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SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1885.
Scarcely anything is more liable
to abuse thiui thu power of patron
ago. When a person is elected (o n
scat in the Legislature, it is gener
ally expected by a largo circle of liia
friends and acquaintances that their
way to public emoluments is there
upon Tvide open. Theoretically, it
docs not follow that the election of a
candidate for legislative honors
means the election of his own and
his wife's relations to sundry fat
ofllces under government; but prac
tically such is too often the fact. In
the United States, the abuses con
nected with appointments at the in
stance of senators and representa
tives have become so flagrant that
the nation is becoming disgusted
with the whole programme. To
cure tho evil, a bill has been intro
duced in Congress by Senator
Hampton " prohibiting the interfer
ence of Senators and Representa
tives in appointments." Tho bill is
pronounced by Harper's Weekly, a
periodical which, by the way, is a
model of independence and out
spoken honesty in the discussion of
all national questions, to be "very
timely, and necessary." The samo
paper proceeds to say: "It declares
recommending or soliciting appoint
ments by any Senator Or Represen
tative to be a misdemeanor punish
able by fine, and that all informa
tion from a Senator or Representa
tive desired by the Executive shall
bo asked in writing, and the answer
in writing shall be filed in the pro
per department or bureau. The
necessit of emancipating tho ex
ecutive olllcers of the government
from tho annoying importunity of
the members of Congress needs no
demonstration. Proper attention to
the business of the whole people is
prevented by the pertinacity of
members of Congress in personally
urging and re-urging at length the
appointment of some individual con
stituent. The impertinent pressure
of members of Congress upon ex
ecutive olllcers is the great pest and
nuisance of administration and it
should be peremptorily prohibited."
If the great United States of
America have found 'appointments
through political and personal favor
itism an incubus upon good govern
ment too heavy to bo borne any
longer, how inucji more should the
little Kingdom of Hawaii . adopt
prompt measures to get rid of tho
self-same burden. Appointments to
positions of public trust and respon
sibility arc never made when the
first symptoms of qualification for
the position arc notoriously wanting,
except under pressure from either
the candidate himself or his friends,
or both. It is an abuse which grows
strong with age, and tho sooner it is
attacked the more easily will it be
abolished. Why should the public
service bo mado a haven of rest for
needy political hangers-on? How
ever desirous the Ministers of the
Crown may bo of securing efficient
persons in all dcpartmoifts of the
public scrvico, they are often handi
capped by the importui)U5' ami even
dictation of influential friends of un
The course proposed to be taken
in the United States whereby the
supporters of candidates for office
shall be mado responsible for their
acts might bo followed here with
nianifcst advantage Tho reasons
for any appointment or removal to
gether with all correspondence there
on might bo kept on flic, and bo
forthcoming in tho Legislative As
sembly at tho call of any member
who might see lit to demand thorn.
If such wcro tho practice, candidates
and their backers would be careful
in making representations that,
might, any day, bo read out boforo
tho public. Hawaii hits profiled
much by tho oxporionco of other
countries, and this is a matter so
essential to good government that
sho will prove horbolf wlso boyond
lior years by taking n loaf out of
Senator Hampton's bill and adding
it to her present block of political
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Honolulu llrcmcii appear to take
unusual interest In this year's elec
tion of engineers. During tho past
week or two tickets liavo been
arrangod and re-arrnnged, nomina
tions made, canceled and revised,
until they now stand thus: Wilson,
Asch and Hustace; Wilson, Mon
sarrat and Hustaco; Nott, Jlon
earrat and Hustace. Tho flrst
unraed in each ticket is for Chief,
tho second for First Assistant, and
third for Second Assistant. As the
time of election approaches, enthu
siasm waxes warm, the adherents of
each ticket seem to work with aug
mented vigor for the triumph of their
respective nominations, nnd speak
with equal confidence of assured
This is a matter in which every
householder is really more deeply
concerned than householders gener
ally realize. It is of no small con
sequence to them what description
of men arc placed at the head of
the fire department, to command,
direct, and control the. noble army
of volunteers who hold themselves in
readiness, night and day, to battle
with tho tierce llamcs whenever they
may commence their work of des
truction. To every householder, to
every resident, even to transient
visitors, it is of supremo import
ance that men of clear heads and
sound judgment, backed with cour
age and vigilance, should bo elected
to the positions of Chief and Assist
ants of the fire force ; for tho life
and property of all arc largely in
their keeping. The case of tho poor
sailor who lost his life in the confla
gration which destroyed Wnllace's
lodging house on Fort street, fresh
in the memory of many readers,
might bo cited to show the interest
of even the more casual visitor in
Householders and residents arc
not only interested in the sense just
now briefly indicated, but in another
and a more direct way, as taxpayers.
