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THURSDAY, MAY L'O, 188C.
WTES AMI QUERIES.
Mr. Ivenu offered a icsoluliou In
the uuuc yesterday to the effect
that the Hoard of Kdtiention be re
quested to establish an English
school at IMonnalua. A very reason
able request. .Monnaliiu i. quite a
populous neighborhood, with many
families of young children, is throe
'miles from Honolulu, and seems en
titled to mi Kngl'sh school.
"The men who do tin- work of
the people should be adequately
paid." Honorable, competent, dili
gent men should be selected to fill
the otllces of government, and be
properly paid for the faithful dis
charge of their trust. A sailor,
"born on the ocean wave and cradl
ed on the deep," should not be put
nt the tail of a plow, nor a landsman
entrusted with the Navigation of a
ship. Neither should a man be plac
ed in u government olllcc, without
aptitude or training for the position,
and paid for the performance of
work that he cannot and does not
do. Appoint suitable men, sec thnt
they do their duty, and pay them
sufficiently for it. Jut tlo not place
a figure-head in oflicc, whose incapa
city or indolence disqualifies him for
the position, and pay hint for the
performance of work that is done
by a subordinate for a mere pittance.
Pay the man who does the work,
and pay him well. Some Govern
ment ollicials are paid too much, and
others are not paid enough. Cut
down tho salaries of the former and
increase those of the latter. The-e
are our sentiments.
House onened at 1(1
Prayer was offered by the Chaplain.
The Secretary read the minutes of
yesterday's sessions, which were
Hep. Richardson presented a peti
tion (1) from residents of Wailuku
for the laying of water pipes in the
town of Wailuku. liefcri ed to Com
mittee on Public Lands. (2) From
'18 residents of the same plaee, ask
ing that an appropriation be made
for it market at Wailuku. Referred
to same committee. ('!) Knnn Wai
luku prayig that liquor dealers out
sideof Honolulu benotallowedtosell
liquor in bottles without drawing the
corks. Referred to Committee on
proposed bill for the restriction of
the liquor trallic.
Rep. Nahalo presented a petition
from residents of North Kona that
the port of Kailtui be made a pott of
entry. Laid on the table to be con
sidered with a bill already before
the house with the same object in
Rep. Baker presented a petition,
with I Oil signatures, of residents of
Honolulu, praying that an nppiopria
tion of 81,000 be made for the im
provement of roads and bridges be
tween Maiinalua and Moiliili. Re
ferred to Committee on Public
Rep. Kaulia presented a petition
for an appropriation of 810,000 for
a breakwater at Kaalaea. Referred
to same committee.
Rep. Nahale presented a petition
from 80 residents of North Kona,
that .the road supervisor in chief for
Hawaii bu removed and a road super
visor be appointed in each district.
Laid on the table to be considered
with n bill already introduced for
the same purpose.
Minister Gibson rose tcj make
answer to the resolution passed on
motion of Rep. Dole, on a previous
day, for an explanation of tho dis
missal of the late Hawaiian Consul
at .Brussels. I lis Excellency said,
he assumed the resolution referred
to the lato Consul-General for
Belgium. He objected to such en
quiry. If based upon a petition of
a party aggrieved seeking redress,
there would be proper motive for
the enquiry, but when no ground of
complaint is set forth and tho en
quiry is prompted merely fo gratify
someone's desire to pry into an
official transaction, no public in
terest is subserved thereby. How
ever, in compliance with the request
of the house, although he trusted
(his circurostnneo would not bo cited
as a precedent, he staled that com
plaints were made to hltn, in 1884,
thnt the Consul hint refused to cer
tify Invoices of goods shipped to
Honolulu ; and in correspondence
with him on tho subject his manner
of discussion conveyed the tmpre
sion that he was not a man of suit
able temperament to fill the position,
and that ho indulged in stiong per
sonal antagonism to persons engaged
in developing the slender trade car
ried on between Belgium and Ha
waii, and from his own letters and the
public press of Belgium it was
learned thnt he had deviated from
the course implicitly laid down in
the general consular instructions,
that II. M.'s Consiil-Geucral " must
scrupulously abstain from all inter
ference in the internal affairs of the
country where he resides," and that
this gentleman had become an active
and strongly partisan participator in
the municipal politics of Brussels,
upon which ho was requested to
tender his resignation.
