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HONOLULU. TKRK1TOUY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21 1001
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Author of the Army Bill
Talks of Island
APPROVES OF WILCOX'S
' UNION WITH REPUBLICANS
Says. Conger will be Iowa's Next
GovernorThat United States
Will Hold Onto
Captain J. A. T, Hull, Congressman
from the Seventh Ion a District, and
chairman of the Committee on Military
Affaire, who arrived In the transport
Logan yesterday. Is accompanied on his
trip to the Philippines by Mrs. Hull
nnd daughter, Miss Annette Hull, Judge
O r Odlln nnd wife, lato of Portp III
co. Judge L. It. Wliney of St. Iouls.
Hon J Gibson of Creston, Iowa, and
Dr. Geo. A. Vawt,or of Illinois are also
In the party. The Judges go to the
Philippines to hold ofnre nnd the two
latter gentlemen nro on a pleasure tr.lp.
Capttln Hull will maKC a special in
vestigation of the military require
ments In the Philippine Islands and
return with his family by way of Ja
pan. ponding; a month In that country.
The Congressman nnd his friends.
Upon the arrival of t'io boat at the
dock, took carriages and with char
ftcterlstle energy spent the afternoon
In seaich of out of tho way and Inter
estlng places about the city.
When the subject of the future mill
tar policy In tho Philippines was
mentioned, the organizer of the new
American Army said: "While It Is
felt In Washington that tho InsurreC'
tlon has had Its back broken for some
time, yet it Is figured that a guerilla
warfare throughout the Interior will
have to be contended with for years.
A large military force will be required
to establish order nnd assist In the
restoration of pcaco In the back coun
tries. "There are many army questions In
connection with our occupation of tho
island?." continued Mr. Hull, "and I
thought 1 would mix business and
pleasure by going over the ground In
person. There aro perhaps fifty or
Blxty other members, of Congress who
will make the trip for the same pur
pose this summer.
"I believe the American ntmy Is now
upon a basis of organization, sufficient
to meet the demands and exigencies of
the nation for a very long time. It
will be able to copo with any nation.
"The scandals reported some tlms
ago in the quartermaster's department
at Manila have proved to be nf little
"I would rather talk of, Hawaii than
of the army," said tho Congressman.
"I hae been talking army for four
years and I want you to give me a
chance to say that Honolulu as I bbw It
yesterday afternoon In our drives, Is
the only place I ever visited thnt sur
passed my expectations. Hawaii la
certainly a grand acquisition for the
Turning questioner. .Mr. Hull asked
nbout the natives, about tho ICglsla
tme. about the Governor, about sugar,
about Wilcox, and wanted to know tho
names of nil the funny trees and pret
ty (lowers that hnd been seen In the
lawns and gardens of the city.
"Down nt Washington," said he,
"Wilcox trained with the Democrats,
mote than he did with us. Wo found
him a little difficult to cultivate, but
I now understand, no has effected a
union ot his party nnd tho Republicans.
I suppose he will coma back to us
Buyrrs are beginning to
realize more and more that
Is to be unquestionably
Th Best Suburb
560,000 wor.li of thesr choice
home ltei Inv; been bougnt
since the auction sile of March
urJ- You will have n better
selevtlon for yourself If you let
us how you the ground this
or CASTLE & LANSDALE
wearing the right colorsnnd working
on the right side.
"Voitr Legislature Is properly trying
to make provision for Her Majesty
Lllluoknlanl. 1 wotill not like to see
her get more than was given by Con
gress to tho widow of General Grant
Her pension was fixed at $5,000 per an
num." Speaking of Cuban affairs. Mr. Hull
laid "Tho chnnces nre good for Am
erican possession to continue for a
long time. Congress his tied tho hands
of President McKlnley rretty close and
the rejection by the Cubans of the
Piatt amendment means n prolongation
of American occupation."
P"Mr. Hull nnd wife were highly In
terested to know that the Conger had
hut recently stopped here. When 'old
that Minister Conger would accept tho
nomination as Governor ot Iown, It It
should be tendered him, Mr. Hull said:
"Then Conger will be our next Gov
ernor. The people arc watting for that
message nnd the other candidates nre
waiting for It ns n signal to iik5 to
the woods. The people aro preparing
to give Minister Conger n rnyil wel
come. Ho will be nominated by ac
clamation at the Repibllcan conten
tion." Judge O. F. Odlln has been trans
ferred to the Philippines from Porto
nico, where he was Judge. He Is sor
ry that Hawaii Is not his dcsMnctlon
He believes the Hnwnilnn to possess
finer qualities of citizenship than the
'natives of Porto Itlco. In fact, the
failure to accomplish anything lire
made him rtpubt seriously the whdiu.i
of granting unrestricted s'lffrag" to
th natives In our tropical posiosjlons.
