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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY ,18. 1895.
VOL: 1. NO. 52.
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ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wharf
Ron telephoning No. 585. Fnrn
lialiedrooma to. lot on tho promises.
" Mrs. J. H, Reibt .'
I I RHFHRY I '
I A .oxo- J
THE SENATE 18 ABOUT I'INISIt
ED FOII THE WEEK.
The Hoimo of Hepreaontutlvcfl Goe
For Atmont Irternbem-Uenoral
Noten of Interott.
TwtNTY-NiNTii Day, July 18th.
AfW prnyor, mil call and
rending of tho miiiutojf the Judi-
ciary Comtnitteo rapbrted unfav
orjibly on tho claim of James V.
Roborlsou 'for $2760 for services
ronderod ns chumborlain of ex
queon 'Liliunkalani. ' And on
motion tho said petition was laid
on. the tnblo.
The Judiciary Comnitteo ro
porttd a now titlo for tho Land
.Act which was adopttd.
The hill to regulate tho terms
Circuit Court was further
amended by merging tho Puna
district into tint of Hilo. instead
of Kona nnd .Ku and the bill
poBsed its third reading ns.amond
ed. v t 4
TIip Sonato ,thon took up the
Act pluciug 0An,aigre on tho ex
empt list as regards taxution. On
motion pf Senator Rico thp term
of oxpmpt;onrWW extended, td,ton
years in8tea4wMT,' aHd-tlwiijl
passed its jthird roading as
Minister jpamon prfspated a
mebor&Bdum of oxponditureB'.un
der the Lodn Aot for the past
year, snowing tuo total amount
expended on all tho islands for
publlo works, etc, to be $152,
On motion of- Senator Wator
hoiiBO the Act regarding tho Labor
Commission was read tho i first
time and roferred to tho Commit
tee bji. Commerce.
SeU&tor Schpidt reported from
,tht- StlBOial Coramittco on Busi
iss I)6pteRsion. Report fjJed.
TiShaf0r Wilcox's bill to.vreveji't
foot-bitling was rd -tho third I
tim;agq. passou uranimoney. v ,
uoir.i)ui iu, xteaqing saioon
Jiconf$,f(?r two months was next
takon ui on its first'resding. On
motion, jtftor the rding of the
first sooion, the bill was referred
to the Judiciary CommiHeo.
Senator" Waterjjpuse moved to
adjourn to Monday .morning, but
the motion was defeated by a tio
vote, .President Wilder voting in
the negajiyo. '
The Senate then adjourned to
tomorrow at 10 a. m. .
H6us met at 10' a. m.
Mr. Kaeo presented a resolu
tion that a committee be appoint
ed to investigate tho expenditure
connected with the police depart
ment, and more especially with
the outlay for the purchase of
caps, ammunition, 'leggins, etc.
In tbri late trouble, tho mover
said, the police had come to the
front like men and dono their
duty equally well with any other
branch of th6 Qovcrntaent's do
fenders. Yet it la said that mem
bers of the police foroo have eon
B'.dorabU njnoilntB dtductod from
tiioir monthly wge.8 to pay for
articles auob, aa, those specified in
The resolution carried.
A messagu-from tho Senate an
nounced, that he Military' bill
had pasiedthird rendjng in that
body. Another jnosBage an
nounco4 tho third roading by the
Senafo of the Houso bill relating
to-Circuit Court terms.
The bill to amond tho law re
lativo to the suppression of disoaso
among aulmnls vas takon .up
ior second ' roading. A report 'of
tho committoe on oommorc,
rooommending certain amend
monts, was oonsidorod with the
Messrs. Winston, Riohnrds,
Bbortson and Rycroft discussed
tho provisions' of the hill. Mr.
Robertson wanted to keep inde
finite expressions out of the. bill.
Who was to dooido, ho asked as
.had the, Bulletin, when tho in
spection is unusually nnorous or
sevore?" Ho moved to striko out
that part of the section' Curried,
Mr. Kueo moved that tho fee
for inspecting "every other ani
mal or bird" bo twenty-five cents
en oh. Lost.
Mr. Knmauoha read a report
iroin tno luuioiarv com rait toe on
tho bill relating to nppouls.
The joint resolution on tho lij
quor question wbb takon up' for
consideration. Jt passod without
disonssion on a unanimous voto.
The'Senato military bill was ro
ferred to tho military committoe.
Tho bill relating to appeals to
Judgos of all tho Circuits ox'eop
ing tho First was road a second
time, and considered with amend
ments recommended by tho judi
Mr. Riohnrds. in the course of ja
disoussion of a proposed amend'
raont, complained that Mr. .Robert
son absented, himself from tho.
Houso a graat deal. vx
Mr Kamaaoha moved that the
conaidortion of the bill ba defer
red till tomorrow, when ipwhaps
MrRoerlstOn wouldjhq hero with
his nmfDdrno'nts. - Carried, -
At jli:40. tne uoubo .aujpurneu
for the &y. ' 'h)s
OLD IiAHDMAKK GOBIL".
