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Vol. V. No. 1100.
We have? them, and we'll have-'more
upon arrlval,of:the "Australia," due
on the 21st. ::::::
HERE'S THE LIST :
Rosy Cheeked Apples,
Cape Cod Cranberries,
Fancy Raisins (new crop),
New Figs, s
Italian Chestnuts, v
Nuts of All Kinds,
Sweet Appiefilder, In barrels,
Calif mla Cabbage,
Frozen Oysters, and
PURE CREAM CANDIES IN END
LESS VARIETY; luwnsend's Glace
Fruits In fancy cartons ; "Snapper" Bon
Bons with valuable prizes for the children;
and colored Xmas Candles, with holders.
We are making the finest store display
ever seen In Honolulu, and propose to make
our WINDOW DISPLAY THE TALK
- OF THE TOWN. DON'T MISS IT.
OPEN THIS, AND EVERY
EVENING UNTIL AFTER
CHRISTMAS : : : : :
PARDONS FOR PRISONERS
Elovon o'clock wis the hoar sot
for tho Council of Stato mooting
this morning. At that honr thero
wcro present in tbo great hall of
tho Executive bnilding: Presi
dent Dole, Minister Damon, At
torney Goneral Smith, 0 Bolte, J
L Knulukou, A G M Robertson,
A V Goar, W 0 Aohi and Paul R
Isonborg. Two moro voting mom
bora were needed for a quorum,
and by hard work at tho tole
phono J. A. Kennody, M. A.
Gonsalves and John Phillips wcro
brought in by 11:80.
Tho Attorney General submit
ted recommendations of tho Exe
cutive For pardons. Tho first case
was that of a Ohincso prisoner
named James Johnston, sentenced
at Wailuku in December, 1897, to
bo imprisoned at hard labor for
throe months and to Dav a fino of
$500 for importing opium. To
work out his fine would tako 1000
days in prison. Ho has a wife
"an English lady" and childron
in Ban Irancisco. Tho prison in
spoelors supportod his petition for
pardon, which tho Executivo
Council recommended be granted.
On motion tkootition was granted
JLho next cbbo was that of a
Japanese named MnranakaSingo
ra, sontonced at Wailuku on Juno
13, 189G, for larceny second de
gree to two years' irapriaonmont
with a fine of S200 and $18.50
costs. He is in Oahu prison and
has been sickly for a long tirao.
His potition for pardon has boon
pending for such a time that his
torin is about expired anyway.
Neither tho Executive nor
Chairman Lowroy of the prison
inspectors could recommend the
grunting of the petition of Mnsu-
iiaautl Utsucla, Japanoso convict
ed of murder in 1802. Their sen
tence was death, but tho Privy
Council commuted it to lifo im
prisonment, and in 1894'thn Coun.
cil of Stato furtbor commuted it
to twenty years.
J. Nolono. who served his term
for assault in connection with tho
killinc of Milton at Iwiloi. noti-
tioned for restoration of his civil
riakts. Tho Executivo Coun el i
did not seo that his sentonco lmd
deprived him of civil i-in-hta.
Henco no action.
With recard to a petition for
tho pardon of a woman at tun
Lopor Sottlomont, convicted of
stealing n ring, tho Attorney Gou
oral stated that tho prisoner re
pudiated the petition and pre
ferred to serve out herhontnncn.
Adjourned at 12.
O.K. .V. L. .Nl..
Freight trains are uow runninc
over tho Kahuka extdnsion of tho
O. It. it L. Ah tho cxtonBion is
not yot e nnploto in all its parts,
no pipseiisjer trains will bo run
until tho fir t of tho vt-a.
The O. H i L II ui a now
tune tub'C i a ftyuajs.
lxm't Mlu it.
Plnco your order with tho Now
England JJakory & Candy Co. if
you wish nico fiesh goods for
Xmas, You make tho biggest mia
tako of your lifo if you fail to do
so. Thero is onlv ono Now Eng
land Bakory in Honolulu. Don't
The Chamber of Commoroo
wharf mooting is at 2 o'clock this
Kojtl makes tho land pure,
wholesome anil dcllclMi
ovi Mkma kjwdm co mm -rem.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DJSOEflLBEll 23, 1898.
