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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
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Twenty-Second Day, March 17th.
House or Representatives: Yes
terday Afternoon's Session.
At tlio afternoon session of tho
IIouso of Representatives yester
day consideration o tho Registra
tion Bill was resumed. Tho bill
finally passed tho second reading
with several minor amendments
and was made tho special order
House Bill No. 1, rolating to
government lenses, was noxt tanon
up together with the nmondmont
inserted by tho Sonnto. t A letter
from tho Land Commission was
road, advocating tho Sonato
nmondmont and tho Houbo agreed
to it. Tho nmendment requires
buildings erected on government
lands to be kept fully insured.
Senate Bill No. G, for improving
tho streets of Hilo, was noxt in
order on its eecond rending and
passed with n small nmondmont.
Thobill v.ns then put on tho
special order for Thursday.
Tho Attorney General, uudor
suspension of tho rules, nnawored
Bop. llnnuna's question about tho
polico of Maui. In Wailuku thoro
woro 12 officers and 1 captain,
Mnknwno 7 oflicors, Hnna G, La
hoina 7 and Molokai 9. Tho
captain recoived $50 and tho sala
ries of tlio policemen ranged from
837 to $15 per month, tho total be
The Attorney General intro
duced tho bill for an amendment
to tho law governing tho solo of
foreign products in tho islands,
which exempts newspapers from
its provisions. Tho bill passed
tho first reading, wns read a
second timo by title nnd referred
to tho Judiciary Committee.
Tho Houso thon adjourned.
Twenty-Third Day, March 18th.
Aftor tho opening preliminaries
this morning n communication
was road from tho Houso stating
that it conaurrod in tho Senato
amendments to Houso Bill No. I.
Senator. Lyman from tho Judi
ciary Committee reported favor
ably on House Bill No. 5 rolnting
to tho records of tho District
Senator nolstoin introduced his
bill, amending Section 12 of Act
8 relating' to contested oloctions.
Bead the first timo and referred
to tho Printing Committee
On motion of Senator Baldwin
tho joint resolution of groat Seals
and Seals of Departments was
On motion of Senator Baldwin
tho whole matter was referred to
tho Miscellaneous Committee, with
tho understanding that tho so
called Phoonix or Laysou island
bird would bo sacrificed. ty
Houso Bill No. 5 providing for
tho safo kooping of District Court
records was taken up, and Senator
Brown oxpluined its provisions
and tho report of tho committee.
Tho bill was thou read for tho
second timo and passed, and mado
tho special ordor for tomorrow.
Thoro being no further business
ou hand, at 10:30 tho Soualo ad
journed for tlio day.
Twenty-Third Day, March 18th.
HOUSE 01' lini'RHbHNTATlVEB.
Hop. Robertson prosontqd a
favorable loport of the Military
(Joiiiuiitloo on tho bill to bettor
doliiio tho iluliuu ahd powors. of
tlio Minister of Foreign AlTiiirH in
regard to the military forcoH of
tint Itnpnblk Luld on tlio table
(o bo uciiHidmiMl with tlio bill.
Hup, UuburUoii rimil for u flml
Hutu u bill to iinittiul (lit law '(
lating to solliug foreign goods
without n license, rocommonded
by tho committee on commerce as
a substitute for a bill of tho At
tornoy Geuoral. It oxompts tho
sajo of nowspapors from tho opor
ation of tho law.
Minister Smith thought it an
improvement on his bill, and
moved that tho report bo adopted.
This carried and tho Attorney
General moved that tho bill pass
second reading, which also car
ried. Bop. llobortson read tho follow
ing report 6 tho Judiciary com
mittee on tho salaries of clorks of
tho First Circuit Court:
"For many years prior to 1891
tho Balary of tho First Clerk, who
was formerly tho Deputy Olork of
tho Supremo Court, was fixed at
$1000 for two years.and tho salary
of tho Second Clerk, who was
formorly tho Socoud Deputy
Clerk of tho Supremo Court, was
S3G00 for two years.
"In 1894 tho salaries of tho First
and Second Clerks woro reduced
to S3G00 and 3000 respectively
for tho two years. Siuco the re
organization of tho Judiciary in
1893 tho work and responsibility
of those clerkships havo not do
creased, but rather to tho con
"Unless thoro is to bo a uni
form .scaling down of salaries
tlnoughout tho Appropriation bill
yrur commilteo sco no good rea
son for again reducing tho sala
ries of these clerks.
