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C. S. BARTOW,
S T E A M E II R I L A U E A
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a. t 'ic r.i; r o r .
Saturday. - - - - jfiiv 19th,
At III o'clock M.. ut KoLjrisoii. Wharf, j
M'l.7 '. the j
II t V UI.1N STKtMUK KILAL'KA : i
Tr.t K4. .!- h 14 t- rj J. il .wn o..l f,. r bottom thoroughly j
r ! a.r-d. ! I- r ll :.i 1.. in I ..r 1 r. lb-r Limine and M.t- ;
.lun-ry a,- ul- . i.. A 1 r l -r, an i t!.e v 1 .,., .!-.- rra !y j
f ir -a. m .-a .1 iv -. 'I he Ki: t".--a wi.l I,-.,! I as she now lies at .
W.iwn' wharf .r p .u.c .Urs p.v to
M,r. W ALKKK. A LLEN i Co. ,
s.n.i: vhsirti t:. -hums i.tr.t;uji.
t IO ' l-It. A. M., nl S:ili Koom, j
12 hk h:in Allen!";
It 14 !-.; .11 .:!, H i a (Jr' j."'ll w!,' :it, j
It.'-Ur .'-u i;.i-", K- j?-! l i l- r. Half iitui'jii, j
14 14 l.r.ui. ui rn.ir II 'ir. ;! Ii.-.iii ai t li.ti '.n. .
1)iiu-t' W-r"rii-" l' .ry - 1 t of I'.jlar uil, I
l.i.t itt Mt- i i't4. StiU'r ti.tt.t.Ml,
liirt4 ri'i'l ilrw r, 1'. .tt. Titi t:;ii,
H'K-t 1 .il-;, i.u :k tJ., .c, ivi;. j
Cnvko :oul Qu ilit) IlnslUh Druuulit Ale. I
MONDAY, MAY 21st.
tJW 11 aa f 1
At tfei Koi'J.nce of Mrs. IIuaMea, Jtich trl St.,
:t'oe I'alace Walk.
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. A., WILL KE SULIt
Tin: i i ii.MTUKi: or Tin: norsi: !
r.ir!- r, Iiniii an l Cli unlnfr Knnature. II er Cii th fofin,
iVr.fr T I'.-lr. II ir l.tri h;ii, V-iy Chir.
Mh'IiI-.- T' .-ul. i-a.-il, 1.1,-.mt M.irljl; Tp Wdatnots,
1 Vt-ry l.ir-- 9.:iiIhI War.lrolKr lu i lu of Koa K u Woixl,
1 yi iri.In l'oj -jr. xhl llrir.-.iil.
1 UrKr carv.:U K 14. 1-.1, Mirmn, Kitclu-ii Furititure,
ila-j an-l 'fcry Wan.-. Tk r-t,,vi-. It.it . Tul,
1 rvui yi i "l.inn, l.ir 1' n 1 .-!, li.n l.'u ll-j?, auJ a
Vaiifly if otlier Articles of Furniture.
1 Bnry, I'urria,;'; Iljre, SiJo ki1J13, UriiiU-d,
tc, .&., tc, tc.
On Friday, - - - - 3i;iy 25tl,
At Urlock, A. M. at Sal j 11 una t
A (J'ntral Asxortw nt
O i IVlerchaiidise,
Lot of Hard Itread. Ac.
Eicnl Itsste sit AbicIioii.
On Saturday, - - - June 2d,
At 12 O'C'locl.. M.. nl Sjtlt-M Uooiiii
Will 1. sm-M t!.;
Ahupuaa of Koalia,
Ji.ta.itol nr t!i? l-tin.I .f .N.I. nt ii(4et j.r:re of WX),
it tin Kttt of I'l.lKit il'Ni KVKo. Tlif alve latnl U
wll w:it-m.l. Fail tinular.4 will i- iri v.;i j.-.-vi,U4 to Sain,
fcui hy tt-.lica:ion I C IIAKTiMV :t Au tii.D K.x.ni.
Basket Tea, Basket Tea I
Bi vr iu'.cf.ivkh tku imuk d.c.mir- !
t It AY, ML ft It.iSKLT TLA.
ji 1, F..r sal l.y rllt.,i HiHlN t Co.
riuiK i'xti:iisi;x7:i. iiavixu iikkn
f'l.V.Vt.V, late of SI iWattan. 1 -lat.,1 if Maui, jhceaseJi hrehy j
nwuu-s an itrons unions lano-. ,
i.rr-et.t the .ir.r-. on or Ufore Hi- M Jay f Auju.1, A. I. I
l"rirt; an.l ih. 4 i;,.l. l.f .1 t. the I Fstate rc requested to
buikr iiuiueiliate j-nynieul to tZie uiia--rsiiie.l.
J W. AIS1IA,
Administrator of the estate, of llcury li-ien.
IKnolulu, May IO. r0,.
PEi: CLIPPEK BARK
ID. C. Murray!
N. T. Ucniiett. blaster, from San Franci5cu.
yr". IIAVi: ItKC'F.IX'F.I . CEXKUAL
V V A4-N.-tu.et,t ofi(MeS. i l our !iue. wl:ifh will In- Mil
low. it) ltI.Lr..- Co.
(I OLD EN ('.ATE AlILLS'' FLOUK.
J -5 KKIfS r.VTir.l A M FXTliA FAMILY,
UM in .i:irter an i li x'l s wk.
Kxtn F:-trii:y t'i .ur, m L ilf larp-l..
Tut expre4-!y f'-r our tra ie, a superior article for ale ty
5,) ffl l:iLLLd 4- Co.
downer's'k ekosen e.
f !: F.I VKII I'K.K l. r.Ml'KK.W.WAR-
jS. r.nt--.l th-- j'lire itn.l jretiuiiie nrticle. full measure, for
oIe at re.t'iceil l.tiw hy
5-0 oc ItOLLE- & Co.
1st :Kn:ivFi if.ii mikkav, wak-
JP rante.l tr :-!i an.l in rl mi- r.
r, n u Fors .l -t'y IMLLF if
" ROS EN D A L E C E M E N T.
com) sriM'i.v x haxu axi for
v. ll: & Co.
