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M"H"i-1 t t 1 1 1
itMM.n ii.i. ,,,m,i.. ..i" ii: rAwriiKi.i.H ri.r
KiitHiiiorliiK i iri)Hsl(lon to
iitljmmi for three iln)H In order to nl-
low Iho Brnntn to witch up Tlio fart
In III it for tlio lint lliuo In llio recent
lf-Klnlntho hlntorv of llnvvnll ilm
Homo lins ni.rlnlrd nlionil of the 8en -
fill I fit-Hint-1 1 Ilm Hnlindi linn nlti n '
" i' . v j.ihhu iinu uintun
liml lo unit foi till! Iloilfc, but III
III In kcxkIoii I liu tunilltlotis luno liccli
"Von hp( Hie IIoiiko In on llio or-
tier of llio ilny now," sulil Bpunkcr
HolaUlu lit nlioiil 10-no o'clock thin
luiiiuliilT "Tlinl wim formerly nocr
Icnclicil licfore In tlio nftcrniHin Ah
noon an It Rrtx tliroiiRh with that It
nlll linvo notlihiK to 1. ouIiir to tlio
fact Hint Hide nru no Mils umilnc
low n from llio Semite We did ton
Filler it plan lo linui both Houfps nil
Journ for three dnM In order to filvo
tlio Bciiate (oiniiiltlcpii a chance to
intdi up. Wo HiotiKlit Hint If thin
were done, tho da)8 durliiR which
(hero was no kcshIoii would not ho
(omilccl Wo found, however, that
thrno diK would ho ( (united anhow,
mid n H n ioiiKciilcii(n there would ha
nothing Knitted b) Midi mi udjoum
Thu fnllliiR huhlnd or tho Scnntc la
trnccalilo to tho main fact that tho
nor I; of tho committees Is badly con
ceited ThlH In duo to tho fnct that
i. few prominent incmbcra of tho Sen
ate, hold tho Important committees.
whllo tho rest urn on unlinportniit
committees, Milrh hno practically
nothlni: tn do. Thus, Smith In on tho
Judiciary, IliMlth nnd Spocl.il Count
nnd Special Mipior Committees; Chll-
HiiRworth on tho Public nxpcndl
turci. Judiciary nnd l-Miicatlon Com
uilttops; KlcCarthy on the Wnjs nnd
Means, Kdiicntlon, Special Liquor and
1'rlntlnR Committee, nnd mi forth
Ah ii consequence, these Senators, ov
en If they work hnrd, cannot possib
ly do nil tho work boforo them, nnd
the nioit Important committees can
not meet at tho Kimo time, ns their
peiKonncI nro more or fess tho nnnio.
Tho Senate Is nwuko to tho fact
that EomcthlnK miiat bo done, but
the only remedy which lira been sus-
KcatuI so fnr, lianiel) Hint of hold
iiik niKiit kCHsionu, would do more
hnrm than good. n it will tnko more
of tho tlnio which should bo .nallablo
for the (omnilttecH nwny from them,
nnd will thin) hamper instead of help
them, on whom tho trouble really
SENATE PIAYS POLITICS
(Continued from Page 1.1
mnko It $100 Sheldon thought that
too little, lie mined to mnko Iho Mr
nro r, n month Knnlho InslsUd on
$100. Tho librarian did not have much
to do, uii)wi. ho said. He reminded
tho members that ho had onco before
recommended that nil these old records
bo burned "Now ou see the result, '
lie Haiti, "of keeping them You hate
to M) n iiinu a salary lo look nftcr
them. I went mer thcro the other
bi nnd fonnd that the) are presenilis
Kalakana's old helmet and badges mid
wuuu of his Ii tiers mid they were
poorly written i.t that. I think $100 la
wiough It Is even iinneK twirj.
Sheldon opposul tho Idcn of binu
Inr the iiioids mid thought $12 not
loo much li pa tho llbrailnu.
'llio Item passed ut $125.
COMMISSIONKIl OK l.MMiaitATIO.V.
Kaiillm ohjeeted to tho Hum of $.'0ti
lor wilari of Coninilsslonci of Iniml-f-ratltin
mid mocd to make it $100.
Kunllio mado homo rcuuukH which tht
intciiHctor failed to Interpret Itnullns
nnd JIut,lie objected. "If tho kciiIIl
man fioiu Koluila Is ralug tilings that
cnmiot ha Interiiretcd," bald IIiirIhs,
"he Iiuh no biiblncss to make them."
Knnlho repented his amendment to
maku tho Item $100. Tor a Commission
er ot Immigration for Chinese, Jnpau
eto ami I'ortueueso.
