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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
Vol,. X. No. 1815.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. AI'KIIj 15 1001
Plt-ICK 5 OKNT8.
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fl GUnMKr) B.
Pa to n t M fc n N ta T i
And Passes Russel's Bill
Bearing on the
COMMITTEES TURN IN
A PILE OF REPORTS
Another Petition Against Dispensary
Bill Presented Kauai Wants
More Money for Public
At thin forenoon's ecsslon of the
Senate,- two bills passod third reading.
One wns the Act of Senator Carter. ap
propriating $3500 for tho Department
of Public Instruction lor tho purpose
of sending a school exhibit to the
Uuffnlo Exhibition; the other was tha
bill looking toward th-j protection of
birds of these Islands, their nests and
The message from tho Governor
which appears In another column, was
tho first thing on th,o program of tho
Senate this morning. This having been
disposed of. tho following pctltloai
1. Ily Mr. Ilussel Petition signed by
twenty-one settlers of Olaa. owners ol
property on and near tho 22-mllo trail,
leading from tho Volcano road, asking
for un appropriation ot $26,100 for thq
building of Ave miles of road to con
ncct tho old Volcano road with tho
main road running through the Olaa
tract. Referred to tho Commlttco on
2. By Mr. Nnkapaahu Petition
llfty voters of Walmea. Kauai, asking
for an appropriation ot $39,100 for
roads, wharves, water pipes, etc.. In
the district named. Rcforreel'to" lha
Committee on Public Lands.
3. Hy Mr. Kaluo Petition from Hu
clo. Maul, asking for an appropriation
of $7,500 for a landing and wharf at
that place. Referred to tho Committee
on Public Lands.
4. By Mr. Baldwin Petition from
. n.Mont. .n.t InvtUIVOI-ft nf !
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Mr. Achl reported Senato hill 09 !
printed nnd ready for distribution.
Mr. Achl reported for tho Commlttco
on Miscellaneous Petitions on Com
munication 14, a set of resolutions from
the Chamber of Commerco against thu
passage of tho Dispensary bill. Tho
commltteo recommended laying tha
same on tho tabic to bo considered with
tho bill. Report adopted.
Sir. Paris reported further for tho
sarao committee on Petition 20 from
the 1'iotcctlvc Lcaguo of Honolulu,
praying for tho passage of tho Dis
pensary bill. The committee recom
mended that petition be laid on tho tn
blo to bo considered with tho bill. Re
Mr, Paris reported for the Public
Lands Commlttco on Petition 21, ro
tating to a chango of tho law In regard
to road commissioners so as to mako
ono paid superintendent. The commit
tee recommended laying the petition
on thu table. Report adopted,
Mr. Paris icported further for tho
same committee on Resolution 8 ask
ing for appropriations for roads and
other Impiovemcnts in North and
South Kona. The commlttco rocom-
mends nn appropriation of $11,800 for j
the vnilous purposes. Tho resolution!
calling for $1000 to condemn land nt
Napoopoo was recommended laid on
tho tajle. Tho icport was laid on tho
tnble to bo considered with tho Appro
A PRETTY COTTAGE
IS NOT AS GOOD A
at to purch.iM II at ,1 low Iikuiy, on cisy
trrmi, ,inJ hy planting ticrt, lirub anJ
llower, Incrcaoe Hie value of your lnvct
ment. T IIAVII ANI1AT
SIX ROOM COTTAflli
on KIiik ttrrtt, iml cnmpUtcd. Ih.it we
w III cell to llif tlKlit viillc ni Hit follow
Mmiilily I No in n i , 4 n,oo
McCIollan, Pond & Co,
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Mr. Parts picscntcd a third report
for the same commlttco on Petition 2.1,
asking for un npp'roprlstlon of $10,000
for building and repairing tho road tip
lao alley. The committee recom
mended an appropriation uf $.1,000. Re
port laid on the tnblo to be considered
with the Appropriation bill.
