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HONOLULU paid tribute
yesterday to the ' Natioh's
soldier ahd sailor dead With a
spectacular military pageant fol
lowed by .Memorial Day exercis
es at the Nluianu cemetery. That
the city hold fresh in its mem
ory the deeds of the men who
fought back in the sixties was
evidenced by the outpouring of
tens of thousands and the enthu
siasm of the banked throngs that
filled both sides of the streets
along the' entire line of march
from the Capitol grounds to Nu
uantt cemetery. . It will be a pa
rade long remembered, for hun
dreds of those who marched will
know the stern realities of war
ere another Memorial Day is ob
Nuuanu cemetery was a blaze
of Color with the garlands and
floral tributes that had been
placed by loving hands on the
graves. The day that had brok
en overcast and threatening took
on a fairer aspect and the sky
was almost cloudless as the first
marchers of the long line entered
the cemetery gates.
THRONGS AT SERVICE
The platform bn whichthe ex
ercises were conducted, draped
with flags, had been erected un
der the spreading branches of a
great monKey pou tree and' in
front of it tiers of seats formed
a semi-circles These were occu
pied by the little handful of G. A.
A- yeteraoa,;th,fraternal organ
izations that marched in the pa
rade, territorial and municipal of
ficials, officers of the army and
navy, members of the legislature
and members of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Flags and ban
ners of various hues that had
been carried in the parade flut
tered in the soft breeze from the
mountains that swept over the
assemblage. Thousands were in
the throng that fringed the semi
circle of seats. Members of the
Chinese cojrfpany of the national
guard patrolled the grounds aiid
men of the Second Infantry act
ed as ushers.
DIRGE OPENS PROGRAM
A dirge played by the Hawai
ian Band, which opened the
services, wa,s followed by an elo
quent prayer by. Rev. A. V.
I'almer, pastor of Central Union
Church. The stirring measures
of Kipling's Recessional were
then heard, sung by members of
the Apollo Club.
Miss Margaret Vera Miller of
McKinley High School recited
the last stana of Longfellow's
poem "The Building of the
Ship" and this was followed by
a "Memorial Day Song" bv girls
f the Kainehameha School.
C harles Dudley Pratt of Puna
hou Academy gave President
Lincoln's immortal Gettysburg
address and Mr. Charles L.
Hall, accompanied by the Ha
waiian Hand, sang. "America, 1
Pledge Myself To Thee", after
wbich the address of the day was
delivered Iiy Richard L. Halsey.
After the post memorial ad
dress by Chaplain C. A. Moberg,
V. K. W.. a squad of guardsmen
fired three volleys, the salute to
the dead which was followed by
Taps. The benediction was then
pronounced by Canon Ault.
"America" sung by the big gath
ering and played by the Second
Infantry Hand and then "The
Star Spangled Banner'.',, sung by
Phillip C. Hall, brought the ex
ercises to a close.
The parade that preceded the
exercises at the cemetery was
one of the greatest spectacles
ever witnessed in Honolulu and
in the lines of marchers all of the
Territory's, varied races were
tionl urtd organization.: I)
V NIPPONESE IN LlflE
Art international ' 'aspect was
given to the Memorial Day pa-1
rade -when- from the waterYrdnt
came tha quick? hlafVof 4 bugled
march Is ..the- Nipponese blue-
jackets of a cruiser of Japan,
swiing ' ittto position, the 1 'sun
burst flag making a brilliant dash
0f color above their whit uniform,
(i ml, almost at the same instant Amer
ica' bluejackets, marching with
heavier tread but fewer and leaser
wing. In 'Mir of a vanguard of ma
riass.ia khaki, took ou a ponitloa tit-
posite tbra. and directly in froot, of
ohl KawaJahao Church, significant of
tb harm our existing between - the
greatest . nation ef the 0-ident and
.Mingled with these organisation
were America ' veteran of tha 8p
iah Wnr and the Foreign Wars, aoine
a (rayed a they were, twenty' years
ago owe more bringing to light the
aluraet , forgotten uniform of that doy
-trdorjc ,Wue, Boat and sky lilue, trant
ers with "U. 8. V." upon; the wl
lars,. telling the story of ilondid aerv-
against fVuin and the J'ilipino i-aurrat.-tiis.
Boya of '61
lW these melted into a militant
background when two autemobila
lowly took place in too. wajt lag line,
auea who oi u men, soldiers of. nearly
sixty year ago, who went , to battle
front a, young umnr . young a the
taousanii or men who yesterday
marched In khaki nnd carried aiaaa-
r.ine rifle, but men who then carried
raur.zie loading gun, and were, a fa
miliar with the tlnut of the, bayonet
a the soldier of today are endeavor .
in if to become. , , .
