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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, APRII, 6, 1917.
(Continued from Page Two.)
H. B. 300 Regulating earring of
baggage or freight upon molor cars or
trucks used for transportation of pas
S. B. 58 To pay claims against Ter
S. B. 60 Appropriating 10,000 for
roads through Kapaa Homesteads, Ka
S. B. 64 Publication of notices of
hearing for liquor licenses.
Third Reading Deferred to April 3
H. B. 164 To compensate Francisco
H. B. 245 Relating to eminent do
Signed By Governor
H.B. 161, as Act 40, entitled: "An
Act to amend Section 28S of the Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, as amend
ed by Section 2 of Act 92 of the Ses
sion Laws of 1915, relative to duties
of deputy sheriffs." Walsh.
H. B. 235, as Act 41, entitled: "An
Act. to amend subdivision 1 of Section
3090 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii,
1915, relating to the fees of the regis
trar of conveyances." Silva.
H. B. 237, as Act 42, entitled: "An
Act to amend Act 132 of the Session
Laws of 1915, to fix the school budget
for the biennial period beginning Jan
uary 1, 1917 Marques.
S. B. 69, as Act 43, entitled: "An
Act to amend Sections 1 and 2 of Act
166 of the Session Laws of 1911, pro
viding for public improvements, as
amended by Act 170 of the Session
Laws of 1913 and Acts 39 and 193 of
the Session Laws of 1915, and to re
peal Section 4 thereof." Shingle.
THIRTY-THIRD DAY IN
H. C. R. No. 6 Authorizing com
missioner of public lands to open
lands "to feed Hawaii" (Kelekolio)
Referred to Agriculture.
H. J. R. No. 3 Providing for an edu
cation survey by the United States
Commissioner of Education (Cooke)
Approved by Education and passed.
S. B. 77 Increasing salaries of all
Hawaii county officials and deputy
Passed Third Reading
S. B. 65 Providing for the computa
tion of income for taxtion Shingle.
H. B. 202 To prevent malicious In
Jury to or removal of books and other
articles from libraries Andrews.
H. B. 214 Designating land at Pil
honua. South Hilo, as grounds for a
county building Lyman.
H. B. 215 Designating government
land at Waiakea, South Hilo, a public
H. B. 311 Relating to punishment
for receiving stolen goods Joseph.
H. B. 314 Relating to banking cor
porations Ma rques.
THIRTY-FOURTH DAY IN HOUSE
H. B. 368 Appropriating $20,000 for
roads to and through the homestead
lots of Waiau 111 In Piihonua, Hilo,
Hawaii Finance Committee, substi
tute for Lyman's H. B. 57.
H. B. 369 Declaring and designat
ing a certain tract of Government
land in Hilo as a public park Silva.
H. B. 370 To forbid the selling or
dealing in the capital stock or other
securities of foreign corporations by
persons non-resident of this Territory
until such persons shall have subject
ed themselves to the jurisdiction of
Hawaiian courts and laws Andrews.
H. B. 371 Empowering warden of
territorial prison and sheriff of poli
tical subdivisions to carry Into effect
identification systems of criminals and
criminal suspects Jarrett.
H. B. 372 Profiding for establish
ment of systems for identification of
criminals and criminal suspects Jar
rett. H. B. 373 Making salary of chair
man of board of supervisors of Coun
ty of Hawaii $3300 a year Kelekolio.
H. B. 374 Relating to property ex
empt, amending Section 1246, R. L.
H. R. 93 Demanding that commis
sioner of immigration, and Governor
report by what authority they author
ized feeding of so-called indigent per
H. R. 94 Relative to report of Lieut.
W. C. Whitner, U. S. A., bearing on
National Guard of Hawaii Holstein.
H. R. 95 That item for $50,000 be
inserted in loan bill for two-story con
crete building for Territorial Market
ing Division Fernandez.
H. R. 96 That item for $500 be in
serted in appropriation bill for plans
and specifications for Territorial
Marketing Division building Fernan
dez. H. R. 97 That item for $10,000 be
inserted in loan fund bill for girls' de
tention home In Hilo. Kelekolio.
