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11 hit DAW
Tlic House resumed at 1 :1"
Noble Cornwall said his resolution
was for tho benefit of the Paradise
of the Pacific, a paper that had
done much toward directing the at
tention of the outside world to these
islands. He was sorry the Duke of
Wuiau.ic was not in his seat, as he
hoped he would support the resolu
tion. Noble Mullcr raised the point of
order that a subsidy to the Paradise
of the Pacific had been indefinitely
postponed, and he asked for the
ruling of the chair as to whether the
resolution was in order. There
would be no benefit to the country
in advertising the tax assessors, etc..
Noble Cornwell considered it
would be a great benefit to tho isl
ands to have the names of Consuls
Rep. Knudsen thought it was the
same matter as had previously been
disposed of. It would be obsurd to
pay a hundred dollars for one inser
tion of the list. There would be
some reason in a charge of ten dol
lars. The President said the resolution
was similar to others. Theie was
considerable of beating round the
bush in it. Still, as the terms of
the grant were diffeient in the two
cases, he was hardly prepared to
rule the resolution out of order.
Noble Wideuiann said the former
proposal was to give the paper a
subsidy of S 12,000 for the period,
and this was to give it S 100 a month,
on the pretext of paying for pub
lishing the ollicial list. There was
a distinction without a diiference,
and he consideied the resolution
out of order. If members wanted
to help the paper let them put their
nanus in their own pockets.
Noble Cornwell said he had put
his hands in his pocket as much as
any lion, member for advertising
the country. He moved the ayes
and noes be called.
Noble Muller moved the resolu
tion be indefinitely postponed.
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the resolution, which was lost on
the following vote :
Ayes Minister Brown ; Nobles
Widemann, Berger, Muller, Pua,
Hind ; Reps. Kauhi, Kahookano,
Waipuilani, White, Kanealii and
Noes Minister Peterson ; Nobles
Macfarlanc, McCarthy, Phillips, Kau
hane, Crabbe, J.M. Horner, Parker,
Marsden, Baldwin, W. Y. Horner,
Cornwell, Walbridge, Anderson, G.
N. Wilcox, Kanoa; Reps. Marques,
Lucas, R. W. Wilcox, Bush, Nawahi,
Baker, A. Horner, Apiki, Paehaole,
Cockett and Ilalslead. 27.
Minister Spencer was excused by
request, on the ground that the ex
penditure was to be at his discre
tion. Noble Cornwell moved that the
resolution be considered with the
Appropriation Bill. Carried.
Rep. Waipuilani moved a recon
sideration of the vote on the claim
of J. N. Kaiaikawaha. Carried.
Noble Baldwin asked for leave of
absence three or four clays. Granted.
OHDKK OP THE DAY.
Third reading of the Appropria
Rep. Paehaole moved to insert
52512 for the payment of Kaiaika
Noble Widemann asked for a rul
ing on the point as to whetcr other
bills appointed for third readjng
siioutu not nave precedence.
The President ruled that the in
tention of the resolution passed yes
terday was that the third reading of
the Appropriation Bill should be the
order or the day till finished.
Rep. Halstcad moved, and it car
ried, that the ayes and noes be call
ed on the proposed item for Kaiai
The item passed on the following
Ayes Nobles Berger, Maofar
laue, Muller, Pua, McCarthy, Phil
lips, Crabbe, Hind, Parker, Corn
well, G. N. Wilcox, and Kanoa ;
Reps. Marques, Lucas, R. W. Wil
cox, Bush, Nuuiihi, Kahookano,
Paehaole, White, Kanealii and Hal
Noes Ministers Cummins.Brown,
Spencer and Peterson ; Nobles Wid
deuiauu, Kauhuue, J. M. Horner,
Miusden, Baldwin, AV. Y. Horner,
Walbridge and Anderson; Reps.
Rickard, Kauhi, Baker, Horner,
Waipuilani, Apiki, Cockett and
Noble Cornwell moved that an
item of $2100 be inserted, under the
Department of the Interior, to pay
the 1',-iradiso of the Pacific $100 a
month for publishing the list of
olHuials and consuls.
