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i.'ehr l.iuhilii from Kauai
Simr Khiiiu for lltlo mill way ports Hi
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Slmr O K Bishop for Waiaiiar, Wiilulua
iiml Kooluii nl !i :i in
Stmr l.ohua for Mm ami HaKnlHii nt -1
ft my IVlc for llaninkua nl 11 pin
Stiiir hn.ila for Kapaa lit -i p in
f-elir Mnl Wuhlne lor Hnintikiia
Svlir ICaiilke.ioull for Kohala t
fiUr l.lliolllio for Wiilniiiic
Sehr Mary E Fo-ter for Wnian.it
Slmr lillaurallou foi 'lVpcekcoand Ho-
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Slmr IwiiMtil for Laliaiua anil ll.iina-
kuu at 10 a in
DK.S Nlslc, MeCurley, for a ciulic
Am 4-niMil "-I'lir Ooldcu Shotc, Bender.
ton, fur ban Fiaticlsco
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
V S F .S Chin lesion, Itcar-Ailiulial (loo
Brown, fiom Sim Finueleo
II P. M S Arorn, (Ico X A I'ollanl, from
KsquhiMiilt, II (.!
Ill- r-lt1 Bonuwd.dc, (luthrio, fiom
Bkt Planter, Dow. fiom San FrnnoUco
Am Itkt Bobeit Sudden. II () Fdheig,
from Xc ensile. X S W
Am mlcf packet Morning rtl-ir, O V
(larl.iiid, fiom .South .Si'ii 1-U.iiiiN
Am liktS O Wlltk-r, Oilllllhs, fiom San
Am hU V S Thompson, fiom San Frau-
Haw hk W II Ootlfrcy, It Dahcl. from
Am hkt DisL'oM'iy. ) MeXill, from San
Am hkt W H Uimoml. i: 1 Dunv, from
BI. Thor, V K Stelticrt, from XcvoaMo,
X S V,'
Am ti'iu A' ill-ion, J Iloilson, from Ku-
Vroiu Sun Krnnclsco, por hkt W II
Diuionil, .lime 10 Major II V Stlii'-on,
Ool K M Thompson ami wlfo, ('iiptalu
Aimiiron. wife ami 'J uhlldiuu.
For Maui mnl Hawaii, per .lo.imcr
Klnau. .lime lJI I'or Volcano : 11 F
Hchhanlanil wilu, Mr Kncliit;, J 0 Ji
lU'bh.ird, Consul Honk', Ml'-iw I) ami
H Mcilau. .MN5 lliiillcv, .MIs- Suther
hiiul, G Stihtmbcl, 11 KfcVlmahi'I..MI.s
.Murphy, anil 0 T Wilder. For I.iumliia,
HIlo, anil wuv oi Is : JHrS 15 M Xow -loin,
Mr K J' Low. Hen Hiilllil.iy.l'oppy
Atkinson, .1 M Bright, Min i:eroti,
.Mm .Samuel Parker and chlldicn.
Uiivld Moitnn, Mrs Cheiiiiir, Miss A
Shaw, A F Cooke, wife and family, .1 M
I.ydgutu and wife, Mls J Allien, .1 A
Scott, 1) D.iyton and son, Jlovs S 1.
DoMiu, Hihio. ICiiiu.ikahiki, A Fall, S C
l.uhiiui, 1) Kamaii, V Kahooio, ,1 X
ICiimoku, S Y Kckucwa; Miss Jinnihill,
J W Jk'ifjstiiini, .1 Ziihlmi. I- IC Kalawc.
Airs C Schiiiihi'l, F SpiMicer, Mrs U It
Makce and chlldteii, l)r llcrlimt and
OolZS Spalding. Dr A A Cailcr. t;
llchard. Miss L Dowsi-tt. Mrs (J
Wilder, Miss II K Wilder, AitliiirTilnV,
MIssC Mi'I.alni', Arthur Fowler, Mu
. McGieKor, It Catton. II i'ostau.i and
'Mlfe, Mrs Ollvera, lit Bov Bli-hop of
llnuoliilii, Vlda 'J'liiuin, Tain Mcdiew,
n in I ahout 70 deck.
Thehaik W B Godfiey coinmenees
ieef Ivlng sugar to-morrow.
