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10th Day, Maiioii 3kd.
In tho abseuco of President
Wilder, vice-president Knuhano
opened tho Senate this morning
at tho usual hour, a bare quorum
Aftor tho usual preliminaries,
tho clerk roported tho receipt of
tho native copy of tlio President's
messnge. Oidored filed.
Senator Baldwin prcsonted a
roport from tho Committeo on
Commerce and Agriculture say
ing they had had tho following
items m tiio Appropriation liul
utidor tlio head of "FqrostB and
Nurseries" under consideration:
Pay of Commissioner $4800;
pay of Professor Koobelo
b'5000; pay of gardener at
nursery 2010; pay of forester
at Makiki, $1800; pay of la
borers at Makiki $1800; pay
of laborers at nursery $1080.
Aftor presenting a long roviow of
tho work dono by Prof. Koebolo
and Mr. Marsdon during tho paBt
two years, tho committeo recom
mend . tho allowanco of tho
amounts givou above, with tho
further recommendation that tho
pay of tho forester at Makiki bo
increased to $2010. Placed on
tho tablo to bo considered with
Tho Military Committee pre
sented tho following roport:
"Your committee to whom was
referred tho Pay Boll of tlio Mili
tary, beg leavo to leport that they
had tho sumo under careful con
sideration and iiud as follows:
"That for tho last six months
of tho last two years thero was ex
pended under this head a monthly
amount of six thousand, flvo
hundred and oighty-ono dollars,
($0,581) whilo tho amount asked
for this period is one hundred
and thirty-six thousand dollars
($130,000) or a monthly average
of livo thousand, six hundred and
sixty-six dollars, ($d,GGG);showing
a reduction of nino hundred and fit
teon dollars ($915.00) por month.
"Wo recommend tho passage of
tho amount asked for in tho bill.
J. A. McCanclesh,
J. N. WitiaiiT,
Senator McOandless from tho
special committeo on tho Kaiulani
appropriation presented tho fol
lowing report :
"Your committeo to whom was
roforrod tho item which tho Min
ister of Finance moved to bo in
sorted in tho Appropriation Bill,
viz: Ponsion for Kaiulani, $4000,
bog leavo to roport that wo have
had tho mattor under careful ex
amination. "On investigation, your com
mitteo is satisfied that Kaiulani
not only would not consent to bo
a partisan to any sohomo for over
throwing tho present govoriiiuont,
but that sho accepts tho situation
and is friendly to the government.
"Wo thoroforo recommend that
tho item bo insoited in tho Appro
J. A. McCandless,
II. P. Baldwin,
P. S. Li HAN."
When tho order o tho day was
called which was Urn considera
tion of- tho appropriation bill,
Senator Baldwin moved an ad
journment for tho day, on tho
ground that tho maltois reported
on by tho committees woio too
important to bo considered with
only a quorum of Senators pres
ent. Tlio Sonator incidentally
called attention to tho death of
John T. Wiitorhouso and tho do
siro of many of tho inombors to
attend the funoral this iiflonioon.
Tho motion was ngreod to and
at 10:40 tho Sonato adjourned.
11th Day, Makoh 3nu.
HOUSE Or ltEI'ItEbENTATIVEH.
Speakor Naono called tho llouso
to ordor at 10 a. m.
A committeo was rccoived from
tho Senate announcing tho pas
Bago on third reading in that body
ot tho legislative expenses bill.
Placed on tho ordor of tho day.
Hep. Bichards reported the
laundries and washhouses bill db
Itep. Bycrott reported favorably
from tlio committeo on public
lands on tho petition for a road nt
Kalalau, Kauai. Bop. Kneo mov
ed tho roport be adopted. Carried.
Tho current accounts bill camo
up for third reading. It autho
rizes tho Minister of Finance to
recoivo temporary loans from
local banks at interest not exceed
ing six por cent por annum. Bop.
Pali moved tho bill pass. Carried
bv unanimous vole on a call of
of ayes and noes.
The Sonato bill appropriating
$15,000 for expenses of tho Legis
lature camo up for first reading.
