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PUKLISIIEO W'KKKI.Y BV
IIBXRV M. WIIITNEV.
IIONOLUi.U, HAWA IIAN ISLANDS. JUNE 2, ISoU
SIX DOLLARS I'RR AXXl'M.
VOU X. X: 47. WUOLK N.a23.
Tvventv-Fiftu Day, May 23.
Tltr House opened with the u-'i-tl pior redinfrs.
IreMd'iit M. Kekuannoa and Vice President -
T?k..,',. ?n fl..Ir
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lion. Mr. lieiick bn.uclit in a petition from La-
Lain prnyinc that the salary ot 2.000 of the j
..r if..; 5a nlt.nrfther iiiiideuiiute Ur the du-
ti pt-rloruied by Liui. atvl praying that !.ehue
a cirk. signed ly sixty petitioner-. Ai.,t on
iliis petition v. as delayed until the proper time.
lion. Mr. H-Ielulii presented a peiitii-n from
I'uii.t to prohibit obi persons from marrying young
one, a they would not be p roll tic. which would be
Mr. I'kehe, Chairman of a Select Committee to
whom was referred the petitiou from Koolntipoko,
praying that Chinese i prohibited from taking
nway t!ieir children, if they are male, and that the
Minister .f the Interior bring in a bill to prohibit
it: and that the other prayers of the petition be.
Hon. Mr. Henck moved that $1.2m for a clerk j
lor the i?nel ltl of Maul be inserted la lue .ppru-
priation IU11. Adopted.
Hon. Mr. Nh.iku moved as an amendment to
inr-ert 51,000 instead of $1,200.
Hon. Mr. Ktipaii moved to lay on the tab!. put
to vote and lost.
Hon. Mr. lleleluhi supported the amendment, be
caase he thought SGO was huCIcient for h clerk, as
this was the first clerk that -he has been allowed,
and thought the Assembly hud better not be too
tiii-di with him.
Hon. Mr. Kcawahunahalu was in favor f l!:e
resolution, but that the tippropriatiop f'r th Inte
rior" Department h:td been passed, anil if tMj re,.i
lutiou be adopted it will open the way for intro
ducing more resolutions of tlie ame sort, and that
he had some dmibts as to its being in order. Upon
the rreileiit int'urmiii' Liui tlat I be Aii priaiiju
Bill had been reconsidered, and thai tl; lcooutt.un
ra in order. Le fovored it. - ... -
TLe Iloa. Member from Koo'au'.oa t-aid that Le
adverse to this resolulioii. aud tliat if the .Sh-i ill f
Maui was supplied xvith a clerk, the Sheriffs -f
Hawaii and Kttnui would want the panie. His eon
fctituenU did nt seud Liiu Lere to muke new tiffices
' fnr the disbnrseim-nt f money. If the S!:oi iir of
Maui thought his duties were too much iortb- sal
ary he could throw the office uj. He was in favor
of Utblinfr the resolution. i - !
Hon. .Mr. Katnalo thoucrht that the petition was
worthv the attention of the Assembly, and ought to
bare it attention, because it is well known that
the Legislature of lbr2 imposed additional duties
on some of the Government fticiuls.and the Sherilf
of Mni was one of these, and Las to perform tbe
duties of Sheriff. Collector. Postmaster, and Harbor
Master, lu his opinion Le oujrht to Lave a clerk, as
the duties of the present oilicial, in former years,
cost SS.OUO, and Loped that an appropriation of
. 1,000 for a clerk be made. But if the Sheriff of
Maui was only doing his duty as Sheriff Le would
support the remarks of the member from Joolauloa.
Hon. Mr. Kahaulilio wub in favor of tlie- resolu
tion proposed by the Hon. member from Honolulu,
as the duties of "the Sheriff of Maui are numerous,
and Le Las been puying at the rate of $10 a month
out or his salary for a clerk and that the clerk was
not satisfied, as he well knew.
Hon. J. M. Smith moved that the resolution,
as umemicd. be adopted and put to vote and car-ri-if
; ii was also moved that the Secretary be
told to insert in the Appropriation Bill, after the
Sheriff ot Maui, the mim ot S1.00U foraclei k.
Hon. Mr. Knpu moved that the Minister of the
Interior Le commanded lo bring the books ot the
Government I'riir.ing Ullice before this House, ex-
ti... r l.-.!n l.'n h was introduced ure-
vio.isiv.and also to -how what money wasieceived j
Jof printing from Bishop SUh-y. before the item
tor the Government frinting Oirice in the Appro
priation Bill is noticed.
Hon. J. M. Smith aid that before tLis motion
was put to vote. Le wihed that the name of Bi.-hop
StalA be sti'u ken from ihe n soUitioti. as it is very
iit:d IgniCed. ile Loped tliat the merits or no par
ticular religious denomination should be imro
datrd and uiicned in this House. If this part is
Mtikeii out he wor.ld vote in tavor of the motion.
Imii if not lie should vtt :igai!it it.
Minister llrri t le.l with nli due respect 4 l tl.e cor.stitu--i.t
ol th" n. oiIht l K--l.iih a, that this re. lutit Oi-
rlt i f oulle parties, lhat lo.-l.. p Stahy p.i.d los l ili.. I ut
: the lueiu' er l Ki'ol U.ko il..uo:il..l liit he d. l le.t,
o l ti at lh was the pit of ti.e d -i.y e f: on the ti-.ven.u.ei.i
frmtm tiioe. iel he xi'iol u 1. m.i..-ir-t. d ti.e u. m
.rr t.on. K.oUu.. a h he ai. t hi-- e- . M V. r y:vr one cn.t
n toe soprt ill r -.i'ioi-t te.wl.1n7. and t!:.t the Treuiny f
ttu io.ri.mt nt I. a ! )"-! plmutrrrd of t ne o nt lor eh..-
,.;Mi,rt ol lht Iiol.ie iitili-tioi., ai-i llml he l.iwt
if e as e err
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A-u.l'ly l srn.e l n.lil.