Thu btirk Ophlr Is (Id days out from
Xewont-tle, X S V, with a cargo of coal
The Xorweglan ship Thor is unload
ing ontil nt thu V M S S Co's wharf.
Thu b.irkentliifi Jtoheit Kudileii will
sail on Sunday In balla'-t forl'oit'l'own
"end. The .twimei Kilnitoa Hon biought
11500 bags sugar and 40 head cattle.
Thu Ainci lean four-masted bclinnncr
(iolden Shoie, dipt Heudeisoii, will
leau tn-iuoriow nfteriioon for San
Friinuleuo wllh about y2,000 bigs sugar.
The steamer Kiuiln letnrns llxi of Col
S Hpaldlng's race hoisus this after
noon. The strainer Hawaii brought to-day
from Hawaii 4100 haus sugar mid 0
bend ealtle. The sugar was put on
boaid thu schooner Oolden Shoie.
WAHT OF CONFIDENCE.
Noblo Widcmaim moved n vote
of want of confidence in the Minis
try this afternoon, on the ground of
irreconcilable dimension in tho
Hep. Cecil Brown moved in
amendment a resolution of want of
confidence in Hie Attorney-General,
holding that Hie principle that the
minority should not uile was more
vital than the matter of the main
Attorney-General Ashford taised
tho pojnt of order that Article 11 of
the Constitution provided thu only
means of dismissing tho Cabinet.
The President ruled the amend
ment out of oider.
Hup. Brown appealed and aigued
It is point.
Minister Thurston was vpeaking
lo the point, supporting the appeal,
when this report left the House.
A great crowd of spectatois has
congregated in and about the chamber.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Mtt. A. Msigoon nllVts liorM'Hihd
in uli n for snk'.
OK Mir Lllli in-luiil the
earned (!,'.I7I p.'iMi'iigns,
Tin: Hawaiian Jockey Club luu n
nolli'i' in nuolhci column.
TiiKMorkhnlderA nf tin- Binebnll
AfMiciiilion incut to-night.
It tier in on Hie
ion of our
foill III lil!"
A I.I. llU'lllhcl of till'
Club mi1 epteld Id lit
All I Ml' lin.ll
all!. L .1. I.ovi'j's it'Biilar eauli
MIlllMVill llCl',111 nt lOo'i'locl. to HlllllUW
Tin: ailjoiiinril nirctiug of llio
lit it icli (Mult will he ludil nl the Clnl.
loom, :il niio o'clock lo-nioiiow' uflci
Mi:. I). 11. Hitchcock, jr., will li.ivc
ii volcano oil painting on i'v, witli
lijhtri niiiiiined in n'l it oil' piopi'ily,
at Mr. TIuiuii'h hook-loif to-nioiinw
Tin: ndjouined uniiunl iucctiti; of
llio Hawaiian Mint-ion Cliildicn's So
ciety will he hold lo'iuoriow men.
iiiK.nl Hie (Vnlial Union I'luucli, ut
7 ::i() nVlock.
Tin: 'otni-nnnunl nice inj; ol llio
Boiinl of TiustciM of thu QlieeiTH
lloi-pittil will hn In-Ill Io-iiioiiow
iiioining nt HI o'clock, in I lie loom of
the Clumber of Commerce,
A ni:w teleplione has been brought
out in England which is said 'not to
itifiiiigo upon any existing patent
It is of tlm mo.st simpln cotisli iictiou,
consisting of an olec.liii-uiaguel mid
Tin: Tramways Co intend closing
tlieit town 1 1 llice at tho end of tho
piesent month, nflr v.iiicli tho busi
ness will be rallied on fiom the l'u
nahoti depot on Ileiot.iuia slreel.
Tlie piomios on King street nic ail-verli-ed
even i o
ft Till!? PVPUIHn
.Mvillo Until Club,
Council, A. I., of H.,
I.O(l':o. No. 1 1). of
R., at 7 :!)().
Services nt St. Amliew'fs Cathe
dral, nt 7.
Meeting Slonkhrihlois Ihiwniian
Baseball Aasocfation, at Mclnerny
hall, ut 7 :.')().
Combined hand concert, al Hn
w.'iiian Hotel,' tit 7 :!!().
ticroiti: .iriui, c. ,t.
Curtwriglit, trustee, et id. Hill to
recover S7782, paid for a mortgage
on Honolulu Hale. Continued from
April 8, KS'.K). Argued and decis
ion reserved. P. Xeumann and C,
L. Carter for plnintiff ; V. M. Hatch
anil Cecil Brown for defendant.
in roiti: noi.r., .i.
