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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 5. 1895.
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FROM AND AFTKIt JULY 5, 1895.
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" Pearl City
. On Saturday and Sunday nights. En a Mill
Passenger Train will arrlvu I11 Ilonolulu at
5 55 Instead of 4:55 p. in.
Freight Trains will carry Second Class Fas
Q. F. Dbnison, F. C. Smith,
Superintendent. Gen. Fass. & Tkt. Agt.
H. BACKrSLD & CO.
Geneiial Commission Aoents.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
IuronTEns and Dealers in LuMur.n
AND Alii. KIND3 OP BuiLDINO
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
MANnFAornniNa Jeweler and WATCH
MAKER. Eukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
nttention pnid to nil kindn of repairs.
Campbell Block, - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Stkam Engines. SnoAn Mills, Boilers,
CoOLEUS, IjJO.N, BRASS AND LEAD
Machinery of Every Description Mado
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blncksmithiui?. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notico.
Jas. F. Morgan.
, AUCTIONEER AND S100K BUOKEll
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Export Appraisomont of Real
Estato and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROJ3INSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
and liuilding Matoriuls of ull
lESJCJuoon Stroot, Ilonolulu,
AND PILES CURED BY
Mr. W. Jnonnot, Adelaide, S. A., formerly
of Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
"For the past 3 or 4 years. T have been a
freat sulTerer from rheumatism and piles,
tried all sorts ot medicines, but derived
no good from tliem. I chanced to read ono
of your book nnd thought I would Klvo
your Sarsaparllla a trial. I did to, and after
taking one bottle I felt better, and after
taking 4 bottles I was a new man. I was
sorry I never took It before, for It would
havo saved me very much pain."
Has curod others, will euro you.
Made bj Dr. J.C.A jer ft Co., Lowell,Mll.,U.S.A.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for tho Republic- of Hawaii.
Kinau street near Punchbowl
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
Pacifio Hardwaro Co.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Xniinnu Htrreta, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY nnd BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotol Stroot.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
SOS Fort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Moroknnt Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
W. F, SHARRATT, Manngor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld tfe
Co , Fort street. Gonral Cart
ing and Drayugo Business done,
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HO YEN KEE&CO.,
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TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc.. Etc
Grookery and Qlnsoware.
Aloha Bath House.
Noxt to Marino Hull way. Bath
ing Buils oa hand. Patrons
brought frco from tug-boat whnrf
on telephoning No. C85. Furn
ished rooms to lot on tho promises.
Mrs. J. H, Reiht,
AN EI'FORT TO UK MADE TO
The Land Dill Heady For the
PraildeittKaroaouo Oil BUI to
be Killed- Itlllltarr Dill.
FonTY-TmiiD Day, August 5tii.
Tho Sonnto caino to nrdor nt
tho usual hour this morning uud
proceedings inoidout to opening
A communication wjs read
from tho FTonso stuting that that
body hud pnssod tho Sonate bill
oonocrning cables and had adopt
ed tho report of tho Joint Coui
mitteo on tho Land Bill.
A coramunicition whb received
from tho Board of Firo Under
writers concerning tho uso of low
grado Kerosene Oil. Laid on
table to bo considered with the
Sonator Schmidt fromho Com
miltoo on Acoounto reported that
bills had boon auditod and allow
ed to the amount of $560.90, as
follows: Hawaiian Gazotte Co.,
printing $1:50; Paoifia Hardwaro
Co., sundries $4 10; Hawaiian Star,
printing $80.75, Isaac Sherwood,
engrossing $4; A. J. Smithies
engrossing $84.50; S. E. Bishop,
proofreading, $27:50; W. L. Wil
cox, translating, $28.00; rack hire,
$2; washing towels $1.50, Press
Publishing Co., $183.31 printing
Joint Rules; Frank Qodfroy, trans
lating and proofreading on tho
Senator Baldwin from tho com
mitteo on Commerce roported in
favor of laying over to the next
session the communication of the
California Vitioultural Socioty in
relation to tho consumption of
sake, both on account of its im
portance to the publio and tho
lateness of the session. Roport
Tho report of the Committee of
Conference on the Land Bill was
read. Tho amendments ngreod
on roako tho Minister of tho In
terior ono of the Laud
Commissioners and divido tho
Island of Hawaii into moro
convoniont districts, requiring
tho Burrendor of tho whole lease if
required by the Land Commis
sioners upon applications for 100
aero patents; concerning five
yoars residence on leaso - hold
lands and freehold titlos and re
ducing the residenco to throo
years upon improving 25 per cent
of tho land; tho amount of im
provments necessary on Olaa
loBses was reduced to $200 and
tho width of tho reserved strip cut
down to 150 foet.
Tho report was adopted unani
mously and the bill now goes to
Tho consideration of tho alco
hol hill was dofeirsd till after
noon. Rocess to 1:80 p. m.
House met nt 10 a.m.
Uop. Winaton, from coromitteo
on commerce, roooramonded in
definite postponomont of koro
sono bill. Roport tabled for con
sideration with tho bill.
Rep. Hnia promised a resolu
tion relutivo to adjournment.
Somo membors wero going awny
tomorrow wliothor tho business
was completed or not,
Tho Military bill cuino up for
Mr, Hutch moved that tho
second seotion, relating to tho
J Sharpshooters, puss uh in tho
Sonato bill. This would loave
tho matter of uniform to tho dis
cretion of tho Commandor-in-Chiof,
so that in easo of active
Borvico the Sharpshootors might
have somo distinguishing dross.
Tho oorps would still be a sopa
rato organization from the mili
tary. Tho amendment enrriod and
the section passed as amendod.
Ministor Hatch opposed changos
that he did not doom wore of sub
stanco, ns they would unnecessa
rily delay tho pnssngo of tho bill.