Uvu Mr Smit . .o.l that if tl.e via use in this resolution wns
at I tnkeu t i.t, it ..uM ui 1'i.if cu a rei 'iou d.icu.on.
Au.1 that if he umtet si.-! the couoitioit of ihi country, thai a!I
the reh).;ou art-ts are tuicratetl l.eie. llut if ttir u.m..cr t f
K. lulo auid tot.-mii.e the Uksof the i rii.t.i.i:. hec- uid
00 i lo hi Lean coiarut l.ut m-t rii.g an religious dicu.n-iu:i
u ...1 the lloo-.e, and rciUiud that the ll.o. u.eml-r a ill.ii a
li r ;.ituliviik.
lio t. Mr. L'fceke did not ?-e hy Certain meii.her of the A
cml.lv ili inl tr t anry :.l-out this reso.uiwn, they did not
ai.r the titj t I i-h. . MaUy, l ut examine the hooks only.
tn.it i what tliry wui.ted. in order to how t )Ten.uiei t money
fca Ucn speul. And a yakiriR in regard to the U?t part
..f the ieoiut.on ; but if any other sect hal een l.robfthl up
uir.e of the tr.eUil'er.-, Vi.uM i.ot have jumd up in such a
Lurry. lut it tl.i re.lutuii wu iu favor of oidciiii the Sar
ic tnt-at-Artu lw arretl the body of bishop Staley, it wou.d te a
dlJ rent thu.T.
Minister V-rife'i.y thuuyht that there a no Deed of pas.-ing
the re liila-a a the Ina-k of the Um ernmei.t Pi intiuif office
were already here. If ous.de i.espip;r choose t. d.cu
religious it.AtUra, ai.J pretluce had fechnft here harmony
ounhttopr-vail.tt is 11 rcilon why thi 11. ue should take it
up. I'm it p--rson outride who Lave nothing else to do but to
discast a.-h iioig. it i not proper for us to li iii? such discus
sion iuto ti.i It- um. And l-heil that the Assembiy .lo the.r
worlt as penthmeu. and do it iiaia.y. And ail rei.fious o,uo
tion e kept out of the As.-wmt- y.
Hon. Mr. Ileuck thought that the resolution ungeiitle
manly and undiio'''r,'.nnd woul.i not Tote io itsfaVoruur the
clause r-..itii'jr; to l'.ih p ctaUy le o truck out.
lion. Mr. K-tpiu safl that surtlci'-nt hid !n.nly ten akl
retfarilinir the resolution th:t when he intri4ucd it, he d;d not
think it would make ail tl.e n.ii. Liters kick like youii horse.
His constituent- .t d n t ele t him lo come here and be guided t y
tther persons, i .t do. ij.r t'onstitu'ion ay that if f.n.ls are
elected to the Atieii.nl,, lfu.t it is the duties of ot!. era lo instruct
,r guide him. Tint he wa elected to this Ass-mh!y hecau.-ehe
was though: M he a m;n of knowledge as well us other member,
and he caioe here to stand up 1. -r lite rights of his constituents
and. examine the affairs o ti.e government i and h ished his fel
lovr memers to faivr his res..luliou.
Hon. Mr. Ii opposed the lat part of this resolution as it is
welt known that each religious 8 ct supports itself, and tta? gov
ernment had nothing to uo ilh iu And thai the clause alluded
be struck oat.
Hon. Mr. Kalakaua staled that he was in favor of passing the
resolution, and did not See why the Bishop's account Mhrnld not
be examined as well as any other, and said that he thoueht
tbe member of K.iolaupoko had no ill intent when he iul the
resolution, and that before he voted, he would like to know the
indebUdxjess of te bUhp t- the government Printing i Hice.
MinUier Yarigny remarked that the Minister of the Interior
and Minister cl Ir inauce were both long acquaintances of his,
and members of li.s .Majesty's Council, and who w..uld think
that such officers of His Majesty's government would lend
their Influence to any religious denomination as government
officers, and was astounded to think that th.s religious discus
sion had taken up a hour and a half, aud jet the members
woo Id Dot drop it.
Minister Harris stated that the Ministers were not offended
at the rejoUt-uu, tat -ucet il w.ti uiatitude, although
tl.e resolution (1'rf-s conv-y tl.at the Minister of tie I:it-rii.r
nllown the gor-ri.xnent pre?s to favor the Emrlish misiion. 'the
Minister or Finance is nut expectl to be utfVn led as he Id rut
cx ctei to t.e an honest ui;ir. at a goveri)Di-iil i.dicia), arul if
lvt.j'le who own a f--w tj-ie chi4e to c.ill Lun a thief they can
lo an. Why should we nt presi this rt-soluli .n, Jecause w
wish to fin. I ui hIxmii the governuicut monies. Put the la.-t
clause of ihi r. 'lutK.n hua been uttere.l fr):!i New York to
t'.ii longitiwl.-, ii.'ij body who has printed cr utteretl that
th poveriiiii'-nt h.is f.vored this reiiKi"U9 sect I don't -lieve
that they brieve it, even if they do gay it. and it is not founded
on fn.it. t-erh -3 theiaeuierof KooiauUa is prompted by patri
otic iiotiir.!i to introduce thid re.-olution. ihe member fr m
K'"!a!il"a H' d ir yseif are ol 1 aco,uui:t.-i:io-s an I 1 don't recol
lect .f hi b--irir mixed up in any n.l t?;ou9 vtT.iir, and h(.pe
that the men. 'ier9 w:l I e compelled to any that the Minibier
.f Interior i.evtr lef,t the eoVeri.nieut press to aid the Bish
of lioii'.lulti. and if any of lh in want anything doiie for the
i l of th- p,"ple-, the ..rvcrnir.ei.t prss will do it a iheap as
it can ..-bibiy be done. 1 hat the r.o:utioii le referred to a
tlnmtniuee and they cau examine an.vinKly'j account, and tliey
wi: s-e that the 1 ih'.p of Hon., lulu does not owe one dollar t
the iT'-vi riiriiei.l preMM. And any man who it teaching rciiiiioQ
and m.T iliry to lhi jeople are welcome friemU to tne Ki:.g and
Motn n to liy upon the table 9aid rt'9o!ntiou. carried. 4 toll.