FitniAV, June 1.".
Bishop A. Co. vs. J). Dayton (as
signee of Mauoel de (loiioria) et al.
Bill for foreclosure of mortgages.
Partly heard and continued to to
moriow at 10 a. m. K. M. Hatch
for plaintiffs; W. A. Whiling for
I). Dayton and K. Hutchinson.
GRAND COMBINED CONCERT.
Programme of concert by the
band of the U. S. F. S. Charleston
and tho Uoynl Hawaiian band, at
the Hawaiian Hotel, beginning at
7:30 o'clock, thin evening, .lune
(a) Hawaiian Baud
M.u eh Tan nluiuser
.Selection Bohemian Uiil...
(h) Chnrlestnn Band.
Oieittue Blval I'uteo
Clailonet Solo Air Vaile .. Brep.nit
l'.ilaina. 1'ill Aouo. .Mal.uiM.
Overture Queen of Spiidcs Suppe
Selection Xalnieoo Verdi
Waltz Lit Oltana liuealoi-si
Medley Black Bilgade Beyer
Star Spiiugled Banner.
A NEW PROJECT.
"The City of San Francisco and a
glimpse at California" is the title of
a Sau Francisco publication. The
book is excellently gotten up in
every respect, anil is partictuaiiy
useful fur refcteuce to all who have
commercial dealings with San Fran
cisco. An epitomised history and
other useful particulars are given of
all the important corporations and
the leading business linns. The
book is ptofiiscly illustrated by cuts
of prominent buildings and portraits
of distinguished men. It is the in
tention to get up a similar work for
Honolulu and the Hawaiian Inlands,
provided stiflluient inducement bo
atforded tho projectors. Two gen
tlemen Major II. C. Slinson and
Col. It. M. Thompson ate now
here for that purpose. Those gen
tlemen have recently at rived, and
will in a short time lest the Honolulu
pulse in relation lo the project. It
is to bo hoped that ''The City of
Honolulu and a glimpse ut the Ha
waiian Islands" will bu Hie llnal re
sult. THE BEST
PAPER lo Slllisrlltio
JL lor It the '
enilu pur in on Hi,
Dully liiillKtlu," M
, Tt i.mi.u, June 10.
The lollowing petitions weir pie
scnted by the inemben tunned:
Hep. Blown from W Chinese
rdidriils of Honolulu, that Hie laws
in lelalinti to Cliitieiu imuiigiallou
be icpealed or amended. Kioto ',',6
taxpayers of Hnna, that Government
employees be allowed to addiess
public ineelings; that no secturian
teaching be allowed in Government
schools. Fiom the same, that Ho
nuanla mid Hitelo be put. in Maka
wao election district, that the pay
of all school teaehcis lie regulated
by their ceitilicales, that lailways
be allowed lo inf.s over land1 on
payment of damages. From ,'I'J
taxpayeisof Hnna, that Hie rights
and privileges granted under Hie
new Constitution lie saciedly gunttl
cd in the inlet oils of the people,
that His Majesty's Ministers he
alone held responsible for errors in
Gnrrninenl, that the present Min
isters bu lelnined in ollice unless
guilty of miucouducl, thai internal
improvements be prosecuted with
all despatch. Fiom the same, that
ininiiyi alien be allowed from all
parts of the wot Id under proper
restrictions, that nil school teachers
shall pay pcii.oual taxe, that all
cliililien over H! eais of age be iu
leased from attending school, that
the Government pound be removed
to Wananaliia. From !I7 residents
or liana, that $ 10.000 bo appro
pi iatcd for roads and biidges for
that disliict, that the icsident Gov
ernment physician's pi' be in
creased to Si 500; that $100 a month
be paid to the District Judge, and
$100 to the Sheriff, and lhat the pay
of the police lie 840 a mouth, and
mad carriers $10 a mouth. From
I5f lesidents of liana, that, a liquor
license bu retained for each election
distiict, thai an opium license be
authorized and pul up at auction.
From IS lesidents of Honolulu, that
Government water be laid on Sea-
Hep. A. S. Wilcox from Hann
lei, for $-00 to repair load over the
Uep. Lucas from -It native police
of Honolulu, for advance of salaiies.