Passed, and a second timo by
title, under Biisponsion ot tho
rulqs, and ordered read a third
Tho bill to amond an act enti
tled "An Act relating to Laundries
and Wash Houses" approved
August 9, A. D. 1880, camo up for
second reading. It provides that
fioni and aftor tho data of tho pub
lication ot this Act ovory person
who shall carry on tho business of
laundry hooping or washing for
lnrn, within tho limits oc tho city
ot Honolulu, except in such build
ing as shall bo provided for such
purposo in accordanco with tho
provisions of this Act, filial! bo
liablo to a fino of fifty dollars for
each and ovory day or part of a
day during which ho shall so car
ry on such business, and in de
fault of payment of such fino shall
bo imprisoned at haid labor until
such fino is paid.
Bop. Bond moved that tho bill
Bop. Bobortson remarked that
ho understood tho Government
had erected a now building for
washing at Iwilei, to prevent
washing in Nuuanu stream.
There was not accommodation,
however, for moro than half tho
washermen of tho town in tho
now building. It would bo hard
to fino or imprison a washerman
for washing clothes outside if ho
could not got room in tuo puoiio
wash liouso. Thoro ought to bo a
Baviug clauso in tho bill, and ho
would movo to refer it to tho com
mittee on public health.
Minister Smith explained that
work in erecting now wash houses
has been suspended through tho
giving out of tho apiiropriation.
Thoro would bo moro rooms in tho
now buildings than thoro woro in
tho old ones. Of courso nobody
would bo prosecuted, who could
not, or boforo ho could, get accom
modation in tho public wash
houses. Tho Ministor spoko of
tho importance to tho public health
of abolishing scattered laundries
Bop. Bichnrds thought tho ob
jection was mot by tho bill itsolf,
whoro it says tho Minister may
"designate and uso for bucIi pur
poses buildings already erected."
Bop. Davis objected to tho
tonus of tho penalty, as tho dis
trict mngibtrato might make tho
lino cumulative on paituofdays,
so that tho nlfondor would bo
fined 300 for breaches of tho law
at dill'oront hours of a singlo
Minister Smith feaid tho terms
woro tho samo as wero in tho old
law, but ho would move to iiiborl
tho words "not exceeding" boforo
"fifty dollars." This amondmont
carried, and tho bill passed as
amonded, to bo road a third timo
Ministor Smith, on tho conclu
sion ot tho ordor of tho day, said
ho wished, as President of tho
Board of Health and a mombor
ot tho Govornmont, to express tho
deop fooling ot tho Board and tho
Govornmont over tho death of
John T. Wiitorhouso, in viow of
his able and disinterested public
sorvicos as a iiiomboroftho Board
ol Health. Jt miL'ht not he re
gardod as a vory distinguished
position, yet in a long torra of
years no man had bpon moro
faithful. Ho sorved without any
compensation, at considorablo
Bacnfice of his private interests,
and hod proved a good and faith
ful servant. Kindly yet firm, ho
combined wisdom with sympathy.
Mr. Watorhouso has boon cut olf
in tho primo of his lifo, and ho
doomed it nppropriato that
mention should bo mndf- of such
long public services. The mem
bers of the Houso would fittingly
mark thoir esteem for tho memory
of Mr. Wulorhouso by attending
Speaker Naono said that al
though ho was not intimately ac
quainted with tlio lato Mr. Water
house having had moro to do
with his brother Henrv. ho knew
that tho departed gentleman had
been a good friend of tho uativo
Hawaiians, and ho hoped ovory
mombor of the House would ac
copt tho invitation of Mr. Smith
to attend his funoral. Tho mem
bers of this Houso represented
tho peoplo and it was especially
appropimto that tho representa
tives of tho peoplo should show
their respect for tho memory of
Bop. Kaeo was granted leavo of
absonco for tho lost of tho week.
Adjourned at 11 o'clock.
NOTES Or 110TII HOUSES.
Senator Cecil Brown doos tho
interpreting when Vice-President
Kauhano is in tho chair.
In an informal discussion in
tho Sonato chamber this morning
on the taxet; paid by tho corpora
tions, Senator Baldwin was forced'
to acknowledge that tho planta
tion taxes ought to bo raised, but
ho thought soiiio of thorn woro as
sessed too high.
Senator Baldwin thinks if tho
period of assessment on growing
crops is made on January
1st instead of July 1st that
tho revenue ot tho country will bo
materially increased, whilo Sena
tors Brown and McCandless in
sist that the whole system of tax
ing growing crops is radically
wrong. Thoy maintain that tho
product of tho crop alono Bhould
Ilciioflt l'cribriiimiee to Tnlio l'lnco
Owing to tho inclomont weather
tho benefit performance this even
ing by Wirth's circus has boon
postponed to Thursday evening.
