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VOL. IV. NO. 492.
HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAJ, AUGUST 9, 1892.
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Secretary J. O. Carter
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Monday, Aug. 8, 1892.
Hop. Knmnuohn o flu rod a resolu
tion that tho Advertiser reporter bo
compelled to apologise in tho
columns of his paper for a state
ment that the "Military Committee
was a useless body." In. support of
the same tho member said that the
penalty was not ver' severe but it
was necessary, as this was tho second
time tho reporter had transgressed.
The ztssembly did not consider that
tho Military Committee was a use
less body nor that their report was
useless. There was a limit to for
bearance; tho good Book says who-
oor smiles one on the eight cheek
to turn the left also. They had been
smitten both right and loft and it
was now time to take action laugh
ter). Tho President should instruct
all reporters to bo careful in their
Noblu Baldwin had a verious doubt
about tho propriety of tho language
used in the paper; he did not think
that tho language was right or
suitable in application to tho Mili
Rep. Bush favored refeienco to
tho Military Committee. Ho faorcd
giving latitude to tho papers in their
comments. Considered that tho ac
tions of certain members of the
House entailed blame on all. There
had boon considerable talk about
members running in Chinese to bo
naturalized; that was dirtier work
than anything done by the Adver
tiser. If tho members weio more
careful of their own actions tho news
papers would not say a great many
things that they do.
Rep. Robert Wilco said that he
would not say that tho language was
propor but ho thought that the
newspapers weio entitled to a great
deal of freedom. Tho members
could easily disprove by their ac
tions any unwarranted or unjust
comments which might bo printed.
There was time wasted in tho dis
cussion of this newspaper talk and
ho doubted not that tho reporters
wore highly pleased at tho notice
obtained. Ho did not like to mine
tho tabling of tho resolution but ho
hoped somebody else would.
Noble Thurston came on tho line
with both feoCas the defender of
the press privileges. Ho believed
that tho press had a perfect right to
criticise tho public actions of mem
bers of tho House. It was of bene
fit to tho country and tho House it
self should be thankful for tho in
struction given in honest criticism.
If criticism was shut oh" in one case
it would bo in another, and it would
lio hard to predict tho result. The
President ocn has given the House
a severe criticism for wasting time.
Ho boliood that tho introducer of
tho lesolution should bo eliminated
from the House rather than tho Ad
Hop. Smith moved tho indefinite
postponement of the resolution.
Tho comment made by the paper was
not contemptuous as a personality
but referred to tho work of tho com
mittee. Tho attention of the re
porter had boon called to tho article
and ho thought that was sullicient.
Hop. Kamauoha did not think that
tho resolution would givu rise to so
much discussion. Tho penalty was
mild and proper.
Noble Baldwin baid that ho did
not think the language was right or
proper, but ho was no more in favor
of mu..ling tho press than Noble
Thurston, ho believed in free disuus
sion and legitimate criticism. lie
did not believe that tho language
used was intended to bo pononal,
but as (he editor of thu paper did
not favor military it was intended to
apply to the labors of tho commit tee,
lie also thought that the resolution
was going too far, so ho seconded
tho indefinite postponement.
On motion thu resolution was in
Noble Marsden, from the Commit
tee on Ways and Means, presented
a report on tho Insane Asylum
to tho oueot thai tho coininitteo
aro of tho opinion that no reduc
tion can bo madu in tho amount ask
ed for Repairs and Running Expen
ses, without seriously crippling tho
efliciency of thu institution. There
fore tlioy recommend the passago of
tho amount as in the bill, $12,000.
