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'. v RMUTION MAKES
Kanuha Out .fo Reduce
Expenses of Pres-
, ent Session.
MATTER WHEN VOTED ON
l ..STANK SEVEN, SEYM
Chair Votes to Lay on Table Ka
lauokalani Says it Too Late
to Do Anything
When the Senate met this morning,
Mr. Kalauokalanl reported for tha
Printing Committee that Senate bills. C,
SO, 28, SO and 31 hare been passed.
Mr, Paris reported a& follows (or the
I'ubll; Lands Commtttco'on the matter
of lir. Kaoht's resolution asking-for
appropriations for roads in North, and
rirtti The road from Kawalahao,
South Kohala, to Kahualono or boun
dhVy of North Konn being the lower
government road over which the week
lymajls are carried to Kona and Kau
i In b'ad condition, and the road has
riot sufficient to repair It. Your com-
. , mlttee would recommend an Item of
T ' "jO.OOd'b'e Ihscrted In the appropriation
bill but should. read $1,000 for repair of
lower government road from Kawalhae
to boundary of North Kona and $2000
for repairs to lower government road
fromtfihola to boundary of South Ko
hala. For the road from Kawalhae, S, Ko
hala, to Puuhue, we would recommend
the Item of $4500 be Inserted In the ap
propriation bill .
The last Item asked for we consider
will be covered by tho-emergency bill.
We therefore recommend the resolution
Ira laid on the table to be considered
with the appropriation bill. - i
Tlio resolution was adopted.
Mr. Carter reported for. the minority
of the Judiciary Commtttco on Senato
bill 20, recommending that this bill bo
laid on the table In order that It might
be rearranged. The report was laid on
the tablo to be considered with the
Mr. C. Drown reported for tho select
committee on the matter of the Sen
ate stenographer. The substance of tho
report is contained In the following
resolution, submitted with the report:
De It resolved, That tho stenographer
lie paid for the services to bo rendered
and already rendered by him during tho
term of tho present session, the sum
of one thousand dollars. That ho fur
nish the copy of ench day's proceedings
duly transcribed from his stenographic
notes; such proceedings shall contain
as nearly as can bo a full record of all
speeches mado and proceedings had,
during each day's session of the Senate,
to the clerk of the Senate. That said
clerk shall cause five hundred copies
of each day's proceedings so furnished
to be printed each day In the English
ant Hawaiian languages distributed
among or furnished tho Senator for
distribution in such manner as they
And be It further resolved, That tho
resolution heretoore passed command
ing the clerk fo print five hundred
copies each day of the journal of the
Senate be rescinded.
Tho resolution was amended by Mr.
Carter to read 250 copies In English
and the same number In Hawaiian and
tho report was then adopted.
In addition to " COLLEGE IULL8"
suburb, we offer the following city?
$2,500 House and lot, 90x200 at Sea
$8,200 6 Room House, Stable, etc., In
Puuonul, Lot 100x100,
$0,000 7 Room House, servants quarters
fernery, etc., located on Prospect
St., commanding a magnificent
$5,800 6 Room House, fine lanal. splen
didly lecated near Oahu Col ege,
$ft,t 00 U acre In Kalllil, 5 room cottage,
tble, servants' house, etc., near
Kamehameha IV Road.
$D,roo 7 Roim House on Beretanla Ave.
Lot 80 ft. Le runs through to
$4,000 Lot 100x100, Kewalo, containing
$5,000 ?i Acre for subdivision, just off
$5,000 Lot 110x150 on Ketaumoku St
near Wilder Ave.
92,750 Choice Lot, 80x175, at head of
Detailed Information will be given upon
application at our office.
McClellan, Pond & Co,
TbL. MAIN tV). JUDD UUIUDING
The Molokal committee was granted
Mr, C. Drown read his net rolallag to
the regulating the observance of Sun
day, It took the regular course.
