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PAP E B S
THE R LEADERS
(Continued from Pag 1)
The -United States naval collier
Nero, an arrival for Pearl Harbor at
eight o'clock this morning may make
but one trip from puget Sound with
oulldlng material, Is the prediction
freely made In local shipping circles.
The complete destruction - of the
great drydock at the Pearl Harbor
naval' base, on Monday afternoon, to
.which point the thousands of tons of
cpeclal sand in the Nero were con
signed. Is -believed will determine the
United States authorities in cancel
ling the pharter for future trips of the
steamer as was first contemplated. 1
Captain W. J. Kelton, commander
of the Nero, was a mighty surprised
navigator when Informed for the first
time this morning of the disaster to
the big drydock. While the naval col
lier Is equipped with wireless tele
graph, liut little Information from the
outside world was received ' by the
operators '.during' the thirteen days
steaming from Scattle;.,Wash..
The incorporation papers of the
Hilo Traction Company, Ltd., a com
pany organized to equip the city of
Hilo with a street car system, were
filed this morning at the office of the
territorial treasury. The capital stock
or $2,000,000, of whic'a 156,000 has
been paid in, is divided into 200
shares of $100 each. The stock sub
scribers of the company are:
H. V. Patten, 1000 shares.
Carl S Carlsmlth, 5 shares.
Iceland S. Conness, 115 shares.
W. H. Johnson, 125 shares.
. C. E. Wright, 1 share.
Delbert E. ; Metzger, '269 shares. :
The Nero arrived off the harbor
thi3 morning, remaining for sufficient
time to take on Captain Nelson, now
special pilot for Pearl Harbor, and
also to permit Dr. Trotter and the
federal quarantine staff to grant the
vessel pratique.- - . i
Captain Kelton reports fair weather
on the trip. The Nero is no longer
classed as a fast steamer. The best
tnat she can do under ordinary con
ditions Is between nine and ten knots
per hour. -V .. y - v.-;
'The Nero once sailed the seas under
the British colors. At that time she
was known as the Wbltgtft, and hasl
been opt rated ..since 1895, when she
left the j'ards of Thompson & Co. at i Hilo and the war oorts onYeenlar
j Ecnedule this morning.
-This i3 said to be the first visit
of the collier at the port of Honolulu.
Ten officers and a , crew of thirty;
accompany the naval vessel.
The next mail for the mainland will
be dispatched In the Oceanic liner
Ventura, to depart for San Francisco
on or about five o'clock Friday even-rag.--
i ' - v
' Some lively work was done in dis
charging cargo from the Kilauea . in
order that the vessel might sail for
The Hllonian of the Matson Naviga
tion line will leave cargo at Hilo, Ka-'
hulul, JCaanapall and Port Allen be
fore returning to Honolulu, to com
plete loading for the coast
" The Nero brought 2350 oublc yards
of sand, .The vessel is to berth at!i" To discharge a Quantity of careo at
J the new-wharf at Pearl JJarbor where 'Hilo the MafKnn Navies Hnn
i ne report tnat tne cryciocis was. tne cargo will be discharged, there to , Wimelmlna will sail for the big island
rendered useless through the giving, await further disposition by the local, this evening returning to Honolulu at
away of the cemented bottom, proved naval authorities, an early hour Saturday- moraine.
" a. decided shock to the official Tstafl VThree employes of the navy depart
in the Nero. When the vesseF left ment,to take up work at Pearl Hap
Scattle, tor the Hawaiian Islands It "bor, arrived in the Nero. ; -
. was currently reported that the Nero Captain Kelton exDects to learn
wouja De employed lor some montns tbrough cables regarding future trips following upon the failure of the
in tne transfer or tnirty or more tnou-,of the.vesseL Tolcomplete the ship- strike of masters and mates, and the
A dozen mates, formerly with the
fnter-Island Steam Navigation -Company,
are said to have made applica
tion for reinstatement in the -service,
sand tons of fine sand, to be used In ment of sand now contracted for at
the construction of . cement for the tie sound, .would require about six
rcarl Haxtpr, dryflock, : rfSund r voyaesv of :th collief.
a ballet was ordered. Once more too !
