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Saturday Press Supplement, June 17, 1882.
l'lilDlT Jmil!lll, l!"2.
Houo met at 10 o'clock.
From Mnknwao, tlmt thi' .Wiwor niul owner of
property s mil confer ami ugno with regard ti) tlio
Trillion! pnqietty. Hcferred to Judiciary Coin
ralltri'. From llonolulii, tlint the nmds be Improved.
Iteferred to Committee on Pnbllo Lnnd.
From Honolulu, tlmt :fl0O,(XX) bo appropriated
forbulldingii railroad nrouiid Honolulu. Hefoirod
to Committee on l'ublic IuuN.
ltmiKTS OF COMMITTI IS.
'llio military committee rejiortod on sundrv peti
tions in reference to hospitals niul disprnsarics on
the tcver.il islnnds. Tlu-y symtntliized with the
wish of t!n petitioner mill rrroiiunt'iult'il tlmt Mr.
Palohnu bring in nn Act to the iilxivo effect. He
The r-innnce Committee reported on sundry
Mr. J. M. Kapena renil n lengthv report on tlie
Commission nppointed to codify toe laws, lteport
Mr. Kenu moved thnt 1,000 Ihi appropriated for
extending Queen street. Laid on tlie tnblo for
Mr. Kenu moved that $200,000 be appropriated
for deepening the entrance to Honolulu. Laid on
Mr. Kenu gnvc notlcoof nn net tontuend Section
25 of the I-aws of 1804, relating to school teachers.
Mr. Liliknlnni gave notice of mi net to create n
permanent settlement for Governor J.O.Doiuinis.
Mr. KauliHiie moved that MXI bo iipproiriatd
for n wharf nt Knatualu, Kan. Laid on the table.
Mr. Kcnn moved tlmt 1,000 be appropriated for
extending Fort street to l'nuoa valley, lleforred
to Coimnitteo on l'ublic Lands.
Mr. Nnhiuu cave nolico of nn net to regulate
the education of Hawaiian you til 9 In foreign coun
tries. OBDEO OK THE KIT.
The Appropriation Hill on its second rending
The following items were passed:
King's Guard $.1901 60
Aid to volunteer military companies 10,000 00
Drillshed 6,000 00
Band, the nnd salutes 3:1,30.". 00
Arms nud accoutrements 20,000 00
National Museum 3,000 00
Purchase of liooks for Gov. Library.... 3,000 00
Govt. Librarian nnd Curator to Museum. 2,000 00
DErinTUEXT OF THE ISTKRIOB.
Salary .Minister fll'.OOO (X)
Chief Clerk C.000 00
Salary llookkicper 3,C00 00
Salary Governor of Oahu :i,C00 00
Salary of 2d Clerk Land Office 3,000 00
Silary of 4th Clerk Land Office 2,400 00
Salary Governor of Maui H.fiOO 00
Salary Governor of Knnai 3,i!00 00
Salary Governess of Hawaii 3,000 00
Salary-Clerk Governor of Oahu 1,200 00
Salary Clerk Governor of Maui 1,000 00
Salary Clerk Governor of Knuai 1,000 00
SalaryClerk Governess of Hawaii 1,000 00
Salary Jailor Oahu Prison 3.000 00
Gnardof Oahu Prison 7,000 00
Salary Superintendent Water Works nnd
Clerkof Mnrket 3,000 00
Mnrket at Wniluku 2,000 00
Salary Clerk Supt. Water Works .. 2,000 00
Civil Engineer 8,000 00
Salary Supt. Public Works 0,000 00
Incidentals and Traveling Expenses of
Engineer nnd Supt. of Public Works.. I..ri00 00
Salary Postmaster General 7,000 00
Pay Clerks Post Office 17,000 (X)
Pay Postmasters 10,000 00
Pay Mail Carriers 18,000 00
Incidentals Post Office 8,000 00
Marine Telephone Station 1,600 00
Pay Keeper ltovnl Mausoleum COO 00
Expenses Itoyal Mausoleum 2.'0 00
Pay Keeper Lunulilo Mausoleum 600 00
Pay Janitor Aliiolani Hale 000 00
l'ay Messengers Interior Department... 2.000 00
Fire Proof Safe Interior Department... COO 00
Incidentals Interior Department 2,000 00
Incidentals Government Offices 600 00
Tw ENTY-NlNTU DAT.
