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Vol. X. No. 1811. .
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Three Senate Measures
Passed Third Reading
ANOTHER PETITION IN
FAVOROF MISSEL'S act
Committees Report on Petition!; and
Bills Kaohi and His Resolu
In the Senate this forenoon, (our bills
passed third rending without a singles
dissenting vote". This Is a record that
the Senators nre Justly proud as was
well brought out by remarks overheard
when a recess had been taken. To ecle
brate the event, the Senate decided not
to meet until 2 o'clock this afternoon.
When the Senate met this morning,
Mr. Kaohl tried to bring up again tho
resolution Increasing tho pay of the
seigeant-at-arnis, messenger and Jani
tor which was killed yesterday but
the chnlr ruled that It would have to1
wait until tho proper tlroo. I
A communication from tho houso
transmitting House bill 09 was read.
On motion of Mr, Kalauoknlanl, tho
bill passed first rcadln;.
Under suspension of rules, Mr. Ilus
sel read the following petition from
tire Protective League of Honolulu on
the Dispensary bill:
Wp recognize tho very many excel
lent features of this bill nnd shall re
joice If It shall becomo an Act, with
certnln changes, which you may have
decided upon already, hut which wp
would like to emphasize
1. That tho manufacture of vinous
and malt litiuors as mentioned In sec
tion 1 be placed under restrictions
similar to those applying to distilled
2. That section 23 be guarded against
inrAticlnr tTin mimlifr nf rostaurants
or so-called hotels and also that tha
Board of Control or mtnngcr no au
thorized to refuse to sell to lestau
rants nnd hotels of unfit character, and
nlso that manifest cvnsions of tho pro
visions or intent of tho Act bo punish
ed. 3. That section 13 be so chnnged as
to permit all women who nro citizens
of the United States nnd residents of
the precinct to vote. Two days' regis
tration before tho day set for balloting
might be advantageous.
4. That ln section 13 such changes
be made as shall obvlato tho dlfllculty
of securing a majority voto when
four propositions aro considered at one
time. Perhaps tho word "plurality"
would answer or tho voto might bo tak
en on each proposition separately.
5. A vital point In section 43 is
found In lines 41 and 44, where the
words nre used "majority of persons
entitled to vote" or "people entitled to
vote." There Is tho difficulty that a
portion of tho voters may not present
themselves nnd tho majority or plu
rality of tho votes cast would not bo a
majority of tho pcoplo entitled to voto
"In the district." Tho words "entitled
to vote" might bo stricken out and
tho word "voting" be Inserted In each
Uuo (41 and 44),
0. The manager of Intoxicants
should be a man of laige ability and
should be worth a larger salary than
$3500 for tho first two years nnd $2500
thereafter. Wo would euggcst'$2000 In
crease on each proposition.
7. The Hoard of Control will have
n large amount of work wo would sug
gc that n salary of (1000 should bo
granted to each of Its members..
That a bill of so great Importance
A PRETTY COTTAGE
IS NOT AS GOOD A
at to purchase It at n low figure, on easy
tcrmc) and by planting trees, shrubs and
lUiucr. Increase the value c your Invent,
mtnt, Wl' HAVE A NI'AT
SIX ROOM COTTAtil:
on King ftrett, just completed, tli.it vie
.till sl to the right (i title on the follow-
Miiiillily l-Mynitfiijw. mrw)ii
McCJollan, Pond & Co,
MIDI) HUH DIM)
should need soma changes Is self-evl-itcnt.
Hut that this can be ,lnnc with
out sacrificing a slngh essential point
In tli ebtll as It stands Is nlso evident.
We therefore ask any doubting mem
bers of your body to give Mil' bill fa
vornblo consideration and aid In so
perfecting Its provisions that It may ac
complish Its good work for this Terri
tory. We would ask that tho consider
ation of this bill be not put Into the
hands of a commission as was done
In 1895, but that the measure be made a
law nnd tested by Its results.
In behalf of the Protective League- of
We rV,aaln your petltlencrs,
W. A. I10WKN,
President of tho Protective League of
DAN II. CASK,
Secretary of the Protective League of
This petition was referred to tho
Committee on Miscellaneous Petitions.
