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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II, T., WEDNESDAY, Al'IUL 17, 1901,
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W H RICK, President
W. S. WITHERS, Manager
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OFFICE HOURS J?- " J. P-'
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TfcL. Main 346
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HOURS 9 TO 4
204 BoHton Block.
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has removed his office from the corner
of Hotel and Fort Streets to the
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STREET.
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Dr. W. G. Rogers
I VI, I AR, NOSI. AM) THROAT
When the Senato met for the after-
noon session yesterday, tho clerk read
n communication from the House to
the ilTect thnt that body had concurred '
In tho Senato amendments to Hill No,
42. Under suspension of rules, Mr. C,
Brown gavo notice of his Intention to
Introduco "An Act to provide for the
appointment of Comlssloncrs of Deeds
In States and Territories of the United
States and foreign countries " Under 1
further suspension of rules, tho follow
ing hills were Introduced, read first
time bj tltlo nnd referred to the Print
By Mr. Knnuhn "An Act to license
persons bujlng, selling nnd exchanging
lite animals" I
By Air. White "An Act to amend
Act 25 of the Laws of 1898 relating to
and concerning vehMes, tires nnd
wheels by adding n new section to bo
called Section 5 a." I
By Mr. White "An Act to quarnn-'
tine lio animals," ,
By Mr. White "An Act to Incor
porate the Honolulu Tclephono Co.,
When the clerk announced "Second
reading of Senate bill 42, thero was a
noticeable stillness In tho Senato for,
At last, tho Dispensary bill had como
before the members for consideration, 1
laden with nil manner of petitions, pro
tests nnd reports.
Tho bill being a long one, Mr. C,
Brown moved that It bo rend by title,
Dr. IIiihmI muted that It bo read
through nnd theio was a groan all over
tho house for It was )25 o'clock. Tho
former motion prevailed the bill was
read b title and then Mr C Brown
niado the following motion which was
tiulckly seconded by Mr. J. Brown
Whereas, Senate bill 42, otherwise
known as tho Dispensary Act, has
been mndo tho order of tho ilny for
consideration at this day's besslon of
the Senato; nnd whereas, tho proposed
measure Is radical in tho extreme, and
will if passed require a largo amount
of money to carry out, among other
things, the measures proposed by said
Whereas, at tho last general election
no mention was made In tho platforms
of any of tho political parties to the
electors of this Territory, or any meas
lire regulating the Unfile of liquor, nor
upon any temperance measures, nor
upon any measures of like, nature, and
Whereas, In matters of this Import
nnco It Is to the Interest of all persons
that tho opinion of the electors of tho
whole Territory should ho expresbid,
and their wishes and desires known
through the ballot box, and
Whereas, tho question raised by said
Act, and also such other questions In
cldentnl and pertinent to this ineasmc,
having never been submitted nor pass-
New Special Treatment for Deafness
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OI'PICE-184 Hotel St., opp, Y.M.C.A.
HOURS -9 to 12-2 to 4:30-7 to 8,
lii'iiiiiiiMdi'iirrV EJ"2 to carry
iGESSLEttSf! -21 to take
; MAGIC 3. f.Twbu to
.; WAFERS incho
tfWWtMWtW, l c.ut. -ill Jrussl.t.
cd upon by either political party of
tho 1 crrltory, and the opinion of n ma
jority of all the voters of tho Territory
being an unknown quantity thereon.
Now, therefore, be it resolved, That
Senate Bill 12, otherwise known as tho
Dispensary Act, ho laid on the tnblo,
and that no further action bo taken
on the matter until such time as the
electors of this Territory havo had A
chance of expressing their opinion
thereon, nt the next genernl election.
So far ns action on the hill Is con
cerned, this Is the point where It stop
ped Tho Senators talked on tho sub
ject until 4 33 o'clock when It was
thought best to adjourn. However, It
was evident from tho speeches made
that tho Dispensary bill had absolutely
In tho midst of the debate, the chair
announced a communication from the
Secretary of tho Territory to tho effect
that tho Governor had signed tho fol
lowing hills: N
1. "An Act to npproprlato an cmer.
gency fund to be used In repairing th
damages caused by tho lato storm."
I. "An Act to prevent tho employ
ment of minors In places where In
toxlcntlng liquors are sold and to pre
vent minors from visiting such places."
