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l'or equipment of a fire company
in Lnhititin, 3,000 (Pali).
I?or the appointment and duties
of prison inspectors (Ilnyselden).
For payment of Dr. Schwallie of
Nanlehu for nutopsy services, $20
Smith's hill relating to negoti
able instruments, passed third read
ing without opposition.
The House refused to concur in
the Senate amendments to the
County Hill, and the Speaker ap
pointed the following conference
committee: Fernandezs, Holstein,
Haia, Harris, Waterhousc, Rice
and Aylct. Waterhouse was
later excused at his own request,
and Kaleioptt appointed.
Rice's bill to amend the Revised
Laws respecting juries and trials
ty jury, passed third reading with
Governor Carter's message re
specting appropriations, with its
accompanying act, was received and
THURSDAY, Al'RII. 6.
When the conference report on
the County Hill came up, there was
objection made from several quart
ers. Kaniho said the committee
had increased one of the amounts
in the bill, and Smith also objected
to Hawaii being made into only
one county, and refused bis support
to the bill on that ground. He de
clared that nine-tenths of the people
cf Hawaii were in favcr of two
counties and he solemnly nccused
the House of bad faith in not eiv-
iug Hawaii what she wanted. Pu
laa and Lewis were the others who
opposed the bill.
On a vote being taken, the report
was adopted by 25 to 4, Andrade
ocing aoscnt. Alter tlie vote was
announced, he made his appearance
and wanted to record his vote, but
Speaker Knudsen ruled such pro
cedure as illegal. Those who voted
against the bill were Kaniho, Lewis,
Pulaa and Smith.
The Committee on Public Lauds
and Internal Improvements report
ed on the following matters:
For new road to school house at
Houaunau, S. Kona $200. (Pulaa.)
For five hours to constitute a
day's work on Saturdays for go
vernment laborers. (Uroad.) Re
commended. To convert Cocoanut Island, Hi
lo, into a public recreation ground.
(Lewis.) Recommended that 2.4
acres be set aside on Cocoanut Is
land. For the care of Mooheau Park
$4,000. (Kaniho.) Recommended
tabled, provision for the park hav
ing been made.
For road roller, Puna, $5,000.
For Ponahawai street, Ililo, $1,
000. (Lewis.) Recommended.
Petition for reduction of 75 per
cent on Olaa holdings; (Smith.)
Lane's Senate Bill for the licens
ing of pawnshops passed third
Harris' House Hill to facilitate
the collection of open accounts pass
ed third reading.
J'KIDAY, A Hi II. 7.
Holstein introdced a resolution
providing that no new bills should be
introduced after April 10. except
appropriation uins. The purpose
was received. The Decem
ber term at Kailua is to be
changed to November nt Waiohinu,
Kau, wheie the Governor said
thcie were no accomodations for
prisoners or witnesses. He believed
the bill involved too great an ex
penditure of public funds. Action
on the veto was deferred till Mon
day. The Kducation Committee re
ported favorably on the tx:tition to
appropriate 2500 for n 2-room
school house on the Knumana road.
There was a divided opinion in
the report of the Finance Committee
on Sheldon's bill to author ize the
conclusion of n contract with the
Inter-Island Telegraph Company.
Harris, Nnkuiiia nnd Fernandez re
commended the passage of the bill
granting the wireless subsidy. Rice
nnd Kaleiopu did not concur.
Holstein introduced a bill exempt
ing from taxation for five years all
propel ty real and personal used in
the production cf rice. The bill
was read n first time by title.
Holstein introduced a bill amend
ing the act relating to driving or
riding over bridges faster that a
walk. It imposes a neunltv of Sc
for infraction of the law provided
that such penalty shall not be im
posed when no signs have been
placed on such bridges.
Senate Bill 23 (Brown), to pro
vide for the establishment of a
High School at Hilo, passed third
MONDAY, Al'RII. 10.
Voters at Naalehu, Kau, peti
tioned for the building of a school
at that place.
Other petitions were:
For the protection of small fish
and fish beds. (Smith.)
For the division ol appropriations
for the district of North Kona.
From voters of Hamakua asking
for repeal of the wide tire act.
(Fernandez.) To be transmitted to
the Governor, the bill now being in
The following bills passed third
Bill for reservation of a portion
of Cocoanut Island ns a,public re
creation ground. (Lewis.) Passed.
To amend Section 734, Chapter
53, R. L., relating to construction
of side-walks. (Harris.) Recom
mitted to Public Land Committee.
lo amend Section 2693 of the
Revised Laws increasing rate of in
terest on overdue accounts from six
to nine per cent. (Waterhouse.)
To regulate the conduct of the
trial of civil causes. (Long.)
To provide that five hours shall
constitute a full day's work for
eight hours pay on Saturdays for
all mechanics, clerks, laborers and
other employees on any public
works whether by contracts or
otherwise. (Broad.) Passed.
To provide for the protection of
forest land from fire. (Water
House Bill 96, relating to attach
ments, was read for the third time.
A bill introduced by Lewis to de
clare land at Piihonua, Hilo, a pub
lic recreation ground was .read a
first time by title.
Kaleiopu's House Bill , au
thorising and providing for the
sale of licenses to sell ooitim nr
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Oi'i'icu 01' Statu Analyst
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HltKKKLltY, July 18, iijo.1.
Dr. N. K. Fostkr,
Secretary State Board of Health.
I have examined sample niatked "A. B. C. Beer," Si.
Louis, received April, 1904, nnd repott ns follows:
This analysis was made at the request of the "Hn.liKKT
MitRCANTii.it Co.," the sample having been bought bv me in
open market. The beer was in a good state of ptoservntion
and was clear and sparkling. The chemical nnalysis showed
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of this, Holstein explained, was to j preparation thereof, and defining
save time and make an extra scs
sion unnecessary. Fernandez want
ed action indefinitely postponed,
and when his motion was voted
down, moved to adjourn. The
resolution went over until Monday,
The Committee on Public Lands
and improvements reported adver
sely on the resolution of Greenwell,
appropriating ?5,ooo for wa
ter conservation at Knilu.-i mul
Nanoonoo sections of the Kmms.
Jl'he committee recommended it be
considered with appropriation bill.
1 ne iieaitn committee reported
against an appropriation for a
hospital at Kohala, introduced
The Committee 011 Fducntion re
potted favorably on Senator Brown's
bill for the establishment of a High
School in Ililo.
SATURDAY, Al'RII, 8.
The Governor's veto of House
and prohibiting opium smokers'
dens, passed third reading with
Nineteen competitors took part in
a race in Paris for men with wooden
legs. The winner did a mile nnd a
half in twelve minutes.
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