Rep. Dole moved tho report be
accepted, and said he was pleased
with the explanation ; but was sorry
to hear the terms of the preamble,
which he considered wus Imperti
nent, in an answer to a request of
this house, and referred to the pre
cedent of the British Parliament,
where Ministers are expected to
answer ciuestions for the informa
tion of the house on matters of
public interest. On behalf of the
house he expressed Ins disapproval
of the tone of the preamble.
Minister Gibson said the house
had passed a resolution yesterday
that members intioducing resolu
tions be lequircd to give icasons
therefor, and he wns sorry it wus
not amended to apply to enquiries
of Ministers. This resolution was
one involving enquiry into pergonal
character, and might include a
demand for correspondence which
could not be submitted without the
approval of His Maje-ty. The lion,
member could have obtained all in
formation necessary by calling at
the Foreign Olllcc, where he would
no doubt have been allowed to lead
all the correspondence on the sub
ject. He was sure the house would
exonerate him from the charge of
intentionally offering disrespect to
Rep. Kaulukoii moved an amend
ment that the Minister's icport be
Rop. Dole read the report of the
Special Committee appointed to en
quire into tho items of salaries for
assistant storekeeper, mini statis
tical elcik, and storekeeper of
steamer warehouse in the Finance
Department. Committee are of
opinion that further assistance to
the ;5tuie,l;eqer VJWlW facilitate the
business of his department, unil'rc
commend a salary of $2,400 be ap
propriated for an assistant store
keeper, and that the appropriation
of 81,200 for storekeeper otbtciuner
warehouse be struck out, with the
inidcrstniidiii!! that the steamer
warehouse be plaee in charge of tho
storekeeper of bonded warehouses
and his assistant. The committee
do not think an additional statistical
clerk needed, and recommend that
the item of 82,400 for this purpose
be struck out. Laid on the table to
be considered with the Appropria
Rep. Kauhane read a resolution
that 85,000 be appropriated for the
Government to secure possession of
the wharf at llonuapo, Kuu, Hawaii,
for the use of the public. Laid on
the table to be considered with the
Rep. Dole moved that the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs be requested
to inform the house of the objects
of Mr. Dnggetl's mission to Wash
ington and of the results of said
mission, i no non. lncmocr i cumin
cd that a similar resolution was in
troduced on Monday, but was shut
off Ivy the order of thu day being
Minister Gibson said that he had
no objection to giving the house the
information, and he might give it
now, but in a few hurried words
some points might be omitted, but
that at another time he would fur
nish an answer in writing. The
Rep. Dickey moved that 81,000
be appropriated for the repair of
roads and bridges in Mukawao, in
addition to the road taxes, Laid on
the tablo to be considered with the
Rop. Kaunamano moved for a
committee of 1!) members, 4 from
Hawaii, -I fmin Maui, a froin'Oahu
and 2 from Kauai, to take into con
sideration the matter of pay of con
stables throughout the Kingdom,
and the pay of thu police in Oahu,
also the I llh, I2th, Ultli and Mth
items in the Attorney-General's de
partment. Minister Neumann proposed an
amendment, accepted by tho mover,
that "the Kith item, of incidentals"
Noble Widcmann objected to a
member of the house naming a com
mittee for any such purpose, that no
such rule should obtain.
Rep. Kaunamano said it Intel been
tho practice, and if the house does
not approve of thu committee
selected by him, they need not
adopt the resolution. Carried.
Rep. Brown said he did not wish
to serve on tho committee.
Tho question, "Will the House
excuse Mr. Brown;" met no res
ponse from members.
Ren. Keau read a resolution that
the Board of Education be instruct
inittee on Education.