IFFF.IIF.XT miAxns. FOIl sale AT
P r tlu.-i 1 ltl.-ra l.y
.'.jo tit TOLLED & Co.
rjMJF. IIOXOLI'LI JSAltltF.L M i X I" FA C
M fnliV, in e. Tii;. t irorkms or.ler, with - Stave-cutters. -Tinning
I .ehin. Jjoint.-rs aril t'r.4-cut S. , anJ New
Fi 'in- of Ut h-Ts-r T ait,i L iler.
For irti.-ulars ; i !y to
5U it Kn. hoffschlafc.ei: Co.
GOODS FOR SHE
The AI VI years Clipper Hark
Capt. rn instil, 3.VJ Tons Register.
WA3 TO LEAVE LIVERPOOL APRIL 10th WITH
V FIM. WnCOMIMiKTi: CAUCO !
. r 1
Especially S h-ete 1 lor thi- Market, comprising
WON, HOOP niON Ac, Ac.
A TMAIN OF f, ST IIIOX CAPJIOX
si oai: PANS,
I STEAM ('LAKinFI.S. (McOtoe's make.)
r.o iiioN cm)u:i:s.
INI). COOPKiCo.'s BOTTLED ALE,
WIIITi: LEAD AND OIL,
ULACKS.M ITI I'S COAL.
i20 2ui JAMOV, CttEE.V JL Co.
H. W. SEVERANCE.
ikm m A.cno7
'l i.e L'ti.lir-.ijtie.l v. id . II at I'uMic Aii . t! :i " :.
Sa.u.dnv. ----- yi:i fj.
At U OVe . leou. at ?..!! Ro-.n., the i-ase of tin;
K A I O .llUl.OltOII ANA :
Situtt.d notkai of ti e Pri-oii. l-.i-e f-.r 5 y-ar-. at a:i u; set
I r.c- of ;." -r annum, mj- .bl- Hoi.u-il'y i-i o!ai.. .
I.'. XV. S . V K K A N I!, Aui;:i'iii r.
H1K ai tui'l'Ki; rakic
; ' T" "u. 3 5
,r-f-i W JaJ5 JTfe JL JLs? 3? I
. II KM I'STKA I. t'oiUIIIMtldrr.
jtal; Tnls j,AV fr the aWe
K-.r fr-rit.t cr ja-'s'? aj-j !y t
XX A LK Kit, ALLEN C,,.,
.t'jmti 'it S'in h'runr ixfit.
Messrs. Chaa. V. Brooks tL Co. ib 3t
1 Ti... A 1 Ciii iK-r i; .rk
- 1. Ill .1 1 .
n. t. UKNNKTT. C.n.mui: ! r.
.,SSt,i:rii'.1.v,f,,; in th"' a,,"v ,',"a,",
F'T fivi-.'l.t or :sir.'; flavins uj.-ror crounii'l.iti'-t,s for
WAI.UKll ALL1.N C.., ;.;. t.!s.
A'lHttv at Sin t'limrisco,
U-it U yi-:--r. ( HAS. XV. l'.ltoi.KS .v Cci.
rglll. FIXKST ASSORT.M HXT K Fiiti:
fl W uiCKs rvtr i 1 1 1 1 .r t 1 iutti Honolulu, ic-l.-ct .1 from the
l-st Fatt-rii in inuT t. torit s, c :nitin of
I4uxej f.f the ct-lt-lr.it il Short Stifle lloknis, uarrftntej to
asct. li 1 om- thirl lii r thnn a.iy o'.h r ki ml.
Koinmi i'ainl!t.-s. S, 10 mi i 15 1:i1N;
Lnioii L'm ll M, 1 il4. re I, white ami blue;
llOTk-i4, fa l'-y ol'ire.l liu'hu;
Miuno, (.1 tin an 1 cuWp 1, l.'.r0- in.liutn uu I sm il;
Wheels, VI inch, f.tnoy;
l;n.K' !ii4, larire nzc, i.l.tin ai..l colored;
S:rfiit. I ir.'e size; Floral Shells,
Torlil!i,.in, Ylrxvr l'.it, IU'k':t (Juris,
I'liion Uint'-riu, Can.lle.-;,
Ohalle Flas, Itoettes, Fancy Flyer.
AH of the above are of the t,t st make and u-il be opeue l
for Sale tiftt r the 1st of June.
Onl.-r from t!ie other Iili:i.l.4 rarefully attemle, to, luit
onl'TS shoui l l: ia tiin- to make .-ure of l.'r.ir recej tion helore
the 4ih of July.
F..r Sal.- I.y
l y V'. v.
TIZF. HOI ST, It KCKXTLV ()( ( T IIKI
JtJLJ ifcui.ie.l l-y J. II. V UJI, t- lt. in apply.
T Ml- . i f, i. (.. e. -i. i...
-v 4 ill
ChillCSe Matting", 4-4 Wide.
eiiivf rii VI VIHTf
tlllAM-.U A.M i IIIIL.
--t S I.K VKKV lAtW T CLONE t'll.V-
9 I . v- I I V !' J
At MKLCIIKKS & Co'4.
i:si Fit i i x k ti k ;
9 XF P W MIUUK.- ex l. C. .Mtirrav.
6J' 4: 7 For sale l.y WALKKU. ALI.KX & Co.
riIITI-: Flit It V Kit FL NHOOIIN FOIl
WALK Kit, ALLEN A: Co.
O. BREWER & CO.!
OFFER FOR SALE
IJALES 1! Lit LA PS.
IIl'ltLAf I!AC;S. for ColT e Fa-s.
Sugar and Molasses Containers.
.- A X I S Cull. riXESHDOKS. cl-aii an.l brih
14 CALL. J'l.X E SHOOKS. clean :,! I riht;
It CALL. ( H LsT.X L'T SlOOliS. clean i hiiglit;
St CALL. TI.SE SHOOKS,
::i CALL. CHLST.XCT SHOOKS.
VIS F. ItO X KN ia Sh.H.ks, to hol.l ahout -J.0 llm.
It IIt OAK. AO trail, shook, fir Mo'.as. or Syruji.
For sale l y
5:0-?.ni C. V.KKWKit A Co.
Vtv on,',:lls 7 i''kkt iiv
For Sale ly
C. HKF.WF.R .V: Co.
LOUISIANA C'AXi: KXIVHS,
With Kxtrt Steel Dicks.
