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FRIDAY, MAY 28, 188G.
The Marshal's report, embodied
In the Attorney-General's report to
the Legislature, lecommcuds that
" a law be enacted allowing the
issuance of a paw n-brokur's license
for Honolulu, and in such other
places as may be deemed expedient
by the Minister of the Interior, with
a provision that such pawn-brokers'
shops shall be under the supei vision
of the police." This, the Marshal
thinks, " would be a step towards
discovering goods which may be
stolen from time to time." The
conclusion is no doubt a sound one,
but aside from the matter of dis
covering stolon goods, it is impor
tant that pawn-brokers should be
licensed, and restricted within pro
per limits by legal enactment ; be
causo pawn-broking has been and is
being done here in a shameful way.
The .poor fellow who is in difficul
ties, and Is compelled to raise a little
cash on the security of a watch or
some other personal pioperty, i3
charged an enormous rate of inter
est. A bill introduced by tho
Attorney-General on this subject is
before the Legislature, and will
likely become law.
A SLIGHT ROW.
The cordial relations usually exis
ting between Great Britain and the
United States have lecently been
somewhat distil! bed by sevcial colli
sions having taken place between
the Canadian authorities nnd United
States fishermen on the coasts of the
maritime provinces of Canada. Ac
cording to the treat' of 1818, tho
United States l enounced the liberty
of taking, tiding or canning fish
within three marine miles of any of
the coasts, bays, decks or hat bora
of British-America, "provided, how
ever, that the American fishermen
shall bo admitted to enter such bays
or harbors for the purpose of shelter,
or of repairing damages therein, of
purchasing wood and obtaining
water, and for no other purpose
whatever." It appears that the
occasion of the late seizures was the
taking or pin chasing of bait in the
harbors entered, acts which, at llrst
eight, would seem to afford but
slicrht trround of objection. The
true inward nebs of the case, how
ever, is that to give any fisher
men unlimited license to take bait or
to offer such prico for it as would
promote the wholesale capturing by
others, of different fishes suitable
for bait, would tend to deteriorate,
if not destroy, not only the slioro
ilsheries but also the deep sea fish
eries adjacent to those parts of the
coast where such capturing of bait
might be pursued. It was shown,
moreover, upon American authoiity,
before the Fisheries Commission, at
Halifax, in 1878, that the destitu
tion of the cod, heiringnnd mackerel
fisheries of tho United States coastal
waters, formerly so prolific, was
attributable to these causes.
Disputes about the fisheries have
been mopping up between the
"brothers," occasionally, for many
years. Heretofore, disputation was
followed by negotiation and amicablo
arrangement, and thcic is little rea
son to doubt that the present little
row will be suppressed in a like
spirit of international harmony.
The bridge over tho sticam on
King street, just boyond where the
lire reached, is soinovvlint narrow,
barely allowing tho passage of two
carriages at one time ; and as there
is considerable traffic on this thor
oughfare, it is cxtri'inely Inconveni
ent at times for pedestrians, when
two vehicles arc passing each other.
It lias been suggested that tho addi
tion of a foot bridge, on the upper
sido of nnd adjoining ' the main
bridge, would icmcdy the trouble.
Thcro is ample room for such nn
addition, tho cost would be trilling,
nnd the convenience to walkers
Fiuu.VY, May 28th.
Assembly was opened with
by Rev. J. Walamau at 10
the President, Hon. J. S.
Walker, in the chair, and the follow
ing members present: Ministers
Gibson and Ivapena ; Nobles Cleg
horn, Domiuis, Martin, Knuo.i and
the President ; Reps. Baker, Amaru,
Biowu, Katilia, Kaulukoti, Pallia,
Katiuamauo, Knhalc, Naliimi, Kit-
uhaue, Kekoa, lvalun, Kaukau,
Richardson, Paehaole, Ktuml, Palo
hati, Lilikalani and Dole.