He will study this subject while hr
and after arriving In tho Philippines.
In tho Senate this morning. Mr. J.
Jlrown Introduced the following resolu
Whereas, there Is n large amount
of business ot Importance to the
Territory yet undisposed of, nnd
that cannot be finished during the
remaining. days of the session and
Whereas, It Is necessary for the
disposition ot such remaining busi
ness of the present session of tho
Legislature that Its session should
Now, therefore, be It resolved
That a committee of three mem
bers of the Senate bo appointed to
wait upon the Governor of tho Ter
ritory nnd request that an exten
sion ot tho present session ot the
Legislature bo ordered.
This resolution caused the members
to do some hatd thinking and then Mr.
C. Drown moved that further consider
ation bo deferred until tomorrow In
order that the Republicans might hnvo
time to consider tho proposition. Tlio
Independents said no to this nnd then
,Mr. Kunuha said the Republicans had
assisted in delaying the work of tho
session. Mr. C. Drown dented tho al
legation. There was much talking back and
forth nnd the resolution was finally
adonted by a vote of 8 to C, tho Inde
pendents voting solidly tor and tho
Republicans against tho measure.
Tho chair appolntod Messrs. C.
Drown, Paris and KalauokalanI on tho
committee but the former two declin
ed tho honor, they having voted against
the resolution. Tho chair then ap
pointed the followlns committee:
Messrs. KalauokalanI, Kanuha and
LEWEK8 & COOKE BUILDING.
Dlds have been opened by Lowers
& Cooke for the construction of n
three story business block on tho On
lick lot on King street. Tho award has
not Ct been made but will be wlPiln a
few days. Construction will bo com
menced at once and tho building com
pleted within six or eight months. Tho
cost will bo about (123,000.
Tho building will hnvo a terra cot
tn and pressed brick front nnd Interior
fittings and finishing of n rich nnd up
to dato character. The frontage of
,160 Jeet will be divided Into threo
storo rooms, which wlll.be occupied by
tho firm's stock of hardware and
EXODUS OF CARPENTERB.
Tho dull season In building In Hono
lulu Is now on. It tho exodus of carpen
ters to the .Mainland by tho Sierra Is
any criterion. A leading carpenter
stated to n Bulletin reporter, that many
of the big buildings lately completed
had not been followed by others offer
ing emplojinimt to carpenters. The
employment of Oriental labor by mnny
bulldc'R K also n ronton for tho outgo
of white lubor The well posted Hono
lulu carpenter nlwus looks for slack
uoik In May nnd June.
1 . -
Tho Kslgnntloti of W. J. Lowilo ns
11 1111 mht i- of tho llo.ttd of Health has
been accepted b Governor Dole.
Veteran Passes Away
After Illness of
HE HAD SUCCESSFUL
AND VARIED CAREER
Long Been Resident of Hawaii and
One of Its Leading Business Men
Grand Army Man-Plans
John Newton Wright, ono of Hono
lulu's oldest residents died at 11:25
o'clock this morning irom ranccr of
tho stomach. Mr. Wright had been
Blck for the last two jiurs off and on.
The end was cxpectcj. He passed
nwny without nny suffering.
Mr. Wright was born In Dorlngton
N Y In 1S30, whero lie was educated
In the shoe making trade. In 1853 ho
moved to San Franclsso. He returned
home In 1S55, when ho wns married.
In IS" he settled In Memphis. N. Y
going Into tho wagon business, holding
tho offlco of rjunty sheriff for two
In 1ST.3 .Mr. Wright enlisted as a pri
vate In the 22d New York Cavalry,
serving with honor In the battles of
tho Wilderness. Petersburg, Richmond
nnd half n dozen other engagements.
He wns mustered out as an ordefly ser
gennt In 18C5. In ISCfl his first wlfn
died, nnd he started for San Fran
cisco, removing to Honolulu becauso
of his health In 1SC8, Ho began work
at Kolon plantation, and In 1871, In
company with' Paul Isenbcrg and ono
or two others, booghf'out tho plantnJ
tlon, thereby becoming manager. In
1832 he sold out and since that time
has resided In Honolulu with tho ex
ception of five ears In which he was
mannger of Ookala plantation.
