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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.( THURSDAY, .FEB. 28, 190t.
Spring Goods for 1901
COTTON. . . .
DRESS GOODS! '
LATEST DESIGNS AND 8HADE6
FIGURED DIMITIES, 12, 15, 20c per yard,
Pt,AIN AND DOTTED DIMITIES, Solid Colors,
20, 25c per yard.
STRIPED AND FIGURED BALISTE, 20c per yard.
PRINTED FOULARDS) Look Just Like Silk,
25, 30c. per yard.
GINGHAMS, 8, 10, 14 yards for Si.oo.
FLANNELETTES, CHECKED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
8, 10, I2jc. per yard.
A FULL LINE OF LADIES' BLACK HOSE (HERMSDOOF
PLAIN, 8, 8, 9, 9J4, 10 Inch, 20c. per pair.
OPENWORK, 8, 84, 9, 9.'. 10 inch, 25c. perpair.
PLAIN, FINE QUALITY, 8, Stf, 9, 9, 10 inch,
3 paits for St. 00.
For the Next Few Days we are offering
Special Bargains in Cotton and
COTTON, 85c, Si. 25, Si. 50.
WOOL, S4.S5. S6.50, S7.50, S9.
Sio per pair
Senators Get Excited in
Discussion of Their
BROWN WAXES WARM ON
LIMITATION OF SPEECH
Headway is Made Bowerer With Pros
pect That Some Rules Will Yet
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At the Wednesday afternoon scs
slon the Senate, took up again the
consideration of the rules. .Mr. llalil
win apoko against a great number ot
ot standing committees an was being
proposed. The work would bo no means
bo facilitated. In the matter of the
fire claims and liquor ommlttccs there
should be special commltces and there
should bo five Instead of three mem
bers o ncach ot these.
Mr. Cecil Drown moved that then
be a combination of tho committees on
agriculture and forestry nnd govern
ment lands, public works and Internal
Improvements. This was lost.
Use of Government Rondn
Mr. White, spoko for tho passage of
these committees as they appeared In
tho rules on account of thn work that
would devolve upon them. During tho
course, ot his rcmarkB,, Mr. White Bald
that ceraln government highways wco
being used by plantations for their own
purposes. This was among the mat
ters that should bo Investigated.
Mr. Carter asked tho speaker If the
claims of the government to certain
roads alleged to havo been used by
plantations was tho business of tho
Legtslaturo to Investigate. Mr. White
answered that It was, to a certain ex
tent. On motion of Mr. Cecil nrown. the
committees on public health and cdu
cation were made one. The same Sen
ator moved that tho miscellaneous pe
tition committee bo stricken out but
this motion was lost.
When It came to tho committee on
claims, Mr. Whlto moved that It pass.
Thero was nothing said until Just be
fore the puttlug of tho motion when
ho had any other committees and, upon
being answered In the negative, moved
the Insertion of a committee on milk
and other foodstuffs. Mr. Carter mov
ed to amend to read "milk and adul
Mr. White remarked that he believed
this committee, to have been proposed
very much In tho samo manner as "a
Joker Is placed In a pack of cards.
Mr. Carter answered the members,
that ho was not Joking and that the
committee should bo named In tho
rules. Mr. Achl also spoko In favor of
the committee. Many children were
dying from tho uso of ndultcrated milk.
The motion as amended by Mr. Carter
Thn Senate got as far as Hule 2t
when there was a show ot Impatience
by thn Republican members which soon
took the form of words. Mr. Cecil
Uruwn was tho first to start tho ball
rolling and tho words used were as fol
lows: "I move that the rules be re
ferred back to Senator White. Lot him
prepare a set of rules nnd bring them
Into the Senate, ills sldo would pass
Mr. Carter said It seemed very much
a9 If tho members started out In good
humor In tho morning nnd then, at
about tho same hour In the afternoon,
there canio 11 standstill. The proceed
ings should bo carried on In a brt'er
manner than at tho present If tho Sen
ate did nut wish to be the laughing
stock of the whole population.
