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Pau Hana-Hana At 11
O'clock and Adjourn
For the Day
Forty-first Day Morning Session.
Tho Itouso is so fnr nhend ot tho
Scnnto lu Its work that it has nothing
to do nuil Is wondeilng how tho tlmo
Is to ho put In until something turns
up that may ho made n subject for do
bate. It (ook only ono hour today to
finish up nil tho work In sight, and an
adjournment was taken until tomorrow
morning. This afternoon, however,
will bo put In In visiting tho experi
ment, station. As Kanlho put It, "tho
Itouso Is going for nn nutomoblto rldo
Thcro was1 even serious talk ot tak
ing an adjournment fur tlircu days to
allow tho Scnnto to catch up with tho
lower chamber, but the Speaker stated
(hat this would bo Impossible under
(ho provisions of tho Organic Act. Tho
matter was threshed out during tho
1D0S session and an opinion was ren
dered at that tlmo by tho Attorney
General to tho effect that tho Houso
could not legally adjourn whlla tho
Scnato was In session.
Wcro It not for tho dreaded pockot
veto, tho Itouso would probably bo
ublo to conclude Its labors lu 55 (1:1 jb
instead of tho full GO. Hut to bo ablo
to override any vetoes thnt may come
down it will bo necessary for botli
branches of t!io Legislature to remain
In session until' tho end of thu GOtli dny
of tho session.
Tho Sonatd, however, Is expected to
pasa tho election bill today, and that
will bo before tho Houso tomorrow.
That will glvo tho Representatives
bomclhlng to think and talk about. Tho
Primary bill is also expected to como
down from tin. upper clumber In u day
or two, nnd this promises to bo tho
faubject of long and noisy debate. It
was at first tho Intention ot tho Senato
to kill tho bill, but tho action of tho
Houso last week lu refusing to consid
er tho measure until It had been passed
upon by tho Senato nrouscd tho. Sen
ators, and they havo inado up their
minds to pass tho measure, Just to put
It up to tho Houso to decide finally
whether or not It shall pass.
To Provide County Funds.
Two bills wcro Introduced this morn
ing by Itlce, chairman of tho Fluanco
Committee, to provide funds to ennblo
tho counties to carry on tho now func
tions of government which havo been
turned over to them.
Ono bill proUdcs thnt "all moneys
derived from fines and costs nnd from
tho forfcltura of ball In any caso before
a District Magistrate In which on ap
peal Is not taken, shall bo paid by such
maglstrato to tho treasurer of the
County, Including tho City nnd County
of Honolulu within which such magls
trato exercises Jurisdiction; such
moneys shall bo applied to tho pay
ment of tho expenses of tho county."
This Act Is to take effect July 1, 1003.
Tho second bill authorizes tho coun
ty treasurers to Issue licenses within
their respective counties, tho llcenso
fees to go to tho counties within which
tho licenses shall bo Issued.
Itlco moved that typewritten copies
of these bills bo prepared nnd that tho
bills bo placed on tho order of tho day
for tomorrow for sicond reading.
Tho Dadne Dill.
Senato Dill 118, providing n penalty
of not to exceed twenty daya Imprison
ment, or by a maximum flno of $20, for
any porBon who shall unlawfully wear
tho Grand Army Hadge, or tho official
badgo ot any lawfully organized fra
ternal society, or I ho ofllclal badgo of
tho Spanish War Veterans, passed its
third reading. Tho bill was very care
lessly wordod, tho English being un
usually bad, nnd nfter tho pnswigo of
tho measure Sheldon noticed this and
moved for a reconsideration. This mo
tion carried, nnd Sheldon offered n few
amendments to make tho bill rend ns
If It had not been drawn by n nine-year-old
school boy. Illco suggested that
it might bo well to Include In tho list
ot badges tho insignia of political par
tics, but his suggestion was not made
lu the form of n motion.
Correa moved to postpono Indefinite
ly, but tho motion was not seconded
Sheldon's amendments wcro not
ndnpted, and ho said ho could not Blip-
One ncr of land nt Alburn YiMnurV
Jutia btreet, and near the residence
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oi iion. jonn xano. An Meal placo
as rcsidenco. Good view. Healthy,
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
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lort tho measure In Its present form.
He also objected to the Imprisonment
Douthltt defended tho bill, staling
that many peoplo nro being Imposed
upon by men who unlawfully wear the
badgo of somo boclbty.
Sheldon's amendment was not Fee
onded, and the bill unco mure pnskcd
In Its faulty form.
Senate Dill Deferred.