Mr, Achl tcported for the Printing
Committee to tho effect that Senate
bills 77, 80, 81, 83, 8." bnd 87 had been
printed nnd were ready for distribu
tion. Mr. Carter reported for the minority
ot tho Judiciary Committee on Scnnte
Gill 41 and 45 recommending the
tabling of the lattor. The report states
that bill 44 simply' repeals the existing
law relating to the limitation of time
within which action may be brought
to recover possession of land nnd
should properly be Incorporated 'Into
bill 43. Report laid on tho table to be
taken up with the bill.
Mr. Kanuha reported for tho Com
mittee on Education nn Joint Resolu
tion 2, authorizing the Governor to de
clare May 1 a school holiday through
out tho Territory, Tho committee re
commends the adoptllon of the resolu
tion. Report adopted.
Mr, Kalauokalanl reported that tho
following bill had been presented to
the Governor for his signature:
"An Act to prevent the employment
of minors in places where Intoxicating
liquors nro sold and to prevent minors
from visiting such places."
Notice was given of intention to in
troduce the following bills, the rules
were suspended nnd tho same were
read by title and referred to tho
Ily Mr. Ualdwln "An Act to amend
Act 61 of the Laws of 1898."
Ily Mr. Paris "An A'.t providing for
tho incorporation ot tho Komi and Kail
Ily Mr. Carter "An Act to regulato
Mr. Carter reported for the Com
mlttco on .Ways and Means on Senato
bill 74. relating to nwa licenses. Tho
committee recommends tabling tho bill
until final action on the Dispensary
bill. Report adopted.
Mr. Carter reported further for tho
same commltteo on Senate bill 73. re
lating to poll, school' nnd road tax
Tho committee In concluding Its report,
"Your committee calls attention to
Senato bills 24 and'73, both uf which to
fcr to tho same subject nnd havo been
tabled until tho report of thu general
committee on taxu'tlon. We recom
mend that Senato bill 7.1 be tabled in a
similar manner. Report adopted.
Mr. Carter presented a third report
I n lUit aa t nnn I frin Cjintn 1,111
" Uio OUU.o wumm.li wu U..U...U .....
57. relating to tho compensation of
pilots for this port. Thu committee .!
the bill on the ground that the pre
nt charges are fair and Just and tend
to promote tho commerce of this port.
No nlterullon of tno cnurges is recom.
mended. Report accepted und placed I
on tho tnble to bo considered with the
Senate bill 88, appropriating $3300
for the sending of a school exhibit to
Buffalo, passed third reading unani
mously. Senato bill 71. relating to the protec
tion of birds, their nests and eggs,
passed third reading by fourteen votes
in tho affirmative. Mr. Achl voted
At 12 m., tho Senate took a recess un
til 2 o'clock.
The action of Judge Edlngs ot tho
Third Circuit Court In fining Collector
of Customs Smithies of Mahukona for
contempt of court Is to bo miulu the
subject ot un Investigation with tho ob
jccl 0f having the $23 penalty refunded.
Collector Smithies win notified to bo
,rCscnt as a grand Juror In Judge I
njing-, court. Under section 17S8 of I
. United States Customs regulations'
Customs oHlclals are exempt from Jury
duty. Knowing this, Smithies tele-
phoned from Mahukona to Kallua, no -
tlfylng Judgo Kdlngs of tho fact. Not
thinking anything ot tho summons, he
was surprised on being scned with a
bench warrant and had to mako the
trip from Mahukona, a dlstanco of 571
miles. Arriving In Kallua, he wasi
fined $25 nnd costs for contempt for
non-nppenrnnro. His oxciujjjjf exemp
tion from Jury duty not being accept.
ed, ho will tnko steps through Collce-1
tor Stnckahle to recover his fine which;
h claims was illegally Imposed,
TpiiIiicp l.'xirlcy Demi,
Mutt lluiiiy. niiu of thu prominent
linlticr nt Kuplolanl 1'iilk. dropped!