Secretary Pierce and Interpreter
"Wilcox lead the minutes of the
previous meeting, which were ap
Rep. Richardson presented a peti
tion from Wailuku, that the sale of
opium be licensed. Refened to
Sanitary Committee. Also, one
that lotteries be licensed. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Rep. Kekoa presented a petition
from Puna, that the sale of opium
be authorized by license. Huf cried
to Sanitary Committee. A1mj, one
that tho Government send a sur
veyor into that district, to survey
remnants of laud thcic, as thcic
weie persons desiiing to purchase
such f i our tho Government. Re
ferred to Public Lands Committee.
Also, one that a law be made for
bidding Hawaiiaiis mortgaging
their lands except to tho Govern
ment, nnd that an appropriation be
made to enable tho Government to
loan inonej on such nioitgages.
Refened to the Judiciary Committee.
Rep. Paehaole piesentcd a peti
tion f lom Molokar, that the Assem
bly will not pass any law licensing
the sale of opium, and that the law
be amended, allowing tho cuirency
of any country to pass at its bullion
tnltie. Referred to Committee on
Minister Gnlick, from the Print
ing Committee, presented the house
with sundry bills n-ady for distribu
tion. Rep. Kaunamano presented the
rcpoit of the Sanitary Committee on
a petition fiom Koolauloa, a&king
for a Go eminent physician in that
district. Committee recommended
that the President of the Board of
Health be requested to appoint
such physician. On motion of Rep.
Kaukau, the rcpoit was adopted.
Rep. Dole, the committee of one
on the Gaming bill, reported the
Hawaiian version revised according
to order, and moved to lay the bill
on the table for consideration in its
Rep. Brown presented the report
of the select committeo to visit
public squares, etc., as follows:
To lte Hon. J. S. Walker, Prdsi
dent of the Lcyishitive Assembly.
Sin: Your special committee ap
pointed to visit the public squaics,
the Government nursery and plant
ing of forest trees, and also Kapio
lani Paik, respectfully beg leave to
leport that they have visited all of
the above-named places mid found
the same in geffld order and condi
tion, and all tiees nnd plants nou
rishing. The foicst culturo canicd
on under the superintendence of A.
Jaeger, Esq., deserves special men
tion and satisfies your committee,
that the time, labor and money
spent upon the planting of the trees
on the hills in the rear of the Luna
lilo Home will undoubtedly, in the
end, tcrrd to good results. The area
planted consists of about 215 acies,
and between 216,000 and 220,000
different kinds of trees hnvo been
planted, and all now appear to be
doing well. And, in conclusion,
and from the observations nrndo and
infoi mation collected on our visit,
wo mo of the opinion that the sums
of money spent dining the last bien
nial period have been economically
and judiciously spent, and recom
mend that tho different sums of
money asked for at the pi csent ses
sion of the Lcgislatuio as aid to
those objects be granted by this
Dated Honolulu, May 28, 188(1.
John W. Kai.ua,
J. K. Kai'.vamaso,
Cjias. T. Gm.icrc.
Rep. llayseldcii, us one of the
committee, said he agiced with his
associates with regard to the facts,
but declined to sign the report until
after the Finance Committee had
Rep. Kcaii moved that tho rcpoit
bo accepted, laid on the table, and
considered with tho Appropriation
Rep. Dickey, on behalf of tho
committee to vibit public institu
tions, asked for an extension of
timo, which was granted.
Minister Gullet: read a first timo
nn act to establish tiio grado of
directs and highways, pud the grado
and width of,sidewalks in the oily of
Honolulu. Ho said tku bill was
another pne of the class of which
they had had qujto a number, that
lcquircd a great deal moro study
than seemed 'ncccssaiy at the first
glance, more especially by persons
whoso attention had not been at-
i traded to subjects of that kind. As
timber hnd been cut and piepured
i for work of the kind dealt with in
I tlie bill, on tho recently burned dis
J trict, it was Important that this
mcasuro should receive prompt at
tention. He therefore moved that
the bill be now read a second time
by its title and referred to tho select
committee on fire limits. Canicd.
Rep. Baker read a llrst time an
act to provide for the keeping of ac
counts of the public departments in
Hawaiian and English.