Sllwi thou:;ht $200 little enough
"Wu ciin't Ret u good man for less,"
Knnluo wanted to know It It Is worth
whllo to pay ii Falui ot $200 to a man
who can not contiol tho riots between
tho Portuguese uud tho llawallans.
Sllva icseuled tho Insinuation against
his eoiintrjmen. Tho Commissioner,
ho added, Is to arbitrate dllTcreuccs be
tween all lmmlf,iuuts
1'all wanted to know If the troubles
would be eliminated It tho Comuils
iloucr were paid $200
The duties of the Commissioner, said
blla, will bo lo travel ubout tho Is
lands and arbitrate tho differences be
tween tho various 'nationalities. If a
man had n complaint to make, ho
could go to tho tommlssloner and
muko It. "I think," ho said, "that tlil
wlll help to keep our iicoplo In tho
Kulclopii mocd In ntrlko out tlm
Item "It Is no use, to pay a salary to
man whoso duties wo do not know,"
ho i-ald. ITndci tho recent Immigration
ruling theio will bo no use for u Com
missioner ot Immigration, if wo huvo
not pro Mod for tho expenses of liu-
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Waity Bldg., Koom 1, 74 S. King St.
IjQNQIillJdi, T. IL. TttllllJlUS.
! itlliiR Nibtirrr twin fmtttn mrnn
Itltw, what l Hi itte oi npfrtttirtutltK
lor lli Mlai-jr of n Conim'wkmer of
imivtxl Hint I ho Hem Imi tie-
flt.rbt .1 itlA lllltll,.d lulaLl L......1
nmctliliB more ulMiHt iiiinilnmilon bjr
the lime tli; liml Ihth ilirutii.li the
The IU-in of 1100, miltir) of I In 1 icqa-
lll-nf tl l-f IMlt ll t ll A IIIIUU I: A OMtu.si I..H
Knlclojm mtmil to innkii It iw fall
moved Id mnlie ll f250
"Wn vvrro tnllcd gralitirri a few tlavi
W." wild KnlcliMiu In view of tlm
,n"'meMl lf .",0 cI"'lr'" of tlio l'l-
tint inn f'niiiiult n llitii li U.l. !
the MtlnrlM In
. , nm v hum
thl bill run $".V00 mer thn Income. I
tun in favor of mincing this Item also,
lor tljo reason that Hie Trtnstircr has
twchi' tlerk under him lleehles thai.
one-tlllld of Iho Wollt thai iho Treat..
nrci useil lo do Is UIiir done b tlio
Couitlj Treasurers If his work Is re
duced, hli pny ought to be reduced
Illto objected to Iho statement that
Iho work of the Ticasurer hns been
icdiucd "He net lo the collection of
all taxes, tho rnmo ns he did licfore wo
had cojuity gm eminent " he nald "I
think ho slioiihl get $.'.10, the same ns
now 1 second Mr Pall's motion "
K'liillio wntitid lo know what should
bo done with tlm officer below tho
'Ireasuicr If tho Inttcr's ralnr) bo cat.
Ho should be paid In nronortloii lu
the work he has to do he raid. "If
Wo cut the Ircnuurer'n pa, we will
!iac to cut Iho pa) of the lltglstiiir,
Knnlho wanted lo know wh thu
rlerk of Iho House, thr Interpreter tho
itoniigrnpher, nro iccolvlug moiu p.i
1 1) ii ii the legislators. "Wo nro tho
lords of these men," ho said "If wo
Lpi) them In pioiKiillon to their work,
wii siioinii wo not no tne same in re
ran! to Iho men under the Treasurer?'
$230 rou Titi:Asum:n
The motion to make the Item $2S0
was put nnd carried A rising vota
was palled for, with n like result.
ICi: WANTS CONSISTENCY
Sheldon mined to make the salary
of the ltcglstrsir of Public Accounts
$225 Instead of 230. ns lu the bill.
Knnlho moed tho Item pass ns In
like fmorcd $225 "I think," ha
said, "Iho Ilcglstrar Is earning nil he
gets now, but this Terrltorj ean't af
ford to ralbo mi) salaries"
Kulelopu favored passing the Item ns
lu the bill "This man,' jio said, "lint
lots of work to do"
"I want to sco overj one lu this
Ilmifo consistent," said lllec "Thc
want to cut down ono Item nnd tho
next the) want to raise"
The item imssed at $.'.5
Regarding the Item of $171 for sal
on of llookkceper mid Deputy Insur
ance Commissioner, Hire remarked
Hint that Is ono ut tho few salaries tho
Senate did not raise ' I guess they
didn't euro for the ninii," hu nald "I
moo thu Item pass ns In tho bill."
