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FuiiuY, Oct. 31.
Tho Ilmisu resumed at 1 :-lo and
proceeded with the second reading
of the Election Bill.
Sec. 24 passed.
Hep. Rickard moved an amend
ment to Sec. 25, "of disqualifica
tions," to substitute "any" for "the
llrst deuree" of manslaughter.
Noble WIdemann said tho mover's
Idea was good, but a person might
bo convicted of manslaughter in a
minor degree when ho had not been
proved guilty of malicious Intent.
Rep. Pachaole thought the amend
ment disagiecd with "the Constitu
tion. The amendment was lost.
Sees. 2G and 27 passed.
Noble Widcmann explained that
Sec. 28, "of registration." was an
innovation. The section reads:
"There shall be appointed by the
Minister of the Interior, by and
with the consent of the Cabinet, an
Electoral Registrar, who shall be
and act as a gencial registrar for all
the electoral d'stricts of the king
dom, and who shall, make and keep
records of all persons entitled to
vote at any election, which shall be
known as the 'Register of Voters.'
and the ofllcc shall be in Honolulu
under the direction of the Minister
of the Interior. The 'Register' pre
pared and used under the election
law of 1888. Chanter 7G. may be
used as the 'Register of Voters'
herein named as far as practicable."
Rep. Pachaole thought the sec
tion should be struck out. The
work would bo done more satisfac
torily by tho Inspectors of Election,
who were men well acquainted with
the residents of their respective dis
tricts. This new olllcer would cause
a doubling up of the work. The
present law worked satisfactorily in
this particular, and the change would
cause extra expense.
Rep. Kauhi considered the sec
tion intended to make a billet for
some person, whose duty would he
chiefly to copy names from the old
resistor. He honed the introducer
would consent to have the section
Noble Widemann said the bill was
picpared originally by eight mem
bers of the House, and a committee
had submitted certain amendments
Rep. Brown did not think the sec
tion should be struck out. The idea
was to have the Registrar go over all
the lists to revise them, according
tc provisions in other parts of the
bill. When his work was completed
it would be the "Great Register of
the Kingdom," in which voters for
Nobles and for Representatives
would be separate, and which would
be available for reference as to the
number of voters in eacli district.
The section would not increase the
expense, and he thought it a very
sensible amendment to the law.
Minister Peterson said that under
the present law a person had to do
this kind of work in a central ollicc
in Honolulu, and there was there
fore no increase of expense involved.
Rep. Pachaole insisted that the
section was intended to make a new
ollice. The registering was piovided
in other sections tojfie done by In
spectors. What e6qld the Registj nr
in Honolulu know about the correct
ness of the lists from such a distiict
as Ililo for instance? The work
should be done by the cleiks in the
Interior Ofllee, whoso salaries had
been raised by this House.
Noble Widemann believed that if
he had an hour to explain the sec
tion to the hon. member he would
support it. 1 he section was new to
him. It was the work that the Re
gistrar could not do which was left
to the Inspectors, the object being
to reduce the labors of tho latter.
The Registrar's work was absolutely
necessary in present circumstances
of the pountry. If the proposed me
thod did post moro the increased
expense would be amply repaid by
improved work. He could not lie
accused of want of regard for (icon
omy, having often been voted
down when his economical ideas
were deemed unreasonable
Rep. Knudsen agreed with the
statements of the hon. Noble, but
did not quite understand the section.
He thought it would be better if
each district had its own register,
in charge of tho chairman of Inspect
ors, who could get information from
tho School Agent, who had a list of
the taxpayers. (Noble Widemann
interrupted tho speaker in an under
tone.) ff it was tho hon. Noblo
who was Bpeaking lio would say,
"Shut up," hut tho epcukor woulcj
not say so to him. Tho method ho
Biiggested would bo more effective
as well as simpler. Moreover, in
nearly every district tho School
Agent wus tho chairman of Inspec
tors. Noble Muller thought the amend,
muni would ho iiioin economical, tin
tlm liiHpuotors charged a day for an
hour or two'tj woik,
'i'lin Hfiitloii umM,
Rhus, ill), 110, uml ill (msui'd,
Noliju Vii!imiiin movitil Id ihiidihI
Hu, Utf vorlwlly In uwiiiliu iili
iirliiltiil iiiiiuiiiliiiuiiu viiluultUul.
