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Members Of Legislature
Meet With Central
WANT SESSION TO END
WITHIN SIXTY DAYS
ANTI SALOON LEAGUE PRESENTS
DRAFT OF STRINQENT BILL
DUT8 MEETS WITH NO
Tho Torrltorlnl Centrnl Cominltleo'
met nt Itopiihllculi headquaiters liiwt .
night with tho Heptibllcnn members-
elect of the Legislature for thin Island
for tho piirimho of discussing it pnrtj
program for tho coming scsidon On Anolhor mil Is the sale of adulter
nicoiint or tho nbsenco of it riunrimi.) utuil liquor. In miiin of tho saloona
no hi Hon wiih tiiktn along nn) llnujli, nutljlng ellstrlcls the-) uro selling
liirtlnr than to iIIkciiss measures for
can) lag out tho promises of the par.
l in tdo during the Inst campaign,
Tho onjy bill to which much atten
tion was paid was tho draft of n liquor
bill which bus been proposed by tho
Antl Saloon League Tho bill wns
tend by C (I. Ilnlle'itjnu, but didn't
seem to produce any grout Impression
t ii those present, nnd was passed ovor
vllhoiil much comment. It consists
principally of prohibitions nnd comes
tiH war In preventing tho snlo of liquor
nt all us uu-it tho most anient Antl
Saloon l.oag lor could wish. It doesn't
actually make It n crime for n man to
bo In good spirits, but It cornea pretty
ncnr making It n crime for him to
liao good spirits in lilm
Tho meeting wiih tho regular inonlh
l meeting of tho Tei rltorlal Centrnl
Committee, but tho Senators-and Hop-
resent.ithes elect had been Invited to
moot with tho lommlttio for tho pur
k)ko of discussing titeded legislation
Thoro wero only it few members of tho
Central Committee present. Among
tlioso In attendance wero Chairman
A. 0. M. Itoliertson. Secretary William
HnvleUe. i:, J. Crnwfoid. C. (!. Ilulloti
t.Mie. Carlos Long, (loo. A. Davis, John
l.ane, .1 I,, I'noo, Joseph Kiilnna, S.
1' Concu, A. I). Castro, John A.
Hughes, i: W (Julnn, W. T ItitwlliiH,
V U Smith, J M. Dow sett.
Tim mtetliiK wits enlleil to order nt
8 o'clock by Chairman A (1 M. Hob-
0 Ison Thoro wns not it quorum pres
nt, but It wns decided to km ahead
with discussion of tho mnttvrs for
which tho members of tho Legislature
had boon Invited to itttouil. A sub
committee wns appointed some time
nun to draft bills to cover needed leg-
1 diitlon. Itobertson stated that tho
c, nimltteo hud encountered Mtrlous
obstacles In this work. One thing
reeded wns an expression on tho part
of tho Heptibllcnn members of tho
l.cgislutuio its to tho methods nf cur
ilng nut tho various planks in tho
Tho chairman of tho committee, Mr
lliillcnt)iic, stnlcd Hint tho commltloo
wits unable to determine which of tho
Mil Ions Wovvh that had been expressed
would bo acceptable to tho members
(if tho Legislature. The method of nc
quiring water works wns an example
In tho case of Honolulu for Instance
whether tho transfer should bo mailo
with oi without co'ihlderutlon. Tho
hCOsi and pqvvcr of local school
Loards wns unolhrr nuttier for consld
(ration On ltd omit of Iheso curious
(liicsllons which hud arisen, tho com-
inlttco deslied to confer with tho l!e
publican nuiinbera of the I.CKlslaturo
lit. to tho way of dealliiK with tho dlf
Would Put Lid On
.Mr llullenlyno re.ul u pioposed draft
of n liquor license hill us prepaicd by
tho Antl Saloon Loiikuo. Tho main
features as differing flout I ho onl law
mo tho entire elliiiliiatlon of tho Issu-
nuco of fourth-class H'cnacs to aliens,
(huliKcs in the melhoil of obtaining li
censes. The promised hill raises tho
wholesale license from J.'tMl to $ld00,
nnd IUousch pennlttlng tho sale ot
liquors In quantities less than IUo gal
Inns, not In ho drunk on tho premises
uro mailo Jioo.
