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Yor;. X. No. 1777.
HONOUiU.. TKIlttlTORY OF HA11. .FJUDAY MAHOH 1 1901.
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I REELS OFF
Expense Bill is Advanced
to It's Second
PETITIONS FROM MOLOKAI
TO GUIDE LEGISLATORS
Dickey's Motion to Have House Printing
Done Under Contract is Very
Promptly Turned to
-The House got down to tho business
of tho eighth day this mornlne at to
o'clock. After prayer, roll call anJ.
reading of the Journal, the ball prompt
ly began to roll. The members are
catching on In good shape, and as a re
sult, things are beginning to move
along with considerable snap.
During tho reading of the journal
C. II. Dickey tip toed to his seat, and
from the appcaranro o( his desk It
was expected ho would be on hand as
usual with a batch of good thtngs for
the benefit of the average taxpayer.
Dickey first presented a petition from
the lepers at Molokal. setting forth
their wants and desires In an extended
nnd elaborate form, all having In view
the general betterment of their condi
tion. Judging from tho length of the
document, the people are decidedly In
want of many things to make life worth
living. Among tho numerous wants
expressed In the petition Is the follow
ing: To havo their own district and
circuit judge, local government, better
food, allowed to Import horse's; to have
all houses. whlto washed and many oth
er matters connected therewith. Tho
petition was ordered printed so that
members could have copies to take with
them to Molokal.
Kanlho Introduced a bill to abollih
pergonal taxes nnd to repeal sections
S06. S07 nnd 809 of the Civil' Code relat
Paele gave notice- of hi Intention to
tntrodiiro n bill entitled an Act to re
peal Sections 872 and i7J of the Pcual
Laws of 1897
Haabeo introduced bill No. 12 in re
lation to prohibiting tho publication of
The rules were suspended to nllo.v
Robertson to Introduce, & bill to repeal
certain obsolete laws read by title nnd
passed to print.
Kumalne Introduced his bill prevent
ing destruction of property by Board of
Health without compensation. Read
and passed to print.
Hanheo Introduced a bill amending
section 814, chapter 59 Civil Lawn.
Read and passed to print
House, Dill No. 1 was read for the
second time. This appropriates $45,
000 for tho legislative expenses. Dick
ey began to speak on this measure
when he was called to order by several
members of the House. Dickey Is a
stickler for rules and sometimes gets
tripped up. The bill passed Its see'
reading after some minor discussions.
Robertson cnlled for hills from the
printers when Prendergast of the print
ing committee tnfovned the House that
tho delay was due to not having receiv
ed tho bills in time.
Dickey moved that bids bo asked for
doing the printing of the House, hold
ing that this was the cheapest and most!
expeditious way out of, the matter,
Emmeluth opposed tho motion of
Dickey, On vote tho Dickey motion
was lost. Adjournment was then taken
to 1:30 p. m.
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In the regard ot both your
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Tel, Main 00.
, A Joint Resolution was Introduced by
Emmeluth this nftcrrloon to tho effect
that the President of the Senate and
the Speaker ot the House shall supply
fifteen copies' of the proceedings to thn
Secretary of the Territory, Henry, n.
Cooper, as they are approved from day
GOING TO MOLOKAI.
Upon adjournment of both houses
yesterday, tho Joint Molokal committee
of tho House nnd Senate met with Pres
ident Raymond of tho Hoard of Health
and nrrsnged details and a list of those
who will comprise the party to go to
Kalaupapa on tho steamer chartered
liy the Legislature, tonight.
Senator II. P. Baldwin occupied tho
chair.. It was decided that the list of
names 'submitted 'by the legislative
committees to go on the trip, to the
Doard of Health and a few names
offered by that body, should be sub
mitted to President Raymond as com
ing from the Legislature direct.
The list as finally adopted and agreed
upon Is as follows: Senate and House
members, 4f; Senate and House clerks,
2; stenographers, 2; Interpreters. 2;
Invited by the Legislature: President
Raymond of the Hoard of Health, Wray
Taylor. Commissioner of Agriculture
nnd Forestry: W. O. Smith, cx-prsl-dent
Doard ot Health; Dr. Chas. En
gels, one rcpresentntlvo each from the
Honolulu newspapers Bulletin. Re
publican, Advertiser, Star. Independent
nnd Ktiokoa. It was announced that
Superintendent Reynolds would be one,
of tho party. He will act ns guide
throughout the settlement.