Dim lwl. mill Him wiiilun Mwl m
UlPJiilwil', , . ,
fcuiw. M to u limlusJyy utiul
bIUuuji umimiliuuul. , , ,
Uiu, ljlvk i uiuvwJ U) wUiluiv
"itiimfM' lu Uu wiwli"
mmu MijjWr ii uf
HONOliULtJ, k' 1., SrOVBMSfiSft 1, 18H0.
lioards of Inspectors of plcctlon,
Minister Peterson moved to am
end by adding the scntouco submit
ted by ('011111111100 in printing, as fol
lows: "Two Inspectors over and
nbovo those provided for above shall
in the same manner bo appointed for
each polling place or precinct to
nerve on tho election day only. (This
is renuired on account of the pro-
vision1 for secret voting elsewhere
in the hill.)
Rep. Brown believed in the theory
of scciet votimr. but doubted its
practicability in tills country. He
opposed the amendment on this
Nolile Muller spoke in favor of
the provisions of the bill in this re
gard. Hop. White favoicd secret voting
and suggested having pictures of
the candidates posted up with their
iiamc'l in the polling places for tho
bcnofU of those who could not rend.
Rep. Paehaolo opposed adding to
the number of three Inspectors at
each voting place.
No'ole Widemann said he would
he sorry if the bill slipped up on a
side ihsue. Perhaps the number of
Insptictois in the originnl bill would
be sullli'ient. Referring to a remark
of ihc previous speaker, he said he
thought that at least nine-tenths of
the Hawaiian voters could read and
Noble Macfarlano was sorry that
the Hawaiian members were inclined
to oppose this measure which design
ed to give us fair elections.
This bill provided for absolute
secrecv of voting, and, in hun
dreds of places where the system
had been tested in America, the
result was puiityof elections. In
every city where "Boss Rule" held
sway the secret ballot was bitterly
opposed. Without the secret ballot
amendments the Election law would
be a failure and he uiged that any
and all arguments that would be
brought up against it was throwing
dust in the eyes of those who should
be fully alive to the importance of
Rep. Kanealii believed that the
Inspectors being appointed by the
Minister of the Interior would be
Rep. Nawalu objected to piling up
olllcials. If the franchise was made
an educational one, all this trouble
would he avoided.
Noble AVideinann again spoke in
behalf of fair treatment of the bill.
Under present circumstances the
safeguards in question were neces
sary. The amendment carried and the
section passed as amended.
Minister Peterson moved to amend
Sec. 40, "of the duties of the In
spectors of Election," in several
particulars. Carried, and the sec
tion passed as amended.
Noble Marsdon moved the House
adjoin n till 10 o'clock Monday
Noble J. M. Horner moved the
Noble Macfarlane would like to
know the hon. Noble's reasons for
adjourning over a working day.
Noble Marsden said he had pro
mised to make the motion in order
to give the judiciary committee a
day for the opium investigation.
Minister Peterson We have had
all the opium we want.
The House adjourned at :i:50.
THE WORLD OVER,
Seven mountain peaks of the
Blue Ridge range in jjoitli Carolina,
east of Ashevillo, have been omit
ting smoke for several weeks, for
the third time since tho Charleston
John. D. Rockefeller has just
given 81,000,000 more to the Chica
go Baptist University in addition to
thcSCOo.OOO contributed previously.
He will pay the money in seven
years, beginning on October 1, 1800.