In 1874 the deceased married Anna
Wundcnberg. sister of Fred Wundcn
berg. Mrs. T. J. King, Mrs. J. II. Sopcr,
Mrs. Frnnk Drown, nil of this city and
Mrs. Darby of Healdsburg, Cal. Re
sides the widow, the deceased leaves a
brother In Santa Rosa, a nephew, W. II,
Wright of this city, and n niece, Mrs.
C, F. Peterson..
Mr. Wright was a Senator In 189C and
Tho funeral will take place tomor
row afternoon from the home of tho
deceased. Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, of
which W. II. Wright is master, will
have charge of the ceremony. The
Grand Army Post will also bo In at
tendance. PROSECUTION OF CRIME HAS
DEGENERATED TO A FARCE
Corrective Measures Necessary in the
Attorney General's Department
to Render the Penal Laws
of Any Account
Tho criminal calendar In Judge
Gear's court Is being vipldly uenuded
uf caseB b'y a process decidedly ktiango
In the annuls of com Is and ot very
uncertain effect upon tha welfare il tfcr
community. The unusual number of
cases that have been dismissed this
week in the result of different Inter
pretations of (ho, lawsnf 18D7 onerlin-
inal procedure, in the District and i;ir
Section C0C Chapter r.t, Pcnl Laws
of 1897. says In effect that a warrant
shall Issue for tho arreit ot an offender
only upon a complaint In writing, slgi
cd by the complalnan. Section C07.
gives tho District Magistrate discretion
to summons an offender without writ
ten comnlalnt. where tho often" chare
ed Is notVt a serjous mtur-j or one tor
which a severe penalty should not he
A number of conviction' It. commit
tal cases Involilng grnui offenses, bnve
been thrown out of tho Ciicult r.jjurt
this wick becauso there was n3 wilueu
complaint filed In tho Dlstilct Court
Othii similar cases aro oln,i '.t.e ami
Judge Wilcox claims that ho acquires
Jurisdiction In a case, wncu ilm prison
er appears beforo him and pleads. "If
thern has been no wrlt.i't :nni)lnlnl,
the plea amounts to 11 wuIwm of this
statutory right of tho i mcd unit tho
Jurisdiction of tlm DUlrlu Court li
complete," says Judge Wllcsx.
'I ho Circuit Court holds to thu con
trnry and has thrown out numerous Im
portant cases this week, becuuw the
stntute requiring n written complall.t
had not been compiled with by thi
prosecution In the District Court
The most flagrant Instance of Jess of
Umo nnd money, and tho miscarriage
of Justice, occurred yesterday. Wlrrl
arraignment ami trtnl and Just as the
ed with selling liquor without a license,
It came to Judge Gear's notice thnt no
written complaint had l.em filed In thn
District Court nnd he thereupon dis
missed the ease nnd discharged the
On Monday and Tuesday F M
Drooks secured the discharge of threa
clients, convicted In the District Court
upon very serious chnrges, by these
tactics, Ynklynma. sentenced by Judge
Wilcox to six months' Imprisonment
for aiding nnd abetting, was discharged
on these grounds, This was the most
important case that has come up fron
Iwllei for a year anl the evidence wj
strong In showing up the relations bi
tween two Inmates and thi man who;
It was alleged, received Jhtlr proceeds.
Achu, convicted of assault upon r.
hnckmnn found liberty by the samo
route. Ah Hoy tho Chinaman wan
was throttled by a big natUc wha
found him stealing Into his dnughtcr'J
bed room In the middle of the night,
also escaped through this loophole.
Toloalea, sentenced tn pay a fine of
1100 In the District Court, wns yanki
by his attorney, through this knot ho
The officials of the District Court n!
lege that In some of these cases, writ
ten complaints were filed and a-ibaa
quently loit by the Attorney General's
department. Judge Wllcnv stand fiat
footed upon his proposition that t Wm
In his court amounts to a wahcr of the
right to demand a written complaint,
He says further thnt tho prosecuting
officers of the police department nr
overworked or careless.
