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Vi3h. 1. No. 252.
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HONOLULU, H I., SATURDAY, MARCH 14. 1896.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
SKNATOU ItOLSTMN SWOUJf ljf A
TTCtiiUCor r-uinoii Olvcn Kntlcc nri'aur
S'ow ISIIU liulutlnu tu III l)o-
Twentieth Day, March 14th.
k-ue senate. -
Presidont Wildor called the'
Sonato order at tho usual hour
this morning nnd Chaplain Peck
oponcd tho procedings with pray
er. Tho absentees were Senators
Wilcox, Northrup and Schmidt.
Tho minutes o tho preceding
session were road and approved.
Senator McCandlcss called at
tention to tho fact that when Sou
ntor Holstoin took his oath as
Senator tho wrong oath was ad
ministered by the Chief Justice.
Upon investigation it was found
that tho oath administoicd was tho
UBiia1 ono taken by voters, sold
iers, employes of tho government
and othor commqn people and not
tho ono provided by tho Constitu
tion for tho oflico of Sonntor.
Vice presidont Kauhauo and
Senator Lyman wero appointed
a committee to request the Chief
Justice to leotify tho orror and
tho Sonato took a recess until
Upon tho appenranco of tho
Chief Justico the proper onth was
administered to Senator llolstein
nnd tho Sonato resumed its busi
ness. Senator Baldwin presonted a
petition from 79 Hawaiinns at
Wailuku asking thut the opium
bill do not pnss. Laid on the
Senator Waterhouso presented
a potition from a nuraborof lndios
identified with tho Kapiolnni
Mntornity Homo nsking (hat that
institution bo included among
thoso exempted from taxation.
Eeforred to tho Special Committee
on tho Tax Bill.
Senator Baldwin asked for leavo
of absonco until Tuesday. Granted.
Minister Damon gavo notice of
tho introduction of tho following
'An Act to authorizo tho con
solidation of tho public debt of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
"An Act to define and limit tho
powors of tho Minister of Financo
under sections S and 9 of an Act
passed at tho presont session of
"An Act to provido for public
"An Act to define and limit tho
powers of tho Minister of Financo
under sections 8 nnd 9 of Act
passed at tho present session of
tho Legislature entitled an 'Act to
provido for Public Loan.' "
Presidont "Wilder announced
that Senator Holstoin would be
appointed to tho vncancy on tho
Coramitteo on Accounts.
House Bill No. 5, relating to
tho preservation of tho records of
District Magistrates, passed its
Rend a second time by title
nnd referred to tho Judiciary
There being no further busi
ness on hand tho Souato adjourn
ed until Monday.
HOUSE OP ItEPltEtjENTATIVES.
Thiuteentii Day, March 13ni.
Minister Coopor presented tho
following answer of tho Minister
of tho Interior to tho questions of
Rop. Kamauoha regarding Asia
Chincso laborers admitted to
tho country, 1087. Numbor of
OliinoHO on sugar plantations, 111111.
1, 181)5, 2009; total 30911.
Distribution Oahu. 8117; Maui,
513; Jhiwiiii, 1180; Kauai, 1120.
Arrivals of Uhlnwu iiiulur tlio
hx nioiithti' pwiilttiiiiulmiid; mon,
2358; woirion, 24. Return Hawai
ian born, 20: roturn naturalized,
Japanese arrivals under con
vention of 188G: men, 23,071;
women, 5187.1 Contracts expired,
18.G20 men. 4389 wnmnn; vnt to
expire, 4451 mou, 1098 women.
jjisiriuuuuu oi unpanoso moor
ors still under Contract:
Hawaii 2272 501
Kauai 109 2G0
Oahu 498 127
Maui 592 144
"Whoso contracts will expire as
March 0,1890 582 14(5
Juno 19, 1890 1387 342
Oct. 23, 1890 1292 314
Juno 20, 1897 1190 290
Arrivals of Japanoso not under
tho convention: mon 1851, women
352. Total number of Japanoso
on plantations Jan. 1, 1890: men
11,487, women 1141.
Distribution of Japanoso not
under the convention :
Kauai . . .
Departures of Chincso and Jap
anese during thoso years.
MEN. WOMEN. OHILDItEN.
1894 1018 17 179
1895 1131 40
r, li in
ji-iy jl i zzi)
Of those, 1290 had boon residing
hero under six- months' residence
bonds, 783 had roturn permits and
03 wore naturalized.
