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SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1885.
Tiiuitsiur, June lOtli.
The Assembly was opened with
prayer by Rev. J. "Waiainntt, at 10
a. at. The Secretary and Inter
preter read the minutes of yester
day's sittings, which were confirmed.
Present at the reading: Ministers
Gibson, Gtilick, and Neumann;
Nobles Walker (President), Cleg
horn, Ivaae, Kuihelaui, and Martin ;
Reps. Wight, Brown, Kaai, Richard
son, Kauai, Lilikalaui, Baker, Ilay
ueldcn, Kauknn, Aliolo, Dickey,
Kekoa, Keau, Nahale, Kaulia, Pae
haote, Thurston, Kaulukou, Pahia,
Kalua, Castle, Amara, Nahinu, and
Minister Gulick, from the Print
ing Committee, presented the liousu
with two bills ready for distribu
tion. Rep. Brown, from the Judiciary
Committee, presented a report on a
bill to amend the law regulating ap
peals from Police and District Jus
tices, recommending that the bill
pass. On motion of Rep. Castle,
the report was adopted -and the bill
ordered to be read a thitil time on
Rep. Kaulukou presented a re
port from a majority of the Judi
ciary Committee, on the contested
election case of the member for Kan
napali, Mr. Kaukau. The majority
Reps. J. L. Kaulukou, J. K.
Kaunamano and G. B. Palohau
had under consideration the petition
of 54 voters of Kaanapali against the
election, for the reason that the in
spectors refused the right to vote to
22 persons who were not kamaainas
in tho district. They found that
John Richardson, the opposing can
didate, went before the inspectors
and asked to have these names put
on the list of voters, but the only
time these people, or a majority of
them, appeared before the inspectors
was on the morning of the election.
Two witnesses testified on behalf of
the petitioners that they believed
these people would have voted for
John Richardson, but none of tho
22 themselves had testified that it
was their intention to have voted for
Richardson and not Kaukau. In
the opinion of the majority of the
committee there was not sufllcient
evidence to-warrant recommending
this lion, body to set the election of
Mr. Kaukau aside. The two witnesses
only thought that those people would
have voted for Richardson, and the
committco gave the benefit of the
doubt to the respondent. It was
not to be assumed that because the
respondent had a weak case that the
decision should be made against
him. A voter had the right to bo
put on the list only in tho distriqt
whero he lived. There was no list
there except the one made by the
contestant, Mr. Richardson. The
22 persons were strangers (mali
hinis), residents of Lahaina, Wai
luku, and other places, and were
placed on the list under false repre
sentations. There was" no evidence
that the iieonle in question felt
themselves to be injured by the re
fusal to receive their votes, and the
only ground the two witnesses had
for believing that they would have
voted for Richardson as that some
of them were lunas for that candi
date. Therefore the majority of com
mittee recommend as above, that
Mr. Kaukau's election be confirmed.
Rep. Brown presented tho mino
rity report, signed by himself and
Noble J. II. S. Martin. The mino
rity report mentions 28 persons
whose votes were refused, and fiom
the evidence produced they are
satisfied that those 23 muncs were
properly on the list; that tho per
sons were not challenged .or sworn,
and if they had been they could
havo shown that they wero residents
of the district. It was also pioved
to their satisfaction that these 23
would havo voted for Richardson,
and as tho poll stood 71 for Kaukau
and C8 for Richaulson the recep
tion of their votes would havo given
tho hjtter the seat. They therefore
recommend that tho election of Kau
kau be set aside and the Secretary
bo instructed to issue a writ for a
Rep. Thurston moved that the
majority and minority reports bo
laid on tho table for consideration
on some day to bo set. Ho did not
wish tho matter to eomo tip to-day,
because there was an important
principle involved, and members
should havo time to digest propoily
the reasons given by each section of
tho committee. Ho cited tbo exam
plo of Judges in banco crisps, in sup
port of giving members of the house
time lo study this question. After
au exchange of views wi.h tho .Attorney-General
across the lloor, he
moved that Tuesday next be the day
for ihe consideration of the repmls.
