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DAILY HUlilittTlW: HONUI1UJ..U, H. I., OCTOBER JIG, 1SU0.
We Desire to Call
For Lubiicating the Valves and
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VALVOLINL is un enith oil specially piep.ued tindei the highest slrain
neat ml from whieh all olalilo and eaithy matter has-been expelled liy a
ptoeetm whieh leave a pine and heavy oil, which pieveuts the eating away
of bolts, and keeps the cyliuder and piston packing peifeetly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil intiodnced for steam eylindeis and lias been in con
stant me over eighteen yeais.
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classes of maeliineiy.
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Tlie House resinned at 1 :!).
Hep. Marques rose to a question
of privilege, and tendered his testy
nation from all the committees of
the House, on which he had the mis
fortune to he associated with lion.
The 1'iesldeiit informed the lion.
Representative thai, lie could not lie
excused fiom serving on any entn
tuittee w.tlliout the consent of the
oniiKtt or tub iv.
Tlie amendment of Nolilo Mc
Carthy, moved hefore leeess, was
put and lost.
Rep. llookano moved to insert
the words, "the Island of Oahu ex
cepted," after the word "(.Seiieral"
landings and buoys. Lost.
Lighthouses, Sll2,00( ; Strain tug,
S28'.l0t): Ureduiiig Honoliihi liar-
lior, S1.),00(). All passed.
Roads and bridges Hawaii, S!H,
."i00. Noble Macfarlane would like to
ask tlie lion, nienihers from Hawaii
if they could not consistently join
in cutting down this item. The
House was going on increasing the
bill at every step, and something
ought to be done in (he way of re
duction. Rep. Hookano said this might be
done if the 'ion. Noble for Oahu
would set a good example by pro
posing reductions in the large appro
priations for ttiat island.
Noble Macfarlane was prepared
to light eveiy item in the bill lor a
reduction wherever it could be ef
fected, lie had the assurance from
lion. Noble Cornwell of Maui, who
was absent, that he would concur in
reducing the appropriations for that
island. The members on the back
row might be very able financiers,
but, if there was a conspiracy to at
tack the independence of this king
dom, it could not be more effectu
ally aided than by piling up the ap
propriations beyond the financial re
sources of the country. The news
that had arrived to-day of free sugar
in the United States should be a
warning to members in behalf of
economy in public expenditures.
There were taxation bills before the
House which would reduce the taxes
materially, and he was informed of
a shrinkage in the Postal Savings
Bank deposits. (Rep. llookano
raises the point that the lion. Noble
is not speaking on the item before
the House.) The speaker said he
was giving reasons for asking the
members from Hawaii if they would
consent to a reduction in this item.
Rep. Paehaole wanted to know what
the remarks of the previous speaker
had to do with roads and bridges.
He was prepared to vote against
anything that, was not indispens
able, but roads and bridges were a
necessity to maiptain in good order.
Hawaii was the largest island in the
group. The late Government, in
prepating the bill, had doubtless put
this item in after mature considera
tion of the wants of the island. He
was prepared to support the recom
mendation of tlie late Cabinet. With
regaidtothc remark on the back
row, he would say that they wcie all
stars in that House, although they
mieht differ in magnitude. The hon.
Noble had passed the civil list and
many other items, where economy
might have been exercised, but was
silent until these necessary appro
priations were reached. He did not
move to cut down JI. M.'s Chamber
Iain's salary from" S.G000.4 Roads
and bridges were among the most
necessary subjects of liberality and
should be dealt with accoidingly.
Noble Macfarlane said that the
lion, member's reference to His Ma
jesty's affairs, the Chamberlain's
salary, etc., were not worthy of con
sideration. He was silent with
regard to the appropriations for
His Majesty and Household, be
cause he consideied those wore mat
ters to be dealt with by the Cabinet.