Rep. Kauai gave notice of a bill to
amend sections 11 and 12, session
laws of 1882, l elating to internal
taxes; and of a bill to amend sec. 1,
chap. 4, laws of 1876, relating to
the offenso of di unkeunejs ; and alo
a bill to amcud sec. 1.5, chap. -14,
laws of 162, relating to opirit
Rep. Araarft moved a resolution
that the Minister of the Interior be
requited to give notice to persons
whose lands arc taken for public
roads, of what is taken and what is
left, and that he keep a map to
which persons owning such lands can
have access. Carried. Rep. Ainnra
read for the first time the bill of
which he had given notice, to amend
sec. 1177, chap. 1, Civil Code.
Rep. Neumann read for the first
tinio the bill of which he gave notice
on Monday, relating to the Catholic
The same member read for the
first time n bill to tax Chinese rcsi
dents and Chinese arriving in the
kingdom for the support and main
tenance and return to their own
homes of indigent Chinese, and for
the support of Chinese vagrants.
On motion the house adjourned to
1 :30 r..M.
to the Com- i posed incroRse. A tlmllnr increase
. whs made buforo ou the uround of , $2,000. This
long service of the incumbent, but , twice at Kona during the period
Rep. Nahnle moved to amend to
$2,000. This judge bad only bean
Assembly met at 1 : 10.
I ho President appointed, as a
select committee on the Attorney
General's bill to repeal sec. 1 of nit
net to facilitate the recovery of
i cuts, Minister Neumann, Reps. Ka
ulukoii, Brown, Dole and Thurston.
He also read the following com
Hi:.viQu.itii:us Geo. V. Onl.o.NO
Posi, No. 15, Unci'. Cai.., G.A.U. j
The I Ion. Xvbles ami Hefteientiitives:
The honor of your company Is respect
fullv solicited (o the Memorial Services
of till- Po-I, in lie hnlilun hi Fort Street
(Jliuicli on Sunday evening, .May 2.lnl.
til 7 :;i(l o'clock, ami at Niiuniui Ccine
terv on Saturday, May '.MUli, nt :i V. M.,
and at. the Hall of lliu Y. M. C. A. at
7:!t() v. si. of the same day. I have the
honor to lie, gentlemen. ,v our obedient
senani, U W. Laim:.
Rep. Dickey added, as a member
of the G. A. R., that ushers would
give the legislators good seats, and
that their lady friends were intended
to have been included in the invita
tion. Rep. Kaulukoii moved the invita
tion be accepted. Carried.
Rep. Keau moved for a suspension
of the rules so that he could lead
certain petitions, which was carried.
He presented a petition from Moili
ili, with nine prayers: 1st, that
87,000 be appropriated for milking
and widening streets at that place ;
2nd, that 8200,000 be appropriated
for crowning His Majesty Kalakaua
as Emperor of the Pacilic; ard, that
natives be allowed to cultivate the
plant from which opium is made;
1th, that the law empowering .Su
preme Court Justices to appoint
administrators of estates be re
pealed ; nth, that S 1,000 bo appro
priated for roads at Moiliili; Cth,
that C. F. Hart be removed from
the ofllco of Road .Supervisor and
Sam. Paaniani appointed in his
place; 7th, that a law be passed
iirnliiliitinu any Chinese from mar
rying a native Hawaiian unless he
has taken the oath of allegiance;
8th, to authorize the courts, when a
debtor has no property, to make him
work his debt out for the benefit of
the Government; ilth, that sea
fisheries be made free to the public.
He also presented a petition from
Moanalua, that an English school be
established there. The first petition
was referred to the. Committee on
Miscellaneous Petitions, and the
second to the Committee on Educa
tion. commit rr.i: ok tup whom:.
The Assembly went into committee
of the whole, Noble Clcghorn in the
chair, for the consideration of the
Rep. Castle moved that the Attorney-General's
department bo post
poned until his report was in.
Noble Walker moved that the
Judiciary Department be taken up.
Department of Judiciary.
Salary of Chief .Insure and
Salary of First Associate
Pep. Nahale moved to
Salary of Second Associate Jus
.Salarv of Clerk Supreme Court
Salary of Deputy Clerk
Salary of Second Deputy Clerk.. S;i,(i00
Rep. Kaulukoii said this was only
$2,400 hist period, and he did not
know that thcro was any necessity
for an increase. Tho report of the
Chief Justice did not indicate that
the work was greater than usual.