Mr. White presented a petition from
fifty citizens of Kula. Maul, for $7500
for laying pipes from Kamaole to tho
government road at Kula. The petition
was referred to the Public Lands Com
Mr. Kanuha reported for the Ways ,
nnd Means Committee on Senate bill i
72, relating to licenses, recommenu- Washington, arrived In tho city yes
Ing Its passage. Tho report was laid teriIay , the ufon. Mr, packer will
on tho tnblo to be taken up with bills rcnmn fionolulu ten dds or two
72 and 27. ' weeks and Is here on a purely pleasure
Mr. Achl reported for tho Commlttrn tr)p ln CongrcM( j-r lacker Is a
on.Mlsccllancous Petitions on the petl- .,,,!,,. of thQ Commlttcc on Ran
tlo'n of the Ministerial Union, recom-, Af-airB ,he committee on Private Land
mending that tho same be laid on the clumg ad tho Committee on Expcndl
tablo to be considered with tho bill. n , ,n0 state jc,);,rlmcnt. Ho has
Report adopted. lakcn an,n'ctlvc Interest In tho llawa-
Mr. Achl reported further for the I ,, .,?? .incn ,hn nri.. ,. of
committee on tho petition from
Koloa calllnK for tho nl-0ltlon "'
rnetrlMInn nn mtliltn nnil tlin Witt, re-
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commending that the petition be tnbl
cd. Itcport adopted
Mr, White gave notice of his Inten
tion to Introduce tho following bill:
An Act to amend section 91 of Act Ct
of tho Kenslon l.aws of 183G, entitled
"An Act to amend, ndd to nnd consoli
date the Laws" relating to certain li
censes and to repeal tho following laws,
viz. "approved the 12th day of June,
A. D. 1896.
Mr. Achl gave notice of his Intention
to Introduce "An Act to encourage tho
cultivation of taro." Later on, this bill
was rend first time by title nnd rtfor
red to tho Printing Committee,
Mr. N'akapaahu presented a petition
from residents of Wnlmea asking for
f 1500 for grading nnd macadamizing
the road from Walmca to the pall road
"t Kaneohla Hanapepe; 12000 for tb.
mnil frnm Wnlmnn in .illlinin Mnnn
I road from Wnlmea to Pollbale, Mana,
Kauai; $500 for tho road ln Nlllinu and
$15,000 for n breakwater nt Walmca.
Tho petition was referred to tho Com
mltteo on Public Lands.
The following bills wcro then read
tho third tlmo nnd paeced without n
dissenting voice, Mr. Knnuha voting
"kanalua" In the first nnd Mr, Crabbo
bolng nbsent during tho consideration
of nil four:
1, Senate bill. 7, relating to tho con
cealment of tho death of n newly born
2. Scnato bill 17, relating to tho pro
tection of places of sepulture.
3. Sennto bill 21, relating to tho
criminal conduct of an officer with a
prisoner In his charge.
1. Senate bill 23, relating to the il
legal marking of llvo stock.
Scnato bill 03 was brought up In sec
ond rending nnd referred to a special
commlttco composed of Messrs. C.
Drown, Win. Whlto nnd W. C. Achl,
' President Kalue as ex-offlclo
Mr. Kalauokalant reported tho fol
lowing bits presented to tho Governor
Home bill 2. "An Act to appropriate
nn Emergency Fund to bo used In re
pairing tho damage caused by tho lato
Senate bill. 28, "Jin Act to prohibit
tho unlawful wearing tho badgo of the
G. A. n."
Sonato bill 33 "An Act to protect la
borcri nnd employes from extortion,"
At llt'O o'clock, tho Scnato took a
recess until 2 o'clock,
, For the Chinese
Clilnesn registration rmixt bo finish
ed Juno II, 1901. Collator Chnmbor
lain received by tho lal- mall a letter
from tho CnninilHsln-jer of Internal
lU'Vi'iiuo ut Washington, Instructing
hill) that theid woull bo no extension
of tlinu. Ho Is ulsoliiitiucted l 1 1 --1 1 1 1
oycry energy to toinplrlo tli work by
Tlio Commissioner also wants wld
pulillrlly given to Urn Muli'imiit tlmt
Ihnro was no uuthoilly for tlm rupuit
t lint further lime wywld bo iiIIhwimI,
Tliein iiru lieuily 20,0d0 iiurenll"red
(Mtlnesn In Ilia Islands now, 'I'tii'lii Is a
glint likelihood that lliiikujyliu pro
linlliuiln will Iiiru ll pllvlli'lc' of
IcgUleiji.lK MU'l HIM ll llU of tU'por
TIW WATI.HMAN ))h 1'OUH
TAJN Vm, All il., l bi'. II
y, myjiMN. '
Congressman from Cen
tennial State Visits
FROM THE START
Believes all Hawaiians Will Rejoice
in the Fact That They are
Under the Stars and
Horace II, Packer. Congressman from
,10 1Ctll tjlstrlct, Stato of Pennsylvan
ia Mr, Souther of
,ovcment for annexation. Ho Is
one of tho best Informed men In Con-
.... ... .
gress on Hawaiian nuairs and a speecn
made by him on the floor of the Houso
In favor of annexation aroused great
Interest In tbls group of Islands.
