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The Firth Legislature ot tho Teirl-i The Real Bombshell.
lory of Hawaii Im nail. At 11.30
iclock Inst night, President Smith
solemnly announced that tho Senate
had adjourned sine die, nnd a min
ute liter the Senators!, free from tho
cares or state, fllcil from tho hull
thnt, dining the last sixty dn)s, has
been tho scene or many a ro) ally
fought parliamentary battle.
Though not until the ninth hour
did the upper ho.ttso of the; legisla
ture llnish Is business, the last few
bonis were In welcome lontiast to
the hustle and bustle which charac
terized tho closing du)s or thu sea
son, and the colons round time to
puss about many little courtesies
which must prove, happy lcmlndcrs
to those who passed permanent!) out
or public life when tho President an
nounced that the session had tome to
,i close and "flnls" had been written
to the career or the Firth Lcglsln
t in c.
With the exception or live hour
taken out for luneluon and dinner,
the Sen.ito wus steadily In session
h nm 10 o'clock )esterday morning
until 11. JO last night, and most of
the hours wore sttonuoiw ones.
Air of Expectancy.
At - o'clock in thu afternoon,
when tho chamber assembled after
i he noon lecess, there was a gcneial
ilr of expectancy noticeable. Would
tho Governor eto tho Appropriation
lllll? Whom would ho iinmo as
Treasure!? Would this or that bill
'jo feigned? i:ery man who enmo
i nm the Illiie-Itoom wns surrounded
')) an eager Huong and wus piled
Tho solemn dignity which had
tho deliberations of tlio."
Senate thiougli tho term, was al
lowed lo lapse. Kven tho cruel: ot
tho cneniblo I'resldent'B guvel was
pot Riifflclcut lo bring order out or
chaos, und the session wus moro like
,i sitting In Commltlco or the Whulo
than In formal deliberation.
First Jolt Conies.
Thu Mist Jolt camo when a mes
sage f I om tho Governor announced
that 1'. A. Mott-Smllh hud been ap
pointed President of tho Hoard of
Health. Though thcio hud been u
rumor curirrit for several days that
Hindi nn appointment would bo made,
President Robinson hud steadily de-
ulcil that he would icslgn, uud tho
tt.i.ir,, it.. nr i. c...,n,n ..n.....i n.n
..,..j.,.., , iu .,,.,., ,niivil UIU
at or) by as Idle gOAslp. llott-Sinlth
had also denied It.
Senntur Chlllliigwoith deprecated
tho in Hon of tho Governor in Bond
ing down tho name of Mott-Sinlth at
the lust minute, und ulso blamed Hob
liibnu lor his chnngo or front after
tlutiiigvdcllnllely that he would not
Senator Coolho said lhat' ho i'id
nothing to say against tho appointment
of Secretary .Mott-Smlth. nnd that lu
fliould voto In favor of confirming him
but he did not think that Hobuh..ii n..d
nctid fnlrl) nrter glvlnt; his word that
ho would not resign. Ho was lutllnoi
lo reiiHiiro Hip Governor ror Ida tanll
ness In sending down tho iruu" of llio
new president, presupposing that ho
had known of thu cnntujnplali.il icilun
of Mr. Robinson.
Makekau More Radical.
.Mnkck.ui took n Jimro indlcal stand,
and ndvoeated tho rejection of tho
nuino or Mr. .Mott-Smllh. Ho slid that
tho Hennji! owed It to Itseir to tako
such net Ion, Ihoreby going on incnrd
uk being tenacious of Its dignity
Fiilrchlld took the other sldo of tho
aigiiment, Hii)Ing that tho Governor
might easily have held bark tho retlg
nation for uuolher tweul) four liouiii
nnd Iheii. wllh tho Senate out of Iho
way, liavo appointed whom he chose.
Chllllnguorth hastened lo njricct
any lnprcsslon that ho wus opposed
to tho confirmation of Mott Smith, and
said that his voto would bo cast In Ihu
alllimntlvo. A rising vote wus then
taken uud .Makekau, wio had taken ti
t-tund against tho rnnfliniatioii. smllitil
mid Joniped to his feet. The continu
ation was ho iinaulinoiiH us lo ho ill
most nn ovation.
