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THE MAUI NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1917.
(Continued from Page Two.)
Territory of Hawaii: to regulate the
organization and government of in
surance companies and insurance
business; to provide penalties for the
violation of the provisions of this
Act; to provide for a fire marshal and
to define his duties; and to repeal all
existing laws relating to insurance
H. B. 110 As Act 116, entitled: "An
Act to amend Section 1204 of the Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, relating to
the revocation of licenses to practise
medicine and surgerv." Andrews. '
H. B. 171 As Act 117, entitled: "An
Act relating to the pay of, and serv
ices rendered by, second district mag
istrates, and repealing Sections 1753
and 1754 of the Revised Laws of Ha
waii, 1915." Brown.
H. B. 367 As Act 118, entitled: "An
Act to provide for the protection of
frogs and tadpoles." Wilder.
H. B. 384 As Act 119, entitled: "An
Act making an appropriation for re
imbursement to Capt. N. C. Neilson."
H. B. 391 As Act 120, entitled: "An
Act to provide for the appointment of
a commission on game and fisheries."
FIFTY-SECOND DAY IN HOUSE
H. B. 457 Approprating $10,000 for
construction of pipe line to carry
water from ruhawai to Lualualel
Homesteads, Waianae, Oahu Fin
II. C. R. 31 Requesting congress to
amend Section 421, R. L. H., 1915, re
lating to right of purchase lease
Land Committee. Adopted.
Received From Senate
S. B. 63 Provding $60,z00 for ac
quisition of additional property for
Central Grammar, Normal, Royal and
' Kalihiwaena Schools, Honolulu Shin
gle. S. B. 119 Relating to construction
of roads to and through homesteads
and lands opened for residence or
business purposes Shingle.
S. B. 120 Authorizing City and
County of Honolulu to loase for cer
tain purposes portions of area com
prised within limits of Tuunui Park
S. B. 139 Relating to primary elec
S. B. 140 Making appropriation for
control, suppression and eradication
of diseases known as anthrax and her
morrhagic septicemia Coney.
S. C. R. 16 Requesting congress to
provide ways and means for dredging
Kalihi channel (Shingle) Lands.
S. C. R. 17 Memorializing congress
to authorize Territory to ratify agree
ments of certain persons made with
commissioner of public lands and to
issue patents to those eligible under
terms of said agreements Baldwin.
Passed Second Reading
H. B. 456 Authorizing counties
and city and county to regulate by or
diance smoke nuisance Miscellany
Passed Third Reading
H. B. 223 Relating to salaries of
magistrates and clerks of district
courts, Oahu Ahuna.
H. B. 371 Empowering warden of
territorial prison and sheriff's to carry
Into effect identication systems of
criminals and criminal suspects Jar,
H. B. 372 Providing for establish
ment of systems of identification of
criminals and criminal suspects Jar
rett. H. B. 385 Relating to public utility
corporations and the assignment and
transfer of their franchise and prop
H. B. 392 To provide for the Insti
tution of certain payments to prisoners
for reproductive work done by them
and to appropriate moneys therefor
H. B. 413 Relating to right of pur
chase leases Kula.
H. B. 443 Relating to reports of
county and city and county auditors
H. B. 444 To permit registered vot
ers while on military service to exer
cise the right of suffrage when absent
from the precinct in which they are
H. B. 450 Directing accounting offi
cers of Territory to make certain al
lowances to Honolulu Rapid Transit &
Land Company in estimating amount
or income due Territory under terms
of company's terms Jarrett.
II. li. 455 Appropriating $5000 ad
ditional for excercises of present ses.
slon of house of representatives
S. B. 52 Making appropriations for
departmental expenses for biennial
term beginning July 1, 1917 Shingle.
S. B. 83 Appropriating $560 for the
relief of E. M. Watson Chillingworth.