BUT ACTS ARE NOT VOID
Would Not Veto Bills Merely Because
Hawaiian Language Was Used
in Their Consideration.-
Oovernor Dole'sifld to a Bulletin re
porter today that be would not veto i
bill on the ground that It was Illegal
because the proceedings of the Legis
lature are being conducted In the Hn
wullan Hiul English languages, Instead
of English as provided by the Organlo
Act. Ho qualified this remark by say
ing that he was making no promises In
Ho said while he did not believe the
business of the Legislature was being
legally conducted, yet he would not say
that Its acts would be void.
"The American Idea of proceedings,"
said Qotcrnor Dole, "Is made pretty
clear by the manner li, which the Con-1
grcsslonal Record !b kept" and lo
handed tho reporter n copy which ho
liad been perusing. "Of course If tho
Hawaiian members wero limited to tho
Kngllsh language tho business could
hardly bo carried on. If the Organic
Act had made a knowledge of English
a qualification for n seat In the Legis
lature, then men would havo been
brought In who could have performed
their duties In accordance with the law.
"The matter has come before me In
no tangible shajlo. I have not been In
the House, but I hear proceedings are
carried on In the Hawnllan language.
"I do not believe the business Is be
ing done lawfully but I would not say
that the acts of the Legislature will be
void on this account."
Party to Olnn.
A party consisting of twenty-live
representative people from the Main
land left this afternoon for the Island
ot Hawaii In tho Bteamer Manna I.oa.
They are the guestB of B. F. Dilllns-
ham and L, A. Thurston, nnd will havo
a most enjoyable trip among the sugar
plantations and other points of Inter
est on the productive and prosperous
Island ot Hawaii.
The steamer will proceed direct to
Hllo at which point the party will di
verge to different points ot Interest.
The second Penthalon athletic con
test will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock
In the gymnasium of the Y. M. C. A.
No admission will be charged and spec
tators are Invited. Tho winners In the
last contest held December 7, wero
Elcrath, first, with 413V4 points; Ben
Clark, second, with 408V& points; Fal
vey, third, 391 points. Elerath has
gone to the Coast and will not partici
On Beretnnln street this afternoon,
Lum Ho, a Chinaman In Jumping from
a moving street car fell under It anil
had his left foot crushed so that ampu
tation will be necessary. He was taken
to the Queen's Hospital.
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Tho Evening Bulletin, 76 cent per
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Walls of Present Cham
ber Have Very
COMMITTEE OF THREE
TO SEE THE GOVERNOR
Petition from Lepers at Kalaupapa
Read and Referred to Molokai
The Senate was called to order on
tho eighth day at tho usual time. After
tho preliminaries. President Russell
announced that the sccrotnry would
like to know how many copies of the
Governor's message and the estimates
were desired by the Senators. On mo
tion of Mr. Achl, the secrctnry was au
thorized to order a hundred copies.
Mr. Baldwin reported for the com
mittee of three which had been ap
pointed to confer with the House com-1
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mlU.ee on ho visit to the Molokal set-
ho Joltn committee had been held yes-
terday. It was then learned that John
Fi.Bv u n .P?n 1 T'
the W. G. Hall nt 2J0 per day, tho NU-
hau at 1200 and the Wnlaleale at $174.'
However the W. G. Hall was being ;
Inspected by the Federal authorities
and It could not be stated definitely It
she could bo sent. Final arrangements
had been left In the band& of Represen
tative Hoogs. Mr. Baldwin stated that
tho W. O. Hall would be the best boat
as tho passengers to Molokal would
probably have to remain on board one,
night on account of tho lack of accom-
It had been found that the House
had changed Its Intention of going as a
committee ot nine members. Under
such circumstances, the Senate should
appoint a slmllnr committee, say of live
members. However, any members of
tho Legislature, not members of the
Joint committee, should bo allowed to
Mr. Achl asked why It was that tho
i -l..i . to. l- . . i a (..,,
"i-anui unwun nan not open wcmui-u
In the llht. Tho editor of a Chinese
paper uim occn unoiiicr m rnu uh iiuu
nnd nsk him for a permit to go. Mr.
Baldwin answered that there was no
intention to exclude any newspaper.
