Newspaper Page Text
- n - w - - i:: . i . m m . f.
if' f MUM 2f Established July 2, 1856. VOL. XXI., JNO. 3942. HONOLULU. HAWAIIAX ISLANDS. THURSDAY lARCH 14, 1895. PRICE: 5 CENTS. 1 Business Cards. THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND VES TMEHT C OMPA N Y, Honolulu, ir. r. 4 Have Safe Deposit Hoxesof various sizes to rent by the month or year. Stocks and Bonis Bought and Sold AGENTS FOP. Bon Iniurtuf Office of Loudon. QZNT3 FOR Great Northern Hallway. Ticket Mold to All Polntn. AGENTS TOR The Tlawallan Land and Improre roent Company (Limited). 8ome of the finest Coffee and Fruit Land on the Inlands for sale apon very favorable terms. 3878-tf g. BREWER & CO., LIMITED Qneen Street, llonolala, 27. J. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea njrar Co., Hononm Sugar Co., Wailnku Sugar Co., Waihee Sugar Co., Makee Sugar Co., Ilaleakala Ranch Co., Kapa pala Ranch. Planters Line Han Francisco rackets ChAS. Brewer & Co.'a Line of Boston Packets. Amenta Boston Board of Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board uf Under writers. LIST OF OFFICKKS: P. C' Jones President Geo. II. Robertson Manager E. F. Bisnop Tree, and Kecy. Col. W. F. Allen Auditor (J. M. Cookjc ) II. WATERaousH. .. Directors A. W Cabtkb . ) The Hawaiian Inyestment Co, REAL ESTATE AND- FOR SALE. Desirable Property in all parts of the City. Four Houses on runchbowl street at a bargain. A 4-acre Lot at Makiki. Lots 4 and 5, Block 25, Pearl Oity. A2-acre Lot at Kalihi. Residence at Kalihi with barn, pig pens and chicken coop, 120x10; suitable for a Chicken Ranch. 13 and 15 Kaabumana Street. Telephone G39. Near Postoffice. Castle & Cooke IAI. LIFE AND FIRE 11 IV AGENTS FOR. NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL . Life Insurance Company OF BOSTON. Etna . Fire Insurance 'Company OF HARTFORD. HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY! 3: V.W. WRIGHT, - Proprietor. Carriage -: Builder AND REPAIRER. C" All orders from the other islands In the Carriage Building. Trimming and Fainting Line, will meet with prompt attention. 27P. O. BOX 321. HQS. 128 AND 130 FORT STREET SSdt-y Massage, 4TBS, PP.AY WOULD ANNOUNCE 1YJL that sue will attend a limited num ber of patients. Address at II. M. Whitney', Kin at. ; Boll Telephone 75. 322S-tf ''Jttshirss DR. R. I. MOORE DidSTTIST. 02ce: Arlington Cottige, Ectel Hre tw Office hours : 9 a. it. to 12 m. and 1 p. m. to 4 p. v. SSflO-lm M. E. Grossman, D.D.S. O K- NTTST, ii 30IJL 3I?JT. The New Watchmaker Will e'ean your Watch for Put in tt:H br-frt Maii'ppring Balar ce or Pallet Mafia Jewtl holes, Pivots, etc. Clocks cleaned iOC. 7nc. 1.23 50c. 50c Dos his v.ork veil and GUA RANTEES it for ONE YEAli. IRl IUM. W. J. STODDART, Fort Kreet, above Hotel street, next to JcDonaldV Blncksraith Shop. 3033-v New Goods A FINE ASSORTMENT. TILES FOR FLOORS ! And for Decorating Fnonea; Mattihg oe aAj Kixds, Makixa Cigaes. WING V0 CUAN & Vih S351-g F. W. MAKINNEY, Ccnyejaccer and Searcher of Records F1KE, LIFK AKU Accident -: Insurance. All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly, cheaply and accurately. ALSO JIi IZIZJJL. COLLECTOK. offick : 318 fokt street 384S-t WM. L. PETERSON, Notary Public, -: Tjewriter AMI) fOLLUCJOr:. Okfick : Over Golden Rule Baiaar. DR. J. UCHIDA, Physician and Sareoa. No. 5, KUKUI LANE. Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. ni. and 8 p. m. Mutual Tel. 532. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., . Steam Engines, BUr. Hacar SXllla, Coolers. Erau and Zel Caa tines. And machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to ships' blacksmithing. Job work excuted on the shortest notic. LEWERS & COOKE, Successors to Lewers & Dickson. Importers and Dealers in Lumber And all Kinds of Building Materials. KO. 83 FORT STREET, tfONOLDLU P.O. Box 3S6. Mutual Tel. 544. NAN-YD COMPANY, LIMITED, Commission. Merchants IMPORTERS AND DEALXR8 Hi Japanese -:- Provisions AND GESES1L MKCH1W)ISZ, 411 KINO STREET, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. New Goods by every steamer. S37S-ly Bushiest ari)5. JENNIE L. EILDEBRAND, M. D. Homeopathic Physician. HOTEL STREET, Opposite Y. M. C. A. EZ7 Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 P. m. Mutual Telephone No. 610. 