Satubdat, June 10th, 1882.
Ttoiu Mnknwno, that no more Chinese be im
ported. Iteferred to Committeo on Judiciary.
From Kaunnpali that parents having livo or
more children bo exempt from taxation. Laid on
the table, to be considered with the tax bill.
nEroRTS of coMMrrrEEs.
Mr. Widcmnun, Chairman of the Committeo on
l'ublic Lands reported on n petition from Hono
lulu concerning tire limits. They presented n bill
on the same subject. This bill was ordered to be
The committeo to whom was referred tlio item
of $22,500 for His Mnjesty's expenses' during the
recent tour recommend that it be paid, lteport
The Committee on Miscellaneous Subjects re
commended that certain petitions 1kj referred to
the Committee on Public Lands, lteport adopted,
Mr. Kaunamatio moved that 500 bo appropri
ated for repairing the Court House at Waipio.
Laud on the table.
Mr. Aiwohi moved thnt $2,000 be appropriated
for the benefit of the Female Seminary at Kolialn.
Laid on the table.
Mr. Knunamano moved that the Finance Com
mittee be requested to report "on Tuesday next,
concerning the receipts nnd expenditures of the
Mr. Kichnrdson moved that $3,000 bo appropri
ated for tho encouragement of agricultural pur
suits. Laid on the table.
Mr. Knunamsuo moved that the Assembly
accept thu invitation of the Park Committeo, nnd
also that the Scrgc.iut-nt-Arms bo requested to
furnish carriages on Monday noxt for tho ropro
hetitatived and reporters. Carried.
The House adjourned nt 11 -SO n. m.
TuEsnvv, June 13tu, 1682.
Miuutei read and approved.
Mr. Kamakclt), from Mnknwno, presented a peti
tion from Mnknwno with 151 signatures, providing
that in case of tho death of a plantation laborer
having a family that thu employer pay to them
annually a sum equal to said laborer's wages.
Ily Mr. Lilikatiui, from Honolulu, tint the
Legislature ba authorized to negotiate a $10,000,
Hy Mr. Lillkalanl that the Legislature pas laws
removing thu restrictions proveuting liawaiians
from purchasing liquor, nnd that no laws bo
paused prohibiting them from obtaining liquor,
lteferrod to Committee on Commerce.
Ily Mr. Lillkahni that Chinese be forbidden
from engaging in the peddling of ioi. Tabled.
liy Mr, Knunsuuno that tho sum of ?5 be paid
J. II, Waihuelnni to refund hlra for taxes twice
paid. I-ald on table.
Attorney General gave notice of his Intention to
ininxmeea mil to proviuo lorn special term ot
Mr. Kniiuaumiio pruMts1 In rend for the first
time n bill of which lie had given notlee to regu
late tlm sale of Intoxicating liquors. Passed to
printer under siinitciislmi of the rules.
Under suspension of tlio rults Mr. Knlna pre
sented n petition from .Mnknwno prnyiiiM that
I(XX) be npptnpriaUil to build a suitable landing
nt Mnkenn. lleferrtd to Committee on Public
Member from Wniluku rend first time nn net
relating to dance bouses, mm tilling Section 11 of
Chapter 66 ot the Penal (.Vile, providing that the
Minister of the Interior innv grant license forn
dance in Honolulu mid WnOnkn for tho cum of
100, provided Hint the license be not Issiiid to
persons holding spirit llceusn or to persons kiep
ing n ten house or store, etc. Passed to second
Minister of Foreign Affairs gave notice tonuthor
ie mi Act for n National Loan to be denittd to
such purposes us shall be named.
Mr. Knlua gave notice of his intention to intro
duce nn Act providing n ennaucnt settlement for
Mr. Keau read first timo n bill relating to mar
ketslamctiding Section 1!H of the Civil Code.
Pnssed to second rending.
Mr. I'nlolinu moved that tho bill relating to per
sons serving under contract working on holidays
ami election days be placed ninong tho orders of
the dav. Carried.
