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lliiSiit.l U . SI AY Bill, IM
Tin mml Impnriniii moil'r in connection wllb I he
lilppins; tri1 I" tin-tnntlnued arrtinl nf large rjonntl
tlr nf Hiir "mm llii other Mantl rrrr -.tenm-rand
. hwtner lurliln? ultli full rar&or.
TliC II W Aim and the iiii-r fcnl oft fur the
iimi lint ftatnnliiy, Hi. fnrmpr carrying 710,1:11 lbs.
uirr nnd the latit l,K"i'l Hi', llic total lalnetif
liolli (aigi .Wlt The mhiHinrr Ml Hthnii"T
nt off fflrHbij wllh full ". "l 'he Fiona, non
illKlnitflnir Iiti", lll loed for San Vratirl'-n There
ate tin rait-ilar . I". t'Mkela In Hie harbor lint -.evernl
ate ilii i.
The llanitllan Hotel Iim elirtiigetl hand. Ilr Mi-Oreiv
harliur obtained a leae ot rtflecn year .
The price of landln ami atniiml tlonolulii tllll con
tlnm. acllte. On Wrdncmlay the Kale of building lote
at liiilaoknlmn by the Interior Department aggregated
The I.egli.lle Ai-mbly nf Hie Kingdom l now In
-,'lnn and Hie arlntm report" from the departments
how the rnnnlry In be in a Ihrltlng condition. The
total riifoinn of the Kl nudum for the blmnlal per
i'il rtnllnS .Marrlt .11 I n vmvri.!i which, aildtd to
ilto balance In the treaanry March 31M, ISWO JTO.WiO.II,
miniinta to $tlln,tIMW The tprnilltiirca for the
ami- period ere t,9M,r0,i.1.l Itnilng a balanre In the
Itert-uryAptll lt, lM,of MO'IU Tin-receipt ex
lUtlcd the MllhlalM $SR),ir0.ffl. The rutlmated re
relptu for the period to ' nil Mure Ii 1lat. 1KSI, arc
l,!i p,3Til.'tt, llieiMlniiteil ejpriidllnreii for Ihr name.
ue .!,!'1H,ib0, lulling nn enllmnUd d licit of $1,,.
'f'J.Vi During llic pnit flc.ll pfrlod the public debt
linn been ilecreaed $7.TU0. Icatlng llic amount nf debt
fciibjolnid we prcurnt a table of export, for the
tnonlli of April, and ilia total fur the flrt four inontha
of 1 i
I Abr. Ilarkrr.. Unilae
; w II liltiiwid. Hon I'mn..
I l(J Murray.. Snn I'rnn..
10 city Mjitiu-y. San Praii..
M t'oinneer San I'rnn...
In I',. Malltnutlr Han l'rnn...
.') Ohio I0riilie
11 rii"-t iiiein Han 1'rnn..
11 Atnlanta Sun l'rnn..
ii Coiinuelo JHnii rrnn. .
Total for April
" I'lbruary, . ..
Total for 1"'J
fi 11,11,7 8.1
7J7 U71 72
IS, KM (
.1,1! I W
I, IK "I
:il,:KJ W -J,W(3,lt5 M
PORT OF HONOLULU.
-Mm Mki'llke from Wlnilnnril I'mt
Htm Kllniicn lion from Knhnliil
KA.Hfh Kaulkeaoull, from llonnkaa
Heli l.uka, from llapnii
Hrh Itnleaknla, from I'epetkeo
Hi h W'ainlt, from raaithan
ii h .lennle Walker, from lliipini
Hch Walinaln, fur i; token
Sell ttcn'l hlejel, from Wnlalin
t'Hch l.eabl, from Kohalalelc
Sl-Sch Kk.MoI, from Lnnpahoeho"
Hrh I'aUrlna from llannlcl
Heh Kaluna, from Matlko
Htm .la .Mnkee from Kiiunl
Hch lliiimaiii from Naitlllulll
Hrh Marlon, from KiiUulhaele
Hrh Kanhi from Wutnnao
Heh Mntolo, from llakalnu
-Hell Nettle Merrill, from I.nlinlna
Htm Walmanalo, from iValinuniilo
Htm Moknlll from Koolnu
Hrh Ktkaiiliinhi from Jlauulcl
Hch Walehti, from Ilnnoinii
Hch l.lhnllho, from llauali
Hcli Mary l'ORtcr, from llauali
tr Am bk nmernbl, Lord, from I'oit t.amble
Htm C H Hilltop, from Kamil
3-Ain bk II V Aliny, I'rciunn, lor ban I'ran
llktne lllncoiery, I'rrrlmau, for H I'
Am bk Amelia, Neuhall. for 1'ort lllnkcU
1 Htm lunlanl for 31am and llnnall
Htm O H lll'bop for Kauai
Htm I.ehti.i for Molokal and Maul
htm Mokolll, for Koohm
3 "slmr 1. Ikelike for Wlnilnard I'otli
hilt IJltama for Ilonrupii
Hell Kaulkeaoull for llonukaa
nHch llobroy fur Amain
Hch .Irnnlc Walher for llapun
Hch Walmalu for Kiokea
hch I.tiku for Keannell
Htm Jaa Makcc for Kauai
Sch Cateilun for llnnalel
Am cli Ida Hchnauer, Hpenter, for Han I'
Vcssnla 111 Port.
Am bslue Mornlii'; Hlnr. Ilray
llrlt nh l'loiia, IthodeK
Am bk Hincrnld, Lord
Vnssols Kijieotoit lit Honolulu, fi om Fnroien
Am bk Kihinnl May, Johii'on, I.Uerpool, due May '.'i-
:m, C Ilrcwcr m Co, Asents.
Am bk l'unirn Abtiey, tliictt. Hoittou, due May 1',
t Ureter V Co, Aiienl.
tier bk Htclla, buinniir, New Vork, due April JiVIO,
Castle t Cooke, Ajrents
(li r bk 1'nradoT, lluri;dull, New Castle on Tyne, due
M7iilyl.V-.ni, II Ifnckfcld A Co, Ar-intt.
Oer bk Ailnlph, llupfer. New (hullo on Tyne, due Jnue
bk l'r.rllln, -
... .O, .1 It.VMLII, H. .W, 4, :ilP
. Ne Oastle. N h W. duo .Mnv
li-.T. l liner v , .Mil'iun
Am bk Kutcrald, Lord, Port Unnible, due llackfeld X
Haw bk Kale, Hotlifim, llrcmeu, to call in all April,
llrlt H H Monarch, Ht Mlchaelii, due dune i'i-,10.