Contract laborors under tho con
vention roturnqd to Japan:
1894 12G3 382
1895 1532 420
Minister Smith apologized for
dolay in answering the question
as to why departmental roports
had not boon translated into Ha
waiian. Ho said tho translations
wore in tho hands of tho printers,
but tho statistics had not been
translated because it was thought
tho Hawaiians would understand
thorn in tho English version. Tho
oxpenso of translation was consid
orablo. Thoro woro stacks of ro
ports in Hawaiian pilod up which
woro never oven glanced at.
Rop. Richards reported from
tho Jtfunnco coramitteo on tho
joint resolution regarding a short
ago in tho Marshal's oflico, giving
explanations alroady published in
tho report of Senato proceedings.
In answer to Rop. Cluuoy ho said
the Bhortago occurred in the books
whou they woro kept by Sam. F.
Rop. Robertson brought up tho
subject of tho Registration bill.
He Baw that tho report of tho joint
committeo thoreou was referred to
tho judiciary committee yester
day. It was unusual to refer tho
report of ono committeo to an
other. As ho was tho only Houso
member of tho joint committeo
now in town, it was a roferonco of
his own report to himself.
Minister Smith, roforring to tho
groat importance of tho subject,
suggested that tho bill bo fully
discussed in committee of tho
whclo. Thon somo of tho details
might bo again roforred to a com
mitteo. At this stago it did not
seem appropriate to have tho bill
Rep. Richards moved that tho
bill bo placed on tho rogulnr or
Senato bill appropriating money
for salaries nnd pay rolls was
Rop. Robertson moved that tho
bill bo iimdu tho order for Tuos
dnys, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Rep. Richards objected. Thoy
should tnlco up tho bill u'liunovor
thoy hud lime.
Minirttor biuith favored lliu mm
gudlimi of tho previous nnynluir.
Hup, WiiiMon hihioihIim! tlio mil
lion. Tim motion iwirrlwl,
sttSZm. HUMPHREYS' ANSWER.
ngo in tho Marshal's office passed
on tho roll call.
Hop. Robertson gavo notice of a I
0111 10 pormit tuo importation ot
korosouo oil for manufacturing
and mechanical purposes.
Minister Smith invited tho
mombers to seo the pumping plant J
01 1110 water worKS in operation.
Rop. Robortson moved to ad
journ. Socondod by Rep Halua
Inni nnd carriod by tho Speaker's
casting vote. Adjourned 10:55.
Senator Schmidt arrived too
lato this morning to tako part in
tho proceedings of tho Sonato.
Tho Senato session lasted only
threo- quarters of an hour today.
Ministers Coopor and Smith
attended tho Houso this morn
ing. Presidont "Wildor and several
other mombers of tho Sonato,
after adjournment of that body,
sat watching tho conclusion of tho
HAWAIIAN CI It CHS.
AuilillloiiH I'rojcct il .tlc-mrs. Hum
A representative of tho Even
ing BuIjLETIN interviewed Messrs.
Prico and Burns this mornimr
rolivtivo to thoir futuro intentions.
"Wo Bhall remain in Honolulu for
somo time to como,"said Mr.Burns;
"wo havo purchased materials for
u largo now tout, which will soon
bo completed, and proposo to give
a show in tho near futuro, which
will bo, in its makeup, ontirely
different from tho Wirth circus
combination show. It will com
prise a numbor of now and uniquo
acts, to produce which, in propor
shapo, wo havo spent several thou
sands of dollars.
'Wo havo secured somo talont
heretofore unsoon and unkuowu
in your city, nnd boliovo thnt our
success is well assured, inas
much as wo most cortainly
havo tho good will of tho best
classes monetarily and commer
cially in Honolulu. "Wo will push
matters as rapidly as possible and
got our show in running ordor in
a very Bhort time.
" Wo desire to thank both press
and public for past kind favors,
and boliovo that no ono will leavo
our tent dissatisfied."
"How about your live stock,
"Wo havo somo splendid horses
and, by, tho timo wo nro ready to
show, thoy will bo in perfect
"I am a compotont horso trainer,"
said Burns, "nnd will not bo
ashamed of our animals when thoy
appoar. "Wo havo organizod this
ostablishmont horeand shall call
it tho Hawaiian circus nnd bal
loon combination not only hero
but wherever wo tako it.
"Our intention is to add now and
firstclnss talont to tho combination,
from time to time, from America,
and there iB no doubt of our im
mediate and ultimate success."
"How about music?"
"Wo are negotiating for a local
band, but, if no conclusions in
that respect aro arrived at this
week, wo shall import a numbor
of musicians from America."