The fire service, although voluntary,
is properly maintained by public
funds, to which cvciy taxpayer con
tributes a share. An appropriation
is regularly made by the Legislature
for this purpose, and an unusually
large amount is needed nnd asked
for to meet the special demands of
the ensuing biennial period. The
olllcers of the fire department direct
and control the expenditure, of the
appropriation, and the contributors,
that is, the taxpayers, are interested
in selecting men in whom they have
confidence that tho money will be
expended honestly, economically,
judiciously, and to the best advan
tage. With regard to the names on the
various tickets, little other than
words of commendation can bo
uttered respecting them. The fact
that each has so large a following
and such warm support seems to in
dicate that there is not much to
choose between them. They are all
to some extent tried men, and their
record is before the community. Of
tho two gentlemen nominated for
Chief, Mr. John Nott has held the
position for a series of years, and
has given satisfactory proof of his
fitness for the trust. In Addition to
his past experience and a good re
cord, it should be remembered in
his favor that ho is a practical me
chanic, whose calling gives him a
thorough knowledge of tho construc
tion of buildings, which is very es
sential knowledge for the Chief of
a fire department to have. Resides,
he is a thoroughly representative
citizen, and a gentleman whom tho
people respect, esteem, and trust.
His election would undoubtedly give
the greatest satisfaction to the largest
The opposing candidate, Mr. C.
B. Wilson, is a gentleman of enorgy
nnd decision, with tho capacity to
command, and is withal an excellent
fireman. But from the people's
standpoint there is onu insurmount
able objection to his election ho is
Superintendent of tho Water Works.
It is tho duty of tho Superintendent
to attend to tho water supply at the
time of a flro, and ho cannot do that
and direct tho lire brigades at tho
same time. It is a litllo surprising
that Mr. Wilson and his supporters
liavo not given due weight to this
important fact. Tho duticsuud bases
of operations of tho Chief Engineer
of the Flro Department and of the
Superintendent of Water Works,
when n lire is being fought, aro dis
tinct and separate, and no ouo man
onu possibly bu in tho two places at
tho samo lime, nor olllclonlly dis
charge tho two sots of duties. Let
those who possess tho elective power
calmly woigli this twU
FitinAV, Juno 4th.
The Assembly met at one o'clock,
1. m. Present: Ministers Gibson,
Kapcna, Oullck and Neumann; No
bles Walkert Cleghorn, Parker, Ka
noo, Wilder and Bishop; Reps. Pa
lohau, Nohinu, Ainara, Castle, Pa
llia, Thurston, Dole, Paehaole,
Kaulia, Nahalc, Kekoa, Dickey,
Aholo, Kaukau, Ilayseldcn, Kntilti
kou, Kauai, Kaai anil Wight.
The Secretary nnd Interpreter
read the uHntites of previous sitting,
which wcro confirmed.
Rep. Dole presented a petition
from Chinese residents of Honolulu,
with 1(55 .signatures, against the bill
to lax Chinese for the benefit of a
hospital fund. Rcforrcd to Judi
Rep. Aholo presented a report of
the Finance Committee on two peti
tions from Wnlluku, 1st, against a
subsidy to the Oceanic Company's
steamers, recommending to lay it on
the table for consideration with sub
sidies in the Appropriation Bill;
and, iiid, that tho Ministers be not
allowed to create a bank for the
Japanese fund, recommending that
it be laid on tho table' to be consid
ered with that mailer when it comes
before the house. On motion of
Rep. Kaai, the report was adopted.