P. E. KStrauch
$1350 House nnd lot on extension "'" "'' "il !' "ireo other Senators.
, T-,,1,,,1 c, t i..!.., M. then ndvanced to tho rostrum and dc
t ? S t at Kapalama, in rear ,,.,, 10 ,,
?!.,. ' th me' L0t SOxl 'lesldent Smith mado a bilef-talk,
130. House 0 rooms. telling qf tho things which ho had senu
WAITY BLDQ. 74 S. KINQ ST,
Hut It wus when the Appropriation
lllll came down from tho blue room
Hint Iho lent bombshell wns dropped .
Into tho midst of the Uennte It was!
known that Governor Fruar had dc-,
lernilned lo veto noino or the Items,
hut that ho should have choi.cn tho.
$21,000 appropriation fot the Queen's
Hospllnl ns duo or the subjects for his
pruning shears came us n shuck There
was n gepcr.il Inclination to get dgwn
to work nt once, hut us the House had
deferred nctlon until I o'clock, tho
Senate ducldcd to wait until a halt
There were hi mail) dclis for this
le.ison nnd that, however, that It h.ih
not until tho evening session that the
Senate dually got read) to tactile thu
bill. Then the Inn stalled
Busy In Earnest.
Tho II ret two Items, salaries for tho
Deputy Illga Sheriff and for the Dep
uty Insurance Commissioner, were al
lowed to rest In tho gi,ucaul. though
scleral of tho Scnatois oted to over
ride the loernor'n irto
An Item of SH40. clerk and Inler
pieter Thjrd Tiixitloii DIlt.ou, wns
passed mor tho Ooiernor's lelo.
When Iho Queen'g Hoi pi In I Item was
readied Iho fun started In earnest.
There wan mighty little difference of
opinion on thnt score
President rfmlth was on the floor III
short order, andslio arraigned tho (!o
irnor In sizzling utjlo.
"Not since I first eiitcied Hie t.egit-
laturo In 1878," shld he, "hale I been
so surprlhcd, so puliied. nt any execu
tho leto us this one which cuts off the
Queen's Hospital without assistance.
Founded h) Queen Kmma. that Inslltii
Hon has blood for more than mere
i words can exuress,
"Fllher tho Ooicrnor has listened to
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bad udvlsorn. or ho has beeu guilt) or!
? most serious error of Judgment. Thu
"If.1.,""'1 '"?. "I'Proprlatlon hnsjlia(i ll()De. Tle H()U0 prc8Cntcd tho
nothing. Frequently It Is sarer to havo,?1"01akcr wlt,h n isul'al,le luln of Tho House, l.y the adoption or
. .. . n .. .. ' . . Illinlr rmrftril nnal nsl daiii nml fliftl...... ,. . . l .. r . ...... ...
u small deficit than ticlmvo surplus.
With a deficit there Is far less danger
or recklcM cxtruvognuco In tho admin
istration of public affairs.
"When the conference committee cut
out that pa It i) little, appropriation for
tho Palntmi dispensary 1 wu murtlfleii
ho nml words I wns ashamed of that
committee, the members of which, to
snvo n few paltry dollars, would make
sick children go clear across (own lor
relief. I was shamed moro than I can
"Tho Governor. In this matter, has
been guilt) of a Kravo error of Jiulc-
ment. whomever hu may have been
ndvlsed by (turning savagely to Sen
"""' '-'"'child )
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...ui in item II
In this, her ren
i open tnt Ives Irive shown that mean
spirit which piiives Hint Ihey nro lin-
able to appreciate tho conditions exist -
iiik mi tho other Islands. Squirm U passed by both Houses or tho Lcgtsla
Jim will. I hope that )oit will squirm Iture turning over to the Counties thq
!"'" I,,UV " "lolrmlng. Kinial,,(.l!nlle IIlf)ncy cojlettod within their
te Ten Itory."