Wherever tho fault lies the fact rs
mains that much time and taxes are
vainly spent In tho effort to bring
criminals to Justice, tlutlness ,ln tho
courts Is piled up mountain high, whll
this farce of criminal prosecution go
ELKS WENT T0WB0ATIN0
The tug Fearless took a party of
Elks and the band aboard this morn
ing and accompanied the steamer Sier
ra outsldo tho harbor. As soon as tho
Inst good byes had been Bald and the
departing Elks on the Sierra had yelled
alohas and thrown tela till they were
hoarse and tired tho band played a
farewell tune nnd tho Fearless started
hack to port.
Just as she turnel around tho 1
schooner Allco Cooke, Captain Pen- lots and favoring the change from a
hallow, from Port Gamble was sighted rato ot five cents per ton, to rate on the
nnd so tho Fearless started out after draught ot a vessel. Tho petition tur
ner. Tne I.'lcu seeing thnt tho Fear-lther suggests tho rato of J1.G0 per foot
less had a party aboard thought that! on draught of water ot a vessel under
she would return to port but Cnptaln
Drokaw having a chance to show how
he could beat tho Elcit went after tho
Alice Cooko taking th band and the
excursionists along with him.
Cnptaln Penhallow and his wife wero
greatly surprised to see tho Fearless
crowded with pcoplo and hnvlng the
band aboard making for him. Tho ISIks
rnther enjoyed their tow host experi
ence this morning and thanked Cap
tain Hroknw heartily for tho fine trip
ho had given them,
PETERSON. DIVORCE GRANTED.
Worcester, Mass, April IC There
has been filed here for record a decree
granting to Helen A. White-Peterson a
permanent separation from her bus-1
band, R. C. A. Peterson, moie familiar
ly known In San Francisco and Hono
lulu as "Prince" Peterson.
Mrs. Peterson Is tho daughter of -Mr.
White, tho MuBsachusets Ico king, and
nn exceedingly attractive oung wo-
man. who first met her ex-husband four1
years ago while visiting Honolulu with1
her mother. I
Artlp1p nt Inmrnnrntlnn uprp fllpil
today by tho "W. J. England Plumbing , ro,""' "' 8,,c'1 ln Uo orUer m01l1
Company, Limited." Tho persons In-. Tll cllnlr nceent'" ,he reslgmitlons
terested aro John Ouderklrk. W. J.lnml "tilted , that he would appoint lb
England, F. J. Wllhelm, Tred Harrison
and J, Finney, Tho new corporation
absorbs tho business of tho W. J. En
gland Company, plumbers. The capi
tal stock is tc,500, divided Into 3i5
shares of tho par value of J20, with op
tion to rnlso tn 123,000. The principal
placo of business Is nt Honolulu. Tho
Incorporation covers n term of fifty
OPECA HIIASON OPENS.
Iho Josephine Stnntou Opera Coin
pany, thirty ptoplo stiong, arrived In
tho Veiituru this morning, Tho com
pany has Just completed a very suc
cessful tour of tho Northwest nnd
tilings all tho regular iiiombeis Tho
opein season will open louinrmn night-
Till! WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes, II
F. WICIIM N
Kanha First, Paris Sec-
ond and J. Brown
TAKE UMBRAGE AT THE
ACTION OF THE BODY
New Railway Franchise Bilb Pass
Second Reading and Third
Reading Set For
At this forenoon's session of
Senate, the whole Committee on
counts resigned on account of tho re
fusal ot n majority ot the upper house
to reconsider the vote oa the matter of
proof leading, which came up In the
Another Important thing done wns
the passage of n resolution providing
for the appointment of a committee of
three to wait on the Governor and re
quest him to extend the session.
The thne franchise bills for an clec
trie railway In llllo and a steam rail
way In Konit nnd Kan, passed their
second lending nnd third reading was
set for Saturda) T'i' first of these
was Introduced by Mr, J. T Drown
while the two Kona bills wero intro
duced by Messrs. Achl nnd Paris, re
spectively. At the opening of the morning ses
sion of the Senate today, communica
tions froir hc House were read, nn
nounclng the passage lu third reading
of Senate bill 13 and tho Indefinite
postponement of Senate bill 83. the lat
ter being an act to provide for the II-
1 censing of tailoring and dressmaking
Mr. Paris reported for the Public
Lands Committee on Petitions 11, 20
and 29 and Resolution 13, dealing with
appropriations for various public
works In Koliala, Hawaii, and Wat
mea, Kauai. Different recommenda
ttons were made and the amounts ask'
ed for cut down. The reports were
tabled to await tho bill.
