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PAX tiUJiLifiXilMt 11U.HU LULU, II. I.,
1' 1 1 III
TUESDAY, SEl'TliMHKR 2, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO5
To TaIxs r.ircrt AuiiH no. twin.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. l'.M.
Leave Honolulu ft: 15 1 :!. r.::iOJ
Arrive Honoultuli stun a:M!:aJ
leave Honmillull. r.ttfi 10:r.l it-rd ....
Arrivo Honolulu.. 0:11 :" I'M ....
Saluidiiysnnd Mondays only.
J Saturdays only.
' ARRIVALS. -
fichr Knby A Cousin, O C! Cousins in
daw from Etueka
Stun W U llnll fur Hawaii mid Muni nt
10 u m
Mtmr Jus iMakee for Kapna nt 1 p in
Htmr Mtk.ihnla for Kuiiui at r. p w
Hlnir Wulalcalo for Kilauea, lCnllhi-
wacna, Hanalel. and Wailua at 5
Stnir Llkcllko for Maul al " p m
aehr Lnka for Koliala
Sehr Kaulkeaoull for Kohala
Bk W It Godfrey, It Dubel, for San
Vor Maul and Hawaii, perotinr W G
Hull, Sept 'J tor Volcano: Mr Uurno,
Mr Mellr.iyne, Mr (livn. For way
poif: MIrs Austin, Miss Ritchie, Mrs
tJlaik, V Pedro, J Kaiuiku, .1 Hughes. J
I) Paris jr, Norman Logan. Pattern.
Hulev, II N Grcenwoll, Wm Eekard, C
V Baldwin, J W Kualmokn, Mrs Kanc
nut and child, '2 Chinese and about 00
1'he schooner Jtuhy A Cousins, Capt
O C Oonsms, arrived this noon, 15 days
lioinEurek.iVvith 217,000 feet lumber
consigned to Messrs Allen & Koblnson.
Had line weather the entiro passage.
This is her ilrst trip to this port.
The 3-masted schooner Alien A would
have to leave Eureka with a full caigo
of lumbar lor this poit on Aug 20th.
She Is due before the end of this week.
jThcbatk W B Godfrey, Captain R
Babel, sailed this afternoon for San
Franolboo with full cargo of sugar. She
also took the mall from the Tost Ofllce.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mrs. Ernestine Gray teaches piano,
organ, and singing, at Eaglo Houhc.
John Grace 1ms been appointed
manager of tho Honolulu Dairy Co.
Fued. Harrison will not be respon
sible for debts contracted without his
Tur. monthly meeting of Iho Fire
Police will be held this evening, at
tho Bell Tower.
A i.Anan party of ladies dressed in
scarlet pa-UB cantered out the Pala
ma road this morning.
Princess Liliuokalani 'is 'celebrat
ing her 52nd Lirthday by a luuu ut
her Waikiki residenco this aftei noon.
The Arion postponed picnic is fix
ed for Saturday next. An addition
al attraction to the original pro
gramme is n baseball match at IJ:30
between tho Barracks and Pauahi
Mr. Barnfiold, now in Victoiia,
British Columbia, is greatly improv
ed in health, and finds abundant em
ployment for his brush. Lettora to
Iriends hero by tho last mail state his
intention to return before the winter
neu in. -
A correspondent auks : ''Why did
not tho editorial in this morning's P.
O. A. close by saying, 'It is to select
JonaEB whom you can trust and then
to trust them? What havo tho Min
isters to do with them?' "
The "Mann. Cup," won. in tho 4lh
of July races this year at Kahului, is
now on exhibition tho in Hawaiian
News Co.'a storo window. It is a
very handsome cup and bears tho in
scription, "Maui Racing Association,
Mana Cup, July 4, 1890, lj- milo
dash, won by His Ex. J. A. Cummins
g. g. Surprise."
Tub Planters' Monthly for August
has many useful articles, including
tho translation of a derman essay on
'tho working of a cano sugar central
factory," a summary of results at tho
United Htates experiment station at
Audubon Park, Louisiana, and arti
cles of information on cinchona and
cultivation. Forestry, tho aphides
pest, and figs, aro also tho subjects of
extracts from foreign prints.
Monday, Sept. 1.
Tho House resumed at 1 :35, con
tinuing discussion of the IU3c, Gcr
Noblo Macfarlane disavowed any
intontion of disrespect to the com
mittee in movintr to table tho report.
The mlatnko made was in appoint
ing a committee while the Board of
Health was investigating the matter.
He now moved that the report be
referred to the Minister of the Inte
rior, to be laid by him uefore'the
Board of Health. .
