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NA'ITHDAY, MAY 1, 1880.
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Satiuiiay, May 1, 1HS0.
Tho Legislative Assembly was
called to order by lion, (bulfroy
Khotles, at 10 o'clock. As no chap
lain hail bcon elected, ho asked if
nnv ordained minister was present
to open the meeting. The Hew S.
"Wniwniolc (.hereupon came forward
and delivered an opening prayer.
Ir. 1'earcc read the minutes of
the opening session.
Mr. Knlun, of Laliaina, moved
that a committee of three be ap
pointed, as usual, lo examine the
credentials of representative"..
Mr. Katilukou moved in amend
ment that the roll be llr.st called.
The amendment carried and the
roll was called, the following being
present: Fred. II. llayselden, .1.
Kcau, IC. K. LiliUalani and .1. T.
linker, Honolulu; A. Kauhi, Hwa
and Waianae ; .le-.se Amara. Waia
lua; Cecil Hrown, Koolauloa; A-a
Kaulia, Koolaupoko; !. L. Jvaulu
kott, llilo; .1. K. Kaunamano. Ila
makua; J. K. Kahalc, N. Kona; I).
J I. Tallinn, S. Kona; .1. W. Kalua.
Lahaina ; .1. A. Kaukau. Kaanapali ;
Geo. K. JJichard'-on and W. 1.
Castle, "Yailuku: C. II. Dickey.
Makawao; K. v. Kaai, liana; L.
A. Thurston and A. 1. l'achaole,
Molokai and J.auai; S. IS. Dole,
Lihuc; K. L. Kauai, "Waiinea; 0.
15. Palohau, ilanalei. The absen
tees were Frank Tallin, llilo; Dr.
"Wight, Kohala; J. Kauhane, Kau :
E. Kekoa, 1'ima; and L. Aholo,
Members of (he House by virtue
of their Cabinet positions pro-cut
were: the Ministers of Foreign
Affairs and Interior, and the Attorney-General.
The members of the House oi
Nobles present were : C. 15. Hisliop,
J. O. Domiuis, .1. I. Dowsctt, A.
S. Cleglioin, (i. Miotics, C. II.
.Itidd, H. G. "Wilder, II. Kuihelani,
.luiiius Kaae, Jolin K. Hush, .1. S.
"Walker, 1 1. Kanoa, G. "W. JIsic
farlanc and Samuel Parker. The
absent Nobles were: The Minister
of Finance, J. 1. Parker, P. isen
berg (out of the Kingdom), J. Molt
Smith, (do.), II. A. Widcnmnn anil
J. II. S. Martin.
Mr. Kalua's motion was then put
and carried, and the chairman ap
pointed, as a committee on creden
tials, Messrs. Kaunamano, llaysel
den and Castle.
Mr. Dole moved the House ad
journ for half-an-hour, pending the
report of the committee.
Mr. Kaai stated that Mr. S.
Paikcr had been appointed lo the
House of Nobles in place of Mr.
IvMima. deceased, and asked that
the Chief Justice be sent for to ad
minister the oath to Mr. Paiker.
Mr. Dole's motion was withdrawn,
and Mr. Kaai's suggestion ruled
out of order, as the Assembly was
not yet organized.
After a long silence, while the
committee was out, Mr. C. Hrown
rose to a point of order, saying that
under rule 01 of this Legislature
one of the duties of the Judiciary
Committee was to examine tho cre
dentials of members, lie thought
the first duty of the House was to
elect a President, after which the
remaining work of organization
could be proceeded with.
Mr. Kaulukou agreed with the
Mr. Hush (Noble) did not think
it regular for lepresentatives elect,
who were not yet members of the
Assembly, to pas-, upon the creden
tials of members,.
Mr. Kaulukou challenged (he
right of a Noble to question his
position as an elected representative.
The House of Nobles, without the
presence of (ho House of Repre
sentatives, could not constitute the
Tho Attorney-General stated the
practice of the Legislature to have
been the appointment of a commit
tee on credentials, to report bcfoie
organization. "When the report was
received, such as were not already
members should be hworn.
