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WHDNHSDAV, Al'KII. 5.
TIr Sennit spent much of llit?
tiny in tin delta to over House Hill
fi.5, piovidinn for equity of redemp
tion 011 liiortunKt'tl property. Ac
tion on bill w.'is deferred until Sat
Aelti introduced n resolution
uuikiuK inquiiy whether the Stan
dard Oil Company was complying
with Section 2625 of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii, requiring foreign
corporations to pay a license fee of
$150 n year.
The Osteopathy bill permitting
the practice in Hawaii, passed
third reading by a vote of 13 to 2,
brown and Kahuna voting no.
The wide tire bill, House Hill 113,
passed by a vote of 14 to 1, the lat
ter was cast by McCandless.
The House by letter announced
it did tint occur in the Senate a
mcndnicnts to the County Hill, giv
ing the names of a conference com
mittee of seven.
Dickey moved that a correspond
ing committee of the Senate be ap
pointed, which having carried, the
Presid ut named Dowsctt, McCand
less, Woods, Paris, Gaudnll, Dick
ey and Haysclden as the Senate
The various amendments to the
Tax Hill as made by the Senate and
House were referred to a special
committee with authority, if they
found it necessary, to draw up a
substitute measure covering the en
THURSDAY, Al'KIt. 6.
The joint conference committee
on the County Hill reported tfic bill
to the Senate with various changes
with reference to salaries of county
officers, and making Hawaii one
county, having seven super
visors. Achi argued that the con
ference committee had exceeded
their powers in introducing new
matter into the bill, in which objec
tian both Paris and McCandles
joined. A motion to refer the bill
back to the committee was lost,
and on motion of Dowsett the re
port was adopted by a vote of 8 to 7.
The vote on Dowstt's motion stood:
Ayes Bishop, Brown, Dowsett,
Haysclden, Hewitt, Lane, Wilcox,
Noes Achi, Dickey, Gandall,
Iscnberg, Kahuna, McCandless,
Dickey had voted with the ma
jority, but changed his vote
before the result was announced,
probably with a view to reconsidera
tion. The Senate concurred in the
joint resolution changing the name
of the capilol building to "Iolani
Senate Bill 104, the livery man's
bill passed third reading without
Senate Bill 107, repealing certain
sections of the Revised Laws, pas
sed third reading.
Senate Bill 108, also amendatory
of the Revised Laws, passed third
Senate Bill 109, amendatory of the
Revised Laws, passed third reading.
Senate Bill 77, making licenses
payable on July 1, passed third
reading, the Senate agreeing to the
Senate Resolution No. 40, call
ing for information relative to the
claims of British subjects against
the Republic ol Hawaii, was passed.
I'KIUAY, Al'KII. 7.
The order of the day was the
third reading of the Senate Bill 113,
regulating the drawing of juries,
and on motion the bill went to the
Revision Committee for correction.
Senate Bill 101, for perpetuating
testimony and keeping witnesses
out of jail, passed third reading
Most of the day was spent in
discussing the tax bill 102. Sena
tor Dowsett introduced a resolution
having in view the expediting the
work of the session (failed). Bishop's
resolution to adjourn to a specified
time at each session pased.
SATURDAY, Al'KII, 8.
The Special Committee on House
Bill 68, and Senate Bill 176, report
ed on the two measures. These are
the bills for the examination of
leper suspects nnd the committee
rejiorted that as the measures were
to the name purpose and as the
House Bill had already passed third
reading, it was recommended that
the Senate bill be table. Dickey
did not concur in the teport.
On the third reading of Senate
Bill 56, the act relating to the ap
pointment of district magistrates,
the bill passed.
Senate Hilt in, the act to provide
a boarding school for girls in Kona,
on third reading, was indefinitely
Senate Hill 116, to maintain!
boundary marks, on third reading,
passed, no vote being cast against it.
Senate Bill 120, an act mak'ng
appropriations for the Department
of Justice, passed without dissent.
