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TB BY DETERMINE ON SE
CRET ACTION. -
A Demand for the Restoration
of the Monarchy Favored.
About forty delegates of the Hawaiian
Patriotic League met in convention
Monday morning at 10 o'clock
in Arion hall. Rev. E. S. Timoteo
opened the meeting with prayer.
Among the visitors present were
noticed John A. Cummins, Captain
John Ross, .1. S. Emerson, Hon. A.
Marques and Rev. S. Kaili.
Hon. Joseph Nawahi was' in the
chair. He requested that representatives
of the press, who were present
by courtesy of the league, would give
a straight-forward account of the proceedings
of the convention. The following
delegates were present:
LIST OF DELEGATES.
Hawaii S. T. Piihonu, H. West,
D. Uoakiniou, .1. H. Halawale, S. H.
K. Xe, W. E. N. Kanealii and K. M.
3IAUI. Thos. Clark, T. B. Lyons, J.
Kealoalii, David Kanuha,
S.W. Kaai, J. Kamakele, J.
and R. Makekau.
Molokai. A. P. Paehaole, S. K.
Piiapoo, J. K. Kaiheopuolaui, J. X.
TJahiuui, S. Kahalehnli, D. Himeni
and S. A. Kekouwjii.
Kauai. J. A. Akina, D. W.
Jno. Molokai, S. P. Kaleikini,
G. W. Mahil;o.i ami Chas. Kaho.
Oaiic. D. W. Pua Keawe.
S. Kailieha, F. S. Reiki, J. K.
Kaupu, D. K. Keliimoku, J. P.
Kimb and J. L. Kaulukou.
On motion of A. P Paehaole, the
chair appointed J. A. Akinu of
Kauai, A. P. Paehaole of Molokai,
and Henry West of Hawaii, a committee
on credentials. They reported
the commissions of the delegates were
found to be correct.
The delegates reported as follows :
J. 2. Piihomea, of South Hilo, said
that his district has not drawn up a
resolution owing to lack of time.
i S. K. 2se, of Xorth Kohala, said
' that he was instructed by his district
to act on the following points: Tore-store
the Queen; to preserve inde
pendence ; and to oppose annexation.
A. P. Paehaole said that the signatures
to the petitions from the
whole islands represent the
of the Hawaiian people. He
moved a special committee be appointed
to examine the petitions.
Vice-President Bipikaue favored
each delegate presenting the resolutions
passed by their respective clubs.
A. P. Paehaole Avas appointed by
the president to examine the reports
of the delegates.
The president selected J. A. Cummins,
honorary president, to see U.
S. Commissioner James II. Blount
and inquire what time he would be
pleased to meet the delegates.
T. Clark objected to the hasty proceedings
in sel ctiug a committee to
call on the commissioner. He said
that the business before the house
was too important to be discussed
hurriedly. It was love of country
that brought him to thU convention,
and he came to carry out the earnest
wishes of his constituents.
J. Richardson argued that the resolutions
be drawn up ly a select
in secret session.
T. Clark said that this convention
was the most important over held in
these island . 1( was a convention
held for the welfaie of the Hawaiian
people. It the lirst of its kind in
i the liistory of Hawaii nei.
The president upixiinU'ri the following
committee of live to prepare a
resolution for presentation to Commissioner
Blount: J. E. Bush, T.
Clark, S. H. K. Nc, J. A. Akina, and
The delegates were then presented
by their various chairmen to the Honorary
President, J. A. Cummins. President
Jo. Nawahi and Vice Presidents
Kauuauiano and J. V. Bipikaue
of the Hawaiian Patriotic League.
Honorary President J. A. Cuniunus
made a few remarks to the delegates.
Delegate A. P. Paehaole, on behalf
of the delegates, replied, showing high
appreciation of the kindly remarks
tuat lea irom Mr. uumnnns' lips.
Their president had stated the real
sentiments of the Hawaiian people.
PresidentXawahi said that Gedhad
assembled together in this place the
delegates from the various islands to
show their undying love for their
country. The women also have taken
up the cause with the same spirit as
the men. He was suro that they had
r.ut aside all petty differences. Although
a few are in favor of annexation,
yet God is merciful enough to
bring such erring ones into the fold
.again. Wo have no other home but
Hawaii. We have no right to barter
away the country which we are
building up for our children.
