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iiiatB' Hi'. M ii ill Mr
Bpoclnl Term Supremo Court,
'At lOn'elock 11. in. mi Atiindftr InHtn aim oir.l Iitiii
nf tl, Hnprrniin Own vn .nlm for lh l..,,rl..
of CHH.H lii It ink. Aft.tr Mnrnlint I'.irkn Imil runil
ttin rt iniiittuul 1..I it . .
" m ni" iimminirH m inn nuprimiu
(Jmirt, Attoriwy fimmrnl AriiMlruiijf nililriMimt tlin
"Af(iirllritpiilii)tiitlin rcmlltiHs of tlin ctnnmln.
nloiiM ImuiiiI, tj ntiiiiiiniiil if Ills Majesty, to tho
Inikriiuil Kiitli;inn who nmv wcupy tlin llrncli, I
i"!'.1 '.'"iT'''1 l ""' '"?l lr..tlircii will limiitlly
pirtinnil of tlin (liiroriimont Ih now In n hiihI
sMIsfiicliiry condition. Tlin mnmtmra of tlm Ilnr.
tunny country, nm ospncl.illv iillm (.. tlm nvn
iv ol ii Htrmiif, oompna, nmf Imp mint Jiiillclury.
It linn Imwii Hid nxwrliiicn of thin n.ition to Imi,,
t m iaillninl iimolilnrry, from tlm curliest iliys, In
t in linmlH of coiiiH)tnt men. My own noollro
tion ran buck to tlm tlm wlir-n tlio Judlil il sys
tmn w.jh ilrnwliiR Itself oat of tlm llnwlluu or
koml-civil jitinii, nml slrlkini; Us lioinuU n tlm
Itwiy, iii.temt, n inimt iliOlcall Usk to pPnin stilo
by Hkln mid propnrly ilust tlin Interest, tlio riulit,
tlm clijiiiis of two ilirfuri-tit rncis. i-OTHrn.nl Ity
.iichcllirorfnt ouHtominml hwh. Hut tliinm mmi
mmwmlnl in ernntinu a most ImrnionlotiH relntlon.
May It pleiiw tlin Court, you nre thn successors of
thcMi mm, niul It hns ib.volv. .1 on you to- carry out
with strsmith nml Justin, tlmt system of jaTlIci
turn wliloli tli.iy limuKuniti.l, nud wlucli Hivur.il
of ym tisvs nlrnmly nsriistvd in oontiuiiliii:' I ro
pent, Hint tlin imtiou mill tlm Ilur nmy coiiiirntu.
Inta tlmniHolvm that you (eiitlameii, now formlnc
tliebupreiiiii Oourlof this KliiK,loin r ntiumhmly
slilr. to ncooinplisli thn Usk. und cm, In imrv
tadJJpViSK" '""""' "" UxlrRtiiy nml il
CUM Justice) Judd tbim nude the following
uIl,,!,"C!: .ltuRHfjlK - tlm Court to r.,.
outvu this kind Mpressiou of tlio ruling of tlmll ir
thrtiURh yon, Mr. Altininy.n.-rol.
rliiR to tlm fnUHtmt.iit of tlm i;rno riMioiisiliili.
!.?.il,,i.,l'l'.i,ul1 wo nro,"'lru',,'l.iiiliRrrnof fn.mil.
wrtty with Hit. iitwln of thn country mid Its cu--toinn
mid n ilnnirf to illMclmrL'n o-ir .lut with tldnl
lly niul eonnc entlouimwH. 1 Ik- future will bo
wtmllmr our dociHionH nlinll othlhit tlio wimloiu rtn.
i "' V,!. "J1"'" thimi Ui nt.Mid tlm tflut of crit'.