Speaking generally. Mr. Packer said:
"There Is a disposition In Congress to
glo you good legislation ns promptly
us possible. Wo want, however, to go
slow and sec that each step taken Is
wise, efficient nnd for the best Interest
of tho Hawaiian people. Tho Adminis
tration at Washington Is oxtromcly
friendly to the people of these Islands.
1 can alw say with sincerity, that tho
longer tho pcoplo of tluso Islands live
under the administration of United
States law, the more they will becomo
attached to our system of government.
Such persons as naturally regretted to
see tho falling of tho lorraer d nasty
will rejoice that these Islands have
been ndmlttcd to the Union.
"Tho people of the eastern part of
the United States have but llttlo know
ledge of your Islands, of tho pcoplo who
llvo here nnd their character. 1 know
that Interest can easily be aroused. My
speech on 'tho Huwnlinn Islands was
circulated among my constituents, In
quiries samo to mo thick nnd fast for
further Information. Personally, tho
moro I read about tho native Hawa
iians, the better I think of them and I
am sure this Is truo of tho American
"I nm anxious to visit the Legislature
and the courts where I know 1 can form
moro accurate notions of the problems
that confront you locally
"Tho capture of Agulnnldo Is looked
upon ns grounds for hope of a speedy
settlement of tho Philippine question
by the first officers of the nrmy nnd by
tho higher circles of tho administra
tion. Somo of the military officers
think the captured leader can bo used
to great advantage to help reconcile tho
Filipino people to American rule. Oth
ers think ho Is too treacherous to bo
trusted and should bu banished.
"At San FranclBco, we were delight
fully entertnlned by Mnjor General
Shatter. Ho spoke In tho highest
terms of General Kunston's courage
and brilliant dash In rapturing Agul
nnldo, I think tho majority of the
American people recojnlzo tTio fitness
of President McKlnley'r act In making
KunBton a Ilrlgndler General.
"In Washington I lived at tho samo
hotel with your.lDelegato, Robert W,
Wilcox, and our relations were most
pleasant. My nrsi impressions oi na
wall nro very plcnsant ones. 1 have
been In Cuba but I have seen no tropi
cal beauties llko these."
Congressman Packer visited tho
Legislature nnd Judge Gear's court to
MUKT IIAVI! ANOTHER JUDGIi.
Delegate Wilcox was seen yesterday
by n llulletln reporter with roforinro
to his meeting with Governor Dnlu tin
Miuwtny, In reply to questions, Me,
Wilcox said; "My call on tho rjoyor
nor was of no special liiillluinre I
went simply In Inlk Willi lilni on gen
oral nmtleis mid I did pot feel llko
bi luting up liny quelinii nf lurllcu
nr moment to ln T. nliory uu my
first uppeuriiiirii. When I iJll again,
wii w undoubtedly f'Himll o:i iui'h
It Is priiliubln Hut, ni I he ni inn.
fi'M'iini lieU-ei) (luvmiior Dolu niut
jlHlfgillll Willi!, soiiikIIiImk will Im
wihl nliout uu iuIih Jinliio of Ihu I'll'
mil (loml. Mr Wlluon hud llm (n
Ii'mIiih In wy mi this iwilli r; "II ($
us If ww inii Iiuvp nn nlju um,
'llm LiiiJii( liitw .nj ii iltiis hl
hav business In the courts nre clatn-i
orlng for another Judge becnusc, ns(
things stand nt, the present time, -ourt j
business Is blocked. Even with the ad
dition of Judge Clear, the work cannot
be taken rnre of. ,
"I am sure that n recommendation to
Washington will soon bo made but as
to the Identity of the rnndldate I
Congre-tttninn II. .1. Mill n Vlnltor.
