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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,. WEDNESDAY, APR. 5, 1911.
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Qtiinn's Sunday Theater Meas
ure Draws Big Crowd of
People Who Object.
eippnnelUS or Clullnr QUIIltlS lllll .u-. uuiin nuiiui miiiuo- in- .i.iv.-
liultliiK It v"!' to Hi" lomity supcrvls-1 unit of the bill, speaking iigitlnst It ulsn
oih tn open Un tlicatiTH mi Sunday u" 11 member of lliu committee from
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mill thus Is ii Territorial, nut u I'liunt)'
U. S. Conttltutlon Up.
llcv t' 1). M. Williams opposed tho
bill on some constitutional grounds that
lie tried to state, but wns repeatedly
ruli'il out of order by riinlrmnii Coney
UN nrguiui'iit nppenroel to bn tlmt un
der tlio constitution of tho fulled
States the Le-Klsluturn linn no rlRlit to
IcgMiite en llu law.
Klder V.. L. Miner of the Church of
Jesus Clulst of Lutter D.ry Saints spoke
against the bill. bec'iniso, Iip Ktuteil,
Sunday theater opening Ik nieulnrt thoi
wishes of Hip parents of the Tenltory
Mrs. Julia Smith wns tho next oppo
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Qtyliih, shapely tutts, thoy are such a- thow to best advantage on the
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HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
r w si m
Notice Is hereby Riven Hint the eo
partnership heretofore existing be
tween .bun lib ltonmn Aniorln. nnd
Noah il l'rollus, doing business its tlii'
"I'xpert lint I'leiinerH," nuil the co
partnership between the mild Joseph
Unman Aniorln mid Noah C. Frcltas,
doing business iih "Itoinun nnd rrcltns
llnl Conipiiny," lrnve been dissolved by
mutual iiiusout, Joseph Unman Aniorln
withdrawing nnd Noah (1. Fretta con
tluulm: the business nnd nssumlng nil
i Dated, Honolulu. Mnrrb 28. 1011.
.ItlSHI'H ROMAN AMOHIN,
' NOAH O. I'MtniTAB.
I 4SSR Mnr. 27: Alir. f.. II, 10.
Jammed tho bull of Representatives last
libsht lit u publte hearing held by the
House rnuimltteo on health nnd police.
It wns n big demonstration against the
bill, mill few of Its itnppnitrrs uppenred
lust nlKht, nlthoutih Senator quinn.
himself one of the speakers, snhl that
there were enough to 1111 the bull twleo
If they had been withered together
The illscU'hlon was Informal and ntjhlll brlelly
Senator Quinn Speaks.
Dr. Heuihler, pastor of Central t'nlon
church, wunteil to Know If thero were
any present In fnor of thii bill, mid
In answer Chairman Coney enlled for
ward Senator Quinn, the Introducer of
tho bill. llev. Desha translated for
film. Ho outlined bis position on tho
times bordered on the bnlstoous, lis
chairman Coney found himself unable
tn kiep tho speakers to the point of
Issue whether they desired the Logls
liilure to delegate Its right to control
Sunday thcatir opening to the super
ilors. The crowd wns innrp than
Rooil-nnturpil It soon Krew ready to
imiKli ut nm-HiIng, nnd Coney's rnlliiRS
iirforibd the llnup unllnilted merriment.
ItepresentHtlves of a number of re-
many spoke, Including the Ut. Rev.
Illshop I. Inert of the Catholic (hurfh.
the Ut. Hpv. Illshop Iloslnrlik of the
nphcnpul church, Rev. J. r Hrdninn,
Irst, I wish It understood tlmt I
urn not In nny way, llnntielally or oth-1
. H...ln liilnrA.li..l l.i lli ll.n.itftf Or'
tl niri'i iiu. it n.i n in in u itn ui n .--
Ill the caect of this hill. It Is my own
Idea; It was not hiindeil to mo tn In
troduce. I Introduced It Iiccimisp I
thoiiRht It would be ror the bencllt of
tlp worklnR people. I've been working,
since I was tPii years old. I do not
represent the people who. have the pre
feireil silRar stock, but the nicchanlo.
Dii you supposn that when there s sonic
Ih'lous ilenoinlnutlons wire piesent.andj MiKar In be Rot to tho miirktt In n
hurry lieforo thn prlro chnuues, und the
plantations work on Sunday, that
there's anything said here about It"
I believe tlmt when wo nllow mo
of Walalnn, Hriiest I,. Miner. prpsldlUK1 supervisors tn handle nil thn business
elder of the letter Day Saints' ihiurh;
Dr Doremus Scuddir of Central Union
i hurt h, Rev. C. D. M Williams of the
Seventh Day Adventlst church, and
another Adventlst. the ltev Sllva.