He believed the pay of police, es
pecially native, had not been half
enough. He wanted it lefened ton
committee who would attend to it,
and moved it go to jut'iciary com
mittee. Hop. Kickard had a similar peti
tion but not icady to present. There
should be an increase in the pay of
the constabulary all over tho islands.
Hefcrred to judicial y committee
Hop. Kahookaito from Poilu
guese contract laborers in Kohala,
asking that the laws relating to the
Bureau of Iinmigialion In: repealed,
lie promised a bill on thu subject.
Also, from others, tliatSloOO bo ap
propriated to assist the independent
Catholic school iu Kohala.
Hep. Kanealii from residents of
Kau, that the election of Hep. Apiki
bu voided for various reasons.
Hep. Ciinimings from Honolulu,
that a road bo opened from Waika
lialulii biidge, and $ft000 appro
priated for the purpose.
Noble Widetnanii objected to the
Appiopriation Bill being burdened
Noble Pua from Honolulu, that
Kckaulike street be continued to
Berelania street, and an appiopria
lion bu made for it.
Hep. Kamai that an Fnglish
school be established at Makapala ;
that the laws authorizing vaccination
bu repealed, that attorneys be pro
hibited fiom charging more than .'j
for light cases and not leas than &o0
for serious crimes. From llilo, that
the Masters and Servants Act lie
repealed, that the lady Government
physician at Hilo he dismissed and a
Japanese doctor employed iu her
Hep; Xawahi from II No, that
barbed wire fences be prohibited.
He promised a bill on the subject.
Ki'.roitTS or cou.mitti:i:s.
Ncrble McCarthy, on behalf of a
standing committee, asked when llio
report of Hie Minister of Interior,
promised iu a few days at the first of
the session, would be ready.
Minister Thurston said if it was
annoying to members of the House
to be without that report, it was ex
asperating lo himself. He was pro
mised some copies that afternoon,
but had no doubt they would be here
day alter to-morrow.
Hep. Kalua presented thc report
of the judiciary committee on Noble
Baldwin's bill relating to foreclosure
and sale of mortgages. Committee
found that object of bill was lo re
duce expense? to mortgagors and
that it was iu accordance w till a de
cision of the Supreme Court; there
fore recommended it pns to engross
ment. Adopted, bill to be read a
thiid time Thursday. Tho same
couimitlee reported a similar recom
mendation of the Attorney-General's
bill lo transfer care and custody of
prisoners to his Department tiom
that of the Jntui ior.
Hep. Brown noticed Mm Attorney
General was absent. Was this a
Cabinet measure 'r
Minister Thurston said it was.
During Hie past three years thu
business of the Iuteiior Department
had so gteatly increased that it was
purposed to distribute some of the
wnr; aiuong oilier di-jmilineiils.
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Minister Damon gave further
elucidation of the Goveinuient'H po
licy in tliis roipect.
Hep. Nuwahi cautioned the House
against hastily passing bills.
Noble Wiileinann moved the bill
be made a opccinl order Ibis day
week. He noticed lhat the Minister
of Intel lor had time to attend to
outside work. He had some mis
givings about giving mote wotk lo
lliii Attorney-General in view of
histotical facts. Although (here was
a Deputy, which was equal to hav
ing two Allorneys-Gcneial, Hie
hiiMiii'hs of the Dcpailinent had been
Minister Thurston said the bill
was purely iu tin; public interest. It
conveyed no per-onal bi'iiellt lo
either' the Allornev-Gciieral or him
self. Noble Wiileniatni disclaimed any
intention of insinuating thai the
Minister of Interior had not enough
work to do. lie wilhdunv his mo
tion. Hcpoit adopted, hill lo be read a
third time Thursday.
Hep. I.ueas, pi luting committee,
reported a bill printed.
Uep. Brown moved the House
adjoin u till 10 o'clock Thursday
morning, to-morrow being a public
hnlidav. Seveial tueuibeis seconded
The President asked
motion hold over till Hie
read two communications.
The Secretin v rend an
from the Hawaiian .Jockey Club,
signed C. C). Beige'1, secretary, ask
ing the members lo attend the luces
at Kapiolani paik to-morrow. AUo
an invitation from Hie Honolulu Fire
Depaituicnl, siijned Heiuy Smith,
secretary, asking them to attend a
The House adjourned at 12:20
till 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
Tui'iisDW, June 12.