Congressman E. J, Hill of Connecti
cut arrlsed In the city yesterday on
the transport llufonU, He t on trip
around the world. From this city ha
will go to Guam nnd the Philippines
then to China, Japan nnd KiissIa
At home Mr, Hill Is t banker, belnn
vice president of the Xitional Dank '
N'orwnlk. Conn. In Congress he Is a
member of the .House Committee on
nankins and Currency. He Is alio a
member of the Committee on Coinage.
Weights and Measures.
Whllo In the city, no Is a guest all
the home of I- A. Thurston.
Given Practical Test
Port Said, Egypt, March 31. The
steamer Ophlr. with the Duke and
Duchess of Cornwall and York on
board, arrlied here yesterday. Moham-1
meu All. urotner oi me Kueuite. ei-
romed tho Duke nnd Duchess in the
namo of the Khedive and ln the pres
ence of l-ord Cromer, the llrltlsh dlp-
lomntlc agent, and other notabilities. J
During the voyago the Ophlr was al-
most constantly In touch with the'
shore by means of wireless telegraphy,
Thursday she sent a message to the
Island of Malta, IK miles distant, and,
passing 100 miles south of the Island
of Crete, the Duke of Cornwall and
York tcicgrapueu to nis cousin. irince
George of Greece, the commissioner of
tlio powers on mat isianu, anu receireu
a reply. Vhcn the Ophlr was too far
from land thu attending cruisers took I
messages toward tho land station until .
the wireless calls were answered.
A resolution Introduced by Paele was
passed by the House this afternoon
calling Senator Hussel before the House
to prove his purported statements re
garding a $05,000 bribery fund.
JARUD SMITH'S WORK.
Jarcd Smith, the Director of the Ha
waiian Kxpcrlment Station, has been
given nn office In tho basement of the
Capitol, near tho office cf the Commis
sioner of Agriculture and Forestry and
is now getting his material In shape.
Mr. Smith expresses himself as high
ly pleased with tho phe In Maktkl
valley und.cn Tantalus that lus been
picked out as a site upon which to es
tablish the experiment station. How
ever, tho starting out will be very diffi
cult as It will be necessary to do a Jot
of clearing oft and sune)lng. The
first work along the line of planting
will be tho raising of food plants. This
will be started on the lower levels. As
the work' Increases, planting will grad
ually creep up the Tantalus ridge.
OB8I1RVE MAY DAY.
Tho Superintendent of Public In
structlon has sent the following letter
to all school agents of the Islands:
People In Honolulu nre arranging a
May Day festival for all the school
children In town, The Department Is
cooperating and will mtiko May first a
The Department would be glad to
havo the samo Idea canted out In tho
schools thioughoiit the Territory, and
earnestly hopes It may be found prac
ticable to nrraugo for such an o coslua
in your district, In which case the regu
lar school session for the day will bo
Berkeley DcliutcH CIiomcii
Ilerkeley, March 31, California has
chosen William 11. Greeley. Jesso li.
Steliihnrt nnd Italph H Pierce us Its
representatives to meet Stunford In
thu anuiinl Inlenolleglute debato this
spring. California's debating policy
has developed un exact plan ty fol
lowed In tlm choice of I lie two Ulinual
learns, acuinlliiB to which Iho Carnot
and III" lliteieolleglatu mep ixfti picked,
Ifiillkn the Carnot leum, wheio Hut
londllloii Hint a single, man wins I lie
trophy for his lollegn makes It ixies
sury lo ilioobn Iho ihriihost lypis of
Imllvldiiul ilebulers, Cullfiirpta's lists r-1
ioleglatii linn uiii plekul ill form Ihu
miiinuiMi romhliiutloii lu work inKether
for vltlory us u tum.
()ii;li Wni'li i1 1'eile)'"! ilin,
Thu I'mIvihI 'IiiuhI J"r m In lhl
moinlutr ti i"iwii'l i"ui liUi4miii
Wm Mills wm itwisij al nw m until
th1 altl f PWil Uw WtlilUf Mf
Hi!' iwm lUilWwJ wofW (' I M
snail im of
Jury is Called
and Excused Until
CIRCUIT JUDGES WILL
APPOINT THEIR BAILIFFS
Departure from Custom in Vogue
Here for Some Time Criminal
Cases Set for
The special term of the Klrsl Cir
cuit Court, was convened this mors-
Ing at 10 o'clock with Judgo Gear on mem for storage purposes. The cost'1-1 taw Hnu Uwtitaa gmi-4.
