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RNT.NlNfl lltll.t.KTIN. HONOLULU It T WfWNIMIUY M.MI II 1101-
fabllthed 1 Ivory Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Btrcet, Honolulu,
T. of II by the
SULLKTIN PUIll.iaillNO COMVANY
WALI.ACUK KAHIUXOTON ..lMltor
Eutercil at the Ton Office at Hono
lulu an Bccond clnns matter
Per month, nnyuherc In U. S. ..I .75
ttr year 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13 00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Pot ODlcc Hox 718
MUtCII II lufll.
Country mcinberii are Retting In di
matulx for their innMltuent at a rnto
that Kuaranteen no imp run sn th y
didn't get nn thing foi falling to nsl
TnMng theKe first reiiueits n a b.ui'
It would llidlrntp th.it Hawaii mill baa
a champagne appetite though UhIIii
coine has been reduied to a beei Mau
ilard. The Itepiihllran clt charter accepted
last night Is worth a (ompllmentar
vote to the committee in (barge of th
draft and particular!) to Attormy
Stewart who lim been a leading fact, '
In doing the Initial hard work of pre
paring the outline us a basis for fur
ther suggestion. How much this means
Is known nnl to those who bae taken
time from prltntc business for thank
Today should brlnir n fe.ist nf
uews to follow a long famine If
It cornea at nn time before mid
night the Advertiser maj be ti list
ed to glo the full bmefii of It to
the rejdlng publlt bright and early
on the following nioinlng Adver
tiser. What does this mean another poster
narked "evtrn ' on the stieet forty
Ivo minutes, late?
The local Chlnete foiisiil does noi
nlso himself or his naKin in the is
eem of Intelligent citizens In ..de
tain attempts to discredit 01 i.iNicpie
ont the Reformers 01 ilnlr lead m
riiough the How Wongs inn line
ome renegades In tbeli i auks H . oh
eets tbe seek to gain nie so fur nhn
he standards of the pieent t'blnese
eglmn that criticism from any fol
awer of the Hmpress tlowngir In -omen
a first class rc-ommendatlo.i.
f the refoi m leaders mat hex lasgid as
loxers. they nre In tin sime boat as
he ruling pown nf China .mil their
Istliut aihantugi . Hun hi sivk
i adopt clt Hire it" tin I i ithei tlnn
irnlng their Ikm1' in In 'In ev
ulsion of illl' 'no mil iiiunlei ii.
inocent worn n 11 I hilitirn
ECKLEY STANDS UP AS
PROTECTOR OF INSTITUTION,
jfers to Emmeluth's Remarks Ar-
gument All Came Up Over '
Mahoe's Report to Reject
The House met promptly at ! o'do.
day. KukuuU asked for the iiinn
leratlon of the riport of the riupe
tendent of Public Woiks on the
l.irf at Ilookcua, South Koua, 11..-!
Mahoe moed that the nuittei be l-'
red to the Committee ou Public
nils. So ordered.
Unnllko piebcated the following pn
Ion Bluned by twenty-sK oters of
j Republic of Hawaii
'Wo the underulsncd nuilifled otcin
ildlnK In the Third Prulnct of the
rut District of the Island of Haw ill,
rrltory of Hnwull, do humid ask foi
I Immediate consideration and np
nnl of the fnlloAlui; prnjer.
'First. To repeal that senlon nf the
t to segregate where It has referenco
'2. To repeal the vatclnntlon law.
'3. To provide an Ai t for the oilucu
n of native Hawaiian Miuths uliioad.
S. To proldo an Act for the uram-
of licenses to Htiwall.tiM to ni-i. -'
G. To provide an Act that tho 1U-1
Han language be taught In all pub
'he petition ns referred to tho com-
teo ou miscellaneous petitions
lobcrtson presented a petition from
Intcr-Islnnd Steam XnWg.itlnn
l scttlnK forth that tho petit!