H. R. 98 Relating to "no-seating
accommodations" 1 of Rapid Transit
cars at certain hours of the day Ke
lekolio. H. C. R. 19 Requesting congress to
permit territorial legislature to legis
late relative to public lands Hol
stein. H. C. R. 11 Requesting congress to
require that federal appointees in Ter
ritory shall be bona-fide residents
thereof nprior to appointment Hol
stein. II. C. R. 12 Indorsing Chamberlain
Bill relative to universal military
H. C. R. 13 Favoring introduction
of Chinese labor in Hawaii under cer
tain restrictions Holstein.
H. C. R, 14 Relative to protection
for birds, animals and vegetable life
on Islands of Manu, Popoia, Manana
and Kaohikaipu, Oahu Wilder.
H. C. R. 15 Relative to conserva
tion of food supplies Kelekolio.
Passed Third Reading
H. B. 152 Fixing school budget for
biennial period beginning January 1,
H. B. 328 To construct homestead
roads through Waiohinu Homestead
roads, Kau, Hawaii Kawaha.
H. B. 57 Appropriating $20,000 for
bridge and automobile road through
Waiau III Homesteads, Hilo Lyman.
H. H. 3C8 lntrodured by Finance Com
mittee as substitute.
H. B. 213 Providing site for Waia
kea fire station, Hilo Lyman.
H. B. 330 Relating to cemeteries
and other places of like kind Kele
kolio. Signed By Governor
H. B. 134, a Act 44 Appropriating
$8500 for purchase of cemetery site,
Alae, South Hilo Silva.
S. B. 74, as Act 45 An Act to
amend Act 90, S. L., 1913, making ad
ditional appropriations for permanent
improvevements and purposes In
cidental thereto, to be Immediately
available out of the general revenues
THIRTY-FOURTH DAY IN SENATE
S TV m?; Rplntititr in thn nlniifftiter
of swine and selling of pork Pache-
S. n. 10fi Tielatnir to tne nlaiiphter
of cattle and sale of beef Pacheco.
S. B. 107 Presrrihine that actions
to recover possession of land or make
entry thereon must be initiated with
in ten years after the right to bring
such action first accrued Chilling-
Passed First Reading
II. B. 151 Reculatine salaries of
county officials Ahuna.
II. B. 328 For homestead roads
through district of Waiohinu, Kau,
Referred To Committees
S. B. 77 Relating to salaries of
county opcials, Hawaii (Minority re
port by Makekau of select committee
of Hawaii senators) Ways and
S. B. 92 Forbidina any officer or
employe of the Territory to retain
special counsel out of territorial
funds, unless with the approval of the
attorney-general, except where such
officer or employe disagrees in good
faith with the attorney-general (Co
S. B. 93 Providing free sewers and
nrbage for Honolulu (Castle) Ways
s -r 94 Forbidding aeroplane
flights nnvwhere In the Territory, ex-
rent hv via tors in the emDlov of the
United States government (Coney)
S. B. 95 Relating to curbs and side
walks (Chillingworth) Judiciary.
S. B. 96 Relating to conaemnauon
of property by the city for streets
S B. 97 Relating to deputy snenns
S. B. 98 Relating to equity juris
diction (Castle) Judciary.
o Tl flfl Amending existing law as
to bond elections in such wise as to
remove presenting ambiguities (cas
a n inn Permitting the territorial
treasurer to make the best terms ob
tainable on premiums ior omciai
bonds (Shingle) Ways and Means,
a n im Onntlnar a territorial in
surance fund for payment of damages
by fire and under the wortmen s com
pensation act (Shingle) Ways and
Means. . . .
s. B. 102 Reimbursing the Kanuiui
i7oiivr,ori in th mim of $722.41 for
expenses incurred in connection with
oiiot service, Kahului, Maul (Coney,
at the request of board of harbor
commissioners) Ways and Means.
S. B. 103 Licensing an auioDus uno
from Schofleld via Shatter to Fort
Ruger, and from Puuloa to Shatter
a n iru Annronrlatine $3500 for
compilation and publication of TJ. S.
district court decisions, Territory of
Hawaii (Pacheco) Printing.
S. B. 32 Making district court po
lice fees government realizations.
(Baldwin) By Judiciary.
a n r a nirectinc the superin
tendent of public instruction to dis
play the National Flag in all class
rooms and making singing of the Star
Spangle Banner part of the morning
erercises In all pumic scnoois
S. C. R. 4 That irrigating water be
supplied free to the Maui county farm,
in order that it may become self sup
porting (Coney) Ways and Means.