3H3-3m C. J. WHITNEY, Teacher ot Elocution ami Dra mntlo Wrt, Arlinirton Hotel. 3S34-y 8. T. ALEIA5DEH. if. r. BALDWIN. ALKXANDEK UAL.UIVIX. Commission Merchants No. 3 California 6t., b'an Francisco. CCT"l8!and orders promptly filled. 3897-fim A. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW And Notary Public. Office: Over Bishop's Bank. 3692-ly WILLIAM C. PAREE. ATTORNEY" - AT - I, AW APD gnt to tk Aokncwltdgm.mt. Orricz No. 13 Kaahumana Street, Hojic lulu, U. I. GONSALVES & CO, Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants. Of) 5 Queen Street. Honolulu, H. I. H. MAY & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers OS FORT STREET, Telephones 22. P.O. Box 470. . 34o0-y HAWAIIAN HARDYARE CO., Cutlery and Glassware 307 Fort Street. 3T75-ly BEAVER SALOON, FORT STREET, OPPOSITE WILDER A CO.'f II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof fee, fcsoda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. CCOPEN FROM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M. Smokers' Requisites a ppe ialty. WM. F. THRUM, SURVEY OK. Room No. 11, .Spreckels' Block. 38o9-m LEWIS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers 111 FORT STREET, Telephone 840. P. O. Box 29 7 CONSOLIDATED Soda Water Works Company, Limited Esplanade, Ccrrer Allen and Fcrt Sit. HOLLISTER & CO. 3710 lfioa-lv Agents. M. W. McCHESKEY & SONS WHOLESALE GROCERS -A WD DEALUBS IN Leather and Shoe Findiogs noNOLrLU. AfllTNTQ llonolala Hop Work Co., aUIal lO Hnnlnln Tnnnery. H. HACKFELD A C0-, General Commission xgents (Vr. Fort andSQneen pta., nnnololu. Imperial Flour Is the only b'euded flour ever offered on the.e Islands. It is a new 'l!pnt lroie?b"o bletd nj; tojiether the Best Known varieties of whsat for stronth anl cokr, thereby prodncing a flour that will give th- btf-t pestibie bakinir results for the housekeeper CXT'Ar-V your grot-er for a trial sack it will cost ou no more. A'. L. JM' RhlS & CO., 3337-6m Wholesale Agents. OF HEALTH MEETING. General Discussion About Leper Settlement Matters. AGENT MEYKK ItKl'OKlH IN l'KK6N Action of the Hoard Conct vuinc Fetitlom Troiu Would-be Kokusi-Letter and Kecomniendatlon Considered Ho A t be Sold at Ka'aupapa. At the regular raeetins: of the Board of Heal tli litld yesterday afternoon there were present: President W. O. Smith, T. F. Lansing, Dr. N. 1. Em erson, J. T. Waterhouse, Dr. Wood, Dr. Day, John Ena, Health Officer Reynolds aud R. W. Meyer, agent of the Board at Molokai. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read aud approved. President Smith reported in relation to the matter of the expiration of Dr. Goto's engagement that he had writ teu lo Dr. Goto and also to Dr. Mor itz and Dr. Oliver, asking that the Board be furnished with a report on the cases treated by Dr. Goto and which were the subject of two former reports. Dr. W. T. Monsarrat'a report of ani mals slaughtered during the week showed 139 bullocks, 31 calves, aud 120heep, of which 91 bullocks and 4 calves had fluke liver, while oue bul lock was aflected with fluke abscess. From the report of Agent Meyer, it appears that the expenses of the Leper Settlement for the month ending on February 2Sth were SS41.55. In the mutter of the applications of IOilifl, Rule Kaulia, Kalama Kanae ami Kealalaina to be allowed to go to Molokai a kokuas, the Board granted the two latter, but refused the others. These applications broutrht up the whole subject of the advisability of Allowing kokuas at the settlement, and a long discussion ensuel, in which nil the members of tho Board took part. A report from Ambrose Hutchlnpon, acting Superintendent of the Leper Settlement, in regard to evening per formances at Beretania