. for years been engaRed In the bun
b of transporting frelRht nnd ius
gcrs between the ports of theso Isl
Is nnd now asks relief In tho su.u
$130.25 from the Collector General
Justoms; the sum being paid to cuv-
cxpepses of n to.istlns llreire
..ho Btenmer Kllohnna which was '
'eked prior to the expiration of tho
nse, nt Lahalnii, Maul, Dec 12, lSOO.
& petition was icferrtd to the Ju
(ahoo presented a rtport for tho
cellaneous Petitions Coinnitlteo on
so Hill 20, ns follows:
We beg leave to report that, after a
if ill consideration of tho Inn a now
'orco on desertion nnd, lifter caie
studylng those sections to bo re
ed, your committee has seen fit
. If theso sections pass one of chap
66 of tho Penal Laws nnd chapter
)f the Session Laws of 1890, then
there will itrlse ffioro lUMgreeiurnt be
tween fitislHind and wife bernns of the
nlrttiue of such n law. I
Therefore your eommlttep recom
mend that the sections now In ixl.
enip in refeieuce t" ilw rtlun be left
rh they stand and we beg le.ne to re
commend this rt 2! bo rejected "
There was n lengthy dim osslnn on
the bill during which Kmiiiriiilh sat I
he bellepd In the passage of such
laws that would have "the tendenc) to
Imprnti. home life He refrered to Hit
present system of the Knmebameln
Si hools In educating the children to
hlgbei Ideals and believes In the m
Huge of nu act or nets that would Ini
prove the home life of the merage Ha
Later, he said that moie grndu.it' i
of Knmehnmeha Mhonl were seen -m
police onlcers and hack drliers In Ho
nolulu than In the tegulpr profiwslnur.
lteckle took the door to reph to
I'minelutb's remarks He said h
thimght It was his dut to pi cited the
Interests of the pupils of Kaniehnmeha
school from the nttackn made upon tlmt
Institution bv the member from O-il-.u.
His comparison of the studies taught
there were extravagant and not based
"I was taught In the Knnieh.ime.ia
ithonls." sold Heckle), "and what les-
I sons of economy I may posos were
I obtained In thntl nstltutlnn "
' llnnneluth's remarks created quite
a stir among the members A running de
bite took plain on the proper mode of
pvnicduro In notlifg upon the
the committee ns to wbethci
It lie r-
of orib r I
lei led or adooted Points
, . 1 . ...(....( nn . I... I
were ciiiKii iiiiii mr .1 ie inui.ii.n ,.,.
cxdtement oer the final disposition of
the measure was quite Intense
The ih.ilr brought the matter to n
head hj slating tli.it the only ques
tlnn liefon the House was the adoption
or lejectlon of the committee repott
Eninieltith asked the chnlr to be xcm
ed from voting.
Tli" lepoii was adopted by a xote ."f
lfl nves to "i noes
At about It 3(1 the House took a !
isii until I "n P m
FOR SATURDAY EVENT
Shiiners Will Attend as a Body
and See the Most Elaborate
Feast of the
The niiiniiBcrs of the Maternity lit" v
liimi mi ' toiia) noil completed :u
lanui nn nts 'Ihe plans cue hild f'l
tin hlggest and best liinu (but h:u
been glen la lloniiliilii fin two evi
ll lieglus nevt S.itiinla at I- o'i In. !
noon am' 11 be lontlmied to 10
0.' In .lie eienlng The liwn and
Iannis of the .Mnternlt) Home on Iten
tanln stieet will bo nnaid In fcst.v
yl In. ill tiihli. have been pl.inne 1
to he under the management of the fol
No 1. Prime D.ulil Kiiw.iuiinnkoi
No. 2. Mrs Irene Itiown No 2 Mm
Charles Month and Mis, M Hies. Nd
I, Mis M. lleckle and Mrs r.ipt'iln
Tilpp; No 5. Mis Mima and Mlm
Hush No n. Mis John Coluhrn
The fcnelgn Itimh table will be In
charge of Mis I V. Mncfiirlane and
Mrs S C Allen. uilTee table, Mis W.