Ilktuu I.urcka, i'rnlinllow, Han I'ran, tine April 2S-TJK
luw aeh Julia, i lerney, c-oulli Hea Is, due .May II
Ilk Calbarlt n, Ilubbuiil, Han I'rnu, due May 1-", Castle
A. Ctioke. Ajrents
llklne.l A I'alklubiirs. I'orbeii, Han I'ran, ilnc Jlay 13,
Castle X Ctioke, Agents
Haw bk ICalnkaua, l'lgss, hnu Vrnu, tliic.Moy 1-0, Htlin-
fer A. Co, Agents
I'StiiB V II lrw In, Turner, Hau l'riin,tluoMay 1-S, W (i
lrln A-Co, Acents
llRtnuW II Meyer, Howe, Han Fran, due April 25O0, 0
Hrewer A Co, Agents
I1 M S S City of Hjtlney, Deatburu, Hau I'rnu, due Jtay
til. llackfeld A; Co, Art ntn
I'M hH Australia. Caririll, Hy due, duo MayS, llaikfeltl
A. Co, Ajjenti
l.er bk dnsi'fa, Hurtsmnuii. Cartltn, due Auk Mi llack
feld it Co. Agents
Anna Precht, New Caslle, X S W, load-
llic March m
1UH bk Uberoii, Harvey, l.lurpool, to sail ubout April
SSI. T 11 Dnvles A. Co, Agi nts
llrll hlrathalrlv, , llouskoiiir, la ban Fran
ilsco, due May IS-'Jt, Hnckfeld it Co, Agent
Ilk Ht'vcre, .Mrtntyrv, Naualmo, due May IS-'.i) Alltn A
Am sell Caslullarwartl, l.c Hulllslcr, Huniboldl, due
-. , Allen A Itoblithon. Amenta
Am ligtiie J 1) hjircckels, l'rlls, Han l'riuclsco, due, W
li Irwin & Co, AzJiila
Our liaibnr lmika ilem rleil thin neck; moro to than
wo Imt'i rccu It for n lonjr time, bul tin tlm follow In;
It'sucl nrc. mm tluo wo may px'icil tn e It lliely
iitfniu ilurlus the cumin: wick -Am bk l'nrueae Abbey,
troni llo-ton; tier bk hlella, from New Yoik; Am bk
Hnieralil. from Port tiamble; Am bktui-s llurcka antl
I A FulUnbiii!.; Ii.itk llnlb.irlcii nml Knlukmi, from
San 1'runcUcn; bglnea W II Jlejer, J 1) Upreckel", iml
Win II lrln, from hnu rrnucUco.
1' M bti Aiiktralia, will be due from the Colonies on
Moiulti) not cu route to t-an rrnncUcu,
The IIWAImy nml llltctivery mllctl fur Sun Kran
tlstt) l.i't S.-iliinlay, luklnj full rarjora of miKar, and
alio u full complement of rainctiKcra,
Tim Mi Siliuiiiit-r inlli-il for hau l'rnncltco jc-ti-rduy
wlthn f till curso of diar.
Tlio llrlt ililp rinna l tllicbarslui; coil rapidly frum
bnth Ilatcltca, nml will lonil lth tlliutcli for Mu
The Morulug hr will prubalilj tall for -MUronetla
about June lit-
1'roin Konaiintl Kim, per Iwalaul, April Sttli Hun .1
Kuulituic, Hon .1 V J'illpo, lion lloo llicliarilaon. Hon J
W Ktilua, J J Join-., .1 .McDaile, Wl' liny, J Wallace,
V Utiimi, .Mra J W (.' Jonri. jr, M Jov, John Jllrhanl
ton, 1) Crow utiiliiiri, I'ha. slhn Mra I' lltooki, .Mra M
r'rom Mmil mid llnwiill, per l.lkellke. Al.tll SO Col U
Splt-ikcln, Uol (I W .Murfail.iue, Uov llallltlay. Hon J l'
Parker, lion J V Nawahl, Hon I. Ahnlo. II A Mildc
man, Itltl-'nwlcr, II 0 Wllllama, W II llallry. Jl Mae
rarlane, MrTovneiul, ,1 A llusera. J I.Ike, (J Til Will,
II Low, A n Hum!, W II I'ornnvll, 1' X .Makce, J AuiUr'
nut, .1 J rorrytli, Wens Ko, I'liain I'at, J A NaliuVIo,
h Kaboolialahalu. Mlia Albm, Ml K .Makfe, Mia U N
Mukcc.MraK l)til llr J Wlshl ami wife. A Uiiiiaaud
wife, (. J! Mackpnle, wlfoiiml ilaushtct, II Wulla anil
I'rom Kaliulul, per Kll.tuoa Holt, April 'M- M Lotil
mii, J II IMIr. .Mr frank Wilder C'olV Allen, Mr.
llama, l'li llally. J foibea. Key J .M Alexander, .Mr
llaon, and W deck
I rum Kultnl. ncr l it IlUhon. Am
It HUhop. April -".Hit - fol 15 S
Spaldlii", wife it nil child, MrUojtl Jr. V blnclalr, F
lliav. .Mr llltili-.. U lnlmr. .MUtKanat
r i u
.N ItobliKon, .Mla IvaliaU'iii.iuiia, L'huiig tan, Ahlo,
for San PraucUco, per II V Aliny, Aiirll lMli 1 T
Wlillniy, ltOrtiliam, wife and ihlld. II II I.cwlt, and
Mapli'i and 1 1'lilnetc.
Tor Kan francUru, per Dl.roltry. April ,"Jlt-!
Svevlkeiii wife and - children, I'oi Nuirl..
Knr Stiii Vraiit-t-rii. litfr II .'
Aliuy. April W-6,!7
like, augur, 1.-M5 uaca rice. 410 bill
lallow Value Jlti.lst-i-
lor hau Praurli.ru. nyr HUeiierv. Anrll &th 10.1-11
pkrja tajar, WW In-arlu-. Yi ca ixriu oil, Ue. hub
puni.il. Value JhO.SItVJI
for fort Towimnd. ptr Amelia April Win - IlilUil
In Ikla city. May 4lli, 15
to lhr. wlfeof s. V. llrow
PKTEltbON HOI'l'BU-At lh nlduco of th:
brltlu'a I illier, J A Hopper. U.q ,ou May lib, by J, A,
I'ruuu, atal.led by Jtew n. - Daiunu, 1). ll Mr, K.
IVeua I'ithuus, toMUt Mint J. Ilot-mu, both ot
Tiik nuuual uu'CthiH of tlio llrltit.li lWueok'Ut
Soclrt)illliol.rMon tUo'JUU lus.t., Queen Vle
toria'n birthday, 'ilm tl.iy will Iweelebrateil luun
ipprcnni!o lnauucr, ns u tlio unfiuliiiK custom
tiii: NATtmn.tr i-itusi
1'iibllrhril for the hiiunutT i'nr-i At-oUAtn-v Ii
nonBHT oniKVB to.
Hook. Job and (leneral Printer
Honolulu. II I
Noli" ra of any exenlaof tntrre't tMiDpltlni on lb.
other Inland-, will altrayn be thankfully reed-cd for
publication Correspondent are requested to append
their true name to all communication, not for publi
cation nreetMrlly, but a a gmrintec (hat the nrltir
I" acting In good faith
MAY fi, 188a.