It was God's bountiful mercy
that gave us Hawaii. Therefore
love the country given to
us by our ancestors. Patriotic
are respected by foreigners,
for they themselves love their own
country and would not be induced to
barter away their habitation for
Delegate Paehaole handed in his report
on the petitions from ti.e country
districts. The committee found that
reports are embraced under four
heads: (1) To perpetuate Independence;
(2) to oppose annexation; (3) to
perpetuate the. tnointrchj; 4) to continue
theJIawaiian flag-as the Hag of
Hawaii. The report was adopted.
L. W. P. Kanealii explained the
causes leading to the organization of
of the Hawaiian Patriotic League. He
was pleased to find that tlip .Hawaiian
given on January 14, 1S93, when she
fnlrl lint lUnnln n wa..wm in flinin
homes and preserve the peace. Indeed
peace had been kept with remarkable
J. K. Kaulia made a few remarks.
The committee of five on resolutions
appeared to present a report.
J. Riohardson favored the report
being made in secret session. It ought
not to be made public yet. He moved
that ajl except delegates be requested
to go out while the resolution was
S. W. Kaai said there was no reason
for objecting to outsiders hearing the
resolution. He would rather see one
thousand foreigners present to hear it.
jijouu cans oi "KoKua")
Mr. Paehaole favored the resolution
being kept secret, and only to be read
before CommUsIoner Blount. He
therefore moved a resolution to that
effect, which carried.
Besides the delegates, there were
about 200 people, mostly natives,
present. The audience began to disperse
while the last resolution was
being put, and shortly afterwards the
first, and probably the last convention
that the Hawaiian Patriotic
League will ever hold, adjourned.
CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR.
Its Nature and Purposes as Expounded
by Terence Murphy,
It was high noon, and in the
basement of the building in course
of construction the men had laid
aside their hods, and after disposing
of the contents of their dinner
pails were smoking the clay pipe of
contentment, ierence Murphy took
his short pipe from his mouth as
he addressed Dennis Finn.
"Say, Dinny, would yer be afther
goin' to the Woorld's Fair?"-
"To th' Woorld's Fair is it, ye
say? And fwhat moight that be
th' Woorld's Fair?"
"Sure, an' haven't ver hear spake
o' th' Woorld's C'loombian
as they say?"
"Come off, now, Terry! Come
.way ! Git out o' that wid thim
dude Pwhat's th' plain
English av' th' blarney ve're givin
'Faith, man, it's no blarney I'm
givm ye. uon t yer read iwhat
in th' noospapers
"Y'know dom well I don't read
th' stuff ! I have me to do.
I tell ye I've heard of no fair."
"Well, there's to be a fair."
"In fwhat county is it, Mike?"
"In no county, bejabbers. They'd
be afther bavin' it in Ch'kawgy."
"In Ch'kawgy is it you say? An'
will it be loike th' good fairs in the
rould country? Arrah, now, an' if
it is, you II see me in the very midst
"No, no; but you are ign'r'at,
Dinny, me man. This great C'loom
bian Exp'z'sTin's goin' to be th'
divvil of a' institootion, th' loikes
av which no one ever saw. before,
before. P'haps ye've hear tell of
th' stock in Ch'kawgy?"
"Th' place where they kill th'
pigs, is it?"
"Th' same place. It' moiles an'
moiles in th' circumforation."
"An' is it there they'd be for
holdin' th' fair?"
"Indade it is. Every fair has
pigs, Dinny, and th' Ch'kawgy fair,
as bein' th' greatest in th' woorld,
must have more pigs than any
other fair before. So they said as
t'would be cheaper to take th' fair
to th' pigs than th' pigs to th' fair,
an' they built th' fair grounds all
round th' pigs. They're buildin'
"An' will they have nothin' but
pigs in Ch'kawgy?"
"Xo, indade ; but they'll have a
piece of everything in the woorld.
They'll have lagoonys an'
an' piazz3s an' porticoolys
an' men an' women from all over
the earth "
"Faith, but where did ye get the
Frinch lingo about th' lagooHys?"
"Sure it's all in th' noospapars."
"An' phwat th' divvil's a lagoon
"You don't know phwat's a la-
goony? Did ye never hear o' patchouli?"
"Pat Shooley? Sure, I never did.
An' is he bossin th' fair?"
"Xo, ye choomp.he ain't a bossin'
th' fair. Ye have no eddycashun,
Dinny. Th' stuff they call patchouli's
a perfume. The old
'oman uses it av a Sunday fwhen
she goes to th' choorch."
"A perrfume is it? An' is th'
lagoony a perrfume?"
"Faith, an' they tell me it is
not. But av yez go to th' fair ye
can see for yerself, Dinnv."