Rep. Kaulukou presented a report
from the Judiciary Committee on a
petition from Molokai, that chap.
27, laws of 188-1, relating to the ap
pointment of Road Supcrvisors-in-Chief,
be repealed, recommending
that it bo laid on the tabic for con
sideration with a bill on that sub
ject. Hop. Dole moved tho report be
adopted. Ho said lie noticed that
reports of committees had in no
case expressed any opinion on the
petitions referred to them, and con
tended that there was not the slight
est uso in having such matters given
to 'committees unless they aided the
house with their advice on the sub
jects of petitions, lie said lie mado
the motion to get an opportunity
for expressing the above sentiments.
The (notion passed.
Rep. Kaulukou presented another
report from the same committee,
which ho thought was not open to
the objection of the lion, member,
as it had a recommendation. It was
on a petition from Puna, that sea
fisheries bo made free to nil. Tho
committee understood that there
was now a law allowing tenants to
take all kinds of fish but one, but,
with regard to admitting other than
tenants to the privilege, they con
sider it would be a hardship to the
konohikis, and therefore recom
mend that this prayer of the peti
tion be laid on tho table. On mo
tion of Rep. Kcau the report was
laid on the tabic to be lonsidercd
with any bill on the subject.
Rep. Kuunnmano prest utcd a re
port of the Sanitary Committee on a
petition from Puna, that a resident
physician be appointed in that dis
trict, recommending the Assembly
to refer it to the President of the
Board of Health with a recommend
ation that the prayer bo granted.
Adopted. Also, on a petition from
Waituku, that the sala of opium be
not licensed, recommending that it
be laid on the table for considera
tion witli any bill on the subject.
Rep. Dole thought that .was a very
bad report. On tliis-vory important
matter the Sanitary Committee had
no recommendation to make except
to lay it oirtlie table.
Rep. Aholo said the committee's
idea probably was that the subject
would come up when the bill was
before the house, and in order to
save two discussions it was recom
mended to lay tho petition on tho
Rep. Dole said t,he sole object of
reference to a committee was to have
the matter investigated and recom
mendations made. If tho committee
report that thoy liavo considered
the petition and the samo time have
no recommendation to make, then
he said they had not considered it.
It was not necessary that they should
have a discussion at that stage, but
thoy should have the committee's
advice when the subjcot came up.
Ho moved that tho report bo refer
red back, with tho request that the
committee express on opinion on tho
Rep. Kaunamauo said the com
mittee had a meeting on this peti
tion and discussed it, finally coming
to tho conclusion that, as a bill was
to come up, to license opium, the
petition should be laid on tho tablo.
Tho report was adopted.
Rep. Kaulukou gave a verbal re
port of the Judiciary Commitlco on
a petition from Makawao, against
paying Government officials for time
that they weroiOt working, He had
asked the member for Makawao
(Dickey) what the object of the
petition was, but that gcntlcmau'did
not know. The committee recom
mended that'tho petition bo returned
to tho lion, member. Adopted.
Rep. Brown presented a report
fiom the Judiciary Committee on
tho bill to confer Jurisdiction on
Pollco and District Justicos of Kona,
Ouliu, with respect to tho FiroLlmitB
act, recommending its passage. On
motion of Rep, Unstlu, tho report
was adoptod, and, on motion of
Minister Neumann, (ho hill was
ordorod in bo rend n third time on
.Hop, Aholo moved that the bill to
repeal the law prohibiting Hawallnns
from leaving tho kingdom bo read a
third time on Tuesday. Carried.
Noblo Bishop asked for further
time for the Education Committee to
report on tho Sunday bill, wlijoh was
Rep. Kaunamano presented a re
port of the Salutary Committee on a
petition from Makawuo, that Dr. A.
II. Bailey bo appointed Government
physician iu that district, recom
mending that It be referred to tho
President of the Board of Health,
with a recommendation to grant the
Rep. Kaai moved a suspension of
tho rules, whichfcnrrled,to present a
petition from liana, that the mail
bags be opened nt Kcanae; also,
that an agent to take acknowledg
ments be appointed at that place.