Report tabled for Appropriation
Noble Thurston, from tho Com
mittee on Public Lands, reported as
follows on various wharves and land
ings: 1, S-2500 for wharf at Kaunakakai,
Molokai. Committee recommend
"Landing at Kaunakakai 1500." 2,
Appropriation for a landing at ru
koo, Molokai. Coininitteo recom
mend $T)00. , SIOOO for a landing
at Pelekunu, Molokai. Recommend
ed to bo tabled. 1, Appropriation
for a wharf at Kuau, Maui. Recom
mended to bo tabled. 5, Breakwater,
wharf and courthouse at Lahaiua,
?'.KXX1. Repairs are covered by gen
eral appropriation. Recommended
this petition bo tabled. 0, For ex
tension of wharf at Waimea, Kauai,
.$1000. Committee recommond ap
propriation bo made. 7, Wharf at
Niihau. Committee say that tho isl
and is nearly all t ho property of ono
person, necessity for wharf slight;
recommend petition bo tabled. 8,
SGOO, extension wharf at Keauhou,
$200, landing at Hoopuloa, 1000,
landing at Hookcna, Koua, Hawaii.
Tho Coininitteo recommend SCO0 for
wharf at Keauhou; landing at Hoo
puloa, $500; landing at Hookena,
$1000. J, $1000 repairs landing at
Kawaihae. Hecoininendod to bo
tabled. 10, $1000 for wharf at Kau
iki, $500 for landing at Keanae.
Committee recommend petitions bo
tabled. 11, SG00, repairs wharf at
Kailua. Recommend bo tabled. 12,
51500 for landing at Kula, Puna.
Coininitteo recommend $1000.
Tho report was received and tabled
for consideration with tho Appro
At 11:18 Hep. Hobort Wilcox
moved tho Order of tho Day and tho
Assembly resolved into Coininitteo
of tho Whole for consideration of
items in tho Appropriation Bill.
Ponding action at 11:50, on motion
of Noblo Cornwell, tho Coininitteo
ro.se and took reces until 1:30
Tho coininitteo re-assembled at
1:15 and tho consideration of the
Appropriation Bill was proceeded
with, Hep. Wilcox in tho chair.
A now item in connection with a
now bill passed, was inserted, viz.:
"Expenses of filling certificate of
boundar3; $200," and passed.
Another now item, Incidentals un
der the Homestead Act, $2000, pass
ed. Quarantine of diseased animals
$3000 in tho bill, passed at $1000.
On motion of Noblo Pua an item
of $300, to fence a certain burying
ground at Palania, was referred to
the Coininitteo on Public Lands.
The following items passed:
Government Pounds, $500.
Diamond Head Signal Station,
Hunt of Custom House Lot, Ka
Rent Post Office, Hilo, $1200.
Tho item "Pay of Physician and
agent under Act to Mitigate, $3200,"
was on motion referred to Sanitary
Repairs and Running Expenses
Insane Asylum, 512,000.
Noblo Marsdon moved (hat tho
item pass as in the bill, and itemized
the amount. In tho course of his
remarks in favor of the manner in
which tho Asylum was now carried
on, ho said that ho just received a
notobtating that Miss Virginia Cal
houn, who had a knowledge of tho
conduct of Asylums in California
and who was a visitor horo had visit
ed tho Asylum and hnd expressed
her satisfaction and commendation
at tho management. Tho item pass
ed as presented.
Noblo Cornwoll moved that a de
ferred item, "Pay of Queen's G uard,
$50,000," bo taken up. Agreed to.
Hop. Wnipuilani nsked questions
of tho introducer to tho effect, 1,
Wore the men under contract? 2,
For from 3 to C years? 3, Was report
signed by Noblo Cornwell based
To all of these Noblo Cornwoll
Hop. Wnipuilani moved that tho
item pass, as ho could not under
stand how thu Government could do
otherwise than Keep their engage
ments, Noble Cornwoll baid: In submit
ting tho report now before tho House
on tho item of $50,000 for tho Queen's
Guard, ho wished to oxplnin tho po
sition he had taken. He was well
aware that tho country was passing
through a most critical time, and
that tholloiibo should study econ
omy, At tho same timo ho did not
boliovu it would bo economy to dis
band all or a part of tho present
force. Tho men aro all enlisted for
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