Rep. Nnhnlo piesented n resolu
tion that tho Attorney -Gcncial state
to the house, verbally or in writing,
his opinion on the law regarding the
tiial of the lion, member for Puna
(Mr. Kekoa), at the late sitting of
tlie Second Judicial Cncuit nt Hilo,
the Constitution providing that mem
bers of the Legislature are exempt
from arrest or tual during a session,
or coming to or going from a ses
sion, Rep. Kalua moved that the reso
lution bo amended by sti iking out
the words, "verbally or In," as tho
reply should be in writing. As it
was provided that the Assembly
should be tho judge of qualifications
of its own members, then if it finds
that the lion, member had been
elected contrary to law, it was bound
to unseat him.
Rep. Kuulukou did not know what
reasons the lion, member had for
inttoduciug this resolution. The
Lcgislatuio was the highest power of
that kind in the kingdom. It was
higher than the Supreme Couit.
There was nothing but outside re
ports regarding tlie trial in question,
and those should receive no more
attention fiom the house than the
barking of dogs or the piattlc of
children. Ho moccl the indefinite
postponement of the lcsolutlon.
Rep. Dole seconded the motion,
but on different grounds from the
mover. The Constitution gives free
dom from arrest to members during
a session, but this lion, member wns
ai rested befoie the session, and was
only tried on appeal dining tho ses
sion. Hep. Nahalo said it was not with
the object of unseating the lion,
member that he made tho lesolution,
but the Constitution said no member
should be tried for any offense, and
he wanted the Attorney-General's
opinion on tlie legality of the pio
cecdings. Mr. Wilcox, Intel pi eter, pointed
out a disci opancy between tiio Eng
lish and Hawaiian cimoiis af Art.
C5 of the Constitution, which seemed
to have occasioned all tho trouble,
the Hawaiian saying thu member
shall not bo tried lor any ofi'ense,
while tho English said "thoy shall
notjjbo held to answer for any speech
or debute made in the Assembly, in
any other com t or placo whatsoever."
Rep. Nahale, saying the sentiment
of the house seemed to bo against
his resolution, asked leave to with
draw it, which was granted.
The President stated that yester
day a motion to adjourn, simply,
was made, and asked the house to
bear in mind that the passage of a
motion to adjourn without fixing a
time might make it difficult to deter
mine when the house should meet
again. He nlbo i cad a communica
tion fiom His Excellency Governor
Domini, inviting the Assembly to a
drill and luau of the King's Guards
at the Palace at 12 o'clock to-day.
Rep. Kalua read a llisttimoan
act to amend 6cc. 101, Civil Code,
to authorize the Minister of 'the In
ter ior to grant licenses to ferry boats
for hiie, plying in the harbors of
Honolulu, Lahaiua, Hilo and Ka
hului. Rep. Dole read a fiist time an act
to legulatu tlie immigration of
Chinese. It provides that no vessel
shall take any more Chinese men
into the Kingdom than the number
of Chinese women brought on the
same vessel, men to mean moles
over 12 years of
females over 15. Reluming Chi
nesc aio excepted.
Rep. Kauai read a first time an
act to amend sec. 112, chap. M, laws
of 1882, relating to the seizure of
spirituous liquors. It authoiizcs
any District Justice, the Marshal,
Sheriffs, mid their deputies, and
constables, to seize liquois exposed
for sale without license, and any
vessel, vehicle, boats or horses em
ployed in tiaiisportiiig liquors reason
ably supposed to bo for illegal sale.
The penalty for persons convicted
under the act is a fine of not moro
than 8500 or less than '$100, or im
prisonment for not more than one
year or less than three months.
Minister Kapena presented the
following resolution :
Resolved, that tho Hon. L. A.
Thin ston, member for Molokoi and
Launi, has abused his piivilcgcs on
the floor of this house by giossly
insulting tho Minislor of Financo
and the other Cabinet Ministers, and
that it is tho sense of this House
that the offending member mako nn
apology to this House.
The mover was speaking on the
resolution in Hawaiian, when
Rep, Tlurrston called liim to or
der for rising unparliamentary Ian
guago in calling a member a liar.
Minister Kapena took his scat,
and Minister Gibson was about to
speak, when Rep. Thuiston called
for a ruling on tiio point he had
Rep. Hayscldcn said he under
stood the words of the Minister to
have meant that the statements
inado by the lion, ineniber in tho
Press weio untruthful.