Hall, was read and filed, as was also a letter from Father CoHrady about marriage li censes. A numerously signed petition was received, asking that a license to sell awa be granted to some oue at the settlement. Tho board denied tho petition. The petition of Lahela (w) to have her seven-year-old sister placed in the Kapiolaut Home -was grauted, upon proper proof being made to the ex ecutive officer. A communication from Gulstan, Bishop of Panapolis, was received, statin? that the co9t of bringing four Catholic Brothers for the Boys' Home at Kalawao from France to the isl auds would be $1000, which amount was voted by the board for that pur pose. Referring to the subject of drawing up a t-et of rules for the government of the Hoine for Boys and Men at the tettleine- t, President Smith stated that he had discussed the matter with Mr. Meyer Fince his arrival, and that durii g his two weeks' stay in the city a eet of rules would be formulated and presented to the board for consid eration. Mr. Reynolds reported that 100 tubes of vaccine virus was being re ceived by each steamerfrom the south and that it was sufficient for all pres ent purposes. A letter from Dr. Warren Meiners, at Freeport, Maine, received by Presi (lent Dole and referred to the Board of Health, was read and filed. The letter iiiuittd the opportunities for physi cians in Houolulu, and presented a long list of accompli.-hmpntsand refer ences poicss-ed by the gentleman. Dr. Wood, as a member of the Ex amining Bo:ud at the Kalihi Receiv ing Station, reported In favor of adopt ing rules for the guidance of the board iu making examinations of supposed leieis. He stated that at present no rules were iu force except a resolution of the Board of Health that no com mitment should bo made without the consent of three physicians. He was in favor of increasing the number of examiner to Ave, of whom four should be fully agreed on the case. Dr. Day stated tht it was the in tention of the local physicians to hold their prpos-d flit annual conference in this city in the nton-h of May, and sut'ges-ttd that the board fend an in vitation to all Government physicians to attend. Secr-tai v WiVox was in- I strueted to end t yp-writen copies j of un h an invitation to n.vh pbysi- j cUii in the Government ftrjp'oy. President Smith notified (he board; that tie would prob:bly be anient on I Maul next wee: on c'ffi ial l-u-iness, and that in ucti cast? t lit re w.'ild be j no meetiug of the board nejtt w i-k. At Hawaiian Gette Office. BOARD ADVISORY COUNCILS AT WORK, Important Measures Introduced for Discussion. IMlEMJilTY ACT TO THE FRONT. Deported People lie turn at Risk of Im prisonment Claims Against the Got eminent to Go to the supreme Coart. Chinese Engine Company Petitions. The Advisory Councils at the Eesion yesterday morning consid ered several important measures growing out of the recent troubles. After the reading of the minutes the secretary read the correspon dence between Chief Hunt and the China Engine Company regarding the removal of the company from service. A petition was presented asking for tli9 continuance of the organisation. Thi3 document was signed by all the fire insurance agents in the city. The matter was referred to the Minister of the Interior. Prof. Hosmer reported from the judiciary committee the following Act relating to the unauthorized wearing of police badges and uni forms, and of badges and uniforms resembling the same : Section 1. Any person not a duly commissioned police fficer, or member of the Police Tijanizaion known as the 'Citizens' G 'ard," who shall wear or diep?ay a Polkeman'a badge or a Citi zens' Uuatdbadge,orweara Policeman's uniform or the uniform of a member of the Citizens' Guard with intnt to de ceive sha'l be nuilty of a m 8 lemeanor, and upon conviction be pu-ished by a fine not to exceed fatty dollars. Section 2. Any perroa not a duly commissioned officer, or member of the Pol ire Organization koown as the ' Citi