Rep. Kiatt said theiu set med to
be no tlirfiunce between the maj
ority and minority o i question" ol
fact, theiefo e he did not sec any
leaou for putting off a decision,
iitut tin. veil to make the teports the
order for this afternoon.
Rep. Dole said all the members
were not so smart as the lion, mem
ber for Honolulu. He could not do
justice to the discussion this after
noon. (Ren. Keau withdraws his
Rep. Kalua moved to appoint
Minister Neumann supported
the motion of the lion, member
for Molokai. A great many mem
bers would bo absent on Saturday,
and perhaps it would be impossible
to get a quorum.
The motion for Tuesday prevailed.
Rep. Kaulukou said the transla
tion of the Judiciary Committee's
report on the Noi th Kona election
was ready, and tho English erslon
was thereupon read at the table by
Intel pretcr Wilcox.
Rep. Castlo moved that tho report
lie on the tabic and be considered
next Tuesday afternoon, lie was
inclined to think the II mil recom
mendation of tho committee was
Minister Neumann asked if the
report was unanimous, and, being
informed it was, moved that it be
adopted and the petition indefinitely
Rep. Dole did not wonder that the
majority of the houso wanted to dis
pose of this report before the other
came up, because these two reports
were inconsistent. And, as one or
the other was on the advice of tho
Attorney-General, ho could sec why
this report should be gut out of the
way before the other camu up. For
instance, in Kona there ncio some
non-residents allowed to vote ; then
non-residents of Kaanapali should
have been allowed to vote.
The President called the mem
ber's attention to the fact that the
report must be taken from the table
before it would be otherwise dis
posed of, which on motion was done.
Hop. Dole, continuing, moved
that the rcpoil lie considered on
Tuesday next. As they said in
England, this was a dilemma with
two horns, and they must take tho
bull by both horns. When the dis
cussion came up on Tuesday,
whether they had tho two reports or
not, the members would want to hear
and discuss them.
Rep. Kaulukou said the report
was that, even allowing all the
the votes claimed by Pilipo, it would
still leave Nahale ahead. .From the
evidence they found that both candi
dates took the votes of non-residents.
If Pilipo had the names of
malihinis on the list, the protest
from him did not come with good
Minister Neumann renewed his
amendment (that fell thiough on the
point of order), for the adoption of
Hep. Dole said the ronmiks of ttie
member for llilo made him feel
more strongly the necessity for de
ferring action. The committee
seemed to havo regarded the issue
as having been between Pilipo and
Nahale, which was a misapprehen
sion, as the matter came up on a
petition from electors of North
Kona. 1'ilipo had nothing to do
with the case, and could not waive
the lights of the electors of the dis
trict. Tho committee seemed to
have regarded it in the light of a
case in the police court, where one
party to an action waived certain
rights. This matter concerned not
only their rights, but those of every
member of the Assembly. In that
matter alono the committco seemed
to have misjudged the case, and
they ought not to adopt tho report,
which was improper Jon one point.
Tho member lor Hilo and the Attorney-General
represented a great
majority in the house, and no mat
ter what happened on Tuesday they
could adopt the l eport then. They
coum cany anyiuing uy xorco oi
numbers. He moved the previous
Minister Neumann said lie did
not know where the lion, member
got his information that he (the
speaker) led a majority in this
Rep. Dole called for a vote on
tho previous question, which the
President sustained, and tho motion
was put and lost.
Minister Neumann continued. He
denied that lie led a majoiily in this
Assembly. Bui for fear that the
lion, member might say that the
houso had used undue haste in dis
posing of this question lie pioposed
to make a few lemaiks upon it. If
this "report had not been agreed upon
by all the members of thecommiltee,
the motion to defer it would have
been proper. Ho could not share
the opinion of tho lion, member for
Liliue that this committco had not
done its duty because it had not
understood it. If ho could havo
shared that opinion he would havo
voted with tho lion, member. Tho
member had stated that there was a
dilemma here. If tho member had
wanted anything but to use tip the
time of tho house, and had looked
at the testimony, ho was a good
enough lawyer to havo found that
one report had nothing to do with
the other. The question that arose
In the District of Kona was an en
tirely diffcreut odo from that In
Kamiapnll, Thu question wnt
whether residents of Kounf from be
ing nb-eiit from the district In Gov
eiiiiui nt employ, still preserved their
K'shlcncu there. If a man resided
in a distiUt and was dlleil away in
the employ of the Government,
which necessitated a change of
dwelling or domicile, it did not
change his light lo vote in the ills
liict. The question niose as to
ccilaln mui who were enlisted in
iht! King's Gonitis, who weie on
gagid in theb duty at Horn lulu.