This is the bill that covers the ex
penses of the Jones murder trial,
among other things, and carries to
tal appropriations amounting to
House Bill 156, providing for
the extension of terms of the Cir
cuit Courts, on third reading, passed
MONDAY, APRIL IO.
At the opening of the morning
session a petition was read from
thirty-four voters of Hilo asking
the leper suspect law be repealed.
It was referred to the Health Com
mittee. The order of the day was House
Bill 65, the equity of redemption
bill, on second reading. Somewhat
unexpectedly, the bill caused con
siderable debate. Paris and Bishop
opposed it. And then the bill failed
to pass 7 to s on second reading.
Senate Bill 47, the bicycle tax
bill, came up on third reading. It
passed, chi and McCandless vot
ing against it.
Senate Bill, 102, the personal
property tax bill, providing for ex
emption and rate to be charged
delinquents, was taken up on third
reading. The tax on automobiles
was raised to $20 and the motion to
tax ox-carts $5 carried.
The rice tax was reached, and
decision was agaiust levying a tax
on the growing crop. The 'bill
passed third reading, unanimously.
Senate Bill no, amending the
jury law, passed third reading with
On the motion of Bishop, the
Senate proceeded with the consid
eration of Senate Bill 48, the li
cense bill, and the report of the
committee introducing a new bill
was adopted. Later the Senate
scut the report back to the com
mittee. House Bill 103, providing for
raising the pay of jurors to $2.50
per day, was read for the third
time, and carried, 11 to 4, Bishop,
McCandless, Dowsett and Iscnberg
voting against it.
Senate Bill 115, the Insurance
tax bill, on third reading, was am
ended. The law, as drawn, makes
exemption if the losses amount to
more than the income from policies.
As it stands now all insurance com
panies must pay 2 per cent on their
gross receipts from all business
written. The bill then passed,
Achi, Dowsett, Iscnberg and Woods
voting against it.
And then the order came on the
second reading of Senate Bill 48,
which is the license bill. An effort
was made to put this through in a
lump, but it failed, and the bill was
taken up and considered section by
WUDNltSDAY, Al'KII. 5.
At the earnest request of a special
committee of the Daughters of Ha
waii, Speaker Knudsoii introduced
a joint resolution making the official
designation of the Capitol building
"Iolani Hale." The resolution
passed by a unanimous vote.
The Police Committee, to whom
was referred the "spit" bill, re
ported adversely, recommending the
indefinite postponement of the
measure, which was adopted.
The same committee also favor
ably reported 011 the "following
For a mounted patrol and patrol
wagon for Hilo, $2,500 (Smith).
Por construction of sidewalk curb-
SUITABLE FOR i
EVERY DAY I
Wc have opened a choice lot, such as :
Carved Swiss Woodwork
Italian Statuettes, Busts, Vases, etc,
German Music Boxes
" Steins "
Japanese Fancy Goods
Satsuma Ware, Vases, Cloisonne Ware
A new shipment of the favorites of Hilo
smokers j'ust to hand:
" La Planta
" El Belmont " Needles. Pcrfcctos, etc.
" Crcmo "
Call on us and inspect them.
H. Hackf eld & Co,
Waiantteuue Street, Hilo.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
When purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California 'Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
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prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
Waiakea Boat House HILO MARKET ft,
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WAIAKKA BRIDGE, HILO
HAVn- NOW A I'U'.KT 01'
and Small Boats
VOn I'UHMC HIRU
1 asicncers ami Imuc taken to nnd
from vessels in the harbor nt reasonable
rates. Launches mid rowboiits to hire
for private picnics and moonlight rides,
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Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the bteam en
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Bkidrk St. - lln.o, 11. I
Pacific Meat Marks!
Front St., Iluo, II. I.
Choice Cuts of
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J toola perfectly ground. Satisfac
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Fino Fat Turkoys.
. . Sucking Pigs.
Notjch Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the ".Mutson l.liic''
will be responsible for any debta coil
traded by the crew. R. l GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1 go 1 14.