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Hawaiian Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1895, Honolulu, Hawaii VOL. XXX., NO. 1G. HONOLULU. II. I.. TUESDAY, MAKCr 5, KSDO.-SE WHOLE NO. 1634. Hawaiian Bazette, Semi-Weekly -------PUBLISHED BY------- HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANT (LIMITS BVERT lUiSDAT ABD FRIDAY HOBHlHfl Geo. H, Parie, Business Manager. Wallace R. Kdltor, 8UBSCK.IPX10N RA.TB3S: Fer Per year.............................- JJ Per year, Foreign.................... w Payable Imftrlttble to Advance. gHF-Address all con-iBunicataona Hawaiian Gazette Company P. O. Box O, Honoferta, U. I. PROFESSIONAL. 1Z56 No.M Merchant Street. A. ROSA. IB KAAHUKAH.. Honolnln Jj_ I And Agent to take Acknowledgments. KAAfltntANB STBBB-, 1893 Honolulq, H. t..___________3 and Sotery Attoad" all the Courts of tS58 _ J _ J. ALTRED MAGOON, Attorney and Counselor At Law Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I. 1343 CO Bethel Sonolnlu, H. I., J3IBOS.. of General I fro i the Oft. a o if h poo fire wa on _i- HUNCH, ENGLAND, UEBMASY AND THE 0NITKD STATES. HYMAN pROTHEERS Commission Merchants. 3Ot Front Street, 8an Francisco particular attention paid to filling aud Bh pplne 1378 Island orders. __ V P. A. SCHA.JBFHB CO. importers A Commission Mrc's 1858 Honolnln, Hawaiian Islands. y CO., General Commission Agents, 1356 tineen Street.Honolnln, B I. y G. W. MACTAKJLANE CO.. Importers and Commission Merchants, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands, -----A'GBNTS Dtlnlecs, Watson Co., Scotland Street Iron John Fowler Limited Steam Plow 1856 and Locomotive THKO. fit WAT ass Co., ImporterB and Commission SLorchantt, ASD iBKlTTS rot. Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, British and Forelgr Ma-lne Itaarancc Co. 1IJI And northern 7 WILLIAM 0. SMITH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Fort Street, Honolulu ISM-y A. W. SCHMIDT SONS, ud Coofflssio Honolnln. 11 n He ME. W. F. ALLEN, HAS AH OFFICE OVKB MBS8B8. BISHOP CO..corner of Merchant and KaADnmuni BtreeU.ftDd ho eril) be to attend to an) to him_____________ISSn-flm C. HtTSTACE. (Formerly with B. P. Holies Co.) Wholesa'o and Retail Grocer, 111 Klni Street, under Harmony Hall. Family. Plantation, and Ships' stores sup piled at short notice. New Goods by every steamer. Orders irom the other Islands faith folly oxecntcd. 1856 119 na' in to HO I pai pre wli nai vali ont dot anic the by t pnn of ir I it U ftloi SPAPFRf H. E. McBtfTYItE BRO. Broeary, Feed Store and Bakery. Corner King and Fort Streets ISM Honolnlc H 1 v THE WKSTERN AND HAWAI1AH Investment (1 Imltca loaned for lone o. suon OW APPROVED SECURITY Apply to W W HALL, Matinccr IBS )t> Qfpfo_ f mvfl 1'lnr k Horift Y Of O., Cmcrof Fort and Qncen Honolulu A Pnildim? kin f- 7 MISCELLANEOUS. c. o. A [L1M1TKD.J Importoro and u Hardware, Plows, FalntB, Oils and buuerul .Mtrciana'oe, WmW Holl ..President unil Manager B O White Becrouirj- itd Treasurer WmJ? Alien r Auditor Tnoa May and T W Hobron Directors 1856 Oorner Fort and ICicK Sts y Advisory Councils Consider tions to That Effect. Peti- It. LEWKItS. f i. LOWBEV C. 9. COOBE. JL li w i; ES c o o At fr; Sacceeiore to LOWERS DicsaoK, Importer i nd Dealers la Lumhei, And ail kinds of Building Materials, '1858 Port Street. Honolnln v HONOLULU IKON WORKS CO Swam Mills, Boilers, Coolers, Brass and Lead Casting Machinery of Every Description 49-ttadeto Order Particular attention paid to Ships' BloeSi smithing JOB WORK executed on theshortoo 1S56 notice 7 I T WATKKHBOISE. 1MPOBTES AITO DBA LEE IN BEHEBA1 1366 Qneen Htreet. flonolulq I. M. WHITHEY. M. D., D. D- S Booms on Fort Brewer's, Blocs, corner HotelaBdForl 1S56 y streets Entrance. Hotel street. C. E. WILLIAMS. Importer. Manufacturer, TJphc'.sterar. AltD DKALEP tN FURBITURE 6F EVERY DESCRIPTION, Pianos and Mnmical Instrcments. 