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thing on that just thou, but boinjr
risked ho would now pay tho soeonu
clause, in which it is staled that tho
Cabinot havo disnhyod conspicuous
hostility to tho United States, is not
correct. Ho had documents present
which could show tho relations exis
ting, and if desired U103' would bo
road by tho Clerk of tho House. Ho
did not consider tho course liropor,
but in tho faco of tho untruthful
statements in tho allegations tho
Houso could havo truthful informa
tion if it desired. Tho Noble (Thurs
ton) stated that thoro wore somo in
sulting articles in tho Bulletin. The
Cabinot could not bo hold responsi
ble for that. Ho owned some small
amount of stock in tho papor, but
ho did not control tho utterances: in
fact ho himself had hceii attacked in
its columns. His stock, moreover,
had been acquired three years ago,
before ho wont in tho Ministry. Ho
was ready to havo tho consideration
of the resolution proceed at onco.
As far as ho know thoro was a cordial
feeling oxisting between tho Ainor
ican Minister and the Government.
Bop. Kaunainano said that if tho
presont resolution was based upon
tho action of Minister Macfnrluuu
when a Noblo in tho Houso then it
should bo abandoned. It had been
stated openly that tho American
Minister had found fault on account
of tho communications whichap
peared and reflecting upon tho slow
ness of action in goiug to tho rcscuo
of tho shipwrecked crow of an Am
erican vessel, and tho introduction
of a resolution in the Houso of an
offer of assistance. If that is tho
cause then tho resolution should not
bo acted on further than to table it.
Tho Hawaiian peoplo havo novor
mado any trouble. Tho history of
tho country for tho first half cen
tury shows that all our troubles
woro mado by foreigners. Tho pre
sent Cabinot had obtained tho confi
dence of tho general public and of
business men. Tho member at 1:10'
moved that a recess bo taken until
A controversy was entored into by
Hops. "White, Ashford, K. V. "Wil
cox and Nawahi relative to recess
being taken, which ended by tho
motion being lost, and Hop. White
took tho floor.
Hop. White said that tho resolu
tion alleged three (liilbront grounds.
Every wifco man waits until favor
able occasion before ho presents a
policy. Maybe tho Cabinot woro act
ing wisely in waiting. As he under
stood it tho Cabinet has many good
measures to lay before tho Houso
and which will meet with tho ap
proval of all good men in tho As
sembly, except possibly thoso who
have their oyes on Ministerial seats.
It is improper to lind fault with tho
Cabinet simply because thoy havo
not yet presented a financial policy.
Ho know that in a few days tho
'Cabinet intended to presont a policy.
If other members who oppose the
Cabinet woro guided bv a sense of
right the' would meet tho Cabinet
half-way and oiler some suggestions
or ideas relative to plans which they
deemed to bo for tho public good.
Tho 2d clause states that tho head
of tho presont Cabinet has displayed
hosHlity to tho American represen
tative hero. Tho Constitution does
not provide for an' "head of tho
Cabinet." Tho truth is that tho one
meant is tho Minister of Finance,
and because ho introduced a resolu
tion when a Noble in tho Houso that
a speech mado by tho American
Minister on Decoration D.13 lie in
vestigated by a committee. That
mattor was then expunged from tho
minutes of tho Assembly and to
bring that up now, as a cause, seem
ed to him to bo a very poor allega
tion. Ho hoped that those who had
introduced the resolution and bad
been blinded by this clause would
havo their eyes opened in time to vote
against tho resolution or at least that
clause. As regards tho third charge,
rolativo to tho Police Department,
that simply moans in its entirety
that tho Marshal had not been re
moved. Now tho Houso has not tho
power to order the removal of tho
Marshal. It has tho power to inves
tigate and report to the Cabinet, but
if thoy cannot produce and substan
tiate charges tho Attorney-General
cannot justly remove him. This
clause had evidently been put in to
. capture tho Hon. Hipiknno who it
was well known had no friendly feel
ings towards the Marshal. Not very
many months ago when thoro was
talk of revolution and uprising who
stopped it? It was this Marshal!
If he had not nipped tho thing in
tho bud many of our peoplo would
.have lost their lives, thoro would
, ,haye been bloodshed. Tho talk then
was of overthrowing the Quoon and
establishing a republic. But that
was not tho real cause, annexation
was intended. Thoro is now the at
tempt to reduce tho polico force and
reduce tho Queen's Guard, so much
that thoy could not bo any protec
tion in time of trouble to residents
bore. There was a purpose in this
so that it could bo said that thoro
was not suiliciont protection for life
and property, and by their cries for
assistance bring about tho interfer
ence of foreign powers and that
would bo tho end of Hawaii. Tho
foreigner would profit but tho Ha
waiian would go to tho wall. This
may bo a policy to prevent tho elec
tion of delegates to form a now
Constitution. Tho introducers of
this resolution know that tho Minis
try are favorably disposed for a now
Constitution and think by removing
tho Ministry tho will of tho peoplo
can bo thwarted.
Hop. Bush rose to a point of order
objecting to tho member speaking
any longer as ho had now occupied
five minutes ovor his half-hour, as
allotted by tho rule.
Prosidont "Walker said that this
had been considered a freo light and
no notico had boon taken of tho
time occupied by previous speakers.
It had boon tho habit in mattors of
thia kind to give full scope; still tho
rule was in existence and tho mem
ber must bo seated unless given
more timo by tho Houso.
Bop. Kamauoha moved that tho
membor bo given longer time.
