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There Is Hill tirn to chronicle in rnmmcrclal clicks
Trade contlnnm brisk, tin) show n.i Importsnl chance
from lot Wf fk.
The dfpsrtnrcs tor Hi C ! lm- Ix-i n the Ida Sch
osuer with TH.KWIIm sojfir awl HPI glls wola.ees Tl,
aril at Y,,m I J, ami llir u. trails with 073,10) II"
ft tut i 'JS.),TI) lbs rlrr ami other prodiid1 rained at
flemal tciicl. lis.e arrltrd during the week ami arc
now lUtctiantlng carer) They will all hare qnick ril
patch for San FrnnfUro The Emerald srrlrnl from
Tort Town.rnd with 7J7,IM ft of lumber, poits,
shingles, etc, anil thr I'smIc Harvard, from Humboldt
tilth JI",M ft lumber The Au.trfttla bronrjhtTII tVt
potatoes and a limited amount of other mcrchondlio
from tho Colonics The Kalakana, V O Irwin and W
II .Meyer harciarh brought full aatortrd cai;oe from
the Cos.t supplying many articles of which the stock
was growing short.
Adtlcci from Han Francisco note knottier adianee on
sucar of a quarter com. There Is a good demand for
storied rice and Hawaiian still continues to be sent
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Mat 7 Am sch ( at.lc llsyirard Lellalllsler from
film l.lkcllke from Windward I'ort
tm Kllaiua Hon from Kilinltil
Heli (tin I HI set from Walalui
-I'M "IS Atntrulla, targlll, from Anstralla
9-Htm Iwalanl. from .Maniacs Kona and Kati
Hch Haunonl from N'aullhilll
Hch .Ma n a from I'aukaa
Heh Kaala from Ualanao
10-llawlik Kalakana, Digits, from Han l'ran
Htm Walmanalo, from Walmnnalo.
II Am bgtnc W (t Irnln. Turner, from Han l'ran
. Am bk Tiirnes Abbey, (lucst, las fm lloton
IJ-Am bttno W II .Meyer, Hone, from Hon I'ran
Mini I.ehns, from liana and Mnlokal
Htm Mokolll, from Koolau
Hch I'.itnhl, from Kobolalele
rich l.nki, (mm Keawaell
Hch Kaiilkcioull, from llniiokaa
Hch Walmalii, from Kohala
Hch Nettle Merrill, from I.abalna
Mar 0 hch .Marlon, for Kiikulhnele
Heh Wallclcfor Jtallko
S-PMHH Anstralla, (,'arglll, for San I'ranciscu
Hch Ka Mol for Liiipihnchuc
Htm U It Illshop ror hauai
Heh Mary ro.fr, for I'unnliiu
Htm Jas Makec for Kaiml
(Htm l.chua for .Molokal and Maui
JHtm .Mokolll, for Koolau
mm t.aunnnaiu, ironi taininnao
acn nannokawsl ror Hanamiilii
i Heh Walchu, for Onomca
Hch Malum, for Ilakalan
-Mtmr l.lkcllke for Ulnilnard l'orti
Htm Kllanea Hon, for Kahuliil
Hch I'rlnce for .N(VIIIIII
Hell Ueii'l Hired, for walallia
10-Hch Mholiho. for llonuapo
II Him Innlanl. forilaalacn, Konn and Kan
VomoI in Port,
Haw bk Kalakana, Dlggs
Am bgtne W (I Irwin. Turner
Aw bk Furnce, Abbey finest
Am bgtne W It Meyer, Hone
'Am bgtne Morning Mar Hray
Brit sh Fiona, IlhiNles
Am bk Emerald, Lord
Am sch Cassle Iluyward, Lcllillistcr
Vcaaolsi Expoctml at Honolulu, from Foreign
Am bk EdttardMii), Johnson, Liverpool, due Maria
no, C llrrncr A. Co, .igcnts
tier Ilk Htella, Hommer, Ne York, due. Castle A,
tier hlw'I'arndoi, lliirtdon", Ncn Castle on True, duo
July 15.M, II IlTickfeld A. Co, Agents.
tier bk Adolnh, llunfrr, New Custle on Tync, due June
MSB, 11 Ilackfeld A Co, Agents.
bk l'rlscllla, New Castle, N H W, due .May
I5-S. W tiller .. C. Airpnt.
LU.7b,V .!lc' Itotlifna, llnmcii, to sail in all April,
Brit 8 H Monarch. Ht Michaels, due June 25-10.
nktnc Eureka, lVnhallow, Han Fran, due April IXWHI
Haw seh Julia, Tierney, Hoiith hea Is, duo May 15 A F
Ilk Calbarlcu, Hubbard, ban Fran, duo Castle A,
llktne J A Palklnbnrg, Forbes, Han Fran, due May 15
20, Castle i, Cooke, Agents
TM 8 HCIiyof Hydney, Dearborn, San Fran, dne May
IS. Ilackfeld A. Co, Agents
(ler bk Joscfn, llortsinann, Cardlft", duo Aug WO Ilack
feld & Co, Agents
Anna Precht, New Castle, N H W, load-
lug March Hi
IV11 jy'.'r'.1"1'."""''' Liverpool, due August WU,
SO. Til llavlcs A, Co. Agents
nrit ( Slrathalrly, , Hongkong. la ban Fran-
, Cisco, due May 1V.M, IiockfclU A. Co, Agents
Ilk Itcvcrr, Mclntyre, Nannlmo, due May 15-al Allen A
Am bgtne J 1) Hpnckils, Frlls, ban Francisco, due, W
CI Irwin A, Co, Agonts
Am bk 1) C Mnrrny, Jcnks, ban Francisco, due May V.'O-
13, behaefer .V. Co, Agents
Am bktnc W It Dlmond. Ilondlctt. "an Francisco, due
May IM-gj, Imlu A. Co, Agents
Repoit of the H H Anstralla, Capt. Carglll, from H,
nllot ney and Auckland to Han Francisco. Discharged
r inu .lutKiaim in nan i raucisco.