zens' Gnard," who shall wear or display a badge or uniform resembling the badges or uniforms authoiized by the Marshal to be worn by police offic r and n embers of the Citizens' Guard with intent to deceive shall be deem d guilty of a misdemeanor, and be pun ished b? a fine not to exceed one hun dred dollars. section 3. This Act ehall take effect from the date of its publication. The indemnity act referred to the committee at the last meeting had been thoroughly revised and a new bill would be introduced by Minis ter Hatch. Regarding the pay ment of Dr. Rodgers' salary, the committee recommended that the secretary be given his compensa tion by special act. Mr. Kennedy asked if this would not be class legislation. President Dole ques tioned the advisability of special legislation that was contrary to the spirit of tho statute. He believed the matter should remain as it was. Minister Damon reiterated the opiniou exprepfpd at the previous session that Dr. Kodgers might well relinquish one of his positions. The report of the committee was tabled. Minister Hatch introduced an act repealing Sections 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of an Act entitled, "An Act to provide for the bringing of suits by or against tho Hawaiian Gov ernment," approved September G, 18SS. Thia was referred to the Judiciary Committee, whereupon Mr. Hatch introduced the following measure, which practically consti tutes the Supreme Court a Court of Claims, before which all claim3 against the Government must be brought: Section 1. The Supreme Court shall have exclusive jurisdictio to hear and determine the following matters, and ahal determine all questions of fact in volved without the intervention of a jarv. Firs' ill claims against the Govern ment founded upon any law of the Re public; or upon a iy regulition of an hxe.-utive- Department; or uin any co i tract, expressed or imp id, wiih the Government, and all claims which may berefenedto it by either Honee of the Legislature. Provided, however, that no suit shall be au'h'jiizd, nor Fhadany pro es issu aifninet the Government, based on any contract or any act of any G-jvernment officer which Furh officer is net authorize-, to make ord j by the laws of t -i Bepnb-ic. r econd tfet-offp, counter cla:ms, claim for damages, whether liquidated or unliquidated, or other demands what soever, on the part o' th Government aainet any person makir cUim against th Government under the provisions of thi- Act. Section 2. Upon the trial cf any cause in which $ any set-off, counter claim, cla-m for damages or other de mand is set up on the part of the Gov ernment agiinst any person max ing claim s gainst tho Gov ernment in said Court, the Court shall hear aDd determine such claim or demand both for and against the Gov ernment and claimant; and it, upon the whole case, it finds that the claimant in indebted t the Government, it shall render judgment to that effect, and each judgment shall he final Section 3. No person fhall file or prosecute as aforesaid any claim for or in respect to which he or any a&-inee of his has pending in any other court any eu.t or process against any person who, at the time wben the cause of action alleged in such suit or process aroe. was, in respect thereto, acting or professing to act, mediately or immd ately, tinder the authority ol this Government. Section 4. Aliens, who are citizens or subjects of any Government which ac cords to citizans of this Republic the right to prosecute claims against such Govern "lent in its courts, shall have the priviley of prosecuting claims against this Government as aforesaid. Section 5. Every claim against this Government, cogmzable as aforesaid, shall be forever barred unless the peti tion setting forth a statement thereof is filed iu the court, or transmitted it by the Secretary rf the Senate or Cleik of the Hou-e of Representatives, a3 pro vided by law, within two yeais aftpr the claim first accrues. Provided, that the c aims . f