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HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, MAY 11, 1896.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
TIIKSJNATi: UICKtVIS THK MUDOR
PlNticrlpnlllll ICIIIcil In (he Senntonml
Kaploluiu Park Under l)riit-
sloii lloiifie Iroecoilnc,
Six-n--TiiiHD Day, May .llth.
A comnmuicatioit was received
from tlio IIouso onclosing Joint
Kosolutton No. 5, rolating to tho
President Wilder presented tho
roport of tho Liquor Commission,
and tho same was ordered printed,
Sonntor Lyman from tho Pub
lic Lands Committee presented a
favornblo roport on tho bill ro
lating to tho permanent settle
ment of Kapiolnui park.
Tho fcamo Senator reported on
the petition of It. H. Hindfnnd
E. P. Low for roliof from takes
on lnud nt Ivukniau. Tito
committco find tlmf tt,n
statements of petitioners nro
correct, but as thoy purchased
tho laud nt nilhlic. nnntinn Mimr
must nbido tho consequences of
I'llO Samo Sonninr mirn unfion
of a bill to provide for tho exten
sion or. certain Btreots in Ililo.
Tho bill is being prepared by tho
Committoo on Public Lands.
The bill to provido ftir an, elec
tion in ono precinct only in cases
whoro thoro is only ono candidnto
for any ollico came up on tho third
reading, but aftor discussion nB to
us consuiuuonnuty was roforrcd
tothoAttornOV Gonornl fnr fi,rH,rv.
Tho Joint resolution on the
Great Seal was referred back to
tho Joint Committee on Great
Senate Bill No. .11. rnWin ir.
fisheries, was taken up on third
benatorMcCaiullpsR mnvnil flmt
tho bill bo inrfofinitnlv nnafnnnml
Ho tllOUL'llt tho Suimtn tnirrlif hn
in bettor bushier than protecting
tho rich ngainbt tho poor, especial
ly as tho rich had not asked for
Senator Hico said tho bill was
to protoct all fishorios from being
denuded by Chinese nml Japanese,
who wore capturing everything
in sight and would ovontunlly de
stroy the fishorios.
Senator Baldwin had doubts
about tho benefits to bo dorived
from tho law. Ho thought thoro
wero too many laws on fisheries
alroady and did not soo the uocos
sity of any now ones. Ho would,
howoyor, favor n gonernl law pro
hibiting tho tnking of tho young
of all kinds of fish.
Tho motion to indefinitely post
pone carried, eight mombors
voting in tho affirmative.
bonato Bill No. 42, to impose u
tax on sugar dividondB, wns rend
by title and roforred to tho Judi
Sonato Bill No. 85, providing
for tho pormanont settlement of
Kapiolani pnrk, was taken up and
road by sections. A discussion
aroso on tho soction -giving tho
Park Commissioners tho right to
chorgo an admission feo to pub
lic Bhows and entertainments
which resulted in tho postpono
niont of tho bill nntil nil tho mom
bers of tho Sonato wore presont.
Ministor Dnmon strongly ndvo
catod that everything about tho
park should bo free to ovoryoue.
Sixtv-Fhth Day, May 11.
HOUSE Or nnrilESENTATIVES.
Piftoon Representatives listened
to tho reading of the minutes in
tho Houso this morning. Tho
day's business opened with a com
munication from tho Sonato con
taining a certified copy of roport
of tho Ministor of Finance nud
tho Committee, on Finance which
had boon adopted. Tho roport re
fers to tho cholora epidemic of
Itcp. Richards reported Houso
Bills 2034, 35, 37, 38 and 41, as
haviug boon typewritten.
Tho bill amonding Article G3 of
the Constitution passed its second
rending and wns ordcrrd (vpe
wtitlen. House bill 34, defining ami fix
ing penalties for burglary and
housebreaking and repealing
Chapter 14 of tho Penal Code, was
road for tho third time and pass
ed. Tho bill imposes as n penalty
for burglary in tho first decree
irnpispumont for lifo or not less
than '$enty years. For tho samo
offense iij tho second dpgreo im
prisonment for not moFo than
Houso Bill 25, making tho
crime of gross cheat pumshablo
bv fillO unci not mnrn Minn turn
years imprisonment at hard labor,
ana ropeanng sections u, '( and a,
Ghnptor 21, Ponnl Code;
HoilRfl Bill 37. nmntiflinr Mm
Ponal Code Laws rolating to as-
sauti aim naitory;
House Bill No. 38, placing a
two years' impriboninout penalty
for tho crime of ninlioinnn in l'nrv.
t HbUBO Bill No. 41. nml; i no tlin
uj.tuiu ul unnuiui Willi 11 uentliy
weapon punishablo in tho samo '
degree, passed third reading by I
W1 rtf nnnnnU ...Jll. .1 11. 1
The above bills wore introduced
by Bop. Robertson, and simplify
the present law in n largo degree,
making it much easier for a dis
striet magistrate to understand
tho law in ensos cominrr nmlnr
tho category of th,o crimes men-
IIoilSO Bill 2D. rftlntinir in tlin
prestnco of childrou upon tho
pnuiio streets at nigut, also pass,
ed third reading.
