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Eleotion of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Hawaiian Coffee it Ten Company held this
day tho follow Inj; Olllcors wtu 10 elected to
serve for the coinliu; year:
Clms. M. Cooke Vice 'resident,
F. A. Schaefer Treasurer,
II. F. howls Auditor,
W. W. IIAI.r.,
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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
THE SliNATI-.VoNSlUrnS AMltNI).
Il:Nf !( THE TAX illLI
Tlin Illli Itolatlntr to Port of Fntrj
nnC Cotlrctlnn mutt-let Iar tlio
Senate Ilonan Proceeding,
Seventy-Second Day, May 21bt.
Sonator Brown from the .Tudi
oiary Committeo presented a re
port and amendment to tho foot
binding bill which was adopted.
Sonator Bico reported tho Hilo
electric railway bill printed.
Senator Lyman from tho Com
mittoe on Passed Bills reported
tho deficiency appropriation bill
presented to tho Presidont for
Senator Baldwin from tho Com
mitleo on Commerco presented a
report and subcliiuto bill for tho
bill authorizing tho taking of
water from tho Wailuku rivor for
tho uso of tho Hilo Electric Light
Sonator Lyman from tho Com
mitteo on Public Lauds presented
a report on tho bill authorizing
tho re-appraisomout of certain
homestead lots, recommouding
the passage of tho bill.
Tho same Sonator also reported
favorably from tho same committee
on Houso Bill 33, relating to con
demnation suits under tho right
of eminent domain.
Tho resolutions adopted at tho
recent Portuguese mass meotiug
woro road and tiled, or as one of
tho Senators expressed it, "placed
among tho archives of this body."
A communication was received
from tho Houso relating to cer
Under suspension of the rules
Sonator McCnudlcsB mado a ver
bal roport on tho bill relating to
Senato Bill 47, relating to ports
of entry, came up on third read
ing and paspcd unanimously.
House Bill (J, relating to the ox
tension of certain streets in Ho
nolulu, with tho roport of tho
Conforonco Committeo thereon,
was taken up and tho report
Souutor Brown called attontiou
to tho roport of tho Commission
on tho Begistration of Deeds, etc.,
and on motion tho samo was
ordered transmitted to tho House.
On motion the Houbo amend
ments to tho Internal Taxes Bill
woro taken up.
Tho amendment to tho titlo waB
Tho amondmont giving tho Tax
Collector throo years in which to
enforce a lion for taxos was op
posed by Sonator Brown, who
said that ouo year was plenty. It
would lead to a goneral delay in
tho collection of taxos as every
ono would want to take advantage
of tho provision.
SonatorBaldwiu said each year's
taxes should stand by itsolf. Tho
idea of running tho collection of
taxos from ono year to anothor for
possibly three years was out of
On motion tho Senato refused
to concur in tho amondmout.
Tho section roforring to exemp
tion of personal taxes for tho mi
litary and sharpshooters was not
Tho Houso amendments which
proveut an appeal to tho Supremo
Court from tho Tax Appeal Board
woro nut concurred in, neither
was tho last soction, au amond
mout to Sectiou 93.
Tho bill now goes back to the
House, which has tho privilege of
receding from tho amendments
not concurred in.
Tho substitute bill, authorizing
tho taking of wator from tho Wai
luku rivor, was ordered printed.
Houso Bill 42, relating to tho
ro-nppraisomont of certain homo
stead lots, was taken up on tho
second reading ami passed.
Houso Bill 33, proceedings in
coudomnatiou undor tho right of
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eminent domain, passed second
Houso Bill 4G, to rcgulalo tho
piactico of inodioino, was read tho
first and second times and ro
fprred in tho Commitw-o nn Public
Tho Vct relating to military
Burgeons and their tegimontal
rank passed tho second reading.
Seua-to Bill 49, granting an olec
tricfH,Vay franciiit-o for tho town
of'Hlltr was reforml to tho Mis
Seventyouiitu Day, May 21st.
