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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, September 06, 1876, Image 2

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BY HTnoum
Ft Ft Br i.vtb th King arid th IrsgraUtir
n ! 't the unwaitan Island! is th Lejislatorr
t tkn liiafa-aa aeea.b:ed :
TWl la M tauter f FniiK ! and be if brrrbv
lum tr. pav mi of lb PbI.Iis Trrarary the urn
f Twwa.tr Tb.aaaBd I'ullavs (SJO.WM) ,, g-r-od aud
bbsIV . for ibr rmrise of dfrwying and
ii', i - : Hi- V!a..:t ihi King Hi' npr-i-MOftl
br bias sarin; hi bite viit to the Lulled
)tva af Aaeerir. lor tbe -ar'0 nf .-r..uio.i&r; Ibe
Hat mt this Kate) i procariBg the jajaage i f
ba T Fa " . o! Raeil reif r .
jfplinO tan lat da f t-rptaober, A. V. 1876.
The rradiiicss with wliii litlic I-cpslstrire lias
I malic provisi'infor a Minister 10 reside ul Wanh-
inpton. to represent tins government there, indi
cate that the supination has met with favor.
Tnclcr the coiniiieri-ifil convention now estab
lished bxl.eeu the two countries, the support
of a diplomatic representative at Washington
becomes a necessity, vliicli will continue as
long as this convention remains in force,
which, we hope, may be till the clone of this
century, at least.
. Ik. ef T
Willi lb- oroi iOoik.
. it5.. a utrablr rnclOMir. will be
BOnaR for t lie linn .un.llng ofestria
unadnni i b Ike iwoililoai olSer
fel nt rh tm Oad.. 1 bare appointed fi. Kekopuno
r fut th- ihoiTfisml Pound II the dlitni ;
Ann laau-d of ll...
kit! t.nrc-rTuir i f lift" :,
Jalr 21. 117. tOTJl
Cetteiuual Letter So. 3.
Caicaeo, Joly ?5, 1S7S.
IHia iiitmt:-H bn t latt letter watHoisbed
I 4Vra awl ! it. ta pea another frava tbii place, but I
kirr keac. detained. and bar thereby cn laucb ttiore
IkM.i. ud learned to gel round a little mure in
ateaaaatly. Tk Elpoeitioc in Philadelphia cau wait
ran kwfm. and or friends tber write "Jnly if o
est, do wait if 50a can," so I hart Dot tuibed it.
Alii: - .. : r c :tic Dlaii, 1 tiia.I Lo
to ffUler at tke ebow at first aud du it mure deliber.
Mi later. )mj baa beca a very comfortable mustii
ii.:.!pc ? : ni.re than ha'f a duteo days of ef
Tk awarueee uf tbe city to Lake AI ich i-
fire at aotaeibinf akin tu tbe laud and aea
i of fucr i llawau. aad only once or twice Lave
an land aa aeytaewsite night. Then tbe abundance
sal ajajra, daliriiai tasi of tbe cite water whieb if
I Bfi dary frota tbe depths of Lake Michigan
The public will readily endorse tbe action
j of the Legislature to assume and pay the ex-
penses incurred by the King on his visit to
I Washington in 1874. which has amounted, in
l eluding interest, to 820,000. Every one will
: concede that without the royal visit, the effort
' to get this treaty, like each previous effort,
, would have been a forlorn hope. The opposi
; tion to the treaty ha been greater during the
past two years than it ever met before ; and
nothing but the good will created by the royal
progress through America brought the masses
and the press to regard Hawaii with such
friendliness as to secure its final ratification.
' The only mistake made was that King Kala
! kaua did nof. extend his tour through the
Southern States. Had he done so, there might
, have Iwen less opposition to the treaty from
that Bource : for Southerners are of all Ameri
cans most noted for their hospitality, polite
; uesc and gallantry.
The subject of irrigation, which has been
brought up before the Legislature, is one that
will every year become more important, and it :
ought not to be hastily acted on. Legislation i
aad etruikwaad ail oewr tk baildmgf howartr lofty, is required on it, but government ought to
c be ceded, as had been proposed under the
previous reign, he added," shotild, however,
that friendly Power hereafter consider a com
mercial treaty to be for its interest, my gov
ernment will not fail to open negotiations to
this end."
In a conversation which took place about
this date between Judge Allen and the publish
er of this paper, regarding the propriety of re
newing our efforts to obtain a reciprocity treaty,
the suggestion was made by the latter that a
visit of the King anil (Jueen to the United
States would materially help securing such a
treaty, and the gn utl was taken that it was
useless to make another attempt, unless some
demonstration were made which would attract
public attention to Hawaii, and nothing seemed
so likely to accomplish the object as a royal
On the 22d of June, His Majesty sent a mes
sage to the Legislature, requesting that body
to make the necessary provision for the nego
tiation of a treaty with the United States. The
matter had been already fully discussed in the
Privy Council, and received general approval.
The Gazette, referring to this message, said
that all will utiite and aid in seeking to make
the effort to secure a treaty a success. In a
later issue this paper suggested that the King
himself go to Washington, and published the
following relating to this project :
"Now appears to be t lie gulden opportunity for
Hawaii o sarin another earnest and vigorous ffm
to et'care tbe coveted boon. No Imlf way tncaturee
arr. wanted, and no men to entioecr it 7bo cannot
pot tbadr arhcrie a iulf Into tin- rflbfl, determined to
Berate It. It, in nddiiow. Hi M'ijrtycan bt induced
to head an en.bavy t Yanftinytui . ll rmirlit create an
eclat, winch, we arc coifldciii, would crow the
undertaking with aucceaf And t" Ibis prnp.iMil all
the people will aay Amen."
"8 neb an ewbaafj would have dignity and receive
eovrtea and consideration aucb aa none other could.
