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Tin: sr.MATi: iahses tiic ai'imio-
lMtlATION VOU KAIOI.ANI.
Tho Ilnttao TnUra Up tho Electric Itnll-
ivajr 1111! lti Committee, ot the
NixETEiKrii Day, July 0.
Prosidont Wilder called tho
Sotiuto to order nt tho usual hour
this morning. Senator Hooking
wan the only member absent.
Minister King ropoitod that
the bill appropriating .$12,000 for
tho expenses of tlio extn session
hud beon s'gnod by tho President.
Reports were received from tho
Labor Commission on "Wages in
Foreign Countries'' and on tho
expondituro of tho commissions.
The latter wais referred to tho
Sonator Brown of the Judiciary
Committoo reported in favor of
tho passago of tho Chinoso restric
tion act. The committee remark
unfavorably on the lax manner iu
which six months' residence per
mits havo boon issurd nf late, it
appearing that some 130U nro now
out, tho holders of which aro all
ready and anxious to become con
Tho Printing Committeo report
ed progross on the engrossment ot
joint resolutions and aats.
Aot G, providing for salaries
and permanont settlements, came
up on the order of tho day. The
first item on tho bill was tho ap
propriation of $-1000 for Kaiulani,
winch at onco raised a big discus
sion, Senator Brown moved that tho
Senator Horner took tho floor
and stated that ho would not vote
for the bill unlesn Kaiulani tool;
tho oath of alleginnco and thereby
showed hor loyalty to tho Ropub
Sen. McCandless moved that
the item bo strioken out and in
support of his motion said that
ho did not boliovo that there was
a man in the room who was
roally in favor of making tho Ap
propriation. That by waking it
tho government was meroly fur
nishiug tho money to purchsso
moro arms and ammunition to
promote its down I fall. "Wo aro
asked," said tho Senator, "ono
minute to voto $15000 extra to
pay for tho support of tho mili
tary and tlio noxt to voto ?1000
winch for all we known will be
used against that military." Tho
Senator was opposed to the item
as ho bohovod it to bo unrepub
lican and would lead to tlio im
pression abroad that wo were 'only
a whitewashed monarchy anyhow,
and that there was somo truth in
the loport about town that tho
government was shaping its ends
to mako itself solid witli tho
monarchy in'case of its restora
tion under Kaiulani. Tho speak
er recited tho notions of tho
uolf-constituted guardian of Kaiu
lani in Washington and her own
actions in going to Washington
and what sho did while thero,
and claimod that Mr. Davis had
nevor ceased his efforts in behalf
of tho young lady's restoration to
the throne. In couolusion tho
Senator wanted to know what we
wero supporting an army for, if
it was not for tho purposo of put
ting down and guarding against
just such pooplo as Kaiulani.
Sonator Waterhouso asked if
Kaiulani had ovor douo anything
against tho present government.
Sonator McCaudless replied:
"Lot hor show hor allegianco, lot
hor sign hor name at tho ond of
that duoumont and I will voto for
Sonator Wright said that hor
actions while under Mr. Davis'
caro was sufficient. If tho young
lady was sullering from poverty it
would be another matter. Sho was
now of age and a prominent tax
payer. As such bIio hrtd not ex
pressed by word or dood any nl
Ipgiance or sympathy with the
Republic He insisted thnt the
itom should not pass until she
had shown her allegianco in somo
positive manner. Ho would voto
against tho item as it appeared in
Sonator Brown stat-d that
whutevor had happened was not
by any fault or act of Kaiulani
and laid tho blame of everything
on Liliuokalani. He was iu favor
of tho item and made an curliest
appoal to the Sonata to allow it.
Senator Baldwin would not sup
port tho itom for two reasons, first
becauso of her actions, and sec
ond because he know that his con
stituents wexo opposed to it. Ho
would vote for tho appropriation
if the condition of the oath of al
legiance was attached but other
wise not: Ho would not vote any
money which might bo uBed
against tho military .As to whether
sho had done anything against tho
present government directly ho
could not say, but indirectly she
had. Hor visit to Washington
showod that. Ho denied that she
had in any way yieldod hor right
to the throne. Notwithstanding
tho lump sum which she would
havo roceived by tho provisions
of tho treaty sho had not done so.
Ho could not vote for tho itom
with the knowledge of tho past.
At ono time ho had boon ready to
pension tho ox-Queen but now he
could not think of it.