Yesterday afternoon tho Iucoino
Tax Bill passed ifs second road
ing. No alterations of any con
soquenco woro moda excepting
tho reduction of tho rato of tax
from Uirca to ono per cent.
This morning tho Houso mot at
ton o'clock. Bop. Bichurds, on
behalf of tho Printing Committee,
reported Houso Bill 47 as printed
and Houso Bill 25 typewritten.
Tho same Beproseutativo noti
fied tho Houso that tho Appro
priation bill foi unpaid account-
to Doc. 3l8t, had been handed to
tho President yostorday morning.
Senato Bill 45, relating to tho
oxtouBi'ou of Hilo stroets, was
road for tho third timo and
House Bill No. 47, creating a
now department of the executive,
to boknown as Uio Department of
Public Instruction, camo up for
tho second reading.
Thoro was a great deal of argu
ment over ono of tho clauses
which debars clergymen from ap
pointment as members of tho
commission undor whoso super
vision tho public schools aro to bo
Bop. Kamauoha objected to tho
clause. Ho said ho thought
preachers ought to bo appointed
to membership on such a com
mission whenever thoy could got
Bop. Bycroft cited 6ovoral in
stances, especially in th caso of
Canada, where, in tho province of
Quoboc especially, a vast deal of
tioublo had arisen from the fact
that Protestant ministers and
Catholic priests woro appointed
on such commissions, and conflict
ing religious opinions had led to
strifo and oven bloodshed. Bop.
Hanunn seconded Bop. Karaau
ohfi's motion to strike out the
section, stating that ho considered
it an indirect insult to tho clergy.
Bep. Bichards bolievod that tho
evil effects of allowing religious
dissensions to creop in could
scarcely bo over ostimated. On vote
Bep. Kamauoha's motion was lost.
This Bill provides that tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs Bhall
bo ox ollioio Miuistor of Public
Instruction, and makes him chiof
administrative officer. Tho PreB
idont shall appoint six commis
sioners, to which offices no person
in holy ordors or minister of re
ligion is oligiblo, nor to that of
Inspector General of schools, an
offico to which tho commissioners
are to elect a competent person,
whoso duties aro to visit and
inspect all schools and who is
givon tho powor to appoint and
dismiss teaohers, etc. Tho ap
pointment of school agonts is pro
vided for in anothor section. Tho
department is to iix tho Balanos of
toachors, servants, etc. All
schools established and maintain
ed by tho Dopartmout aro public
schools. All othors privnlo schools.
Tho Department shall havo ontiro
charge and control of and bo res
ponsible for tho conduct of all
affairs pertaining to public in
struction. Evory private- school
bhall bo subject to tho supervibion
of tho department in cortain res-
fleets. Thoro Bhall bo no chargo
or tuition in publio schools ex
copt that tho dopartmont may es
tablish select schools whoro a foo
Thoro was muoh discussion
over that portion of tho bill which
provides that tho department
shall havo jurisdiction of a cortain
kind over privato schools. Bops.
Kamauoha and Hauuna wero op-
Continued on Slh Paye.
KATE FIELD'S FUNERAL.
the si.nvi;i:s at 'rut: cr..vritAi.
Thr rioi-Hl Offering mill Thnnc Who
Rent Tlirm Tlin I.nt Itllnw t
lie itiiniiu Cemetery.
Central Union Church was fill
od yesterday afternoon with thoso
who wished to pay tho last tribute
of respect to all that was mortal
of Kato Field. Most of thoso
presont had known tho deconsed
either intimately or socially,
and they represented tho host of
Hawaii's citizens. Tho services
woro exceedingly simplo but nouo
tho loss improssivo. Tho pulpit
and choir railing woro covorcd
with floral offerings from friends
of tho deceased. ' A quartotto
composed of Miss Graco Bichards,
Mrs. Alice Davios, J. Q. Wood
and W. W. Hall furnished tho
vocal music and Mrs. Judd presid
ed at tho organ.
