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fonliij llaHilln litlmnlii,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
senator uoi.vtr.ix asks soain
, rKKIINKXT QUESTIONS.
ImporlHiit Hcport rrniu the Judicial-
Huiilltce on thcFrbpoieif Xcu
I.tccimo Law. .
Twenty-Seventh Day, Mahoh 24.
House or Representatives: Yes
terday Afternoon's Session.
At tho nftornoon session o tho
H0U8O yesterday Eop. Richards
moved for n roconsidorntion of
Section 3 of tho Act to widen the
streets of Hilo,on tho ground that
as tho Executive had introduced
a bill arbitrarily fixing tho width
of cortnin streets in. Honolulu,
thoro was no reason why tho same
should not be dono in Hilo. Ho
moved that tho width of Wnianuo
nuo street be fixed at 54 feet in
the bill, and the motion carried.
Tho Houso unanimously adopt
ed tho Senate joint resolution do
fining tho powers of tho Auditor
General in regard to exponseB'of
The oill relating tolho impor
tation of korosono oil for fuel was
.road by title and reforred to tho
vjumiumeu ua commerce.
Tho bill regulating tho exten
sion and width of streets in Hono
lulu was also read by title and ro
ferred to tho Committee on Publio
Twenty-Ninth Day, MAngn 25.
After tho opening preliminaries
this morning Minister King an
nounced that tho President had
signed tho bill relating to tho sales
of newspapers, tho bill relating to
tho preservation of District Court
records, and tho Joint Resolution
relating to tho shortngo in tho
A communication was received
from tho Houso stating that tho
Registration Act had passed its
third rending. Also that Senate
Bill No. G for improving tho
streets of Hilo passed its third
reading with amendments. Also
that tho Houso had adopted tho
Joint Resolution concerning tho
auditing of Legislative accounts.
Senator McCanilless presented
a petition signed by nearly ovory
merchant m town, protesting
against tho erection of any moro
corrugated iron structures within
tho firo limits and on tho princi-
?al streets, and asking that tho
uturo issuance of permits to erect
such structures by tho Department
if possible measures bo taken to
rescind those already granted. Re
ferred to the committee on Public
Senator Lyman road a un
animous roport from tho jCom
mitteo on Publio Lands relating
to tho Pali road. Tho roport states
that tho committee, together with
a similar committee from tho
House and tho Minister nf tlin
Interior, had visited tho ground
and oxammed tho routo und grndo
proposed. They aro of tho un
animous opinion that tho Bruuer
8 por cent, grado is tho best and
most economical routo proposed.
On motion tho roport was ndoptod.
Senator Lyman from tho Coin-
mittOO Oil Plllllin Tin twin vnnn-rln1
on tho petition asking for tlio np-
iiujiniuiuii ui qxuvv ior a waro
louso and wharf at Napoopoo.
Tho roport favors tho laying of
tho potition on tho toblo until tho
nnnrnm'iiitiriti hill nnmna nn .. !
Senator Rico of tho Printing
ComiiiittoQ proHontod printed
oopioH of AfltH 17 ftiul 22, typo
wrHUmoojijoH nCAotSl, muf an
ollloln) copy of Ant 15 for final
Vriwlilunl AVIIilor muimimiml
iliitt Hm hiikiiiI noinmitloi) nn
MiiilHlnr Diiiiinii'it four hllU rulut.
Iliu In lliu Ijiiiiilml liiiliiMiiiliimm
mill llio Kuw Luim woiiM lm Dm
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. 1896.
sisting of Senators Waterhousd,
Schmidt and Wilcox, and Senators
Brown and Baldwin.
Sonato Bill No. 17, relating to
trials before tho Supromo Court
whoro two of tho Justices are dis
qualified, was taken up on tho sec
ond reading and passed, and
made tho special order for tomor
row. Sonator Holstoin presented tho
following questions to the Min
ister of tho Intorior:
1. How much money has thero
been appropriated since 1892 to
grade, opon, widen and improve
the Kohala Waimoarond? What
was tho amount? How much ox
ponded? Does tho govornmont
contemplate finishinR said road?
"When will work bo resumed?
