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THURSDAY, JUNK H, 188G.
FOR A COOD REASON
Some capital litis been attempted,
by the supporters of corrupt prac
tices to be made out of the notion
of His Honor, Justice Preston, in
sending the evidence and facts of the
Kckoa case into tin Legislative As
sembly. Even some honorable iiicm
bors who have no sympathy with the
supporters of coemption in the
kingdom have expressed a mild dis
approval of tho course taken by the
learned judge. The laws of this
kingdom do not prescribe specifi
cally the duties of the judges in
such cases. The rules of the Iln
vraiinn Legislature, however, pro
vide that, in the House, English and
United States precedent shall be
followed in cases not otherwise met.
The learned justice, in acting as he
did in this case, -was explicitly fol
lowing English precedent in the
matter, and :it the same time com
plying with the rules of the House.
A petition has been laid before,
the Legislative Assembly by Chinese
residents against the proposed act to
tax them for the support of any of
their countrymen who may become
indigent. In connection with this
fact, it is to be noted that, among
the leading Chinese residents of the
city the bill is received with appro
bation. Theso gentlemen feel that
the provision made for needy Chi
nese is more abundant in its absence
than otherwise. One of the pur
poses of the Chinese Club was to
help those in need, but, since the
fire, the funds of that society are
not sufficient to meet the demands
upon them. Those of the ..Chinese"
who arejn favQr.af-ttlfr'tnx are de
sirous of seeing a hospital for Chi
nese established, and other arrange
ments effected- whereby the re
sources of private individuals may be
relieved to some extent of burdens
which are properly the, function of
the state to carry.
AN ECCLESIASTICAL PARLIAMENT.
When the churches in the Ha
waiian Islands, established by mis
sionaries of the American Board,
were thought able to manage their
own affairs without any control over
their proceedings by the missionary
society, the churches on the various
islands were united in Island Asso
ciations for the management of mat
ters of common interest. The Gen
eral Association, now holding its
twenty-third annual session, is the
union of these various Island Asso
ciations, assembled for tho discus
sion and direction of nil matters
pertaining to tho welfare and pro
gress of the whole body. All its
business is transacted in the native
language. The Hawaiian pastors
and lay delegates from the various
associations form a company of in
telligent and influential men, as is
evident from their appearance, the
style of the reports they present
nnd the orderly manner in which
their business is transacted.
Wi:r)Ni:siAV, June 2nd.
The Assembly was opened with
prayer by Kev. J. Waiamnu,' at 10
a. 3i., the President, Hon. J. S.
Walker, in the chnir. Present:
Ministers Gibson and Kapena;
Nobles Dominis, Clcghorn, Kaao,
Kanoa nnd Martin: Heps. Keau,
Haker, Annua, Urown, Knulia, Ka
ulukou, Pahin, Knunamnno, Nahale,
Nahinu, Knuhane, Kckoa, Knukau,
Kaai, Paehaolo, Kauai, Palohau nnd
Hep. Keau presented a petition
from five individuals employed as
guaids at Oahu Prison, who allcgo
they were hired at 82.5 a month but
only have received 822, and ask that
the balance be paid them. Referred
to Finance Committee.
Hep. Brown, from Koolauloa, with
. f4 signatures, praying, 1st, that no
bar mart o i 2nd, that Chinese be pro
hlbitcd from inking their children
by nativu wives to China; Jlril, that
two foreign schools bo allowed for
tho district; ltli, that parents hav
ing four or more children be exempt
from tnxation; fltli, for an appro
priation of 85,000, for tho purpose
of making Kahana harbor accessible
to vessels. Heferrcd to Committee
on Miscellaneous Petitions.
Hep. Kauknu, from Kaanapall,
that kouohiki or sen fisheries be
made free to all. Hefcrred to Pub
lic Lauds Committee.