Republicans stood fast as the famili. '
ar hats went round and Wise held on
to his post with an extra vte as he
reeei ved nine Totes to Cuclo's five.
" The election of assistant clerk was ;
passed over and the senate took up
the question of appointing a chaplain.
Chillingworth wanted to know: about
volunteers, and - the - question went
Fight on SergeanturiLArms.
Two names were placed before the
senate for sergeant-at-arms, Kaleoka
and Manuwai and the vote resulted in
a tie, seven ; to seven. Another vote
was ordered. Again it was a tie and on
the motion of Senator Rice the elec
tion of a -sergeant-at-arms was passed
for time. - ' '''.
- John Noble and Arnold Richardson
was elected by the old vote of eight to; Itonobiiu'- n
getting weight votes. , . h ; . i j
Senator Metzger then moved to take I
up again the position of sergeant-at-1
i For .Dycpcpsia i
If jnou BufTer Stomach Troubl.
ml you try our remWy, it won't
coat vou covit if it !.
: To rrw to" you that isdlwtjor
nd dyspemLk na borouthlr r .
livd mad that -xaU Dyepfpaia
TaUcts will do it. we will furnish :
tS- iadnno abm!utir foo H
fails to five you aatisf action. : !
' Th reinarkaNe twttm of ltxa!l
Dvsppala Tablta is due to tbe biali
(Wfee ol arienti5 skill uard ia ie
; vintax tbinr formula as wrll as to tho
vr rxerrd in thrir manufacture,
- whwby tha WfH-kDowB tmnrti
f Bbtnuth-Subnitrato and Wpna :
bartr Nrn c prnprrly rombinrd with
'CBiminatives and other Bfrnta. ;
Bimuth-Suhfutrat ' and Pepwo
re contantiy mployl and rerog
xtisrd by tha entire madirai prnfr
'sioa a iavaiuabie in tba treatment ;
of indizratioa and d'?ppsia. Their
proper eomlinatioo makes a randy "
jnTmluable for stomach relief. : ,
'We ara so rrrtain that there is
nothing so rood for stomach ills as
Iltxall Dyspepsia Tablets that we urge
! you to try iheaxaX our jisk. - Thro
i sues, 23 cents. 50 conta, and SIjOO.
; Too can "bi.v Rexatl Dyspepsia Tablets
la this aommunfty only at our store:-
departnre of some of its Instigators upper in organizing.
"l T'.V ' ' .
ir ri tba rated Btaa.3aiiaa!l 4
itewmir it aflarfy erwy ordinary la ,
t - -mm In r hi " eST aCjHSjlMt ;
won this time amid the laughter of . - . ': ':
those present, by height to six and took HTTm
the oath of office, which ended the cn yesterday and last night were dis-,
balloting on officers,' ave those tribnted wtthout alteration ' ; . -passed.
, . ;r V-i y-'-pick -Out' a Chap1aifi-v;'v-l;-;'
Senator Coke movd the notification ,??The question of house chaplain was
of the governor and the lower house decided before -the lawmakers organ
that the senate was organized for, and ized this morning,' and the selection
the question of rules came-op. Judd ot Rev: Akaiko Akana, a young Hawai-.
moved that the .temporary rules be iah-clergyman who graduated trom
made permanent" - Senator laukea the Hartford Theological Seminary in
moved that the question of rules go isnrf for that oosition proved Satis
over to the rules committee. ? Brown factory to all. , ,v; ,
declared that some rules -should be : The spectators wno" witnessed , the
adopted at once. Wirtz declared that agemWiDg of lhe lower- house nuui
the talk was out of order: h'- , Dered BeVeral hundred, packing ie
Metzger, Catowln and "Coke were gallery and -extending well out onio
named b committee of three-: to wait the lanai, where extra seating arrange
upttt the governor and nouae; Jnsf as ments had oeen made In anticipation
the oommittee was earned the house t the crush. - '
committee eame to notify the -senatei j Norman K. Lyman of East Hawaii.