III the tryir!-; of laborers from various lands.
lOBCoif the planter will find any profit in tlietn,
il is n pity that the Negro has not had his
turn. It must ho granted that in many respects
tho Negro, ns n plantation hand, has tho ad
vantage of the Portuguese or any other class
of Inhor tried on theso Islands, Ho has had
experience, and in a laborer horn. Ho Is
light-ht.irtcd. and better Matured than tho
Portuguese, if wo accept tho testimony of
thoBO plantars who have made n study of tho
latter in tho fiold and in the quarters; stucly,
this testimony is nlUsufliclcnt. Ho is innurcd
to labor, and is in his glory when in it clitnato
liko ours. He is easily managed if decently
treated, is ijuict mil law-abiding. Ono half
of tho trouble with plantation hands is tho le
Biilt of their irrubllily to tindorstnnd what is
wanted of them, but with tho N'cgro tliiM difli
culty would bo obviated. Ho speaks our lan
guage, ho was brought up under lawH similar
to our own, and our customs nro his customs.
Tho dny ho enters :i field, ho enters it ns :i la
borer and not as an apprentice, Ho has a
strong local attachment, which is an advantage
whero tho name duties aro continued for years
in an endless round. II a sbtuco of population
is dosircd, a more suitable, 'class could not ho
obtained. If he dous not belong to n ruco ex
actly cognate, with tho Hawaiian, ho comes as
neat it as tho New Hebrides Islanders, and
neater than tho Portuguese, tho Chinese, tho
Japanese or the Norwegians, Tho oxpeuso of
bringing him here would not bo great, and
certainly out of tho millions of Negroes in
tho Southern States it would not bo difficult
to got 0,000, s tiumbor inoio than sufficient to
supply all demands for plantation laborers in
theso Islands at the prcsont time. In some of
tho States, tho wages ol tho Negroes aro less
than is paid for labor here, and ho is worth
more for goncrul plantation work than any
labor oxcopt white, and by somo is preferred
above all others. They would not liavo to bo
taken back at tho expiration of their terms of
servico, and no trouble, could result to this
Government for inducing them to immigrate
hero. They aro at liberty to go whero and
when they like.
The groat exodus, tho ilight of tho Negroes
from the South, proves that they aro not un
unwilliug to loavo a land whon thcro is a hopo
of bettering their condition by so doing. Tho
conscquonccs of tho exodus wcro disastrous;
itiaBBes of people, unprovisioncd, unhoused and
poorly clad, found themselves likcsucajT with
out n shepherd. The conditions which caused
this notable Jiegira.do not now oxist in that
pari-cular locality, but in other parts of tho
South tho Btato in which tho Negro laborer
lives is not better than that which caused this
notablo movement, and he would probably bo
not less willing than his brothers to mako a
change of baso. Many have left tho Statos for
Liberia, Africa, during tho last three or four
years; and it surely would not bo moro difficult
to turn the stream of emigration westward.
The Negro at) a laborer on a Hawaiian planta
tion ought to bo quito in his element; tho sur
roundings, field work and natural ptoducts, nil
arc suited to him. Ho is provorbtally happy;
capablo of warm attachments; finds spiritual
consolation in chanting bia '" jubilco songs;"
is not likely to becomo dissatisfied with it rea
sonable contract and seek to break it in order to
sot biiiiBelf up in business. His chief weapon
is tho razor; tho markot is not flooded with
theso instruments, and oven when tlicio ato
"razors tlyin iu do air" they aro less danger
oub than tho revolver of tho aggrcssivo coolio.
A judicious expeudituro of but a small por
tion of tho prospective "ten millions" ought
to introduce Negroes enough into our cano
Holds to test an experiment which has not yet
been tried, but wears a look of promise; and
we live in the hopo that tho Negro quartors
may yet ring with old plantation melodies,
and redound to the clung of tho uncompromis
ing hut ever activo heel.
THE DEADLY PISTOL.
Whoa Bhall wo hear tlio last of theso too
frcquently rccurriug murders and attempts to
murder by Cuincao ? Xarly ovcry week tho
nows is received from, homo part of tho King
dom of assaults mado with deadly weapons,
and in nearly every case tho attackinu party in
a Chinaman. It is u woll known fact that tho
Cbiucso amongst us posses moro firo arms
than all other persons in tho country, and that
thoy arc (till the best patrons of those who
deal in theso article! ; it is also woll known
that they use them moro than any other people
lligorouti mcaiuics should bo udoptcd to
provent the indiscriminate Bale of firo arms,
ami tho penalty for carryiug doadly weapons
mado severe. In no part of tho world has ilfo
been moro secure than in these Islands, pro
verbial for their immunity from uut-throaU,
robbers uud all clauses of desperados; but if
tho armius of Cliincno bo allowed to continue
unchecked, It will in tints becomo nccctBary
for othots to do likowiso iu ordor to protect
life and property. Wo very much regret to
conlcuiplato tho prospoctof seeing those beau
tiful Islands metamorphosed iuto a Geld of in
tornecino strife, where ovcry hotwo in a fuitrcas
and ovory individual a walking armory. Let
tho sapling bo uprooted ! Tho full grown treo
will laugh ut our mightiest eflbrts.
8TEIKE WHILE THE IKON IS HOT.
Them iu probably no ipuoatiou at present ex
citing tho public mind moro than that of Tom
pcrance, ud uone of more impoituuce to this
community. The situation hero is peculiar,
aud measures are rwiuirod which would not
bo a itcussity olsowhero. It is not uu easy
question to meet, but It must bo met and han
dled without gloves; ami what is dono must
bo douo now. Tho resolutions adopted by tho
late Planter's Association was a powerful cu.
tcriug wedge, an unexpected assistance to
piohibitiouisti, uud tho sentiments thcro ex
pressed bayo since been echoed by tho pulpit,
press and public opinion In a voico that is not
to be mistaken. Tlio monster mass-meeting at
tho Thestio on Thursday evcuing showed iho
temper of our citizens, uud petitious for a pro
hibition law are uow open to signers. Hono
lulu is not ulcus in this matter; from other
parts ui tho group comes the same protest
arsiuit th sals of liquor. Cau this unanl-
nous cry be tlisregardctl ? Tlio Legislature fi
now in session, nml lliev should lie Import uticil
to ileal wild the nmllcr immediately There
i i nothing no cooling to ardor ns delay-
One ol the most Important questions that
will proh.tbly be considered by tho present
begislaluioistbatof naturalization. Tho pio
visions of tho proscnt law givo loo much lati
tude to tho Minister of tho Interior, tho matter
of the admission of foreigners to citizenship
resting almost entirely in his hands. Ono
thing that makes tho question of moro import
ance at the present timo is tho very largo
numbers of Chinese amongst us. They now
equal, if they do not exceed in numbers; tho
mlo adults of all oilier nationalities in the
Kingdom, natives included. Uno can easily
sue what a power theso pcoplo could uxort
with tho ballot in their hands. If a Minister
woio chosen who favored tho naturalization of
Chincso, a largo number of them could bo mado
citizens in a very short time; tit nny rate,
rnoiitrh to hold the halatico of power in all
elections. Such ii thing, if not probable, is
certainly possible. Any porson or porsons
controlling tho votes of theso pcuplo could, on
many important occasions, dictate terms lo tho
(lovornincnl, for thoy aro clannish in tho ox
tromo timl will stand together liko u stono
And leaving thoChiueso out of tho question,
thcto is still ncccsity for remodelling tho nat
uralization laws, as Iho largo immigration lo
tho Islands from rations quarters is likely to
continue. Tho power to confer citizenship
should, tit least, be taken from tho hands of
ono man, and wo very much doubt, for numer
ous leaaolK., if, as ono of tho nativo papciB
rocommciius, it wotiiu ne any improvciiiuiii. iu
dolcgato iho power lo tho King in privy coun
cil. Tho law should bo mado to specifically
slato who may and who may not become citi-
'.cus, and Icuvu no question of such vital im
portance at the cxclusivo disposal of any per
son. If impartial naturalization laws bo
enacted, wo know of no piuvisioii that would
better servo as a check iu preventing tho priv
ilogo from being confoued indiscriminately
than that recommended by our Wednesday con
temporary, namely, requiring tho foreign born
candidate for citizenship to bo aide to read and
speak tho English language, as this would
provent tho admission of an ignorant and dan
gerous class. All voters should bo conversant
oithor with tho English or Hawaiian languages.
