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"With. which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 51.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. 1895.
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FHOM AND AFTER JULY 5, 1895.
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A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
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"Pearl City 7:40 0:58 2:28 5:53
"T.wiMlll 8;10 10:10 2:40 OiH
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" Ewa Mill 7:10 0:10 2:07 3:51
t. " Pearl City 7:50 0:48 2:33 452
Ar Honolulu 8:23 10:30 3:11 4:55
On Saturday and Sunday nights. Ewa Mill
Passenger Train will arrlvo In Honolulu at
5:55 Instead of 4:55 p.vm.
Freight Trains will carry Sccond-Cla.ss Pas
G. P. Denison, F. C. Smith,
Superintendent. Ocn. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.
H. BAOKFEIiD & CO.
General Commission Aoents.
Cor. Fort and Quoen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
UlIPOnTEIlS and Dealers IN LrjMDEn
F AND ALL KINDS OP ButtDINO.
Fort Stredt, - - Honolulu.
MANnFACTUBINa, JEWELER AND WATCH
MAKER. Knlml .Towolrv a Snecinlty. Partioular
attention paid to nil kinds of
- Merchant Streot.
HONOLULU IRON "WORKS,
Bteam Ekqines, SnoAR Milm, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery ot Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blaoksmithinff. Job Work ex
ecuted nt Short Notioe.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKEN
No. 45 Queen Street.
. Export Appraisement of Eeal
Estato and Furniture.
ALLEN & KOBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of nil
Quoon Streot, Honolulu,
Mr. Goo. TV. Burtnor,
writes, as follows i
Rhortlr ttr leanim colic ge, I wis trotblcit
with .Vlil rlllpltafl which ihowod luelf. lint, it
Ir itter lesTinR collcfte.I wii troubled
(u iIIibmo wlilch ihowod luelf, flnt.it
n.. rtivalclana rtronouncrd It eczema.
tin inkle. 1'hjtlcUnt pronounced It eczema,
tlon crept ilowljr up my llmlx.and on tli bod jr.
nntll It enveloped the whalo frame. It Rite mo
Infinite trouble with comtiut Itching, catting off
ot dry icnlet.ind a wilotj liquid which Would
.l ..n.i.i1 tn fur that rnmulalnt. Tllll eruD-
ezudo from tinder the iralei. I treited It for
over three veiri untuccenfullr, ind wii unable
to check It, until I began unlnr Arer'i Sampv
rllta. I used three bottles ot this medicine and
wu complotclr cured mr skin becomlnif as
smooth and clear is before."
Aye rs Sarsaparilla
Has Cured Othors, Will Curo You
Made b j Dr. J. O. A jer & Co., Ix ell,Miss..U.SJU
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Bole Agents for tlio Republio of Hawaii.
Kinau streot near Punchbowl
street . my 2 1
Two front furnished rooms to
lot at No. 4 Garden Lane. tf
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner Klnc & Nuunnu Street!, Honolulu
Ghoico Liquors and Fine. Boor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY. ,
Practioal Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotol Stroot.
Pacific Trajding Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
20S Fort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Morohant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
CITY DRAYAQE Co.
W. F. SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. General Cart
ing und Drayago Business done.
HO YEN KEE&CO.,
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc., Etc
Crockery and Glassware.
Aloha Bath. House.
Nest to Marine Railway. Bath
ing suits on hund. Patrons
brought froofrom tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No, 585. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho premises.
Mrs. J. H. ReisT.
Bt ffilL ii . Vr
( AT--imi BilVVt
Wa M WW"
WORK OP OUR I.EUISI.ATUVE
1.0MS tiiih nxoHNina.
The Appropriation for tlie Central
Fire Station and Muiianil Street
Ilrlilce l'atl to Pan.
TwfNTY-EiaiiTU Day, July 17tii.
Hon bo bill IB, nn not to regu
late tho acquisition of rights of
way ov?r iho hinds of others was
read in tho Sonate yrsterduy
uftornoon for tho first timo and
After tho usual preliminaries
this innming Sonator Lyman
ported from the committee
Internal Improvemonts an item of
$3000 for the Hilo waterworks
and recommended that it pass.