The previous question wa9 moved
IJep, Kalua stated that the com
Hrtttee h6d begun its work boforo
hoi'Miiing aware nf the Investigation
In progress under tho Hoard nf
Health. IIu moved to adopt the
rcpott nnd then refer tt in lue Mill
liter of the Interior.
The nycs and noes were called on
tho motion to refer the rcpott to the
Minister of the Interior, when there
Ayes Cummins, G. Brown, Spen
cer, l'ctcrson, Wldcmnnn, Macfar
Inne, Muller, Tua, McCarthy, Phil
lips, Cr.ihhc, Ivauliiino, . I. M. Hor
ner, Hind, Burchardl, Marsden,
Baldwin, Walhridgc, Anderson, von
rempsky, G. N. Wilcox, Ieuberg,
C. Brown, Mnrquei, A. Homer,
lckn..t, Kmulscn, lllee, A. H. Wil
iNoun Ctiininiugs, H. W. Wilcox,
Itosu, Bush, Kauhi, Nnwnhi, Baker,
Knhooknno, Waipuilani, Apiki, I'ac
hnole, White, Kanealii, Kulua, Hal
stead, lvamal 10.
Bep. Kalua considered tho vote a
censure of the coinmiUuu nnd an
intimation that I Jr. Lutz and Slater
Rose should lio allowed to leave.
Hu moved that the committee he
'iiqchncicd nnd their expenses paid.
xvunio l'nn pieseineu tno lepori oi
a select committee on petition that
the removal of earth from a burying
ground at Palama be prohibited,
l'liey had ascertained Unit it was on
land belonging to the Mrs. Bishop
estate, nnd the trustees of that es
tate .had agreed to convey the land
to the Government for the consider
ation of one dollar. Adopted.
Rep. Nawahi pioscnled the report
of the select committee on petitions
for a subsidy of 818,000 to the San
Dicgo-Ililo steamship line. They
unanimously recommend that the
amount be appropriated and that the
bill on the subject do pass. Laid
on the table to be considered with
Noble Crabbo presented a resolu
tion that the Minister of Interior be
authorized to pay Z. K. Meyers 8L"0
salary due him.
Noble Marsden moved the resolu
tion be adopted.
Noble Wideraann asked the House
to vote unanimously for the resolu
tion, so that the petitioner's name
neoil not go into the Appropriation
Kep. Brown asked where the Min
ister was going to get the money if
an item was not inserted.
Noble Marsden said incidentals
could be increased by the amount in
Hop. Brown said that the report
of committee on the subject having
been laid on the table to be consid
ered with the Appropriation Bill, he
would move that this lesolution be
disposed of in the same manner.
Kep. Kalua presented questions
to the Ministers of Foreign Affairs
and of the Interior, a3 to whether
any foreign diplomatic representa
tives had made an3' statements,
written or verbal, to the Govern
ment regarding the proposition to
provide for a constitutional conven
tion ; if so, the Ministers arc re
quested to inform the House as to
what such statements were; and
asking tho Ministers whether or not
their action in regard to a constitu
tional convention would bo moulded
in accordance with such diplomatic
The Secretory, by direction of the
President, read an invitation to the
House from the Secretary of the
Liliuokalani Educational Society, to
attend a luau at Haraohamo, Wai
kiki, Tuesday at 2 o'clock, in
honor of the birthday of II. R. II.
Princess Liliuokalani, Heir Appa
' Noble Marsden presented a reso
lution, that chairmen of committees
give notice of meetings in writing,
furnishing the Scrgeant-at-Arras
with copies to be posted up in the
lobby. Adopted, on motion of No
Noble Phillips read a first time his
bill to amend the law of 1887 regu
lating Chinese immigration. Read
a second time by title and referred
to printing committee.
Bop. Apiki read his bill to amend
Article 48 of the Constitution. Bead
a second time by title and referred
to special committee on that sub
ject. ORDER OF THE DAY.
The House went into committee
of. the whole, Noblo McCarthy in
the chair, for consideration of the
Relief and Return of Indigent
Hawaiians, 81000. Considered with
report of committco recommending
Minister Brown moved the item
pass as recommended, as he under
stood the object of the increase was
to provide for tho return of Hawai
ians in Utah, United States. Car
ried. Bep. R. W. Wilcox moved to in
sert 83500du full of claim of Cclso
Cojsar Moreno, as recommended by
Noblo Widemann seconded the
motion but wanted to say a word on
the manner in which tho claim was
made. Signor Moreno was an edu
cated man who had been Minister
of tho Interior here, and certainly
ought to liavo known how to pre
sent his claim. Instead of sending
it in directly he enlisted tho services
of his fripnd, the lion, member for
the fifth district, to beg for com
pensation. It was tho speaker's
wish that tho hon. member tell the
Signor that he said so.
