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WhDNESDAT, Sept. 24.
The House resumed at 1:10
Rip. Brown, on the question of
the crown lands bill being stated,
said he hud serious doubts whether
the Legislature hail the authority to
dictate ot to prescribe regulations
to the Crown Land Commissioners.
A law was passed in 1872 conveying
the ahupuaa of Wailuku. Prior to
the law of ISC 1 the sovereigns con
veyed nwny crown lands at pleasure.
That law put the lands in charge of
commissioners while tanking them
inalienable; they could not be sold
in fee simple, but must be rctulned
as a perquisite of the crown. The
law passed in 1872 was to settle a
claim to the title of one-half of the
lauds in question. The commission
ers allowed to lease the lauds for
terms not exceediug thirty years.
If the Legislature had the power to
interfere with the administration of
the crown lands, it would hive an
equal right to interfere with the
trustees of the Bishop Estate, a
property that is devoted equally
with crown lands to public U9es.
He believed the Legislature of 1872
exceeded its power in conveying the
Wailuku land. While he believed
in the purpose of the bill, he doubt
ed the juilsdiction of the Legislature
in the matter.
Minister Peterson, as one of the
Crown Land Commissioners, said
they had always held that the Legis
lature did not have the right to con
trol the crowu lands. The Legis
lature went too far in the law of
1864, and exceeded its powers iu
1872 when it conveyed the fee sim
ple of crown lands. The lands were
the private property or their in
come was of His Majesty.
Noble Widemann did not consider
himself much of a lawyer, but felt
bound to stand up against the two
lawyers who had just spoken. The
Crown .Land Commissioners were
created by the law, arid how could
they bo above the law? Kaineba
meha III. left the lands to his suc
cessor, Kamehameha IV., and the
latter all his life sold and gave
away the crown lands just as he
pleased. When Kamehameha V.
came to the throne was it as the
successor or the heir of Kameha
meha IV, ? They did not dare to
put that question to the lest; hence
the passage of that law. The Ha
waiian Government'had the right of
dower In those lauds, in lieu of
annual cash revenues to the sover
eign. The deed was of record. Ho
was in the Legislature when the law
was passed. The Legislature had
the right to remove the Commis
sioners, therefore ought to have
power to legulate their transactions.
Rep. Brown denied that the deed
in question was jecorded. It was
in the Finance OfUce nhen last he
had the occasion to look at it, two
years ago, and he then called atten
tion to.the fact that it nas not re
corded. Kamehameha .V. and Judge
Harris made a- play on the words,
"heirs and successors." Judge
Harris took the gtound that the
King was the successor of Kameha
meha IV. because the lauds passed
Rep. White 6ided with Noble
Widemann. If the commissioners
were regulated by law, there would
not be so much of the crown lands
devoted to saloons, and a private
person would not bfc making "$S0,
000 a year from sub-leases. He
moved that the bill pass to engross
ment. Waimanalo was leased for
$700 a year, when they would bring
much more at public competition.
Noble Widemann said he had
found recorded the deed of Queen
Emma, conveying all her right, title,
and interest in the 'crown lands, in
conBideratiofl'of SGOOO'a year. "
Rep. Brown admitted he had been
Rep. Bush held that the law did
not give irrevocable powers to the
commissioners. ' But the lands were
under conditions that made them in
alienable, and any measure tamper
ing with their title would be un
constitutional. If these lands were
properly managed he did not be
lieve the Legislature would need to
vote any mouoy to supply the privy
purse. It was the duty of the Leg
islature to protect His Majesty, as
well aa to guard the public interest.
Rep. Rickard wished to give his
reasons lot opposing the bill. Ho
'would be against any measure for
acquiring tho crown land. Ho was
satisfied they had no right to legis
late on lands that were individual
property. If thoy interfered with
the management of this property, it
would be a step toward encroaching
on the rights of ownership therein.
