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THE WKfiRtV Htt.O flftittUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, APRIL 35, 1905.
The steamers of this line will nr
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uiider: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma April 12
Alameda April 21
Ventura May 3
Alameda May 12
Sierra May 24
Alameda June 2
Sonoma June 14
Alameda June 23
Vcntutn July 5
Alameda July 14
Siena July 26
Alameda August 4
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda April 26
Sierra May 2
Alameda May 17
Sonoma May 23
Alameda June 7
Ventura June 13
Alameda June 28
Sierra July 4
Alameda July 19
Sonoma July 25
Alameda August 9
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the County Act, so ns to cut out
county assessors nnd leave the col
lection of tnxes in the hands of the
Territory. Rend first time.
The following bills passed third
Senate Bill 113, amending the
Revised Laws with reference to
Scnnte Bill 114, repealing certain
sections of the Revised Laws relat
ing to the same matter as 113.
Senate Bill 117, allowing visitors
nt Leper Settlement at all times,
came up on third rending. This
bill stops junkets, no more than 50
permits can be issued at any one
Senate Bill 118, to provide for
the sale of mortgaged stocks or
Senate Bill 1 19, to amend the Re
vised Laws providing for the re
cording of judgment decrees by
Senntc Bill 151, to appropriate
$10,000 for a county election.
House Bill 107, to regulate costs
in equity cases.
House Bill 153, to keep misde
meanants separate from the felons.
House Bill 169, the horseshoers'
bill, on third reading, was amended
to reduce the license fee to $5 per
year, and passed, McCandless vot
ing against it.
SATURDAY, APRIL 1 5.
Action came on the Governor's
veto of the Hilo High School bill,
the bill passing over the veto by a
vote of 14 to i, Senator Dickey of
Maui opposing the measure.
Senate Resolution No. 5, the
joint resolution to give the Catholic
church the right to hold lands, was
read for the third time and passed
Senate Bill 2, the local option
bill, was next on third reading.
The bill passed.
Other bills passed on third read
ing were I
Senate Bill 126, the Achi bill to
make the new part of Oahu jail a
prison for misdemeanants.
Senate Bill 135, to protect the
public from automobiles, ameded
so tnat tne amomooue arivers or
owners shall be compelled to pass
an examination as to their fitness.
House Bill 94, providing for the
widow's election of dower, passed,
McCandless alone voting against it.
House Bill 146, for establishing
fire departments at Wailuku and
MONDAY, APRIL 1 7.
Senate Bill 139, the Dickey bill
amendatory of the County Act, pro
viding that the assessment and col
lection of taxes shall remain with
the Territorial officials passed.
On third reading Senate Bill 138,
the Dickey bill, providing money
for the maintenance of counties,
was given to the Ways and Means
Committee for correction.
Senate Bill 122, the emergency
appropriation bill, came upon third
reading, and Paris moved an
amendment appropriating $1000 for
the care of indigent sick of the Ter
ritory. The amendment was ac
cepted. Various other amendments were
added, among which was one by
Achi providing an appropriation of
$1300 to pay expenses of the late
County of West Hawaii.
Senate Bill 134, to repeal certain
sections of the penal code, passed
third reading, only McCandless
voting against it.
House bill 1 8o, raising the legal
rate from 6 per cent to 8 per cent,
was killed on second reading by the
adoption of the committee report.
TUESDAY, APRIL II.
Karly in the afternoon Holsteiu's
bill to provide for the issuance of
certificates of Hawaiian birth passed
Andrade's bill to give the court
discretionary powers in the segre
gation and confinement of jurors in
civil and criminal cases passed.
Fernandez was excused from vot
ing on the ground that he did not
understand the bill.
Andrade's bill to provide proced
ure for the division of real property
among co-tenants was indefinitely
Harris's bill to amend and re-
snry of filling nniinal statements of
their affairs came up for third read
ing but no conclusion was reached
011 the matter.
The Governor's veto of House
Bill 7, to provide a term of court
at Waiohinu, was overriden by a
vote of 23 to 6.
Smith's bill to appropriate $15,
000 for the erection of a hospital
in North Kohala, passed third
reading by 26 to 2. Wntcrhousc
and Knuilto were opposed.
Wntcrhousc introduced n resolu
tion for the appropriation out of the
loan fund of $15,000 for the acquisi
tion ond establishment of a wireless
telegraph system between the Is
lands. WKDNUSDAY, APRIL 12.
Senator Dickey's osteopathy bill
passed third reading after being
explained to the Hawaiian members
that in translating "osteopathy" as
"lomilomi" the translators were at
Harris's bill respecting relief of
private corporations from the neces
sity of filing annual statements of
their affairs with the Treasurer,
came up for third reading. The bill
was deferred until Monday on
The Military Committee reported
on the petition from Hilo asking
for a sum for the aid, support and
maintninance of the Hilo baud. It
recommended the consideration of
the petition with the appropriation
The Governor's veto of Senate
Bill 39, relating to marks on bottles,
cases and packages, was sustained,
as was the veto of Senate Bill 67,
relating to the trespass ot animals.
THURSDAY, APRIL 13.
The Governor's veto of the Coun
ty Bill came up for consideration.
Aylett made a strong speech in
which he asked how long the poo
pie were going to stand being ruled
with an iron hand by one man. It
was time for the people to assert
themselves and show the Governor
that government is for the people
and by the people.
The previous question, moved by
Cox, prevailed and Coelho closed
the debate. '
Smith, of Hilo, was absent when
the veto was called and the House
was kept waiting while a search
was being made for him.
The motion to override the veto
passed by 27 to 3. The three were
Kaniho, Pali and Pulaa.
The Governor vetoed Senate Bill
57, relating to estrays.on the ground
that the provision making trespass
by animals on government land
not fenced, pratically legalized the
grazing of animals on government
PRIDAY, APRIL 14.
The Governor sent in two more
vetoes, one of House Bill No. 103,
inccrcasiug the pay of jurors from
$2.00 to $2.50 a day, and of Senate
Bill 23, providing for a high school
for Hilo. Action on both vetoes
The following passed third read
ing: House Bill 148, to repeal the Re
vised Laws relating to the manu
facture of pol.
Senate Bill 100, to allow the Board
of Health, with the consent of the
Governor, to make regulations res
pecting nuisances, sources of filth
and causes of sickness.
Senate Bill 7, relating to appeals
from decisions, judgments, orders
and decrees from the Court of Land
Registration to the Supreme Court.
The House concurred in the Scu
te's amendments to the House Bill
Senate Bill 74, relating to the
appointment and duties of prison
inspectors, passed third reading.
SATURDAY, APRIL 1 5.
Saturday was a short session.
The attendance was small and no
matters of importance comiug up.
The Public Expenditures Com
mittee reported unfavorbly on the
resolution reducing the price of the
Revised Laws from $10 to $5. It
is stated that the cost of the book
to the government is $7.96.
The Education Committee re
ported unfavorably on the bill to
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BitRKKLUY, July 18, 1904.
Dr. N. K. Eostkr,
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I have examined sample marked "A. B. C. Beer," St.
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This analysis was made at the request of the "HiLiiURT
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