Hydney, on, sotu April, at I ilS p m
on njuuey, on --"ill .ipru, at in; p ni; ugii
slljrht Huutherly winds proalktl up to tliu
light winds with
thtt Three Klmrs. 'Jtth at 3il5 a m. ,rmiiulrii Vnrti, i!.,
at S:31 a in, and received pilot off Auckland at II :13 a m
same day. After discharging and recilvlncN.Z. malls,
passengers and cargo proceeded to sea at 0 p in, or Ihc
iSth April. Passed from E to W ionglludo on the gTth:
fresh head winds with cloudy wentlur prcallid up to
the Slth; jiasaed tho H h Zcalandia ntSp m on theitth
hound houth; cloudy woallier with frequent squalls and
showers on tho Sd May. Crossed ibis Equator on the
morning of the 3d, In long 1CI IV W; experienced
squally weather with frequent hard showers on the 1th
and 5th Inst, and received pilot oft" Honolulu, eth lust
st .1:10 n in.
Ham FnAvcnico Arrlicd In April: 13, Am bgtne J D
Hpreckels, Frlls, II daja from Kahulul; 1J, Am bk
Henry lluck, Davis, henco March 'JO; IJ, Am tern Ea,
Paul, hence March 30; IS, PMb-s City of Hydnoy, Dear
born, bencu April 10; 10, Am bktno Ella, llrownell,
hence March SS; !M, Am bk 11 C Murray, Havens, htnc
April 3j so. Am bktnc W II Dlmond, Houdlott. hence
April 4 a). Am schr Leo, Harrington, henco March 8S;
it. Am sch Claus hpreckels. Cousins, Vi days from
kakulult St, Am bk Ferris b Thompson, Potter, lSdays
Kl'itKkA-Arrhcd April 10,
henco March 23.
Am tern Jas Townscud,
llnEHCiiiAMK Arrhed March 30, Haw hark Kale,
Koth(us,to load for Honolulu,
The Haw bk Kalakaim arrived on Widncsday last
from Hati Francisco, with a general cargo of inerclian.
dlse which she is discharging at tho old Custom House
nan. Among ucr passtugers was tur uouipany or
i pronoso to c ve a few entertainment
. n here, prior to their vuyago tu China. Tho Kalakana rt
W' - tirna to Han Francisco on or about Widucsday next
s. n nrrr. urioi
The bgino II Meyer arrived from bun Francisco
yesterday, aud docked at Kroner A Co's wharf where
sb Is discharging a general cargo of merchandise. Hue
win prociou io an i raucitco wun u tun cargo about
The Anc Am bk Furness Abbey nrrlted from Uostou,
uuTlsunda) last altera passagu of Uudays and docked
. attllrtsr A. Co'a wharf wbero sha Is discharging a
largo assorted cargo of general merchandise,
Tim Am schr Castle llaywanl arrived lastHunday
from Humboldt, with A cargo of lumber which she is
discharging at the Esplanado opposite the Custom
House. Hue will sail for ban Francisco to-day.
Tho Am bgtne W II Irwin arrived from ban Francis
co on Thursday last anil ilockul at the Esplanade
where she Is lion discharging Hhu ri turns to Han
Francisco the latter part of next nick.
iThe Am bk Emerald Is discharging lumber at the
foot of Fort ht.
The Urlt ship Flnui Is discharging coal and loading
sugar at the Hh I.lkcllko'a wharf, bha will sail for
Han Francisco In a few daya.
The PMbH Australia suited for bail Francisco last
Monday full of freight, and u full passenger list, bhe
(as the last steamer) did not haw room for cabin pas
senger from this port Passenger! having to take tlulr
f haucti the best nay the) could,
(Tar, I'M Mb City of Sydney lll be duo from bau
Franclsko tills p in.
The bteam Wluhr llouhead was launched at Han
Francisco, April 1Mb. The tint steam whaler built at
The British H S Mary Tathmn, from Hongkoiig for
Portland, llr.. has bieu lost on tlm Jnnali Const. '1'li.t
crew were all saved. Attn,
From Port Tun mend, per Emerald, May 0 -7V7.1J8 It
lumber, M,7U) laths, and 1773 pickets
From Humboldt, pir Cassia llayward. May b-SU),-tuifeetredwooil,
From Auckland, per Australia, May o-filt sks pota
toes, la Ingots tin, and II pkgs suudrlrs.
From bau Frauclsco, pir Kalakaus, Mar II -bchacfer
A Co, IM budli shingles, U bales hay, IJ7 sks feed. 1XU
hbls lime, III bbls salmon, !KUe crackers, S pku,mdse;
0 Lucas. II) bbl lime. Wm biltkiiMuyi Co,mopkgs
croct U Aluug, I da chickens, I capstan, a c groct A w
flush, 4! r bread! V E Williams, 2 Vix eg.'s, M nkg furnl
ns, 2 bx egjs, M pkg furnl
lure; Wilder A. Co, 1 emdse, Allen A. lUiblusun, 1U.M
einorn a i. o. i c inn
04t A Co, 7 c station
rrttTCIlbruiu.Tc do: Holies A Co, 11
t Co. tl ok l? L-roc: (I
I T Mossnian.StT pkr groc; C M'Cul-
ly, M bales Iiayt r. t Hall Bon, 3 pkg nidse: Levvers
i, Cuoke.Jc itlnij J 11 Palmer, SI pkg tallica, M b
tlrlnbaum, CM pk groc
From ban Frauclsco, per W tl Irwin, May II -W (1
Irnla.VSt uk telenhour material, 101 pkg shtvks, 'a
pkg turnllutr, I piano, M pkg mdse, S poles, & bndls
wire, Miotics, I itw, I mule, lit bales bags, 1ft) c soap,
apkgdcskt llrowu .lo, io c whiskey; Macfarlauc J:
Co, ulcwlne, llollea a.Co, UlcgrociO V Wells, St pkg
sewlug machi E 1' Adams, Wpkg furniture, TU Foster
'.'."I pkg iron, :k) bales bay, aud tndso for Chinese fltois
From lloiton, per lumen Abbey, Ma) It -llrewer A
Lo.SI vehicles, .UUcskcro.cue ifbbls vlnegai, S pkgs
dried apples, lt pc pi:
plaster, 10 k lealhrr, Vf)
iianvs. si cs crackers, ft) libls
at tons. SMI pkgs shooka and heads and .nn,lr to.