Those that havo not secured thoir
tickets ought to got them resorved
at onco, as tho program is an ex
cellent and attractive ono, and no
one should miss tho last farewell
performance by this nioritorious
company who departs on tho
stoamor Chiyoda-Marn on Friday.
Tho Young Hawaiian Institute
Gleo Club and Kawaihau Quint
otto aro hard at practicing somo
now songs, and a rare treat iB in
store for thoso that will attoud.
Tickets can bo had of tho com
mittees and at tho following stores:
Hobron Drug Co., Thus. G.
Thrum, Goldou Bulo Bazaar,
Wall, Nichols Co., also at tho
gato, but it is advisablo to buy
your ticket beforehand and avoid
S. S. Ulit du JuniMro.
Tho City ot Bio do Janeiro un
expectedly arrived this morning,
23 dayB out from San Frauuisco.'On
hor way to tho Orient sho encount
ered vory rough weather, and
when several hundred miles from
Yokohama was compelled to put
about on account of heavy gales.
Hifving inn short ot coal, she was
brought to this port.
Owing to tho lack of coal, tho
miz.eu-top-niast, tho nftor houso
on deck, and other combustiblo
things woro used for fuel.
Tho big linor is docked at Paci
fic Mnil wharf, and after replen
ishing hor coal bunkers will con
tinue on hor voyngo to China and
Whilo trosh vegetables woro bo-
liin Inl.'mi nlinnv1 ,nc.cmwrmu ctnnfl
at tho gangway and widened with
j envious eyes
LATEST. FOREIGN NEWS.
INCIlHASi: 01' STOCK IN HAWAII
AN caiim: :o;ui-ay.
l.n Itoolli to Cniiiiiiniiil tlio Sulvnllon
Army liiAiiiorlrnltciiiNlrom All
San Fhancibco, Pob. 25.
iiiii:i mi at is.
Observations at A'alo University
Obstavatoiy show tho eomol dis
covered by Professor Porrino is
coming in tho direction of tho
earth, but at ai angle to tho
ecliptic which will bring it far
above tho oarth.
tho Pacific Cablo
capital stock of
000,000 was filed yesterday in tho
County Clerk's ofiico of New
York. Tho stock is to bo divided
into 100,000 shares of tho par
valuo of $100 each, and tho di
rectors are James A. Seymour, J.
Kennedy Tod, Edmund L. Baylie,
J. Piorpout Morgan and G. S.
Edgar W. Nyo, hotter known by
his pon nanio "Bill Nyo," tho
famous humorist, is dead. Pie
was to bo buried today (Fob. 2o)
at tho Calvary Episcopal ohureu
near Ardon, North Carolina. Mr.
Nyo was a mombor of this church
and a regular attendant whonovor
ho was at home.
Mrs. Mary M. Pickoroll has
boon givon tho contract for re
moval of oarbaco at Donvor. Col-
orado, and tnoro aro two women
inspectors in tho health depart
mont. Dr. Annie Marsh of Grco
loy, Colorado, loft her husband a
deathbed injunction to deliver hor
body to tho State University for
anatomical purposes, and hor re
mains woro liud on a dissecting
tablo in tho midst of a class of
Silver is at 70 cents, tho highest
price in many months, in sym
pathy with an upward movement
Honry 0. Bowon, editor and
proprietor of tho Now York Indo
pondont, died yesterday.
Socrotary Carlislo has been in
conference with Now York busi
ness mon on money mattors. Ho
said reports from all quarters
showed that tho movement for
"sound mouoy" was gaining in
J udgo Honry Beed of Philadol
ph'a died in New York after an
operation for catarrh. Ho was
49 years ot ago and a son ot
Hourv Beed, a professor in tho
University of Pennsylvania, who
was lost onboard tho steamer
Arctic when she sank olTilio banks
ol iNewloumi and torty-iour years
ago aftor collision with a 1 ranch
General Ivan Walker, hoad of
tho Grand Army ot tho Bopublic,
lately visited all of tho principal
northern citios aud found that
thoro waB strong opposition to tho
project to hold a "blue and gray"
parado in Now York on tho
Fourth of July.
Tho Govornmont is suing tho
Union Pacific receivers for lands
worth two millions alleged to havo
Ex-Pipsidout Harrison has not
authorized anybody to state tho
dav of his marriage.
