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Vol. 1. No. 238.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 189G.
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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
Till: SKA'li: IVOIilH II A III! on
Till. AI'l'tlOl'KI VTION i:il,l,.
Ii-i)iiil IWIHitry r,iPiiv-M to tip
liKialicit liito-Sclindl Appropri
ation llt'lerrril ! ti Coiiimlttt'.
Sevextu Day, Fumiuaiiy 27th.
President "Wilder called tho
Sonnto to order tit tho usual hour
this morning. After prayer by
the chaplain and roll call, the
minutes of yesterday woro read
Ministor Damon presented a
bill appropriating 815,000 for the
oxponsos of tho present session of
tho Legislature On motion tho
bill passed tho first roading and
look tho usual course
Thoro being no communications,
petitions or reports tho Senate at
onco proceeded to tho regular or
der of tho day, which was tho con
sideration of tho appropriation
bill for salaries and pay rolls.
Under tho head of Department
of Foreign Affairs tho following
itoniB woro agreed to: Salary of
Ministor, 89,000; secretary, $4,800;
two clerks, 85,400; clerk of Execu
tive Council, 82,400; onvoy at
"Washington, 812,000; secretary of
Legation at AVashington, 88,400;
consul-general at San Francisco,
88,000; clerical aid, San Francisco,
82,-iOO; messenger, 89(50.
Tho item of 130,000 for sup-
port of tho Military Fay Rolls
was referred to tho Military Com
mittee. Tho item of S30.000 for the band
passed without question.
Tho Ministor of Foreign Affairs
explained the ;tem of 1000 for
tho preservation of archives and
Undor suspension of tho rules
Minister Damon introduced tho
.Hawaiian copy of tho Act making
special appropriations for tho
uso of tho government, and it was
rend by title and referred to tho
In tho Attornoy-Gonorars De
partment tho following amounts
woro allowed: Salary of Attornoy
General 89000; doputySCOOO; mar
shal 8fi000;deputy 84200; first clerk
to marshal 83000; jailor Oahu pri
son 83000: sheriff of Hawaii 85000;
sheriff of Maui 84500; sheriff of
Kauai 81000; clork to sheriff of
Hawaii 81200; clork to sheriff of
Maui 81200; clork to sheriff of
On tho question of salaries for
deputy sheriffs on tho other isl
ands an argument arose on tho
proposition of tho Attornoy-Gon-ornl
to raiso tho deputy sheriff of
Hilo from 8125 to 8150 por month.
Sonator McCaiidless expressed
himself this morning in favor of
cutting down tho salaries of deputy-sheriffs
on tho othor islands
and spending tho monoy saved in
tho construction of roads.
Sonator Buldwin thought good
oxecutivo men woro required and
ho was in favor of increasing tho
salaries of such whorover thoy
could bo found.
Sonator Northrnp said ho had
(en years' knowledgo of tho
duties of tho deputy-sheriff of
Hawaii aud ho thought ho should
havo at least 8150 por month.
Tho salaries were finally decided
Dpputv sheriff of Hawaii 83000;
North 'Kohala 82100; South
Kolmlii SIOSO; Hamukua 82100;
North Hilo 81440; North
Kona 81440; South Kona 81140;
Kan 82010; Puna 8900.
Tho Attornoy-General explain
ed that tho itom for pay of police
on Hawaii, S 10,500, was an oxcofs
of 8-1000 over tho last appropri
ation, but it was necessary on ac
count of increased population. In
unswor to SonatorTJaldwin ho said
no incrt'iiso was asked for Maui
and Kauai becauso tho population
had not changed.
Sonator Watorhouso wanted to
know if tho increased appropri
ation would enablo tho govern
ment to pay somo attention to the
illicit sale of okolohao and othor
liquors 011 tho island of Hawaii.
Tho Attornoy-Gdiioral said the
govonimonthad under consider
ation tho caso of 0110 doputy-shor-iff
and a District Magistrato on
that island who had not
been as active as they Bhould
in the nmttor. Tho increased ap
propriation would bo dovotcd to
employing additional policemen
ami not to increasing tlio salaries
of thoso already in the Govern
Tlio pay of tho deputy-sheriff of
Maui was raised to 83000 and
another debato arose over Senator
Hocking's motion to raiso tho
Makawao doputy-sheriff's salary
to tho same amount. Tho motion
was lost and the item passed as in
tno bill, ifiMUU.
Other items passed woro salary
of deputy-sheriff, Lahaina 81920;
Hana 81920; Molokai 81000; pay
of police, Maui, 831,000; deputy
sheriff, Lihue, 81920; Kawaihuu
81500; Hanaloi 81500; Koloa
81500; Waimea $2400; pay of
police, Kauai, $15,000; doputy
shoriff Koolaupoko 81200; Koo
lauloa 81200; "Waialua $1200; Ewa
Tho item of $140,000 for pay of
polico of Oahu was ..under con
sideration when Hon. Godfroy
Khodos, a former president of
tho Hawaiian Legislature, came
into tho hall.
