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ening Bulletin
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"With, which, is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 33.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JUNE 25. 1895.
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papors in advanco will bo credit
ed in full according to tho amount.
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tf.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwjno Ma
chines and EMniiuiiiEiiY "Worn;
at tho World's Fair, ChicnKO, III.
boing tho largest number of award,
obtained by any Kxhibitor, and
more than double thu number
givon to all othor Sowing Ma
ohineH B. Beiiciciiko.v,
, Agont.
mylll tf Dotliol et., Honolulu.
NOTICE.
DURING MY AUSI3NCE
from tho Uuwuliim IhIuihIh, Mr,
T, Aliung will not for mo In all
mftttors by full nowQi' of ultonioy.
AIITONO,
Alloinoylu'fuot for T, Ah Kin,
THE LEGISLftTURE.
ACTION ON Till: Al'rilOIMUATiON
1UI.I.S diu'eiiiikd.
1'rtltloiiH l'rom Olun Scttlcr--IIntcli
AVII1 Introduce u 11111 to Itegiilnte
The Nntlotiul Utiurtl.
TENTH pAY. JUKE 25.
THE SENATE.
Presidout Wilder called tho Scn
ato to ordor at 10 a. m. and Chap
lain Peck oponpd the procoodiugs
with prayer.
Roll called, all thu tnombors
presont oxcopt Baldwin.
Minutes of preceding meeting
wero read and npprovod.
Minister Hatch guvo notico of
tho iutroducti6n of a bill to regu
late tho National Guard.
Minister Damon, gavo notico
that ho would introduco four ap
propriation bills at tomorrow's
session.
A petitiou was road from a num
ber of uottlers in the Olua district
in relation to tho lands bordering
on tho Volcano road. Tho peti
tioners request that tho reservo
strip of land on each sido of tho
road bo roMuccd from 300 feet in
width to 150 and that tho lease
holders bo ullowod to purohaso
the additional land thus thrown
opon; that in considering tho val
ue of improvomonla oory thing of
that uaturo hnll bo inclndcd,suoh
as fencing and otiior uocessary
work ; that aftor first paymont of
rent tho sottlcrs bo allowed to
purchase their lauds ut the follow
ing rates: first fifty aero lots ut -fG
por acre, second fifty aero lots at
S1 and all other lands at $3; that
tho money recoivod by tho govern
ment from ronts bo oxpouded in
building roads through tho dis
trict and thus oponing up new
land to settlement. The potitinn
is signed by T. F. Lausing.G. W.
Smith, Grossman Bros and othors.
Ou motion of Souator Water
house tho petition was referred to
tho Special Committee on tho
Land Bill.
Senator Wiloox, of tho commit
too to whom was referred tho re
port of tho Labor Commission on
tho subject of taking a census this
year, roported favorably on tho
proposition for reasons sot out at
longtb. Tho report was laid on
tho tublo to ba taken up with tho
bill.
Senator Lyman presontod tho
report of tho Oommitteo on Mio
Land Bill. Tho roport was quito
long and recommends numerous
olmnges in tho Lund Bill, whole
sections boing stricken out in
plucos and othors fitibstituted Tho
roport rocomraonds among othor
things that tho Olaa cottiers bo
granted govornment patents on
complying with tho terms of thoir
lo.tsus for tho firot llireo yonrd at
such rates as may bo fisod by tho
appraisers, but thai no patents bo
issued on any laud nearer than
250 foot to tho Volcano rontl,
Tho roport was laid on tho
tublo to ba uouHidurod with Ilia
bill,
Tho Souato llion took up tho
bill to rt'gulnto vohiulo tiros uud
wIioqIh, Dili road tho jlrtt limo,
rofonod to Ooimnllten on I'nbllo
LiuuIh mid Intwiliul 'ImproVi"
munis,
Thoro boing no furthor busi
ness ou hand the Senate adjourned
to Wednosdiy at 10 a. m.
THE REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho Representatives assembled
at tho usual hour this morning
and listoned to prayor by the
chaplain, roll call and tho read
ing of tho minutos. Ropresen
tativo Robertson was tho only
mouibor absont.
Rop. Itycroft presented tho re
port of tho Spocia Committee to
wiiom was roterred certain sec
tions of tho Land Bill. Tho ro
port Was laid on the tablo to be
considered with tho bill.
The Attorney - Gonoral movod
that furthor action on tho appro
priation bills bo doforred, as tlje
Ministor of Financo was absont.
Carried
Ministor Damon took his soat.
Minister Dftinon statod that
under the, constitution it was
nocessary that Appropriation bills
should bo first introduced in the
Somite. Ho thoreforo requested
that further action on bis bills bo
delayed until they had been pre
sented to tho uppor house, and
on motion thoy were tabled.
On motion Act No. 5, granting
a franchiso for tho lighting of
Ililo b' oloctrioity, was taken up.
On motion of tho Attorney-'
General tho leading of tho bill
was deferred until after the con
sideration of tho Land Bill.