"Your committoo therefore re
commend that tho salary of tho
socoud clerk, First Circuit, pass
ntS3U00. Wo also suggest that
tho salary of tho First Clerk, First
Circuit, bo fixed at tho eamo
figuro as for tho last biounial
period, viz , $3G0O."
Laid on tho tablo, on tho Attor
ney Guuornl's motion, to bo con
sidered with tho bill.
Hop. Hnia -gnAO-holicd'eE abiU
to amend Soc. 30, Chap. 57, Laws
of 1892, rolatingdo terms of Cir
Ben. Hanuna presonted a reso
lution that nowspapers roporting
tho proceedings of tlio Legislature
bo furnished to mombors of tho
House, and tho proprietors of tlio
newspapers paid fivo cents n copy
therefor. Ho complimented the
papors for the accuracy and ful
ness of their reports.
Bop. Eobertson raovod that tho
solution bo laid on tho tablo.
Bop. Hanuna said it was desir
able that the members of this
Houso should have tho reports of
Bon. Winston thoucht the
monthly subscription rato and not
tho smglo copy rato should bo
Bep. McBrydo thought it was a
matter wholly for tho committoo
Bep. Bobortson agreed with
this, saying it was a mattor like
tho buying of load pencils.
Tho motion to lay on the tablo
Consideration of tho Appropri
ation bill was resumed. Tho, first
mattor was tho Judiciary com
mittee's report on tho First Cir
cuit clorks' salaries.
Minister Smith, in answer to a
question said tho reduction was
a mistake committed iu haste.
Tho items passed at S3G00 for
She First, aud 63000 for tho
Minister King, in answer to
questions, said tlio salaries of tho
Government Survey woro reduced
in tho lull. They used to bo 825,
440, while hero thoy woro 823,
1G0. Ho also stated that tho
salary of Mr. Bruuer, who was
doing tho road surveying on Ha
waii, was paid out of Uiih buroau.
At the Hiimo timo ho admitted,
with Minister Smith, that, adding
tlio pay of men who had loft tho
Survoy to enter tho Laud bureau,
tho total cost was grantor than
Bop. Jtycroft, in tho coui'hg of n
coiivurbiitioual diHuuuuion, rumark
wl that it wits tho firat timo he
hoard of overwork in tho Gov
Tho itqillH pUWBOil iih in tlm
Tim wttlary of (Jio Ulink, tim'oml
Olrniilt, wittt rfMi'rl U I'Iiimiiuu
Reeretary Bureau of Immigra
Bp. Bobortson moved an in
crease to $3000, becauso this offi
cial wad given charge of tho work
under tho Bogistration Act.
Ministor King explained that
tho samo official received $1200 as
Electoral Begistrar, bo that his
total salary was S3G00.
Bop. Bobortson said ovon that
was only equal to the fialnry of
tho second clerk of the Interior
Dapartmont. Thoro was going to
bo an awful lot of work in con
nection with tho Registration Act,
and $4200 would bo little enough
for tho threo offices combined.
Minister Smith thought that
perhaps too much work was going
to bo piled on ono man. Tho
registration work must not bo
done in a perfunctory manner.
This itom might bo loft as it wns,
and an appropriation bo made for
assistance in registration work.
Amondmont for $3000 carried.
Minister King admitted that
S9G0 for assistant clork in Hono
lulu Water "Works oflico was a
new itom. Sometimes thoro was
nobody loft in tho oflico, and it
was deemed well to havo a boy as
Bop. Bobortson did not sco why
tho ollico should bo left by tho
clerk excoptiug for an hour at
lunch. Ho moved tho item be
Minister Smith said that was
not a fair thing, nnd spoko of com
plaints to bo investigated, delin
quent water rates to look aftor,
etc.; to call tho clerk outside It
was proposed to givb him tho
assistance of a boy at $10 a month.
On motion of Bep. Winston tho
Minister King explained tho
now itom of$2G10 for reservoir
kcopors, nnd it passed.
Bop. Bichardi" criticised a now
itom for tho Honolulu market,
aud on motion df Bep. Bobei'tdon
the market items woro loforrcd to
tho Financo committee.
In thoTublio Works schedule a
now itom of $2100 for a draughts
man caused a discussion of tho
itoms in gonornl.
Minister King explained that
tho superintendent had too much
to attond to, in details of his oflico,
and thcroforo a road ongineor hail
boon appointed for tho island of
Hawaii, ond it was proposed to
havo a draughtsman for tho oflico
in Honolulu. Up till 1894 there
had been an assistant suporin
tondont. Bop. Richards wanted to know
why tho superintendent did not
visit tho island of Hawaii. -
Ministor King ropliod that ho
had boen on tho island with him
self last vear.