1869 105 FORT STHEET ly S. CO.. Qenl 1.' M. S. OB1NBAUM CO., Commission Ho. 215 Front Street, fian Prsnclflco. Post Offlct Box 2603. 1358 ________ __ L HAWAIIAN WINE CO. FRANK BROWN, Manager. 28and 80 Merchant Street, BISHOP COMPANT. xtor aese DRAW EXCHANGE ON THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA. SAN FRANCISCO TUCTB JLOIKTS IJI York, CTilcajro, Bnnon, Purla -TDB M.N. Kothschlld London The Commercial Bankirg Co. of Sjdncy In London, and The Bank of New Zonland in Auckland, brlstcbnrch. Duiiedln and Welllnc'on The nrnchopiz olid Sbanybal Bai klnp Cor- pdrstton In Horicinne and Chtna; and Yi hnbama HlofO. and Nacai-akl, Japan. The Bant of British Columbia In Virlnna. Van- couver, rmnalmo, and Westmlnlsar. B C.; and Portland Oregon. And the Azores and Madeira Islands. 1356-y _ DR. R. W. ANDERSON, 8CCCE860B TO DBS. ANDERSON LUNDT DENT1 STS. Ectc! Si., Dr. LIEE1G CO Special Doctors for Chronic, Pri- vate and Wasting Disease. Invlgoraior the RreBiesi remedy for Seminal Weski enr-. Losi- of .Vanbood and Private Dlpeafc vercomec PiemalnreneM and all formarrtapr llfiV daties, and ten onclbllltlep, irti I bottle (riven or i-ent to fsy one describing fjn call or ftddreKt 400 Geary bl., private entrance 405 M con at.. San _ Canadian THS FAMOUS Tonsiai ROOTB OF THE WOULD. IN CONNECTION WITH THE CAN AD1AN-AU8TRAL1AN STEAM- SHIP LINE, TICKETS ABE ISSUED To Aix Ponrrs ts THB UNITED STATES AHD CANADA. VIA VIOTOBIA AND VAN OO0TKB. UOtMTAW BEBOBTS. Banff Glacier, Mount Stephen and Fraser-Canon. Eatress Line of Staaaers frm Tiokete to all points in Japan. China, India and aroand tbe world MOKf I.I ION Hllu CuiinervatlTci Makes Hear Statement Acnlnit KmploTve ku Indeiunltv Act It Preiented. Aside from paPSMig an act appropri ating an additional 000 to defray the expenses of tbe rebellion, tbe Councils at the meeting yesterday afternoon pave their priucipal atten- For Tickets and Gonern.1 Infontiatioo THEO. H. DA VIES CO., AgentH rnrndtBii 1'pcifr Oa nadinn-A nRtrnlmn b. b Line tion to petitio s. The first matter laid before the leg- islative body was a communication from the Conservative Association, of Hilo, calling for the removal from office of r-htrlff Tbe spirit oi tbe document cannot be nil-under- stood, and as one of tbe members re- marked, "Calls a spade a spade The commuuii'atiou states that Mr. Will- iams has not the confidence of the leading citizens of Hilo. He is ac- cused of incapacity and stupidity, and instance- cited in support of that accusation, It further states that tbe people of Hilo would not have cou etnted lo Mr. Williams' appointment had it beeu supposed that he was to fill the office In anything more thin a temporary capacity. Judge Bar- nard, of Laupahoeboe, is mentiomd as an able successor, who would meet the approbation of tbe supporteis of the Government. Councilman asked as to Ihe personnel of tbe Hilo Conservative A-bociation, and was Informed that It was a representative body of the busi- ness men uml prominent citizens of the town. Attorney General Smith stated that he reg .ive to the state- hertin mu.de wuch actiou as their important may warrant. "Whereas, Duung the pnst two years the condition of the loyal citi Zens of the Provisional Government and its legitimate successor, the Re- public of Hawaii, hay been t-uch that it wan only b.v great personal sacrifices and rixkf, by the ruoi-t determined and united effort, aud by the banding to gethi-r of such loyal citizens into or ganizations of military and semi mil- itary character, that their existence as a body of freemen could be main- tained aud the of beinp slavts to a dispute ai d unprincipled monarchy cou'd be averted "We therefore assert that it was the duty of every loyal citizen during the-e two years of trial and danger to have become a member of some or gtimzation huving for its object the support and defense of Ihe Govern- ment under which we lived "We turtber assert that if it was