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Piticu 5 Cents.
Independents Vote Solid
on the Ten Minute
WHOLE MORNING IS
. TAKEN UP WITH JT
Cecil Brown Says Gaz Law
is Sustained Senate Mera-
'ber3 Will Visit
The Senate nan called to order flo
minutes early this 'morning. There
ycrejthrcc Senators absent" hut they;
appeared'on the scene a little later.
.The'followlng communication from tho
Houso wns received unsigned so It was
sent back to the clerk of the House Tor
his slgnnturo. When rend It was found
to announco tho following names of
.Representatives as constltulng tho
joint committee of the House on rules:
Makekau. Ilobertson, Haaheo, Mahoc
The Molokai resolution was taken
from the table. Tho President brought
up the matter of Imitations to others
than members of tho Legislature who
might care to lslt the settlement. Mr,
.Cecil Drown was of the opinion that
the Joint committed could confer with
the Hoard of Health and that tho tnrl
tatlons could be arranged In that way.
Mr. Dnldwln digested that, since the
Houso Intended to go to Molokai is a
committee of tho whole. It was no more
than right that tho Senate should also
go along as a committee of the whole,
the two bodies to form a Joint commit
tee. "" ?V .
On motion of Mr. Haldwln, the reso
lution Introduced yesterday by Mr.
White was unanimously amended to
thU efft. Mr. Cecil Brown asked-Jf
the resolution meant tbat every mem
ber of the,Scnate would havo to go
along. Upon being answered In the
negative. Mr. Drown stated that ha did
not caro to go.
Tho President nppolntcd tho follow
ing committee to confer with a like
Houso committee on the .matter of ar
rangements for tho trip to Molokai:
Baldwin, Kaohi and Kakapaahu.
Tho rules were again taken up for
consideration. Tho following motion.
defining tho duties of the committee on
food adulteration was Introduced by
Mr. Carter and passed:
"It shall bo tho duty of tho Com
mittee on Food Adulteration to
examine, the reports of tho food
commissioner, receive all com
plaints and potltlons regarding im
proper foods, cxamlno tho laws
regarding adulterated foods In this
Territory and compare the same
with similar laws in other com
munities; and In conference with
the food commissioner recommend
such legislation as they believe de
sirable and beenflclal for the pro
tection of tho people of this Terri
tory." Ono or two other small amendments
wero made and tntn again camo tho
stumbling block of yeitorday. The In
dependents Insisted on their amend
ment limiting tho time of speaking In
tho Senate to ten minutes. Mr. Cecil
Brown offered an amendment that the
tlmo be lengthened to thirty minutes
as In the House. Mr. Carter then of
fered another amendment that the
rtilo bo not changed unless by unani
mous vote of tho Senate. Under such
clrcumstnnces, he would bo perfectly
willing to submit to the ten-mlnuto gag!
Nor Your Wife
Will be thoroughly satisfied
until you live In your own
BeslJes Its being lets expen
sive, ycu will aUo stand higher
In the regard ol both your
neighbors and yourself.
We can help you to work
the plan out successfully.
McClellen, Pond & Co.,
Tel, Main 00.
.jtoJjfcj tjfotfi.ito .,,
law. He wlstictl6 see fair play on
both sides. He warned the members
that, In case there sVould be an at
tentat toi change the -time limit, he
would vote against it-Mr, Brown then
withdrew his amendment.
1 Mr. Paris asked Mr. White if he In
tended the translation of speeches to
bo Included In this ten minutes. Upon
being answered In the affirmative, Mr.
Paris stated that the members might
Just as well keep their seat finder such
circumstances. If the time Included
the translation, there would not bo
time to say anything.
Mr. Kantiha stated that he believed
the ten minutes as Introduced by Mr.
White t awi'tep. minutes for each
speaker wb'wIshrto say something
ou n subject) Tim tlm taken by an
Interpreter would not bo Included. Mr.
Cecil Brown said that this was foolish
ness, -'it would be Itrtpossiblo for any
Interpreter to hear a ten minute speech
and then translate properly. Mr. Brown
continued, saying he was born In the
country and was therefore ono of the
people of the soil, although blrf skin
was notithe same. He? did notjiellovo
that the 'natives wished tb Insert an
amendment that would prevent him
from speaking nndhe-dld-not believe
that. when they, sat down to think about
It,' they would'do anything of thoklnd'
.Mr. Baldwin warned the, members
that caro should be taken in the pass
ing of such a role.? It would, work nit
matter of trouble. If he judged Mr,
White correctly from previous cxperl
ences. ho 'was the very first who would
seek to break tho rule. Mr. White
thanked Mr. Baldwin for his remarks
and mado the statement that "It was
truo he had been afflicted with long
wtndcdness at one time but that he ha'd
received a dose of medicine and now
wished to limit his remarks to a short
Mr. Carter said he was ono who
wanted a dose of the same medicine.