Bop. Richards moved tho itom
bo strickon out. Lot tho Survoy
dopartmeut do tho draughting.
Tho superintendent attonded to
too many little dotnils. Thoy had
seen him doing tho trilling job of
fitting locks on tho desks of mom
bors of tho Houso-
Bop. Bobortson seconded tho
motion. If tho superintendent
economized his timo more ho
could do his important work
bettor. As tho provious speaker
said howas doing the work of a
dollar a day man. Ho was known
to go diving in tho harbor to look
Ministor Smith thought the
Buporintondout should do moro in
attending to public buildings,
rather than spending so much
time drafting plans in his ollicn.
In tho spuakor's own department
ho had been urging tho marshal
to ashumo more general super
vision of public matters through
out tho islands. It wus a vory
ensy thing to make an assertion
that Government officials haven't
much to do.
Bop. Jtycroft thought thoy had
better ptiHH tliu bill, If tlio Mill
inter spoko again thoy would raise
his salary. (Laughter.)
Minister Smith expressed tho
hopo that there would be proHpor
ity iu tho mtrrout period
which would justify tho Govern
ment iu making large oxpuudi
tun of piiblin woiicn,whiiili would
Inrguly Imii'imHU tho iIuIIuh and
Inborn of oIIIoIiiIm in tlio liuruuii of
IIod. ItiolinrdN wax tiill.lnu
idiuiil wliHt tlio tout tfHKJnwr u
doing on Hawaii, and
tho Puna road.
Rep. Rycroft (intorrupHug)
There's no need of an engineer at
all on that road. It has no en
gineering difficulties. Thoro aro
no grades to fix. A common Jap
could do all tho work.
Rep. Richards thon concluded
Tho motion to striko out tho
itom for a draughtsman carried.
Bccobs was taken from 11:55 to
NOTES OP 110T1I HOUSES.
Senator Northrup was tho only
Ono Senator remarked today
that tho great seal of tho Amer
ican Lenguo was an improvement
on the design submitted for tho
groat seal of the Bopublic.
Tho largo portraits of Kalakaua
and Liliuokalaui look down daily
on Uio deliberations of tho Sonato,
which probably accounts for Bomo
of thoSenators occasionally call
ing this Bopublic tho Hawaiian
Several of tho Representatives
would liko to cut that military
appropriation right squaro in tho
middle, as ono of thorn expressed
it. Thoy aro also in favor of
abolishing all paid oflicors from
tho colonel down.
Thero will bo a special session
I of the Joint Judiciary Committoo
I this afternoon for tho purpose of
disciibsing tho revised poual code.
iHomoorsor. ooui nouses ana an
attornoys and tho general public
aro invited. Tho meeting will
take placo in tho room occupied
by tho Houso of Roprosontativos.
I Sonator llolstoin's bill l-olating
to contested elections for mom
bors of tho Legislature makes
plain a doubtful soutonco in tho
presout law. It provides that af
ter a decision from tho Supremo
Court tho successful candidato
shall obtain his certificate of elec
tion from tho Minister of tlio In
torior. A itfiirrlngn Ori'rnotiy.
At tho residouco of W. R. Sims,
at Kapalama, last ovoning, Mr.
Wm. II. Charlock and Miss Min
nio Rose woro joined together in
tho , holy bonds of wodloek.
"Chip" Charlock, brother of tho
gioora, acted as best man and
Miss Libbio Wilholm as brides
maid. Tho bride was given away
by hor undo, Mr. S. B. Boso, and
whon tho Bov. Alexander Mackin
tosh finished tho always impros
sivo marringo sorvico, gonial
"Billy" Charlock looked overy
inch n Bonedict. The newly
married couplo recoived tho con
gratulations of thoir many friends
under a largo marriage bell
composed of China asters,
whito begonias, heliotropes,
plumorias and marguerites. The
prosonts woro next inspected; thoy
woro both numerous and costly
and Mr. and Mrs. Charlock will
start up their now lifo with many
usoful and handsome gifts from
thoir friends in Honolulu.
The rooms woro thon cleared,
tho orchestra played the over pop
ular Hawaiian musip and dancing
was indulged in for somo time,
refreshments woro served, and as
ono lady was heard to remark,
"thoy had a rgal good timo." Tho
following is a correct list of thobo
prosont: John Nott aud wife, V.
C. King and wife, J. L. Holt and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Mutch, Mr.
and Mrs. Bartlott, Mr. aud Mrs.