'TlOIt S A LK liV
C. ISRKWKR A- Co.
;ioit SALK IIV
C. P.UKWLK .v Co.
ii oust, row nns
V TWO HOUSE PdWF.It MACIII.VF.S.
THllLSliriiS ai.d CLLA.XLltS FOt WHEAT.
FA. MILLS yoit KIL E OR. COFFEE.
For Sale bv
520-2U1 C. P.KF.WER Jfc Co.
Land Pot Sale.
ft ACKKSOK I'lsri KE LAM. IV
pAlKAivn.A in d HtlO.Kt. l AIALVA, OAIU. ror-alei.n
la Voi able terms.
For particulars a. ply to
J. S. KMF.USOX,
Or S. N. KMKUMlN.
DoiraM? Real Tslalp in Ilonuhili:,
Uel.nginS tithe Estale. of ll. C. WyIIi, E..,
j FOK SALE AT ACCTIOX.
w IIV VtllTFKOF t.V()r.lirb.unl f
1 ?rr2 out f t lh-Supreme Court t the Hawaiian l-laii-l-i. -
: T:ft the Executors of the Will of U. C. W j '.li- wiil JZ.
otter t-r sale ut Pubii; Auction, on the prtin's.-s, ou
SATURDAY, THE .'tu DAY OF JL'NE, ISO,.
JT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.
! The A MKttlCA N" ilOl'SK on IV r-tania Street, at
j present occupied by M. Kirch- if as a Hotel. a:i 1 l.ttciv the res-
i i P-riee VV. F. Syne, Ki. The lot m-a-arc HO fret on
! L r- tain Sir-. t, aid t st. n Is I !h- re ir 1 1-j f-t-:. The pre mist s
at present are under hase of svjO pt r anim .1. uii l olTct a
iri.,-1 chance f.-r i:ivt-tiuent.
A LSo I'irrcily afier th ab.-v- il, and on the American
H.ue premie-. wiU be- s-.l.t h OL'E LOTS on Kala o Kal.u.t,
M'.t.k:i. Mtuared at the crn.-r of Young and lak ii Streets,
arid enta iling ?'A) -j-i3r-? f.tthoms.
Al' At 12 OV:..ck. tnon. wi: be s Id on the pr- r.oS;-s. the
JAKISKTT PKK.M ISE on the W aiKiki r..il , .tU.ut
h if a mile tr..i:i the Post Oifiee. Th ? lot c..ntauw alx.ut one
rti re an I a half, and has three il ei;in huti s thereuii.
For further particulars apply to
J. W. AI'STIN.
g. M. li i:i.i:ioX,
S. C. ALLEN.
520 5t liL-orjm of the Executor of the Will of 1 C W11
FOURTH OF JOIYI
SATTIWA V. i l'J.
Kruri u T iltc Drbulc in lite A 1I y. Mid
1 I . It e lit 1 f lu 1 lie "li uukou" nt-v-)it per
H'.:i. !'. II. !!'V1 in-. - 1 a resolution that the
Assembly order ;!. Serg-aut-at Alius to bring the
the -1 ! L. H. (luli.-k lx-l'.jif the House to an
sivit for the !i!i1',i' -.ttiiii ii" a certain article iu the
A"""A"t of M.ty ll:!:. in whieh thil t.-;i ni.-lalt-is ft
t!ic lI.u-'. by n;iii;'. :n' caiM'il s;'-'yi'ti!s or ;-r-u.-if-s
i tl.' Miuir-'.T-; ( Lii.j.iliiii'.i;ti iiialalu o mi
KuliitM "'). biH-au.- tlu- '1 n! "l a.iiat tbo bill to
rli;t'f I'm- jior.-f tax Iroin 1 to .".( ft-nt" staling
tLat Im--f lien hal no it-yal 'l for t'.jt' v l.-!iS of tin
)i i!i a!:l I'a'i'.i'iiH'-l t!i' country to look mt for
tin-in at tl.f !-i.:iw:i of l-t:.. I It tlu'li ivail the
!:' ii-.iU:i U
::: '. Arrkb- :1 of the Con-
lion. Mr. rkel.
tL- tabl.-. The t
u an:w:iir the ::
Mr. Ka.ijia .-
t!.oi:!l lie va
I.' 'I .1- . t, 'li:,'
v.ii:hl a;ij I.
he ili.l .) f e
u lay this rc-ulution on
'.', .!" wa-. in common
i v. a- li ilhinj; otletisive.
he iiioiiii. sain that
: ;!) libllheil liV the K
it ua-i a matter ot very
!t wa true, as by the n.-eoiil
I. ..I v. air.iin-t the bill, but
i-iei:".Ious motives ami not be-
cau-e he lean.-.i t..u.;nl.- .!ie Mini:ei-.
1 i .ii. Mr. 1 I'-ir-I. sujij.. irteil the motion to table
the resolution. T!ie l! .i.e !i iu!.l not t ihe any
iioiii e of tie teiii.uk- coming from .-nth a source.
Siieh ai tirles imlh.-.iiei lolly ami iiisanliy. anl he
diil in.t t'.iink that jarty vhoe oijau the K.u.koa
Was. lielieveil the half i.f what Was J lilltnl. It
Coiiel Io the J I..u-e l(i .oil to have lr. 'luliek
before thi in. except to l".-.ov r that there was a
bump of insanity on his skull. He (Mr. lleiuk)
hal often been aeeti.setl jf b-injx itn illiiii'ii. and
he cared nothing for it.
Hon. Mr. Aholu a-lvucated the resolution, be
cause if lr. (iulick was brought before the Hoii.-e,
he niilit explain matters satislactoi ily or apologize,
autl the lloit.-e wotihl instruct him to do dillcrcmly
in the future.
Hon. Mr. Kamalo was in lavor of the resolu
tion, because the h'i,,Lv( v. as tiuiver.-ally respected,
ami the people had great coutiileisce in ils lulilor,
1'r. (Iulick. The people believed the Kh1hh. and
did not belh've the 1 oveniincnt oiL'au. the Au
O.'.iki. Th.r JCo.Lixi's iiilluence was sogreuL that it
very nearly prevented elections from heinheld in
some distrh is. and therefore this House ought lu
take notice cf the insult.