Ihe bench. Judge Humphrey ws u'jll be in th eneigbborhood of J.0-9 I lt " tnontht Hhi-isssiat
the bench alw.at the opening hour and 'People who hac heard about the plans burtneaa deae a 7a .punter; -a a.
stated that having conferred with for the building and recognizing the cs- rtaii oun.iiWag Mk iUaUaw
Judge Oenr. It had bwn decided that j cellerce of Ihe bicatlon. have gou to" inahtoe abglOUjwiisn-r
Judge Gear uould preside at all cum-
mon law trials at this end the regular
Jiay terms, while he.- lilniself would
tit as Chancellor and Prolmtc Judge.
Judge Iluiupbreys continued:
"Up -n Inxrstlgatlon ne find there aro
no bailiffs for the Circuit Court vt thr !
First Circuit Court of the Tirst Judl lalj
Circuit. We find there is as appro I
prlatlon for a Supreme Court officer)
under the Attorney General's depart-,
nicnt. the appointments being made by !
the Attorney General orthe High Slier-,
Iff. There is no appropriation for i
uallirrs of the circuit court. Hut there ,
Is an appropriation to pay the running
expenses or tne supreme anu circuit
Courts. Dy virtue of the Inherent po-
er vested In the Judge; of this court. .
the Judges Intend to aprolnt tbelr own
bailiffs nnd not be under any obllca-;
tlon to either the Attorney General or
the High Sheriff. It IS accordingly
ordered tbatCbas. A. K. Hopkins b '
nnd ho Is hen.by apjiointed ballin oria,Vc for tlO.000 for road improve-1
the Circuit Court of tho First Judicial i
Circuit, Terrltor) of Hawaii, and bU
salary Is hereby fixed at the sum of S2
per month to be paid out of the appro
priation for running eenws of the
Supreme and Circuit Courts."
William ftiiraner Ellis was also ap
pointed bailiff on the same terms.
The roll of the trial Jury was called,
showing the following return of Ju
rors for the special term:
G. P. Denlson. Jos. Llghtfoot. Artbdr
Coyne. Wm. S. Kills, F. W. Weed. Al
bert Trask, Isaac Adams. Wm. Mshu
ka. It. N. Harrison, T It. Motsman,
Martin Dowers, W. II. Smith, lluitu
Dc I j Cruz. Isaac Harbottle. F. S. Ly
man, Jr.. J. II. LIchtlg. IjuIs SchwelU-
' '- - .
cr. C. J. lluuhins, ji. w. rarKnurst,,
Isaiah Dray. F. W Damon. V. E.
R. 8trauch, C. J. I.
lUdwlgsen Chas Don,
J, J. McDonald.
Martin liowers was r.ot present and
an attachment was, ordered by Judgo
Gear. Ilusto De La Cruz was excused
because tof deafness. C. Jr Ludwigsen
was excused because bis firm has been
represented so constantly on Territor
ial Juries. William S. Ellis was ex
cused because he Is an officer of th
The whole Jury was given a recess
until 10 o'clock tomorrow.
The criminal calendar was then
called and the following cases wt for
trial: Territory vs. John Mallua,
charged with assault and battery on n
public officer. F. Andrnde was appoint
ed to defend.
Territory vs. Manu, cssauit with a
weapon, F. Alidrade for tho defense.
Territory vs. Willie Solomon, charg
ed with larceny. lu second degree. Kau
lukou for defense.
Territory vs. Kcpauo, charged with
larceny In second degiee; Kaulukou
V-rrltory vs. V. II. Chilton, chareed
with lirreny'ln second degree; T. Mo
rants Stewart and S. F, Chllllngwortb
for defeiu i
Territory v. Henry Luiiulng, larceny
lu second degree; Magoon : iUomp
son for defeuMi,
Tcirltory vs, Okaklchl, assault and
battery with weapon; F, M, Ilrooks for
Territory ts Luiu Hum, mullclous
Injury s B, V. Chllllugwoith for de-
Jmlgu Humphreys will hear all
waived Jmy rasiui pud any uppeil lu
mltlgullou begliiiiliig lomoriuw ut 10
lly ktlpubitlou of purllM, ilefemUilit
hi JiMkor Vs. l'lJK. I "Jveii fun dayo
In wlilrh to plwd,
111 ill' ilhofi' Mill of ll" Mlpw vs.