A petition from Olna sottlors
was read. This petition is tho
sumo as read in tho Sonnte. Laid
on tho tablo to bo cousidorod with
tho bill.
Mr. Rycrolt prosontod n sot of
resolutions pnssod by tho Olua
Coiroo Planters' Association on
tho same subject, which took tho
sumo courso.
Tho spoakor presented a list of
Crown Lands cot under loaso,
which was read and laid op tho
table. Tho total amount is about
05,000 acres, of which 25,000 may
bo classed as agricultural lands.
The Houso then went into Com
mittoo of tho "Wholo on tho con
sideration of the Land Bill and
tho report of tho Special Commit
tee, Rop. Haia in tho chair.
The cemmittoe took up tho bill
from .section 71. AVhon tho sec
tion rolating to the width of tho
rpBervod strip on each sido. of tho
Volcano road wasroachea,Mr.Bond
watcd to kuow why suoh strouti
oua ondoavors wero boing mado to
cut down tho width. Ho consid-
erec' it a wiso provision to retain
tho full width of 250 feet.
Rop. Ryoroft roplied that tho
nonior tho land ws to tho road
the more valuable it was; that
15U feet on each sido of the road
was Hufiicient to show tho natural
beauty of tho forest to louriHts and
uot as a substantial wind break as
well. Tho roprosontativo from Ha
waii thou miulo an uiiruusl appeal
to tho Houso to adopt tho iiinoiiil
mont allowing Olaa hettlcra to pur
chano 20p ttoroH instead of 100 us
in the bill.
Tim Attonioy-Clnnoral, speaking
for liiinMf mid not f r tho wholo
o.ibhiol, twiil tlmt tho rfuttleiri of
tha Olna (llstl'lot with oiitlllwl to
Ilia gi'onlQgt (wnHiiltrntlnii from
the goYornm!l. U W'BiMtletlly
in fivor of making tho maximum
amount 200 acros and hoped tho
Houso would coincide with hiin.
Ho was also in favor of reducing
tho value sot upon tho lands in
tho original bill. Ho was not in
favor, however, of reducing tho .
width of tho reservation on either '
sido of tho Yoleano road.
Rop. Richards inquired why
tho strip on ench sido of tho road
was resotvod utnll. The Attorney-,
GonorKl said it was principally to
presorvo the natural scenery along
tho Volc.iuo road.
Hep. Rycroft asked tho Attor-noy-Genoral
why tho section for
bidding the cutting of trees on tho
rosorvod section was insorted in
the Olaa loases at all.- Tho Attor
ney Gonoral could not say, except
that it was to proservo thoscenory.
Mr. Rycroft repliod that such
places as Grossman's, Mason's,
aud others prosented n much
mora nttr.tctivo appearance to
tourists than a douse forest and
junglfi which bccaino monotonous
uftor tho first mile or two.
At 12:10 tho Houso took a re
cess t) 2 p. m.
Ni TKS.
Richards is
Rop.
an act've.
worker.
The nttend'Uico of spectiitois at
either Houso is of tho slimmost
kind.
Ministers Damon and Hatch
wero prosont at tho Senate session
toiliy. ,
Secretary Clay understands his
business but ho cin't pronouncd
"iiliupuaa" worth a cent.
Sonutor Cecil Brown was an in
terested listonor ti tho Olua land
leaso di&cussion in tho Houso this
morning.
J. "W. Mason, tho Olaa cofleo
planter, is u regular attondant on
tho Houso whonover the Lund
bill is up.
Prosidont Wilder does not lot
any grass grow on tho iloor of tho
Sonuto ehumbor. It is businoss
with him from tho word go.
Rop.Ryoroft "did himself proud
today" in tho discussion on the
Olaa district and forest, and Olaa
peoplo should bo proud of him.
Tho Olaa settlors and codeo
planters aro making thomsolvos
hoard in both Houses. Rop. Ry
croft is doing good work for them.
Rep, Winston does not talk
much but ho does a lot of think
ing in a quiot sort of way. Ho
may bo depended on to vote on
tho right sido.
Rop. Robertson was unavoid
ably absent for u timo this
morning, consoquontly tho Attorney-General
had tho field to
himself.
Su1IIII'n Kl'lllUtltCk.
Tho Hobron Drug Company will
hereafter handle tho Sequah
romedios iih solo and oolusive
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho number of cures elleottd by
those iiiodiuiues during thu hhort
time Suquuh has buen hoio should
g'uamntuo this enterpritiiiig drug
houso it largo 'ind lucrative tntdo
in tho future.
TO BE LET.
Liwu.v STiti'.r.r. A dosirablt)
Cottage siltlHto on Llliha ritieot,
about 5 niiiuitos fiom tho Kin SL
Cur lino. BtiiiulH on n qimvlwr of
mi uc i-d of hind; hun In), n coo.nitly
piiiiitod mid pup rod, In n llito iilnco
for Diiynno who loop a hwo.
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