Mr. K06M read by title his bill on
fisheries. This also toot; the regular
Mr. Kaohl gave notice of his Inten
tion to Introduce a bill "to repeal sec
tion 022 and tho latter paragraphs of
ssctlons 924 and 925 of tho Penal Laws,
relating to vaccination.
Mr. Kanuha gave notice of his in
tention to Introduce, an Act "To control
and rigulato tho manufacture, trans
portation and sale of liquors, opium,
awa and other Intoxicants within the
LTerrltorr of HawolL
I' Mjy'KanuBa then presented the to-
tuning cuui-tll 1 mi resutllUua,
Do It resolved by the Senate, the
House of .Representatives concn'rrlng:
That the standing commlttccs,o( tht
Sonato'ftnd of the House of Represen
tatives having In charge Public Ex
penditure, tho examination of the sev
eral public departments, and the as
certalnlng of whether public monies
have been disbursed conformably with
law shall meet together for the fol
First. In order to rnoro systemati
cally perform their duties and plan
Jhelr-work to tho bent advantage,
2. To arrange for tho joint employ
ment of expert accountants, clerks and
such other assistance as may bo deemed
necessary. In order to obtain results
with speed, accuracy and economy.
Chairman Com. on Ways and Means.
This resolution gave rlso to a great
deal of argument. Mr. C. Drown, sec
onded by Mr. Baldwin, moved to adopt
while Mr. White, seconded by Mr. J.
Drown, moved to reject. Sir. Kanuha
supported his resolution, saying that
It was drawn up In the line of economy.
However, It was evidently the purpose
of his side' to. spend the money of the
people In a thriftless manner.
Mr. Carter arose to a point of order,
saying that the chair could not en
tertain two motions at once. One mo
tion must bo disposed of. The choir
sustained the point or order. ,
Mr. White appealed from the ruling
of tho chair. ' The chair was sustained
by a oto of 7 to 7, Mr. Kanuha voting
with, the minority.
Mr.KalauokalanftwM that" the time
Vad gtne.by'for any Such "action as the
resolution proposed. The House had
gon along and dono work aldng thla
ilhc. He referred to the Are claims and
said that tho sum of $15,000 was only
a drop in tho bucket compared wun
this. Who had done this thing that
had brought about the losses by flroT
Not the Senate, surely.
After much more discussion, Mr.
White moved that the resolution be
laid on the table. This was seconded
by Kalauokalanl. The vote stood 7 to
7, Mr. Kanuha voting with tho minor
Ity of tho Senate. Tho chair then de
rlded the matter by voting to lav on
At 11:30 o clock, tho Senato took
recess until 1:30 p. m.
Hotel Bund Concept.
The band will glvo npeclal pro
gram at the Hawaiian hotel this en en
ling at the usual time. Tho following
program has been nrranged:
Overture Poet and Peasant ....Suppe
Chorus Tannhnauser Sullivan
'Aloha I Hlkl Mai. Na Molokama.
Miss J. Kelllaa.
Inoa no Walplo. Nant Hill Po 1
Mrs. N. Alapai,
Reminiscences of all Nations ....
Intermezzo Cavallerla Rustlcana.
Waltz On tho Deautlful Dlue Dan
j ube .vj Strauss.
I Marc! The Shrfncrs Knppcy
' Aloha Qc. God Save tho King.
The Austrian Anthem.
Tho Star Spangled Danner.
llcalanl MlnHtrels Itelienrne,
The rehearsals of tho Healanl Mlns
arels Indicate that the entertainment
tpbe given by tho members of the
Healanl Doat Club will be a complete
success. The show will bo given some
time. In May and the public will be
treated to a display of originality not
supposed to oxlst In the city.
Artistic programs arc being designed
by John Plver and Iloy Yardlcy. Somo
of thoso who will bear conspicuous
parts are Messrs. Cunha, Woodbrldge,
West, Ilenear, Webster, Plver, Dunn,
Livingston, Mariner, Yardlcy, Kldd,
Raymond, Lloyd, Peterson, Conkllng,
Klston, Dillingham, Prouty and others.
e?u1t fop Divorce.