Hep. Brown, from the Judiciary
Committee, reported on sundry peti
tions, as follows: From Wniluku,
against licensing lotteries; from
llann, that the law totaling to the
appointment of District Judges be
repealed nnd the old law re-enacted,
and that witnesses in ciiiiiiiml cases
be paid; from Wniluku, against n
lottery bill ; from Puna, that Ha
waiians be not allowed to mortage
their property except to the Govern
ment; from Wailuku against a bank
bill or an opium bill ; from South
Komi thnt the gold law be abolished,
that the currency law be amemded,
and that the pay of Government
olliclals be reduced : from Puna,
that the law compelling the payment
of taxes over ten dollars in gold bo
abolished. The committee recom
mend that said petitions be all laid
on the table for consideration with
any bills or matters on their respec
tive Hiibjeets which may be intro
Hep. Kaulukou, from tho same
committee, said they had so much
work that they had to bring in
several reports, and reported n
petitions as follows: From Honua
tilu, that men 50 years of age bo
oxo'iipt from the poll tax; from
Puna, that the law regulating the
Boaid of Inspectors of Elections be
changed ; from Maknwao, that the
law regulating the Board of Tax
Appeals bo repealed and the old law
re-enacted. The committee recom
mend that said petitions be laid on
the table to be considered with any
bills or matters on their subjects.
Hep. Kaulukou presented another
report from the same committee, on
a petition from Ililo, to make the
fisheries in Ililo Bay fice, stating
that on examination they found a
hardship existing, but, being in
doubt whether the fisheries belonged
to the Government or to the Crown
Lands, they recommended that the
petition be referred to the Minister
of Interior, who should confer with
the Commissioners of Ciown Lands.
Minister Gulick, from the Printing
Committee, picsenlcd the house with
printed copies of sundry bill.
Hep. Kaunanfano, from the Sani
tary Committee, rcpoitcd on the
petition from 110 residents of the
leper settlement of Kalnwao, Molo
kai, asking for a committee of 13 to
visit the place and report to the
Assembly. The Committee recom
mend that a committee of five be
appointed for the purpose men
tioned, and that the President of tno
Board of Health be requested to
have a swift steamer ready on Satur
day next at 12 o'clock to tuke the
committco to the settlement.
Hep. Kaulukou moved that the
report be adopted.
Hop. Kaai moved that it bo laid
on the table. The petition contained
no statement of grivances, and was
signed by not a very largo number
of the inhabitants. Let the matter
stand over, and then the petitioners
would see that the house wanted
them to state their grievances.
Hep. Pachaolc was in favor of
adopting the report. It would bo
well to have the committee go . up
and report before the items for the
leper settlement were reached.
Tho motion to adopt carried, and
the President appointed the follow
ing committee : Heps, Knunamano,
Castle and Lilikalnni, and Noble
Noble Cleghorn moved ho be ex
cused, as ho was a member of the
Board of Health.
The President said thnt was why
he appointed him.
Rep. Dole suggested that the lion,
member for Molokai (Paehnolc) be
appointed in the lion, noble's plane.
The committee was supposed to
criticize the Bdard.
Noble Cleghorn was excised and
Hop. Pachaolc named in his stead.
Hep. Lilikalnni presented a re
port from the Coinmitteo on Com
merce, on tho petition from Maka
wao thnt no subsidy be paid to
Spreckel's steamers unless they call
at Kalepolepo, recommending that
it bo laid on the table for considera
tion with any item that may come
up for such subsidy in the Appro
priation Bill. Adopted.
Hep. Knunnmano presented a re
port of tho Sanitary Committee on a
petition with 250 signatures from
Honolulu, that Dr. Goto be ap
pointed resident physician at tho
Kakaako leper settlement and keeper
of tho dispensary, recommending
that the prayer of petitioners bo
Rep. Brown moved to lay report
on table, which carried.
Noblo Bishop presented tho re
port of tho select coinmitteo on tho
currency bill, recommending its
pnssago with certain amendments
Hep, Kaulukou moved to lay tho
report on table to bo considered with
the bill in its order. After discus
sion of tho most appropriate proce
dure to adopt In the cuso, by Minis
ter Neumann, Noblo Bishop, and
nniitiiiftjtjyiHjiHMiiyyjj'ii ifryf Hjd'yioioiwtrtMyij'i'iiOnii
ftep. Dole, Brown, Thurslon ftticl
Aliolo, tho motion was carried, and
tho bill wns rend with the proposed
amendments and laid on the tabic.
