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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 188G.
, ,,VJ i ,,
It seems as if the Legislature is
"'S&liablc to a deadlock by n hasty ad
journment without time. It is also
apt to be irregular in taking teccss,
when a piece of business is up at
the usual hour, which there is hope
of despatching within a few minutes.
In the latter case, there .is n liability
, either to irregularity in prolonging
f the sitting, or to undue hasto in get
ting through with the particular
matter. This not very satisfactory
Btate of affairs might surely be
remedied by a new rulo or two. Mr.
Dickey's resolution, hastily voted
down the other day, would have
covered the difllculty in part. That
was, when the house adjourned at
noon without mentioning an hour for
ire-assembling, it should meet at 1 :30
F. St., and, when it adjourned the
awe way in the afternoon, it should
j meet at 10 next morning. Such a
) rule as that, witli the addition of a
"provision for regular hours for re
cess, cither at noon or in the even
ing, would make matters work with
out any risk of' a hitch. Let it be
provided that the President leave
' the chair promptly at 12 o'clock and
resume it at 1 :t!0, taking up tho
business at the place where it was
broken off. If a member had the
floor at 12, he resumes his remarks
at 1 :30, and so on. Let the house
sit till 4 or f in the afternoon, unless
a motion to adjourn intervene sooner.
In other legislatures there is an hour
fixed for recess, and on its an ival
the presiding bfllcer vacates the
chair without ceremony. Also, in
' the session after recess, when a
debate is in progress, a member
making a successful motion to ad
journ is entitled to the floor on the
resumption of that debate at a suc
ceeding session. If his motion fail,
it signifies that the house desires to
have tho discussion proceed, if possi
ble, to a division. These suggestions
arc respectfully submitted to the
assembled wisdom of the Hawaiian
THE FIRST CHIEF.
Editou Bum.ktjn: A. J. Cart
wright, Esq. , was appointed Chief
Engineer of the Honolulu Fire De
partment 1851, by His Excellency
M. Kekuanaoa, Governor of Oahu.
TWENTY-NINTH DAY CONTINUED.
TiiuitsiUY, June 3rd.
An act to repeal the law prohibit
ing Hawaiians from leaving the
kingdom, second reading.
Minister Neumann moved the bill
be indefinitely postponed. There
was not a Hawaiian but who looked
at that law as restraining him of his
personal liberty. He was at first of
the opinion that the act in force now
was in conllict with tho constitution,
but was now of the opinion that it
was not. About three years ago a
circumstance proved to him that this
was a very salutary act. During the
absence of His Excellency Governor
Dominis on Maui, Hon. Mr. Cleg
horn was acting as Governor. At
that time a certain person arrived
bore from San Francisco, who held
himself to be manager of a disre
putable place of amusement in Sau
Francisco. Ho came down hero for
the purpose of hiring a hula troupe
to be exhibited in that disreputable
place. It stood to reason that any
reputable Hawaiian would not allow
any woman under his control to go
to San Francisco for tho purpose of
exhibiting herself in that place. But
it may happen that, us there aro
Bomo such people in other nations,
there may bo such in tho Hawaiian
Islands, who would be willing to
have women uuder their cliargu ex
hibited in such n place. Therefore,
the Jaw r it stands has a very
ealiitary effect. They had a law by
which a man cannot leave the king
dom without having a passport after
he has resided here a certain lime.
Tho law that is sought to bo repealed
does not interfere with the liberty of
anybody further than that it requires
him to obtain" n permit from the
Governor of the island. Such per
mits aro given without any charge
to the applicant. Ho might eny that
if this law had bften effective only
to put n stop in that ono instance to
tho prostitution of Hawaiian women
in foreign dives, it was a good law
to have. Ho hoped the bill would
be indefinitely postponed.
Hep. Dole said an attempt had
been made at cvory session to repeal
this law. Ho thought that showed
that Hawaiians had a feeling of re
sentment that they were to be
treated as children, different from
other people. He did not suppose
that the law included himself, but
only aborigiual Hawaiians. If it
did include himself he should never
feel right till he had if repealed.