It Would Saw enable Hie MajeatJ to sec and learn a
multitude ol thinga thai would be ol imiueoi-e value
tii blia people, while it would enable the eutlmrilica
:ind"pe-p!e ol tbe United Sluice to see and know
what manner df monarch aOeefTri tlieae Iflandf :
that be is a courteous gentleman of refinement and
not uier. ly the ehiet of a tribe ol snvagof.aa mat y in
loieign part imagine Ha waiiiina etill arc. It would
also Mat! greatly in placing the need and wants ol
ini- Kingdom in a proper light abroad. By all
means lit il be done
This suggestion met with universal favor,
and nothing remained but to arrange the de-
. :et make yutt glad of a warm d y to ea
Jary tkaaa tc tk fall. And each ice cream, not tbe
freweei aaaaaad of tk ialaada made of mean akimmilk
(aa) tempted lv ray watered at that., and thick.
i aw flaar. lint tbe geuuioe article made
:ro. cra
ami :.. kH
the water, as is the case in some places. If j
government can be induced to take the lead j
and carry forward the irrigation projects j
needed, there can be no doubt that this might i
become a profitable source of revenue. The
time will very sooti come when the water in j
the streams on Hawaii, Maui, Ouhu and Kauai j
will all be required for irrigation ; aud after ;
the Bat attempt has demonstrated how readi- i
ly it can lie turned off onto arable plateaus, j
now waste, and what rich crops may le pro
duced by utilizing this neglected source of
wealth, its vuluc will be realized. The gov-
tk partf. c that tber ail) be a continuous drive of eminent should retain its water rights, pro-
, vided it will undertake the needed improve
ments, and add to its revenue; otherwise, it
should let those undertake the work who are
willing to enter the field. But there are cer
tain questions of right of way which should
be settled by law, adopting perhaps the regu
lations which govern the projectors of rail
roads, canals and irrigating flumes, in the
eya.Hk aad tbe dciicate whites of egef.
, n.uoiti i aitl. strawberry, that alien
Tea bare a deascrt lal Clled with pink and white.
em aa;ree witk tbe l'--y who takea bi brat tasta
f tk laaairy and ealj it "cold candy." On such
aaaaaaar days aa tbeee oue t.j yi to the full the pleas
a of excursion. io one of the many beautiful parka
abark ar Laid oat in Chicago. Aud the plan of the
all aaatborilie la te connect all these parka in tbe
coaiw af time ky knaleearda cultivated as highly as
kaaa'y wkea all eumpletedof uier thirty miiea aruund
tk awlira eny . Tbe laaaicvavdi aoicu are eompleted
aa tke aortk aide are already celebrated, and make
aa of tke aigbts citizens delight to show their
aire tiger guests .
2 pa-sed one delightful day in an excursion to tbe
"V ar Worka and Lincoln para. Tbe Water Works
are on of the carioe:ties of Cbieagu. There are two
btial.nga, massive stun structures constructed both
lareuwngth and beauty. The one noarest i be lake United States and Europe, where lands re-
::.:.: I. .el i - slasm el hi - . t a H a fck
ala tsakftaat1! at work nigbt ar.d day pumping the
aajlaar af tb lake from a distance two miles out and
- - it u sec :. : tuilding a leu r.id- Ui--
taat wtocb is called tbe Tower aad ia over 150 feet
kifk. Tb water bating been pumped up to this
kagkt ia aaaia kfaagkt down to be distributed all over
tke fjiry ta. tke taps of the very highest buildings.
quired for these purprses are condemned, sub
ject to a valuation fixed by arbitrators.
1 '
Is view of the prospective vacancy in the
Supreme Bench, it becomes a matter of con
cern to the public how the vacancy shall be
filled. There is not a man, woman or child in
roar i a winding "a ires a in this tewer to the top. j tlle Kingdom but possesses a deep interest in
aU us .sew. on a ciear day from the tower ia ordi- the coni,OBj,ion of this high and ultimate tri
r.r. v cm. Cbicagy. 1 ll I III for strangers ; whogc integrity is dependent the
Mm tb dav we visited it, the atmosphere was so ,
, ansej i r .s. u permanency of the rghts of uersons and prop-
keary taat it bardly aeemed aa if the views would re- ! ft
r.g climb, so we contented ourselves "V- "" legislators may arroganny
i ponder.ma cnginea with their com- Ix-ast that they are superior to the Supreme
Court and the Constitution, but the simple
truth remains the same, that the Legislative
Assembly must bow to the Constitution as in
terpreted by the Supreme Court, or the nation
must forfeit its autonomy. The Constitution
may be the bulwark of our liberties, but the
Supreme Court is the cement which binds the
bulwark together, and without which it would
crumble like dry sand. This being the case,
t.ng every part with a practised eye as readily i ;t behooves us to be watchful and alert, and US
uiy d bet sewing machine. As I have al- uge every influence to prevent aiiv elements of
tated. tb-r mm four of ,h.ac maehin. o that infcriority or unreliabiitj. from" crcCpi,,o; j,
- . and thereby enaancenm: the national existence
.inj vti. Two arc ftt ret aca carefuuv UM ...
kim two me. in ssfseration. It wa, becau'se these 'nniniiig the foandations of society it
gstaak fii from flying brands and were dc- self- In the event of the resignation of Chief
I dating tk early part of the great fire, thui j Justice Allen, a man should lie appointed to
ter u ply. that that bietorical fite take his place who is possessed of legal cxpe-
Th new buildinga are riencc and wisdom, who is no demagogue, f nd
wlnoe past career has shown him to lie above
all chicanery and subterfuge. A man of inde
pendence, of talent and of sterling- honesty.
And such a man is Alfbed S. Habtwkll,
the late First Associate Justice of the Supremo
faaaamd machinery .kept so perfectly clean by watch
ing guardians as they motel tbeir aolemn majestic i
gait niub regular and almost silent pulaatiouf. Tbe
tc,ia$ wub which one walcbes these great eugines so
maaaive aad complicated yet ao completely uudercoo
trcl. aaakena a le.ling akin to awe. You fancy that
tkey are living breathing creaturef and altuoat forget
that tk aowl tbat manages them ia the quiet man who
Va a. c usunty round si., round every r. w and
tkae loechiog occasionally a point with an oil tube
aa a genuio iusury. Tbe choicest of ice cream aud j jealously guard its own rights, where it owns ' tails, which, of couise, would take timo. The
King's Cabinet heartily approved the measure
from the start, and no one hast lain red more
earnestly or failhfullv to secure it than the
Minister of Foreign Affairs. In the meanwhile,
Judge Allen was appointed Envoy Extraor
dinary to Washington, and Hon. II. A. P. Carter,
special commissioner, both jointly charged
with the work of n gotiation of the proposed
treaty. They sailed for Washington on the
16th of October, 1874.
