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Resolution by Senator
Carter Calls for
FROM HOUSE RETURNED
Must be Submitted in Proper Shape
.Senators Give Notice of
Intention to Intro
The Senate met In Its new quarter!
on the second floor of the bungalo
this morning. The first business was
the reading of a communication from
the House submitted with House Rcso
lutlon No. 3. A certified copy and not
the original, had been submitted, the
Senate voted to return the same to tb
The clerk read another communica
tion from the, House, submitting a
House Joint resolution by Makekan.
This also was voted returned to tho
House to be put In proper shape.
4Mr. Kalauoknlanl reported for tho
Printing Committee that Senate bills 3,
20 and 27 had been printed and wc.-A
ready for distribution.
At this point, n petition relating to
the fire clolns and submitted by the
following, constituting a committee of
Japanese merchants was read: 8.
Ozakl, S. KoJIma. T. Ishlkawa, Y, Soga,
II. Klhara, K. Ono and R, Susumagu.
This was referred to the Committee on
Mr. White asked that the majority of
the Judiciary Committee be given two
days longer In which to submit Its' re
port. Granted, on motion.
Senator Carter Introduced the follow.
That, until otherwise voted, the hour
of meeting for the Senate shall be at
0:30 a. m.
Mr. Farts Introduced the following
' ne It resolved. That the following
items be Inserted In tho appropriation
'000 for court house and Jail at Kai
lua, N. Kona.
$3000 for court house and Jail at
Hookena, S. Kona, Hawaii, to be built
on upper road.
$15,000 to widen tho main govern,
ment road from Huehue, N. Kona. to
tho boundary of S. Kona from 10 feet
to 20 feet.
$12,000 to widen tho upper road In
S. Kona, from tho boundary of N. Kona
$.100 for a wharf shed at Hookena, 9
$400 for widening tho wharf and
building a wharf shed at Keauhou, N.
$12,000 to build or extend the Kal-
lua wharf so ships can discharge their
$1000 to widen tho channel at Hoo
kena, S. Kona.
This resolution was laid on tho ti
bio to be brought up with tho Appro
Senator Paris' gave notice of his In
tention to Introduce the following bills:
An Act to amend chapter 9C of tbii
Civil Laws as complied by Dallou, In
regard io witness fees In civil cases,
An Act to amend to amend chapter
90 of the Civil Laws In regard to ju
In a.Mltlon to "COI.LBGE HILLS"
suburb, we offer the following city
$'2,500 House and' lot, 90x200 at Sea
'.2,200 6 Room House, Stable, etc., In
Puuonul. Lot 100x100.
$0,000 7 Room House, servants quarters
fernerv, etc., located on Prospect
St., commanding a magnificent
S5.800 6 Room House, fine Ianal. sor
didly 1-cated near Oahu Col'ege
5. COO L acre In Kallhl. ronm cMtaee.
t'ble. servants' house, etc, near
kamehamcha IV ijoad,
80."00 7 Pnm House on Beretanli Ave,
Lot 80 ft, wlcie runs through to
$1,000 Lot looxico, Kewalo, containing
$5,000 Ik Acre for subdivision, Jut off
$5,000 Lot 110x1 w on Keeaumoku St,,
near Wilder Ave,
3i7SO Choice Lot, 80x175, at head of
Detailed Information will be given upon
application at our office.
McClellan, Pond & Co,
TEL. MAIN 60.
An Act to amend Internal tax lawt,
Bcctlon 837. oa exemption.
Senator C. Drown gave notice of Ul.
Intention to Introduce the following
An Act to provide legible and tin!'
form recording of Instruments and
documents required by law to be re
corded. An Act to secure accurate registry of
the values of transfers of property.
Senator Acht gave notice of his In
tention to Introduco amendments on
Ilules IXII and XLI.
The special committee In charge of
securing new quarters for the Senato
was discharged with thanks. Mr. Whltu
was the chairman.
On motion, the third reading of
Houso 1)111 No. 1 was set for today.
At 11:45 a. m tho Senate took a re
cess until 1:30 p. m.
Provided the steamer Sierra reacnn
here tomorrow, the city of Honolulu
will present an animated appearance.
On that day, In the neighborhood of
250 representative Mystic Shriners And
their families from various parts of
the United States, will step foot upon
the soil of Honolulu.
Liberal preparations are being pr.
fectcd for the proper entertaining 4
the wearers of the fez and crescent
whose three weeks' sojourn here wl'.l
be devoted to pleasure.
