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HONOLULU, H. I.,
I LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
IIOILSK ITIAKCS niNCOUNT OK
no.vns ihiiki: i'i:u ci-.sit.
Honnlo on Wal I ii It ii ttlver
EiaiiTY-FouitTH Day, May
At tho afternoon Beaaion
uuy tlio oonuto pusfcocl tlio bill to
rogulnto tho prnctice of Medioiuo
on second reading.
President Wilder nppot uteri
Senators "Watorhouso, Kico and
Holstein to servo ns n Conforonco
Committoo on tho liconso bill.
Ministor Cooper called atten
tion to tho minutes which showed
tho Senate hod been in session 75
days. This was incorrect. Tho
nctual time was 83 days as tho lix
eoutivo computed it ttnilpr thoir
construction of tho Constitution
and thoy would rulo accordingly.
On motion tho minutes were
amended in accordance with tho
Senator Brown was tho only
absentee at this morning's ses
sion. Minister King reported three
bills signed .by tho president, to
gether with tho Joint Itesolution
on tho groat Seal.
Souator Rico presented tho
printed report of tho Liquor Com
mission and tho bill reported by
it which wore distributed.
Two House amendments to tho
Licoiifio Act which escaped con
sitbrntion yesterday wero taken
up and on motion not coucuncd
On tho ordor of tho day tho
second roadiug of tho bill grout
ing tho HHo Electric Light Com
pany tho right to toko wntcr from
tho Wniluku river camo up.
Sonntoi AVntcrhouso was nfraid
this littlo bill would open tho
door to logislotion which would
bo regretted hereafter. Ho thought
tho required permission could bo
obtained by leoso or otherwise
from the Miniator of tholntorior
under existing laws. lis would
movo to indefinitely postpone
action on tho bill.
Senator Baldwin said tho ori
ginal bill did not havo tho approv
al of tho committee A substi
tutowas drawn which in tho esti
mation of tho committoo gave tho
company all it asked and at tho
same time guarded tho interest of
tho government. Tho bill did not
ask tor any permanent right for
the company, only for tho tempo
rary uso of wator in case of break
ago at tho wator head which they
own and have a direct titlo to.
Tho committee from tho Grst havo
thought it was a matter that tho
Executivo should deal with, that
if tho permission was granted it
should bo sold at auction bo that
anyone might bid on it. Certain
ly tho company should pay for
tho privilege. Ho thought it was
a matter that should bo dealt
with by tho Executivo entirely,
especially as tho mauogor of tho
Hilo Sugar Company and others
interested strongly objector! to it.
It was not a question of what
might happou with tho present
company but what was to como iu
tho future. It was establishing a
dungorous precedent and like Sen
ator Watorhouso ho was becoming
afraid of it.
Senator ltico said ho had signed
tho report but from information
ho had received yesterday ho
should havo to voto against tho
bill. Tho company should go to
the Minister of tho Interior and
to tho lessees of tho wator rights
nnd lands concornedand mako ar
rangements with them. Ho was
opposod to bringing such matters
boforo the Legislature.
Sonotor Lyman said tho bill
granted no rights that tlio com
pany did not already possess. It
simply gavo them pormission to
tako tho samo wutor from, a dif
ferent placo in case of accidout
from freshots or othor wise at tho
placo thoy were now obtaining it.
uSDA.Y. MAY 26, 1896.
bonatofFMcCandloss Baid tho
future of Hilo dononded on tho
"Woiluku river. Thoro was from
fivp to ton thousand horse power
going to wasto there. Tho com
pany only, had tlio n'uht to a
small portion of tho water and
itwas "Baid they wero using now
more, than thoy wero entitled to.
Ho understood thoy wero only
"onJ,Hled,totho water necessary for
domoMtio'purposes nt .the Hilo
Boarding School. Ho under
stood thoyjwero using very much
moro than that. At any rato tho
government should bo vory'caro
ful about granting nrry rjghts to
tliO( wator of tho Wniluku -river,
wliitrb Doiup day would bo of in
calculable benefit to tho town of.
Tho voto on tho indofinito post
ponoment resulted in a tio, G to G,
Senator Lyman not voting, being
interested in tho bill.
President Wilder voted against
Sonator Hocking proposed an
omeuduiput allowing tho govern
ment to tako possession of the
rights grouted at any time upon
giving thirty days' notice, and ou
motion tho bill nnd tho proposed
nmendmont woro roforrcd to tho
Senator Lyman boiug disquali
fied from nctingon tho committee,
Senator Holstein was appointed
to act in his stead.
Tho bill regarding tho registra
tion of births, deaths and mar
riages passed tho third reading.
Sonator McCandloss' wide-tiro
act camo up on second rending
and was roferred to tho Miscel
At 11:15 tho Senate adjourned.