Noblo Marsdon said that ho would
bo tho last to draw the lino of timo
on any member when speaking on
any important subject; now, how
ever, althpugh in favor of giving tho
member more timo, yet he wished a
limit mndo and, as thoy had had
formor oxporionco of tho oratorical
powers of tho niombor from Laha
111a ho would move that ho bo grant
ed one more half-hour. Carried.
Hep. White, continuing, said that
it would bo woll to know what kind
of a nolicy tho supporters of tho re
solution wanted. The Registration
Bill was offered as a cause of com
plaint but it was not yet a law. Ho
then at 5:07 moved recess until 7:80
Noblo Marsdon moved recess until
7 o'clock. Carried, and at 5:03 tho
The Assembly reconvened from
recess at 7:01 p. 111. and discussion of
tho resolution of want of confidence
was cont inued.
Hon. "Whito continued his sneoch,
and said; ho considered that tho part
of tho resolution relating to tho
hostility said to bo oxisting botwoon
tho head of tho Cabinet and Ameri
can Minister should bo struck out.
As regarded tho actions of tho Mar
shal it was woll known that tho Mar
shal, in a great many ways, was a
very efficient man. Relative to opium
seizures it was only a fow days ago
that opium was seized on board the
barkentino S. N. Castlo and marked
with tho initials of a prominent firm
"C. & C." Ho did not think that
tho resolution was woll grounded
and would advocate that the mem
bers looked well boforo taking a leap
in the dark. Tho Cabinet havo not
had timo yet to show what thoy can
do. The Cabinot havo the confidence
of the public as was woll shown in
the late election and also bj' tho
supplying of funds by tho business
peoplo to assist tho Govorninont
during tho past month. Tho fact
that tho Cabinot mado statements at
a late political meeting and said that
thoy woro against annexation had an
effect. That statement secured tho
election of Messrs. Hopkins and
Mailo by tho Hawaiian voters. There
are somo 20 of the liionibors of this
House who favor coding, by lease, a
portion of Pearl Harbor to tho
United States. But when that loaso
is up tho United States will not go
awav, sho will remain and you can
not trot her awav.
Hop. R. W7. Wilcox objected to tho
speaker having any more time.
Hop. While continued saying that,
to allow any leasing of Pearl River
would bo tho old story of tho Arab
and tho camol, tho neck and head of
the camol was permitted entrance
the body came in soon af tor wards.
Minister Maefarlano Mr. Presi
dent: I have beon waiting patiently
to hear someting from the foroign
members of this Houso with regard
to why this Cabinot should be voted
out. Tho resolution has boon boforo
this Houso tho whole day and part
of the night, and wo have hoard
from no 0110 of tho foroign members
except tho Noble from Maui. Wo
havo hoard from several native mem
bers, but not 0110 word from tho for
eign members of this Houso as to
why tho Cabinot should go out.
That was my reason for delaying
making any remarks until I had
hoard the accusations 01 the loroigu
members of this Houso as to why
this' Cabinet did not enjoy their
confidence. Scarcely two weeks
havo passed when a similar resolu
tion was introduced into this Houso
aud a discussion took place for two
days, when tho Ministry woro sus
tained. Since that timo a special elec
tion has been held in this countrj',
and tho only issue boforo tho coun
trj during that campaign was tho
question of tho Ministry. No other
issue was brought forward, and the
result was an overwhelming major
ity for tho candidates in support of
tho Ministry. Now I say with re
gard to tho statements mado in this
House to-day, by thoso moinbors who
have spoken as to why this Cabinot
should go out, that I will leavo thoso
goutlomen to justify tlieir position
with thoir constituents who returned
this Ministry back to this House. I
fool that the Ministry is not being
voted out because of tho charges
mado iu that resolution, which tho
members making them know to bo
unqualifiedly false; thoir roasons to
night aro just tho same as they woro
two weeks ago, thoy didn't want this
Cabinet under any consideration
thou and thoy don t want thorn now
for the same reason.
Ono of tho charges in' tho resolu
tion complains of a lack of policy by
tliis Cabinet, a want of financial
policy, a lack of commercial policy
and in many other ways charging
that this Cabinot had not tho con
fidence of this Legislature because
it had no policy to formulate. Now,
it is woll known to every member of
this Houso that for tho past two
weeks myself aiidrnj colloaguos have
been just as busy as wo could bo
taking up tho affairs of tho Govern
ment and putting them into such
shape that thoy might bo laid bo
foro this Houso. To that ond I havo
had tho Appropriation Bill under
my earnest consideration night and
day with tho idoa of bringing down
tho expenditures of this country
within the estimated revenues of tho
country and to such a point ns to
enable us to go through the period
before us without complication by
paying the salaries of omploj'oos,
keeping up public works and othor
wiho doing what wo could in tho in
torest of tho country, but a,t every
stop wo havo boon thwarted by thoso
men whoso policy is to rule tho Gov
orninont and the countrj or to ruin
them. (Applause.) Throo days ago I
informed this House, at tho conclu
sion of tho consideration of tho Ap
propriation Bill, on its second read
ing, that I would ask this Houso to
refer tho first section, with its re
visions and corrections, to tho Print
ting Committee, that wo might havo
it clearly boforo us with all its al
terations, that I might present to
this Houso our proposed plan Of re
trenchment, that 1 was prepared to
inaugurate retrenchment from one
end of tho bill to the other, and it
was woll known that I had made
efforts iu that direction which would
have put tho Appropriation Bill in
such a shape as to bo perfectly ac
ceptable to this Houso aud to the
country. It is also well-known to
this House that Her Majesty had
done everything in her power to
(Continued on 3d I'ayc.)
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SimvEvoii (Late with .thkGovkknmknt
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rpHE UNDERSIGNED HEREHY
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