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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBEli 21, 1898.
PltlOB 5 Gents
gTV. No. 1098.
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We have them, and
upon arrival of;the '
on the 21st. : : : :
' Australia," due
HERE'S THE LIST :
Rosy Cheeked Apples,
Cape Cod Cranberries,
Fancy R.iKlns (new crop),
Nuts of All Kinds,
Sweet Apple Cider, In barrels,
Froen Oysters, and
pure cream candies in end
LESS VARIETY; Townsend's Glace
Fruits In fancy cartons ; "Snapper" Bon
Rons with valuable prizes for the children;
and colored Xmas Candles, with holders.
We are making the finest stora display
ever seen In Honolulu, and propose to make
our WINDOW DISPLAY THE TALK
OF THE TOWN. DON'T MISS IT.
OPBN THIS, AND EVERY
EVENING UNTIL AFTER
CHRISTMAS : : : : :
HAWAII IS BEFORE CONGRESS
Report and Bills of tlie Commission
Presented by the President.
Unanimous Except for Mr, Dole's Request for Retention
of Advisors Liberal on Matters of Citizenship,
Washington, Docembor G. Tbo
first portion of tbo Hawaiian Gorn
mission'B report, which wib Bout to
Congress today, is mainly descrip
tive of tbo Hawaiian islands, tbo in
habitants, tbo existing institutions,
tbo public domain, production, cli
mate, harbor and shipping facili
ties, nud various conditions of gen
eral interest. Tho remaining por
tion ib mainly devoted to tbo dis
cussion of tbe legislation proposed
by tho Commission, giving in tho
appendix tbo various reports of sub
committees aud copies of tho bills
Throe bills are formulated for tho
considerotion of Congress. Tho first
and principal ono outlines a gen
oral plan of government and tho
other two deal with subordinate
questions. Of tho main bill tho
Commissioners express tbo opinion
that it will provo to bo "such n
measuro for tbo govornmont of tho
Hawaiian islands as will beet pro
mote tho intoroats of their poople
at tho same timo that it promotos
tho interests aud maintains tho sov
ereignty of tho peoplo of tho Unit
It provides for tho creation of
tho islands into a territory of the
United States, to be stylod tbo
Territory of Hawaii. Tbo bill
contains provisions for tbo gov
ernment of tho torritory, giving it
executive, legislative and judicial
ofScors. A Governor, Secretary of
tho Territory, a Unitod Statoa Dis
trict .Tiidce. a United States Dis
trict Attorney and a United StateB
Marshal aro to bo appointed by tho
President, and nu iutornal rovonuo
district and a customs district are
croated. Tbo offices of President,
Ministers of Foroign Affairs,
Finance, Publio Instruction, Au
ditor General, Deputy Auditor
Gonoral, Survoyor Gonoral and
Marshal aro abolished. Tbo offi
cers of tbo torritory undor the
new regimo aro an Attorney Gon
oral, with similar powers and
duties as now possoBsod by the
Attornoy General of the Republic
of Hawaii, with a few exceptions;
a Treasurer, with similar powers
and dutitb to tho present Minibtor
of Financo, and hIho those of tho
Minister of tbo lutonor; a Super
intendent of Publio Works, a
Superintendent of P.ubliu Instruc
tion, an Auditor and a Deputy
Auditor, a Survoyor, with tbe
powerd and duties oi a Survoyor
General, and a chief Sheriff to
succeed t iho duties nf Marshal
of dio h' n'dic, id 4 in) appoint
ed by the- Governor.
Piobnbjy tbo most important
portion of tho bill is section 4, do
lining citizonship, which provides
Unit "all whito porsons, including
Portuguese ana persons of Afri
can descent and all porsons de
scending from tho Hawaiian race
on oithor tho paternal or maternal
side, who wero citizons of tho lte
publio of Hawaii immediately
prior to tho transfer of sovereign
ty thereof to tho United States,
Royal mike the food pure,
wbolciome and dallclaaa.
ROVAl BAktNO POWDCR rO hrWYOflK.
aro horoby declared to bo citizens
of tho United States."
Provision is mado for a Legis
lature, to consist of two houses
a Sonato,to consist of fifteen mem
bors, as at presont, and a Houso of
RepresentativoB, consisting of
thirty members, double tho mem
bership of tho House under tho
Hawaiian republic Tbo mem.
bnrs aro to bo olected ot a gonoral
oloction to bo bold on the Tuesday
oftor tho first Monday in Novem
ber, 1899,- and bionnially there
after. Tho Supromo Court is to
bo tho solo judgo of tho logality of
election to a seat in oither house
in caBO of contest.