I. How els and Mrs. Uich.uds. iau.lv
initio Mlstes Alible and Alice ramp
bell, lie cie.im Mesdames Tuiney.
' Herbert. Noonan and Carmli bar1
' flowei table Miss Mn Damon nnd M's.
P. Ciuter. lemonade. Miss It Nolle unci
Mis "ran. fnnc table. Mrs i: S
Ciuilia and Mis I'leiie .loins. rlhlmiH
'and mitographs. Hir MuJost Queei
I.llluokaI.ini. assisted h Misses Akin s
.and M W'alkci . phs!i Inns' wlM''i
I booth Mis C II Cooper. Mrs. Tai
lor. Mis M:is, Mis Ilnnuond, Mi i I
lioMiuan. Mis Slmlalr, Mis. Ilufi'
ninnn. Mis Modulus j
I The luau will be Mipei Intended by
Miss Lucy Penbody
Dcioi.itlon icinunltti'e Mis A. I'
Clark Mrt.. A. reriiandez, Uriiesl I'll I
I Kxcciitlc tnmnilttee Miss AK'i'S
Milnt)ie Mis .Linus Cnuipbcll Mia
'.). I' Howler. Pi into l)ald Kaw.iuana
The tobies nnd Krounds will lie .Hess-
led In billllant inlors.
The Masons hae initrbascd 3u0 t. !,.
eta foi the visltliit! Shrlncrs Dancing
I w"l be In ordei In the ecnlHK fiom S
Tho Collet tor of Customs is iBsuIni:
copies of the ceitlflcates of the Mcuni
ers Issuid by the luspettois of hulls
nnd boilers when here A bunch M
them was delHertd nt the olllie of tl.o
Inti i -Island Company this moiuiim
and nil! he put In n conspliuous phue
on tho nspectlve steameis. I'rom the
certificates. It appears that the vess"H
hate to have a Bpetlal permit for the
carriage of refined peti oleum. Tho
Makee. Kinuhou. Noeau and Hull lino
theso permits Tho passengers nllowed
to bo carried by the different Intir
Island Co 's steamers are Mlkahala. !"
passengers, 32 In cabin and G3 oir deck
Hall, 117 passengers, 3G In cabin and
81 on deck; Nllhnii, 37 passmgers. 4
In cabin and 33 on deck, Kenuhou, 25
passengers; 4 In cabin and 21 on deck.
111! ii 111
THREE MILE FOOT RACElGr3S5F3"s.SS
A novel race for Honolulu is tjelnl
arranged u the tnemhtii' if th. i m
Itltnii Mhlitle flub to In pulli i' .ut
Satmdn) Apiil i. It is to m a fo,
taie oer n three-mile coursi from the
Moana hotel to the Optra House The
event Is attracting nil the uthlcies fa
muiis for their strength of limb auJ
length of wind
The members of the club are figur
ing on a number of these long ills
tance races. Training for the evert
will begin tomorrow evening.
80.VOMA I'HNDH MUD HANK.
In docking the Sonoma esterdav
Pilot Sauncleis had quite n tussle wlm
the mud bank otT the Oceanic dock.
The big csscl was thing light fcr
ward, being but 1.1 feet deep Aft. hi i
draught was 21 ffot She got oxer the
mud with the assistance of the Tea -less
In leaving last night there w if
no tedious wait to swing the big
gel around as she had been docked bow
out and when her lines were let go die
started right out A big crowd was
nt the wharf to see her awn and dm
took the largest lot of passengers leav
ing here on one steamer for many
rJLl''. or TEN COLLARS.
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VViHIHK IIIIIIIIIIHdA u .t ll- r lii.. i.l.a
C 2 .111.11 irnr i.ihI-m hi.
V I , J villi .11 II. In, r,iir
II S lit ii.l in Orrii.
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HILll.t. in mvt-w fnll Inti.ri.a .1 n h.ll.il ll
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NiURITIC iSV) r" " .'', '.."., ..n rK.niri.iii.