Their CJ .'or inarching ha long
hen. ,nr, , There wa a day.whei?
they- marched down Pennsylvania Ave
dimv xUaot and full of vigor, on
thoir way. to the "front", aiul, four
year hatar when thoy. again marched
aloag tho same avenue a "Veterans"
of four year' service. They marched
afterward year after year oa. members
of the Grand Army of the Republic,
wotU age act its eenl upon thein. ;
But yeatorday only a handful gather
ed to da honor to the day that is
typically theirs, for it wa a day when
they remembered their old comrade
Who are; sleeping thoir last nleep upon
"the Old Tenting Grounds". .
Or the old-trme (Mirge W. DeLong
Pot, Oram) Army of the Bepuhlie,
which waA ao long, through various
kingly reign in Honolulu, a couspicu-,
ous organiiation, only Ave men report
ed for duty yexterday, wearing their
Wack campaign hats, nnd proudly upon
thei.i breast the (J A. ft. emblem. Their
Httle roll-call of yesterday wua as fol
lows; J. C. Gannon, I.. I,. I.al'ierre, I). B.
Newell, l'eter F. Dubois and George
Another automobile contained an
other handful A. Richley, W. J. Con
ger, M. A. l'erry, H. H. l)enis,n, James
A. Clcnicnce and J. V. K. M'.relock and
Just twelve men of the armies which
fought for the Union ia 18(il-lHC5!
Soldiara of Today
' fiu an arouad them war evidences
of the in3Uatti aught of America.
Thousands of regulars passed and re
pasHed. There were white Americans
and colored American, but neurly all
young men, sturdy, muscled and strain
ing nt the leash to be at the front.
There were Boy Scouts, the soldiers of
tomorrow. It was all the makeup of un
intTuntmil parade, typical of Hono
lulu's iutcrqiiugliug race harmony.
That it was essentially a military
parade was evident when Infantry and
ravahy, coast artillery, bluejackets and
marine took up asaigued placet, short
ly before ton o'clocK, for exactly at
ten o'clock Col. J. W. Heard, V. H. A.,
grund marshal of the parad.0, raised hi
hund and a bugle sounded the order to
i;vt into nintiou. ColiM Heard and his
staff, mounted, moved from the mukai,
entrance of the Capitol (Hounds, pre
ceded by a platoon of mouuted police.
Two automobiles swung into line at
this point, the first containing the Gov
ernor and his aide, Captain Leslie
Thompson, N. (i. H., and the second
Brigadier. General A. 1'. Blocksom, U.
S. A., coinmnuder of the Hawaiian
Department, and his aide, Lieut Chaun
cey Cleveland, I. K. C, followed by
members of his stnff, including I.ieut.
Cul. Henry Merriam, V. S. A., chief
of staff; Major .Tame V. Dougherty,
q. M. R C, and Captain A. Browu. I.
Came then the commander of the
First Hawaiian Brigade from Scho
fiel.l Barracks, Colonel F.arl Carnahun,
of the 2Mh Infantry, and srnlf, follow
ed by the always popular 85th Infan
try bund, plnying a patriotic air, with a
good marchiug swing to it.
. Cumpany ater company, and batta
lion after battalion of the big 25 tb In
fantry regiment filed along, reraiving
applutine as they marched. Here and
there would be a burst of applause as
an "islaud boy", wearing the Wr ot a
lieutenant oame by in, command of a
compuny. The regiment turned out
practically all men that could be reliev
ed from garrison duty, sad as it is one
of the largest of the regular army regi
ments, it made an excellent showing.
Kven the mountain guns, paoked op
the bucks of mule, were In line.
Following the 25th, came the 32nd
Infantry, "Hawaii's OWn", for the
.'12nd wus burn in Oahu a few years ago
when the army wa increased, com
manded by Lieut. Col. Harry Blaslpnd.
Itir color bear the insignia, of tb Ter
ritory i-f Hawaii. Throughout its length
niuny familiar faces were toon, a more
"island boy" officers came into view
ami received their meed of applause.
Its bund pluyed "Tramp, Tramp,
Trump, the Boys are Marching" as it
passed along King Street.
The 1'rovisionul Brigsde wa next ia
lind, commanded by Colonel Bouuett,
of the Second lufuntry. The Second
Infantry bund was first in lino, follow
ed by the siddiers of the Fort Shaffer
regiment, and more "island Juoys"
were kceu. In fact, throughout the es
tablishment of the regular army hers
the old time regular, the WVt Poiut
els, uic all moving toward France, or
are tbeie uow. aud their. places are rap
idlv being filled by young wsja. of llu
u:tii ro'iiinihsioncd us officers.
'llif rtiuMiidcr of tho Provisional
Brigade waa composed "of" Coast Arftl' !
tprjr companies from the fortifications J"
nioag ine vaanan eoaet, leaded M th
Cott Atiillety Band. " ,
Only Few CaTalryraao
i Tkre ,a pnoJi disannoiatmoot when
cavalrymen tamo. by. tfcs vast, three-gas
iitUM ve streets, for then WM only oms.
lBf vi Me m wavajry, aaa taia-.p'
ou mounted, qand was not la Una. Tho
mounted band ia always a, feature ar4
it excellent music is aJwaT- pleasing
to. I. Honolulu friends, tha dfltach
mrn was eommnnded by Lieut,, Col.