B. B. 85 Relating to dentistry-
S. B. 88 Relating to the employ
ment of prisoners on public works
S. B. 100 Permitting territorial
treasurer to make best terms obtain
able on premiums for official bonds
S. B. 101 Creating territorial in
surance fund for payment of damages
by tire and under the workmen s com
nensation act Shingle.
S. B. 102 Reimbursing Kahului
Railroad Comnany in the sum of
$722.41 for expenses incurred in con
nection with pilot services, Kahului
Failed on Third Reading
H. B. 419 Providing additional pay
for circuit judges out of territorial
treasury Andrews. 12 ayes and 14
S. B. 92 Forbidding any officer or
employe of Territory to retain Bpeclal
counsel out of territorial funds with
out approval of attorney-general
H. B. 196 Making appropriation for
water pipe line to Lualualei Heme-
steads. Wainae. Oahu Mossman.
H. B. 211 Creating revolving fund
to provide for advanced education
H. B. 278 Relating to close season
for game birds Andrews
H. B. 359 Exempting army officers
from payment of taxes on automobiles
H. B. 373 Increasing salary of
chairman and executive officer of
County of Hawaii board of supervisors
H. B. 379 Relating to right of pur
chase lease Tavares.
H. B. 395 Relating to school books
and supplies, giving free use of these
to children of destitute Lyman
Signed By Governor
II. 13. 318, as Act 121 Entitled:
An act to prevent, suppress and eradi
cate bovine tuberculosis and to pro
ide for the indemnification of owners
of cattle destroyed under the provi
sions of this act." Miles
FIFTY-THIRD DAY IN HOUSE
II. C. R. 32 Requesting treasury de
partment to insert in contract for con
duction of federal building, Honolulu
provision requiring employment of
persons who are citizens of United
States or are eligible to become such
H. C. R. 33 Requesting congress to
amend Organic Act relative to land
laws of Territory in respect to cancel
laton of homestead agreements and
forfeiture of lots Kula.
H. C. R. 34 Expressing deep appre
ciation of legislature to Delegate Ka-
anlanaole for his service to Hawaii
in congress Holstein.
H. R. 141 That items aggregating
$490,000 be inserted in loan bill for
Island of Hawaii belt road Lyman.
II. R. 142 Relating to roads to
lands of Halekou-Waikalukai, Koolau
poko, Oahu Fernandez.
II. R. 143 That land commissioner
Investigate Whether water of Haao
Springs, Waiohinu, Kau, Hawaii, is
being use by Hutchinson Sugar Planta
tion Company Kawaha.
H. R. 144 Directing superintendent
of public works to turn over to Na
tional Guard of Hawaii old oak desks
formerly used by house of represent
tlves Accounts Committee.
H. R. 145 Directing land commis-
loner to Investigate through bureau
of hydrography possibility of securing
water to be used for the benefit or
homesteaders, Waianae, Oahu Miles.
Received From Senate
S. B. 118 Making additional appro.
priation for completion of Oahu Pri
S. B. 132 Providing for sewer and
cesspool fund Ways and Means.
S. B. 136 Relating to the National
Guard of Hawaii Coney.
S. C. R. 18 Relating to apportion
ment of representation Castle.
Passed Third Reading
H. B. 388 Making appropriation for
relief of Capt. F. Mosher Lyman.
H. B. 410 Directing department oi
public instruction to establish nigh
school at Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii,
H. B. 412 Regulating appointment
and removal and fixing compensation
for Interpreters of first circuit court
II. B. 422 Appropriating $3000 for
investigating medicinal properties and
value of herbs and plants grown in
H. B. 424 Conferring additional
powers upon public utilities commis
H. B. 456 Authorizing counties and
city and county to regulate by ordi
nance smoke nuisance Miscellany.
S. B. 95 Relating to curbs and side
S. B. 107 Prescribing that actions
to recover possession of land or make
entry thereon must be initiated with
in ten years after the right to bring
such actions first accured Chillingworth.
H. B. 44 To regulate hours of labor
in territory Kupinea.