Halt A nun, 3d Wis Irou. 17 pkgs stoics, U) cs kerosene
MokgsnalU.Mipkghdnaiv, Allen A ltoblnsou, SM
tic lumber; Urlubauui J Co, 10 bbls beer, iJO kgs nails,
iudes instcbest Hon Iruu Works, td pkg pipe; Hyman
Uras, I piano, CsX) cs kerust nr ISi pkg uicrcbandfse ; J
T Waterhouie, TUIcs kerosene, SAIkgs nails, W) cans
matches, iMpkc bdwirvi Pelrce X Co. 1413 pkgs cor
dage; Castle & Cookr, pkg hdware und glaisnare: E
1' Adams, 1 dog
'Fur ban Francisco, per Ida scbuauir
Mav 5-713 'J!J
u-s aastar, si gue uioias
For Ssu Fiandico. tr Australia. Mar ttlh IJJ tons
iir, 1W tout rice, aud itu) buchi bauanss.
Prom Windward Torts, per Llkellke. May 7 Major
Wodehonse, A H Oleghorn Mrs (! I, Kitlldte, K J
Uwrl". A Young, II A Drldges, W II Olsen, W II HoL
mis, A M Hpronit, C I. Tlsdale, Mrs J Itsnton. Visa J
Wlrjht.J Lewis, Miss V Wight, Miss M Wight. J Ward,
ll.f Joyre. K I' llasllnirs. Mrs Metlrath, II Cornwell, M
Taylor, E Winston. It II Darning, Capt u Taylor, N Kel
sey and wife, Miss Aholo.
Prom Hydney, per Australia, May ft-Mr A P White,
and 7 steerage, and IS3 cabin and 61 steerage In transit
ror nan rrancisco.
ror Han Francisco, per Australia, May eth-Oeneral
Dlmond. J II Snrefkel.. (Jot II
ei, hot iiaiiiuay, v vomerg, i u
roster anil wire, T U alollln.en and rsmllr,
W Tartler, W (J Needham, II Netter, J O Tncker,
:ker. J M
Thompson, W O Hopper, C J Flshel, V Ilrogll, Mrs J
M I.awlor, Mrs Allen Herbert, Mrs I.oTell annchlldren,
Mrs Htaekpole. Mrs Henry Waterhouie, Miss V Water
house, Mrs Mdlryde and I chlldrtn.
For, Kllanea, per James Makee, Mar S-Marshal
Parke. (J T Ilrlgttock, Col Spalding, wife and child,
and Miss UiMMn.
For Koloa, per K It Ilishop, May 8 J Arnold, J Irnln
For Maul,, per Lehua, Mart K Jones and wife, and
For Han Francisco, per Ida Scbnaner, Mar 5- John
For Han Francisco, per W (I Irwin May 11 J M May.
on. V J Ilegan. JU Ilamsdell, O A Casen, Jont T
O'Neill, (J F Molleno. wife and 1 children, Margaret T
Agnew, and one Chinaman.
From Han Francisco, per Kalakana, May tlth-John
Leonard, H Ooldbnrg. W Matdale, II .Vonroe, II Men
den, J Uniworlh, Mr Kugenr. Edward (lloter and wife,
(IHarrony M Marks, (I CMalheson, Mrs Lord, 0 (1
Published for the HituatuT Parss Assocutiom by
ItOIlEKT OltlKVE A CO.,
Hook, Job and (Jcncral Printers,
Honolulu, II I
Notices of any events of Interest transpiring on the
other lsland will always be thankfully recelrcd for
publication. Correspondents are requested to append
their true names to all communications, not for puhlt-,
cation necessarily, but as a gnarantee that the wrltir
is acting in gouu raun
MAY 1.1, 1682
Ono of tho benefits resulting from tho Art
lioau Exhibition in this city should ho tho
founding of museum worthy of tho tiamo.
Probably thoro aro fetv who wcro moro sur
prised at the various and beautiful display
which is about to bo brought to a close than
tho exhibitors themselves. Even those who
haro been tolerably familiar with the adorn
ments of thoir neighbors' houses wro unaware
of tho treasures which havo been hoarded in
" my lady's chamber ;" raro laces, rich jewels,
and the souvenirs that make shrines of tho un
frequented nooks and corners of rt home.
It is truo that much of littlo interest to any
ono savo its possessor has crept into the exhi
bition ; but oven theso odds aud ends havo
their mission, for tho joins of tho collection
aro benefitted by tho contrast and some baro
spaco has been hidden out of sight. We,
therefore, for this reason, aud for others, do
not feel authorized to criticise whero the object
is so worthy and tho results so satisfactory.