Noble Baldwin thought the com
mittee had not given enough inform
ation. Noblo Iscnberg', as one of the
committee, said they had Veen satis-
fled that some iiinnev nan due to
the claimant. They had neeti cotn
munlcattmm (mm Ills Majesty mid
the Government, 'dinning that Mr.
Morrnii, as Miulsler Plenipoten
tiary, was authorized in making
ceilnin expenditure. They were
not certain how much was dun to
him, but lie thought :t."iiio was not
too much if u qurt-cluitn was digued
Noble Walker una not aware that
any claim had ever hcuii inadu on
the Government, itlltiotijjli tin be
lieved lliuiu had been to His Ma
jesty. It was certain that he had
advertised his cl'itiin widely in
foreign papers. The speaker would
be glad to see I he matter settled for
Noblo Widemann would not ac
knowledge n claim made onty in the
ltupoti adopted and item inserted.
Expenses Bureau of Survey, $."G,
!)00, considered with report of se
lect committee, recommending it
pass in items, as previously report
ed. Repott adopted and separate
items to lie inserted.
Postal Unrcaii Pav of cleiks,
SUS.OfU); postmasters, $20,000;
mail can ieis, 21,000 ; incidentals,
S Il,0ll(). Considered with recom
mendation ol committee report not
presented that pay of clerks be
SI).', 000, postmasters S'10,000, and
mail carriers 828,000.
Deferred till report be presented.
Repairs and furniture Govern
ment buildings, 821,000. Consid
ered with recommendation or com
mittee to increase to ?! 1,150, for
the pin poses stated by them. Bc
poit adopted. A motion to insert
tho items was made.
Noble Widemann did not believe
that 810,000 would put a decent
fence around the Palace yard. II
they v,cro to appropriate an item
for that purpose, it should be
enough to ensure a fence that would
be a credit to the palace.
Bep. Nawahi said the committee
had estimates from 83000 upward,
and were assured that the best
could be had for 810,000. That
was given them by the Superinten
dent of Public Works, but if he was
the kind of man described by the
finance committee, pet haps they
were onty left groping in the dark.
The hon. Noble should move an
amendment for what he deemed
Noble J. M. Homer was s-orry
this item was proposed this bC3sion.
There was a substantial fence
around the yard now, nothing in
side was being injured. They
would be gainers by waiting, as im
provements were constantly being
made in fence designs.
Rep. Lucas moved to amend the
item to SIG.OOO. Tho length of
fence was 4000 feet and the best
fence, to be got in England, would
cost 82 n foot. If it could be got
cheaper the money need not all be
Noble Baldwin did not agree
with Noble Ilornor as to the neces
sity or otherwise of the work. The
hoii. Noble would not be as good a
manager of the Palace as ho is of a
plantation. It was very desirable
that a fence in keeping with tho dig
nity of tho Palace should bo pro
vided. He understood 810,000 was
the Minister's estimate and, while
willing to vote for whatever was re
quired, he did not believe in voting
Noble Widemann had some fenc
ing just arrived which cost over a
dollar a foot. The gates alono for
the Palace fence would cost a great
deal. He did not believe that even
815,000 would bo, sufficient. A
specific pattern would be required
to adapt tho fence to tho rising
grade. His plan was to vote the
amount proposed by the committee
and let the Minister go as far as he
could with plans, etc., and next
session another appropriation could
Noblo Baldwin considered that
this item should be voted separately,
as it was neither repairs nor furni
ture of Government buildings. He
moved that the item be amended to
831,150, and n separate itom of
810,000 be inserted for tho fence.
Buildings, Repairs, and Main
tenance of Hospitals, 810,000.
Favorably reported by the sanitary
committee, which also recommended
83000 for purchaso of land for the
Rep. Nawahi reminded the com
mittee of a resolution he had intro
duced for 88000 for a hospital at
Ililo. He moved this item bo in
Tho Chair informed the hon. mem
ber that his motion would bo in or
der after pasbiug on the report of
Report adopted and items passed.
Bop. Nawahi renewed his motion,
Aid to Kapiolani Park Associa
tion, 8G00O. Select committee re
commended an increase to SIS, 000.
Bep, Brown, in an explanation
of tho report, said that tho water
was now furnished free by Mr. Jas.
