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Vol. l. No. 241.
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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
VA II IO IS UCI'OItTS OF COMMIT-
Tci:siiiiMr'Tini intiji scnati:.
TI10 t'oniliiltlic tin Kiliirulion !(rcnin.
iiioikI int reined A;roprlntlon
for tlio scliool l('iiir(inciit.
Ninth Day, March 2nd.
Tho Sciinto enmu to order nt tho
usual hour this morning with tho
usual preliminaries. Tho only
absentel was Senator Schmidt.
A communication was received
from tho IIouso of Representa
tives stating that Senato Dill No.
3, relating to tho beginning and
ending of tho fiscal peiiod, had
passed its third rending; also
that Houso Bill No. 3 making
Kailua a port of entry had boon
passed and a certified typowritton
cqpy transmitted to tho Senate.
Senator Rico from tho Printing
Committeo roported a copy of tho
bill appropriating 815,000 for tho
expenses of the present legislature
as ready for tho final reading;
also printed slips of tho amend
ments J,inado to tho rules of tho
Senator "Wilcox from the Com
mitteo on Public Lands presented
a report and amendments to IIouso
Bill No. 1, relating to tho granting
of certain leases by tho Minister
of tho Interior. I His impression was that a certain
Tho samo Senator roported 1 proportion of tho lands to bo open
from tho Committeo on Public : ed for &otlleniont wore intended to
Health on tho appropriation bill ! bo givon for nothing to natives
items concerning tho lnsano Asy- ' and other poor people who would
lum: nlwo from tho Committeo on I oulthato them. They all know
Puphc Instruction on tho items in
the Appropriation Bill concerning
tho school dopnrtmcmt, as follows:
"Your committeo jh Education
lining had under consideration
tho items of tho
tho Bureau of
Bill pertaining to
Public Instruction find that, owing
to tho largo incrcaso in tho num
ber of pupils, tho duties of tho
Inspector-Gonoral of Schools Iiavo
boon growing in importance and
difliculty, and that no 0110 porson
can fully attend to thorn. Also
that tho district of Honolulu, !
taking both govornmont and
independent . schools, contains
about ono-third of tho school
children of tho country. "Wo
would recommend tho salary of
deputy-inspector and school ugont
of Honolulu pass as in tlio bill.
"AVo find also that tlioro lias
been an actual growth in tho
duties of tho clork and secretary,
and that tho duties required of
hira are such that only a first class
man can fill thom; that tho Board
of Education asked for a slight
iucroaso in his pay but that it has
boon reduced in tho bill to $3000,
which is $1800 lower than it was
hist poriod. "Wo recommend that
it pass at $3000.
"Wo find that tho uav roll of
tlio English, Hawaiian and Com
mon Schools during the last fow
months of the last bionuial period
amounted to about $15,000 a
mouth, and that if tlio giowlh of
tho presont poriod corresponds
with that of tho last, it will
amount to over $17,000 1oCo-m 1110
end of this period. Wo recom
mend that the item pass at $10,000
a month or $381,000.
"Wo recommend to striko out
tho next item Of $12,000 for ad
ditional support of English, Ha
waiian and Common schools for
Tho roports wero laid on
tho tablo to be considered with tho
Tlioro boing nothing oh tho ro-
Sular ordor of tho day, Houso
ill No. 1, creating Kailua an ad
ditional port of entry, was taken
up, read tlio first tinio and passed.
Under suspension of tho rules tho
bill was road tho second timo by
title and reforred to tho committee
Senato Bill No. 7, appropriating
$15,000 for tho expenses of tho
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY,
Legislature, came up for final
rending and passed unanimously.
Houso Bill No. 1, relating to
Homestead Leases, with the re
port of tho Committeo on public
lauds thoreou, was taken up on
tho second reading. Tho amend
ment roported by tho Committeo
providos for the proper insuring
of all buildings erected on tho
On motion of Sountor Wntor
houso tho bill with tho amend
ments proposed was oulored typo
writton. At 10:30 tho Senate adjourned
for the day.
lOrn Day, March 2nu.
ilOl'SE OF REI'REijENTATIVES.
Speaker Naone, upon tho open
ing of tho Houso at 10 a. m., an
nounced receipt of the translation
of tho President's message. It
was accepted and placed on file.
A communication was recoived
from tho Senate, transmitting tho
bills relating to temporary public
loans and amending tho Land Act
of 1895. Placed on ordor of the
Rop. Hanuna gave notico of a
bill to amend tho law of 1805 re
gai ding tho English and Hawai
ian versions of tho laws.
