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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
noTif iiounkn AnjoiiiiN ivi:k r-
111, MONO.tY .MOIIM.VU.
Il?ltnrt nim Citnlrrciico CnnimlltPO
on tho iruprlutl(in fur tin-
llil'li'o iiimI Xfiiy IIoIIn.
Fiftv-Second Pay, Amir, 24.
Thero wasa bare quorum of
mombors when Vjcq-prosidout
Kauhano called tho Senate to or
dor this morning, but a few strag
glers dropped in later. After tho
lmnal preliminaries tho Clork
read a communication from tho
House to tho effect that Houso
Bill Nov 23, nmonding tho Act re
lating to duties on legacies, bo
quosts and inheritances, had pass
edtho third reading, mid trans
mitting n certified copy thereof.
HonatorSchmidt propounded the
following question: Does tho
Executivo intend to bring in a
bill to tako off tho duty on light
California wines ? Eoforred to
Senator Holstein offered the
fol'oviug resolution: Eesolvod
that a committeo of five bo np
pointed to visit suoh of tho public
buildings as they doom necessary.
Senator McCaudless suggested
that tho resolutiou bo amended bo
ns to require tho committeo to
report to tueaonatoon tho condi
tion of all ImildincH visited.
Senator Holstein accepted tho
amendment anil tho resolution
Sonato Bill No. 33, appropriat
ing nu additional S10,000 for tho
expenses of the Legislature, pass
ed the third reading unanimously.
Houso Bill No. 22, relating to
estiays, came up on the second
reading, passed unanimously and
was mado tho special order for
Houso Bill, No. 23, duties on
legncies, was road tho first time
and passed. Under suspension of
tho rules the bill was road tho
second tirno by titlo and referred
to tho Judiciary Committeo.
Senator Brown from tho Special
Conference Committeo on tho Ap
propriation bill for salaries and
pay rolls reported ns follows:
To J. Kauhano, Vico-presidcnt
Your Committeo of Couforonco
bog lonvo to report that they mot
tho Houso Committeo on Con
ference on the sovornl items of
tho Salary and Pay Eoll Appro
priation Bill nnd report as fol
lows: Tno Conforonco Committee ro
commonds the concurrence by tho
Sonato with tho following items
referred to them, tho Bnmo having
boon agreed to by tho Couforonco
Committeo of both Houses:
1. That tho titlo to tho bill be
ns amended by tho House, tho
Bamo boing required by sub
division 7 of Articlo 70 of tho
2. Salary of Deputy Marshal
pass at $3600, and additional
salary of Doputy Marshal for
January, Fobruary, March and
iipru, io'jo, siui).
3. Snlnry of Dopnty Sheriff of
Hawaii at $3000.
4 Salary of Deputy Sheriff of
Maui at $2100.
5. Pay of polico of Kauai at
0. Pay of jailors, guards and
limns of prisonors $55,000.
7. Salary of, Socrotary and sub
agont 5th Land DiBtriot $.1200.
8. Additional Salary Soorotary
and suh-ngont fith baud District
for January, February, March
and April, lb!)(i, $100.
i). Salary ot JhI Atwifitant dork
10. Strikeout tho itom: Ad
ditioiml snlnry llrst iihhIhIiiiiI cilnrl;
for January, Fuliniary, Mimih
mill April. Ihilll, SlIII.Hy.
11, Hitliu'y of Hiiuuiijl iiiwiHlniil
VI, Aililitlnuul HiiUiy ofwuniul
IliWhiililil ulurlt I'm' ilununr-v. I'uli.
.....,,,,, ., ,... , , r.
4inm ma April, iJ,
13. Salary of third assistant
14. balary of clerk of land
recouls nud copying patents
15. Salary of doputy registrar
and copyist 53000.
1G. Additional Balary of den itv
registrar and copyist for January,
, February, March and April, 1896,
17. Salary of llond Supervisor,
18. Additional salary of Boad
Supervisor for January, Fobru
ary, March and April, 1890,
19. Electric Light Regular
Pay Roll. 1. Inspector at $125
,per mouth aud that ho dovoto tho
ynoio of Jus timo to tho caro
of," tho Government electric light
plant. 2. Dynamo mon, ono at
$80 and one at $65 per month; ono
station keeper at $55 por month
and twotrimninrs nt $55 each.
Additional pay roll superinten
dent olectrir light works for Jan
uary, February, March and April
Attornor General's Dcpart-
- mont $380,420
Interior Department 29,980
All of winch is respectfully sub
mitted. Cecil Uiiown,
F. St. Lyman.
On motion tho report of tho
Conforonco Commit too was adopt
ed, which finally passes the bill.
Vico-prosidont Knuhnno ap
pointed tho following as tho Com
mitteo to visit public institutions:
ing, Baldwin and Homer.