oliin. nm biiHiiiPBH of thlnOmrt hns Rr.ntly in
oreamd with tho qro7th of our coniinrrco mid tLd
promotion of our untorpriiiM. 'Ilm iiiiiKittimt
cuhhm liuurd lit thulnnt two terms of tlm Court nre
rnuiil In iiuinbnr to thos prrwmtril ilurinu nil m
lire blemii.il pcrio.1 flf u-eu yimrH nKo, nu.i with thn
UnTi-lmmient of tlm outer UiHtriclx tlin work of the
CirouitH linn become iry 1 ilmrioiiH. NV nnd iiu
JliiiK qumt out! uro eonnlAiitly coming to tlm Vur-
.... iur iiujuuioiuon. wiiimwu miw not i:
to diivelop, it in UiKvr commnnitit
ljciiiliU lnth l.iu,tho r.Mt nui.'ty jf S.wH
wlilcli our iiiiuroowm pnw.utii, dciuiiuls on tlm
lurtof tholtnr nml thn Court n fiimllliritv with
"very tirancb of bw. Not only in mi iicuaitfntnnce
mcortjnry with Mnritino luw. Txinity, tha Inw of
SlnrriUK. nud DiTortv, hut with Criminal tirontd
are, funtrncta mid Itml Entati,iiiul wn fomiratlint
knowledt;.) or corporation law nnd ollmr brmicbps,
n i wo nilvauoK, Is likely to bo put into rcquwition.
to tnu dulim wo now niUlruwi outWen with
A)n mi. !n U")Ir P" "icution wn exwot nnd bt-liiivo
wn Hlnll hiwo tlin synipilhy and AMiHtuioi of tlm
r. vbilior duty ever duTolvuH upon tho law
yer thin to niimt tlm Court with thn rert.ilts of bin
iiiveatijj.itiutiM, mid to preneiit thn 1 iw of Inn caso
exbiusthely mid uonoiHelj.
Ilnrmony ninoiiR the morabere of tlm liar nud
pleint relntlotiH wlUi tb.i llonch have uver heou
too tradition of this Court mid Uiho will cn
iionvor to prrf-TMi.
Tlm complex iintum of our ooiaiuunity nht-jus
tlitMiilrmitiiKo of haviiit; here an lawyern. oentle
lunn from nil mrta of -the American Union and
iroiu tirent Hritaiu. It w.i ncr Btronaertlmn at
I nm remind, d of its virylni: character by the
fact that of thone I now addrem, not one was a
jirnotltioner nhon I was admit tod to practice in
this Court im a junior in 1U. Wa thank you,
brelhren. for thn kind hope jou havu exprensed.
Wnnhall endeavor to dincharRO our duties with
mweptancn to youmehuf, tho couinunity nnd our
ow ti coiiHcioucerf.
Hawaiian Primacy In the Pacific
"The policy of thin Kingdom nhoald be to assist
in eTery way that in praotioihle, to prmerre, tho
independence of nit iboae communities of I'olyue
sian r.iccB, which hnru not already been driven by
circumstances to Keek tho protection of foreign
powers." I', C. Aihtrti$tv.
Hawaiian Plenipotentiary lindsat IloratonRa;
moeta Miuiater of Foreign Affairs.
llawiiiian I am inntniuted by my Government
to tender to yo.i the aid and comfort of the Haw
aiian Kingdom, in preserving yuur independence
and that of alt other Polynesian races.
Itoratougan 'thanks. 8o good of you. How do
you manage to keen tin tlrst position among the
native races of the Pacific T
H lly tuHuiniiig it.
It Have you a purely Hawaiian Kingdom ?
H Not entirely.
H Hawaiian as Cabinet Ministors f
H No I alt whitenieti.
11 Hawaiinns as Superior Judge ?
11 Not all wbiteuien.
It Hawaii ins as ohiefa of department 7
11 No I nearly all whitemen.
It Hawaiian a banker ?
U No! all whitemen.
H Hawaiian as sugar planter X
11 No I all whitemen.
It Hawaiian! as merchant 7
11 No I all whitemen or Chineae.
It Hawaiian na rice oultivatora 7
H-Nol all Chineae.
It Hawaiian a taro cultivator 7
11 Chineae rapidly Retting that.
It-What do the Hawaiian do 7
H Drive eiprea wagons.
It Have vou an array 7
11 Hava you a navy 7
It How will you aaaiat ua In preserving oar in
U-Hauged if I know.
It Are you rapidly iucreaalng 7
H No I hut enoft ma to present Tour Kioel
lenoy with Iba great restorative fuedielue of the
nation, "HanlUry tustructlot for Hawaiian."