On motion of Minister Damon
ho was invited to a scat on tho
floor of the Senate.
In accepting tho offor Mr.
Rhodes tendered his thanks to
tho Sonato, and complimented tho
members on tho general improved
appearance of tho upper house,
and stated that ho noticed a mark
ed improvement for tlio belter of
tho way in which tho business in
tho Senate was carried on. (Ap
plauso). On resuming consideration of
thn bill tho itom of $44Q&Q0t- for
pay of poliio of Oahu, was voted;
also 82.HS0 fur snlary of two dorks
at lieceiving Station; Buproino
Court officer, 2,100; hack inspec
tor, $2,400; phjsicinns receiving
station and priMm, -'2,40O: pay of
jailors,guanls and hums of prisons
$55,000; clerk, translator and copy
At this juncturo Senator Urown
came in mut took his sent.
Under the head of Bureau of
Instruction tho item of 80500 for
Inspector-Gonoral of Schools was
passed, Miuistor Damon stating
that ho would givo what inform
ation ho could about this Bureau,
as no particular Miuister was
authorized to spoak for it.
Sonator Brown objected to tho
second itom of 83000 for salary of
deputy - inspector and school
agent, which Ministor Damon had
explained was a now and neces
sary office, as tho Inspector-Gon-oral
could not attend to all tho
work of his office Ho thought
that with tho present facilities for
travel, tho Inspector - Gonoral
should havo no difficulties in got
ting ovor tho ground.
Tho Attornoy - Gonoral argued
in favor of tho appropriation at
Minister Damon explained that
undor tho now nrrangomont tho
total appropriation would bo only
8000 ovor tlio last.
On motion of Sonator Brown
all of tho items under tho head of
Bureau of Instruction, except tho
pay of Inspector-Gonoral, woro
rofeired to tho Committee on
For tho Commission of Public
Lands tlio following passed:
Salary of land agont 80000; secre
tary $4800; first clork $2400; sec
ond clork tfOOO; pay of sub-agonts
$J420;pay of six rangers $4320.00.
l''or tho Intorior Department
tho following items woro approved :
Salary of Minister 89000, chief
clerk 85400; first assistant 84200;
second do $3000; third do $3000,
fourth do 81920, two mopsongors
$1920; copying patents $1800.
For tho Buroau of Survoy tho
following passed : Salary of sur-voyor-gonoral
8-1800; engineer on city work
S4H00; first assistant 83000; sec
ond assistant $1800; third assist
ant 81200, messenger $900.
Registry of Conveyances
Salary of registrar 85000; deputy
83000; four copyists at S70, 800
and 850 por month, $5520.
llecess to 1:30 p. m.
HOUSE OF HEl'ltEbENTATlVES.
House mot at 10 a. 111., Speaker
Naono in tho Chair. Prayer by
Itov. J. "Waianmu, chaplain, and
reading of minutes by Secrotury ' influence of Japan in tho com
Kcola and interpreter "W. L. morco of this country. Tho sym
Wilcox, wero tho preliminaries.
Henry Smith, clerk if tho
Judicial y Department, communi
cated tho regrets of tho Chief
Justico that his roport was not
completely printed. Uncompleted
copies woro forwarded.
Minister Smith gnvo notice of a
bill to amend tho law relating tp
laundries a:u wasli houses
Tho clerk of tho Senate trans
mitted a bill rolating to tho bien
nial fiscal period, which had
passed third roading in that
The bill to nuthorizo tho Min
ister of tho Interior to make cer
tain leases was reinl a third timo
alul, after somo talk over tho
phraseology of tho Hawaiian
vorsion on an objection by Bop.
Kamauoha which ho ultimately
withdrow, passed unanimously on
tho ayes and noes.
Tho roport of the Joint Com J
imtteo of bonato and House on
tho Great Seal was called up-ns
order of tho day.
Bop. Bond was not inclined to
havo tho recommended soal adopt
ed as a whole Ho approved tho
suggestions of Mr. Thrum in tho
Advertiser as sound. Thn my
thical bird (Phoenix) should bo
taken out and replaced with some
thing more appropriate. AVe don't
propose to kill ourselves ovor and
ovor again and riso from our
ashes. Wo don't proposo to ro
main singlo ns this bird does. Wo
havo already committed oursolvcs
to annoxation, and an emblem of
single existence is not consistent
with that position. fantastic
letters are -not desirr.blu; plain
ones nro preferable, the "Y" in
"Eopnblio" should bo replaced by
Bop. Kamnuoha suggested that
each detail of tho seal should bo
discussed soparntoly, for, if thoy
took up tho seal as a whole, tho
debate would bo confusing.
