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Till WKnKLY HII.0 TRIIIUN8, H1U), HAWAII, TUUBDAY, MARCH 28, 1905,
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.Mrnxiirrs Which lit'glshituri'
WKDNKSHAY, M AllCM 15'lMt.
Senate Hill 05. to provide for the
making of public repot ts by Winks,
trust companies and building and
loan associations, not to apply to
banks incorporated under the laws
of Uawaii, passed third rending by
the following vote: 12 to 3, Hrown,
Hewitt and Woods voting nguinsl it.
The Depositary bill passed third
reading by the unanimous -vote of
House bill 43, to designate the
pay of laborers on public works,
did not have such a .smooth course.
Bishop moved to add "and 25
cents" nfter "one dollar." Achi
renewed nn amendment lost the
previous day to make the pay $1.30
a day in Honolulu.
The amendments wetc rejected
on n show of hands and the bill
pased by a vote of 1 1 to 4.
The bill to repeal the Wide Tire
Act was tabled by the adoption of
the committee's report, 7 to 4 on
the show of hands.
By unamnimoits vote the Senate
adopted the report of the joint
committee, passing the House
amendment to Senate bill 35, mnk
ing the Registrar's fee for search
ing 25 cents for each year searched,
as before, instead of 75 cents as
the Senate made it.
THURSDAY, MARCH 16TII.
The order of the day came on the
third reading cf Senate Bill 28, pro
viding punishment for persons im
personating officers of the Board of
Health. It passed without dissent.
Senate Bill 63, providing, for the
creation of masters in chancery and
probate, passed third reading, with
no dissenting vote.
Senate bill 74, providing for the
appointment of Boards of Prison
Inspectors with power to parole
prisoners and recommend them for
pardon, This is the so-called
prison parole bill. Passed without
The proposed county act came up
during the morning session of the
Senate and after considerable dis
cussion was made the special order
for 2 o'clock every day until dis
Senator Paris moved that Hawaii
be made into one county, as there
was not enough money" raised an
nually in West Hawaii to support a
separate county. He said the
income from West Hawaii amounted
to $40,000, which would barely pay
county salaries. Senator Palmer
Woods said to create two counties
for the Island of Hawaii meant to
hang the people of West Hawaii.
Achi asked whether the voters were
in favor of one county. "No,"
said Woods, "They want two
counties, but they have not figured
upon the cost. It is up to us t
use our best judgment, and I shall
not vote for the bill providing for
two counties for Hawaii." On a
further plea of Paris, the amend
ment carried, making Hawaii one
The bill was (aken up section by
section, and a chapter at a time
passed as drawn up by the County
Act Commission. A discussion
arose as to salaries of supervisors,
and upon a tie vote President Isen
berg cast the deciding vote in favor
of reducing the salaries from $600
Senator Dowsett, Kalama, Brown,
Achi and Gandall were appointed
members of the joint committee
from the House to visit the leper
settlement and report on conditions
FRIDAY, MARCH I7TH.
Aside from the consideration of
the County Act, there were few
other matters of importance (Joining
up in the Senate.
Achi raised the legal point of the
right of the legislature to fix salar
ies for all county officers.- He
maintained that under a section of
the net already passed, each county
was n body coi porntc nud nobody
outside of the people of that county
hnd any right to fix the salaries.
His motion to strik;j was not sec
onded, and the Semite proceeded to
pare down the salaries of county
officers all nlong the line.
SATWIDAY, MARCH 18TH.
The county bill was the principal
subject of discussion in the Senate,
nmeudmculs being made to such nn
extern thnt the House will scarcely
recognize the original measure.
Adjourned at noon.
MONDAY, MAltCIt 20TH.
The Senate finally waded
through the County Act nud pas
sed the title on second reading.
The measure itself was not passed
because ccrinin parts cf it relating
to assessors nud the collection of
taxes nre still in the hands of the
Dowsett special committee. The
question- whether salaries shall be
paid or fixed by the legislature or
by the various county boards of
supervisors and other minor points
upon which the Senators had
doubts is referred to the Judicary
Committee. When this committee
reports the Senate will tnke the bill
up ngnin and dispose of it on the
TOKSDAY, MARCH 2IST.
Aside from two fruitless efforts
to move nn executive session to
confirm Governor's recess npoint
menls, only routine matters oc
cupied the attention of the Senate.
Senate bill 41, the forest reserva
tion bill, was read- for the fourth
time and passed, only Knlama vot
ing agasnst it, and he changed his
vole. Dowsett nud ' Woods were
Senate bill 91, the prison parole
bill, on third reading was deferred,
Dickey, the introducer, being de
sirous of having n consultation
with the governor upon it. v
The Senate refused to accede to
the amendment of the Conference
Committee on House bill 43, fixing
the rate of pay for laborers at $1.50
instead of $1.00.
Senate bill 69, the pawnbrokers'
license bill, was read for the third
time, there being no dissenting vote.
WKDNF.SDAY, MARCH I5TH.
At the afternoon session, before
going into committee of the whole
on the Taxation bill, Ilolstein's
bill to repeal the $10 tax for selling
salmon, passed its third rending.
The bill introduced by Cox to.
nmend the laws of 1896 relating to
internal taxes next came up. It
provides for compensating each
deputy assessor by paying 5 per
cent on the amount collected and
that assessors shall be paid such
compensation ns the legislature
may from time to time designate.
The bill passed by 29 to 1.
THURSDAY, MARCH 16TH.
The House went into committee
of the whole on the taxation bill.