"With Hawaiians faking permanent
positions of trust and responsibility,
were not many of them more com
petent to decide on their own actions
than the Government which is set
over themr Ho was very glad to
hear the remarks of His Excellency
with regard to the hula, and hoped
It might mean that some change had
come over the sentiments of the
Minister Gibson said he thought
the lion, member was indulging in
the class of remarks about which
they had heard so much lately.
Wlmtever individuals might have
done, he did not think the Ministry
could be held responsible.
Hep. Dole said that not long since
the administration had countenanced
those practices, but lie would say no
more on that matter. He could not
see that it was any woisc for Ha
waiians to indulge in those practices
in San Francisco than it was at
home. If any indulged in those
practices here, it was good to get
rid of them. It was impossible to
legislate immorality out of existence.
When a man rents a house it is im
possible for him to prevent immo
rality from being practised iu that
house. At this age personal free
dom was universally conceded in nil
countries; persons could go and
come as they pleased. They had
sufficient limitations to prevent peo
ple from absconding or ficeing from
justice. Those laws applied to every
member of the community, no
matter what their jiationality or
color. AVhereas this law, which the
bill of the lion, member for Koolau
loa (Brown) designed to have re
pealed, applied to only one nation
ality and included members of this
Assembly, such as the member for
Ililo, the member for Xoolaupoko,
and the Minister of Finance, while
the Chincso, Portuguese, etc., were
free to guide their own movements.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone was put and lost.
Hep. Kaulukou move to hvy the
bill on the table. Lost.
Hep. Castle moved the bill pass.
At 12 o'clock, on motion of Hop.
Brown, the house adjourned till 1:U0
There being no quorum at the
latter hour, the house, after waiting
in vain some time for the required
number, adjourned till 1 o'clock to
morrow, so as to give committees
time to deliberate.
HAWAIIAN EVANCELICAL ASSOCIA
TION. TWKNTY-THIM) ANNUAL SESSION.
This body met at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Tuesday, in the Kawainhao Church.
There weio present 30 pastors, 12
dolegatcs and 0 members at large.
The Rev. A. Pah, of Lahninn. was
elected Moderator, and Row "W. M.
Knhiiwan, of Paahnu, Clerk, for the
ensuing year. The various standing
committees were appointed by the
moderator, and the coinmitteo on
overtures presented the order olf busi
ness. The statistical reports of tho
churches were presnutcd, also tho re
ports of tho doings of tho various
Island Associations, and their reports
of tho condition of tho various
churches connected with them. Thcso
reports were rend, as opportunity
presented, and inquiries wore made
in legard to any matters that seem
ed contrary to parliamentary usa'go,
ecclesiastical law or good order.
Tho Association took a recess at
12 M, for the usual noon lunch at
the North Pneifio Missionary Insti
tute, and resumed its sessions at 1
l'. m., adjourning at 4 r. m.
"Wednesday, Juno 2nd, 188G.
Association met at 9 a. si. Tho
reading of tho statistical leport was
tho first business in order. A coin
mitteo was appointed to prepare
resolutions in icgard to tho ministers
who had died during the last year.
Dr. Ilydo read tho annual report of
tho North Pacific Missionary Insti
tute. Thu next item on tho docket
was Biblo reading in tho family, and
the Biblo study that ought to be
niado moro general and more effec
tive. Various pastors told sad
stories of tho ignorance of their
children, the infidelity and immoral
ity of governmentschool tenohors, tho
porsibtcut effort to tench tho Roman
Catholic Catechism to the children
connected, with tho churches of this
association, under protenco of teach
ing them what tltoy need most to
know for tho work of life, The sub
ject olioited warm discussion nnd was
referred to a committed to put beforo
tho churches in sunh way ns to call
attention to this pressing need of
tho churches, and tho persistent
ollbrts to prosolyto their young
pcoplo to other faiths and modes of
woiship, Bo v. E. S. Tinioteo, of
Vaialuu, gnvo an interesting nocount
of his methods in Interesting his
pcoplo, old and young, in a united
study of tho Biblo.
By permission of the Association,
Mr. F. "W. Damon, Superintendent
of the CUineso Mission Work, wag
invited to give some account pf tho
Chinese in their own country and in
theso Islands. Christianity, lie said,
is tho religion for humanity, not for
nny part of mankind only. At the
timo when David began his reign,
the Chinese Empire had already ex
isted hundreds of years. Away
back in romoto antiquity, the Chi
nese had invented printing, gun
powder and the mariner's compass.
