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TUESDAY,. I I'NU 1, 1880.
TWENTY-SIXTH HAY COM INL'Gll.
Monday, May 81th.
Hep. Dole presented the following
"Wlicrcns, it appears by the report
of the Hon. E. l'rcstou, Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court, Hint
lion. E. Kekoa, member of tho As
ficinbby from Tuna, Hawaii, was con
victed of incgular practices in tho
matter of tho late election for repre
sentatives at Puna, when ho, the
said E. Kekoa, was returned to the
Legislatuie, ugaiubt the statute on
elections, at the May term ol'the
Third Judicial Circuit, lie it
Resolved, that the seat of the said
E. Kekoa, us a member of this As
sembly, is hereby declared vacnut.
Kep. Dole moved to refer this
resolution to the committee of the
whole house to-morrow. Here was
a distinct charge. It mattered not
bow it came into the house, but it
charged the hon. member with
practices that unfitted him to hold
office under the Government. By
mentis of those irregular practices it
was alleged that the said member
held his scat in that house. It was
true that the law thai disqualified
that man from holding any position
tiuder the Government did not dis
qualify him from holding his seat in
that house, because the house
was the judge of the qulaifica
tions of its own members. But
and he took it that the house
every member of it desired to
have a clean record before the na
tion, and not to have any member
sitting thcro under false pretences,
lie took it that every member of the
house, excepting the lion, member
for Honolulu (Keau) and lie could
not believe it of him unless he had
heard him desired that every mem
ber should have a clean record. And
it would be very haul for him to be
lieve that any member of tho house
even the member who had been
charged would be afraid to have
his record investigated. As the
good book says, "A city set ou a
hill cannot be hid," bo they were
there before the eyes of the whole
nation and the eyes of the whole
world, and if they, as individuals
and as an organization, desired and
expected to be respected, they must
keep their record clean and bo afraid
of no investigation whatever. "Was
there any honorable man but would
demaud an investigation of any sus
picions thrown upon his position or
his standing? It was nothing to
them that there was no petition bent in
from the people of 1'una. "Without
any personal application intended,
lie would ask if a man sitting there
liy fraud might not prevent any peti
tion going in against him. That
house had its own dignity to sus
tain, and, to sustain it, it must be
utterly unrestrained in its dealings,
and it was unrestrained. He made
this motion because it was an im
portant matter, not only to that
member but to tho status of the
house. He wished to have it re
ferred to the committee of tho
whole so that the house could have
a fair and full statement of tho
facts. They might well give a day
or even a week to an investigation of
ltep. Kalun suggested that the
rcsplution should appoint one week
from to-day for the consideration of
the matter, ns the member should
have ample time to make his de
fense. If necessary a month should
Kep. Dole agieed to amend his
resolution as suggested.
Minister Neumann moved in
amendment that the matter be refer
red to tho Judiciary Committee. He
did not think the house had any
right to look into tills matter until it
had a report before it, and it had
not timo for its consideration. Moie
ovcr, it would bo necessary for tho
lion, member to bring forward proof
on his side, nnd it would be easier
to bring it before the committee
than beforo tho house, leaving out
of sight tho propriety.
Rep. Dole did not seo tho forco of
the Attorney-General's remarks. It
was not proposed to biing it beforo
tho house, but beforo tiio committco
of tho whole. It was just as easy
for tho committee of tho wholo to
hear the case as it was for tho jury
atllilo. After hearing the report
of tho Judiciary Committee it would
have to come beforo tho whole house
anyway. This was a different issue
from almost any other issue over
before the house. His Excellency
said they could not afford the time.
Ho said they could afford the timo
to discuss euch a matter If jt took
weeks. Who was' nfriid to' Imvo
Mlls evidence read before the whole
' . i ' i
ho,,90? " !" mh IHs Excellency
was not, and he thought the mem
ber for Tuna was not.
Minister Gibson seconded tho mo
tion of tho Attorney-General. He
fully agreed with tho sentiments of
the hon. Member for Llhue, but was
satisfied that the Judiciary Commit
tee could examine the documents
more minutely than tho whole house,
and would assist the whole house in
making its decision.