EiaiiTY-FooitTii Day, May 2Gth.
HOUSE Or KEl'ltESENTATIVES.
Hop. Kamauoha moved that
Bops. Bycroft and lliehnrds bo
added to tho Molokai visiting
committoo for thu purpose ol con
ferring with tho Board of Health
Ministor King reported
signed by tho President.
Bep. Bond reported on tho
resolution about tho Medical As
sociation's -scalo of fees. Tljo
scnlo had boon passed by a baro
quorum of eight members of the
Association, or about one-fourth
of tho membership. It was felt
that tho action of tho doctors was
intended for tho protection of tho
profession in rare cases that
might bo disputed in tho courts,
and did not necessarily mean a
rise on tho present scnlo of
charges. Still tho coramitteo
deem it unwise for thorn to havo
taken such action nfter tho Houso
had exempted physicians from tho
payment of nn annual licenso feo,
nnd feel that any attempt to on-
forco nn exorbitant bill of foes '
would probably result in tho en
actment of laws for tho protection
of tho public. Tho committoo
deem it dosirablo that tho Medical
Association should disown its re
cent notion at tho earliest op
Bop. Winston presented a re
port of tho committoo of com
merce ou Sonnto bill No. 47, ro
commouding in effect that Kcnla
kokua bo retained as a port of
Bop. lliehnrds presontod a ro
port on the national loan bill, ro
comnionding its possp.go with cer
tain amendments, including one
to mako tho bonds redeemable in
not less than tiro nor moro than
twenty years after tho dato ot
A communication from tho clerk
of'the Senato was read, announc
ing that tho Senato did not concur
in tho Houso amendments to cor
tain Bootious sovouteon iu num
ber of tlio liconso bill, and ask
ing for a conforonco thoreon.
Tho national loau bill was lukon
up, with committee's report recom
Minister Damon said that in tho
yoar 1901 thoro would bo S198.000
of bonds that might bo taken itp.
Section 2 was amended us recom
mended. ft a
Continued on Mh Pa(je.
ONE DAY'S LATER NEWS.
UNUKKNTANDINO III7TWKKN THE
CNirKI) STATES A VI) SI'AI.V.
Activity III Wnr Mutrrinl Slilimirnln
In the Onbnii-TUo Ircli!eiitlnt
Tlir. OUIIAN WAK.
Atnlrablo Utidorntaiidlnir Upon tlio
Havana, Cuba, May 12. Gen
oral Woylor authorizes tho stato
mont that tho proceedings of the
court-martial in tho caso of Mil
ton and othors captured ou tho
filibuster .Competitor wero for
warded to Madrid for tho action
of tho Ciovorunionl, by tho mail
Bteomer leaving Havana May 10.
Gonoral Woylor also Btates that
all rumors that ho or any of his
gonorals have threatened to resign
if the sentence of tho court-mar-,
tial in this case should bo modi
lied aro utterly untrue.
Tho fiudingsof tho court mar
tial beforo which was tried tho
five men who woro copturod on
tho filibustering American Bchoou
er Competitor woro published to
day for tho first timo. Ab already
cabled, all of tho accused men
woro convicted and sentenced
to death. It has been ordered
that proceedings bo instituted for
tho confiscation of tho Competi
tor. Florentine Horrora, convicted
of tho crimo of rebellion, was shot
at'Matunzas this morning.
It is rumored that Maximo
Gomez with a strong forco of
robols has ro-outored tho province
of Mntanzus. His vanguard is
said to bo near the town of Baro.
Madrid, Spain, May 12. Spain
nml tlm TTniff(1 Stntpalmvn nrrivml
utjin amicable understanding, and 1
"fboTBorapotitor prisoners will bo
allowed a fresh trial boforo tho
ordinary court under tho existing
treaties between Spain anrl tho
WAsmNOTON,D.O.,May 12. It is
assorted that when tho official cor
respondence relating to tho Com
petitor incident is mado public it
will bo found that tho action of
tho Spanish Cabinot iu directing
that the proceedings of tho court
martial bo forwarded to Madrid
for rovision, which wns announced
yestorday, actually took placo last
Friday, and that Minister Hauuis
Taylor promptly communicated
tho fact to Secretary Oluey.
If thiB provo truo it places tho
Government in a curiouB position,
as tho protest sent to Spain must
havo boon receivod, if at all, after
nows had boon received that Spain
hart voluntarily interfered in bo
half of the condemned men.
Now iTork, May 12.- A Herald
special from Richmond, Vn., suys:
Gonoral Fitzhugh Leo will go to
Washington on Wednesday to re
coivo his instructions beforo do
parting for Cuba, no will lonvo
for Tampa, Fla., Friday or Satur
day, tho dato to bo determined at
Washington. Hu expects to bo in
Cuba tho first of next wook.
