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tail A M. wlro Mm,
u. r umrs wmm man Muwt
Tuksuay, Oct. 21.
Nohlo Macfailanc was doubtful
about the legality of the lease, but
there were some extenuating ciioum
stnnces. Accoiding to Mr. Corn
well's statement his father let ad
joining lands nt $75 n year, and lie
doubted If this could have been
rented fur more than the lease calls
for. llowocr, ho would take the
ground that the lease was illegal.
It has been stated that Air. Corn
well has a good claim for damages.
Kvcn if the Government would
have to pay damages of $20,
000 on account of breaking this
lease, he did not think that tho
House could afford to make a new
lease after the previous one had
been adjudged illegal. Ho would
not admit that the late Minister of
the Intel ior was actuated by high
motives and a conscientious sense
of duty in breaking that lease. Mr.
Thurston was personally interested
inanadjacentpicccof land the land
of Omtuipio, situated in the middle of
hisllaleakala Ranch in the case of
which the application was carefully
pigeon-holed and it was not until
fifteen months after that tlio
lease was put up at auction, when
it brought $730 per year. In that case
Mr. Thurston was not paying a cent
of rent, it was what is known as a
"sleeper" on the land. There were
numbers of other expired leases over
the kingdom, including valuable
business property and sugar lands,
which should have been renewed by
Mr. Tlmislon and at considerably
advanced rentals. Noble Maofar
lane then proceeded to read a list of
Noble J. M. Horner called the
speaker to order. He should give
his information to the Minister of
Noble Maefarlanc proposed to
give the information to the House.
If Noble Homer did his duty he
would move a resolution to-monow
to have all the illegal leases of pub
lic lands biokcn, and the expiicd
leases put up at auction at once as
provided by law.
Noble Baldwin wished to correct
the previous speaker. He was
equally interested with Mr. Thurs
ton in the ranch to which reference
was made. There were thousands
of acres theie of which the outside
public had more use tlian the nom
inal holdcis. The land was largely
worthless for agiicultuial purposes,
and it was when they desired to
fence a poition of it for a cattle run
that, in order to establish their
right, they concluded to have it put
up at auction. This was done and
the lease run up to three or four
tunes us value oy vjuinesc anu oui-
crs. wueiuur me siur ny me non.
Noble was intended foi Mr. Thurs
ton or himselt, it was unjust and
should be withdrawn.
Rep. Cummings gave some facts
fiom his own cxpeuence jn leasing
public lands to prove that the lease
in question was a reasonable one
when made. Opponents of this
measure were overlooking graver
encroachments on public rights,
such as the harbor lease previously
mentioned. A few years ago you
could get all the land on the Hono
lulu plains for a dollar an acre,
whereas now you could not got it
for a thousand dollars an acre. Mr.
Cornwall's enterprise had increased
the value of this land, and now an
outcry was raised that lie was get
ting it too cheap.
The President, on a motion for
recess, appointed the following com
mittee on the Fire Marshal resolu
tion: Messrs. Lucas, Muller, Ber
ger, Bush, and Spencer.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
The House lesumed at 1 :J0.
Rep. Cummings said there was no
doubt the lease was illegal, but if all
the illegal leases were to be annull
ed he would be in favor of that. He
hoped they would vote for the pas
sage of the bill.
Noble Cornwcll had but a few
words to say on the bill. There is
haidly a member in the House but
will bay thai I have been unjustly
dealt with. .It is foi the House to
say whetliei the bill passes or it is
left for me to bring action against
the Government which I do not
want to do. As the bill has been
pretty well discussed, 1 move the
previous question. Cariicd.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill was carried on the fol
Ayes Ministers Brown, Spencer ;
Nobles Widemann, Beigor, Muller,
McCarthy, Phillips, J. M. Horner,
Hind, Marsden, Baldwin, W. Y.
Horner, Anderson, O. N. Wilcox,
Kanon; Reps. Rickard, Knudbcu,
Rice, A. S. Wilcox 11).
Noes Nobles Pua, Crnbbo ; Reps.