Rep. Robortson agreed with Mr.
Bond in saying that caution ought
to bo obsorvod. Tho committco
had considered many designs
good, bad and indifferent and
this 0110 submitted was unani
mously agreed to bo superior to
any othor. It must bo borno in
mind that a seal must be, balanced
in its different parts. If anything
woro removed something olso
would havo to bo substituted. Tho
correspondent of tho Advertiser
did not know whut ho was talking
about, when ho suggested that tho
shield could bo lowored to help
fill up the spaco when tho bird
was taken out.
Bop. "Winston asked if tho do
sign would not bo improved by
using plain Roman lottcrs.
Rop. Robertson I am coming
to that. O110 of tho committco
objected to tho dato as something
unusual in seals, but tho designer
said it would destroy tho symmet
ry to romovo tho dato. Besides,
it was common in seals of States
of tho United States to havo the
dato of admission to tho Union
inserted, llo had hoard objections
to tho design, but somo camo
from disappointed competitors.
It would bo.impossiblo to pleaso
everybody. Ho did not seo tho
forco of tho criticism of tho bird.
Ah to tho lettering tho character
ronresontiii'' "U" wns tho ono be
longing to that kind of text, and
it would not do to tako ono cha
racter from one stylo and an
from a different style. Tho Plui'
nix was not intended horo to re
present either suicido or loneli
ness, but tu symbolize tho Repub
lic rising from tho ashos of tho
Monarchy, which was just what
happoned tho Monarchy crumb
led nwny and tho Republic roso in
its place. Every feature oftho de
sign might be picked to pieces by
critics. Ono might say that tho
iiguro of Kamohameha I. ropro
sonted a savago who onco ran
round hore, with very littlo cloth
es on aud a lot of manuahi f freo)
wives, but it did nothing of the
kind. It represented tho old ora
simply, which had been followed
by tho now. Another might ob
ject to the star becauso thoro woro
110 stars hero on 'earth. Again,
tho merchants down town, who
havo had certain grievances of
late, might object to tho rising
sun as Bymbohzinc tho crowinc
bol was, However, simply wimt it
purported to be tho dawn of tho
now era. In conclusion, ho mov-
cd tho adoption of tho resolution.
Ron. Rycroft agreed that it
would destroy tho design 'to pick
it apnrt. Yet ho saw no necessity
for haste in its adoption, and
mrit-nif it ,w,ctt,ii,,n flii fnvlltnt
Pcbusidorntlon until noxt&'ncstm'y.
Rep. Bond did not wish to bo
understood as opposing tho seal as
a whole. Ho thought tho design
an exceedingly handsomo one.
Rop. Kamauoha favored taking
timo ovor tho subject. Tho ehajr
man of committco had not explain
ed tho presence of tho Goddess
of Liborty holding up tho Hawai
ian flag. Sho seemed to bo pull
ing tho country on to tho United
Stales, with Kamehamoha on tho
other sido trying to pull it back
to tlio monarchy.
Rop. Rycroft said the Goddess
of Liborty was not peculiar to tho
United States. Sho belonged also
to Franco and, indeed, seemed to
bo generally adopted bv all re
publics. Rep. Bond moved to havo tho
matter rcforred back to tho com
mittco for further examination,
especially of tho lettering.
Rep. Ilanuna wanted to settle
the matter now. Tho seal satisfied
Tho motion to dofor was lost
Ben. Kamauoha objected to tho 1
lettering, considering that lottcrs
- a . . 1 ,. i
of tlio present day woro tho pro
Rep. Rycroft again argued for
delay, saying thoro woro many nr
tistic pcoplo in town, who might
havo views lo present.
Rop. Robortson stated thai (ho
committco hnd advortisod' for de
signs nt the outset, nii'd thr.reJwas
nothing to oxpect from gotting
more designs, lio Had no onjec
tion to consider tho
The motion to rofor back to tho
The Sonato bill rolating to tho
beginning of tho biennial poriod
was taken up, read a first timo and
ordered for second reading tomor
row. Adjourned at 11:25.
I.!ii.t N'llil'i. Show.
From start to finish Wirth's
circus last night was a grand suc
cess. Tho canvas was woll filled,
tho performers did thoir best, tho
acts, as n consenuonce, woro ex
cellently rendored nnd everybody
lelt tho tout happy and satisfied.
Thoro was not a siuglo item on
tho program that did not deserve
aud recoivo applause Miss Lynd
hurst excelled herself, ns did Miss
Ida "Vernon; Kachil brought out
his two-horso standing rido net
in tho best of form, tho olowns
woro oxcollent, tho children ontor
cd into the vim of tho thing and
all of tho company strovo to please
and succeeded beyond oxpectation.