Passed Third Heading
a Tl ra Amnrnnrintine S12.000 for
rebuilding Aiea homestead roads, dis
trict of Ewa, Honolulu ijuran.
a n Fimereencv aDoroDrlatlon
of $10,000 for maintenance of wharves
and oil pipe line, oanu ooney, ai re
quest of board of harbor commission
ers. H. B. 265 Reimbursing Castle &
Cooke, Ltd., for overcharges paid in
connection with berthing of Tenyo
Maru and Shinyo Maru nawaua.
THIRTY-FIFTH DAY IN HOU8E
H. B. 375 Providing revolving fund
inr nneration and maintenance oi
Territorial Marketing Division Agri
culture committee, substitute for H. B.
H. B. 376 Relating to Holidays
H. B. 377 Making special appropri
ation for payment of unsettled claims
inder Act 65, laws oi is uruwu.
ii n 370 Authorizing Secretary of
Hawaii to make final disposition of
Hawaii Building at Panama-Pacific
H. n. 380 Relating to right of pur
chase lease Tavares.
H. B. 381 Relating to salaries or
liatrict magistrates and certain clerks
- Tftv Arcs.
H. B. 382 Relating to expenses cir
cuit courts, support Juvenile depend
ti TV assAnnronriatlng J100.00U
as special fund for benefit or relief of
umilies of certain members or nauon
1 Cuard of Hawaii Kelekolio.
u rv 984 Providing for Dleblsclte
by submitting to qualified electors of
Territory question of whether importa
tion, manufacture and sale of intoxi-
iting liquors shall be prohibited by
w, and calling for special session of
iviulntnrn tn pnaft such law in case
plebiscite shall decide in favor of pro
hibition Andrews, suDBiuuie ior o.
, 33 tabled.
TT J Tt 7 Anoroorlatine $10,000
frr rnniiomnnl inn and Betting aside Of
Kalaepohaku as a cemetery Judiciary
Committee .substitute for H. R. 40.
II. C. R. 16 Sustaining President
In action taken In regard to German
atrocities Kelekolio. Referred to
H. R. 99 That item for $3600 be
Inserted in appropriation bill for
Juvenile Court, Hilo.
H. R. 100 Providing for Increase
of pay of Harry T. Mills, from ten to
fifteen dollars a day, from April 3 as
clerk of house Judiciary committee.
Referred to Accounts Committee.
Passed Third Reading
H. B. 164 To compensate Francisco
H. B. 209 To amend law providing
for parole of prisoners Andrews.
H. B. 354 Incorporating City and
County of Honolulu, and providing for
the government thereof Judiciary
Committee, substitute for Andrews' H.
H. B. 158 Provldng cash revolving
fund to be used as working capital for
Territorial Marketng Division Wil
H. B. 177 Making appropriations
for roads in County of Hawaii Ly
man. H. B. 194 Reconstruction of road
from Kalapana to Kapaabu, Puna, Ha
H. B. 255 Relating to imposition of
water rate penalties Kelekolio.
H. B. 277 Relating to permits for
hunting with firearms Andrews.
II. B. 316 Providing for collection
of delinquent taxes and repealing cer
tain sections of existing tax laws
H. B. 327 Relating to marriage
H. R. 40 Relating to Kalaepohaku
Cemetery Miles. H. J. R. 7 introduc
ed by Judiciary Committee as substi
tute. S. B. 33 Prohibiting importation of
intoxicating liquors into Territory and
to prohibit manufacture and sale of
such liquors Senate Committee of
the Whole substitute for Chilling
worth's S. B. 5. II. B. 384 introduced
by Andrews as substitute.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
WASHINGTON, March 30 Ambassador Riano at Madrid, tele
graphed state department : "Revolt quiet. Level-headed workmen and
effective measures quelled revolt."
LONDON, March 30 British sea losses in January, 26 ships. In
February, 66; March, 55.
HAVANA, March 30 Six hundred Cuban rebels surrendered with
equipment consisting of 30,000 rounds rifle cartridges and 20,000 rounds
for machine guns.
WASHINGTON, March 30 Orders issued calling out six addi
tional batteries national guard in various states and their enrollment in
federal service. Forces to strengthen Panama Canal.
One of first measures next week to be taken up by Congress will
be army appropriations bills.
President today held what is expected will be last cabinet meeting
before session. It is general opinion he will ask for an open declaration
NEW YORK, March 30 Temporary embargo placed on American
Telegraph & Telephone company's system for government use.