Tho same Sonator also reported
in regard to tho bridgo over Nuu
n nu stream. Tho committee
find tlin t a steel briilgo of 70
foot spun would . cost $10,000
while a stone one of threo 25-foot
spans would cost $33,000. Tho
committee recommond that under
present financial conditions no
outlay be made at the present timo
and thut tho mttttor bo laid ovor
to the nost legislature.
. The committoo also reported un
favorably on tho petition of resi
dents of Hnmakua district for an
appropriation of $9,000 for rinds
and bridges. Report tabled to
como np with tho bill.
Senator Lyman moyed that tho
vote of the Sanato on tho Land
Bill yesterday be roconsidorod,
and oxplained that sinco yester
day it had been found desirable
to change the title of the bill to
conform moro olosoly to tho re
quirements of the Constitution.
Carried. Tho bill was then re
ferred to tho Judiciary Commit
too. Tho "Printing Committee
through Senator Rico roportod
that it had approved printing bills
to the extent of $390.00.
Senator Rico was granted loavo
of absence for tho balance of tho
Tho following resolution adopt
ed at a special meeting of the
Oahu American Union Party
Contral Committee on July 13th,
1895, was road and on motion
was laid on the table to bo con
Bidorcd with the bill:
"Resolved: That wo earnest
ly recommend immediato con
sideration by tho Senate of tho
granting of a franohiso for an
elactrio railway in tho oity pf Ho
nolulu, and that whilo conserving
tho mtorost of the people, thoy se
cure the establishment and build
ing of suoh Electric Railway with
Tho bill changing tho location
of tho Circuit Court from Kau to
Kona passed its third reading.
Tho Act making supplementary
apnronriotions for intomal im
provemonts then como up with
the report of tho Committeo.
The item of $2500 for a retain
ing wall bolow the Chinoso wash
Tho item of $10,000 for a steel
bridgo ovor Nuuunu stream was
In relation to tho itom of $19
000 for a central fire station, Sen
ator Lyman stated that a suitable
building could not be orected for
loss than $30,000 or $35,000 and
that the Committoo thought it do
sirablo to have a good building if
any at all. Tho Committee base
their ostimatos on tho cost and
progress made on the pumping
Sonator McOundless said that
nd proper estimates or plans of
the proposed building had ho n
mado, either by tho Minister of
Interior or the
Ministor Dumon was in favor
of having definito planx made out
beforo final action was taken.
Tho item whs stricken out with
tho understanding that the matter
would como up at tho rogular ses
sion. Tho item of $800 for teacher's
cottage at Puna nassod.
Sonator Lyman moved that an
itom of $3000 for tho improvement
of the waterworks nt Hilo be in
serted. Ho showed that tlint sum
would connoct the presont system
with springs throo-quartors of a
mile furthor up and insure a con
stant supply of water. The Son
ator atutod that tho presont pipo
system was ontiroly. inadequate,
especially ii it did not rain for
two or threo weokB.
Ministor Damon recommended
in tho absence of tho Minister of
the Interior that tho appropriation
bo mado $5000, so as to put in a
10 inch pipo in placo of tho 6
inch one now in uso. Tho amend
ment carried and tho itom was
added to tho bill.
Tho bill as amondod reduces
tho appropriations from $32,500
to $8,300 and in this shape passed
its second reading and was reforred
to tho engrossing committeo.
Adjourned to Thursday.
House met at 10 a. m.
A message from tho Senate an
nounced tho third reading in that
chambor of tho appropriation
bill; also, of the joint resolution
for u commission to investigate
the liquor businoss.
Tho bill oxtendinc tho term of
tho lioonsoa of saloon keopers in
Honolulu passed third reading,
Messrs. Hanuna and Davis voting
Tho appropriation bill from tho
Senate was sont back for the cor
rection of disorepanoios.
The joint resolution for a liquor
trade commission was taken up,
After discussion tho resolution
was reforrod to tho committoo on
At 11 o'clock tho Houso ad
journed for tho day.
Three out of nine Chinese ar
rested pleaded guilty of gambling
and wore sentenced by Judge
Perrv to pay a fino of $10 and
costs each. Those who pleaded
not guilty woro discharged,
Tho chargo of mayhom against
S. Kahaino wns redifced to assault
and battery, to which ho pleaded
guilty this morning. SonUnco
Pila Paau and Makoa Paau
oharged with forcibly, deceitfully
and fraudulently kidnaping ono
Josophino Pnahealaualiali will
bo tried on tho 18th.