Noble Widemaun differed abso
lutely, in toto, and every other way
from tho previous speaker's view
that tho crown lauds wero tho king's
privato property. There was tho
deed of Quoon Emma conveying her
right of dower n the IiukU to tho
Hawaiian Government, Tlio Su
promo Court upheld the legality of
that deed, and Itu decision was thor
oughly Bound, He would oppouu to
tliu ust any attempt to deprive thu
king of liU light in the pioperty,
JU'p, KlUHlWII COIlU'lKlUll thui, UN
tlmluiiK pi nil (Iim urmui lumU
revenue (Hill llllltlu till tilt) ll'IHfiiH,
lliu lion mi liuil nn rjylit In liitmore,
Hop II. W. WHwk wui In fyor
Of ( lillli l If l4R Ipnlfffl on It
M !B MSrplflli WBUMII jl llM 9
jq p io fptm lo iIuh 1i 11
t HONULtTbtt, H. I., SBPnrfeft 2
would bo w-lt to put nil leases worth
over 8100 up at auction.
Rep. Put'hnolo thought tho hill
showed want of confidence in tho
commissioners, and iniulit pave the
way for a future Legislature to at
tempt the acquirement ol the lauds.
The bill passed to engrossment,
to bo read a third time Tuesday.
Kccjnd reading of bill to allow
sugar plantation companies and
plantation owners to introduce labor
ers fiorn abroad. Read by title and
refeired to commerce committee.
Second leading of bill to provide
odditionul terms in tho Tliird Judi
cial Circuit. Read by title and re
feired to judiciary committee.
Second rending of bill to abolish
the olllce of Auditor-General. Read
Rep. Lucas moved il be Indt finite
Noble J. M. Horner moved it be
referred to the judiciaiy committee,
accepting a suggestion of Minister
Brown that it be the finance com
mittee. Noble Widemann thought it not
worth while to send the bill to any
committee. It should be indefinitely
postponed. He had nsked a
former Legislature to appoint a
committee of live to amend the law,
but those elegant gentlemen knew
better. The Minister of Finance in
1888 said they could do without the
officer, but they did not do without
Noble Horner was satisfied he had
done hia legislative duty in present
ing the bill. The Auditor-Gencial
in his report said he had not had
time, in the whole period, to inspect
the department books. There was
an agitation nguinst the olllce und it
would be abolislfed.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was in favor
of committing the bill, although
there was no other country in the
world wiiere such an ofllccr was sei
to watch the Cabinet. It would
look more like the thing if the Pie
mier exercised control over the other
Ministers. He had nothing but es
teem for the present incumbent, but
doubled the necessity of the olllce.
Noble Widemann would be
stroDgly against abolishing the of
fice, but would move for n commit
tee to report an amendment to the
Rep. Lucas gave, as one reason
why tho Auditor-General had not
had time for all his duties, the fact
that he had been 90 much engaged
in lawsuits with the late Minister of
tthe Interior. There was no need of
giving the bill to any committee,
but indefinitely postpone it now and
Noble Macfarlane agreed with No
ble Widemann in regard to the de
sirability of having the l.iw amend
ed. One amendment required was
to give the auditor power to ask the
Supreme Court for opinions, instead
of having to resort to wi its of man
damus. The attempt to do away
with this important officer of the
Government seemed to show a dis
position to break down the baniers
surrounding the treasury. The
ipiesent Auditor-Geneial was ap
pointed for his integrity and busi-
i ness ability, and tho late Ministry
resisted him in the performance of
i hia duty. The little pamphlet of the
1 introducer said the heads of de
partments weie all auditors, but
whoever heard of an accountant
being asked to audit his own ac
counts? Irregularities had occurred
in the departments which would
never have been discovered if those
in charge of them had alone the au
diting of the accounts. He second
ed the motion for indefinite post
ponement. ' The bill was indefinitely post
poned, and a motion to reconsider
the vote was lost.
Second reading of a bill to amend
the tax law." Read by title and ie
fcrrcd lo finance committee.
Second reading of bill to provide
for a police justice for tho District
Second reading of "bill to provido
fofpolice justices for all districts of
the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Both latter referred to select com
mittee on ihat subject. s
Second reading of bill to regulate
tho receipt, storage, and delivery of
spirituous liquors in the bonded
warehouses in this kingdom. Read
by title and refened lo the com
Second reading of bill providing
for the appointment of a district ma
gistrate forKnlaupapaand Knhiwan,
Molokai. Read by title and refened
to select comraittcee on polico jus
Second reading of bill to amend
Chap, 7 of the Penal Code, relating
to murder. Read by title and re
ferred to judiciary committe.