de.nl finm n sliogu nf apoplexy Hut-
lllday afternoon. Iin liwil Im'ii drink-
Ing quite heavily htiy nnd that I
iiiiijiiui'd to have IiiuImihmI his dealh,
llailuy wi qullo a mule in Ills line
Among I lie lioises ho Irulnml were
Wilier, Vl'irlt nd Hlr 'ulwlr
TIII5 WATUIIMAN I0IJAI. FOUN
TAIN I'ICN, All !, all liup. II
I'. WIOHM.N '
BY FEDERAL GOURT
Andrews Attacks Lega
lity of Federal Grand
IN CIRCUIT COURT
Wiltlers Steamship., Company Case
Springs Up Suddenly in the
In the Federal Court this morning a
ripple of excitement waB created by
Attorney I.orrln Andrews, representing
George B. Lee, charged with assault
and battery and Thomas Saftrcy charg
ed with forgery. Andrews (lied a plea
In abatement In both cases, nsklng that
his clients he discharge! on the ground
that tho Federal Oram Jury was Im
properly drawn and impannclled. Ho
alleged that one Juror, J. W. Pndmore,
Is not a citizen of tho United States,
He also alleged that the jury was Im
properly drawn In that 300 names were
not used from which the Jurors were
drawn by the clerk of the court.
The Court stated that If It appeared
that tlp affidavit was made with a
purposcrot trifling with tno Court, and
that the prisoners on their own knowl
edge signed the adldat. they would
be dealt with direct. Rut that If they
signed tho paper on the advice of the
attorneys, tho attorneys would be hold
responsible. Attorney Andrews saldj
that he had advised his clients In tnaiity of dogs nnd the dlminltlon In tho
matter. I number of worthless cur has been con-
District Attorney Ratrd will file an
answer to the motion tomorrow, when
argument will be heard.
P. D, Day plend guilty to assault up-
ron a Custouis officer and was sentenced
to Imprisonment for thirty days.
Mlkn Murrctta, n Spaniard, charged
with assault with a 'veapon, pleaded
guilty and was sentenced to six
months' Imprisonment and to pay a
(lno of $100.
Adjournment , was taken till 10
Judge Humphreys presided at Cir
cuit Court this morning. Tho trial of
Wllllo Solomon for larceny In tho sec
ond degree was before tho Court all
I In tho Supreme Coutt this morning n
..... liench hp.r., an.m(.nll n n mo.
,ron , tno ea80 of ijn vg. The Wilder
Steamship Co. Tho motion was by
Kinney, Haltou & McClanahan nsklng
for a stay ot proceedings In tho case
until tho Supreme Court of the United
States should pass on an application
for a writ of mandamus, compelling
the California Court or Appeals to heat
tho case. The motion was opposed by
Attorneys Paul Neumann nnd George
A. Davis. The case Is tho one recently
dismissed without stay Ly the Court of
Appeals at San Francisco.
Notlco and certificate of appeal has
been filed In the case of Yee Wo va,
Lam Yip, In which Judgment of $203.91
wns awarded to plaintiff by District
Magistrate Lylo A. Dickey,
from tho samo court Is also filed In
the caBo of Jonathan Shaw. Tax Col
lector vs. Chas. W. Rooth, In which
Judgment wbb rendered for plaintiff
In tho matter of the estato of Theo
dore II. Davles, deceased, Mary Rlten
Davles, T, Cllvo Davles, Georgo F, Da
vles and Fred, J, Jackson, trustees.
under tho last will and testament of
Theo. II. Davles, have filed a paper
acknowledging receipt of property
from T. R. Wulker and F. M. Swnniy,
administrators with the will annexed.
TIio propercy consisis or mime.......
shares In various sugar companies,
i $H5.999..39 cash and real estate on the
LoiKii or im to
There will bo probably 100 Honolulu
young men muda acquainted with thu
mysteries of tho llenevolent and Pro
ti'ctlvo Order of I'.lks tonight. Tho
Institution of ii local order of that or
gaiilrallon will tnlie plueu nt Progress
hnll tonight. The list of thosu who
will tul.e the plunge Into Hie unknown
would not be given today, beiaunn nt
certain Juncture lu the terrifying.