Why "not Ihcn'sdopt his resolution by
which there would beno changing
again of the rule unless by unanimous
consent ' .
Mr. White said that tho amendment
which ho had Introduced was the prop
er medlclno and Mr. Carter answered
that this was a homeopathic doso
which he could not take, being an
Mr. Kalue objected to the amendment
Introduced by Mr, Carter as being con
trary to tho provisions of the Organic
Mr. Carter referred to the remark of
Mr. White about the intention of the
majority to show fairness. He askPd
why It waH then that the gentleman
Insisted on trying to pass the amend
ment. The fair thing to do was to
make no restrictions of tho kind. Hu
was perfectly willing to have the bit
in bis mouth If the reins were In the
hands of tho President.
Mr. Carter's amendment was lost
by a vote of a to -6, each side voting
solidly. Mr. White's amendment was
next .put and the same vote was re
corded on the ayes and noes being tak
en. At tho end of the calling of names
Mr. Cecil Brown turned to the press
table and said: "Oag law sustained."
On motion of Senator Nakapaahu,
Jho Senate, at 11:45, took n recess to
1:30 p. m.
Supreme Court Gives
A decision was handed down by
tho Supreme Court toaa,y In tho suit
of T. W. Rawlins vs. Maria K. Har
bottlo and William Haroottle, giving
the plaintiff possession of certain land
in Palama In which tho defendants
clnlmed a life estate with right of pos
session. The facts, undisputed, aro
that on November 30, 1895, the do
fondants conveyed to the plaintiff cer
tain lands In Palama and also certain
lands In Hamakua, Hawaii. On tho
samo day , as a part of the same
transaction, the plnlntjR exocutcd and
dolly erod to tho Harubitles an Instru
ment concerning tho-samq land. Up
on this Instrument thoHarbottlcs baso
their claims to Ufa estate and posses
sion. Tho Instrument contained three
clauses, by tho first of whlcu a life
cstnto In ono parcel of land was con
veyed, and b ytho second nnd third
of which one halt of the Income of
certain other pieces of land was se
cured to Iho Harbottles for life. A
succeeding clnuso read:
"And these pieces of land above de
scribed, and the rights and benefits
therefrom, Is what I now convey to
M. K. Hnrbottlo nnd W. Harbottlo,
her husband, for their lifetime, and
nt their death all these things shall
revert to mo and my heirs and this in
strument shall become null and void."
Hold, that the latter clause was
morely a habendum and dlu not con
v ey a llfo estato In tho land described
In tho second clause. Also that tho
grant for life of one-half of tho In
como of tho land set forth In the sen.
ond clause did not, as a matter of law,
carry with It a grant for llfo of ono
half of tho land Itself, or tho right of
The Onlnton Wag written hv Pnrrv
Itob'ortson & Wilder appeared for the
piaintirr nnu j. A. Maroon and Peter
son & Matthewman for tho defend'
Miss McDonald will hold a cird
solreo nt Progress, hall next Monlay
evening, March j-.Thls lBjiomewhaof
a 'novltyand'pVomlses'to bea Vreil
ii i. rf
Stockholders in Waialua
Hold' Jheln Annual'
r "Meeting. -
MEAGER GqODALE, SHOWS
PROGRESS IN ALL LINES
New By Laws Are Adopted-Methoc
of Electing Officers Chang
Crops. (1 i ,
Tho stockholders of tho Waialua
Agricultural Company, Limited, held
their Bocond nnnual meeting' today.
The jopqrts nf the officers were read
nnd adopted. -- ,
Now bylaws similar to those of tho
Hwn Plantation Company were adopt
od. A bond Issuo of ono million dol
lars was nutharlzed by voto-of tho
Btockholdera. Tho directors stated.
however, that proltbly not moro tba.i
one-half of this amount would be sold
Tho sum of $2,00U wns set nsldo for
social and benevolent purposes' In thf
Interest of the plantation.