Silva & VivaS
and Financial Agents
nOO Lots in the Kapiol.tni, K.iiu
l.tni, Mtuoon, Kannuki, Ww
Cully, K.ip.ihulu, Kapiol.ini
Park Addition and I'uitnu
Lands in 'I his City, Suburbs, and
Island, in V.aui and Hm.ui,
improved and unimproved
!NESIOUS AM) HO. Ml- SI:I:K
er"! will do well to see us he
fore buying ebewhere.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. II.
M'l 4.IAI.IA I OP CATT1 I . M Al TOW N. I
SILVA .V VIVAS,
l77Vtf I'OST OI I I' I I AM
at Waikiki Beach.
Ra,ft i-or Diving
In good c.tnoes with
A CUISINE WELL
Jp. vp- T F- "l Ta I
Sinow Fl.tke Salmon
Win Camp's Pork'and Be.ins
ITIII:I. RTRi fiT.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oi! Stoves
Mfivinj! ilosi'd out our old stock of the old
patterns, we an now offi ring the latest
Improved Patterns. C.tll and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household nnd Kitchen Utensils
Ihese are NUW GOOUS and the QUAL
ITY and I'KICh will please you.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NfcW liNVuiCbS TO HAND.
A Urye stoJ
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UFbNSILS now being opened up.
J Bethel Street Household Department.
WL HAM. ON LMIIB1TION AT OLK
jMui-chiint St., tiut. Itrt cincJ Aluken.
We invite you t
n-.pt t our U) -
ptwi. il mi Liuiteniplate buying.
Ok i&2JE3LTJJh J 1ST.
Tli is Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to re be ruMic
bit lmp!v to car. i a livns, in
a ltKit.in.it.: u.i. NU motto
Is "HOMST WOUk AT HON
I Have jlloed
my plumbing busuicw to the
lOtVNLN OI HIPLTAMAAM)
IWMAbTs I eltr hone. White
JS71. u litre I ImelnstOkkthe
follow ine kooJs:
enameled iron anJ steel claJ,
with nkkle p'ateJ trlmmlnRs:
alsj wood, Inc lined.
Water Closets, Wasli Out.
ani Svphon, jet tjle.
Sinks of PresseJ Steel, both
galvanleJ and enameled
Li atorles enameled Iron,
and nurble with nicKle plated
Wash Iias, enameled Iron
with wooJ cover.
Slop Sink', enameled Iron.
I lot Water Bol ler and Stands
Water Pile, Faucets and Trim
iiviiks. Galvanized Iron, Gut
1er, Cornices, Store Pipe, I In
lotbliiK Promptly attended to.
Wort, and .Mjleri.il: Guaran
teed. Your r'jJe Is Solicited.
I. las. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
The Life of Queen
John Coulter and J. A. Cooper
ot London nntl Ciinndii.
ROOM ti, MAP.OON BLD.,
I-or a term of years, a piece of land front
ing on South st'eet, and running through
to Chamberlain street, the frontage on
each of sild streets being 140 feet, and
having a depth of ijo feet.
Tills property Is suitable for the erection
of warehouses and stores, For terms, ap
ply to the
KAPIOLANI BSTATB, Ltd.
1 782-2 w
arrive on the "V. G.
to - (liitc Vehicles and get our
DID YOU EVER GET A DETTER
KINO AMI HEIIIFL STUITS
mini I HI I I ! Ill Iflllllt !! I
JUST THINK !
Heats any proposition ever offered to
the public before in Hon lulu. You
can buy an artistic modern sl.s room
nouse, tirsl-ciass piuniDluc with en
ameled fixtures for J3000.0;, rlRlit in
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cats within one Mock.
$40 OH per month.
If tills does'nt beat paying rent, what
See plans and learn particulars from
Clias. E. Moore & Co.,
Room 8 M iRoon Block,
l74G-im Mercliai.t and Alakjrajts.