Noble Baldwin had no personal
interest in tho park, coming from
another island, but he was greatly
struck with tho natural advantages
of tho park, and thought it could bo
made very beautiful if money were
spent on it. Withra proper water
supply, tho watering could bo douo
h..1tl. mn.n iil.nnt.llr .Itn.. . iwn.A.il .
$13,000 was not too much, lie be
lieved in beautifying the parks of
Honolulu. Would like to bco one
The report was adopted, and the
item passed nt 813,000,'
The rouiinitlcp row ami lopotted
prngieRS,nndthe report wns adopted.
The House adjourned at ii0.
TrnsiMV, Sept. 2.
House opened at 10 o'clock.
uuroiiTs or committees.
Bep. Ciimmlngs piescnted the to
port of the public lauds committee
on a petition that the pound at Kn
upo, Maui, be moved and the pound,
master temoved. Committee favor
the transfer of the pound to a more
central position, but find nn leasou
for the remoal of the poiindinnster.
Noble Marsden again asked when
tho judiciary committee wns going
to reporl on the opium mnlter. It
was reported around town that they
were not going to lepoit within a
year. They should either fix a
day when to report or resign
the investigation. Opium smug
gling was going on as badly as ever,
and-it was timu the Government had
u chance to act.
Rep. P.isliaolc replied that the.
committee was working and would
shortly report with the names nf the
Bep. R. W. Wilcox presented the
report of the .select committee on
the proposed appropriation for ex
tension of tho Honolulu Water
Works. They differ from the recom
mendations submitted to them in
one item of pipes, and recommend
an appropriation of ?27(i,."00. Laid
on the table to be considered with
the Appropriation Bill.
Noble J. M. Horner presented
the report of the select committee
on the Volcano and Puna roads.
They find the total amount expend
ed on the Volcano road to May 31,
including prison labor, 17,0815.17.
Certain portians of this arc charge
able to the whole road, such as sur
veying, tools and equipments. The
total cost of the 10.8 miles complet
ed is estimated at S4Jt,8G'1.83, from
which the cost per mile through pa
hochoe is found to be 81802.01, and
the cost of 7.-l" miles through the
same material yet to moke 835,781.
08. The seven miles next the Vol
cano is estimated to cost 21,000.
Thcic has beeu expended 813,015.
09,leaing to be appioprintcd S70,
390.77. The committee recommend
that this amount be inserted in the
Appropriation Bill, to complete the
road and repay the past expendi
ture, in place of 855,000 in the bill.
They also recommend that tho work
bo done by contract in four or more
sections. "Thin rccommondation it
adopted might be the mean3 of sav
ing the Government several thou
sand dollars in comnletintr this
road, by bringing to the front the
individual now secretly making pro
minent the idea that he had offered
the former Government to do the
whole work for tho first appropria
tion." On tho item of 830,000 for
the Puna road, they recommend
that only 85000 bo voted, to be ex
pended for a survey.
Laid on the table to be consider
ed with the Appropriation Bill.
HILLS BECOJIE LAW.
Minister Cummins Tcporlcd that
it had pleased His Majesty to give
his assent to the following Acts:
To provide for the quieting of
To provide for extra tiials at Su
premo Court terms,
To amend the law relating to ped
dling of cakes,
To provide for a Police Juntice
To amend Sec. 102 Civil Code,
To prevent the counterfeiting of
foreign postage stamps,
To regulate the drawing of tales
men in jury trials,
To alter tho fire limits of Hono
lulu, To amend Sec. -129 Civil Code as
amended in 1887,
To increase the duties on coffee,
To amend the. law in regard to
keepers of hotels and restaurants,
To repeal the restrictions on the
shipping of Hawaiian seamen,
To transfer tho Island of Kahoo
lawe from Lahaina to Wailuku Dis
trict, To enlarge tho power of Police
Justices in civil cases.
Bep. Kalua moved that whereas
it is currently reported that Dr.
Kimball, Dr. Bodgers, and Dr. Mc
Grew held an examination at Ka
lihi Hospital yesterday, without al
lowing Dr. Lutz to partioipate, and
that they declared that Charles Ka
halehili was not a leper and placed
him on the suspect side, and placed
suspects who gave cvidenco in tho
recent investigation on tho leper
side, therefore resolved that the
Minister of the Inierior be request
ed to inquire into these reports and
inform this Ilotiso of tho facts. Ho
reforrcd to Dr. Bodgers' presence in
the House when tho report of the
investigating committee was being
diecusscd, saying ho was laughing
and making remarks nt the door.