Mr. Damon showed on the black
board by the aid of various dia
grams, tho size of the Chinese Em
pire as compared with the various
continents and other kingdoms, and
its population as compared with that
of other countries. If tho Chinese
people were arranged in a line three
feet apart, they would encircle tho
globe seven nnd a half times; if
this line was started walking day
nnd night, It would take 17 years
to pass a given point; yet all tho
Christian Chinese in this single file
would pass before one in only one
half day. Maps were shown of
China and of tho province of KSvan
Tung from which alone the Chinese
have emigrated to these Islands. A
brief explanation was given of the
pictorial hieroglyph of the 21-1 radi
cals and the transformation through
which they have passed, till the
Imperial Dictionary now shows GO,
000. A brick was shown from tho
great wall of China, built B. C. 200,
and extending l,ii00 miles; also, a
praying machine of the Chinese
Buddhists, pictures of n pagoda and
temple, and a model of a Chinese
lady's foot, A brief account was
given of the introduction of Chris
tianity into China. In the Gth cen
tury, Nestorian Christians came in,
and Roman Catholics in the 17th
century. Uut Evangelical Christi
anity dated from the arrival of
Robert Morrison, who with truo
Christian heroism undertook to copo
single handed with the myriad forms
of heathenism. In 1808, he landed
there, and in 1818, ho had trans
lated the whole Biblo into that in
tricate language. In 1833, not a
single Christian Chinaman was to be
found in China. In 1853, there
were 350; in 1883, 20,000. How
many there will be in 1893 may
depend .somewhat on what is done
in this kingdom. Thoro arc now
421 foreign missfonaiics resident in
The address was closed with a
word of thanks to the Hawaiian
pastors for their help and sympathy
and an earnest oxhortation to make
this Hawaiian Kingdom a Christian
At noon, the Association ad
journed, after having voted to ac
cept tho Invitation of the Trustees
of the Ivawaiahao Seminary to attend
the annual exhibition of the school
at 1 :30 i m.
TnuitsDAY, June 3rd.
The Association resumed its ses
sions at 9 a. si. The first half hour
was, as usual, occupied with devo
tional exercises. The morning ses
sion was thereafter taken up with
the reading of the reports of the
Treasurer and the Secretary of the
Hawaiian Board. Following is an
abstract of the Treasurer's icport:
Including balances on hand from the
Foreign Mission $3,0.10 r9
floine Mh-ion 1,"M 85
Publications 1,008 fiO
X. P. M. Institute 725 00
General Fund .1,517 20
Aiueilean Bible Society 1,300 00
Gilbert Island Publication... . 000 01
Marshall Island Publication.. 282 81
Caroline Island Publication.. 80 00
Chinese Work 1,141 00
MIcroncMun .Mission 1,078 50
Marquesas Mission 000 00
Publications 1,030 02
Home Mission 1,370 85
X. P. M. Institute . 725 00
American Bible Society 1,300 00
General Fund i) 418 HO
Gilbert Island Publication. . . 72 41
Caroline Island Publication.. 34 7'2
Marshall Island Publication.. 101 47
Chhietc Work 2,181 0
Balance on baud 3,5!li 05
Total 15,130 02
At the afternoon session, Mr. W.
"W. Hall was re-elected Treasurer,
and Rev. A. O. Forbes, Correspond
ing Secretary, the election in each
ease being unanimous. Other mat
ters brought forward wore referred
to committees who aro to prepare
Bpeeiul reports to bo presented at
next session. Invitations were ac
cepted to attend the annual tea
party at Fort-street Church, the
Sunday school exhibition on Friday
at Kaumnkapili Chinch, and the
exercises of the North Pacific Mis
sionary Institute, Saturday morning
and evening. Adjourned to 1
o'clock l'. si., Saturday.
SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OF
tho Board of Tniitees ot thu
Queen's Hospital, will bo held nt tho
Itnom of the Chamber of Commerce on
Wednesday next, the 0th June. 1880. at
m. Per ord'T
F. A HUHAEPEK.
Jlonolulu, June 4th, 180. 40 4t
Thu Members of Polynesian
Knnuumincnl No. 1 uru re.
quested to ha present at tho
ltejruhir Meeting THIS
VKNING, at 7:80 o'clock.