Hon. Mr. l'-nnrrj r- ad for the fir-it time a bill nietubr.if Sec-
: i t liie Citil Code, to exempt eerlain volunteer ioidier
Hon. Mr- Keiwehnnahila pav notice of a bill relating to the
1st att of .-ection 4M of Civil Ciwle.
Motion to proceed t. ord-r of day. carried.
Hon. Mr. K.iapa moved that the Assembly resolve it-wdf into
R ininittee of tlie V hole for the conaid'-rauoti of the Appro
priation I; 11 hi1 Il-m. .Mr. Ileuek wa culled to the chair.
Afer aome dj''te, it wa moved tli.it report of Finauee Com-tni't-e
I adopted, carried 17 to 15.
Mr. KeaweLuiiahal.t moved that the report of Committee of
Finance be tabled, lost.
Considerable, discussion here took place regarding several
Rinall items, an, I Minister Hani hop-il that tliey would pro
ceed to business of the house, ;i not'jii. had b.en done bioce
Monday arid that there Wh Coiisider.il le f. r it to iiUend to.
And "-tite.! that r ry memlier was satisfied with tlie n jwrt of
the Kitiance Cotnmittee except the member of Wnialua, and he
woiii.i en with h'tjl to the nuince Idhce. he would May wit:;
t ,,n umil h'i wtm satisfied, as tl.eie he could examine every re
ceipt that was eiven
Hon. Mr. tir.uh said th'jt If this rejxirt wns n t ndoj t-"l, and
that if a motion to appoint another committee come up lefore
the House he would r-si-.-ii as a member of the Finance Coin-
the House he would r-i-.'ii as a memlMtr of the Finance Coia
UiUtee. On motion of Hon. Mr. Kaapa, Assembly adjourned.
Assembly met pursuant to adjournment.
Several unimportant petitions and reports were
Minister Harris stated that Le Lad some papers
j that lie wi?Ip-d to lay on the table, relating to
! Bishop Staley. Lieu were receipts from th' Iov-
ei nuient li iming Oiliee. lie Loped that the House
would proceed t. the order of the day by 12 o'clock
He had eau-ied an account current to be drawn
out. showing Low much was paid out to Tax As
sessors. In case there might be some mistake in
the Hcootint, he L id brought in the receipts of both
the Tax Assessors and Collectors for the benefit of j
the honorable member from Waiulua. He Loped j
as lie Lad the iuforuiation they would proceed
promptly to the older of the day.
Hoii. Mr. Kuj.au staled that he wished to say
something in regard to the Bishop's receipts, Tue
Vice l'resideut t jld him that he had better talk the
matter over with some competent accountant and
compare the receipts, and when Le Lad come to Lis j
conclusion, why then it would be time to I. ring the I
matter before the lloiixe. He then stated that Le j
did not think that Le was to be favored with tLe !
receipts, as he thought that his resolution was
Hon. Mr. Kupau also brought in a resolution
that the Clerk ot the High Sheriff of Oahn receive
$1,200 as his salary for the next two years.
Minister Hutchison moved that the resolution be
Hon. Mr. Kupau said that two resolutions were
brought in yesterday allowing the Sherih's of Ha
waii aud Maui to have each a Clerk, and he saw 110
reason whv the Sheriff ot Oahn. who resided in the
Capital of the Islands. sLould not Lave u Cleric also.
j Hon. Mr. Nahaku favored the motion of the Min
' isier of the Itiiei itr, as the High Sheriff of Oahn
I Las only one duty to pel form, whereas tl.e other
! two Lave various duties. There was $0,000 ap
J piopiialed for lL her',lf of ("aim. while those of
I Maui and Hawaii only leceived S t.000 each for the
various duties they have to pelioim. lie Would
tavor the resolution il" tlie Hun. member from Koo
lauloa would uive sufneient reasons for it. As an
laieiit Le ivouid make it c-000 fur the two
Hon. Mr. Leawehudahala reiuarked that It the
menili.-r from Iv.taiiapale Would have ihotioht ;i
little he w.eild have seen that the salaries lor the
Sheriffs of Maui and Hawaii have been raised, lie
did not see Ly tie should .-;iv lhat tin-Siieritl" of
Oaau had iiotiiii'ir to do. I. cause he was a very
hard working ollieial .f t his 'overnment. ferhajis
Le d"-s not remember how the M:ir.-hal linked his
life in the i:e'u-Lratt'd Haaii.tiu chase, in carrying
ou! the laws of this C'overument. And as v.e haVi
j allow ei tiie SL-ri:i'f of Maui :md Hawaii CK-rks.