(11. Ukea It). It I written by oca W. II. Uiuaon.
ll-(Kd). "It U (the llawalUu poliUoal es
taw) In auch a taU of decay, that it i especially
urgent upon you Hawaiian people, to take stock
to the Saturday Press, November 26, 1881,
of your own nice." (Hi ails again p. XI). "'there
niu only loriy.four thousand, or nlioi(t the snvi'iilh
lm" V' ."'" 1H,I'"
SftVuU ol ,'
(li.xmxu.l of .01 ,.,
roiMiinbiou innv rouni.iiiiu.il inn nrii
inllawailrn Kingdom. On surli a
nntlvn iNipulatlon ns fotty.foiir
HUUH nml RnTPri. till. Iliiwiitl lit ni.n.
pin would mverlmvii ricnived treoRiilllon ns an
imli tx intent Kiiigiloiii from Foreign Powers."
Why tho Iilii7im am you olTeriug to prnnnrve our
liiilrH'iideiii'e, when you can hardly hold voar
own, If thin hook Is trim 7
H Oh, grovelling nlntcHiiiaii of a ih niornliril
trlbn! Dotard of tlm Houth I Wlflcl 'thynoiills
narrow! Thy lieirt Is cold 1 A toa-unp will hold
thy ambition I What have facts to do with tlio
primaov of the Pnclfln 7
(Hnmls a eopy of Jules Vcrnn's Trnvels to Hora
toiiRan). 'llilsis our Internntlotial law. This Is
tlm text book of our NtnUMincn.
It Oh, statesman of Hawaii, a learned aalbr
told inn yenterday of u wonderful knight who
ntridod through Ilm world doing wonderful thluit.
Hill name in Don (jtiliote. Am yon thn illustrious
man 7 (Jo I Takn Tahiti from tlin tWirli. K-imna
from Ibo Oeriuaim and Fiji from thn Kuglish.
'I hat will bn n "practical" way of presnrving tho
Hawaiian Plenipotentiary com olf at once to
do it. faeces not yet reported.
The Native Press.
'Ilm A"Miltj any! " If ' A Hawaiian Jealous of
Mfe,' who hcoIiIi no inucli in the Kltleut this week,
can (tisprovn tlm truth of what wn said risieetiiig
thn preservation of the pnblio health, on last
Saturday, let him do so. lint reviling nml thiow
iug dirt as he does in the columns of the KUlt is
unties. We did not oondeimi the expenditure of
government money for the public lualtli; il is a
propi rthing to do. Hut If such expenditure is not
nccoiupmied by tlm exertions of the (loopta tbuiu
solves on tin Ir own behalf, surh ono-rideil flects
will not Hccompllali anythiiiR. Thu nation will
not Iw saved by tlin use of millions of dollnrs, if
Indlrido.ilH will not work for their own perionnl
prisorv.ition, but continue to turn n de.if ear to
ttiu instructions with whicli foreigners of ex
perience are endeavoring to beuotH ns. Wn eir
nostly liopn that tlm people wilt team and know
that the ijueetion of their preservation or dentruo
tion is in their own hands, and not in government
measures and the expenditure of money."
The following is tho leading article in the Vat
Aiua i "'the A'notwj of last week again makes tho
assertion that this journal is stirring up division
and bad feeling between tho foreigners and the
natives. Wo fearlessly declaro before the nation,
that what wo have said has been fairly justified
by fncta that ought to bo apparent to tho editor of
th A'uuAym, and cause him to reiwnt in his iniu.r
coiihi-inusnesK. we nelievo tust no foreigner of
goodsenHn mid intelligencn will find fanlt with
our remarks of last week, which wero to the effect
that a foreign jury had acquitted n foreigner who
was plainly guilty nf tho olfuiico of assisting the
police while in the net of arresting another for
eigner who had committed an offence in this city.
Kvideuce nufUcient to establish the guilt of that
foreigner was produced before the court, from the
policeman who was injured and whne innocent
nlood was spilled, nnd from outsiders, but notwith
standing this, the foreigner was in-quitted mid dis
charged b nino jurors. For what reason, is
known to nobody except thn A'uoUw. In the
opinion of many persons, howeor, the offender
wn acquitted sliuplj for the reason that ho hud .1
" The A'Mcito i bus not puhli-thed this case, for
what reason tloe not appear. Hut oun of the
nine jurors who aoquitcd is a friend of the editor
of tho KuvLoa, and thciefore, perhaps that jour
nal favors him by not publishing the facts. Shall
we spprove of this course of the KuoHitai
Certainly not I
" Here is another circumstance. A feu mouths
since, several thousand dollars wero miMtiiiR from
the pnft of a certain government department that
wnt. in charge of a foreigner, bat no measures
were taken to recover that large amount of gov.
virnment funds. Why 7 Was it because the party
was n foreigner 7 We re illy do not know.
