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MONDAY, MAY 24, 188G.
REMOVE THE POI FACTORIES.
"As regards poi factories," the
Hoard of Health " favors their re
moval from within the city limits',
ami the establishment of a central
factory at some health and desira
blu location outride the limits, on a
similar plan to the laundries." and
suggests the makirn; of provision for
effecting this object. A portion of
this idea that which relates to re
moval from city limits i not new,
neither docs the Hoard claim that it
is. but puts itelf on record as favor
ing the measure, and we hail the
announcement with satisfaction.
The subject was discussed by this
paper four years ago, and recently
by our daily contemporaries. It is
one of those subjects on which there
can be no two opinions among thoc
not interested in the poi business. A
poi factory, as ordinarily conducted
by Chinamen, and of which there
are many within the city limits, is a
public nuisance. The taro kins
and the water in which the taro is
washed putrify. and emit a disagree
able and pestilential odor which im
pregnates the sin rounding atmos
phere for a considerable distance.
To near neighbors it is a perpetual
discomfort and a menace to health
and life. Kvcn in passing streets
where factories exist, their presence
can be detected by the olfactories
without the use of vision. They cer
tainly should be treated as common
nuisances, and as such excluded
from city limit-. Public comfort
and public health demand it. Sum
mary action, although justifiable on
the sound principle of " the gi cutest
good to the greatest number," would
undoubtedly entail a measure of
hardship on some poor and indus
trious people. Hut this would bo
provided against by adopting the
Hoard's suggestion to establish " a
central factory at some healthy and
desirable location outside thu city
limits," where the present manufac
turers would have the option of
carrying on their business. The
abolition of wash houses in the city
and the establishment of a central
laundry instead, were strongly ob
jected to by interested parties; but
the new order had not been long in
operation when those very parties
discovered that their own interests
had been served by the change. No
doubt, a similar discovery would fol
low the suggested change in legard
to poi factories. It is hoped the
Legislature will take action in the
matter, and adopt tlio Hoard's ic
SIXKTKKXl II HAV CONTINIT.D.
Fiiidav, May 21st.
On the committee of the whole
resuming at 1 :10,
Hep. Knulukou moved that tho
committee rise, report pi ogress and
ask leave to sit again. His reasons
were that tho steamer W. (1. Hall
was going away this afternoon, and
it was necessary for the Judiciary
Committee, deliberating 011 the I
North Kona election, to send neces- (
sary papers by that vessel. Carried.
The Assembly accoulingly re- I
sumed, when the repoit of the com
mittee of the whole was presented I
and adopted. '
Hep. Kaunainano then stated that I
it would be uecussary for the coin- !
niittcc to have the attendance of .
certain persons as witnesses. j
Minister Neumann said it would I
he necessary for tho house to pass ,
a resolution for that uurpoie, and
presented tho following, which car- 1
Wed, "Hesolved, that the Committee
on Judiciary be authorized to send 1
for documents and subpicna wit-
nesscs in the matter of Mr. J. K.
Nnhnle, whoso election is con- ,
Hep. Aholo moved tho house
again go into committee of tho 1
sjiilnry of Dl-trlcl Judge, Ilium.. $1,200
Hen. Hichardson moved to in
crease to $1,800. Ho said planta
tions lmd increased in the district,
-im i . .
so th t tho populntlon
nlluinented. A limn oil Jft!nniu
tiou git- () a month, uuiisuii-lv a
judge should get more.
Eep. l'licliauic tiioed the item
pass as In thu bill.
Hep. Dole asked whctlirr the
member loi Wniluku considered thu
pnsent ii.cnmbuit a credit to his
pOi-iiiou or not.
Hep. Hichardson did not know
that he was not. ,
Hep. Dnle rcmaikcd that the
member had said a good judge
could not bo got for 51,200, and
yet said that the judge receiving
that salaiy was a good one. lie
denied the charge that had been
made, that the Opposition weiefor
increasing the salaries of white men
and reducing those of natives, lie
himself had voted to leduco tho
salaries of white men and even in
troduced resolutions to do away
with some of them. The Ministry
had complained that the last Legis
lature had run away with the Appro
Minister Neumann asked the lion,
member where he got his informa
tion that the Ministers had com
plained that the last Legislatuie had
run away with the Appropriation
Hep. Dole said they had the
statements of the Government organ
and also the statement of his fiiend
the lion, member for Molokai that
the Minister of Finance made that
his election campaign. They also
hud the statement of the Minister
of the Interior thu other day that
some of the most important items
wcic left out of this bill to be put
in by the Legislature. Before they
got through the Appropiiation Bill
would amount to about S-1,000,000.