Hep. Keau reported for tho special
committee to picscnt Hon. Godfrey
Rhodes with the complimentary reso
lution adopted on the occasion of
his leaving the kingdom on account
of his health, submitting the follow
ing reply made by the lion. Noble :
Gi:xri.i:jn:x: 1 beg you to report
fo the honorable Assembly that I
receive with the greatest gratifica
tion this gracious and nattering
testimonial which tho honorable As
sembly has been pleased to bestow
on me. I return my most sincere and
hearty thanks to Ills Excellency (lie
Minister of Foreign Relations who
proposed, to His Excellency the
Attorney-General who seconded,
nnd to the honorable Nobles and
Representatives who so gencrousb
passed this grand resolution, con
ferring unexpected eulogium on my
humble efforts to promote the pros
perity and happiness of my adopted
country, and I assure the honorable
Assembly that 1 shall pass it down
to my successors and descendants
as amongst the most valued of my
worldly possessions. With grateful
acknowledgment of tho kind expres
sion of hope that I may return with
restored health to continue my legis
lative duties in the future, 1 would
rcmaik that I note with pleasure the
piesence of younger men in the As
sembly, both of native and foreign
descent, thoroughly competent to
play the part to which in days gone
by, without seeking it, 1 found my
self called, and in which, having nc
cepted it, this, your too kind and
flattering lcsolution, bears witness,
that in your estimation I have not
altogether failed in doing what was
no moio thnii my dutj. To that
younger giowth of men my weight
of y irs warns me that I must be
fore ;ng give place, and when doing
so I would bid them, "Bo just and
fear not." They wilr undoubtedly
in the battle of life meet many re
buffs, but conscientiously doing
their duty they will in the end se
cure the lasting regard of all men.
Gentlemen, I bid you farewell.
Whether or not I may return to my
duties, as yon kindly express the
hope I may, tho remembrance oiA
your kindness, and my love 'for
Hawaii, will be present vitli' me to
my latest breath. Farewell.
On motion f Hep. Kaai the re
port was adopted.
The Piesidcnt read nn invitation
from tho trustees of Luunlilo Home,
for the Assembly to visit the insti
tution on Fridy next at 3 o'clock.
Rep. Thurston (after Hop. Kaulu
kou had waived a claim to the floor on
repeated request) made the follow
ing statement to the house: I regret
to take up any further tho time of
the house with regard to n matter
that docs not pertain to the business
of the house. But as yesterday the
house took up the whole afternoon,
I think 1 may be excused if I take
up a few minutes more. By resolu
tion of this house I was ordered to
apologize to this house for ceitain
specified words spoken by me.
Yesterday I endeavored to comply
with the resolution. After about
three hours' discussion this Assem
bly came to the conclusion that I
had not apologized. I thought that
I had spoken plainly enough to be
understood, and personally I do not
think that anything further is neces
sary. As, however, a large number
of the members of the Assembly
seem to have misunderstood what
I yesterday said, and aro thorefore
laboring under the misapprehension
tiial I have not apologized ,to the
house, for the purpose of removing
that misapprehension I hereby re
peat what I said yesterday, to wit:
That tho words in tho amendment'
complained of, in the connection in
which they were used by me, were
unparliamentary, and I apologize to
tho Assembly for having used them.
Minister Neumann moved tiiat the
apology of the lion, member for
Molokai bo accepted. Carried. Ap
plauso.J Hep. Keau read a first timo an act
to provide a permanent settlement
for the widow of the late Hon. Paul
Minister Kapena read a first timo
an act to promote steam communi
cation between the Hawaiian Is
lands and Jnpan, It provides a
subsidy of 825,000' per annum to
any steamship company that shall
establish a direct steamship line,
the service to be monthly with not
less than ten round trips per annum
between Honolulu and Ypkohamn.
Minister Kapena also read a first
timo an act to promote mail com
munication between tho Hawaiian
Islands nnd the United States. It
is the same act, substantially, as
that of last session, giving the
Oceanic Steamship Company a sub
sidy of $1,500 per round tiip, the
service to bo bi-monthly in vessels
of not less than 1,800 tons register,
nnd the Mibsidy expiring March 31,
Minister Kapena also road a first
timo an act to provide for expenses
incurred by His Majesty's Chamber
lain nt coronation, and in building
and furnishing Ioluni Palace.
