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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY. .MARCH 13, 1896.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
ITCOlin WOllK IN KKNAT1I ON CUU-
WlilMporlnir nn Arcmncnt Into nn
Olijoctlnp flennlor Eur l.xpcn-
e cf tlic Stlon.
KlSETEENTH DAT, MAItOII 13TII.
IwSonato caino to, order nt the
usual hour this morning, nil tho
members boiug present.
Minutes of yostordtiy -woro rend
Senator Rico from tho Printing
Committee reported an official
oopy of tho appropriation bill for
salaries and pay rolls.
On motion of Senator Brown
tho appropriation bill for current
expenses was taken up.
The items in tho Attomoy-Gon-oral's
department woro tnken up,
together with tho roport of tho
Tho first item was 30,000 for
incidentals, civil nnd criminal ox
ponscs. Tho Attoruoy-Goneral
explained tho necessity -for tho
appropriation and to a certain ex
tent told whut tho monoy was used
Senator McCnndless objected to
tho amount as boing too lirgo.
He thought 820,000 was onough.
If tho bum of 830,000 was voted,
it v as a snfo proposition to argue
that it would bo spent. IIo
thought if tho department was
limited to S20.000 tho expenses
would bo confined to that limit.
If it only cost 831,000 to run this
branch of tho Government dnrinir
I tho Into troublous time, tho do-
pUllUIUUl UUgllbJIU gOl lUOIlg Willi
less now that the stability of llio
government wns assured.
At this point tho Attorney-Gon-eral
wont ovor to Sonntor Mc
Cnndless' desk nnd whispered iu
his ear for a Bhort time, aftor
which tho Senator announced that
ho withdrew nil further objection
to the item, whereupon it was
allowed by the Senate.
Tho items of 810,000 for defec
tive sorvico and 88000 for thosup
pdrt of tho Citizons' Guard woro
passed without opposition.
An item of S280 for
compensation of Dr. Rodgers
as secretary of tho Labor
Commission was allowed.
Tho bill then passed its second
reading and was referred to tho
Printing Committco for rovisiou.
Uudor suspension of tho Rules
Senator Lyman introduced n bill
for sotting apart certain lands in
tho district of Hilo for street pur
poses. Read tho first timo and
referred to tho Printing Com
mittee. Under suspension of tho Eu'es
Senator Schmidt presented a rop irt
of tho Cornmittoo on Accounts
stating that bills to tho amount of
$1180.35 for expenses of tho Legis
lature to date had been allowed
Tho following were tho principal
items: Expenses of Pali road
commission S150;expeuses of audit
commission 851.80; Gaztitto Com
pany, two bills tor printing acts
kOu nuil bldfj.GO; N. J'ornandez,
typewriting for Senato S130;' Ha
waiian Star, printing bills 8229.50;
V. L. "Wilcox, translating bills
S5G and 8124.
Tho communication nt tho Auditor-General
relating to tho au
diting of oxponses of tho legisla
ture wns referred to tho Joint
Judiciary Commiltoc on u Btato
niont from tho Attorney - General
that tho Ifuttso had adopted a
Senator Brown from tho Judi
ciary Couunittoo piouunlud a re
port on tho bill to abolish apjioals
to juries in tho ciiho of nppouls
of lands coiiilomiiod for Hti-mil
purpoHOH, Tim cummiltuti worn
iHiiuiii)i(iiily d! (ho opinion thut
Din hill ufinlUolnil wftli Hflutlun 8nf
gimrautiiNi (lit right of irjH )y
jury in all ensos oxcopt actions
for dibt, nnd recommended that it
bo laid on tho tablo.
A motion to that effect prevail
ed. At 11:40 tho Sonata ud journcd.
HOUSE OP UEMEttEXTATIVES.
Nineteenth Dav,' Maiich 13th.
The House was culled to order
by Hpcnkor Naono nt 10 a. rrf.
Absent:' Rops. Robertson', Kaeo,
McIJrydo and Kamauoha.
A joint resolution was roeoived
I from tho Senato,providing forwrit
ring off a shortugo of 8504.87 in the
uiiicu vi mo lunrsnai uoioro tno
year 1892. Roforrcd to Finnnco
Tho registration bill was tnkon
up with the roport of tho joint
committco of tho special session
of 1895 on tho subject. It was
read a second timo by title and
referred to tho Judiciary Com
mittee. Tho bill to bettor dnlinn Hip
duties and powers of tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs, in regard, to
the military forces of tho Repub
lic, wns rend a second time b$
titlo and referred to tho Military
Tho following answor to Rep
"Winston's question was received
front tho Minister of tho Interior:
"In reply to tho question of Rep
resentative Winston nsking mo to
stato whether it is tho intention of
tho Government to compol all re
tail butchers of Honolulu to re
niovo to tho now fish markot on
tho oxpiration 'of their present
licenses, 1 would respectfully
state that it is not tho intention of
tho Government to interfere with
any of tho retail butchers located
in privnto stores, so loner ns tliov
! comply with the laws anil regula
tions ot vo JioarUoE Health."