"Well, I don't caremuch for th'
lagoony. I much prefer th' pigs.
They say th' Ch'kawgy pig's a
foine class o' pig "
"True, Dinn', it is. It has a
"An' fwhen is th' fair to be?"
"Oh, not till th' comin' summer."
"An' is it now ye'd be botherin'
me wid th' Woorld's Fair, that
ain't tojbe till th' next summer?"
"It is that."
"Well, I'd have ye t' understand,
wid yer taik about
an' lagoonys, that fwen ye be
a talkin' to Dinny Finn, yez might
best confine your oratorations to
th' present day. An' there goes
th whistle now. 1 want to hear
I . . t TTT . - 1.
u..t f, TT.,-i! tn imvp no mora or your woorld's Fair. -
0beytd the command of their queen, ' N. Y. Sun.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, ifAY 9. 1893.
The Wilder Company Wins One of the
Kaliulul Fire Case.
In the matter of the application of
George Titcomb for a writ of habeas
corpus, it was held there is no offense
known to our law as "an assault with
a dangerous weapon." A verdict, the
mittimus corresponding, finding the
defendant guilty of such an offense,
is void. The sentence must be void
upon its face in order to entitle the
petitioner to a discharge on habeas
If a sentence within the jurisdiction
of the court and regular on its
face, he found by an inspection of
the record to be not responsive to the
indictment, it is voidable and can
only be set aside on appeal or by a
writ of error, and is not cognizable
on habeas corpus. Lst the prisoner
In the case of Pow Kee against
the "Wilder Steamship Co. for the
non-delivery of goods, destroyed by
fire, it was held that in an action
against it common carrier for non delivery
of goods destroyed by lire, the
carrier being by special contract exempt
from liability for losses by lire
not duo to its negligence, evidence
of changes in the general conduct of
its business made by the carrier after
the fire is inadmissible to show negligence
at the time of the fire.
The acceptance without objection
of a bill of lading is evidence of the
shipper's assent to a provision contained
in the body of the bill exempting
the carrier from liability for
losses by fire not due to its negligence.
A consigner prima facie has
authority to bind the consignee by
The May term of the Circuit Court
commenced Monday morning in
tho upstairs court room, Jndge
The following ca9os were disposed
of during the day:
lialih was, found not guilty on a
charge of assault and battery.
On motion of the deputy attorney-general
a charge of assault and battery
was dismissed against John
Ah Ling Nui pleaded guilty to a
chargo of larceny in the second degree.
He wa3 sentenced to two
years at hard labor.
Judge Whiting also heard three
jury waived cases yesterday. They
were assumpsit suits against Samuel
Parker commenced by Lewers &
Cooko, E. C. Rowe and F. Wilkelm
respectively. Judgment in each case
was given for the plaintiff.
The case against S. Kailipaka, for
larceuy in tno tuira degree, appealed
from the district court of Honolulu,
was heard by a native jury, who returned
a verdict of not guilty.
Kaluna, charged with being a gross
cheat in the third degree, appeal
from Honolulu, was discharged upon
a verdict of not guilty brought by a
In the case of the government
against Ah Chan and Wun Shing the
defendants failed to appear and their
bonds woro forfeited.
Tho caso against John Inch, for
assault and battery, is on trial.
In the case of assault and battery
against Haaheo and Kanalu, the jury
returned a verdict of acquittal.
D. Watson and threo others entered
a plea of not guilty under a chargo of
Maho Akarau was arraigned for
housebreaking and pleaded not
PLUG HATS AT SEA.
Nawahi Takes His Leaguers
Aboard the Naniwa.
Wednesday morning about 10
o'clock, a number of delegates belonging
to the Hawaiian patriotic
league paid a visit to the Japanese
cruiser Naniwa. Much to the dis
gust of the native boat boys, who
thought the patriots would patronize
them, the leaguers were taken
out in one of the ship's boats.
The delegates had on the usual
black suits and plug hats, but other
wise there was nothing noticeable
about their march to the boat landing
as they were not preceded by
the national band as was expected.
The "chivs" of the party,
and Bipikane, rode in a buggy
while the "shovs" had to foot it.
It. 0. Peterson has commenced
suit against S Ehrlich for $5000
damages for alleged slander. Some
days ago Ehrlich and the plaintiff
had a few words, and during the
spirited conversation Ehrlich, it is
alleged, called Peterson a liar. The
latter then gave the speaker a smash
between the eyes. Peterson was
arrested on a charge of assault and
battery, and was fined a nominal
amount. He appealed the case.