CuminliigH, Lucas, R. V. Wilcox,
Kauhi, Knliookauo, Paehaole, Kaiie
alll, Coekutt, Hiilbteud 1 1.
When Noblo Coinwull's iiiunu Has
culled liu otul no,
Noblu Widuiimnn iibkcd If u imtiu
bur Inturuulcil n u hi could vote
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Noble J. M. Horner said there j
was a good deal of money involved
in the bill, and ho thought that
those sent away should return at the
completion or their studies, so that
tho country get some benefit.
Ren. White Can tho lion, noble
mention any that havo noticturncd?
Noblo J. M. Horner There is
Mnkalua in England.
Noblo W. Y. Horner It is com
mon talk about Lahaina that he does
not intend to return.
Rep. Pnchaole There something
in what Noblo Horner says, and I
am in favor of putting In an amend
ment that they return when they
complete their education abioad.
The country should certainty receive
Minister Brown Tho intention of
the amendment is very good. But
how Is it going to be carried out?
They may find things more conge
nial abroad, and how arc you going
to compel them to come back? The
amendment might be introduced
into the bill, but it would have no
effect. The Government has a
ward in Boston who is n very skill
ful engraver. When he gets through
ho will bo able to find employment
there at good wages. There is no
chance for him here. I support tho
motion to pass tho bill as its stands.
Tho bill passed.
Third reading of an act to regu
late tho issuing of wholesale licen
ses, as piovidcd by section 50 of the
Civil Code, as amended by Chapter
LVI. of the session laws of 1876,
approved on tho 27th clay of Sep
Rep. Rickard moved to amend
section 2 by striking out the words
"other than a room for tho display
Noblo McCarthy moved the bill
be indefinitely postponed. It was
aimed against tho interests of one
particular person. These people
want to shut him out. They have
been so anxious about the bill that
in section 2 this person's place of
business is actually defined. It is
Rep. Brown said this was the first
time that he knew this bill was aim
ed at one particular person. It was
brought in to protect the wholesale
dealers who pay taxes and compel
drummers to take out a license ac
cording to law. The bill should
Noblo Muller was surprised to
hear Noble McCarthy say that the
bill was aimed against one person,
when he knew it was not so. He
took good care not to mention
Noble McCarthy The bill is aim
ed at Mr. P. Peek, and those who
got it up came and asked me to vote
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved an
amendment that the stock of coods
be fixed at S5000 instead of 810,000
as in the bill.
Rep. Cummings moved the amount
Rep. Brown moved section 2 be
Rep. Cummings withdrew his mo
tion. The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill was lost on the follow
ing division :
Ayes Nobles McCarthy, J. M.
Horner, W. Y. Horner and Ander
son; Reps. Nawahi, Horner and
Noes MinistersBrown and Peter
son; Nobles Widemann, Berger,
Macfarlane, Muller, Pua, Phillips,
Crabbe, Paiker, Marsden, Cornwcll,
Von Tctnpsky, Wilcox and Kanoa ;
Reps. Brown, Cummings, Lucas, R.
W. Wilcox, Rosa, Kauhi, Baker,
Rickard, Apiki, Paehaole, White,
Kanealii, Cockett, Halstead, Knud
sen and Rice. 31.
The motion to strike out section 2
was carried, and section 3 was made
The bill passed as amended.
A motion to reconsider was lost.
Second reading of bill No. 102a,
an Act to regulate the military
forces of the kingdom.
A motion to consider the bill sec
tion by section was cai ried.
Section 1. The military forces of
the kingdom shall consist exclusive
ly of the King's Royal Guard,wlneh
shall be a permanent force as herein
The section passed.
After section 2 was read, Noblo
McCarthy moved an amendment
with regard to the number of officers.