Maurlo I). Rhodes has brought suit
for dlvorco against rrank Clifford
Rhodes on the ground of oxtromo cruel
ay. She asks for tho custody of their
Infant son. Judgo Humphreys has Is
sued an Injunction restraining libelee
from entering or attemptln to enter tho
house of llbellant at 51 School street,
RnDUCTION SALE OF STRAW
IJATS AT IWAKAMI'S, HOTKL
SpreckllsvilLe, RobbryMli'W OF
(Djr Wireless Telegraph.) ' ' l ' O
Wallnku, March 15. The stojo at Camri No. 5, Spreckclsvllle, was O
entered last night and lie safe containing $900 In cash was made O
away with. ,
There Is absolutely no cluft to the men who' manipulated the rob- O
bery. From all Indications It, was not tho work of llrst class nrtlsts. O
though the results were fruitful. o
The police oro on close watch for tho criminals. O
ONLY VERBAL STATEMENT
TO JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
Denies That He Discussed Gear When
Called on President Judge
Washington, D, C, Feb, 22. Judge
Gear Is receiving the congratulations of
;f)ls many Washington friends upon his
appointment as Circuit Judge for First
CJrcilt of Hawaii.
Tbero was a pleased gathering lu
Senator Clarke's committee room short
ly after the nomination was announced
ami the Judge held nn Informal recep
.iunwlfh many callers.
Delegato Wilcox vsa not among tho
number. Jle was at that particular mo
ment trying to secure audiences with
the members of the Senate' Judlclar
Committee to Inform them that be did
not approve of Mr. Gear as a Judicial
officer of Hawaii, and entered his prn-
u-Hi against a lavoraoie report upon
tho nomination. Delegate Wilcox,
however, confined his protest to a ver
bal ono and has made no written ro
quest for a rejection. A local paper
reported yesterday that Delegate Wil
cox had called on the President to ex
press his disapproval of the appoint
ment, but Wilcox denies that his re
potfls true. He says he merely call
ed upon the President to pay his re
spects, and to present some personal
From Interviews with several meia
hereof the Judiciary Committee It Is
learned that Mr. Gear's appointment
will be favorably reported and prob
ablyi confirmed Monday next. Judge
Gear expects to start for Hawaii on
J. A. nilHCKONS.
Tfie attention, of Investors and cnpl
tayatfl. Is calls J to, real estate salo to be
heliln tho.Uill'Sroom of Jus. F. Mor
gan, C5 Queen street, tomorrow at 12
The property to be offered furnishes
the best business sites offered for sala
In this city. Lot A Is a very valuable
parcel of land Just above Hotel street
and having a boundary of 10S feet on
Fort street and 184 feet on Union
street with a depth of 171 feet through
from street to street. The area of
this lot Is 28,021 square feet. The ex
tension of Pauahl street fnnm Fort to
Union street will glvo this lot a very
largo frontage on I'auha street. Thl
property will bo started at an upset
price of $85,000. Dulldlngs to go with 1
Lot D on the corner of Union and
Hotel streets has a frontage of 14 feet
on Hotel streot, 89 feet on Union
street and depth of 70 feet adjoining
Lot A Area of lot 3284 nquars foot.
This U a fine lot on which a three-
story building for a enfo or dry goods
trade, offices nnd hotel purposes,
would bring good returns. Upset prlco
$15,000. A small building owned by
King Hros. Is to bo removed by them.
Lot C of nearly nn acre, on tho main
business thoroughfares of Ilorctanla
ami Nuuanu streets offers a splendid
chance for Investment. The lot has a
frontage of 205.5 feet on Nuuanu street,
190 feet on Deretanla street and 203.7
feet or. Chaplain street. Tho area of
tho lot Is 41,9'j2 square feet, This large
lot Is capable of subdivision and Is t
safe Investment with overy assuranco
of rapidly Increasing In value.
upBct; prlco is $95,000.
go with the. land.