PROVIDE GOVERNMENT FOR TERRITORY OF HAWAII
Full Detail of Bill Now Before Congress That Gives
New Laws for Hawaii.
luw, itcpcaieu Legislative Functions Elections No More Mixed
Juries Free Fisheries Crown Lands Federal Officers
and Salaries Land and Shipping Laws.
Tho Bulletin is ablo to givo
a completo and accurato digest of
tho bill drawn by tho Hawaiian
Commission and now beforo Con
gress, to provide a government for
the Territory of Hawaii:
a Section I. is dovotod to doGni
tion of terms "tho lawB of Ha
Section II. Tho islands ac-
uirod by tho United States under
o joint resolution approved Julv
7, 1893, shall bo known as tho
Torritory of Hawaii.
Seotionlll. That a territorial
povornmont to bo known as the
"Govornmont of Hawaii ia horoby
established over eaid territory,
wiiu its capital at Honolulu, on
tho Island of Oahu.
Section -1. That all while per
sons, iuoluding Portuguese and
persons of African descent, and
all porBOUB descended from the
Hawaiian raco on eithor the
patornal or maternal side,
who woro citueus of tho
Republic of Hawaii immediately
prior to tho transfer or sovoreigu
ty thereof to tho United StateB.
aro hereby declared to bo oitizons
of tho United States.
Sect. 5. That tho Constitution
and all tho laws of tho United
States locally applicablo oxoopt iw
horein othorwise provided shall
have tho same force and offoct with
in said torritory as olsewhoro in
tho United States: Provided that
sections 1850 andJ890 of the He
vised statutes of tho United States
shall not apply to tho torritory of
LAWS REPEALED. I
Sect. G. IjIIWS of IIILWnii tint in
consiatont with tho constitution of
the UnitodStatoa or tho provisions
of tho Ant Hlinll mm Bin in fni-nn
subject to repeal by tho legislature
Sect. 1. Tho constitution of tho
RoPUblio and flin lnwn nf TTnwnii
sot forth as follows aro ropealod:
Sec. 2 and 1. Prnmnfinflnn nf limo
Chan. 5, Flag and seal; sees. 30 to 31,
I enders for supplies; Chip. 7, Minister of
I-oreign Affairs; Ch.ip. 8, Diplomatic and
consular agents; bee. 134 and 135, National
museum: vnap. 12, education ot Hiwal
Ian youth abroad; sees. 150 to 156, Aid to
Board of Education; Chap. 14, Allnister of
Interior; sees. i 0 and 168, 174 and 175,
Government lands; set. iyo, Hoard of
Commissioners of Public lands; sec. 424,
Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry; Chap.
31, Agriculture and manufactures; Chip.
2, Ramie; Chap. 33,Taroflour; Chap.34,
Development of resources; Clnp. 35,
Agriculture; sec. 477. Brands; Chan. 17.
and 557, Railroad subsidy; Ch ip. 47,
Pacific cable; Chap. 48, Hospitals; Chap.
51, Coins and currency; Chap. 54. Con
solidation of public debt; Chip. 50, Post
office; Chap. 57, Exemptions from post
age; 58, Postal savings b ink; 62, Income
tax; 65, Import duties; 66, Imports; O7,
Ports of entry and collection districts; 68,
Collectors; 60, Reglstrv of essels; sec.
ion, Custom house charges; sec. 1102,
Elections; sec. 11 32, Appointment of
magistrate; last clause of lirst subdivision
and fifth subdivision of section 1144; first
subdivision of section 1 145; Jurisdiction;
sees. 1 173 to 1 1 78, Translation of decisions,
sec. 1 188, Clerks of court; sees. 1329 and
1331' 1332. 1347 to 1354, Juries: sees. 1509
to 1 514, Maritime matters; Chap. 102,
Naturalization; sec. 1678, Habeas corpus;
Chap. 108, Arrest of debtors; subdivisions
6, 7, 10, 12 to 14 of section 1736, Garnish
ment; sees. 1755 to 1758, Lelns on vessels;
and sections 1828 to ijij2, Water rights.
