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EIGHTY-NINTH DAY, .
Thursday, Sopt. IB,
Assembly roconvoned from
rocoss, at 1:30 o'clock.
Noblo Mnrsdon said that a charge
had been mado against a certain
official by tho Ministor of Finance
that two mombors of tho Homo had
boon taken away yesterday after
noon. Tho implication was that I hey
had boon carr'ed in some way from
voting according to expectation. He
moved tho matter be referred to the
Judiciary Committee having charge
of tho Kanoa mattor.
Noblo Thurston thought tjie
charge was ridiculous, the opposi
tion had to get 21 votes.
Minister Neumann (interrupting).
Noblo Thurston (continuing), and
it would liot help tho opposition if
thoy took ono menibor or twenty.
Tho President ruled tho matter out
Ministor Macfarlano spoko at
length, recounting a history of tho
Cabinet making negotiations. A full
report of his speech will appear to
morrow. Ministor Neumann desired lo ask
if anyone wanted to speak; if not,
ho wanted to close for tho prosecu
tion and, like tho others, act in a
Christian spirit liko them to say
somo unpleasant things and then
apologize afterwards. I may say
that I do not propose to stay in this
Hotiso very long, am a man of peace
and do not liko fighting. Hoped
tho rosult of tho action of this House
would bo general amity, as should
exist botwoon tho ins and outs, and
that Noblo Marsden woidd forgive
them for having been in oven three
days. Do not intend to treat sub
ject flippantly. Status has been given
by Mr. Thurston which ho must dis
pute in toto. The argument of No
blo Thurston is this, that it is the
maintaining of a constitutional
right. A certain faction of this
House which could not maintain the
position which it arrogated to itself,
did violate tho Constitution in the
grossest way. Tho reason ho said
this was because tho Constitution
divided tho Government into three
branches, to bo kept distinct. It did
not authorize, tho Legislature to
namo.tho Cabinet. If tho Coir' ' '
tion needed amending in that pi.
ticular, why had not Mr. Thursto..
brought forward somo such amend
ment? There is nothing in the Con
stitution that authorizes a majority
to name tho men who are to bo put
in tho Cabinet. This is a step to
demolish that which the Noblo from
Maui has helped to build up. This
Constitution is as good as wo need,
it may need amending in some
points but ot in that. Tho main
purpose in forming tho Constitution
was to clear a former Legislature
from tho iufluenco of bribery, not
with money but with tho promise of
situations and office. Mr. Thurston
had told them how tho Legislature
of 1886 was full of office-holders.
They had swept it away in order to
tho branches of government distinct
in fact as woll as in name. If that
was correct, tho solo right of the
Houso was to pass on tho Cabinet
after it was appointed, not to nomi
nate ono iu secret caucus. If this
principle was carried out the Su
premo Court would have to bo abo
lished, and each member would sot
tlo tho quarrels of his own district;
ho would settle matters of life and
death and tho Legislat urO would be
supremo, tho executive power of tho
country being placed therein. Tho
honorable Noblo from Maui had
thrown down tho gauntlet on tho
Constitution. Ho defied Noblo
Thurston to show anything in tho
Constitution which required a Pre
mier to submit his nominations to a
caucus. Tho speaker found it very
odd that Ministor Parkor should bo
accepted and ho rejected, since
ho confessedly had done nothing.
Ho could not attribute it to personal
enmity, though ho hoped ho had
enemies. He was a pious man and
said his prayers every morning and
besides thinking tho Lord for his
daily bread ho always asked him to
preserve his enemies. Thoy keep a
man fresh. Thoro was nothing un
constitutional in the appointing
power sending a whole Cabinet back,
after thoy had boon voted out, as for
instance whore thoy go out under a
misapprehension or by means which
jhow to have boon illegal, such as
bribery; but in all cases it is tho pre
rogative powor to send men to you
and for you to judge. Tho Houso
could reject them. Ho was '
to go out, and lot tho member fi .t
tho third district come in as Attorney-General,
ho has filled that, place
vory ably boforo and could do it
again. Tho Marshal would then bo
directly undor his thumb and ho
would enjoy it. It was tho opposi
tion which was in tho wrong and
fighting against principle. Ho had
but a fow words moro to say, Ho
admired tho attitude of tho Jtfoblo
from Maui. Ho was energotic and
honest and intelligent, but his
intelligence was now clouded by
speculations in Chicago, etc., so
that now he is not tho clear
thinker ho had before. Ho was a
stalwart defender of republics, and
that ho had a perfect right to be.
