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TmwDAY, Dec. 1, 1892.
Tho aftornoon roll call was voiced
13' tho Clork at 1 :tfO o'clock, but tho
answers indicated a lack of quorum.
At 1:45 tho lluuso was called to or
der. Consideration of t lie hill to abo
lish tho ollice of Firo Marshal was
continued, and aft or a short discus
sion tho motion to pass was put.
Lost, 20 to in as follows:
Ayos Minister Robinson; Nobles
Mailo, Kauhane, J. M. Homer, Hind,
Marsdon, and V. Y. Homer; Hops.
Bipikano, Ashford, AW, H. W. Wil
cox, A. Horner, Kaunamano, Kaniau
oha and Smith 15.
Noos Ministers Wilcox and
jor, Ena, Pita,
"Wilder, Knuhi, Wnmuilnni, White,
Kauoalii, Edmonds, Knlunti, Iosopa
and Akina 20.
Absent Minister Jones; Nobles
Hopkins, Peterson. Walbridgo and
Kanoa; Hops, litisli, Koahou, Ka
pahu, Nahinn and A. S. Wilcox.
President Walker announced tho
Dentistry Cominitteo to bo Hops.
Waipuilani, Smith and Knunanmuo,
and Noblos Marsden and Williams.
Undor suspension of tho rules No
ble Thurston introduced a potition
for tho reduction of tho dntj' on
bicycles. Hoforrod to tho Cominit
teo on Connnorco.
From tho Public Lands Commit
tee, tho same inombor presented a
report on tho bill authorizing tho
Minister of Interior to issuo Hoyal
Patents for certain lands, and re
commended that the said bill bo
tabled. Roport tabled for considera
tion with tho bill.
Second reading of Bill 189, relat
ing to railroad mortgages. Passed
to engrossment and for third read
ing on Saturday.
Bill 108, to confer upon the Board
of Representatives of tho Firo De
partment greater control over tho
funds' of tho Department, camo up
on second reading and was passed
to engrossment, and for third read
ing on Saturday next.
Bill 1-15, a proposed amendment
to tho Constitution, to permit mem
bers of tho Legislature to bo eligible
to appointments in the diplomatic
and consular corps, came up on
Hop. Wilcox said that ho did not
think it looked well to have foreign
ers representing the country abroad.
Ho instanced the lack of power on
tho part of foreigners to obtain tho
Reciprocity Treaty with tho United
States which was finally obtained
through tho efforts of tho late King
Kalakaua, a native Hawaiian. Now,
closer relations are desired and again
undoubtedly a native Hawaiian will
bo the successful pleader. As it is,
tho brains and ability of tho coun
try are represented in tho Legisla
ture, and thero is no one loft outside
capable of representing tho country.
Such was his reason for desiring a
laxity of tho rule which prohibits
members of tho Legislature holding
ollice during tho term for which
thoy are elected.
On motion tho report of tho Com
mittee, tabling tho bill, was adopted.
Bill 146, a proposed amendment to
Article 54 of tho Constitution, pro
viding that any inombor of tho
Legislature, if arrested, ovon when
caught in flagrante delicto, bo per
mitted to take his seat on a parole
of five members. A report of a com
mittee, recommending that tho bill
bo tabled, was read and adopted.
Bill Hi, to amond Article 59 of
tho Constitution, relative to reduc
ing tho income qualification of voters
for Noblos from $600 to 300 per an
num. Bill tablod to await majority
Bill 175, to regulate tho hours of
labor of cortaiu Government om-ploj-ees.
A report from a special committee
was road recommending that the
Noblo Marsdon favored tho pas
sago of the bill.
Hop. R. W. Wilcox considered
that, it would bo advisable to go
slow in passing this bill or elso it
might bo necessary to run tho Gov
ernment on the plan of a sugar plan
tation, whore thoy have to go to
work so early that family prayers
havo to bo held in tho cane hold.
All the work necessary could bo
dono botweeu 9 o'clock a. in. and 1
o'clock p. in. Ho boliovod that tho
elimato was a drawback to tho early
uoiirs usou auroau. xo compel com
lliauco with the proposed law would
tend to hurry sonio of tho Govern
ment ollicials into an early grave.
Rop. Whito said that, he favored
the bill. He romembered that some
time ago when they had drawn their
pay ho dosirod to got a money ordor
to send to Lahaina, Ho visited the
postal monoy ordor ollice nnd saw
the young man thero and desired to
get his ordor. Tho young man look
ing at tho clock told me that I
must wait until 9 o'clock. Thon I
told him I was tho Hon. Mr. Whito,
from Lahaina; ho told mo that that
inado no difference I would havo to
wait until 9 o'clock all tho same, and
I had to, Ij howovor, had a sweet
morsel in mind for tho lazy clork by
thinking that I would dig up the
"hours of labor" bill which I had
helped to kill tho previous session
and carry it through at this, and that
is just wnat I intend to try to do.