What amount would thoro bo re
quired to finish said road as laid
out? Are you going to ask auy
appropriation this session for its
completion? If so, how much?
2. Is Honokaa landing a gov
ernment or a private landing? If
it is a government landing why
aro tolls levied upon freights
landed thoro from Honolulu?
Hob thero boon any appropriation
mado from tho treasury for said
landing? If so, how inuch?
3. Docs tho govornmont intfind
opening up for homesteads' those
lands back of tho Aunii tracts in
Koliala. If so, when?
4. How much money boa thoro
boon 8pont in tho repairing of tho
Honoipu road in Kohola Binco
1893, and how much for tho Ma
hukona road? Is not tho owner
of tho Honoipu landing chairman
of tho Kohala road board, and ia
it not n fact that moro has' boon
spent on tho Honoipu road than
the Mahukona. govornmont road?
Have thero not been complaints
mado from Kohala to that , effect
If so, why wore tho same unhood
od? 5. Ib it not possible that
work could now bo stopped on tho
corrugated iron building now bo
ing erected on Port aud Bothol
Houbo Bill No. 8, defining tho
powors of tho Minister of Foreign
Affairs in regard to the military,
was taken up on tho third reading
and passed unanimously.
Sonato Bill No. 22, giving tho
Circuit Court Judges concurrent
rights with District Judges to
hear and determine water contro
versies, passed tho second reading
and was mado tho special order
Under suspension of tho rules
Sonator Brown introduced the ro
port of tho Judiciary Committoo
on tho Liconso bill, which rocom'
mrinds tho following licenses :
Alcohol, no change.
Real estate and loan agencies,
Awa Honolulu S750 each for
three liconsos; Wniluku and Hilo,
S."00; Lahainu, S300; all other dis
Auction Licenses aro increased
from $500 to SG00 for Honolulu;
other districts $15 to $25. No
commissions to go to tho govorn
mont. Banking licenses aro increased
from $500 to $750.
Barbors' liconsos are placod at,
$15 in tho bill. Tho committee
recommend an increase to $50.
Billiards and Bowling Alloys.
Boats and boatmen. No ohango.
Beef or pork butchers. Increas
ed to $-10 in Honolulu. Elsowhoro
Commercial travelers Hawai
ian $100 por year; foreign, $500
for Honolulu and $250 elsewhere.
Tho licensing of hunting with
firearms ib recommended to bo
extonded throughout tho islauds.
Lawyers, $50 for higher courts
and $25 for lower.
Livery Stublos - Unchanged ilh
to Honolulu, Wniluku nml Hilo
$25 por annum,
Lodging Houses, ruined from $2
MnralmuiliHO, no olinugo,
Dairying 825, with imovIhIoh
Hint no private faintly plmll koop
mom Hmn tliiou (town from wlilnli
lo fiiriiluli milk (o iiiiililmrH,
Vmlillniti of Iiii)uiIih kudiI
Tin) (mmmllloD rumiinmuiiil tlmt
i) Wmrnm m mm w till
Public performances, raised
f r o $5 to $10 for each porform
Salo of Salmon, raised from $10
Tobacco and cigars, $50.
Vehicles and drivers, no change.
Tho committoo furtlior rocom
mond two new licenses, viz: Boot
and shoo manufacturers $20; tail
ors, $50 for Honolulu and $20 for
With tho above chani?s Urn
) recommondtho nassnyo I
Of tho bill.
Twenty-Eiohth Day, March 25.
HODSE OF RErREbENTATIVES.
Spoaker Nnono submitted a bill
that had passed tho Senate relat
ing, to contested elections.
