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fiHE BEST PAPER to subscribe
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hoolnwu fiom the t.i-ation titiil judi
cial (listitct of ltilinlna to that of
iMinisler llrowii icpoitcd tlio
tivo eraion of the Report of
Mitiisluf of Interior iiriiileil
HMily for ilisliilnitioii.
Koblu Iseulieig gau notice of a
meeting of tlio education cunimll
tuuatll. Ilnekfold A, Co.'s olllco
Tursduy nioiniiiR til 1) o'clock'.
Hep. Hice read a Ihst time by
title Ilia hill to amend diopter 41,
laws of 1882, to icgiilulu the stile ol
Hep. Kancalii presented a lcsolu
tion for 8.r00 in pioyidc for four
stteet lamps at Waiiiee, .Maul. Laid
on tabic foi (oiiuideialiou willi Ai
Nolilu Widenianti lead n llrst lime
his bill lo limit, the liability of ship
owners foi violations ol tins opium
and lewnue laws.
Hep. Rosa nlfercd a icsoltitioti to
sippioptiute 3001) for a Incakwater
at Waialua, Oaliu. Laid on lable
for cotisideialion with the Appropii
Noble l'ua offered a resolution to
nppiopnate S:i()0() for widening the
load from Ihe Niulielewiii iiridgc as
tar as Wuipilopilo hill tweiitj-flvc
feet. Laid on table for considera
tion with the Appropriation Hill.
Hep. Kauhi ottered a icsolution
to appropi iate S.'iOO ' for making a
toad fiom Moannlua to Apnuikiaii,
Ewa. Also, S:i5()() for building a
bridge ovei ihe Wa'riwa stieam.
Both laid on table for eonsideialion
with the Appiopiiation Hill.
The House then proceeded to the
ouni.K ok Tin: dy.
Third reading of Ihe lull to trans
fer the care and custody of piison
eis fiom tlie Intel inr Department to
the Dcp.ulnient ot the Attorney
Gcneial. Minister Peterson moved, second
ed by Rep. Riekaid, that the hill
pass as read.
Rep. Hi own said the hill had al
ready passed thiid leading, but was
returned lo tile committee on revi
sion for coirection. lie did not see
thai it a8 necessary to pass it
President "Walker said the bill
was not certified by the secietaiy as
having passed, hut that it was le
turned lo the committee for coirec
The bill passed.
Consideiation of the Appioprm
tion Hill in committee of the whole
Rep. Paehaole in the chair.
iNrntiort uri'AurMi mi.
Salary of Minister, 10,000.
Chief clerk, S7000.
Rep. Baker moved SG000.
Rep. Rice moved it pass as in the
Rep. Rosa said he had moved to
raise the salaiy of the Cleilc of the
Supieinc Court to $7000 to make it
equal wit'i that of the chief clerks of
other dcpuitments. Ihe House had
voted his motion down with the as
sistance of the Miniblers. This sal
ary had hitliei to been 80000, but
this Reform budget proposed to in
ciease it by S1000. A Hawaiian
clerk such as that of the Supreme
Court bad a gi eat deal of extra la
bor on account of his knowledge of
Noble Maefailane was opposed on
general piinciples to increasing sal
uriea of olllcials, hut fiom his ex
perience in the liunnce committee he
could say that the chief clerk of the
Intel ior had more woik than any
other cleik. There was a perfect
system of checking in that depart
ment, brought about by years of
hard work by the present chief cleik.
The salaiy was none too much, and
he hoped it would pass as iu the
Rep. lvahookano supported re
duction of the item. He had no
doubt the lion. Noble (Maefailane)
was correct as to the work, but a
bill had just passed to transfer the
care of prisoners to another depart
ment, and another bill was intio
dueed to relieve it of the postal ser
Minister Brown agreed with all
that had been said about the
amount of work. He was sony the
Minister of Interior was detained at
home by his physician's order. The
Cabinet was willing to take the sense
of the House on the question, but ho
believed that the old salary of
StiOOO was suineient that is, that :i
competent man could he got for Hie
position at that amount.
