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Vol. i. No. 317.
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Health and Strength
I1Y THE USE OK
Mrs. M. A. dimming, of YarraTllle,
Victorin, Aitetralln, Snji
"About a year ngo, I had a sovcro
attack of Influenza, which loft mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or Interest in life. Obtaining
little or no rolief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recom
mended to me, I finally tried Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and from that time,
began to gain health and strength,
I continued tho treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
great pleasuro in telling my friend3
of tho merits of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
and tho happy results of its use. I
consider it tho best blood-purifier
Cold Medals at the World's Chlel Expositions.
AYPR'Q PIIIQ 'or Constipation
Hltn 0 rlLLO and Blllousnoss.
Sugar-Coatod, Mild but Effoctlvo
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Itopublio of Hawaii.
Imports ro'f-Champagne In
to the United States,
FROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE lsT,1895,
O H Mumm & Co.' a extra
Potmnory & Grono 11,798
Moet & Abandon .'. 9,608
Hoidsicok & Co.,' (dry
Monopolo) ... 7.601
Louis Roederer 3,438
Perrior Jouot 8.286
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. Marconux '334
Krug& Co 270
Ohua. Hoidfliook 356
Various .' 6,419
i Total -.81,859
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
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Bolo Agonta for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
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LATuST FOREIGN NEWS.
IMlOSIl.T OH IIOMK HULK II EI ft U
Vr. l lrclilent Clevcltuiifjbverrld
ilcu-CamfMete IlndKet I ro m 5ft"
t Owing to J"ho defective appeal
Byetom of California it is not like-
II? Hi r 4 lltHHAtil HiMl 1 . 1 .1
'""i wiuiiiui win uo oxcouiea
Tho battleship Orogon raado
16.78 knots in liar four hours'
trial, and a bounty of 8176,000
will go to her builders, tho Union
Iron Works of San Francisco.
There is an opon revolt of gold
Democrats in Illinois.
Tho Daily Amorican "Wheel
man just started in New York is
the first cycling daily pnpor ever
published in llio Jinglish langu
age Ex Senator William A. Wallaco
of Pennsylvania, an able states
man, is dead in tho C9th year of
Anothor million in gold was to
bo shipped to Europe from Now
York on Friday. Tho treasury
cold reserve that dav wnn iilmvn
Representative Hepburn, in a
speech in Congress, said that tho
river and harbor bill had henn
passed by a brutal majority with
out uetmto, anil no made tho as
portion that not a section of the
bill had ever boon rend in tlm
Houso. Not in the history of tho
country had been known such
villainous legislation. Soveuty
fivo millions carried in a bill, not
a paragraph of which was ever
read for consideration. After
such a procedure the gentlemen
now had tho assurance to aek its
opponent to point out its multi
It is believed that a flood of U.
S. counterfeit half dollars, which
lately appeared in San Francisco,
wnstho product of Chinese mint
ors in Chino, carried into this
country in bolts around the waists
of Ohineso actors for the Atlanta
Exposition. Tho spurious charac
ter of the coins could only ho de
tected under a Btrong magnifying
Governor Budd of California
offers $1000 reward for tho arrost
and conviction of Joseph Blnnther
for tho murder of Mrs. Philopona
Langfold of San Francisco on
A dozen indictments havo beon
returned against citizous of As
toria. Oregon, for smuggling
Chineso into tho country.
Thp fifth whalo of tho season
has beon captured at Montoroy
bay, Southorn California, and tho
business is declarod to bo profit
able. Senator Mitchell will push a
voto on tho favorablo roport of tho
committee on elections, made two
months ago, on tho bill for a con
stitutional amendment to havo
United States Sonators elected by
diroct voto of tho pooplo.
Tho Sonate has docided by a
voto of 34 to 20, against obstruc
tion tactics, to take up Butler's
bill to prohibit tho issue of bonds.
A voto on tho bill was oxpoctod to
tako placo on Monday. Senator
Shorman called tho measure tho
act of a dishonest bankrupt.
It is said President Cleveland is
thinking seriously of Bonding an
othor financial message to Con
gress, or of announcing anothor
bond issue in his message vetoing
tho river aud harbor bill.
Sarah Bernhardt engaged for
her company, bofoio returning to
Europo, Miss Ray Rookmnn, a
young Amorican actress of Oali
Tho Lord Mayor of London,
England, has becomo tho owner
for 25,000 of a group of mines in
tho Ibex mining district, Califor
nia. Roports from various parts of
Missouri indicate that army
worms nro moro numorous and
moro destructive than for years.
In some localities tho worms havo
dovourod all tho growing grain.
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Tho bill to pension Francis E.
Hoovor of Ohio was passed by the
Houso ovor tho President's voto
by a voto of 196 to 47.