fhat Xhe 4ower liouse ixad beaten the temporary chairman, called on the
M members jf the house of representa-
While three hundred and eighty
barrels of Hawaiian lime in', the f or-
and leaders. r There was -the-; usual ceremony iob- tives to" rise as the strains of -Ha
The swan song of the late masters' erved at the reception of.the govern-. wail Ponoi were wafted through the
and mates strike wa sung with the' ert message,- the- newly appomted ser-' open windows from the band outside,
painful leave taking:: of Captain A. lgeant-at-arms, sole triumph of the As the music ceased he called the
Tullett, fbrmer skipper -In the Inter- Bourbons In the tnornlrig's Skirmish-; meeting- lo order and -calling 'upon the
Island steamer Mlkahala who sailed ing, 'announcing the arrival of Secre- Rev. Akaiko Akana; the f opening
in the Lurllne for the coast last even-1 taryMott-Smith and the governor prayer of the session was delivered,
Jng. Tullett will take rp life a & trult private secretary' George D. ; Clark, the solons and audience remaining
rancher on the mainland. 1 bearing the four score and more typed standing. ? ,
'X m m .. - v... -I pages. On motion of 'Senator Rice he . ; The temporary chairman tapped his
Hall Met with Stormy Weather. . V first and last paragraphs were read by gavel, calling the session to order at
-rStrong winds from tho north served Clerk Wise, and the message was or- ye minutes before the hour of ;19
lo make a rough pathway for the In- dered printed. - s ; j o'clock. :
ter-Island steamer w. o Hiii an r.'i An invitation to the senators to be. After nraver. the chairman, with no
rival at the oort this momJn with Present on the grand stand when the 'dissenting voice, selected as tempore
ward hold of the Inter-Island steameri fair-sized delegation of cabin and deck Jnilitary parade of .Washington's blrth-, ary officers of the bouse: Edward
Mauna Kea were completely de-1 passengers. "The vessel brought &000 ay oes by, was received -and accept-1; Woodward, clerk; Harbottle-Hakuole,
stroyed, the fire that has been prcs- Backs sugar and 43 packages sundries, ed with thanks. ; The senate then ad- temporary Interpreter. i- -
cut .in that, compartment of the ves-l One auto was included in the-llsUThe Joumed until; 2 o'clock this afternoon. Hakuole then- addressed the house
. ia . m. m. - - - r . . . . - n .khIk . . .. .
- ihc - rvepuwuwua rDrlefly n Hawaiian tongue, trans
tne niv-the rnmmit- i.
noon. ; .s - .- ,; irow evening.-takmr tnalls. oassenirerR tees, mteting at tne nice or eenaior cteiL The chair named the zouow
A wireless message
morning announces that
cut of the forward compartment of
the Mauna Kea is proceeding without
delay. The vessel is to "sail for Ho
nolulu at four o'clock tomorrow after
noon, arriving here early Friday morn
ing wltba large delegation of visitors
to the Floral Parade and carnival,
gathered: from all parts of Hawaii and
Maul. . '- i , ;
The Mauna, Kea is totake passen
gers " from Hilo and Lahalna. The
, . .. t-.
, The venerable and now v famous
Chinese war Junk NIngpo, en route
from Shanghai to Los Angeles, was
spoken by Captain Fred Bennett,
master of the Matson Navigation
strsTner Hcnolulan. Ion . Monday,. Feb.
' I d, via liUtude 34 deg. 56 mln.; long!- j el "since "Sunday night, was complete- Hall- is T scheduled to depart "for. the Durfhg the recess :
tcie 1S1 deg. 15 min according to a ly extinguished -: late, yesterday after-Garden Island at five o'clock tomor-' held a caucus lo lin
ratliogram received from Captain
Not expecting any such craft still
to be riding the seas,1 even the skip
per was taken off his feet, or off the
bridge, when the weird-looking fight
ing ship of -dead -dynasties showed up
on the horizon; its , gaudily colored
sides and Mgav ptop reflecting ' the
sun and' Its ueer-looking sails reefed
close to the wind, giving her af rakish
cut In the water. ; v ' v - v.-
Captain Bennetttapplied his marine
glaf.ses !anfl tnadeaout that the ' boat
was the Ning-po, a famous old war
'Junk, which left China, 137 days 'ago
lor San Pedro. 1 s"' -
ta l. " .