Many articled of great historical interest
havo been gathered together, somo of them
visiblo to tho public eyo for tho first timo, and
wo feel that if those who havo been unable to
visit tho exhibition rooms are never to have
nu opportunity to examine theso vnluablo
relics, it will bo a miefortuno for which thoy
aro in no wjbo to blame.
Honolulu is visited by a vast number of
tourists; whenever tho mail ste.tmor is de
tained during pleasant hours of daylight, tho
through passengers scour the capital in search
of the "sights," and wc may satisfy oursolves
that tho exploration terminates in a pretty
frco discussion of tho outward evidences of
our social, political nnd religious lifo. We
may not euro a fig for the opinions of the
Toms, Dicks, or Harrys of Australia or of tho
Coast ; wc will undoubtedly snrvivo it, of
whatever nature it may be ; but inasmuch as
they are for tho time bcine our guests ; inas
much as they are honestly eager to learn
something of ub and aro willing to drivo to the
Pali over a wretched road, in the pouring rain
becjuso they havo heard of its marvelous
beauty; inasmuch as they aro pretty sure to
find their way into tho Government House if
they aro English mid haunt the curio shops,
poor as theso are, and take with them tome
thing which may bo a palpable reminder of a
brief, but, wo trust, always agreeable visit, it
is ti pity that we have nut a museum to which
all may bo admitted and whero tho relics of
tho past may bo gathered and creditably dis
played. Wo refer chiefly to the relics of the
past, because to them must ever pertain the
most interest, and the admirable exhibit of
Hawaiian antiquities at the Art Loan rooms is
sufficient for tho foundation of a first-class
It mukt bo couftised that tho room in the
Government House allotod to the miscellane
ous and uncatalogued Jric-u-iroc is unworthy
tho uatno of museum. Sufficient appropriation
lias not been made for its maintenance und
thero is no society or association to tuke
chargo of it. A suitablo room or suito of rooms
is needed, in chargn of a curator who should
bo on the promises at cortain hours of tho day.
Tho collection should bo properly classified
mid thoroughly catalogued; tho catalogue
should bo of a descriptive nature, for without
this specialty tho chief interest pertaining to
tunny of tho Hawaiian antiquities is utterly
lost. Tho publio might be invited to contrib
ute to this national musoum. It could be the
safo repository of many objocts of great value
aud interest which aro new locked away iu
safes, or if preserved at homo may bo objects
of some solicitude to tho possessors. When
tho Prince of Wales returned from India laden
with tho splendid gifts whioli Eattoni potent
atcs had heaped upon hiut, he exhibited them
to tho publio at South Kensington Museum,
if we aro not in error.
The loan department iu tho museum would
bo u feature alike creditablo tu the generosity
of tho individual and tho completeness and
excellence of tho instituliou. To this admirable
resort the publio should be admitted gratis at
all seasons of tho year. The explanatory cat
alogue, valuable for its historical references,
coulc bo sold for a sum sufficient to cover tho
expense of publication. The nativo population,
by the inspection of so interesting a collection
of curios, would acquire a just appreciation of
this, tho history of their race. To the for
eigners these tangible evidences of tho aborig
inal lifo must ever be of profound interest.
Wo refer particularly to tho department of
Hawaiian antiquities, because though the n
tiouul museum need by no meaut be limited to
these, it is these chiefly that wilt give it char
acter und a reputation which will by no means
be limited to this Kingdom,
Among other depsrtineuts should bo ono for
views which faithfully represent scenery and
scenes peculiar to the Islands. Mr. Furneaux's
soric of volcanic studies, aud others we could
nicution, should find a place iu this depart
ment. With a nucleus for a museum estab
lished, contribution of various articles wouW
pour io as seou as tho publio became assured
that they would be properly aud permanently
placed on exhibition.
To tend oTtr tlio numerous petitions thai
liave been presented tutlie Legislature for im
provements in various parts of tlio Kingdom,
should couvinco otio that somo form of local
government should lo inaugurated In Honolulu
and other leading towns on the Islands. Tlio
! .rt?..l t It. a nAltltnna or 1 nrtttttrt itni V fne
"J""V"' "" ,'...- - -s. -"-v -
tlio lonsiiicrauoil 01 me IjIL'ioimiim u, urn nut a
fowaro strictly local. Thuro is one, for in
stance, asking nn appropriation of 81,600 for
sidewalks, etc., for tho town of Vailuku,Maui.
Under tlio existing laws, tho pcoplo of Wnlluku
havs as much right to assistance from tho Gov
ernment treasury as tho city of Honolulu, and
Honolulu has no more right to it than any villago
in any part of the group. Thero is a class of
improvements that nro common only to citioa
or towns; and why should pcoplo in tho coun
try bo mado to contributo their proportion of
taxes toward improvements from which thoy
receive no honcfit? Again, why should tho
Legislature ho called upon to legislato for nil
of tho towns and villages in tho country, tho
majority of which they know nothing about?
And when any work of :i strictly local natttro
U needed, why should the pcoplo, who undor
st'and thoir wants, be compollcd to appeal to n
body, tho majority of whomh.ivono opportuni
ty of becoming thoroughly acquainted with
tlio requirements of community of which they
j,, nof form a Dart? If streets in Honolulu
. ... ..,.,, r
nro to uo wtucncu or inacutiniinzcii, u pipca ui
furnishiiig wator to tho city aro to bo laid, if
any work bo done that can only bonufit tho pco
plo of Honolulu, is It right to ask all tho peo
ple from Hawaii to Niihati to boar thoir pro
portionate share of tho expenso ? Tho incon
veniences arising in thi city from tho want
of n local government aro too tiuiuctons to men
tion. Thuro should bo specified city limits,
tho district insido of which should bogovornod
by si Mayor nnd City Council or Board of Su
pervisors, having tho powor of passing ordi
nances for local government. Tho timo was
when the general government was sufficient to
transact all businoss for all parts of the King
dom; but that timo has past. Thoro is prob
ably no town of tho population of Honolulu in
any civilizod country that is not allowod to
mako such laws as apply only to itsolf j oven
despotic Russia docs not deny this privilege.