Thore is also a provision that
no persons who, having boon on
titled to qualify and voto prior to
October, 1897, and since July 1891,
failed to registor as such votor,
Bhall havo n voto unless ho shall
tnko an oath to support tho Con
stitution ot tho United StateB.
Tho sossions of tho Logislnturo
nroj limited to sixty days in dura
tion and oach mombor i? allowed
$100 ob salary and 10 cents a milo
for traveling expenses.
A Senator is required to bo a
malo c tizon of tho Unitod States,
30 yoars of ago, to havo resided in
tho territory threo years, and bn
tho owner in his own right of
$2000 worth of property, or to
havo during tho preceding year
received $1000 income. Repre
sentatives must bo 25 yearn old,
malo citizens, must bavo lived
threo years' in Hawaii, aud must
own property or havo an incomo
of $250 a year.
Voters for Boprosoutativo aro
requirod to bo malo citi
zons, 21 years old, and of
ono yoar's residonoo in the terri
tory; to havo registorcd, to havo
paid all taxes duo tbo Government
and to bo ablo to "undorstanding
ly speak, road and writo tho Eng
lish or Hawniian language."
To bo qualified to voto for Sen
ators a porson must possess all
the qualifications and bo subject
to all tho conditions required of
voters tor itepresoutativesy and in
addition own in his own right real
proporty worth $1000, upon which
valuation legal taxes shall have
beou paid for tho year prccoding
that in which ho offers to registor,
or shall have actually rocoived a
money mcoiiin of not Iohs than
$(500 during tho provious year.
Tho bill nlso provides for tho
olection of a Delegate to tho
Houso nf Representatives in Cou
groBB by tbo voters qualified to
voto for ItopresentiitivoH in tho
Legislature, this Delegate to pos
sess tho Bamo powers and privi
leges now acoordod to other Dele
gates in Congress.
Tho Governor is to appoint a
Chiof Juatico and two Associate
Justicos of the Supromo Court,
tho Judges of the Circuit Court,
tho mombora nf tho Hoard of
Health, CommidsionorB of Publio
Instruction, Prison Inspectors,
boards of registration, inspootors
of oloction and other publio boards
that may bo created by law, and
all officors whoso salaries exceed
$2000 per annum.
Other provisions of tho bill aro
as follows: Tho Governor is to
poBsesB tho voto powor, but his
voto may bo overridden by a two
thirds voto of both houses, of tbo
Foroign goods and articles im
ported into tho islands after July
7, 1898, aro, it aftorward brought
into tho United Statos, to pay tho
sarao duties charged upon liko
nrtioles whoti imported from any
foreign country. Tho existing
lawB of Hawaii not inconsistent
with tho Constitution and tho laws
of tho United States or this not,
Continued on Page 1.
FIFTEEN CHINESE RETURN
Fifteen of tho fifty-ono Chinese
who came in tho China for Hono
lulu, continuod to San Francisco
on that stoamor last night. Thoy
will bo returned to China.
After Mr. Girvin's examination,
Messrs. J. K. Brown, McStockor
nod Girviu wont aboard for fur
ther examination. They took a
tablo on dock at about midshipB
and startod in. Yutu Chong, tho
ono OhiueBO cabin passonnor, was
allowed ashoro immediately. Tho
ten JapnnuBO and two Corenns
wero thon passed.
Eleven Ohinoso from the otoor
ago wero passed and put on the
scow. JuatattbiB juncture, Act
ing Marshal Hitchcock appeared
aboard with a warrant signed by
Chief Justico Judd. Thero wero
four polico officors with him.
Examination operations wore
suspended and Mr. Hitchcock pro
ceouod to pick out tho twenty
Ohinamon whoso names woro
montioued in tho warrant of
arrqst. Only twolvo could bo
found. Tboso woro taken to tho
J. lie work of tbo Limora Houeo
was continued. Mr. McStocker
did not fiuish until aftor 8 o'clock
in tho night. Two moro China
men aud a Chineso woman in tbo
European steerage, woro passed
by Mr. McStockor just beforo the
sailing of tho China.
(ii:m:u.i. m:vs notuh.
Tho transport Nowporfc has
, Tho cruisor Duffalo
started for Manila.
Gonoral Brooko has been
pointed governor of Cuba.