An application to the proper parties
would certainly bring about ready por-
mission to go along,
Mr. Baldwin asked permission to read
certain petitions, complaints:, etc.. re
ceived from residents and committees
nt the leper settlement nt Kalaupapa.
This was granted by unanimous vote.
Tho secretary read the following pe
tition: At n public meeting In tho Bcretanla
Hall, nt Kalaupapa, Molokal. February
20. A. D. 1901, It was resolved that the
accompanying petition be placed In the
hands of n committee of fifteen mem-,
bers, and praying:
1. That tho local management of the
settlement bo given by a law to bo
enacted therefor to the persons segrc-1
2. That a liberal appropriation be
mado to Increnso the water supply of
3. Thnt n steam vessel be purchase!
for tho Board of Health to be used ror
the transportation of freight from the
other Islands to tho settlement -,-
(Signed.) R- M. KAAOAO.
Chairman of the Committee.
Mr. Kalauokalanl moved that n sub
committee of five be appointed by the
President to go to Molokal with a simi
lar commlttco from tho House to In
vestigate matters at the settlement nnd
Tho President appointed tho follow
ing committee: Senators Kalauoka
lanl, Knlue, Kaohl, Baldwin and Ka
nuha, Mr. Kanuha asked to be ex
cused and Mr. Carter was appointed In
The secretary was Instructed fo Ini
form the House of tho appointment of
tho committee referred to. ,
Mr. Cecil Brown moved that t)ie peti
tion from tho Molokal peoplo bo refer
red to the Senate Molokal committee.
On motion of Mr. J. Brown, the reso
lution relating to a chango of quarters
for the Senate, Introduced, a few days
ago by Mr. White, was taken up from
the table for consideration and read by
Mr. Cecil nrown stated that ho be
lieved the language of the resolution to
be a little to brusque. A committee
of three or four members of tho Senate
should bo appointed to confer with the
proper Territorial officials In regard to
securing other quarters for tho Senate,
That was tho only proper way to do
business. The bungalow had been sug-
seated and he had looked Into tho mat
te on the qutslde. After Investigation
hejhjl found that It was hardly any
better' than the place In which thy
were already situated. Mr. Brown then
stated that he did not know whether
the Senators had the authority to walk
In and take possession of any of the
property of tho United States at pres
ent In the care of tho Territory of Ha
waii. Mr. Brown then mncd that a com
mittee of three be appointed to confer
with tho proper Territorial officers to
sec what arangements could bo mad
for providing other accommodations.
Mr. Baldwin moved to amend to tho
effect that the Introducer be made Hit
chairman of the committee. This
amendment wns accepted by Mr.
Mr. White spoke at length on the
lesolutloii, saying that the present
quarters were totally Inadequate to the
needs of the Senate. He then asked
what the Senate would do when the list
of appointees ot the Governor should
bo handed to tho Senate for consider
ation. The walls had ears and thcie
would be no privacy about any of the
secret proceedings. Ho then referred to
the draughts that sweep the hall and
the liability of the weaker members
of the Senate to take bad colds.
Mr, Cecil Brown asked what It wns
proposed to do In enso the Territorial
officials should nut comply with th err-
quest as embodied In tho resolution.
otild the Senate have!
Wlin t nnthnrttv
over the Fcrrctsry of tho Territory?'
The result would be that the Senile
nnd tho Executive branch of tho gov-
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1J lilt-iil nuuiu UM ill lUCIIIUIUO mh
nmounl an ,f
hp J omcals ralR,,t
ha(, ft rf M to lurn 0t
l officer, from their office. In
(ho unBcment ' .
Aftfr he mftt(er ,)efore the Senate
becn rticilied thoroUKny ,,y o0l.
.. ,,. , ,.., ih .hit hn
would nrcept the amendment offered by
Mr. Cecil Browi. The resolution then
passed with ttjo amendment and tho
President appointed tho following com
mittee: Senators White, Baldwin and
. . - rown. ,ho
ori)(T of lbj (Uy WM carrle(, an(l'tll0
President Instructed tho secretary to , the Mary casue Day nursery was open
read Section, 88 Of the rules which re- d last inontham) .UjHthref pf-fout
late to the Intfrprcter. ichlldren have already teen cared' for
Mr. Brown moved to strike out Sec-! and as soon ns the nursery Is bettor
tlon 8S. He wanted to be on record as) equipped tweho or more children can
being In Hue with the Organic Act. , be taken care of.