Referred to Public Lands Commit
tee. Rep. Keau, on suspension of the
rules, presented n petition from
Fire Engine Co. No. -1, Honolulu,
that in any appropriation for the
Fire Department, part of it may be
set apart specially for that company.
Referred to the Finance Committee.
Also, from residents of Iwilei, that
a road bo opened to that place, past
tho O.ihu 1'risoiif and an approprid
tion be made for that purpose. Re
fcircd to I'utyli.ttplftnils Coinmittcc.
Also, from il(5iIoluu, that the
Boaid of Health put a aUip to the
accumulation of fertilizing material
at Kukuluaco (beyond Fisherman's
Point). Referred to Sanitary Com-
Rep. Castle pi csented a resolution
that all liquor lawibills -be referred,
without further 'motion, to tho
specinl committee t on thnt subject
previously appointed. Adopted.
Rep. Dole rend a first time an act
to regulate pensions. It provides
that any public official resigning or
honorably discharged, after a con
tinuous service of 2f years, shall re
ceive a pension of one-half his
salary at the time of such icsigua
tion or discharge, and that tho
widow of such an official shall re
ceive a pension equal to one-quarter
of her husband's salary, the pension
to cease in case of her marriage.
Rep. Paehaole picscnted a reso
lution, reciting that it was reported
the tug Eleti has been selected to
take tho committee of visitation to
Molokai ; that the vessel in question
had been used to take the President
of the Board of Health and party
there on a former .occasion, when'
they were in danger of being washed
overboard: and therefore resolving
that the President of tho Board of
Health be requested to place a
larger vessel at tho disposal of the
committee. He did toot think the tug
boat was lit to send on that mission ;
slic was too small. He believed that
a storm was brewing, and that mem
bers of the committee would suffer.
Minister Gibson (Prest. B. of. II.)
admitted the justice of part of what
tho lion, member Had said, lie had
himself had experience of the ocean
as an old sailor, but perhaps his
hardihood might not excuse his ex
posing the gentlemen of a more
tender nature to the perils of the
sea. He had made several hundred
trips in the channel between the
islands, and it was a hardship to get J
a uticKing ana to nave one s clothes
dry on him. The Minister of- In
terior had engaged to have tho boat
ready, extra hands had been em
ployed, and creature comforts pro
vided for tho voyage something to
cat and drink, but nothing of an
alcoholic nature and, although tho
vessel was not calculated as a pas
senger boat and was not adapted
for a night voyage, the committee
would find comfortable arrange
ments for a daylight passage.
Still, if tho Assembly thought she
was not good enough, or if the voy
age was to bo made at night, per
haps a larger vessel could be ob
tained. In every other respect tho
Elcu was a strong and serviceable
boat, and he hoped sho would con
vey' the lion, members to Molokai
and back in good time.
Rep. Kaulukou thought the lion,
member for Molokai, accustomed to
cross the channel in surf boats,
would not be uncomfortable on the
Eleu, and if he took the wheel tho
tug would make a Very comfortable
trip. He moved that the resolution
be indefinitely postponed.
Rep. Lllikalani moved to amend
the lesoluiiou by requiring that a
life line or netting bo placed round
tho bulwarks, as homo of, tho com
mittee might require! to look over
the 8ido of tho boat. (Laughter).
Rep. Aholo thought the resolution
should lie on tho table till to-morrow.
Ho would like to goto Molokai him
self. Not having seen this boat, he
would like to go down and tako a look
at her. If the member for Molokai,
used to crossing tho channel m open
bouts, was afraid of the Eleu, it
looked significant. Gentlemen of
tho committee did not want to go
liko sailors iu whaleboats with noth
ing but a mnlo on them (laughter).
Ho did not liko tho idea of having
tho member for Molokai as captain.
Rep. Dole said it did not seem to
occur to anyone that the steamer J.
I. Dowsctt was going up this even
ing mid coming back to-morrow.