Rep. Nawahl was iu faMir of io
duclion. Passed at SliOOO,
Salaries of assistant cleiks, $18,
400. Minister Brown moved the item
pass. There aie live assistant eierus
in the olllce on regular pay the
head one at 81000, two at S'IGOO
and two at $2100 each. Then 82,
400 is wanted for two junior cieiks.
Tlio live had all been some time in
Rep, White moved tlio item bo
lefened to a select committee.
Minister Brown did not see any
use in reference to a select commit
tee, as lie had the names of cleiks
and all about them right there. He
w as sorry to see a tendency in this
House lo usurp the functions of the
Executive. It was the duty of this
llnilKf1 It) )iiss IajVs for llio iuod of
lllc L'onnity, mid not it) yd Into
ovcty Government olllce in set! what
the clerks weio getting. Tills was
beneath the dignity of the Legisla
ture, and by and by( if il continued,
they would In spending half their
lime oxer (he pay of police in Puna.
Probably botne cleiks had friends in
this House who would try lo raise
their sahuies, but if a' cleik was
found going behind the back of the
MinMer ove. him, lo pull wites for
this purpose, it would not do that
cleik anv good.
Rep. lvahookano Riippoited infer
ence to a committer-. The House
had a light lo contiol the sahuies of
(ioNCinniPiil olllcials. The Custom
House clerks wete specified In the
bill, with the salaiy paid lo each,
and he did not sop why the Interior
clerks should not he also specified.
Minister Brown, in reply to Rep.
Rickard, said the two junior cleiks
were employed in typewriting, and
were being ti amed in the louline so
that they would be lit for promotion
to l hi clcikships.
Rep. While was of opinion that,
aflei the explanation by the Minis
tei of Finance, Iheie was all the
moie need for inquiiy. If the Gov
ernment li'id sfurted a school to
teadi youth punting oi typewriting
it wai soi.ielliing new. He had al
ways' uudei stood that the Govern
ment employed men In do its work
who weie lit foi it from the start.
Noble .1. M. Hornet considered
this a pioper matter for inquiiy.
There were several changes and a
consideiable increase. lie would
ask the Attoruey-Geneial if the bill
just passed tiansferring the caie of
ptisoneis would not entail additional
work on his dcpailmcnt.
Minister Petei son answeied that
it would, but the corps iu the Mar
shal's oltiee and the piison could
handle the additional work without
Noble Widemann agieed with tlio
Minister tliat it was not seemly fot
the House to interfeie with the pay
of eveiy cleik, but this itejn was a
different matter. He did not think
that, with the reduction of woik in
volved in legislation of this session,
llieie was any need for two new
cleiks at this da'. Tor himself he
was leady to pass the item with lite
exception of pay of two new clerks.
Noble McC.ii thy pointed out a
mistake that was being made. There
had not been two new clerks em
ployed, hut two boys helping in the
ollice had been paid out of incident
als, and their sei vices were neces
sary. The transfer of piison and
postal business out of the olllce
would not made more than an hour's
difference a week, as it is ail sub
mitted from those bureaus in a
finished state simply for the Minis
ters inspection and appiov.il.
Rep. Brown had no doubt of the
right of the House to vole money,
but il had not the light of going
into the Intel ior Dcpaitmcnt, in
dividually or collectively, to dictate
how the depai tmci.it is to be run.
The Miuistcis were lesponsible to
the House for the manner in which
they conducted their dcpaitmcnts.
Rep. Rosa thought the dilllculty
could be got over by getting the re
quired information from Hie Fi
nance Minister. It was absurd to
tell the native members that the In
tel ior olllce was being tinned into a
schoolroom. Those boys were 11a
waiians and that was the best way
to train llawaiians for public life.
He had served ten months in a pub
lic ollice without pay, and it was
pait of the best training he ever
Noble Widemann did not doubt
that the two youngsters just out of
school getting $j0 a month was a
Minister Brown The' have been
in the olllce two years.