Minister Damon, under suspen
sion of tho rules, nnnwnrnil fhn
,1 question propounded by Senator
' Schmidt oarlior in tho day, saying
mat it would oo impossible to
mako a specialty of California
light wines under tho present
treaty obligations. The Executivo
had under consideration tho ad
mission of all wines, tho product
of tho grnpo, containing less tliau
18 por cont alcohol, duty free. To
do this would entail n. Iorr of nvnr
j $15,000 in Custom House revenues,
1 ild would depend entirely on the
fatoof tho rovonuo measures nowbe-
fore tho Legislature. Tho Executivo
could not afford to loso this source
1 of rovonuo until it received tlin nn-
! Biirauco that it would bo mndo up
ironi otiior sources.
Tho Sonato thon adjourned till
Fiftv-Second Day, Apiiil 2i.
HOUSE OP HEPItESENTATIVES.
The lower nouso did not sit un
til 10:15, thero being no quorum
until that time.
Printing Committeo asked for
more timo boforo rendering re
port. No reports from other commit
tees. Rep. Richards Bent in a com
munication asking for oight days
loavo of absonco; granted.
Rep. Ry croft requested that con
sideration of tho currout nccount
bill (Sonato Bill No. 8) bo dofer
red until tho tax bill was sottlod,
innsmuoh ns tho pasBago of tho
lax bill would noceBsitato material
changos in tho curront accounts
House Bill No. 24, relatiug
to unlawful sexual inter
course, was brought up for second
reading and read by title.
As uono of tho Representatives
could think of anything to do a
ton minutes, recess was takon dur
ing which tho principal topic of
conversation was tho chaucos of
lava flow on Maunalon.
Eop. Robortsou road tho report
of tho couforonco conunittoo which
appears in full in tho Senate, ro
jiort, uftor which tho Houho ad
journod until Monday on motion
of Rop. Roborlrion.
ii pi i
The Poimhawai ColVoo Compa
ny luiri nlontcil thu following iilll
moms I'rosiiloiit, (1, K, Wildors
Viua'prwiiloui. (J. T. WlliUri
tidiiHtiior, W.U. Wildnr tFr.. wrnra
Iuit.iI. V iIoiium imtl iiiulltur, II.
HttUNtur WmUiiIuhim riwl4fl
U0 jitiiHU till ji)iirnJii)iiit u
luji to yuu uu tiif malm b m-
LECTURE ON LINCOLN
II0Ti;iU..H OF JIBN AMI WK.MS
OF THE !IVII. WAH. !
I.lloSltrlcli iifllio urcnt I'uinlictpntnr
Crnplilc Urvcrllillonit tif Ilnlllcx ,
on IMrld nnd 1'lood.
A fair sized audionco gathered
in tho Mothodist church last night
to hear Rov. Dr. Dillo of San
Francisco lecturo on Abrnhnm
Lincoln and tho Groat "War, and
to soo tho lantern pictures ot tho
notable mon and tho nvents on
fiold and ilood of that' tiying
period in American history. Levi
Lyman, master in Knmohnmoha
School, workod the storoopticon.
Rev. H. AV. Peck, pastor of tho
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
introduced tho lecturer in a few
words, Baying that ho was nil tho
moro qualified for tho essay, in
addition to his powers of speech
already known to most of those
present, from tho fact that ho had
boon in tho war himself. Dr. Dillo
would deliver his next lecturo on
May 5, on tho subject, "APilgrim
ago to American Shrines," when
ho would describe nnd llhiBtrato
not only somo of tho most famous
American scenery, but also a few
places of interest across tho lino
Dr.DiJlo on rising romnrked on
tho difficulty of portraying tho
lights nnd shadows in tho caroor
of ono of tho greatest mon that
over lived nnd tho greatest raau of
his ago. Lincoln's history would
bo as frosh in tho twenty-fifth
contury as it was now nt tho closo
of tho nineteenth. A brave, sa
gacious, truo man born in an ob
scuro Kentucky settlement in 1809
and murdered thirty-one years
ago. It had boon said that tho
Plymouth Rock was but tho ledgo
of tho rock on which Araorican
libertiesroBted, and Faneuil Hall
in Boston nnd Liberty Hall in
Philadelphia woro outcroppings
of that ledgo. So Lincoln's great
ness was founded on his ancestry.
From hiB mother ho got that rare
good humor, which gnvo him such
a command of mon, nud his groat
purity of charactor. It had boon
said that when God would
mako a groat ninu ho first makes
n groat woman to bo his mothor.