Horo Hobson is booked to go to
Manila via San Francisco.
Mr. Diugloy says that there will
bo no reduction in tho war tariff.
Tbo Aator battery and Tonth
Pennsylvania havo been ordorod
Two thousand mon aro reported
on tho sick list among Manilr.
Tbo Cuban general Calixto
Garcia died in Waahincton,
Ex-Presidont Grovor Olovoland
gives out an intorviow against ex
pansion. Tho transport Puobla has readi
ed Mauila. No deaths and little
An Auckland dispatch of Doc 8
says TamaBOso may bo proclaimed
King or oainoa.
Tho report that Socrotarv Bliss
intonds to resign lacks confirma
tion at Washington.
J. A. Goodman gonoral pasaong
er agont for tho Southorn Pacific
is coming to Honolulu.
Col. W. J. Bryan has rosiguod
from tho ormy and comeB out
strong ngninst imperialism.
Anotlior mossago purporting to
bo from Androo Bays hia balloon
has crossed tho Ural mountains.
Washington authorities dony
mat tuo United States contem
plates withdrawing from Samoa.
Charlea W. Miller of Chicaco
haa won tho six day bicyclo raco
in Now York, llecord 2.007.1
Tbo battleship Massachusetts
has been very seriously damaced
by striking a sunken roof off Gov
ornor Island, N. Y.
O. P. Huntington denies that
tho Pacific Mail Company wants
moro mail contracts or desires to
seouro American registry for
othor vessols of tho fleet.
!nnl I.itwa for llmvull.
Washington, December 13.-
ItoproBontativo MoRao of Ark
ansas today introduced a bill ex
tending tho publio land laws to
tho ialands of Hawaii, subject to
such regulations as may bo mado
by tho Secretary of tho Iuterior.
It empowers tho Presidont to
establish or discontinuo ono or
moro land districts iu Hawaii and
to rogulnto tho boundary thoroof.
Ho is also authorizod to appoint,
with tho consout of tho Sona'to,
proper officors for each district.
MANY COMPLICATIONS AHEAD
Washington, DecomborG. That
thero will uo a lively battlo over
Hawaiian legislation was fore
shadowed today. Senator Vest's
resolution declaring that tbo
United States cannot annex terri
tory other than with a viow to
ultimato statehood was tantamount
to a declaration that party lines
cannot bo drawn in tho battlo in
support of the policy of President
MoKinlev. Thore are Republican
mombora of tho Sonato who will
opposo making Hawaii a territory.
as tboy aro opposed to an island
stato, and Vost's position indicates
that hia following will lino up
with tho Administration.
Another feature of tho compli
cations was tho introduction of a
bill in tho Houso by Payno of
Now York providing for tho ox
tension of tho customs and navi
gation laws of the United Statos
ovor tho Hawaiiau islands. It is
understood that this notion was
tokon in viow of the fact that tho
fight over tho gonoral Hawaiian
territorial bill may bo prolonged,
and with tho idea nf scouring at
onco to tho Amoriean morchaut
marino all tbo advantages of trade
botweon tbo Pacific Coast and tbo
islands. This is nt tho only
separate measuro which is proba
ble. Senator Perkins is determined
that very speedily legislation shall
UO Uail lOUKlUg id uio vmuiisiuu oi,
tho American conlraeUlabor and
exclusion laws ovor the islands,
and may at once introduco bills
which will put tboso statutes in
oporation in Hawaii without refer-
onco to tho passiao of tbo general
Jullrn llayns Run Down.
Now York, Docornbor 9. It ia
alleged that Lawyer James D.
Hal Ion, who ia on trial for de
frauding Floreuco A. Caldwell, a
client, out of $10,000, ia Julian D.
Hayne, forraorly of San Francisco
and Honolulu, and additional
charges may bo mado against him.
Mrs. J. D. Hayno aud hor son,
Albert Bush, of Oaago, la., arriv
ed horo today and claimed to ro
cognizo tho prisoner to bo their
former husband and stop-fatbor.
Mrs. Hayno, who inhoritod $50,
000 in 1893, says she married
Hayno when tho luttor was editing
a Royalist papor in Honolulu.
Hayno left that city, aud at San
Francisco, in 1895, induced his
wife to givo him $25,000, with
which ho ilod. Mrs. Hayno and
Bush say that liny no or Uallou
had a wifo in Mexico, that thoy
will prosocuto him for fraud aud
VAI.UAIIM: ItKAL ISHTATK.