Rep. Thurston asked if the state.
nicnt that ho had made lying state
ments in thp paper was not un
parliamentary. Rep. Kaulukoii thought that when
n point was raised, it could be dis
cussed. TJiorcfoto ho considered
tho Minister of Foreign Affairs had
a right to speak,
Gibson said, ho was not;
going to speak on the point of
Order, bi)t on the resolution.
Rep. Thuiston called for the lul
ing of the chair.
Tho President said that if tho
Minister of Finance was under the
impicssion that the statements in
question wcro untruthful he wns at
perfect liberty to say so. It would
not bo in oidcr for the Minister to
say that n member was a liar.
Minister Kapena said the woid
objected to wus tlie one commonly
used in Hawaiian to characterize
Rep. Dole was about to Bpeak,
Rep. Kaulukoii moved the resolu
tion be adopted, and moved the pie
Minister Kapena seconded the
Rep. Thurston said it was inde
cent to movo the previous question
on such a motion as that.
Rep. Kaulukoii said that thu mem
ber for Molokai had wasted his op
portunity. Instead of sneaking to
the resolution ho had laised a point
of order. Having wasted his oppor
tunity lie had no one to blame but
Rep. Kalua rose, and the Presi
dent lemindcd him that the pievious
question must bo put without dis
cussion. The lion, member said ho
only dcsiied to ask it it was compe
tent for n member to moye thu pie
vious question along with another
motion, and the President arrswcied
in the nllli inntive.
Tlie previous question can led.
Rep. Kalua moved that the ayes
and noes be taken, which canied.
The resolution passed on the
Ayes. Ministers Gibson, Kapena,
Gulick, and Neumann ; Nobles Kane,
Kanoa, and Mai tin; Reps, llaysel
den, Kcau, Lilikalani, Biker,
Amara, Katilia, Kaulukoti, Pahia,
Knunamnuo, Nahalo, Naliinu, Ke
koa, Aholo, Kaukau, Richardson,
Kauai and Fabliau. 21
Noes. Reps. Kauhane, Kalua,
Dickey and Paehaole. I.
Reps. Wight, Dole and Thurston
each responded, "doubtful," to his
Rep. Thurston said, that, as this
resolution was a serious matter and
might affect the future of Ministers,
he desired time for a pioper word
ing of his apology.
Hop. Richaidson thought some
time should be stated, as the lion,
member might take till after the
close of the session.
Rep. Aholo said il was no more
than proper that he should be given
time pel haps three days. With a
little time the agitated waters might
subside on both sides.
Rep. Dolu moved that the lion,
member have till Tuesday 'next.
Rep. Aholo mentioned the invita
tion the house had to attend the
drill of the King's Guards, and the
time was now up.
Minister Neumann gave notice of
an act to prevent collisions at sea ;
an act to regulate the shipping of
I seamen, and an act to amend sec.
CI, Civil Code, relating to licenses
Rep. Kaunamano gave notice of
nn net to requiic that prisoners work
out their tcims in the districts where
convicted; an act to legulale immi
gration for purposes of lepopula
tion, and an act to regulate the
sending of children abroad for edu
cation. Rep. Aholo gave notice of an act
to authorize tax asscssois to receive
taxes and give receipts therefor at
the time assessment is made.
Minister Kapena gave notice of an
act to authorise the payment of a
number of bills contiacted by His
Majesty's Chamberlain at corona
tion, and an act to provide for the
preservation of the archives of the
Rep. Kekoa gave notice of an act
to icpeal the law for the mitigation
of the evils arising from prostitu
tion. He asked for permission to
read it, but
Minister Gibson said thcic was
not a quorum pi csent.
Minister Kapena moved the house
adjourn till 10 o'clock to-morrow,
which canicd, the Assembly rising
PIGS FOIt SALE.
A FKW CIIOICK Hnall
PIGS, fit for roasting.
Also, a few cliolco Duroc
Pics, for breeding pur-
po. cb. Apply at
40 lm LUNALH.O HOMK.
Regular Cash Sale.