Under the now by-laws tbu stock
holders elect only the directors, wlu
chooBo tho officers, all of whom aro dl
rectors except tho auditor. The of
fleers chosen tonay were: J. B. Ath
erton. president: C. M. Cooke, vice
president; Ii D. Ttnney, secretary
W. A. Bowcn, treasurer. 11. Water
house completes tho board of direct
ors. T. Ittchard Robinson was elected
Tho report of Wm. W. Goodale
manager, recounted the Uimcultles ex
porlenccd In getting machinery foi
tho new mill. The crop of 1900, ex
cept 40 acres of plant cane, wai
ground at the new mill. The tota'
yield for 1900 was D.C80 tons.
Tho crop of 1901 will be 1,750 arret
of plant cane and 300 ncreii ratoons
the vleld from which is estimated at
The crop of 1902 will bo 2.C00 acres
delay In filling orders for pump ma
chlncry has cut this crop short to the
extent of 800 acres of plant cane.
In 1903 tho plans In hand contem
plate a crop from 4.0QD acres.
The pumps now In .operation, with
those In course of ere'ctlon, will glvr
the plantation a dallv water supply of
73,000,000 gallons. Besides this sup
ply, old ditches aro in use, which hav
ing a varying capacity, reaching nt
times CG.000.n0O gallons dally.
During ttio past nrtcen mQnths 24
miles of permanent and 10 mllcw of
portnblo rnllroad track hav6 been con
Btructed. Slnco last report 5S,1&9 54
has been expended In clearing land
Tho manager of Watalun reports no
labor trouble, and that enough men
havo been avnllabln at all times, al
though wages havo been raised.
, Annual Meeting
Tho stockholders of the Pala Plan
tation held their annual meeting this
morning. Tho treasurer's leport
shows receipts for tho past year of
$534,453 54; expenditures of $119,
709.10; dividends paid, $195 000, and a
surplus of $34,092,)7.
O C. Lindsay, manager, submitted
his report. Ho states that plans to
plnnt over 800 acres of cane this past
year wcro not carried out, owing to
tho scarcity of labor. Ho says that
71S acres wero planted and that C00
acres of long rntoons nro carried. Tho
yield next year Is put at 8 000 tons.l",'BS,", l" m, " "!"
Contracts have been mado for cutting. John s Al"" nt Walluku in behalf of
and loading this year's crop at very Agatha Nott, petitioner for tho probate
Inr tho way of Improvements, all
tracks have been changed from 30 to
30 'Inch gauge bxtensivo additions
have been mado to ths itOv,k of cars.
The wireless telegraph system from Oahu to Maul Isnow In work- O
Ing operation and tho company makes' formal announcement that It, O
will rcceivo messages for the Ishnds of, Molokai, I.anal and Maul on O-
March 2d) Their Honolulu office Is In the Magoon building, O
Uttt evening the, Ilulletln forwarded n messago to Its correspon- O
dent In Walluku and early this forenoon received tho following reply: O
Walluku, reb. 27, 1901. C
To tho Evening Ilulletln, .
Your message by wireless telegraph was received with unbounded O
Joy In Walluku this Wednesday evening. .. O
Haleakala, the home of tho P.lslng Sun and Iao 1iq Yosemlto of O
Hawaii both ilnlte Jn extending their right, hand" of fellowship to O
Oahu. Kakuhlhcwn nul O Kama fends Its greetings to her sister Isle O
from Hawaii Moku o kcawe lo Kauai o Manookalanlpo. O
'AH hall tho wireless telegraph. O
JAS, N.'K. KHOI-A, O
I NlneV nine acres of land has been
The rainfall, on tho plantation in
1S00 was 43.97. dnches.
No heavjr expenditures aro In sight
for the coming year.
tfl ; t , ' "
- Serenaded at Home
'Volcano Marshall's friend were not
backward yesterday afternoon and eve
ning. In calling at his home on Llllha
street and extending felicitations for
the pkasant turn of his fortunes. Mar
shall was down town early this morn
ing, looking trine the worse for his
'our month's vacation on the reef.