Another thiiig,it is amusing to watch
tho pace of tho difforont ollicials
during workinir hours, and at -1
o'clock; ho moved tho previous ques
On motion tho report of tho com
initteo was adopted, bill passed to
engrossment and ordered for third
reading on Tuesday next.
Bill 42 to amond Section 1120
of tho Civil Code relating to con
tract laborors came up ou second
reading and a report of tho Labor
Cominitteo recommending tho bill to
pass was adopted. Bill to engross-
ment and to third roadiug on Tues
Bill 119, to amend Soclions 1119
and 1420 of tho Civil Codo rolating
to a revision of tho law rolating to
Mastors and Sorvants and applying
to advance moneys camo up in con
nection with a report of tho Labor
Committee. Tho committoo recom
mended that t,lip bill bo tabled. Re
port of committoo adoptod and bill
Bill 198, to punish the uso of vul
gar, profano and obscono languago,
was road in connection with a com
mittoo report thereon. Tho com
mittoo recommend Hint the bill pass.
Roport of cominitteo adopted, bill
to engrossment and for third read
ing on Tuesday noxt.
Bill 199, rolating to amending tho
law relating to segregation of lopors.
Report of majority of committee
thoroon rocommondod that the bill
Ibo indefinitely postponed, as thoj'
regard tho repeal of tho law com
pelling segregation of lopors as
fraught with danger to tho com
numity. Tho minority reconiinend
od that suspects bo oxomptod from
tho old law and favor tho passage of
Rop. Smith favored tho roport of
tho majority of tho committoo.
Rop. Bipikano stated that ho had
como in contact withsomo peoplo at
tho Lopor Sottloinout who looked
woll and showed no signs of loprosy
Asking them how thoy got there,
thoy told him thoy had boon arrest
ed unclor tins law which allows tho
arrest of "suspects." Ho favored
tho minority roport.
Rop. Waipuilani said that tho "sus
pect" portion of tho law works hard
ships, especially in the outer dis
tricts. A man may havo a grudge
against another and complain that
ho is suspected of loprosy. Tho sus
pect is arrested, brought to Hono
lulu, for thoro may bo no physician
in tho district. Tho suspect ma' bo
discharged, but, like all native Ha
waiians, ho believes that after once
boing arrested thero is no hopo for
him, he must go to Molokai; so ho
soils his little belongings and, even
if cleared, ho. has nothing loft of his
old homo and surroundings. Ho in
stanced two young girls' boing ar-
rostod, boing taken to jail and thojT
woro examined, almost publicly, and
nothing was found to bo wrong with
thorn. He also spoko of a particular
case of a man in Hilo, who had
enemies, nnd because thej' desired
to rovongo themselves thoy had his
boy arrested; ho had groat trouble
to prove tho lie.
Continuing tho member said that
tho Hawaiians woro charged with
spreading tho aisoaso by passing a
pipe from mouth to mouth. If so,
the same could bo said of tho com
munion cup in the churches which
passes from lip to lip; that custom
should bo abolished.
Noblo Young That is true; that
should bo stopped.
Rop. Waipuilani now, at 4:05 mov
ed adjournment. Carried.
The Band at Chicago.
The proposal to send tho band to
Chicago at tho public expense is an
outrage, and the Legislature ought
to kill it ou sight. Just imagine
Honolulu for throe months relying
for music on some peripatetic
hurdy-gurd', while Borgor and tho
boys were on tho platform of Thurs
ton's cyclorama tooting an invitation
to "walk up" and soo tho groatest
show ever sent from Polynesia. Of
course tho Advertiser wants the band,
as tho Volcano C3rclorama stock is
owned by its family. The widow of
our late lamented King, Queen Ka
piolani, must bo content with a pit
tance, which is noxt to nothing;
needed public improvements must bo
struck out and hard-worked Govern
ment sorvants bo cut down to starva
tion salaries; but, oh, givo us tho
band for our show, crios Thurston &
Co. Can't Thurston got up a band
of Japs, tho3' are evidently his com
ing race of musicians. Ajax.
Air. J. P. Blaizo, an oxtonsivo real,
estate dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped ono of tho severest
attacks of pneumonia while in tho
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says tho Saturday
Review. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his return ho
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Baize
sent to tho nearest drug store and got
a bottlo of Chamborlain's Cough Re
medy, of which ho had often heard,
and took a number of largo doses.
Ho says tho effect was wonderful and
in a short time ho was breathing
quite easily. Ho kept on taking tho
medicine and tho next day was able
to como to Dos Moinos. Mr. Blaizo
regards his euro as simply wonderful.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
Tho Mount Washington signal and
Boarch light lias boon out dono in ono
capacity recently by au electric ap
paratus with which experiments havo
been made at Earls .Court. Tho
managers havo succeeded not only
in throwing tho distinct forms of
gigantic letters upon tho clouds, but
thoy havo ovon made the' well-known
features of Mr. Gladstone appear in
ghostly outlino in tho heavens.