C. BKEWER &CO., Ltd.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 KaahumanuSt.
MP's, Brokers and Jobber i
( II. P. Baldwin Preside
J. II. V-.AM LI, 151 V ICC-1 IC51UCI I
W. M. ALfcXANDLN -2nd Vke-Presldecl
J. P. COOKL Treasurr
W. O. S.UITII Secretary and Audit'
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar C
Ol.ia Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahiku Sucir Compxn
Kllitl Plantation Cc
Hawaiian Sugat Cr
Kahuluf RallroaJ Company,
The California aud Oriental S. S. U
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of
Ilaldnln Locomotive Work!,
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A,
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natlor.
Uane Shredder), New York. U. 8. A
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertl
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Tr
tlllzers for Cano and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafllnc Paint Co.'b P. & D. Vtt
and Papers; Lucol and Llntv
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint),
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Ll
CASTLE & COOK
m kw. Plirull.aCo
lb Wilalut AKlI,frnl Co., L I,
rii Kohli SuKr Co
rbn W.lmrt Sjf.rllll Co
I ha Fullon Urn vorki. St. loa.t, K
rh0o I. UUkiSlitrnPiiBll.
Wcklcn i Ccrlrlfuealf.
--Th Xtn EnptanJ Lift ImiiraDcaC. al
Hia m Flra Int Co. of HinloK.
- Tb Alt.jnia AilurancaCn of Lnnli.
LLsPM and FIR
new England mutual Life in
SURAKCE CO. OF BObrOK.
-Stna Fire Insurance Cohpam
m, G. Irwin & C
Win. O. Irwin.. President and Mtnui-
Claus Sprcckels Vlco Preildef
V. M. OltTard ..Second Vice Preside .
H. M. Whitney Jr Trea3. and H.
Geo. J. Roes Audit-
& 11 gar Facto.
Jommissi on Ace"
.amis op ins
'0SANI0 STEAMSHIP COM!'
OK HAV "TSArfPT'"1 ""
Oi-aaii atrcat. Honolulu U.I
Hawaiian Asrlculluial ZoZVny, Aaartcal u.
Comranv. Otk ala Suear Planl. Co , Onoaiaa r f 1
Cu . Honomu bu?ar Co .Walluku Sunai Co.. AS
Sugar Co , HaUakata Rarcti Co., Molokal Riu.,
Plan'd'a Llna San It liico Hacl-irl taa !
ft Co.'a Lint of UoKn Pickil.
LIST OF OFFIOBItfl
C. M. CiXilie, Prosldenti Onorxr
llobertmiu, Manager ; K. F. Tilrn o
Treaanror nad Houretary j Col. W '
Allon, Audit ir; P. C. Jone'i, H. Wt
hciui.o, Oeo. R. Cartnr. T)lroitor
QUEBN ST., - HONQLULI
AGENTS FOR- .
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Baloise Insurance Co,
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing MacN nn. Btt
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION-6
Subscribers are furnished with fron
live to six lists per week, giving an i
curate record of deeds, mortgage
leases, releases, powers ot attornr
etc., etc., which urn placed on record
SUBSCRIPTION PKIOE, 12.00 Pif
A. V. GBAR,
TtitM DiilldlnK. Hnnnlulk
F. W. Thrum,
V . nm --,.- ..-. m - f- T " r T,'
1200 Lots 1200
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to the
Beach. A ro;id 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of the propeity adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Girls'
School: said road will ex- 0
tend to the sea.
between blocks. Every lot
will have a frontage on a '
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet high above sea level.
No Nvamps around the
premises. No freshet will
-nter the pioperty.
Thfie is an offer to buy a
part of the property by a
,'reat manufacturing cpm
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason to believe
that the prices of lots will in
crease in a short time. The
owner of the property will
give all chances to purchas
eis to make money on their
Thegiound is superior to
any tract in the market.
The premises are situated
within one mile and a half of
The Government watei
pipes are laid along the upper
portion of the property.
The pi ices are the cheap
est of any tract within two
miles fiom the center of the
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
For terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Real Estate Dealers and