Noblu Wldciiianu moved to add a
piovlblon that lliu photograph of the
lion, Noble making tho motion
should lie engraved and published
at tlm licml of tliu list,
Noliln C'ornwull culled tho lion,
Noble to onliir, I In tviuitml no pur-
HIHIlllltlllS In til la IIoiiho,
Hup. J'lutlmolii iniuml Ww point
Mini Mm Inwitlon (ionltl only lit
liimlu In Nun, y, in (u llmixu imulil
mil un Imiild
Tim l'niiiliiiil nilml lliu jiolnl
a mm iuu
. i . mmm
olllcer could hardly havo a claim to
salary when absent from the king
dom. Noble Marsden said teachers were
paid during vacation.
On motion of Rep. Paehaole the
ayes and noes were called on the
motion, which was carried on the
Ayes Ministers Cummins,Brown,
Spencer and Peterson ; Nobles Mul
ler. Pua, McCaithy, Phillips, Mars
den, Cornwell, Walbridge, Anderson,
G. N. Wilcox and Kanoa; Reps.
Lucas, R. W. Wilcox, Nawahi,
Baker, A. Horner and Halstcad 20.
Noes Nobles Berger, Kauhane,
J. M. Horner, Parker and W. Y.
Horner; Reps. Brown, Bush, Kauhi,
Kahookano, Apiki, Paehaole, White,
Cockett and Knudsen 14.
Noble Baldwin asked to be ex
cused from voting, as he was on the
committee on the matter last ses-
Noble Widemann and Reps. Wai
puilani and Kanealii being doubtful
Salary of Jailor Oahu Prison,
Minister Peterson moved 82700,
amount undrawn, owing to transfer
from Attorney-General's Depart
Sheriff of Hawaii, Sot'iOO.
Sheriff of Maui, SoOOO.
Sheriff of Kauai, S4000.
Clerk to Sheiiff of Maui, $1800.
Clerk to Sheriff of Hawaii, 81800.
Clerk to Sheriff of Kauai, 8(500.
Pay of Police, Hawaii, 870,000.
Pay of Police, Maui, 830,000.
Pay of Police, Oahu, 8120,000.
Pay of Police, Kauai, 23,1)00.
Clerk, translator and copyist,
Kep. Kahookano moved 82100.
Rep. Kanealii moved to insert
8100 to refund the Police Justice ot
Rep. Brown did not see why the
House should pay for the magis
trate's misdeed. lie was warned
but gave a wrong judgment, and a
verdict of 8400 was given against
him for false imprisonment.
Minister Peterson had a dim re
collection of the affair, but his feel
ing at the time was that the magis
trate was an injured man.
Noble Widemann thought if the
House would pay all the fines of
Government oillcials they might as
well shut up shop.
Noble Cornwell considered he was
doing right in voting for tlte item.
At the tune he thought the judge an
Rep. liush raised the point, and
the Chair sustained it, that discus
sion was out of order after the ques
tion was put to the House.
The motion was lost.
Incidentals and Civil and Criminal
Expenses of suits relative to Gov
ernment claims in lands, $1000.
Coroners' Inquests, 1500.
Sundry Expenses in Aid of Chi
nese Restriction Act, 500.
Support, maintenance, and care
of prisoners, 80,000. i
Minister Peterson moved $5G,754
(balance in transfer). Carried.
Rep. Nawahi moved to inseit $300
to pay Oflicer Wm. Sheldon his
share of the opium seized by him at
Kahului and mysteriously turned to
Minister Peterson said the item
would belong to the Finance Depart
ment, as it was seized by the Cus
toms. Rep. Nawahi replied that it was
stolen from the Marshal's custody.
Minister Peterson That is what
the hon. member says.
Rep. Paehaole thought it made
no difference where the item was in
serted. The motion carried.
Rep. Hopkano moyed to insert an
iteiii of $200, or one-half the claim
for back pay of forty-eight police
men. Minister Peterson said the claim
was based on the policemen's being
required for several months to sleep,
when off their watches, in berths'
prepared for them at the station.
Rep. Bush said people generally
paid for sleeping at the station
(laughter), but this was the first
clai he ad iear( tQ Up paid for
sleeping at tho station,
The motion was 16st.
Bureau of public instruction.
Salary of Inspector-General of
Schools, including his traveling ex
Salary of Clerk Board of Kduoa
Assistant Clerk, 83000.
Rep. Lucas moved to insert 81200
for aid to the Honolulu Library. It
was desirable to make it free to the
Messenger and book clerk, $1500.
Rep. White moved 81800.
Passed at $1500.
Support of English, Hawaiian and
Common Schools, $11)0,000. Passed.