Hon. Mr. l!od said that he, did not like to be
called luiiij-U'tiitfi'il. He was not beholden to the
Ministers for his support : he earned his o n living,
jtnd followed his own convictions in voting against
the reduction of the horse tax. This charge of the
A"oA.- was talse. He would not rare for it, if it
had appeared in a foreign newspaper, but the na
tives in the outer districts would point at him and
Kay. Tli' ' rr it Hi- umnhtr from lLmoUila. ?ce is
Infii!ini''ti'tl to (lie J nl.slifs !
Hon. .Mr. Uhodes advocated the tabling of the mo
tion. The House should be above sensitiveness for
such abusive attacks, lie was above feeling them,
lie had been abused by that party w hen they were in
power, and he had lived to s -e them out of power.
He had lived down the evil aspersions thrown
airain-'t liiia. and tin people continued to eleet hint
a-s a Ilepivseiitatke. lie cared not for tin mud
thrown agaia.-t him by such men. Moreover, tin;
rentleinan, if brought befoie the House, would
have the opportunity of saying that he was a vic
tim on the altar of the people. Kvery member
should let the consciousness of doing their duty
prevent them for caring what was said about them
.Minister Harris: "Have you timing the last fire
years received one dollar from the io eminent
Mr. Uhodes. No. not a cent, except my pay as
Member of this House, to which I have been for :i
number of years returned, though I have repeated
ly voted against the reduction of the horse ta.x."?
The motion to table, was put and lost. The reso
lution was then carried by a vote of 17 to II.
It .vas then moved that, the House instruct the
re sident, and the Clerk to sign, and issue a war
rant for the production of Dr. (iulick before the
House at 11 a. m., to-morrow, or as soon thereafter
II. I. II. M. Kekuanana, the lYrsMeiit. said that
Kauikeaou'ii would not have done so. He wasotiee
called a - monkey" by a foreigner, and the man
was not arrested. Th!.- matter was of small conse
quence, tuid she llou.-e hud better let it drop with
out further action.
His Kxcei'ei'.ey 1'. Kanoa opposed the idea of the
I 'resident. Tiiis Hou.-e. as the sutlrage was now
restricted by a property qualification, was com
posed of good, honest men who would not be in
tlueiiced by the Ministers they were not jUl-
Minister Harris said he had taken ao part in the
discussion, and u oiild not now go into the merits
ol the quer-iion. Thirteen men who voted against
the bill had beeu called ho, ,ii!lnti a-i't. The Minis
ters were too poor t be able to oifcr any induce
ments. lliKii','Uii( :(. meant a man who would
sacrifice hims.-lf to another for food or any advan
tage. It was the most contemptuous expression in
the Hawaiian language, with one or two excep
tions. It meant a man thut would sell himself for
a calabash of poi. No Inrther action by the House
was necessary after the vote adopting the resolu
tion. The President and the Clerk are bound to
carry out the order of tie House, and the manner
of executing it rests with them. Within these four
w alls, il His Majesty should be on yonder dais, are
contained the Majesty of the Hawaiian realm, be
fore which all must bow. We have a hereditary
King, the Nobles forming the second estate and the.
elected representatives, and there is no appeal
from the highest tribunal in the realm, and no
power between ns and (Jod. The public have a
ric'.it to comment on the laws, but tn-t on the men
who make the laws. He then moved the order of
the day and the motion was carried.
I'rorrriliiiuaof'l he A k-ji-iii 1)1 y oi I lie tlie motion.
lo expel Hun. .! W. Kra welm nulla In,
Mm 5' lllh.
Hon. J. W. Keawehunahala gave notice of his
intention to introduce a bill to enable rich persons
to establish houses of prostitution.
Considerable confu-ion here took place, in the
midst of which the President then stated to the
member lroiu Waialua that he was out of order,
and that the notice was an insult to this Assembly
and requested hint to withdraw it.
Minister Harris moved that as the manner of in
troducing the notice w as an insult to this Assembly
that the member of Waialua be expelled. Minister
I Iutchisi.-.i said a person who would give notice of
such intention was not fit to sit in the house.
Minister Harris said the member had lied that
he eja-ye notice that he wanted to introduce a reso
lution and when irivi-n permission he had insulted
the house with his notice of intention, Ac. and
w islied the 11 j u s.. to understand that the member
lid not -rive noli -e of intention to license houses
of prostitution, such a bill would not come with
bad fjraec trom this member.
Hon. J. W. Keaw t hunahal t was jri veil permission
to speak on the motion and stated that he had no
inte-ntion of iusultine; the House, that it was the
custom to irive notice of intention of introducing
The Vice President ordered that Hon. J. W. Kea
wehunahala leave the House while the vote was
Hon. J. A. N. Nahaku moved that the Represen
tatives alone vote o:i the expulsion. The Vice
President decided that the whole Assembly should
Minister Harris made a speech upon the duty
of the Assembly to expel a person who would
wilfully lie and conduct himself in the manner
which w.;s h'.s ( Ke.iwehuii.ihal.i's habit, that it
would be a disrrac-e to every member to sit iu the
House w i t li a liar. He would amend his motion
by h.ni.ig the ayes and na s taken, that all from
Hawaii and Niihau shuiiid know who aiicti ned
Hon. T. C. Hcll.-k staled that he tee retted that
s;n h a scene should have taken place in this As. n:
blv. and spoke wl'.h feeling upon the mailer, his
fehiuvks Lei;. g received with evident tv-r by the
IlieUil id's. ;
lb.ii. J. H. Kamalo said, that he would propose
a- an amendment, that the matter be referred to a j
Committee tor a trial. That an opportunity should
be -i v : i him to withdraw his intention to intro
duce. Ac. A great many Laid things hail been said
by both Ministers a:nl Kepre.-entatives in this and
other assemblies. :u.d that il" this member was ex
pelled rashly w ithout giving him an opportunity to
defend himself, that it would intimidate members
from opposiag any bill introduced by the ministry.