J'' I,, Minor Judgu IIhmi4iii')I luw wk
UratJ KM Mint ut 41Ull-Ukr
JIhuIi d illiutiud tor Uu IImiuOmIu
MWkM UIHW'I'. MJ . kf HiMl !'
MHaVW Ut (WhanM tsaillisl U) Um utkW
pjalwi hi tint liisntetl uummp Qm-
laW atW AWltWtkt is. (JW Is Ml
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FOR MM STREfi
In four mfentbs tine there will be
on up-to-!te ttto-stoty osjee lU4'-tv ni u ,.t
on Alakva rtre-M. J-tst M' tb. !' .tt. "L-fiamDer (II
Club and iiwhI of the Idiwj tlMt will
undoubted!) prove an ortwMat Ui Mnt
locality The remoter of this sehesn
lire Dr. Hc-tiry W. Howard a4 1H. A.
K. Nichols ho have neeure-1 a t-wMiy
rar lease on the property from th '
The building had lnwr Uangtag fireRESOLUTION PASSED !AT
for some wek bt ) niter-say. t-riters
an brought to a f oeus. the necessary .
papers of ugreeim-ni uero s4gcd audi
the Harrison Mill Co. lias airway
The building Is to oe prlraflrrly for
olllr-.'S but rooms In th rear of tb first
and on the soeimd floor will be rented
to responsible parties for ledptug pur-'
Pom-s much on the same plan as the.
California on Umma street. I
The building Is to be MxM fet and. '
besides the fifty rooms uu the two
floors, there is to be a si-aoluiw bao-.
the promoters to see about accommo -
datlons. with the result that eTerylhlns'
in the ulace has alreadr been jyoken I
The House program this
was the shortest on record.
Senate bill Zl. relating to the sale of j
petroleum. pas-d Its Cm rvadlnc I
Senate bill W. dealing with the Ql -
tlluitlon of spirituous liquors, passed
The Committee on PabWc Lands ro-
ported on Huum bill 7. relating to the
regulating and placing of electric wires.
They advised that the bill pass ln s
Olghtly amended form. Tabled. The
fame committee cut down the appro-
i wep n
prlatlon for the Manoa i.41tloneT whojto defer aetlon upasi Jfce Bmanir-eutuiUl
- pniu. giving thein $S.(Ke 1
Makainal Introduced a bill relating
tu i,. extension of School itrt to Ll- j
liha, pasted first rcadlnc Bascage of the Mil a tatM .abu-tld le
Kaultnakaclc lntroduci-d a resolution i serted therein jhw-fMsbc abat U,liaJJ
asking that night tutahixit be held , sat so lato effect lUrtM K lias ia,m
eiery night owing to the short time protad at a G,tal JBoeihai of rtlie
left Aklua asked the Introducer tolpeple.
amend the resolution so that the Vice , IItolvd. Tkal oastliaT of thU,rtolfl-Six-aker
should occupy ibe sat diHingltion be .forwarded to both JjouMsc,if
the night fceaslon. jibe l4liilre bow faumalpc.
Nalllma took the Drat step towards; Those iwt -was V. T. Allen,
the new electric street railway ln HI-' F. A. Seuafc H. A. jMSibers. X, J.
lo, by Introducing a bill granting a ! Uiwrojr. It. F Lauge. Cest 'WjSmltlu
franchise for that purpose. Passed first F. U. Ertuaf. A. V. Gear. HW.
reading, t ! Schmidt. F. U Auwbacb, J. ,U. Atli-
Hlhio Introduced a bill granting a , tun, Arehle Voung. F. W. IVcClxaaKaf.
I at ll ..... T
iraucniae ior a raurwu m -u uu
- - -
neniaoa imrouuc-a a mi, snuni-s
' licenses lor tne practice oi mea-une i o(
! anyone who should apply. Passed
Hoogs, on behalf of Monsarrat. an -
Bounced bis Intention to Introduce an
act to prohibit the surf from comlna
over the reef of the different islands.