THE ROYAL SPEECH,
Head at tho convening of tho Itogislativo
AsBCinbly is non-committal on most points,
and as it is published iu full olsowhero, it is
not necessary to say much about it. Tho
small-pox epidemic, relations with foroign
powore and tho Koyal tour of tho globe aro
alluded to briefly. It states that tho nourish
ing condition of our "agriculture, commcrco
and finance is mainly duo to thu Treaty of He
ciprocity with tho United States," and refers
to tho matter of Immigration. Tho "Million
Loan" is not mentioned as such, but a loan is
alludod to in the last lines: "My Minister of
tho Interior will ask you to pass measures au
thorizing a specific Loan for immigration and
for each ijrud jiulUc improvement, as it may bo
approved by tho Legislature."
Was convened on Saturday, April 29th, by
tho Kins, and organized for business on Mon
day last. Tho scsbions have been short during
tho weolc, tho gicator portion of tho time being
consumed in committco work. Tlio roports
presented to the JiCgislntuic by tho different
departments contain much valuablo informa
tion, and wo rogret our inability to loviow
them in to-day's issue, but wo will tcfer lo
them iu our next. Somo of tho reports aio
yet in tho hands of tho printers, but will bo
ready for distribution booh. They contain
much food fw reflection, and many lccom
mendatious advanced by thorn should recoivo
tho oarncst consideration aud thoughtful ac
tion of our Legislators.
Things Wise and Otherwise.
Our tuuilaily cotomporaries seem tu bo squarm;"
off for combat already.
A gallant policeman, a (cwoeiiiiigH since, about
0 r. m., discoYcrod nu ofllco door on Morclinnt
street open, and imagiuining tlio placo to bo full
of burf-Iarx. whistled for ansmtanco, not daring to
enter it until joined by tbreo or four brother ofU
ecru. Thoy found that tlio door had accidentally
been left unlocked.
'l'ho uionoy oxpeuded iu the construction of tho
l'alaco to tho prcsont timo amounts to .'-'U;,.r.0V.09.
Tho sum of $80,000 was appropriated in 1880, but
was overdrawn lflC6,O.07., and iWO.OOO moron ill
bo required to comploto tho buildiug, which nil
admit must bo done. Tho portion who made tho
rstituato of $80,000 for IU completion, said to bo
mifllcleiit for tho purpoho, should ruccivo n leather
medal and tho Order of tho Golden Crown.
Opening of the Legislature.
On Saturday Inst, April -Jib, at 12 o'clock, noon,
tho Legislative Assembly for 188:.' was convened.
Tho baud wan on tho lawn in front of tho imt.a
ciitrancu of Alliolaui Halo and tho troops wcro
drawn tip iu lino along tho front of the building.
At 12 o'clock a salute, was fired by tlio battery and
tho baud struok up tho national niithoin, the
troops at tho samo timo presenting arms, ns tho
King accompanied by Queen Kaplolani, tho Prin
cesses Ltliuokalaui and Llkclike, Gov. Ooiniuis
aud Hon. A. H. G'lcghoru drovo up to tho entrance,
whero tho party was rocehed by tho Ministers
who accompanied them Into tho Legislative Hall,
the largo nssembliigo of Koblos, Kuprcscutativcs,
iinitcd guests aud others rising us thoy enteral.
King Kitlakaua wore tho uniform of a Major
General and had sovcral decorations on his breast.
Tho Queen and l'rinccBhes aim woro tho insignia
ot tho Orders ot Knlakaua or Kamehaineha.
Tho oitcning prayer was delivered by lluv. A.
Mackintosh in native, after which tho King rend
the following address in Hawaiian aud J.uglisli :
NllULW AMP llEl'Ur-JtKNIAIIVM:
tjinco tho prorogation of tho Legislative Assem
bly in August, lbbO, a portion of My Kingdom has
sutfurod from tho plague of Biuall.poi. Huppily,
throngh tho uuremlttiug exertions of tho Jkuirtl of
Jlewiltu, tho dibcabo was coiillued to tho Islauds of
OaIiu and Kauai, and iu tho latter Island it was by
ilrict imarautitio regulations confined within
narrow bouuds. It gii.es roe plcasuro to reoognio
the exertions of tho ofUcors ol tho Government Iu
the porformaueo ot their arduous duties during
this trying period, which, combined ulth tho will
ing co-operation aud bclf-denliil of the iieoplo at
large, contributed so much to limit tho ravages of
Our relations with iureigu Goermueuts con
tinue iu tho most satisfactory state. At tho desire
of the Emperor of Japan, a revision of tho Treaty
with thut country was undertaken, but curtain
&lltlcnl relations of the Empire with wmu of tho
lent Towers induced tho Japtmeuo Government
to ruiuont that thu tjiinl riilltic.itlon of said revised
Treaty should bo poutiKmod for tho present, nnd
llll no pornu -unjemy iuo i-.iuj.-i.-rur ut iiiikui dc-ui
a Special Envoy to this country to explain the
situation. I heartily appreciate the enthusiasm
of my I'oople ou my return from abroad.
During mv recent loar around the world, I was
receive-out (he most liospilablo and friendly man
ner by tho llulers niul Govrruweuts of tho dider
ctit countries through which 1 passed. 1 shall
always look back with pleasure to this trip, aud I
trust that what I Haw and teamed may uccruu to
the boneiU of my People.
Thu figure) which my Minuter of r lnanco will
Uy before ou in his Iteport, clearly exhibit the
progressive and dourUutauconditiou of our Agri.
culture, Oomiueroj nnd J; manc, mainly due, uo
doubt, to the Treaty of Ketiprocity with our near
neighbor the Unitca Stales of America, with which
country our main commtrcA has always bueu
Wlml tlitt KIiikJoiu nceinn most to reunite to
etiiuro n coulliin.nico of ltn iirenctit tirunperity Is n
lliorotiRUly orgiuil.cri syntcm of Immigration of
frtinlllos from ponio country wlioto liilmbitinl",
1 wilt lie coiiReiil.il lootir noil, In imr snb.troplc.il
' cllmato, tootir ItiHtittitloiii), nml ntxivonll to our
own people. Whilst wo welcome inuitsmuui .
liiiniiien irimi nil imril in tiiu i.i.iii., vaifv.iiuuu
.. III-., t -II ... .. II. .-..-1.1 n .u.-!.... '
so far at cms to point to tho PorttipmeBO from tho I
Azores ns thoso most readily arnllnblo and likely
lo meet our H'lnUrcmcnta, nun in view in mo cir
camstnnco that difficulties had arisen in kicpinu
up tliisstre.imof miitnliln population, I despatched
in December last my Minister of Interior, His
llicellonoy, If. A. P. Cnrter.to Lisbon, to endeavor
to remove those difficulties ond with full Powors
to mako a Treaty with His Majesty tho King of
Portugal. I have every reason In bellow o that his
rllorts will bo successful.