' we otiirht to be f.tir and allow the .:iei ;!t' oi t .ihu
j one. and Kauai should also Lave a Clerk f.-r its
J. Sheriff if tlesired. He:ein favor f allt.viuo
j Sr.oij for the salary ot the Cink ot the Sl;ei i:f wt
?!t!:Uter IIuteLisr.il Loped that the A-.-emtly
) vvouKl not appropriate siihk for ofln.es tLcie was
! iio ie for. ton the itetiiioi: tioiu Lah:tiii:t he
vinpaihi."ii wan. as me r-m-riii i inut joaee tiau a
m . . I I a. t 1
t many duiies to pel form, atid a Cleric uas i
soiue:!ii!ifr very neeesary lor ihmi. i here was a
little tili!:ike io fote the IIoiim that l.e wished tj
correct, v i. : in the Appropriation I. ill ol Icon, j
the ileitis for ,-heri;f t Mai;i. .? i.thlO : lor Collector i
of Maui. 8 l.ooo. At pres.-n; the i. i i;f performed
tlie duties oj .-lieri!!' and 'j'lli i i.r lor c J.0tU a ear. j
w hich formerly cor t c l.nu'l a year. 1 e?tei .1 iy !;
favored the periston from 1 . thaina. as he well knew
the exact i irciimtances ; hut he should cei i.tinly
oppose the resolution now before the House.
Hon. J. M Smith said that l.e as coi.lirit.-nt that the Mar
shal ol the I.-! in-l neer ask'-d f.r such an a pi uj r.ation.
Motion h r f .100 ( r C lerk of M.ir-h .l pased.
Mi:ii-tr Harris moved a reconsideration of the vote, and
said that this wns a very Mnail item, hut. if passed, that the
very next thinit the Assembly would see lht the s-up-t'.nterid-ent
of W ter Works wi'l be allowed a Clerk. He usfed the
Ilo;je who wi the best j.me io these mi.trri. The Mar
shal never sed f.-r a Clerk. Who ever he..r 1 of a Marshal's
Clerk. The Minister of the Interim never told y. so; the At
torney General never told you so (here the interpret. r aske.1
tl.e speaker if he meant the Attorney General or Miu.ster of
Finance), t : d s'ed if the House th. t that tlie Marshal re
ceived onlv f l.a.10. and that if thev 1: 1 they wre mistaken,
ai he has several emoluments. Miniet' r HurrU moved lo re
consider '.he adoption of the resoiuii-.n I a Clerk i the Mar
shal .f O.thU. Carried.
Minister Harris moved that the res. Pition le tabled.
Hon. Mr. I' keke remarked tba- l.e resvcted the views of
the Minister of I inance. tt.tit he had seen a ta in nr.tit- i;i l!i
Marshal's " luce, and aked him if he rrteived hi.v pa f. r Ins
service. '.ien, to his surprise, he threw down his pen ;i: d re
plied in the negative. He felt pretty happy to day. and wit: Id
draw up a resolution to disc:. arte the Clerks of ail the Mi-.rei s.
He stated that the Marshal received fees, like the out-vh- !
stables. 1'Ut the city po! ce only reoeivid monthly j lie
wh in favor of pis n this resolution, an 1 if passed all riaht;
but If not, he would bring in his re:o.ution to discharge all the
Hon. Mr. Aho'o stated tliat th" Marshal di 1 not want a Clerk,
and if we rive hitu a Clerk il had better be taken from hi sal
ary. If we uke ii.t-i consi.b. ration "hat has been told us, that
the Marshal di I not want a Cler- we would not have a!! this
discu'-ion. When the petition rej: irding the Clerk for the
Sheriff of Maui w is presented, I opp'ol it, thinking that it
wool ! be a bad precedent.
The motion ttixt It.e resolution be adopted as ameo.led was
Minister II.Trris rnored thst the Assembly proceed to the
order of th day wh:ch was the Appropriation R.ll.
Silary clerk of Attorney General. 2,400.
lion. Mr. Nahaku moved to strike out this item from the
Appropriation Rill, as the i ffice of Attornty General will allow
of no assistance f oni a clerk. Because if any per n wishes
to recti ve any i:.f irmattoo regardine po ints of law. it shall be
fiiven bv the Attorney G. in ral himself, and not ty any clerk.
tVhat duties is the clerk to perform.
Hon. Mr. K amain wanted to know why that item was Dot
put uiu the 11a 'ii ves-i.on of the tuJt-t
Minister Hutchison replied thai it was a m.sUke of tKe
Mit.istir Varizny si.it-vl that the Attorney General was a
member of His Majesty's t'rivy Council aud that he could net
atteifd to both without tlie assistance of a c'.erk, for who was to
t.;ke note of plieants, and their questions, whi'.e the Attorney
: (iei.eral was an-ent. if there was not a clerk, and who was to
attend to communications, ic, while the Attorney General whs
ahs. nt on the other elan. lb, if it was not a clerk, and in con
clusion remarked thai the Attorney General had to sit in His
Majesty Privy Council, and in this Assembly. &c, a:.d it was
f reasonable to expect that he should have a clerk.
, Hon. Mr. K .ui.ilo t ite I that it was a w-ll known fact that
the Af.ortiey G-neral "i";is tnemtier of lli M.ij-sty's Fiivy
j Coutiti! auti Cabinet, t ut the rest of the time he had only to
; remain in his otiice. Itut it has been stated that it is impera
' tive for him tJ Httend Court on the other isl.inds, but the law
' gives hira j ermission to Sei I a deputy. The law has not
placed more duties upon the Attorney General, and consequent
ly I see no ue ot a clerk. Some may compare tlie clerks of the
j Minister of r'iuanee and Interior to the clerk of the Attorney
; General, but it is i.t so as the Ministers of finance an I Interior
; have to keep books. The duties of Attorney General will be
, Seen in the 8;h Mention of the Act Creating an Atterney General.
