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Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1892.
Tho Assombly ro-eemvonod, from
rocoss, at 1:30 o clock.
Noblo Pun presented n minority
report from (ho Sanitary Committee
on petition relating to detention of
lopers at Kalihi to await arrival of
specialist from Sweden, rocommond
ing tho adoption of tho snino.
Tabled for consideration with ma
Hop. Wilder, from tho Committee
on Coinmorco, presented reports on
various bills, ote., as follows:
(1) To oncourago fruit raising and
canning by remission of duties on
canning material. Tho commit too
favor tno idea presented and prosonb
tho same in a substitute bill (192a)
which thoy recommend pass. Uo
port tabled for consideration with
bill. (2) A potition to have duties
remitted on tools and machinery
used for canning purposes. Tho
committee recommend the prayer of
tho petitioners bo granted. Jtoport
tabled. (8) Bill 18(5, relating to ro
rogistiation of brands. Tho com
nntteo recommend that tho bill pnss.
Report adopted; bill to engrossment
and for third Tending on Saturday
next. (-1) Bill relative to remitting
the duties on material used in mak
ing soap. Committee recommend
that tho bill pass. Eoport adopted;
bill to engrossment and for third
rending on Snturday next. (5) Bill
to authorizo tho appointment of
mail clerks on inter-island steamers.
Committee woro opposed to the bill
on tho ground of expense; recom
mended that tho bill bo tabled.
Noblo Thurston, from tho Public
Lands Committee, reported on a
potition from J. W. Robertson, pray
ing for tho paj'mont of $286 for ma
terial and labor furnished tho rail
road running to .tho Waikiki stone
crushing grounds; and $72.08 for la
bor, porfornied on a bridge at Waia
lua. Tho committeo considor the
claim just, recommend tho payment
and that tho petition and report bo
tabled for consideration wjtli tho
Appropriation Bill. Adopted.
Noblo Marsden, from a special
committee, reported outho. bill lela
tivo to rogulating tho hours of labor
of Government employees and re
commended tho passage thereof.
Report tabled for bill.
The samo member -from anothor
special committee reported on Bill
12, relating to tho ameudmont of
Sec. 1492 of the Civil Code, relating
to contract laborers. Thoy recom
mend that the bill pass. Report
tabled for bill.
Noblo Marsden from the samo se
lect committee presented a minority
report on Bill 149, relative to tho re
vision of tho law known as tho Mas
tors and Sorvauts Act, relating to
advances to contract laborers. Tho
minority recommend tho bill pass.
Report tabled for majority report.
Noblo Thurston, from a special
committeo, presented a partial re
port in ro tho item of i?36,0OO for
subsid3r to the Oceanic Steamship
Co. The recommendations in tho
report presented wero? that $24,000
be paid for tho usual biennial sorvico
and $12,000 more if tho steamer Aus
tralia touched first at Ililo on route
hither. The committee stated that
there woro somo piospects of the
steamer Zealnudin coining hither on
December 6th. Noblo Baldwin in
connection with this report fnvorod
$30,000 for tho logulnr and $6000 ex
tra for tho Hilo trip. Noblo Hind
and Rep. Ashford have yot a report
to" present, so this, presented, w s
tabled pro torn.
Noblo Williams, from the special
(Water Works) committee having
consideration of tho- claim of L.
Ahlo for services, leported adversoly
thereto. Report adopted.
Rop. Kamnuoha, from a special
committee, having consideration of
Bill 5 relative to the segregation of
lepers, reported a now bill, No. fia,
which thoy recommend pass. Tabled
for a minority report.
Rop. Smith presented from tho
special committeo having considera
tion of "taro blight" mattors, a
longthy loport including observa
tions of Prof. A. B. Lyons of Oahu
College. Tho committeo lecommond
that tho sum of $T00 bo placod at
tho disposal of tho Minister of tho
Interior for further investigation.
Tabled for future consideration.
Noblo Thurston, from tho Com
mittee on Public Lands, under sus
pension of tho rules, reported on the
Boundary Commission Bill and re
commended its passage. Report
adopted, bill to engrossment and
for third reading on Saturday next.
Under tho head of Resolutions
Rop. Kapahu propounded questions
to tho Minister of Finance relativo
to the business transactions connec
ted with tho purchase of a house in
Kan, Hawaii, bv Hon. 0. Jt. Bishon.
tho sale thereof to tho Board of
Education, and tho lease to a certain
Noblo Yotimr. undor susnonsion of
tho rules, road for tho first timo by
title a bill to authorizo tho Hawaiian
uovernmont to contract for tho con
struction of an electric submarine
intor-islnud cablo. Referred to a
special committeo consisting of
Nobles Thurston, Young and Hind,
and Rops. Wilder and White.
At 8:15, on motion tho Order of
tho Day camo up, bringing forward
for consideration tho socond section
of tho Appropriation Bill.
Tho first paragraph of tho section,
which designated tho total amount,
tho sources from which the money
to bo expended was to obtained,
otc, was changed by btrikiug out tho
total presented, leaving tho amount,
for tho present, blank.
Tho first item considered was in
tho Department of Foreign Airairs,
and read "Education of Hawaiian
Youths abroad, $10,000."
Noblo Marsden moved reference
to a soloct committeo.
Tho Attornoj'-Gonoral opposed re
ference. Ho considered tho item as
woll as othors should bo passed over
for tho prosont. Ho could uot un
derstand how items in section 2
could bo taken up for consideration
when soction 1 of tho Bill had not
yot passed its socond reading.
Noblo Thurston favored roforonco
to tho Ministor of Foreign Affairs.
There woro now only two wards of
tho nation abroad. One of thorn was
in London and tho country had paid
for his education and expense for
tho last ton years. Tho othor was in
Boston since 1887. Tho young man
in London was mnrriod.
Noblo Baldwin favored roforonco
to tho Ministor of Foreign Affairs.
Tho reports from tho London pro
tego woro oxcollont, and ho person
ally had soon tho young man when
there. Ho was satisfied that if Noblo
Thurston had followed tho matter
up more closely ho would have boon
Noblo Thurston said (sotto voce)
that ho had followed "tho matter
closor than you have."
Rop. Robert Wilcox said that tho
remarks of Noblo Thurston indicated
tho dosiro to simply give Hawaiians
a half an education. Evory offorfc
was boing mado to stop tho advance-,
mont of Hawaiians in tho way of
knowledges and to prevent them
from having any prosiigo in their
own country. Tins sort of action
was whnt made tho-Rofonn party so
unpopular in 1887 when thoy caused
tho recall of youths then studying
abroad. Tho action was one whicli
could only come from a black-hearted
, Noblo Thurston would suggest to
the last speaker that ho tako a drink
of ico water and cool himsolf. Ho
(Wilcox) should keep his shirt on.
He had no objection to Hawaiians
being sent abroad for education. Ho
considered, however, that thoy
should pay for their education. His
education abroad had oxtonded for
only ouo year and a half but ho had
paid for it himself. His remarks
were brought out when ho con
sidered that for 12 years past ono
young man has boon onjoying tho
patronage of tho country to tho
dotrimont of othors. Ho considered
that after 12 years of education there
Should bo opportunity given to somo
On motion tho itom was referred
to the Ministor of Foreign Affairs.
Item, Relief of Indigent Hawaiians
$5000 was brought forward.
Tho Attorney-General again ob
jected to tho consideration of items
in this section on account of boing
out of order.
Noblo Thurston considered that
the Attornoy-General did not know
what ho was talking about.
Pending action, at 3:55, tho Assom
bly, on motion, adjourned.
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JL has leased tho property belonging to
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tho present, will lie open to tho public as
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