Tho Senato temporary loan bill
passed first and second readings.
Minister Smith, on tho homostead
leases bill coming up for second
reading, explained tho intention
of tho bill.
Rop. Robertson said ho was not
awaro, nor did ho think other
members wore, at tho special ses
sion that thero was anything un
certain about tho intent of tho
casing nrovibions of tlio Land
1 Act now sought to bo amended.
I how tho natives had gradually let
I their lands slip away from iliom,
either by lecktass mortgaging 0
in somo cases, by being cheated
out of them. Ho did not think it
was right for tho Legislature to go
back on that clnss of leases. While
ho was not prepared to kill tho
bill immediately, ho would move
it bo roferied to tho committeo on
public lands. IIo for 0110 was not
prepared to support tlio bill until
bomo moro plausiblo reason Aas
given for it than had yot been
Ron. Rycroft seconded
motion to rofor tho bill.
Rop. Richards thought that bo
foro referring tho bill tho Attor
ney General should givo somo
further explanation, so that tho
matter might bo settled right
thon. Ho thought that Mr.
Robertson had fairly stated tho
view of tho Houso.
Minister Smith stated in effect
that tho f rani or of tho bill had an
idea that tho lessees of a particular
class of homostonds ought to pay
a cortain. amount, which is Btated
in this bill as four por cent on tho
appraised valuo, as a yearly rent
al to .the Govornmont. Possibly
tho idea was not ono that tho
Legislature should seo fit to adopt,
therefore tho bill might go to tho
committeo for examination and
report. Ho would Bay that nouo
of this class of lenses had boon
issued ab yot, tho Government not
having beon quito rondy.
Tho motion pnrriod
Minister Smith introduced his
bill relating to laundries and
washhousos, which 'was ordered
to bo printed. Ho also gno
notico of a bill 'and, under sus
pension of tlio rules, read it a Jir.st
time, to provide for tho preserva
tion of tho dockets and record
books of district magistrates,
was ordered to bo printed.
Adjourned at 10:55.
notes or roth houses.
Tho Liquor Commission
moot some timo this week
endeavor to atiroo on a ronort.
Tho Soiialu was in session just
thirty minutoB this morning.
A female book peddler was ono
of tlio latest additions to tho
Senato this morning, Senator
Lyman was tho only victim.
SHIP WRECKED SEALERS.
-run niAxrn: t. dyeii lost on
l'lli:NUII lrililiATK SHOALS.
Crow ol Titpiity-ihrr Ien I'limlly
LiiihI on iVIIhnu nml nrc Itroulit
lo tills OH).
Another chapter has been ndd
od to tho history ot bhipwrccks,
whoso distressed crews have, in
wholo or in prt, found rest on
theso islands after enduring great
hardships in open boats. Tho
vessel in this caso was wrecked on
Hawaiian territory, tho dangorous
reof of French Frigate Shoals,
lately annexed by tho Hawaiian
Government. In four boats, two
in company and two singly, tho
ontiro crow reached tho shores of
Niihau and Kauai, and wore
brought to Honolulu early Sunday
morning by tho steamer Ko Au
IIou. A. M. Howitt, purser of
that stoamor, furnishes the follow
ing report of tho shipwreck and
Tho Bchooner Mattio T. Dyor
loft San Francisco on Fob. 2, 1890,
and was lost on French Frigato
Shoals Feb. 22, at 3:30 a. m., tho
weather boing squally and dark.
Eight minutes aftor striking tho
reef tho vessol filled, turned over
and sank, giving, tho crow no
chanco to pot provisions or wator.
Throe bouts wero smashed on leav
ing tho vessol.. Tho crow eventu
ally got. away in four boats, threo
boats with six men each and 0110
with five. . Provisions in each
bont.'wcrofiix cans of peaches.Wind
as W. S. "W. and changeablo.
Tho captain and first oflicor's
boats landed on Niihau, with their
m mem in each all alivo, On Feb
ruary 20. Both boats woro brok-
' on up in tlio surf whilo coming
j nsliCiC, but thoenwd n
without serious hurt
thorn. Thoy wero fun
out Uiccriwd enmo to land
,0 any of
oy wero lurni.slK u with
dry clothes and provisions by tho
native resulonts of tho island.
They loft tho island at 8 p. m.
on tbo 27lh, boarding tho stoainer
Ko Au Hon mid reporting to
Captain Thompson, who at onco
communicated with Mr. "Wilcox,
ono of tlio directors of the I. 1.
S. N. Co., who instructed tho
captain to get coal and put to sea
in search of tho two missing
boats. Messrs. Gay it Robinson
and H. B. M. Commissioner A. G.