O. C. Oden.
Warinea and blueiarketa from Pearl
Harbor Nval Station represented the.
o portion or the fighting service, but
aVhoaigh not large in number, they
formed a splendid looking lot of young
men, ann those who watched them go
by thought of the cores of Hawaiian.
Doya wno ore now serving as Oluejacs i -
t aboard American warships on the r
Atlantic, braving the dangers of the
fi -boat .tone) and doing their share to
help Uncle Sam win. The navy is little
heard of tlee days, even that part of
tho service which is so close to Hono
lulu, but the nnvy has massed its
strength., in the Atlantic seeking Ger
many's sea snipers.
Tha Hstioaal Ovarii
fclor. th usual interest wa dis
played by- the spectators in the two
Battalions, of the' Hawaiian National
Ouard which constituted tho guard-1
iM wUkln " - L - -
line mav be ia federal nervine for the .
period of the war, and cyan while the,
?.a .V.. L J K,TU?r
of, the guard would be isaued at two.'
oVjoek inthe afternoon, which would
reauiro each man reporting at eight j
n'lneh this morninff R,d hv th. tim
tb'cy reached the cemetery the rumor
waa learned to be unfounded. The two
battalions were commanded by Major
ferl? Johnson and Major Arthur W.
t Hawaii's most famous organisation
-t-itlie Hawaiian Band which has never
Memorial Day service, or a Fourth' of ,
missed a parade, a public funeral, a
.fitly, celebration since 1K72, came into
vitv hpxi, .rrceunin o. gruy-uanorni
KVimehamelia School cadet who
arched with the precision of veterans.
he cadets were comma nded by Cadet-
Bf hindj theni .came the Grand Army
of the Bepublio veteran.
, .A .'. th y-passed along in auto, old
andA many toeble, hat of "pectator
rere doffed, or it wa their day, a
day when fewer and fewer are able,
to, report for duty, for death is taking
heavy toll in their ranks in these years
so long after they laid aside tha inusket
ano the sword away back in '!5.
The Spanish War Veterans and tha
Veterans ef Foreign Wars, in general
charge of Joseph Leal, one of the fight
era in the Filipino insurrection of '09,
made a fine showing. Captain Paul
Hanith, who was called into, service in
IHU9 as a captain, of volunteers and
who accompanied tho 45th Volunteer
Infantry to the Philippines, was in
the- tone, wearing hia old uniform of
dark blue and - light blue. Many of
tho in this df taohsieat were in the
khaki of tho presest-dny army.
Japan Slaa Jackets
Oa -of tfc. speotaeurar organisations
Navy Una hundred and rirty wbita
iiaiformed men, carrying rifle with
bayonets attached, and carrying their
flag, aarehoV to she merry call of the
bugle. There were throo sets of these,
each set bugling a measure, tha next
taken ap by the second and the third
group playing the final measure. The
tduejnrkets were officered by Captain
Y. Morlmoto and .Lieutenant Osaki.
Their precise marching step won much
applause along tha whole rout.
With bugle and drum at their head
the Boy Scouts, commanded by Scout
roasters Roger Burnham and Harry
Hayward,; made a fine showing, man.v
troops of the Scouts being in line, from
Lull, boys, down to little mites at the
eud of the oolumn, but the latter keep
intT step with tlieir elder.
Culan Veteran Just Two
Next In lia. wa tho meager repre
scntation of the Cuban Veteran of the
wars of Dfi and T)8, the Cuban flag
being carried by A. K. Minvelll and
at his side was tho other half of the
organization in the peron of A. P.
Taylor of tha '90 campaign.
AH. tho fraternal organizations fol
lowed, headed by the Free and Accept
ed Masons, with the Kaights Templar
in full uniform in the. van, carrying
American flags and banners designating
thoir ioilues. The Knights Templar
wore blAck uniforms, chajioaux adorned
with long ostrich feathers and carried
sworila. Tha Masons wer led by Judge
0. VI. Ashford, James Friel and Ferdi
i8.nl Si knack, i
, The Odd Fellows of Harmony and
ExctH.tior lolges carrying , their lodjre
hauliers and service flag, were followed
by the Elkt (if Honolulu Lo-Ik Hlfi, a
large turnout, who alao carried th Am
erican (lag and a service flag. The
Kniizhts o Pythias, laxdopndant Oror
of lieil Mm, Aaclrntt-Ordar of Forest
ers, l.oyid (kdes; pf MoVf and M odor a
Order of Phoenix, all wearing lodge re
galia, carwUg flfi aad.sssvice flags,
njsda up SB Interesting,. ivilion of their
owp. Th I'ortujjuei as wy a the
Ameiican flag, was carried by the San
The British Club, headed bv Fred
Huriisou, president, carrying an Ameri
can flag, and followed by those of Hng
land, Australia, Canada, New Zealand
and Scotland's ancient standard, had
more than usual interest, for it .lemon
ntrstitd the unity of the cause of tho
Kuhlo Heads Order
The Order of Kamrhameha, one of
the most powerful of the Hawaiian so
cieties wa headed by PeVegate J. K.