Adjourned nt 10:30.
NOTES Ol' liOTH IIOUdES.
All of tho Cabinet Ministers
were present during tho Sonnto
session this morning.
Tho Senato Committco on tho
proposed now Tnx law nro holding
ameoting this afternoon to con
sider tho same.
Everybody wants to know what
it is that tho Attornoy-Gonornl
whisporcd in Senator McCandloss'
ear thnt cnused his sudden con
version. Tho House wrestled with affairs
of stato n full half on hour this
morning. Sonto of tho members
nro gottmg hungry for tho Appro
Sonator Holstoin's first voto in
tho Senato was oga'inst tho final
pnssago of tho Appropriation bill
for salaries nnd pay rolls yester
Ropresentntivo Kamauoha, Yico
Spoakor of tho Houso, was grant
ed lonvo of nbsonco from yester
day for a fowdny8, on account of
important privato business.
"Look hero, Mr. Spoakor," said
Rep. Rycroft aftor adjournment
yesterday, "Mr. Robortson allows
I don't know nnything about tho
streets of Honolulu, although I
know ovory street hero before ho
Tho voto on raising tho clork's
salary in tho Houso was strictly
on tho color lino, alUtlio native
members being for und all tho for
eign mombors against it. Tho
clerk is a young Hawaiian who
does credit to tho position, and
ltns just ns much to do ns the
clerk of tho Senato. Ouo should
receive as much pay as tho other,
and tho salaries of all officers of
tho Legifilaluro ought to bo regu
lated by law in an equitable until
nor. (tin lolliin Church ItmlMil,
Tho intororit in spiritual things
awakened by tho Komig-UuiTul .
progri'hhOH. Tho sermon Inst night ,
on tno "novoroignty ot uott was
another in which tho vory marrow
of IHIilu touching was given. Mr.
Kuiuitf'N com hi h iuii thoroughly
iiiHtiiitiliiil in tho i'iiiiiirt)iiitiutH of
tlm MirlptiiroH mill whin) thuy tul
Him oluinn NlHp of (iiHui'inif tint
liiiitfilnm. iidiniiitf liiht lilt i!iiii,I),
IUy Uuow wWm iljy ititiiil,
A NOTED HANGING JUDGE
soMimiiNU aiioot Tilt: cAitrrit
OI' Slit WILLIAM VINF.Vi:it.
Tho I'vihouh Ilculi Cnnr, Over Wlilctl
IIo Irrllcd and Which Itlndo
Among fho' 5u8Songors on tho
lnt up trip of tho Monowai tho
njost noted wns Sir William Win
doyor, Chief Justico of tho
Supremo Court of Now South
Wales nnd more gouerally known
by tho sobriquet of "Syduoy's
hanging Judge." Ho was on his
way to England oil n six months'
leavo of nbsonco, ostensibly with
tho idea of getting himself ap
pointed Tnombor of tho Privy
Council, which hoars appeals from
tho decisions of tho Australian
Supremo Court, but this is a mut
tviiof.sijoculation, and ono which
Judge Windoyor did not euro to
Judge Windoyor has boon on
tho bonch for sixteen years, and
during his public life has had tho
misfortuno to gain in public dis
favor. Tho ovont which eausod
his unpopularity was tho now
famous Dean case, which eclipsed
overy thing in tho nnntils of crimo
in ow South Wales.
Georgn Dean was tried before
J ltd go Windoyor on a churgo of
attempting to kill his wife with
poison, ami tho part played by tho
presiding magibtrato during the
trial was so obnoxious to tho pub
lic that ho became known as tho
"Botany bay hanging Judge."
George l)ean is a young man
who worked his way up iroin u
humble position to tho somowhat
responsible; ofiico ot master ot n
lorry boat plying botwecn Circu
lar Quay nnd the north shore,
Sydney. Ho is 28 years of ago,
nnd in March, 1891, married May
or Mary Seymour, whoso mother
was a ripe and sinister fruit ot tho
British convict system. But Dean
wtiB a popular follow among a
wido circle of acquaintances, and
when, in March of last year, ho
wus arrosted and charged with
having attompted tho lifo of his
wife, which in Now South Wales
is nn offense punishable by death,
nonrly tho entire population of
tho colony insisted oil bolioviug
him innocont. Dean engaged
Richard D.Monghor,a well-known
Sydney solicitor, to dofond him.
Tho trial was a most sensation
al ouo, nnd resulted iu tho convic
tion of tho dofondaut. Judgo
Windoyor sontoncod him forth
with to bo hanged. This wrought
tho public up to a high stato of
oxcitemont. Judge Windoyor had
publicly declared from tho bonch
that ho beliovod Dean guilty, and
some of tho Sydnoy pnpors took
him soveroly to task for his ex
pression of his opinion. Then tho
citizons' dofonso committee,
which espoused Dean's cause,
brought forward a lot of now ovi
donco, nnd a commission consist
ing of Prnncis Rogers, Q. 0., Dr.