The King, ace iiupanied with their Excellen
cies, Henry A. Pierce, Governors Uomiiiis and
Kapena, embarked on the 17th of November
in the U. S. war steamer Beni&o, Capt. Hop
kins. The story of his arrival and reception
at Sail Francisco, of his progress overland to
Washington, thence to New York, Boston and
other cities, is familiar to our renders and need
not be rehearsed hero. Ho arrived here, on
his return from America, on the lath of Feb
ruary, the flagship Pnmmpla, Admiral Almy,
having been hbseut a little less than three
The object of the King's visit was not only
to gratify his desire to tee the progress and
civilization made by America, but to enlist the
sympathies of that powerful and progressive
government and people, in Hawaii, to draw
their attention to us, in order that the treaty
might be viewed by the people with more fa
vor and be more likely to succeed. As we
look back on the record ol the past two years,
we consider this royal tour as having had more
influence in opening the way for a successful
negotiation of the treaty than all other efforts
combined. There is something in the human
breast which prompts men to do a kind deed
for a guest which they will never do for those
who have nut honored them with a visit, nor
shown that they deserved the favor which is
sought. Had the Ki'ig not gi.no to Aiuerica(
we should never have secured this treaty.
After the departure of the King from Wash
ington, Messrs. Allen and Carter succeeded in
negotiating with Secretary Fish the details of
a convention which admits into the United
State3 all unrefined Hawaiian sugars, syrups,
melado, molasses and rice the staple products
of this group. Few had expected BO great a
concession from that government, and it must
be acknowledged by every one conversant with
the negotiation, that the terms on which it
was framed; were chiefly secured through the
skill and firmness of Mr. Carter, who through
out the preliminary conferences as well as in
the warm debates which took place in the Sen
ate in March 1875. insisted on these terms or
nothing. Both Judge Allen and Mr. Carter
remained at Washington during the entire ses
sion of Congress, but the pressurcof national and
political questions led to its postponement till
the extra session which was called March 4th,
when the treaty was brought up, warmly de
bated, and after having received some unim
portant amendments, finally passed on the 18th
of March by a vote of 51 in its favor to 12
against. The news reached here on the 8th of
April, and was tlte source of great demonstra
tions of joy, as its final success was considered
as certain.
By the terms of the treaty it became neces
essary for the House of Representatives to ap
prove of it, by passing an Act to exempt Ha
waiian produce, as provided for in the treaty.
The fact that a material change had taken
place in the complexion of the House, and that
the Democratic party now held a large majority
in that body, created sonic fears lest the treaty
might not be approved. Judge Allen again
went to Washington in November last to aid in
securing its approval and final ratification.
After many delays, the bill approving of the
measure passed the House on the 8th of May,
by a vote of US to 101. To Congressmen
Luttrell of California and Fernando Wood of
New York, we are specially indebted for this
success, as they labored with untiriLg zeal in
its behalf.
The treaty then went to the Senate, where it
was supposed it would meet with little or no
opposition, as it had been fully discussed in
all its political and commercial bearings.
However, the sugar and rice interests of the
Southern States havingbecome alarmed by ex
aggerated reports of the capabilities of this
group to produce unlimited amounts of these ar
ticles, delegations were sent to Washington
bpw aa alaolutt ly fire proof as it is possible to mal e
tkaaa. Tber ia a fuonlaiu construct. d of lb old fiic
rums between tb two buildings aa a memorial of
arkat ha petted in those eventful days, and it ia plan
aaad te elect each or similar worka in all the parks as
a earn-.: at ttat greit ifaatamafjaat fr.m a hub the
eiiy baa ao rapidly recovered.
Luseoic pari ia one of tbe oldest in the city and ia
a keaatsfal am at. A portion of it ia aa yet wholly un
ampaed, bat tbe finished part is a marvel ot beauty.
Watting patka amidst groves of tree open np beau
tsae on every band. There ia an artificial lake on
which p.easar boats are constantly out with merry
fartte Buvd fr any length of titn desired, thai is
L:-e: tte .,0,0 of tt t -r. nu. 1 trie.-, p.irtie-Ciime
bare dai y te tke grounds and eitemporue picnics,
to mi carry tbaar croq.net aeta and have a nice game
tk eommoc, fur there are aome grassy spots marked
aa, tkesifb ia many places it is " keep off tb grass."
Th I ski rlanttd in Leda and fi cures all tbruacb
to, rwaros are gorgeous ana ucauiuul tu Heboid
Court, whose official career of nearly six years
has demonstrated his ability and gained for
him the confidence of the whole nation. In
nominating him for this position we are but
giving expression to the sentiments of a large
majority ot this community, in heeding which
His Majesty will not fail to win popular sup
port and add strength to His government.
Tbe Beciproclly Treaty and How II
tvua. SseesiresJ.
This Ircaty having been brought to a suc-
v.afnl ts.rn.iliuti.n l.v tpo. ootint. nf iVia ft.inr.la
" J
team I saw tke figures 1T76 lfTC, all planted in ! the 14tli ol August, in the passage of the
and anal are cauea r.no n teds are vert
1 re. are serpentine lines planted with tbe
arev t-.liage plants whieb are so common in liooululu,
kat tke eseVreet eu.ues are planted in lines and the
ask kaaaated wi'h fine effect to resemble a gay ra.u
kaw taw -aad nbkan (rowing in tke grass.
LatxcssTCa Cocktt, Pexx., Aug. Id. In this
keaalffi.1 farming tate. I close my later. I look
east mf aa a laxanaat apple orchard laden with frui.
aad tke ear.y harvest apple are diuf-piog an every
aawaa. at .e a at Uea tader with bait grown fftit al
aaseaa leaks ia at my window. Four day ago I waa
rfciritog over tk iron rail oa tb Chicago, Pittsburg
41 Feet w'at oe road and entering Pennaylrania over
tke i tegr.arv mountain. It woald take a painter's
pracii u portray lb scene of wondrous and exqui
aim beau iy tea: passed before my eye hour alter
kaar aa tkal celebrated root a tba train wound in
aad eat roaad aad round tboae wonderful bends in
tk acaaaataicf. Soamlimes for miles by bills wooded
the eemam;. with a beautiful etream windinat
rae ea then agaia past camlets and villages and
bill to make it operative, by a vote of 29 to 12,
and by the signature and proclamation of Presi
dent Graut, a brief lecord of the leading events
connected with it may not be amiss, and will
show to whom the credit is due for the suc
cess which has attended it, from its origin to
it final ratification.