The personal references of the hon.
member were unworthy of notice,
lie was making an honest attempt
toikeep the expenditures within the
income of the county, and, if it
could be done, he was prepared to
go back to tlie beginning of the bill,
for the reduction of salaries from
His Majesty's down.
Rep. Rickard was in favor of
economy, but did not think this
item was the place to begin. The
Government had placed it thero
after careful consideration of the
needs of the island.
Noble Isenberg was pleased with
the rcmaiks of the hon. Noble from
Oahu, and hoped that when the Ta
hiti subsidy came up he wotild vote
against it, for that was a swindle.
He was soiry to see the lion Noble
VOt);m this morning to bring up the
Htm Pfegn swindle again. Iluwaii
had wretched roiujs.
Noble Uind-No roads at all.
Noble iBcuhcrg would ike to tpo
salaries reduced generally, but iouiIh
ii nd bridges must be kept in good
dominion, lie mot'oil tint previous
queidlnn, wlileli curried,
Tlifi Hem mmu,
Hop lilrjfurd muvt'd lo IiihoiI iih
following Itumi, In ttwoidiini'U with
lloml ijjjm JIihiuMmv.
Iiiuo lo tltu lit 111 Hi
l miuSlr tlio limn
lA. ...f 11MHJIK)
Itond from Kuktiihaele to
Waipio, . . . -10(H) 00
Completion of bridge ill
Waiaka, foi which
loUO whs expended
$ 7000 00
lie had another item
for which a petition was received,
blithe would leave it out.
Dining the reading, Noble Isen
bcrg asked why the load taes
should not be applied to those ob
jects. Rep. Riikaul said up to two years
ago he did not think that llamakiia
had one thousand dollars from the
lieasury for its roads.
Rep. Wilcof asked if these ob
jects were not already proidcd for
in other pails of the bill.
Rep. Rickaid said he had nnl
brought anything before the House
which was not for the direct advan
tage of the people, lie had asked
nothing qr a steamship, or a Wal
loon, or any such thing.
Noble Isenberg said that every
adult on tlie island had to pay S2
load taes, from which lie again said
these local woiks should be piovid-
ed. He lefened to the slight diufts
Kauai had ever made on the treas
ury for its reads, and moved the
Hamakun items be rejected.
Minister Hiowti felt much the
same as Noble, Macfarlane about in
creasing tlie bill. It was now be
yond the revenue They had al
ready appiopriated 82(17,000 for
roads ami bridges on tlie Island of
Hawaii alone, which was about 10
percent of the pi esent revenue. A
good many members seemed to
think it tiieir duty to increase the.
expenses and teduce the receipts as
much as possible. The hon. mem
ber had a bill before tlie House that
would exempt about one-half of the
real estate outside of this island
Rep. Rickaid What bill is that?
Minister Rrown The bill to ex
empt forest lands.
Rep. Rickard I have no such
bill as that before the House.
Minister Brown thought that with
the items already in the bill they
ought, to struggle along.
Rep. Rickaid maintained that, as
the representative for Ilaniakua and
not for the whole island, lie had per
sonal knowledge of the necessity ol
the proposed appropriation's,.
Noble Macfarlane drew attention
to 812,000 in See. . of tlie bill foi
roads and bridges in Ilaniakua.
Rep. Rickaid We have not come
to that yet.
Noble Marsden asked the Minis
ter of the Interior how it was pro
posed to spend that 812,000 for
Minister Spencer Not for specific
work, but for necessary work.
Rep. Rickard That is only to be
expended in case of a surplus of
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of tlie
Noble Baldwin thought the House
should seriously consider cutting
down the appropriations. He was
willing to have Maui cut down, pro
vided it got its due share with the
other islands. The news just re
ceived about the United States tariff
made it certain that A'alues would
decline with a corresponding reduc
tion of taxes. Although roads and
bridges weie a poor appropriation,
and Hawaii a poor place to begin
reducing expenditures, the appio
priations in the bill were liberal com
pared with those of last period. Thus
there was appropriated last period
for Hawaii 825,000 and S21,2i)2 ex
pended ; Maui, appropriated S'iOOO,
expended 81805; Kauai, appropri
ated 88500, expended S5038 ; com
pared with which this bill provided
largely increased items as could be
seen. Having passed the item of
831,500 for Hawaii, these roads
might well come out of that item.