At 4 o'clock tho casket was
borno from the rosidonco of Dr.
McGrow to tho church and thouco
down tho niBle to tho front of tho
pulpit. It was borno by Dr. J. S.
McGrew, Chargo d' Affaire nnd
Consul-Goneral Mills, ex U. S.
Ministers Thurston and Castlo,
Vice-Consul Boyd nnd AV. B.
Farrington and preceded by Bov.
Mr. Birnic reading tho first words
of tho funeral Borvico: "I am tho
Besurrection and tho Life."
After tho casket had boon
placod in position tho quar
totto sang "Jesus, Lovor
of My Soul," followed by tho
reading of a psalm by tho paBtor.
Tho quartette sang "Light, Kind
ly Light" and tho pastor then do
livored an affecting prayor in
which ho alluded to tho sad death
of tho deceased so far away from
homo but thanked God that in
these days no Christian could dio
nnywhoro without finding loving
hands and hearts to givo them
Christian burial with all that is
implied therewith. Another
hymn by tho choir nud tho ser
vices nt tho church woro ovor.
At tho cometery tho Hawaiian
band played a dirgo as tho
mournful cortege entered. Tho
Pnty vault had boon beautifully
docorated with flowers and upon
tho wall nearest tho head of tho
coffin a largo American ilng wns
draped. Tho choir sang a last
hymn, tho remains woro placed in
tho vault and covered with tho
floral offerings aud a final prayer
nud blessiug by tho officiating
clergyman brought tho procootl
ingB to nu ond.
Among thoso presont at tho
funeral wero ProsidontDolo, Min
ister of Foroign Affairs Henry E.
Cooper, Chiof Justico A. F. Judd,
Associate JubHco Froar, President
of tho Senate W. O. Wilder, Hon.
Paul Neumann, B. F. Dillingham,
Col. B. H. McLain, Commander
Watson, U. S. S. Adams; General
Hartwoll, A. do Souza Cauavaro,
Charge d' Affaires, Portugal;
Mons. Vizzavona, Charge d' Af
faires, France; P. C. Jones, Judge
A. W. Carter, officials of the va
rious dopartmonts of tho Govern
ment, mombers of tho consular
corps, niembors of tho Legislature,
and representatives of tho press.
Among thoso who sent floral
offerings woro: Mrs. S. B. Dolo,
Mrs. llonry Carter, Miss Charles
Cartor, Mrs. Paul Noumann, Mrs.
Bobert Lowors, Miss B. Carter,
Mrs. Along, Mrs. Ellis Mills,
Miss McGrow, Miss Judd, Mrs.
Frank Judd, Mrs. W. W. Hall,
Mr. Lightfoot, Mrs. W. F. Allen,
Mrs. Nnkuinu, Mrs. S. M. Damon,
Mrs. and Miss Hassingor, Mrs.
H. E. Cooper, Mrs. W. D. Alox
andor, Mrs. N. B. Emerson, Miss
Kate Cornwoll, Miss Hopo, Mrs.
W. B. Cabtlo, Mis. C. M. Hyde,
Martha Smith, Mrs. J. FI. Pnty,
Mrs. J. B. Athorton, Mrs. J. A.
Gilman, Mrs. John M. Angus, Dr.
and Mrs. Georgo Herbert, Mrs.
Sam Wildor, Miss Frances John-
I son and Mrs. Moutaguo Turnor.
The offering from tho press of
Honolulu was a largo basket of
red, white and bluo flowers, tied
with tho American national colors
in remembrance of tho intenso
loyalty of tho deceased to hor
tiii: nisrniM. st?so.
ArriiiicemciitH nml IniirormentM nt
tin. tit'oiiixW-SdliiMlnli- ol (Jiwiicn.