The people of nilo and Wnlluku aud other
places might bo allowed to elect a Board of Su
pervisors or select-men to bcrvo without pay,
or to be paid only for nctu.il work, to mako
such local regulations as from timo to timo
might bo necessary. Tho opinion was onco
advanced that tho Mayor of Honolulu would,
in somo caBcs, bo abovo tho King in authority.
If any such idea still prevails, let tho King bo
mado ez-ojficio Mayor. At any rate, Honolulu
ought to havo a city government.
Tho report of tho Minister of Finance to tho
Legislative Assembly exhibits tho financial
condition of tho Kingdom at tho end of tlio
biennial period. On March 3Ut, I860, thoro
was a balanco in tho Treasury of S338.880.J4 ;
during tho period expiring March 31st of tho
present year tho Govornment has derived tho
following rovenno from tho sources niincd :
From foreign posts 8719,215.35; from fines
and penalties $09,056, GO ; internal commorco
8141,744.38; internal taxes 8580,015.01 ; fccB
and perquisitics 8110,082.10; Govornment
realizations $303,580.29, making a total with
tho above balance of 82,109,140.38. Tho
expenditures, for tho samo period wcro $2,282,-,
599.33 leaviog a balanco of 81 20,6 J 1 .05. Tho
large appropriations for small-pox expenses
and for othor special purposes did much to
lesson tho amount of balance.
During the biennial period tlio public debt
has been decreased 889,700 and tho amount of
the same on the 1st of April was 8290,200;
during tho current fiscal period the sum of
869,300 will bocomo due and payable. Tlio
estimated revenue for tho period ending
March 31st, 1881, is 81,915,251.05. Tho
estimated expenditures for tho samo period
are $2,923,800.50 leaving nn expected deficit
of 81,008,609.45. For the purposes of immi
gration a loan of $500,000 is recommended.
The imports for the past fiscal period show nn
increaso of $1,431,898.90 and the exports a
gratifying increase of 84,352,981.43; theso
are the minimum figures that could bo placed
on the values of articles imported and exported.
The estimated expenditures of tho Treasury
for tho fiscal period ending March 3lst, 1881,
are, civil list 894,000, a decreaso of 810,000
from last period ; permaucnt sottlemeuts S15,
000, a decreaso of 84,600; Legisluturo and
Privy Councifho change; Judiciary department
8114,050, an increaso of $18,062.60 ; Depart
ment of Foreign Affairs 8151,202,50, an
increaso of $21,102,00; Intorior Department
$1,824,084, an increase of $700,104 ; Financo
Department $339,080, an increaso of $0,410,
75; Department of Attemoy General $21 8,
800, an increase of $82,000 ; Bureau of Pub
lio Instruction $113,14 1, an incroaBo of S3 1,124.
Many of the petitions that havo been pre
sented to tho Legislature aro absurd in the ex
treme, and somo aro deserving of a placo in
the comic column of u "pbutmy" uowspapar.
Tho member who presents them cannot always
of course receive tho blamo for bringing them
before tho publio, as Legislators frequently in
troduce petitions, bills aud resolutions from
their constituents which thoy do not favor, und
for which they do not vote; but, nevertheless,
it would do no harm to exorcise a littlo judg
ment iu tho matter, and adviio constituents to
do tho same. Of this class, aro petitions that
parents who havo five childron bo exempt from
taxation; that the Independence of Hawaii bo
perpetuated; that all native Hawaiian under
contract bo released at 12 o'clock every Satur
day; that all tho Government physicians but
one bo discharged; that the Govorumont borrow
several million dollars; and uuuy others of an
indefinite nature. Some pooplo appear to en
tertain a ery exalted opinion of a petition or
resolution to which thoir name is appended,
and it seems to have developed into quito a
mania hero. It is ulways well to think twice
before signing a document of this kind ouco,
as was found to be the ciso by soveral persons
in Honolulu some time since. A multitude of
uousentical petitions tend to detract from those
that merit careful consideration.
Still fires an occasional but illy uitued shot
at the Islauds aud our commercial relations
with the United States. Its magaziue of lies
is runoiug low, and its discharges are growing
so weak as scarcely to awake an echo. Its
latest seusatiou is an account of an indignation
Meeting iu Norway where many letters wero
presented from Norwegian s&ircs- on these
Islands. The King is said to be iu sympathy
with tho movement, and a commissioner will
bo sent to Hawaii to investigate tho mailer.
Tho Hawaiian and Norwegian Consuls at San
Francisco, and tho Hawaiian Legation at Wash
ington luvo received no information from tho
Oo eminent of Norway regarding this matter,
upon which tho "llvo paper" seems to bo so
Wise and Otherwise.
If tho pwplo from tho country districts continue
to "pctish" and "rooluto" the Assembly as thoy
Uaodonf, tho l.nnnnmksalnatins will havo some
committee work to engage their nttcntion.
Twclvo thousand two cent stnntpt, with paper,
pens, ink etc., ImrltiR been distributed runout; tlio
Nobles and lteprescntnttreit, wo will expect to sco
n larRo increase in Intcr-island currefpondenco
whilo tho session lasts.