Mr. Kalua supported the course
that was being taken.
The Chair ruled that tho appoint
ment of a cominittou on credentials
had taken plnco according to the
psual custom in these islands. The
merely on the prima lacie view ot
the truth of the credentials of each
member. After tho Assembly is
organized each member will have to
present his credentials to the Judi
ciary Committee. This as far as
he temembered, had been the cus
tom nt every session of the Legisla
tive Assembly since he entered it.
Mr. Kauiiamano presented the re
p'oit of the committee, which was
favorable to all the members con
cerned. Mr. Kaai moved a committee be
appointed to wait on the Chief Jus
tice and request him lo attend (he
Assembly and administer (he oatli to
new members. The motion carried,
nnd the mover, with Messrs. Kaulu
kou and C. Hrown. were appoinlcd
His Honor A. F. Judd. Chief Jus-
lice of the Kingdom, accordinaly at
tended in his robes of olllcc, and ad
ministered the oath to Air. Samuel
1'aiker, noble, and all the represen
r.l.KCTION of oiTicr.it.
Mr. Kaai then nominated Hon. J.
S. Walker, Noble, lo the position of
Mr. Dole nominated Hon. Godfrey
1 Miotics, Noble.
Mr. (Miotics returned his thanks
lo Iho ncntleincu who had, on
former occasions, done him the
honor of electing him to the impor
tant, honorable and responsible
position of President of this Assem
bly. Hu had already (Hied the place
several times, and the present nomi
nation ntfoided him greater gratifi
cation, in that it proclaimed to him
that his course previously, in how
ever much he had failed, bail been
satisfactory lo his friends and the
public generally. lie should always
leuieniber the present nomination
with the kindest feelings toward the
members who bad so generously
suppoited him; but, as some of
them knew, his health had not been
good and be did not feel equal to
the responsibilities of the olllcc. In
tlecd, it was his intention, at no dis
tant day, provided he did not be
come bettei. to ask the indulgence
of the house lo allow him to proceed
for a change of air to a colder
climate. Under tho-e ciicumstanccs,
although sonic gentlemen might
think him able to perform the duties,
yet, in order that there might be no
break in the continuity of the As
sembly, he would prefer to decline
the nomination. "Willi these few re
marks he threw himself on the in
dulgence of the house with the most
Mr. Kalua nominated Hon. C. II.
Hisliop, Noble, who had been a
member of the Assembly for a great
Mr. Kaulukou said both members
were equally llttcd for the position;
therefore he hoped the members
would vote for Mr. "Walker.
.Messrs. Dickey and Haker were
appointed tellers, and a ballot being
taken resulted as follows: Votes
cast :i(): Walker, 22; Hisliop, 10;
Mr. Walker was accordingly de
clared elected, and, taking the
chair, said: Nobles and L'epiesenta
tives: 1 am not insensible of the
honor that you have been pleased
to confer upon me, neither am J
unmindful of the duties and respon
sibilities. Looking back to the past
session many of you who were here
will remember that the chair has
been filled by a gentleman of great
ability and large parliamentary ex
perience which I cannot claim. I
am prompted to remind you that the
President is simply the presiding
olllcer to be governed by the rules,
precedent and practice, and without
your aid and support will not be
able to carry on the business of the
session in a satisfactory manner.
Craving your indulgence for my
many shortcomings, a ml promising
you that I shall discharges the
duties of the position to the best of
my ability, let mc thank you for the
honor that you have been pleased lo
confer on inc.
Mr. S. Kaai, of liana, nominated
Mr. L. Aholo for Vice-President.
Mr. Kalua, of Lahaina, said Mr.
Aholo was not there, and so far as
the Assembly knew lie was not yet
a member. lie moved the election
be postponed till all the members
Mr. Dole said the house was or
ganizing without rules, and moved
the adoption of the rules of last ses
Mr. Hush thought Mr. Kalua's
motion was asking too much of the
house. If Mr. Aholo wanted to he
Vice-President, he should be there.