Rep. Richards presented a ro
port of tho Committoo on Finance
on the motion of Rop. Hanuna
for a pension of $-100 to tho widow
of tho lato J. U. Kawainui. Thoy
"find upon investigation that it was
correctly stated by Rop. Hanuna
that during Mr. Kawainui's lifo
ho porformed valuablo service to
his Hawaiian brother, and, whilo
wo appreciate tho good ho has '
aone, wo aro of the opinion that
ond and Davis.) ,
jl wuuiu not uo loasioio to Deem uiu w ao.oou, oui wunurow "" " W1U i" crew: u uurutu
. . ; ' , "J " i'"" . ., , . , i ...- ouu uiaie; i-eier iMrlsmi, cook; lf Pctcrton
Bioning. Wo therefore rocom- irom tlio oliairraan of committee. - Thomas scull, Peter .seyiand, Petsrsvett
to GRtnh 1R 1 mm i n. avatnm nf nnn. U18 motion ftttor nil nrnniin nn ' :"."" " ". ., u c iiiorson,
mend tho item do not nass." . J-uo same member then moved to !? I.. La.r.c.n n,,a J,Br".u le
v.uuuv. ur iucMiDi jLiituuiUB. .-""---' "j " vu uuiiuiv uri. iiiwiinuuu iul lliu c.iri?o or lumbor
H,l 1, TVr0. -n:l.,1 inornnon Urn onl- f , ,1 .. T. Ti." .' ".".". "f ""'"" ' "-. '""
ltep. llanuna ana Hamauoha mjoiouu. xuey uaa raised tlio
urged tho passage of tho item, on salary of tho magistrate on ao
tho ground of tho work Mr. Ka- count of tho amount of work, and
wainui had dono, as editor of a
native paper, in porsuading his
countrymen to accopt tho rovdu
tion of 1893 and its results.
Rep. Bond said it was not usual
to grant a pension except in tho
case of a porson who haa Jaeen in
tho actual service of tho Govern
ment. Rep. Hanuna asked if Kaiulani
had taken tho oath to tho Repub
lic. Ho ventured to say she had
dono nothing of tho kind, yet
horo was an item of $4000 for her.
Had Kapiolani, who also received
aponsion of $1000, taken tho oath?
Mombirs wore haggling over a
trifle of $400 it was not $4000
for a man who had died whilo
standing alono battling for tho
Minister Smith desired to say
something on behalf of tho Gov
ornmont before tho voto was taken.
While thoy appreciated tho valua
blo naturo of tlio services rondor
od by Mr. Kawainui, who was a
man of high ability and good
character, tho question of pen
sions was one that must bo care
fully treated. Pensions wore or
dinarily only granted in the cases
of thoso who had suffered or died
fin tho norformnnco o nublio dutv.
Kaiulani'B case was ouv standing i
apart from others, bho had boon
tho logul heir of tho throuo, who .
lost nor uoritago tnrougu no iauic
of hor own.
Tho roport of tho committoo was
adopted by a largo majority.
Rep. Kamauohaj moved to take
up tho consideration of the item,
"Pay of Circuit Judge, Third and
Fourth Cirouits, $(5000." Tho
motion having carried, the buuio
member moved to raiso tho item
to $7000. Ho was rolating tho
creat nmount of work this Judeo
had to do, having four tormB at
two different plaeos to hold each
year, when ho was interrupted by
Ministor Smith, who said tho
salaries of Judges wore fixed by
tho Judiciarv Act. That law
would have to bo amended boforo
this itom could bo raisod.
Rop.Kamuuoha was awaro of tho
fact, but said it nmdo no differ
ence; tho itom could bo raised now
and thero would bo no troublo
about clmugiug tho othor law
lator.Thoro woro two Judges in Ho
nolulu who woro paid $4000 a year
and never required lo lonvo town.
Hawaii was tho biggost Inland in
tlio group and, having two Oir
oiiitM, its Judge should bo paid
moro than tlioun who lmd limn
Minium' Smith I'oml lluiinm
snowing Unit tlmro hml h"iu on y
ii illlTiirmii'ii of bixtonii uhhim in
I ii wiill m iiniiiiti willi
Mull I liu
Mill lliw iJi)ll
iH lillUlllil 1)0
but tho number of cases should
cut no figure. A judge was not
supposed to go round drumming
Tho motion was lost, only tho
mover voting for it.
Minister Smith moved to recon
sidor tho salary of tho District Ma
gistrate of North Kona. "Wlion tho
bill was boforo the Senate tho ro
port of the Ohiof Justice, pivinf
the numbor of cases tried by ench !
Ho rmvn n. ntntnmmif nt ti, ..rfi.