He would call the attention of members to the for
bearance shown by His Majesty, tlurlm; the Conven
tion ot delegates to hard things said, both by dele
gates a:;d Minis-els. Why should we not also use
forbearance. I call the members to witness that I
have also stood by the rides of order of the House :
and strictly observed them. I of course w ould not .
vote for any such bill, for it would be against the i
public peace. 1 would again urge that the mem-
ber of H aialu.l be allowed to Collie before this '
House and explain himself, and retract if he w i-lies. :
but should he not do so. refer the matter to a Cora- '
mittee. I w ould not stand here to deiend the mem
ber of W.iialu i. but would advice that we proceed ;
i;i this matter dispassionately. We should under- ;
stand that the remarks fell from the member as a j
person, not lroiu the people of Waialua. and moved j
that the member from Waialua, be brought iinme- j
di.ttely before this Assembly. j
Minister Vai igny stated ' that, w hen resolutions j
were offered that sometimes umice of intention w as
given, and that he doubted if the member intended
wiilully to tell a falsehood, that he may have labor- j
ed under an error. He did think that the member
had insulted the Assembly by the notice, and that
in th'H House was the place to try the member. I
should regret to see the member arrested and im
prisoned, but think he should be expelled. If the
House does not defend its dignity, we should call
upon ourselves the condemnation which we deserve.
Hon. T. C. lletick spoke against the amendment
to the motion to expel.
Hon. I.. Aholo. I agree with the remarks of the
Minister of Foreign Atfairs as to intention ot mem
ber from Waialua to wilfully tell a falsehood as
charged by the Minister of Finance. 1 do not
think that'll would be wise to bring the member
before th" Huts.'. There have been remarks from
the Nobles fall before the spectators now present,
which I could wish had not. I do not think we
should expel this member without due regard for
the residents of Waialua. The Nobles represent
themselves alone, this member represents hundreds,
and 1 should regiet to see him expelled, it would
lead us to tear that all laws should come flout the
Hon. ('. K. Kakani. 1 would not defend the con
duct of the member, but let us see it we can under
the Constitution expel this member. I do not think
this Assembly has power to expel the member un
der the ,"): Article. We cannot expel the member,
we may punish him. 1 would support any motion
under the u.' Article to punish him but allow him
to retain his seat.
Hon. I.. Aholo moved an amendment, that the
member be expelled for one hour.
Hon. C. K. Kakani proposed that the Minister of
Finance withdraw his motion.
His Excellency the President remarked, that the
motion of the Minister was in order. And if you
should choose to expel him for au hour, or for to
day, voit have the right.
Hon. J. H. Kamalo called their attention to the
11th Ilule.that if there has been disorderly conduct,
w hy not enforce it ; if there is no disorderly con
duct, why this discussion"' 1 think the President
has lull power. The Vice President corrected the
member by stating that the House had full power
to act in the matter.
Ib.n. .1. M. Smith made remark a to the power
of the House, under the olid Article of the Consti
tution, and called their attention to Utile 1)7 of the
House, and lroiu that to a book which he held ia
his hand on Parliamentary usage. These author
ities demonstrate that this House has full power.
u the bare question of expulsion, 1 should vote
yes. If it had come from any other member 1 should
have doubts, but this man has been used to public
speaking; has'spoken bef -e our Courts, and knew
just what he was doing. When the opportunity
was given him to apologize, what was his course?
lie refused and sat down with that determination,
reiving on members to uphold him. While I must
vote for his expulsion, 1 must acknowledge I have
doubts as to so severe a punishment. We have
him on the floor frequently and have listened to
him patiently, and if not checked he w ill say worse.
I would move that he come before this House and
apologize to it upon his knees, as is the custom in
Hon. N. Kepoikai thought the member from
Koh.ila was desirous of intlicting a double penalty ;
In- had already been turned out of the room from
Minister Harris was perfectly willing to accede
to the proposition of the member troni liana and
member from Kohala.
The Pre-ident did not think the rules of other
countiies should be called in. If we must adopt
them, let us do it now. His remarks were well re
ceived by the Kepresontatives.
I'pon being told that, the rules had already been
adopted, the President said that it had slipped his
A motion was made that the Member come be
fore the House and make an humble apology.
Vote taken fj. ayes ; - noes.
The Sergeant-at-Arms was directed to bring the
Member before the House.
The Vice President said to the Member from
Waialua that the House had instructed him to say
that vo.t have greviously insulted the dignity of
the House, and that upon making an humble apol
ogy you be permitted to again take your seat, aud
hope you will be careful in future.
The" Member from Waialua w ished a few mo
ments in which to consider the matter. On motion
it w as granted.
No sJixt in" Hkavkn." We copy the following
from a late number of the Huston t'vii'jn'j'ith'itiiUst:
We find in an exchange pajer an allusion to the fact that
the popular and unwpie little poem, '-No Sect in Heaven," is
Lavinn a great circulation in England. It is sold in packages
of a dozen lor eiiUit cents, and 212,000 copies have thus been
circulated. It is pleasant for us tt. recall that it was first pub-tis'i-d
in the Vunijreijntiunrtiist. being written for our paper by
the wif- of Rev. J. 15. Cleavelaud, of New Hartford, Conn.
We republished that " popular and unhpie little
poem " in our columns some tw o years ago. and it
called forth one of the most remarkable poetical
et'.'iisions. which was published in the J'oJiptfsi'n,.
of April i s. 1m!:!. The w riter has never yet allow
ed his name to be attached to that effusion. AY ill
not the late editor of the J'uIyne.si'Ui favor the lite
rary world with the name of the poet whose muse
indited the following lines:
Thoush others by bye passes may sneak up to God,
Yet, the Catholic Christian is sure of his road.
lie will pray for the infidel, heretic, Jew,
Ai d if you're a dissenter he will pray, sir, for you."
On the week following this publication, a writer,
under the y.nm ' j-b'tne of " John Iltinyan." sent
for publication in our columns 'The Puritan's Re
sponse," com meucing thus :
" Here" to the health of the bigot, whoever he may be.
Who rhymes without reas' ti of the immaculate u r," " 4c.
We think many of the good people of England
who are reading with so much interest the original
poem. No Sect in Heaven " would be equally
interested in the effusions of the Honolulu poets.
The Steamer "Continental" The propeller
steamer I'-.hili.ri.t.tl. says the AHa of the 21th of
April, with her precious cargo of female passen
gers, was passed by the j'Uh a Aye on her up trip,
and was expected to arrive that day. There will
be plenty of employment fur them on that coast, if
they understand the mysteries of housekeeping and
are willing to labor. There is not yet. nor likely
t be tor years, a surplus of females on that
coast who are willing to turn their attention to
il l istt i il p li-suits.