Nearly all of the Republicans got tipi The Miller street kindergarten re
nnd siinkc on this matter. They ox- ported good attendance for the month..
prCf sod th"lr sorrow nt having to pla.-e ,
themsehes on record as voting against
thn use of the Hawaiian language In tho,
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ileum rations ot ine i.egmniurr m-j
f0uld not construe the language of tho
cirganic acc in any oincr nj-. .hi. ih-
no called attention to tho fact that.
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wueutnequescon ,r ...men ...
Hennie every lino in me im.i.ui.i u ,
vni-.i i.n It. Up could not see why they
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nnd noes were taken and the vote wis.
found to bo a folld party vote, the nlno
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Independents registering their vote
agaliiBt tho motion
At 12:10 o'clock the Senate took a re
cess until 1:30 o'clock
OZAKI HINtlD $100.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon
Knku nnd Kconl Poc were committed
t othe Circuit Court for trial on the
charge ot malicious mUchlct.
A nolle prosequi wns entered In the
case ot John Nalopl, charged with as
sault nnd battery. Mania, same charge,
reprimanded and discharged.
S. Ozakl, for violating section 1078
of the Penal Laws, was fined $100 and
coatfl Hlg offcn,0 wn8 .i10 erecting of
a building on King street without first
obtaining a permit from the Public
Fine Job Printing-t the Bulletlr
Steamer Men Will Organize.
The next month or two will see tho
organization here of a league ot nil the
steamboat; men employed In the Inter
Island fleets'. The object of the asso
ciation will be the devolpment of a fra
ternal, benevolent and protective or
ganization which will be confined to
the masters, mates, engineers and pur
sers of the vessels. By an organization
of this kind thoso Interested In forming
tho body, claim that such an organiza
tion will look out for the rights ot Its
members and In case of wrongs being
done them tho body will seek redrej.
Charter Cpmmlttec Meeting
There will bo a meeting of the char
ter commlttco of tho Republican par
ty In headquarters at 7:30 o'clock this
ovenlng. Tho sub-committee on muni
cipal charter will submit Its report.
A dead baby was found this morn
ing In a cesspool In tho rear ot a Chi
nese, store on Llllha and School
streets, Dr. Emerson has gono out this
afternoon to Investigate the matter.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin
Reports from Plantations
Also Are Encouraging
to the Board.
DOORS OF MARY CASTLE
DAY NURSERY OPEN
Palama Children Have Sport on Valen
tine Day and Remember George
day. The monthly meeting of the supervls-1
org of the Free Kindergarten nnd Chit-1
dien's Aid Association was held this I
morning nt the V. M. C. A. parlors. The!
attendance was good and the repoits
showed tho work In a progressive con-1
dltlon at nil of the klndcrfartens. Tbel
attendance at the Port street kinder-j
atlCD' J,le! "awC8 '"rector, has not.
ucl" "VH?ni a proposition is unucr
consldoia,tlon to create a new kluder-
gnricn ai rmmuuKauui cuurcn. wun
which the one at Port street may b
A letter was read from Clara Motnor
f Maul, which gave good reports ofthf
kindergartens there. There aro two now
In good running order, one nt the Pala
plantation and one at the Hamakua-
!ko plantation. The former Is under
tbo direction of Clara Mosser. prlncl-
pal and Mary Tlltou, assistant. At the
latter. Miss Forbes Is principal and
Mary Kaplhl. assistant. The Hamc
kuapoko school has purchased n piano
and tho Pala school has a piano, a
I present from Mr. and Mrs. II. P. UalJ-
Mrs. J. T. McDonald reported that
The Vfnejnrd street kindergarten
asked for sand for use on the children'
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Kawulabao church has an attendance,
v,ivi ,,luu -
Tho attenuance ai cue i-niamu kiu-
.Ia....i Iiuu I,aih 'itVuMnil tlin (list
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A successful meeting nt
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birthday was also celebrated fittingly,
, Mrs. Henton reported tho Ewn kin-
. dcrgarten In n good condition.
The kindergarten at
also reported to be doing good, with a
Mrs. Hyde was prevented from being
present nt the meeting by Illness, and
Mrs. W. F. Allen prosldcd.
HARTWELL FILES PAPERS
IN BIG INJUNCTION SUIT
Probate Business Disposed Off at the
Opening Hour Another Assault
Case This After
noon. Tho trial of Mann charged with as
sault and battery with a weapon upon
Kuomea was taken up this forenoon.