Noble Parker was in favor of th
items until he heard from the Min
ister of Finance that there would
not be enough money. The (act
was they had a revenue of two mil
lions against which they were
making appropriations of live mil
lions. The roads were very desira
ble but our means were small.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox agreed with
previous speakers that the proposed
items had better stand for two years.
He had traveled in the locality re
cently and saw that some of the
roads mentioned were not so very
bad as represented.
Rep. Bush spoke of the great area
Of Hawaii, it being four times
as large as Oahu, Maui, and
Kauai. It would cost as imioli, from
the natme of the ground, to build
one mile of road on Hawaii, as to
make all the roads on Kauai. Ila
niakua produced one-sixth of the
tonnage of sugar made in the. king
dom and was theiefore entitled to
Noble Hind was decidedly against
cutting down appropriations for
loads on the island of Hawaii. It
was the very thing that should he
inui eased instead of being cut down.
if the Ministers Imd been convinced
of the need of economizing when
Jhoy were voting such exorbi
tant minis for railroad subsidies
It would Iihvp 1!0 butter, Thoy
suddenly ih) wlum tlm roads ai
ii'tiehed Unit tliu country Is oovuiiy
stilulinn, Tlicy hi urn- Unit llw conn
lr,v could not Maud Unit sort of
IIiIiijj voting lor biilihlilli'i to nrl
yule ('ornoniiloiitj, hill now when
ex)i'iMiture foi' romlu nonum up It Is
IdhimI iIiii iwiiiiiy (miinul ulfpnl Id
I was on Kttiml Urn Mum mm pij
WW Minr juwlj, flutfi! rijij ihujj
Uiilli! UU' Ull JJUttiHJ now, J'liuio l
liiUUiy I) U)IH WJlMilD Of
catio road, of permanent road on the
island of Hawaii, We should pay
more attention to our own people
than to tourists. Why should tho
people of Kohala be up to their
knees in mud while tourists arc driv
ing round the countiy in luxury?
The people paying the taxes should
have the benefit of the expenditure.
Let us slop these subsidies to pri
vate companies. The Government
should wake up and not bo swayed
by any parly. I hope to sue a Gov
ernment here that will know the
needs of the countiy and not be
afiaid to supply those needs, and
that will have no hobby such as
building a road to tlie Volcano with
out having roads anywhere else. 1
hope theie will be no more frittering
away of money wheie it will not be
nefit the people.
Minister Blown said Hawaii would
iceeive as much attention as any
oilier pari of the kingdom. Tlie
sum of 8(1:1,700 was spent last pe
riod on that island. Already this
session they had appropriated 2G7,
000 for Hawaii. He thought that if
they could get Hie money the wants
of Hawaii would be amply supplied.
There was a large piopoition of the
money lot the Kona districts. Road
matters on Hawaii might be in a
better stute il the road boards did
not, confine their operations so
closely to the vicinity of planta
tions. Rep. Rickaid could say there was
nothing of the kind in Ilaniakua.
Minister Hrown said it had been
so staled sevetal times on tlie floor
of the House and not contradicted.
Noble Macfarlane staled that the
finance committee had found the
same thing about the road boaids.
Rep Rickaid offeied, if the House
put in theie items, he would vote to
strike out the 812,000 for Ilaniakua
in Sec. .'I. In that cae they would
be S5000 in pocket. He moved the
previous question, which cairied.
The fu-,1 item, llonokaa 81000,
Rep.I'.iehaole,ou the ilcin-Waipii-Waiumnu
81500 being put, said it
was a bad precedent to allow a mem
ber to take a sine thing in this sec
tion for a conditional promise in the
third section. The lion, member
was too smait in this bargain.