Bkll 4U - TELEPHONES Mutual 414
At McKinley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
12 JL TOHST!
OT- Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
Ring up No, 411 on
Monday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE At STEAMSHIP
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FOlt THE A1IOVK POUT ON
Wednesday, December 7th,
unilcrslimcfl arc now nrcmred to
issuo Through Tickets from tins city to nil
points in tho United States.
For further particulars regarding Freight.
or i-nssngo appiy to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
587-Gt General Agents.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwrijjht.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpilAT PLEASANT SUB
JL urban t'ottago on Nuu-
residence of Mr.
Soroii'ion, nicely appointed and with agree
able surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from tho heat
of tho City. Terms !f 18 per month.
A NICE COTTAGE WITH
pleasant grounds ou
Ileretania street, a few doors
from Keeaumoku street, re
cently occupied bv Mrs-. Carney, ontrances
irom xoung aim ucretania streets, nousc.
Stables and Outhouses all complete, and
in first-class order. Stroot Cars pass the
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
?22 per month, including water rates.
NOTE Before becking or closing bar
gains olsewliore, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at onco consult the under
signed at thoir oilice.
Wo keen nronertv in first-class con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords we will always bo found reason
able in our dealings.
Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
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trally located. Inquire at
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posite Fort street churc
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At Theo. H. Davies it Co.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, Ou Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. etc Commands
ono of tho finest views in Honolulu.
to (477-tf) J. M
NICE COTTAGE ON
Beretauia street, near
Piikoi street, containing
l'nrlor. ' Jiedrooms. liutn-
room, Diningroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Sorvant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
xramcaiH pass every -jv iiiuiuich. Aiiiuy at
office of this paper.
FOR SALE or LEASE
Promises lately occu
pied by Mr. E. Sulir, will
bo for sale or leaso at rca-
Knnnbln nrlco or rental. Tho Grounds coil'
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern improvements and
conveniences. Roomy Barn und u '.'-Room
Cottago for servants. For further partlim
lars, apply to JOHN ENA,
Otliou Inter-Island Btcam Navigation
FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
Resort at Waikiki, Tramcars nasi
tho gate. Special arrangements can bo
made fur Family Picnics and Evening
Buthing Parties. 58S-tf
Bon-Ton Dressmaking Parlors,
Corner Fort it Buretania sts.
Experienced Dressmakers Just from the Coast
MP Ladies giving us a call are assured
of perfect satisfaction,
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oanu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marrlagu Llceusos, Hono
Agent for tho Hawaiian Inlands of Pitt &
Scott's Freight and Parcel Express.
Agent for tho Burlington Route.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
ami GENERAL AGENT.
P. O. Box 415-
38 Merchant ttt.
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Honolulu, H, I.
l'rcfcnts its Annual Army of
And gives no ovidenco of diminished sup
ply on account of tho cry of dull times,
but meets tho changed condition of things
by a reduction of prices in many lines
through a saving of American duties on
most Luropcan Goods that ovory woll
rcgulatcd family must have. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
108 Fort Street,
Suggested to a little visitor tho thought
that "Santa Clans wns going to live hero,"
thus recognizing tho fact as woll os name.
It odors n variety for selection that must
bo seen to bo bo appreciated.
Tho selection of BOOKS delayed en
route will bo here by return "Australia,"
nut. tuc nnc 01
Booklets Sl Xmas Cards
Not an old ono of last year's stock
in tho lot; with
-:- Calendars for 1893-:-
Arc Attractive, both for price ond design.
All orders carefully attended to." -
Golden Rule Bazaar,-
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Humbug about our Prices; they are
made on a
And never havo to be reducod.
PF.ltSONAI.LY HKI.ECTKn BTOCK Of
Elegant Gift Books
And STANDARD AUTHORS.
Children's Books In Illuminated Covers
In Boards and Linen.
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Snake and Seal Skins.
GAMES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Lower Prices than ever offered in
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including Rackets, Balls, Hats, Caps, Nets,
Poles and Gut.
CROQUET SETS from $1.50 to ?12.
CHRISTMAS CARDS aro out of fashion
and we havo in their places a
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
WHICH CAN NOT BE BEATEN.
Camarinos' Kalilri Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now being FROZEN will be ready for
delivery before or on the morning
of Thanksgiving Day.
UDressed All Ready for the Oven!
A Sl'KCJAL LINE OF
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
tho Holiday and Festive Season.
Prices to suit the times.
California Fruit Market.
Mutual Tel. 378.
Big Cornfed, Favraraised Turkeys
tm- FOR SALE AT THE
KZaliiii Poi Faotory,
682-lm W. L. WILCOX.
HUSTACE & CO.,
DEALER8 IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the Very Lowest
Bell 414 - TELEPHONE Mutual 414
T AWN MOWERS
TO LET BY THE
Au day, week or
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
called "for und returned. Also, Repairing
Gurden Hose iu fact, can do anything
nocossory around the house or stable,
.Ring up Mutual Telephone 152.
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