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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, MAY 25, 1896.
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1 I.1 II I I K
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
EXECUTIVE WINE HIM. IS ItrCO.TI-
iriirii:n i tiii: sr.tt.vri:.
iriliilitcrliil Opinion on I)ny of Sen.
lon-;liicntlnn Dcimrlinriit IIIII
lnHcd by tlio llmiio.
Sevcnty-Pifth Day, May 25th.
After the reading of tho minutes,
etc., n communication was rmi'l
from Geo. W. Do Long Post ex
tending an invitation to tlio St n
ato to take parfin the Decoration
day proceedings. On motion of
Senator McCandloss tho invitation
Senntor Lyman from tho Com
mittoo on Passed Billb ropoitod
thattho bills relating to the ox
tension of streets in flilo, unpaid
bills to December 31st, coudomna
Hon undor tho right of eminent
domain, ro-appmibenipntof homo
stead lots and status of Hold offic
ers in tho army and the Joint reso
lution on annexation had boon
presented to tho Prosidout'for his
Senator Rico from tho Commit
teo on Public Health prosonted a
favorable report on tho bill to
regulate tho practico of medicine
Sonato Jiill 51, relating to tho
taking of wator from tho Wailuku
river, was deferred until tomor
row. Minister Damon's California
wiuo bill camo up on second
reading on tho order of the day.
Senator Baldwin moved that
tho bill bo referred back to tho
committeo. Since ho had thought
over tho bill whilo on his trip to
Maui ho was not satisfied with
oithor the majoiity or minority
reports. Ho understood that the
beer dealers wore disposed to
mako troublo unless thoy wore
included in tho oxoraptiono accord
ed to California wines. There
was loss alcohol in boor than in
wino and as tho bill was a tem
perance measure designed to en
courage tho consumption of Jight
liquorB tho beer question might
properly bo looked into.
Minister Damon said tho bill
had tho consent of tho Executive
and was entitled to immediate
consideration. It had boen pro
pared after duo doliboration and
ho was propared to stand by it.
Thoro was no mention of boor in
tho bill, noithor tho majority nor
minority roport said a word about
beor, and now whon the bill was
entitled to bo considered it must
bo delayed because soma beor
dealer had complained. Tho bill
had nothing to do with beor aud
the question of boor should not bo
dragged into it. It should stand
or fall on its own niorits.
Sonator Baldwin replied that it
had boon understood nil through
tho session that thoro was to uo
Boino legislation against doletori
ous drinkb, ho would not Bpocify
sako but say deleterious drinks.
It had dwindled down to tho
presentation ot this bill. Ho
thought something might bo add
ed to tho bill which would legis
late against cortain harmful
drinks aud for that reason ho
would like to bog tho bill go back
to tho committeo for furthor con
sideration. Ministor Damon again protest
ed, Baying that sako was not
mentioned in tho bill nor was it
intonded to be. Sako and any
discussion on it was iriolovant to
,tho bill. Ho hoped tho bill would
bo considered on its merits with
out dragging in extraneous issues.
Sonator Schmidt said it wns no
uso to rofor tho bill back to tho
committeo as far as ho was con
cerned. His miud was mado up
on tho bill and ho saw nothing in
tho arguments raised to causo
him to change it.
Senator Lyman said tho Liquor
Commission had reported a bill
covering tho wholo question. Tho
loport and bill woio in tho hands
of tho printers ho understood, but
whether it would bo ready this
session ho did not kuow. Ho
understood tho bill provided for
tho imposition of highor duties
oil sake, but mado novroforonco to
wines or boors.
Sonntor McCandloss favored
tho roforonco to tho committee,
ulthough ho wished it uutloi stood
that by so doing ho was not op
On a voto being taken the mo
tion was carried nnd tho bill went
back to tho Committeo on Corn
Tho Liceuso Bill with tho
nmoudmonts passed by tho Houso
witHf taken up. There being no
copies of tho amendments provid
ed tho Senato had somo troublo
in unnivelbirr tlm tanglo into
wliiuii ihu bill has got. Most of
tho amendments woio not con
curled in and will go to a Con
The amendments striking out
tho physicians' license were not
concurred in by a voto of 6 to 5,ol
though Sonator Hocking said tho
community would have no dilli
culty in regulating thoir feos.
TJie.ainondinont regarding mer
chandise) licenses was concurred
in. This requires the amount of
gross sales of tobacco, cigars and
cigarettes to bo added to the gross
amount of merchandise sales in
computing tho sum total of tho
meiohandiBO license. Th s is in
addition to tho gonoral tax of $10
imposed on nil dealers in tobacco,
cigars and cigarettes.