Now, where was all that money to
come from? He believed in hand
ing down to their succossots either
a small debt or no debt at nil. At
the theatre last night lie believed
that sonic of the native members
were demoralized by seeing the pet
former making money out of the
air. If that was tho effect, of the
jugglery on them, he hoped they
would not go to see Prof. Ander-on
Hep. Dickey told a story to illus
trate the foil' of appropriating more
money than the revenues of the
country would alford.
Minister Neumann did not know
as yet how he should vote, but be
lieved he should follow the recom
mendation of the Chief Justice.
But in the preachments that they
occasionally got for retrenchment
he found that the lion, member for
Lihue spoke sometimes of impres
sions, and, in that hcaich after
knowledge and truth which every
body had, he should like to ask the
linn, member what he meant as the
"Government oignn." Was it an
editor, a lawyer or a legislator? lie
asked if the house should hold the
Ministry responsible for what ap
pears in what the lion, member
called the "Government organ," or
in that newspaper which he (the
member for Lihue) conducted.
Hep. Dole asked where the Attorney-General
got his "impression"
that he was the conductor of a news
paper. .Minister JNctiinnnn said he re
ceived it where the lion, member
got his impressions down on tho
street. When had the Cabinet
made use of the expression that the
Legislature ol two years ago, of
which the lion, member's side was
the strongest, had run away with
the Appropriation Bill? He wanted
to know whether, in an argument in
this house, statements made in last
campaign arc to bu attributed to
other persons than those who had
made them. Cabinet membei.s had
never given utterance to anything
of tho sort. For the purpose of
holding tlicm responsible they should
have said something of the sort.
The statement was of a piece with
the information scattered broadcast
during the campaign that the Min
istry advocated a lottery scheme
and a ten million dollar loan, in
which there was not a particle of
truth, and which in political contio
versy should not be allowed. He
liked the lion, member for Lihue for
his personal qualities, but would
protest against his bringing in slurs
on the Cabinet at times when it is
not appiopriatc. The speaker had
no doubt the lion, member would
help his cause for the next two
years by that course he lmd already
helped it for the last two years.
The result of his tactics had been
such that in districts where his men
had been so good that they should
not have been beaten, they had all
Hep. Thurston rose to a point of
onier, as His Excellency was not
speaking on tho subject before the
Minister Neumann I thought you
would, Mr. Chairman, 1 did not
I know it was raining so lmrd that the
; member for Molokai should put up
his umbrella. (Laughter.) Ilow-
! ever, since the lion, member's feel
ings me so uncomfortable I will
Hep. Dole I feel somewhat at a
loss to answer tho rciiiniks of Ilis
Excellency, but it is more than 1
can do to see the application. As
the house has been indulgent to Ilis
Excellency in wandering, I should
like to have a similar Indulgence.
It is' generally supposed that when a
member of the Ministry makes pub
lic speeches on politics ho is repre
senting his associates. If the asso
ciateu of the Minister of Finance
should feel that hu was not repre
senting them, I think they have ex
pressed themselves now sulllciently
to show tjmt he was not. I hopo
the cniintiy will remember this and
that whin a member of the Cabinet
S oaks it will be undeisti oil that hu
is not spei king for in ybody but hlni
s If. The speaker wmt on to deny
that he was connected with any
newspaper, either in a llminiinl or
literary way, contiary to the repie
si'iiiation of a journal whose re
porter sat in the house and enjoyed
Hip. Knulukou said that it was
generally believed that the last
speaker was the gnat-grandfather
of the J'hc Ainu.
Hep. Dole did not know what the
uoii. member meant, hut be believed
that one member of the Cabinet was !
, , , , , . , .1
a stockholder and occasional con- 1
trilmtor to the columns of a ceitain I
Minister Gibson The concluding
remai ks of the lion, member for Lihue
claim some alteration from me, inas
much as he speaks of 0110 member
of the Cabinet holding stock in a
newspaper and assisting in the edi
torial department, t rise merely be
cause wo arc discussing "impies
sions." There are impressions that
the Minister of Foreign Affairs is so
engaged not only in holding stock,
but in venturing editorial assistance.
Now, I wish to say, for the inform
ation of the lion, member for Lihue,
that I do not hold one dollar of
stock in any newspaper in this or
any other country, and T do not
venture any editorial assistance, be
cnue I am fully aware that the
newspaper press of this city is con
trolled by very capable men. Not
in any way do I venture to direct
any editor in his work. I might
meet nu editor in the lobby or on
the street, ami in conversation offer
him a suggestion, but as for forming
his opinion I do not have anything
to do in that direction.