Rep. Dole How long were they
Minister Neumann said it made
no matter if they were away a thou
sand years. If the voter was away
three months that was his district.
Therefore, if his right was preserved
after the lapse of three months, it
was preserve 1 for three years, five
years. One way in which that was
changed was by a declaration, or
acts which showed that a man
wanted to give up his residence or
domicile in a district. If that pro
position was sound, then there was
not any doubt as to the reasons of
the Judiciary Committee, and he did
not see any purpose in wasting time
in considering a report that was un
animous. If he was doubtful that
the repoit was conect in the matter
of facts or law, he would vote to
defer this repoit till Tuesday, and
tho lion, member would then make
a speech that would show that ho
(Mr. N.) was right now.
Rep. Kaulukou moved the pre
vious question, which carried, and
tho i eport was adopted on a show of
Minister Neumann presented a
report of the select committee ap
pointed yesterday afternoon on two
bills. With regard to the bill to
amend sec. 1, chap. 20, laws of
1870, relative to the licensing of tho
carrying of firearms, the committco
submitted a new bill and recom
mended its passage. After Noble
Dowsctt had pointed out a discre
pancy in the Hawaiian veision from
the sense of the English, tho report
was, on motion of Rep. Castle,
adopted, and the bill passed to
second leading in its order.
On the bill to prevent tho wanton
destruction of game, the same select
committee recommended its passage
with certain amendments submitted.
At 12:05 the house took a recess
The house re-assembled nt 1 :45
Rep. Richardson, from the En
giossing Committee, reported three
bills set down for third reading
to-day as engrossed.
Rej). Dickey presented a resolu
tion relating to the previous ques
tion, which involved a new rule, but
it was almost immediately returned
to him ns being out of order.
Rep. Aliolo offered a resolution
that S500 be Inserted in the Appro
nriation Rill for repairs tn the wharf
at Olowalu. Laid on til table to
boconsideled with the Appropria
Rep. Castle moved that the va
cancy on the Revision and Enroll
ment Committee, caused by the
absence of Noble II. A. Widemann,
be filled. Carried.
The President appointed Rep.
Castle to fill the vacancy.
The President announced the fol
lowing special committees: On a"
bill to authorize the Minister of the
Intel ior to release and quitclaim to
the Uishon of Olba: Minister Gib
son, Reps. Thurston, Kaai, Noble
Mai tin and Minister Neumann. On
the National Loan bill : Rep. Thurs
ton, Ministers Neumann and Gulick,
and Nobles Bishop and Clegliom.
Rep. Kaunamano offered the fol
Whereas, to-morrow, June 11th,
is the anniversary of Kamchameha
I., the renowned warrior of tho Pa
cific, and that as Kaplolani Park is
the place where the event will be
celebrated, bo it
Resolved, That the Scrgcant-at-Anns
bo instructed to have carriages
ready at 10 o'clock to convey tho
members out to tho park, and that
the expenses bo paid out of tho ap
propriation. Also, that when the
house adjourns this afternoon it do
adjourn until Monday, June 14th,
at 10 o'clock a. M.
Rep. Dickey moved as an amend
ment that all Government ofllcers
and the children attending tho public
schools be provided with carriages
to intend tho picnic at Punaliou.
This business of getting carriages to
go to horso races was a laughing
stock. He hoped tho members would
not vote for the resolution.
Rep. lole said ins constituents
would blamo him if lie voted for the
resolution. If it passed, ho did not
want the Sergcanl-at-Arms to order
any carriage for him.
Rep. Aliolo supported tho resolu
tion for tho reason that he wished
the members of tho houso to seo tho
paik, how it was conducted and
managed, and whether it was any
benefit to tho country or not.