; Hon. Mr. I keke said Hint he was it: ftvor of striking out
. this item, us I hav-- mtii with my own eyes limt the gentleman
! does not do much business. 1 know the (ientiema-. who re- I
. quires a clerk and tti.it is the M;.rha!l. I expect the next a pro- J
i priatii n will be to pay t!ie tervanti who hand the Ministers
ineir ypoons, t,, hSi i ,,at lr,,. attorney (jeiieralclr.es not have
; a jirvat deal t do. and has plenty of time f.r his smoking, &c.
i Minister Harris ak-d if tlie member from Koolaulo ever
' saw the At'orn-.v tteneral wi'.li a t itfar in his looutli.
i Hon. Mr. l'k ke Ye I have, but don't remember the day.
but he-did not wHtit the Minister f Finance to et aiiirry with
him, as tie had no riid.t t.. because he w;is talking of the Attorney
Gen ral, and not of the Mmi-ier .of Kiuaiiee, and the Attorney
tJriera! was tlie one to tu'u'e exception to his remarks, and he
wit not in this A-'seml.iy.
Minister Harris r- tnaiked t tint if the member of KoolauroKo
had en the lute Attorney. Geiieral in the Cotirt house with a
fiuar in his mouth, and if he ha- seen him smoki-i;. it Is more
tbat :inylHdy ele has seen. It wrts Ihe custom in this Assem
bly t- mi 'ic, tnt no b.-dy ever saw him tiiuokiior in thi.4 House,
and he had h Id the oftjc . of Attorney General for sometime,
and does not ri'ineml r ever seeirnr the memb.-r of Kinilaupoko
in his office. And did not think that the Attorney -General
was addicted to the ue of tohcco.
Hi n. Mr. Smith thought that a irreat deal bad been ani.t In
j rrard to tl.e clerk of ti e i" ttorney-General. ind he neither
j knew or c.'.red. who would be npiMiinted, concluding with re
marks of the same purport as those made ly Minister Varijny.
lb-u. Mr. Kik.ini .said that ihe question before the House
was, whether tlie A ttorney-General be allowed a clerk or not,
and as far as he did not think that a clerk for that officer was
at all requisite.
Hon. Mr. Rhodes and I. Kalakaua spoke in favor of the ap
propriation. Hon. Mr. Kaunamnnn ntid t'keke spoke atrninst it.
Motion to strike out the Item was lost, ami the amount of
$lMo for clerk, passtd.
Salary one Circuit Judjre Oahn, 10.
Hon. Mr iKupnu proposed that action on this item be defer
red as a bill relatinc to it, had b.-t-n introduced carried.
Fal iry Cirouit Jn )pe Ila.vaii. f ".C00 piissed.
Salary Ciicu t Judue Maui, $2400 pas'-ed.
Hon. Mr. Kaknni moved as an amendment that this Item
read "-nof as many of the roads on Maui are lad to travel on
Mini.-ter'HutcliTaon moTed that the i(eui pass as it' reads
1 ApiroM-ition : ' '
Travelimr expenses ?00 p:issed.
Pal.iry (.'ir-iiit Judge Kauil. $ '.000 prissej.
S-ilary I'ollce Jusiiie Honolulu, ft. 00 p:isscd.
Hon. Mr. Kaunaoiauo moved Vj let it puss as in Appropria
Hon. Mr. Koawehunatril.i inrod fcif ninendment that the
item read $."i,0e0, instead of$t.000 as iu the Appropriation
Bill. As the I'oliee Justice was a very hard working man, and
hince hi-t Hdministr.-iti.iii in that court, crime was gr.-atly reduced.
Lost. Asset.. bly adjourned. . - ' .
.-. TwENTTrxiMii Day. May 28.'
Legislative Assembly '.met tit 11 aJm., pursuant
to udiournrnent. ..: .-
President II. II. Ml Kelcuanaoa and Vice Presi
dent, lion (J. 1! nodes, in the Chair.
Prayer by tlie; Chaplain. 1
Journal of preceding session read, and' on mo
' Petition from district of'Iiamakua praying, that
S700 be appropriated for Ihe harbor of Hoiionialino.
Referred to Committee on Internal Improvements.
Hon. Mr. Ukelvo, presented a resolution that the
petition of Madia and Kanakaole be considered
the first in order of the da v.
j Ou motion laid on the table, raised by the lion,
Hon. Mr. Kenoikai presented a resolution that
the Minister of I'inanee; pet apart, a sufficient sum
: to supply the.' police of the kingdom with distin
, guishing uniforms.'
On motion ol Hon. Mr. Kelnpio, resolution tabled.
Ii?cused on the bill to amend an Act relating
to Adultery and roinicatiou. on its third reading.
Mm motion of Hon. Mr. Wana. Assembly ad
journed till Tuesday, May 2nh. at 11 a. m.
TitiKTiKTii Day. May 29.
The Assembly opened with the usual proceed
ings. Minister Hutchison presented Ihe following letter
from 1 1 1- Majesty :
To tUt Xob.'t auJ lirjrt . ntitirnt of my People t
has ph-ased ti.xl in his iii.crut il-le providence, 10 ntraiu ntllict
tn.v-.elf. my futii'y. :nid the nation, by lecallin to Ilitnfelf my
h'-love.l lister U.-r lloval liliue-!i I'rince a Victoria K-iuiHrmitii
K uihuia inu, u ho died at her r-.-'idenee tnis uiorniii at 10 A.
M. Whne honitij; ml.iniss: vei y to the i.l of the Almighty,
your litv- :ui.l sy tnpa'hy for in -.!;' "n-l my Fatlur, your vhjl-V-able
l're-: lent, of -a I Ii !! e t -el ;--uie l In thit hour of bereave
ment, ui!l be our el.ieleit earthly inn?c laiion.
(.-iL-ned ) KiVlHlAMKHA U.
Iohn.i I;iluce, May lCli.
