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VOL. IX. NO. 1278.
HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1895.
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MEETING OF COUNCILS.
Consideration of Status of Govorn
ment Employocs Regarding tho
Tlioro was a meotiu f thu Ex
oeutivo mid Ailvisory Councils this
afternoon. I'resunt: V. V. Allen,
chnirmnu; Miuistors Hatch, KiuK,
Damon and Smith; Councillors D. 11.
Smith, J. F. Morgan, John Nott, J.
A. Kenni'ily, t. A. llosini-r, John '
Eua, Geo. I. Cnstlo, C. B. Wood and '
E. D. TViiney.
A comuiuuicatiou was road from
tho Hilo Conervativo Asrouintion,
nflting for tli" removal of Sheriff
Williams of Hawaii, on tho ground
of incapacity and stupidity. Judgo
Barnard of Laupahochoo wai given
as a re fere nee. Tho communication
was sigued hy E. E. Richard, sec
retary. Mr. Hosmer nsked for information
as to tho per'onnel of tho associa
tion. Minister Smith thought the peti
tiou should not havo eomo before
tho legislativo body, m it was a
matter for executive action. Ho
moved that tho matter ho roforred
to tlio Executive Council. Carried.
Dr. Wood submitted tho follow-
' ing resolution from a convention of
tho volunteer military organizations:
''At a meeting of tho proporly
nccrudited representatives of tho
volunteer military and special police
department, tho following preamble
' and resolution was adopted for pre
sentation to your honorable bodies,
autl wo title that you will giro to tho
statements herein made such action
as their importance may warrant:
"Wukiiuas, During tho past two
years the condition of tho loyal citi
zens ot tho Provisional Government
and its legitimate successor, the Re
public of Hawaii, has been such thai
it was only by great personal sacri
fices and risks, by tho most deter
mined and united effort, and by the
' bauding together of such loyal citi
zens into organizations of military
and semi-military character, that
their existence as a body of freemen
could bo maintained and the degra
dation of being slaves to a disoluto
and unprincipled monarchy could be
"Wo thorofore assert that it was
tho duty of every loyal citizen dur
ing theso two years of trial and dan
ger to havo become n mumbor of
some organization having for its ob
ject tho support aud defeuto of the
govoruiuout under which wo livud;
"Wo further assert that if it was
theduty of all citizens, regardless of
their occupations and positions in
life, to havo become members of
such organizations, much more was
it the duty of those citizens who re
ceive a regular salary those who
are employees of Mio Government
to havo becomo kuown as its defend
ers, aud to have beou in a situation
that when defenders were wanted
they could havo been counted upon
as such, and could have assisted in
tho struggle for tho overthrow of
the rebollion at a time whbii every
man's help counted for or against tho
success of tho Government, instead
of coming in ono by one to assist
whou help was uo longer of vital im
portance. "Wo further assort that tho fol
lowiug persons, employees of this
Government, did not, prior to Jan
uary G, 181)5, alliliato with any organ
ization having for its object the do
fenso of tho Government, and the
protection of lifo and property from
List of names.
"Thorofore, bo it resolved. That
tho status of evory omployeo whosu
uamo appears heroin bo investigated,
aud if it bo found that they have
uot proven themselves to be fully in
accord with the sentiments herein
expressed, they bo removed at once
from auy position of trust under
this Government, and only such
rnou bo omploj ed ns have proven
their loyalty by tho tests herein
"Very respectfully submitted,
"J. A. McCasdless,
"T. P. Sevhrin,
Dr. Wood desired that tho list of
iimuch bo not published, and it was
Dr. Wood moved that tho rcholu
tion be referred to a committee.
Mr. Eua moved it bo referred to tho
Mr, Kennedy referred to the dis
cussion of a similar question two
3 oars ago. When tho United State
Government, began to dicker with
Hawaiian affairs the mattordropped,
tho doubtful employees being for
tho mot part whitewashed and
allowed to retain their places. This
latest trouble had brought it up
Mr. Tonney wa3 in favor of re
taining any employees who had
turned out for tho defense of tho
Government within a reasonable
time say under 18 hours, or before
tho affair was virtually settled in
favor of tho Government. When
tho matter came up two years ago,
air. Uaiiuiu was tho one who op
nosed removal of doubtful ollicers,
but when tho resolution pabsed Mr.
Damon was tho only Minister who
carried its instruction out in his
Minister Hatch -There woro two
dismissal in tho Foreigu Olllco.
Minister Smith (Attoruey-Geiii-ral)
And two in tho Interior Ollice.
Mr. Eua uould not defend em
ployees who failed to come forward
until the trouble was practially
Tho amendment, to refer tho reso
lution to tho Executive, pasod.
A petition was received from tho
Citizens' Guard against tho un
authorized utnriug uf htdgc.
On motion of Mr. Morgan duly
seconded the petition was referred
to tho Judiciary Committee with in
structions to prepare an act in ac
cordance with the petition.
Minister Damon said it had boon
found that the previous appropri
ation of 550,000 for defraying the ex
penses of suppressing the rebellion
was insufficient, aud lie begged leave
to present nu act to appropriate
S2(()00 additional. He further mov
ed in succession tho first, fecond and
third readings, uuder suspension of
tho rules, aud the bill paused unani
mously. Minister Hatch introduced an act
rolatiug to martial law. trial by
military commission, anil tho liabili
ty of ollicers of tho Government for
acts done in suppressing insurrec
tion. He said it might bo consider
ed by some, people as extreme, but. it
went no further than lawn of tho
United States relating to the rebel
lion in that country. It grants im
munity to all ollieors engaged in '
suppressing tho rebellion from lia
bility under prosecution for any act
done by them in that service.
Miaistor Smith said thorn was no
hurry about passing tho l,nv, and ho
would move it to referred to tho
Judiciary CommiUee. Carried.
A communication was read from
Dr. C. T. Rodders, secretary of
Councils, complaining that ho had
received no paymout for his services
as such since October, on the ground
that the law allowed no official to
draw pay for more than ono positiou
aggregating $1800 a year, because
ho was getting SRiO a month as
secretary of tho Labor Commission.
Ho submitted that tho position of
secretary of tho Labor Commission
did uot bring him within tho cate
gory of the law in (piestiou, as it
was uot a permanent Oody and was
liable to cease its functions at auy
Minister Damon argued that tho
Military Commission was as much a
part of tho Government as aiiythiug
else aud, if the secretary did not
thiuk it was, ho was free to resign
tho olllco at any time. Thoro were
others who would bo glad to per
form its dutioB for tho money.
Mr. Morgan moved, so as to get
some law on tho subject, that the
matter bo referred to tho judiciary
t At 2:!J5 tho Councils adjourned.
Twonty-flvo Moro Natlvoa Sont Up
for Five Years.
Tho following persons wero given
sontonco to-day of live years' im
prisonment at hard labor for treason,
tho Ex-ciitiva having remitted their
lines of $5000 each:
Sam KMkahn, William Bill, Ivamu
ola lla'tuole, Opuinii, Win. Ahia,
Ed. Tiug Sing, Sam Ilola. John Ka
, una, Mnkiiuahna, Maui. Dan Kaatia, '
Jack Naiwi, llola Huihui, Solomon
Ivipiioho, Ben Maele, Win. Ivumka
olo, Wahia, Kuaiwa, Kiaiii'tuu, Win.
HakaUau, Kaiuwa, ICua, Welewole,
Tom Ulukou and Waiola.
i 1 you are out of Hill Jleatts, ltlt
Heads, etc, we can supply them.