C. M. Walton, formerly overseer
for the Onomea Sugar Company,
left last week in the Claudine
for Maui. He has been appointed i
manager lor the wnihee planta
Provisional Government of the
S. B. Dole, President of the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Islands,
and Minister of Foreign Affaire.
J. A. King, Minister of the Interior.
Theo. O. Porter, Minister of Finance.
V. O. Smith, Attorney-General.
S. M. Damon, Vice-President of the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian
F. W. McChesney,
James F. Morgan,
J. A. McCandless,
E. D. Tenney,
W. F. Allen,
F. M. Hatch.
Hon. A. F. Judd, CIief Justice.
Hon. R. F. Bickerton, First Associate
lion. W. F. Frear, Second Associate
Henry Smith, Chief Clerk.
Fred Wondenberg. Deputy Clerk .
Geo. Lucas, Second Deputy Clerk.
J. 'Walter Jones. Stenographer.
beconu Uireuit: A. A. Ivepoikai.
Third and Fourth Circuit: S. L. Austin.
Fifth Circuit: J. Hardy.
Offices and Court-room in Government
Building, King street. Sitting in
Monday in February, May,
August and November.
Department of Foreign Affairs.
Office in Government Building, King
His Excellency Sanford B. Dole, Minister
of Foreign Affairs.
Frank P. Hastings, Secretary.
W. Horace Wright, Ed. Stiles, Lionel
Department of the Interior.
Office in Government Building, King
His Excellency J. A. King, Minister of
Chief Clerk, John A. Hassinjrer.
Assistant Clerks : James H. Boyd, M. K.
Keohokalols, James Aholo, Stephen
Mahaulu, George C.Ross, Edward
Chiefs of Bureaus, Interior Depart-
Surveyor-General, W.D. Alexander.
Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell.
Supt. Water Works, Andrew Brown.
Inspector, Electric Lights, John Cassidy.
Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. Thrum.
Deputy Registrar, Malcolm Brown.
Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H. Cum-
Chief Engineer Fire Dept., F. HuBtace.
Supt. Insane Asylum, Dr. A. McWayne
Office, Government Building, King
Department of Finance.
Minister of Finance, His Excellency T.
Auditor-General, George J. Ros-3.
Registrar of Accounts, Geo. E. Smithies.
Clerk to Finance Office, Carl Widcmann.
Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B.
Tax Assessor, Oahu, C. A. Brown.
J. Mors Oat
Office, Custom House, Esplanade, Fort
Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle.
Deputy-Collector, F. 15. McSiocker.
Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller.
Port Surveyor, M. N. Sanders.
Office in Government Building, King
Attorney-General, W. O. Smith.
Deputy Attorney-General, G. K. Wilder.
Clerk, J. M. Kea.
Marshal. K G. Hiichcock.
Deputy Marshal, Arthur M. Brown
Jailor Oahu Prison, Capt. A. N. Tripp.
Prison Plrysician, Dr. F. L. Miner.
Boaeo of Immigration.
Office, Department of Interior, Government
Building, King street.
President, His Excellency J A. King.
Members of the Board of Immigration:
Hon. J. B. Atherton, Jas. B. Castle,
Hon. A. S. Clegbom, James G.
Spencer. Mark P. Robinson.
Board of Health.
Office in grounds of Government Build
ing, comer of Jliiilam and Queen
Members Dr. Day, Dr. Miner, Dr.
Andrews, J. O. Carter, JT. Water-house,
Jr., John Ena, and Attorney-
President Hon. W. O. 8mith.
Secretary Chas. Wilcor.
Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds.
Agent on Leprosy David Dayton.
Inspector and Manaeer of Garbbage Service
L. L. La Pierre.
Inspector Q. W. C. Jones.
Port Physician, Dr. G. Trousseau.
Dispensary, Dr. H. McGrew.
Leper Settlement, Dr. tt. K. Oliver.
Boabh op EnuoiTioN.
Office, Government Building, King
President, Hon. C. R. Bishop.
Secretary, "W. James Smith. j
Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson.
Police Station Building, Merchant street,
William Foiter, Magistrate.
James Thompson, Clerk.
Work eqnal to the best at San
Francisco priceB at the Gazette
LIST OE LETTERS
Remaining in tie General Post Office
np to April 30, 1893.
Andrews, C (2)
Anderson, O P
Bielenberg, E A
Hartels, w V
Barnes. W H
Bollock, L L
Clarke, T R
Chapman, Mrs L
Evans, Mrs J
Fulton, C B
Feischer, It P.