Hi. ii. J. .M. Smhli nmvcil tliat a cimnii.'ti'1 of Hvi
l.f appoiiiii'.I IV. mi tiu' House ti pivjian- a rt-jily to
His Majesty's letter.
( "ii n.otion of MinNt-r Harris, a eommittee of
seM-si were a;o.;n! -.1. ei-iii.-iinn- ot Hon. 1. V:t!ia
aoleltia. Hon. J. .M. .-':n.';!i. Hon. L. Kaana. Hon.
Mr. Hoir.ili. H .n. j;. H. JJ.,v d. Hon. T. Jlulnili ami
Hon. 1 1. ,. K.Jiu'm. m iveil several resolutions of
clnf iiem;e, wl.ioli ivcre adopted.
I Hon. J. M. Smith m ved that a cotusuittee
le appointed to j resent the reply to Hi Map
. 'ice lreMci!t ajfioii:ted the same
tl.at drew nr the reidv to t.ie.-eiit it.
Assembly adjourned till Thtirs l ty.
flltHfS IMON EKIl EST A II I.l Ml M E X T.
il w!.:, h is no-v in lu:I operation, has constantly on haud a
supply of v;.ri...i
MINDS ay S 11 IS ITS IX IIOM),
M iniii i.-ured ,'roiu tie: i ur . ;t m::ti rials, nod liirHt.'eed p r-
f.ctly Ii---- fr nil m ii.in-r of a!i. iteration, ai d of a nualily
e;ual. a streiith hi-her, and at piieis It Cll LOW Eli
than is u-ua!ly .leniau le I here, u .le up iu packaees an.l quant-tie,
to suit custom rs, e:her for bom" cnsuirptii.n or export.
A fair and uopr. ju li.v d trial is r. spe. tfii'.ly solicited; and il is
cantideiil'.y anticipat d that these re .lly '. me-t;C tii'eiulactur. s,
mad-exjlu-ively from the products of th se Hr ds, will de
serve and y-cure a decided preference from a .liscerninfr public.
Oi d rs will be received at the Works, or in th? I'ost o:Bce, llox
61. ard shad be prompt: a'.tend-.d to.
ZV-l 6a ' T. W. WARREN.
:ETS OF ACCOL.M HOOKS, ASSORTED
iis and st les.
Hill Hooks, tir.ler Ikx.ks,
Kecord H'0ks, Keceipt D.. ks,
Contrress Cap an I Letter Paj.er,
Superior Qaill Pens,
Peiiuison's Merchandi-se Tsr,
Portfolios. Twine li.wxes.
Cash Boxes, Cash Trays.
Notarial Seals, PjraMel Rulers.
lirauftl-.tinir Ku'ers, .Mathematical Instruments,
Lyelelin M achines. complete,
itar'.wout'j Metallic Piper Fastrner,
U il Head hox-s, Envelope liuxcs,
A tare variety f Ir.kstan ls,
Mahogany and r.owood Writimj De.ks,
Iiiai.k l abels. I.;:i H.iks. P.. hit llox. s,
Lackitatumon l-jar.ls and Chess Hoards.
2,000 OBiI Xftvsjvapcrs
SUITABLE FflR WRAPPING
icr le cheap, by the loo or 1000, by
H. M. 'WHITNEY.
JONATHAN HUNT, IVesid. ut. A. J. KALSTCN, Secretary.
X3 C 1 1- I o
CAPITAL STOCK, $750,000.
4 3 0 C a 1 i l'o r n i a Street,
rutins COM HA XV W1LI.TAKE M A RINK
Cargo, Commissions and Profits !
Ii vessels not rating lower than A 2, either in the Foreign
or I it ler-l ln Tnnlr. on fa vora'de terms aud tbe
undersigned ure the authorized a"ents cf the Cou.pany for
Ldoi k A ljuleI mill pnid here Iy iim in U. S.
For rates ol premium, 4fC. &c., apj.lv to
Ml ly RlrillOl & Co., Agents.
Tin: nuiTisii am fokkicn
3LKLE IXSLRAMi; COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester RuilUincs, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu.
J.1JIOPCr. 03-5.Ti52i:3x c? Co.
N. It. This Company takes risks ou goods only and not ou
vessels. , 609 6m
rilUK rXPrlKSIGXKP. tnt'XTS FOR the
Sl alove Company, have recently received instructions to re
duce the Ride of Premium on Stone and Itrick l'.uildinvs and on
Merchandise stored therein, mi l are now prepared to issue poli
cies on more favorable u riog than heretofore.
Risks takeu on UuiUiins, Machinery, .V.C.. on Su.'ir flauta
tions. - JAMUX, GKKKN if Co.,
AQKNT fORTHK HR.KMEX IJ0AUU OF UNDKKWR1TKRS.
; i Lb A VF.UAG K CLAIMS AG A IXST SAID
ft. Underwriters, occurring in or uhout this Kind' in, will
have to lie cert: lied tictore him. 510-Iy
If A YIISTricmi.ISRKMKN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rgtllK FNIF:RSIf:'Kl, Aecntsof the arove Coin
S pa'.iy, arc prepared to insure risks against tire io au
i'ov particulars apply at the office.
Honolulu 'Oct. 11. 1357. 47S-ly
MERCHAMTS' RT U T U A L
3IAii!.E MUM tflJIPlSr
Of .-iit Franelsco.
fjtlll .-s nr.HMuTlCi' UAVIXU liEEN
8 appointed a.'enta for the ahove Comptiny, ) leave to
inlorni the public that they ure now prepared to issue
MAIUXK IXSURAXCK I'OLllMKS OX
t'A RGOES, FREIGHT ami TREASURE.
4S4-ly WALKKR, ALI.KN A: CO.