Ho said to a Bulletin reporter: "I
have made no 'plans yet as to what I
will do In the future. I am having too
nuch enjoyment In meeting my friends
tain. Ijvst night there was an Infor-
ol jolllflcatlfm at my house. My front
yard Is badly tramped down, and the
front gate Is weary from the un
expected spell of overwork. I was ser
enaded and congratulated, to the point
of Insomnia and, I appreciated It thor
oughly. '' , ' J
"I consider Governor Dole's action In
granting me a pnrdim as generous nnd
chlmlrous In the extreme. I had b?cn
a bitter political crltlc.and I feel that
this action an the part of the Governor
Is unmistakably kind?" ,(
iEFFERNAN FOR FORGERY
SENTENCEDJ0 SIX YEARS'
udge Humphreys,Devotes the Morn
ing to Probate Business-Grand
Jury SU11 Finds Work
Decision was rendered by Judge
itumphrcys today In favor of, plaintiff
In H. H. Parker et nl. vs. i:.',K. Hull
fir Iirvinundlng stock. '
Exceptions leport of Geoi Lucas
naster, hive bcn filed by playtlff In
John S. Antone vs. W. II. Cantle, In
tnat It disallows tho sum of $1000
claimed by plaintiff to have been paid
to W, It, Castle on or about October
Charles Hcffernan pleaded guilty to
two charges' of forgery In the Circuit
Court this morning nnd was sentence.!
by Judge Humphreys to two terms In
prison, one of one year and one of flvo
years. The chargo against Heffernan
of assault on Charles F. Chllllngworth
wlt,h Intent to commit murder wai
In the case, of John Benson, sentenc
ed yesterday to three months Imprison
ment nnd to pay costs, order wns made
tills morning by Judge Humphreys re
mitting all costs.
Tho Grand Jury Is still engaged In
hearing testimony on criminal matters.
Twelvo opium cases wcro dismissed
by Juilgo Humphreys this morning.
The defendants wero all represented by
Attorney V. M. Urooks.
In the estate of Lnti Chong, I.au Yin
and Lau Tone administrators with the
will annexed filed an Inventory In pro
bate todny. Tho estate consists of Ho
nolulu real estate valued at $1000, three
llfo Insurance policies of $2500 each,
$500 of Wulmanalo stock, $1500 part In
terest In mercantile business of Wing
Wo Tnl Company and other stocks and
leases, to n total of $15,430.
James N. K, Keola, Clerk of tho Cir
cuit Court, at Walluku has been com-
of the will of A. A. Dolron, deceased.
Order was made by Judge Humph
reys extending the I'ebruary teim ne
Ha lt Pa ra pa Pa in a B mi mi e id
CITY A! COUNTY
House Committee of Nine
Members for a Trip
PETITION THAT SWEEPS
New Bills Introduced This Morning
-Two New Clerks Cause Objec
tions to be Raised-Avail
The seventh day's session of tho
Hottjo was railed to order this morn
Ing nt the Usual time. Minutes of tho
previous session were adopted aftci
many chsnees nnd rnnitfilernltlo itlii.
A communication was, received from
the Superintendent tfy Public Instruc
tion that "The old V'ort sfrect school
bulldliitmv uted for the Normal nnd
Practice Whool has been subjected to
nu expert examination and has been
pronounced not'worth the' cost ofthe
necessary repafi. It Is therefore pro
posed to demolish the building and re
move tho school etfeVhere, the present
r'oit street lot being too small for the
proper uccommodatlon of such a build
ing us the growing needs of the school
calls for. Iu order to carry out this
plan It will be necessary for the Leg's
la tut e. to make a special appropriation
to provide temporary quarters for the
school until such time us the means
can bo provided and a new building
Mr. r.mnieluth stated thut the com
munication should bo accompanied 'y
a report. Referred to tho committee on
Mahoe made a luotloito suspend the
rules to allow him indent a peti
tion from the flf h Mllstrlrf, second
precinct: "To abolish all United States
quarantine regulations throughout tho
Monserrat moved that the names o'
those who signed the petition be read.
This was done The reading of the
names to the petition so sweeping In
Its character, caused considerable mer
riment. The document contained
fifty-threo names, and was referred to
Committee on Public Health and i:iu
cation. The petition nsks "that no per
mlt bo grante'd for tho establishment of
quarantine stations throughout the
Territory of Hawaii That all regu
lations promulgated by the United
States Marino Quarantine Officer be
Puukl Introduced hllMCo S In ref
erence to clilldren iittenQltg schools.
ItobcrtW Introduced bill No 10 rela
tive to the Jurisdiction of circuit
Makckau Introduced a hill providing
for municipal and county governmonf".'