Hucli n system of liniiilKratlon, and ntiniorous
public improvements, imperatively called fur in
tills progressive nlnco of our history, will rcqulro
n considernblo outlay during tho next biennial
tioriod. and mv Minister of I'limncc will ask ion
to pass measures nutliorMtiK n pihcKIr loan for
immigration nnd for eacli (.rent public Improve
ment as it may bo approved by tho f.pqialature.
NmiMj ANt Hr.rnhsiMTATivrs:
Thankful to the Almighty for tho hlctniiiKS
which this Nation has enjoyed In tho pant. I trust
that your deliberations may result in an ineroniio
nf happiness and ft continuance uf prosperity
throtiuhont tlio Kingdom.
Wo do now declare tho Legislature uf the King
After tlio niiiicliisinii of the stii cell tlm Kill" nil1'
royal party withdrew and Mr. J. il. Mousurrat
Secretary of tho llouso ot tho last hossion, called
the Assembly to order. On motion of Mr. Gibson
Mr. U. It. llishop uns called to tlio Chair.
Tho Honso then adjourned to 10 A. it., Monday,
Mondiy, Mat I.
'Iho House met ut 10 . u,, Mr. (J. It. Ilisliop in
.1. M. Moimtirmt, Societiirr, read the minuter! of
provious meeting and the King's speech. Minuto'i
ltoll called by Iho Secrelary.
Mr. Gibson iiioctl that a HKjcial Coiiiinilleu of
thrco lo Include tho Mintslcr of tho Interior bo
nmioluted to'eft.MIno tho credentials of mcmboirt.
Tho Chair npiioiulcd Mr. W. N. Armstrong, W.
M. Gibson nnd J. Nawnhl. Tho Committco retired
to tho olllco of tho Minister of tho Interior and
after a nhort absenco reported tho credentials of
each member lo bo Iu order nnd Hint no protests
had been entered. Ito-iort approved.
Dr. J. -Molt Smith movod that the Chief .Justice
bo requested to attend nnd swenr in tho new
iho two newly created Nobles II. A. widcmiinu
and J. Kami wcro lirsl sworn In and nflerthcm the
new Jteprcicntntives from Oahu, Hnuaii, Maui,
Molokal nnd Lnnni, and Knuai, resjicetiv cly.
Election of officers being iu order J. M. Knpctia
nomiuilcd Godfrey llhodcs for President of tho
Assembly mid Aholo nominated (J. It. IIHliop.
Tho Chair appointed J. E. Hush nnd J. L. Kn
ulnkoti ns tellers.
Tho voto stood lthoku.l -"-', IlisLioii 'M.
Mr. KhodcB then took the Chair ami siwko as
"Nobles and Kcprcsculntitcs, fellow members
of tho Assembly: If I should Hay that I am
pleased by this mark of coufideuco conferred upon
mo it would inadequately express my sentiments.
I am deeply moved by tho honor bestowed tiiton
me. Jl in trno that on four different occasions
heretofore I have had tho honor of presiding over
this body twico as President and twico as Vice
President. 1 now again thank you for tlio jirofcr
enco over so many others bo nbundaiitly cajmblo
lo fulfill tho duties of tho ofUce. If I fill the Pre
sidential Chair so well as tho Honorable N'oblo
who presideded last sossiou, I shall considor my
self fortunate. I will endeavor to hold tho scales
of justieo Impartially between all parties, and
trust that I shall roceivo your assistance in
making tho bussiou a successful one.
S. K. Knn! nominated L. Aholo of Lahuiua for
Vice-President, Ho was chosen by unanimous
consent under suspension of tho rules.
Mr. Aholo said :
" Nobles and HoDreseiilalivcB : I return to , ou
my siucero thankn for again honoring mo with this
position. Tho only request I lmvo to mako is that
m tho nbHcnco of tho President, whon I will bo
called upon to preside, Hint yon will givo nto your
II. 1-'. Poor was nominated for Secretary by J.
M. Kaiiena. W. A. Whitiug by C. It. Uisbop, L. A.
Picrco by E. K. Lilikalaui and A. C. Smith by G.
W. Pilipo. Picrco received 20 votos, Whiting 12,
Poor C nnd Smith 2.
Tho Presidont staled tint Mr. Picrco wnu duly
elected and ho was sworn iu.
W. Ij. Wilcox was nominated for Interpreter by
J. W. Knlua and unanimously elected.
J. W. Knlua nominated W. 0. Parke for Ser
geant al-Arms, aud E. K. Lilikalaui nominated A.
N. Tripp. Tripp received 23 votes and J'nrko 21 j
the former was declared elected.
For Chaplain thoro wcro nominated Itov. A.
Mackintosh, Itev. Kimokco, Itov. Kuaca, Itcv. Ke
aloha, Itov. Kamika and llov. Maka. On tho
third ballot tho voto stood : Kuaca 23, Mackintosh
11, Kimokco 3, Kenlohn 1.
Chas. Aehee, Palan, John JJ, Holt, Henry West,
John Sheldon nut! -Tt. J, Knieua wcro nominated
for Messenger. liolt received 22 votes and was
elected on first ballot.
S. K. Knai nominated ,7. Kukona furJnuilur
J. W. hnlua Mud it was necessary lo haven
Translator and nominated U. L. Sheldon. Elected
Mr. Gibson moved that a committee, of fivo to
consist of two Nobles nnd threo KepreBoutativcs
bo nppointod to prepare, an address to tho King.
J. v. Knlua moved to amend by appointing ono
Noble, ono Minister and thrco Jtoprcscutativcs.
S. K. Knai and W. L. Green, Minister of For
eign Affairs, favored original motion. Amend
ment lost, original motion carried.
Presidont njmointeil tho two now Nobles, II. A.
Widemaun and J. Knao, and W. M. Gibson, G. W.
I'ilino and .1. L. Knulukou.
J. Nnwahi moved that tho rules of the bosnion of
18HJ bo adopted for present session. Curried.
J. O. Domiuis moved that tho rales bo sus
pended that ho might introduco an Act. Ha then
read nu Act to nuthorizo an election in tho dis
trict of Kaauapali, Maui. Tho bill was readn
second timo and thu House went into Committee
of tho Wholo to consider it. After considerable
discussion on the 3d, 4th aud 5th section it was
moved that tho IIouso bo recommended to pass
tho bill. J. Nawnhi, Chairman of Committee,
reported ns directed. The rules were suspended
mid tho bill viasHod in ouornasment.
S. K. Kaal moved that tho bill bu read a third
timo to-morrow. Carried. A motion to adjourn
to in a. m. to-morrow was carried.
TuEUU.vt, May 2ud.