Tho speaker believed in republics
also, but when he enmo hero ho ac
cepted tho institutions of this coun
try, and ho did not intend to gab, in
public, on revolutionary themes. It
was a mistake, however, for tho mem
ber from the first district to say that
the annexation cry was raised
by the Cabinet as a bugbear, as
Pope says: "For forms of Govern
ment let fools contest, whate'er is
best administered is best." It is
a significant fact that all this
cry about annexation has como from
the opposition while never a word
has boon said on the subject by the
Cabinet or its supporters. As tho
champion of the planters ho was
willing to give tho country away for
what he could got for it. What dif
ference did it mako to us what form
of government wo lived under so
long as they, tho planters, made
money? Annexation was not tho
greatest evil nor tho greatest good
which could befall this country, for
although tho United States was our
nearest neighbor, wo would always
enjoy its friendship and protection,
as long as wo maintain a Christian
civilization and have a duo regard
for tho rights of proporty and per
son. He believed in upholding tho
majesty and dignity of Hawaii by
not having hor becomo a streot
walkor and begging to bo taken in.
It would bo time enough to submit
tho question to tho people when wo
wero asked. If Uncle Sam, out of
that tremendous amount of moiioj
which ho has, was willing to spend a
fow millions hero building dry docks
and making harbors, let him bo wel
comed with both hands, for ho is a
good tenant. Did not beliovo that
it was tho wish of tho United States
to annex tho islands. Our side has
never raised that cry of annexation,
it has always como up liko an accus
ing spirit out of tho mouths of those
who belong to the opposition. Per
haps thoro is moro in it than appears
on tho surface. Tho matter did not,
however, enter into tho question bo
foro this Houso. It was only two
years ago that ho came to tho As
semblv becauso ho heard that Thurs
ton and Ashford woro going to have
a row that was always better than a
circus and it was free. As to tho
menibor from the Third District, ho
was a good lawyer, and he had an
other profession ho was a profes
sional repeater. A few years ago ho
was thumping tho ground wither
rifie and calling for a now constitu
tion. Afterwards ho wanted another
now constitution. Ho was saying
thero never should have boon a now
constitution, tho natives wero rob
bed, no change should havo boon
Uop. Ashford 1 never said it!
Minister Neumann (Markedly)
You did, I havo hoard you.
Rop. Ashford (Determinedly)
No, I did 710 say it!
Minister Neumann I heard yoxu
I do not want to do tho honorable
menibor any injustice but it shows
how utterly unreliable a sheet that
Advertiser is. (Laughter and ap
plause.) I listened to his speeches,
I love to listen to him, ho has gen
erally a groat deal to say ovon if it is
not always to tho point. (Laughter.)
His speeches pleaso mo I ovon used
to pay hack hiro, during tho last
campaign to hear him. During those
speeches I contend ho saw tho error
of his ways, that ho had repented,
that ho had joined tho Liberal party
becauso ho had repeated of his for
mer course. That is what ho did
say, that is tho way tho Advertiser
gave it, and tho Advertiser, with all
the little differences between us is
gospol to mo. (Laughter and ap
plause.) Ho called the planters
grasping, tyrannical, sugar barons;
sometimes ho roared at thorn liko a
lion; at others for ho did not want
to go too far ho roared at them as
gently as any cooing dove. Ho had
said that his now bosom friend
Thurston was going about with tho
brand of Cain upon his brow all on
account of a little present given by
Mr. Dillingham. (Laughter.) Tho
sugar-barons Baldwin, Hornor, Cum
mins, Kanoa and Mnrsdon had for
gotten ami now thoy embraced.
Why do thoy embrace now! Simply
to put out tho Cabinet of a day.
Noblo Marsden That'll what its
for. Ho could imagine what tho
object of such a union can bo but'ho
didn't propo&o to state it to this
House. (Laughter.) If any good
ground could bo alleged for putting
tho Ministry out, thoy would go out.