Senator Kniidfeu look tho floor In
defense of Hie Kauai delegation. Insist
ing that tho resl of iho Territory never
had showed that it cared a continental
cuss for Kauai.
it was voted tn ovcr-rldo tho guber
natorial veto or the Queen's Hospital.
Coolho Takes a Hand,
Maintain Hospital was thu next up.
Senator C'nrlhn undo an eloquent plea
for this institution painting n p;itln:lc
plcturo of tho tilf sacrificing work of
Iho Sisters of I'hailly who. without
Trrrlloilal help would, ho said, havu
lo go out onto (he btieets and beg for
Ipo Hllo hospital was tho nuxt
vetoed Item In line, and there again
tho Governor's action was "roasted"
and ovul ridden
All For Nothing.
Hut. except us a matter or record,
llio action of the Scnato uu all Items
but Iho lust two. totalling (9,f',00 for
clerk hire In the courts, wan iim;!""
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, IIW IIIIIIOU IIIMI .III.IKIJ CIPIIIIIVU UIU
Govornor In tlio other Items.
llut on Items A mid 7 of tho vita
message tho Si nulo and Houso acted
In urcord ami there will bo tlirco
clerks to assist In tho FlrHt Circuit
Court inn! Land Court, and mi assist
ant cleik, to net also as messenger uud
luterpii'tpr In the Fourth CIrriiilt.
With tho- appioprlntlim pill out Of
Iho way, ami the last "casus, belli" dis
posed of, Iho Senator:) settled back In
to tlielr (balls with a stippressed sigh
of rellof, whllu Senator Knudsen roso
lo Ills feet with a long document und u
The Pleasant Side.
He gravely iup4 over n list of
churgos against iho veijerablo Presi
dent and then, on liojiulf of the tnato,
nrik'ied hltn to n'cept u iiqiiuro box. an
leiiteue- for his misdemeanors Kniid-
LeglBlatmo 31 jears ago, and i)ro -
.phcsvlng an even moro brilliant future
I lor Hawaii
"When, ns n young man, 1 first cut- Will ou now lake tho couusel of his
cred the l.eglslalure," said he, "In toy ton and open the pickagq before jou?"
otitbful exuberance I mado remarks . . .
about a member lor which I wns ord- A Handiome Token,
rrcd by tho House to apologize. Not I'icsldcut Smith removed the wrap
know lug what to do, I went to Mr. rings ami there, cxisjscd to view, wj
iwiiiusvii, utiiivi ui itui inuiH'iii ciuii-
ntor anil asked his advice Ills reply
wns 'npolnglrc and do It ng.iln.'
! l'O m the lioitom or in) heart, I
thank ou for this token or jour es-
FnlrchlM moved Hint the Janitor In
Instructed to removu the wruppliigu
Iron) the parcel, but Knudseu was on
his feet saving. ,
A,t 11:29 o'clock Inst night, after sitting as Committee or the Whole,
the longest nnd most strenuous day and asked to explain how It was
of the Bcsston, tho Houso finished Its thnt before thu Appropriation lllll
labors nnd adjourned sine die, whllu was passed It wns estimated that the
tho members stood and tuug "Aloha bill wns $.11,000 within the estlm.it-
Oe." TAo afternoon and evening cd revenue, while at the Inst minute
sessions were filled with debnto and tho statement wus made that It ran
strife nnd ninny bitter words were nearly 120, OOP over. They ex
exchanged, both on tho floor of tho plained lojubjy nnd nt length that
Houso nnd In tho corridors, for tho the first estimate was based on the
members were tired and Irritable nnd locinne ot the past two cars while
many were sore at what tlu;y cousld- the second was based on tho cull
ered unfair dealing on the part of mntcs of probable lncomo submitted
the Governor. Hut as tho last lulu- lo the Governor by the department
ntes ot the session upuroached, n, heads.
feeling of good-fellowship uud frlcjnl-1 The House, at 0.35. took a rcccis
llness toward ever) body cumo over until 7.30.
