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lature since annexation, constructive
legislation in a broad spirit was essen
tial for the welfare of every class and
interest. Instead of adopting this line
of procedure, , the majority party re
fused to introduce an appropriation
bill, although estimates therefor were
duly submitted by the Governor at the
opening of the session; and even failed
to apportion the Senators, as required
by the Organic Act. although a bill
therefor was introduced by a ReDub-
R. W. AYLETT,
J- W. K. REIKI,
C. H. DICKEY,
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POLICE COURT NEWS.
of Offenders for
In the police court yesterday the fol
lowing cases were disposed of:
xrSs .ak- assault and battery on Lau
ftsii 6 and costs; Bob Gardner, selling
iquor May 9th; William Huihui. heed
itfoS dru"lng- reprimanded and dis
charged; Clinton Gomes, A. Alexander,
vagrancy, nolle prossed; Ah Po, gam
bling. May 10th; Kaihumua, C. Ander
son, drunkenness 9 cr. T
an eariy in ir.e session, anrt the Wnma T.a,y, jonn ir an ,.,. at k.. .
.Rule members were repeatedly urged to ! v1 "n P- F- Ryan, May 9th; Henry
j pass the same or some similar meas-
Although annexation has deprived
the Territory of all custom duties, and
of other revenues, thus materially af
fecting the finances of the Territory,
'and although the Treasury is in a de
jpleted condition, the only revenue pro
ducing measure passed was introduced
iby a Republican.
USE OF HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE.
One of the causes of the t&ilure of
PATTER- the niemDers of the Home Rule party
Ito attain their ohlects
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Kekai. assault anri h-tf.
Flazer, May 10th; Ah Tong, assault
and battery on P. Johnson, May 9th
lanaka. illegal liquor selling, 5100 and
costs; Obori, Nakasima, illegal liquor
nn cngM,a-y 9th: Ah Kee- common
nuisance, $a and costs.
Yesterday's arrests included:
Kahaluwai, malicious injury: Kru
ter, common nuisance; Joe Sylva as
sault and battery on Wong Hoy'; J.
Santos, truancy; E. H. Paine, embez
zlement; Tom Clark, drunkenness;
THEY WANT TO
Wilcox Names C. K. Lyman
for West Poiut, a- d C. G.
Bart ett for Army.
Before leaving for the Coast Delegate
Wilcox appointed C K. Lyman, of
Hilo, to represent Hawaii at West
Point, in place of Vivian Richardson,
who declined tO accent thf annnint-
ment. Lyman is about nineteen years
of age, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rufus Lyman, of Hilo. He is a grad
uate of Oahu College, and a part-Hawaiian.
The delegate is also urging the ap-'
pointment of C. G. Bartlett for a com
mission in the regular army of the
United States. Bartlett is a young
man and a veteran of the Spanish-American
war. At the outbreak of the
war he was captain of the cadet com
pany, First Regiment, National Guard
of California, and went out with his
regiment as a sergeant. He served
through the Spanish war and in the
Filipino rebellion, being promoted to
sergeant major for his soldierly quali
ties. On being mustered out with his
regiment in San Francisco, he came to
Honolulu. He now occupies a clerical
position with the Ewa plantation,
where he has been for nearly a year.
Mr. Bartlett is highly respected by all
who have the pleasure of his acqualnt-
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methods are continued; in the name of , the commission he Is now applying for
"u tropic ana me parties woo Dy General James Smith, Governor of
cuuusucu u wim ine mgn mission ; ivegros island, nis former colonel CaD-
to attain their objects, and which pre
vented the Legislature from accom
plishing more, was the insistence by the
Home Rule members upon the use of
the Hawaiian language in legislative
proceedings, notwithstanding the Or
ganic Act provides that: "All legisla
tive proceedings shall be conducted in
the English language." They elected
interpreters and required interpreta
tion of all bills, resolutions, motions
A further cause of delay and waste
of time was the apparent iealousies
among the Home Rule members, and
their lack of any recognized leadership.
This was so apparent that the Presi
dent of the Senate, himself a member
of the Home Rule party, resigned in
disgust, giving as his reasons the fol
lowing statement, which is of record:
"To the Senate: Having repeatedly
called the attention of this body to the
fact that the short time accorded to the
Legislature is wasted in debate on trivial
matters which are of no interest to the
people of this Territory, while the pas
sage of measures which were promised
by all the political parties are delayed;,
that little or no work is being done by
the several committees, as evidenced bv
! failure to promptly report: that, as a
whole, the Senate is practically an Ineffi
cient body, and that the short time re-t
maining in which to perform the respon
sible duties with which we are entrusted
will prove utterly fruitless if present
SPECIAL WASH GOODS SALE
Our offerings this week will be to your interest to make selections, as we just
opened quite a large stock of seasonable goods.
One Case, 60 Pieces, of 36 inch Percales,
regular price 15c, sold this week at 10c. You can see goods displayed in our
One Case of Fast Colored Dimities,
Excellent value, this week at 10 cents.
WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION to the fact in Dress Ginghams you will find
our stock just now the most complete and of the best brands manufactured.
T0ILE DE N0RD in 200 patterns we are offering this week at 12 cents
One case of DRESS GINGHAMS, manufactured to sell at 10 cents on
sale at 8 cents. . '
There is no doubt that you will find in White Goods, of every description the
largest assortment at the PACIFIC IMPORT CO.'S.
We are selling this week one case of Stripes and Checked WHITE LAWNS
at 12c, such values you do not often get.