Nancy Lincoln taught her huB
band to writo his name, becauso
ho bolongcd to that class known
as tho "poor white. trnBh" in tho
South. Abraham Lincoln's homo
in Kentucky, ns later in Indiana,
waB in ono of tho miserable ono
room log cabins inhnbited by tho
pionoors of those times. If a man
nBpirod to having two rooms in
his cabin ho wns considorcd some
what ofadudo. Tho door was
fastened with a latch operated by a
rawhido string passing through n
hole. If tho women whon loft
nloua at night woro timid thoy
pulled the string inside, nnd tho
proverbial logoud of hospitality
was, "Our latch string always
"Whon Lincoln wnB oighteen ho
had all tho education ho could got
from tho wandoring pedagogues,
but whon his school days woro
ended his education had only just
begun. Ho rend and ro-read tho
Bible, JEsop's Fables, tho Lifo of
Washington and tho Info ot Clay,
which was about tho oxtont of his
library. Had ho crammod his
mind with tho trash so common
nowadays, it is likely ho would
never havo been hoard of outsidu
of his backwoods homo, lit walk
ed four miles to the constable's to
ruml tho statutes of .Indiana, Hoe
iug boys put lis i cuiiIh on a tur
tle h luck ho wrote an essay on
enmity to iuiIiiimIh. His first
sight of intoxicated mini Ud him
to mako a tniuporamio luuturo as
his first public inldroKH. Wlion
III hlW Hlllllll of thu mmditiuiiH of
sin vary down tin .Mlmlp Im
fiil'iuitil liU nwohu uf uiiilylnu
wiii'Inm huhIiimI Hint "muiii of
Mil ullaliiW" lii'uiimlujf to
tju fur lilwl!' m f mm UBqtttr,
k unvtr fNtru! mmi Umu thirty-
OWN 1MMW H ii.) t UmI aMMjMtUlUII,
In tho hard schoolof poverty and
toil ho learned patiffuco. "Empty
Honolulu of thu men who wore
born poor," Baid the lecturer, "and
you would parulybo every branch
of usoful activity, and grnss would
grow on tho street."." In March,.
1828, whon Lincoln was nineteen,
he got employment in driving
barges down tho Mississippi. It
wns on ono of theso trips that he
said to hiB companion: "John, if
slavory is not wrong, then nothing
is wrong; and if evor I got a
chance at it 1 will hit it hnrd'
Lincoln's military oxporionco,
had in tho Black Hawk war, was
touched upon. Ho did not tnko
readily to military science. When
his company cumo to n gate he
forgot tiio pronor order to carry
thorn through it, therefore guve
tho command, "Break ranks for
t-wo- mi mites and form on
tho othor " bUo .of that
gate!" After tho BlacklTnwK
war ho wont into activo politics,,
in his first contest sustaining his
first and only dofent in a popular
oloction. It was in his second
contest that ho first publicly an
nounced himself as opposed to
slavery, a courageous stop to take
whon tho tornr "nbolitioniBt" was
as opprobrious in tho Whig party
as "horse thief." Tho lecturer
traced Lincoln's caroor into Con
gress in 1846 and touched upon
his famous campaign in' Illinois
in 1858 with Stephen Douglas,
called tho "little giaut" in anta
gonism to him. Whon cautioned
against taking his stand in oppo
sition to slavory, in a. prepared
speech, ho firmly rejected the
caution, saying ho would rather
bo defeated on that stand than bo
elected on any othor.
Ab Dr. Dillo began with Lin
coln's career as President, olocted
in I860, tho pictures woro intro
duced nnd he commented on ench
in turn. Portraits of Washington,
Lincoln aud Grant woro heartily
applauded, and tho songs "Ame
rica," "Tramp, tramp,'tho boys aro
marching," "Marching through
Georgia,'1 boing displayed with
tho music woro sung by tho aud
ionco at tho lecturer's request. It
waB told how Lincoln, surrounded
ns ho was by intellectual giants
such as Stanton, Seward and
Chnse, was expected to bo a moro
figurehead in tho prosi'dontial
chair. But ho soon disabused the
public mind of that idea. The
plain country lawyer allowed no
important stnto documont to go
forth under his signnturo without
tho most caroful revision. Whon
Groat Britain showed a disposi
tion to aggravate tho troublo of
tho United States in that crisis,
Soward gave tho Presidont a dis
patch to read, "as a moro matter
of form," but as shown in tho
Contury mngazino, Lincoln cover
ed tho pnpor with alterations and
interlineations. His revision of
this document most probably pro
vented wnr with Great Britain. It
was a most critical juueturo, for
tho South had instituted a gov -ornmont
that might havo lasted
for centuries. Sho had a territory
greater than over Nnpoloou ruled,
nnd nearly ns largo as that of tho
loyal Statos. Thoro woro moun
tain fastuosBOs and vast swamps
capable of swallowing up hostile
armies, on hor sido of tho lino,
and sho had products to soil to tho
world which no blookado could
shut up within hor ports.
In graphio languago tho lootur
or introduced tho great battles of
the war. Antiotam was tho koy
to liborty for tho enslaved nogroos,
for Lincoln had said that if tho
robols woro driven out of Mary
land ho would immediately issue
and proclaim omnucipaliou, and
iivu days after tho victory ho mndo
tho proclamation. Thostono fence
at tJottybbuig, with crucial
points in that dreadful battle,
whoro tho robollion ruaohed its
high water mark, was shown in
several views on tho ininvas, whilo
l)r, Dillo Intro eappod tho ollnwvx
of his eloquent description, Liliby
nnd AiiiloiHoiivillo piluoiiH woio
jinrtmyod, Tim onioin) duol bu
iwoun thu .Monitor and tlin MiiitI
Iiiiio that I'lmiijiiiil tlio mode of na
val wHifiM), ilia hIiiKIhi; of tlin
Alulmiuu by thu KuurKinyo In
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