Hep. Paehaolo presented a resolu
tion for nn appropriation of 80, taxes
paid twico by one Monokapulu. On
motion of Noble Cleghorn, it was
rofcrred to tho Finance Coinmitteo.
Minister Neumann read a first
time an act to provide for tho licens
ing of a brewery of malt liquors in
Hep. Nahalo read a first timo nn
act to provide for n Pollco Justice
in North Konn.
'Htrnti tuj1KimxiMnw 6
Rep. Ktmu, piusonted a i solution
that tho Secretin y bo Instructed to
pay 82 for carriage hire of the coin
mitteo to present the resolution to
Hon. Godfrey Rholes. Carried.
Hep. Amara gave notice of nn net
to provide for the appointment of
Hawaiian youths in tho Survey De
partment. Also, nn act to require
tho Minister of Interior to consult
representatives regarding proposed
improvements to roads in their res
pective districts. Also an net to
require that any ropiesontnlivo pre
senting a bill shall sign his name
with that of his district (hereto.
Also, an act to provide a permanent
settlement of 8000 n year on the
orphan children of the late Rev.
Abel Clark, Government school
teacher at Waialua.
Minister Neumann, nt 11:55,
moved the house adjourn till .'1
o'clock, to enable members to accept
the invitation to t lie annual exami
nation nnd exhibition of the Knwnln
hao Female Seminary. Carried.
Tiiuhsdav, June .'bd.
The Assembly was opened at 10
a. m., with prayer by Rev. J.
Waianmu, Chaplain. Present: No
ble J. S. Walker, Piesidcnt; Minis
ters Gibson, Gulick, Kapena and
Neumann; Nobles Wilder, Kuilie
laui, Kanoa and Cleghorn; Reps.
Keau, Lilikalani, Baker, Knulia, Pa
llia, Nahinu, Kckoa, Kaukau, Kaai,
Pachaolc, Kauai, Amara, Thurston,
Aholo, Kaiihano and Kauhi (the
quorum of 21 being obtained at
10:15, and Nobles Bishop, Dowsctt
und Kaae arriving lie minutes
Rep. Kckoa presented petitions
from Puna, as follow : Thatany rem
nants of Government land in that
district be sold to people of tho dis
trict referred to Public Lands Com
mittee ; that tuition fees be remitted
to parents of children attending
English schools rcfeired to Educa
tion Committee ; for an npproptin
tion of 81,000 to improve the land
ing at Kula referred to Public
Lands Committee. --''
Rep. Paehnole,r from Ilnlawn,
Molokai, that a stock of medicines
bo scut to that place for gratuitous
distribution, and th.it .Mr. Van
Giescu be appointed to dUti Unite
them referred to Sanitary Com
mittee. Hep. Keau, two petitions with the
same prayer from Honolulu one
with 282 and the other 110 signa
tures, that S. II. Mcckapu bo ap
pointed Government physician for
lepers and be paid a proper salary
referred to Sanitary Committee.
Minister Gulick, from the Printing
Committee, presented the house with
certain bills ready for distribution.
Rep. Keau presented a resolution
for an appropriation of $3,000, to
assist in the construction of a new
sehoolhouse for the Kawaiabno
Female Seminary. Laid on table
for consideration with the Appro
Hep. Nahale gave notice of an
act to amend sec. 23, chap. -14, laws
of 1881, relating to the sale of
Rep. Kauhiine presented a resolu
tion for an appropriation of 8500
for erecting a court house in the
eastern part of the District of Kau,
where there is no such building now.
Laid on table to bo considered with
tho Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Amara pi esented a resolution
that the Minister of the Interior bo
requested to immediately order tho
Superintendent of Public Works to
place at the corners of now streets,
in the burnt district of Honolulu,
stone or iron posts bearing notices'
of the required height of buildings
and the grade of streets. He snid
owners of property in that district
were at a loss to know how to pro
ceed with building operations, for
want of knowledge- of regulations.
Referred to the special committee
on lire limits.