Tho Becordor says this morn
ing: Another stoamor is being
fittod out in this country by Cuban
patriots to follow tho Laurada,
which loft this port early Sunday
morning with a filibustering ex
pedition for Cuba. She will start
in tho next fivo days. Tho Laurada
was tho first Cuban filibuster
whoso men took uniforms with
thorn. Detectives havo found out
tho tailor who mado tho uniforms,
a Spauiard. Ho is making seven-
ty-fivo moro, wlnoh aro to bo
roady in tho next four dayB. Tho
fifty-ono suits that the tailor mado
for tho Laurada men woro for
Porto Bicuns, with three excep
tions, ono American and two Ou
bmiB. All tho suits he is making
now aro for Porto Bicans.
Tho steamer which is to tako
them to Cuba is now somowhoro
off tho Connecticut shoro, taking
aboard arms and ammunition. She
will tako ten Hotchkiss guns,
which wero intoudod to go on tho
Laurada, and which aro destined
Price 5 Cents.
fori General Collazo's artillery
division, n largo number of rifles
Some of tho Porto Bicnns who
will go with tho expedition oro
compositors employer! by a South
Amoricnn nowspnper noar Park
Bow. Only Inst Sunday they mot
in n photographic studio in Third
avonue, whoro their pictures in
groups woro taken. Their plans
wero to go as in the Lauradn's
case, in groups of four or fivo, to
a Brooklyn pior, tako tugs there
waiting Ihoin aud bo transferred
to tho stream iu tho sound, but as
the placo of rendezvous in Third
avenue has been exposed they
wero instructed to moot some
where in Harlem, but thoy will
receive no information as to thu
locality until-tho last momont.
Bcsidos this expedition, which
will start in fivo days, tho Cubans
will soud out tho Magnetic, which
has boon bin d for $10,000 for two
trips, and continue thq preparn
ations for tho ileot. Tho South
Portland nnd fivo othor freight
steamers will bo fitted out at Perth.
Amboy, N. J., and u number of
Sims ,bavo boon ordered from a
roadway firm. This firm repre
sents Connecticut luanHiff&turera,
whoso factories nro kept .busy day
and night filling tho orders for
tho Cubans. Largo orders for
machotes havo also boon placed
with a largo Wator-stroot concern
Cyclones had a frolic through
Nebraska, Kansas nnd ndjoining
States on tho 12th. Property was
damaged and persons . injured nt
Tho United States Sonnto has
loft tho question of San Pedro or
Santa Monica, as tho harbor to
got tho appropriation, to a board
of fivo export examiners.
Tho Houso Committoo on In
terstate and Foreign Comnicrco
today by a voto of 7 to 4 ordered
a favorable roport on tho Nica
ragua canal bill with amendments.
Gonoral Georgo B. Williams
has returned to San Francisco
frohvffapan, wherofortwo months
iiiL' of battle-shins for the Mikudo.
Ho reports that Japan does not
want any moro battlo-ships for tho
BTATUE TO HANCOCK.
Washington, D. C.t May 12.
Tho bronzo equestrian statue ot
Mjor - Gonoral Wiufiold Scott
Hancock, hero of Gettysburg, wns
unveiled this afternoon nt tho
intersection of Pennsylvania nnd.
Louisiana nvonucs with Sovonth
aud O streets. President Clovo
land prodidrd,and Senator Palmer
of Illinois delivered tho oration.
President Cleveland Baid: "A
grateful Government today pays
tribute to tho momory of ono of
our country's noblest s6ns and
bravest dofendors. Willingjy
prompted by patriotic inclination,
wo havo ussombled to witness a
Nation's appreciation of valiant
deeds in timo of war, and its re
cognitions of civic virtues in time
Thoro .voro bloody noses and
block oyes at tho Republican S, tato
Convention of Missouri, caused
by frco fights boforo tho oponiug
botweon tho Filloy and Kerens
factious. Filloy was successful
in tho convention. Tho platform
adopted is in favor of tho gold
standard aud supports MoKinloy
as tho presidential candidate.
Dolawaro Republicans split and.
two sots of delegates will go to St.
Louis, ono uuinstruotod and tho
other instructed for MoKinloy.
A now central committoo of tho
Republicans of Illinois eloctcd
C P. Hatch, an nnli-MoKinlov-man,
as chairmau by acclamation.
It is roported by way of Shang
hai that the Bussious, through
tho modium of an American agont
named Smith, havo tukon posses
sion of tho disputed territory of
Chefoo, over which tho British
maintain claims. Tho dispatch
says that Bix Russian and four
United States war vossols aro
lying at Chefoo.
Continued on 5th Page.
ueuos been ropresontimj the
Cramps, Philadelphia, ship'huild-
ors, in negotiations for tho build ?