S. Hawes also communicated
witli Mr. "Wilcox regarding tlio
At 9:20 on tho 28th recoived
nows from Doputy Shoriif Om
stead that tho third boat's crow
had landed at Mann in a vory
poor condition, their boat being
also broken in landing through
tho surf. Wo of tho stoamor
recoived instructions to got
to sea at onco and look
out for tho other boat. Pro
ceeded to Hanaloi, arriving at
12:10 and departing thonco at 2:20
for cruise. We lauded at Niihau
at 9 a. m.j sont a boat on shoro
nnd inquired for tho missing boat.
Recoived nows that tho boat was
off shoro E. N. E. ton milos from
Niihau. Loft at 10 a. m., and
picked boat up at 11 a. 111., and on
taking crow on board dopartod for
AV.m rM.o o j.imi ivuiu in it
vory oxliaustod condition. Arriv
ed at Waimoa at 1:45. Wont on
shoro with tho captain and first
ofiicor, and found tho wholo popu
lation of "Waimoa at tlio wharf.
Loft for Honolulu with tho ship
wrecked crow at -1 p. 111.
following is tho lull list of
officers and crow of tlio schooner
Mattio T. Dyor:
Captain, C. E. Mocklor: chief
ofiicor, Hugh "Walkor; second olli
cor, W. Spear; cook, Nolso S. AVal
dal. Hun tors Ed. Larson, J. F.
Jackson, O. Porkin, "W. Lund
quist, P. E. Peterson. Crow Cris.
Olson, F. Peterson, V. Mndoson,
Morris Malcolm, O. Sinclair, J.
Jonson, John Nelson, C. J. Borry,
B. Domnollo, Jas. Mitchell, Frank
Moors, Jaij. "Watson. I. Ilavdn:
j cabiu boy, Emil Lundgran.
Tho following account is from a
correspondent at AVaimea, Kauai:
A boat camo in hero today from
Niihau, bringing tho captain, tlio
mato and ten sailors from tho
Mattio T. Dyor and they toll an
other dreadful talo of tho soa.
Tho Mattio T. Dyer, captain C.
E. Mocklor, of San Francisco, a
sealing schooner bound for tlio
coast of Japan on a sealing cruiso
with 23 men on board, was wreck
ed on Fronch Frigato Shoals on
tho 22nd of February at 3 n. in.
Slio sunk about ten minutes aftor
who struck, and as tho most of tho
crew was asleep tlioro was no timo
to get am thing into the boats.
The first thing tho men had (o do
was to got on somo clothes, and
yot vory fow of thom had boots or
shoes when thoy had to pull away
from tlio fast sinking vessol. All
tho provisions that thoy could get
was ono caso of peaches and no
wator. Tho crow was divided in
four boats, ono navigated by tho
captain, ono by tho mato and tho
two others containing only sailors.
Tho case of peaches was divided
in four equal parts, allowing six
cans of poaches to each boat. Tho
captain told them to koep togothor,
so if anything happened thoy
mightr help out ono nuoflmr; but
tho first night tho two boats of
sailors strayed away, but woro
picked upagaiu tho following day.
Tho enptaiu charged thom to keop
together, but yot tho Bamo two
boats strayed away again tho fol
Tho captain's and tho mate's
boat kept company and on tlio
morning of February 20 thoy sight
ed, tho island of Niihau, and at
noon both tho boats landed at
Niihau. Thero was a good deal
of burf on tho coast and thoy woro
trying to mako n landing further
east where tkoy saw that it would
be a bottor landing, but they had
no moro strength to row and had
to go ashore at that place whether
thoy wanted it or not. Both thoir
bouts wero smashed in the attempt
to land, but all tho men woro sav
ed. Tl.. captain and mm of tho
men Ment over towards a buat
houso that stands on tlio bercli
near tlio place where thoy
inndo tho landing, and found
a nativo woman in tlio boat-houso,
who got quito astonished at see
ing tho two while mon. Thoy
tried to talk to tho woman but sho
did nol understand n single word
of English. Her husband, -who
was fishing in tho neighborhood,
turned up. during this palavor, 1
nilf. nu lift fllfl unf 11 tilnruf nttil ntiif '
English either ho provided a
horso for tho captain nnd took
him up to tho houso of Mr. E.
Mooro, who immediately inado
arrangonionts for thom till ho
could got. a chanco to send a boat
to Kauai, which ho could not do
till tho weather got a littlo bottor
than it was. Ho sont tho boat
over and it arrived hero this
morning with tho rescued men.