Noble Wulcinanu The question
is net whether it is good for the
hoys, but whether it is necessary
for us. If it is necessary, let us
Rep. Nuwahi contended that the
Ilojse had the authority to deal
willi all salaiies including those of
the Ministers. If the pobition taken
by the Minister was correct, alt the
House would have to do was lo vote
83,000,000 for the public expendi
tures, and let the Ministers divide it
up to snitlieinselves. These boys,
he helieu'd, had been paid out of a
lump sum appropriated for extra
clerical hiic, and not out of inci
dentals as stated. If paid out of
incidentals, why not continue to pay
them nut of that fiuidl The appio
priatiou ot lump sums was au
evil. It permitted heads of depait
inents to practice favoiitism, such
as paying a white policeman 8C0 u
mouth, while a native policeman,
perhaps on the same beat, only got
81)5. The same thing was douo with
respect to the pay of teachers. This
was the oppoitunity of the Legisla
ture, as, after prorogation, niembeis
would have no control over the Min
isters. He understood that tlio
Ministers the other day said they
would work for the people, and he
was one representing a number of
the people who wanted this item in
vestigated by a committee. Minis
ters should not Rtiffen their necks
and say they were above control of
Rep. Waipuilani suppoitcd refer
ence to a commitce.
. Rep, Baker spoke on the same
side without interpretation,
The item passed.
Compiling Htaliulics of the king
Minister Brown asked that the
Item be defened till the Minister of
Interior was present. The late
Minister proposed to establish a
biUciuiof hlnlisllui, lull llila nniomil
for tlmt purpose was ridiculous. To
establish an ellleient bureau SU,
100 would he icquiicd.
Rep. Nuwahi said lint the nppin
priations for the depailiuent should
be deferred altogether until the
Minister could attend. Ho moved
the committcti rise and report pio
gross. Minister Brown uioNcd the Hem
be stuick out.
Rep. Maupies asked if this was
not a tnihlake, if il did not mean
compiling tlio census, as this wao
Txfisjislcr Brown No; an item for
the ceisits is proposed in the Hoatd
ot Kdtic'ition appropriations.
Rep. Nawahi thought the House
would gain time by adjoin ning.
They wanted the teport of the opium
eoniinillee. Committees could not
be ex-peeled to do all their woik at
night9. (Later, on a sUtetnent of
motions iiotu the chair, Hie lion,
member substituted for his motion
lo lisc a motion to proceed lo items
in the Finance Department).
Rep. lvahookano was not in favor
of sli iking out the item, as the Min
ister of Interior mi 'lit be oiy
anx'ious lo have it pass.
Minister Brown said he was act
ing for the Minister of the Inteiior,
who would endorse whatever ho did.
Noble Widemann did not believe
the House would vote tlio 811,000
or $12,000 said to be necessary for
this put pose. As the committee
scctued to be confused, he would
move it rise and icpoit progress.
The repoit of the coinmlltcn of
the whole wa9 adopted.
Rep. Rosa notified the opium
romtnitlce to niecl at the Marshal's
ollh c this evening at 7 o'clock.
Al 3: 1.") the House adjourned.
oblo I'TMlbcl'tf called llll! hot),
hu'inbri lo order, lie had Uictl of
fensive tcitns toward ltoh. C R.
Bishop in this Ilousc? aud such con
duit was highly objectionable.
Noble Horner called the liutu
member for Honolulu to order, as
the pay of teachers was not before
The President asked Rep. Wilcox
to confine himself lo the resolution.
Rep. Apiki was willing to go bo
fore a committee, but asked that no
member of the education committee
be appointed, as that coiiiuiilteo
showed its disposition already.
Noble Mitefarlanc did not believe
the Board had discriminated iu the
lnniiuer staled, and thought the
matter should be investigated by a
Rep. Bush said the Report of the
Board of Education showed discri
mination against native tcachcis,
therefore this mailer should go lo a
Tlie motion passed.
Minister Petoraon gave notice of a
bill to legulate the di awing of tales
men iu jury tiials. Also, of a hill
to amend Sec. 1211 Civil Code as
NOW m THE TIME t
TtitsiuY, July 1.').
The House met at 10 o'clock.
SIAXDINO COMMIT! LIS.
Rep. Kalua lead tlie report of the
judiciary committee on tlie petition
against the return of Mr. O. K.
Apiki as Repiesentativc for Ran.
The petition alleged that some vot
ers for Apiki were taken to the polls
in a mule cart belonging to Hilea
Sugar Co. ; that banners caiieatur
ing the opposite candidate were car
ried about in mule caits; that J.