Clnp. 6, Treason; sees 65 to 67, Foot
binding; Chap. 17, Violation of postal
laws: sec. 314, Blasphemy; sees. 371 to
372, vagrants; sees. 411 to 413, Manufac
ture of liquors; Chap. 43, Offenses on the
hlgli seas and other waters; sees. 595 and
602 to 605, Jurisdiction: sec. 623, Proce
dure; sees. 700 and 701, Imports; sec. 715,
Auction license; sec. 745. Commercial
travelers; sees. 748 to 755, Firearms; sees.
796 to 800, Coasting trade: sees. 811 and
812, Peddling foreign goods; sees. 813 to
815, Importation of live stock; sec. 819,
raiems; unan. 30. opyngius; sec. 550
Imports; sec. 886 to 906, Quarantine: sec.
iij7. Consular agents; Clnp. 67, Whale
ships; sees. 1145 to 1179 and 1204 to 1209,
Arrival, entry and departure of vessels;
Chaps. 69 to 76, Navigation and other
matters within the exclusive Jurisdiction
of the United States; sees. 1347 and 1348,
Fraudulent exportation; Chap. 78, Masters
and servants; Chan. 93 Immigration;
sees. 1010, 1608, 1612. Agriculture and
forestry; Clnp. 96, Seditious offenses and
Chap. 99, Sailing regulations.
Act 15, Elections; Act 26. Duties: Act
27, Exemptions from duties; Act 32,
Registry of vessels; sec. 4 of Act 38; Im
nnrtntlnti nf llvo cl.i.U. Art . i.n..
cable; Act 65, Consolidation of public
ucuij mci 04, i-ons 01 entry; Acts 68,
Sec 8. Thoofllcesof Presidont,
Miniotor of Foroimi AfTniru. Min
ister of Interior, Minister of Fiu-
ailCO. Minister nf Ptlhlin Tnntrnn-
tion, Auditor Goneral and Deputy,
Surveyor Genoral, Marshal and
Deputy aro abolished.
Sec. 9. Providos for titles "Gov
ernor of Hawaii" and "Govorn
mont of Hawaii."
Seo. 10. That all obligations,
contracts actions, prosecutions and
judgments oxisting vnlid prior to
tho titkintr effect of this Ant Rhnll
continuo to be as oUectual us if
this Act had not boon pasBod; and
thoBO in favor of or against tho
Republic of Hawaii, and not as
sumed by or transferred to tho
United States, shall bo equally vo
I id for or against tho govornmont
01 nawau. an oiioubos wuicli ny
statuto thon in forco wero pnnish
ablo as ollensos against tho Repub
lic nf Hawaii, shall bo punishable
as offenses against tho govornmont
o Hawaii unless such statuto is
inconsistent with this Act or shall
bo repealed or changed by law.
All criminal and poual procood
ings thon ponding in tho courts of
tho Republic of Hawaii shall bo
prosecuted to finnl judgmont and
oxecution in tho uamo of
tho govornmont of Hawnii;
all such proceedings, all actions
at law, suits in equity, and other
procoedings then ponding in tho
courts of tho Ropublio of Hawaii
shall bo carried on to final judg
mont and execution in tho corres
ponding courts of tho govornmont
of Hawaii; all procoss issued and
Boutonces imposed beforo this act
takos effect shall bo as valid as if
issued or imposed in tho namo of
tho govornmont of Hawaii.