Tho fortification bill, which
passed, tho Senate, appropriated
tho liberal sum of $10,768,888.
Three days balloting hasfailed
to elect a Senator in Louisiana.
Another bomb has beon explod
ed in Madrid near IhoTnalaco.
John Dillon nndfonr other"
members wore rUflpentuxlJoK.oUi
ouuutiuu iii uiu Tiuuau ol com
mons at tho closing session of
Tho woman Dyer, who has heenf
on tuai on tuo charge of murder
ing numerous infants entrusted to
her care, has boon soutenced to
death in Loudon.
John Redmond, leader of tho
Parnollitto faction of tho Irish
party, writes to tlio Independent
accusing tho Dillonites of trying
to wreck tho Irish fund bill by
helping tho Liberals to obstruct
tho English bills, which tho Gov
ernment is determined to pass bo-
toro tno land bill. Tlie latter, ho
says, requires amendment, but it
is an important measure for Ire
land. After a continuous and at times
Btormy session of nearly twenty
four hours, tho Houso of Com
mons adjourned on tho 22ud iust.
until Juno 1st. Tho deadlock was
over the agricultural rating bill,
providing the reduction of rates
on agricultural land, which final
A dispatch from Moscow says
the French alliance is strongly
deprecated by the lower class and
even by tho onlightened official
classes, who havo easily discover
ed that there is no doptli of sin
cerity in tho professed fellowship.
It is added that the time is pro
bably not far distant whou Russia
will bo in a position to disregard
all Wostorn European alliances.
In tho regatta of tho Royal
Thames Yacht Club tho ynohts
Britannia, Satauita and Ailsa
crossed tho winning line in tho
order hero given. Tho raco for
twenty-raters was sailed by How
ard Gould's Niagara and Charles
D. Rose's Penitont, which was
specially built to raco against tho
Niagara. Mr. Gould's boat won
by 59 seconds. Tho courso was
around tho Westoaze, a distance
of forty-fivo miles.
Thq fuueral of Arohduko
Charles Louis, brothor of Emper
or Francis Josoph and heir pre
sumptive to tho throne of Austro
Hungary, who died May 19th,
took place at Vienna on tho 22nd.
Considerable oxcitomont hnB
boen caused at Havro by tho
action of tho Amorican Consul in
preventing the shipment of a
cargo of cattlo destined for tho
United States. Tho action is part
ly in retaliation for tho wnrf aro on
American livo stock waged in
Germany and Franco, and besides
Amorican officials hold that
pleuro-pnoumonia and foot and
mouth disonBO aro prevalent in
Mmo. Clara Schumann, nee
Wiook, tho pianist, and vidow of
Robort Schumann, the composer,
is dead, aged 77 years. Mine.
Schumann was "tho uncrowned
queen of pianists," to quote tho
words of Hans von Bulow. She
was not merely tho widow of tho
man who wrote "Trauinorol," nor
was she merely his wife. Ouo
might say truly that sho was his
artistic oreator. Had it not boon
for Clara Wieck tho world would
never havo hoard of Robert Schu
mann. MAQNiriOKNT l'AdKANTJlY.
A largo representation of tho
United States, consisting of army
nnd navy officers and Iioadod by
Minister Breokiuridgo, has boon
received at Moscow for tho coro
nation coromonies. Tho official
ontry of tho Czar into tho city
was attended by a pngonnt of in
describable splendor. Sir Edwin
Arnold, in his nowspaper corres
pondence, bogins with tho romark,
"Why cannot ono write in colors?"
adding, "Thoro was never any
thing soon on any stago like tho
liviug kaleidoscope of fanciful at
tire, of fantastic hues and em
FBI DAY, MAY 29, 1896.
bellishments visible around mo,
particularly in the Oriental
element aud all tho Far Eastern
nations." After describing Ori
ental sections of tho procession,
SirLduin says, "But Uioro and
other parts of the pugi.au palled
before the grand muster of
coromonios. borne haughtilv on
wardj in Buc.h a golden chariot as
Mhought existed onlv in hoaven
orolassical pictures, " holding a
wand of uold. tonuwl will, mi
,omrald as big as a walnut "
ows has beon received in Now
York of the safe arrival in Cuba
u IV Laurmhi expedition. Tho
landing was effected on Tuesday
nigm. on tho northern coast, bo
twedn Madrid aud Cabanas. Tho
expedition was commanded by
General Juan Femnndez Ruiz,
ono f tho votorauB of tho ten
years' war. and consisted of 97
men, 750 rifles, 880.000 cartridges,
n printing pnw, dynamite, elect
ric batteries ami drugs and s irgi
It is believed that the Hhuimnr
Berunula, which loft Jacksonvil'o
several weeks ano with men. arms
and ammuuitioni for tho Cuban
patriots, has succeedo.1 in landing
onvtho southern coast thirty-six
men and all her cargo, consisting
of 390 rifles, 415,000 catridges,
1200 pounds of dynamito and a
Hotchkiss gun. Tho Bermuda,
accdrding tp instructions, was to
havo landed at another point, but
she, encountered two or throe
Spanish crnisors nnd thoioforo
hadfto change her plans.