UNION INSURANCi: C03I PAN Y
SN FRANCISCO. CAIjA.
Capital Stock, - $750,000.
CALKB t. fay
C1IAS. 1). HAVEN
. ...Makine Dibkctok.
rgiIIEIXIE"lSIGNEI liuve bet-u ln !'!
& agents for the above Company and are prepared to insure
CARGOES. FR1EGHT AX1 TREASURE.
For rates of premium, npp'y to
ALLEN & Co., Amenta.
'on rd i' UiMlcrwiiteis
rgtHE rXDKItSIGXKD HAVING RKF.X
m appointed ai;ents for the Sail Francisco Hoard ot I nder
The California Insurance Company,
The .Merchant Mutual Marine Insurance,
The Pacific Insurance Company,
The California Lloyds, and
The Home mutual Insurance Company.
IteR leave to inf. .mi M isters of Vessels and the public (.'ener
ally th.it a!l losses susliine.1 on VKSKI.S and CARijOE?,
itiMired by i-itlier of the above Companies n-iinst jierils of the
8-as :ind otle-r risks, iit or nerir the Sandwich Islands, will have
to be verified l y them.
015-Jui II. IIACKFELI) A: Co.
l.!LIFi!il.M lASHU ME 10MIMV.
reillK I'MEltSGXEU HAVE KEEN AU-
Jl ti.orize l to i-sue
Stores, Dwelling IIousts, I'urnitiiie and
otls iu Stores,
7.V IIOSOLVLU AX I VICIX1TY.
Losses n ljurted nl p i"ul here by us in U. S. gold coin.
For rates oi Premiums and particulars apply to
11. II ACKKiiLP Jt Co., agents.
rglHE 1MJEI1SH;.EI AEXTS THE
B a'-ive Cou.p iny, have beer, authorized to insure risks on
CA!tr:o. riii:n:iiT and t it i:sfr nr..
by ASTFI'.-s from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
Uroup. and v.ce versa.
471-ly II. IIACKFELD 4 CO.
fit HE rXDKUSlfJXKI) IIAVIXG IJEEX
3. appointed Acents for the above company, hop leave lo
nform the the public, that they are now prepared to Issue
M A It I V E I X S IT K A N C E IM) MCIF.S
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts of the
Honolulu, April 2 to2.
I1ACKFELD & CO.
CASTILE -V COOIi E,
a lPOI XTED BY HIUEI.O W Ai IIROTIIEU.
j of San Francisco. Aents for the well known MAKl.Ni;
INst HACE COMPANIES
The X. V. I'heni. mmrtk "S 1 .OOO.OOO.
Anil Hie X. V. Security. ii Ih S3.OOO.000.
Are prepared to take rks upon CA Rt.O, TliEASL'RE
and FREimiTS. to and from all parts of the world
aeainst partial or total loss from War or Marine hazards, upon
the most favorable terms.
ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
Xew England I,ife liinriit-e Couipnny,
A -or It 2,U30.000.
All risks taken upon the most favorable terms. 6X3-6ru
Hawaiian Marriage Certificates.
JRICE St KR DOZEN.
tci ii.: ty
Sugar and Molasses
CHOP NOW CUMI.VG 1N .VXU FOR SAL. E
in quantities to suit purchasers by
521-3IU C. BRF.WKR & CO.
JOW COMIXC IX.
for Sale by
51-Siu C. lliiinVF.R & Co., agents.
W IL. 1AV
JL the highest market price for
HARD SUGARS, AND
First and Second Molasses!
H'lTH OR WITHOUT CO.V TAIXERS.
WALKKJi, ALLEN & CO.,
SUGAR & MOLASSES,
i . -:;3LB &&J., -,
CROP COMING IN. For sale by
521-8m WALK ER A LLEN & Co.
BUTCHER KXIVEsT JACK KNIVES,
l'able Knives and Ftirks, Pocket KniC3,
Scissors, 8w Files, Percussion Caps,
Double Barrel Fowlir.K pieces, Uog Chains,
5)iV jtTf Vrrtz-K "Viitlo
BEST OOLOXG TKA,
"Preserved Ginger in jars. Currants in glass jars,
Raisins ia.pJ:ifR jars. Salad Oil,
Triple Vinegar in demijohns,
Wine Vinegar in cases, Stearin Candles,
Ultrauiarin, Gcrmau Cigars.
519 2m At MELCIIERS tr Co.'s.
ST" O 37 S d X O -
FRENCH CL4RKT IX' CASES,
French Claret in ilerr ijohns.
Burgundy Wine in cases. Hock Wine,
l'ale Sherry in wood arul bottled,
Genuine Heidsick Champagne, in quarts and pints. '
619 2m At MELCIIERS ft Co.'i.
LACK AXI BLUE 1JKO ADCLOT II,
Ki Hickory Stripes, Uerlin Wool,
Checked Cotton, Panthon Stuff,
Turkey Red and Yellow 1'riuts,
Silk P.areire, Hl'ick S Ik Velvet,
I! luck Silk Hat Ribbons.
Bielfeld Linen, Ilunt'ng,
Silk Velvet Ribbons, hlack and colored;
Cotton t'ndi rshirts. ller.iin Frocks and Trowsers, ,
Cotton Thread in halls. Worsted Lasting,
Silk I'nderohiru Woolen JUancets, Woolen Comforters
tlent's Rrown Cotton Socks, liundee Hemp CanVHiis,
liurlai't , etc., etc.
519 -Jtu At ME IX HERS & Co.'s.
Oirers For Sale nt his Store on Fort St.,
A LARGE VARIETY OF
New and Desirable Goods!
LATELY RECEIVED, VIZ:
II A MB R A V I-AW.NS.