Senator Waterhouso aBkod what
was tho amount provided by the
troaty for Kaiulani. President
Wildor answered "a lump sum of
8150,000. It was moro than tho
Commission felt was right but wo
yielded to tho wishes of President
Minister Hatch was strongly iu
favor of tho passago of tho item,
lie argucil that it woufd holp tho
cause of annexation, especially in
creating favorublo public opinion
in tho Unitod States. He was
not in favor of attaching the con
dition of an oath to it, neither was
ho in favor of granting it aB a
bargain. Ho boliovod in giving
it as a moral right. If tho Sen
ators' constituents, woro not in
favor of it they must be oducatod
up to it. ,
Attorney - Gonoral Smith was
strongly iu favor of tho itom and
roitorated tho argument of tho
Ministor of Foreign A flairs and
woundup by stating that ho hoped
tho time would 6omo when ox
quoon Liliuokalani would rocoivo
Senator Baldwin agrood with
the arguments of tho Cabinot
Ministers but insisted that thoro
wa nothing to show that she
would receive it in a proper
Tho ayos and noes on tho
motion to strike out wero called
and the motion was lostt by tha
Ayos Northrup.Baldwin, Hor
nor, McCaudless, Wright, 5.
Noes Kauhano, Lyman, Not
ley, Brown, W-atorhouso, Schmidt,
Rico, Wilcox, 8.
Tho item ofG00 for tho band
Tho itom of $40,000 (or the At-'
torney-Goneral'a department pas
sed. Tho itom qf $10000 for pay of
lunas, oto., and the itom of $1000
for tho Fire department passed.
Tho bill 'then passed as a wholo
on its second reading.
Tho Sonoto then adjourned.
Speaker Naono called tho BTouso
t-j order at 10 a.m.
Mr. Kamauohu roported from
tho committee on rules, its con
clusion that tho Spoaker of tho
llouso is entitled to vote ou tho
third reading and final passago of
Mr. Kamauoha gnvo notice of
a bill to authorize Circuit Court
Judges to hear appeals botweon
Mr. Richards road by titlo a
bill to provide for the registra
tion of male residents of tho Re
public of Hawaii.
Tho roport of tho committeo on
rules was taken up
Mr. Robertson contonded that
tho provision in tho constitution
and the rulo founded on it, that a
bill can only secure its final pas
sage by a majority of all tho elfc
tivo members, did not destroy tho
established parliamentary rulo
that tho presiding officer could
not voto, oxcopting in tho case of
Mr. Kamauoha supported tho
roport nnd Mr. Rycroft opposed
The roport was adopted on a
show of hands.
Tho Electric Railway bill was
thou taken up in committeo of.
tho whole, Mr. Hanuna in tho
Suction 12 gives tho route and
recites what tho cars may do
Mr. Robortson moved an amond
mont to replace "Hotel and
Union'' stroots with "Merchant
and Alakoa" stroots.
Mr. McBrydo askod if this
would not coullict with tho fran
chise of the Hawaiian, Tram
Mr. Robortson replied that it
would give an opportunity ot
testing tho claim of tho Hawaii
an Trumways Co. to an exclusive
Tlio amendment carriod.
Mr. Robertson moved an amend
ment to tho thirty-seventh section,
striking out a numbor of priyi
logos given tho company on pri
Mr. Kamauoha move to insert a
condition that privato lands could
only bo onterod by tho company
wifh tho consent of the owners.
Ho gavo illustrations of , how tlio
provisions in tlio bill could bo
mndo tho means of groat op
pression and injustice
Mr. Naono thought tho bill
provided against any such con
tingencies. Mr. Kamauoha thought tho
provious spoakor was mistaken, v
ns this section allowed tho com
pany to go whero it pleased.
Mr. Rycroft said tho streots
whore it could go woro spooified
in tho bill.
Mr. Robertson said the per
mission in this section was only
to allow surveyors uccpbs to, pri
vata lands. Subsequent sections
provided for arbitration over land
Tho section passed
Mr. Rycroft, on the sootion pro
viding oxemption from taxation
for five years, said tho day hud
i,one by for tho granting of sub
sidies to wealthy corporations
This country had been misgovern
ed for tho past fifteen or twenty
years, and could not ailbrdtobo
too genorous. Scarcoly a ohartor
like this was granted nowadays
without a provision for somo fi
nancial bonefit to the government
granting it. Tho electric railway
in Toronto, Canada, yielded largo
amounts to tho city in roturu for
its privileges. Thero was nothing
in this bill to show that the gov
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