Under susnensinn nf tlin mlnn
Minister Smith introduced n bill
to regulate tho practico of
medicine. It was read for tho
first timo. The present law al
lows physicians to practico
on tho islands upon submission
of thoir diplomas, certificates, etc.,
to tho Board of Health and tho
granting of a license by said
Board. Tho now hill rmnninls nn
examining committee of licensed
physicians, three in number, who
nro to Gxnminn nil nimlifniifq fnr
license to prnctico medicine and
roport on their qualifications.
Tho "Act to Mititmto" bills woro
next takon up. Bill No. 19,
repoalB the old Act. Bill No. 21,
tho now net, about which bo
much has been written and said,
was killed in about soveu seconds,
the roport of tho minority,
as roported in tho Bulletin Sat
urday, boiug adopted; ayes 10,
noes 3. This winds up tho bill
Ministor Damon's roport, do
tailing tho expenses entailed by
tho cholora opidomic, was read.Tho
total oxpondituro was $G0,000, cov
ered by threo Bpooial appropria
tions made by tho Council of
Stato on September 4th, 17th nnd
October 12th last. Tho roport
was referred to tho Finnnco Com
mittee. House ndjournod at 11:30.
tiii: TENXIS TOUIlNA?Ii:.r.
DccMluc IHiitcllc III SlUBleH to lie
Plnyed Tlilt Afternooii.
At tho Pacific tenuis courts
this aftornoon tho concluding
matches in tho Binglo series of
tho tournament will bo playod off
At 3 p. m. Ladies final botweon
May Hart nnd GrueoKing. Usual
best 3 out of 5 sots for champion
ship. At 4 p. m Men's final botweon
Dr.Smith of tho U.S.S.Adams and
W.F.Dillingham of tho Pacific
Tenuis Club. Usual best 3 out
of 5 sots for championship.
At tho Borotauia courts two of
tho preliminary sots in doubles
will very likely bo playod off, if
tho games can bo arranged.
In olden times barloy was used
as a most perfoct strength giver.
Tho very best barloy made into
the vory best malt is used by tho
Soattlo Browing Co. in thoir
famous Seattle boor, on tap at tho
THE LIQUOR COMMISSION.
rnrsENTi:! ro inn ii:.NA'ii:.
An r.labnmli Uleuit(in ol tlio Liquor
Qtieafloii Poatponenicut for rno
Vcr Advocated, ric.
In tho Senate this morning
tho Special Commission
on tho Liquor TraOic presented
an olaborato roport to tho Sonato,
which was ordered printed. Tho
majority roport contains somo
sixty odd pages of closely written
matter, together with a quantity
of statistics and othor information
gathered by the Commission dur
ing its BOBsion. Tho majority ro
port is signed by five mombors of
tho Commissioned is accompani
ed by two Acts drafted by thorn
nnd a Joint Resolution. Tim Inf.
tor authorizes tho appointment of
a Commission of threo persons to
continuo tlio work for tho next
two years and roport to tho noxt
Legislature. Of tho two Acts ac
companying the roport ono pro
vides for nn additional duty on
said or all wines not mado from
tho grnpo; tho othor amends tho
existing liquor laws in accordance
with the recommendations of tho
Commission printed below:
Your Commission fool thnt on
many accounts rrdical changes at
tho presont timo aro inoxpediout
and that tho adoption of either
the Gothonborg or Dispensary
system complete, as developed
and working in tho countrios of
thoir origin, would not suit con
ditions in Hawaii. If it woro pos
sible to introduce either plau, it
must bo with modifications suited
to our mixed population. Such
modifications can bo mado only
after a careful study and consul
tation, and sufficient timo has not
olapsed sinco it was possiblo to
got digests of tho systems before
tlio Commission for such work.
No such plan has been prepared
and your Commission is not
therefore ready to recommoud any
definite, entire and absolute
chango from thnt now in vogue.
Thoro nro certain minor chnngos
which, however, appear both
foasiblo and hi lino with restric
tion of tho ovil to bo remedied.
Saloons should bo de
creased in number, not bo
opened oarlior than (5:30 a
ra. and closo not later than 8 n.
in., not bo opened at nil on Sun-
aays, Holidays or any general or
othor election dnv. nnd nlwavn
close on order of tho Marshal
when occasion requires. Thoy
should communicate with a public
Btroot directly and any soorot or
unusual avenuo of approach
should bo visited with severe pen
alties. Suri'uib abutting them
from tho view of tho street Bhould
bo abolished and all games and
music Bhould bo prohibited.