In all theso properties offered for'
salo, tho areas aro given as net, nftcr
tho lines of street widening have been
fixed with tho government.
The title given Is a warnnty deed.
Tho terms of Bale aro In favor of
tho Lujcr, being one-half cash nnd
balance on mortgage from 3 to 5 years
at G per cent. Deeds at purchasers ex
pense. THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H
MoT UNITY HIE IU
WILL BE A GRAND FETE
FOR OLD, YOUNG AND GUESTS
Tomorrow Evening Will be Given
Over to Dancing Best of
Music Has Been
The women, having the management
of the Maternity Home luau In charge
are bUBy today wjth top flnularrangc
ments. flier iJlaiw'Wf nil worked out
smoothlyand the, ee,nt wilt J)e arJ
rled to a finish tomorrow with complete
success. "" l " ..
The platH'(nrpjto have the luau ta
bles spread lor guests betwefnliha-
hours of 12 noon', and 10-p.-m. -After.
6 o'clockonly tjvo tables will be kept
running, the otWer space being cleared
for the dancers. The dance will be
the liveliest feature of the entertain
ment. Th best natlv&Jqufnet club" 11
ine city wii nimisii music an after
noon ami evening. Tht Hawaiian band
will also n present , . "
The sale of tickets has been Immense
and tbc crowds whlth will attend will
be one of tho attractions. Tho pur
chase of the fifty cent, children's tick
ets has been overlooked by the public.
The disposition of tho people seems to
be generous In tho purchase of the
higher1, priced tickets but the managers
are" especially desirous that the event
be made a gala day for children and
any one so Inclined can make the little
folks happy at fifty cents apiece.
CERTIORARI . AFTER THE
BOARD OF HEALTH
Arguments in the iDamatre.Suit'in Oi
S. Court PostflW 'icl M
fi Monday by Judge
Probate matters occupied Judgo
Humphreys at chambers nil this fore
noon. The will of F. F, Madeira was admit
ted to probate. J, F, llosa was ap
pointed administrator with the will
annexed under bond of $100.
Motion of Joseph Clark, n beneficiary
In the estate of Joseph Lazarus, was
Tho will of A, A. Dolron was admit
ted to probate and David Dayton ap
pointed administrator with the will an-
nexcj under bond of $500.
Vnnntr TInir urna ntinnlnlml mlmlnle.
,,, , ,,. ,,., ,,. ,,
.,h.w u, lllu I.IH.C ". VfltUMf, IUI
under $1500 bond. ,
Several annual accounts were refer
red to the clerks of tho Court for ex
amination,. Owing to tho Indisposition of Judge
Estee, the argument In tho case of Ka
maka Kekauoha vs. Tho Schooner Rob
ert Lewcrs Co., was postponed this
morning to Monday,
Attorney C. C. Hitting, for Dr. W. 8.
Nohlltt, has applied for n writ of cer
tiorari In the Circuit Court to bring the
recorils of the Hoard of Health In the
proceedings, cancelling tho license of
Dr, Nohlltt, before Judgo Humphreys
The Oahu Carriage Mfg Co., Ltd.. a
new corporatlonj.has been formed for the
purpose of manufacturing carriages and
vehicles of all kind. Thev ha e erected
fquite a large building on River street be
tween DcicMuna una rriuiiu, uniy com
petent help'employed Mr Loo Chin, who
for many years was In the employ of W.