Rep. Biown agieed with the pre
vious speaker. As to the general
question Hie matter was the fault of
the residents. They weie too care
less or too buy making sugar to at
tend lo the carrying out of liie law.
He quoted tlie Road Boaid Act
where it provided for calling public
meetings of the residents of a dis
trict to consult on the road l equip
ments. Tlie lesidents had not gone
to the road boaids and asked them
to do' w hat the law demanded. This
Legislature appropriated live times,
in some cases six times at, much as
last Legislature for roads. He
would support only the items as in
Rep. Rickaid held that the lion,
member knew nothing about country
Noble Midler stated that there
was S 1725.25 unexpended ftom last
period for tlie Ilaniakua roads. If
there was necessity for these items
that money would have been ex
pended. For the next period tlie
district would have 10,000 road
tax, 812,000 in See. .1, and its pro
portion of the 83-1, 500 for the island.
It all that was not enough he would
like to know, lie moved the pre
vious question, winch carried.
Tlie item was lost.
Rep. Wilcox, on the Kukuihaele
Waipio item of 81000 being put,
moved it. lie stiuck out.
The President It is not stiuck in
The item was lost.
The 8500 for Wai.ika bridge car
ried. Roads and bridges, Maui, SH,000.
Noble Marsden moved 815,000.
Noble Macfarlane moved 810,0(10.
Rep. White noticed that when
anything came up for the other
islands the members for Oahu com
bined to opposed it. How would
they like if tlie members for the
other islands would combine and de
feat appropriations for Oahu. Their
conduct was not gentlemanly, it was
The President said the language
was not proper.
Rep. White would witlidiaw the
language, which was not so stiong
in Hawaiian as in English. He
withdiew the woids, but the con
duct of the 'membeis was just the
aine. (Laughter.) The eour.se of
some members of the National Re
form Party would give the Refoim
Party the next election. The people
would vote for the paity that voted
them good roads. lie (lid not speak
as a member of either party, as lie
was what they called an independ
Noble Marsden--Oh! '
Rep. White did not know why
members should ask to reduce the
item for Maui unless it. was out of
spite at that island. He moved thai
the itein be $52,500, and gave the
Items, the chief one being $25,000
for the road fioi'u Laliniua lo Mint
Noble Isenberg moved the Hem
pass us In the bill. He thought the
Government Itumv more ulioiit the
necessity Umii they did,
Noble Miitifiuliiiio mtld lie moved
810,1100 tit Urn request of Noble
Cnrmvell, who hullmed fHOill) would
bn enough, iih tlie $,VfiO tolm) lint
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Noble Midler spoke of the ninount
unexpended of Inst session's appro
priations, ami thought Maui would
fate veiy well without any increase.
The item passed as in the bill.
Rep. Kanealii moved 82000 lor
bridgo at Ratikukai. Lost.
Roads and bridges, Molr.kai and
Nobles Marsden moved S2000. It
was only &2500 befoie second read
ing. Passed as in the bill.
Oahu, outer districts, 815,500, in
cluding 82500 for Kaneolie bridge.
Noble Madden moved 813,000.
Minister Brown said then the
bridge at Kaneolie was stricken out.
Several members Yes.
Noble Marsden moved 825,000.
So much had been said about toad
taxes uncollected in country dis
tricts, he would like to give Hono
lulu a chance to collect its road
Noble Midler thought Noble Mars
den did not really mean this. Any
body going out could see the bad
condition of the streets. Money
had been wasted the last period.
He moved tlie item pass as in the
Rep. Biown said the lion. Noble
from Hawaii did not take into con
sideration that the Honolulu streets
bore five times the traffic of any
other road in the kingdom.
Noble Morsdcn said there was a
road in Ilaniakua which had .ten
times the tialllc of most of the city
Rep. Nawahi moved the House
The House adjourned at, 4 o'clock.
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