There weie other representatives
competent to 1111 (he olllcc.
Mr. Kichardson, of "Wailuku, said
some Nobles would not be present
Mr. Kalua said his motion meant
Mr. lMchardson said he saw that
, the member elect for Puna (Air.
I Kekoa) had been fined, and he did
i not know but ho was working out
i his line. (Laughter.)
The motion was agreed (o.
Mr. C. Hrown nominated Mr. .1.
' K. Wiseman for Secretary of Assem
bly. Mr. Domiuis nominated Mr.
K. A. Pearce. The ballot resulted:
Wiseman 17, Pearce L0, two persons
tMSEwn wa, cieotea.Haw'n Opera House
Sergeant-ai-Arms oy acciamaiion.
Kalanipoo was elected messenger,
defeating Ailau 21 to IT).
Jlev. J. Wninmau was elected
chaplain by acclamation.
Sam Kuula was elected janitor
over two rivals.
Mr. W. L. Wilcox was elected
interpreter by acclamation.
Mr. Dole moved that a committee
of three be appointed to draft an ad
dress In reply to Ills Majesty's
speech opening the Assembly.
.Mr. Kaulukou was in favor of the
motion, suggesting that some Noble
be placed on the committee, and
nominated Mr. S. Parker as chair
The motion carried and the Presi
dent began by naming Mr. Dole,
when Mr. Kaulukou interrupted the
chnir, saying he had nominated Mr.
S. Parker. Tlic President proceed
ed, naming Messrs. Kaunaniano and
Parker, and adding, " the latter to
Mr. Thurston, of Molokai and
Lanai, rose lo a point of order,
claiming that by rule all committees
are to be appointed by the Presi
dent, and the first member named
must be chairman, unless the com
mittee appoints another itself, lie
appealed from the ruling of the
chair appointing Mr. Parker as
The chair allowed the objection.
The Secretary ami Interpreter
weic sworn in, after which, on mo
tion of Mr. Kaai, the house ad
journed till Monday, at 10 o'clock.
! ! I -! I !,
ADIVIDKND of Twenty Dollars a
Shaie will lie due and p.iynlitc to
the SlocUioldnu or tin- ICohala Sugar
Ooinnanv on MONDAY, llie ;lid lust., at
Castle it CookuV.
' .1. 15 AIIIEKTOX.See'y.
Honolulu. .Mnv 1, lili. :H7:ll
I N'YONE who is willing to give any
J:X. ii)-dslanco I" those who suffered by
the lire of the 18th day of April, 18M5, U
hereby cordially invited to send his
donation lo the Hon. S. M. Damon,
Treasuier, and notify W. C. Aehl, the
Sericl.-irv, for notice In newspapers.
II. It. Jt. LIUUOKAbANl.l'rcs..
II WATEKHOUSK, Em;., Vice-Pies.
HON. S. M DAMON, Treasurer,
W. C. ACII1, Secretary.
HOX.JNO. I,. KAULUKOU,
HON. .IAS. KEAU,
KEV.T. WAIAMAU. pllTtf
Enthusiastic ltecepllon of the Artists.
At 'J O'elock,
Grand Ladies' IVIatincc.
Cti'tiitd Clmmbor CoikmsvI,
And hy Itcipiesl,
" IL DON ' PASQUALE."
C3F" Suhscrihurs ate notilled that the
Matinee is Included In the series.
Ill FORT STREET,
(Store formerly occupied liyC. E.'WH.
lining, expict by Mcuiner to-day,
Fresh. Goods on Ice
Eish, Vtn' tallies, rult and
317 LEW IS & CO
Sale by Auction, of
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Xo. StJ Tort Street. Popnlnr Stiinil. fiooitw. Trior.