Signed By Governor
H. B. 133, as Act 122 Entitled "An
act to amend Section 2068 of the Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, relating
to pedlars" Jarrett.
H. B. 406. as Act 123 Entitled: "An
act to appropriate the sum of five
thousand dollars ($5000) for repairing
and widening the Pall trail lending to
and roads within the leper settlement
at Kalaupapa, County of Kalawao, Mo-
lokai' Brown. - ....
S. B. ll.as Act 124 Entitled: "An
act to amend Section 2801 of the Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, relating to
a B. 117. as Act 125 Entitled: "An
act. to amend Sections 226 and 228 of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1915, re.
lating to the enrollment of persons
subject to military duty" Baldwin.
Prizes For Inter-lsiand plying
Representative Marquez has intro
duced a bill in the house appropriation
$1000 for the purchase of 7 medals to
be given to the ilrst aviators wno
make sustained flights between the
NOTICE CONCERNING FIREARMS
On the sixth day of April A. D.,
1917, Woodrow Wilson. President of
the United States, issued a proclama
tion which reads in part as follows:
(1) An alien enemy shall not have
in his possession, at any time
or place ,any fire-arms, weap
on or implement of war, or
component past thereof, am
munition, maxim or other si
lencer, bomb or explosive or
material used in the manu
facture of explosives;
An alien enemy shall not have
in his possession at any time
or place, or use or operate
any aircraft or wireless ap
paratus, or any form of sign
alling device, or any form or
cipher code, or any paper,
document or book written or
printed in cipher or in which
there may be invisible writ
ing; All property found in the pos
session or an alien enemy in
violation of the Joregoing re
gulations shall be subject to
seizure by the United States.
That pursuant to the above all per
sons subject thereto, which includes
all persons owing allegiance to the
Emprror of Germany, shall forthwith
and within forty-eight (48) hours here
after deliver to the undersigned Unit
ed Slates Marshal, or to persons duly
authorized by him to receive the same,
all articles included in the above.
That in those parts of the Territory,
other than the Island of Oahu, the
time of delivery is hereby extended
to Saturday, April 28th, 1917, and all
of the last named islands the several
sheriffs are authorized to receive and
receipt for said property on behalf of
WITNESS my hand this 19th day of
April A. D., 1917.
Signed J. J. SMIDDY,
United States Marshal for the
District and Territory of Hawaii.
"The spelling-book's all wrong, ma
ma! It don't look right for a little thing
ike a kitten to have six letters and a
big cat to only have three." Yonkers
FORMER MAUI BOY WEDS
Many Maul friends of the grooms
family have been interested In the
marriage of Mr. W. L. S. Williams,
son of J. N. S. Williams, formerly
superintendent of the Kahului Rail
road, and Miss Martha Tuliock, or ko-
hala, which was celebrated in the
bride's home town on Saturday, April
14. A. E. Parmelee. of Puunene acted
as best man at the pretty ceremony.
The wedding took place in St. Au
gustine's church, the officiating clergy
man being F. W. Merrill, of Honolulu,
Following the ceremony an elaborate
reception was held in the Kohala So
SMALL CROWD SEES
By a score of 4 to 3 at the end of 11
Innings of hot play, the Mauia won
last Sunday's game from the Stars
The game is said to have been one of
the most exciting seen in Maul for a
long time, but it was witness by
very poor crowd. Another game is
scheduled for next Sunday, which
should be better attended.
Those Who Travel
Per str. Mauna Kea, Apr. 20 Mr.
and Mrs. II. Gooding Field, A. Enos,
Mrs. J. Ferreira, Miss Ferreira, M.
Rocha, Mrs. R. C. Bowman, Mrs. O. J.
Whitehead, Miss Whitehead, F.K.Mac
Donald, T. B. Lyons, T. B. Lyons, Jr.,
Amos Mazotta. Sister Leopoldina, Mr.
and Mrs. Pfafilo, I. J. Hurd, Dr. Sea
man, Dr. Bell, Dr. Ludy, G. W. Patter
son, Y. Ting, O. Kiashima, G. Horita,
R. Sasaki, Mah Sing, Wong Hin, M.
Corderin, Mrs. H. Kaleoall, Mrs. K.