, as tho Itnyul Purplo Degree
iwiu oeoonicrreu, visiunc
brothers aro cordially Invited. It
A GERMAN LADy, recommended
by Piofeisor II. Bcrgcr, deslrpi to
give lessons iu Piano and Singing to
young Ladies and Children. Apply at
BIO lm No. 33 Lillha street.
Practical Confcctioiior, Fancy Pastry Cook and Ornamontor.
EESPEOTFULLY Informs the Public of Honolulu and the Islands generally
that ho luttnds to furnish, as soon as tho needed appliances arrive, all the
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
piaftfcally known to him Having mndc n contract with the Woodlawn Dairy for
ii cotutiiiit Hiipply of their celebrated Crcuin, will supply his cus-tomers with more
than fifty dliroioiit kinds Fancy Creams, Tootio Fruity, Soulllos nud many more
too numerous to mention here, all of which ho ha had practical experience with
at the Imperial Courts of Vienna und the Hoyul Confectionery of Bavuihi. All
sieain.powur-niodo artlclei In this lino are far superior to any liuml.iniida.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Cindy Factory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTO BY AND STORE No 71 Hotel street, between Fori und Nuuanu Kts.
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special arrangements made icgardliif Prices for Inrgo ordeis, which It
will bo impossible for any mm else to compete with.
The Public will
F. Horn's Steam-Made Creams,
Frull, Claret, Madeira, Melon, Mllle Fruit.
Champagne, Marachino, Nuova and any other Water lei" dcFlrcd.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Practical
Confectionor. -1-1 2w
A Special Meeiing , Salmon Bellies
WILL I1K iinun
at 7:ii0 o'clock bharp, at the usual place,
for reconsidering tho
The White House,
No. 118 Nuunini fejtruot.
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Hcasnnnblc. FirstClass
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
AERIAL BOATS 1
ARE NOW HUNMNG EVKHY
Afternoon and Evening, beginning
at 4 o'clock. Thcso pleasant means of
llecreation ar now ready for the diver
sion ol me puiiiio in mo
Corner Queen & Richards Sts.
Only 10 cents a rldo of live minutes. A
great nerve iuvlgorator.
C. B. & P. LTJCTWEAKO.
On WEDNESDAY, June O,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., at tho residence
of T. H. Davies Esq, Nuiuinu
Valley, on uecountof depar
ture, we will sell at pub.
Plato GlniB I'ier Mirrors.
Bff I Set, iii Sill,
Freneli Marble Clock,
French Walnut Oheflbnier,
Fiench Walnut Table?,
Velvet Plush Tables.
Revolving Book Hack,
1 Upright Grand Piano,
Cornices and Curtains,
Onk Extension Dining Table,
Oak Dining Chairs,
China Dessert Service
Decorated Dinner Koivlro,
An assortment of Glasswaie,
lion nnd Brass Bedsteads,
uair innui esses,
Oak Dressing Case,
An assortment of Table Linen,
I Phaeton, Australian Baddies, Sets of
Harness, Lawn Mower, Garden
t2T Tho premlpos will bo open for In.
ppeetlnu on TUESDAY, Juno 8th, from
10 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock r.M.
E. 1. ADAMS
Find it to T
In 25-lb. Kits,
Just received by Caibn'ien, nnd for
CASTLE & COOKE.
Barber and Hair Dresser,
Next door to Adlcr's Hoot and
MacNeale & Urban
A Flao Assorfaicnt Arrived,
O. O. BEROER .
to inform tho Public in general
that ho has rcciived an
of Ladies', Gents' and Childien's
Boots, Shoes &
Base Ball Books, &c.
Baso Ball Guides foi 1880,
Playing Kulcs ot iho National League,
Art of Halting and Bae llunniug,
Art of Pitching nnd Fielding,
For talc at
T. 0. THRUM'S
Just received per recent arrivals, an ex..
ccllcnt assortment of flat Letter, Cap,
Demy, Medium and Folio papers for
blank foims, or blunk book work. Abo,
Perfection Linen and Marcus Ward's
plalo finish folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetablo Parchment,
superior to animal parchment for pen
woil: or printing, nnd tough as leather.