Soa. 11. Tho stylo of all pro
coss ehall bo "Tho govornmont of
Sees. 12, 13. Legislature shall con
sist of tho Sonatu and Houso of
Ropreseutativo that shall sit separ
ately oxcept ns otherwiBO pro
vided. Sec. 1-1. A conornl oloctiou
shall bo held nn tho Tuesday uoxt
after tho tirstMonday in November,
1899, and overy second year
Seo. 15. Tho Supromo Court
shall bo tho solo judgo in case of
a contostcd eloctfon.
Sec. 1G. No momber of tho
legislature shall, during tho torm
for which ho is elcctod, bo oleoted
or appointed to any oflico under
tho governmont of Hawaii.
Sec. 17. No person holding
oflico undor tho govornmout, in
cluding notaries publiaand ngouts
to tako ncknnwlodgmonts nor any
omployoo of tho govornmont shall
bo eligible for tho legislature
while holding said oflico, nor
shall any pereou bo entitled to
voto ot auy election prior to 1903,
who, having boon outitled to qua
lify nud voto undor tho constitu
tion and laws of Hawaii prior to
Oot 1897 and sinco July 1891,
failed to register as such voter un
less he shall Inko tho oath lo sup
port tho constitution of tho Unit
od States. This disqualification
does not ripply to those provented
from rogistenng by siokness or
absence from tho Islands.
Sec. 18. Disqualifies insano,
mints, porsons giving nnd taking
Sec. 19. Oath of office.
Sec. 20. Senate and Houso
elect their own oflicors and make
their own rulos.
Sec. 21. Ayes nnd Noes shall
bo recordod at tho desiro of ono
Sec. 22.Maioritv of mnmtinra nro.
sont sufficient to do businoes, but
tiunl voto on passage of a bill shall
reqoiro tho vote of n majority of
all tho mombars.
Sees. 23 and 21 provido for com
pelling nllOntlanco nf mnmlinra
and counting a quorum.. Sec. 25
rolatos to punishment of pereonB
Sec. 2G. Compensation of mora-
bors S100 and 10 nonla n ,r.iln
mileage; 200 for extra session.
oec. jh. xuemuors may he puu-
doc. 28. No mombor to bo held
liable for nny utterances during
oxeroiso of legislative functions.
Sec. 29. Mombors exempt from
arrest whilo attending and going
to and from sessions.
Soo. 30. Composod of 15 mem
bors electod for four years. Pro
vision for short terms at first elec
tion. Soo. 31. Vncancios filled by
Sec. 32. Torritory divided into
following sonatorial districts:
First, island of Hawaii; socond,
islands of Maui, Molokni, Lanai
and Kahoolawe: Hn'i-.l Oil,,..
fourth, Kauai nnd Niiliau.
doc. JJ. Apportionment of
sonators. Firstl distrint. fmir? nn
ond, threo; third, bix; fourth, two.
Soo. 31. Qualifications for eon-
ntors. Malo citizen of United
Slates 30 years old, resided in
iiawau turoo years, own property
of not less than S20f)ft nr Imrn i.
como of not loss than $1000 a
HOUSE OP HEI'IIESENTATIVEH.
Socs. 35, 3G and 37. Houoo
composed of thirty members to
hold oflico two years. Vacancies
fillod by special election.
Soo. 38. Representative dis
tricts. Firsl : Puna, Hilo nnd Ha
makua; second, Kau, Kona and
Koliala; third, islands of Mani,
Molokni, Lnnni and Kahoolawo;
fourth. Portion of Oahu kinrr nnal
and south of Nuunnu street .and
line drawn from oxtension thoreof
from tho Pali to Malta
pun Point, Fifth, portion
of Oahu lying wost and North of
fourth district; sixth, Kauai and
Sec 39. Apportionment of Re
prosontativos. First district, four;
second, four; third, six; fourth,
six; fifth, six; sixth, four.
80c 40. Qualifications for Re
presentative: male citizen of U.S.;
25 yoars of ago; resided iu islands
threo years; havo property not loss
than S00 or yearly inoorao not
lees than $250.
SE88ION8 OF LEalSL'ATUIlE.