Tiep. Aliolo supported tho lubtiou
to refer to the Judiciary Committee,
because rule 111 provided that as
part of the duties of that committee,
to examine the credentials of mem
ber or any other matter relating to
the electron of u member. Tho re
port of the judge ought to be io
ferred to some committee.
Rep. l'ahia moved the indefinite
postponement of the l evolution, be
cause the complaint must bo made
only by a party living in the district
nnd by no one else.
Minister Neumann said before the
resolution was put he wished to say
that he did not agree with the hon.
member for Hllo (l'ahia). The
matter would have to como up in
some shape, anyway. He would
ask whether that impassioned ap
peal by tho hon. member for Lihuo
would have been made if tho hon.
member charged belonged to tho
Rep. Dole wild it would, and with
Minister Neumann Then 1 will
have to take his word for it.
Hep. Dole said he would add that
if any member of the Opposition
were convicted of such an offense,
lie would want to have him removed
from the house immediately.
Minister Neumann said he looked
upon the conviction of any man of a
misdemeanor, as a very serious
thing, but when a conviction took
place, as in this case, through politi
cal prejudice, It would take twenty
juries to convince him. It appeared
stranco that this man, who had been
convicted of not doing his duty as
inspector of elections by a Hilo jury,
yet docs not find a single member
of his own district present a petition
against Ins election. That a matter
which had been well known to that
whole body the first conviction,
which they knew, and the second
conviction, which they knew should
not be sent from the member's con
stituents, but from the Supreme
Court of this kingdom. He would
ask the hon. member for Lihuo
where, in the laws of the Hawaiian
Kingdom, lie found authority for
such n communication from the Su
preme Court, and if there was none
such, why had it come into the
house in that sh.ipo? Ho had never
had the honor of personal acquain
tance with the lion, member for
Puna, but he avouIiI say, from the
personal statements of that gentle
man, that ho was entirely free from
guilt. He was speaking now from
evidence which the Police Magistrate
at llilo had taken down, and on
which he was convicted in the first
case, and if there was no better evi
dence at the jury trial then it was an
outrage to have convicted him. Now,
lie understood thai the hon. member
for Puna was pcisonally objection
able to a good many people and had
a irreat many political opponents.
Were tlicy to bo driven by the
weight of judicial action, or by the
weight of anybody who took action,
to press that man, to judge him, in
that wny'"' Here was a motion to
biinglhe matter beforo tho whole
house. What for? Where was the
importance of , that? Suppose a man
was thought to belong to the Gov
ernment party; suppose he was con
victodof an offensp witli which that
lfousc liVd" nolhing to" ctoY He could
not bo convinced, however much ho
might believe tho hon. member for
Lihue (Dole), that this man, with a
hundred enemies that ho could
name, could restrain tho entire dis
trict of Puna from presenting a peti
tion to this house. He might Imvo
misunderstood tho hon. member,
but thought ho said that petitions
were prevented by fraud nnd intimi
dation. Rep. Dole denied having made
such a statement.
Minister Neumann said he thought
he had heard 3omc words to that
effect from the hon. member. He
now proposed, with the permission
of the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
who seconded his motion, to substi
tute that by a motion to lay the
resolution on tho table until they
had a petition from the district.
Hep. Dole said His Excellency
had asked by what law n justico
might present that communication
to this houso, He thought it was
very weak to ask such a. question
since it was the duty of every olll
cml to report a matter of that kind
to tho Legislature. It might have
come very well fiom the member for
Honolulu a very intelligent man,
but who did not know ns much law
as His Excellency, who had better
fall back on his legal knowledge.
After the somewhat eloquent dofenso
made by His Excellency for the
defendant in this case, ho should
ask to tioublo the house again, Bc
causo it was vety evident from Ills
concluding remaiks that ho in
tended to withdraw Ids resolution to
refer to the Judiciary Committee.