SATURDAY, May 29tli,
AI10 a.m., at my SilcMOonis, bv order
of Messrs. Ed. liofl'tclilncgcr & Co , At.
signees of I ho firm of Tun Yuen it Co.,
I will cull at public: auction, ilia Hal mice
of their Slock, consisting in purl of
Dry Goods, Clothing:
Linen l'nnts, Ohiueno Coata,
CliliiesH Annum Booke, Denim Pants
Hosiery, Ohii(ju Slippers,
Apstd Prints, Diets Good?,
Vailcty Pipe, MnnlPa Olgnn1,
Boxes of Tobacco, Hill; llandkeiclilcfs
AfSoitiiiont of Jewelry, ChtsiK of Ten,
Bolls of Miming, nnd several cases of
Brandy, Wines and Gin,
a filni.8 (Show Cases, CotinUr Scales,
Whips, uto. At tho sumo time, tho
uiini tisttoruneni u
Dry Goods, (Jlothlng, Groceitcs,
Cignrclti's, and Tinware,
Bugs No. 1 and 2 Bugnis, OolU of Hope,
lulii Potntoot, Dried Benches,
a variety or
and Olinndcllcr, Sowing Machines,
a very Hue Cornet nnd Bugli1.
J, LYONS, Auct'r,
ij B'JJUe1 f Aill'iJU.'.I'A' UL". l'l!M!.
Attention 1 Honolulu
AllVOHX HuxbLULU HlN. s, I
II Miltil ., Mu) 2d, iSSX y
Company Oiuer Ho. 0
l.viry ineinlitr of this Com
niiunl 1- licruliy ordoiid to ie.
vn nt tin, Armor n 8 TUlt.
IJAV A.. "I PUNU6N, Maj -'lull,
.1 2 nV.h Cit lnii), III VXilA,
U.N 1 1 OHM, l'r the purl o-o of
uclhg us e-ert to the (J A R.,
nnd til o lo dcror.ito tho gravis
i f our deceased c inriulc.
I'y order, OKO McLBOD,
40 Cnpiuln Coiiimiitidlinr
Beg to inform tiio Pnlillo In general
that he Iiu3 received an
of Ladles', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
Special Auction Salo of
At 12 o'clock noon, nt our S.ib'-'ioom,
Quceu street, no will fell at
1 2-Seat Exp. Wagon
1 Slnile Hunt Open Buggy,
1 Sido Bar Browser Top Buggy,
1 Op Batty, 1 Brake,
1 Baggage Kxprevs,
t Carriage Horse.
Administrator's and Administratrix's
i) Y order of D.n Id Maiiiiku, Adnilnifi
! iiator and .Moh de Moiiuiuli, Ad-lulnl-nulilx,
ol the i.'.iliilf of tho late
.loliu jUouiiniill, (JiLcutied, we will sell
at public miction, nt our bulcaiooni,
On SATURDAY, May 29th,
At 12 o'clouk noon,
1 large Bullock Cart
1 Pair "VoikOun, In good condition;
1 Boiler, 1 Pump, Pipes and Fixtures,
Lately cd in tliuTol Manufactory,
2 Horses, Broke to Harness,
1 Mule, broke to liarncs; 1 Carringi .
E. P. ADAMS
riniD NEW aiEl'IIOD of making Pol
X out of Vitro rlotir lias uduccd
the timo from t!J hours lo only 1
hour. Tho old liitthod of cooking it
in a bag has I eon tfiscn riled. There
is no neort ti' liiiiltliug u fire
but il tan be cooked at tliu tunic lime
Hint the oviliimoy iiicul K being
Take an ng'ito Iron or porctlnln lined
hauccpau, ami pour into it one p.ut ol
Tato Flour to two pans of water. Mix
well and be sure ibcro nru no lumps.
Plnio the eaucep in over a good lire and
stir thu tlour nod water with a woiden
spoon oi hi'ok until it becomes thi k.
which will tnko fnm y to 5 iriimm,
according to heat employed. Aflci It
is thick octillion il thorough Mining !
iiecectiiry, adding n little warm watei
fiom time to timo to pievent its gettlni:
loo thick. Let It simmer for nearly an
hour and be almost as Mill as paial
that Is, quite thick. Put It into ncibi.
bih or large howl, and let it sland
trom two to three d.i)s, when. It will be
conic nlee and tnrt.