Ned. Hopkins, Mr. Cockctt and
wife, D. Kanahu and wife,
B. Zublan and wife, Win. Ordway
and wife, S. B. Boso and wife,
Messrs. Geo. Ordway, Kirk Por
ter, W. Lucas, W. Wilder, A Per
ry, V. Yidn, Dr. V. I. Moore, H.
F. Wiclimnu, F. II. Foster, Louis
Singer, llonry Poor, W. Johnson,
Choster Doylo, Scoly Shaw, Joe
Shaw, J. McGinns Willie Nott,
Chits. Criino, (loo. Brum, Goo.
Muoy, Arohio Smithies, .7 .Spencer,
A. Ifurnundoz, M. Rilvit, J. Sinis,
CliiiH. Hoho, Krori Vm1, Mrs, (.
L Wight, Mrn, Pony, Alrn. lliuh,
.Mm. ('apt. Tripp, tlio MIwjoh I'm
ry, MImm Itibby Williliu, Ml
Alibiu (liiniuy, MU WimhI, llm
MUm lIutMiumii All Wlkivr.
mentioned JHE LATESJ ABOuj SUQAR JM
a irunriiEit auvaaci: in rue H
i'ii i ok is iiii:iiicri:n. M
Tlio Sngnr Nnrlirt ! Ill.tnrliril by
tlio Cubnii Crl.U mill the Action
Tho following advices concern
ing tho present stato of tho sugar
market aro from Castlo & Cooke's
latest circular letter:
Centrifugals Thoro havo been
no sales of this and tho basis re
mains at 4c. but tho market is
not quito so firm; 4 cts. is bid and
4Jc. asked, but a declino is anti
cipated on account of tho Spanish
complications resulting from' tho
action of tho UnitedStatcsCongress
in roforonco to the recognition of
tho bolligeronts in Cuba. This,
liko all political disturbances, is
liablo to causo a declining market
but thoro is no doubt if it does
declino an advanco will occur
later on. This is confident
ly expected from all quarters.
Granulated Tho priccin Now
York and San Francisco has not
Boots havo advanced slightly,
tho quotation of tho 7th boing 12
2 per cwt since whon there havo
boon no changes.
Sugar stock has dropped off a
point.tho closing quotation on tho
7th inst. being $11G common; pre
Tariff Thoro is nothing new to
Arrivals havo been as follows:
March 7th, "Jonnio Wand," from
Kahnlui, basis 4J,. March 8th,
"Lurlhio," from Kah ului, basis 4.
Sailings have boon as follows:
March 10th "Roanoko" for Hono
lulu, March 10th "Annie John
son" for Hilo.
Vessels discharging: "J. G.
North" to havo fiuished on tho
10th, "Bobt. Searles" 'to havo
finished on tho 10th.
Vossols waiting to discharco:
"Olms. F. Crocker," "W. II. Di
mond," "W.G.Irwin," "Jonnio
Wand," nnd "Lurlino."
Vessels on tho borth: "S. G.
Wildor" for Honolulu, ndvortis
od to sail on tho lGth; "B. P.
Bithot" for Honolulu, no sailing
Ond Ilrr ttunrillnu.
Princess Kaiulani writes to
friends in this city that she had a
vory narrow escape rocontly. Tho
young princess and hor fathor aro
occupying n villa at Montono in
111.- C-..1I. f 1? t .. ..1
tllO UUIHU UL X' lUUCU., JYH 11 TU1U
tho princoss takes lunchoon at
noon. On tho day in question
sho had ordered hor luncheon at
11 o'clock as bIio had on engage
ment during tho afternoon. Sho
spout hor morning in hor boudoir
writing letters at nor desk situated
in a largo bay window. It wns a
oloudy day and slight showers
woro falling. At 11 o'clock sho
was told that luncheon wns served.
Sho wont to tho diniuc room nnd
had hardly loft hor seat when a
i tremondous thunder clap was
' heard and tho lightning struck
j tho building, destroying tho chair
recently loft by hor, hor desk nnd
. tho window. Tho princoss who
I so narrowly escaped death was
confined for sovoral days aftor to
, hor room from an attack of uor-
vous prostration caused by tho
shook. Ka Makaainana.
W. V. T. V. niccllllL'.
Tho ladies of the Woman's
Christian Tomporanoo Union held
a meeting at tho Central Union
parlors yesterday and listened to
remarks by throe visiting Indies
from tho United Status.
Tlio tronuiiror reported tho ro
tMiipt of 0 1,30 as tho nut piooiiuds
of tho Bouloly'ri sliaro of tho ro
coat Now Ktigliind diiinar.
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