Gilford. J S
Henri & Co
Harrison, G E
Herring, Mrs M J
Holmes, Miss S A
Iglick, Dr S
Kratzer, D W
Lewis, F C
Louis, X J
Myers, It P, Dr
Maunalua Ranch Co
Oceanic Council, A
I'crry. W A
Phillips, J H
Bitter, Bro J
Bichanlson. J L
Swift, A E II
smith. .Mrs A
Smith, G W
Searls. Mrs J B
Sommer. W J
Stover, Mrs M
Taylor. J D
Taylor, Mrs T (2)
War J, Mrs E H
Wason, T B
Week3, Mrs A
Williams. Mrs M
Avery, Mrs X L
Adams, E J
Batcman, F L
Brown, C S
Brewer. W P A
Clayton & Sons, J j
Delavan, E C
Eadie, W (2)
Flagg, C K
Glouer, D W
Hunter, J W
Howell & Co
Harvey. J S
Jorgens, G (4)
Lees, G C
Mills. T (2)
Mullcr, W O
Morse, M, Mrs
McCarty. J V
McKaniass, J A
Osborn it Alexander
Parker, Mrs M
Pacific Transfer Co
Parker, Mrs J
Pcarman, W E
Itamsay, W J
Boeder. P W (3)
Suggs, E C (21
Sherman, J C
Stafford, W II
Wicke, Mis II
Woodward. H R .
WriEht. J N
C2S2 Galwitz, It.
SO 19 Ycoward, D.
inquiring for letters in the
above list will please ask for "Advertised
J. M. OAT,
General Post Office, Honolulu, April 30,
When you are " logy." and
the world doesn't seem to be
as round as it should, look
to your digestion; it's out of
whack and needs attention.
Without resorting to medicine
the best results are - obtained
from Taro Flour, in cases
where ' infants need something
to build up on this
remedy, provided by nature,
excels all the manufactured
stuff in the drug shops.
ySTgSpeak to your grocer
about it. '
CHAS. BR5WEB & CO.'S
Boston Line of Packets.
IMPORTERS WILL PLEAflE
take notice that the fine
BARK MARTHA DAVIS
To Sail on or about ATGUST 1st, if
sufficient inducement offers.
For further particulars apply to
a BREWER & CO
Queen's Hospital Notice.
THE TRUSTEES HAVING
provided pec!al aceomno3itlon, Ld!e
requiring Hojnlial trcatmmt tin to rewired
npon sppllcmtlon lo either of the ttend!ns
rhTMeiam. Per Order.
F. A. 8CIIAEFEH.
Honolulu. April M.ltw. "iffini
The vacjiucy m my Watch-Repairing
by the death of my old "Watchmaker,
has been filled by a
competent man of experience-from
TVe are now in a position,
as of old, to do any and all
work in this line, and in
No work too intricate.
No watch too complicated
The excellent reputation
gained in the past for fine
work and only such will he-maintained
at all hazards.
ITy Optical Business is now
an established institution, and
hardly needs mention. Yet as
I am making this a feature
and a large owe of my regular
business, I want to keep
it constantly before you. The
many nattering testimonials I
have received from my patients
the past two months,
and tho daily increasing business
convince me that you appreciate
my knowlege, and
are willing to profit thereby.
A failure to correct any
trouble which glasses can correct
ITy system of testing is so
simple and yet so perfect, thafc
the whole thing becomes a
pleasure to you, instead of a.
tedious and painful operation.
Will you bear it in mind ?
ESTlSTo charge for testing.
IL E. mi 'HM AN
Has opened an OfBee for tnunmctinir
all business in amttectkm with
Tracts, Purchase and S&la of Bonds,
Sleeks nd Rtal Sstate
And is prepared to Andit Aceoontn.
S?"0rnc; Cor. Fort and Merchant
P.O. Box o 55.
Tk Hawaiian Newspapers
DAILY AND WEEKLY
With a combined Circulaiion of
Furnish the beat medium for
advertising in the Hawaiian
language, and are the only
recognized leading Journals.
EST Advertisements and
subscriptions received at
Hawaiian 'azuirp Co.,
46 Merchant Street,
ON SATURDAY, K?
mehamiha School and' Their e
fedttarey a lady's Gold "Watch and V'U
with owner's name on back s f
"watch. Rdnnn lo.VnvEBTiSERbfll -1
receive reward. :&$