W. WtlUit Carriage Co, vl(l have the
management of the new company. At the
meeting uf the stockholders of the com
pany held yesterday the following officers
were sleeted: President, Wat Glng; vice
president, David Bent; secretary. Henry
Loo Kongi treasurer, Loo Chin, and
auditor, Chang Qual,
Tho special Houao committee to in
vestigate the granting of liquor li
censes, meets this evening at 7-30 In a
room adjoining the assembly ball. All
thoso Interested In tills question are
asked to be present,
Shriners Parade Will
Start from Progress
Hall at Four.
ALOHA TEMPLE WILL BE
Names of the Visiting Nobles Who
Will Confer Degrees on
the Local Can
didates. The parade of Shriners this after
noon through the streets of Honolulu
will be a pretty sight. Imperial Po
tentnlc. Lou D.WInsor and his retln-
lie rnlii'4 In ,n.llf TnrkUh ,.r...
silk and;ath. will present a daiillng"0,,!?1" Vlalte'1, hy th,e Admiral of
nlniiro ' - the Drltlsh man of war Warsplte, ao-
.,'Tlj7-priJleslon, will start from Prog
reV'ltall a little before 4 o'clock. It
will po ilnwp Dcrctanla to Miller street, I
and. dgji.Mlllcr to the Capitol grounds.
where photographs will be taken. It
will then proceed to King street,
manning to-tha music of tho Hawaiian
band up to Fort, thence to the Kail.
Tho itch regalia ordered by the
charter members of Aloha Temple, will
be worn by tho officers. These gar-
v. ... . j .
"D" e i" unrai ever mime lor any
Triple In the United States and
madPand desltne.l l.v Tho i a wi.
cott Co., of JDowaglac. Mich. The
visiting nobles of Saladln Temple and,
an Arab Patrol of sixteen Arabs will
be arrayed In full Shrlner regalia.
Other visiting nnd local Shriners will
wear evening dress and fez. The nov
ices will bo In waiting at the Masonic
Temple and will Join the procession as
It returns to Progress hall.
The ceremony of Initiation will, then
begirt at once. In this work, Imperial
Potentate Lou D. Wlnsor will act ns
Potentate. F. O. Evans of Za-ga-ZIg
Temple will be chief Raban; W. H.
McOregor, Moslem Temple, Assistant
Raban; N. A. Stoddard, Saladln Tem
ple, High Priest and Prophet: C. E..
Fink, Saladln Temple, Oriental Guldo;
L. E. Wood, Saladln Temple, Marshall:
V. O. Jacobs. El Rlad Temple. Cere
monial Master: II. D. Vaughn. Moslem
Temple, Assistant CeremonUl Master;
Dr. F. N,. Uonlne, Saladln Temple,
McbenjVU; ('U .Qulgloy. Saladln Tern
SHIhll ) , ?lltllilll ll-lll-
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DUector; C. V. Djkeman. Kismet
Captain of the Guard; J. A.
Saladln Temple, Outer Guard;
Herkner, Captain of Arab Patrol.
Tho House met thin morning at 9
o'clock, nnd after reading tho Journal
of jesterday, several of tho members
called attention to faults In tho min
utes which provoked considerable dla
cusslon, rclntlvo to the disposition of
certain resolutions. Tho Journal was
finally adopted with slight alterations.
Kaauwal Introduced his bill relative
to teaching tile Hawaiian Innguago In
public schools. Passed by title,
PuukI Introduced a resolution for Civ
Insertion of certain mad Items In thn
appropriation bill. Tabled to bo con
sidered with the bill.
Kwnllko introduced the following:
"Resolved, Thnt tho Secretary of the
Territory be and he Is hereby request
ed to furnish tho House a lUt of per
sons drawing monies from the Treasury
under appropriation 'Support of the
Military payroll.' Also to present
monthly expenditures If any under the
appropriation 'Support of Military.' "
Deckley Introduced a resolution ask
ing tho Secretary of the Territory to
furnish tho Houso with tho names of
all persons employed by tho Territory
In the city of Honolulu, their nation
ality, whether citizens or not. Adopted.