See our Prices this week.
tice and property, and, In general, the
good order of society and property of this
young Territory, upon which the people
of the whole Union are looking with pro
found interest, I protest against such an
order of things, and I appeal to the best
elements of all parties and of all people
to unite for the purpose of doing our
plain duty to the people during the re
maining half of the session,
time to waste.
tain Dumbrell and other army officers
THE OPERA. HOUSE.
Auber's Romantic Opera "Fra Dia
volo" to Be Flayed Tonight.
Fra Diavolo, romantic opera, Is one
! of the few works that stand n the
There is no merging line between light and grand.
Martha, the Bohemian Girl, and per
iling convinced that I can more fu.iy haps Carmen, may all be included in
perform my duty upon the floor of the this class. Aside from the dramatic
Senate, I therefore beg to tender my res- value of its story. Fra Diavolo has : 1
ignation as President." j ways been a favorite through the har-
LEGISLATTJBE AND OOVEBNOB. rnonious value of its music. The melo
dies of the third act in particular, sor
We admit that there has been a lack rowfully leading up to the magnificent
of harmony between the Legislature death music at the clogtS Wii
-.land the Governor, but the reason for tit,d to be atvid nnfr9
for Pillows O : thls condition is shown by the resolu-, Zeriina, the heroine, has one of the
Itlon of the members of the Home Rule sems of the opera in her digrobing
party in the following words, to-wit: sonsr the other being, of course, the
"That a majority of the legislators bandit's aria, "On Yonder Rock." and
. Vame to their duties prejudiced against , . ntlH that dcsmaitaalhr renniroR ar-
AND FIY- T the Governor on hfs record for the nre- ti.tu i jh t . in,.
: iioiiu i i .1 i i i i i . iasi anssKfil mioa
O - i,,us seven years," and as a result of Stanton most daintly mastered its dif-
w mis prejudice the Legislature has not flCuitie3. giving an excellent interpreta-
A complete line of Mull,
French white Dimities,
Nainsooks, plain and checked,
Real Linen Lawn,
Grass Linen in white.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
This week's special on lines of Underskirts
Sold at reduced prices: 65c, 75c, $1, $1.25
Excellent values in Ladies' Nightdresses,
from 75c up.
This week you can huy one of the best
values at 50c a pair.
One case, 75 dozen, Ladies' Fast Black
Hermsdorf dye Hosiery, never sold for
less than 35c, this week at 25c.
Ladies' Dressing Sacques
Just the thing for hot weather. We carry
a large stock in that line, the very newest
with large kimono sleeves, from $1.50
Pacific Import Qo.
FORT STREET. J
dealt with the Governor in a broad
and liberal spirit. But, after all, there iam as the robber chief, may be safe-
O , has been no such want of harmony as
Otto interfere with legislation or to ac
count for the failure of the Home Rule
party to pass important measures.
In refusing to extend the session of
c Lounge ithe Legislature, the Governor acted
'U hra ftf mamV... . T , . . . ,
w muvi o ui me Name. kv rpnupsr. rne n ppt v-sunc aex-
This memorial is signed by all the tette, "Tell Me Pretty Maiden," from
.Republican members of the Legislature, Florodora, that In many minds was the
jand by members of the Executive Com- hit of "Dorcas," will be repeated some-
turp TCo " c nepuuutan party, aiiiuhr wnere oetween acis lonigm.
ly counted on. Kunkel should play
Lord Allcash well, and Harvey, aside
from his comedy chances, has an op
portunity to show first-class ability of
a serious order in the last act.
Auber's opera should draw a big
them are members of the party who,
during the campaign and since, have ,
differed from Governor Dole upon mat
tera effecting the party policy, but who
now appreciate that the Governor is in
harmony with the party organization, j
A healthy baby is comfort-
as demonstrated by his public ap- aWp- -inrl that i5 pnoncrh fnr n
pointments. j &
ASSSS&SS His iness in life is
Rule party, after ample preparation ' q prOVi
and with an overwhelming majority in j o
the Legislature, and with full power j Aside from acute diseases,
and opportunity to carry out their ( '
measures, have only themselves i iis food is the CaUSe of mOSt
blame for not doing so. The fact is
that the majority of measures passed Gf h.s troubles. But Scott's
were introduced by Republican mem-
be"- emulsion of cod-liver oil deliv-
The resolution of the members of the
Home Rule party fails to shoy any . ei'S him fror 1 it.
specific cause of complaint against the j . T . , . ...
governor, and, In our Judgment, as He ISn t SICK J Only a little
'yal members of tho Ttennhllcan narty. ...
Home Rule party fails to show any hitch, somewhere, in his ma
action looking to his removal.
Dated Honolulu, Hawaii, May 6, 1901.
(Signed) w. P. BALDWIN,
Chairman Republican Territorial Com
mittee. J- P. COOKE,
B. H. WRIGHT,
T. M'CANTS STEWART,
Executive Committee Republican Party.
H. P. BALDWIN,
G. R. CARTER,
J D. PARIS,
C L CRABBE,
W. C. ACHI,
A. G. M. ROBERTSON,
W H. HOOGS,
ARCHIE F. GILFILLAN,
chine for turning food into
It is a great thing to do, for
a baby, to help him over a hitch
with mere food the emulsion
is food that has the tact to get
The tact to get there is med
icine. We'l '.send you a little to try. ' I you likfe
SCOTT & BOWNI, 409 Pearl ret, New York.
FROM THE LITERARY BRANCH OF
The Kilohana Art League.
A neat and interesting souvenir of Hawaii, neatly gotten
up and handsomely bound.
The stories are ALL HAWAIIAN, having a distinct island
flavor and apart from its value as a souvenir the book is an
The Hawaiian Gazette C&
and for sale at the book stores.
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