"A certain tax-collector, who was a mthe, was
deficient in his accounts several hundred dollars
only, but the government promptly followed and
convicted him. And now he feels the evil couso
quences of bis acts; while the mail who defrauded
largely is neither questioned nor accused. This is
most unaccountable to every Hawaiian who ha
ejes to see.
"In tho other nutter, wu have never heard the
Kuakva urging tint the culprit bo liuuted for and
when found to puuibhed. It i dumb and
strives to hide things from its readers. Had n
imtno bten the guilty party, the h'uokxxi would
have loudly demanded that he be found and
brought to justioo ; but as it is a bird of the same
feather with itself, thn thing is suppressed. The
little gnmo of hide nnd go seek in the dark, which
the Kutihxt and its friends are uow playing i
" These facts, as well an otbera that have oour
red in the past, for which those persons men
tioned nre responsible, constitute tlio snarl now
gathering. They nfford grounds for a Hawaiian
to ask the question, are native llnwniiiu only to
be punished for offenses of this sort, and not for
signer as well 7"
Under the heading " Strike while the iron is
hot," the KUIt ha an editorial article, the gist of
which is, that it will bo wise to nt once oall an ex
tra aesaiou of the Legislature to consider the sub
ject of immigration ; the appointment of lloyal
Commissioner to conclude treaties with foreign
power in that regard ; and to devise measures to
stay the spread of leprosy. It says that " the pro
prletor of the RhU worked hard during a past
session of the Legislature to have $10,000 ap
propriated to obtain a learned phybtcian from
abroad who knew all about leprosy. And great
hopes were entertained that much good would
oome of the expenditure of this money ; but tilings
have changed since, and different views nru en
tertained by those at the helm of state parson
whose desires am for the getting of wealth nnd
who think but little of the life of the Hawaiian
and tho result ia a return to the old state of thing.
The $10,000 has bu expended un the young, in
experienced doctor of the country, who know
nothing about leprosy, and so hope has again died
"Therefor let Hawaii awake and stand up
for herself, Zealously seek for the men who are
really in earnest for the preservation of th peo
ple t men who are not mosey grabbers sad who
will not wsary In tho great work for th advance
ment of Hawaii and when these are found, place
them at th helm of oar little ship of stats, and
than shall w see th pall of diaoouragemant dis
appear, that now cover the land of our birth, and
bo turned into Hie bright beams of a Joyful liopo.
If wo get surh men, llipn will bo assured the
prayer that goes up from tho King on tlm 'I hroim
down to thn meaiurt fubjeel : Alay Hawaii be
saved through thn gulilnnoiof lovonudn Jealous
earn for tlin life of thn Hawaiian pooplol"
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nvK.Nry.Kouu mits is t. nox;
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Carriage ami (ar( Material '
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Carbarien. v .
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DISTRICT OF HONOLULU. Q4HU, 1881.
TAX PAYKIIS IN Tlllis IIIHTItlCr
are hereby nolllU.i that th undrkni"vl U I LI
CUMMENCt: THE COLLECTION OK TA l 1 the
current year, at hli oftlce. In the GoenicKdt Iloo.
ON bVPIIIIIA Y.Nov. 5Ui. iwi.al wlilch data the Ts
Hooka will be open fur Inspection. And In conformity
lth Hcctlon Mi of the Civil Code, all peron llsbla Ii
Taxttlor, are required to make payment of the umr
OH M ICrOftE THE 30TH OAT OF lOKsMW, a, . Mi
OKU, II. I.VCK.Tux Colltrtor. Honolulu.
Tax Olllce, Honolulu, Nov. 3d, 1881. UTS lor
Medical & Surgical lurte
(kaluale of Hlnjc'a Collega Ilo.pltal, Lornlon, KBuUld
Koyll Lylntu lloiplial, Kdlntauh, dcotlsuJ.
1'auoa Valley Uoail, neur Natutiu StrrtU
Addrt,carv Genera) Peat Oitttv.
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