Journey, a ibmicu Is given fur the timid
In i el I re. The Humes only of the bruvu
will he publNheil tomorrow,
The Indue will be llivlllilti'd by (Irniol
Kmilled llulir, JudKu Jniiiss II. I'lsher
nf Jainosliiwn, N V lie will he us
lil b)' (Iruild IWli'cmc.l Leading
Knight. Juiai Neloii nf Denver, Coll
(Irmid CiIvviiiihI l.ulay Knliihl, W. L.
lies wick of Seattle; Crnnd Ustcemed
Lecturing Knight. Judge J. C. I). Hcb
bard of San Francisco; Grand Esquire,
Dr. V. T. Kennedy of Los Angeles;
Grand Inner Guard, II. C, Craft of
nuttc; Grand Tyler, Thus. B. Rich
ards of Spokane; (Irani Secretary, 12.
II llryan, of Hollands; and Grand
Treasurer, C. D. Lufkln of Sioux City.
After the work Is completed, a social
session will bo held at which light re
freshments will bo served. During tho
week, n banquet will be given and on
some evening In the near future a so
cial session for the ladles will be held
At the morning session of tho Senate
today, the following message of Gov
ernor Dole, vetoing the dog tax bill,
wus retched, read und iet for con
sideration on Thursday:
I am unable to approve of n bill en
titled "An Act to mnend section 811.
chapter f9 of the Civil Laws" relating
to dog taxes, received by me from the
Joint committee of the Legislature
April 9th, und herewith return the
same without my slgniture. ,
My objections to this bill are as fol
lows: Tho provisions for !nci casing tho tax
on female dogs to $3, was enacted by
the Legislature of ISM for the purpose
of improving the quality of dogs Id
the Hawaiian Islands, and Incidentally
nf decreasing tho number of Inferior ( rejection of Saturday's ' minutes was
dogs. The higher tax on female dogrioow voted on. Result, nyes 18, uom
tends directly to this result. ill.
In former yeais. the number oft A letter was received, from the Pub
worthless and In manv Instances, of lie Works department In answer tc
diseased cms was so great, particular-' certain questions ln regard to land taly
y In the city of Honolulu, as to bo a' en for road. Improvements In Mail.
public nulsnnrc and a menace to the.
public health. i
Under thu provisions of the law'
sought to be amende 1 by the hill he-
fore me, tho Improvement In the qual-
splcnonMy noticeable. '
The second paragraph of section 814
of tho Civil Laws, which will bo struck
out If, the bill becomes n law, is as fol-
Any person having the custody or
possession of, or who bliall harbor nny
dog. malo or female, shall be deemed
the owner thereof under thu provisions
of this Act."
This provision Is estontlal to the ef -
fee the execution of the law taxing
I deem the several amendments pro
posed to he Inconsistent with tho puh
"Tim title of the bill should not bo
"An Act to amend section 814, chapter
R9 of the Civil Laws," but -;An Act to
amend Fectlon 11 of Act 51 o'f the Laws
nf 1S9C;" Inasmuch as tho Civil Laws
are not a legislative enactment but
merely n compilation.
SANFORD 11. DOLH.
Executive Chamber, April 13, 1901,
Special Agent John A. McCabe of the
Revenue) Department, nrrlved Saturday
to ubsUt the local office In tho matter
of Chinese registration. Ills special
purpose In coming hero is to see that
everything Is done that- can possibly
iin ,inni. in tinlnh i lie registration by
jllic cI()S0 of tn 13th (lay nf June niajMossroan movod that the bill bo In
head quarters will be at tho ofllce ot : definitely postponed as thcro were
tho Ccdlcctor of Revenue In tho Cnpl- many llttlo mistakes In It. When asked
tol building. He will go about to thly Robertson, the Introducer of tho
different Islands and see that all th,hlll. whero tho "many llttlo mistakes"
deputies are leaving no stono unturn- were, he wns up against It. Ills mo
cd to complcto tho work In the allotted . tlon to post pone the bill was lost. Ths
time. motion to pass tho bill on Its third
Twenty now deputies wcro added to rending was carried, nyes 17, noes 13,
the force today and thcro will bo no House bill 59, granting tho right to
difficulty In doing tho work If tho ap-,lay wires to tho O.ihu ice & Hlectrlo
pllcanis present themselves with any ' Company, cnmo up for third reading,
degreo of promptness, Tho great trou. , Dickey moved that n tux of 2V4 per cent
Me will bo In the hnhlt of the Oriental ' be lovled on tl.V gross receipts of tho
mind to procrastinate. There remain , company. Tho amendment was lost,
about Blxty days In which to register, A motion to postpone tho bill wns lost.