Tho baseball season will obon
on Snturday with a garao between
tho Honolulus and tho Stars.
Everything about tho grounds has
been put iuto first-class shape, tho
nettings repaired, damaged and
broken chairs replaced by now
ouesj and old seats and bonchos
repaired. Now dressing rooms
havo been erected on tho opposite
side of tho grandstand and, in tho
centrnl compartment, an onclosed
placo has boon Bet nsido for tho
especial uco of tho oflicinl Bcorora
and mombers of the press.
A sories of twonty-soven games
has been nrrnugod, ovory ono of
tho four clubs to play three games
with each of tho others.
Tho names of tho clubs aro ns
follows: Stars, First Bcgimont,
Kamohameha Alumni and Hono
lulus. Tho management assures
the public that thoro will bo no
boistorousnoss aud guying of
players allowed 'this season.
Thoso who attend tho gnmos will
bo expected to conduct thomsolYOs
with some degree of decorum.
Following is a Bchedulo of the
May 23d Stars vs. Honolulu.
Juno (ith 1st. Kogt. vs. Kaiu.
Junol3th Honolulu vs. "IrK TicM
Juno 20th Stars vs.Kam.Alumni.
Juno 27th Stars vs. Honolulu.
July 4th Honolulu vs. 1st. Begt,
July lllh 1st. Begt. vs. Kam.
July 18th Stars vs. Kam.Alurani.
July 2oth Stars vs. Honolulu.
Aug. 1st Honolulu vs. 1st. Begt.
Aug. 8th Stars vs. Kara. Alumni.
Aug. 15th 1st. Begt. vs. Knm.
Aug. 22d Honolulu vs. Stars.
Aug. 29th Honolulu vs. 1st. Begt
Sept. 5th 1st. Begt. vs. Knm.
Sept. 12th -Stara vs.Kam.Alumni.
Sept. 19th -Honolulu vs. Stars.
Sept. 2(ith 1st. Begt. vs. Knm.
Following aro tho names and
positions of tho players in Satur
STAIl POSITION HONOIiUI.u-
11. Wilder catcher.,
I Hart pitcher.,
C- Willis 1st babo.
C. Conradt (capt) ..tM hase.
J 11 Wodchonce
(capt) W. Lucas
v. wilder short btop
P. I.lshnian Hrd base.
B.Woods left field.
J. O. Csrtcr Jr.. center field.
T. l'ryce rljjlit field,
. J wnterhonse
....J. A. Lowd
...U. L. Flnoty
l'ollvo Court Kecord.
Afai is a bad man who is fol
lowing tho oxamplo of Aladdiu'a
wicked uncle in loading youtb.8 in
paths of ovil. Ho camo down'
from Hnmnkua two wooks ngo nud
pursunded a Ghineso jowolor to
gild sorao half dollars for
him so that thoy boro tho apponr
anco of gold. Yesterday ho wont
into a Japanese barber shop and
nBkod to borrow a boy to sand on
an orrnnd.Stooring tho lad into one
of tho alleys off Nuuauu street ho
hand-ed him ono of tho glittering
coins anil told him to go into tho
abiding placo of a Japaueso woman
and got it changed, bringing Afai
9.50. Tho hid oboywl but tho
woman refused tho mouoy nd
tho schemo failed. This morning
she told a male friend about tho
caso, who promptly laid a com
plaint before tin' Marshal and
1 Afai is now resting quietly be-
miui tlio bars on a charge ot
Dotcotivo Hnmmor arrosted two
Chiuoso and two Portuguoso boys
for stealing mangoes.
Frank Mascot pleaded guilty
of attempting to tnako a nino
nunuto horso do a milo in 2:11J.
Frank's sonteuco is suspended.
.i .- i
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
offico Gottugo No. 100, Alakoa
street, tolephono No. 015. Office
hours 9 aju to 4 p.m.
n 'ni,rtf"iiin n,,!