The President, on a motion to ad
journ being made, appointed the
On Wailuku Waterworks MessrB.
Walbridgo, Cornwell, Cummings,
Rico, and Spencer.
On road board abolition bill
Messrs. Brown, Wldeuiauti, White,
Rickard, and Bush.
Noblo Burchardt auked for leave
of absence tho remainder of thu sua
Tho House adjourned ut 8i!8,
i'AHTUUK fur IIOKHISH,
rVW iiiiili'ihlin'il I piDiMiinl in lnl.it
I. Iinidi'n nn jiiwiuiu ut I'alnhi,
Will Rtantl for n "hoit time nt
GreoiiQeld Stables, Kuplo'lani Park.
Dukg SfKNoru Is ii daik bnv. 4 veai
ouHsliimfe llijg lumls high I'kluil and
By Dnke of Norfolk,
1st dam Lou Spencer by Xoitolk
-nil ilitui Bulhrhiii...hy Imp iinlrowtile
3idil.ini Ueiiulc Pni tow
by imp. Shainiock
4th dam Ida by linp. Bulihuzznr
Ctli (linn Madam Boslcy (Gumma's
Dam) by Mr Ktclmrd
Oth dam Nancy Xlchol.. .by imp. Eagle
7lli dura Hot. Uosluy
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
9th dam by Imp. Steillng
tilth (lam by O'lodlus
11 th dam by imp. Sllvereje
12th dam by Imp. Jolly Kouer
lathdiun by imp. Paitiici'
Hlh dam by Imp. Monkey
15tli ilmii imp. male f i oin the stud of
ilimisou, of ISiutidou
KS Uest of cam taken with animals.
In uise of accident no lespon-iblllty
will be assumed.
W. II. KICK Alt n,
022 tf Ilnnokiin, Hawaii.
ft Miff & CO,
Wm. G. Ii win. . Pioildent itMaiingei
Clans Sprocket Vice-Piesldent
Walter M.Q iff aid
" Secretary & Treason er
Theo. 0. Poi ter Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Of Hnn FrnnrtHCO. Cal.
leyWm. G. liwin & Co., (L'd) Jiave
assumed the assets and liabilities of the
latellnn of Win. G. liwiu ie Co., and
will continue the general busiuess
foimeily caulcdon bv that house.
IS hereby given to all peisnns that at
a meeting of the shau holders of
Wm. G. IrwFn & Co, (L'd), held on
theillstday of July, 1890, it was voted
to accept the Charter of Ineoi poration
dated July 24, 1810, and giauted to
them and theii associates and MiecessotR
under the corpoiate name and style of
Wm. G. Irwin &. Co., Limited.
And that tho Corporation under said
Cluii ter was duly oiganized, and elected
the follow lu; immcrl olliceis, viz:
Piesldent & Manager
William G. Iiwin,
Vlce-Piesideiit . . .Clans Spieckola,
SocreUu v & Ticisurur
W. Jl G.ff.-ud,
Auditor T. C. Poiter.
Notice is ab-ojjiipii tint, pui'iiantto
tlm teinis of s.iid Ch.uter, no stock
holder shall be individually liable for
the debts of tho Corpoiation, beyond
the amount which shall bo due lifon
the share or shai.-s ownej or held by
himself. W. M. GIFKAltl),
becictary Win. . Irwin & Co , L'd.
A Cure for Influenza !
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of tho best remedies
everpiepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and a great lelief to
whoopiug cough and throat affection.
Ask for or Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
HOLLISTER & CO'S.,
And UKNsON, SMITH & cO'S.
I Und your "('berry Coidlal" the best
medicine we have ever used fur coughs
colds and lung tiouble All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, ( liineseaud J:iiiue"i'
will use no oilier 1 use noihing else in
my own family. Youis ti nlv,
Manager Kobala biigar Co.
We have sold a huge quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at om plantation
stoie, both at Kealiu and Kanaa, and
can cheerfully leuiiiumuid it for hion
Veiy lespectfully youis,
GKO E. PA1RC11ILI),
COS tf Tiuaurer ilakio Sugar Co.