Very latest styles of French Prints aud French Printed
Printed de Limes, I'hiin de Laines, Scotch Plaids,
A laree lot of new Woolen Iiress G.wmIs,
Fine White C.iton, Linen Wheeling, Irish Lineup,
Fancy Check Woolen Shawls,
LADIES' BLACK SILK BASQ.UIXES,
Ilichly trimmed, of the very Intent xtylts.
Breakfast Shawls and Capes.
ALL SHADES OF DOUBLE, SIXGLE AND SPLIT
Embroidery Canvass, All widths of black and white Elastics,
BLACK SILK MATA LACE.
THREAD LACE, SAGOSSA LACE,
LADIES' FIXE EMBROIDERED CORSETS,
EMBROIDERED J.Vf.V CORSETS,
Ladies' White and Colored Kid Gloves,
i 1.23 per pair.
LADIES' PRUX ELLA GAITERS, of the very best kind
Ladies White and Iiiack Kid Slippers,
A large variety of Children's and Misses' Shoes,
SOOO YARDS OF EMBROIDERED CAMBRIC AXD
MUSLIX IXSERTIOXS AXD EDG1XGS,
SUPERIOR DRESS SILKS,
Lining Silks. Black and white Foundations,
F'ine white Wash Nets, White and black Silk Illusions,
An elegant lot of Artificial Flowers and Wrralhi,
ltonr.et Ribbons, I'eltin and Velvet Ribbons,
White and Colored Tarletons, Nainsooks,
Rook and Swiss Muslins, Curtain Stuff, Furniture Frints,
O'enadine Muslins, White and Fancy Hushes,
Crochet, Knitting, Embroidery and Spool Cottons,
Lining Silks. Worsted and Silk Findings,
Indies' Head Drops and Hair Netts,
Paper Cambrics, Silisias fr dress lininps.
Ladies' Buck-kin. kid and lisle Gauntlets,
Small Hoop Skirts,
Ladies' and Children's fine white cotton and lis!? thread Hose.
White and brown table Linen arid Napkins,
White Linen Diaper, Ladies' Cloth and Cloakings,
Fancy Blankets and Ponchos,
A LARGE VARIETY OF
LADIES' D II ESS TRIMMINGS!
Superior French Fans, Ladies' Fancy Oarters and Belts
Gilt Lace and Braids, Jet Buttons, all siz-s;
A large variety of bra?-', pearl and porcelain buttons,
A CHOICE LOT OF
PCKFU3IERY, II .-VI It BRUSHES AND
COMBS, &c. &c.
All the above Goods will he sold at low and reasonable prices
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. 616 3m
AG II EE. ME NT BLANKS.
Mm tween Masters and Servants the ou'y authorized form
Price tl,OI) per Dozen.
Tor ole ty
II M. WHITNEY
grQ XM&&2 r u
JUST RECEIVED FROM
.4 FEW KEGS OF EXTRA Xo. 1 SUGAR.
jL Fur sale in small lots by
JAN ION, GKEEX Co,
Agents Kaalaea Plantation.
East Maui Plantation.
Sugars aiikl. aflolasscs,
CROP XOW COMING IX, AXD ollrrrd
for sale iu uautitiei to suit by
11. HACKI ELD CO.,
a-1 -3m A pent.
IROM THE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
sale in quantities to suit by
619-am WALKKR, ALLEN Co.
Sugar & Molasses !
oxo ji b: vij a it tat i o rv.
CROP SOW COMING IVAXD FOR SALE
in quantities to suit purchasers bv
519-3m WALKER, ALLEN & CO
Siigsir and MoSasscs,
FRM TIIE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
sale iu quantities to suit by
Ma am WALKER, ALLEN & Cc.
KAE & ADAMS.
Sugar and Molasses !
FROM THE ABOVE MILLS FOR SALE
in quantity to suit by
519 -am WALKER, ALLEN k Co., Agents.
OA II U ;1JLA1VT ATIOIV.
SAM'L G. WILDER, PROPRIETOR.
Sugar and Molasses !
CROP COMING IN, FOR SALElNQUAX
tities to suit by .i , . .
WALKER, ALLEN & Co., Aget.ti.
LAIIAINA SUGAR CO.
. i . i . i . ; :
. Sugar aiil MoIas.scK
619 3m WALKER," ALLEN po., Agents.
SUGAR & MOLASSES
: . OF ' '
THE IIAWAIIAN SUGAR MILL.
Crop of 180C.
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT BV
6173m C A SILK & COOKK.
Sugar & Molasses
Plantation of T. H. Hobron.
CROP NOW COMING IN AM) FOR SALE
in quantities to suit purchasers by
499 6m JAS. M. GREEN, sgent.
Sugar & Molasses
KOIIAIiA SUGAR CO.
17IOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT BV
811-3m CASTLE it CtJOiS.it.
KAIWIKI PLANTATION .'
Sugars and TIo Basses,
7VTOW COMING IN ANI FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit, by
MELCIIEK3 k CO.
Waikapii Plantation !
11. COUNWKLL, Proprietor.
Sugar and Molasses
I71ROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
619iiu GEO. C. McLEAN, A (rent.
Sugar and Molasses !
FOR SALE BV
5a3ui C. BREWER & Co., agents.
New Crop of
Sugar & Molasses !
7VTOW COMING IN.
11 For Sale by
C. BREWER & Co., agents.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAIIAINA !
flROI' COMING IN ANI FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers by
WALKER, ALLEN & CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM METCALF PLANTATION !
CROP COMING IN AM) FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers hy
5ie-Srn WALKER, ALLEN if CO.
Sugar & Molasses
From Lihue Plantation !
ClROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
' quantities to suit purchasers by ty
16 2m WALKER, ALLEN & CO.