IIllHMKir.lTA. linn lint linmi riuininu
inn of inntrlHtrntnB' nnlnrinu nnrl
moved that that of North Kona
be transferred from tho seventh
to tho fifth grade, making his
salary $50 a mouth instead of
Minister Smith also moved to
increase tho South Kona magis
trate's salary from S800 to $1000
for tho period. Carried.
The military item
with tho favorable ronort of com-
11 1 1 " i -.
mitteo, WaB taken up and passed
li e el- tt """ I'"1 ii "iiuiu euririi wuen sue Itll
ltoms of pay of pollCO for HaVjAtorla, was valued at U1, 1711.49
waii, Maui and Oallll, with favor- i lle barkcullne Dlscoverr, reported In
able roport of committee, cino , W1 -!?rni'1PT i ? "licnr up '"loti
' 1 Oil TOVttlrC InilTl I'tirt Itnmh WtP Sun l'ran
up. jamauona movea to in
croaso tho item ' for Hawaii from
sheriff of North Kona from $1440
was the deputy shoriff who cut
out tho work and prosecuted tho
casos. Thp mover compared tho
work of this officer with thoso in
Minister Smith would support
thb item and to make up tho
amount would- movo to reduce tho
Balary of tho doputy sheriff ofKo
loa, Kauai, which was a small
Rop. Richards thought this was
not a proper way of dealing with
tho matter. Lot each item bo con
sidered on its own nierita.
The amendment carried and, on
motion of tho Attorney-Gonoral,
tho salary of tho "deputy sheriff of
Koloa. wbb reduced from S15G0 to
Hop. Rycroft moved to raiso tho
salary of the doputy sheriff o .Pu
na from $9G0 to $1200. This of
ficer had 1200 bouIs under his care
he had a rough country to travel
and it would bo hard to replace
Rop. Kamauoha supported tho
Rop. Winston aBkod if some of
tho doputy sheriffs did not hold
nfliftr nflfinrtsr. TTn una lTifrirmnrl
other offices; Ho was informed
that this man was also assessor.
How much did ho cot fromthat
Rycroft thoucht it was
about $200, but ho would havo to
ask tho Minister of Finance.
Aftor talk by Reps. Hanuna and
Haia a motion by Rop. Richards
carried, to rofor tho motion to a
select committee for ascertain
ing what tho official received in
Minister Cooper, under BUBpon
sjon of tho rules, presented a peti
tion sigued by 21 mombors ot tho
United rortugnoso Society, form
ing tho central committee. ThiB
, was a copy, as tho potition was
addressed to tho Prosidont as well
ns tho Logislaturo, and anothor
copy would bo prosontod to tho
Legislature Tho prayer of tho
. petition was that laws should bo
? mssed at the present session to
urthor restrict Chiuoso ond Jap
nuoHO immigration, also to pro
vido a moro equitable syBtom ot
taxation, and that means may bo
(loviAed for tho bottor protection
of tho intcrosts of tho laboring
classes in these islands.
Rop, Knumuolm moved tlmt tho
petition bo reforred to a select
committee of live on which ouch
Inland should bo toprtmontod, Cur
rim!, Huuphh from 12:10(0 1:110,
Tim "Mlg l.'our" worn nil prnuoul
pint of lint tlmo nt UiIh iiioiiiIiiu'h
MitHulmi of lliu llinirn),
llnp. Iviiniiuinlyi U liimli iiflur
liU wiujIi'h limvu of iiIihiiiiiu), nml
' finiivM iiiiylliliiH ummt Mllliniii
raiwlvliiji III uli0i,lluii
Phioz 5 Cents.
nti:ami:hn huim swciir stuff
I'HOW IMLAM) I'OU'IS.
rii.ftpnccr Arrive mill Depart fcx-
Oilier llnrlup nii..s
Tho 8 S Ak mm tuok a J wen tmd S uomcii,
The W F Juwctt lias been r'liarteral to load
lumber on the Sound for Kalmlul.
Rico for tlio laborer on l.aran Island was
taken nboiml tlio II Hackfclif this mornlnx.
ToMOituow, TliursdHV Illph tide hr,
1:1 am; hli;li tldo sma'll, BilO pm;low lido
large, S.Ui ,m; low tide email, b:I8 am.