The bill went through pretty much
on the lines submitted, but the
two per cent taxation clause was
knocked out, in favor of one per
cent impost. An amendment, a $25
per annum tax on automobiles and
$1 on bicycles carried.
FRIDAY, MARCH I7TH
In the House, the Committee on
Public Expenditures made a report
severely criticizing the Superinten
dent of public Instruction and his
administration. After a secret in
vestigation of the vouchers and ac
counts of the department, the com
mittee found grave irregularities.
Services have been paid for services
greatly in excess of their value, the
vouchers being indorsed over to the
Assistant Secretary and Schoof
Agent. It was shown that one
person furnishing labor and materi
al received only one-half the sum
charged for the work. Without
attempting to fix the responsibility,
the committee recommends that the
subject be referred to the governor.
Sheldon's bill to amend section
1703 of the Revised Laws to qualify
legal practitioners in district courts
to practice ns attorneys nt law in
circuit courts and in circuit courts
on appeal, juy waived was passed
by a unnnimotis vote.
Andrade's bill relating to costs of
court was presented for third rend
ing. The hill provided for costs of
25 for cases before the Supreme
Court or justices of that court ex
cept in cases of habeas corpus.
Passed by 1 9 to 11.
The third reading of Andrade's
bill to provide procedure for parti
tion of real property among tenants
in common, including owners of
hui lands, was indefinitely post
poned. Lewis's bill relating to the
widows' election of dower was de
feated by 21 to 5.
During the morning session there
was n ptotractcd di'bate on Smith's
bill to provide 'or the filing of bonds
in appeal cases. The bill was
rushed through third reading sev
eral days ngo, but was afterwards
brought back from the Senate for
reconsideration. Smith inserted nn
amendment making the application
to District Courts in which suits for
not more than 5300 could le
Long opposed the lifil vigorously,
as did n number of members, on the
ground thnt the bill would if passed
hamper the poor man in his con
stitutional right to n trial of his
cause by jury.
Audradc made n strong speech in
favor of the bill. The bill was de
feated by 18 to 9.
SATURDAY, MARCH l8TH.
The only business of importance
was the passage of the Qtiinn Sun
day observance bill, giving a more
libernl Sunday than the present law
permits. The bill passed by a vote
of 22 to 8 and goes to the Governor
for npprovnl. Adjourned nt 12:20.
MONDAY, MARCH 20TH.
Apart from the third rending of
the bill to tnx social clubs $200 per
annum the proceedings ofjhe House
were anything but exciting.
The administration liquor bill was
introduced by Holstcin. It is a
measure that has been carefully
drawn after consultation between
the Governor and the various par
ties at interest.
Senate bill 46, relating to' pro
ceedings for recovery of land, passed
third reading, and Senate bill 34
providing for plans and surveys of
land iti the Registrar's Office was
deferred for further consideration.
"This is my spiders' school,"
said the young woman, and with a
little stick she brushed a few webs
from the wall. "Not much to look
at it, is it? Only n dozen rows of
wine bottles, a great many spiders
and a great many webs. I make,
nevertheless, a little money out of
"Spiders' webs nre in demand
among surgeons and among the
makers of certain astronomical in
struments, the surgeons using them
to stop hemorrhages with, nud the
instrument makers using them on
certain very delicate instruments
instruments wherein, strange to
say, n human hair would not take
their place, because a hair is neither
fine enough nor durable enough to
serve the required purpose.
"Besides selling the webs, I also
sell the spiders. A corrupt class of
wine dealers buy the spiders. These
men put them among bottles of new
wine. I train the spiders to weave
on bottles only I tear down webs
woven anywhere else and it is
amazing how quickly these well
schooled pupils of mine will cover
a case of port or claret with cob
webs, giving to the wine nn apperr
auce of great age.
"Six spiders in n week will add
two years to the aspect of n dozen
bottles of wine. Hence you will
readily see how valuable the ugly
little creatures arc to wine mer
chants of a certain type."
WlrclcHs to ruuninn.
San Francisco. A representa
tive of a wireless telegraph company
is here arranging for the installation
of a plant for communication with
Panama by a direct coast route and
by way of the cast via Denver,
Kansas City, Chicago, New York,
Key West, Porto Rico and Cuba.
Following this direct communica
tion will, it is said, be perfected be
tween this city, the Philippines,
the orient nud the Hawaiian Is
lands. An effort is now being
made to secure the sites for the ne
cessary stations in this city or in
Whooping CoukIi In Jumulcu.
During the epidemic of whooping
cough which was prevalent in Ja
maica, Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy was freely used. Mr. J. Riley
Bennett, Chemist at Brown's Town,
Jamaica, says of it: "Icnnnot speak
too highly for this remedy. It has
never failed in a case where I have
recommended it and grateful
mothers are daily thanking me for
advising them to use it." For sale
byHilo Drug Co.
A. B. C. BEERS
In proof of litis we call attention to the .statement
below. It is an expicssion by an eminent authority.
It speaks for itself:
Oi'i'icic ok Statu Analyst
. CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
Bkkkki.ky, July 18, 1904.
Dr. N. K. 1'ostkk,
Seorctniy State Hoard of Health.
I have examined sample inntktd "A. 11. C. Beer," St.
Louis, received April, 1904, and repoit ns follows:
This analysis was made at the rOptest of the "Hit.iuiRT
Mhrcantilh Co.," the sample having been bought by me in
open market. The beer was in a good state of pieservalion
nud was clear nnd sparkling. The chemical analysis showed
that it was froo from aclultoration, artificial pro
sorvativos and Impurities.
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R. 1. GrXJRI,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
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