Tho House, met at 10 n. m. Minutes of yester
day's mooting were road and confirmed.
Tho member for Makawao gavo notice of a peti
tion to tax horses.
Mr. Knlua, member for Lahniua, moved that n
bill to that effect bo presented in proforouco to a
Mr. Kauai presented a petition Hint $1,000 be
tipiiropriaieu lur nintis near me n auuea .river.
Tho member for Wninlun, Oahu, presented a pu
tltion iiraviui: for a crant of 10.000 for educa
tional puriwsvs. Itcferrcd to tho Committco on
The mouiber from Kohuln nroscutcd a petition
from his district praying thnt Mahukoua bo made
n port, oi oniry.
Mr. Pilipo moved that this petition bo laid on
tho tabic until a bill to that effect bo brought for
On tho President calling for Itoports, thu Min
ister of Finance nrosouted his report.
Mr. Pilipo was of opinion that ono document
ought to embody all tho reports from tho Hovernl
departments of tho Ministry.
At this stngo of tho proceedings tho President
announced tho following committees :
Foreign JCelntions Hona. V. II. Jllshop, A. S.
Oleghorn, G. W. Pilipo, J. Nawnhl, J. Gardner.
Fiunnco lions. W. M. Qlbwin, J. E. Ilusb, J.
Nawnhi, G. E. Kichardson, J. L. Knulukou.
Military Hous. J. Molt Smith, J. Moaunuli, J.
Nakalcka, O. II. Palnboa, H. Aiwobl.
Publlo Lands and Internal Improvements lions
11, A. Widemaun, F. Fuhia, J. Kannamano, J. Nu
kookoo, S. P. Kupihun.
Sauitairy-llons. G. V, Pilipo, A. H. Clrghorn, J.
I. Dawsett, W. M. Gibson, H. K. Mahoe.
Kducatlon lions. J. M. Kspeua, L. Aholo, J.
Knuhano, J. W. Knlua. J, Kaluhl.
Comroorce, Agrieulturo and Manufactures
Hous. S. 0. Wilder, Y. llrowti, K. K. Lillknlanl, P.
llnupu, J. Kniuakele.
Accounts Hous. F. llruwu, S. K. Kaal, I). If.
Nahlnu, 11. W. Iihilahl, J. Kauai.
Judiciary lions. J.L. Knulukou, H. A. Wide
runiiu, J, Kaao, L Aholo, J. M. Kauiln.
Kuroliucut lions. J. 0. Dominis.J.M. Kapcua,
A. 8. Cleghorn, Y. Pahia, J. W. Kalua.
Mr. Armstrong spoko in favor of tepnrato ro
ports. Mr. Gibson said ho trusted Iho IIouso would not
tako up much timo with tho matter. What is
wnnled is something on which to act. Tho Com
mittees uow only wait for tho Information to be
laid on the tablo by the Ministers. They all re
uienibcred that at tho previous session different
rejiorts wcro prvneutod. They must be nu consti
tutional ns possible, and ndhera to the spirit of it
if not to thu letter.
He was glad to heir protests from the Hon.
members ugainst tho slightest deviation from the
Constitution, but their main object was to gtt to
work. Ixit us therefore nocopt (ha information of
tho Ministers and proceed to invenligate it.
Tho report of thu board of Health was referred
to military Committee.
Iteport ot the Minister of tho Interior was re
ferred to the Committee ou Internal I-atids and
1 he President appointed tho MlcUter of Finance
and the Hon. J. E. llush a Cummittecou Printing.
Mr. Gibsou roKo to make an cAqnliy. Iewonld
liko to know what the Finance Committee would
do. T'lia tipoiiditure of tha Board of Health had
been very large, extraordinarily so. Ho was not
over anxious fur work, bat as a member of the
Finance Committee be thought that Uo Hoard of
Health report ought to be laid tofortthsin. If
referred to tho H.milary Committee alone It woold
not permit the finance Comraltlco to thoroORhlr
Investigate tlio reports. In conclusion ho naked
tho C'liftlrmnn lo aucRost his views on this matter.
Tho President nolnlctl out (hat ruin No. XA nro
vidr that tlio Cummiii" e on finance hri I i ttcnl
with all public ttccotiiitx
11- ll.l- . .1... I
Aholo moved Hie Order nf llic IU
Ouuf.n or tub I) li.
Ihird rcadiii of on Act to nuthori') ntt election
of n IlcproHc.itivo for the district of Kununpili,
Mr. (fibsoii said thoro wcro serious objections to
this bill. It should lmvr emanated from the At
torney (lciicr.il and bavo lieen prcnouted by him.
Ho could not help but pTcclvo Hint this special
act would conlllct with tho general law. Ho
thought it rcgrctnblo that a Minister of His
Mnjcsty should mi lutcrprct tho taw, and thereby
forcstal the Act of this Assembly. Thoy may
liavo loiegrcl their Im.ily notion iu this matter.
A bill of this Importuned ought to liavn been
printed and studied by each member of tho House.
Nuwlthslnndhif that ho was oxtrrmely desirous of
seeing tho district nf Kaanapall represented, ho
could not vito for tlio pissago of tills bill
.Mr. H. K. Knnl said this was a small affair. It
su-mcil to III tit that tho mciiibors did not until
to seo Hie district uf Kiiauupil! represented.
On the Mite being lnkeu, thn bill passed lis third
reading This bill will take effect immediately.
'I ho Hoiiro ndjonrned at l'.'.lii r. it.
'I he It. Ktilur I'ujir Me tlnRnf the V M '.'"a. wlTTTj
IIKI.ll JIMMY "UMIiY lIVKNINOatllieVratrrof
Kort Hirri-i ( tn, 1. 1, i i Service, commencing tCtl3
Hiiiioliilii Allilclii' Association !
rrisiii: iiAiiii;iti,v .itKiiri.Mci or tiii:
B. A'-nclatloii will lie licit! In Hie Armory. (Jnecn SI.
mi Stitiinlny evenlii!" Iiejt
A V. MVAn',
MMIHIIK WIIjIi UK A HUSIKKBS
.1 Meellnt' of Iho llnnolnlu Library nml nentllnt
Ktmni Annnclntlon nt their Itoom TII1H IIVKNINO at
'tmi o'clock, nt tvlilrh tl full nllanilonco I ilc'ltf tl.
M. r. J'.JllLLINOHAJt.ec'y
The Celebrated Pianos !
x. ivitnjj.-'j.ixixj, aii.j--.rxjv.
An ultttiy: iin'lianilifnr le at Iho onicu nf
ii. ii.:ui'i:i,i .t. i.
THE HONOLULU TRANSFER EXPRESS CO.'S
MAS JH:i:.V KI..MUVI.H TO Xn. 8 KIMJ ST.
l'nrnltiire. Hnin-eltiilil (Juoilc. Il.ii.'eiige and I'niccl
lnaicil to or from nny Ii
eviicrlenceil linntl) AT
ii the City by c-ircfnl nnil
I'llO.M: Mi. i:iO.
I'llANKDAIILINO k Co.
nm tiis: iiiLvr.rii'tui' 'I'll'"
BUILDING FUND !