Mr. Cecil Brown started tho debate
on the bill after he had presented his
motion. Ho prefaced his remarks with
the statement thnt there would be hell
nnd damnation in the country if the
bill should pass and went on to sal
that thero was nothing to prevent any
one from making all the okolehao nnd
swipes ho enred to so long us tho stuff
was used by the person making It and
The Dispensary bill had been launch
ed forth nt tho Sennto without tho clec
tors having had a chance to say n word.
So far ns the public was concerned, nil
he knew about any feeling whatever
was by means of a couple of petitions
from this Island,
Dr. Itussil said that Mi. C Brown'
remarks were so old nnd savored so
much of the report of tho majority
report of the Intoxlcints Cummlttee
that ho would wait until some more
worthy nrguments wero brought for
ward beforo attempting to cross
swords. Tho bill was a tempcranc
measure, all arguments to the con
Mr. Baldwin. In prefacing his re
marks, said that, In hla talk nbout tho
hill on the outside, he had not tried to
Influence any of tho members ono way
or tho other. It was a matter that
should bo left with every man to do
cldo according to his conscience. "As
a temperance man," said tho speaker,
"I am In full accord with tho Dispel
sary bill I favor tho Gothenberg sys
tem So much for my personal feel
ing. I havo read tho bill over care
fully and munot seo thnt It Is n tem
perance mensure. I havo spoken to
both Dr Hussclnud Mr, Knnuha nbout
the bill and they say It is not a tern
pci nnco incisure Whin I first read
tho hill. 1 did not know the Idea of
tho Introdtuer As I read nlong and
saw It was not n tempornnco measure,
I wns puzzled tn know why It had been
Introduced There nrn very many fib
jectlonnblo featuics to tho bill Thero
Is no limitation to the beer nnd wine
that can bo made, in tho country und no
limit tn distilling.
"Should tho hill go through and tho
sjstem of permits provided for, is al
lowed, thero will be pandemonium
throughout tho country. Iha hill Is
Imperfectly drawn und Is contradic
tor-,. It should be revised If It Is going
to pass. The bill provides for local
option. The conditions In tho countrj
aro not jet ripe for such a condition of
affairs. Before local option Is practic
ed, w must havo here n middle class
the farmers who will settle on th
Mr. Baldwin went on to say that any
thing not In tho platform of n party
should not be passed on until tho peo
ple had had their Bav Tho government
was not a reforming Institution and
nothing could be gained by passing a
law to the effect that the "people must
bo good' when, perhaps, the people
were not In favor of it and would bo In
for repealing tho law at the ucxt ses
sion. The icformntlon of tho people
should begin nt home. In tho Sunday
schools and In the churches. If tem
perance was wanted, tho people should
be brought up In temperance.
Mr Baldwin said that the majority
of the people of Maul wero against
the bill. He said his proposition wna
o give tho bill to a commission to ro
port nt the next session. The electors
should have a chance to consider the
matter and Instruct their representn
Mr. Carter spoke against the '
along the same lines at; Mr. Baldwin
and Mr. Kalauokalant closed the clay's
argument In an appeal for tho passago
of the bill, principally tor the good of
tho native Hawaiian, who, scientific
men said, were being killed off through
tho use of liquor.
irchltects, Contractors and Builders
a., w. Pic
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Office: Rooms 24, Arlington Annex,
nnolulu, H. I.
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OP ALL EINDB.
enlors in Lumber und Ooitl
Queen stront. Honolulu
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't. Orders left at either shop, or offici,
c .'ohn Nott's I'ors, Klntj street, will r
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Droaicages reon to, and you
Roofs Put tn Order
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Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
Rlchtrd Street, bt. Queen and MerchinV Honolulu.
Jobblog protaptty .RMd.d t..
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Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. 1 am
now ready to ftgurj on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. II. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
B. K. KAA1, ,
Teacher of ' .itar, Mandolin, Zltbar
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left care ol Wall, Nichols
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Consulting and Superintending
Electro-Hydraulic Powor Transmission
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LAMES T. TAYLOK,
OFFICE IN OI.0 ARLINGTON
800 Judd Block. Telo. 618.
Honolulu Iron Works Oo
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purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at ihorteit notice.
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