WASHINGTON, March 30 Following cabinet indications are
that administration expects Congress to declare that a state of war exists.
AMSTERDAM, March 30 Reported German navy minister von
Capelle is satisfied with submarine campaign. Total tonnage sunk in
February 781,500 tons. Increasing number of submarines.
WASHINGTON, March 30 Navy department ordered 100 steel
rope submarine nets for earliest possible delivery.
BERLIN, March 30 Count von Westarp, conservative, said he
awaited decision of America with complete calm but Stresemann, liberal,
said a declaration of war by America possible only because American
public opinion has been misled.
Dr. Raymond before Senate committee is hot. Insists his business
should not come up in marketing investigation. "Legislate as you see
fit. Cut marketing division out, but let me alone."
Kluegel selected as engineer to conduct pier probe. Will examine
original plans and specification, and check up reports of three engineers
named by harbor board.
Court decides case of Hilo Meat Company vs. August Antone, that
city ordinances are not binding on territorial officials. Quarrels des
sents. Mikahele introduces election of sheriffs and deputies.
LONDON, March 30 British captured Rayaucourt, eight miles
east of Bapaume.
BERLIN, March 30 Four attacks by Canadians in Neuville, St.
Vaast sector, were repulsed.
War office admits further retirement of German forces from Peron
ne Fins Road.
PARIS, March 30 Fighting suspended on French front following
withdrawal of Germans.
WASHINGTON, March 31 Believed congress will be asked to
appropriate for army million men.
Aliens seeking to take out first of second naturalization papers will
be offered every facility.
LONDON, March 31 British captured important junction town
Fins now within shelling distance Cauzeau Court where main German
trench line is supposed to run.
NEW YORK, March 31 James W. Gerard at aero-club dinner
impressed members they exert themselves. United States about to em
bark on serious encounter. Said he believes Germans in the United
States will be loyal to America. Urged universal training.
CHIHUAHUA CITY, March 31 Villa beaten and his army cut
up in attempt to capture city. Villa barely escaped and left large portion
of army behind dead, wounded and prisoners. He attempted with 3500
cavalry to attempt to surprise garrison. A hidden battery mowed down
rebels and then General Hernandez charged broken ranks. 350 dead
and wounded, 500 prisoners.and much munitions captured.
HONOLULU, March 30 Learned instructions to navy are that
German ships can not go to Pearl Harbor. At present it is unsafe to
anchor them outside. Otherwise Clark may help civil authorities,
ling American flag was fined $25.00 and ordered to wear flag con
spicuously on coat till end of war with Germany. '
HONOLULU, March 31 Report from authentic circles about the
capital says governor received word from Washington to be ready to
mobilize National Guard on Monday.
Full battalion of regulars coming down today. Will camp in capital
grounds, patrol water front and keep watchful eye on German ships.
WASHINGTON, March 31 Senator Stone admits today that war
is probable. Said he would vote against it but will support president
in event of war.
British vessels Snowden, Range and Crispen, submarined, with
out warning. The Crispen was torpedoed in engine room and five were
killed including one American. Several are missing. Four killed on
LONDON, March 31 British in Mesopotamia captured six towns
north of Bagdad. British gaining rapidly in north of France. Captured
today five villages, Hoeudi Court, St. Emilie, Marteville,-Vermand and
WASHINGTON, March 31 United States asks for bids on fifty
small fast patrol boats to be used as submarine chasers by the navy.
HONOLULU, March 31 Bills for botanical garden and play
ground at Waiakea, tabled.
County building Pihonua public park Waiakea second.
NEW YORK, April 1 British are still advancing. Have captured
more than twelve villages.
Berlin states that infantry attacks were repulsed and that attempts
to storm lines at Mttz Couture failed.
Fighting yesterday was general between British and Germans in
vicinity of Arras and St. Quenten. Heavy losses on both sides. French
made large gains north-east of Soisson.
NEW ORLEANS, April 1 Grand Exalted Ruler Ritcher of Elks,
telegraphed urging passage of resolution advocating national prepared
ness and pledges of support to President.
KANSAS CITY, April 1 Joseph Glabasnia, convicted of tramp-
HONOLULU, April 1 Forbes takes quarters in harbor masters
office. Will remain until tomorrow.
Railway and harbor board threaten suits against each other be
cause ships are at railway piers.
Haoles win half mile relay race. Decided by AG points.
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