Tho steamers Leliua and James MakeediK-
charged tbelr wpir Into lliu Kenllwortli this
eaubou put bercarc', Injo
(jBinmln- aud lwalaul
mm niiiir irom I lie j a
us stored In Or-mnlc
Tlio Btiamslilp Asloun, which sailed for
tbo Orient toditv. has tO:0)0 fLct orimnlirr
"ih.ii. iwunj, una f.j,iJU IL'Cl Ol lUinOCT
for okohatna. sin alio brought JiOOItomi
?,r, nour v r Jl,l,,eu Hn ncharted a
Cisco, was ftcU'htioftii Inllils port. elu- w
a stanch craft, built if Port DIseOTfry
and was owmd liv John KriitKi-IH At
of San Frantlsco. The followlne- la a.
no properly lhed hen the vessel went to
se, which wan nt a time when the wcatliec
was verv threat) nlm; However, the muste. .
Is an old and vxperltncid nuvlpitorou siualv,v
lumbT.hidcn vessels, and bad never nuit
with a serious accident
Tuksdat, March 'St.
Strnr Lehua, Nye, from lluwall.
BtrarJA Cummins. NelUon, from Oahiv
Wkdnebdat, March I!
Sch Molwalituc, from KolinU. ,
Strnr Jumcs Makec, Piteraon, from .KanoVr
Stmr Iwalanl, Sinvthc, from Ilawali aril.
Stmr Kcauliou, Thompson, from, port
OKPAUTl It KB.
Weiinesdat, March SS.
Sclir Ka Mol, S.im, for Koholalolu.
8 S Asloun, Murray, for Hongkong.
Stmr Kcauliou, Thompson, for Koloa.
Btmr James Mnkce, Peterson, for Kaptia.
Stmr J A Cummins, Ncllson, for OaJiu
8tmrKaenn, Calway. for Walalus, Mokule
la, Keawiuul and Puuikl.
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl, Bmythe, for Lalmlnn, Kn
kulbaclo and Honokaa, at 9 a in.
Stmr Lehua, Nye, for llonolilim, Poliakn
manu, Uonomu and Hakalau, at 4 p m.
From Kauai, per stmr James Makce, Mar
25 Mrs 11 R Bmythe, R O Spaldlnj;, and 10
For Kauai, per stmr Knual, .March 24
For the Orient, pcrSS AbIoud, March 25
-Rev L L Conrardy, E S Young, S Uoshlna,
Iko Zendella, and IM Japanes.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr ClnudlDO,
March 34 Rudolph Sprcckels and wife, Miss
JollOe, P L Wooslcr, Capt Andrews, (J P
Wilder, Master Alexander,, Mr Stodart. MUa
Ahana, F W Thrum, IIoudj; lice, Loo Joe.
0AR00E8 ritOM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex Iwalanl 40O3 bags sugar.
Ex Kcauliou !ft40 bags sugar.
Ex James Makce 2230 liairs sugar, '-SO bags
rice, 1 bdl hides, and 6 pkgs suudrles.
Cltliioo Theater Cnse
Tho Supromo Court is today
hearing tho Chineso thoater in
junction ciibo of J. C. Olun'ey vs.
Liwai, in which Judgo.Coopor re
fused to onjoin tho thoater
on tho complaint ot its
mush) boing n nuisance. Jiuigo
Porry ot tho Circuit Court
is sitting in placo -of Justice
Froar, who is disqualified from
being a properly owner of adjoin
ing premisuH, At the hearing be
fore Judge Cooper tho Ohtueso
theater ouihuutra gave tv uoueert
in open court, but It was on other
ftrouullH tliuu lliu lulmirittion at
io Court for Dm music tlmt tlio
injumiliou wiih iIIunoIvimI, Tlio
Imud Id not Hiilipinnimil for lint
Biipnuni) Courli nlDiouuli nil tli.i
JiiNlldOii nri) hiiijiytnr to 1m fond
uf iiiiihIui TIiiiimIoii Ifor lliu iip
imlliilll, llolit'lUull 'fur l'u)i)l