Ily Mr. Pnlohau that an item of $10,000 be ki
sertod in tho Appropriation Kill for n bridge over
Wailun stream. Laid on tnble.
onuKii of the i) iv.
Sections.") (changed to !!2) of Tnx Hill to 41
(changed to 40) adopted with n few changes in
grammar nud punctuation.
Adjourned to 2 p. in.
Wiwnibiut, June 14th.
The House met nt 11 o'clock. There not being
n quorum present, n motion to adjourn until 10 n.
m. the following day wns enrried.
TminsiiAT, Juno 15th, 1882.
The minutes of Tuesday's meeting wero rend
From Koolnupoko. praying that a loan of 10,
000;000 be authorized. Laid on table.
t rom same place, that the Sunday law be con
tinued as at present. Laid on the taule to be con
sidered with the Sunday bill.
From same place, that konohikis, rights bo
granted only to those who reside upon the land.
Iteferred to Committee on Commerce.
From Hilo, thnt the fees of jurors be increased
to .?2 per day for daily attendance, nnd that they
bo nlloued $1 for every verdict returned. Laid oil
the tnble until u bill is introduced on this subject.
From Mnknwno, that Clown Lauds be leased to
Hnwniinnswho nre living on them. Iteferred to
tho Committee on Public Lauds.
bepohts of coMMrrTr.i.8.
Knulukou, Chairman of the Judiciary Commit
tee, reportid on tho petition that threo circuit
judges be nppointtd on the Island of Hawaii
instead of two, uud recommended its indefinite
Aholo wns of opinion that tho difficulty aroso
through the judges nt present in office not per
forming their work. It would bo useless to np
point iithird judge if he also uero lazy, lteport
of the committee adopted.
Tho same committee reported on a petition
from Maknwno relating to the nssessment of
property, nnd recommended its indefinite post
ponement, lteport ndoptcd.
Also, on a petition from Puna ) elating to immi
gration, nnd recommend it bo laid on the table
to be considered witli the bill on thnt subject,
Also, on several petitions from Mnknwao nnd
Haua, that prisoner be required to work their
timo out on the roads in the district where they
are sentenced, nud recommend the indefinite post
ponement of said petitions, lteport adopted.
Also, upon a bill asking thnt certain privileges
be granted to Hnwaimiis which they recommend
to be indefinitely postpone, on account of such n
bill being unconstitutional, lteport adopted.
Also, upon thu unrestricted use of intoxicating
liquors which they recommend tube laid on the
table nud considered with tlie bill on tho same
subject, lteport ndopted.
Tho same committee also made n similar recom
mendation with the petition praying that ,tho im
portation, manufacture and sale of opium bo
licensed, lteport ndopted.
Kaalnkou, us Chairman of a Select ium!tteo
reported on nn Act relating to tho collection of
taxes, nud recommend that it lie laid on tho tnblo
and considered witli tho tnx bill, lteport ndopted.
Knulukou begged to be excused from nttend
nnco during the remaining portion of t ha day, and
Mr. W. If. llice mado n similar request for tho
balance of the week. Hoth rcquestsgrauted.
C. It. Hishop read for .the first time u now bill,
to amend Sections 2.V nnd 2.VI of tlm Civil Code,
relating to royal patents, the same not to nffect
persona who have previously obtained patents,
The Attorney General read for tho first timo an
Act to provide for the holding ot an additional
term of the Third Judicial Circuit of Hawaii.
Aholo inovsxl that the Attornoy General lay
before tho He1 use a list of the Deputy Sheriffs on
all tho-islnuds, with the amount of salary paid to
each one. Carried.
h Xnknleka moved that 'whereas expressions had
nmienrcil in mo l'udjie voiumti-cml sliieerttaer nnu
nlso in thu EUU nowspnporH ridiculing this Assem
bly, thnt, be it resolved that tho reporters for those
paiiers bo turned out of tuo Assembly.
Aholo said the same expression (which wo re
frain from repeating) had been uod twice. It is
a low nnd vulgar expression nud not fit to bo used
in this Assembly. Ho sarv it on Tuesday and
spoko to the reporter about it, nnd he naturally
thought it would not bo repeated, but iioverthelosa
it appeared ou Wednesday in the h'ltlt.
