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Ckoii. JJitow.v, Audiior.
uaJJUt BUUJL.jcaujNi JtiujNOXiUiiU, to i.j
Ttr.su.n, Sept,. L'.'l.
C'oimnittue of tlie Wliyle Ic-iitned
Cliiiiun.nn M,iri?den wished to call
the attention of ineiuliero to the hx-t.
that tlie only proper address to I he
Chair wn-, "Mi. Cliaiiuian" or its
nalne equivalent. Any olliei form
tended to thiow disrespect on the
Chair and through it on the commit
tee. liep. llookano continued his re
tnatks. Tlie Constitution lnitild he
amended to thai no person should
liavu the tight, to vole without be
coming Hawaiian subjects. This
privilege to strangers was a daiuicr
ous one, as by it a large body of
aliens might control the country.
The ptovision in the present, Con
stitution regarding the veto power
was an improvement on the old one.
Under the old Constitution the veto
power was abutd, the King having
Used il regaidlessot the withes of
the people. (Jueen Victoria poss
essed the veto power, but it wni
very tardy exercise:'. Even if all
the objections to the piesent Con
stitution wete well founded, he
should not be willing to abolish il at
one blow. Ho fell compelled to
vote against the hill.
Hep. Kanealii staled the conclu
sions of the three reports on the
question. That the peiiliuncis might
tiol be of the most intelligent class
was no reason why their prayeis
should be imiu'rcd. Poor men bad
equal rights with rich under the
(lovernmenl. The majority said
nothing about, the amendments dc
siied, but confined their discussion
lo the bill. When the present Con
stitution was gained there was a
meeting, at which the newspapers
reported Iwo thousand people pic
scnt. If that number had their de
mands granted, why should not at
tention be paid now to the demands
of four thousand people 1 lie pro
posed amendments weic referred to
the committee as well as the bill,
but Ihey had nol taken the amend
ments into consideration at all. The
Minister of Finance criticized the
method contained in the bill but did
not suggest any remedy for the
people's grievances. One defect in
the Constitution was in Article
Tl, which made two kings the king
and the Cabinet. Another Article
said that the Executive, Judicial,
and the Legislatuie powers are dis
tinct, yet here are pari of the Ex
ecutive, tlie Ministers, in the. i-egis-islature.
The provision lixing the
pay of Keprcsciitatives at yJ.f)U was
ridiculous, the amount being entire
ly inadequate to meet the moderate
expenses of a member. ft was
wiong to give ignorant Portuguese,
who could neither read nor write,
the franchise. These were defects
to be remedied and, the committee,
when it recommended the indefinite
postponement of the bill, should also
have recommended that the House
pass these necessary amendments.
The election of Nobles for whole
islands was defective, because the
people did not know iho candidates,
There was impropriety in having
the Nobles certified to the House by
the Marshal and Slici ill's, When
the King appointed the Nobles they
showed the di
ia' 7 J iiiv iisi wwii
rnili rf tlir i-r if wit
not engage in bickering
with representatives or quarehng
with llicm for the floor. If Ibis
Legislature passed the required
amendments, passing them on to the
next Legislature, the people would
be satisfied, hut if they went home
empty-handed to their constituents
the discontent would continued, ami
the time would come when the peo
ple would demand their rights.
Noble J. M. Horner was much
pleased with the calm discussion and
the (piiet hearing. "While the peo
ple ImiJ the right to assemble peace
ably, they had not the right 10 ask
for what was forbidden in tlie Con
stitution. His little grandson hud
often asked him prettily for his pen
knife, but his request could only be
granted to his own danger. lie
had seen men offer up petitions
to the Father of Mercies, with as
much earnestness as Noble Pua had
used this morning, for filing tlat if
granted would have consumed them
in a moment. If those four thou
sand people had asked for impiove
menls in the Constitution, they
would have been more leadily heard
by this House. The Constitution
showed Hid duty of the Legislatuie
relative to its own amending. It
gave the Legislature power lo amend
the Constitution, and to make all
manner of wholesome laws not re
pugnant to the CoustitiiUoii. I'liey
would see a point in this, which was
that thoy weic forbidden to puss any
laws repugnant to the Constitution.
The question was whelher this hill
if passed would ho lepiignaut to tlie
Constitution. Ho thought it would
lie repugnant to the Constitution
mid lo this House, hocniiHo it would
wipe them both out of existence.
It had been objected thai this Con
Htltiitlou nns wrltlnii by four law
yers, hut tint Doolarntlon of liule
iiiiii)(!iHo wiih written by nun mini,
Hep. II, W. WIlMw iibkoil Imiii
wliul lilitory of the I'lillrtl Ktidim
illd Hiu Hiinilur duilvy Unit, tnlii.
Huhht lluiliiT kultl tltat 'lid liul
luulliir, liw IiimJ liKJmJ ih nul Uiw
luiji. umlutt nlnmlii mi nmUM
1 u ouulti m mmm IL 'm
pnssmt tin cntililltig slut lo cull a con'
stitutiOhnl cotivenlioli, but thai
State hid the right to do so. In
this country the rihl to puss such
an enabling ad was vested in the
Legislature. There was one thing
which he often saw in Hep. Hush's
paper, that was that this Constitu
tion look the natives' rights away
f 1 nut them. This hurt him very
much, and ho often thought about
il, and he would like the lion, mem
her to cNplnin the matter when he
rose, t'nder the old Constitution
the native could not vote unless he
hud SI iM) woith of propel t j. The
present Constitution allowed him to
vote for Uopresentativp without
owning a cent.
Wep. Hush- 1 will tell you--Noble
Horner You just wait till
I get lluoiigh.