Tho selling of liquet within W) feet
of it school or church Is forbidden, In
stead ot ICO feel, us nt piesent, with
tut tho consent of owueis of real es
tntn, InBtead of pioperly holders as nt
piesent. Anybody whoso 'property Is
affected by tho Issuance of n license
mid who objects thcieto, has the light
to appeal to n board of arbitration,
Tho soiling of liquor to women Is
Tho helling of liquor between 11.30
p tu. and fi n. in nnd on Sundays Is
(litlrol forbidden This barn hotels
Drink So the Public Can See
Ono section provides Unit no liquor
shall bo sold except within full slow
of Hid public, unit nil screens, doora
t'lid such cither uirnneciucnts for Mint
tliiR off llio low from tho street nru
to bo done nwny wllli if tho Antl'
Saloon I.chkuo has Its way.
rtirthormoio, tho proposed net lui
poses it pcnult of $100 upon any pup
;j win who hiiMi liquor fioni n license.
jccntiai) to tho iiroHElomj of his II
! .N'oboilj becmeil to bo wlldl enlliu
plastic over I In- A lit I Saloon League's
Mil. In fact, .1 M Dowsett cnlml)
passed It our entlrel). unit suggested
tluit It would liu it good thine for the
committee to nppolnt it null committee
to draft n bill which could bo cnlml)
considered li tlio Central Committee
Joint Hughes mined Hint Scnntor ,
W. () Smith lie .'ulilcd to i lie sub com '
n.lttco on propelled legislation, ntul .
Ii.nl tlitsy ho cmimv.orcd to employ
e .unset In tho drawing up of bills, tno
counsel to louslst of those nt(otnc)ft
wl.o hno helped In the work of Hit
Need to Amend Liquor Law
Smith Mild Hint the liquor license'
Ittv passed b the last Legislature 1ms
been the cnuso of niutb harm In I ho
Mauds. Tlio Legislature meant nil
i'rIiI. but some mistakes hnd In on.
If.nde. The woist feature, ho said, lias
been tho tiiultlpllc.it Ititi of little fourth
t glass of so-called wine for S cents,
miserable stult which, does much
I arm." The law should provide inoro
full) for the examination and destrue
Hon of vicious mixtures
Sonntor Smith s.ild further that the
matter of cafes keeping open nil night
nnd Sunday needs revision
"Hut," tlio speaker said, "I do mil
think tho subcommittee need usurp
tho functions of I he Legislature by
providing for nil the details of needed
Senator Smith did not think It ncc
cisnry for tho Central Committee net
tally to prepare ami draft hills,
merely to seo that the spirit of the
p'ntform Is lived up to
Mr. llallcntvno stilted that bo
thought Senator Smiths levv the cor
S'xty Days Enough
W. T. Itnwllns offered Ills services
In mi) thing ho lould do to further tho
Ii terests of tho purl) He said tho
sooner work is begun, the better, us
he did not think am boil) wanted to
too tlio legislative session last longer
than sixty d.'os
V. O. Smith took the Poor again
suillng Hint there an only tho or 'jlx
lolntH to bo conslileicd in the bills tu
lo drifted. Ho suggested Hint u great
ileal of tho work Hint often elovolvus
nn members of tho Legislature is to
prevent unnecessurv legislation. Km
(,uent changes In tho laws uro luad
vlbable The Idea is not to see Uuvv
Mnny laws can bo passed. It of tun
happens that the best results nru ut
Inlued wltli the fewest bills. "If wo
hud any reasonable liquor law, even
lliu one In forte heforo tho lust Legis
lature passed the now Inw, I would not
ciiio to change It. I should advocate
r.ierely it more strict enforcement ot
II. I hope when uu get Into tho Leg
li latino wo will see lion few bills we
Senator Dowsett endorsed Senator
Smith's views, sajlng In tho last Leg
Itlaluro It wns necessary to try to
Mem the tldo of bills presented.