Robertson gave notice of the fol
lowing bill: "An Act to amend section
45 of chapter 67 of tho Session Laws of
1892 minting to rases of absence, dis
qualification and vacancy In tho ofilcoa
of Circuit Judges."
Moxsman Introduced n. resolution as
follows: Resolved, That the Secretary
of the Territory forthwith submit to
this House all matters pertaining to
tho political prisoners of 1895, Adopt
Tho rules of tho Hoiiso were suspend
ed to nllow Hoogs tho present a mo
tion which was secoiidiM. to return to
the Auditor Genera! the communication
of yesterday to have Inserted the
amounts paid tho various government
officials, who were entitled to a CO days'
Makalnal reported from tho Com
mittee on Public Lands on IIouro bill
30 lelntlvo to sowerace and iccom-
M MIT MILITIA
mending that It pass with certain
House bill No. t, to provide a Great
Seal lor tho Territory passed the third
Houko bill No. 1C on Criminal Juris
diction of District Magistrates passed
tho third reading.
Hoiiso bill No, 17 relating to Practlco
In Criminal Cases and amending Sj
slon Iaws of 1870 was next tip.. Rob
ertson offered several amendments af
ter which the bill wan oriUreil tpe
wrltten nnd mnde'thd'order of the day
House bill No. 2C was up for second
reading. This deals with the Desertion
of Husband nnd Wife.
Dickey stated that according to his
list the bill was rejected on Its sec
ond reading. After discussion the clulr
so ruled. '
House bill No. 18 Defining Fclonle
and Misdemeanors passed the second
reading and third reading set for Mon
day. Hoiiso bill No. 20 to amend sections
72 and 873 of the Penal Laws of 1897,
relative to regulations and rules for
burying the dead, was up for second
reading. Makekau seconded the mo
tion of nmmelulh to table the bill un
til It was taken up with tho Senate
During the morning proceedings tho
companlcd by his officers In full uni
form The Territorial band In tho
Cnpltol grounds plnycd "God Save tho
King.' which was mistaken by the
cbnir for the national anthem and he
called upon the members to rls In
their seats and show respect to the
United States. At this stage of tho
proceedings Deckley nrose In his seat
and Informed tho chair that ho could
not sec why tho members should bo
called upon to iflse, when "Qod Sae
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"pect t0 the Admiral and his staff. Con
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Tho House adjourned until 1:30.
Tho afternoon session of the Houso
adjourned at 1:45 for lack of quorum.
Pilot Freeman of San 1'ranclsco, who
was brought hero on account of stress
of weather by tho steamer Sierra Is of
the opinion that Pilot Jordan will bo
exonerated from blame In tho Rio dis
aster The visiting pilot lays tho blame
on tho Rlo's engineers who he sas
had not sufilclent steam In th cboilers
to propel the vessel faster than 3
Ullles nil hour Wlllln thn liminl Rnfko.t nn
1 ,'ntcr"1K ho harbor Is 9ft miles. He
uas formed this opinion from talks
wlth Jordan and his own knowledge.
1 ' rueraan thinks tho Rio was drifting
1 faster with tho strong current than she
was going ahead with hor propeller. Ho
Is of opinion that tho vessel struck on
Tho engineer of tha Rio has told two
different stories of tho wreck and was
finally mado to acknowledge on the,
witness stand that; when sbo stnick.be
was In bed and could nut have, known
how much steam was fn tho boilers.
Captain Fieeraan In speaking of tho
01mple now overdue Micro sayB ho
saw l'r leavo San Francisco. Sho was
In good condition and did not have a
heavy deck load as reported. He ex
plains her long passago by saying that
the vessel Is probably to tho westward
of Oahu having been ilown out of her
course by the heavy SE winds which
Tako a rills' on tno Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy tho jin
surpasscd view of ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks Its best from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
Do not overlook your footwear
to match your costume. " They are Heau
ties," anJ a good large assortment to make
iour 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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