Itop. McBrydo, on ono of these
occasions, said if they were going
to havo a military bill let them
have a proper ono. He did not
see why the Sharpshooters should
not take tho snmo oath nB othor
soldiers. If amendraouts wore to
bo avoided for tho s ike of saving
a few dollars in engrossment,
why, chuck tho bill out.
Minibtor Hatch on tho provi
sion for carrying out the sontoncos
of courts martial, asked what the
committoe's object was in recom
Rep. MoBryde said that the
torm "ponitontiary" was not used
in this country, but this bill wns
high-toned and used it instoad of
the simplo word "prison." The
committoo wanted to havo tho
bill say what it moant. If tho
Government prison was to bo the
placo of military oonfmemont lot
it be so stated.
Minister Hatch thought if it
was verbal amoudmonts that were
recommended, tho bill might just
as woll be left as it camo from
tho Sonato. A penitentiary meant
a jail or prison.
Rep. Robertson thought tho
oommittee sought to simplify the
langungo of tho bill. Tho term
"penitentiary" was not in uso in
this country, and ho could not
H60 how anything more compre
hensive than tho committee's
nmondment, "such pluoe as the
court may direct," could be
The amendment oarricd.
Mr. Robertson moved suspen
sion of the rules to present a re
port of tho conference on the
rightB of way bill. Thoy agroed
on amendments to sections 2 and
3, and tho Senate had agreed to
the House amendments. He
moved that tho roport be adopted.
Recoss from 12 to 1 :30.
JUIIIIDEK IN KO.IA.
Dead Dodr of a Clilnnman Pound
DearliiKltlurk of Violence.
Tho dead body of a Chinaman
was found at Hookona, South
Eona, Hawaii, ou Friday, July
26. It was ovidont tho man had
boon murdered, as tho face was
battorod in. Sheriff Williams be
ing notified oamo over from Hilo
and had tho body, which had
boon buried, exhumed. Ho held
an inquest, und two Cinnamon
and a native wero arrested on sus
picion. Tho two hands were gone
from the corpse, but tho nhoriff
thought they had been oaten oil'
by (logs or rats after uoath. It is
believed in the district that tho
Chinaman was murdered by somo
natives who wero stealing his
watermelons. Sheriff Hitchcock
will givo tho caso h;s first atten
tion on roturniug to Hawaii.
An additional number of un
comfort.iblo souls havo boon placed
about Kapiol'tni paik und Mukeo
a Tho Wuinnao Haoing Associa
tion has boon formod. and it is
propnBod to hold tho first moeting
on Christmas day.
Saturday's hall game ohnngoB
tho porcontngo of the clubs to the
following: Unknowns .555, Slurs
,555, KumohumchuH .400.
JOHN E. BUSH RELEASED.
OPEMIRO OF AUOUST TKHJI FIRST
Calling; of the Calendar-Several
l'leaa Entered-F. J. Testa Mi-anted
a Nolle Proacqul.
Judgo Whiting opened tho
August torm of tho Circuit Court
at 10 o'clock this morning. At
torney Goneral W. O. Smith was
prosent to prosecute Govern
ment cases, and thero was a good
attendance of othor members of
A nollo prosequi was enterod it
bohalf of John E. Bush, churgod
with conspiracy, the jury at laBt
t6rm having disngreod in his ease.
F. J. Testa, assault on publio
officer, was grantod a similar
favor under tho same circum
stance J. Kupihoa ploadcd not guilty
to tho chargo of robbery and wilt
bo defondod by P. Noumann.
G. I. Porker withdrow his ap
peal for oxtortion. Ho had serv
ed his sentonce from the District
Court in tho moantime.
Throo Hawaiian jury civil casee
were jury waived, also two mixod
and two foreign jury oass.
Wailuu Kokaula vs. V. V. Ash
ford was discontinued without
Ropublio va. Ino, desorting hus
ban, was dismissed,
Ropublio vs. Hoshina, npsault
and battery, was Btruck off
Ah Poi plonded not guilty to
honse-broakino-. and A. Ttnnn wJH
John Montgomery and two
others plonded miihv tn hrmmr
of a yncht.
Akai kana pleaded guilty to
larceny socond dogroo.
Ropublio vs. Loo Pong, forgory,
wob struok off ealondar.
Tho prosecution declined to
present an indictment against TV.
Fernandoz for perjury.
L. B. Korr vs. Akann, assump
sit, was discontinued.
Four cases relating to tho estate
of tho late Dr. Trousseau wore
continued for tho term.
See notice to owners of lots ie
the Catholio cemetery.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of H.,
will meet tomorrow evening.
Woodlawn Fruit Co. Btockhold
ors are oalled to a moeting at 10
a, m. tomorrow.
Chief Justice Judd takes his
family tomorrow to hie country
seat in Jvoolnu for his annual
George Panila Kamauoha, the
ohampiou talker of the Houde of
Representatives, has roceived a
lioenso to practise in all the courti
of tho Republic.
Charles Notley, Jr., hnsbott
dismissed from tho ollico of c 1
lector of customs at Hilo, nnd
ThoB. A. Wull attends to tho office
until a successor is appointed.
A handsome spocimon of tht
able handiwork of Hormann Horn
is exhibited in the window of
Horn's bakory on Hotol street. It
is 11 beautifully formed und elabor
ately ornamented wodding cako
for tho H0110I1 - Schiuiinolfonnig
Tho Entorpriso Hairy will soil
milk nt .08o nor quart providing
you tako 0 qls, or more. Croiim
will bo dollvcred twice each day.
Tho ICnterpriso Dairy has somo
line pasture laud for hows nt '-,
00 por month. (11 2tv.