Iop. Ashford did not doubt thoy
would go out; but would thoy stay
out? That was tho point on which
lie would liko to bo.satisfiod?
Minister Neumann said, as tho
membor had boon couvortod so many
times, let him repent once more and
show his good sense and fairness by
voting to sustain t lie Cabinet until
it had done something to bo put out
for. Thoro could not bo such a
thing as ill-fooliug
member from tho !hl,
ton and himscK. I know that if the
membor from tho Ud could got at his
own true inwardness and recognize
himself again, or if Noble Thurston
could disuiisss from his mind the
sound of music and bells and the
dreams of tho Exposition in Chicago
that thoy would both think better
of it and vote for the Cabinet al
though I hardly believe they will.
Noblo Thurston said this was tho
third funeral oration on himsolf ho
had heard from tho Noble. Thoy
wero always amusing, and wore
quickly followed by his official death.
Tho Minister seemed disappointed,
becauso tho speaker and the member
for the Third Ward did not make a
bear garden of tho Houo. If ho
had a principle which he believed lo
be correct ho supported it, whether
others did or not; and ho did not
abandon it merely becauso someone
elected on a different platform also
advocated it. Another -' ,rgo hard
ly worth replying to was, that ho,
had run away from Honolulu to
Maui to got elected. Ho had lived
on Maui longer than anywhere elso,
and his property intorcsts wero thoro,
if ho was not a ropresentativo of
Maui then ho was not of anywhere.
The remarks of tho Ministor of
Finance woro decidedly small pota
toes, to come from tho tho Premier.
He might go ahead and givo his own
version of the story, if ho thought it
worth while. It was said that thoro
woro no worse slave drivers than tho
Yankees who wont down South, no
worse dudes than tho Anglo maniacs
in Now York who turn their pants
up when it rains iu London and al
ways sneozo whon tho Princo of
Wales had a cold in his head and it
had been reserved for an American
to como down horo and dofond illi
beral principles against the united
Englishmen of tho Houso. Tho
honorable Attoriioy-Geiioral was a
day behind the fair. Had ho been
talking in England in tho eighteenth
century his remarks would have re
presented tho views of tho then
Tories. Those torios woro dust now.
Tho member then read from tho
caucus resolution to show tho prin
ciple on which ho was arguing.
Continuing, Noblo Thurston said:
This resolution was signed by all
tho mombors of tho Attornoy-Qon-oral's
own par' except C. O. Bergor.
This resolution was rejected by tho
Attorney-General, and ho was doing
his best to down it, though it had
boon accepted and acted on. A mile
stone had been put in our history
whon that resolution was adopted
that we had joined against the
Queen and now tho Premier at
tempts to take that place, and wo
wore trying to put in a second to
divy. Tho Premier himsolf acknowl
edged tho soundness of tho principle.
Ministor Macfarlano asked that
tho speaker read tho reservation
which accompanied his signature.
Noblo Thurston did so and said:
What is tho principlo? Tho rulo of
tho majority. Tho majority of tho
Houso. Yet ho has signed it, and
has come in as a Ministor, liko a
thief in tho night, tolling no ono in
tho House. Was that to bo en
dorsed? Was tho Houso composed
of children or men? Hfi-'ug wrested
tho powor from tho hand of ono, are
wo to givo it to another?
Ministor Macfarlano stated that
he had accepted simply tho princi
ple that tho Queen should summon
ono of tho majority of tho Opposi
tion to form a Cabinet; never that
that loader should take his nominees
back for approval of a caucus.
Noblo Thurston was trying to throw
dust in thoir oyos.
Noblo Thurston said it was woll
understood that the person called
was called in a ropresentativo capa
city, and that resolution never con
templated substituting ono autocrat
for another. "Who was responsible?
Noblo Macfarlano I am responsi
ble I Ono word now, while I havo
the floor, regarding annexation. If,
as said, that thoro was no thought
by tho Opposition of that subject,
why did tho membor endeavor to
got a now iroaty in 1890?
Noblo Thurston Yos, in 1890 you
woro warning pooplo against Thurs
ton; that he was trying to make a
treaty which you opposed.
Ministor Maofarlanq Yes, that
shotgun treaty. Tho landing-of-troops
Noblo Thurston Thoro was no
proposition to pass any such treaty.
With regard to tho annexation scare.