As already announced, a temple cf
the Mystic Shrine will be Inaugurated
here by the Chief Potentate, and lil.i
followers, wEo will have traveledtlioul
sands of miles, leaving old friends and
family .ties behind temporarily, 'to' ex
tend that feeling of brotherhood among
men Into the most remote corners of
The arrival here of the Shriners from
the Eastern States and tbeMalnland
marks an epoch In the still further ad
vancement of the commercial and sn
olal development of the Islands, by th
starting of the wheels of severat Im
portant enterprises, such as the throw
ing open of the doors of the new and
elegantly appointed Moana hotel of ISO
rooms, beautifully situated at Walklkl,
and directly overlooking the broad
Pacific ocean, while Diamond Head
point stands otu In bold relief, like a
sentinel keeping guard over tho entlrt
Tho arrival of the Shriners will also
witness the formal opening to the pub
lic of the Hawaiian Automobile Com
pany, and last but not least, the suc
cessful operation of wireless tclftgrn
phlc communication in the Islands.
Last Friday evening, tho Masons
held n meeting and completed their ir-
raugements for entertaining the visit
ing Shriners, Some 300 tickets have
been purchased by tho committee for
the Maternity Home fair and luau an J
this will be the Initial event, following
the nrrlvnl of the Shrlnqrs. Following
this wllf be a grand ball at tho drill
shed to he held under the auspices of
the local Masons and Shriners.
A special night has been set apa't
at the Hawaiian Opera House, wh1"!
Levis Morrison who Is visiting hero
with the Shriners, will appear.
The Installation of Aloha Temple the
local order. Is the decided feature of
the visit, followed by trips to various
parts of the Islands, nnd winding up
with a grand banquet at tho Hawaiian
New Construction Co.
Articles of Incorporation have been
filed by the Hawaiian Engineering &
Construction Company, Ltd. The iu
corporators are C, II, Athcrton, Clar
enre II, Cooke, Frederick J, Amwej,
William It. Castle Jr., Philip M. Lans
dale and Philip L. Weaver.
The company Is Incorporated for a
term of fifty years with a principal
place of business In Honolulu, TI19
purposes or me compnny aro 10 eii-
gage In construction work of all kinds.
The capital stock Is $10,000 with thu
option to Increase to a sum not to ex
ceed $2.00,000. Shares of tho par vatun
nf $100 each.
The officers of the company are:
Charles II. Atherton, president; Wil
liam It. Castle Jr., secretary and trea
urer. - ,
Mnniider Allen's OuentH.
T. A. Stewart and his daughter, Mlsa
Utta Stewart, who ljnvo been visiting
Mr, and Mrs. Allen of tho Hawaiian
hotel for tho past two wocks, returned
to the Mainland by tho Bteamer Mari
posa. Mrs. Allen, who was also a passengnr.
will visit tho Stowats In Portland, Or.
as well as many friends In San FrancU-
co and elsewhere.
PortugucHe Fishermen Snfe,
Tho four Portuguese fishermen tor
whoso safety s6mo anxiety was felt
by relatives, havo turned up all right.
They came over the pull from Walmnn
alo, leaving their boat on the' othor
MDLLK. DOLOItES IN PUOailKSS
HALL THIS 13VENINO.
Attorney General Dole was given In
junctions In the Executive Council tu
day to begin suit against the Hawaiian
Tramways Co., for a cancellation of thu
franchise under which that compauy
now operates Its street car system In
Honolulu. The grounds on which the
petition for revoking tho franchise I
ordered, are that the company has
violated the terms,, of tho franchise It
self and that the same Is forfeited by
Its own provisions.
The matter was brought up by th
Superintendent of Public Works, He
stated that the orders of his depart
ment to the Tramways Company In
lower Its tracks In certain places tn
conform with tho street gardes had
been repeatedly Ignored. It Is also
claimed that the termB of tho fran
chise, requiring the company to keep
tho street In repair two feet on each
side of Its tracks,' has been persistently
Ignored and thnt'tho general character
of Its service to the'ptlbllc Is not up to
the standard set forth In the franchla.
Secretary Cooper read acomparatlv
The House met at 9 o'clock this
morning with a good attendance at tho
Dickey set the ball rolling by Intro-
duclng his bill to amend chapter 42 of
the Civil Code relating-' to disorderly
houses. v 4 :
Ewaltko Introduced his bill to amen-)
section 812 of the Civil Laws relating
to special tax. Passed to first read
ing. Makekau Introduced a resolution In
the nature of a protest against exist
ing rules and regulations of the Doard
of Health, which was ns follows:
Whereas, the Hoard of Health
has seen fit to perform the duties
of the legislators, and nre now and
have been erecting laws In the form
of rulei), nnd regulations nnd also
resolutions; and, .