Scnnto Hill 104 was on tho order of
tho day for third reading, but was de
ferred until tonionow, on motion of
Castro, who staled that ho seriously
objected to tho measure in Its exist
KnuowchI can almost nlivays In nny
lull in tho work ot iho House, dig out
of his desk n petition from Hawaii
praying tho Legislature to dlvldo tho
County of Hawaii Into two counties.
Ho presented ono ot tlicni this morn
ing, which followed lis predecessors In
to Iho hands of the JudlcInry'Comiiilt
tco. Supervisor' Business Now.
Superintendent Marston Campbell,
In n communication to (ho Houso In
reply to House" Itesolutlorr ISC, stnted
that lie did not think It advisable to cut
n street between the, fJIrJs' Industrial
School and tho Kalulanl school. Ho
recommended, howetor, tho widening
of Hobello l.nuo nnd iho lane leading
to tho l'alama Hospital,
Tho Clerk was instructed Jo refer
this letter and also tho resolution to
tho Oahu Hoard of Supervisors.
CHURCH AND POLITICS
(Special to the lilt 1 1 o 1 1 n)
f JVnlluku, Maid, Apr. 3. At (ho
f semiannual meeting of tho Maul, -f
Molokal nnd I.annl Hvangellcal
f- Association held at I.ahnlna last -f
f week, Hovb. Jiu Kallno ot 1'nla -f
f and John llllilrt of Kaannpall wero
f dropped from the fellowship anil -f
f membership of tho Maul churches f
f for conduct unbecoming follow-
f ers of tho Lord. This movement -f
f hns been browing for sumo tlmo f
nnd hns Just now como to the
f crucial point when tho ussotta- f
f tlon thought It better to take nc-
f tlon now or notcr. It In perhaps -f
n lesson to ttuHveak that politics 4-4-
and divinity carinot go hand In
f hand, for you either lovo the ono
and halo tho other. Kow r.trong
minded men llko Hov, Stophen
4- Desha of IlllrJ call take up both 4-4-
tho Cross and politics nnd shlno 4-4-
Tho worklnguian's political party,
which alma to fight tho present Injunc
tion law, has been formed In Now
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- PASSES SENATE
Despite Makekaus Rabid
Opposition Act Goes
Fcrty-flrst Cay Morning Session.
Despite tho strenuous endeavors of
Senator Mnkcl.au to have action de
ferred, Scnnto Illll No. 121, tho gen
eral election bill, passed Its third
rending this morning, only the Ha
waii solou's voice being raised
against It when the final veto was
When tho order of the day was
reached on tho schcdulo of the Sen
ate this morning, Senator McCarthy
moved that everything bo shoved
back In order to mnko way for the
election bill. Said he:
"Tho Houso Is waiting to consider
this hill. It hns been before tis
since early In tho session and, as
thcro are but eighteen days re
maining, wo must scttlo the matter
at onco It we want to get It through
tho Houso nnd up (o Iho Governor
before tho tlmo for adjournment."
Mnkcknu amended tho motion so
as to allow of tho consideration ot
all Scnato bills up for third rending
beforo tackling the election hill. lllJ
amendment was ncaeptcd without
When finally tho election bill was
reached, Senator Makckau moved
that the clerk be allowed to nit, nnd
tho solotis settled themselves back In
their chairs to nwnlt tho completion
of tho rending of tho fifty-odd pages
of printed matter.
When tho reading had been finish
ed, Senator McCarthy moved tho pas.
Kngo ot tho bill on third reading. nnd
tho Clerk reached for his roll call
Makckau Gets Busy
Makckau, who had left tho Capitol
durlnir the rendlnc of tho bill, nnd
had given no Intimation publicly that
ho objected to any of the provisions,
then nroso and moved that further
action be deferred until 2 o'clock
this afternoon. Tho Hawaii Sena
tor's demand was received with a
stormif protests. Tho bill hnd been
chopped In tho Commlttco on Elec
tions; threo times It had been beforo
tho Scnnto sitting In Commlttco of
tho Whole. Even President Smith
railed attention to the advisability
ut taking tho voto then and there.
Mnkeknu was obdurate, and Insist
ed that, wcro his motion not carried,
ho would talk until past tho hour for
tnklng n recess. Thcro woro calls of
"Question" and Bovcrnl voices woio
raised In rcmonstranco to tho de
mands of Senator Makckau.
Suddenly Coclho Jumped to his
feet nnd announced that ho would
support the contention ot Senator
Mnkeknu, remarking that Senator
Knudscn hnd mado Improper refer
ences to tho Senator from Hnwnll.
Knudscn Jumped to his feet and de
nied tho allegation, saying thnt tho
Maul Senator hnd no right to mnko
uny such chnrgo.