Following are the names of the purors:
Albert Barnes, T,' II. Petrle. O. 'W.
Clarke. T. F, McTlghe, D, O, Camarln
os, 1). M. Ross, J, II. McKcnzle, W. T.
Schmidt, P. It, Hahn, C. K. Qulnn, D.
T. Bailey, J. Spencer 'fc
The casii of tho Territory vs. Charles
Kaclm, charged with assault and bat
tery with n weapon on Knnlenul, will
follow this afternoon.
In tho estate ot Elizabeth K. Bing
ham, Inventory wns filed today by Hi
ram Bingham and Lydla 1). Coan, exe
cutors, showing tho total value of tho
estate to be $57C8)50.
Alfred 8. Ilartwell, attorney for tho
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com
pany, filed motion today lu tho Circuit
Court to dlssolvo tho temporary In
junction ordered February 25, In favor
of the Walluku Sugar Conrpany. Tho
motion Is based on affidavits of Henry
P, Baldwin, president of tho dofendant
company and A. N. Kepolkal, which
nro attached, The controversy Is about
the Interference of tho freo flow of tho
Walluku river by tho defendant as al
leged In the bill for Injunction.
In an answer filed today the defen
dant admits that It has commenced tho
digging or construction ot a certain
tunnel, below or near the bed of tho
Walluku stream, but denies tint It Is
digging the tunnel directly toward
parcels of land owned by the plaintiff,
nnd also denies that the defendant In
tends or threatens to construct said
tunnel under, through or across the
plaintiffs land or to otherwise treipnrs
on plaintiffs' land .
In the estate of M. Mclnerny the pe
tition of executors for discharge w.n
The seventh annual account of II.
Waterhousc and A. Perry, trustees un
der the will of J. II. Wood were ap
Her Majesty Queen Lllluokalatil and
John II. Wilson havo been granted a
reasonable time In which to demur or
answer the bill Territory's bill for In
junction by Judge Humphreys.
The suit of Wing Chong s. Margaret
V. Carter has been discontinued by
their respective attorneys, Cecil Brown
and Kinney, Hal Ion & MiClanahan.
Tho widow, daughter and three sons
of the late Michael Mclnerny have tiled
n waiver of accounting by the execntoM
and trustees of decedents estate and
agreeing to their final discharge.
JOHN RADIN AND RIG
TAKE UNEXPECTED BATH
Horse Falls Overboard From Bridge
and Driver and Hack.FoIlow-A
' Dangerous Place for
John Radln and hi. hack wero ship
wrecked this morning at tho navy
Aside from the damage done the hark
and the Injur- dona John through
fright nothing serious occurred.
The back driven by Radln was apj
pronchlng.the wharf from .the EpbU:'jV,- i
ado. To gcTlinto tho wharf It Is 'ne
cessary to cro3s a bridge. This Is a
narrow structnroand unguarded by rallt,;
or fence of any kind. There Is watork
on either side or lue uuvewny nnicn
Is nbout six feet above the surfuce,
When the horse. Kailln wan driving.
got on tho bridge ho shied and tumb
led off Into the water taking hack nnd
driver with htm. Radln cannot swim
. fol)I1(, ,!,.!( n tll0
crowc(, H) ()n , ,op of ,
1 hack nnd yelled for help. Attracted
I In- tilu rrlr n nnuil ennn mllecttMl anil
I e rk of rescue was begun,
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soon nan n gang ai wrn n'u's m
-so and hack separated and then
getting them ashore. After about an
hour's work this was accomplished.
The horse was slightly cut and the
hack pretty badly Jarred. When the
whole cost of tho Involuntnry bath In
tho bay Is figured up Radln will be out
The accident this morning Is tho sec
ond of the kind that has happened with
In two months at the same place. If
the driveway Is left In Its present un
protected condition until someone Is
killed the parties responsible for the
condition of the place will have a
big damage suit on their hands. A
day's work by tho superintendent of
public works would put the bridge In
n condition of safety.
REDUCTION SALE OF
HATS AT IWAKAMPS,
- AND '
Do not overlook your footwear
to match your costume. " They are Beau
ties," and a gooj I irge assortment to make
your selection from. Do not let the effects
of your costume be spoiled by a pair of
slippers that do not match, but purchase a
pair that will do honor to your costume.
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