Whereas, Bald rules nnd regula
tions nnd resolutions nre arbitrary
and contrary to the Interests of
tho poor people:
Therefore, be It resolved, by the.
House of Representatives, the Sen
ate concurring, that the said rules
and regulations and resolutions In
forco after the date of tho first al
leged bubonic plague case made Its
appearance In the city of Hono
lulu up to the present date be nnd
(he same Is hereby rescinded."
Pacle moved that the resolution pans
ns rend. This was followed by a pro
test from Dickey who Btntcd that the
rules were mado and enforced by the
Doard of Health under power grantud
by former legislation.
Robertson declared that Dickey's re
marks were proper and to the point,
and spoke against the adoption of the
resolution. Makekau then moved that
tho resolution be tabled and bo con
sidered In connection with mil No. 20,
which met the approval of the House.
Makekau Introduced his hilt to
nmend section 374 of, the Session Law
of 1807 relative to the maintaining of
highways. Passed to first rending.
Makekau Introduced n resolution pro
vldlnc for building roads In Hamr.-
klm .... .... Lcci8iatur6 ot the Terr!
, tory ()f Hawnllt mt tlle gllm ot ,10o,.
000 Is hereby appropriated from tlio
public treasury and Is hereby authoriz
ed to be expended In the manner nnd
for tho roads In tho District of llama
kuii. Island ot Hawaii, as herewith
Main road regradlng, $30,000; upper
road through homestead, $30,000;
Ahunloa to Wnlmea road, $15,000; Kh
niihuhu to Wnlmea road $0,000; Walplo
road at mill to main road, $0,000
branch to Kukiilhaclc valley, $3,000; to
complete Walplo road, $7,600; Hono-
kna road to Paaubau landing, $2.S00,
On motion ot Robertson it was rr
ferrcd Co tho Finance Committee by u
Monsnrrat framed, a few questions dl
reeled to the Superintendent of Publlo
Works. Thsn wore ordered to bo
transmitted to the Superintendent by
1. Whnt wnB the nmount npproprlnt
ed by tho last Legislature for the con
struction of a now road between Pa-
hnla and tho Yolcauo, district of Kuu
Island of Hawaii?
2, How much of this road has lie.cn
3, How much of tho appropriation
statement of expenses and Income of
tho Territory for the two months of
January and February In 1900 and In
1901. It appeared that expenses till
year, wcro less In February than last
year and Januaiy showed n bigger In
come than the same month last year,
Mr, Cooper also raised thu question
of tho number of days the Legislature
had been In session. It was the con
sensus of opinion of the members of
the Executive Council that nil days
except Sunday and holidays should
count as session days, whether thu
Legislature Is In actual session or not.
Treasurer Lansing rend an applica
tion from Hoffschlaogcr & Co.. for a
dealer's liquor license for their store
on King street. Tho matter was de
ferred. A letter from Sheriff Daldwtn of Maul
was read stating that there had been
no trouble at Lahalna on account of
Illicit liquor selling. On thl' Informa
tion, the application of Hackfcld &
Co., for a wholesale liquor license fui
their store at that place, was denied.
was Expended for Burveys of this road?
4. Why was this road built In sec-
B. Has the so-called "road cngtn-
eer" full charge of the construction of
the government roads, on the Island
ot Hawaii T
C, T)fant the duties ot the road en
7. Why was a section of road built
and then abandoned, or tho road from
Punaluu to the upper government
8. Did the government pay for tho
piece of abandoned government road?
9. If so how much?
10. Why was a section of road be
tween Wnlohlnu, Kebuku, Kau, built
nnd then nbandonrd?
11. Did the government pay for the
construction ot this mad?
n nr th a mail? '
12. If so how much?
13. How much was spent for sur
veys on this road?
14. Does tho road engineer receive
his salary during his absence from tho
IB. Why haB not the road In Kona
known ns the Pnpn road ftccn complet
ed? Dickey Introduced a resolution re
lating to the amounts duo tho lla'Wn
llaii postmasters for tho Republic of
Hawaii stamps, which had been turned
over to tho Federal authorities In June,
This resolution calls for n state
ment of the nmount on hnnd thnt nn
Item to reimburse may be put In tho
appropriation bill. Adopted.