Things begnn to look lively, hut
tho majority of tho colons wcro too
much Interested In tho question be
foro tho House to pay nny nttcutlon
lo n sldo Issuo.
A motion wnB thon made that n ro-
ccsE he taken. The motion failed t"
An UncxpcclcJ Maneuver
J.'nKeknu then mocd lo table tho
bill. In it flash Senator KnudBcn
secondul the motion, nnd, In confu
ilnn, Mnkeknu withdrew hl.i mo
tion. Then Mnkeknu stuffed n general
roast of Territorial oiriclnls, evident
ly referrln.i to tho Sect etui y of the
Territory nnd'lhc Attorney (lenernl's
department. McCarthy had Just Mat
ed thnt Seerctnr) Mott-Smlth nnd the
Attorney General had gone ocr the
bill. Mnkckau charged, by Infer
ence, that they woio the Territorial
olhVrra that had really drawn tho
bill, p.id he charged them with In
competence. Cnllttl to Order
Tho Hawaii Senator was launch
ing forth along tint line, when I'rcfc-
ident Smith tailed him sharply to
order. Then Mnkeknu became excit
ed and, slinking his finger nt the
President, condemned his ruling on
Then Mnkckau tried nnother tack,
promptly being called to order by tho
President. Ho became angrier than
before, and charged thnt tho bill In
tlmldnted candidates nnd did ntl sorts
of things. Asked to bo specific, ho
pointed out tho eectlon relative to
holding out Inducements. His at
tention was called to tho fact that
tho section ho objected lo could bo
found on tho stnlutes, nnd wcro tho
bill under discussion tabled, would
still bo law.
Threo or four times ho hit tho
wrung tack, evidently talking against
time, In the belief that n recess
would bo tnkon nt noon. Shortly
nfter 12 o'clock, with n smllo on his
face, he snt down. Ills motion to
table was put first; It was lost. Then
tho motion to pass wns put, and tho
roll call showed only ono "no" -that
of Senator Mnkckau,
Scnato Illll No. 102, appropriating
romo $3000 lo pay a Judgment se
cured by Scnntor Ilakcr ngalnst cer
tain Territorial officials, parsed third
reading with hut one negative oto,
that ot Senator Kalama. Ilakcr wn-i
excused from voting, ho having n pe
cuniary Interest In tho hill.
Scnato Dill No. 12, providing for
tho manner ot rendering accountings
by executors, administrators, etc.,
passed third reading by unanimous
Senator Harvey cast tho only op
posing voto when Senate Illll No. 125,
providing for tho Installation of mo
tern by the Honolulu Water Works,
and giving power to regulato tho
rates, came up on third rending.
Scnnto Illll No. 12C, allowing poor
persons to pnarcuto civil cases In tho
form of paupers, passed third reading
MAY VISIT HERE
Tho Chamber of Commerce Is taking
steps lo Induco tho English and Cn
ii.nl Ian delegates to tho seventh con
gress of tho Chambers of Commerce ot
tho Ilrltlt.li Hmplro to pay n lslt to
these Islands cither on (he way to or
Tho congress convenes lu Sydney,
September next, nnd will be partici
pated In by icprcsentntlves of chic
bodies from nil parts of tho Ilrltlidi
Kmplre. Thd congresses wero Instl-
iff airiiiSgr CT w
li W .Uli'll J I
After haUng been constantly 'in
ttlrelcna communication with the Nag
asaki. Midway anil Honolulu wireless
stations througho.tt tho trip, and ox- .
pericurlng fairly good v. either, the
United Stales Army transport Clior1-
I dan, Captain Ilabcock, master, arrived,
mis morning iron) ine urient, uocxing
at tho Oceanic wharf shortly after 7
Among tho through paosengers, be-11
sides n number cf officers and men sin-,(
Honed In Manila, are rnnillios of those'1
who nro expected to pass through hcioi,1
The Shurhluu wns In communication!
dally with tho wireless stations, untlU
she nrrlved this morning. Tho longest!
dlstunco tho eer communicated by
wireless was 3u0n miles. Sho talked
with Kcgarnkl nt n dUtanco of 2800
miles, Willi the Minnesota, 1 100 mllcg,
end with the N'lpion Mnru, 1200 mllos.
After nho left Nnsnsr.lcl Iho Sheri
dan went to Midway Island to get Mrs.'
Collcy, wife of tho Superintendent of
(he cable olflco there.
Among tho passengers for (his port
wns Lieutenant Hnnrlon. who becomes
Iho local Inspector of lighthouses, suc
ceeding Lieutenant Comiimnder Moses. '
nho hna been ailing Ughthouso In
spector. 1'. Dougherty, brother of Jns. D.