The petitions scut to tlio Lei'lsUturo opcrnto
liko n sec-saw, Ono petition prayx for tlio salo of
opium ntul nnothor that it bo not sold; ono that
liquor bo sold to Hnwnlinns nnd nuotlier tint the
salo lio prohibited) one Hint tho Government bor
row sovernl million dollars nnd another tlmt It do
Iho Unwiiilnn Government cm not bo called a
cow, yet thoro nro n Rood number who focm desir
ons of milkinc It for nil It U worth. Tlio petitions,
for appropriations for tonds and bridges amount
to ?ld7,0t.i0; fur railroad subsidks $I.V),000; for ir
rigation $80,000: for wharves nnd harbor improve
menu ?W,000: for publio buildings fDOO; other
purposes 3l,(;2u; total for two weeks .?8?J,l'."i
mottoi tins tn addition tome regular cstttmitc.
The Nativo Press.
r'tom the Iwkvii.)
What the Jjeoiumtuiu: Ooonr to no, Donbt
leis tho expectations of vour roadors nto consider
ably raised ns tu nhnt will bo dune, in'tho prosout
ioa(loii of tho Legislature for tho w elf nro of tho
coantry and the people And probnbly their hope)
aro sot npon seoing cortain raoasnrcs carriod for
tlio public Rood. Huch things ns internal I mpr mo
menta, tlio pnblio lilglnvnjH, rnilronds, roads nnd
bridcos, nnd such like, nro things that cannot bo
neglected, lint pains should bo taken in this di
rection that nil section nro cared for, nnd tlint
none bo uojloctcd. All legislation that iu for tho
protection nnd process of agriculture and other
industries is proper, for on theso pursuits tho conn
try depends for Its prosporlty. If tho pooplo nro
not industrious, the country goes to decay.
lint wo believe that ono department of govorn
ment Is intimately connected with t bowel faro nnd
tbo lite of too nation, n dcpnltrucnt whoso import
nnco tins not been fully recognized iu tlio past, nnd
Hint is, tlio department of education, Tbo cfllclon
cy of this branch of tbo public sorvico shonld bo
strengthened, so that it may bo ablo to carry out
Its labors nnd accomplish Its objects fully. Labor
is tbo road to wealth, but education Is tbo road to
bcaltb nnd pence. Thuro in only ono power that
can conquer the follioi nnd tbe evils that afflict
this nation, nnd that is. tho spread of knowledge
Tbo laws which forbid evil practices nro valuable
aids, which cannot bo dispensed with, but tho real
dopendonco of government and national lifo must
be iu tho education of tho jeopJc. And from tlio
educational system of tho country will How tho
blessings that nro to como upon tho rising genera
tion. Tbo governments of tho enlightened nations of
tho earth havo understood tho truth of this princi
ple, nnd thoy. thcroforo, bestow great caro and vig
ilance upon the educational Mystcms. Tho nation
of this future will bo what tho rising generation
shall mako it. If our children nro permitted to
grow np in ignorance, tho country will bo Hnro to
reap tho f raits of iguornnco. Education is n groat
conservator of order in man. Onr f uturo peaco
and good order will depend, not so much npon nn
nrmy and polico forco, ns upon tbo frco nnd full
dissemination nnd growth of knowledge and intel
ligence among tho masses.
Tho government day school) nro at presont iu a
very unsatisfactory condition, owintr to tho faot
that proper teachers cannot bo had. Thero nro
nlso many obstructions to teaching in tho Hawaiian
language, for tho lack of roquisito books, aud, iu
fact, but a very limited cdncatiott is poasiblo iu
that language Tho lauguago itself is a good ono,
nnd was suited very well for tho bygono timos, but
it is not at nil sntted to tho progressive ago in
which no live. Tho Bystom of school teaching
should bo cntiroly changed, whorovor practicable,
from tho Hawaiian to tho English language. Tho
childron must bo taught to think iu Englljh, and
wo mnst placo before them tbo advanced litornturo
of tho world.
We trust that tho Mombers of the assembly will
not forget that in a thorough system of education
is to bo found n powerful means for tho preserva
tion of this race.
J'Yjm 7ie Ku Kauaii Vat Aina.
The New Paiaci:. The sum total of the people's
money that has been expended in erecting tho
Government Houso, nud ill purchasing land on
which it stands, amounts to $135,0001 nnd tho
nionoy wasted on the Hawaiian Hotel and tho
grounds, was 11C,000. lint if wo add theso two
sums togothcr, thoy will uot roach to tho cost of
tho New Palace, which alroady amounts to over
$300,000. Wo suspect that thero is somo fraud and
roguery couuectcd with tho building of tho New
Wo wish that tho Soions and magicians of tho
proscnt session of tho Legislature would oxurt
their powers, nud uuoarth tho improper expondi
turo of tho people's money in this businoss.
from the Elelc Poakolu.)
CoiwoN ItuMon. As is usual whenover tho Leg
islature is in Bcssion, there are hoard in conversa
tional groups tho rumor that thero are likely to bo
changes iu the Cabinet. During the past fow days
whispers of this sort have been heard in all direc
tions, until tho air is fall of them. It is a sorious
thing to talk about, this change of a Cabinet, aud
it is to bo regretted that it is talked of, and thoro
foro we decline to entor into a discussion on tho
subject nt the present timo. We have tho utmost
confidence iu the King's preseut Ministers, nnd wo
sea uo signs of opposition to thorn iu tho Assembly.
It is nevertheless true, that there aro somo things
connected with tho administration of govornment
that havo given causo for surprise and dissatisfac
tion in tuo uouao, nnu in conscqueuce or tutstucrc
has arisen tbo fooling that tbo time has come for a
ohango nud a now departure, an improvement ou
the administration of affairs in ndvnnco of tho
past; thoro is a call fornew blood and now euorgies
for Hawaii, a careful yet progressive governmental
policy, which shall ensure stability. If tho timo
shall como when it will appear to bo uocossary to
remodel tho Ministry, wo trust that tbo bost tuitto
rial will be chosen to oarry ou tho government.