The steamer Kilauea from Hilo,
sailing from the Hawaii port before
. Ji i f jrow evening,-taking mails, passengers tees, mteting at the office of Senator acted. The
e -received this tnafreigh, . --r j Brown. Albert Judd' was named 'as ng as co
hat the pumping ' J , . 1 1 f m ay ' t , ; j chairman of the. Judiciary committee wnlch imme
and Charles liice as chairman of
committeejon iways vand means.
REPRESEWTAT1VES GET TO
- ; W0RK WITH A RUSH
The territory 'seventh house of rep
resentatives Jumped Into being and
went at Its business -with a vengeance; can on tne chief Justice of the su-
committee on credentials,
immediately retired: Norman
Watkins, Archer Irwin and H. u. Ka
wdoehi. Adjournment was taken,
awaiting their report.... . t -
In less than 15 minutes the commit
tee reported; Ending all thirty repre
sentatives properly qualified, and this
was unanimously adopted; v 4
' -The same committee, on motion of
L. Kawewehi. was - appointed to
vessel is to operate as a special steam
er in this instance, and in bringing "uJ l t ,
4r. riocv, a m ' ,i.. .f fit Cbapman.and resnlted in the death of
'' ' ' - ' I 11.1. ' UrtiAfi TirWTI MMB - . i . Jl - a ,1 J
Rartliftiftmaor iia. ; iaw uiuiuiuj. nutu mc vv-wwD . preme court, wnose amy -it W w
tiartnoiomew, driver of an auto- :wAO t? - an nviwk vT '.v .mM . k.
uiuuue mat comaea witn miss Mana vt , mm. w mnintu, hAAl r.; Z AAt,m
gestlon 1 of
five oclock. yesterday morning Is re-j steamer. Kilauea.
to be cared for
the ) n-VL ; rr: , Recess was taken until 2 o'clock tnis
ported to have made a fast passage to
Honolulu. The vessel reached her
borne port'attli-thlrty lafet' e vening.
wa aim ateaui ie euiu 10 Bare omnnn ' bA t 4
Juv-nJ i i ... ' anernoon,
uwciauwus cuu luyunjr jesieruay ail- BnrnaA . t nnmhr nf
when the session was re-
Per str. Kilauea, from Hilo, Feb. 18.
J. 1 Cockburn, Miss Napaleon, B. F.
Dillingham and wire, Mrs. M. ML Gra
ham. Mrs. Schnver and ' 2 children,
A. O; Bermlt, 'N. S. Bayre. H. O.
Woods, I S. ConneEs, Geo. C Hewitt,
Willis 'Marks and wife, H. E. Belton
and w'Jfe. C. B. Hall, G. A. MerreTl,
L. S. Schmidt and wife, Mrs. McKay,
Miss Ea Holmes, Miss L Maybe, Mrs.
J. H. Maybe, J. J. England, N. Rom
sterd, W. B. Taylor. Miss Chuck Fay,
JTrs. J. Fernandes, Mrs. E. ' Silva,
Cliock Fey, R. L. Haler. F. SewalV A.
Anderson, A. Widjlmer. J.'S. Hargie,
Piaster Osario, W. C. Miller and wife,
. Mrs. Cowles, MIs3 M. F. Randolph. S.
Bayre and wife, J. P. Richards, Mr.
E. F. Smith. Mrs. Gea W. Daw, Misis
E; Daw. lV.-Lk' Milder. H. C. Woods, E.