A. R. Rowat, Veterinary Surgeon,
GiadiitttoMifllll College, Mont
Resilience! Hotel utieot, opposlto
Offices Attliu Hawaiian Hotel Sta
Itlej, ter a'oiopUouo No, :jo -m
N, Ibriist-plintB nnnnilnoiliitlniiB for
pniltmia at thu Hawaiian ou) ftiiililta,
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NO. 77 FORT
First Annual Cash. Clearance Sale I
Comma icing rvl md y Aug. 18 h. for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Di partments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22 .unJs for .fl.
Ginghntii, 10 and 12 yards for $1.
Sateens, 7 yaids for 91.
T.ililr Much, Xapkhis, ToncIm. SliputingH, Klc, Klc,
Liulieh'ifc Children's Hosiery Hand
Kinbioidcries Glovef, Mitt, Bib
B. P. EHLEBS & CO.
J0 FOUT S'K,Jfi!3,X,.
HAVK JUST KBCKIVBI) A VEKY LAH0E ABSOKTMJINl Or
Dressed '& Undressed Kid Gloves
CUMINS IK LiCB. SGRIM, MAHHA8 k ANTIQUE
In Great Vniioty. Now Goods in all Departments.
Our DrcsHin.tkiiin Denartmont
CLAKK will bo re-opened about May
Wm. G. Irwin & Company,
Ol'FEJl FOK SALK
Lime Sc OesimeMt-,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Stoam Pips Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OHDANDT 3
High Grade Comical Cane Manure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
" aufi 29-90-ly
P. -AND B.
Paints & CompiniuS
PATENT IDEAL ROOFING,
And SHEATHING PAPERS.
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.,
Wm. G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
No. 2 P. & B. Paint is especially adapt
ed for biidge work (wood or lion) and
sinoke.-tiu ks, and has been used for
tliese purposes at Paauhait for the past
four years, giving gieat satlfcfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for any wood or timber used under
giouiid or suDinoiged, being a protec
tion agiihixt all marine pui unites or
water, ulso for foundation timbers.
Ided Roof Pa'nt. Color: Red. Prnwn
nnd Dlaek Is the b at In thomaikot
for Iron, tin or shingle toofs.
P & B. Fl-c'rloal Comniund. Thl ar
ticle for affoi ding poifect Iimijuilon Is
without antqual and has obtained le
cogultlon by thu ImgcPt electilo light
companies and maiiuiactuier ol insu
Idoa' Rooflina & Siding. Colors : Brown
or Illack. Adapted for sleep or Hat
roofs. Can bo laid by uiijono without
tSJ" All tho above articles are abso
lutely tasteless and odcike aud con
tain uo coal tar.
t For clieuliirs or other lufornia
tlou apply to the Agents. Oil tf
A NATURAL Mineral Wutcr, For
mu only by
Hole AgiMit A lniiorter fm the lu
wiilluu UliilMk Ml If
k enro if
Black Cashmeres mid Merinos, -lOn
yard and upwards
Colored Wool Dicks Good, 10c ynid
Lucck, Ladies' Chemise, Skirls,
Special bargains in Black Luce
under thn niiiiniL-enn'iii. f Mihs
From Son Francisco.
Leave Due at
. , S. F. Honolulu
Alameda Sept 20 Sept 27
MuripiKi Oct 18 Oct 25
KeulHndia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Due at
, , ' Sydney Honolulu
Zealundia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29 Nov 15
Miuiposa Nov 26 Dec 13
Zeiilaiidia Dec 24..-. .Jan 10
Intermediate S. S Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday . . Sept 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . .Nov 7
Friday. ..Doc 5
Friday . . Sept 26
Friday. . . Oct 24
Friday... Nov 2i
Friday. ..Dec 18
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The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, Mil
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Sept. 20, 1890.
And will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, havinir SU.
PEKIOB ICCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and line Al steel BteMnahtp.
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wilj
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Sept. 27, 1890.
And will have piompt dispatch with
uiullb and pabsengers for the above porta.
For freight or passage, having SU
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