Emmeluth then submitted a favor
able report on House Rill No. 13.
Deckley reported adversely upon thu
petition of the Hawaiian Relief Society
nsking for finances to carry out lt
work of relief.
The report on the bill- to relmbure
H M. Dow for $140 brought out sharp
discussion. Paele had looked up tho
matter and considered It a Just claim.
Makekau thought the High Sheriff
should havo presented the claim and
not Clerk Dow, nnd as this had not
been clone, he thought there was no
truth in the How report, anu moumii
thnt the House should adopt a resolu
tion ousting Mr, Dow from oince.
The minority report claimed that
there was not sufficient grounds men
tinned In tho Dow petition to Justify
the claim being paid, nnd upon a voto
being taken on It wns sustained by a
voto of 10 ayes and 10 noes.
Houso bill No. 2 wns up for third
rending under the ordor of the day.
This called for $25,000 to repair dam
ages of the late storm, Dickey moved
that It pass.
Ileekley wanted $1,000 Inserted for
the roads of Moloknl. PrendcrgnBt
was the father of a measure to cut
down tho Walluku appropriation and
glvo Moloknl $,000.
Hflilo was out for $1,000 for Lnbuln.i.
Dickey was on his feet ngaln with n
request for $10,000 for Mnknwno, In
pluco of $8,000 and advanced several
reasons why tho amount should bo In
creased. He. said tho Homo miters
from Kuln were voting to keep tho
peoplo who placed them In office from
obtaining good roads.
Itobcrtson aroso anil stated thnt he
might ns well get In on the ground
floor of tho appropriation bill and
moved that tho net be amended by add-
Ing the sum of $10,000 for Oahu.
Emmcluth spoke against the mot'i-
ods adopted by members In offering
amendments during third reading1 of
the bill. It was finally ordered type
written nnd made the order for the
House bill No. 3 relating to the Ju
risdiction of Circuit Judges nt cham
bers tn matters concerning the rela
tions of guardTan nnd ward, etc., pastel
the third rending by a vote of 23 to 1,
House bill No. 5 to authorize the re
moval of persons under guardianship
nnd the personal property of such per
sons out of this Territory passed the
Recess to 1:30 p. m.
Captain Pedersen of the steamer Ml
kahata, has been placed In command of
the new steamer Hanalet. It Is prob
able that Captain Mosher will take the
Mlkahala and Captain Oreene the Ke
auhou. BARK OLYMPIC OVERDUB.
Considerable anxiety Is being felt
here for the bark Olympic, which ts
now long overdue from San Francisco
for this port,
Tho vessel left San Francisco 32 days
ago nnd, under ordinary circumstances
should have, made the run tn about
None of the vessels arriving here of
late have seen anything of her, al
though, all report exceptionally bad
As the Olympic had a very heavy
deck load of machinery nnd bricks, It
Is thought probable that Captain Glbbs
has had to nurse his vessel along, lit
many friends In port are nnxlously
awaiting news of his safe arrival.
Damage Case on
Trial in U, S. Court
In the United bintes District Court
this morning expert testimony was
heard for tho plaintiff In thu damage
suit ot Kamaka Kckauoha against
The Schooner Robert Lewcrs Com
pany. Captain C. J. Campbell and Dr.
N. 11. Emerson gavu expert testimony.
The case was resumed at i o clock.
The suit Is for o.uoO as damages to
tho plaintiff for the death of her hus
band while working on the schooner
Petition to declare Klnsabura Toml
shlnia. a Illlo merchant, a bankrupt,
was flled In tho United States court
this nfternoon. It Is nllvged that tho
defendant gave a mortgage to Hack,
fold & Co.. Jeopardizing the rights of
other creditors, ami asks that the
mortgage ho set aside nnd that tho
assets bo distributed pro rata among
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NEARLY CAPSIZED SATURDAY.
The Sfhnxtlan Unch nearly turned
I turtle Saturday night. The Carrolton
wns nlongsldo. tnung Imi.nxt from tho
old Imrk. Fifty tons wcro taken out
when shct suddenly enreened to port.
Several hundred bags of Hyman
Ilros." rice wns btored In tho flach and
when sho heeled over sho began to
lenk very fast. It was found necessary
to mom tho rlco to keep It irom being
ruined, and so It was tnkon to tho Pa
cific Mnll wharf.
The water In tho old hulk rose
steadily until It was eight feet deep.
She will have to be rcballasted nnd
then pumped out before sho can bo
ngaln used as n storehouse.