Complete Line of Fresh Groceries and Provisions :
Crosse & MuukwcII's 1'ieserves and Coudlinuiils,
Cutting l'ncklng Co.'s "
Macondrav fc Co.'s English Hreakfast Oolong Japan and Comet M Tea's,
Cala Uruclicr Co's i'lnhi and Fancy Crackers, every variety;
Sun .lose Packing Co.V Premium Fruits In glass Jars;
Major Oiey's genuine Bombay Chutney, quarts:
Kennedy it Co.'s Iloton Cream Hlscuits,
Peak, Frean & CoV aborted Fnncy biscuits, '
Holmes & Cnutls' Sea Foam Wafers,
Cereals for Breakfast, in patent weave) proof 1011). tins; . ,
Canned, Curried. I'otted and Deviled .Meals, Fowl and Fish,
Evaporated, l'eeled and Filled Fruits,
Jliilshl and every variety of Null-,
Boneless Anchovies, .Mackerel and Sardints In Oil,
Chocolate, sweet and unsweetened Cocoa and CocoaMna,
Pure Maple Syrup, Huston brown lliead,
Our Ice House Goods,
Uv every steamer, Is a special feature, comprising Fresh Koll Butter, Oysters, shell
and tin ; Fish, Fruits nnd every delicacy as It comes into the San Francisco market.
Orders by Telephone received and Deliveries Made in an Hour
after Steamer Docks.
3S Quality of all Ooods L'uaranteed
and W'aiklkl dally. P.
rautccd. Prompt deliveries to all parts of the City
). llox No. 4:Wi Both Telephones No. 1I!0. -a
IIE undersigned, having
By older of F. N. Utrumh.i, 1 will -ell
at Public Auction,
On Wednesday, 3! ay rtli.
At 10 a.m., al tin- new s-lmo adjoin
ing the Miooling Gallery, Fort
-ireet, a splendid asonment of
Bu-t or II. Jl. Knlakaua, Her late MaJ-
t-j-ly Qui en Euiiiui. Kumehamelm I.,
etc Abo, a cli'dio lot of
WALKING- CANES, etc.,
"Will he on view Tuesday, Slay -f tit.
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
:tl7 :it Auctioneer.
JUST OPENED UI
a fixk liixa: or
X appoin'ed Admiiilstrntois of the
Estate of AL1U (ch ). late of Honolulu,
deceased, nulice is hereby given lo all
peions to present their claims against
tho Estate of said Alio, made up to
March 20, 18Sii, duly authenticated
whether seemed bv inoitgime or other
wise, to J. F. Hackfeld, at the olllcc of
II. Hackfeld it Co., Queen street, Mono
lulu, within six months from the dale
hereof, or they will be forever barred,
and all persons indebted to said Estate
are hereby requested to make immediate
ptivnicnt thereof to thu said .1. T. Hack,
refd. .1 F. HACKFELD,
Adm'lors of llie Estate ot Alio, deu'd.
Honolulu, AprM3, 1880. !U7 nt
f till v convinced Unit thu
Hi-venlli dii'v ol the week Is not thu
tine Sahlialli, which wu mm-commanded
to observe and keep, I shall, on ami
after the llrot day ot May, 188U, run the
busine.-H al the
as uMial, on Saturdays until 11 cm ,and
continue to fell the bcl of every kind
of Liquors as heretofore, not u-iug as
an inducement to palm oil' liquors ot nil
inferior quality, the blandifchments of
Boston Clam Chowder and other dell,
cacius manufactured in a second rale
Thanking friends and the public gen
erally fr past favois, and hoping for a
continuance of the same.
F. L. LESLIE,
Manager lloyal Saloon.
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Unt rimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
EST The finest ENGLISH ALE, on
draught, 10 cents a glass, iced, j.317 2w
Mortgagee's Adjourned Sale
At 12 i., at Salesrooms of E. V. ADAMS
tfc Co., will hu bold, a large number of
Fine Tracts of Land
in small paicels, in both town and conn,
try, lor residence ml for cultivation.
An unequalled chaucu for tho small
capitalist and Investor, as well as small
farmer. Laud on Hawaii, on Maui, on
Molokai and on (Mini.
DO NOT EOKGET IT.
