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VOL. IV. NO. 523.
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land on or about
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For Sydney and Auckland :
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on or about
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Steamers of the above Companies will
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ports on or about the following dates:
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or about the following dates:
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Stmr. "City of Itio do Janeiro"
Dec. 30, lb!)2
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Stmr. "Oceanic" May 7, 1803
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Wedxksday, Sopt. 11, 1802.
Tlio Assonibly ro-convenod at 1 :!15
o'cloi-k and duhntu wascontinnod on
tho resolution of want of ounlidunou
introduced by Hup. Smith.
l(op. Koahou was of opinion that
tho resolution could not bo con
sidered until after tho existing
vacancies in tho Nobles in tho House
had been filled by election. As it
now was ho would vote in favor of
Rep. Wilder thought that nothing
that might be said could change the
probable result of tho vote; mem
bers wore now so fixed in their inten
tions that argument now was of lit
tle use except for tho opportunity it
gave to explain how ono stood on
tho question. Ho was in favor of tho
resolution. Ho rehearsed tho story
of the joint caucus which had form
ulated tho lottor sent to tho Queen
relative to calling ono of tho leading
members of the Opposition to form
a Cabinet. Ho considered that the
Queen had only acted in conformity
with tho letter and not tho spirit of
that communication. Tho next
shufllo is that a Cabinet is said,
about town, to bo formed but ono
after another of those named de
cline. At last thoy induced tho pro
sent Premier to fill tho bill of form
ing a Cabinet. If ho claims to have
formed this Cabinet, as it has been
said he did, then ho showed great
disrespect for his lato associates. It
had been said about town that all
who favored this present resolution
of want of confidence wore annexa
tionists. Ho did not know that to
bo so. Ho would not say that tho
present Cabinet wore in favor of tho
lottery scheme, but he woidd saj
that all who favor the lottery favor
Kop. Kapnhu considered the reso
lution both premature and uncon
stitutional. Rep. Bush thought that if any
thing could drive this country to
annexation it would bo the kind of
Government which wo now had. no
wtis not an annexationist. Men of
principle could not but objoct to bo
governed by irresponsible men.
Relative to tho resolution sent from
tho coalition of thirty-ono tho Queen
had neither complied with tho letter
nor tho spirit thoreof. It was true
that a reply was returned, but it was
very adroitly worded. Why should
Noblo Macfarlano bo retained in the
Ministry? Ho had placed himself in
tho House in antagonistic position
to the. United States hy the intro
duction of questions looking to tho
ceiisnro of the American Minister.
Wo had expunged that from tho
records of the House, but it is known
abroad, and how call airy favors bo
obtained while there is ono inimical
to that country in position in the
Cabinet. Ho felt sorry that tho lato
premier (Parker) hud to take a back
seat and eamo again into' tlio Cabi
net, hut in a secondary position.
Minister Neumann ho had a great
opinion of as an able jurist. Friend
ship, howovor, should bo laid aside,
and ho believed that the principle of
the House should bo that tho people
Kop. losepa favored the adoption
of the resolution. Tho House could
not support this Cabinet without
stultification, as this was not a new
Cabinet having half of the old; to
support it would bo like a dog return
ing to his vomit, ho did not wish to
be like a dog. Suggestion had boon
made to wait until Nobles wore
elected. Ho thought thoro was no
time like tho present; strike like the
blacksmith, while the iron is hot.
The annexation talk amounted to
nothing, for thoro were many who
supported tho resolution who wore
not annexationists. As to that the
United States if she wanted Hawaii
could have taken it long age.
Rep. Bipikaue did not favor long
speeches; ho considered time was
being wasted, lie was in favor of
all the Cabinet going out. Would
move the previous question and if
not carried he could talk all day on
the subject. (Laughter).
'iMiiir-it tunc iw uiiiwiMfl i t i lui tiwi-
tion and it was not put, so Hop.
Bipikaue desired to know if any of
tho Ministry desired to speak.
Minister Macfarlano Tlio Cabinet
will have something to say later on.