The schooner Three Friends,
heavily laden with arms and am
munition and having a number of
fighting cigar-makers ready to
take tho field, has1 beon proven ted
from leaving Florida by tho Unit
ed States authorities.
A specinl to tho Now York
World from Madrid says: In
consequence of representations
mado-bythe American Govern
ment tliobpaniBli Cabinet will try
to induce Caplaiu-GtujeralWoyler
to reconsider his prohibition o
the exports of loaf tobacco to for
eign countries. Tho edict has
been welcomed in Spain nnd Ha
vana as a clover blow dealt at tho
people who aro considered to bo
the chief nbettors of tho insur
rection Cuban cigar-makers in
Florida and othor parts of tho
General Woylor has rccoived
an important dispatch from tho
Spanish Ministry upon a radical
chango in his military policy and
tho immediate inauguration of
moro humano measures.
Indications point to an increase
of tho influonco of Martinez Cam-
Eos at Madrid. A lettor from
im to a personal friond Bays ho
hoped to return to Cuba in Oct
ober with full powers to inaugur
ate tho long-promised autonomist
Tho Spanish Government is
3uito satisfied with tho friendly
isposition shown all through by
President Cleveland, Secretary
Olnoy and othor Fodoral author
ities, and especially with the fair,
amicablo tone adopted in tho re
presentations mado about tho
Insurgents nro whacking tho
Turks right and loft on tho island
of .Croto. Turkish inhabitants aro
flooing in panic.
News has boon rccoived from
"Valparaiso that on tho initiativo
of Ohjlo it has boen decided to
establish between Brazil, Chilo
and Argoutinn n commercial
ngreomont applying the principlos
of tho Mouroo doctrine to South
Ex-President Cacoras has tele
graphed Presidont Pierola, offer
ing his own and his party's ser
vices to repress tho insurrection
ary movemont in tho Loroto dis
trict of Peru.
Professors Cox and Callondar of
McGill University, Moutroal, havo
discovered that tho X rays nro
susceptible to magnetic influences.
Tho aiscovory is important and
disproves Professor Roohtgou's
theories of his own discovery of
Continued on 4th Pane,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
tiii: atiiiirouwA iriMc hill
PASSKH TIIIKI) IIKADlNfl.
Ncnntor Ilrcniioliler the Hill to Itren-
Inle the 1'mcllcn or Medicine mill
I'nm It Homo I'roccctliituM.
Eighty-Seventh Day, May 29tii.
. THE SENATE.
After tho usual preliminaries
tho Sonato this morniua an
swers woro received from tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs to
questions propounded by Senator
Holstoin, as follows:
Question 1. Does tho Execu
tive contemplate amending, tho
Tariff Act of 1892, in rolatiou'to'
u lucruusu oi uuiy on winps or
fermented drinks, whereby sako
would havo to pay a heavier duty?
Question 2. If bo. would the
proposed nmondnient be brought
hi this session? Answored by
tho answer to question ouo.
Question 8. Would yon fur
xUh tho Senate with copies of tho
treaty between Hawaii and Japan?
Copies of tho treaty havo been
distributed among tho Senators.
Quostion 4. Aro thoro any
provisions in tho paid treaty which
prohibit this government from
increasing duties on sako. An
BVor: Tho treaty provides that
tho Bamo privileges bo granted to
tho citizens of Japan as aro
gaanted to citizous or subjects of
other nations; that thoy shall pay
at all times such duties and taxos
as may bo exacted from citizous
or subjects of other nations.
Thoro is nothing to prohibit tho
passing of a law increasing tho
duty on sake, provided that it bo
a goueraUvw affecting all liquor
of a similar character; but a law
which should single out sako
nnd discriminate against that
liquor would not bo in conformity
with tho provisions of tho treaty.
In answor to tho quostioiiB pro
pounded by Senator Watorhouso
yostorday as to claims against tho
Hawaiian govornmont by those
imprisonod( during tho lato revo
lution Minister Cooper replies:
"To auswer tho questions pro
pounded by Senator Watorhouso
on tllo28th instant, would require
tho discussion of subjects now
under consideration by the De
partment, for which reason I beg
to bo allowed to declino to answer
tho questions propounded."
Tho usual communication from
tho House relating to tho pro
gress of legislation was received.