Art Loan Exhibition.
Tlio Loan Exhibition wns opened ott Monday
evening. Sir. 8. U. Dole delivorcd tho opening ad
dress which was listouod to by a largo number of
people, among whom was tbo King. Mr. Dole gave
nn account of tho work of the committees iu get
ting up tho uxhibitiou, Iu gathering nnd properly
displaying tho many curios and works of art, and
thanking tho many contributors for lending so
frocly to ho worthy a causo. We regret that wo
hnvo no spaco to publish tho address iu full.
To describe or even mention all articles deserv
ing of uotlco in the Exhibition would bo Impossi
ble in tho Bpaoo of a nowspapcr article nud wo
can onty spoaic or a row out or tuo many,
Amonc tho nictures aro portraits of tut
Among tlio pictures aro portraits of tlio kings of
Hawaii and other nativo notables, nud of several
dUtiucaisued fortisuem. Mr. 1'arnoaax coutrib
ttlen Bovornl Uavrniinn views. Several loci I artists
who hrtvo hitherto hid their IlfiUt midor a bashed,
contributo creditable paintings. A number of rnru
palutincd, photographs and engravings aro con
tributed by different members of tho community.
Among tuo statuary, bronzes, carvings und cera
mics, are many Jems more, we venture to say,
than any ono expected to sco. Borne of them aro
really Hue, but somo persons, it Beems, aro unable
to appreciate them.
Coins, plate, Jewels, laces aud embroidery, rare
and valuable, are on exhibition, too numerous to
Tbo section devoted to Natural Hlstuty repre
sents thonatoral curiosities of Hawaii aud sur
rounding waters, with a (ew contributions repro
bontltiK other parts of tbo world.
'Iho Chtnoso and Japanesu departuu-nt contains
many curioua and Interesting a well as beautiful
aud valaablo articles from thoao oriental countries.
Tho miscellaneous accumulation 01 antiquities,
curiosities, costumes and autographs is uCeusely
interesting uiul attracts the attention of everv
visitor, A very large collection of Hawaiian an-
tiqaities has been gathered together by tho indas
trtous committee! amoug too pnucipai comnuu
tors are King Kalakaua, Qneen llapioloni, Princess
l.iliuokalaul, I'rincess IJkellk, Queen Emma,
l'rlncess Keelikolaul, Oovernmeut Mascum, Mrs,
O. U. Ilishop, Mr. Uioksou. Mrs. A. F. J add, Mrs.
Uaaltlca, Mrs. McOally, Mrs. C. M. liydo and
others. There aro also several interesting auto
graphs. The Loan Exhibition is a success and if there bo
any who have not visited it yet, there still remains
a short time before it closes. Iu connection with
this, mention must be made of tho refreshments
department in tbe evening aud the lunches at noon,
presided over by many ladies old and young who
Lave voluuteered to assist in the work, aud of tbe
Ueosont feature of euingenUrtaiuments. Wear
happy to state also that the Exhibition promises
to be a success financially a well as otherwise.
The RtRttUr ITiyer Meetto of ths V. M. V, A. will b
1IKLD EYEKY SUNDAY VJSNINO st tbe Vestry of
Kort Street Church. Suvlcfi commtBClsjt t ;tJ
Session Laws of 1882a
TO AUTHORIZC TIIK IIOIiUINU OF
AN HIjECTION KOIl RKPIIKSBNTA
TIVE FOIl TUB DISTRICT OF KA A
NAPA LI, MAUI.
WltCREAs, tho district coinposod of
Knliakuloa nnd Knnnnjnti, ou tho Islnndof
Mnui, is by law n fcjnrato election district
nnd entitled to olect n Iloprosontnttro to
tbe Legislntivo Assembly, nud
WliiniKAP, tlio said District is not n sop
nvato Judicial or Taxation District, nnd
tbercfuie thcio woro not District Justicos,
Tnx Collector.) or School Superintendents
nvnilnblo within tho Distiict from nmong
whom iho Minister of tho Intorior could
dcsicunlo Inspectors to tircsido over nnd
conduct tho otculiuns held on tho 1st day
of I'cbrunty, 1HSJ, nnd in contequoncc
thereof no olectioti wns hold in tlmt Dis
trict; therefore Bo it orneted by tho King
nnd LcgWhlivo Assembly of tho llnwniinu
Island", in the Legislature of the Kingdom
Stcno.v 1, Thoro shall bo nnolection for
HcprcFonlnlivo hold in tho district composed
of iCnlmkuloi nud Kn'tnnpili, on tho Islntid
of Mnui, nt tho school housniu s.iid district,
of which, nt lenst Ion ihy proviouB publio
notice sh ill bo given by tho Inspectors of
Sfctios 'J. Tlio Minister of tho Interior
is Iicroby niithorizcd nud rcquirod to ap
point tbrco fitiitnblo poreoiiB, ns Itifipoctors,
to picsidu over nud conduct tho snid elec
tion. Section 3. Tho election provided for
by thin Act shall bo conducted according
to tbo lnw regulating elections', nud tbe
election Iicroby oidered sbnll bo valid nntl
binding to nil intonttj nud purpobes,
nnd tho tcnuio of oillco of tho Keprentn
tivo so oicctetl sbnll bo tbo Bnino ns if
clcclcd nt regular election.
Section 4. At nil elections for Repre
sentatives hereafter to bo held tbo Min
ister of the Intorior is hereby authorized
nud ompoworcd to establish a plnco for
receiving tho votos iu Iho said District
composed of Knnunptli nud Kalinkuloa,
Islnnd of Mnui, nud to designate tbreo
suitnblo persons ns inspectors to preside
over nnd conduct the snid election.