Hep. Castle 1 met the Attorney
General at the door this noon, and
he congratulated me 011 not having
opened my mouth, and I laughed
and he laughed, but after his in
vective this afternoon I am inclined
to think that he meant to be more
than jocular. It seems that he
means that it is no Use for the Op-
DOsition to say anything in this
lioti-e because the Ministry is in a
majority. Without going into the
line of discussion that the Attorney
General. Minister of Foreign Af
faiis and member for Lihue in
Minister Neumann That's not
right; I never indulge.
Hep. Castle I know you never
indulge in argument. This country
is in such a position that if we vote
all the money wanted for salaries
we soon shall not have enough to
pay even salaries. He proceeded to
discuss the chniges to be met for
debt and interest, while the taxes
would only yield 8700,000, and he
wanted to know on what basis it
was estimated that the taxes would
exceed those of last period. Every
particle of real estate had decreased
in value, the prospects of a rise in
sugar were, according to competent
authority, remote, and he asked
where uas the money coming from
to pay those increased appropria
tions." lie hoped the saying, "After
u the deluge would never have any
weight with members of the house.
AVhy should they not conduct the
business on the same basis as a man
of business would conduct his af
fairs? Did they now find the store
keeper, banker or planter at this
time of stringency increasing his
expenses? Although he dilfered
from the policy of the present Gov
ernment, he did not believe that it
had a desire to run the country to
death, and if so it should take the
same view of this matter as that side
of the house.
Hep. Knulukou agreed that they
ought not to pay salaries with bor
lowed money. But he argued at
length that a groat deal of property,
I such as mortgages, bank ami 111-
surancc stock, bank funds, etc.,
I was escaping due taxation. lie said
I the member for Wniluku (Mr.
Castle) had acted as a dry nurse to
the present law at a former session,
and he (the speaker) would have
opposed its enactment had he under
stood the matter then as ho did now.
A great deal of money, say S100,
000, could be raised by licensing
opium, although he thought it doubt
ful if the house would support a
scheme of that nature. It was held
that opium would destroy the people,
but there were a great many other
things destructive of the people,
and opium came in largely in spite
Noble Rhodes combated some of
thu previom speaker's arguments
about taxation. He said that some
of the species of pi operty described
would be taxed over and over again
in different forms in such a scheme
as that advocated. If money was
squandered as fast as it was icceived
the end would bu the bankruptcy of
the country. It would 'bo a bad
precedent to license the sale of
opium or anything that tho people
considered wrong in order to get
money. Unless bettor mom were
put in these olllces, the Increase of
salaries would not creato a better
impression, but with better men at
inei eased pay tho confidence of
foreign representatives would be en
hanced. The item passed as in the bill.
Snlni) nf DiMi let Judge, Lanal... 6000
Hep, Kaiikau moved to amend
to 8800. This was only the pay of
a plantation laborer, and tho judgo
had to pay 11 month's saliuy to get
over to Lanal.
Hep. Thur6ton said no fines wero
received from Liinai.
Tho item passed as in bill.
Subtly of Dl-tifot Judge, Molo.
Ills tutvcl 111: expend .
Sidais of DlMilci.Juduc. ) a..
Saliuy of Dlstilct Judge, W'l-
Salary nt Dlstilet .I.-iigc, "Will-
Sal.ir. of Dlstiki
Saliuy of District Judge, Koolnu-
poke- T $1,200
Hep. Knulukou moved to inciease
to 82,000. Carried.
Salary of BNtilut Judge. Ilnna-
Salary of Dlsti let Judge, Kawid
Salary of District Justice. Koloa
Sa,nr. of DUtrc, Justice, Wat-
Salary of Clerk, Second Judicial
Snlarj of Cleik, Thlid Judicial
Salary of Clerk, I'oiirlh Judicial
Expenses of Snpieinu Court
Expenses of Witnesses in Cilnil
Expenses of Second Judicial
Expenses of Third Judicial Cir
cuit Expenses of Fourth Judicial f'lr
Minister Neumann moved
sort, instead of the foregoing
items, one item as follows:
Expriws nf Circuit Courts and
Witnesses in Criminal
Puicliasc of Law Hooks....
Hep. Dole moved to
Stationery and Incidentals.... S3.000
Printing Hawaiian Reports.:. . . . 65,000
Rep. Dole, accepting an amend
ment offered by Hep. Kaulukou,
moved to amend as follows :
Printing Hawaiian Reports In
Hawaiian and English, and .