Mr. White presented a petition from
twenO-une sen captains and the lead
ing business houses relating to the bill
providing for tho compensation of pi-
B00 tons; nnd a rate of J2 per foot on
draught of water of 11 vcrsol of 500 tons
and over; also recommends that tho
pilots receive fees In lieu of n fixed sal
The petition Was laid on the Initio to
be taken up with the Appropriation
Mr. Raldwln presented a petition
from the people of Kalaupapa ,Molo-
kal, nsklng for an Increaso In tho sal
aries of police officers. This was refer
led to tho Public Health Committee.
Mr. Knohl piesented n resolution
asking for (1200 for a school houso and
pay for teacher tor Honolpu North
Koliala. Tabled V await tho bill.
Mr. Carter Introduced a resolution
j asking tho Committee on Accounts to
furnish thu Senate with a statement of
the money already expended and a
statement ot tho unpaid bills so that
tho Senate can have some Idea of the
charges made and ccpenBcg to date.
Mr, Achl amended this resolution to
find out how much of the $15,000 np-
preprinted remains. Adopted.
Mr. Carter then sought to have tho
vote on the matter ot paving fifty cents
per folio for proof reading reconsider
ed but tho motion was lost and Messrs,
Ksnuhii, Paris and 'J. Drown, constf-
tutlng the whulo Committee ou Ac-
c"' co.un eo nuer .un noon nour.
Senate bills SI, 85 and 92, dealing
with electric and Jtam railways ou
Hawaii, wero then urought up In third
reading The threo reports, recom U
mending passage with certain amend
ments, were adopted and thin reading
set for Saturday,
At 11:50 o'clock, tho Senate took a
recess until 1:30 o'tlo.'K.
C. P. Ilerrlclf lluclc With ItiigglcH.
Among thu nnlvals In tho Ventura
ftom tho Coast weioC. V Derrick and
wlfo who hnvn been on tho Mainland
fur tho past two month 1. Mr. Derrick
spent molt nt tho tlmo In Chicago and
other (astern cities buying 11 stink of
buggies nnd hninens 'or his rnrrlngo
cumpnnv. Must of his putihases with
mado from tho Columbus Duggy Co.
He nlsu secured a loiuiilcto rubber tip
outfit and will iiinnuructiiifl what Is
known us thu Kclly-SprlngficId tlr
A large part of the stock purchased 1
Is on tho way nnd the balance will
soon follow The vehicles were order-i
cd to suit th peculiar demands here
nnd will Includo some of the finest
equlpngfs ever brought to Honolulu
A meeting of the cxecnthe commit
tee of the Ilos' llrlgidc Advertising
Tourney, was held this morning nnd
reports heard which Show that the
business men of the city arc heartll)
supporting th enterprise. Ahead)
twenty-five business houses hnve 411b
scrlbed 423 each for the privilege of
bidding nt the auction sale of plares
on the vaudeville nihertlslng program.
This number will prolan) reach fifty.
A committee consisting of J. A. Tut
hill. C. H. Atherton. W. W. Harris
and F. J. Church, wns appointed to lay
off space on the drill shed Hoar for
A prompter committee to suggest
brilliant Ideas, killing slutntlons nnd
original hits to the nihertlsers was ap
pointed. It consists of C. It. Adams.
Walter Dillingham, Theo. Richards
It. W. Shingle nnd O. P. Wilder.
P. M. Pond was appointed to prold
8nd Ncwh lor Judge Genr.
Judge Gear received a cablegram
this morning stating that Miss Anna
Walker, to whom he was soon to be
married, was djlng. Miss Walker has
been traveling with her mother In thu
Orient nnd Hurope.
More MnchlnUtH Join Ktrlkern.
Four men arrived In tho Ventura to
take the place ot striking machinists
at the Honolulu Iron Works. They
were nil union men nnd according to
the statement of n lending machinist
were paid wages from the time they
left San Francisco and their fare. The
four newcomers called at Machinist
headquarters this morning at Win eric j
hall and ns a result have decided not
to go to wofk. They will cast their
fortunes with their brthren.
BRITISH TAX SCHEME
IS EAGERLY AWAITED
Proposals of Sir Michael Hicks
Beach Will Have Important Re
sults Both in Finance and
Politics of Nation.