Tho poor follows must liavo
sull'orod a good deal from tho
looks ot their faces, feet and
hands, which nro vory much
Bwollen, particularly tho feet,
because thoy had no timo to got
their shoes and stockings. Only
tho watch on dock had a full sot
of clothes on whon thoy loft tho
Sinco boginning to writo this
tho tolophono brings tho good
nows that ono moro boat has
landed on Mana with five mon all
xho steainoi Ko Au IIou lias
boon sont out in quest of the mis
Tho mon in tho boats that land
ed on Niihau are: Captain
Modeler, Mate Wulkor, Mato Wil
liam Spear, P. E. Peterson,
hunter, Barney Donnolly, Jiflnes
Mitchell, . Madibon, Jus. Wat
son. John Haydn, M. Malcolm,
Jack Johnson, seamen, mid Emit
Gonial Charloy McCarthy was
niado happy on tho 20th inst.,
whon his wifo presontod him with
a baby. This is tho fifth youugstor
and thoy are nil girls. ThutXthoy
may bo tho joy of his lifo and tho
bolaco of his old ago i iho wish
of his many friends.
CIRCUIT COURT TERM. ''I
Al'I'I.'AI.S AVirllllKAU.V AND FIMTT.
I'AID IN lll'HMI CAM'S.
.Motion lor INcu' Trial 0T-ril!cl
! III1I or Illvortc DlMiilnoeil
ItlitUcrx ut Cliitiitbrrx.
Tho February term of the
Circuit Court adjourned on Satur
day. Several cases on the dockets
aro stipulated' to be heard im
Judge Carter dismissed the hilD.
of divorco of Amoi Akann rs-
Akoi Akamu. W. O. Smith foe
petitioner; no appearanco of or
Pofor Pedro's sentence in tho
District Court for opium in pos
sessionto pay a fine of $150 anii?
costs was confirmed in tha?
Circuit Court. Attorney General!
Smith for prosecution; Kano for
At Pung witMrow his app&tF
for possn""On of opium, and paut
his fino and costs. Deputy
Attorney Gonoral Dolo for prose
cution; Humphroysfor defendant.
Ex-Judge Cooper this morning:
heard, as of August 24, 1895, th
motion for a now trial by defeutt
ant in tho caso of Jessie T. Naotnr
vs. L. A. Andrews. The motiotr
was overruled in an oral decision,
and defendant noted exceptions (op
tho court's ruling. Kaulia foe
plaintiff; A. M. Brown for defend
ant. Plaintiff claimed $3000 dam
ages of defendant for unlaw IitS
search of hor houso for liquor ami
assault. A mixed jury 'at th
August term boforo Judge Cooper
rondeied a verdict against tlio uV
fondant for $150 damages, nnl
Marshal Brown gavo notico uT
motion for a new trial.
. S. M. Ballon, attorney forplaiit
tiff, has filed a motion for n neir
trial in Enunoluth vs. Cook.
An amended complaint has beca
filed in tho suit of Bishop A Cr.
ngaiiibt tho Gibson estato, to is
tioduco parties having interest'
in the cuao who wero loft outoi
the original bill.
II. A. Widomann has rondorfeU
his first annual account as guard
ian ot tlio minor children of C. Ol
Borgor, which balances at S72S.74.
Tho inventory shows substantial
increases in tlio values of endu
minor's sharo of tho estate sine
that of 1895.
About two weeks ago this paper
gavo an account, being a vorlwC
roport from a privato lottor, of a.
carriage accident at Lahaina. It
was said tlieroin that tho paroutr
of Principal Abbott of Lahaiua
luna Seminary had been throwm
out of a carriago and seriously
injured. It should have been saiifc
tho mothor of Mrs. Abbott, ami
she has since died, as tho follow
ing item from Principal Abbott'!
papor, Tho Progrossivo Educator,
shows: "This number has beea
dolayed by the sad accident whiuSi
rosultcd in tho death of Mrs. Rosa
crniiB, tho mothor of tho principal1
at Kipahulu and of tho wifo of tho
editor of this papor."
A crowded houso grouted Rot..
Romig lost night to hear him ott
"Tho Old Paths." Tho sermon
was lopleto with instruction and
was givon in a doubly tangible
form by tho use of tho chart. The
speako- dwolt at length on the
doplorablo condition of tho reli
gious world today, a resulfc
brought about by apostasy and a.
long coutinued straying from the
divino patto'rn of tho churck
S'vou by Christ and tho Apostles.
0 said if all professing chris-"
tians would abandon huinam
creeds and tho following of human
leaders, tho church would bo ono
again as loft by its Divine