.!.- T he New York mail of April 11 is fully
due, by the bark llherirj or Live ViU'ktt. which
were to leave Sa:i Francisco earlv in May.
Tenth Pay, May
The A-sembly nn-t at 11 a. m.
His Highness the President presented thewriltcii
opinion of t! e .lustice- ,.f the ."supreme Court, that
he ll..!i. W. P. Kam .ka i is not excluded from a
eat in the I.egis'.atixe Asscml ly. by virtue of the
Oih Article of the Constitution. The opinion was
igned by Justices Allen and Pobettsoii Justice
ilavis being absent on Kauai.
On motion of lion. Mr. Ilelcluhi. the Committee
n Accounts were instructed to draw on the Treas
ury for the sum of forty dollars for each member,
Aith mileage, and for pay of officers to date.
Notice was given to introduce the following bills :
To itiaen.l Sectiou Si?J of th-.- Civil Cixl.
To aiurtiJ Section 1,477 of the Civil Cole.
To dt ttue the rights of the icjle i:i i.enls.
To eir.jower the Minister t f the lntt rior to issue awards to
hti..is. for which a aar,!s h ive been issued.
To amend section 43 if the Civil Code.
T. t ix catt'.e.
To license veaJers of li;s a:i 1 t.rk.
To amen 1 Section 57 of the Civil Cute.
T .ini'-nd Section 6;10 i f the Civil Code.
The f . l!..i:.ir hills were read and ia-S'.d first reading:
To amend Section i'O of the Civil Cole.
T aiue'id Section 35 of the Civil Code.
Hon. Mr. fkeke ui'Wt-d that the Minister of Finance te in
structed to set a;ait ss.cOO to .ay ni-.-iiiKrs cf the Constitu
tional Convention i f W4. Tabled 27 to 5.
The Appro -nation li!l was then taken up aud the fotlowiug
tlETAhTM "NT eT FOIIKIGS AKKAlKs.
Salary of M.iii-ur. SS.0HO.
S.il iry of Secretary. 4.0H0.
Charge d'Aff.iire. London, Jl.t'-OO.
Ortice expenses of Foreign Asrents, $2,000.
lVstajre, stationery and incidt t.tals. $.1,000.
Fxp rises of Fvreij:ii Missions, f .1,000.
On in ti hi the Committee rose and Assembly adj mrned.
Ih.KVKNTu Jay, May 7.
Assembly met at the usual hour.
Petition from Waianae. Oahn. presented, pray
ing that the member from that district be not al
lowed to sit. Keferied to Select Committee.
Petition from Koolau was presented, praying
that a buoy be placed at Ilanula that poll tax be
reduced to "m cents and that pay of Government
officers be reduced. Subject of a buoy referred to
Committee on Commerce, aud balance of peti
tion laid on the table.
Finance f'ommittee reported on sundry petitions
referred to it. that they lie laid on the table. Mr.
I'keke moved to lay the report of the Committee on
the table. Motion carried.
Chairman of Committee on Commerce reported
in favor of K.iilua being made a port of entry.
Hon. J. M. Smith, from Select Committee to w hom
was referred the Kohala petition, reported in favor
(if establishing a bank for the issue of paper money,
and recommend that the Ministers be instructed to
bring in such a bill. Pepi.rted also in tavor of a
bill for establishing a money order system.
lion. J. W. Keaw ehunaha'la moved that the No
bles be paid three dollars per day for attendance
iu the Assembly. U ferre.l to Judiciary Committee.
Motion made hy'llon. Mr. I'keke that $4000 lie appropriated
for purchase of new uniform for cavalry. Referred to Military
lion. Mr. Hart moved that the Postmaster General be in
structed to mail all letters of members of the Assembly free.
Hou. Mr. Keawehunahala moved that the Serpennt at Arms
be instructed to procure all postage stamps required by mem
bers of the Assembly. Motion adopted.
Notice was pvru of the following bills :
To amend the Awa License Law.
To amend Sec. SI of the Act to Regulate the liureau of Public
Granting- appeals in criminal cases on the part of the Gov
ernment, from inferior to suerior courts.
The following bills were read for the first time:
To amend Si-ciion 1, Chapter 1, of Penal Code.
To amend Section S92 of Civil Owl. Head and rejected.
tin motion the Appropriation Kill was taken up, aud the fol
lowing items pa.scd :
UKPARTMKNi OF FINANCE.
Salary of Minister, $S,000 passed.
Registrar of Public Accounts, 4.000 passed
Collector General of Customs, $a.000
Uov. Domini? moved
to increase to $'i.0iM). Motion adopted.
Clerk Collector General, 3.000.
Cuslom House Surveyor and guard, $2400.
Stor. keeper, $2,400.
Collector at Kawailiae, $40O.
Collector Jit Kealakekua, $200.
Assistant guards, $ lblO.
Stationery and incidentals, $ 1;"00.
Pay of Assessors, $7000. Motion to raise to $S000 lost.
Motion to alter to 0 per cent on assessments, lost and item
passed at $7000.
Pay of Tax Collectors $7,000.
Incidentals of Department, $1500. Motion to reduce to
$1200 was adopted.
Rent of wharf lot, $2000,
Aid ff Queeu's Hospital, $10,000.
Hospital hind, $3,000.
Lights at Lnhaina. $500.
National Debt falling due, $45,850.
Interest on National Debt. $24,4t0.
Interest on School Fund, $5,125.
Interest on Scholarships, $300.
Ftndowmeiit of tehol irships, $1500.
Custom house boats, $700.
On motion Committee rose.
On motion of Minister Varigny the Assembly took up the Bill
t'l render legitimate nil children born out of wedlock, where their
parents shall subsequently marry. Kill read a second time,
passed and ordered for engrossment. Adjuurned.
Twelfth Day, May 8.
Assembly met at 11 and after opening adjourned
till 1 P. M.
lion. Mr. Poyd presented a petition from the
Fire Department of Honolulu, praying that a law
be passed to amend Section 332 of Civil Code. Re
ferred. Hon. J. W. Keawehunahala. Chairman of Judi
ciary Committee, reported that the Nobles are en
titled to : per diem. On motion of Minister Har
ris, the report was laid on the table, as it was not
within the functions of the Assembly to make such
The bill to fix the salary of the Second Associate Justice at
$4,000, was then taken up. Minister Harris moved to amend
by inserting $3500, as recommended by the Chief Justice in his
report to the Assembly. Amend-netit was topted, but the Sec
tion was lost by a vote of 2o to 17.