A. 'Eherloclv, Miss M. E. Avlrlll, E.
. Thompson -na wife, J. S. Smith and
wife. A. Currv an3 wife, Mrs.; 1. L.
the flagship td Honolulu at this time 7vtjr an imrV-nt Introduced, the former had pass-Was taken until the arrival of Justice
is expected wUl greatly relieve a con- I L!!!i, ',.. wa?. important d fir8t.readfilgr by title and been re-i a n. M. Robertson.
otherwise "ZZ. 71 IV- V -. ferred to the committee on- printing, j ; 0nLr one member, A. F. Tavares, of
Maul, was absent : When the lower
house convened today. . He should
have arrived last -night oh the Kilauea,
but that vessel, carrying a capacity
crowd from Hilo and hurrying here to
batch the Lurline for the Coast, ? did
not' make the expected stop at La
haina. 1 For this reason both Repre
entattve Tavares - and Senator-elect
H. B. Penhallow failed to be present
at today's session, and must be sworn
e fire. All that'X iNn nave happened, and they' In tomorrow. , They are expected m
al of the lime ? wm IS!S Wt not have got down to business tonight or Thursday morning on the
v Alexander and William Williamson vr -r - riMMn. -
Escorted by the committee, the
rMof inatlro finneared at 10:30 a. m.
header, at . the. !,er - concuau. I and delivered thjjtb l?ce to the
a A & avk r4 V.ik B A M as wr ikiB ' w .. - a a KnMMAA e ' T 1 r Wl AW 1 W 1X1 III K III M. I I Rl T .
rail on her regular trip to Hawaii IlSiJI-- ii?LS?. Mrtlaum . trify -- aBaT"rbrousbtVaaC Che I . ItepriitUvav Hotateto then moved
tinR-wlth Uxe flro ia the store of UmfclTill 5Le:tr5yi- loected 4o make their appearance
The combustion w kept confined to .i-tet
the forward hold, the hatch batened j!?tr2JSSh5 SJ? to tat0 acUon 8llown in thl3 8ub"
down and quantities of gas pumped in-,-SJb5StoI iST-S manner, was by all odds the
to the compartment. When the cover of the opening session,
was removed, the flame appeared, a gP the woman, en crossing the the ordlnary cause ot events, with
deluge of water is said to have put the i . -In n.L -n. 'the rules of procedure In force, this
a a - . mi - aaaa.- mu.s vVU ACLS VUV1VU4& W X1
remains is the remov
water from' the hold of the vessel, ,7 JTr,. Vw" 7n. i.riw before the afternoon or tomorrow.
which is but a matter of a few nour, IZr Z.JIflstela mH Off Hl Ctit -
The nredictionf was made at the, r,L.- V"T?Jr"4zr:: I But Speaker Holsteln. whose elec
tartmg for the Big Island at eleven
o'clock at night, and at an hour fol
lowing the close "of carnival Jtestl vi-
g .. . ' : - .
Thomas Will Touch and Go."
There will be no time lost m tlie
dispatch of the United States- army
transport Thomas at the port of He
nolulu. 1 The troopship from Manila
m SSf . J!1 f 1 to .arrive at .Ui port on or about six
McMiiiar. M. E. Church and wife, E. . . tftmorrow venlne. and wiU be
P. Marshan and -wife. Miss xoiton, , AtoMt 2o ranM .f t,
Miss Folsm, D. H. Glade. H. Glade, j FWdiy ----- - -
thn nmav , irn in. r"' " ; i : I . -.. . . i .
ports Saturday evening, the vessel de-; ITZIT " JZT . nd Republics vote, opened up the tnat .tne r ruiea , o Proceaur
- : wflv frr th rnnirf-fire lff1slativp ar-IBt xue last jeKiBiaiute uc iui.w5u
at that time Rapid Transit nen were r organization. This
uuu, i eusyniucv m I , . T
Mrs. Blomeyer, Miss M. Gat)blnker,
Miss I Gabbinker, C. O. Stedman,
Miss Ackerson, Miss U Crawford,4 Mr.
Kemp snd wife. C. TJo'.t, J. M. Camara,
'.-TV E.: Vaughan; J. Bryant, Mr. 'Glass,
Goo Wan Hoy, Rev. K. Shimiya, John
Herrins. John Hardley. Miss Spalding.
Miss Fox, Mrs. F. E. Fisher, Mrs. Ah
Hip,- Mrs. C. 4 Cash. Mrs.-U Schmidt,
Miss W. Weight, M. J. - Adams, Mrs.