LIBRARY m READING ROOM AS
Th iiIiom' Dililbltloni tnltr.-icctt.t larfccolleeliun of
Article? Iu tho folloHlniftleir.rtnieiils:
1st I'icturei nnil l.nirriM Intra
Sitil IlroiiUM Cnrvlnirs, Slntuiiri. Crruiti
ilnl Antiquities uml (Juriositic-i,
-It It Colli", MeiluN, .IlmvcIs nml l.itces,
ollt Xntura. HNtorj, indttillnc; Slicllft
CornN, Kerns, Ax.,
(Hh CliliiP"e uml .liipune.sc (iuoil.
The K.-tlilbltlnii will he hold In riiinloll'i Jipii
lliillilinir, nirncr Fori mill lueen Ntn.. which
has liLtn Kindly jilacctl nt the disposal of llic Associa
tion for that purpose,
THE EXHIBITION WILL COMMENCE ON
Monday, May 8, 1882,
Opening each tl.iyut 11 a. in
nu 10 i. in.
fiT-niU'ltK.SIIMJiNTS will he terved every day nt
moderate prices, 113 folloivn.
Hot and cold Lunch from 1 to 2,
and Ice Cream, CakeB, &c,
in the ovoninq
Thcro lll also lit; llntcrtiilniiKnls or
Music, Tableaux, &c, &c.
a Hlnglo Ailmlsiloii, to Cents: Chlldrcdhulf tirlco:
SEASON TICKET!?, Ji(W. '
b. II. DOU:, Chairman,
II. 1 . l'OOIt. Hccrctary.
A. J. OAUTWmOHT.T
ncral Coiniultte on Loan
l'or General Commltto on I.onu Exhibition.
J. M. OAT, JR., & CO.,
News Dealers !
Would tako tht mcthotl of lufurniln
Itantu of Honolulu antl tho other
Itlantls, mat nicy nam opcnrtl n
Stationery & News Depot
In tho KW HAWAIIAN OAZI.TTK IH.OOK,
No, SS Jlirchant htrcct, hira they
nro -ireparl tofurnluli
III.AXK HOOKS, MKMOU.VMIU.M HOOKS,
Inkd.lnipiarlii, pluti, half iilnU and cones:
Muillnsc, " " .
Lottcr and Note Paper, Foolscap
Li'Sal Cup, Knti-luuvf, I'tipctcrlct, etc., etc
Orders taken for any Periodical
that may be Desired.
riumnt attention wlllliosUcn lothc Malllnirof Ta
per lo buhJcrllK-rs nu any of llic other leJunil AUo,
Unit xt for lied Ituhbcr hlanip Ilttcltetl
unit (-ruiiiiniy riuetl.
Notice to Contributors to
rpilK I'XDKHSIOTKn UAVlXfJ
X bicii appointed a committco tu prutlde for tho
ccurlty uf nrllclo loaiii-tl for tha above exhibition,
benby elto notice lliat receipts ilcuul by the Chair'
man smlTriaiurer uftho General Commute-. U be
irhcn for all article loaned and that the Library mid
lteatlluj; Jtooui .Wioclutlon mil be rcapontlhlc for
the kafa kcepliitf and return of Ihr articled. A -ifo ll
bu inuilileil in which will bu deposited each nljlit, .
uabla article, ufmnall bulk a Jcnilcry Ac. Watch"
mtu will bocmulojril day ami uljibt and tho property
Mill bo linaicil ealutt lo by dtc. For thla latter
purpnao contributor! are rcrjucaitd to lilaco a valuation
onartlelca loaned, l. 11 DOLE, Chairman.
Ni 31 tfil 'i II 1', l'OOIt. htcy
Kiiigilum of tlm Ni)tlitriiii(ls, City of
Aiiihtt-nliim, InioiHittlonnl Hx
liihition of Coloiiiul Objects,
nml ol" (Suuvrul Kx-
MAY....O C 'V 0 11 K It , 1 88a, Til K
ylnilal Programme of which may be found at the
I'ouaulate ol iho .Nellurlauili, Honolulu.
Mr JOIlNH.l'ATY.Couaulfor the KtoitJoui of tho
Ncthulantlt. ulll cla.lly aalt, In any way, partlca de
alroui of partlclpatlus In thv) adrautasea tu bo ilcrlitd
fruni the Exhibition ot 1'roducl or Mauufacturea at
AunUr.Um In liil. lliu
Iwiorti uud DeaUr In VtuvM, Rmijm
JleUI. Jlnuiti Furulahlsir Uooda, Cnxkcir. W'aa and
China Harv. 1'ucllcal Mccl-anlci, llonolam, H. I.
W 1 ly
1NSUWANCE Y COMPANY
j&l OF CALIPOmJrri.
Assets, : :
Losses Paid, Over
THE LARGEST PACIFIC COAST CO.
Dwelling IllikinSpiclslll-i Dltudinl llwclllin nntH witiiiU Iiniir -il for n I'nl- il .1 rliru. luiii ''!'"'
I'rrnilnma ui Aihance A alto wrlti upon Mercliiimllfe per Klrtt C'lifs S' i' IhIwi-cii till Tort nml I lie
t'oint Ports, covetlnu l.os or Dainasc If Aiiioniitlnjjtn "ejen prr lint nr mnr. mi tin sonnil Value of the
AMioIc Mlilpmcnt at Tort nf llellery anil nn irepnreil Imnske fonlracts Civ. rlne Mlilpmenl. from I'lanlnllon"
tliroiifjli toMan l'ronrlC"i Incliulln Kite lll-kwlilloln ll.iiioliiliiui Ittn'Trili -lupin .1 i p. 1 1 u ubl.Tirm
&jy wily DiettOP t Oo., Affontw.
T I IB VNlOflT FB B l CJO.,
A. W. BUSH, Manager.
Hay, Grain and Mixed Feed
OI AZ1I1 IC I W D 13 ,
I5Loit Constantly lxx Stocls.,
M HUM) AT A HIIAOI! Hl'.I.OW IIKOCIiAH ItATJ'A
"fir Our Mininntr islls Snn I'ruueisco rc'KUlnrly for the puriHisu of biijiiif' tw our (jtipiilio, nml as
wn buy in I.nrf-cr Qunnlltlcs limn nny other IJrnltr,
a. "jnt r iPAnr cash,
And nt tho wiuio timo Seturo l-'reiKhU AT IXJWI.lt JtA'J'lIS, wo tire ucimud to Supply
our rrlomls nnd I'nlronn
At Prices to Defy Competition!
"Vtr o XX nxro 3J o t7ir o au. 3E3C aucl
THE LARGEST STOCK OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
For -A.11 Hllixc3Lw oi Stoclt
'I lint cuii bo found miywhcro In thu City, nnd mo prepared lo furnish
imr friends on tho Other Islnndi,
WITH CARGO LOTS
- ir itKQTjiitno.
We Sell Wholesale and Retail
SOLICIT ORDERS FROM THE SMALLER DEALERS
To whom wo nro prepared lo limko Special Jtnlcu for nny 1'urclinnct) uf OV1.I5
6 TOASTS OF EEA.Y OK G-RAUST !
lly inoiupt iiltcnlioti lo the wants of our numeroUH eUHlouicrs, wo hope for n eouliuuauco of tlio
putroiint-o fo libornliy bestowed upon uh in tho paid, nnd it will bo our cudcaor to Keep on hand nt nil I imci
DF'eexaL ojc -tlx Very Best cxi.atlltrs'"-
Spceial ntleution j-neii to Ordcm from the Other Inlands, nnd l'runipl Dclivury Utiaranlccd.