On motion adjourned.
Thirteenth D.vv, May 9.
Assembly met at the usual hour.
Sundry unimportant reports from Committees
Hon. J. M. Smith reported that the reply of- the
Assembly had been presented to His Majesty the
Notice was given of bills to amend Sections 92.
)i and ."12 of Civil Code.
Minister Harris stated that at the last session he
w as requested to inform the next Legislature what
laws were in conflict with the new Constitution,
and therefore would give notice of a bill to amend
Sections ii 1 3 and U14 of the Civil Code. Also,
w ould give notice of a banking bill, in accordance
with the recommendation ot the Committee to w hom
was referred the petition from Kohala
Hon. J. XV. K-'awelmnahala requested that the portrait of the
King, which Ilis Majesty, had presented to the Assembly, be
placed in a pror position. On motion of Minister Harris, the.
thanks of the Assembly were voted to the King for his gift.
Rill to amend Section 7S0 of Civil Code was read.
On motion, the unfinished business was taken up the bill to
fix the salary of the Second Associate Justice. After consider
able debate on xints of order, the bill as amended to $3500 pass
ed, ami ordered engrossed.
The I ill to punish Adultery and Fornication was then taken
up. and ordered to le print-d.
Bill to amend Sections 1103 and 1169 of the Civil Code, then
taken up and parsed its second reading-
Rdl to permit Livorced rsons to marry again was then
Hon. G. Uhodes moved indefinite postponement. Pending
discussion, Committee rose and Assembly adjourned.
Fourteenth Day, May 10.
Assembly met at the usual hour.
Hon. N. Kepoikai. Chairman Select Committee,
to whom was referred the petition relating to the
election of the member from Waianae, reported
recommending to lay petition on the table.
Minister Harris moved that the petition be re
ferred back to the Committee on the ground that
no witnesses had been summoned.
1 1. ,n. L. Aholo moved that it be referred to a
new Committee. The former motion being with
drawn, that of lion. L. Aholo was adopted.
Minister Harris then moved that the Committee
be authorized to send for witnesses, records and
RilLto make Kahului a port of entry was read, passed first
reading, and ordered to be translated.
Minister Hutchison invited the Sanitary Committee to visit
the Hospitals for the Insane and Lepers and Queen's Hospital.
The following bills Were read for first time:
li 11 to amend Section 4S0 of Civil Cle, rejected.
Rill to amend SecMons 72 and 94 of Civil Code, passed first
reading, and made order of the day in due course.
Rill to amend Law relating to the placing of children iu
Reformatory and Industrial Sch'Kils," passed first reading.
Rut to amend Section ii, Article 1 of Civil Code. Referred
Resolution that Gov. Dominis be requested to take the Com
mittee ou Military to inspect the Barracks. Adopted.
Resolution that the Committee on Account be instructed to
draw sufficient funds to pay for fitting up the Hall. Adopted.
Hon. XV. P. Wood presented resolution retjtiesting Sergeant
at Arms to return the presentor the portrait of His late Majpsty
It ill to pet mil dirorrt-d prrsco to marry again wi lL n
taken up, Hon. W. P. Kam.ikau In the chair.
iin;sur Harris moved that Scliuti 1 f the bill be read, and
Hon. Mr. Ken wchuiinlmU then moved its p-fK-.
Mini;er Varigny voted agaimt action on the bill, and ex
plained to the Committee that he o vol"! because of the De
loKf l.iw standing upon the Statute K k.
Hou. M. si rs. Kamalo, Iloapili and Aholo a-ked to be cxcumiI
u motion i f Hen. O P. I k.k- the Comiuitt.e rose and the
lion. Chairman reported ljsage o! Seetiou 1 of the bill to per
mit divirced proii to marry again. Assembly adjourned.
Fifteenth Pay, May 11.
Assembly met at the usual hour.
Petition was presented from the District of Kwa
and Waianae, praying that the Hon. S.N. Mahtlona.
retain his seaj in the Assembly. On motion, ie
lerred to Select Committee, who have petition rela
tive to his election.
The following bills w ere read for first time :
Bill to repeal Act relating to plover, ptu-sed first
reading: bill to amend Section of Ch il Code,
passed first reading: bill to amend Section of
Civil Code, passed first reading : bill to impose :t
tax on shoe manufacturers, passed lir-t reading :
bill to nuthouse the issue of Treasury Notes, passed
first reading and ordered piinted.
Assembly rl solved itself into Cou mittee of the Whole for the
further consideration of the Kill to crmit Divorced x.rtis Iv.
marry, and Hon. Mr. lsoyd was called to the Chair.
Section 2 was then read, and passed its second reading.
Section 3 was then read, an.! passed its second reading, and
on nn tioii bill ordered to engrossment and nude the order of
the day on its final p:tace.
The Assembly then resolved into Committed of the Whole for
the consideration of the bill to amend the law relating to Adul
tery and Fornication, the Hon. W. P. W ood into the Chair.
Several amendments were proposed, put to vote, and lost.
The 1st Section was then passed, 20 ayes. IS nays.
Hon. G. Rhodes was excused from votirg, but afterwards
voted aye, as he did not wi-h to see the bill killed, but thought
it might be modified.
On motion the Committee rose and the Assembly adjourned.
Sixteenth Day, May 12.
Assembly met at the usual hour.
Oil motion the bill to render legitimate all chil
dren born out of wedlock, whose parents shall
marry subsequently so their birth, was read by its
title, and on motion passed its final reading.
The bill to amenJ Sections lltiS and 116-tof thu Civil Cole
was read by its title. Motion was then made for Its final paws
age, and the ayes and nay called, 2S ayes and 10 nays.
The President announced the passage of the bill on its third
and final reading.
On motion, the rules were suspended to allow lion. G. P.
I'keke L ave to introduce tt resolution that the Secretary be au
thorized to draw the sum of fifty dollars r each uuuilcr. Alio
the pay of the officers of the Assembly.
Resolution tat'Ied, and Assembly adjourned.
Seventeenth Day. May 11.