During the Winter of 1873-4, Chief Justice
Allen, being in the United States, on leave of
absence, took occasion, in a private capaci
ty, to visit Washington and interview some
of the prominent officers of the government on
the question then being discussed and upper
most here the Peaii Biver scheme, in connec
tion with a reciprocity treaty between tbe two
countries. He found there much opposition
taa eatam tseatliag agaioat tbe mountain aide wbi e
tke kills war all caltirated t their summits with to the proposed scheme, for the reason tbat
arese keen, aad again crossing the famous Saddle i- . a c. . a a a. a
Clati while late ta the day the wonderful Uora ! tbc Culted Statos denied no such foreign ac
quisitions. He returned to Honolulu in April
1874, and soou after his return, the Gazette
tc aast-araJ wonder aome ol the famous views on tba 01 April J-', 18M. pUOBSUCd Hit- lollowmg:
iTmTlZ. t inland " Wc are 5"focd Chief Justice Allen, who
afja ef Iknuna most charmugtr amatlad against the lately returned lrom ushington, that the pub
kalla. kar-m ia aigbl. 1 tkoaabt. for a summer res.- , lir. sentiment there ia not arrive to rsv-i
d a panaramaul uncauaiied
drew tbe admiring gate of even the must in-
fceuery waa there which aeemed to equal
addressed that body on the subject and con
vinced it that no measure was more urgent than
this. The Senate yielded, and though its op
ponents resorted to every means to defeat it,
the final vote, taken on the 14 th of August, the
day before the adjournment of Congress, stood
29 in its favor to 12 against, thus securing
more than two-thirds majority on its final pas
sage. It seems to have escaned postponement
almost by a miracle, and only by the perse
vering efforts of its friends. lth at Washing
ton nnd in San Francisco, to all of whom Ha
waii acknowledges a debt of gratitude. Thus
has this treaty passed the House once and the
Senate twice, solely on its own merils and
without resorting to bribery, the only ex
pense attending it having been that of His
Majesty's trip to America and the cost incurred
in seudmg the treaty commissioners. Of the
service done by His Majesty, the San Fran
cisco Bullrtin made the following fitting com
ments :
If the Haw aiian Ktnc never doe another tblrg.
hit one eutei priav of securing a reclproeliy treuiy
with I Ills country will distinguish him Iroiu all hie
predecessors. He Was no sooner fairly settled In his
place Ulan tic Oegiill to work for the treaty. He went
about the buaioesa hi a sensible sort ..I way. corre
sponding Willi Intelligent business men, collecting
data, and patting his lads into dorUilie"l in a We
t, have the beat effect. Then he bad llie aod sense
to tulk the matter up. Instead ol retirirg oat of
eight, lie clioee to leave his own country and to pre
sent bit case in person. It was a good slroke of
policy to make known the Intention some lime In
advance. There was a Federal ship placed al bia
disposal, anu lie came unh just that degree of cir
cumstance and publicity which would beat promote ol corrrapnndin Wllh the constituency ol tbe Da-
Ministry, both Legislative Assembly and Iblfefiii
preme Court must boar. The King, hi MmrMry.
the Supreme ConrU this Assembly have no power
to touch tbe sacred word ol that instrument. No
law, no resolution, no action of Ibis House contra
ry to that Constitution can have an; effect. The
proudest act of Ibis House falls impotent to tbe
(round wben contrary to tbe Constitution.
The resolution asking for one hundred and
twenty dollar fur each of tke Represenutiri-s, to
my mind, was to clearly tincoustitu'itsnal tbat it
seemed as if tbe strr pic statement of the case wuittd
show it and no extended argument was entered
into. From the remaiks made by those who sup
ported the lesoluliun it uppeared (list there waa a
confusion ol mind concerning cxpendi'iires not
prohibited, and those directly ref Mat d by the Cun
siitulion. Il seems well therefore to enter into the
merits of the case.
The Constitution provide tbat the Legialature
shall meet every two years. Nothing is said ot
expenses. Tu clnim from '.but that nothing can be
allowed for expenses would so cripple I bt Assem
bly that il work could not be done, and Ibe Con
stitution would tail of lulttllraenl. Such construc
tion cannot be allowed, and ull necessary expenses
muat be cooaiitutioual. But it was urged tbat
resolutions allowing each member poetage stamps,
lunches, and that each member shall be supplied
with the printed laws of this Session, the uew vol
ume ot tbe Supreme Cuiirt leports era unconaiitti
tioDal ; but aa they all passed anil are allowed,
they jutiify this. Without entering into tbe merits
ol a sopbisiical aruumenl which tnukes a right out
of aeveral wrongs it will be sufficient to show that
even these matters do not stand un-lbe same basis
as this resolution, it may be claimed that (he
loaches buriy forward the sessiou and thereby
lessen general expensea. It may be claimed that
members who leave ul the close ot the session, who
are still members of tbe House and may be called
at any time to a special aesaion. us such may need
instruction and information for use as legislatora.
Il may very lairly be claimed that for ibe purpose
his ultimate purpose. His visit liad a national ctiar
acter. He wuit on change, talked viih merchaut
and men of political influence. In short he a., man
aged lhat wherever he ul lie melted down all an
tagonisms. Here was a Rloga and something more.
For, aside from this be was a clever business innr.
who knew ixrlly what he wauled and pushed for
that by the unit method in which il waa pcsiiblu tu
galu his point."
The LpsiMluture,
The Assembly has been in admirable tem
per the past week, accomplishing more actual
work than has been performed before in twice
the time. The work is not of the kind that will
show much upon the book of Session Laws, all
the better for this, for the business has con
sisted of ridding the " order of the day " of a
number of useless bills. On Wednesday a
resolution waa introduced by a select com
mittee, proposing to adjourn the Assembly
tine ( , nnd giving the Ministry the power
to make expenditures upon the basis of lliar-
tion. each member uught to be allowed a certain
number of stamps, thai currying on tbe public
business need not be at privute rxpens. Il may
be claimed lhat mileage is constilHlional. for with
out il the membera would be put to expense which
must be deducted lrom tbeir constitutional compen
sation of two bundled and filly dollars, bacb
member cau claim tbat lull amount. All such
. laims can be fairly made, mid a question honestly
raised. Tbe majority of constitutional writers
perhaps favor such construction. Peisonally. I
always have und always shall oppose such ex
penses as useless and uiiuulbnrizvd. except mileage.