W. Smithies and J. Kiai, runneis
for Apiki, were inside the polling
places; that these l miners weie
paid for their sei vices. Fiom the
evidence the committee doubt whe
ther the complaints have been sus
tained. There was no proof that
the use of the carts was paid for by
Apiki, or that they were employed
at his request. The alleged runners
were watcheis and no moie were
paid tliu.il the law aulhoiized. The
committee cannot find reason for re
commending that the election bo
The report was adopted.
Sl.UCT COMMIT! i:i.s.
Rep. Brown repoited that lie hop
ed the opium committee would be
able to report to-nioirow or next
Rep. Rickaul moved that as thirty
days of the session had passed and
little business done, and as much
time was wasted in useless talk, be
it resolved that no member he allow
ed to speak moie than ten minutes
on any subject, including Hie time
occupied in inteiprctalion, except
with the special permission of the
Rep. Paehaole said tlie rules al
ready limitc'd the time, and moved
the resolution be laid on the table.
The resolution carried.
Rep. Paehaole moved that the
Minister of Inteiior be lequested to
order the Postmaster-Gcncial to ptc-
sent a written statement of the
names of all mail earners and their
monthly pay, also of the names of
postmaslcis and their salaries. Car
ried. Rep. Marques read a first time by
title his bill to create eautonnicrs oi
peimaneiit laboreis on the public
Noble J. M, Horner moved that
inasmuch as the statement of Rep.
J. Nawahi in thin House, that for
eign teacher3 were paid 820 for tra
veling expenses to the convention
and nativo teachers only 8-1, is un
wise, be il resolved that Rep. Na
wahi bo requested either to prove
tlio said statement or to withdraw
it. Tlie mover said they had to
listen to many hard things in the
House. If this statement was true
the honorable Boaid of Education
'deserved tlio indignation of the
Rep. Nawahi Baid the hon. Noble
need not say any more, as ho was
prepared to pi ove his Blaleiucnt
Noble Iscnberg said tlio President
of the Board of Education and the
Inspectoi-General were both pre
sent at the meeting of the education
committee this morning, when a
statement of expenses of foichcrri
from Ililo was submitted, showing
that native and foreign teachers
were paid S2.r each without distinc
tion. Rep. Kalua moved that the reso
lution bo i ef erred to a select com
mittee for investigation. If the
statement could not bo proved it
was very improper to have uiado it.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was sorry the
resolution had been introduced, as
it brought up tlie rottenness of the
Board of Education with icgaid lo
the pay of teachers,
atnniunded by Clnp. 10, Laws of
Rep. Ilookano read a first time by
title his bill to amend Sec. 12, Chap.
74, Laws of 1888, and lepeal See. 3
of Hie same law.
Noble Phillips read a Ihst time ids
bill to legulate the licensing of lodg
ing houses in Hie Disliict of Kuna,
Iilnnd of Oaliu. Also, his bill to
amend Sec. 72 Civil Code with ro
gaul to licenses to kocpeis of hotels
and victualling houses.
Rep. Apiki gave notice of a bill
to amend the internal taxation laws.
Noble Von Tompsky read a first
time lik-fbil! to transfer the island of
Kahoolawe from the district of La
liaina lo that of Wailuku.
Rep. Rickard gave notice of a
bill to amend the act amended by
Sec. 2, Chap. 7S, Laws of 1888.
Rep. Nawahi moved that the
committee on education request tlie
President of Education to picsent
reports of all school agents on the
amounts paid each teacher for ex
penses of traveling to tltc teachers'
Rep. lvahookano thought a lime
should be mentioned.
Rep. Nawahi amended his resolu
tion by adding "within 1.") days."
Rep. Paehaole thought live days
The resolution passed with five
days as the time of answer.
The Picsident appointed as tlie
select committee on Noble Horner's
icsolution: Reps. Kalua, Kauhi,
Knudsen, Nobles Hind and Corn-
Rep. While moved that as it was
common talk that aliens were in
Government offices, therefore re
solved that His Excellency J. A.
Cummins be requested to pic.scnt a
statement of the names of such
aliens, also to state the intention of
tlie Cabinet in legard to continuing
aliens in olllce, who have not been
naturalized according to law. .