Kcp. Hush 1 only ask you the
privilege of telling you. When yon
took away the Constitution of Ka
inehaineha V. by force, you robbed
the natives of part of their rights.
I mean you you were one of them.
Noble Horner repeated his aigu
inent on the Representative fran
chise, and said that the native
had fiuther the right to vole for
Nobles. As many natives as for
eigners lie ueiievco unit voted tor
htm, and, as Noble Kauhane said,
the properly franchise made a man
of tlie native, causing him to strive
for the acquiiemcnt of tlie qualifica
tion. 'It had been objected that iho
power of the King 'was curtailed,
that he had less power than the
President of the United States.
Hut it should be remembered lliat
the President only held his place
lour years, while the King's position
was assured him for life.
Kep. Hush only desired at that
tune lo reply to the remarks of No
ble Horner as to the rights of the
n.ilivcs. Addressing the lion. No
ble directly he said: You know that
when you wiped out the Constitu
tion you look away the rights ot
the natives, and when you deny it
you state what you know to be false.
Noble Horner I was not here, 1
Was up on Hawaii.
Kcp. Hush Your sympathies were
in the movement, as you proved by
your remarks to-day. What right
had you, a foreigner, lo lake away
the Constitution of tlie llawaiians.
You know that the present Consti
tution is illegal if brought to the
test. It was conceived with devil
ish ingenuity in a spirit of tyranny.
If the rights of the natives were not
taken away by it, how do you ac
count for the way the seats of No
bles are filled in this House to-day.
Compare the number of Hawaiian
Nobles in the House to-day with the
number here under the old Consti
tution. The speaker was called to order
for addressing a member across the
floor, instead of tlie chair.
Kcp. Hush said that last mail
bi ought the news that the Legisla
ture of Mississippi had passed an
enabling act to call a constitutional
convention. That State had no such
provision in her Constitution as was
claimed here to be necessary for
thai purpose. This House ought to
unite in calmly passing an enabling
act for a constitutional question,
so that the people should obtain
their just rights. It was claimed
that this attempt of the Ifawaiians
lo piocure the rights taken from
them directly or indirectpy was Iho
occasion of the presence of the na
tional vessels. Those essels were
not here as staled to police the
group, but to police eacli other.
They were here to watch that one
Power did not gain any advantage
over another. One of the Minis
ters of the Crown said this agitation
was the work of political dema
gogues. He would read for thn
edification of members a plank of
the platform on which the National
Kcform members were elected. That
planlc advocated a revision of the
Constitution in calm council without
outside pressure. These Ministers
promised a conference of National
Reform members that they would
support the principles, of the Na
tional Reform Party.- It was on
tlie strength of this declaration of
the Ministry that the bill before the
House was introduced, and it did
not matter if the introducer had
proved himself a, scapegrace of tlie
National Reform Party. The Min
ister of Finance in ridiculing tls
proposition before the House re.
minded him of a low coined)' actor,
a rolo in wliich he understood His
Excellency to be quite a star. It
did not become a member of this
Cabinet to call him a demagogue for
taking a leading part in this agita
tion, when one of the bills drawn up
to carry out the party platform was
the work of the Altoiney-Clener.il.
He was surprised to hear thai a
matter had nevor been before tho
people. It was unjust to talk in this
way, when ho had been in consulta
tion with the Ministers on this sub
ject, and, as ho had been informed
by Mr. ICalua, the bill before them
was drafted by Iho Attorney-fici).
end. The only way by which thu
needed amendments could be made
without a convention was by the
IJuioi'iii Nohlo In the House pledg
ing tliituibulves to support thu ihiiiiikI
nu'iils at next session, Whatever
U'rftiicllnn might liu plimeil oil tint
Cliiiitt.ii would bit inure rcpnimiil
Ui ihU Cninditiitlon lliiui thn cnnhl
iiitf ticl fur a uuiiviuillnii. TliU vim
11 niuiinr In uhluli thu hiiijiir plimlor
MUllvi'lU illlVI'Miluil, 'I'Iijiv mill'
!l) Uiil hy UjiIII I'liuimu In iliuM
1 him fcuifi Ujy pjuiiu uf (mi'
fiigur 1 iui will lu 10 iwJuM Uiui
tor. Tift wMjlfl pfE) m m
OOU'OH&tt l, imo.
people wllholll uottslltulloiial revi
sion. And why should not they
pass an act lo enable tlioin lo under
take tho revision of the Constitution
with clean hands. The speaker
scouted the idea that there was any
necessity for the foreign naval forces
in Iho hiubor being kept under
arms. Someone was sent to his
liotisc last night, evidently lo see if
.1. E. Hush was home, or out some
where drilling Hoops. The natives
were peaceably disposed. All Iho
sense ol uneasines' arose from the
actions that gave ui the present
Constitution. Violent speeches were
made on that occasion by aliens who
had nothing in tlie country except
what covered their persons. Mr.
Thurston, a member of the lato
Ministry and a legal luminary, at
that time declared that a change of
the Constitution by mutual agree
ment between the King and people
was not a 1 evolution. Parliament
changed tlie Hritish Constitution
every time it assembled, and the
Colonies followed the example of the
Mother Country, yet nothing was
heard about revolution in conse
quence. The natives did not desire
to restore all the old privileges of
the King. They did not, want His
Majesty to appoint the Nobles, but
they wanted to have their due share
in the balloting for Nobles. He
moved the committee rise.
Tlie committee rose, reported pro
gress, and asked leave to sit again
The House adjourned at 1 :0.").
Win. (5. It win. .
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Theo. 0. Poller,
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late linn of Wm. 0. lrwiu & Co., and
will continue the general business
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a meeting of the shareholders of
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William G. Irwin,
Viee-Pn'sldent Glaus Spreckels,
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