It ti Using Ituiililly Holil liy Jumrs F.
Morgan is soiling
valuable real estate
has placed on
H. E. Waity has purchasod lot
5 of tho Judd Punahou lots and
O. J. McCarthy boa purchased
Bickorton lot corner of Borotania
and Piikoi streots. See Morgan's
Land Sales, pago 8.
ror Chief Jualloe of Hawaii.
Salt Lake, Doc. 9. Chief Jus
tico Zano of Utah, who was de
feated for a Becoud term at tho re
cent Stato election, ia an aspirant
for tho Chiof Justiceship in Ha
waii, in tho ovent of tho islands
being mado a Torritory, and it is
beiioved hero that ho has boon
promised tho placo through Sena
tor Oullom, chairman of tho Ha
waiian Commission, and a life
long friond of Judge Zano.
Turkey for Chrlitmaa,
D. G. OamarinoB has received
on tho steamer Australia a big in
voico of Turkeys, Frosh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozon Oysters (tin and
shell), Apples, Grapes, Figs,
mons, Puro Olivo Oil,
Fruit, otc, otc.
London, Deo. 14. William
Vornon Harcourt, Liboral leader
in tho House of Common, has re
signed tho leadership.
Rlorganized Church of jusus
CHRIST holds meetings as follows In
Mllllani Hall, rear of Opera House: Sunday
to a. m. Bible class; 1 1 a. m. preaching In
Hawaiian; 6:30 p. m. preaching Hawaiian;
7:30 P. m. preaching in English j Wednes
day 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting.
MOVEMENT OF TROOPS
San Francisco, Dec. 11. That
portion of tbo New York Regjmout
now in camp at tho Presidio will
leavo for homo nt-xt Thursday
morning. Tbo companies hro
aro A, B, D, I and L, tho remain
ing number being en routo from
Honolulu, and expected to arrive
A press dispitch from Wash
ington, D. G, states that tbo
Fourth aud Seventeenth flepulnr
nfauuy will sail from New York
ia tho Suez Caual for Manila
ibout .Tnnuarv t. wliilo the Thin?.
Twontioth and Twenty becoud will
pail from San Francisco. If this
is tho caso tho California volun
teers will not bo back until April.
It is not probnblo that should
the Scandia bo sent out ns soon hs
pbssiblo after her arrivnl hero
that flbo could bo put iu shapo for
tho long jouruoy beforo tho latter
portion ot January. So it is rea
sonable supposo that no troop
ships will sail from Sin Francisco
within a month at tho very least'
PIlKSinnXT DOMC'S DIH'AUTriti:.
President Dolo Iibb received a
letter from Justico Froar. his col
lenguo on tbo Hawaiian Comuiia
siau nt WaBbiuglou. Tho letter
says tho membors of the Commia
aion present hnd consulted on tho
matter, deciding that it was yet too
early to advise Mr. Dolo when ho
should go to Waahington.
There woa a general impression
at Washington, tho letter stated,
tiat tbo Hawaiiau matter wo ono
of tbo items of business which
should bo disposed ,of at tin's
Furthor ndvicea may bo received
by tbo Peking's mail which will
enablo a decision to bo reached as
to tho timo of tho President's do
parturo. Nu Scnrrlly r Turkrya fur -iiint.
Tho' Metropolitan Moat Co. will
rocbivo by tho Miowora, from
AViunopeg, a largo consignment
of turkoys, geoae, chiokeus and
Also by S. S. Australia from
California, a consignment of Cali
fornia turkeys and wild game.
Also havo Hawaiian turkeys,
both droBBod and alivo, for salo at
Tho opium Bchnoncr Labrador
will bo sold by ogder of tho Cour
on tho 14th day January, 1899.
Dr. Willium Levi Mooro of
Hilo and Miss Nellio Mooro
Lowroy of Honolulu wero married
at iuo rosmonca 01 mo uruios
brother, F. J. Lowrey, yesterday
evening. Bev. "W. M. Kmcaid
Do you think Camarino? is
sleeping tboso days ? Well, hard
ly. Ho boliovos in New Honolulu.
Turkeys ? Well, woll, well I
From tho wheat fields ot Califor
nia gobbling with full crawa.
Plump, juicy birdH. llinghimup
and Becuro n bird fit for a king
and mako merrv your Christmas.
Highest Honors World's Fnlf r
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream ol Tartar Powder.
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