Sees 41, 42, 13. First regular
seusiou to bo hold tho third Wod
nesday in February, 1900, and
biennially thoroaftor. Matters of
Sec 41. Sossions to bo GO days,
but governor canoxtoud to 90 days
and call oxtra sessions.
Coiitliiucd on Pago 3.
Pitiou 5 Cents.
RLORGANIZLD CHURCH or JESUS
r.llllKT ...'i.n.lo In MIIIUI 11,11 ....
t -. wv.t.vvj .1. minium IlllllflCUl
of Opera House, next Sunday as follows :
in. 1. in, ounuiiy ouiuui; pre.iciung in Ha
waiian at 1 1 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Preach-
illir In Pntrllcll fit n!m .1 m r-l.rl.t...
... ... ....p,.. ...... im) i'. in., vimaiiiiua
.r.l3!on'.,jy..E.l,Jer U. W. Greene; subject,
"What Will You Do With Jesus?" Sit
urday evening at 6:30, Christmas Concert
uy uic ounu.iy acnooi. aii are cordially
Invited to attend.
Ol'lUM HMVUUI.i:itS AM) OTllnilS.
Tnln Willi n Nnllnr nn (lie Oceanic
Last night saw n rathor exciting
timo ou the Ocenuic wharf. Four
mon from the Australia made an
attompt to got fast Guard Vivi
ch.ivoB ot tho maukagate. Hansen
tho donkey man attempted to
break through tuo gate, past tho
guard, but VivichaveB prevented
him and called for help. Inspec
tor Mncaulay, who was in tho of
fico, rau out, rovolver in hand.
Tho throe mon waiting for tbo
oulcomo of tho strugulo between
Hans an nnd Vivichavos, ran
toward tho Aus'ralia, dodging bo
twoen tho freight piled hero and
thero. Macauhiv fnllnwnii fur n
short distance and then abaudon-
ou tno chase, roturniuK to tho man
at the gate. Macauhy did his
work iu trond sbano and Ilnnnpn
was put undor arrest. Nineteon
tins of opium wero found on tho
Australia man nud ton tinn, drop
ped by tho othors, woro found
lator on the wharf.
HaUBen appeared in thn Vnlirn
Court this forenoon on thn nlmrrrn
of smuggling opium. This chargo
was cnangou lotor to tliatofopinm
iu possession nud defendant wnB
fined S250 and costs which was
gathored up nmong his ship
At I'nlanm tlinit.
Tho children of Pnlama Chapel
Wero VOTV linntiv Inaf ni'i.lit A
ChristmnB entortninmont was in
progress and all tho usual nlpns-
ant acceesnrios wero brought'on
in duo season. In all thoro woro
in tho neighborhood nf 150 child
ron presont. Tho littlo channl
Was VOTV nrfttilv dnrnrntnd 'I'lin
llttln nnra will rnnnivn tlmip nrA.
sent on Sunday.
N Ncurrlly nf TiirUry fur Aiu'n.
Tho Motronolitnn Mnnt On. will
recbivo by tho Miowora, from
Winnonec. a Inrco eoiifiienmnnl.
of turkoys, gooao, chickens and
Also bv S. S. A list nil in frnm
California, a consignment of Cali
fornia turkoys nnd wild game.
Also havo Hawaiian turkoys,
both drossod and nlivo, for salo at
ClirUlmaa Muilc n llrnnlnulon.
Thero will bi n Christmas sonc
sorvico aboard the U S S Ben
nington Monday morning next,
ior tiiu Bpecial lionefit of tho men.
Sovornl of the prominent singora
of the oity have given thoir con-
sont to sing.
Tho watch boInnitifT in Afr
HoITninu of tho Union Tnrl Cin
hns boon recovereil. Thore will
bo no prosecution.
11 m iIM
Hawaiian Tribe. No. 1. Tm.
proved Order of Red .Men, moots
this ovoning nt Pythian Hall,
run Btruoi. aeo rratornal
Highest Honors World's Falty
Oold Alednl, Alldwlnter Fair. '
A Pure Orape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS XT VI STANDARD