Rep. Dole defended the item. JIo
had a talk with the chief clerk on
tho matter, who said Mr. Poor, the
Second Deputy, had been very
elllcient, doing a great deal more
than ho was well paid for. That
officer had now resigned to take a
position in the Post Olllcc, and Mr.
Foster says that an efficient man to
take his place could not bo got for
8100 a month. He referred to the
largo amount of work recently per
formed by the clerks in systemixing
the keeping of records, and said
they had their hands full to do that
part of their duties, apart from the
taking of evidence.
Ren. Kaulukoii was still uncon-
thc increased salary had hardly gone
into effect till the clerk resigned.
Formerly the head cleik was an old i
man and he got through the work
satisfactorily, and the young men nt I
present employed should be able to
get along comfortably at existing
Rep. Palohaii thought the member
for Liliucnnd his friends had chang
ed sides wiih the Government party
since last session. Then this ido
was accused of being extravagant by
the other, but now those members
were taking the lead in increasing the
expenditures. Clerks were apt to
complain of their work.
Minister Neumann said one point
had been left out of consideration.
The Assembly wns not convened to
create salaries or increase the ex
penses ol the country. Members
of the house doubtless considered it
their duty to retrench the expenses
of government and prevent waste.
They might, however, go to an ex
treme, such as to exercise eionomy,
not to the Judiciary Department but
to the people of the Hawaiian
Islands, whose business carries them
to the courts. The present, incum
bent was going to leave whether the
salary was raised or not, therefore
that was not a factor in the case. It
did not matter who was in the office
so long as he was polite and obliging
and understood Ins duties. (Rep.
Kaulukoii said he agreed with the
Attorney-General). Ho hoped to
make the lion, member agree with him
on another point. For simple copy
ing 8100 a month was good pay. In
such an important department as the
Judiciary more was required than
those mechanical requirements men
must have brains and education. A
type-writer was a machine that
could reproduce a member's speech
or a lawyer's argument, but it
could not think. He argued that
the courts were for the benefit of the
people and not of the lawyers, al
though the people might save them
selves some disputes and some i ns-
cality when they had lawyers lo eon
duct their cases. Therefore, any
mistakes made by the judges or
lawyers, with all the cxpene caused
thereby, fell, not on courts, lawyers
or clerks, but on the people. Hence
it was impoi taut that cleiks able to
detect mistakes in time should be
employed, and competent men
could not be got unless they were
well paid. The lion, member for
Hilo, being a lawyer, knew the im
portance of documents in the courts,
which, if not correct, caused delay
and consequently additional ex
pense. This uppiopri.ttion was not
important for a person or a depart
ment, but for the people for whom
they came there lo legislate.
Rep. Kaulukoii agreed with the
Atloinej'-General as to the import
ance of having a good clerk to do
the work, but still was unconvinced
of the propriety of passing the item.
Rep. Keau "moved lo amend the
item to S:?,000.
Rep. Nahale thought the Chief
Justice knew more about the needs
of his department than the members.
Passed at 811,000.
Rep. Kaunamano tliouclu the
member should bu congratulated on
the absence of business lor the
courls in Kona, which was called
the "holy land" on account of its
good chaiacler. Instead of attempt
ing to cut down tho salary, mem
bers should strive to bring their dis
tricts up to the moral standard of
Tho item passed as in bill.
Salary of Circuit Judge, Kauai. . $4,000
Salary of Police Jtmlee, llono-
Salary of Police Justice. Ullo. . . 11.000
J. 1C. -IVtJUDXKH.
lMl'OKTLHS AND DIWMK.s IN
Staple mi Fancy Groceries, PraAncs anfl Provisions,
fo. 3 Voil, Street, Honolulu, II. I.
UtO TO C.VL1. ATTENTION TO, AND IXV1TK THE IXSPKCTION OK TJ1TIII
KL J 4f i In -
ive & Varied Stock of Fresh Goods.
if our Ice Houro Delicacies aie uiisui pawed (If
Salary of Interpreter .Supreme
ami Police Court S1.S00
Minister Neumann said, before
going further, he should move that
an item be inserted to provide for a
l'orlugiicsc interpreter. He urged
the necessity of such an olllcial, on
account of the large number of Por
tuguese in the country, who on
arrival know neither Kngiisli nor Ha
waiian, and concluded by moving
an item of S'1,000.