the duty of all rtgardlessof their occupations and positions in life, to I have become members oi such organi- zations, much more was it tbe duty of those citizens who receive a regular salarj who are employees of the have become known as its defenders, and to have been in a situation that when defend era were wanted they could have been couutfd upon as such, and could have assisted in the struggle for (be over- throw of the rebellion at a time when every man's help counted for or against the of the Govern- ment, inste-iil of coming in one hy or one to assiwt when help was no longer of vital Importance. "We further assert that the follow ing persons, employees of this Gov ernment, did not prior to January 6 1895, affllixte with ar.y organization having for its ohjeet the defeui-eof the Government, anil the protection of llle and pioperty from its enemiet "Thertfore, he it resolved, the ntUN of every employee whose name appears lurein he investigated, and if it he found that they huve not proven themselves to be fully in accotd n ith the fentinaentM herein they be removed at from uny po-ition of trust under this Government, at d >nly such men he employed ui h m proven their loyally by the tea la IILIO n stated Dr Vvood, in explanation of (lip oh ret of forming ilie llM, said it n HM 11 c Heniimmt of the military orpiu.iya- tiona nil Governintnl notenrolltd in thp militHr> should he dealt with. HIM! who could be proved dinlnjal txpellid fiomihe departments f'he limitary ndlM und the pay rollH of the Govern- ment huve been carefully compared and a Miitnhei of men presented to the Couui its whose action It was der-ired should he Investigated. Letteis had beeu received Jrom different headw of departments which were submitted with the imtut-w. Tbe. feeling was quite strong iu the committee that tiie men uot enrolled us supporters of the Government hail had twojeais to do ao and make known their feelings toward the Government, and the fact that these men named were obtaining a livelihood from tbe Government made it much more necessary that their loyaity should be unquestioned. Much had beeu said of tbe resolutions frojn the military organizations ap 'petfring in tbe phase of threats Such was not the case. These organiza- tions had tbe rig tit to petition as any other body, and It was much easier to prt at the1 matter iu this way. Dr. Word moved that a committee from the Councils be appointed to investi- gate the cases put before them in the lift ami ofier advice to tbe Executive. C unclllor Ena expressed the opin- ion tbis was a matter similar to the Hilo communication aud was en- tirely without ihe province of tbe legislative1 body to act upon. He made a motion to refer tbe resolution to the Executive which was seconded and supported by Councilman Moi Councilman Castle asserted the good feeling that existed in the com- mittee toward the Government aud all loyal -employees of the depart- ments. Alt that was for was a fair and impartial investigution. Mr. EuaStated tnal be wan entirely in sympathy with the spirit of the resolution, but could uot see liovr the Councils could act upon it The Attorney General thought it was plain that ihe ohject of tbe reso lutiou was a perfectly proper one and not attended with a spirit of dictation The matter bad come up two years auo He thought it was clearly a subject for tbe executive to deal with. A vote Was taken on Dr. Wood's motion whteti was lost. Councilman Kennedy said that a similar revolution had been offered I wo years apo Iknd tbe Department of Finance was the only one in which a clean sweep was made. He did not jpprove of non-act ion by tbe execu- tive. Councilman Tenney felt that any employee who responded wittii. twelve or eighteen hours after the outbreak should not be considered in the rank" of disloyal. He referred to Minister as being tbe only one who opposed tbe movement two jears ago at id also