Kalnnianaole. The members wore their
It took an hour for the parade
to pass a given point. It waa exeention-
r . . - - -. .
, a'ly well handled, and the success of
I the dav is largely due to Capt. W. Carl
I ton. of the Veterans of Foreign Wart
of the r nited States, which took the af
fair in charge. The arrangement pf th
!'H,lc was made by Colonel Heard uud
Major A. C. Bellamy, his adj"'"1', and
chief aide, assisted bv First I.lnut. K.
It. Haiiniesch. L'fith Infantvy, aide: First
1 iciit. 11 inlnier .TucoImiou. .'iL'nd Infantry
aide; uud Ivlyar Smith, aide.
t f Kit h A
f f 11 f 51 kJ
w.a si si Hf w
' 1 f -i e
I EAVING undone much that
might have Ixett accom-
rA tnovino- unrtrVn
mopWtt.Uuely many trtlnM IMt
could .fltean only waste wi lin
and moneys the special sessfert of
thfc legislature, .which has -been,
in progress fifteen working days
.inr , jTusdav Mav 'fourteen
,m" 1?aay lay lOUnecn,
ena, tOtfar Wttn SOme little TeO-
ord of actlievement tealliod at
art outlay-of $18,00a
Thrr-kland ot rFawari's needs,
to supply 'W hie lr ttie special ses
sion .originally was called, have
beeil pfOWed'tbr and legislation
euicled soon, will provide a 'fund
Lof $200000 with which tha Big
rlSlariJ "can repair the damage
don to roads and bridges by he
storm" that swept the island
about a month ago. The food'
commission and its affairs have
been "whipped into shaptf a patt
of- general plan to place gieat
powers' into the hands of the irt-
corrting' Governor. A 'measufe"
that will enable Honolulu1 to pro
ceed with the great work of re
clamation1 iti' the Waikiki district
has ' bejen- enacted - and- Honolulu
has been given a tree public mar
ket. This sums up fairly what
the legislature has done at it
PISOSTION OF BILLS
When the two houses convene
this morning 'oi the sixty-four
bills introduced in the senate and
house, fourteen, -bills Will hivte
beeh -signed by tne- Governor:
i t ;ii
fourteen -wilt be id hrs hands for
action after havfrijr jjas'sed both
houses, one measure .will -remain
to be acted upbn arid will then be
sent to bim, and, thirty-five bilb
will have been killed. ' '
The one bill heM Hip for con
sideration after it has, gone to a
conference committee, it is un
derstood, will btj "4isp6sed of
rpredily. TMs has to do with
the Governor' contingent fund.
As introduced in the : senate it
was sought to fix his fund at
150,000. The houae cot the fig
ures to $50,000. Qbverrtor Mi
Carthy himself expressed the be
lief that $100,00 would- be au tri
dent and 4s thij-'figtire Was
agreed to by the conference com
mittee, the bill will 'be sent to
the Governor this morning with
this sum fixed.
POCKET VETO PROBA&LE
Of the fourteen " btll'a in the
Governor's hands for' action,
only two may be called of first
importance and doubtless all of
them will be signed, with prob
ably one exception. The excep
tion is the measure q license
chiropractors whioh passed' both
houses after petition for it signed
by three thousand names, had
leen sent to the legislature To
put the measure out of business
effectively it is reported that the
Governor will not act an this billJi. hm..,
until after the close ol the' ses
sion, for it is said the hotfse is
ready to pass it over his veto.
The two more important
measures, which the Governor is
to sign with the others re the
seuate nieusure plaoing fund of
a2ttO,(Hi0 in the bauds of too Qovernox
to provide sn adSMjuat food auppry for
the Territory and tbo .bill to taiobliah
a free public market ia Honolulu,, 9otb
of toe' nieavure, it I 4igsloxstool,
huve the Uoveroor' approval. The
anubliiig act, so railed, wWcfc provides
the moaas by whii'ti Uaiaii, ooo raise
the $200,000 votori for its rolief, also
is oue of tha woaswes- still in the
Covernor's hands and lut stiU kuu the
senate bill designed to plane a check
on dudoyu) spofca, bm acts, The, o'h
cri aro lesser uteanursa hiokidiag; The
ttct to create a voiiiuiwiilb , to iveti
gate fet'bie uiindiduess; tho bill to
establish an agricultural experimental
station at Walmea, South Kohals, Is
laud of Hawaii, and tha bill to pay
the sslsries of guards, not paid fur
work done in the anthrax piduiu:.