JJST Stalloneiy and Bindery orders
faithfully attended to nt
t. . Turners,
MO lm 100 Furl btreet.
AT a special meeting of tho Hawaiian
Carriage Manutactiiilng Co. held
this day, E. G. SOIIUMAN was elected
Secretary and Trensuier In placo of
T'hos. S. Douglas resigned.
K. G. SOIIUMAN,
Secr'y IInw,n Carriage Muuf'g Co.
Honolulu, May ilrd, 1881!. 018
IN consequenco of having been burned
out I beg to notify my friends nud
tho public In general, that T havo re
moved (o 10G Kuminn street, next to the
Commercial Hotel. Coffco and Lunch
at all hours, us before.
323 lm TUOMAS M.ULDOON.
lit JXiVVlH, -Sir
IMFOllTEHS AND DEALEK8 IN
Stanle & Paucy GroceriGS, Produce, Provisions k Feel,
IIuvo Kccclvcd, ioi yViiHtrjilla,
California Fresh Fruits, etc., etc.,.
Season now commencing with Cherries, to bo followed by Apricols, Peaches,
Plums, IVnrs, Grapes, Nectarines, Apples, etc. Also, Cala. Froh Roll
Butter, Fresh Salmon, Kock Cod, Smelts, Flounders, Celery,
Cauliflower, etc., etc.
Woodlawn Dairy Ruttcr, 1-lb. Bricks, 05 cents cncli,
Other Island Dairies, CO cents per lb.
tST Possessing exceptional advantages In having n Refrigerator of superior
capacity, built o.piclnlly for tho purpose of preFcrvlng fresh and sweet Hie varl
ous delicacies with which our patrons aro supplied, wo claim for our Butter tho
first reputation In the local markot.
4 A Complete Uno ol'
Fresh Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc.
Bran' Oats, Corn, Barloy, Wheat, at lowest market rates.
Special caro given to the tilling of Island orders. Fruit shipped to tho other
Islands during the season. Dally deliveries to all parts of tho citv.
Walklkl and tho Vnllcy. '
3?. O. J3ox 43; 33otli Tel., 130.
JUST OPENED UJ
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ribbons, Laces, s'S
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
OX o.ia OS
We aro pleased to announce the arrival of our immense laigo Iuvofco of
Dry Ms, Fancy Ms, Laces, Elon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and aie now offering unprecedented and unrivnlled Bargains In all ourdepartm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Victoria Lawn at $2 apiece, 10 yards: a very
urge assortment of new Spring st)les in Lawns, 4-4 Uuliste. Sateens, plain
llgured and brocaded, white Pique und afull line of Diets Good, Iho latest out.
Lace Boncle, Ladies' Tricot; Olotli
in all the now shades; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread IIoeo at 40 cents,
tho host value ever offered.
Just received, all Ihe Iatesl styles in Boys nnd Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys Blue Flunel Sailor Suits at $2.00 a Suit. Just received, direct from
Ladies', Men's, Misses'.
BAliGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS !
Ludles aro requested to coll and cxamlno my
IVev Stock of Millinery Goods,
just received, ex Zealnndln, amongst which nro somo of tho
Newest and Latest StyloB of HatB, Italian Del Monte,
fancy mixed Shell Braid and Wlilto Chip and Lace, fanoy mixed Dlxey and
Qreyfctono, Lochorn Laurel und Arno. &k.. Sri- J
Feathois, Plumes, Flowers, Ornaments, Laces, Velvets nnd
All Work Guaranteed and at tho lowest Possiblo Prices.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
uiesetaoiigli Manufacturing Compfs
. Vaseline Camphor Ire,
Vatielluo Cold Creniu,
VuMcllno Hair Oil,
VuhcUiio Mowing Jllaeliluo Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
J. at. ".VlXjlJJSIt
ITox - t Street.
ail Children's Shoes,
., .wvU.U VIIIIU1VUU uiiuuu,
which wo offer at hcd-iock prices.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
vv W tS.l.Ll.U.UX,
Flushes in gi cat
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