Rep. Thurston opposed tho reso
lution, holding that members might
as well ask to bo taken to church or
to private jamborees. Ho instanced
a case where tho New Mexico Legis
lature treated itself to a glorious
jaunt, with all sorts of luxuries in
dulged in by the way, and tho Gov
ernor vetoed tho bill of cxpouses.
In tho 6amo way His Majesty would
bo doing right in declining to assent
to the payment of fares to Knpiolani
Park for members of this Legisla
ture. Minister Gibson wns inclined to
agree with part of the lion, (ncmber
for Ilatnnkua's -views, but, without
preliminaries lie would move that a
committee of one bo appVmtc I to
asceitniu whether arrangements hud
not already been ma le for Inking the
members to Knplolani Park without
cost to tho public purse. He had
information that such was (he case,
and the committee of one would pio
b.ibly ascertain fiom the Minister of
the Intel ior that a small steamer,
piohahly the Kaplolaui, had been
engaged to take thu numbers to the
Rep. Kauiinmauo had not heard
anything of the kind, otherwise he
should not have presented his reso
lution. He referred to the public
money having been spent on the
Rep. Brown said not one cent of
public money granted tho park had
been spent on the race track, but
had been laid out in planting trees.
Money spent on the racing ground
was all subscribed by an association
of 25 or 30 persons.
Minister Gibson's amendment car
ried, and His Excellency being ap
pointed as the committee, reported
immediately, that the steamers Eleu
and Knpiolani would bo ready at tho
foot of Fort street at 9 o'clock to
morrow morning, that boats would
be provided lor taking members
comfortably ashore, and that mem
bers would be received by the Ha
waiian Jockey Club and shown to
good scats on the giand stand. The
report was adopted, and tho resolu
tion passed as amended.
Rep. Keau gave uotice of an act
to prevent foreigners from monopo
lising work on tho wharves.
011DEK OF' THE DAY.
Third reading of an act to amend
chap. 11, laws of 1880, relating to
taxation, education and judicial
districts (as rcpoitcd from the Edu
Reps. Kaulukou and Castle moved
amendments, which were discussed
at length by themselves and Reps.
Thurston and Kekoa.
The houso was once without a
quorum, but the requisite number
was obtained from the lobby.
At 3:25, on motion of Rep.
Aliolo, the house adjourned till 10
o'clock on Monday.
The farewell concert of thu Misses
Jorau and Siguor Lcncioni in the
Opera Houso last Thursday night
was just about what the public ex
pected it was satisfactorily good.
Millie. Leonora Aldiui, tho one
nrtisto in the company who on that
occasion made her first bow to a
Honolulu audience, was well receiv
ed. Tho young lady has a sweet
voice, and keeps it under complete
command. Moreover, her appear
ance on tho stage is pleasing, ond
her manner easy and unaffected, and
therefore agreeable. She sang two
solos very acceptably, both of which
were encored. But she appeared to
tho best advantage, and sang charm
ingly in a duo with Signor Luncioni,
from "the dnucditcrol'the legiment."
Miss Lula, Miss Pauline, and Miss
Eliso Joran brought back to tho
stage, from which thoy had been
several weeks absent, the talents
and tho tastes which had previously
given pleasure "and gained admira
tion in the same place. They mani
pulated their respective instruments,
lie piano and the violin, with an
case, a grace, and a dexterity trulv
surprising. To say that Miss Paul
ino's playing of tho violinis wonder
ful for a young lady of fifteen is
faint nraiso it would bo still
wonderful oven if sho weio fifty.
Signor Lencioni contributed his full
share to tho evening's pleasure and
amusement by his fine lich-toned
singing and inimitable mimicry. It
would bo committing a wrong to
omit mention of Mi. Yarndley, who
kindly volunteered his services for
tho occasion. Ho furnished a violin
obligato in the first number, and
never played that instrument moro
sweetly, which is saying a great
deal. The attendanco was very
good and tho audience appreciative.
Frequent encores wero insisted up
on, and a sufllcient number of bou
quets wero sent forward to tho
scleral artistes during tho evening
to load a wagon,
Aiitists' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Sttetchers, Canvas, etc., otc, at King
Bros.' Art store. 4G Ot.