(if the fourteen measures that have
received the Governor's signature, to
rthosf earring fhj pnror!tia
amounting to (18,000 to cover th M
paaae t to. apMial uuioa, atUWOi for
U, sonata, i 118,()0 for .thohotuss.
Jb4 asbta important o th thr tweW
ra.. the ,.loan...hUL. throagh, whjeh, h
m ta mm f Hawaii d-ar
provided and th bill that provide
that, the work of reclaiming tke,
"i area or inuadatea laud ia t
Waikiki district m b atartod with.
is th .net Mverai weoka, , .u...
The other bills that have been slim-
tea iaelodei a Will relating to th i
peqditme of publie mosey, which. n
Labl sountios to do thu owa ro4
wora; ids dim appropriating aKSOO to,
pay the fsnsral expenses of tha
Qva UUookalani; a bill for to ut.
cbasff of school property in Honolulu
af aa expenditure of $.11,000; an appr
priatloo, of SKMMM) fOT tuada through
tVVa KApa homestead on K); aill
carrying sppropriatioa . sajoivtin to
about 10,000 for Kahakuloa road and
Oknda teaosvolr; a hill to. areata.
poriaaaent tovoiving fund to bn.wa
aa a cash basis fund for Honolulu; a
bill providing that meetings and rec
ord of the food Aoramissioa shall b
opa tfi.th public; a biU mklf aa adc.
diioaal appropriation of 20,000 for
th Boys' Industrial schoifl; kill
amending the law restricting or of
certain nets in taking food Ashes and
to Dili altering Honolulu's tat fate,
i AtaoBg.tha thirtr-tvo billa that war
Ub)o4 in th sours of the spssial i.
sion, cesiaea the land bill, other. hd
to be of importance or having some
thing of the. nature of emergency ssoas
ujrea are: th bill providing (or th pur
chase of Washington Placoj Senator
Makeksu's atasuro, providing for a
grniXtornft wapcrijoeutai , ttioa, at
Wmea, .Hawaii; and Senat Bill 30,
wbich, provided for the repeal of th
lmraigratioa htw aad converting 110AV
000 now in the. immiirratioB fund, to
ta Ooverngr's contingent .fond. .
, nepreseniatiy neieRoiio, "she Boy
Orator'' from Uilo, ia heavy hearted
boeauso hia od- and oply. meaoojr a
b,ij askinff. for 4-1W.000 to nconrag
lao tarq industry, came tp a sudden
and uBitune'ly death and Acting taups
tattiadent oi Public Work. . hjpbby i
annoyed because the house saw fit' to
trim him out of aa addition to his sal
ary., Numerous fish and lobster, bills,
Utroduead , in the house, war ah loco.
fprmed in th senate. .
' Practically all disloyalty and allea
easy billa wer killed whoa the to,
of the now amendment to th Espion
ag Act was cabled here, and a number
of hous bill mt the ssm fat wheal
It was discovered that th sam -.
area, contained in thorn had. already
been provided for In similar sonata,
bilk. The only bills whush wont through
wfth aay lack of oppoUlon and dteV
oped much speed in their passage wor,
House Bill 1 which provided Tor tho
expanse o4 the house and Urof at, Bftit
10, which provided for the xpeos,pf
th senate. Thre was 'no opposition ia
either house to the passage of-thse
,"MWres. , . '"'..,
. V. .- ' - in0
B. B. 1 To raihiDbr th City and
Oanty of Honolulu for. expeaditure
sj4lo, in, lieu oi aasoMweat i agaaaa
imbl.i or oxouij. land,(oi purruaneat
road iniprovemen,t. Shingle. Tabled.
B, B. sV A a act deAnina disloyalty
ant providing, pnishannt tUoroor-
lIsKhO .To Oovorni;., r .
'B. B. S -To authorite the food eom-
misaioa of th Tltory of rsawaii to
puubaao and dianooo oj sumvisut iun
tity of foreign grown rfce for the nev'U
or the inhabitant or tae Territory
Hhingia. ', TabhxL ,.
B. B. To aind Sections 191, 19.4,
Revised Law of Hawaii, 1SV relative
to the National Oaard of Hawaii.
IVIww.' TabJUjd. ... . i ,.
, B .6 To aniead Chapter 125, Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, relatinir to Are
ariiis uoA anjmuuJUon adding thereto
t wo new sections to be known as 2202 B
and 2202C.-Vach.eco. Tabled.