Hep. Kauhi agreed with Noble
Baldwin that this'was not llio proper
time for discussing the bill. The
introducer had staled that it wasn't
his piivate measure, and, although
the speaker wa opposed to the bill,
he believed it ought to take the
Hep. Hosa opposed the motion to
reject, lie believed tills bill came
from the Judges of the Supieme
Court. He knew fiom his own ex
perience as an attorney and Attorney
General that the change was desira
ble. The business was never de
spatched satisfactorily at Lahainn.
A great many cases wete nolle pros'd
there. Appeal cases originating at
l.ahaina were rare. Most of the
term business in fact came from
Makawao, llamakuapoko, and Wai
Noble Baldwin said as Hep. Hosa
had expressed the opinion Hint the
bill emanated from the Supreme
Court, lie would say that such was
the fact allhoimh he doubted the
propriety of saying so at first. He
considered that out of deference to
the Supreme Court the bill should
be allowed to go to its second road
ing. Hep. Ho3a said lie only supposed
the fact because the Judges had al
ways advocated (he change.
Noble Widcmaim coi reeled the
statement that the measure had been
before the House four sessions, he
was sure it had been befoie the
Legislature lor eight sessions. It
was always defeated by the strong
personal Inlluence of the former
member for Lahainn, thu late Mr.
Aiiolo, who had staved off Hie in
evitable. The change was bound lo
come as certainly as anything in the
book of fate. It was for the grealest
good of the greatest number.
Noblo J. M. Horner wanted to
know whether this thing could not
be done more easily. What right
had u few members of this House to'
say where the people of Maui should
hold their courts? They might pass
an enabling act, as is done in Amer
ica sometimes, to permit the people
ol Maui to decide this matter lor
themselves. A similar course with
regard lo other purely local ques
tions on different islaudu might ad
vantageously be followed.
Hep. Kalua said the principal
leasoii given by the introducer was
that the population of Laliaiua had
become diminished. Wainiea on
Hawaii had only a small population,
but it was central lo populous sec
lions. In Mm same way Laliaiua
was centrally situated and therefore
Hie proper place for alternate terms
Hep. White fell ho ought to say
something as tho representative of
Lahainn. The mantle of Mr. Aiiolo
had fallen on him and ho would
oppose tiiis bill. He was aurpri-ed
at tho lion. Noble, whose father
used to live at Lnhaiuu, for btinging
iu such a measure to deprive that
place of one of its few lemaining
privileges. When the new road he
intended lo get from this LegUlature
was built, Mr. Baldwin and his
friends could drive over to Laliaiua
i u comfort. It was a moic health
ful place than Wniluku and Mm
breakwater kept sharks away from
bathers. He repeated thu argument
about loss iu public properly from
thu change. If tno.it of the offences
are committed on the other side,
Miern would bu a great advantage in
getting impatlial Juries at Laliaiua
to try them. The lion. Noblo fiom
Lahiilna, W. Y. Horner, had told
him lie would vote with tho majority
of the House on the subject. There
would bu a petition from the District
iu a few days, signed by over 501)
iiuijviw wlii were opposed lo thu
bill. He moved the previous ques
I Ion. Can ied. I lc also moved that
the aye and noes be called which
Noble Baldwin wished lo remind
Mm House thai llic question was nut
so milch on whether the bill should
be rejected as on whether il should
take its u'gtilar course. Time was
need of more infoimatioii on tho
subject befoie a final decision.
The luoliou to reject the bill was
lost on the. following division:
Ayes Minister Aslifoul, Nobles
Cummins, Mnct.trlano, Muller, Pua,
MoCiuthy, Crabbe, "Knnoa; Heps.
Cutuniings, Mniques, Luca, It. W.
Wilcox, Bush, Kauhi, Nawahi,
Baker, Kahookano, Waipuilanf, Pue
liaole, White, Kanealii, Kalua, Ka
Noes Ministers Austin, Damon,
Thurston ; Nobles vVidonuuin, Phil
lips. Kaiihaue, J. M. Horner, Hind,
Burchardt, Parker, Marsden, Bald
win. W. Y. Horner, Coinwcll, Wul
biidue, Aiideisoii, VonTcmpsky, G.
X. Wilcox, Isenberg; Heps. Hosa,
A. Horner, Hickatd, Apiki, Hal.
stead. KutiiUcii, like, Wilcox. 27.