Bears an,d deers are very plenti
ful in the Dismal Swamp, in Vir
ginia, and old residents say they are
moio numerous than for man'
years. It is said to bo no unusual
thing to see deer drinking from the
Mrs. Mary E. Beaseloy, of Phila
delphia, has invented and patented
a barrel-hooping machine whieli
givos her an income of 820,000 a
year; her machine, it is claimed,
being capable of hooping 1200 bar
rels a day.
In an orchard near Visalia, Cal.,
1102 pounds of prunes were recently
gathered from one trco, whieli is six
years old. The product of one acre
has brought St 900. A few years
ago the land was considered to be
Professor Orton, while urging the
imperative necessity of taking action
to restrict tho wasteful use of na
tural gas, admits that even iho strict
est regi)IutioiB cannot prevent the
extinction or Ilia supply In u few
Tho theoiy tliut whisky is necos
snry in thu treatment of pneumonia
has received u blow from Dr. Bull,
of Now Voile citv, wIhXIUoovom
that In thu Nuw York hospitals (Jo
per emit, of tlm pnmiiiionlii patient
illu wllh ulcolinliu treatment, wliilu
In London, nt tlm Object l.uabon
ToiiH.'iiiijcu Hospital, only ft pur
OIiiiiIiih l.orliiK Jlitni wIiiirii
llitlltll In fiwIlM'llllllll l iiiiikmiikumI,
vim tar fuiiy yniirn ci)iiliiiii)iit iih h
inlwlumiiy ijinuiig lliu iiiuii' I In
utw ijju fuuinlur uf ilm UjIIiIidji'i
U) kuwuly ttliliili )t! itttJJUiu) tliwj
wu) uf ymitijf lhf Amu ihv Am
W9 y u gJ wl wiy yjj mnu4 hi
Tho MInino Judlaiw find ooiisldcr
able dlllloulty in procuring birches
or sulllciont size to furnish matcilnl
for building their bnrk canoes, and
are substituting canvas, which costs
less and will bear rougher handling.
Sir A. McGiegor, the adminis
trator of New Guinea, has taken a
decided stand on the drink question.
He has enacted that any one found
giving intoxicating liquors to a native
shall be liable to a penalty of 20.
While a broken ocean "cable was
being repaired 970 miles from port,
tho City of New York steamed by.
The men on thercpair steamer at
tached an instrument and tele
graphed the fact to tho Inman Line
agents in New York.
Mile. Louise Gauticr, a young
woman who was born deaf and
dump, but taught by the Grosseliu
system, was able to go through suc
cessfully all the examination both
written and oral of the National
Scuool of Fine Arts, at Puns, has
been appointed teacher of design in
A paragraph going the rounds of
the papeis says: A minister from
Africa, Rev. Leonidas Tourkclscn,
is lecturing to colored people in
Georgia on the advantages which
Africa holds out to them and urging
their emigration. He has arranged
for an expedition for Africa Nov. 15,
and expects to carry about 2000
colored Americans witli him.
Herr Peter Lcchner is known as
the "most lonely man" in Euiope.
He is in the weather bureau service
on one of the highest peaks of tho
Alps. Three times a day he takes
observations and telegraphs them to
Vienna. It is the custom of the
villagers on Christmas Day to cut
their way up to his eyrie nest
through tho snow-clad valley and
mountain and take him presents.
Throughout the year, it is the only
time ho sees a human face.
Miss Katie Marsden, a philan
thropic young English woman, with
her friend Mrs. Deanc, lias gone on
a tour of inspection of the leper
hospitals and settlements in Scandi
navia, Italy, Russia, the Ciimea,
Palestine, Egypt and Robben Island.
When they have learned the best
methods of dealing with leprosy
they will return to England where
it is said Mrs. Deanc intends to
build a hospital for cases of leprosj'
which shall mitigate to "the utter
most the woes of the victims of this
The "Jewish Messenger" quotes
Mr. George W. Childs, in regard to
his experience with women as journ
alists. Mr. Childs says: "Some of
the best writers on my paper are
the women editors of it and there is
not one of them who is not paid for
her work exactly as though she were
a man. I believe fully in this. It
is true that women have, in many
quaiteis, been underpaid for their
labors; but lam convinced, from
evidences I have seen, that this state
of tilings is gradually becoming less.