Rep. Brown laised the point of
order that such a question should
be addiessed to al the Ministers.
The President suggested that the
resolution be addressed lo His Ma
Rep. White said tlie Minister of
Foreign Alfaits called himself the
Premier when he announced the
new Cabinet, aud, although Unit
position was not mentioned in the
Constitution, ho addressed him as
head of the Cabinet.
The mailer was treated as an
oidinaiy question to Ministers and
allowed to stand.
Noble Iscnberg gave notice of a
meeting of the education committee
to-moiiow morning at nine o'clock.
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uiiaefor the yvar, aud is unprecedented in the annals of life assuiance.
JBiaylnformalion cheerfully furnished lo any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at ins olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of thu U. S. Jan-1-90
lasire to Call Your Attention To
j&V HrniRTCDtrn ' S
For Lubricating the Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
VALYOLINE is an eaith oil specially piepareil under the highest steam
heat nnd from which all volatile and earthy matter lias been expelled by a
process which leaves a pine and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylintlei and piston packing peifeetly clean. This
was the iirst Mineral Oil introduced for steam cjlinders and has been in eon
slant use ovei eighteen yeais.
S5"" We also nianiifaeluie Superior Machine and Hpindlo Oils for all
classes of nuchinciy.
JLeonard &: DEDllis,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. coi 3m
SPECfAL NOTICE !
to a Change in the Firm
A GMID CLEARANCE SALE
Will Take Pla.ce at the
CORNER HOTEL & FOKT STltEETS.
Saturday, July the 12th.
ouiiru or Tin: uai.
Bill to amend Sees. 1 and 3,
Chap. 70, Laws of 1888. It gives
magistrates discretion of imposing
a line without imprisonment Ior vio
lations of the opium law.
Minister Brown explained that
the lull was iiiltoduccd b' the late
Minister of Finance. It was the in
tention, however, of the Attorney
General to introduce a bill affecting
other portions of tlie Act. Theic
fore, he moved this bill be refened
to the judiciary committee.
Rep. Rickaul moved it be laid on
tlio table to be considered with a
bill of which notice had been giveu
by tiie hon. member for Honolulu.
Rep. Lucas suppoitcd the motion,
saying his bill was to regulate Ihe
importation aud sale of opium.
Rep. Paehaole said tho proper
motion was lo refer to the judiciary
committee, to which the other bills
on the subject would be referred as
they were introduced.
Rep. Brown supported tho point
ra'scd by Rep. Paehaole, that thu
bill could only be passed, com
mitted, or i ejected, at this stage.
Ho moved it bo referred to a select
committee to be called the opium
Rep. Bush was in favor of a select
committee to consider all opium
bills. As he was stro'ngly opposed
to opium he hoped he would be ap
pointed on that committee.
Rep. Nawahi hoped it would not
go to tlio present opium scandal
committee, as that was too long
winded, Rep. Kalua moved to amend Rep.
Biowu's motion by making tiin
select coinmitteo consist of secn
The amendment was aecepled and
the motion as amended cained,
Tho House took icccss fiom 12 to
Sweeping Reductions in Every Department
E3 FOR 10 DAYS OWLY SE
C00 101 . Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
13. R. UiiNimv, President & Manager.
GoiuaiKY Liiown, Secretin' & Treasurer.
John Kna, Vice-President
Clou. Uuowx, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sprccki'lH' Itnnlc, : Ifort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Goanine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wodgowood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Electoliers,
Lamp Fixtuicfl of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills it Files,
The "Gazelle" 3-wheeled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Illucboaid Rico Plow, Planters' Steel &, QooHcuecked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINHKKD,
PuintH, Vanishes & Brushed, Manila &. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, Hose, 33Cowe,
RUBBER, WIItlMlOUND o! uuporior quality, & STEAM,
Agate Iron Waro, Silver Plated Waro.Tablo it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Capi), Tho Oelebialed"01ub" Machino-loudod Uarlridgcn,
HurfH Patent "Duplex" Dio Stoek Ior Pipo A Holt Threading,
lliirliiian'B Steel Wire Fenco it Steel Wire Main,
Wm, G, Fishor'rt Wrought Steel Rangos
Onto Oily Stone Fillem,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
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