Tho remarks of tho member for
Hilo (Pahia) convinced him that the
wholo thing was a mistake and must
be smothered up. Ho expected that
the member for Puna, when ho
heard that, would have instantly
sprung to his feet nnd demanded an
immediate investigation. He did
hop know who his hundred enemies
i i .
them. He wa9 a member of that
house nnU ho had constituents who
expected him to uphold tho dignity
of the house. They had no infor
mation previously, but now they had
enough to institute an enquiry on.
Ho was not prepaied to discuss tho
question of guilty or not guilty as
Ills Excellency had done, but ho
would statu this, that a large part of
the jury were Government men.
He was "very sorry to 9ee this dis
position to hide this matter nnd stop
investigation. The Attorney-General
said that it would make no
difference to him if twenty juries
had decided on this case. He seemed
to have made up his mind already
thnt the member
Minister Neumann I said 1 made
up my mind that he was not guilty
from the evidence in the com t below.
Rep. Dole eaid that evidence was
not the evidence on which tho mem
ber was convicted at the Mny term.
More evidence coming in was
another strong reason for investiga
tion. Were the Ministers of the
Crown going to be attorneys to sec
that this man was not going to have
his case investigated? It looked to
him ns if they intended to put the
house iu Hint position, but he did
not believe they could and he hoped
they would not do it. That man had
been elected for the constituency of
Puna. Had he been elected by
fraud or not? Was he sitting there
by fraud or not? If ho was, then
they did not want him there. If he
had violated his official oatli in Puna,
how could they prevent him violat
ing his oath here? If his offense
prevented him from holding office
to administer the laws, how could
they allow him to sit there and make
laws? He hoped this Legislature
would not take action that would
place it below all other Legislatures.
Rep. Thurston wished' to speak of
the doctrine that had been laid down
by representatives, and especially
by Ministers, that no notice could
be taken of any illegal election with
out a petition.
Minister Neumann denied that ho
had laid down such a doctrine. The
house certainly had a right to inves
tigate. Rep. Thurston was very glad to
hear that. The doctrine was laid
down by the member for Hilo, but
the Attorney-General tacitly ad
mitted it by directly afterward
changing his motion. He spoke at
length in favor of Hep. Dole's
Rep. Baker spoke in favor of lay
ing tho resolution on the table.
Minister Neumann hoped the
member for llilo would withdrew
his motion for indefinite postpone
ment, because ho was afraid, after
the outburst of eloquence from the
Opposition, the members would be
come impatient and vote to inde
finitely postpone it and thus prevent
investigation which they all wanted.
Rep. Pahia declined to withdraw
his amendment, lest he might be
accused of blindly following the
At 12 :10 the house took a recess
till 2 :30.
Hop. Aliolo withdrew his bnppoi t
from the motion to refer tho resolu
tion to the Judiciary Committee,
and spoke in favor of liulelinito
Hep. llrown argued that the letter
from the Second Associate Justice
was irregular, and therefore the
resolution based on it should net be
Hep. Thurston took issue with the
former speaker, holding that the
houso was fiee to deliberate on any
Hep. Kaulukou spoke at length In
favor of indefinite postponement,
holding that the resolution was inad
missible in that it vacated the seat
of a member, ns lie held, without in
vestigation. Heps. Kaunamano and Lilikalani
supported indefinite postponement.
Rep. Kauhano spoke in favor of the
motion, mid Hep. Kahalo opposed it
and moved the previous question,
Hep. Dole then closed the debate,
after which the question was put.
Hep. Thurston objected to inde
finite postponement being lirst put,
citing a rule to show that the motion
to lay on the table took precedence.
The point was sustained, and the
motion to lay on the table was lost.
Hep. Castlo moved that the ayes
and noes bo taken on the motion to
indefinitely postpone, which carried,
and tho motion passed on the fol
lowing division :
Ayes Minister Knpcna; Nobles
Kuihelani and Kano; Heps. Ilayscl
den, Keau, .Lilikalani, liakcr, Ainani,
Kaulia, Kaulukou, l'ahia, Kaima-
inaiio, Kalialc, Nahinu, Aliolo, Kau
kau, Kaai, Kauai and I'aloliau. 19.