Mr. Gibson said he understood that an improper
expression has appeared, in a nativo paper called
the I'.UU, tlio ineniiiug of which ho did not under
stand. The meinbew of tliia Asacmbly kuow by
announcement that sinou taking tho until ho hnit
nothing to do with that uowapapor. Ho was most
anxious to prmorvo the honor of this Assembly,
mid nn tho owner uf tho paper in question, lie
would not tolenttu any one who should descrvo
such n censure us this. It had been said that not
only once but twice, improper expressions had
been used. If it khrtuld please this Assembly to
pass a censure, then the reporter will cease to bo
employed 111 tlmt establishment (tlio I'. V. A.)
what nnd taken place already ought to bo n
sufficient warning to him.
Tho President elated that there were three
questions before the Assembly; 1st, That tho re
porter of the Pacific Cvntmircial AiUtithtr bo
ordered to leave tho Houso. 2d, That the pro
prietor nnd reporter bo lectured by tho President.
3d, In viow of what already passed in tho Ilouso,
tho resolution bo indefinitely potitioiicd. The last
motion was carried.
Keau moved thnt 5,000 be appropriated for A
bridge over the stream nt Moaiinlun. Laid on
tho tnblo. ,
Lillknlani read! for tho tint time nil act to
uutliMire n national loan nnd to define Hip uses to
which t-ucli n loan shall he dcwitcd. Hilt ordered
to lie printed.
Nnkookoo gavo notice of Ms Intention to Intro
duce mi net to repent Chanter 27 of the Kenslon
Lnwsof 187(5 relating to tlie conveyance of water
ovi r lands not lienetlttod thereby.
'Hie President Mid that before proceeding to
the Order of the Day, ho had lieen requested to
convey the thanks of tho acting Captain of II,
M.S. Chnnitilvii for tho nttendnnco'of tho mem
bers nt tho funeral of the late Captain Hope,
oiinrr. or the mat.
'1 hlrd reading of n bill In amend Section CJ of
tho Civil Code, relating to tho appointment of n
l'ollco Justice for the district of North Kolmla,
Third reading of a bill to amend section 1(78 of
tho Civil Code relating to llankruplcy. Passed.
Sicond rending of nn Act to provide for the de
scent of prtqierty to the next of kill in en no (he
deeenscd Intcstnto shnll leave no issue, father,
mother, Hrothcr, sister, or brother or sister of his
father or mother, or the children or heirs of such
brother or sister of his father nnd mother. " Sec.
1, Whenever nny person, runic or femnle, shnll die
intestate within this Kingdom, leaving nn issue,
nor father or mother, nnd no brother or sister, his
or her estnto both renl nnd personnl of every kind
nnd description to descend one half to his widow,
if nny, or in enso the intestate be n woman, to her
husband, if nny, and one half to the brothers nnd
sisters of tho intestate's father add mother nnd to
their childrinnnd heirs by right of representation,
nnd if none of the relatives above named shall
survive the deceased person, tho estate shnll de
scend in eqnnl shnres, to tho next of kin, in equal
degree, but no person shall bo entitled, by right of
representation to the shares of such next of kin,
who shall have died, nud if the intcstnto leave no
widow or husband, then tsnch collateral helm or
next of kin shnll inherit the wholo estate; pro
vided always that if tho estatccome through cither
parent, tho brothers and sisters of thnt parent
shall be preferred to the others. If the Intestntfe
shnll hnve married, and leno no kindred but n
widow, then she shall inherit nil his estate, nnd if
the intestate be n woman nnd leave no kindred
but her. husband, then he shnll inherit all her
0ing to there being n material dlffcrenco be
twixt tho English and Hawaiian versions this bill
was referred to a Select Committee. The gentlo
inen appointed were: Messrs. Widcniann, I'ilipo,
Aholo, Attornoy General and Nnkaleka.
Tho House adjourned nt 12:30.