Tho law providing for a "Deal
er's Liconso" should bo so chang
ed as to permit of sales for medi
cinal purposes, upon tho pro
scription of u liconsed physician.
At tho snmo timo tho laws re
garding illicit soiling should bo
made moro stringent. As nn in
ducomout for informing, a largo
proportion of tho fino might bo
paid over to lnfoimois. Proof of
illicit dealing should bo miulo
easier and thoroforo moro of tho
burden of proof might bo placed
on tho dofondnut.
As tho naturo of Hnki and simi
lar produots of grains nppoars to
bo moro injurious thau liquors
mado from thn nrnnn. Mim'r itnnnr.
-- . - v w-. - m vw .ruft
tnliou might be piohibitcd for that
reusou or vory noavy amies bo
imposed to tlio roliof. of winos
mado from grapos. Tho question
of such liquor containing doletor
ious incrrodionts Booms tn hn nn
open ono. It is not improbable that
uioir cnoipnoss, permitting an
inordiuato use, is tho cnuso of
troublo, not inherent bndnoBS, and
Continued on Stli Page.
JL a- MLiuiiUNWtototodi
I ARRIVAL OF THE CORONET
OV THE WAV III JiPA Willi A
I'AltrY OF SCIIlNTI.Sr.S.
Her Mllllniiiilr Owner unit III ttiitftln
U III llcnmln lit tlila Port About
Ten II a .
Tho Amoricau yacht Coronet,
Captain Arthur Curtiss James,
Hying the pennant of tho Now
York Yacht Club, anchored in
port last night at 10:30, fifteen
dnvfl from Hnn li'rnnm'ann I. .,..,..
on board tho following party of
scieufists and friends who nro on
their way to Japan to view the
total eclipso of tho sun which oc
curs noxt August:
Professor ond Mrs. David P
Todd of Amherst Collogo; John
Pomberton, Chiof Engineer of the
United Slates Navy; Willnrd P.."
Gorrish of Harvard University
Obsorvatory; Arthur W. Francis,
iu. A. lliompsou and Dr. Vftndor
pool Adrianco. Captain James is-
accompanied byhis wife, and the
vessel carries uvcpow of fifteen
officers aud mon .
Captain Jamos joined the yacht
at San Fraucisco, sho having boon
brought round the Horn by Cap
tain C. S. Crosloy, in 118 dnyB.
Tho Coronot is 152 tonH rogistor,
131 foot over all and, 123 foot on
tho water lino. Sho is 27 feet
broad and 12 foot G inches doop.
Hor main boom is 75 foot long
nnd hor mail gaff 45 foet. Hor
foroboom is 37 foot and foregaff
35 feet and hor jibboom 20 feet.
Sho carries besides hor main
sails a jib, flying jib, jib-topsail
and fore-topsail. Sho was built
in 1885 and is now as stanch
as tllO dav sho WAR Innnclinrl
Thoro is nothing alow or aloft
that is not in perfect proportion,
and tho Coronot can bo put down
ns one of the prettiest yachts that
has boon soon in port for n long
Tho Coronot hns six lnxm ulntn.
rooniB all magnificoutly furnished,
a dining room and a smoking
room, so tho party of fifteen may
hovo no fear of being crowded.
At hor foro sho ilins tlin nnlnra nf
Arahorst CoIIopo n at,.r ,i
crescent on a groon ground. On
ner aiiormast bug llios tho colors
of tho New York Yacht Club. Af-
tor their obsorvntirmH nro mm.
pletod tho yacht will roturn to
oau r rancisco ana tlio party will
go homo overland.
Tho Coronot iB a fast boat. Tho
year after bIio was built sho raced
tho Vnallt DUllltlnaa 'frnm Mnn-
York to Southampton and boat hor
unny iiours, ainco mat timo sho
has mndcr four trips to Europe
and boon onco around tho world.
In lbbb faho wns in San Diego, and
on that occasion John D. Sprock
et paid hor a visit. Rufus Wood
was thou ownor of tho yacht, and
whon ho died Mr. Jamos purchas
Tho Coronot is hero lo take a
party of scientists to Japan to
make observations of tho oclipso
of tho sun which takos place in
August. Tho party is bonded by
Professor Todd of Amhorst Col
logo, nnd, including Mr. Jumes
and his wife, and two or threo
who will join hero, thoro aro fit
toon all told.
All tho sciontific instruments
and paraphernalia provided by
tho Collego for tho use of tho ex
pedition is on board tho yacht. It
is ox pec tod the Coronet will ro
main hero about ton days, during
which a visit to tho Mokuaweovvoo
volcano may bo arranged by Bomo
of tho scientists on board.
Tho Frouch Government has
bestowod upon tho Amoricau cat-tlo-paintor,
William H. Howo, tho
docoration of an officer of tlio
In tho British Museum is a.
book in Arabic by tho lato "Chi
nese" Gordon. It was priutcd at
Khartoum, and contains his views
regarding tho Soudan.