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VOL. IX. NO. 128(5.
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There wero present Chairman W.
F. Allen, Pros id out Dolo, Miuit-ters
TI7WC1 FiT? ATI?!? Damon, Hnteh and Smith, Conn
IX Hi OUlllX. JLi JJili cilluri Totinuy, Hoiiit, Kunncdy,
Ena, Dr. Wood, Nott, Cantlo, Smith,
iiTicnntr.Tinvo vnn Moiidouoa and olt.
SUBSCRIPTIONS hOR Miutttos wore r.-ai! bv Spcrotnrv
I'ei'ioiiiCiils ill Newspapers
IM'.OMPTLY ATTKNDKD TO. Hunt of thei Honolulu Fire Depart
ment and tlio Board of Fire Coin
Mm . .... lm i... .i . missioned, in whieh tho board ro-
STATIONER! clA'uiir ' IT'1 ,h,at lt,?m8ot Wemeut
' ' botweon the l-iro Dopartmeut and
the China Engine Co. No. o bo an-
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses uuIod 8ft0.f ,llw ,first f ''.' T,
A commtttt'e from the China En
Carefully stilted to nil Sights.
Domestic Sewing Machines
Games, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Hand.
Diaries -1 8 9 5 - Diaries
A Nice Btock Always Kept on Hund
to Select fiom BOOKS ordered by
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and other Instruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Guitar Strings and Fit
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for all kinds of Machines.
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Used with drle u gives a nlndlrt (too-
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The Daily Bulletin, 60
month, dflivereil oy eartifn.
MEETING OF OOUNOILS.
They Hold a Morning Session to
ThoExocutivo and Advisory Coun
cils mot at 9:30 o'clock this morning
in regular session.
Ilodgtrs and with flight auiuudmonts
Ciiairman Allen privsetitd eorros
pondoin'o Iwtwi'iMi Chit'f Euiriuofr
gine lo. .No. 5 in a reply to tlio
Board of Coininissiotiers aked that
reasons bo given why such terms of
agreement should cease.
In a reply to the request Chief
Engineer Hunt wrote the committee
that the Board of Fire Commission
ers intended to put a paid lire com
pany in the house occupied by tho
China Engine Co.
The committee from the company
sent another letter to the Chief
Engineer and the Fire Commission
ers, in which it stated that the com
pany had gone to considerable ex
pense in fitting up the eugitio house
and procuring an engine. Tho com-
' tnitteo gavo several reaous why they
should bo allowed to retain their
engine and why the company should
exist. Tho agreement of the com
I pany with tho fire board was read by ,
, the secretary.
i Minister Smith asked that owing
! to the absenco of the Minister of the
, Interior the matter be deferred. The
, Minister would bo back in a few
1 Mr. Nott desired to know why tho
ChiueBO company should bo allowed
' to retain the engine. The engines of
! No. 1 and No. 1 volunteer com
j panics, which woro purchased by
merchants, woro handed over to the
board, and ho did not see why the
I China Eugino Co. was allowed to re
tain thoir engine. It was paid for
by the Chinese merchants.
Consideration was deferred.
Mr. Hosmer presented a report
from the Judiciary Committee in re
gard to tho unauthorized weariug of
badges and uniform of the Citizens'
Guard and special police. Tho com-
mitteo presented an act which they
requested be pased. The act pro
hibits tho unauthorized weariug of
uniforms and badges of the police
or Citizens' Guard, and imposes fines
) for tho violation of tho Act. Laid
, on tho table to bo considered with
! the bill.
Tho same member presented a ro
port from tho same committee in re
gard to the petition of Dr. liodgers
for compensation for services ren
dered. Ihe committee consider that
the petitioner was not legally en
titled to any compensation. They
recommend that au act be brought
up later to compensate Dr. Rodgers.
Minister Smith slatod that under
tho statuto Dr. Rodgers was not ou
titlod to any salary as secretary of
Councils. He was secretary to tho
Labor Commission aud could not
draw salary for two ollices, exceed
ing $1800 por annum. Ho movod
that the committees report be
legislating of a now act for this
emergency, It was a precedent.