Fcncerul End or a Lone and Useful
Captain Archibald Mdntyre,
ono of1 tho oldest and must es
teemer rosidents of Honolnlu, 'is
dena, After a period of ill'heh'Hh
extending over two years h'b
quietly expired at his home in'
iuuanu avenue at 6:15 p. tn. yes
torday. the 17th Inst. "With -tho
oxooption of a Wlef period .on his
ja8 any, wnen.e reoogntzea tno
members o his 'family, Captain
Mclntyre was nnoonscioun from
Sunddy aftorhoon until his death.
The lamentod oapUia was a
native of Greenock, Scotland, and
reached his 76th year on May I0v
last. lie arrived in Honolulu op
tho bark Frft''8 Palmer W 1855
so that he was a resident of forty
yours Jae wob in command oi.
'. M . . .-..-:
tno liovornment tug - poat Jreie,
that ended , its service eleven
or twelve yoara ngo, for two
years after his arrival. In
the roign of Kamehameha V,
Cuptain Mclntvro was commis
sioned' 48- n pilot of the port of
Honolulu; and he held the offico
until April iri893.
Captain Molntyre leavos two
sonB and four daughters, one of
the sons living at Portland. Oro
gnn, and " daughtor at Snn Frnn
oisoo. The funeral services, con
ducted by Rev. D. F.. Birnio,, takes
plabe at 3 o'otock this nftqruoon at
the houso. As the dficolisod was
a prominent Odd Fellow, mem
bers of that order will conduct
Uheir rites at the grave,.
Tne late Captain Mclntyre was
of a quiet, friendly and unobtru
sive disposition, holding tho uni
versally frlepdly regard of the
whole community. He whb also
thoughtful and intelligent ubovo
the overago, and manifested a
deep conoorn in tho wolfaro of his
adoptod country. His disappear
anoo from tho land of. the living
in tho, removal of ono more of tho
good, old men wljo haye; given
Honolulu ,of tho past its prodita
blo oharaotpr for quality of oiti-zonship.
CRUISE OF THE LEHOA.
FLAG HOISTED OS
All (tie Idols Huts nltatiprored
Front Meckr Island General
Holes of tlia Trip.
Tho Hnwniinn cruiser'Lihna
Commander Berry, dock'd at Ki
nau wharf at six o'clock this
morning, throe days from French
Frigato shoals. Tho Lehun loft
hore Tuosday night tho 9th inBt,
and has been on hor voynne juet
olgllt ttnd ono.hal days. She
arrived at N'ckur island nt nix
o'clock on Friday morning and
after planting tho ling left thut
evening for French Frigate Shoals,
wbqre sho arrived Saturday
morning, leaving there that night
and Arriving' in thisport as above.
On the return trip tho Lohua ex
perienced head, winds and a diffi
cult passage. Minister King, Gov
ernment Surveyor DodgOj Curator
Brigham of Kamehamoha Muse
um and others who accompanied
tha expedition all landed on the
islands. 'Seven turtles ;ahd.a lot
of" birds and Hhollfiah"vwora
brought home but all the idols
Bve aisappoared, tnanks to tne
visit of H. C. M S. Champion to
tho islands last summer. While
the landing on Neoker was easy,
that on the Shoals was quite differ-eatran-the?(Ijahtia"haa
about .four miles off. A, .survey
Lwas maoo-tot both Islands ana
new nagutatlB and lings pat up.-
1 . THE POLICE COURT.
Font- CBe Fa Gamblers Convicted
. At' this morning's seasion of the
District Court the case of the -four
Porthguese' arrested yester
day for battering a Chinaman wat
An individual who nnswors to
tho name of Willio only, and may
consequently bo termed a "Wil
lie boy" pleaded guilty to assault
ing a Chinaman and waB fined $5
and posts. f i
' Tjvo nutives, who loved snlcinot
wisely bat too well, ma'do the
usual deposit with tho clerk of $3
" V. Hin and Ah Inpf, wfidse
transactions in tho opium trndo
,oauBd.tboir arrest on suspicion,
wero discharged, and Choy Hung
will explain on Saturday next
bow a-cortain amount of thht nox
ious drug came into his possos-
Chinese to tho nurobor of seventeen
arsoaooused of having tho sodnc
tivodrugin their posossion, wero
npllo pros'd "ad went on their
seventeen ways rejoioing at "the
jenjonoy of the prosecution or its
inability to convict.
Ueni. Koalnnnl alias ,tV. Elin,
Daniel and Mrs TCI in, all of whom '
oncht to know better, wore tried
.and couvictcd'of rannihg a cho-'fu
game. Kealnuui alias W. IClin
was fined $150 and oosts and the
other' three got oi! with $50 less.
No reduotion in- soutence to the
lady. Apped noted.
' Plla Faau and Mnkea Paau,
charged with -kidnaping, nwilLbo
tried on Saturday.
Tho case of E. Woodward, who
is oharged- with soduotion, cjiups.
Best junlaundried ehirts equal to
any $2 made ppjshirt in town on
ly ?1 at Mclnerny's.
City Carriage Co., J. S. And
rade, manager. If tyou want a
hook with' good horsb and onre-
fyldfivor ring up I'olophono'llS,
oorjier of lort and Merohnnt
streets Baok at all hourB.
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