Rep. Bipikano Hotter speak now,
the opportunity may not come byo-and-byo,
Rep, R. W. Wilcox said that the
discussion had occupied considera
PRICE f CENTS.
ble time. Tho question simply was
whether the House had confidence
in tho present Ministry or not. Tho
Queen was not responsible for this
Cabinot; that was tho work of tho
Premier, ho was t ho ono responsible
Tho talk about annexation in this
matter was 011I3'. a bugbear brought
up ly those- opposed to tho resolu
tion. If tho Cabinot got tho support
of tho majority of this House then
let them stay; if not, then tho only
course loft was for thoni to grace
fully resign. Ho favored proceeding
to a'voto without further delay.
Hop. Kanealii considered that tho
resolution was introduced by those ,
who wore actuated by motives which
did not appear on the surface. Ho
know that tho statement had been
made that ninny of its supporters
wore annexationists. This House
had no right to dictate to the Queen
in this matter. If this Cabinet goes
out and a Reform Cabinet comes in
wo will send them out. Ho be
lieved now that ho was right when
ho had moved to havo the ptryuiout
of wages provided for until Oclobor.
Now getting along toward tho end
of September tho Appropriation Bill
and other business had been lost
sight of in this quarrel for place.
Favored tho indefinite postpone
ment of tho resolution.
Noble Pua was opposed to A ho
resolution. The introduction was
a pieco of unmitigated cheek. The
Cabinet appointed aro scarcely in
their seats when this was brought
in. It was a monstrous wrong. If
wo go on in this way wo will place
things in a very unstable condition
and no ono will have confidence in
Rep. Kauhi spoke at some length
and acknowledged himself that he
had spoken a great deal but had
said little. Ho thought that the
Cabinet should got a chance to do
something before being blamed.
Give thom a chance to turn out tho
Marshal and all ''tlfiPotlior rascals
and if thoy don't then bring in a
resolution to bounce thoni.
Noblo Kauhano favored the reso
lution, did not consider that those
in favor were all annexationists, he
was not and ho know of others.
Roj). White favored giving the
Ministry an opportunity to perform
some acts. Ho wished to got to
business, ho had various bills in
tended to bring a revenue to the
county, the lottery bill was ono
(laughter), but ho could do nothing
until tho Ministry were there. Ho
did not think tho resolution would
Ministor Neumann had but little
to say and tho reason was the reso
lution of want of confidence did not
present anything that required- to
bo answered by tho Cabinet. Ho
had been asked by tho Premier to
assist in the administration, he had
accepted. The Cabinet had no pro
mises to make, they simply asked for
the endorsement of tho Legislature.
All this talk about opium and che fa
had nothing to do with tho matter.
Tho Cabinet certainly undertook a
groat task handicapped, and it was
hardly just to give them no oppor
tunity to declare their policy. Tho
Cabinet, howovor, did not propose
to ask for any fair treatment. The
objection to two members of tho old
Cabinet coming back was not tolla
ble. But ho was ready to tender his
resignation, and wisli them joy in
selecting someone' else. Tho hasty
action in bringing in this resolution
was illegal. Section 20 of the Con
stitution shows that, tho Govern
ment was divided into three
branches, to bo kept distinct. Tho
House had no right to appoint any
executive oilicor, and therefore not a
Cabinet. Tho Constitution requiros
the King to appoint tho Cabinet.
Tlio Legislature has no right to
interfere either as a comniitteo of
tho whole or as a caucus with the
right of appointment; and this he
claimed lite Legislature wore trying
to do. Tlio rights of each branch
must be jealously guarded; mid if
encroachments are allowed, consti
tutional liberty and order will )o
gone. Ho attributed tho undue
haste with which the resolution had
been brought forward solely to tho
youth of the introducer and the
youth of the seconder. The speaker
could think of nothing censurable
during his former Ministry, except
tho patience with which he had
listened to tho speeches made on
that occasion. He did not know
how far tho indefinite postponement
of the resolution might operate to
prevent the matter being "brought
up again during tho session, but the
Cabinet did not care to shelter itself
in that way. Ho would ask tho iu-
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