Let women be given a fair chance in
CAPTAIN II. Lightbody, of the baik
"Bilker," will not be lespoitaihlc
for any debts contracted
without his written order,
I. M. WHiTNKY is happy to
annouiiup to his nations and
friends in Honolulu and elm-whuie, that
heucefoith he will be assisted in his
dental lonuib by Dr A E NICHOLS, grad
uate of the St. LouiR Dental College,
nml for ravuial yours u successful prac
ttoucr in 1ir:u1l'iiu, California. Uflieu
boms as befoie fiom S:IIU a. M. to A :'M
v. si. 004 Pn
From and aftci this date we
will not be ifsponslble for any
fi eight after same has been
lauded. l'.uties to whom
fi eight is consigned inut lie it
the landing to, ruce(v( their
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COXSUI.ATK Qknkuai,. 1
Honolulu, II. I., Out. 'J8, 1800.
All pei suns having claims ugtilnst the
estate of Molhigtou Kendall, deceased,
and all persons Indebted to the same
are liurcby notlllcd to p'esent their bills
and make payment within :iu days, and
all piwous htivlng piopoity aie also
uolllled to lepoit the sumo and leave it
at this Consulate.
II. W. SEVKKANCE,
COO lw U. S. CoiibUlutc-Gcncrul.
FROM nml after tills ilatu wo not
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I'm ties to uliom fieiglit Is eoiHlcnuil
iniifct lie at tliu blatioii to lucelvu their
Nofiel,'lit will lm htoIvoiI for ship
imiiit between tho liouiri of 8;:i() anil 11
o'eloiiK a, in , ami between liilO ami -o'elouN
'J'rnliiN v III not lio iliiliilucil for hlilp
nieiit of (it'lh'lit without ifpeeliil uiiiine
f Xo finlf,lil will Ihi iceelveil alter
tills 1I11I11 niileoK I'limueK tun iiicpiilil,
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Tho hereditary Wood nnlsnn of
scrofula develops in tho dcllonto tissues
or tiio brain, menial weaknesses and
inilrimtics. Hllocv nml insnnitv. It en.
largos tho frlanils of tho th oat, impairs!
ino Bcnso 01 amen aim iusiq, or breaks
into consuming ulcu s on tho neck. It
destroys the lungs, r fills them with
tuberculous sorrel loni It eats away
tho coating of tho stomach, enlarges
tho liver, clogs tho kidneys, creates
constipation and induces piles. No
mnrmn agency can so speedily, per
manently and economically clcanso the
blood of scrofulous unison, plnur tho
complexion ami akin, scalp nnu Mood,
as iccutcr'H )i'ii
great uioou purimr.
Renter's Healing Soap
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clear skin, a noft, supplo skin. Gives
a natural tint, imparts freshness, re
moves blotches, prevents eruptions.
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Fino Bourbon Whiskies.
Lachman & Jacobi's
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Also, always in stock, a "H lino of tho choicest
BEERS, WINES, -
. SPIRITS, Etc.
We have for
Sarajarillii & Iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt & Co.,
Stockton, C.ilu. It is the most
wholesome and delicious tonic and
beverage of the age.
Oideis fiom the other Islands
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IN DARKEST AFRICA
Tho complete story of Stanley's recent thrill I tiff
adventures and tho dlnclosuro of hid Important
diasuvorlts will ami ar for tho first II mo U the
work written by liimftrlf, entitled "In Darboafc
Africa " D nut lio decwive I Ijy any f ilio so
cal'ed "Stanley books' uw bci olftrud us "geu
utue"and ' uutbtntic ' Ta no ono of Uiuhj has
ouinivy cuiuniiiivcii mniM
J Heroi a uu qucu'on urxiut tws statement lwlue
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leave for the above port wiUi
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Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
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of tho latest styles of
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To Its Job Printing Room
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