Sheldon mined to thango the title
of tho olllco to I'ldiiclnrs Commissioner
and to raise thef s.ilarj to $200. Kit
Iclopu sunnortcd the motion. "This
man Is doing lots of work," hu bald
"Ho goes around mid examines Into
tho condition of banks."
"That's true," said HIcp, "hut ho
gpts n nalar) of $1200 for that and doos
tho work tn tho evening
Kulelopu wuiittd to bo shown. Itlec
told him the United Sinks gov eminent
pivs him thu salary. "That may bu
true," said Kulclotiu, "but wo have no
proof of It" "Neither have wo un
thlir; lo show that ho examines tho
national banks," answered Itlcc. "That
nin.vbo mi Irish answer, but It is In
lino with thu g( ntlenian'K statement '
A I.OOT1NO SENATE
"Tho Senate wanted to pla poli
tics," toutluiitd Itlce "They went to
wink mid raised nil tho salaries mid
then wanted us lo cut them down.
Tho Senate has not dono it, duty bj tho
taxpiivpru lu boosting these Mimics In
this wit). This llousu of Iteprosciita
Hits Is thu onl.v stand between tho
lootoiH mid tho public treasury. Tlio
Sen ltd raises nil theso salaries mid
then lenvps to us the dlsagiccahlo
work of cutting them down
Tho item passed nt $175 us lu tho
MOIH3 1NCONSJST UNCY.
Itleo moved that tho Item of $110
lor license (rlerk pass "This Is a ralso
of $21." ho said, "lult the work Is
Sheldon culled thu attention of the
House to the fact Hint hero was somo
more of tho Inconsistency ot which
Itleo had spoken lie objected to Hid
Kunllio moved that tlm pny of tho
olllelnl reinnln ut $115 as tit present.
Muliou second d Thu umoiidmeiit was
lost and tell Item passed at $110.
Tho next conllict uroso ovtr tho
Item of $.'30 for salary of tux assessor
of Oahu. Kulelopu moved 11 bo mado
$200 Sheldon Kimendcd tn maku It
$225, tho present ngure, The Item
passed ut the hitter figure
Kaleo wanted lo muko tho balary ot
tho deputy assessor $200 Instead ot
$175 as In tho bill Ho ought to have
ns much as tho Registrar, said Kaleo
Tho Item pasted us lu tho bill ut $173.
Action on thu Item of $10,100 for as
fcessors, clerks and Interpreters, Oahu,
Tho salar) of the lax assessor ot
Kauai mid Nllhnu was raised to $171
Instead ot $lfa0 2-3 us lu the bill.
Under tho head of Hurenu of Con
vciancds, Knnlho moved to strlko out
tho Item ut $100 fur oxpoit Indoxcr, a
new ofnQ. uiilelopu staled the lutlcs
of the proposed new Indoxcr, Ills ex
liliiiiatlou vus tiitlsfnttory nnd the
Sheldon moved to muko tho talailts
ot two of the clorks $83 Instead of $10
as lu the bill. .No second uud the Item
passed. All the other Items lu thu
depnitinent passed ns In the hill.
Kiihana moved that ull tho Items
under permanent settlements pass ns
In tho bill. Carried Thin Includes tin
settlement of $3000 on Queen l.lllun
liulanl. Ifulelopu had his knlfo out for Hol
low ny Ho moved lo pn the Supjt
Inttudt'iil of Public WoikH $200 Instead
of $100 Sheldon moved u m:ik It
$230 Coney at i muled Sheldou'i.
Cono) moved to glvo the first as
sistant rlerk of tho Market $100 In
btcud ot $J0. Itlcc btaled that the sal-
Ai'lUl i JrfUT.
Dry h mi nimipmiM mi unfit tt Mm
(htrtrtior rmn tnvmi Ut js
the Ham ll Cow? withdrew lil
NiiuxliiipNi nnd Omthi'ii earrhul
Corrm hud a hew Mem Hilary of
Mssmd Aitanl ebtk I"J lilt w, mi
ni in know why lltvt-nnltln t n that
It was ntssswnr) nltd momd to def
Ctirtwi coiiiw-iitnl and it was mi ord
Cone moved in giva the stenograph
tr of lh l)oitirtmctit of Pulilb Works
1100 insteod or ll The rulnn n
now $100 Corieu moved lu make ll
Kakliipu Mipyorted the Item ns lu
the bill "Wo all know, ho said,
"Hint the Dominium of Public Works
milieu n big ninount of work Theso
rliis have lots of flgurltig lo do This
girl Is perhaps ihe betl tjpewrlter and
ilciiogiuplipr in thr Tcrrllor) '
Cone) thought ll strance that Ku
lelopu should h,d this wiicu he Imd
Just said theio Is nothing to do lu that
o III re It iloesii l mnko nil) diner-
encu to me who he or alio Is, said
Coin v 'If tho revenue of tho public
would stand it Id sa give her $2.0,
but wemust be careful."