Compiling and Printing
Minister Neumann moved to strike
out Hie item, as the laws were pro
posed to be codified, and in that
ease would have to lie printed in
Rep. Kaulukou said they could not
have the code for two years, but in
the meantime they could have this
book, llti moved an amendment to
make it 84,000, with the addition of
the wonts proposed by Hep. Castle,
"under the direction of the Justices
of the Supreme Couit." Minister
Neumann having withdrawn his
amendment, that of Rep. Kaulukou
Pay of Clerk Police Court, II0110-
P.iy of ChlucM! Interpreter and
' Translator 3,000
Pav of Jle-senger of the Judiciary
' Dcpuitmciit 2,100
A discussion arose on the insertion
of an item to provide for the pay of
a Court stenographer, but all the
motions were withdrawn to await
the introduction of a bill promised
b' Minister Neumann,
committee rise, report.
ask leave to sit again.
On the Assembly
report of committee
Hep. Kaunainano moved the house
adjourn till 10 o'clock to-morrow
which earned at-1 o clock.
Satuuday, May 22nd.
House met, the President, lion.
.1. S. Walker, in the chair. Prayer
was offered by tho Row J. Wni
aniau, Chaplain. The roll was call
ed, and tho following members weie
entered present: Ministers Gibson
and Neumann ; Nobles Doniiuis,
Gleglioin, Rhodes, Knsie, Wilder,
Kiuioa, Walker, Martin and Maol'nr
lauc; Reps. Kcau, Bukei-, Knulii,
Amara, iiiown, Kaulia, Kaulukou,
I'ahia, Kaunainano, Nnlinlc, Naliinu,
Kauhnuc, Kalua, Kaukau, Richaid
son, Castle, Thurston, Paehaole,
Kauai and Palohau. Reps. Aholo,
Ilays.olden Wight and Dickey
finance committee wero excused.
Minutes of yesterday's sessions wero
read and confirmed.
Hop. Thuiston presented a peti
tion from Kaannpuli, praying that
thu election of Rep. Kaukau be set
aside. Referred to Judiciury Com
mittee. Rep. Kaulia presented a petition
with 2-R1 sitruntuics for an appro
priation of $75,000 for the improve
ment of tho road over tho Niiiuinu
Pull. Laid on tho tahlo to he con-
sideicd with a bill for the s-imo pur
pose. Rej). Dickoy picscutcd a petition
from the Deputy Sheriff of Maka
wno asking an nppiopiiatiou of &100
for repairs on tho jailor's house at
Pain. Referred to Committee on
Rep. Kauai presented a petition
from Vaimea, Kauai, that $2,000 he
appropiiated for tho extension of a
wlinif at Wainiea, Laid on the
table, on motion of Rep. Kalua, to
bo cousiduicd with tho Appropria
Minister Gulick reported from the
printing committee scveial bills
ready for distribution.
Rep. Richardson reported for the
Engrossing Committee, tlio bill relat
ing to tho challenging of jurors en
grossed, and ready for its third
Minister Gibson moved tho fol
lowing! Hf.soi.vi:!, That when the Assem
bly adjourns to-day, it adjoin n till
Tuesday, the 25th inst., nt 10 a. m.,
In OKiei' to nrnik tho upeet of this I
honoiahle body lor the annivcisaiy ,
of lliebiitlph.y of lb r Most Giat ions
.Majesty Vliti.r.u, Queen of Great
Biitain and Empicss of India.
Noble Rhodes ns'kcd leave of ab
sence for the remainder of the ses
sion, on aei otiul of his health. His
p.ir iamentiuy life dated back 10 ihe
year lf-50, and he had never shiikcd
his duty or n ked for lune of ab
sence until the present lime. Leave
Minister Gulick rend, In answer to
the resolution of the lion, member for
Molokai, a statement of the names
of tho persons who have been
awarded claims against the Govern
ment on account f property taken
for thu use of the waterworks at
Makiki, and the amount due each of
such persons with interest to dale
hereof. Thu appiaisers lllcd their
repoit January 24, IHSo, as follows:
John Sohnack, S'JOO; Rev. II. II.
Paiker, S500; Queen Dowager
Emma, S2,1!I0; Land of Opu, Sl.'t,
oOO; Estalc of Mrs. Bishop, SG30;
Maui, S455; Kainoa, 8350; Maka
liilii and AInpai, S l,22f ; Pun, 8050 ;
Nunui (w.), S'JSO; J. M. Herring,
S!3,U00 total, 821,(i70. By judg
ments of the Supreme Court, the
following additions have been made :
.Maui, 8243, and J. M. Honing,
82,700 total, S2,!)I5. In answer
to a question by Hep. Thurston, the
Minister said, "Those are the claims
Hep. Brown moved the paper bo
laid on the table to be considered
with the bill to be introduced on the
sii'nc subject by the lion, member for
Rep. Kcau gae notice of an act
to impose a duty on feilili.ers iin
norlcd fiom foreimi countries.