Should Hie Pol show n tendency to
hecomu cloggy or lumpy, it can easll.i
bo remedied by smoothing down wlih 'a
potato masher or woodrii tpoon
Persons preferring sweet poi will ilnd
that by cooking tho Hour according to
I lie above uisti notions while pre piling
iliolr nvcnlng meal and letting it 'tana
over night it will be lit piopei condition
for mo on tho follow lug morning. HH
A 11 year.old "Venture"
CULT, well hiolcen to
haincso, is kind and
.gcntlo and n fast Ira.
veier. enquire nirio.
lTEnimn Miect, or nt
515 IwJ THIS OFFICE.
Just received, per Zenlan.
din, and foi salo by
,AIA5M &J. CO.,
Queen Street. lm
AT n bpcolnl ineothigof the Hawaiian
Carriage Jlaniiliiciuilng Co. held
this (lay, L. 0. SHIUMAN was elected
Secietaiy and Tiensuier In placo of
Tios, S. Ponchis icslgned
n K. G. SClIUJrAN,
Seo'ry Ilnw,n Canlngo Sltmf'j; Co.
Honolulu, May 3rd, 1680, $18
Staple anil Groceries, PMocc, Provisions and FeoJ,
Have Xieceivedj per AUNtralla.
California Fresh Fruits, etc,, etc,,
Season now commencing with Cherries, to bo followed by Apricots, Peaches, -Plumb,
IVni?, Grapes, Nectarines, Apples, etc. Also, Cain. Pre h Boll . .- i
Butler, Fresh Salmon, Koik Cod, Smelts, Flounders, Celery,
Wuodlawn Dairy Butter, 1-lb. Bricks, G5 cunts each,
received daily; t
Other Island Dairies, CO cents per lb.
t2T Poscnlng exceptional ndvnntngc In hating a llefrlgcrntor of 'superior .
capnrity, built u-uh chilly for the purpoic of presorting fresh nnd sweet the vari
ous dtllcaeles with which our patrons nro supplied, wo claim for our Butter tho
fiitt reputation in the local market. ,
A Complete liino of
Fresh Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc.
Bran, Oats, Corn, Barloy, Wheat, at lowest market rates.
Special caro given to the fllllni; of Island orders. Fruit shipped io tho other
Islands duiing the son-on. Dallv deliveries lo nil parts of tho city,
W'nlklkl and tho Vnllcy.
J?. O. J3ox 435; 3Botli Tel., 130.
JUST OPENED Ul-
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8; ;,
Jersey Cloths in all. Shades;,
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
' l ' '
Ribbons, Laces, '-
Ornaments, All-Over lace, .$
a Fine Line of Trunks,
cob: as. jr.
TEflPLE OF FASHION,
Ol and 03 Fort Street.
Wc arc pleased to announce the arrival of our immense Imge Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Bilon,
Olotliing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and :ui now ollcring unpicccdcntcd and unrinllodliurgains in nil our departm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very lino Victoria Lawn nt 2 npiece, 10 ynids; n very
large iiftoitineni of new fcpring stjlcs in Lnwns, 4-4 ihitisto, Sateens, plnln
llguied and brocaded, while Pique and n full line of Drcis Coeds, the latest out.
JL.tt.co Boucle, LaclieH9 Tricot Olotli.
in all the now shndes; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thrcud Hoto nt 40 cents,
tho best value ever offered.
Clothing Department. "-
Just received, nil the Intrsl Btjlcs in Doy and Children's SuitFj Urent Bnrguins,
Boys Uluu i-'lanel Sailor fulls nt $y.o0 n Suit. .Tust received, direct from
Eastern manufuctuieb, '
Lafc' Mod's, Misses'
LADIES' BAZAAR, 88 FORT STREET,
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS I
Ladles nre requested to cnll nnd e.xamlno my
JXow Stoclc of Millinery Goods,
Just received, ex Zcalnndla, nmongst which nre somo of the " '
Nowest nnd LatcBt Styles of Hats, Italian Del Monte, , " "
in fancy mixed Shell Hruld nnd 'While Chip and Luce, fancy mixed Dlxcyanti
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