P. Sydnoy James, M. D., and Dr.
F. N. Manning, M. D., was ap
pointed to look into the case.
Tho commission hold thirty
nino sittings, oxnmined 113 wit
nesses and concluded by recom
mending that Dcai bo released.
His sontonco had, in tho mean
time, boon commuted from hang
ing to imprisonment, for lifo. Tho
commission's roport resulted in
tho release of tho prisoner, and
tho biggest kind of a jollification
ensued. It is recorded in tho
Sydney papers that thousands of
peonlo rodo on Dean's ferryboat
during tho ensuing four weekb to
bhako him by tho hand.
Then thoro was anothov turn in
ovontu, Monghor, who defimlod
Doiin, was elected to a boat in
Piirliaiijoiit us a nwult ot tho purl
ho played in tin initio, but on tho
lloor of Purlliiinont llio urowii
nrofluuutm' nimlt) it htiitunumi Unit
ijutwliur hwl uilmHUni Ptfitn'u
guilt to Jillib mill wmitUnr
WHWtHui) UvlwH. Mmtt'
Piuoe 5 Cknts.
confession, nndjwas arrested and
convicted on a chargo of conspir
acy. Dean also mado a confes
sion and wns arrested, tried and
convicted on a chargo of perjury
for swearing to hiq own innocence.
Both Meagher, Dean nnd others
in tho conspiracy are now in jail.
It transpired that Judgo Win
doyor wns correct in his assump
tion of Dean's guilt. Tho caso
was ono of such exceeding un-.
pleasantness to him thnt ho does
not like to think of it, and avoids jt,
all discussion of tho matter. Ho "f
said ho was glad that tho sontonco
of death, which ho had imposod,
had been commuted to imprison
ment. nn: .iio no v a i to m: iiisi'l.iced.
No Sny Jniiim MIIU r the I'lilon
James Mills of Now Zealand,
managing director of tho Union
Steamship Company, which
operates a lino of fifty steamers
between Now Zealand nnd Austra
lia and between tho Colonics nnd
tho islands of tho South Pacific,
recoutly passed through this city
on his way to England, where tho
company now has several fast
steameis in courso of construc
tion. Tho Union Steamship Company
owns tho Monowai, and Mr. Mills
told n San Francisco reporter that
in tho near future a larger and
fnstor vessol will bo put on tho
run between here nnd tho Colo
nies in hor stead. Ho says there
is no immediato prospect of in-
Croasill'' tho lllimhnr nf frnmnr
on tho Australian line, but the
Union Steamship Company, which
has tho contract for enrrying tho
mails botweon Now Zealand and
San Francisco, is dosiroiiB of
shortening tho timo os much as
The following lettor from Mr.
Montgomory duly sworn to before
o notary public is published that
tho public may understand Mr.
Honolulu, March 12, 189G.
Ti whom it may concern:
This is to cortify that I was
present in Melbourne, Australia,
in January, 1895, and Samuel O.
Aboil, tho ndoptivo father of Ka
chiol Malm and Tnkia Moto, Java
nese nnd Jnpnneso respectively,
S;nvo said boys in chargo of Wilfred
lurns until such timo as said
Burns would moot Mr. Aboil
again, nnd thnt said boyB hnvo
been taught by Mr. Bums and
myself. Lnhl Sing has never to
my kuowlodgo taught said boys.
(Signed) P. MoxraoMEny.
J. F. Hays, "
C. L. Nolson,
A. V. Gonr,
Lmt Nlsht'a II re.
The alarm of firo at G:20 last
evening cumo from tho residence
of H. W. Schmidt, tho blazo boing
in a cottago nt tho roar of tho
muin residonco,occupied by Mrs.
Raho. Tho firo started from a do
feotivo chimnay and was in tho
roof. Tho timoly arrival of tho
chemical ongi no soon checked tho
Humes without much damage. Tho
cottago was about SOO foot from
tho nearest hydrants, and by tho
timo wator was turned on tho firo
had been put out. Tho roport
that tho firo was in tho old Armory
building caused largo numbers ot
pooplo to run to tho vicinity.
Oiilrul Union Siirl.il.
Tho regular monthly social of
tho Control Union Ohuroh was
luthl at tho church parlor lust
(waning with a good uttondiinco,
During (ho evening MIhb Agnes
iliithl, Mius Kiitn Homing anil
Aid irui'iull fnvDi'uil Urn ituijjuiiijn
With YOWll gl(W Mill ,MIi Ul'Oflll
gov WWt! HttluollniiM au JJjit
imiQ, mmmmM mnmyift
km b tm uvm Ujiik wm im,
4 ' W ah, n.iirf, fchrfM Mium