Miuister Gulick gave notice of
bills, (1) to amend ait. 2, Civil
Code, relating to internal trade and
commerce; (2) to regulate ap
praisers of road damages, and as
sessments of betterments in the
opening, widening and straightening
the streets and highways; (!!) to
establish the grades and width of
streets, sidewalks and highways in
the city of Honolulu: (I) to extend
the tcim of the Commissioners of
Boundaries; (5) to amend the act
appioved September 27, 1870, re
lating to stamp duties.
The same uic.ubcr by leave lead
a first lime the hill of which he gave
notice on a previous day, to regu
late the constiuction of buildings
in Honolulu, and moved a suspen
sion of the lilies to allow the bill to
be read a second time by title. On
motion of Hep. Blown, thu bill was
referred to the Committee on Fire
Rep. Kcau, by permission, read a
first tnnu a bill to provide a perma
nent settlement of S2,000 per annum
on Hon. AY. C. Parke, and moved
the rules be suspended, and the bill
read a second lime by its title.
Rep. Aholo said these suspen
sions of the mles arc apt to throw
bills out of their regular course.
The motion was withdrawn.
Rep. Kcau read a resolution that
the sum of 8 ISO be put in the Ap
propriation Bill to pay Police Cap
tain, illiam Tell, a balance due
him accoiding to the appropriation
of last two sessions, he having re
ceived less than the amount voted.
Hep. Blown moved the resolution
be laid on the table to be considered
by thu committee of l.'J, appointed
on the constables and police of the
Hep. Kcau moved a resolution
that the Minister of the Interior
order the east extension of Queen
stieet to bu repaired, and that Road
Supervisor Halt be. instructed to
proceed with such repairs immedi
ately. The lion, member said that
streets on which foreigners icside
are kept in good repair, while those
on which native Ilawaiians livcj are
habitually neglected. Laid on the
Rep. Castlo presented three peti
tions from residents of Wniluku,
(1) to have water pipes laid iu Wni
luku, Maui, and to provide cisterns
in Kahului ; referred to Committee
on Public Lands; (2) that no 810,
000,000 loan be authorized; and
(a) that no law be passed authoriz
ing the licensing of opium.
Noble Cleghorn read a resolution
that a committe of five be appointed
to visit the Government nurseries,
squares and parks, and report on the
same. The motion was amended
by adding that caniagesbe provided
the members of the committee.
The President appointed on the
committee, Reps. Hiown, Kauna
inano, Hnyscldcn, Kalua and the
Minister ot the Interior.
Rep. Kaunainano, by leave, intro
duced a bill previously given notice
of, to repeal the act passed 11th
Aug., 1N84, appointing HoadSuper-visors-in-Chief.
Hep. Lilikataui moved that the
propiietoiH of tho city newspapers
hitherto furnished thu members of
tho Assembly be paid for the same
at the rate of 10 cents per copy.
Referred to the Committee on Ac
counts. Committee subscqiiQiitly
reported, recommending that f
cents per copy be paid to the daily
papers, and 10 cents to the weeklies.
Minister Neumann moved to
amend, by including papers here
after supplied, as above, for the
Rep. Kmud gave notice of a bill
to amend sec. 510, of the Civil
Code, respecting duties on spirituous
The act to amend 6ee. 1, chap.
Continued on puge S.)
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Ladle are requested to call and cxamino my
New Stoclc ol" Millinery Ooocls,
just received, ox Zcolandia, amongst which aru somo of thn
Newest and Latest Styles of Hats, Italian Del Monte,
n fancy mixed Shell Braid and White Chip and Lace, fancy mixed Dixey and
Urcvbtoiiu, Leghorn Lain el and Arno, &o , &x.
Feather. Plumes, Flowers, Ornaments, Laces, Vclets and 1'luslirs in grout
vailcty; ulo, Straw 'trimmings,
All Work Guaranteed and at the Lowest Possible Prices.
KIRS. Jr LYONS, Proprietor.
CliBSBliroil laifastiirii ConiM's,
ViiNt'lliie Camphor !',
Vnnellno .'olit Cream,
VnHlltio Hnlr- Oil,
Vaseline Hwlu aincliliie Oil,
Hollister & Co.,
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& CO., Proprietors.
109 Fort Street.
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