"To get through tho session in sixty
tlaH wo want to luiva these bills draft
id mid ready. Tho liquor bill wants
umemllng. oer)bod- iigrees." t)ow
sett reverted to Hughes' motion and
tlio chairman stilted that there was uu
piccssit) of putting tho motion. If
the commltleo was favorable its pics
Visions would bo carried out.
John Lane cnilorsed what Dowsett
luid sulci: '
Want That J30.000.
Haw Una wanted lo know how the
f30,0ui) itppioprluted by tho reilcrnl
Covin nment for tho expenses of tho
Legislature could ho obtained, lie un
derstood Hutt the Legislature could
pot sit iuoio than sixty iIujh and get
pay for it, mid tho Secretary of Hut
Terrlloiy would hnvo to glu a bond
ten tlio $:in,ono. lie wanted to know
iv hero tho Secretary was going to get
I'ff If tho susslou lasted more than
sixty dii)s nnd tlio legislators wanted
'heir pay for the oxtm limo.
"If this appropriation hits strings to
II, wo wnnt to know," ho wild, "vvhut
those strings are II) all menus let us
-ot our hands on that $30,000, Wo want
lo sitvo tlio Territory coiy cent wo
(no, and If wo past up Hint uppropriu
Hon, some time when wo go to llio
1'eileral (ioveinuioiit for alii, It will
tctt us wo don't need It.
"There Is no reason vvh) wo should
pot get tliioiigh wiih tho wssloii In
elxty days We want to get that $.10,
000." Economy Essential
Smith said ho was glad Itawllns had
brought tlio matter up, as tlio ichillou
between the Federal Government and
tho Terrltor) Is closer tlinn most peo
ple think "Oue-tliliil of our Terrlto
llal lovonues go to tlio I'oilur.il (lov
e.nnient," ho said, "and wo uro main
ti.lnlng our own government without
mi) uld from tho 1'eilernl Government
excopl tlio siilnr) of tho Governor and
u fow things ot that kind
"Wo don't li.no to look after nint
dis of revenue, quarantine, tho pot
P. E. R. Strauch
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office tic us wo did heforo nniicxn
thin, .md tho work of tlio Legislature
Is much less tliiin It uscil to he.
"When I think of how tho sul'iiler
of school teachers have had to bo re
di, ceil. I think the legislators ought to
kct the exnmplo of economy, nnd wo
ought to get through In sixty da.vs
"We ought to find out from tlio Sec
leturv what tho facts are in the mat
ler of Hint JM.wm If it is available,
without imri'iisonable restrictions, v.e
Might to get It If possible "
Mr. Macfarlano cnilorsed what W.
U. Smith had said, nnd stated that lie
lelleved It was Secretnr) Jack Atklit
son who hnd told him Hint ho wns per
ronittly responsible foi tho 110,000
ftli.l lift. I In tinf. ffi It Hint tlu. I.f.i-ttt
l.tturo adjourned within sixty tn8 II
they were to get the $30,000
John Hughes said Hint ho would likuj
the meeting to go on record in regard
to tho $10,000, Hint It should bo used
lor nil purposes, anil that nil unncccs
vary expense bo eliminated.
Dowsett thought I ho appropriation
hills ought to bo In early, its they havu
to go to committee, nnd It might pio
ctit their being side tracked for other
Vt.d obnoxious bills
D.tvld Kaiinlia suggested Hint n com
tiiltleo from tho different Counties be
pppolutcd on tho appropriation mat
tors, lo expedlto the work
To Call on Jack
Itawllns suggested that nil tho mem
bers elect on this Island go to Socio
ti.ry Atkinson and llnd out what tho
law regarding the $30,000 uppropiln
Smith said Hint ought to ho done nt
once, us tho Secretary might lmo to
cominunlcuto with Washington re
garding the mutter.
Chairman Itoliertson sulci ho would
Interview the Secretin y In legurd tu
(ho m titer.