. A.' W. Richardson, Miss Kehoe, 1 D. E.
OsarIo, J. Osario. J. -C. Potter. Geo.
Mimdon. John Kaai, Miss J. Maybe,
John T. "Baker, F. Brughelli, T. Kekoa,
It was first
believed that the ar-
J ; P1RSEGKRS PETARTEP - 1
Ter ' M. N.v S. S. -Lurline, for San
Francisco. Feb.-1?!. Mrs, F. B. Scott,
John II. Wilson,- B. H." Leach, C, W,
Carter. Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark, O.
Traphagen, C H Phelps. Mr. Scott,
R.-O. f5cf fer, L. D. Clausen, T. W.
Randolph, Mrs. A.-P. Taylor, Miss
Rose Davison,- Mr. and .Mrs. T. S.
Scott. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, English.iliss
Kl. Guiltaker, Miss L. Guiitaker, A.
Tullett, Mrs. Moran. Miss I Croft,
J. G. Schaefer, J. G. Irwine, W. Nut-
rangements might be perfected where
by the the passengers might be given
an opportunity of witnessing the pro
gram of events. In connection with
the floral parade and the carnival.
But no such luck for the rank and file
of Uncle Sam's militant family.
The Thomas is far .behind the reg
ular schedule owing to the v.essel hav
ing lost her port propeller while near
ing the Philippine islands. . . -4 V
'The Thomas will berth at Alakea
wharf, where a small amount oT freight
and personal effects belonging to of
ficers will be placed aboard. ' .V
;- sa- : '-;mv
The Matron Navigation liner Lur
line was held for three-quarters of an
hour after the advertised hour of de
parture last evening pending : the ar
rival of the Inter-lcland steamer Kila
uea. Two parsengers and a quantity
of mail were transhipped from the is
land boat to the Matson steamer.
removing Miss Chapman from nnder, x , was adented unanimously
the automobile. . m."c,u'f. rZH RhVon nid in nomination H. L.
Alexander. moYnraian nt.tho Rr.M apprupnauon on. uy ni wcuwiae , n ! , ro,
. 'VrtrrriaTi WatVlna
, 4'v. WofVJi- , n,x.nr n , aa i HO SKIfl. J . M. rWUWJ ML W
Transit oar. gave important tesUmony, , T i , V i resentine the Democratic minority.
nominated Dr.- Archer Irwin of East
On Motion of Geo. P. Cooke, nomt
tiaUnns wer declared closed. . Nor-
SB to the 'DOSltion of-tb tret par,asiae J.uuu irom loe icmioriai iuaua
add Its relation to the' auto, arthol-' for expenses of the present legis
ometv declared - that as ft nurse and lature.n i- r
massetn-Vhehad Just left tte home of 1 '-won ine suspension wnuweoma
a patient on vineyard-street; and was . ue, uJp,ww DBKC,' VT. , Iman Watkfns moved to facilitate mat
proceding to-'Paclnc HeighU'whero;tlve D. M. Kuplhea lumped
hHad another -call for professional 'presentedanother n Mll There tera strenuous opposl-
servlces. In rounding the corner into wa some 6ppositlon J this but the j E Kupihea, Democrat from
Nuuahu street, ihe feaw the-approach- Speaker was reminded thar the rales , Q h an d -atklns withdrew it, the
tog street car. -and . about the same re still in aoeyance and -that there , V banot being resorted to.