Assembly met at the usual hour.
Petition presented from the District of Kaanapal
piaying that the lion. J. A. N. Nahakil be not al
lowed to sit in this Assembly. Laid oil the table.
Petition from District of Kwa and Waianae that
the sum ol $400 be appropriated for a buoy ami
anchor at Waianae. Keferred to Committee u
Petition from District of Kwa and Waianae that
a new road be opened from Piiuloa to Puuakapali.
and that SI.OOO be appropriated to make the road
and build a scow for a lerry at Puuloa. and that a
charge of 12 cents be mai'e. for every horse that
travels said ferry. Petition referred to Committee
on Internal Improvements.
Hon. J. M. Smith, Chairman of Finance Com
mittee, presented report of the. Committee in ac
cordance with its duties as defined in Utile SO.
Keport read, and on motion, laid on the table until
Hon. L. Aholo. Chairman of Sclent Committee, ta whom was
referred the petition from the District of Kwa and Waianae
against Hon. S. W. Maheloua, sitting In this Assembly, re
ported that he found many names on loth the petition to remove
and to retain, and after a fair examination recommend that
Hon. S. W. Maheloua is rightfully entitled to his neat, and that
the petition be tabled. Kexrt adopted.
Resolution introduced that His F.xrellency the Minister of
Finance insert in the Appropriation Kill the sum cf $400, for
anchor and buoy at Kahului, Maui. Laid on the table.
I A resolution that the portraits of the Memliers or the Asscm
j I ly be taken and placed in the Hall, was tabled.
On motion rule suserided,aiid the Hon. K. IL Hoyd granted
leave to introduce a resolution, that the Sergeant-at-Arms Ise
coniumii.ua by this Assembly to brini? the luxly of 1.. II. Uuliclc
before this Assembly to answer for publishing in the Kuokoa
newspaper, insulting comments Uon the proceedings ut the
legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands.
On motion of Hon. J. Mutt Smith, the newspaper article was
Hon. Ii. Kaapa moved, that Ihe resolution be tabled, which
was put to vote, and lost.
On motion of Hon. J. II. Kamalo, the resolution was adopted,
17 to 11.
lion. E. II. Boyd them moved that the Hon. President be re
quested to Issue a warrant for the arrest of L. II. Gulick, and
that he be brought before the Kar of this Assembly at 11 o'clock
a. si., to-morrow.
After discussing the motion of Hon. E. II. Boyd, Minister
Harris moved the order of the day which was put to vote and
The bill to peru.it Divorced persons to marry again, was read
by its title.
Motion was then made to postpone indefinitely, which was put
to vote aud lost, 30 to 4, and on motion the bill pnssed its third
The bill to fix the salary of the becond Associate Justice of
the Supreme Court, at $3,500. and to amend Section 840 of the
Civil Code was read by its title, and passed its third reading.
The Appropriation Kill was then taken up.
Item for the supiort of the military, $53,028 20, whs read.
A motion was made by Hon. S. W. Maheloua to amend to
$70,000, anothir motion by Hon. J. XV. Keawehunala that the
item lie increased to the sum of $58,520 as in the estimate of
His Ex. the Governor. Hon. K. 11. Itoyd moved to amend to
$ti3,02G 20. Hon- T. C. Ileuek, to $66,020 20, which amend
ment was put to vote, and carried by vote 27 to 7. ' The appro
priation stands $fifl,026 20.
Minister Hutchison moved that the Bill to mend the Law
relating to the Commission of Kouudariea be put ou its second
Section 1st was then read, and on motion passed its second
Section 2 was then read and its passage, was moved, pending
discussion, the Committee rose, and the Assembly adjourned.
Xnpoleon nud Clironology,
Mu. Enrrou iS7r: It is surprising that the inge
nious chronologer the extract was from an English
paper En. who constructed the prophetic scale
in your late number should not have tried its mer
its in relation to the first Napoleon, who wielded
the destinies of the French nation from the era of
the revolution, which the learned have assigned to
17D2, particularly as lie may be considered tho
t key-stone of the great arch. If the items given in
your insertion are worth anything, perhaps yon
may consider the follow ing worth adding :
Napoleon I. came into Imperial power In 17U2.
He was born 17tt 1-7-6-9 ! add to 17921815
He was married 17M 1-7-9-0- Zi add lo 17321815
lie lost his throne In 1S15.
Try the rule in ary other direction and it seems
capable of nothing but tt ciop of simtchronisms i
applies in no instance to the life, but in all to po
litical power. Open-ear.
j Ililo nn ii Con I Depot.
Mr. Eiutor : Sir: During my tour on Hawaii
I a short time since while visiting Hilo. I was, in
j view of its capacious harbor, led to inquire why
the Chinst line of steamers w ould not find it ml van
1 tageuus to stop at this rather than at any fdher
! port of the islands. The harbor of Hilo is said to
be perfectly safe in all weather, is easy of access,
I with sufficient water in the channel and harbor for
; the largest ships, even if they draw thirty feet,
i The (iovernmont would no doubt grant the Com
i pany sufficient room there for a coal depot free of
! any expense. Streams of water. I am informed,
i empty into the harbor flowing directly from th?
J snow" clad mountain, which water is free to all.
Perhaps the company might find it to their fcd van
tage to give this matter a serious thought.
SO- We lei
arn that llev. Thomas Thurston has
received an invitation from the resideuts of Wailib-
ku and vicinity, to locate among them as pastor,
the call having received the names of about fifty
responsible foreigners, who propose to erect a
church for his accommodation. Mr. Thurston La
preached several times in Ho;olulu, aud has been
received with great favor us an earnest preacher.
He has before him a new and growing field prob
ably the largest, wealthiest and most enterprising
of any district out of Honolulu.
An attempt will bo made to-day. we learn
to expel the memler fmm Waiulua from the As
sembly, for contempt, in not taking his seat yester
day. The public will have an opportunity of wit
nessing what impartiality rules there.
Goon LrcK. The vvhaleship Jamcx, Capt. Frank
Smith, arrived last week, five months from New
Redford, having taken two hundred barrelsi of
sperm, worth as the market stands now, our twelve
Kaiinl.aim.hu IV., as it was tu t a very good one.
N'otiisf i iv n to amend Section titij t-f Civil C'le.