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Theo. i Davies &ffifo.
Tuesday. Nov. 22, 1892.
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Tho Assembly ro-convonod nl 1:10
o'clock and discussion was proceed
ed with on Noble Marsdon's light
wino nnd beer bill.
Hop. Pua offered an amendment
that no liconsos bo issued in' districts
whoro a saloon was now licensed.
Hep. losopn was opposed to tho
bill. Ho characterized tho intro
ducer as ono who was ahead tho
father of ono measure which had
proved destructive to tho interests
of tho country, viz.. tho mouirooso.
(Laughter.) Now it was proposed
to introduce another dustructivo
Ken. Bush snoko at considerable
length in opposition. Ho considered
that tho only proper uso for alcohol
was to preserve that which was
dead to provont it from rotting. Ho
moved the bill bo referred to a com
mit too to report to tho noxt session
of tho Legislature.
Noble Marsdon agrood that liquor
was a curse. Tho knowledgo that it
was so in tho Hawaiian Islands was
tho introduction of this bill. This
was a stop in tho cause of temper
ance and at tho noxt sossion ho
would advance another stop.
Hop. Bipikano said that ho was
surprised at tho introduction and
amount of intorost which was token
in this bill. Ho had not hoard of
any petitions being prosontod to ad
vance this measure. iNono ol tno
general public had prosontod any
prayors that this bill pass. On tho
contrary tho petitions tended against
tho passago of any such measure.
Tho general causo of complaint at
iprosont in tho community was lack
of coin, not lack of liquor. This
measure, if passod, would only assist
in making the already wealthy
saloon-keopor still richor and tho
poor Hawaiian still poorer. Ho con
sidered it strange that Noblo Mars
don had not introduced some meas
ure which would tend to tho general
prosperity of tho country, rather
than ono liko this which would assist
in further depopulation and poverty.
Hop. Kapalm said that lie was in
favor of tho bill. Ho could, if ho so
wished, tell stonos of tho bonohcial
effects of liquor. Ho thought that
discussion enough had been had on
tho subject, so ho would move tho
Noblo Baldwin and Noblo Thurs
ton desired the menibor to withdraw
his motion, but ho declining so to do
tho motion of tho "previous ques
tion" was put aim lost.
Noblo Thurston said that tho
question was ono upon which those
on neither side could afford to
bo dogmatic. Ho had opposed
tho indefinite postponement of tho
bill tho other day so as to allow the
presentation of argument. Ho
favored tho idea that something
should bo done. Ho, since hoaring
of the Gothonberg or Norwegian
system, believed that that sj'stom
should bo investigated and therofoio
ho would favor tho motion made by
tho mombor (Bush) for reference to
a committee to report to the session
of 181)1. To that end ho had drawn
up tho following resolution:
Hosolved, that a commission of
five porsons shall bo appointed to
whom Bill 65a shall bo rof erred, with
instructions to thoroughly investi
gate tho subject of tho sale of wino,
boor and spirits, with a view to miti
gate tho ovils of tho traflic therein;
and nioro particularly to investigate
tho working of tho so-called Gothon
berg system, and roport to tho
Legislature of 1891, whether either
or of such systems is suitable for
which would havo most helped
thorn. Ho hoped that tho bill would
Noblo Marsdon said that ho did
not wish to prolong tho dobato; ho
boliovod all that could bo had boon
said in favor and against tho bill.
Ho boliovod that a trial would prove
that tho moasuro was a good ono.
Ho moved tho previous quostion.
Tho "provious quostion" motion
carried and also a motion that tho
ayes and uoos bo takon on tho motion
to indefinitely postpone tho bill.
Tho motion to indefinitely post
pone tho bill was put and carried by
a voto of 25 to 19 as follows:
Aj-os Ministor Jones; Noblos Pua.
Knuhano, J. M. nornon Hind, Hoa
pili, Young, Baldwin, W. Y. Horner,
Anderson, Thurston; Rops. "Wildor,
Bipikano, Knuhi, Bush, A. Homor,
Nnliinu, Whito, Kanonlii, Edmonds,
Kaluna, Iosopa, Akinn, Smith, A. S.
Noes Ministers Robinson j Brown;
Noblos Borgor, Eua. Hopkins, Cum
mins, Williams, Maiio, Marsdon, Wal
bridgo, Droior; Rops. Ashford, Aki,
Pua, R. Wi Wilcox, Knunamnno, Ka
ninuohn, Waipuilnni, Kapahu 10.
Absont Minister G. N. Wilcox;
Noblo Kanoa; Hop. Koahou.
Immediately thereafter tho Assem
bly, at 3:50, adjourned.
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Hop. Kaunnmano said that ho did
not believe that this bill would bo
the. cause of tho further decrease of
tho Hawaiian race. Hawaiians had
boon' drinking rum for tho last"10
years,! therefore tho statement that
this moasuro would further injure
them was all idle talk. Tho bill was
intended and ho boliovod it would
tend greatly to reduco drunkenness
or at least the evils attending indul
gence in spirituous Honors. If the
opposors of 'this bill would'intrpduco
a law prohibiting tho introduction
of liquor into tho kingdom ho would
aid them. But ho favored this Bill.
Hop. B. W. Wilcox favordd the
bill. At tho prosout timo stron
spirits woro surreptitiously sold
over tho islands; this measure would
assist in stopping that trailie. It
was said that tho passage of tho bill
would assist in killing piT tho few re
maining Hawaiians; ho know that
they were now being killed off by
tho licensed privileges already exist
ing, nnd ho considered that light
wines anil boor would' bo more of a i
Donont tiian a curse to ironoral so
ciety. Ho had in Franco, Italy and
Germany noticed tho indulgence in
those lighter beverages nnd drunken
mon woro the exception. Ho thought
that n man who did not indulge in
something stimulating nt times al
ways indicated his moan disposition
in his looks, while ho who took a
glass of wine or a glass of boor oc
casionally was honUhy and jolly nnd
doubled tho length of his days. Ho
looked upon the bill as n uboful tem
Noblo Baldwin said that ho had
but a few words to say. Ho con
sidered that tho House should bo
very careful how they passod any
laws of this nature This measure
nflectod the lives and the hnppiuoss
of tho community and should bo
well investigated. Ho favored refer
ence to a committeo to roport anon.
Bop. Ashford considered that tho
arguments of some of tho opponents
against the bill were most fallacious.
Bolativo to an ineidont related by
Bop. Bipikano, whon ho (Bipikano)
from indulgence in drink fell into a
well, it was not tho gin Which had
injured him but tho water in tho
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