Tho Labor Commission could ro
duco Dr. Rodgors' salary under $150
a mouth aud theu he would be en
able to draw both salaries.
President Dolo and Minister Da
iniin both opposed class legislation
and stated their ro.vons for so doing.
Mr. Konnedy made a motion that
tho report be laid ou tho table.
Minister Hatch presented au act
to repeal Sections 2, 3, 1, 5 and 0 of
an act entitled "An Act to provide
for tho bringing of suits by or
against the Hawaiian Government,"
approved September 0, 1888:
'"Be it enacted by tho Executive
and Advisory Couucils of tho Hopub
lie of Hawaii:
"Section 1. Section 2, 3, 1, C and
fl of au Act entitled 'An Aot to pro
vide lor the briuging of suits by or
agaiust the Hawaiian Government,'
approved September 0, 1888, aro
"Section- 2 This Act shall take
ellcct from cud aftor its publica
tion." The bill passed its first reading.
President Dolo moved that tho
bill bo referred to tho Judiciary
iMiuisier tiaicn presented "an act
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to provide for the judicial iuvcstiua
tiou of all claims against the Hawai
Passed its first reading and ro-
ferrod to tho Judiciary Committee, i
Attornoy-Geueral Smith presented
a bill for tho prevention of persons ,
of certain classes from entering the I
Hawaiian Islands. All persons de
ported from th6 islands (luring mar
tial law are guilty of a misdemeanor
if they land in tho Hawaiiau Islands i
during martial law after being do
ported uuloss with tho consent of
the Minister ofForeigu Affairs.
Pisxod its first reading aud re
ferred to the Judiciary Committee.
Secretary Rodgers road an act re
latiug to martial law, trials by Mili
tary Commission aud tho liability of
ollicors of the Government and
others for acts dono in suppressing
robulliou. Tho first section autho
rizes tho action of tho President aud
other persons acting under tho
authority of th6 Prosidont, and de
clares the same lawful and confirm
ed. The second section indemnifies
all boua tide Government olli
an uoua line (jovorumeut olhcers in
respect to their acts for auv acts
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The third sectiou states that it shall
bo lawful for tho President or his
successor to declare that such acts
since Jan. 0, of during martial law,
have been dono bona fide, and the
President's action shall be conclu
Parsed first and second road in p.
"'iu iu luuui'iuuinui martini taw.
President Dolo said that this bill
Kl nn7hiTMtft;at.S-Ur. ""I1
ing should bo hard today.
wouitinoi asK tor a motion.
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1 that tho preamble to the bill bo
struck out entirely. He felt that it
was unnecessary. All they wanted
was tho bare facts: the law itself.
Minister Smith hold that it was
necessary, and it should not bo
' Mr. Kennedy was of tho opinion
that tho preamble was unnecessary.
The law was being made for this
couutry. All realized what has oc
curred during tho past few weeks
aud they woro uoteoing to cater for
President Dolo favored tho in
sertion of the preamble.
Mr. Castle was also in favor of re
taining tho preamble. With tin m.
ception of one clause he would favor
Dr. Wood also favored the reten-'
tiou ol the nreamb o. Hn f i. that
it was rubbing it in. A good many
i of tho men who took nirr. in tl..
late trouble did not fully realize tho
gravity of thoir acts. Somo of thoso
i who had gained their liberty wore
shaking hauds with friouds outside
aud did not seom to fool that they
had dono anything serious. His un
derstanding of tho preamble was to
rub it in.
Mr. Hosmer was in favor of rub
biug it iu.
Minister Hatch felt that it was a
precedent aud ho was in favor of its ,
boing left in. Ho quoted tho rovo-'
lution in Jamaica somo years ago
I where tho government adopted
stronuous measures iu suppressing
the uprising. Ho folt that this
' govemmont should establish a pro
cedent. I Minister Damon wished ho had
, tho ability to put his views in a
much broader light thau ho had,
1 Tho government was not copyiug
any crown colony, but was taking
its precedent from tho United
btatoo', where it was tho genoral feel
ing to bury tho hatchet instead of
rubbmir it in. He f..ll tlmt. nil
should work for tho best interest of
, Hawaii, and ho did not tliiiik it
could bo done by rubbing it in.