On re-nbsembling at 2 p. ra., tlio Select Coim
initteo to w hour was referred tho bill concerning
holidavs for laborers reported nud presented n new
The discussion of this bill occupied tho whole
afternoon, nnd on a motion to indefinitely postpone
thu bill; tho Ayes nnd Noes wero taken with the
following result: Ayes, W. M. Gibson, J.
L Hush. E. Fretmi, Hon. C. It. Hishop, P. Knnoa,
Jnci. O. Dominia. A. S. Clechorn, J, P. Parker, J.
M. Kapena. J. Mott Smith, C. H. Judd. U. A. Wide
mann, P. P. Kanoa, L. Aholo, J. W. Kalua, 1.
Hauiin, J. Kanhane. D. 11. Naliinu, S. Aiwohi, J.
K. Knunamnnoh, W. H. llice, total 21. Noes, H.
Kuinelnnh-J. Kaae. E. K. Lilikalani, U. W. Lahi
lahi, F. Pahia, Frank Hrown, J. K. Mahoe, J.
Knluhi, J. Nakookoo, J. Knmukelc, J. Gardner, J.
M. Knuwila, G. W. Pilipo, J. Kauai, G. II. Pnlohau,
J. Nnkalekn, 8. K. Kupihea, A. Kaukau, total 18.
Total votes cast 30.
The House ndjdurncd nt 3:30 p. m.
Friday, Juno ICtb, 1882.
Minutes of tho previous meeting wero road and
From Mnkawao, that this Assembly will appro-,
printe $ 1,500 for erecting nstntuto of Kaniebnmebn
llEroliTB OF COMMITTEIS.
Pilipo, Chairman of n Select Committee of Nine,
reported on n bill introduced by the late Minister
of Interior relating to additional voting places in
certain districts, by amending Section 782 of the
Civil Code. In viow of tho sovcrnl amendments
approved of by the committeo they presented n
new bill on the subject, lteport ndopted and bill
passed to second reading.
The same member read n report on a
petition from Mnkawao regarding two members
for that district nud recommend that it bo laid on
tho tnblo to bo considered with the bill tho com
Knlun introduced n similar resolution to that
brought forward the day previous by Mr. Aholo.
Laid on the table.
Aholo read for thu first timo an net to increaso
the permanent settlement ou Her Mnjesty Queon
Dowager Emma, in the hum of $2,000 per annum.
On suspension the bill was rend n second timo
nud passed. Ordered to be engrossed nnd rond a
third timo on Tuesday next.
Minister of Finance road n report ou a resolution
calling for n statistical table of liquors in tho
hands of Chinese and imported by them during
the past two years. This elaborate report gavo the
iinmber of oases imported and tlio guarantees re
maining ou hand. On motion of Mr. CIcghorn it
was handed to tho press for publication.
Frank Brown read for tlio first time an net regu
lating tho importation aud sale of Bpirituous
Kamakelo rond fur the first timo an Act to
authorizo tho Minister of the Intorior to license
shoemakers, tailors nnd snddlenmkers.
Aholo moved nn nn amendment that vcudom of
all wares be taxed in a similar manner.
On motion tho bill wns Indefinitely postponed.
oniJKIl OF THE DAT.
'I ho consideration of thu Appropriation Hill In
Committee of tlie Wholo. Tlio followiug items
1 ncldeutnls Governors' Offices 600 00
Hooks nnd stationery for the registration
of conveyances , S00 00
Copying records of laud commission.,., 2,100 00
Hoad damngea., 16,000 00
Hoad tax unexpended, to be used districts
Where collected 37,759 03
Leper Sutlercout , 85,000 CO
Water supply for Knlnwao 10,000 00
Itenalra nud caro of Ouarantlno 2.500 CO
Custom House nud store Knhului 15,000 00
Custom ltouso nud stores Muhukoim,,,, 15,000 00
Custom Honso nnd stores Hilo 16,000 00
Maintenance of Insane Asylum 15,000 00
Itcimirs nud extension of Insane Asylum U,000 00
Government Survey 10,000 00
PER W. G. IRWIN,
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M-A fork, half 'jtrrcU; Kxtra family IKcr, llutici.
Fnr balu by IIUI.I.KH M CO.
Billiard Table For Sale,
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