Rep. Paehaole gave notice of an
act to amend face. 783, Civil Code,
relating to the holding of elections.
Minister Neumann moved a sus
pension of the rules to permit him
to rend nn act of whioli ho had not
given notice, which being carried,
he read an net to confer jurisdiction
on Police nnd District Magistrates
in tho Distiict of Konn, Oahu, with
regard to tho fire limits law just
ratified. He said this provision wns
inadveitently omitted from that act.
The rules were-suspended to allow
of tho bill being read, nnd by similar
operation It was' forwarded past
second rending by title and refened
to Judiciary Coinmitteo
OHUEK OF THE DAV.
On motion of Hop. Kckoa tho . or
der of the day was taken up.
An act to amend see. 3, chap, 'it,
laws of IJS8-1, was announced for
second reading, but it was dis
covered to havo been referred to
the Education Committee.
An act to amend and consolidate
the law relating to commissioners of
private ways and water rights,
second reading. On motion of Hep.
Hnyselden, the rules were1 suspended
and tho bill read a second timo by
its title, whpn, on motion of Millili
ter Neumann, it was referred to tho
following special committee, ap
pointed by tho President: Rep.
Castle, Minister Neumann, Hep.
Dole, Noblo Dowsctt, nnd Hep.
An net to uinkc n permanent
settlement on Thomas W. Everett.
Some discussion nroso on tho pro-
oeduio to Ifo adonlod with reirnrd to
this and similar measures. Rep.
Cnstlo moved to lay the bill on the
tabic to be considered with a bill to
regulate pensions, which wns lost.
Rep. Hayselden moved It bo referred
to a special committee, which car
ried. Then, by motion of the samo
.member, bills for permanent settle
ments on other persons were taken
out of their order, on suspcision of
tho rules, and similarly disposed of,
namely, those referring to lion. W.
C. Parke, Princess Poomalkelant,
Hon. A. Fornander and Mrs. K. P.
An act to make Kallua, District
of Kcahdcekua, Hawaii, a port of
entry, wns, on motion of Minister
Neumann, tef erred to the Judiciary
Barber and Huir DrcEsor,
Next door to Adler's Hoot nml
rs'o. 118 Nmiiimi fetti-eot,
HONOLULU, : : II. I.
Private Family Hotel,
Tirma ltcinoiiubk'. FlM Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
"Ml boats !
riMIKSU pliiiMinl nu;;in of recitaitoii
JL am now ready for the diversion of
the public at tho
Corner Queen & Richards Sts.
On! 10 ci'tiis a rlilo of Ihe uiiimtcs. A
C. B. & F. LUCTWEAKO.
;i in nv
On WEDNESDAY, June i,
lit 10 O'clock, A.M., lit tile U'&illUILO
of T. II. Dnvti", Ei, Niiuiinu
Valley, on nccotiiitof ilennr-
tnre, wo will K'll at pnu.
l'Intu GlaiB I'ioi MirroiB.
BW Parlor Set, in Si
French Marlilc Clock,
Fietu-li Wi fnut Oiii'fl'in o ,
Fiench Walnut TiiiMri-,
Velvel l'liiHli Tables,
ltevolvlug IJook limk,
1 Upright Grand Piano,
Cnrnleoa and Onrlnlns
Oak KUriision Dining Table,
Onk Dini' g Olitilre,
China Dessert Service
Decorated Dinner Service,
An assortment of Glassware,
lion and Brass lledt.tr.niU,
Oak Dressing Case,
Miiror Fiout j
An iit-bnrlmeiil ol 'lublu Liueii,
I Phaeton, Australian Baddies, Sets of
Harness, Lawn Mower, Garden
tSf The pri'iuhes will lie open for In.
specllon onTUKSDAY, Juno 8th, from
10 o'clock a.m. to K o'clock i.m.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
44 Aiictloni oip,
Uy order of .Mr. M. Loiiisson, Assignee
of Hie Bankrupt Kslale of QuongYucn
Yoik Kce, I will bell at public auction,
at my Salesrooms,
On SATURDAY, Juno 5th,
at 10 a.m., llin whole of Ihe
Stock of Merchandise
consisting of Clolhing, Shiits, Denims,
Uonts nnd Hhooi-, a large assortment ol
Hosiery, UudcibhliU, iiroun and White
CotloiiK, Tolmorn nnd Cigars, Cutlery,
I'lprs, Jewelry, lleiUpreml", Morquitn
Netting, SI1I IIiiiidKeiehiefs, Cussl.
meres, bhow Cases, eta Also,
5 Sewing Machines
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
44 ilt Auctioneer.