17,000 or 18,000 Chinese The bill was then carried, nyes 18,
Immediately nn the expiration of the , noes 12.
time for registration, steps will at once ' ' "
be taken by tho Federal authorities to
deport ull Chinese who are not register
ed, from these Islnnds. Tho officials
point out that It Is necessary for Chi.
nese to present themselves early, lie-
cnuso theru will almost cortalnly bo n
rush during tne closing nays wnicn
forco of clerks could caro for. livery
facility lias now been provided by tho
nfllcn to take care of nil the Chinese
If liny urn left out It will be the fault
of thu beneficiary.
Kllnltnnii Art l.cnijiic,
Nnllre of dates fur the spring ex
hibition of the Klloliana Art Lenguu U
tihen as follows by I). Howard Hitch
cock, ihitlrimiii pltinrhl rninmltlem
Work recited, Kuturdny,
9 it in. In 5 p. ni.
VitrnUli Duy. Huiurday, May 18, 3
Full View lli'iiptltiri, Mnudny, May
20, 8 p, in,
Open In Public, Tuwluy, Msy Jl,
uu. fur the fulluwlmi five wuita,
Ke Aloha Aina Incident
is Closed With
QUEEN PENSION BILL
MUST BE CHANGED
Kaniho Calls Members to Account for
-t Failure to Work Saturday Oahu
Electric Company Franchise
When thu House convened at 9
o'clock this morning. Kaniho opened
up on the members for tho lack of u
quorum last Saturday morning. lie
ald the fact that the Senato had ad
journed until Monday was no cxrui.i
for the House doing thC.sumc thlug.
Saturday must be counted as a day'n
Considerable discussion' followed I'l
which Mossman and Makckau had A
" point of order" bout wVc'i was quite
Interesting. The question as to the
The questions could not be answer?!
owing to the death of C. P. Kldredgc
who had tho work In charge. For the
first time during the session, Ahulll
arose to his feet and moved that, the
message be referred to tho Public
Lands Committee. Carried.
The Public Lands Committee report-
'd oh House bill 71, regulating all
games of chance. Tho commlttco
found .that "gambling or gaming Is
tract mado by two or more persons to
undertake nny chonce of profit by pay- on tho stage. One sure thing, a Wallu- f
lag a certain consideration generally) ku audience will not be Imposed on
called ktnko money for the same." The 'again,
commltteo wanted to know If the Or- '
1 ganlc Act did not prohibit all games
of chance. Tha matter was referred to
the Attorney General.
The special committee on the "Ko
Aloha Alna" bribery charge, uxonerated
tho lloinu Rule members Implicated
nnd presented nn apology from thol
editor. Monsarrat wus for a further
grilling of tho editor, tut Mahoo pre-!
fcrred to forgive tho erring brother.
Kaniho felt tho Insu't more deeply i
than his honorable companions and.
stated that the editor should bo I
, brought Into tho House and made to
' apologize "on his cry knees." He.
I said that ho had wor 1 from Kohala
that a good sized rock pile, was wnlt-
lug for him, owing to bis having nc-i
cepted bribes In the House. Tho re
port was ndopted, .
Queen Llliuoknlanrx pension Mill
r.'iine up for third rcailng. Owing to.
Its conflicting with the Organic Act,
Prcndergast moved that the bill b
i Hcmso bill 19, relating to tho sale ot
nlcoliol. cnmo un for third reading.
