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Harvey spoke against the raise on
tho ground that the Governor had
not recommended it.
Chilllngworth believed Hemenway
to be a good lawyer and disposed to
do right. Also ho considered that
tho salary should be $500. Yet
he thought the motion now made to
be In bad taste. The salary should
have been considered before action
was taken on the appointment. He be
lieved Hemenway worth $500 a month
all tho same.
Smith withdrew the motion.
The high sheriff's salary passed at
$225 a month, that of deputy and
cleric at ?iuu and deputy warden 'ier- Fairchild moved to Insert $10,001)
ritorlal prison at .$125. for a wharf and shed at Hanalel. Car
The items of $38,000 for guards and rled.
lunas of Territorial prisoners -and Baker asked If the Item lust car
$4800; deputies, clerks, etc, $24,000;
expenses, $2000. Kauai and Niihau:
Assessof ($200), $4S00; deputies,
clerks, etc., $14,000; expenses, $1500. - - incidentals (pilots), $1000;
This point was arguel without urther deferrctl unt11 completion ,'n's Hosnltnl S24 000
agreement and Auditor Fisher was of the bill on second reading but the
mint, evidently as a sly piece of irony messengers, expenses, $90,280. Total,
on tho Inflation of the bill. $100,280.
The emergency fund Item of $75,000 ' Keeper powder magazine ($75),
Queen's Hospital, $24,000.
Clerk to have charge of clerkB of-
vote money for exterminating tho rat- called In, who in answer to questions action was reconsidered. Mooro flcei act ag cage,. ana bookkeeper,
killing mongoose after having voted save the opinion that, according to thought it too much, to which Fair- at $175 a month, passed before under
$15,000 for killing rats in Honolulu the law, tho deputies should be paid cbild agreed, saying it was originally circuit Courts, was transferred on
ever, tnat some deputies nan ueen re- reduction was made.
celvlng compensation on pay rolls. items for the College of
Smith concluded that the law would were inserted, subject to striking out
justify the Auditor In paying tho de- ater.
puties either way. - Robinson's amendment to tho tax
Fairchild moved to defer the Items 0rnce Items was also adopted on tho
until the Senate had the attendance samo condition.
and entitled Clerk
Hawaii . ment.
and Hllo. The planters wanted tho oy commission, lie was aware, now- $50,000 but raised by the House. The motion of Coelho to Supreme Court
mongoose to keep down tho rats. It
was a derogation of dignity on the
part of tho Senate to vote money Jor
killing mongoose. He was a chicken
raiser in Hamakua and only oc
casionally did tho mongoose get
away with a chicken. Moreover, Goa
made the mongooso and It was not and advice of Attorneys
for man to kill the little animal. and Kinney. Carried.
Qulnn replied that the mongoose 1 The ,tem o ?15-000 for Pa'ro11 and
was now inbreeding with the rat. On expenses of the College of Agriculture
teh Island of Hawaii a child had been and Mechanic Arts raised another
so badly bitten by a mongoose that controversy, as to whether the Item ed, the following wero passed at tho
It ,jie(j nouiu go into wis dm or in appro- sitting:
Woods knew that in Hamakua the PrJatlni fr he Department of Agrl- Superintendent of Public Works,
mongoose bred with the rats. They 1cu'tur,el. and forestry. Commissioner of Public Lands and
also fed on carrion nful of ruts. ' Coelho c,a,med lt wns to Iate to Surveyor ($41G.CC 2-3), $10,000; engl-
The Item passed.
Tho committee rose and recommen
ded that Senate bills 49 and 132 be
laid on the table and that House bill
74 as amended pass second reading.
Besides Items above specifically not-
provided for these objects
than In this bill.
Smith disputed tho contention, say
ing a resolution of the ways and
means was pending which would ac-
elsewhere neers, architects, draftsmen, clerks,
stenographers, sub-agents, rangers,
At 4:55 the Senate adjourned until
10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
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The committee rose and reported
SCHOOL FUND COMMISSION.
Robinson presented a Joint resolu
tion for the appointment by the Gov
ernor of a School Fund Commission
of three members, "who shall thor
oughly examine and Investigate tho
methods of raising and apportioning
school funds elsewhere and who shall
consider ways and means for the re
vision and betterment of tho meth
ods now employed in this Territory
for such purpose." Its members are
to serve without pay but $250 is ap
propriated for expenses, and the com
mission Is to report to tho Governor
not later than July 1. 1910, with rec
ommendations and such bill or bills
as may be deemed necessary. It passed
Recess from 12 to 2 p. m.
Kalama, with Coelho seconding, in
troduced a resolution favoring an
amendment by Congress of the Or
ganic Act to increase tho salary of
the Governor to $10,000 a year.
Appointments by tho Governor
named in his latest message on that
subject were considered.) All were
confirmed except Worth O. Aiken, the
Maul members of the Board of Edu
cation, his case .being deferred on mo
tion of Robinson.
THE APPROPRIATION BILL.