On suggestion of tho chairman, It
wilt agreed that tho subcommittee on
legislation should meet with Smith
mid Itnwllns nt .1 o'clock this nftcr
noon to take up I ho work to ho accom
Smith said Hint b tlio time for nn
other election, there will bo ery lit
tlo beard of it Homo Utile party All
tho ILouiu Killers would go cither Into
tho Republican party or tlio Democrat
lo party If the Itepiiblicuu party falls
to make u good record, they will go
Into Hie Democratic part)
Tlio meeting adjourned ut 9 30 An
executive session was held after
wards. IT ST. Hll
llio Waterliouse Trust Co. curried
thlouiih another deal )esteidu) by
which Hie lliiwnliuu Ofllco Specialty
j Co takes upon Us shoulders the cloak
ot liicoiisii.itioii and Is placed on a
I, t! Kellogg, ripii'heutilig u H) Hell
enic, was tho pun baser The business
vlll be Incorporate!! and placed in the
bands of n reliable manager. The name
of tlio manager his not been given out
)ct but will bo in it few dajs.
MRS. JAMES ON MARU
Among the passengeis on tho Hong
Kong Mnril who wero glad to see Ho
nolulu once mure, was Mrs, (! 1.
J.tturs, the wlfo of llio manager of the
Koib & Dill Compaq) which wns hero
n few )iars ngo. Though sho wns onl)
In the city for it few hours Mrs Jainei
innnaneil to look up sevcrul of her old
acquaintances and cnJo)cd chats with
them over tho olel times.
SUDDEN DEATH OF O. E. MURPHY
N(ws has been received recently of
the death of Oliver K. Murphy, it well
known meiebant of Washington, I'ciin.
Mt Murph)'s sudden dentil wns u
gnat uhniU to his man) friends In his
home tllv Heart failure wns tho
iaii30 of Ills sudden taking off
Mr Murph) cpeiit lust winter In Ho
nolulu, stopping at the Moana hotel
i.nd is lemcmbercd b many with whom
liu en mo In contact
I i boniil appointed by tho Treasiirei. to
Tb Weekly Kdltlon of tho Rvenlnil'irbllrato In eases of icfiisul lo grant
llulletin ghes a coinploto summat? of 1CP11feg A), ngrml t0 haUll flfll
tne newiortud.lyrorgl. yr. j rlnB llc(WPB aljolu1lPl,t ,nlt ,,. llquor
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Numbers Corrected To t
Corner Fort and King. 63
Alakca and Oeretanla. 64.
Bethel and Merchant. 65.
Nuuanu and Queen. 67.
Nuuanu and King. 71.
Nuuanu and Hotel. 72.
Nuuanu and Beretanla. 73.
Fort and Motel. 74.
Alakea and Hotel. 75.
Atakea and Merchant. 76.
Punchbowl and King. 78.
Punchbowl and Queen. 81.
South and Queen. 82.
Fort and Queen. 83,
Fort and Allen. 81.
Allen and Kilauea. 85.
Alakea and Halekauwlla. 86.
Richards and Queen. 87.
Punchbowl St. below Halckau- 91.
King and River. 93.
Kekaullke and Hotel. 04.
Smith and Pauahl. 95.
Beretanla and River. 96.
King and Maunakea. 97.
Railroad Wharf. 123.
Iwilei Road, off Fertilizer Works. 124.
Cannery, off Iwllel Road. 125.
Iwllet Road, opposite Oahu Jail. 126.
Beretanla and King. 127.
Llllha and King. 128.
King and Dowsett Lane. 129.
Insane Asylum Road and School 132.
King and Walpllopllo Road. 134.
King and Kalihl Road. 135.
Middle and Rose. 136.
Vineyard and River. 137.
Vineyard and Nuuanu.