Ummeluth gavp notlco that by tho
15th of March ho would Introduce a
bill for election by proportional Veprc
sentatlon nnd of a. bill for exemption
from levying sale, and also to repeal
section 1483 of the Civil Code
Tho bill relating to vaccination Intro
duced yesterday was read by title and
passed Its first reading to print.
The Speaker announced that two as
sistant clerks had been appointed under
a resolution adopted by tho House,
This called forth Borne spirited words
from Hoogs but tho comment produred
Robertson, gave notice of another bill
to appeal' certain obsolete provisions of
Dickey took the floor claiming tint
tho Houso woh out of order. The sus
pension of rules was for a specific reso
lution, and ho moved a return to the
regular ordor of business.
Aylctt said ho had thought tho two
clcrks,appolntod wero newspaper men,
but when he found that they wero em
ployed clerks he was dumfounded. He
was declared out of order
-j Robertson stated that an appropria
tion of $45,000 would soon be avail-
ablo and It was supposed that tho com
mittee having the expenditure of the
money for legislative, expenses nn
doubt bad seen lit to employ the clerks,
Deckley desired n ruling from the
chair on the select committee of nine
appointed to visit Molokai settlement,
and wonted to know If that committee
had been appointed. Tho chair stat
ed that the whole House would go to
tho leper settlement as commltteo of
Kmineluth stated he had visited the
settlement several times ami "unless
wo organlzo ourselves Info committees
we will accomplish but very little, I
am anxious to study tho water and
agricultural conditions nud go to tho
head supply of water and llx on somo
feasible, plans to Improve tho condi
tions. Other members could tako up
tho other nutters with which they aro
KMMIu -. -
familiar, I also believe that the mem
bers of the press should be divided up
that a representative could go with
each committee. These ore merely sug
gestions " "
Prcndergftst thought that as there
were many In the House who were not
going to Molokai on account of the
ocean trip It would be wise for t"i
Speaker to announce the various com
mittees to visit each portion of the
place so that more work could be ac
complished when they come together,
Kcnlho stated ho did not approve nf
the statements of Prondergast but biv.
lleved all should go whether they sot
sick or not.
The chair stated that the Home
should go as a whole. Appointing a
chairman and upon their return mate
Becklcy proposed that while the
members arc on the trip to Molokai
they bo In the chargo of the Commltlea
on Public Health
Makekau wai fully In accord with
tho tlcckley proposal but could not )ee
how the resolution of several days a so
could bo amended now.
The original Ileckley resolution
relative to the appointment of a' com
mittee of nine wns ordered read In or
dei that the Houso would be more fa
miliar with Its provisions nmmolnth
approved of the HecMey amendment.
After considerable discussion It was
finally ruled by the chnlr that the com
mittee to visit the leper settlement
consist of nine members In which ho
wis sustained by a voto of the House.
I'ollowlng arc the names of 'com
mittee J ninmeliith, W ,11 Hoogs,
A O M Robertson, A. K. fillMlan. R.
Puukl. K. W. Ileckley, S W Wilcox, S.
Kawalhoa, .Ino. K. Prendergast.
Adjourned until 1.30 p m.
IT MET THIS MORNING
AND DISCUSSED MATTERS
Action on Applications for Railroad
and Liquor License Deferred
Attorney General Files Opinion,
on Councils Power.
Att the meeting of the Kxccutlvo
Council hold this morning the applica
tion of Oardner K. Wilder nnd others
for a franchise to construct nnd oper
ate) n railroad In the districts of Kona
and Kail, Hawaii, was discussed v
Theie seemed to bo n doubt In the
minds of the Territorial authorities as
to their power to grant n franchise.
Action on the application una been de
ferred ponding further consideration
In tho matter of granting n dealers
license to Mncfarlano & Co. for thu
snlo of liquors nt Honoknn, no nctlon
was taken. Tho matter of. thf appli
cation will be acted upon later upon
n report from the Sheriff of Hawaii.
Tho attorney general filed with too
Council an opinion regarding Its pow
er to grnnt a franchise to tliOjCentury
reicpnono company oi una cuy, in
his oplnlon-the Attorney general says
that the permission nBkcd for is in
the nnturo of a special franchlso and
that the Executive Council has no
power to grnnt it. Tho frnnchlso must
bo obtained through the legislature
and their nctlon approved by act of
At a special meeting of tho stock
holders In tho Territory Stables, Ltd ,
today. Dr. J. R. Shaw was elected sec
retary in place of C. F. Herrlck, re
signed, J, S. Andrado was elected
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