The amondmont striking out
tho tailors' license was concurred
Tho Joint Resolution relating
to tho sale of postage stamps, as
amended by tho Houso, was
taken up. Tho amendment
changes the timo of tho destruc
tion of unsold stumps from
November 1st to December 31st.
Tho amondmont was concurred
Eecess to 1:30 p. m.
SnvENTY-SniTii Day, May 21nr.
HOUSE of ulthesentatives.
After tho roadingof tho minutes
at this morning's session, Minis
ter Cooper Baid that tho numbor
of tho session's days was 83 in
stead of 74 Tho idle days of tho
Houso had to bo taken into ac
count, aud thoro only remained
six days of tho ordinary limit. Ho
replied to anxious inquiries of
morabors, saying it would bo timo
enough to ask tlio President for
an oxtonsion of timo when it was
soon kow tho work could bo ad
vanced within tho next fow days.
A communication from tho Son
ato announced tho action of that
body on various matters already
Sundry reports of committees
A communication from Geo. AV.
Do Long Post. G.A.B., was receiv
ed, inviting tho raombors to at
tend tho Memorial Day exercises.
Tho bill to croato au oxecutivo
department to bo called tho Do
purtmout of Public Instruction
was taken up on second roading.
Ministor Cooper gavo a summary
of tho provisions of tho bill.
The bill was passod without
Bop. Kamauoha, on suspension
of tho rulos, prosonted a resolu
tion, that tho sanitary committeo
of this Houso confer with tho
Board of Health, to ascortain
whether tho doctors aro going to
charge tho fees in a scalo publish
ed in tho papers, and roport to
tho Houso. In support of his re
solution ho said that somo of tho
mombers of tho Medical Associa
tion woro Government physicians,
and such chargos as tlio&o roport
ed would put their services bo
yond tho roach of poor people
Tho resolution wos adopted.
Speaker Naonp reminded tho
committeo that not many days be
ing left of tho session, what thoy
woro going to do in this matter
Bhould bo dono quickly.
Bop. Bond gavo notico of a bill
to provont blindness in young
Bop. Pali asked for loavo of ab
sence on account of illness in his
At 11:10 tho Houso adjourned
for want of anything to do.
Bop. Robertson was nbsont to
day on account of illness.
OUR NATIONAL CHARITY
OIU'ICIAIi KXl'EDITION TU MOLO
kai m:peu NETTLEOTKNT.
lUlghtrtt I.lvcn In CoKnem Iliimr
lor Ho j n nnil Glrln Wntcr Sup-
Tho somi-annual inspection of
tho Leper Settlement, by tho
Board of Healtb authorities, ac
companied by a Special Connnit
mitteo uppoiutod by tho Legisla
ture for this purpose, and a fow
mombers of tlio modical fraternity,
took placo on Saturday last.
Tho party loft por S. S. lwalnni
on "Friday evening at 9:30 p. m.,
arriving at Kalaupapa at 7 a. m.
on Saturday morning. The fol
lowing accouut of the trip nnd
proceedings is furnished by ono
who was present aud may provo
of interest to our roadors:
"On leaving tho wharf prepara
tions were mado immediately by
tho mombers of thp Board for tho
comfort and convenionco of tho
guests, for what proved a rather
rough pasBago through tho chan
nel; and by tho timo wo woro off
Diamond Head, very fow of tho
party were hardy enough to with
stand tho seduction of a recumbont
position in their borths.Iu tho oarly
morning, howovor, evoryono was
ontho alert for a first viow of tho
objective point of interest,. Ka
laupapa. As we ' proceed along
tho coaBt of Molokai tlio baro por
pendicular cliffs appear to grow
each moment more lofty and in
accessible, until finally wo havo
in sight tho famous pali which
forms an almost unpassablo
boundary two thousand feot in
hoight, to tho Settlement.
As wo near tho r.nchorngo Ka
laupapa rises in view, as might
any largo and prosperous agricul
tural villago, tho neat whitewash
od cottages being thickly distribut
ed on tho Blopes of tho foothills.
As tho first boat leaves tho sido
of the vessol, it is ovidont that tho
people on shore aro looking for our
advent, and familiar Hawaiian airs
greet us from tho band boys,
who aro drawn up in lino, in
white uniforms, and who porform
on thoir now instruments, like
As wo land, there aro many
eager oyes directed toward usj in
tho hopo of possibly mooting a
friend or relative among tho visit
ors, but for the most part the feel
ing would soom to bo more ono of
curiosity and excitement ovor nn
unusual occurronce, than souti
montal. All, howovor, aro interested
to apparently pleased at our com
ing. Procooding at onco to tho office
of tho Board of Health, wo pre
pare for tho business on hmd.