the only one wbo made a thorough house-cleaning in his department, Councilman Eua's motion to refer the resolution! to the executive was carried. A resolution from the officers of the Citizens' Guard asking that tbe Gov- ernment pass an act making it unlaw ful for any person to wear a badge or ini-i ;uia of membership in any of the military unless he Is a duly credited member of that organ- ization, was referred to the Judiciary Committee. Minister Damon said it bad been found that was not sufficient to defray the expenses of the rebel- lion ami introduced an act appropria- ting to this object. The act wan passed Minister Hatch introduced tbe fol- lowing indemnity act which was re- ferred to the Judiciary Committee. Fp TiON 1. 'Ihat all acts, p'Oclama- tions an orders, verbal or written, oi the President, or of ary person acting under fan authority, or with his previous or Mibs'-quent approval, done, pr mul- or made dur ng the ne or emitted 10 be in the sup- of insurrection, or in the seart h o' any person or place or in the arrest, de ention, or prosecu- tion of any ptTSon chanted with or wbo hereaihT uiny be chanced with treason, misi rision oi treason, consp racy, partic- ipation orcompuity in insurrection, treufon or rebellion, or with conspiracy to it or com to t treason, inearrec- .i' hon or with any disloyal or seditious 1'iactice or ac'J and .ill per- sons n no huve so acted or who may so it n continuance of ma tial Uw.flha'i be held prima facie to have r eeii authorized ty the i'residi-nt, and Ihe order r approval, written or veihal, 11 ient or officer of the s'lnll le a defence and bar in c ml ant criminal, o any ac- tiuri T n 10.1 ''tptd on any such act or fall r- to ai' :ind such ile'ei ce may 1> mtdn i r dt-r t u1 general n-iif or bv cpei ial i ea, and .my spei ial plea sln I Miffue H tn'Hiuh it rn y cet out eflc. t pnch ord> r or (t ti that h cr- all 'he 1 re 'tmri ic, iuirs orgauizatlou. Minister Damon said the matter had been referred to the Executive, and he had been supported in his ruling He thought the Labor Commission was as much a part of the rtgular Government departments as any other. If tbe duties of tbe Council's secretary were too-arduous for him to fill both positions be had better resign till his work with the Commission was completed. The subject was referred to tbe Ju- diciary committee. Mo more business being presented, tbe Councils adjourned subject to tbe call of the president. AUSTRALIAN ITEMS. The Steamship Arawa Had a Rough Voyage to Sydhey. The Miowera brings Sydney dates to the 15th ult., but no later telegraphic news than was pub- lished in yesterday's ADVERTISER The Arawa arrived at Sydney ou the 7th, after a stormy passage. After leaving Apia in fine bright weather tbe vessel met a heavy northeast sea, with little or no wind. Towards morning of 28ih wind began to freshen from west veering to northwest, accompanied by continuous rains and violent equa'.lt At midnight it blew a hurricane from the nortb accompa uietl by a tremendous sea fron same quarter, carrying away fore topsail and awnings; at same time shipped a eea in after well deck carrying away scullery house anc all moveahles. Heavy floods prevailed in the northern part of Queensland. Sir Robert Duff, Governor ot Tasmania, was seriously ill. The heat at Hobart was intense Two hundred thousand persons- visited the Tasmania exhibition in one week. The weather was extremely op- pressive and sultry in Melbourne A large number of hostile blacks raided a prospector's camp in tbe Coolgardie district and speared Alexander Kellis, a prospector, through the breast. Death ensued a week later. SENTENCE SUSPENDED. Twenty-Five Native Prisoners Al- lowed to Go Free. Twenty-five of the natives who formerly stood guard at Washing- ton Place were sentenced to five rears' impritonment yesterday, but the sentence was fuspended and they are riow outside of prison