Hep. Uuh read a first time Ills
bill to amend the Masters and Ser
vants' Act. It provides among oilier
things that no contract laborer can
be arrested fot desertion.
Hep. Kapaeliaole read a first time
his bill to define the duties of kokuas
al the leper settlement.
Noble. Marques moved a resolution
that SloOO be appropiialed as a
subsidy to the Kapiolani Maternity
Home. Ituforred lo finance com
mittee. Secretary read an invitation from
the Secretary of the Board of Lady
Managers of the Kapiolani Mater
nity Home, inviting the Legislature
to attend Hie public opening of Hie
institution Satin day.
Minister Thurston presented the
icpoil of Mie Interior Department
in ICnglish. The native version was
not quite icady. lie nl-.i piusonted
a supplementary report on a pro
posed system of seveiage tor Hono
lulu. Noble Cornwell read a firt time
his bill to proiide for quieting of
titles lo real estate and intcicsls iu
Hep. Kahookano moved lhat,
whereas it appears by the majority
report of the committee on foreign
affairs that certain letters and docu
metils relating to the proposed treaty
have been withheld from that com
mittee by the Minister ol Foreign
Affairs, and wiiereas it is important
that all documents relating to the
matter should be laid before the
House; therefore resolved lhat His
Excellency the Minister of Foieign
Affairs be requested to lay such
letters and documents before this
Assembly immediately after the
passage of this it-solution. He
moved that tho House adjourn till
2 :U0 o'clock, and that this resolution
be the oider of business.
Hep. Hire niovrd the House ad
journ. The House adjourned nt 12:."i!t to
10 o'clock to-morrow moiniug.
Fnin.ir, Juno V.
The Legislature opened at 10
Noble Baldwin read his minority
report as a member of the commit
tee on foreign relations. His infer
ences from Hie mnlciial befoie the
committee were dijfercut from those
of the majority. The resolutions,
etc., wore cited and the majority
were charged with indue haste hi
presenting their repot t. The com
mittee did not have the shorthand
report of interviews with the Minis
ters before them, although they
could have had it very soon. The
majority report bore evidence of be
ing a strong partisan document, of
which the haste iu ptescnting it, the
chairman having said lie sat up all
night to write it, was evidence. The
tcason of Mm Minister of Foreign
Affairs for withholding cuitalu let
ters was that they contained confi
dential infoimatioii on tho interna
tional relations of several Powers,
cuiucd iu his diplomatic, capacity by
Minister Carter at WashingtonThe
Minister of Foreign Affairs was
ready to show the majority all the
documents shown to the minority.
The report mentions Mr. Carter's
arrival al Honolulu iu June, 188'J,
aud the subsequent discussion be
tween him and the Cabinet of treaty
extension. The text of the draft is
tpiotcd in full. Mr. Carter submit
ted lo the Cabinet the question ot
inserting clauses giving special terri
torial advantages lo Mie Fulled
States in Hawaii. At the request of
Mie Ministers Mr. Carter drew up
tho "troops landing" clause aud
additions to Article I. The Minis
ters at once said they would never
agree to these piop'osillotiH. Five
copies of the draft were niado on
the typo wtitor. Messrs. Austin,
Damon and Thttistou at once diuw
their pencils through thu objection
able passages, aud Mr. Baldwin had
seen those original copies, with thu
Marks, beating the ajipearanco of
being genuine. When, in the ab
sence of Mr. Ashfoid, the other
Ministers pic&culcd tho tieaty pro
ject lo Hie King, he refused
to sign it, saying il was not the
treaty previously submitted to him,
il had bceu hashed up by patties
outside. After Mr. Ashfotd's re
turn the Cabinet again look up the
treaty matter, It was opposed by
Mr. Ashford as ptevtously seveial
times stated to the House, ' The At-loruoy-Genuial
declined to agree to
it even when il was made a purely
I commercial treaty. Mr. Utiltlwin
tt&StiLu. t. .. v ... . . i.. . .vu.- ..jhV. ,,-,.&Jiv,u4tWi .-,.,
viva that after careful examination
of the testimony before the commit
tee, ho falls to find with the majority
"that a certain duplicity lias never
been absent fiom the ttcaly negotia
tions." They had the word of the
three Mlnisteis that Mm objection
able passages in tho draft were not
introduced until the treaty had been
some time before the Cabinet, and
that they were Immediately rejected
by the ' Ministers. The minority
discttises the "peipelual" objection
of the majority , showing that, pet
petuily is a feature of tho treaties
made with all countiies by Hawaii
for the past sixty years. He does
not charge the majority with inlent
lo wilfully misrepresent llio facts,
but holds that they exhibit gross
ignorance in their repoil. The Min
istry are not iu favor of annexation
and there is nothing iu llieir treaty
proposals tending to annexation.