If ho ha'd darod to speak of annexa
tion as tho Attornoy-Gonoral had
just done, tlm Minister of Finance
would bo un and dancing with rago.
Ho was doing tho samo thing two
years ago. Ho would simply tell
tho natives that whon a Cabinot goes
around raising the annexation issue,
thoy aro drawing a herring across
tho scent to cover up their own
tracks. Lot us stand plainly on the
issue. Shall thoro bo representative
government in this country, or per
Hop. Itobort W. Wilcox moved tho
On motion, tho ayes and nays was
then taken on the motion to adopt
tho resolution of want of confidence,
resulting as follows;
Ayes Nobles Ena, Cummins, Ka
uhano, J. M. Horner, Marsden,
Young, Baldwin, W. Y. Homer,
Walbridgo, Anderson, Thurslon,
Wilcox and Kanoa; Hops. "Wilder,
Bipikano, Ashford, Kauhi, B. W.
Wilcox, Bush, Horner, Kaluna, lo
sopa, Smith and A. S. Wilcox 21.
Noos Nobles Bergor, l'na, Peter
son, Williams, Hind, Hoapili, Corn
well and Droior; Bops. Aid, Pun,
Nawahi, Koahou, Kauiiamano, Ka
mauoha, Waipuilani, Knpahu, Na
hinu, White, Kanealii, Edmonds and
Tho Secretary handed I ho list of
record to the President and he then
stated that, there woro 21 in favor of
tho resolution and 21 against. Tho
vote just cast compelled him lo
make an explanation of tho part he
would tako in it. For somo days
past lie had boon giving considerable
attention to tho subject; had hoard
lawyers giving thoir opinion of what
thoy thought was right. Havo taken
the opinion of leading mon outside
of tho Houso. Ho thought that,
from tho opinions ho had heard,
it requires, according to Article 11
of the Constitution, a vote of 25 to
carry tho resolution. To-day had
had a conversation with a leading
man who said that, it would bo pro
por and safe that 21 would bo
right. That, however, would bo
dangerous ground for him, as Presi
dent, to take, and ho would (here
fore havo to lake the ground (hat 25
Noblo Thurston roso to protest,
and Bops. Ashford, Bush and Wilcox
jNodio I'oiorson moved at -i:J.
that tho Assembly adjourn.
Noblo Thurston demanded tho
floor on a question of privilege.
Tho Prosident'endeavored to ob
Ministor Neumann roso to a point
of order inasmuch as tho motion of
Noblo Peterson should havo been
Noblo Thurston Tho matter to
bo decided was of more importance
than personal convenience ho
Bop. Ashford roso to protest
against tho Ministers remaining;
thoy ought to walk out if they woro
Noble Marsden considered that
tho Ministers should bo ashamed of
themselves for ovon a desire to re-
Minister Noiitiinnii again who to a
point of ordor and asked the Pre.-n-dont
to put tho motion to adjourn.
President Walker put the motion
to adjourn and amid great excite
ment and turmoil. Ho deolarod the
Houso adjourned and left the chair.
Members wero rising and shouting
and tho spectators added to the ex
citement 13' shouting, applauding,
Thero was no disposition evinced
by tho opposition to leavu, and tho
angry faces and tumult made nervous
The President rot timed and again
rapping the mombors present to
ordor said that ho had not put tho
uogativo on tho motion to adjourn.
Noblo Marsden desired that bo
foro further businoss was transacted
tho spectators bo cleared out.
Ho only desired that to facilitate
Hop. Ashford said that ho would
mako an appeal at present ponding
Minister Neumann said that was
not tho proper way.
Rop. Ashford protested against
being interrupted by Minister Neu
mann. Ministor Neumann protested
against Rop. Ashford. Against his
Rop. Ashford submitted that op
portunity Ministor Noumanii roso to a point
of ordor that there was a motiou to
Noblo Baldwin said that tho vote
had not boon announced on tho
question of tho resolution nor on
Noblo Thurston said that it could
bo easily soea that tho mombors iu
favor of tho Cabinet did not dare
face tho trial of nn appeal. Tho
Prosidont asked tho Clork if a quo
rum was prosont and buing answered
throo times in tho negative at last
declared the Houso adjourned for
lack of quorum.
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