That vessel had good cabin accom
modation and fare, and it would be
bettor for tho committco to go by
her than to incur tho expense of
sending tho Elou. The Eleu was
not calculated to go out on a rough
sea, and those accustomed tot,he sea
considered her llahlo to go to tho
bottom in rough water, This com.
mlttee contained one member of tlio
:.- fj b JWitefc
Opposition and four of tho Govern
ment party. They could much worse
afford to lose one Opposition mem
ber than four of the Government
Minister Gibson agreed with tho
remarks of the lion, member for
Lahaiiia, but with regard to tho
statement of tho lion, member for
Lihue, lie would say that the trip of
the Eleu when he went up cost 8-1G,
while it would cost perhaps about
8150 to send the committee by the
Jnsrl. Dowsett. As for tho remark
about the possible loss of tho vessel
by getting a little way from land,
that was somewhat amusing when
they considered that she came all
tho way from San Francisco, doubt
less encountering billows much
greater than she would in the chan
nel. Tho motion to lay the resolution
on the tablo carried.
Rep. Kaulukou gave 'notice of,
and under suspension of tho rules
rend an act to amend sec. -100, Civil
Code, relating to dead letters.
Rep. lolo moved a resolution that
the President be lequested to fill the
vacancy on the Sanitary Committee
caused by the absence of Hon.
Godfrey Rhodes, which being carried
tho President appointed the mover
of tho resolution, who claimed ex
emption under the Mile that a inom
,ber need not serve on more than two
Standing Committees. Ho moved
thnt Noble Wilder bo appointed to
the vacancy, which carried.
The President appointed as the
special committee on permanent set
tlements, oidercd by resolution yes
terday: Noble Doininis, Reps. Dole,
Aholo, Brown aiul Ilayseldcn. He
also, for good reasons given, nnd
there being no objection, appointed
Rep. Kauhanc in place of Rep.
Castle on the Molokai visiting com
mittee. Rep. Kcau read a first time an act
to amend s-oc. 1!)8, Civil Code, re
lating to the fish market.
Rep. Wight read a first time an
act to amend sees. 10, 41, '42j 40,
and 52, chap. 4.1, laws of 1882, to''
consolidate and amend the law relat
ing to internal taxes.
At .1 o'clock, on motion of Rep.
Nnliale, the house adjourned till 10
ACOMTKTENT pmon as Niirsu nnd
tiowliig Mnld. Apply to
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MRS. A M. ME M.. IS,
Dress.mnklng Es-tuhlUhment 101 Foit st
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To the Electors Honolulu
NOTICE Is hereby given Hint the un
dersigned, noting under legal ad
vice of Ills Excellency Paul Neumann,
Attorney-General of the Kingdom, will
receive votes of ALL FIREMEN with
out rcgaid to any llmlintlnn. ai thu olcc
lion to he held Monday evening, June
7, 1860, such voteis in tie regularly
authenticated by the foreman nnilsr-crc.
tnry of each company lo injure the
good tt nn (line of the eWlnrf.
Cliairiu-iu of Election.
Honolulu, June 6, 1880. 47 2t
On TUESDAY, June 8th,
At 10 o'clock, a.m., ill our Sale-room,
Queen street, wo will sell nt public auc
tion, n lot of
consisting of Plate Glns Minor, Pen.
dant Hauglng Lamps, Panel Pictures,
Plnciiuen, Pintuics, Lace Curtains ami
Cornice, Centre Table, Carpet Rugs,
Whltoand Colored Malting. 2 Hcdioom
Sets, Moquito Nets, 1 Cook Stove and
Utensils, 10 Canary Birds (good bingoisi,
1 Dinner Set. Plated Waie. Also. 1
Family Carriage, 1 now Unggago Ex.
press, 1 now Village Cart, 1 now Top
. E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
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HOUSE TO LET.
T No. 40 EMMA STREET. Low
Kent. , 47 2t
A DIVIDEND of -SfiO a Bhuro Is pay
able at the ofllcu of Messrs. II.
Ilnckfcld & Co. to the Shareholders or
the Koloa Sugar Co.
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Wootlliiwii Dairy Butter, 1-lb. Bricks, G5 cents each,
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1ST Possessing exceptional ndvantnges iu having a Refrigerator of superior
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