B. B. Bolating to house of lewd
new, s)HignHrtio4 ,04l prostitution, to
orovHe tor toe bnenva.Vtheteof and
the issuance of injune'trous against per
sons connectsil ikarewlto. and other
uiattera inidatJ thsitato. t'achouo.
fl. B. 7 To authorise the appropria
'on by the boart..of1 auvorvisora of
the City and County of Honolulu of
certain moneys iu the rash basis fund
pxoviilod for by Weciiou J7)(H of the
Royiaed Laws of Uawsi lftl for the
direction, eqyuipmet and estaiilishnieut
of a aiunicipal aiavrket.Paehero. To
Ijovsrnor. : ,
ft. B. 8 To amend Revised Laws of
Hawaii, 1fll54 relative to expenditure of
launoy, Correa. Signed by- Governor.
; B. B. To amend Act .. oWsaiou
Laws of Hawaii, )0M, adilipg a saw
section thereto providing for the ex
penditure of public money. (juinu.
Higned by Governor,. . ,
8. B. 10 To appropriate money for
the purpose of defraying th xpenaes
of the social ssaioi of tke, ssjiiU at
the legislature of the Territory of Ha
waii ox tha year line, Maiuglo, Higistid
P. JJ. l Tq amand Act 20 of the
laws of the Territory of Hawaii of the
regular aoaaion of 1017 establishing a
municipal luarketuiu. eosuniissuoa.
Hbingle. Final reading In Senate May
& & 19 To amend Section 1728,
UNjs4 Laws of HawUiU, 1US, relaliug
to permanent revolving or. cash 4iasia
fund. Shingle, rligtiedby Governor.
ft, B A, ant to proviik for the
paynient of W. R. HrV1''. oftiug su
tierintendent of publie works 8hinglo.
V B, Is To amend Beetioa 1, Act
214 of the Besfiion Lw q( 10J7, rclat
Ing to appropriations for the biennial
period. I'ttuhoco., To tlovarnor.
8. B- ISt-nMaJdnK an approprialiou
for the relief of T. F. Friu. lai hco.
B. B. 1ft To amend Suction 2, A t
Itio to rea.d "Kahiikuloa Uod, $427 IA,
Oliuda Reservoir, $9572.89 ".Haldwin.
Higud by Governor.
B. B. 17 To provide additional ap
projiriatiov for the binuil pcrio.l cud
Ing Juno (, (919, Wilngle. Relumed
to scnaU. k
B. B. 18 To proviile for th creation
and niaiiiriiiince of an agricultural ex
pcriineut station at Wuiiuea, Hontli Ko
liitlu. Makckuu. Tabled.
; . JS
i.5 UTov1di frh Aifi-
tnae of wharves aad landing on
Maol, MoJokai aad Vanai.T-Baldwio.
To- Oovoraor. . , t
B. tO-AppropriafUig" 110,000 for
road through Kapaa homestead, Coun
t-ot.Kaua. Uoy, -aUgsMs.1 by 6ov
rao,, j S B, 81 To provide for tho sale ot
bond and additional preportv tax in
to nouaty of Hawaii la.raao said liand
0,0 not be soM-Hid. Tabll.
ft B. t-To provid for certain leas
it laad after the tease have expired,
I, B. 83 To amend Section 987 of th
revised raw of Hawaii, 1915. Shingle.
To Governor. .
, B- 84 To amend Act 314, session
law 1917, covering deficiency in in
duitrial accident boards. Castle.
86-- Creating a commission to
investigate feebla-mindedneas in th.
Tritory of Us walk. Cattle. To Gov
1. B. 8 for the relief of George A.
MrKldowaoy. Coev.. To Governor.
8. B. 87 Providiag for aequisitlon
of additional property for Uonolulu
schools, Desha. Signed by Governor.
Bv B. 2$ Making special appropria
tio for eloiia agalnat Territory of Ha
waii. JDesha. Withilrawa.
S. B. 29 To provide for adeouate
food aopply for th Territory of Ha
waii. Shingle. Passed final readiag
apaat May 29.
aV B, Repealing appropriation for
Immigration board. clhlnglo. Tabled.
K BL 1 rrovidiog for purchase film
?un Liliuokalani funeral. Desha,
B...B. 33 Appropriation for relief of
indigent Hawaiiaua. Health Commit
tee. To Governor.
& A- S3 Providing for cultivation
of governuient land ffter lease have
xpTred. fthingl. Inde6nitely post
B, B. M Reirulatins Importation of
Wipe .for sacraiuftotal purposes. l'n
aV B. SS Relatinir to alien enemies
aniL procedur of prosecution. Lelia.
8. B. 36 Providine for purchase of
Washington rla. Shingle. Indcfi
H. B. 1 Appropriating money for
th expenses of the special session.
Oooke. WigJisd by Qovaroo.
B. Appropriating 36,000 for
th erection of a free publie aiarket,
BV B, 3 To amend Act 221 of the
session Jaw of 1IUZ relating to a com
mission to conserve and control food
supplies of the Territory. Andrew.
Bigncd by Governor.