OI.OUDIIllHSr ON. liA.NAl.
IWIriioi'ttlunrv Irc'lpilntlii Halt nil
Iiivli In llilrlvvn ItllmilvN.
Walter Ilaysoldon writes tho
following in a note to his fathor,
now in town on business:
"Just 11 lino for tho newspapors.
The rain hero Sunday was terrific.
Total amount 2:01 inches; but
from 10:25 to 10:38, which is only
13 minutes, it rained .50 of an
inch, nnd from 10:55 to 11:20 -25
minutes it rainod or rather pour
ed .92 of an inch. Consequently
tho ruvino was Hooded and pond
filled to tho brim. Rain pretty
City Onrringo Co,,J,H, And.
inilo, iimntigi-r. ll you want n
liuolc with ljooiI Iioihu ai d onro
ful drivor ring up tVloplu no 113,
uoriur of J'url mikI Mnnilinnl
trwiWf Hunk 11UII Iiohm,
Wlmt lie Told Mr. Hngoou Abmtt
HIiiKcir Ociilc Allrciilluim of Un
due Iiiditpnrc nnl Itnpnrlir.
A. S. Humphreys, ono of tho
defendants in tho Magoon-Afong
case, haB filed, for himsolf, an
answer to tho complaint. Tho
nnswor is an olaborato document
covering 19 pages of closely typo
written mattor. Replying to tuo
charges made against himself de
" This respondent denies that
ho has ever sought to inilueuce or
control tho said Julia Afong, or
that ho has over said or done any
thing to ostrango hor from any
mombor of her family: that no
sano porsou will boliovo that u
ponniloss young lawyer, possess
ing neither pre-eminent ability,
high position nor great powers a
persuasion, could, within less than
nineteen days, polluto or drain
tho woll-spriugs of a mother's
lovo. Admits thnt during tho
mouth of August, 1895, ho ar
rived in Honolulu on 11 sailimr
kvessol and respondent now
states that, like tho Duko of
Marlborough, "ho travolled second
class, because at that particular
timo there happoncd to bo no third
Admits "that having beon iu
formod that said J. A. Magoon was
a lawyer with a largo l prjictico ho
sought and obtained employment
in tlio oflico of said Magoon whoro
ho ronmiuod until January 1,1890.
And respondent states that noth
ing is moro rovoltingto ono's feel
ings than tlm spcctaclo of a human
being obtruding on our notice his
moral ulcers or Bears and tearing
away that decont drapery which
time or indulgence to human frail
ty may have tlrawn over thorn, but
that respondent realizing that ho
was a strangor to tho community
nud had found employment in tho
ollico of said Magoon nnd was en
joying his confidence, conceivod
it to bo his duty to toll said Ma
goon somothiug about his past
lifo, mid that this rospondont did,
within 0110 week nftor ho had
found employment with said Ma
goon, toll him how much money
ho possossod, to ono cent, when ho
arrived in Honolulu, and did toll
said Magoon that ho had
boon addicted to tho uso of ardout
spirits, sometimes to excess, and
did toll said Magoon that ho had
spent his inheritnnco in riotous
living, as well as tho incomo from
his professional labors, and did
toll said Magoon that ho was in
debted to parties in tho United
States and did tell said Magoon
that ho had allowed a fortuno,
lino opportunities and years, that
can never bo recalled, to slip
through his hands. That said
Magoon was fully informed as to
nil of thoso fncts from respondent's
own mouth boforo ho tho said
Magoon took rospondont to his
own homo nnd tho homo of said
Julia Afong. Rospondont avors
that boforo lio became engaged to
tho Baid Mario K. Humphreys ho
as frankly and unreservedly told
her and told tho said Julia C.
Afong what his past lifo had
boon, as ho had previously told
tho same to said Magoon. l'huro
was no deuoption, no concealment,
no imposition as to tho moral ami
financial BtntUB of this rospondont.
Denies that ho iB of "questionable
antecedents;" on tho contrary
avers that his family aro among
tho most distinguished people in
tho Stuto of Mississippi. Avors
that thoy aro of ancient linciigo
and spotless honor; no rust over
rested upon thoir escutcheon nor
can falho faith seek shelter at
thoir firesides. Rospondont ad
mits thnt when n young, inex
perienced boy, 21 yours ol ngo, ho
niuglit tho "westorn fovor," sold
out his intorimtH in the South
and iiiuvod to the fumtiurj that
Umttminl mi ;A lm,
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