Arizonan Sails For
Tho Ameilcan Hawaiian steniner
Arizonan left lust night nt 11 o'clock:
for Sallna Cruz, taking tho first cargo
ot sugar which will pass over tho rails)
if tho .Mexican Centrnl Kallro.nl from
the Hawaiian Islands on the now To
hiiiiulepec route llio Arlroniin wns
n oU n mi
11 OPEN ROAD
not reuily to sail, liming taken on iUpply the books, withdraw the extra
board 10,400 tons of sugar wiillo sho or(jiary low rate made us. They are
can cuir) lZ.ZSO tons, hut wits started
on llio wuy 1) cable orders to Super
intendent Morso of this city from New
Those orders wero lo tho effect Hint
tho Arizonan must leave Honolulu In
time to ho sure to reach Sallna Cruz
before Januar) 22, when tlio opening
of tho .Mexican Central will ho for
mall) made Tlio opening of this road
! considered as nn epoch milking
event In the hlslor) of Mexico, anil
(rent preparations have been made
lor the day on which It will tnko plnco
Tlio most distinguished guest who
v.lll ho present will bo President Dluz
llio tlrniid Old Man of Mexico, who
will push it button which will blurt
the lirst trnlnlo.ul of sugar across tho
Sir Weetmun Pearson, the famous
English engineer who has had charge
' tho building of llio road, and who Is
alio tho engineer who dinvo the tun
r.ols under tho North river In Nuw
York, will also bo on hand, while tho
American lliiwnllnn Steamship Com
pan) will bo leprescnleel by President
bciirboi n nnd Captain lliirnham, tho
general manager of llio compuii).
There will liu three M-ssels waiting
on tlio other side of tho Isthmus to
litko llio cm go which tlio Arizonan will
deliver nt Snllnii Crur tho Dorothy
thu Hawaiian nnd tho .Missouri They
w III take tho sugar to 1'lillnilclphla unci
t.'iun return for moro, ns Ik foro Ihoy
tan get back thu Nebrnsknii will bo
at tho Isthmus with n hccoud load.
I'ollowliig thu suggestion nf
the nice ling held last oenlng it coin,
inlttco of Itepiiblicuu leaders mil in the
oCce ot W f) hinltli ut 3 o'cloik this
nftirnoon The) will go over tlio.mat
tn of hills nnd general affairs of the
DISCUSS LIQUOR LAW
A Joint eonunitUe of the Antl-Sa-loon
League ntul the Civic Federation
nnd a committee from the Llquoi Deal
ers' Association vestcrday met and ells
cussed it diuft foi u liquor law made
by the two Hist organizations. A very
friendl) spllit developed and the dif
ferences between the two committees
nio likely to be (ompiomlsed llio
draft provides tor high license, to
which the liquor men agree, but the)
tlt-o want n provision against the Issu-
nine of licenses lo non-citizens An
other section provides that no saloons
enn lie located within t50 feet of h
cluiKli or school The liquor men
tavoi tblu section onl) ns regard to
new- licenses The liquor men nlso
wnnt to hue the Supervisors and not
1 -.. .AVcitAaahi -" ..--,i.i .f (-..4iaAiBU,t',ft MfaJwyr.'aA)t. Jkui-iil
Vineyard and Fort.
Vineyard and Punchbowl. I
Beretanla and Punchbowl.
Alapal and Beretanla.
Liliha and School.
Llllha and Judd.
Pauoa Road and Nuuanu.
Nuuanu and School.
Fort and School. J
Emma and School.
Pauoa Road near Bridge.
Alapal and King.
Victoria and tslng.
Kaplolanl and Beretanla. '
Kaplolani and Green. )
Pentacola and Lunalilo. 'J
Pcniacola and Beretanla.
Pllkol and King. 1
Thurston, opposite Magazine.
Pentacola and Wilder Ave.
Lunalilo, oppotlte Kewato.
Keeaumoku and Wilder.
Kewalo and Heulu.
Maklkl and Domlnls. j
College and Domlnft. t
Maklkl and Lunalilo. '
Keeaumoku and Klnau.
Keeaumoku and King.
Punahou, opposite Bingham.
Alexander and Beretanla.
King and McCully.
King and Punahou.
Kalakaua Avenue opposite Sun
Kalakaua Avenue and Kalla Rd,
Kalla Road and Lewers Road.
Kalakaua Avenue, Moana Hotel.
Kalakaua Avenue opposite Race
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