Coon off when it's hot. There is
no better remedy than thoso delicious
Creams, Iceu, and Drinks served at
tho Elite Ice Cream Pallors. 40.
of the fmcBt and richest FLAVORS
ami ornamented fiom plain to thu
highest STYLE OF ART which not
only cannot bo imitated nor much
less excelled, at tho Pioneer Steam
Candy, Ico Cicam and Cako Factory,
Hotel street, between Fort and Nuu
ami streots. . 50 2w
FitOM the "Figaro" Parin, April 29,
1880, wo translate- tho following para
f,rapli : Tho hous o George Ooulct, of
Heiins, hnvc received tho appoint
ment of furiiifhniH to Hor Majesty
the Queen of England, Enipicga of
India, and of His Hoyal Highness tho
Frinco of Wales. This ilouhlo favor
consecrates tho reputation of ono of
our het hriinils of Champagne."
Messrs. F. A. SCHAEFKIl & Co. nro
tho agents for these Inlands of this
well nnil favorably known bianil of
AFIHSTOUS NEW UPMOUT
PIANO, at 114 Nuuanu Btruut, on
ccouat of t Ickncss, 40 Ol
Hook Hinder and
( 'it nieili In ,e ' ii7.i-t c Itlnl ).
l''f' rw lilt frV il mil he pillule c ti.
enlly iIimI lit h M-iti'-viil in it or
Splll'IOIIH ))- llllhCH, lllllCtly Opposite tliU
Old Stand, in the
Campbell Block, Rooms 10 and 11,
where tie Is now picpnrid to do work In
hi line. Patronogu respectfully 'ell
cited. 52 Ini
Union Picnic Flasks
to lie had at the
Onion Koutllii;- Pm orH
BtJ E. S. O. & J. A. I , Malingers. 2t
A.U1.KMAN. J.ADY, recommended
. by 1'iofe'Mir 11. Ilergi i, tloiios to
give lessons in Piano utiir Singing lo
and Chllthcii. jppl at
No. IW Mllhii Mi'i'd.
ADIVIDE.M) of r,0u Slmro Is pay.
a i.il o nt Ihc otllce of Moms. 11.
UmcUkIiI Jc Co. to thu SlmrchuUlurs of
the ICnlou Hngiir Co.
J. P. UAUKb'KLD, Tie.isnier.
Honolulu, .linn) t, 18SJ. 1
FTElt this date Ihe MILK und
HUTTEIt ACCOUNTS of Iho
Woodlawn Dairy nnd Stuck (Jo. will be
kept bv .1NO. A. PA1.MKU. at his, olllce,
No. 'i7 Fort Street, and hl tecvlpl for
moneys due thu Company will Jiu Mill,
cient. A. L SMITH, Sic'y.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 168(1. 4ti lw
By order of A.J. Cirlwilislil'r., thu
ilulj appointed IS editor anil 'I in ico ol'
llm'liiHt will mid I cm n tin ill of Km urn
Kalelvmmliuii, dicai'id, mid undir
licuiM) of lliu frii'iemu Court of the
Hawaiian llnmb, si'tbip us a Com t of
I'robiitii. we ale diieeie'd loull at pi li
ilcauutlon, ut our SnlcMomn, In Hono
the 6th Day or July, 188G,
at 12 m. of I lint day, all ihe right, title
and' Intel c?t of liio suld A. J. Cart
wright, Hr., an ueh EM'cutnr and Tiu.
tec as aforesaid, and all the light, title
and uiteicst which the bi.id Eimiui Ku
lt'lcoiialiuil had at thu tune of her do
cuifc, of. in and C that on lulu pUru or
parcel of land, kuoun us Hut
Hituatc In ihe DUlrlrtol Kona, Isduudot
Kauai, mill coiitiiiiibn; an
ArtMi of ,O0O Acwh,
more or lcs, as described in linyal Pa.
tent No. 41V2, Mnhi'.e Am mil 4:),
at the Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and nl-o lliiit cuitiilli imcnor i-nrccl of
hind hituntu in Nutiann Valley, Hono.
lulti, Irliind ot Onliu, nnd known us
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ilcd lyW.L. Gieun, L'si., us a private
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Building tO feet hy 84 feet. This Is a
very tlcjiiablu nlaio tor a p Ivans rei.
dunco or Lodging House, and will be
cold at a nauiialiln llgiire. Ien"irn of
Trensiner Honolulu Athletic AtHieia.