But it must be observed lhat lor tbese mailers
nothing is said in ibe Constitution, while the reso
lution under discussion is clearly und distinctly iu
opposition to the explicit terms ot Article 50.
Article 15 declares that no public money shall be
expended without tbe sanction of the Legislative
Assembly, except in time ot special emergency, by
authority of the Kiug in Privy Council. It has
been argued that the converse of this is true, that
w ith such sanction any money may be appropriat
ed for any purpose. But the whole insliuuieni
must be read together. Whatever can be done by
ituplicaliun under Article 15 must be strictly in
ccorilitnce Willi any special restriction elsewhere
. . . i I 'I I ll. ci'iinm o nun. it. tide ' ..u.iuea tout me
Appropriation Act of 16( 1, excepting siiclrc,,n n.,atioi, 1 the It- -preseiitiitives m.iy be regu-
items as may have been stricken out or modi
fied by the action of the present Assembly.
This resolution occupied the attention of the
Assembly the greater part of the day and was
finally indefinitely postponed.
On Thursday a bill changing the conditions
under which auction licenses may issue pass
ed on its second reading. The Minister may
issue an taction license to any person paying
5000 for the same, and entering into a bond to
pay into the Treasury not less than one-half
of one percent, of proceeds of sabs. We be
lieve lhat this change refers only to licenses
issued for this island.
A bill to protect forests also passed on its
third reading.
On Friday the bill repealing the Poll Tax
passed its third reading by a large majority.
The Ministers were divided in their counsels
on this Act. The Minister ol the Interior
voted in favor of the bill, the only one of the
Cabinet who has been consistent iu his course
on the several readings of the Act. The Hon.
Mr. Aholo intimated that if the bill did not
pass, the representatives would not vote in
favor of the several revenue bills which the
Ministry had introduced.
On Saturday the Assembly discussed the
KwtkO't newspaper in a most complimentary
manner. It would seem from the discussion
that a writer for that paper had referred to
the members as an assemblage of "empty
heads " who were led like fish with " silver
hooks in their jaws." The debate was cut
short by a call for the " order of the day."
But on Tuesday the ire of the members burst
forth in a resolution presented by the Hon.
Mr. Kalaukoa setting forth that the Kunko'i
in its issues of August 26 and September 2 had
held the Assembly up to the contempt and
ridicule of the public and ordered the Scr-geant-at-Arms
of the Assembly to arrest the
Publisher, H. M. Whitney, and the Assistant
Editor, J. U. Kawaintii, and imprison them
for thirty days. The Hon. member then pro
ceeded in a strain that would justify the use
of most any epithet or epithets, if it were not
for the waste of ink and space that would fol
low. The resolution was afterwards modified
to bring the Editors to the bar of the Assem
bly, and so far ns wo have heard the matter
ended here, by indefinite postponement.
On Monday a large number of bills came be
fore the Assembly and some two or three
passed on their third reading, among them
the auction license bill. The bill preserving cer -tain
birds for the use of His Majesty, and the
one granting pensions for military service,
went to the wall, very properly.
On Tuesday the Currency bill was the prin
cipal matter under consideration. The
thoughts of most of the members upi n this
subject were somewhat crude, perhaps not
more so than the ideas of American inflationists.
In the afternoon, the bill to provide a new
Steamer for the coasting service was taken up,
and several speeches made on it, the main
point of diiTerence between the speakers being
as to whether the government should build
and run the boat, or accept a contract from
private parties to do the service. The discus
sion will continue to-day.
The Appropriation Bill has been engrossed
and is ready to be presented on its final read
ing, when it will probably receive some im
portant amendments.
roe, foe; K its suet wre unnvanea. tven HU ; as ... I -
day .orb, faded and night dropped bar eortaio on tb I rocity treaty with these islands, tmd tbe be- I from various States, to secure its defeat, aud
. tke views of baas.tr lasted, bat tbc meat roman-
is atJ passed bet re dark. I advise all
I laari-ts oarjing tku way to take tk Pan nay 1-
Kvwty aaa ksar
far aaa visit, aad many for
: to tk Centennial at raart
reral successive davf.
mut mm tall of tb aoudera aad beauties of the how.
Tk aitvaraal vera'. Is, it fa mgn.fiut. and evi-rr
snath seams ta aad to its laaaaty aad extent, o tb
arkaaat ia tk Fall an a likely to an tke best aa any
af war paaaastsaraat at tk akow.
Baajsnn sty aaast aattaar may portray Centennial
vkTsara. I avksat wstk aa Alofca a. a. c.
lief is general that it would require no very j
great effort to secure a moderate treaty, provi
ded it was framed iu such a way as to enlist
tbe unanimous support of the Pacific Coast
delegation in Congress."
At tbe opening of the Legislature on the 30th
ol the same month, King Kalakaua referred to
k tieaty in his address. After stating that
no territory should under any circumsUin-
labored with such unremitting zeal, that for a
time the treaty seemed doomed to defeat or to
a postponement till next session of Congress.
Its friends in San Francisco, seeing this fate
thr-atening it, roused themselves and sent a
petition to tbe Senate urging immediate action
as an imperative necessity. This telegram,
wben presented to the Senate secured the de
sired action, and Senators Sargent and Mitchell
Remarks of the Attorney General
Against BKsoumo.v or Tutl Hon Mn. Pimpo. Aro.
as Expexsks or tub Session.''