Rep. Keau said a Chinese or Jap
anese interpreter was often re
(itiired. Therefore, he moved that
an item of SG,000 bo inserted for
the pay of all interpreters, which
would be a fund for .1113' such neces
sity. Minister Neumann accepted the
Rep. Kaulukoii moved the con
sideration of this item be passed
over for the present. The Chief
Justice had evidently not seen n
necessity for such an item, or it
would be there. There seemed to
be some source of supply for inter
preter's pay, as 831 had been paid
for interpreters during tho period,
between which and S0,000 there was
a large difference. He added to
his motion that the matter be re
ferred to a select committee.
Rep. llrown called attention to an
item of ?!t,000 in this department
for "Pay of Chinese Interpreter and
Minister Neumann said last ses
sion $5,000 was appropriated for the
Judiciary but the Chief Justice hud
asked for 8 -',500 more, for paying
which tho Government had to ask
for indemnity, and even that was
not enough, but they had to draw
on tho incidentals of the Attorney
General. Rep. Kaunamano moved to insert
Rep. AI10I0 said tup dilllculty
seemed to be that no one knew how
much would bo required. lie
thought 88,000 would be more than
Rep. Keau moved to insert SH,000
(the third motion made for thnt
Rep. Kaultikou's motion to refer
tho proposed item to a select com
mittee was carried.
Salary of Police Justice, Lalia'um 82,lC0
Rep. Castle said it was not plea
sant to make a motion to cut down
salaries, but members had public
duties to perform. He did not see
why Lahnimi should bu placed ahead
of any back country district, as
there was very little business to be
done by it-s Police Court. Ho
moved the item be reduced to
l?cp. Aholo said it was a necessity
to have a magistrate at Lalmiua.
The present incumbent wus there ull
day, from 'J o'clock till L Thu
matter should not be Judged merely
by the number of cases. The Chief
Justice was not in favor of magis
trates going off to practice, law. If
they did not pay a man enough to
sup'port himself and his family he
would have to engage in some other
Minister Gibson wished to make
some remarks, not only on the
question of this judge's pay, bin of
the pay of judges generally. The
representative of an important State
reported to his Government about a
lax administration of justice, owing
partly to the poor pay of justices,
and thai representative made a cor
rect statement to his Government.
It was proposed to reduce the salary
of such an important court as the
Police Court of Lahaiim to the pay
of a common laborer, two dollars a
day. Here were judges at S 100 and
even 8:100 a year why, that was
the pay of a position that involved
neither duties nor responsibilities
and had better be et aside alto
gether. His opinion was that the
pay of thee judges, many of them,
should be raided above what it was
in these items, but he was content if
they should be passed as in the bill.
Rep. Dickey did not know why it
should nol be "Police Magistrate"
instead of "Police Justice." (A
voice It is in the law). Well, it
should be changed. In liana, where
tlic magistrate is there all day, he is
onlj' paid S800 for two years. He
thought that ought to be raised, but
why should this be over twice as
much? lie moved it be S1,.')00.
Rep. Castle said that, in view of
the remarks of the Minister it was
worth while to consider the matter.
What system should bo taken in this
country? Should they adopt a sys
tem of paying salaries to have men
trained in the law take the position?
Or should something be paid which
would secure intelligent and respon
sible men in eaeli district, who would
require common sense and nothing
more? lie did not think they very
often heard any complaint coining
from England about a lack of jus
tice. Rep. Pachaole was in favor of
the item, as the man was competent,
and if lie was worth anything he
was worth this amount.
The item passed as in the bill.
Salarv of Police Justice, Wal-
Rep. Ilayselden moved it be .$!),
Salarv of District Judge, North
Salary of Dltliict Judge, Putin.. 800
Salary of Dl-trlct Judge, Kau (If
o'uu Incumbent) S'J.000
Salary of Second District Judgo
Rep. Kaulukoii moved to amend
'I'lie quality mid vnrlety
equalled;, by oilier ilcnleis.