. fi. B. 4r Fnrhiddrtiff ftmnloTment in
.federal service save in military or nav
al, forces of employes f th Territory.
-T-Aa,iltws. Tahioav ,
H. B. S Prohibiting the Issuance of
Keen sea to eaewiy aliens and providing
for. tha relocation of exietisg licenses.
Bt B, t-i-To provide for an intern
ment camp. Andrew. Tabled.
tt. B. 7 To aiswad 8e. 1017 of the
sessioni laws of 1U15 relating to tho
practise of medieln and providing for
th licensing of chiropractors. Aa
drewa. , To, Oovaroon, ,
,H,B, B-rTo smb4 aectlons of Act
.120 of th ioa. laws ol J0U relatinir
V to th payment of lalm for property
destroy, o tajuaaav - consvucae
of filling npganitary land in Kewalo.
Jarrett. , Signed by Governor.
H. B Making a special appropri
ation for th -payment of salaries, of
i - , t . i i .
f . Jg-w oivioo oi
luuuairy ui iao ooaru or rom-
missioner Agrheuku.ro and Forestrv
during the anthrax repldmio on Maui
ia June of 1917.-rBrowo. Tabled.
B. B. litTor tbo aspen4on during
the-wav of Alt J4 of lb aeasion law.
of , li17 rlti,v to th desUuction of
food fishes. -Browo. Tablad
H. B. 11 Prohibiting the employ
meat .of allea, Mm4 and Mitioiv
poraona in any sgciavltural pursuit.
R. B- 1 Appropriating srifin to
pay tho funeral, spose of the late
0,uen Ltliuoslanl. Signed by Cover
H. B. 1J Fixing proportions of sal- 1
arif to ba paid . 0 , employes of tho j
Territory who, fater the, military or i
naval service of th nation. Tahl'(1
H. B. lVvTo repeal Ant 1.1 of the
.mw w WA 'V' il lur in,
prittctios) of cor tain erystaceaas know
aa Ipbster. erawih or ula. Mossman.
Tabled. . . .- ,
9- Br 15 To amed subdivision 22
of Section 2 of Act $13 of, the session
law of 1WV17 entitled An Act t n pro
vide for publi Amprovsownita. ' Ts
vares. TapJUd tt -.. ,
H. B. 1 To repeal Act 14 of the
session laws of ,1017 for. the duration
of tha War.-ftrnauul Tabled.
H 81 7r-To. enable cit vei absent
from the TrUoty pn service iu the
army or navy or who joined the Hod
Croas X the Aljiss, '.to vuir home-ateadSj-ervea
H. B. 18 To amod Bection 2S of
the session lawa of 1913 as amended
by Act 87 of ,ka Masloa laws of It. IS,
s,od Aot i of tho BMsioa. kaw of 1117,
relating-to food fJsh.-rKujihea. Hign
ed by Uoveruol,"
H. B, lr-To mak an additional ap-
A.nn inn 4. : i . ... . l .
prouriation of $),000 for the HoaJU
r I 1 L3 l. t n i ... i , .1
mauiuiai cnooi.--.jaoit. oigneu oy
tiuveruer. . ,,i
& Bk a0 To appropriate $.100,000 to
encoura lb cultivalloo of tara Ke
lekolio. Tabled. . ,
H, B. 21To amnd (Section 122 of
Act Of tho. session laws of l'J17
to. provide for puklia -Impxovenianta.
Kawewehi. To governor.
H. B. 20 Provides for the sale of
$200,0011 bonds a provided in aiueml
nviut to. Ac(. illS, to ffurd reliof to
couty of Hawaii, Kawahn. To Gov
ernor. H. B. 29 Provides for draining and
filling jtiuinUtod lands ait Wuikiki iu
connection ajith Waikiki reclauiutlon
project. Oooke. Higned by Governor.
H. B, 2$-r-iApproiritea $5(IH! for tin
iuy. thm UUiuU tesorvoir, Tuvarcs. Ta
H. B. 26 ProviaVrllO for appropria
tioa for ruads ln Kuuouoa. ManiMa.
lt B. -Begultlog th
sale of fish
H. B. 27 lUgurating food supply
H. B. 28 rrovlding for the
of destitute Hawaiian. Cooke
ffONdLULU StbCK taCHANJE
nnaotohi. May . US.
Alex. A- lliil.lwlu, Ltd.
t: lirewer a ro
Kws I'lsnt. i
. tllllKll MIK I II
lisvr Air-tl. Co
I HsW I' A I I n
Haw Hon to
tloliokhii .n Co
! Ilonmuu Hn k. i',
1 IiitililiiHon rtuir I'lsnt
.1 l-4l 41
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Kalillku I ' I n ii I Co. . ..
Kukulut .sua. Co
KnHMi S ii st I'll
Mi rirrile Sun. Co
1. 1, 1
onnu Hhif i n. . .