Two women wire nmniiK the s)ienk
ern, both of Iheni In favor of leaWnK
the Sunday law ns It Is. In fnct. the
onlv spenker 111 fmor of thp Inw last j ypars
of the county In other respects, they
should do It In this.
"I Introduced this bill as I thounht
It u fair nnd Just bill. The supervis
ors can try It out. If they don't llko
the way It works out, It can Iip re
pealed at the ni'xi meeting, but tho
l.eglslatine meets only once 111 two
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in Tin: circuit court ok tiir
Klrst circuit. Turltory of Ilnwnll. At
Cluimbirs In 1'robnte. In the mnttir
of tho Ifito of John do Souza III
eardo, deeeiispil. On rending nnd fil
ing the petition of Mntiuel do Hour..i
Itleurilo of Honolulu, nlleglng that John
dp Somen Rlcmdo of Honolulu died lu
ll stnte at Honolulu on the 0th day of
December, A. I) 1010, leaving property
within the Jurisdiction of this Court
necessary to be administered upon. nnd
prnylng that Letters of Administration
Issue to Alfred Miigoon; It Is Ordcrod,
Hint Mnndny. the 17th dny of April,
A. I) 1011, at 10 o'clock a tn, bo nnd
hereby Is ippolnted for henrlng snhl
petition In the courtroom of this Court
In the Judiciary building, In the City
and Connie of Honolulu, nt which tlmo
nnd plnce nil persons concerned may
appear and show cause. If nny they
hnve. why snhl petition Blonhl not b
grunted. Dated, Honolulu, March It,
1011 Hy the Court: J A. THOMP
SON. Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit Mngnon & Weaver for
IS7fi-Mnr 1.1, 22, 29; Apr. n.
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FORT AND BERCTANIA STHEET8
HARRI80N BLOCK xgppBULLETIN ADS PAY
night was Attorney (leorge Di Is Sen
ntor Quinn explnlned It. nnd talked on
It, giving his reasons for Introducing
It. but he did not commit himself def
initely iih to his personal feeling In thn
Chairman Coney of the eonimlttcn
presided, while Representative H. I
Kawewelil of the committee ncted ns
Interpreter, In view of the Inrge num
ber of Hnwallniis In the nudlence.
Charles K. Kenloha was the nrst to
speak. In Hawaiian Ho wns enrly
ruled nut of order becniise he did not
confine himself to the subject W A.
Kinney wns the next to rise. He look
except Inn to Coney's ruling on tho
point of order.
"The powor of what Is to bo done
or not to bo done on Sunday Is of the
highest nnd grnvest Importance, nnd
should never be delegated tn n board
of supervisors. I consult r It prepos
terous Hint n vital question of this
kind should lie committed to tho coun
ties Why. the great State of New
York does not delegate to Its city gov
ernment the right to fix Its Sunday
"i:ery citizen of this Territory has
the right to say what shall or shall not
be dono heru. Them Is no precedent
to suppoit this proposed measure cx
cent certain Instnnies In Western life
I believe tho policy of the Stnto should
be to secure a ilnv of rest for Its people.
nllhoui:)! I do not belle vo It has any
tiling to do with 'the religious !dn of
the uiicsllon. In Hawaii It In inoxcus-
able to suppose that the henlth of tho
tic mile, will be belitr inntfcrvoil hy ne
lug cooped nil In n theater rntlur than
being outdoors To confer the right to
safeguard the lu.ilth of the peoplo
would ire for this Legislature to make
n spectacle of ltsi if
"A matter' of controlling wlult shall
be done or shnll nut bn done should
go to the people; It should have lns?n
a party Issue"
Davis in Favor.
Attorney (leorge Davis nrgueil that
the Sunday opi ulng Is n matter of local
legWatlon. "It H so In San rranclsco,
III Chlcngo nnd nil lover thu Hast, and
I challenge contradiction." ho cried
"Well. I challenge It." Interrupted
Kinney, but DiMs went on:
"There's n largo portion of the pop
illation Hint you can't drive Into n
chinch nnd they should bo treated with
toleration," he shouted. "Let them go
to n show If they want to. Sunday
stops at fi o'clock for most of them,
James T Wnkeflcld, representing mo
Men's Club of St. Andrew's parish.
spol.e ugalnst tho bill, pleading tho
need of u legally enforced ilny of rest.
It Is uncalled for by tho community
nnd detrimental to, health nnd moral".
Tho handing of tho power of regula
tion over to the counties would no
side-stepping responsibility," he declared.