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mem, uuu luc bessiou euueu in a i
love-feast nt which everybody for
gnvo ever) body elso and swore eter
Tho members, through their
spokesman, H. A. Douthltt, expressed
their npiimcluttun ot tho able man-Mite that to pay tho Interpreter 5 On
ner In uhlrii Mm Hiini.r imii luiikxtra. tliu Surccnut nt arms 140. mes
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them, and the Speaker couipllmcutcd.
thu members on I he good work Ihey
their .regard nnd esteem, and tho
Speaker thanked them earnestly fur
this expression of their good-will.
The only really Important matter
beforo the House exterdny wns tho
consideration of tho Governor's ve-
toes of ten of tho Ileum In tho
prltitlon Hill, llut the mailer was
hardly worth considering, for tho
question could have but quo answer
Governor Frcnr held the whip, and
ho cracked It threatcnlngly'ovor their,
heads nnd ndvlsed the Legislature to
be good If it did not want to feel the
sting of tbo lash.
And the members bud to be, good,
ror tl'cy wero nt the merny of tho
Hxecutlve Through a very peculiar
''rror ,m "10 l'"rt ot "10 Deijiocjalic
1 assistant clerk of the Senate, the bill
iliu iiiivriiior mull Bpveim uujit uiit-'i
It had been passed. Thla put It In
the pochct-vcto clasps, and, armed
with this weapon and thp llnes-nnd-costs
lL, which an enme within
tho (lunger z,cme, Governor Frenr
made tho legislature do his bidding.
"Sustain my veto ot tho Items In tho
Appropriation lllll," he wild In ef
fect, "mid 1 will sign thebo two bills,
If )ou don't sustain mo5 "
There was no way out of tho trap,
mid the Governor w;is hustnlped, ex
ept as to two Items. Tho Legisla
ture saved Its face- by overriding the
veloos or two Items, but theso uoiu
tho less Important ones.
The Houso, however, very Joyous
ly overrode tho vetp ot tho deer bill,
und tho members exhibited almost
childish Joy ut getting In nno Inst
slap nt Ills excellency to pay him
;bnck for his action on thq Appropria
On motion of Rice, tho Goycrnnr's
veto of certain parts of tho Appropri
ation lllll was taken up-ltcii by
Item, uud qver thhi t)io Houto pow
wowed until G:35, nt times engaging
in wliat was almost n riot. Hut
tlie.ru vns nq way out fif tlip trnp,
Tio Governor pnd then) dead U)
lights, mid it wns n case of dlo dog
or cut tho hatchet. Furtadn moved
to override on most of the Items, but
tho Houso saw wluit, would happen
If It followed lis own desires In tho
matter, and after n debate that last
ed until ii 35, It sustained tho Gov
ernor's votoi-q In, n)l but two Iih
Miinrcs Tho vetoes of tho two Inst
Items, one for three nsslslunt clerks
of tho Honolulu Circuit Court, tho
other tho veto fit the Hew for an as
sistant, clerk of tho court of tho
Fourth Clrpult, vyeru overridden
ii)dltnr Fisher anil secretary aiou-
.8iuUU wcro called beforo the Hous.e,
"Thlrt) the )cnrs ago jou were will-
tnir tn tiiko ttm miller, of im- father
Ins to take tho ndvlee of my father
ii ruiiu silver iiiiuuiiutini, ti iiiiiiiiini in
the silversmith's art.
At 1 1 : 1 C a committee wns sent to
wjlt upon tho Governor and ask him
If he-hnd nn) ftiitliT mailers to brln
Wore tho Somite At M w. tip
dork's dork being r'enr Aloh i Oi
wns Hting tho president's gavel fell,
nnd the , e of the Fifth Legislature
had finished Its labors
money mu rviiicv ,
when the House reconvened at i.so
o'clock the Committee on 1'ublle K
pendltures nnd Accounts, according u
nn ornl report mndo by the Chairman
Castro, refused to act on tho last
'money - grabbtnK resolution or thu Sen
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"nM ' . '".ul Janl,or -0-, rav1,r"
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iiiiiinun iiM'iuiyiu- i t.'uuiuiui'iiuiu iiuii
olution Introduced by Douthltt, rcfucn
to nbldo by tho action of iho Senate
lu killing Houso Joint Resolution 21
nskliig Congress to nmcpd the Organic
Act by the enactment of certain laws
thu text of which wns Included in the
resolution. Doulbltt's resolution wns
Appio-;llU,Mtlca, wmi ouso j0,nt ntJt0Ut,UI1
21, except that It was merely a House
resolution instead or being Joint.