There is at present no guarantee of
our independence from any of the
great Powers. Hawaii lias no pint
in tho agreement between Great
Britain and France, which i not a
guarantee but simply a recognition
of Hawaiian independence. Mr.
Baldwin makes an elaborate statis
tical argument in favor of a con
tinuance of our treaty iclntions with
thu United States. The difference
between tho present American tariff
and the McKinley proposals Is shown,
proving lhat Hawaii would have
many aih ant ages under lecipiocity
for products other than su-jar even
if the tariff be changed. It is un
likely that tho United Slates w!U for
a long period abandon protection,
and, she being Hawaii' natural com
mercial ally, it would be wise for
Hawaii to leave nothing undone to
fceure the largest possiblo measure
of free trade with that great coun
try. Thu King had never bceu
asked by the Cabinet to sign a
treaty, although the Executive has
power to negotiate treaties. His
Majesty had only been asked lo
sign a commission to the Hawaiian
Minister at 'Washington, authoiizing
him to negotiate an enlarged Heaty
of reciprocity with tho L tilled
Minister Ashford moved the House
lake recess, till 1 :.'!().
Hep. Hickard moved iu amend
ment that the reprnt just read lie
translated and printed with the other
Minister Ashford had never heard
a motion for leeess amended in such
Noble. Baldwin called attention to
the doubt raised in his report as to
the propriety of publishing confiden
tial remarks of foreign repieseula
lives at Washington.
Hep. Kalua said that the lettcis
wore public property uud the House
had a right to them.
Noble Baldwin said ho simply re
fciredtoa few passages lepotting
what the British, Minister and othei
diplomats had said at Washington.
The amendment carried.
On motiou of Minister Ashford
the House at 12: LI look recess till
J -.If) o'clock.
Hawaiian Baseball Association.
I MBLTIXfJ of tho stockholder of
-TV. the Hawaiian JI.'iMOmll A-oeki-tlon
will be held THIS (Friday) F.VF..V
1X(I. at 7:30 o'clock, at the Alinorv of
Co. 1!., Mi'lneniv Block.
.1.11. FISH Bit.
Ii"!' It Seeieluii.
rpiIK regular monthly meeting of the
X Mvrtle Boat Club will be held
THIS (Friday) BVKNIXO, al 7::;u
o'clock Imi p. at the Club hou-e. All
members aie requested to be present as
buslufcss ol Importance will come beforo
thu meeting. (J. Iv. WILDKIt,
fi; It hicietiiiy.
fTMlE M'lut-aiinnnl meeting of tin
JL Board of Trustees of llio Queen',.
Hospital will be held at. the room of
the Chamber of Coiuiiicicu. on SATITK
DAY. Juno II tit, at 10 o'clock A. it.
ICIcctlon of oillcd-A uud physicians of
thu Ho-.pli.il. Pel order.
.170 it Secietury.
rpiIK adjourned meeting to
JL eou'lderiilion the irpoit
Building Committee, will be iietu on
llio Chili pieniUesat 1 o'clock 1. M., on
SATUBDAY, the 1 tth Inst. A full :ii
te.iidancu Is delred as liiisinei'S of Im
portance will be illFeutoi'il,
June Itlth. fi77 Jit
Llorsus & Mules For Stile.
. TUB follow
aft - luaUwII
lT-lY, imIii. to wiu
rpiIB following delr.iblo aul
J. main will bendd at a bar-
i It Finn YotuiK
Hoist's, v oiing Mules, sued iiv tin;
Kentucky Jaek "Ithieher," II Blood
Miner, expected shortly to have .Mule
finds. Apply to
570 tf. II! Meicbant s n ct. Honolulu.