Fresh Frozen Oysters
exZealondia, at tho
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Gen'iue French Clai
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& 70 100
(2) H:l 111
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Woodlnwn Dairy Butler, 1-lb. Bricks, 05 cents cncli,
Other Island Dairies, fiO cents per lb.
C3T" Posfcfslng (xccpllotial advantages In having a Hcfrlgerntor of Riip'erlor
cipucliy, built epi chilly for the purpoc of pmenlng frefh ami sweet thu vhiI
otis delieaclei with which our pniions aio tupplled, wo claim for our Butter Iho
flrtt reputation in thu local market. ,
A Complete fiino of
Fresh Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc.
Bran, Oats, Corn, Barley, Wheat, at lowest market rates.
Special caro glvrn to the tilling nf Wand orders. Fruit shipped to the other
Islands during the seaion. Dallv deliveries to all parts of tho city,
WalUikl and the Valley.
3?. O. Box 435; 3Botli Tel., 130.
JUST OFEJNED Ul
A FIXE MAE OF
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies1 Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Feathers, Flowore, '
Ribbons, laces, ''-.
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
OH AS. JT.
Grand Opening, For One Week Only ! I
Commencing Monday, Juno 14th, at tho
Ladies' Bazar, 88 Fort Street 1
Having jiikt received a supply nf Now Good, rnnMUlng of pome of the Leading
und Fashionable Silesot LADIES and MISSES 1LVI S, I most reppcrtiully In.
vile the Laulc9 to call and examine the fame, also, a large lino of
Corsets, Ladies' & Misses' Hosiery, etc.
I have iiIpo the pleasure of informing the Ladles tlint I havo been fortunate enough
tu Kiuiiii tin-nrvieec of onuut tin botand most favorably known Milliners of
San FinnoUco, jiut arrived by the Zcaluudia.
Will now hove clinrgo of the Millinery Department, she having for many years
kept one of the largest Mlllinciy Stores in Sun Francisco, ami being als'n'wcll
known In Honolulu, 1 hope to obtain a share of patronage, and will guarantee
MUisiaciuin in nil cases.
ZST Dictsniaklng in all its branches
MRS. J- LYONS, Proprietor.
Practical Confectioner, Fancy Pastry Cook and Ornamentor.
RESPECTFULLY Informs the Public of Honolulu and tho Islands generally
ihut ho luunds to furnish, as soqn as tlie needid appliances uirlvc, all the
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices.
piaclically known to him. Having mndo a contiact wilh the Woodlawn Dairy for
a cou-tiint supply of Hair ci lehratcd Cicam, will sopplj h!b customers with mote
than tlfly diii'eicnt kinds Fancy Creams, Tootle Fiuity, Sonfllts and many moro
too numerous to mention here, nil of winch ho lms had practical experience. with
ai tholinficiial Courts of Vii una und the Hoyal Confeitioncry of Bavaria. All
steam power-mado articles in this lino are far superior to any hund.madc.
IP. HORN, .
Proprietor Pioneer Sleam Onndy Foctory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTO UY AND bTOHK No. Tl Hotel stieet, between Fori und Nuuanu Pts.
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special arrangements made regarding Prices for largo orders, which it
will be nnpobbiblo for any mio else lo conipelo with.
The Public will Find it to Their
ADVANTAGE TO OnDEtt
F. Horn's Steam-Made Creams,
Fruit, Clarrt. Madeira, Melon, Mille Fruit,
Champagne, Maiachlno, Kuovn and any oilier Water Io;s det Ired.
Proprietor- Pionoor Steam Candy Factory, and Praotical
Confootionor, 44 2w
I A 11 IN.
I'i A II IN.
i A 'i cut"
will be attended to by myself.