Table Luxuries utttl Di'llc.icies of every description,
r.vnporated, Peeled and Pitted Fruits, Nuts mid Iiuisliis.
Woodlawn Dairy Butter in 1-lb. BrickB, 65 cents each; Fresh
Island Butter, at 50 cents porlb.
i?o)o Agent for Anchor Flour, n llrst grade Flour for family use.
0at3, Barley, Bran, Wheat and Corn, at lnwct ninrKet rntcu
1 Mir guiiriiiiu'c goes wiih ovuiy nitiolo told, for Quality, Correct Weight and
Tin- minutest enro cxurcUid 111 Bccurntply executing all order. Should
any mlstaUe occur hi spite of this,
Goods will be Exchanged or Money Unfunded.
Dally deliveries to all parts of tho Oily and valkiki; Island Orders solicited and
ZST P. O. box 4H!i. IJ01I1 Telephones li'O "a
JUST OPENED UP,
A FIXE L.IXE OI'
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
CHAS. -T. FISHEL.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
1 una 3 JTort Street.
Salary of Dlstilet
good that, as a
District Judge, East
said this was tho
kept the people so.
W'u arc pleased to announce the arrival of our Immense laigc Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Ibon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
mid are now offering unprecedented and unrivalled Bargains in all ourdcpnrtm'tB
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lawn nt ?2 apiece, 10 yards; a Tcr
lnrc in-sortnicnt of new Spring aijles In Lawns, 4-4 Untislo, Sftlcens, plain
llgurcd and lirocadcd, while Pique nud a full line of Drees Gocdt, tbe latest out.
Laee Bonde, 3L.ad.iew' Tricot Olotl.
iu nil tho new shades; 40 doz Lndies Lisle Thread IloHe at 40 cents,
the best vuluo ever offered.
Just received, all tho Intest styles in Hoys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains ,
Boys Blue Plancl Sailor Suits nt $2.(50 n Suit. .TiiBt received, direct from
Laics', Men's, Misses' and Children's Shoes,
which wo offer at bed-rock prices.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
cd to establish, ad English school at j vinced of Uie necessity for tho pro-
Knlarv of Circuit .Indue, Mnui...
Ills 'lVaveltnc Expenses
Salary of Circuit Judge, Illlo and
Salary of Circuit Judge, Kolmla,
Kona, otOifd km ) !
the district was called the "holy
land." Ho moved the item bo
Hep. Dickey opposed the increase,
having believed that the magistrate
was not for preventing sin, but
punishing sinners, and if the laud
was so holy there was not much need
of a magistrate.
Hep. Nahale said it was not lie,
but the member for lakawao, who
had given the district that title.
The amendment carried.
Salary of Dlstilet Judge, South
Kona 8 800
Salary of Police Justice, North
Salary of District .Indue, South
Ivohnlu ., 4 1,000
Salary of District Judge, llama-
Hep. Kaunaiuano moved to in
crease item to 82,000. The judge's
labors were great, and he had twelve
miles to traverse between the differ
ent seats of his court.
Hep. Thurston considered this in
creasing of Salaries was the worm
that wus eating the life out of the
kingdom. Thu salaries paid to
oflleials amounted to 81,807,370. It
took nearly half of tho revenue of
tho country to pay oflleials to keep
' - ' i"
(Continued oi pan'0 ;),)
LADIES' BAM, 88 FORT STREET,
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS I
Ladles arc requested to call and examine my
IVew Stock oi IMQllinery Goods,
just received, ex Zcalnndin, amongst which are some of the
Nowest and Latest StylcB of Hats, Italian Dol Monto,
iu fancy mixed Shell Braid and Whlto Chip and Lace, fancy mixed DIxej-and
Orevstone, Lojrhorn Laurel and Arno, &c, to.
Feathers, Plumes, Flow err, Ornaments, Laces, Velvets and Plushes In great
variety; also, Straw Trimmings.
All Work Guaranteed and at the lowest Possible Prices.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Ciusetauiii laifacliirii Company's
Vaseline Cnmiilioi' Ire,
VaHOllue Cold lYcnni,
Vaseline llalr Oil,
ViincIIuo Howlns Mnclilno Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
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