W A. Ilowcn opposed tho bill. "The
people of the Ti rrltory have put you
In otllre tn legislate," he declared, "and
sou Ihimi no right to dclcgnto It to the
Itcv. S. L. Desha, chaplain of tho
House, speaking in Hawnilaii, declared
himself against tho measure.
Woman Opposes Bill.
Mrs. Knkiicwii. wlfo of Tlov. Mr. Kn-
kuewa of Kohiila, nppeared to speak
against the bill on behalf of Knumalni
pill church She spoke In Hawaiian,
Inking as her theme, "Remember tho
Sabbath day tn keep it holy flm
main reason for this bill," she declnred,
"Is money, 'the root of. evil""
Illshop ltesturlck declared that (he
bill Is un-Ainerlcnn. "Thn supervisors
of San rrnnclsco have tho power tn
ri'gulate matters of tills kind becaune
In 1SK2 the Sunilny law was nlmllsheil
and them Is no Stnto Sunday law," bo
"Directly this bill passes you will
hnve not only nn niuuseinent Sunilny.
You will have u working Sunday, nnd
I plead hero for tho working man I'm
not u I'urllan; I'm not In favor of
sumplunry laws It Is not n question
of church or of religion, but of people's
Ljle A Dickey next opposed the hill,
and was followed by Rev J. P. llrd
nian .who made n vigorous nnd clear
rut nrgnment ngnlnst tho bill on the
ground that the Territory 1ms hnd no
ebunre to express lis sentiments on tho
uubject, n.i well that It affects labor
Mr Kinney nskcil Senntor Quinn Just
how fur he believed the county should
regulate Sunilny nliservnnce, nnd they
Interchanged n number of questions
mid replies without eliciting nny defi
nite result, Quinn eleclnrlng Hint the
question of general Inhnr regulation
hah nothing to do Willi iijo nuniiiiy
nponlng of thenters.
Working Man's View.
J i: Rocha declared that the Legis
lature should not delegate the powers
under" tho bill tn the boiiriT of super
visors. He made a strong plen for the
obsirvnnce of Sunday nnd boooiiip elo
quent In nsklng for protection for Hie
home nnd fiiinllv ties.
nishnn Libei t of the Cntlmlle church:
"I don't see Hint the community Is
nsklng for tills law If you look nt the
newspapers, you will not nnd the pen-j
pie demanding It. I think II would i
help break up the home." j
He wns followed by Dr. Srudder. who
mlel: "Tho rousnn why tills matter Hj
brnught up Is because tho people be-
bind the bill don't bellevn the Legls
lnture would open the theaters nnd be- j
Hove the supervisors would." I
Mnyor Kern talked n long time. Iiuti
whether he wns for or ngainsi mo nui
tiie majority of the audience wns in
doubt when ho bad finished. "
Ifltiiiwl I Ml
I nlrK?ataHu mImMKRv' 111
smaKss fKmii BmJ
HBini SMtf jsai iijDiiLrS
A decided sentiment In fnvnr of
nuking CeinnresH to let down tho ox
cluslnn barn und nllow Chlneso Into
tlio Territory In limited numbers, ap
peared at n dinner last evening at
tended by nlno liietnberR of the Sen
ate, several Representatives, nnd n
number of buslnega men. A majority
of tho Senators, present expressed
themselves as In fnwir of submitting
n memorial to Congress nsklng Hint u
limited number of luliorcru bo admit
ted und Senator Clillllngwortli will
present tho resolution In tlio upper
bouse of the Legislature, If tho lentii
tlvo plans mado'last night tiro enr
Speeches favoring the Idea wcro
maUo by Senator Cecil Brown, Sen
ator Falrchlld, Senator I'nll, Walter
G. Smith nnd IT. S. Attorney Ilteck
ons. In behalf of tho Chinese, Clm
(ieni, Dr. I.I and l'ong Kong showed
tliu nccosslty for tlio admission of
Cecil Brown said that tho Provis
ional Uo eminent bad made, n great
mlstakn jn excluding Chlneso, stating
that the action was taken nt that time
In order to avoid any obstacles to mi
nnxiitlon and meet the labor senti
ment then prevailing on tlio P.iclllc
Former Governor Adams of Novndn
spoke In favor of modifying thn ex
clusion act, as did Judgu Matirlcu I).
O'C'iiiinoll, until recently solicitor
general for tlio United States Ticiih
Civil Hnslncor Loweicnz, IT S. N.,
lias been roliued of duty hcio mid
his placo lulten by Civil Kngl
neor K. It. Gnylor, who lias been on
duty nt the navy yard at Charleston,
Mr. Uiwerenz has been eonllued lo
l:lu homo fur' ninny weeks with iboiim
atism and heart complications, mid In
tlio meantime, tho work of his olllco
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struction has doiohcd upon Civil en
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