Horses of ovory description
nro in waiting, to take us to Ka
lawao; this section of tho Settle
ment is situato about throo miles
from Kalaupapa and reached by a
fairly good wagon road, construct
ed mainly 1 am informed by tho
kokuas, or holpors, who elect to
remain at tho Sottlomont to nurso
their relatives and friouds. Thoso
aro supported largely bv tho nor
formanco of various duties undor
tho Board of Health aud form to
a great extent tho workors of tho
Sottlomont. On tho journey over
land ono is impro8sod with
tho possibilities of improvement
that miDht no matlo by tho inha
bitants to thoir own surroundings
by tho oxerciso of a modorato
amount of labor, in tho form of
planting their little onclosnros
with flowers, shrubs and trees.
Hero you will boo a lopor's houso
a bower ot toliago aud flowers,
while his neighbors' abodo
appears to bo uttorly neglected in
this respect; it is thoroforo a
matter of temperament or tasto,
with oaoh individual, but tho
possibilities aro tuoio.
Whilo speaking on tho subject,
moution should bo mado of tho
now Govornmont nursery for
trees aud shrubs which has latoly
boon undertaken undor tho di
rection of tho Boaul of Health.
Horo aro thousands of young
treo plants, of soveral varieties be
ing prepared for planting, undor
tho suporiuteudouco of Mr.
Rhodes, Govornmont forestor.
Tim is so apparently a much
needed improvement, that it must
appear as an oversight by former
Boards, und it is destined to
overcome ono of tho perhaps
most roasouablo causes of com
plaint heard nt tho Settlement,
which is, scarcity of fuel.
A decided and very important
improvement in conditions has
rocently been effected, under the
porsoual superintendence of Mr.
C. B. Reynolds, Agont of the
Board, in tho construction
of two largo reservoirs for the
wator supply of Kalaupapa, hav
ing togother a capacity of boido
250,000 gallons. Thoso aro con
structed solidly, and comonted
inside, and are efficiently protect
ed from contamination by sub
stantial roofs or covers of corru
gated iron. On inspection thoy
woro found to bo full to tho top
with clear water, piped from a
valloy somo threo or four miles
boyond,.and outside tho limits ol '
"Wo now como to tho Baldwin
Homo for boys, in charge of four
Catholic Biothots, the senior
ot whom is Brother Domiuick.
Tho leading spirit horo appears to
bo Brother Dutton, who has beon
resident nt tho Settlement some
ten years, and who camo hero to
assist Father Dumien during the
latter part of his devoted and solf-
llio louclosuro of tho Boys
Homo is about 2J acres in extent
and rectangular in shape; on thre
sides nro ranged tho dormitories,
schoolhouso, laboratories, and
bathrooms; ou tho fourth sido is
situate tho residence of tho Broth
ers. In tho center formed by th
buildings mentioned, tho grounds
aro well kept and scru
pulously neat, a greou rook
ory with fountain of water
forming a center piece, the
balanco of tho enclosure boing a
closely cut lawn. Thoro aro at
present about 130 inmates. "Here
aro to bo found somo of tlio most
advanced cases of this terrible
disease, and tlio visitor cannot
fail to bo stirred to tho utmost
with pity for tho unfortunates
horo assembled, and with admira
tion for tho Catholic Brothers'
ovorywhoro ovidont attontion and
caro bestowed by them on these
otherwise helpless and hopoloss
Within and without, tho gon
oral adaptability, cleanliness, and
good managomout of this homo,
could not bo excelled nor in bet
tor hands, as far as can bo judged
by an unprejudiced visitor.
Opposito tho Homo is tho
church built by Father Dainiou,
andnoar by its sido is tho last
resting placo of tho man wlio
needs no monumont to perpetuate
his memory, in the minds of any
who have Boon this placo. Tho
inspection ovor, wo now return to
Kalaupapa for lunch, which has
boon providodnnd is partaken of at
tho Board of Health's Office, after
which somo hundreds of tho in
habitants having nssombled,
spoooh-making is in ordor. Peti
tions aro presontcd, and grievances
stated to tho Logislativo Commit
too, of tho naturo of which it is
not in my provinco to spoak, as
no doubt tho raombors of tho
Houso of Representatives, horo
present, will mako thoir roport at
tho proper timo and placo. I will
simply say that as far as I could
learn, no difficulties or complaints
woro mado of a serious character,
and that most of tho grievances
that woro inontioned arose prin
cipally from, want of tact, partia
lity shown, or poor management
at the sottlomont, and tho ordinary
observer cannot but bo surprised
that a community of olovon
hundred pooplo should livo in ho
isolated a manner, with so little
Tho Bishop Homo for girls was
next visited, nnd all that I havo
said of tho BoyB' Homo applies to
tliis, except that it is in charge of
livo of tho good CatholictSistors.
I should horo Btato that nil tho
labor in tlioso.homes is porforracd
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