married women first accrued during mairiage, of persons under the age. of twenty-one years firafr accrued during minority, and of idiots, lunatics, insane persons, and persons beyond the seas at the time the claim accrued, entitled to the claim, shall not be barred if the petition be filed in the comt or transmitted as aforesaid, wi'hin one year after the disability has ceased ; but no other disability than those enu merated snail prevent any clam from being barred, nor shall any of tho disa bili ies operate cumulatively. bECTio.s 6 The claimant shall, in all cases, tully set forth in bis petition the claim, tli- action thereon in the Legisla ture, or by anr of the departments, if such act on has been bad; what persons aro owners thereof or interested therein, when and upon what consideration euch persons became so interested; that no assignment or transfer of said claim, or of any part theieo or interest therein, has ben ma le except as s ated in the petition ; that said claimant is justlv en titled to the amount therein claimed frm this Government, alter allowing all just credits and offsets; that the claim ant, and, where the claim has been as signed, the original and every prior owner thereof, if a citizen, has at all times borno true allegiance to this Gov ernment, and whether a citizen or not, has not in any way voluntarily aided, abetted, or given encouragement to re bellion against this G vernment, and that he believes the facts as stated in the said petition to be true. And the said petition s all be verified by the affidavit cf th- claimant, his agent or at tori ey Section 7 Any person who coiruptly practices or attempts to practice any fraud against this Government in the prtof, statement, establishment, or allowance of any claim, or of any pat of an. claim against this Government, shall ipso facto forfeit the same to tLis Government; and it shall be th dutv of said court, in such cases, to find specific ally that such lraud was practiced or attempted to be practiced and inert upon to give judtrm'-nt that such claim id for feited to this Goven men', and that the claimant be forever barred from prose cuting the same. t-ECTioN K. This act shall tako effect from the date of its approval. This was also referred to tho Judiciary Committee. Attorney-General Smith intro duced a measure w hich makes it unlawful for those deported from the islands to retuni. Section 1 reads: "It shall unlawful for any person to land in the Hawaii an Islands from auy vessel arriv ing from a foreign port who is a criminal or refugee from justice or who has been convicted of crime, or who has been under arrest for a criminal offense and has departed or escaped from the Hawaiian Isl ands in order to avoid trial, or who has been deported from the Ha waiian Islands by order of the President or Marshal in time of martial law, or who has been ban ished by the sentence of any court, unless such person shall have re ceived a permission from the Min ister of Foreign Affairs to so land. lolation is made a misdemean or, with maximum penalty of two years at bard labor and $5000 fine. lhe master of the vessel in col lusion may be fined $100 to $500 and imprisoned not over a year and cannot clear till he settles." This went to the Judiciary Com mittee and the following Act of Indemnity came up for discussion on the first reading : Whereas, B-ing s duced by the insid ious counsel of wickedly designing per s r.s. many individuals resident in the island f Oahu, did conspire by force to overthrew the constit' tion and govern ment hre es anhrhed y taw, and in fnrtherarce of s'leh their purpose, did with force and in confederated multitude on th- 6th day of January. 1895, and on ni vers other days then 101 owing, m the District of Ho'.ohdu, Island of Oahu, lew war against this Republic, as d did commit murd r, and other frlone.4, and did prov de themselves with arm, am munition and dynamite with treasonous purpose, and to the intent to pillage and