Industrial and Reformatory School,
Hop. Paolmolu moved $10,000.
Passed as in tho bill,
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liriinoliHH at llilii, Wnlliikn and Ko
Noblu Miiibdim moved tlm Item ho
Htinol; out, o liollovud It to bo
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The ayes and noes were called on
the motion to strike out the item,
which was lost on tlie following vote:
Ayes Ministers Brown, Peter
son; Nobles Kauhane, J. M. Horner,
Hind, Marsden, Baldwin, W. Y.
Homer, Walbridge, Anderson, G.
N. Wilcox; Reps. Brown, Kauhi, (k)
A. Homer, Rickard, A. S. Wilcox
Noes Ministers Cummins, Spen
cer; Nobles Widemann, Berger,
Macfarlanc, Muller, Pua, McCarthy,
Phillips, Crabbe, Parker, Kanoa;
Reps Marques, Lucas, R. W. Wil
cox, Bush, Nawahi, Baker, Kahoo
kano, Waipuilani, Apiki, Paeha
ole, White.Kanealii, Cockett, Hal
stcad, Knudsen 27.
The item passed.
Rep. White moved to insert, $10,
000 for aid to Iolani College vud its
branches. Several members of the
House and other distinguished citi
zens were educated at this college.
Rep. Bush explained his opposi
tion to this motion after having vot
ed for the previous one. The An
glican schools had in the past re
ceived assistance from the Board of
Minister Brown Six hundred
dollars a year.
Rep. Bush Is that all? Well he
heard that Mr. Davis's school had
got S3000 altogether although hav
ing only about six scholars. The
Catholic schools had been ignored,
although doing a great deal of good
in the land.
Rep. Ilookano understood, as a
member of the education commit
tee, that the Board had aided the
Anglican schools at the rate of 815
a head of the attendance.
Rep. White supported the motion
and moved the ayes and noes be
The motion lost.
Minister Brown, at the request of
the Board of Education, moved to
insert an item of 83122 for scholar
ships in the following institutions:
Oahu College, $720; Iolani College,
$1200; Knmchamcha school, $1102;
Ililo Boarding school, $G00. Car
ried. Stationery and Incidentals, 81,
200 ; Expenses of Normal Instruc
tion, $2000; Professor of Chemis
try, Oahu College, $2100; Compil
ing, printing and binding school
history of the Hawaiian Islands,
$2000. All passed.
Rep. Rickard moved a reconsider
ation of the item $100,000 for the
support of schools. The education
committee found that aid had been
given to St. Louis College to the
amount of $14,740, and since a
laige special vote had passed to that
institution lie would move that the
general item pass at 170,000. Lost.
Taking the census of 1890, $12,
000. Minister Brown moved Sec. 1
pass. Carried, and a motion to re
consider was lost.
Sec. 2. The following sums
amounting to are hereby also
appropriated out of any moneys in
the Treasury, other than the moneys
which may be derived from the
sources mentioned in Sec. 5 of this
Act, for the service of the biennial
fiscal period commencing with April
1, 1890, and ending with March 31,
A. D. 1892.
Noble Cornwell moved to insert
$2400 to pay the Paradise of the
aciljc $100 monthly for advertis
ing the official list. Carried.
Rep. Paehaole mo'ved to insert
82885.46 to refund An Lo for loss
as bondsman of the contractor on
the Luakawaha reservoir, as recom
mended by the minority of select
Noble Widemann moved the vote
be reconsidered. Lost.
Interior Department Postal Mon
ey Order reserve, $7000. Passed.
Purchase of road between Hilea
and Honuapo, $3500.
Noble J. M. Homer considered
this another ot those items that were
not necessities, and moved it be
transferred to Sec. 3.
Rep. Brown moved to leave the
item where it is, with the words in
serted, ,lat the discretion of the
Noble Horner's amendment being
lost, lie moved the item be struck
The itoifl passed, as amended by
Noble J. M. Horner moved recon
sideration, which was lost.
Purchase and rent of Aliiolaui lot,
Finance epa.rtmenti Subsidy to,
Ocean Linos, $18,000.
Hep. Brown moved in amend
ment: "Subsidy to ocean lines $48,000,
to lie approved and divided by the
Minister of Finance among the dif
ferent deep-sea going steamship
lines that run regularly to and from
the different ports of this Kingdom
and foreign ports, according to ton
nage of such steamship so running,
provided that no more than $1000
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