tlme the woman ; attempting tof cross vas lio regular order of business . ln The. result Holsteln 17, Dr. Ir
the street, states that lie slowed force.' Then. for. the next hoar and a i . . Thls wgg a 8traight party
down, -applied his brakes.- and waa half the solons literally scrambled for. TQte apparentiy, and had Tavares
going a less than ten miles an hour 'chance-16 grt their pet measures on en' presnt v Holsteln's majority
when within twenty-live feet of i the the fttes. 'r.-.---. -m:-. .-- j robab wouldhave been 18, the full
woman.:; in his opinion the women j The Bills ' Panned In. 1 nepublican strength. . ' "
didv not hear his 'constant honking of Among the more Important of these . ,Dr Irwin and J. H. Coney were ap
his horn.' b-v. y - -'y v --were the following:" ' pointed as a committee to escort Hol
V Pr. Hedemann advanced the import-( A workmen's compensation act, by lStejn to the chair. . On taking his
ant fact that a second machine was 3smes! K. Lota. of the Fifth district, j piace on the dais, the permanent
proceeding down Nuuann avenue at j " A Joint -resolution, by Rufus p- BDeaker said: '
lhe time of . the accident,' 'and he was Spaulding, of the Sixth district, to pro-.. Ag your speaker I shall endeavor
unuer xue impression xaax- Mrs.. c.nap
mail toay . have kept watch over the
mcventetts of --this 'machine rather
ttan"the auto driven by Bartholo-
vide for equal 'suffrage ' J to preside with fairness to" all.' I urge
An act, by P.,r3. ootxxness, to pro-, tnat you be prompt in attendance and
vide for a public utilities commission. ? encrgetlc in your duties. In this house
? lAn cV by Noraian Lyman, to pro-Uin f the maloritr of the neoole
mew, who t declares 1 that Respite -all ride tor the nomination of candidates j snai be heard and I shall endeavor to
ni0A V. f Va malA will, hia hnm a1Am4-Ia nff iAnA Wv Aironf VntM g . ji... 1 MU.MM
QO my IU1I QUIT Bliauus juui
sponsitility in the great work we nave
h.f.-rp ns. - - "v: . ' i.-
the noise that he made with his horn,?for -elective offices oy direct vote a
the woman continued to rook the oth- j direct primary "bill,
er way. V r ' ' : V J A labor wage bill, by D. M. Kupihea.
- - ' - 1 A banana claims act, by Clarence
F. H. Segelken and G. Segelken. ' Cooke. V H
both of Bremen, 'Germany, have sold
to Wterhouse investment Company,
Ltd., a piece of land on Nuuanu
street, - containing about 2663 . square
As already stated, the organizat;m
A resolution by Wm. J. Sheldon of
the Fifth district, that the rnles of the
house cf the last session be adopted
of the nouse and the election of H. L. to govern procedure and that they be
Holstcin to his fourh consecutive term property printed was - read by the
as speaker of that body, passed with- clerk. It was adopted against the pro-
Th breaklna down of an oil oumn-" I feet,"-- for -if 5000. .'.The f deed.- was ,exe- but unusual incident Pre-legislature test of H.Lv KawewehL
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By motion the speaker was Instruct-' messenger; Levi Mahial, Janitor, anj
ed to cast unanimous ballot for Ed
ward Woodward for speaker.
A resolution by Tlorman Watkins I
Rev. A. Akana, chaplain. RecsES was
taken for fifteen ' minutes. :. -'lfie-
senate cjmmittee- then tp-
favoring the appointment of the oth- peared and notified the speaker tnat
er Louse ofiicers selected by the Re
publican caucus, and Including the
Rev; Akaiko -Alcana as homwohaplain
MfM t adopted without' a idis8enting
ToJciB' 'geard,- arter R.- R. Parson's mo
tion to table :lt was lost. The house
omcial3 were then sworn f In by the
speaker.'t -;li,J'-.;''1-' -i.-' 'k- -'' '
-Norman Walking resolution to ap
point 'a "committee to notify the sen
ate add the governor that the house
waa Organized and "ready fcr business
waB passed and the speaker named
Witkina; .da SHva and Poepoe to per-i
form-'thls.' ' - ' --?
mi: The permanent olUcers of the hoiiae,
bh selected ;are: P.olert Parker Wal-prtwa2ttit-crrr.3;
James 1L. Ila-
tne upper house was organized and
I eady ior business.; A lurtner recess
was taken, awaiting the report of the
committee sent to the senate and the
governor. ; - .
That uody reported at 11:13. The
speaker announced a. number of com
munications, Lot their reading was
pestpened on the appearance of tno
governor's secretary, Geo. Clark, with
ino, chief executive's message.
On moticn the clerk tien read the
first and linal iaragrapha of that doc
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