At 9 o'clock tho House finally took
up consideration or Iho Governor's veto
of Senate lllll t7. the deer bill This
bill. Senator Quliiu sn)s, Iho Governor
onco signed, but before tho approval of
tho measure wns announced, the Gov
ernor was Ken by some of the pot
hunters who opposed the bill, and was
induced to change his mind.
Concv moved tho vein be nver-rld
Iden It had not been shown ho al '
tlmt deer aro destructive to tho for -
vpib, ihu on inu (liner iinuii, ii nns
been shown that they are not. If tho
Governor wnnls to protect tho forests,
Ilk him look after tho iiIeh that are
rooting up the forests of Hawaii. Those
who oppose thu bill do so becauxo they
mint to shoot deer for tho market. I
move wo override Iho veto.
Alfonso stated that all Iho States but
Ihreo have u closid season fnr deer Ho
believed It tltno for Hawaii to get In
lluo with tho other States mid Terri
tories, Door roamed tho forests for
centuries beforo Columbus by acci
dent discovered America, "I believe
Iho Judgment of the two lioin.es of tho
Legislature Is sujicilor to Hint of ono
Kuwewehl wns surprised. "A wlso
man," ho said, "will iliango his opin
ion, but a fool never. So I will change
ly opinion nnd voto to override the
NawuhluD wanted, to know It It Is
renlly true Hint llio Molokul deer can
Invade thu back yard and ring the
door bell. Ho urged thai tho veto be
Makekau shut off debnto wllh a mo
tlou for tho previous question. Tho
requited number "to ovcrrldr. 20. was
obtained, 10 voting no.
Kaniho Introduced a resolution
thanking Speaker Holstuin ror tho able
and dignified manner In which he had
presided over thu deliberations ot tho
Tho resolution won iinnnlmoiisl)
adopted, and the Speaker, who had
bashfully lied, was applauded as he
resumed tho chair.
Present For Speaker.
Douthltt, In u characU'rUtlo spvecli,
handed out a bouquet of cncoulums lo
Iho Speaker and all tho members of
In token ot tho regard ot tho mem
bers Doiilhltt presented Iho S (inker
with n flnn sliver clgaietle case nnd
n Bllver match box.
Club Laid Aside.
After u long wall a communication
camo frnpi Iho Secretary of Hip Ter
ritory saying llio Governor had slunc.t
Iho two bills ho had been holding as
ii club over tho head of tho Legisla
ture to forcii It to accede to his wishes
regarding tho Appropriation lllll Sen
ato UIU 30, turning over flues and costs
to the counties, nnd Houso Bill 10',
giving tho countlea ttio license feet
collected within their respective bor
That ended tbo Important buslnoia
or tho session.
Adjourn Sine Die.
Kalclopu nt 11:12 Introduced tlm
closing ri'olutlon thnt a committed or
five be appointed to wait upon the Sen
nt nnd the Governor and Inrorm them
Hint the House Blood ready to take ItH
n ijntirniiunt The resolution was
adopted and the Speaker appointed
Knlelopu lllee AfTonso I.Ike nnd Kn
uilio Penllng their return tho Honso
I- in .in r r"C -hs
v' it .''I the r inimlttcp returned and
n ii tried The Speaker thanked tho
House tor In token of esteem
The f n ' ! t ' "nf-ipt, ,if i!it
t nut' i r i' ti hi rv
proved I. lee ruo.ed Chat the Mi n
indiourn sine die The chaplain dcllv
1.. - J..1 i. -.t..i...'- .i.- m
ered the closing praer, the Houso
sun? "Hawaii I'onol" nnd the Speaker
put the motion that the House adjourn
sine die and pronounced It carried.