Sew Roods uiitl ItuuNOiinltlo l'rlvc.
Brown fe Kuboy, on Hotel
I stroot, havo an assortment ol
lino goods that aro not excelled 111
Honolulu in quality, finish or
price; for instance silver enamel
ed cuff buttons and links from
50c. to 81.00, odd shapes and
pretty dosigns. Ladies, hat pins,
Hterlini! silver. 75c. each; hIioII
hair combs mounted in solid silver
from $1.00 to 82.00 oach; sterling
silver and plated napkin rings
1 and a full lino of Bogor's cutlery.
Brown fc Kuboy buy direct from
tho factory, thoroby saving tho
Oltilt Sliililcn IiccIhIoii.
Tho Supremo Court has decid
ed tho Club Stables caso, uphold
ing tho validitly of Cecil Brown's
appointment and actions as re
coivor. Tho decision was delayed
by tho illness of W. R. Castlo.who
sat as a substitute Justico. Mr.
Castle was out again today.
.TlOltliOW AMI SHi:itlIAN AlCC
ACQUITTED Ol' CONM'IltAC'Y.
OtliiT Trial by Jury I'orclaru
Juror IIxcincil Dlvorcn
John Emmoluth vs. John C00L,
assumpsit, wns tried before Judge
Carter bv tho following'' lurvr
(... W.Farii.Ay. E. Tyrrell, F. L
Autfrbach, J. Coakley, A. F. Gil
fillun, S. Decker, D. Crozior, J
Mclnerny, C. A. Brown, E. W
Jordan, C. H. Clapp, "W. L.
Howard. A verdict was roluruetf
for tho defendant in the sum oL
$92.40, being tho' difference be
tween tho counter accounts of
storo and labor, and tho premium!
of 8192.90 being disallowed; thrw
jurors dissenting. Kinney aafi
Ballou for plaintiff; Neumann foe
Republic of Hawaii vs. Kawa
moto, malicious injury nnd mis
chief in throwing a destructive
substance on clotliing, was tritat
by tho following jury: D. Cro
zior, J. E. "Wostbrook, J. Mcln
erny, ihos. Wright, C. Hustac.
Jr., A. V. Gear, C. H. Clapp, CL
II. Bollinn, G. W. Farr, M. JL
Konnedy, F. B. Atierbach, C. A.
Brown. A verdict of not guilty
was returned. Defendant hnl
appealed from conviction by Dis-
1 trinf "AfnfTluf rtili T.-i- ,irlr fi,o.r
1,;,,, o-m n".,.i ,iQ v,,. t-
Sri'ts (tun vviniij Aivuiiiuui. iU4
prosecution; Davis for dofonso.
Judgo Perry heard tho divorce
caso of A. S. Mahaulu vs. Esther
K. Mahaulu, granting a decree ot.
tho ground of desertion and.
awarding tho custody of the chil
dren to tlio plaintiff. Kinney for
plaintiff; Rosa for defendant."
Allen & Robinson vs. F. IL
Rcdward was. argued and submit
ted before Judge Perry. Kiunep
for plaintiffs; 0. Brown for de
fendant. Judgo Cartor has excused the
, fol.0ig," juror8 until further notice.
Dr. Morrow and Mr. Shoridao
woro acquitted of conspiracy om
New Ilullilliia; to bo i:rc-cled ly the
All tho employes of tho Bishop
estate, who havo horeloforo usaE
tho building next to Bishop Sr.
Co.'s bank for nn offico, moved in
to tho Btoro formerly occupied by
' Seaborn Luce this morning, whicL
thoy will occupy for tho next Hire
months or mora.
Tho formor ollico is to bo torn;
down at onco and a two story brick
I building orocted in its place. T h
front ol thojiow Inuldiiig will con
form in gonornl appearanco to tbt
bank building of which it will be
come a part. Work is to be
rushed on tho new structure amf
it is expected it will bo in reatli
noss for occupancy inside of lliret
A Slntfiiinecnt SucoliiflP.
On Saturday next tho circus
company nnd Prof. Prico will
givo what will doubtless provo te
bo, by Tar, tho finest exhibition
over rendered in Honolulu. U
embraces all of tho features of the
circus, hippodrome, fiold sport
and racing attractions of tho com
bined tnlont of ton ordinary cir
cuses. Besides all this, tho grand
balloon ascension, which con
cludes tho program, will create n
orazo among Honolulu's populace
which cannot bo assuaged for
many a day.
Savo up your half dollars, go,
and bco what a really great ugglo
moration of tnlont is like.
Don't leave your pictures until
they aro ruined boforo having;
them framed. King Bros nro mak
ing frames so cheap now that it if.
hotter to havo your pictures at
tended to than to wish you had.
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