A LL perFOiih tiro heteliy wninulnot
Iq givociedil to anybody whiit.-
ever in my mime without my written
permission. JOHN O. KiOK.
Honolulu, Juno 1,1880. -1H 4t
A DIVIDEND of &0n'S!mro Is pay.
able at tho olllce of Messrs. II.
Hnckfeld & Co. to tho tihareholders of
tho Koloa Sugar Co.
J. !'. HAOKPKIjD, Treasurer.
Honolulu, June 1, 1SR0. 43
- LMl'OKTKllS AND
Staplo & Fancy Groceries, Protluco, Provisions & Feed,
l-Iuvo Xccclvecl, per .A.iiMtrullii,
California Fresh Fruits, etc, etc.,
Benson now commencing with Cherries, to be followed by Apricots, Pcnchos,
Plums, l'eiits, Grapes, Nectarines, Apples, etc. Also, C'nla. Fro'li Roll
Butler, Fresh Salmon, Hock Cod, Smelts, Flounders, Celery,
Cnnllllower, oto., etc.
WocMllawii Dairy Butter, 1-lb. Bricks, 05 cents each,
Other Island Dairies, 50 cents per lb.
t3T''l,'8scfsii)g exceptional advantages in having a Refrigerator of superior
cipnclty, built especially for Hie purpoto of preserving frcih and sweet Vile vnrl
oils delicnclc with which our pntrous nio supplied, io clnitn for our Butter tho
flrtt reputation In tho local market.
A Complete JLlno of
Fresh Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc.
Bran, Oats, Corn, Barloy, Wheat, at lowest market rates.
Special care given to tho filling of Island orders. Fruit shipped to the other
Islands during the Benson. Dallv dnllvcrleo to all pnrls of the city,
Wolklki nn'il the Vnlley.
3P. O. JSox 435; 33otli Tel., 130.
JUST OPENED UP,
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8; , :
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over lace,
a Fine Line of Trunks,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol txnd 03
We aio pleased to announce ilia arrival o'f our immense laigo Invoice of
Dry ijoofls, Fancy Goods, Laces, EIod,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and nio now oflering uupieccdcnted and uniivnlled Bargains in all ourdepartm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lnwn at $2 apiece, 10 yards; n very
lurge tibtoitmciii of new Spring stjlos in Lawns, 4-4 lintisto, Sateens, .plain
figured and brocaded, -white Pique and a full line of Drets Goods, Ihe lalcttout.
Lace Bonole, Ladies' Tricot Olotlx
in all the new shades; 40 doz Ladies Llslo Thread Hose at 40 cents,
the best value ever offered.
Just received, all-tho latesl styles In Hoys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys Blue Klanel Sailor Buits nt $2.50 a Suit. Just received, direct from
Lafa', Men's, Mia' and Children's Shoes,
which wo offer at bed-rock prices.
LADIES' BAM, 88 FORT STREET,
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS I
Ladles nre requested to call and examine my
JNe-w Stoclc oX. IMCillineiy Goods,
just received, ex Zcalandia, amongst which are somo of tho
Newest and LatcBt Styles of Hats, Italian Del Monte,
in fancy mixed Shell Urn id nnd White Chip and Luce, fancy mixed Dlxoy and
Greystnne, Leghorn Laurel and Arno, &c , &c.
Feathers, Plumes, Flow erf, Ornaments, Luces, Velvets and Plushes in great
variety; also, Straw '1 rinimings.
All Work Guaranteed and at the Lowest Possiblo Prices.
MRS. Jr LYONS, Proprietor.
VhmcIIiio Camjilior Iro,
ViiHcllue Cold Cream,
Vnnellno Hair Oil,
VnHellno Howlnc Mnclilnc Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.'
3. C vixoifim
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.