Per str. Mauna Kea, April 23 L. W.
de Vis-Norton, B. D. Slegman, Geo. S.
Raymond, Dr. J. C. Fitzgerald, W. A.
Chan. J. Medn, S. Saito, Talahashi,
Mrs. L. Palia, Mrs. S. Takabashi, Itao
ka, Taniguchi, Tamashiro, Akamichi,
J. R. Coplho, Jr., Thomas Dunn, Mrs.
O. Yamada and two children.
Newest.Coolest Motel in Hawaii
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TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
MOONEY TO GET ANOTHER TRIAL
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23 Superior Tudee Griffin todav an
nounced that he will ask the attorney-general to confess error in the
Mooney trial and ask for a new trial.
This is presumably because of the affidavit of one of the erovern-
ment witness against the labor bomb-plotters that she was approached
with an intended bribe by F. C. Oxman, star government witness in the
trial of Mooney.
GERMANY PULLS DOWN THE BLIND
NEW YORK, April 23 A pall of silence has fallen over the Cent
ral Empires accentuating the reports of grave internal troubles.
Despite assertions m the German press that the Berlin strike, involv
ing 300,000 people, is over there is evidence that the agitation is continu
ing. The Tageblatt admits that members of two munition unions have
refused to return to their plants.
following reports that Count Tisza, premier of Hungary and the
foremost exponent of the policies of the Dual Monarchy, has resigned,
all information of conditions at Vienna and Budapest ceased. No more
te'egraphic reports are allowed to come out.
The Socialists and radicals of both empires have been drawn closer
by recent events, and inflammatory language is being used with an im
punity inconceivable in the earlier days of the war.
MEXICAN ASSEMBLY EXPRESSES TRUE FEELINGS
EL PASO, April 21 At a session today of the Mexican chamber of
deputies American Ambassador Fletcher was greeted with a hostile de
monstration by the delegates, being hissd by the assembly, while signal
honors were accorded German Minister Von Eckhardt.
Six delegates escorted the Teuton minister to a seat while the as
sembly went wild with enthusiasm, the ovation lasting thirty minutes.
uLRMAJM KAlDliKS KEULSliD
LONDON, April 21 The British admiralty announced today that
two, and possibly three, German destroyers were sunk on Friday night
during a raid on Dover. A flotilla of five war vessels formed the attack
One hundred and hve German sailors were picked up after their
ships were destroyed. Two Dover patrol boats fought the raider and
escaped undamaged, with few casualties.
TO ADVERTISE BOND SALE
WASHINGTON, April 23 Secretary McAdoo, head of the treas
ury department has definitely decided upon a gigantic advertising cam
paign to place before the greatest number of people in the country the
"bonds which the government intends to issue to meet the need for funds
to carry on the war. He wished to dispose of the five billion dollars is
sue as quickly as possible.
It was announced yesterday that the secretary has already received
assurances from all quarters of assistance in his plan for an advertising
campaign. It is likely that more than 150,000 different places will be
used as stations for the sale of the bonds which most likely will be placed
upon the market about June 1.
THE FAMOUS DANISH PIANIST
WILL GIVE A PIANOFORTE RECITAL
At the PAIA COMMUNITY HOUSE on
Thursday, May 3rd, at 8:30 P. M.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
MAUI MUSIC CLUB
MRS. LOUISE CHISHOLM JONES WILL APPEAR AS
VOCALIST ACCOMPANIED BY SCAVENIUS.
PROGRAM WILL INCLUDE WORKS FROM BRAHMS CHOPIN,
GRIEG, SCRIABIN, WEBER
"Moonlight Sonata," Beethoven
(By Special Request.)
THIS WILL BE THE FINAL APPEARANCE ON MAUI OF
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