Mr. President : lam glad tbat this resolution
has been introduced, it gives ibis House ibe op
portunity ol reversing Its acti n on the res dulioo
..I last Saturday. Il can not be thkt a single mem
ber of this Assembly voted dishonestly at tbat
time. Many of them must have been mistaken ;
one at least has intimaied as much. Tbe A a.
bly is mistaken in regarding Ibe resolution signed
by His Majesty, as allowing in any m inner, tn.it
ciause of tbe lorin. r resolution a bicb this House
vuled down a unconstitutional. The resolution
ai-siug fur a7,ouu was unconstitutional because if
proposed to tot - il-U lo each ol Ibe Iwniy-serea
Sepiesent.itives in the House. The resolution ask
ing lor 8G 5tu omitted that clause. It was simply
lor tbe additional expenses of this session. The
difference took lrom tbe secoud the stigma ol un
constitutionality. Tbe honorable member for North Kona. who has
just taken bis seat, nrges that under heaven there
is but one power over this couoiry, thai IS tbis As
sembly. I be Legislature, be says, is higher than
the Kini. higher than the Supreme Court, bibber
than the Ministry; nothing can control its action,
its voice is law. No. Mr President, the honorable
gentleman is mistaken ; there is one power in tbe
nation higher than tbe Kiog, than this Aasembly,
than tbe Supreme Court. Tbat power. thai au
thority is lbs Consuiuiioa. To it both King and
laled by law. but shall not in uuy case exceed two
bundled und lilty dollars for eacu session. That is
t fit- etimpensatl.B now allowed by law. The same
Article alto provides thai Do law increasing such
eompensation shall take effect during ibe MSStbfl
of its paannjjrm No terms could be more explicit
than these, yet it is proposed to pay one hundred
dollars over the two bundled nnd liliy dollars al
leuily paid to each member. Much sophistry bas
been atted to show that this is not iticieased com
pensation, simply a loud lo relieve the distress ot
the members already kepi here loo long. Hut no
reasoning can cover the real intent which is sim
ply to pity membeis tth-i have already received
their full constiiii'ional compensation, the u.ldi
lional sum ol one buudted dollars eaeb. This res
olution is so cleaily contrary to the Constitution
thai it tills me with surprise that so many honora
ble members can mistake. No aigiimeni can con
vince me that I am wrong. No aiguuieutought to
be received by the twenty-three who voted in luvor
of this measure, to show lhat this As-cinbly has
any power to -role untitling of ibis kind.' If this
can lie done there can be no bounds to ibe power
of this House. If ihey can vole one hundred dol
lars spieee, Ike can us well aud us lightly vote
live hundred, or they can appropriate every dollar
in the treasury lo their private use.
The Hon. Mr. Pilipo claims that this is a ques
tion between the Legislative Assembly mid the
lour Ministers, that ihe House exercising its rlghl
lul luncliwiis is opposed by a Ministry inn ihieotis
ly und uiek.-.lly. lie urges his fellow inenibers to
stand by their action that the Assembly may vin
dlcate its high character and " nol be beaten by
those loitr men." Th:s session opened with many
piotestuti'ius of desire for lefuim of ea: nest pur
pose, of tlie honorable member as well us of others,
to economize, to protect Ihe public money lor the
people. We now witness the strange speelacle-ol
the Ministry struggling to protect tti.it money fiom
the iinuotho: ized and lawless attempts ol these
very Representatives to take ihe public funds for
their personal use.
Mr. President, the Hon. Mr. Pilipo beggars this
question, be fails to rise In its height. He calls it
a difference between the Ministry und the House.
Never since a consii mi .n wus given to this nation
was so i in poi 1 1 n I n question presented. Before its
solemnity and dignity King and Ministers. Nobles
and R-preseniaitves sink fiom sight. I desire to
repent my warnings of last Saturday. The one
hundred dollars to euch member, the twenty-seven
hundred dollars to ull. is lost lrom sight in tbe
grand proportions of the matter before this Assem
bly. In nipple language the question becomes,
Is Hawaii aid- to sustain constitutional govern
ment? Is Representation a failure wiih this peo
ple?" . 4Ve stand to-day before a nation anxiously
awaiting ihe answer to be made. Shall we by our
vole declare that we will deliberately trample un
der foot the sacred guarantee of popular right and
heedom. Nay. we stand before a larger u-sembly.
we are to-day atruigned before an expectant
world. II we cast from our doors this haled phan
tom of evil, this grim shadow, behind which Btasuls
unlimited evil for Hawaii, death to our national in
dependence, ire aie vindicated, we shall declare
that yet Hawaii respects itself, that yet we may
call ours a constitutional government. II we re
Cite and stand by this mistaken step. I see before
us swilt and sure national death. To day we aland
honored und respected before the world, though
weak in numbeis, for we have sacredly regarded
and fullllled our guarantees. Then shall we fall
from our proud position and stand among Ibe
laithless. Many years may elapse betore we are
I blotted from the list ol nulions. but till that day
we shall be numbered with tbal sntVlist of powers
who have lost Ibe world's respect because tbey
have failed in the most needful qualities of a gov
ernment Il we pass this measure we shall deserve
as we shall receive ihe lusting contempt of the Ha
waiian people. Again do I most solemnly warn
lids Assembly, most earnestly implore them, by all
Ihey hold sacred, lo reconsider the hasty and mis
taken vole ot SatHrday and stand again before the
nation aitb u reputatiun UDsullied by Ibis dark
Australia and New Zealand Line
Tim spi.r.xDin steamship
rp.RKICS, t'onaraauder.
On or about Sept. 12th.
For freight ud fasaage, or any further information,
apply hi IT) 11. HACXFE1.D I O , A
1 1 w iii t a.
Si i it i n y ' i i " r o r r . . k
IANDS. Ia Prohate. IaVanat
In the aaafter of tlta af Jaiai 1 f
H.i a. Msal. 'tee. a
bate uf will and 'ilrretn c puM jmt t
A il.w-omen-. pariaamaa a
ant of Joe. Howe. I
Anaue. A. la IS7S, SMS
an.i a pitman rnr n- r
of letl-ia teaua.-iitarv to Al'OSwT KMA. af tsaaaa. Is
land nf Mini, having nrn die) ay atM Aa faSka
l as hs-eels.T oedev-d. tkaa SHJUA Y. OS- a aaa af
KPI I.HBtll. .. Ii. ;. Bt i a'etara. . at.af a.l 4. .
art roiMn of sail i own. al aw rman afswa. a
tae -mm
oaaajaa-riw. m uwaj
nt. thai aj- IfVfhaf gSaaa T
.nerttajve . ta ' M laaat a
aaaaiaa aea aas
a ft-s a a
Australia , nd New Zealand Line
CAYABLY, fommaailsr,
W 111 Lioavo Honolulu,
.. NMaSSSl -..