Senator Homer from tho Mis
cellaneous Committeo roported
favorably on tho wido tiro bill,
but favor tho extending of tho
limit of timo to 1903 instsad of
Senator Baldwin, under sus
pension ot tlie rules, roported
verbally ou Sonato Bill 26, rolat
ting to Hawaiian mado wines.
Sonator McCaudLss presented
a majority roport favoring tho In
come Tax bill, and recommend
ing that it pasB.
Posidont Wildor docided that
tho motion of Sonator Rico yos
torday to reconsider tho voto on
tho bill to regnlato tho praotioo of
modicino waB in order, and upon
being put tho motion carried.
Tho bill was thon put again on
its final paasago and passed by a
voto of 10 to 2, Sonators Holstoin
nnd Watorhouso voting no.
Tho bill to croato a Department
of Public Instruction was road tho
third timo and passed.
Sonato Bill 48, rolating to Cali
fornia wines, was next taken up
on third reading and passed by a
voto of 10 to 2, Sonators Wator
houso and Lymau voting no.
Sonator Lymau from tho Joint
Conforonco Comniittoo on tho In
ternal Tax Bill presented tho re
port of that committeo ou tho
nmondmonts agreod on and tho
roport was adopted.
Senator Watorhouso from tho
Joint Conforonco Committeo on
tho Licenso Bill reported tho ro-
PiucB 5 Cents.
Bult of thoir labors by which
every Houso amondmont but ono
wns agreed to.
Senator McCandleBH said ho
never heard of such a roport. Not
a singlo item recommended by the
Sonato had been adopted by the
committeo. It looked like a com
nloto Surrender nf tho ftnnnin
! tho Houso. Ho was willing to
f nii .. .1 il 1...A . II ..
mu nun uiku out in mis case it
was all give. Ho would mo7
that tho report be not adopted.
MiniBtor Damon said the
license interested were of auch
small importance as not to materi
al Jy affect tho roveiiuo to bo ob
tained. Senator Waterhouso said it was
a com promise It is truo the
Houso got nearly everything in
this bilibut ou the othor hand
tho Sonnto got thoir amendments
auoptea ou tuo conforonco on the
Internal Taxes Bill.
Sonator Brown thought the
Sonato should have received morrf1
consideration but as tho matttir''
was of such slight moment ho;
would innko no objections.
Senator MoOaudloss withdrew
his motion and tho roport was.,
A communication was received
from tho -Houso nt this juncture,
in which tho Btatomont was made
that the Houso had concurred in
tho reports of the Conference
Committeo on both tho License
nnd Internal Taxos bill.
A communication was received
from tho Executive in relation to
tho reservation of land for govern
ment purposes nt Hilo and enclos
ing n substitute bill for tho one
now beforo tho Sonato. Tho bill
reserves tho watorfront in tho
vicinity of the AVninkea river and
also Cocoanut Island for govern
ment purposos. On motiou tho
bill was road tho first timo and
referred to tho Printing Commit
too. Sonato Bill 26, rolating to tho
manufucturo and storago of Ha
waiian wines, wns taken up on
second reading. Tho bill nllowu
tho maker to send his wino to the
nearest custom house instead of
to tho ouo at Honoluluw exclu
sively. A motion to indefinitely post
pono section ono was lost and tho
bill passed with two minor amond
mouts, nnd was mado tho special
ordor for tomor'ow.
Recess to 1:30 p. m.
Eighty-Seventh Day, May 29rn.
HOUSE Ol' nEPBESENTATIVES.
Iu the Houso this morning tho
following communication was
road from Dr. J. S. McGrow,
ngaiiiBt tho objection of Rop.
To J. N. K. Keala: Sir I beg
to acknowlodgo tho receipt of
your communication dated May
26th, togothor with tho roport of
tho Houso Committeo on Public
Health. Ab president of tho Me
dical Association of Hawaii and
of tho Exocutivo Committeo of
tho saruo and as chairman of the
meeting when tho medical foo bill
reforrou to was passed, I may as
sure tho Honorable Houso of
Representatives through you that
thoro is not tho slightest cnuso of
So long as the modicnl profes
sion is not placed upon tho snmo
footing with tho vendor of ar
ticles of every description,'
thoro need bo no foar
by tho Houornblo Logis-
laturo that tho .mombers of tho
Medical Association will bo exor
bitant iu thoir charges, nnd that
thoroforo thoro will bo no causo
for nny body of men, oven tho
Hounrablo Legislature, to stop iu
botweou tho mombers of tho
Medical Absooiatiou and their
Thoro is not tho slightest dnn-
for that tho profession on these
slauds will degenerate into n
moat, tolophono, steamship, well
boring or othor monopoly. As a
class thoy aro educated mon of
good character who know too woll
their humanitarian vocation, their
professional rights as well as
their duties and obligations to tho
pooplo to whom tboy havo never
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