J. T. Robollo was fined $5 and
costs for using lewd language.
Manuel Madoiros was tried for
arsanlt and battory on ono Mr. J.
(Jlmmusca, was found not guilty
F. Gomez was also discharged
after boing tried on tho samo
chargo, tho prosecuting witnosn
being N. J. Luiz. Tho counter
charge agtinst Luiz was dis
missed. Good Words far Amorlno.
Joo MoAulifie, who rode Lord
Brock and Billy O. here on Juno
11, speaking of Mr. Ballontyno's
horse to a San Franoisco Chro-
niolo roportor, said Amorino was a
Hawaiian bred horso that ho
thought could win at tho Bay
District track, San Francisco, as
ho considered tho Honolulu track
throe Bcconds slow to tho mile.
has gono to tho
IIOUdllT a palaci:.
Hoard of Education Acquire the
Hliliop Premle I'or r Ncbool.
Negotiations for tho purchase of
the residenco of 0, R. Bishop on
Emma street, prt of tho property
left by tho lato Princess Bornice
by tho Board of
& palaco and will
Tho building is
be usou lor an acadomy, of which
Prof. M. M. Scott will bo princi
pal, to bo transforrod from Fort
street school. That institution
will bo rotainod for tho primary
grades. The following appoint
ments havo been made by the
W. O. Crowoll of Kamohamolm
normal class, principal of Govern
ment school at Hilea, Kau, Ha
waii. D. K. Kanowanui, Kamohame
ha normal cIobs, principal at Olo
walu.Maui. Lilinoe Hapai, fiist assistant at
J. Lonhnrt, foacher at Lahaina
luna, Maui, in placo of F. W.
Abbott, transferred to be princi
pal at Kaupo, Maui.
Znch McKoaguo, principal at
from Waimahalo, to be principal
at Wnialua, Oahu.
Mr. and Mrs. Lemon at Pahoe
hoe, Hawaii, vico M. F. Scott, re
signed, and Florence Scott, trans
ferred to Holualoa, Kona, Ha
waii. Miss Julia Porry, third assist
ant at Pohnkaina school, viceMiBB
W. ii. Starkoy, transferred from
Kaupo, Maui, to Wainiha, Kauai,
to be mado an English school.
Miss Lillian. Brown has resign
ed as teacher in Fort stroet school.
Miss M. G. Beckwith, tho new
ly appointed drawing teachor
from New Jorsoy, will oegin her
duties on September 1st.
THK JUNE IIAINPALL.
from Curtis J. I.von'
From the report of Curtis J.
Lyons, in charge of the "Woather
Buroau.it would appoarthat moro
or loss rain fell in all the islands
of tho group. On this island loss
rain foil at "Waianao and Kapio
lani park than any other locality,
tho former place only getting .10
of an inch and tho latter .17. Tho
Electric Light station got more
than its sharo and tho greatest
fall on the island: 4.27 inches.
On Hawaii, Honomu is credit
ed with 9.43 inches.Waiakoa G.08,
Popeekoo G.3G,Laupahoehoo G.G7,
Kau 3J58, Kohala 2.9G, Waimea
1.G2 and Hilea .50.
On Maui S.GOinohesof'rain fell
at Mokao resorvoir, 2.95 at Reoi
prooity Mill, 3 38 at Kula and
lAi at Kaanapali.
On the island of Kauai, Huna
loi comes first with 3.90 inches,
Hanamaulu 1.G1, Lihuo 1.32 and
Molokai got nearly threo inches
ot ram bat only .05 fell on Lanai.
Nicholas Breham advertises
the N. B. Insect Chaser which he
guarantees to kill inseot pests on
roso bushos and grape vines.
Those desiring to purohase
family or plantation supplies di
rect from the coast should writs
for Smith's lllnstratod Cataloguo
to 414 Front streot.San Franoisco.
Thoro is a story that Admiral
Beardsloo did not recoive the dip
of a sabre or the lowering of a
flag when tho militia passed by
him in roview in San Frauoisco
on tho Fourth. No ono seems t
know the reason why.
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