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Connecting at Kan dav a with Company's Meaner for
AUCKLAND, IS. Z., PuKTi llALMt.K, and Lntermedtate
On or about the 19th of Sept.
For Freight and Pwsrttt?, and further information, Mpply
to ;j3j H. IIACKKELI) t CO.. Areoi.
HAM II V.VF. ill: MA.VI tK.
September 11. Monday. 5 p.m Kona,
returiiliiff KrMay. p. it.)
September 19, Monday, 4 p. M- -C ircuit of Kauai
Itourhlnjri first ut Nawiilnrlll, returning to lionolan.
KrtilHj. a. H.)
September tt, Monday, I p.m.... ...Htlo,
(returning Friday, r. M.)
more C'irrnit TrJim until further not In.
On all Windward Trips the Mramer will leave her wharf
at j ; all trip, to Kanai, wt:l leave at 4 r m. On duwn
trtp the $tumer will mt 1rvl Kawalhao before IO a. m .
M.iafeiia M pnr nutlet on up trip, M-ialaeta Hay not before
7 a. M. Auy change frotr. the abote will be advertLtd.
W IVo re ii i for Pm4Atf M.n-y . . t
Tlcltcta nt th.- oitirp mily.
No brth will be considered as taken until paid tc. Not
responsible fur unmarked Unggage or any Freight or Par
celt i in leas receipted for.
Frdijit Money Dae on Demand.
ffaf An eiTort wilt be ma le :.. have ihe steamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of the same day ibe leave Mtui
stAMl'KI. (i. Wll.I'EK. Agent.
OtTdce with Wilder Co., corner of Kort A ju-en Mrt-f ta
Kauai Facltot.
will have regular dispatch for Kauai, aa above, until
further notice, U Freight and Pasaengt r taken at the
lowest hates.
BO LLCS CO.. Aa-nta.
P. S This vemel has Just been thoroughly repaired
newl ycupperid. and put in In perftct order. S t
C. Brewer A. Co. -Agents
Vrifurablf ri'tiiB'tanitiita can atwaia b
made fur storage nut! -iUiiiient ut Oil. Hone, Wind, itideiani)
nther Marchaudlie tu ew Umllurj. Hontun, ew Turk aol
ither Kaatnra Purti. XarL'aili Advance- made.
Oil Iv C. BHEWF.ll at CO.
HatOUXi A T.
C. Brewer II Co. -Agents.
Msrcliandla racelvetl Slaraat Crcc and
liberal cash advance, mads tlilpiiicnls lis llila lln.
611-lv C. BRt Ell CO
And It Is rarttos orl.r
sabarrlalr all iiaaa a aasM su. a. afaaar aa am 1 1
lli pr..s..i of aai.i win. at IA Haa aaaaaaaaV.
laisi iiraami II. I.. Jial. A (. asm
a Hunt jtua
J-r'Kr of tk aasaaaai rvn
Alt! ; John K. I
SlPREatrai sr isr mc Hiwinm i
LA.Nlxt. ia pmaat. - ' Tt It iaaa.a
In lhs maisrr of tb wa of Jawia aaaaaasa. ajaa. af
H.n.o a, m.-l Hisfctf arftii raa sW pr- a
uf w 11 aa.t dlr. ct n paMWalSaa af sia afua. Mm
A doraaasnt purpuvilaa In a itr " r" TIM 11
of Jim.t Habtn n. bat af Hmsafa. Ii aaa t tawl , M
thv sUtrsBta dav ml Aaal, A. Is larra. aaaw ftaaaas. as
atbl nrobalai ..nrv. aa.1 a awaaaa la. laTJiill ItSlll t
and nw aaapaoauct. r m-u. inawa.aaaii a. cava r.
'ardaajjjjfja.1,'. AiWa .nd Mara r. Ssiaiaa. aaaaai
b. n aaatwBBaWm-
It laTflJJFS.d.rvsl. thai TurtttDiAT. ra rti. rAaT
Os af.rrtKBKH. A IL LSTa. a M a'aam. a av. af
saiu oar, at in i . art nwn. vr tid i cart, .t 1
in. island or nan, is, ai d ina
tbr ilia for pawing aM wMsaaJ I
aii.n .na w- ,,n- ai-v Bi raaa la
conuattb aald at. I. aaa ta. sraaBaajasT a
sl -vm --!
s.11 war rm .-sd
it u rurtasT oroaran. thai ssatb ixr. f v mm bT
publication, for tbr awwaav waak. la iw ' TiSaa
Oaaslb- and kaukM n .paosr vntiM aaaaj aaauasbM s
And ll la fun nr . rttarra. tbal rilMSaaak I I as tba
.ubarrlblns ttllasaaralo la d wU!. aa fc. lb Mr - t tans
Iratator. lo ai paar and aa3M tba pi i baa af aaa was.
at lb tliu aapoiabaa
Datad Uuuoiulo, il. t latb- of A aaal. isr
' v- c RAsUfa.
Joatca of ikw aaaraaa law.
Attaat: WsltzbR. Sa.u l lav.
M innBi;ttH. ri'irir jrixir. Tttra
1 Jl Mi LAI. laatftet. Hawanan asaaaaba ta r a
Io tba matter of lb ratal at i uaa . fl"n . f sua.
Maw. 1 1, dagsaa I.
A d.Kruni.nl. p jrr runs tn b tba baa wiQ aaS - . .
rntnt of Jobn .X Olluaua. dM. bartaa a ita
aav oi .tuD i,
1 uurt. ud pa
lH.uanc of laits
XA.N, and i
r aawsa
Il la bvrbr ordarsd tbat ATT'mAT Its. abb DAT
or HkFThJfRKB. A. I. !. m-tmw A I a
Court Mots al Wa onlna. K.a. Hassan, oa. -b- mm
lm h.rvbv uppr.ln'.d tba tl .a far p. tnr. as aaVA. aaa
hrarl' S amd apfnlankni, wba ana wbar- sar jl nail
nay a.iar ai d .uulaat Hal aaa wul. aaa 9ka
..m.-ury n. Mrs HALS.nLs aAX-JuMEi-.
bavbc ba-a s . bp o wr.
tta-n-d tbat m.dr rbwraaf ha psva bp
brva aacrswarr wasna an Aa I ' a i naa
k uok. a. a.nspapvv pclanM aad pas-
L'aled al liLt.; 11
Hb . .-s
St a as
circoit Jodaj.. Tbiid JnaBtau tAaanwa.