Noes Nobles Uisliop, (Jleglioin,
and Ihish ; Heps. Katihi, Brown,
Kauliane, Castle, Dickey, Thurston,
Taehaolo and Dole. 11.
Hep. Dole demanded, beforo tho
result was declared, that the Minis
ter of Foreign Affnirs and ,the
Attorney-General givu their reasons
for declining to voto.
Minister Neumann said it did not
lie in the month of tho lion, member
to demand his reasons, lie would
only give his icasons by order of n
voto of the house.
Hep. Dolo cited a rule in support
of his demand.
Minister Neumann said that for
once tho lion, member for Lihuo was
right. Ho declined to voto on this
piopositlon for two reasons 1st, be
eaused ho moved to lay the resolu
tion on tho table, whioh was the
proper thing to do ; 2nd, becnuso
wfcrb-rho (Dolo) wan hot one of
ho woa opposed to both indoflnlto
postponement nnd to tho resolution
Minister Gibson wave a reason
similnr to the second one of tho
Minister Neumann renewed his
motion on tho resolution of Rep. j
Thitrstoh, pending at adjournment i
on Saturday, which asked for a spe- .
clfication of the offenso for which I
he had been ordered to apologize.
After suspension of the rules, neces
sary on a point of order raised by
Rep. Cnstle and sustained, Minister
Neumann moved to appoint a com
mittee of one to furnish the hon.
member witli what he desired.
Rep. Castle- opposed the motion,
on the ground that no official notice
having been taken of the offense at
tho timo of its commission, the
whole matter must diop.
Minister Neumann contended that
it was time enough for objection to
be nindc to the specification when
the committco of ono reported.
Rep. Thurston seconded Minister
Neumann's motion and disclaimed
all intention of taking advantage of
Rep. Kaulukou opposed the mo
tion, holding that nil the hon. mem
ber for Molokai had to do was to
obey the order of the house.
Tlio motion canied, and tho Presi
dent appointed Minister Neumann
as the committee.
Minister Neumann rend a first
timo an act to amend sec. 62, Civil
Code, relating to licenses. Its in
tention is to provent peddling by
captains of vessels without license,
and piovldes a maximum penalty of
SoOO fine or six months' imprison
ment. Rep. Kalua and Richardson were
granted temporary leave of absence.
At 4 :06 the house adjourned till
10 o'clock to-morrow.
TuKstuY, Juno 1st.
Tho Assembly was opened with
prayer by the Chaplain at 10 a. m.,
the 1'residcnt in the chair. The roll
was called and the minutes of pre
vious meeting read and approved.
Hep. Kauliane picscntcd a peti
tion fiom the District of Kau, from
two individuals, tiiat the sum of
S 12.75 be paid them for services on
the roads under the Koad Super
visor. Referred to Finance Com
mittee. Hep. Kaukau, from Kaanapali,
that tho mail carrier's pay bo in
creased to SG. Referred to Public
Rep. Dickey, fiom Makawao, that
the place of holding court be
changed from Makawno to Pain,
and Iht.t an appropriation be made
for building a courthouse. Referred
to Public Lands Committee.
Rep. Castle, from a large number
of Chinese residents, piotesting
against a bill for taxiDg Chinese.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
VrANDlNO COMMITTEES. I
Rep. Brown, from "the Judiciary
Committee, reported up the bill to
license pawnbrokers, with certain
amendments, recommending that it
pass. Laid on tho table.
Rep. Aliolo presented a printed
report from the Financo Committee,
explaining thnt it was only partial,
and that tho committee would fur
ther report as they completed their
Minister Gulick, from the Print
ing Committee, reported sundry bills
ready for distribution.
Minister Kapena gave notice of
an act to promote mail communica
tion between the Hawaiian Islands
and the Empire of Japan. ' Also, an
act to promote mail communication
between the Hawaiian Islands and
the United States. His Excellency
read u first time an act to provide
for certain expenses of His Majesty's
coronation, and for tho building and
furnishing of Iolani Palace. Also,
an act to provide for tho preserva
tion of Hawaiian archives.