The House sang Alohi Oe" and gavo
three rlieers ond a tlgi-r tor thu Spenk
er nml the I.rgMillii Ses I m ot 1909
.catHC to j (t), at 1 1 .!" 11)
MANY BILLS SIGNED
BY GOVTRNOR FREAK
In the course of the afternoon and
evening cstcrda), the Governor
signed the following bills-
"An Act Making an Additional Ap
propriation for tho Use of the Second
Circuit Court ror the Dlennlnl Pe
riod Kndlng the Thirtieth Day ot
June, 1908 "
"An Act to Amend Section 25C9
of the Revised I -a us of Haivnlt. Re
lating to the Dissolution of Corpora
"An Act to Anjcnd Section 120S
of the Revised Laws or Hawaii.
"An Act Giving Warehousemen n
l.len for Storage and Authorizing its
Fnforcejucnt b) Sale."
"An Act lo Amend Chapter 35 of
tho Revised Laws Relating to Dis
eases of Animals by Amending Sec
tion U7 of the Revised Laws and by
Adding a New Section Thereto to bo
Known ns Section 417A "
' An Act to Amend Section 2432
of the Revised I,nw Relating to Is
suance of Certificates of Title, by the
Court of I-nnd Registration."
Joint Resolution C, naming tho
public park at Wnlnkca. Hllo, Ha
waii, 'SKnuikenoull Park."
The following bills were feigned
by the Governor Inst night:
"An Act to authorize the Trensuror
of the Territory lo pay to the Treas
urers of the several Counties special
load fund deposits."
! "An Ait to ninend Section 1221 of
the Resided l.nws, I elating to prop
er!) exempt from taxation."
"An Act making nddlttonnl appro
priation for current expenses for the
biennial period ending June 30,
Joint Resolution C, In regard to
Iho appointment of a School Fund
"An Act to provide ror the exami
nation, detention, custody nnd care
or Insane persons."
"An Act to amend Section 28 or
Chapter 9 or Act 39 of the Session
I.nvvs of 1905, entitled 'An Act cre
ntlng counties within tho Territory
of Hawaii nnd piovldlng for the gov
ernment thereof.' "
' An Act lo amend Section 1 of
Act 53 of the laws of 1907. relating
to witnesses' fees nnd nillengc."
n t 'o "n soeiion ' " "r
ii,e Revi-i- !... oiailnj, io i.i
'nmilml exhibit of coipoinllons."
An Act to ntnend Sections 1, 6,
12 nnd 25 of Act 102 of the laws ot
1905, reintlug to tho Inherltnuco
Joint Resolution 7, relating to tho
appointment oi a commission 10 uu
known as tho Commission on Stamp
Duties uud Licenses.
"An Act relating to the disposi
tion of lines, costs nnd bull monoya
In certain cases."
"An Act rclntlnc to tho Issuance
of licenses, and the col'cctlon nnd
disposition ot fees arising there
"An Act to prohibit persons from
associating themselves together lu
military compnules or organizations
or for mllltnry purposes, uud for tho
giving or receiving of military In
struction." "Nevertheless," contended tho Gld.
dy Young llachelor, "1 Insist that
woman Is superior to man." "It you
were married," chuckled the Old
Married Man, ")ou would not Insist;
)ou would simply admit it." llrook
"What does this mean?" roared
tho Iruto employer. "You asked for
fort) -eight houra' leave of nbsencp,
uud )ou stayed uway a week." "Oh,
that's all right," replied tbo clerk,
calmly "You'vo simply made a mis
take In jour culfii)nlqns, I'm duo
hcru qnly eight hours s day, )PU
know, and forty-eight hours Is, equal
to u week,"
Ike Boll tlm PublUkUg Co.,
LU., U it for th test nirniTiitJX
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