HA VINO bought cut Mi. W. II.
l'.iui Iu thu "Honolulu Curiiitc
MiiiiufaciTiiy," m Ivw Fort rirect, Iain
prepared to continue the above bii:ini7S
under tha old mime nf Honolulu C'ir.
rlng.c Maiiulaoioiy, and being nn old
expeiiunced cnirhige biillib r J solicit
thu patronage of my old friends aud tins
nubile iu general, iiud with my thorough
Knowledge, of thu Ijushicsb mid with o.
nerltnccd woikiiii'ii mid u.luy only tho
best inuirrlnl I guarantee general satis
faction. I'lcate cull and seu me buforu
iSlgnid): OlDKOX WEST.
Honolulu. )ri. ViB, iss'i. fiftl tf
THE ONLY PAPER, raid by a'l
i. cluhHCR--Tlio Daily Uullallu." CO
cents per mouth.
Auction Salts by James F. Morgan.
III order of Oodfrcy Brown. '.((..
Hxrontorof the Btnto of the late (loo.
F. 11 ohm1-, deceased, I will 'ell at Pub
lic Auction, ar my Salen-oom. liuten
On SATUIiVy, .Juno 14,
AT 1VJ OTOM'K XOCI.V,
10. .A- K. JE3 fiS
Belonging t-j said IM.ite :
10 Share of the Hawaiian Mercantile
Co.. par value $100 uiek.
JJOShtiios of tho Kohnhi Telephone
Co., par value SslO each.
; Shares of the Kapiolani P.irk Ao
eltitlon. par value 550 each.
.J Share? of thu Kohala Club, par value
t Piomissorv .Vote of the ICohul Club
for ."lib and Interest.
,TYS. F. MOKUAN,
I have reeclscd lii'tructlon- fiom Mu.
.1. F. IlOWLF.lt. to sell at
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 16th,
AT V.i O'CLOCK XOOX.
Al 'tahles al re:ir of the oillee of .1. L
Imirtclt, M.. (Jueen "tient, the
1st. The Thompson Mare Kilty,
lu Foal to Venture.
ThK Mare win formerly the property of
Ainii'.a Piatt. -U.. and i? one of
the tliie-t driving Mans In th.
2d. The Belmont Mare Nelly,
With I Mouth Old Colt by Venture.
Xelly is broken to hurne.-s, U a splen
did animal, kind uud gentle, and
can be di hen by a l.uly with per
3d, 1 Itaell Colt
Nearly 3 Years Old.
handled, and l a line
i TiinnhAn iaIt
fiu i ivauiiuc uuii.
Oth. 1 Venture Colt,
a Years Old.
Broken to liarnes-. The finest
over offered at auction.
The Auctioneer calls apcolal atten
tion to this s-ile of valuable Stock,
being the llnert and moHt serviceable
lot of Stock offeied at auction. Thr
1 1 in .es can be seen at the rc-idenoof
.Mr. J. F. Bowler, King rtieot.
gy Tor further p.utleular.s apply to
JAS. F. AlOllGAN,
i'7.ri td Auctioneer.
BULL for SALE.
ft nm Woodlawn Dairy
Mock; color black aiift
while: ery tamo: raNcd
1 O VOLPMKSTJiH'yclopicillalirltuti
J ,j iiieti. Morocco bound, in good
JTOK SAIiE CilEAL
ACOMPLBTi: outllt for making and
dispensing carbonated bevei.urci.
mi in gum: outer
COTTAOB for two geu-
sleeping rooms and
near the yeii-hoio.
Apply at Ilri.i.r.TiK
Front ltooin, at Xo. I
Adams Lane. .70 lw
TO LET or LEASE
rMIBBesideni'o of Mrs. a.
JL Long, In Pauoa Valley.
IJ.Vl IU llilllOA,
ttl King ft., over.L Noll's stie.
TO KENT or LEASE
rpiTAT de-lrablo Premises
JL on Fort rtrcct, in ll:e
"Melnerny Block, ' reeentlv
occupied by J. X. S. Williams, suitable
for ollice or fctoie, For Information
apply to oilier Luton Iron Woiks, Es
planade, or to
C5'.l I iu .1. N.S.WILLIAMS.
Ccracr King & Bellel Htretu,
llns just imported roine ucivntyla
Manila & Havana Cigara,
ClRaictte & Cholao TobAcoov,
V'V sale, AUi, Cold Dtltiks. 577 2iv
i ' " . 1W f9h V ' r?4JriV J