New York, April 18. Ministers nuJ
members of parllameit' arc nlieidy
gathering for the budget speech today,
uajs the Tribune's Loidun correspon
dent. Sir Michael HUks-lleach is
vising his estimates, and putting; Iho
finishing touches on tho budget. Lord
Lnnsdowno has returned and thc-1.1 will
be a full attendance nt the Cabinet
meeting tomorrow. Sir Michael Illcki-
Dcach has kept his oillchl S'cretB so
closely that tho budget spfculu'.ois ar
working In the dark.
Export duties on coal, Inci cased du
ties on ten, tobacco and ..plilts, tho
Inclusion of sugar In tho schedules, In
direct taxation and Inciesscd tiiT.ulon
of Incomes aro prcdlctol on tho ovo of
the resumption of tho kesslou; but
theio Is no authoritative- lnformitlon
and somo of theso guesses will prow
Incorrect, for the Chmccllor u' th
Exchequer Is certain to find It more
comfortable to borrow money llheiully
than overwhelm theiouo'i) villi fifth
taxation when the end of tho will Is not
In sight, llnccrtslnty picvnlls in the
Welsh nnd Lancashire coal districts
and tho Liverpool sugar market and
lommerclal circles generally.
Sir Michael Illcks.Reach will bo fac
ed with a united Liberal front bench.
Sir Jlcnry Campbcll-Bannerman lit'vlr.B
returned In Improved henlth and Sir
William Vernon Harcourt being ir fine
Much depends upon tho reception of
the budget speech by tho country. The
promotion of Mr. Chamberlain to thn
leadership ot thu commons and tho ele
vation ot Mr. Dalfour to tho-ficcrngn
will be hastened If tho budget proves
highly unsntlsfaitory tn tho nation.
Military clubs nro also ngog over
General Roberts' dispatches on tho war
nnd tho long list of commendations.
Lord Methuen's friends are Jubilant
and General llullcr's pirltsnns are dis
concerted by tho loolness of Geneinl
Rohnrts' reference tn Mm.
It Is hardly credlblo that General
llutlei desired his suicessur lu tho chief
command tn patronize him. Ho at
tended Winston Chuichlll'H ledum nt
tho United Rervlio Ir.Hlliitlon with
ninny other military hueu mid n'cmcd
to he bearing up bruudy,
sollrltlng agent wanted,
I House Members Get Cay
COMMITTEE REPORTS ARE
RECEIVED AND TABLED
Language in the Schools Causes Much
Discussion-Petitions Come In
New Bill Intro
duced. Four bills for third reading nnd thir
ty-live bills on s(cnud reading con
fronted tho solons when tho House con
vencd this morning. Five bills went
received from the Senate.
House bill 57, relating to vacancy on
tho Circuit bench, wns reported as hav
ing passed third reading in the Senate.
House bill 19. relative to the sale of al
cohol, also passed third reading In tho
The Committee on Public Health re
ported on a petition pravlng thnt tho
price of fish be reduced to ten cents a
pound advised that tho petition bo
tabled Tho report was adopted, Ma
hno then moved to rc-onslder tho re
port, and It was tabled to be con
sidered with Proudcrgasts's bill on tho
The Committee on Public Health re
ported on a petition praying that post
mortem examination bo abolished, ad
vising that the pravct- be denied. Tb8
report was tabled.
Kaulmakaolo Introduced a resolution
asking thnt the sergcant-at-arms 'fur
nish the members of the House with
Hoogs amended It so that It should
read a houso and Int.
Monsnrrat also Introduced a n solu
tion that the scrgeant-nt-arms furnish
the members of tho House with chew
ing gum. '
Prcndergast introduced a bill estab
lishing a penal punishment for all peo
ple who did not carry out contracts.
Passed first reading after somo HttU
The Committee on Public Health re
ported on Douse bill 0C, reorganizing:
the Hoards of Health. Introducing a
substitute bill In Its place. Tho bill'
wns ordered printed. The report wai
adopted and passed on second reading.
Tho Committer on Public Health also
reported on the Senate bill exempting;
all homestead property valued at less
than $3000 from attachment, advising:
thnt the bill pass slightly amended.
The report was ndopted,
Mahoc Introduced a lesolutlon asking;
that Jamer Knulla bo paid 11C Tor
translating the County bill. Carried.
House bill 55, authorizing tho teach
ing of English and Hawaiian In pub
lic schools, came up for second rend
ing. The bill made It obligatory for
the children to learn both languages..
Dickey wanted to nmend the bill mak
ing it optional. Considerable discus
sion was In ought furtn. In the mlddls
ot which the House took tho usual noon
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