Mrs. W, C. J. Oltmnnn, who hns been
III for tho past five months, during
which time she underwent a dangerous
operation ut the Queen's hospital nnd
wns more than once at tho point of
death. Is now reported out of danger at
her homo at Walklkl. Her recovery ts
attributed entirely to tho skill and de
vntlon of her physician, Dr. Walter
WIiIIq making nn arrest Sunday
night .Ofllcer Muleltncr was badly bat
tered by n gang of natives. Three have
.already been nrrested. They are Da-
vi(1 Kauakiiplhea. Solomon Knlanl and
i.niao, Tne mBt named has already
served two or three terms on the reef
on tho chnrgo ot assault and battery.
Alfred Dahlstrom, a natlvo of Swt
den was mado an American citizen by
Judge Esteo this morntng. Dahlstrom
has lived In Honolulu since 1893 and
served In tho arm ot the Hawaiian Re
public Tho coroner's Inquest over the death
of Knplhn, n native, at Iwllel, last Fri
day night, Is being held nt tho police
stntlon this afternoon. Deliberations
began at 2 o'clock.
Only thp .Master to Iltnmo and Mu-
daniq Ilutterlly are tho treats the Klcir
ence Hoborts Company offer for to
morrow night. Tickets aro goln,
INDUCTION SALE OF
HATS AT IWAKAMl'S,
The Moana hotel will bo closed to
tho public after 5 o'clock for today
MDI.I.i:. nOLOjlES IN PROGRESS
HALL THIS EVENING.
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David Dayton, Trustee,
Paul Neumann and W.
H. Pain File Motion.
.. MANDAMUS McCANDLESS
Has Been Trying to Get a Building
Permit for the Past
Month With no
In the Circuit Court this morning
Lorrln Andrews, as attorney for Kuu
Wing Chew, applied for a writ of man
damus compelling J, A. McCnndtcas,
Superintendent of Public Works, .to
Issue n building permit to his client.
The Chinaman made application for a
permit February 7 and haB been wait
ing since that time for the permission
to ereit a building on Smith street,
about 100 feet from Hotel street.
The matter came up before Judga
Humphrey this morning. Attorney
General Dole representing the Depart
ment of Public Works. A contlnuaim
was asked by tho Attorney Ocneral un
til Wednesday, The Court, however,
ordered that the case be made special
business for -I o'clock this afternoon.
Motion for leave to Intervene In tin
case of dear. Lansing & Co. vs. The
Maunalel Sugar Company was argued
today In the Circuit Court. Tho motion
was made by Holmes & Stanley fol
David Dayton, trustee, Paul Neumann
and W. II. Pain.
The motion set forth that the partlet
named are the owners of certain land
on I.anal at present occupied by tho
Maunalel Sugnr Company. Ltd., for .he
purposes of a sugar plantation. It Is
nlsn stated that the lands were leased
by tho Interveners to Gear. Lansing
A Co.. for tho term of fifty years nt a
rental of $10,000 per year, nnd that the
Maunalel Sugar Company, Ltd. was In
corporated for the development of said
land as n sugar plantation, nnd the
lease assigned to said corporation. Tho
motion also states that the rental was
duly paid to the Interveners up 'to
April 1, 1900, nnd since then $10,000
hns become due on said rental und re
mains unpaid. Thnt proceedings for
the collection of said rcntnl were de
ferred from time to time to nllnw the
defendant corporation to erorgnnlze;
and that being Informed on March 2.
thnt negotiations for reorganization
had been Ineffectual, Intervenors auth
orized distraint upon nil tho effects nnJ
property of the defendant corporation
on said lands, '
On Mnrch 0 tho Intervenors wero
served with nn Injunction, enjoining
them from this seizure or distraint un
til the further order of tho court, '
AffldnvltH of Paul Neumnnn nnd W.
II. Pain nre attached to tho motion.
The mntter will bo argued at 10 o'clock
Petition ot the Hawaiian Trust nnd
Investment Co.. guardian for the Ka
hookano minors, was flled today ask
ing for nuthorlty to convey real prop
erty. The application recites that peti
tioner believes title to certain lands
held by J. K. Kahookano at the tlmo
of tils deecaBP, was merely In trust for
the Honolulu Plantation Company.
Tho wnrds of tho petitioner Inherited
tho legal title onlytand authority Is
nsked to convey the property to tho
said company ns the rightful owner.
THE WATERMAN. IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sires; all shapes. H.
Do not overlook your footwear
to match your costume, " They are Beau
ties," an J agooj large assortment to mako
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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