It passed, and tho section passed as
amended. It reads:
Sectiou 2. The ollleers of the
King's Guard shall consist of a
captain and two lieutenants who
shall be appointed or removed by
His Majesty. These ollleers shall
have power to make, alter and re
voke all regulations not .repugnant
to the provisions of this Act, con
cerning enlistment, discipline, exer
cises, accoutrements, arms and
clothing, and to make such other
rules and oi dei s as inny be neecbsary
to carry into effect tho provisions of
tills Act, and to piovide and pre
scribe penalties for any violations
of such regulations not extending to
depiivation of life or limb or the
Inlllcl Ion of coiporul punishment,
Kveiy such rule, regulation or order
hlmll ruqiiliu for liu validity tho tip
provul of His Majebty the King, and
blmll be (loiiiiluiHiguuil by Uiu Minis,
lur of Koruiun Affair
Kiiilimi II. 1JW Miijooty tho King
hluill liu CoiiiiiiihiiIi'I''Io'C, Nlnf of a
Uiu iiillllury fontim, mxl blmll liuyu
mnr lo loiivmiu coiiitx minimi aim
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Section 4. There shall bo n paid
permanent military force of not less
than G5 inon nor more than 100 men
of all ranks, which shall bo named
tho "King'B Royal Guaid."
Rep. Rickard moved 11 bo amend
ed to read "not less than 35 nor
more than 75 men," etc.
Noblo Muller moved tho section
pass as in tho hill.
Noblo J. M. Horner moved to re
duce to 50 men.
Tho section then passed as in tho
Section 5. The King's Royal
Guard shall be the body guard of
His Majesty the King, and the King
shall hnc the sole right to appoint
and commission all its officers, which
commissions shall be countersigned
by the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Section G. The soldiers of the
King's Royal Guard shall be enlist
ed to serve for three or five years,
and shall bo men of good physical
development and in sound health,
which must bo certified to by two
regular physicians. One-half be
tween 20 and 30 years old shall bo
enlisted for three years, and one
half between 20 and 25 years old
shall bo enlisted for five yean, and
all shall take the oath preset ibed in
Schedule A. Passed.
Section 7. All public pioperty
used for and in connection with the
military forces of tho Kingdom, and
the expenditure of all moneys ap
propriated for military purposes and
for bands, Hags and salutes, shall be
subject to the orders and under tho
general supervision and control of
the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Section 8. Any armed force not
organized in accordance with the
provisions of this Act shall be il
legal, and is piohibited. Provided,
however, that this section shall not
apply to the police.
Noble Marsden moved it be in
definitely postponed. It will bo il
legal under this section for any lifie
club to carry on its spoit. It will
work against tho uniform rank K.
of P., who wear uniform and carry
Noble McCarthy did not like the
section as it stood. He moved to
amend by inseiting the woids "with
out permission of Minister of For
Rep. Brown moved to amend so
as to read "Any military or armed
Noble Widemann There aie a
great many who take pride in a lifie
club. They carry rifles and make a
show of them when they go out.
There is no harm in that. The
amendment by Rep. Brown was a good
one, but, if passed, there should be
another section to provide for the
punishment of anyone who would
Noble McCarthy was not in favor
of stiikiug the section out. He
moved to add at the end the follow
ing words? "or any military force
connected with any organization
holding a license at the time of the
passage of this Act."
The motion to strike out the sec
tion was lost.
The amendment offered by Rep.
The amendment by Noble Mc
Carthy was lost.
The section then passed as
Noble Widemann said there should
be a prohibitory section, and the
military commiltece should be in
structed to bring in such a section.
Section 8. This Act shall be in
full force and effect from and after
the time of its approval, and Chap
ter XXV. of the laws of 188S, en
titled "An Act relating to the Mili
tary Forces of the Kingdom," and
all other laws and parts of Hws in
conflict herewith aie hereby repeal
The schedule referred to in Sec
tion G was read and passed. The
title was read and passed.
Rep. Brown moved to reconsider
the last vote. Cairied.
The lion, member then moved the
insertion of the following section :
Section 9. Whoever shall organ
ize any military armed force, or
belong to or become a member of
any military force, other than that
provided for ly this Act shall, upon
conviction before any police or dis
tiict justice, be fined in a sum of
not less than 8100, nor more than
The section was amended to read
No. 10 and passed.
The bill passed as amended to en
grossment, to be read a third time
The House adjourned at 3:50.
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