I'Si Our Mannper will visit San Francisco by Iho next Htenmcr to I'tirrluiHo I-'resh Supplied for our
nlready 1'xtousivo Stock, uud will bo happy to execute nny Ordora for Cioods that may bo required by our
patron, jp,,. CT OOTAlIlVEISSilOTNr.
M Wl ym
nwvmmw i mo
Prices of Cartage :
ON AND AFTER MAY I,
The folloiilns I'HICi: will bo Chnrj-ed
On All Sugars, Rice, Coals, loose &
bagged; Iron, Machinery &
0U-UAKT.tUt.-Uii All Suijara and Jtlco will be
S5 ct. per ton or SOCIO lb-, within tin followliis bounda
ries: r.tiiAUA WAKi:iiuiNi:, htkanek'h
NIIED and tha UITY I'UONT, on a line or llic nbotc
named Warehouse; alto, I'llUH lllli:tVKIt A- t'o.'
tVIIAItt' TO T.IK t'IMI .M.tllKtrr WllAKt'.
l'roin K-planailo to tho (Juecn Street Wharf, flT" J cl.
All bugar and lllco to bo Delltcrcd on Iho Wharf, and
NOT ON THE VESSELS' RAILS AS FORMERLY: OR IF OE
LIVERED ON THE VESSELS' RAILS 37 1-2 CTS. PER TON.
Coal, bacKod, S7);c per Ion, -i.'1'l lb.
Coal, looiie, Wc per ton, !JW b., or any part
Lnts of Coal over SO loin, IHcpcrton.
Carting and Piling Coal, per ngn-cim-nl
Ilrlck, $1 peril.
Ilrlck, preiacd, il.UI per!.
Lime, aTJic per load.
Cement, :l-!c per lo.ul.
Mcrchaudiio to Iloml. J7!;c per (tliiaie hud.
I'rom Uoml, B"c per aliiL-lo load.
Molaanci, SiKr per alujjle load.
Oenrral Mcrchandlao to Iho Island blcaincra und
rithonncra, U)e, per alniilo load.
licncralSlcrchanillae, cxrluilroortho aboit-, :iT(ic
per load or ton, Includlnslho followlui buund
','?,.,.. ""ctaiilii.Alakca and Slauuakca Bn
nnd City Front.
Iron and Machinery, Wc per tun or load.
Kxtra Jlachlnery aud Mafta, per agreement
Lumber, Wc per M.
l'oiti. lie each.
ltubblili and lllrt. 0"c per alin-Io load.
Uoata, lie each.
Itlaek Hand, tier apcclul agreement.
Whlto Band, $-.,.W per -Ingle load.
ootl, GOc per cord,
From the City Front to any of tho
Following Places :
Kukul ritrcet, DUc per tingle loud.
hchiipl Hlrrit. between Jfmma and Ililtlge.iSc i-rr
Walnlula, aceond bridge, St per ilngle load.
Judd Street, tl Wper -liigloliiail.
Ico Work. JJ SU.
Llco aud bcliool btrei-u, t jkt tingle load
I'auuul, $J per alnglu load.
Koholaloa, II per alngle load,
Kakukao, ft ptr elnglo load.
Alopali, (I'alama). ji.W per iluglu Itud
U allcr'a. Kallhl. 1 per tlnglu load.
I'auoa, 2.'J) per tingle load.
I'aa, il.W per tlugle load,
l'uuahou, J-4 per alnglo load.
Iijianc Atilnm. il.UI ytt tingle luatl
Alatial (I'alamO. $1 Jipcr tliifilc load.
oV.2J.J'0Wlli,' ilagazliit., 55 per tlnglo IimiJ nf
trum Ooy't I'oudcr Hagmlnc, $1 ptr iliixlv load of
1000 lb, orlett.
'Jucvn't lloiplial ?Dc per tlugle load
Kerotene lloute, 73c per tingle luad.
Oahn I'rlton, $1 per tlnglo load.
IIEUBAHIl i. CO.
HKO. II, ItOIIKHIbON
r.... -MII8. O. I. WAItll,
' " (F. lltttTACK. tiana-LH
INVE8TMEMT ic AGENCY CO.,
euritiet. for long or jSgOI-d ."lo
N" i -r'11 f 7--
to bu nddrcbsul to
-A.. "SJSJ. STJSSL-.
MANAOUH OF UNION l'ilEU CO,
It is u well-known nnd aclcnowlcilged
fact that tlio Midnight VHSussin
nnd Poisoner do fur
Tlmn tho daily neglect and thotight
lehsness of thoso who fail (o keep tlm
Human Franio properly Olothed and
Shod. In view of thebo facts, and in tlm
iutcrestri of tho jnihlie and liimself,
A. M. Mellis
Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods !
Lndien' aud Gentlemen's lioots & Shocn,
Solo Agent for tho International
Has determined to placo it within the
reach of all to ohtnin Every Article
Suitahlo for tho Olimato that Man or
Woman cau Wear, of tho Best Material
and AT THE LOWEST CASH PRI
CES, uud huving hut ONE VlllQE,
tho Purchaser of One Dollar is on tho
fcanio footiug as tho Buyer to tho extent of
100 Dollars !
Tho Clothing of the abovo well-known
Co. aro famous for the Eleganco of their
Cut nnd tho Durability of Muterial :
Gents' Silk Mixture Suits,
Gents' Doeskin Suits,
Gents' Pants und Vests,
Bpys' and Youtlts' Clothing,
Light Summer Suits, quito new;
'Ho lias, for fioino years, endeavored to
meet the ipntronagu of tho Inhabitants
of tho Hawaiian Mauds, and is very
thankful for tho Biipjxrt ho has received
anil that ho considors as his chief
Reward ! !
llu would call attention to tho follow
ing Special Lines which ho has Imported
Direct from tho Manufacturers, Pur
chased for Cash, uud which ho is nblo to
offer AT LOWKK PBIOKS than over
offered in Honolulu bofon; and it his
Thai n Good Article, ut it l-'air Price,
must command u Share of tho Trndo of
Ladies' Kid Sandals, Ladies Fine Em
broideries, Ladies' Rnsi-ia Prineos Hoot.
UUlto now: Glovo Kid Prineu Allmrl.
Shoes, Gents' Embroidered Onom Klin
jxirs, Gents Kid Albert Tie Shoe, u
Full Line of Bronze, Pink ami Blue
Children's uud Bryant's Shoes.
. E3T Tho Bool and Shoo Department
is un Entirely Now Brinish, and ho will
only lo too happy to show thoo Gootk
to purchasers or otherwise.
AurmsD M M-BIXIft,
, ". '"'f-m Htmnxv.
f-Mil4 WmktUr, Btxxwtttor, fUUx
niMrutlltm, Wathtlw. NhL
l .,. Ax. .ZiJu'Jtm kDk-i Ju.