Dr. Lutz was brought to the coun
try at great expense, yet tho Board
of Health was doing all it could to
Noble Marsden called the mover
to order. Yesterday was tho regu
lar half-yearly time for holding the
medical examination, and it had no
connection with the committee's re
port, Bep. Paehaolo accused the foreign
members of trying to suppress
every complaint coming from Ha
waiians. Minister Peterson denied tho ac
cusation ; ho had seconded tho re
solution. Kep, Brown also demurred to tho
impeachment, lie wm In fnrer of I
the lovilutlini nnd if its uMiiinptfons j
proved In be fads the limine should i
lake some action.
Noble Homer pokc to duiil.ii
effect. What he objected lo v,.
the peisoualtiicj oi tne mo.i h
Tho icsoltilion was adopted.
Bep. Kalua moved that the rcpott
of the finance committee be mado n
special order of the d.i.
Noble Baldwin moved to amend
by lidding Thuisdny.
Accepted and carried.
Rep. Marques piescnted a ques
tion to the Minister of Einancu re
garding his proposed action in refer
ence to ciis'oms olllcinls and opium.
Noble Crabbo presented a icoln
tiou that night sessions be held
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Noble Widemann (ltd not think it
would expedite business. They
need not be ashamed of the pro
Noble Marsden moved Jo amend
so that the rule against smoking be
suspended nt night sessions. (Ruled
out of order.)
The resolution was lost.
Rep. Mnrqnes presented the fol
lowing: "Questions to His Excellency the
Minister of Interior:
"Whereas, the National Reform
Party has persistently demanded of
the present Cabinet the remova.1
from olllcc of a certain few indivi
duals notorious for their incompe
tence or their offensive and active
partisanship in politics ; whereas the
roports of the Finance and other
Cominittcesgivo substantial evidence
to warrant the removal of such in
"Whereas, the Cabinet have made
repeated promises to members of
this House and to Committee of
Workingmcn's Protective Tnion that
these changes should be made not
later than the Ilrst day of Septem
"Whereas, it would now appear
that the Cabinet arc not inclined to
keep their pledge, and whereas it is
even reported that their policy is to
avoid the fulfilment of their word of
honor, by repeated postponements
of said piomiscd removals, until
after the adjournment of the Legis
"Whereas the recent failure to
consummate the appointment of a
high ollicial who was called to Ho
nolulu for the purpose would seem
to give plausibility to this view ;
"Therefore, I would respectfully
ask the Cabinet, through His Ex
cellency the Minister of Interior,
what llicy propose to do in this mat
ter: Are any changes to be made,
and, if so, when? v
Noble Widemann wanted to know
by what authority the hon. member
used the name of the National Re
Bep. Brown raised the point of
order, that tho resolution related to
a political question, or in other
words a question of spoils. The
rule onh referred to matters within
the department of the Minister ques
tioned. Bep. B. W. Wilcox held that the
point was one to be decided by the
Minister Brown had no objection
to the question. The hon. gentle
man would get all the answer he
Tho President ruled that it was a
proper question to put to a Minister,
but the Minister has no right to an
swer any question out of his own
ORDER 01" THE DAY.
Third leading of the Oahu Bail
Noble McCarthy moved the bill
Noble Macfarlane wished to put
himself on record again against tho
way in which the select committee
had done its work. The statement
of the company's affairs submitted
was misleading and might draw in
nocent investors into trouble. He
read figures to prove his point, and
said he would favor reference to a
Bep. BIckard would prefer to voto
indefinite postponement than a sub
sidy of 8700 a mile, and therefore
moved the bill be referred to a select
committee of seven.
Bep. Brown held that tho Ilotiso
had nothing lo do with the liabilities
of the company for the Ewa branch
of tho lino, already constructed.
Another committco would not got
any more information, and ho sup
ported the motion to puss tho bill.
Noblo Widemann thought that if
tho company was represented thoro,
it should try to have a commitloc
Noblo Iaeubcrg was not opposed
to the bill, but being opposed to the
8700 ho could not vote for the pass
ago of tho bill.
Bep. Bush said that the bill was
sufficiently discussed on second read
ing to show that there was no steal
In It. He repeated his arguments
of that occasion as to the advantages
of the road.
Noblo Iscnberg wanted n railway
as much as Mr. Bush, but did not be
lieve in voting more money than was
Bep. Bush said a littlo wliiln ago
tho only difficulty was tho guaran
tee ; If that was struck out every
body would voto for it. Now, how
ever, the opponents of tho bill kept
up their antagonism. Ho moved
tho previous question. Carried.
, Bep. Rickard accopted tho am
endment of Rep. Kahookano, that
the committco consist of live.
Tho nmendmeut carried, 22 lo 21.
The House adjourned at 12:25.
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