Hep. Brown read a llrst timo an
act to provide for tho inspection of
steam boilers on vessels and on
Hep. Thurston said, 1 have been
ordered by this house lo apologize
for certain words spoken in this
house. I am now ready to apolo
gize. Honolulu Fire Department
Annual Election of Engineers
iron, i sjso-r.
THE Election of Engineers will tnko
place at Ibo ENUINK TWOM of
Mechanic Engine Company No. '2,
On Monday Evening?, Juno 7, 1880.
Polls open nt 7 o'clock and closo at
22r Tho eeveial Company Secretaries
nre hereby requested to hand in their
lists of members In good standing be
foro 12 o'clock noon of said day. Ptr
order, HEN IIY SMITH,
Chulrmau of Election,
TY n Gt-NTLhllMJ, n homo
XJ private family. Hufcrintoi
14 i at
Address J. F. M , 1' O. Hn. 101)
A Lb person are hcteby warned not
to glvcciedlt to anybody what,
ever in my name wlilum my wriitm
permission. JOHN 0. 1LOE
Honolulu, Juno l,18S(i. 41 4t
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able :it the otltce of Messis. U.
MiicMcId & Co. to the Hharelioldera ot
the Kohu Sugar Co.
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llonnltihi, .Itmti 1, IS80. 43
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Creams, Fruit & Water Ices
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more tlinn fifty different Kind Fancy
Crinun. Tootle Fruity, Sntllt a ami
many more too numerous to mention
here" all of which ho has hnd practical
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A. returning to '"IO.MMY."
A DIVIDEND ol Tlireo Dollara per
Share is duo nnd payable lo the
Stockholders (if ibo Waihiku Super Co.,
on TUESDAY, Juno 1, 183(1, at tho olllcc
of 0. Uiuwer Co.
P. 0. .IONT:. Ticasurer.
Honolulu, May ill. 18(l 42jit
II. A. CO. DIVIDEND.
DIVIDEND of Three Dollars per
Sluue will bo paid to the Stock.
holdcia of the Hawaiian Aprltullural
Co. ou T UEbDAV, Juno 1, 183", at the
office of 0. Ilrewer ii Co.
P. 0..1ONK3, Treasurer.
Honolulu, Muyjlljftiu. J2jlt
A DIVIDEND of Twenty Dollars per
Share will bo mio and payable to
tho Stockholders of the Haiku Sugar
Company nt tho olllco of the Agents,
Cuftlo ii Cooke, Juno 1st. Par value of
slime, SKIO each.
Honolulu, May 111, 11-8(1. 4ilw
A DIVIDEND of Five Dollars per
Share will bu'duoand pa) able to
the Stockholders of the Oiove Bunch
Plantation on June 1st, nt tho olllcc of
tho Agontfc, t'astlc it Cooko.
J. It. ATHEKTON, Treasurer.
Honol u hi, May" at, 1880. 12 lw
. PIGS TOIt SALE.
A FEW CHOICE miall
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AUo, a tew choice Duroo
Pigs, for breeding pur-
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rpO the Creditors of the Bankrupt Es
JL tnto of L. A. ANDKHYVS, tal.o
notice: That tho undersigned, assignee
of the Estate of L, A. Andtews, a
bankrupt, bus, picpatntory to his llnal
account and dividend, submitted his
accounts as such asslguie and tiled the
same beforo Hon. L. Mr Cully, Justice
of the Supremo Court, at his chambers,
to whom bo will apply nt 10 o'clock
on WEDNESDAY, tho Olh day of June,
1890, for a settlement of said accounts
nnd for a dlschatge from all liability as
such assignee, and for an order to make a
Onal dividend, uuil that any person in
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contest tho t-ame. W. 0. PARKE,
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MRS. Jr LYONS, Proprietor.
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VaNollne Hpwlng Machine Oil,
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S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
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