Dougherty of this city. Is clerk li (ho '
ipiar(ermaster of the Sheridan.
Tho Sheridan will resume her oy
nge this nlternoon nt 4 o'clock. Among
those lenvlng In her todny will bo Mr.1
Van Dine of the Federal Experiment ''
i ' 1 I
Sydney, Dec. 22.
rtrnJ.intln Unvt nr manur.ieturom-
nut run In Kyiltii'y, Aintrallj. Orcenlioo.1
is ii. u. tirtciiiiooii, ino cxportvr or i:
S.inxiir.o St., H.in I'mncli-co.
Conccniliiit tho rrport Uiat cures for
lltlulit'n DU.'in'i nnd Dlnlxtrs Iriva bn
lliKiivcrvd In S.m I'mnclsco, llcnjamln
Ilrn. wrote arrcnlin.nl tn wnrt n small
order, unit If It r rally ill.l tho uualncM
liiry wuuM scud nn linportnnl order. Thd
Ul.il lot wnit gent.
Tlio iibuvo cable Is ttio reply. It did
llin Uutinon Tliey couldn't wnlt for a.
letter, kiit muled Translated It cilia for
ttio lmmedl.no rlilpmcnt of nenily Kuv
north of Fulton's Compounds for llrlsiit's
lliw-iiso nikl Diabetes. Tlio whnlo worl.t
Is WHklni; up In tlio wonder or tho dis
covery. Von don't lime lo caWa cooo
miles. It rUht nt your doors. Hend for
llteniturr. Honolulu Dnnt Co., Fort 8t.
Wlien to urct llrlicht's Dlieasc
wraknc.i or Iom of wclglif, pufTy ankles,
hand or ryellds; drorsy , kidney troutjio
nfir tho third month, unno m.iy show
K.lfmmt fnlllnw il.i. .,...-.. .. 9
or more of these.
cchlng Station nil such persona who
aro to all appearances freo from thy
dlscaro of leprosy for further examinn- ,1
tlon, treatment and releann nn.ii.r m.
lolo or othorwlEo." r
When tho resolution kml lw..-.i. can.)
senator Chllllngworlh Jumped fj his
nrlh Jumped t'i his
I against thoughtless 'j
n. "That rcso.utlon i
il," said ho. "If con-
ieci ami protested c
action being tnken.
sounds very radical.'
dlllons nro ns represented, action J
minim certainly no tnken, but I sub- I
nilt thnt wo khould hnvo nlflclnl proof.
i nimo that this be refcued to tho i
Health Committor Th r....n,inV 'I
can consult with tho Hoard of Henltli
ittiu report, say Thursday next."
Senator Chllllngworth'8 motion pro-
In explnlnlnir his rnmilntinn Om .
tor Hnrvey said that sovorul of the '
Physicians who m.id dm ri t i..
loknl pointed out persons whom they '
iiisisieu wero not lepers. I
gated by the London Clinmlier nt rnn,.
merco, nnd It Is Hint body whlc!' con-
vencs tno various sessions.
It Is believed that thn Svitnnv .
slon will bo ono of tho most wldolly nt-
icuuitu in uu) jci nciu. cities of less
than 230.000 InhnbltnntH nr.. nmu i
two delegates. Thero l n Rll.iim- .mu
uiiiii mo maximum representation of
six uciegates is reached In tho cases
of thoso cities of 500,000 Inhabitant
Tho connrcss will lm nr..ai,in,i ..
, - -.. .vm wv
uy mo unn or Dudloy, aovernorOcn
cral of tho Commonwealth of Aus
trnlla. As Canada will bo vorv lnriroiv mn.
resented nt tho congrecs, nnd as many -of
tho delegates from tho "Llttlo Is.
lanus win doubtless wish tn visit tho '
Dominion cither going lo or from Syd
noy. (ho locul Chamber of Coiumerco
hns decided (o trv nml imine., i,. .
iniiko n stopover hero.
Already correspondence has been
Btartoil. nnil Rlmui.i i i.A .i.., , . . ';
... . ...,..,,, iiuciiiuti ion
top hoic, (ho Chamber of Ciiinincrcol
..... im.uu n uviuriuinou effort to furtt-'
Ith cntertalnineni Mmt uin ., ......'
iho least pleasing fealuro ot tho ontlrti
ww. i-auii-iu .mail Hnor Asia.
Laptaln Oaukrocor. dim n nu. . "
day from tho Orlont, will possibly
un iii unit niiernuou.
THi: KINAU will leavo i,i. iL.
noon at C o'clock for Knual.