, Olnu Miiif I ii . I.t.l
OlKlllleS Hutf I'll
, I'saiihsu Hon I'lsnt
. io !....
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PSi'inc Hiik Mill
' PU rinnl I'd
I t'.i4'kii --iicHr
I Ploticer Mill Co
' hii ihH.i. Ml lllnsr I'n
' Wnlslns Axrcil. i'n. ...
Vt'siliikn Sun. -'o
. Endau Ih-v Co.. Liil
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xn.il ls" I'sM I'o
Kneels Cunpcr Mlnlna '". II
Haiku V . n '. i-u, 'fj. . 21
''iii n ' f i o . i nui . I
Haw. ( un. It5. T'.i A.
UIW I nil I . Ji
Haw C.n It T . Com
llawillnii Klwtiic Co.
HW. I'llK'Sill I'll. .
Hon II K M. I'n.. I.lil
linn, "in- I n,. l.l,. .
Hon i; r . iii.
Inur l.ilsnil H X Co.
Milt. Tel I'll
OSIlll K ft I.. Co. ...
I'ahang Hulilier Co. .
I 44 SI 44
He'llli lln,Mnr. P(1. . .
Bame (80 pd.)
Tuujuus; I'ms Itubber Co
"14 1 .
Rch Walk I. U SH..i ,
Hsmakna lMteh On., 0 .1 1
Bnw. Ciui It v. trie TTW
ttuw n irr. ru., lla i to
Haw. Tvr 4 Kef. 1MO0 . '101
Haw. Ter. 4't pub. Iups.100
iimw. ier. i-iid. I my. ,l
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naw. Terr'l 314
Illln Cum Co.. LtO. fl' .
Hiinokss S: g. Co., )f .
Bonoluln Oss Co., ft . .
Kauai Hy Co.. As
l . 5Vt
Knir i u.. .'is
Mutnal IVIeiihone Co.. !s.
Oetiu It. 4c I.. Co., ..
Il.hu i:. ait
Vlas Hnaiir Co.. ifh' .. '.'.'.
aclAc (ins no K. Co., OS
nan csrios auiunc. w
Walslun. , mm: Bws. M, 28.x3.
There will he on sessUm of this Exi ban ce
toiuiirrnw. lieiiiratlou l'sy. Majr ifo, 101H.
Jasiaaey :. IMS
88 analrsls Ixta (no adlne.
i' Cant (Fr Haw.) 8oafs 00t
Mar 10. WIS
New lork (N qnolaUoal.
f NEVJT XORK STOvKS 1
NEW TORK. Mar SO Associated Prem)
KoltowU m tk ooemlns and ckxilnt
quptatlnns of stacka la too Hum Xork itar
kt jtosiarday.: , ...
f- . . . . " ' ! "
Ainrrli-an lvt .
Asxxiatwl oil .
i Alaska Gold
. Amerli-sa. IsmotWe
AmiTicsn ei. Tel.
I Aniertcaa Sujeltcr . .
An blson Hallway . .
!S,"hl"l?em t "H" '
i California fetrtileuin
Canadian Paclnc . ...
C. M. A HI, l'aul . ...
Colo. Vnel A Iron . . .
Cuba Htisr i'anc . . .
trie common . ,
Oen'eral Motor (newi
Hh-at Northern I'fd. .
' International Nickel .
liidtiMliinl Alcohol . . .
hyCUBoctilt Cooper . ..
1.1'liWh Valle lliillwar
New itork Central . ..
Hav COuMollilated . ..
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itinbifi' iron rnhi mi, ii
l ulled Nlates Uulilier
I uloo t'acttlc
I llltiil Slates Hleel . .
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hid. t Kx-dlvl.l.nit.
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NEW yORX CURB. STOCKS
Quotstlens. on the rollowtng New Tofk
curb stix'ks aa wlreleeHed to The Adver
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SAN FRANCISCO QUOTATIONS
V f-tlV-vVlKIYi. Mnv SO -(ASSoctat.
id Pre) rollowlu- are the oiienlas sad
lostnc quotstlons of lunar sud olbor
.nocks In tU tian 'rau lix-o uutrket yea-
I Oneu- Tin.
Hawaiian Kuviir Co. .
Ilnuokna Huyar . . . .
Hiitrhinsiin Rnirur 4'o.
iiihii Kimur Ci,
i Una Knsl- Co
iinoioea Muaar Co. .
I'iisuIisii Sounr cv. .
Knucls Cotiii'r Co. . ,
It In In rlsntutlou .
4 WW, '4. Ml
5. "SI 5. (10
.M4 I ;rn
Tlic Inter Island stesmer rilaues i
to sail for Matii and Kona port one
hour Inter than usual todav, ao num.
i of the leuislatur frou) Maui and
relief Hawaii mav leave for their homes af
Ta 1 ter the legislature adjourns. The Ki
luucu is to sail at one o'clock.
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