Heckley wUhed to ascertain concern
ing the proposed extension of Vlne)ard
street. His resolution was adopted,
Deckley Introduced an act fixing the
fares of school children in public con
Kaulmakaole reintroduced his "night A. V. Gear .remarked that I this ,111-s-sIon"
rn-ohe fixing the time for tbeierature wasaald to be on hand Asd.tlie
session a little more definitely. Tabled. , change contemplated waa o radical Jbe
Emmcluth Introduced a bill relative desired to offer an amendment toub
to the widening of auecU In Hono-,mlt the matter to the i-eople. Il
lulu, amendment was promptly wepted ,-uid
After grilling the committees fur lack ! made the final article of the reM-lmiuu.
of work the House got down to the! On the question being called, there
order of the day. The majority report was but one dissenting vol ,on ,tbc
on tho Governor' .message asking for resolution J. U. Atbwlon rwjutwtod
a ret Islou of the existing laws, advised , that he be put on record a stvUnat the
that the i equest be denied. Adopted. I resolution.
Tbe Superintendent of Public Works
reported concerning the Nuuauu Pall .
road stating that I75.CSS was spent on
the .road. Referred to the Commltteo
Tho Committee! on Judiciary advised
against House bill 14, relathe to the
destruction of property by the Hoard
of Health. Tubbd.
The Judiciary Committee rcporU-d
on Houso bill 74, rclutlur" to (tne dls
hurseinent of public mnuns, advlslni;
that the bill pass. Tabled.
The fcuiiio committee reported on
ciuito bill )3. relathe to the redlining
of tli" punishment for twos cheut, ad
vised that Hie bill pas lu u alltrbtly
jimeiidail form 'I'uUM, SunuUi bill
JI, leluUng to punlshuiiilit for rMilv
Ing -tiul'ii umj4 wtw ntsuinumuM lo
UHNi liialy aimiiMUd. Tublutl
Hihmh) bill IP. tubal") to lite mile of,
uUsiliol, was rw) fur Its cMsurid Unm
TU JutlUltW CsMtliuUia' iuUUwkI that
thu bill tot paaMStl Tfctt laiMsrf wsw
ftdoiktfH ilRj la UU) UW ova UMUl tu
i-Vur-n Ctmimmtt lUmtoiUw re
latiN it) IssViaVW. satssV S itV SMSisjslsUii-
Is Doubtful About
UTION .PASSED !AT
iTHEIK 'SESSION flO-DAY
(Big Attendiwe-J. E. AthertomOierE
Single Dissenting Vete GtartOffers
Amendment rk iPopokr
Th sfWbK nipetiuR M sswOhaasber
Cstis,ee tmm bmssbic aavs1 ihsi
Aw ' l-alr-
T1- rolMUin San tiaa4 ,aau
Wlicroat, a Mt4 Is -mh UDer oo-
sterati-B til taw Sva-au. wau-ra stlw
. LHaMaaar Mil. juvia Mr Ma .
the erraliwi sf a av
uf the aale f Hs)iiai-s ad aebar aaaasi
imiiU M-ttMe the Trrltmr nt Jiaoat.
iand tie aboskitin of Uk- ymatdiab.H
'WlieKas. Sttcb ligisssiiasi .imaMilio
radical is abaiacter
xpwiHusau-l, and sot ansistful'it y
Ilnxriivd. That Is lb m-totoiiotUi-,
CbnuAmr K la swtnsk- aafcircj-laaiuc
aueh a law Sfwii law ttamiw aT tibia
TerrKtH-r to oblate att arsHsfclf Iker
ature btauteg ajwn the aahji-at; that
the whole ueatien Ue aruMf ua
aidervd in the llt of JaeU sauis
ed. and that. tLweter. tt ia atient
such tte ut (be SjiwiUiai mo e
breuebt inert- dtn-ctlf Mfot tax tiao-
Uett)ed, Tbat lo iix -tvBL Ml ,tb
l "'" ""r- - " "T ' JTlr
i Wlrhi John Una. M. 1'iilllliit. H. iC.
IIhim r0K(-rrli-lif 1 tZ Ciurfim-r . A
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Bolte, 1. Kubenateln. 4. ilublendorf.
A. Gartenberg, F W.lacfnrlne.XA
The original Teaolution was .Intro
duced by V. A. Schaeferiind .aeconcjed
by Jlruce Cartw-rlght.
V. 1. Jwrey Mated that o ,tar Jit
the literature was couce-nied e be
lieved a commUslon appointed byyi
previous Legislature had collected all
the literature to be ,had on the aub
Style, , ,
Jherc Us A lioe jcnoivp
wtuirers t( wlikJi vj .tajic ,np
oUsws, I ty uii ix jvlr Mild iL's
ioo una J of tin truthfiiliiiavs-jf
tin St jtllllCDt.
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