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Mr. Carter also spoke on what ho
called gag law. Ho stated that jmch
n thing would work against tho major
ity by and by. Mr. Cecil Ilrown spoko
ngnln us follows, showing moro feeling
than he has yet during tho session:
"Wo are sent here by our constl'u-
ents, tho voter of this country to rep-
Mr. Cnrtcr then moved that the re- resent them and undertako to do such
port ot the committee be accepted, the
committee dlscbnriicd and a new com
mittee appointed. As tho maker of the
legislation as may be brought before us
and for tho good ot tho country; nnd
when this body, the first Territorial
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motion, be would decline the honor of Legislature that Is elected, undertakes
serving on the committee. Mo would' 8l "P l" molft? ot lne nicmuwa
nsk that the member from Lahalna bo hero nnd conflno them to twenty mm
tho chairman of the committee. Therp
was n great stark of typewritten mat
ter on his desk. These were probably
moro amendments. "I stand for ad
vancement." said Mr. Carter, "and If
seems very much as If these rules con
stitute nn Insurmountable obstacle.
Wo seem to be unable to get over It. I
am willing to adopt temporarily the
rules of 1898 so that wo may be enabled
to do some work, or to refer the whole
thing back to another committee."
Mr. Achl seconded tho motion ot Mr.
Carter saying that, If tho amendments
and discussions continued, the Senate
would have no rules for a fortnight
yet. Only twenty-four rules had so far
been passed. There wer Btlll ovr
seventy to ho considered. "
Senator J. T. Ilrown sajd yhat he was
In favor of going ahead. The speakers
had anticipated tho Introduction of
many moro amendments when, as a
matter of fact, there were only a very
few more. He could seo no uso In re
ferring tho rules back to another com
mittee. Thero was moro discussion nntb tho
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people are throwing away their o'd
lamps anJ replacing them with this
lamp, not inertly because it costs
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Mr. Cecil Drown said: "Mr. Speaker, I motion to refer the rules back to nn-
would object but thero Is no use.'' other commltteo was lost. On motion.
Mr. Achl objected to tho passago ot n tho rules were again taken up. Tho
committee on liquor. He playfully ask- atmosphere had been cleared by the re
ed as to why tho Senate was not rIv- fen' 8torm an'' tlllnBS wcnt aUmK
en a committee on pol, nnother on rice, smoothly and rapidly.
Unnllmr nn milk, nml thn HkO. Mr. I Refjlll(l tlflfj tllC SltCCCll.
Whlto mocd that tho word "liquor" When It camo to tho matter of tho
bo stricken out nnd tho word "Intoxl- regulation of tho speech of the mem
cants" put In Its place. Mr. Cecil bers In tho Senate. Senator Whlto mov
Drown moved the addition of the words ed to Insert "nor moro than ten mln
"nnd opium." This was lost and Mr. utcs at each time" after tho words "No
White's amendment passed. ' member shall speak twice on tho samo
Mr. Whlto next proposed a commit- subject. Mr. Cecil Ilrown said he hop
tee on elections and Mr. Cnrtcr nsked cd this nmendment would cot pass.
as to tho duties of this committee. Mr. Tho time of speaking In any particular
White answered that tho duties of this enso could bo regulated by resolution,
committee would b to consider certl- There were matters coming up In the
flcatcs of elections, returns nnd othM Senato that members would llko to
election mattcre which might bo re- speak more than twenty minutes on.
fcrrcd to'them by the Senate. It was hardly right In matters of 1m
Mr. Whlto next proposed n committee portnnce to limit any member to twen
on municipal and county government, ty minutes. To Insert such an amend
This passed. ment In tho rules would be to simply
Mr. Cecil Brown asked Mr, Whlto It carry out a gag law.
tito. no matter what the question
may be. I say that tho day will como
when the voters of this country will
reprove tho Senators In a way that will
bo understood. Tho people will not
stand tho shutting up of their mouth'
nnd preventing their representatives
from expressing their opinions. So I
say, bo careful how you vote in shut
ting up tho mouths of etcry Senator
who is sent hero by tho people ot thn
country to speak tho views they wcro
sent here to represent."
Senator Achl was another of tho
members of tho Senato who objected
strenuously to tho addition of tho
clause suggested by Mr. White. He said
that thero might come a time when
there would he brought up a measure
that would rcciulro a' great deal of ex
planatlon nnd, under such circumstan
ces, any speaker should not be limited
to tho short spaco of twenty minutes.
At any time, a resolution could bo
adopted by means of which the time of
speaking could bo regulated but the
amendment proposed by Mr. White
should not go down as ono of the hard
nnd fast rules of the Sennte.
Thero was more discussion on this
amendment and It was Just about to bo
put to n voto when Mr. Knlnuokalanl
moved that tho Senato adjourn. Tho
motion carried unanimously.
H 0, Achl President A Managor
M. K. Kakulua.... Vlco President
J. Maknlnai .Treasurer
Knnch Johnson .Secretary
Ono. L. Desha Auditor
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