The gold roscrve is $103,148,
201. Thoro aro indications that tho
Vandorbilts aro behind Sonator
Thurstonfa bill to foreclose the
Government mortgage on tho Pa
cific railroadB and put tho ontiro
system up at auction.
Tho llouso sub-comniittpo on
naval allium hold a mooting on
Monday, but itB members would
say littlo or nothing about it. It
was gathered, howover, that pi o
vision would bo mado for not less
than four now battleships, which
may bo incroased to Bix whon tho
mutter conies boforo tho full com
mittee. Mombors of tho commit
too say that recognition ot tho
Cuban inhurgonts cannot bo much
longer delayed, and that this may
load to trouble with Spain.
Ralvntlon Anil)- Trotilile.
Ballington Booth was offered
the loadorship of and independent
American Salvation Army. Men
I whom ho had raiscdup, an officers
ho had appointed, in all parts of
1 tho country, besought him to bo-
como thoir general. "It cannot
bo," ho Baid. "I t.iauk you, dear
i friendB, for tho honor you havo
I Innderod mo. tho confidenco and
trust you havo bIiowu me, but I
must decline. Mrs. Booth and 1
will quietly relii-- fiom tho army,
in which wo hao labored so long.
Gooby, and God's blessing rest
Field conimand-'i. Eva Booth,
sister of Ballington and third
daughter of tho Gonoial, has been
placed by a cablo order in charge
of affairs in America,' and all
officers of tho army must report
to hor for tho presont.
In an address at Now York on
his retirement, Ballington Booth
emphatically douicd that ho
was not dismissed. Ho was de
posed, driven from his ofiico, de
prived of his command by per
sons who claimed higher power
from England. AVith bitter
words ho named whilo pointing
out his enomies about tho head
quarters, and in a sharp, ringing
tone ho clohed tho list with tho
Col. Eudio has issued an order
tolling who Field Commander
juooui is. "juio Jjondon pro
vince, which sho has orders to
farewell, contains 21,000 soldiers,
350 field oilicors and from 500 to
700 cadob, Sho abo has chargo
of tho slum brigade Sho is a
great musician and composer of
songs. Besides this she is a
T i 1 rirf i- 1
fcrvont ami cnoctivo platform
speakor and a successful soul
saver." Nevertheless, when sho appear
ed on tho platform in Now York
when hor brother was leaving,
it is roported: "Tho Amorican
army Beemcd to havo no lovo for
hor. Tho sight ot Bister opposing
brothor was not pleasant, and sho
was interrupted by questions and
answers from tho auaionco."
Scclnrlnii School llarrtil.
Tho House of Bopresontatives
decided, by a vote of 93 to
G4, that moro of tho appropria
tions for Indian schools should go
to sectarian schools. Mr. Linton,
a Michigan Bopublicau, led tho
fight. IIo avowed himsolf as an
Amorican Protective Association
man, and ho said tho pending bill
carried $250,000 for sectarian
schools, ovory dollar of which
would go into tho coffora of ono
church. Moro than 4000 children
woro educated at thoso schools,
but thoy would not fcull'er. Tho
Boman Catholic church could caro
fnr ua n... jf. Tinu-nrfnl
, enough, and had a right to, but
' not wjlu tho public monoy. Both
political parties wero pledged to
, th0 complete divorce of church
and state. Walsh and Sherman
of New York, Democrat and Be
publican respectively, argued in
favor of aiding tho schools. Sher
man doolared no was a Protestant
but did not boliovo any church
alone pointed tho way to heavon.
Tho Fronch Sonato administer
ed a rebuko to tho Chamber of
Doputies and to tho Cabinet on
Fobruary 21. It has boon accept
ed in siloneo by tho Chamber. At
tho session of tho Deputies yes
terday thoro wiiB no roferonce to a
constitutional crisis. Thoro was
tho first sign ot opposition to tho
French's worship of their Bussiau
allies. Tho Government was in
terpellated on tho proposed outlay
of ono million francs for tho
Fronch delegation to tho corona
tion ot tho Czar. A Socialist Dep
uty protested against tho extrava
gant expenditure in celebrating a
monarchical event. Tho vote
showed only twonly-oight oppo
nents. Whon tho result was de
clared a Deputy in tho center
arose and cried: "Behold, thero
nro only twonty-oight BopublicaiiB
in Franco." Thoro woro some,
murmurs, but no leply was mudo
to tho taunt."
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