Monday noon, May
rooms of E. I1
ilrd, at the auction
. Adams it Co.
For further paillciilaif, enquire of
not nominated one each, Nt. lcurco
J HE UK BY respectfully notify my
friends and the public in general,
that I have 1 amoved my business to tho
Hawaiian Canlago Manufacturing Co.,
where I can ho found to attend to my
customers as usual. Soliciting a con.
tlnuancu of their patronage, and thank
ing tho public for past favors,
I am, most sincerely vours,
E. G. SOIIUMAN.
Honolulu, April SO, 1880, HIS lm
HOY lo attend Oaiden work, clean
Hoise and jIiil'l'.v, and drive a
little. A good home offered, and 10 a
month. Apply to .1. K. tt ISEMAX,
Hit Oen'l Business Aui nl.
HAVING been appointed hy the Su
pit me Court the guardian of the
pel son and er-lnleof .I011X HOBELLO.
round byiheCouil to be incapable of
taking care of himself, all persons are
hereby warned against having any deal,
lugs with the said John Itobello, and all
parties having any claim- against him
tiru lieieby notified to present thu same
to .). Ilyiiiau, and all pailies owing the
tald .John Jtobello are requested to
settle with J. Ilvnmii afoie-aid.
M. A. GONSALVES,
Honolulu, April 211, 1S-0. liia lm
Valuable Land in
Nuuanu Valley at Auction.
On SATURDAY, May Sth,
t 12 o'elock, noon, at our Salesiooin,
Queen street, we will sell at public aue.
t ion, all that line tract of Laud known ai
Hi of Kahapaakai,
situated in Nuuanu Valley, three miles
from King street, containing 24 78100
acie-. This laud 1 rouls on thu Nuuanu
Government ICoad, and Is well fenced.
There are on the land
A Dwelling Houso, Chicken House, etc.
A stream of fiesh water run through
tho place This oilers it desirable
chance for Investment. Tltlu perfect,
terms at sale.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
illti St Auctioneers.
Cattle & Sleep Ranch
Situate in Makawao and Kula, Maui,
thu propct ly of the Etatc of tho late
Charles 11. Alexander, will hu sold, at
public miction, In Honolulu, about thu
Last of EVJay' Next.
The Properly consists of about
30,000 Are of Land
In Fee Simple,
600 head of Cattle, moro or less,
4,500 head of Sheop, moro or less,
3T Maps of the land can ho been,
and full pattlculara obtained at tho
CHAS. JT. FISHEL.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol itml ts:5 lovt Street.
tt'e are pleased to announce the arrival of our immense latge Invoice of
Dry tODuS, Fancy IMs, Laces, lien,
Clothing and G-ent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now offering unpiecedcnted and unrivalled Bargains in all ourdeparlm'ts.
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pleees of very line Victoria Lawn at $2 apiece, 10 yards; a very
largo as-oriment of new Spring stjles In I.nwns, 4-4 .Batiste, Sateens, plain
11 guild and brocaded, white Pique and a full Hue of Drcts Goods, the Intest out.
Lace Bonclo, X-iacliej"' Tricot Clotli
in all the new shades; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 40 cents,
tho best value ever offered.
Just received, 11 tho latest styles in Hoys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Hoys Blue Klanel Sailor Soils at $2.G0 a Suit. Just received, direct from
Misses aim wiiii
which we oiler nt bed-rock prices.
S. CO UN & CO., Proprietors
L. A. TlIUltSTON,
805 tf 38 Merchant Street.
ViiHclliu- Ciiniilior let'.
ViihuIIiio Cold Ci'vnni,
ViihcHiio Hair Oil,
ViiNelliit) Hewlni; Maehliiu Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P.O. BOX 3 IS.
Heal Estate Agent,
Honolulu, IT. I.
Custom House Broker,
ninshin Aircnt. Manager Hawaiian Oneui Houso.
Great Burlington llailroad Agent Firo and Lifeilnsuranco Agent.
in America. (iv ly;
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