AT It. Ul THE si iVm
a ttir iu.-i.uan I annaS. naba its Jai.
IrUilun lor Idvuvc Kaaatn tw. , va. km! t, Tl in laj
July loth. is;.
In tbc abnvr pvlltkHi far dimrr It K aaa I San tba
iitt-i.-d In favor of In aanl KnaaaaS (w. ter emmm mf Mka
.uullrry uf h. said kruiil k ) la ta aiada abanakM flSbar
ibr wplralkin uf ala montba front lb- aaa af 1Mb ah rasa.
tuu!i Sanui,'.lai' ibr t"mA,anot- assa sgiaai
And Ibr llbrlUnl Bt uraVfvd to pabh ib aa Jrw rapr
f Ull nrdrr In tb ItawaUnn siaartl. and baa a. an.
paper for all wrrka, tb lm rabiaaiaan labs aaa.i
o... n.ontb from Iba data., fib. . rdrr. tba all para i.
lntrrrslrd m.y. within aa fcioalla. anvw car as way -!
drcrvc abuald not b mad alaarial.
i it. fMBsnnar Vmm.
tbal ibr r.ir-r w ka a trar aaa) f aannl
Inaa drrn In thr lias raSSi 1 1 I
I Isr k a otlsrr tt Iba safisns Caarl af
I herrbr t
copy of lb
ii .it- on file
tbe liawaua
Ilnnoluln. Jalr II. ir.
waitkr r. rf.
i.n ntL .tj. iti.k isr Tin: : t stb mm
isyivratrr sjnbbta Castro, kaa at
fa b M. inform bis friends and tba public
atalSAl geoerally tbat be aim
Opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
Where be wilt give alrtctattrntl n In rspanSnc Chronome
ters, Wstcliea. and clocks, and hia wslch-s will be
guaraoievd to keep time for .2 monltis.
SOS lm- J. DillKII V
by niortfaa- or otb.r.ia. hav.na cbd-a ar i
agsinal Ibr ralaie of tb Ute o ivrb-r a aa y I aataa.
dec. red. are rrqnaata to pr..ut taa aaa. pr party
autbeiiUc-td. Iu tba and raan.d .1 a - aa-iana. a
.lit vlt lio'iumia. within at man ba frvm iba aa af ia
tlrst puljlli allun nf t, la r.o lr . r l an. I ta hx-trr
rotrred : rod si prrauia Ind- bte.1 to
r. qulml to mabe lmm.dlale pay Bum
Honolulu, August 1. laTa
C IU Bill -A X
Admlnlatrstnx nd admink.tr. L,r of tba KaS of St Irasi
Hablan y inairM, d SSSSSSA n I
riXMirir juimt rnr tt
BLa aurt'.d hsrvby give notic. t all n I aaa. ta-i
tb. -till .bay uf Jars lank, tta.y w.sa i-omb aa. ai i
of the will of Ibr aaa Jobn waanrnaacrv. .s-l lb. J baa. ar
rrqor.1 all persons bavli-g claim. .gni..t tba ratasa ai raar
aald John iutilgnmry lo praaa-nl th asas. aaly a. lb.,
tlratrd. to w. L. '.rrrn. onr uf tb. anad rxarab ask as aba
onVa of P. T. Lrnrban Cu all bin at a an tba af tba
day of publicatb.n of ibnt naMn ar ttary mm br Sus.'.ar
barreo. II prraona owsaa ajsbia so lb abt aaa... aaa
her. by n quested to aaklbT patBiroi iu iba mad l
W L .iltEfcN
Honolulu, August IS, H74, aovat
THE MM 111(1 r AMI rl LCSSB
WXI.1. rommracB a'aajnrwdns afwabiiat
Mr. Palmer uf Maa-achiusetta, alaalia i aa ISbaaatara-
ti.ii uf calln.rntaa. .11 of whom , - nsrta
To Let.
Tirr nwKi.M hoi si: f. t ri. v 01 -
3 t CiMKO by tbe irim ri'i. r. rdtuaU-d in Beretanla
St. 1 bm hus la in tlrst r te rcpntr. and iHtitJ
wmi ail the coavenleoces of a first ciaaa booee.
Inquire of S70 &JLLEH t CO
18 16.
OKFKXS TO laET, Iu n dcilrnbla
and central location, the wmc that nave
been h;-i--.j until now by Judge W. C Jones,
as a law ; also sulusble for a rfaidanoc.
if- -. Apply to IICUU aTANUKNWALIf, M.D.
LULU, VlsiUns; I ri- urf-, and strangers zenerally are
cordially invited tu attend Public Worship at FGHT 8J.
CHURCH, where Services are held every Sabbath at 11
o'clock A. M., and 73-i P.M. Heats ate provided for all
wtiu maybe pleaised to attend. There is a Wednesday
evening Prayer Meeting- at Iii o'clock. In tbe Let-tare
Room, tt whU h al' art- elcn.e. "-i ly
Greenbacks Wanted,
FOK V. nil II TltV. HNHaanTT PBIt ll will
be paid at tbe Bookstore of B-jt WIIITXK Y.
441 Next b Coat Oftler.
Wilmington Pitch,
by i i:- it. .:-.- at CO.
Furnltned to Suluci-ibert within Ten to Twenty Day
from the date of pubticatUm.
Anil al pri -si tbat barely -rover Iba coal of ecbecrtptton and
Ixntagss tbereon.
t'upers Ddicerttl Free nf Postage in any pin t
of ihe Oroup.
No Subscriptions takes for Less than One Tear.
47 Files mads op at abort notice for Whaleman A Tras elera
SCUSCKIIHO.Ng PAYABLL always is advance.
.lr sar an I y in laacBsr was r
last scraon r.ar
isr tb. aaa4 wkl
splem:r 4th. Ma , .1 A
ed,wl.l Ml
tired al th
M, inlay I
Arnhnirtlc thr.usb diTlaann, Oi agraSBs aitial
tnllrd state., itraiilDS. r un aad pislti f.
Letters of Inquiry may a aSalfaaS
It-SOS PrraVlrai vf i ausi i aBn
or.u t Til
r puwrv af ntaarary
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at ta laart una.
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