bars. They are as follows Srtra Kekaba, William Bill, Sarr Hakuole, Opunui, Wm. Ahia, Ed Tin Sing, Sam Hnla, J Kaaua, Makauahoa, Jack Naiwi, Hoia Hui bui, Kapiiobo, Ben Maele, W. Kan- akaole, Wahia, Kuaiwa, Kia Manu, W. Hakalaau, Kaauwai, Kaia, Welewele, Tom Ulukou, Waiaola Andrew Knudsen, the formei mate of the steamer Wairuanalo, was found not guilty and released accordingly. Annexation league Meeting. A meeting of the Hawaiian An- nexation League will be held to- morrow evening at 7 :30 o'clock in the headquarters of theAmeriian League for the purpose of consid- ering the the constitu- tion adopted at the last meeting. It has been whispered that eome persons are trying to work against the intere-ts of the new league, and that these persons, while pre senting themselves at tbe and putting on a hypocritical pmile, are all the while domg their very best to knock in the head the progress of the new venture. Silent Cannon Balls. There is a gun in the British navy, a twenty-two ton Armstrong, which hurls u solid shot a distance of twelve miles, the highest point in the arc described by ihe shot be- ing feet above the earthV surface. The discharge of the nun cannot be beard at the place where the ball strikes. irir-iely t lie o approval or tl i> I r or Hpp KCT ON i. 1 from ihe d.i p o1 I o .ivei t s 1 t.ki'iffict H, n I'rc'-ident re til a tniiiuiiKn ion trom h relnrv I' T I'ouers i all nttelition 10 the tact tl it he had nut- been allowed Inn -'ilnrv re tary liy the Minister ol Finnnce on account of hLi tirawing a salary of n inonih from the Laoor om mNi-ioti Mr Rogers felt lhat lie I ad .1 right to draw both salaries, im I he Ivinor Commission was a temporary In the fall of 1893 a son of Mr. T. A MeFurlnnd, a prominent merchant of Live Onk, Sutler Co., Cal, was taken with a very heavy cold. The pains in bis chest were so severe that be had spnsojs and was threatened with pneumonia His father him several largo doses of Chamber i IHIU'H Congh Remedy, which br press to him our belief in hU honesty and integrity, and interest In all of former in 'because for which this league was formed, which has und ever wul be toheek for the annex- ation of the Hawaiian Islands to the United States of America, and hoping aud believing that he will bo continue until the object at which we aim shall be obtained. Second And now, Mr President, in the name of the, Amnriuan League, Tain also to prei-ent you this hadue as a testimonial of the high in which we hold jou for ycur noble- a ts and the deter- mined energy whi -e isla.idp, that you were one of the right men in the right pl -ce with your wise counsels and efficient aid in sunpres-uitr one of the most bloody revo'utlous that has ever been attempted in thin, the nineteenth and reby helping to se- cure to Ud the permanency of our Government and tiie protection of such Government for ouiselves, our wives aud our little ones for all time to come For such services you have our most grateful thanks aud good wishes foryour future welfare. Third. And yet, Mr President, we feel that in our past efforts anil noble acts, you mu-thave been ably aftrlxted and wisely counselled in a way which none but a loving wife knows so well how to do. Therefore, we wish jou, In our name, to present to her this tea set as a slight reminder of the high esteem in which we honor her hus- band, T: B. Murray. President Murray, although somewhat overcome hy evi- dences of regard prepented to him, uiade a few appropriate remarks iu reply. Marfhul Hitchrork 'also made a lutle npefch, the lor tus admis-ion to the Hfi nn honorary member. The diamond presented to Mr Murra> the insignia of tliH Ameririn Lengtip, with the m- flrnpuon, 1'rt-eriud by members tlu' run Leifjnn and Citi- MH' f.nxni t-i T It n ni uln bv ffeiffer. Thp tc i prfRHiiud to Mra Mur- KMI of si ver and comiMed of .en pieci s.
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