Tho Item passed nt $123
Knlelopu s ax was itndv mid wall
ing fur How Intnl. Assistant Superin
tendent mid Supervising Hugiiiccr nnd
Superintendent of Wntcr Works and
semis le moved llio Item for Juu
bo stricken out 'According to too
Item In the bill," he said he is an en
gineer ll appears ho Is not an tug!
ueer Win n he Is cnlled upon to build
a school, ho goes to nil cngluior mid
gels him lo draw up the plans When
wo i.nnted ti build the Nuumiii (lain,
he couldn't diuw uu tho nlans Wn
hud lo send for nil engineer to eomo
hcio to do It That Is the kind of a
man he Is "
Itleo moved lo amend to make tho
Item read, "Satan of Superintendent
of Water Winks, $200" We hnvc to
have u Superintendent of Wntcr
Works," liu said, "nnd I don't seu
wh) he shouldn t bo also superinten
dent of sowers
Itnw litis said they should look to
the nfllce rather than to the nun "II
Is nu established fuel that lu tho wntel
wurltH $930,000 arc Invested lloth the
Fewer n)stim mid tho waterworks s)s-
tern nrc still under the Termor) It
boems to mo It would lie foolish lo let
them take care ot themselves If wc
btilko uut this Item, who Is M)lng to
look nftcr them? They must have u
Knnlho sicouded tho motion to
ttrlko tho Item out Ho thoiig.it it
fdiould bu the business of tho Superin
tendent of Public Works to tnko im
of the water works mid sewers
The motion to strike out tho item
cnrrlid mid I lowland hud lost his Job,
so far ns tho House was concerned.
1'all moved tho committee rlso mid
leport juogrcss. Curried
Tho Speaker called the llouso to
order and Chairman Castro rcorlcd
nroiVBii for tho coninilttco.
Tho following bills passed second
House Hill 171, llrt using the Kile of
uwu Kcferit.il to the rlnuiitc Cone
llouso Illll 173. rclntliiR to throw
lug rubbish Into thu wattrs ot Iho
Honolulu and Illlo hnrbois.
House fllll 170, exempting from tax
ation J he sttnnishl'i of tho Cciiiuncr
tlal Cnblo Co lu llio waters of tho
llouso Hill 177, relating to tho tics'
Iructlou tit trees.
Houso lllll 178, providing for tho
fleet Ion ot Deputj Sheriff and Hoad
Homo Hill 1M, exempting certain
Industries from luxation for a period
Senate lllll 80, the married teachers'
Tho IiuiIh Coninilttco reported mi
House lllll 1G3, impropriating $15,000
foi rtpilrlug mid reconstructing the
sjouo embankment of tho Walmin
liver, l.il.md of Kuunl.
Tho toinmllltn recommended that
iho amount asked for be Inserted lu
the Loan nppropilutlon Adopted
llouso Petition ii, from ISO Otlifni
nnd taxpa)ers of Honolulu, picscuto'l
in Castro, asking lor u sutncle.it Mini
of money to extend Prospect street, lo
enclitic Punchbowl hill nnd form a
Jiiuttlou with Punchbowl rond, was
reported oi Tlio coininltlcu recom
mended Hint $10 (n.0 bo jii mlded for
Hint (impose Adopted ,
Houso lllll 172, disqualifying gov
ernment oMlelals mid cmoio)ees In
citu of non-pa) men. ol taxes, p.uscd
l'l id rendliii. in the i.eiise
House Illll 133, leguhitlug the (di
sci value ot Siiuda), Introduced b) Ku
lunn, tmuo up foi bcioud riadlug mid
was tabled on recommendation of the
in hot wctlliticitatei
Keg. U.!. 1 ttent UfTice,
and he cool
Acupt no imiuu'on, we tell the original,
(identified byB.V.D. red woven label)
A complete (election of all eizct and
cl)! lor sal- by us.
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nliil tin' inniiiuLrc coiiliiit't, it slmll 1j mt'i"nnrt that tho n
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ihe ujtent duly nppiiiiitetl to runt lictnu's to marry in tho jtidi
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Sifiiov 2. This Act nhnll tnko ulfcct fioni iintl after tho
(Into of its uppioMil.
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