Minister Smith did not desire it
, to bo generally known that tho pro
1 amble was put in for tlio purpoi-o of
, rubbing it in. It was placed there
I as a matter of historical rocord.
r. Wood doired to withdraw the If you want jewelry made up neatly.
Imputation ho had made ou the pr- If you wont souvenir spoous, or any
amblo of rubbing it iu. Ho fell, 'thing iu the iewelrv line. H. ft.
however, that it was duo the mom-
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they turned out. '
The bill passed its soi-oud read
ing. Secretary Rodgers read th second
bill reported by Judiciary Commit
tee It was an act relating to the
wearing of police badges or uni
forms without authority. The first
section provides that anyone found
L'lliltV of wparihir nti imitntlmi li.iil.r.i
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; Do tiuetl .?rU. The second section
impoo a penalty of ?1(X) on anyone
wearing a genuiuo police or citizous'
guard badge unauthorized.
Tho bill passed its first reading.
At 11:1") o'clock tho Councils ad
journed until 2 o'clock to-mqrrow
Wntnrhouto Estate -J. M Hornor
Wins on tho Nuwoll Claim.
In the case of John Thomas
Waterhouse, Henry aud William
Waterhouse vs. Mary Rice,
Dimond aud Hour' Dimoud, Judge
Cooper heard demurrer of W. W.
Dimoud. The Court over-ruled tho
demurrer and allowed defendant
live days in which to answer. Ex
ceptions were noted by dofondaut.
A. S. Hartwell for plaintiffs; Carter
A: Kinney for defendant.
Statira A. Newell, ElUe J. Newell,
Carolyn A. Newell and Blanche E.
Newell vs. John M. Homer N a enso
on which a decision of the Supremo
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"feu iiiuii. i no m-.uuii was on a
judgment recovered against John M.
Homer b v 1 homas Newell for i17.
57 in the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial District of California ou
April 23, 18711, aud interest at 7 per
cent por aunum. Defendant had
made different payments ou the
judgment, but plaintiffs claimed that
there was left unpaid inclusive of
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' dioli W 'W to the plaintiff
the judgment in question atnouc
other property. Plaintiffs assigued
the jtidginHut to Jas. A. Low, who is
now the owner thoreof aud entitled
to its proceeds.
Defendant demurred on tho
grounds that plaintiffs had no right
of action and that the claim was
barred by th statute of limitations
of the State of California. Tho de
murrer was sustained by the Court
Iwlow, and now it is sustained by
the Supremo Court constituted by
the Chief Justice, Associato Justice
Bickerton and Judge Whitiug (of
tho Circuit Court). On tho ground
of limitations, however, the Court
will not express au opinion without
further argument. Its basis of deci
sion as given is as follows:
"A declaration in au action on a
judgment is demurrable when
brought by the legatees aud not by
, tho executor it not appearing why
tu0 oxocltor has uot brought tho
"An allegation tlinl. Ilu Cmirt in
which tho judgment was outored
was a court of 'general jurisdiction'
is not equavilent to an allegation
that it is a court of record."
P. Neumann for plaintiffs; C. W.
Ashford for dofeudnuts.
Larson's Last Caaa.
Jim Kukona will appear for trial
in the District Court to-morrow on
two separate charges, tho first boiug
gross choat by obtaining $8 under
false pretences from F. S. Casquilho
in Honolulu on Sept. 30, 181)1. Tho
second charge is larceny of $o(), tho
property of tho same Portuguese.
This is tho same caso which Captain
Larsen worked up aud arrested tho
thief just prior to his resigning from
tho detective bureau. Tho Portu
guese lives on Punchbowl and the
money was stolon from au oarthon
0 ho Tennis Court.
Tho vacant lot on tho corner nf
RMnnls and King streots is being
lovoled off under tho personal super
vision ol u, Thrum, a committee
from tho local tenuis club appointed
to lay out a suitable tenuis court.
Chinese havo boon employed since
Monday hoeing hii tlio weeds and
filling in holes. The ground will be
iu a fine condition in about a week,
Tf mil irntll. rmii ivnt.tli r..t.t.ii.l
Biart, at C. Oortz's store. Fort street.
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