Consideration of the appropriation
bill was resumed in committee of the
whole, Knudsen In the chair.
Coelho moved to restore tho Item of
$750 for industrial training under tho
Board of Education.
McCarthy said ho was opposed to lt
at first but having seen tho school
exhibit at tho Armory was now In
favor of it.
Woods and Baker followed with a
llko good confession. Tho item pass
Qulnn moved to Insert a now item
of $2500 for exterminating mongoose.
A law was passed last session for tho
purpose but no money was provided.
Coelho said the mongooso was in
rled did not open the door to other commodate this item.
similar items. There were petitions
from Kona and elsewhere In that be-
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The item was deferred.
Under Public Works, Fairchild pro-
half. He moved to insert an item or posed a classification of Items in con
$3000 for school agents. formlty with the proposal to combine
Fairchild quoted Supt. Babbitt as with that department the department
saying that if the schedule of teach- of Public Lands and the Survey De
ers salaries was adopted the school partment.
agents could bo left out. When the Qulnn doubted tho feasibility of
care of school houses was given to combination while favoring the eco
the counties there would bo a clasn nomy lt would secure.
of authority If the school agents weri Smith said that under the mon
retalned. - 'archy all three of the bureaus in
Smith favored the motion, enlarg- question wero under the Minister of
lng on the value of the office. Robin- the Interior. To combine tho offices
son defended It. Moore said the ques- did not appear to to forbidden by tho
tion was settled the other day and Organic Act. t
if they kept on as they were doing1 McCarthy thought that tho sense ot
they could not properly handle the the Senate should 'bo taken on tho
finances of this Territory. (question of combination without rer-
Baker drew a picture of neglect.of erence to salary times. Ho moved
the schools anji tho children If there that the Public Works, Land and 1
were no school agents. Harvey could Survey departments bo consolidated
not understand the thing at all, this under tho Superintendent ot Public
taking up Items that had been laid Works. Carried.
down. I Makekau began questioning the
The Item was lost. 'schedule but was told ho did not un-
Woods moved to Insert $1200 .for derstand the action Just taken,
maintenance of quarantine horso and . Fairchild. spoke of the advantages
wagon in Hllo. Carried. of tho consolidation, particularly in
Coelho moved to insert $7000 for an eliminating divided counsels of chiefs
armory at Lahalna. where tho three services dovetailed.
McCarthy believed an armory help- At present If one had matters io ad
ed the militia. At tho same time they just with all of them th9 business
had only a certain amount ot money, would ibo liable to consume his life
He moved to postpone tho Lahalna time.
armory two years. Carried. Tho schedule was then voted on
Moore interrupted further attempts and passed as given below,
to move new Items by suggesting that On maintenance, repairs and addi-
ine cuairman procceu wmi cauing lions, uoeino moveu io raiso me item tit
tho deferred items. With all the skip- for Maul from $1000 to $2500. Fair- ft.
ping about thoy would never get child had tho greatest admiration for j
through with the bill. the honorablo .member's avidity on U
Deferred items for prison guards behalf ot Maul but did not think hs M
and maintenance of prisoners passed should hypnotize them all the time. jrt
as in the House bill. I Passed at $2500. In
Robinson moved $125 for clerks in An item of $1000 extra for pilots,
Auditor's office, a raise ot $12.50 a drew fire from Qulnn and Supt. otM
month. Hammers wero out all over, Public Works Marston Campbell was
the house and the motion, failed. called in, who explained that lt was
Robinson moved an amendment to wanted to provide for sick leavo and
Item of $49,200 for deputies and vacations. Ho also answered ques
clerks, dividing the items as follows: tions on the gunpowder man, etc., put
Deputies, Oahu; $4200; commissions toy Moore. Ho retired with a vote or
of deputy assessors and collectors,' thanks moved, seconded and carried
of Boston, Massachusetts.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Let's Jump on It."
Maybe it's lost, an' if wo capture it allvo we'll git a reward.'
troduced to exterminate rats In the.nculu
cane, but it had turned round to des
troy chickens instead. Aa represent
ing tho small farmers of Maul he fav
ored extermination of tho mongooso.
Kalama did not think this the pro
per bill for tho item. Smith suggest
ed that tho conservation act was tho
, Makekau thought 'it stultifying to
clerks and Interpreters, Ho- by tho chair.
$20,000; incidentlas, Oahu.j McCarthy moved for a raise of tho
$C000. The mover argued that com- ( Diamond Head watchman from $05 to
missions could not be paid out of a $75 a month. Carried.
lump appropriation for salaries. Mooro was responsible for creating
Tho remaining itemB ot tno scne- tho ofllco (if keeper of the powder ma
dulo given and passed later aro these: gazluo. i
Maul: Asessor ($200), $4800; coromls- ChllllngJ.-orth moved the Queen's
slons of deputies, etc., $10,300; clerk Hospital Bern, making a speech.
and interpreted $1200; expenses,) KaTam'afl moved to insert $100,000
$1000, Hawaii: "i Assessor ($200), for tho. construction of a government
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