E IS ON
"This Is to Inform yoji that tho
Painters Union, No, 1, of Honolulu
hoi a lpcci meeting on tho 10th of
April. 1901. and have declined to work
moro than seven hours nn Saturday
, ,(1 rt,,,ivo fllll Jnj..g ,my for tn
This notice .signed by Recording Sec
roltiry J. W. Fatrman wss received this
morning by tho boss painters nf the
city nnd practically none uf thn native
palnten went to work The ittrlke,
whlill was inentlniieil exiimUely by
tho Iliilletln some days ugn Is fairly nn,
except that the white painters went tu
, . work us usual, evbli nily giving nn heel
tu th decision nf the union
'lh" l'uc hold thai limit cnii.cmlun
nf elMlif hours for sis ir ni,u.H two
j inoniln imn l nln.i lent and nicit H117
j wll light lli.i strikers tu a finish Ily
lh nem slwimer In lh 1'ihisi un order
will go forward fur iw.niy ilnu-r to
fill the place of the strikers. Mean
while work will be thecked hut not
A large majority of the painters of
Honolulu nre native Hawaiian. They
ask for tho scen hours, on Saturday to
enable them to go to the flshmarkct
earlier In the afternoon of Saturday.
From the present Indication, the
places of all the strikers will be filled
In a short time.
Two of O. C. Sterling's ment went to
work this morning on the Campbell's
work. The strikers appeared and
threatened tho workers with chastise
ment, but the two showed fight nnd
their companions left them unmolest
ed. Tho bosses and contractors hae de
cided that If thcro Is any moro trouble
work will cease at 12 o'clock Saturdays,
the men thereby recelrlug but half a
DEATH OF MI88 MAKAEIIA.
Walluku. April 13.-M!ss Makaeha,
nn aduptcd daughter of Mrs. Sarah
Kalama ot Maknwao died last night
after a lingering lllne-u lasting many
months. Tho young lady has not yet
reached her twentieth year. Sho was
a bright girl and possessed a very rich
voice. Shu was a student nt the High
school but was forced to return to
Maul owing to 111 health. The funeral
takes place tomorrow morning.
THE WINDSOR CLOBtU).
Wniluku. April 13. Sinco the open
ing of the Maul hotel this week, tho
"Windsor" which hns been successfully
run for thf past two years by Mr. and
Mrs. O. II, Robertson, closed down, and
will hereafter only take lodgers, while
tho&o wlahiMl to take meals will bo
sent over' to tho Maul. Arrangement
has also been made that when all the
rooms of the hotel are occupied, lod
gers will be sent over for the night at
Won a Poor Show.
Walluku. April 13. The show given
by Mr. und Mrs. Hutchinson nnd their
company of colored ladles and gentle
men In Walluku last Saturday wag tho
poorest ever set up on the Jtage. Tho
audience, however, efchlalncd tho cllto
! of Wniluku, dlidjit was only tha pres-
i lu tho audience throwing rqttcn eggs
V.M.C.A. ANNUAL MEETING.
The regular annual meeting of tho
Y. M. C. A. will be held tonight nt tho
hall. The election of threo directors
to succeed Ildward licnner. R. P.
llearilmoro and W. C. Wccdon will ho
ncid. Addresses will lie mnuo u uev.
Silas Perry nnd othe-s. A report of
lh" year's work will be read by tho
secretary of tha Hoard n' Directors,
Secretary Coleman will speak, giving
suggestions for the working campaign
for the coming year.
Mcdlci.l Society to the Governor.
At n special meeting of the Honolulu
Medical Society Saturday night, four
teen physicians met to enter a poslttvo
protest against the antl-vacclnatlon
bill, passed by both houses, A com
mltteo consisting of Dr. Wood. Dr. Sin
clair, Dr. Mays and Dr. Meyers, wa
appointed to draft resolutions to Gov
ernor Dole, asking him to veto tho lnw,
Tho resolution, setting forth reasons
nt length will bo presented to tho 10
soclety tonight for adoption.
Probably No lii.ee.
J. M. McChesncy stated today that
ho was connected with tho Kona-Koha-1a
railway' scheme for which Senator
Achl seeks n franchise.
Try a Tribune hlcyclo and bo con
vinced of their easy riding qaulltles.
The People of
It When looking for a GOOD A
SIIOI: at a moderate! prlo
should not f.til to tec us
We have evi-rylhlnn In the :i
FootivtMr Line for both 1!
Ladles and Gentlemen. !;
t r r , , t t