Section 5. This Act shall tnko oflect
Approved this second day of May, A. D.
Signed. KALAKAUA HEX.
UUo 89 H-t
THE ENTERTAINMENT AT THK
TO-NIGHT, MAY 13th, '82
WILL CONSIST 01' A
Tableau, Vocal Music
80 li and Reading.
PER W. G. IRWIN,
.OIiDEX GAT13 VLOUIt, KJjJ)K-
rado rionr. Grnham Flonr. Oat Mral. Cnru Meal.
Craclfid Wheat, Juet at Hand, and fur Salo by
I10M.E& -t CO.
f .KI, 0 AMI tO 1.11. 1'AIIA. If tS I'll!
jLJ I'ork, half barrels; Kxtra rnniliy lieof, Bnttei.
l'nrsalcby BOLLKS A CO.
KDUM) It.YKIXY, WHOLE ItAIII.IlT,
for bale by HOLLES A CO.
IN IIAim KIlt'lTANO SECOMJ QUALITY;
Aleo, California Cube. In boxer; Crushed Sugar, iu
barrels and half barrels; Dry Uraoulatcd Busar. In bar
rel nnd half bawl.-. For fab by IIOLLES & CO.
Ri:cr.iv:i puit iiakk iiai.auaua. a
' Rosea', lot or Oood Iiid Salmon, In barrels, nnd In
Terrect Order-a Fine Article. noLLES Jt CO.
c i'im: AHMiir3ir..vr jaimmsi;
r and China Teas, nt all grades and qnalltlo, In
clndlnp some tnperior Teas. HOL1.ES A, CO.
Importor and Dealer iu Stovea, Range,
Mctalt, Home Furnishing Ooods, Crockery, Qlass and
China Ware, Practical Mechanics, Honolulu, II. I.
63J 1 ly
News Dealers !
Would taku this method of Informing tho Inhab
itants of Honolnln and tho other Islands,
that they hav 0 open cd a
Stationery & News Depot
In tho NEW HAWAIIAN GAZETTE ULOOK,
No X- Merchant Street, tthere they
aro prepared to furnlth
UliAMC HOOKS, ML.H01UNDU.H HOOKS,
Inks. Iu quarts, pints, half pints and cones;
Mucilage, " " " "
Lottor and Noto Pnpor, Foolscap
Leijal Cap, Envelopes, Papcterlcs, etc., ttc.
Orders takon for any Periodical
that may be Desired.
Prompt attention will be given to the Hailing of Pa
pers to biibtcrlbcrs on any of the other Islands. Also,
Orders for Itcd ltubbcr Htanips Itecelvrd
and Promptly I'llli)!.
Purchasing Agency !
205 Sacramento St.
-pAUTIKS IN Till: HAWAIIAN
A. IhLANDS may rely upon the undersigned tu nur
Cham at I.OM Uit I'UlVf.H, IUMTU4MIUM with
bend your orders, direct as above, havo your friends
leave all packages at this olHce up to 011c hour of sail
ing time and they lll be sent you st trifling expeuse.
Ctt'Ohargrs moderate, satisfaction guartnteed.'Ck
F. A. HARNDCN.
ban t'rancl.eo. March i!5. ISdj. Bl 1m
THE HOXOLULU TMNSFER EIPKESS CO.'S
IIAS HKK.N HEMUVEIt TU No. 81 KIXO ST.
Furnlturr Itoaiehold (Joods, Dacgage and l'arctls
uiavtd to or from any poln
cspcrltucid bands AT Lll
t tu theCttr liv csrifal and
UUW I'UICBH. pr"rKLC-
S'SIO.M. N. 130
FHANK DARLING L Co.
AXAKKA STUKET, HON'OmJliU.
MUslO LESr-OStt AND USE OV I'lANO for
I'ractlce, Terms, la advance, St per vuckt f 1 per
fir IIKTACHCU Ml'NIU HW4JM ttllTC
l'KIVATi: rilK AIIVLTN. -C UOSui
TRIUGATION AlTEIt THIS DATE
X Is strictly prohibited, except vcKttca tbe hour; of
Wivw.,sudtKiSi.w. O. D. rHKSTM.
Approvcr bapc-rlatendcntof Water, Works
(bluMl U. A r-Caarsa, Minister of iBtstier- ,
Honolulu. ijilimh.lWl lit Mtf
INSURANCE T COMPANY
Assets, s s t l,2SO,000
Losses Paid, Over : ": : : $4,500,000
THE LARGEST PACIFIC COAST CO.
nuriiinc. mw. & Snttlnltv- Drtachrd Duclllncr nnd Coulcnl lnurfil fori rr-rlud of Three r frr Ino
rr. Pnra In Advsnee? "wi'sito "llo npoft Mrcl..i..ll. per Klrrl CH Vl. btlucvn thin rott u.l till
CoMtI'ort.comliiBLeMrrUinSBe.lfAmountlnrloevcii per Cent, or more, nn tlio Souml Vs ne of the
Whni 'S T-ort of Dellv.m nml nro prepurul In tnn(- OonltKU OmeilnE Shipments front I'lsntstleni
thruuch to dun PrancUCo Incimntn:
83 ly Wllr
Prices of Cartage :
ON AND AFTER MAY I,
Tho fflllonliiB I'KIi:r. Mill l.cCharced
On All Sugars, Rico, Conls, loose &
bagged ; Iron, Machinery &
avtiAllfAUlI-Oii All Uugara and Itlcc will be
SjcIs. icr ton uf SOOtllbs. nithlii the follow Iiir bounda
ries: 1'AKAKA WAHi:ilOl'K, MrKAMKn'M
Nil : and tho CITY 1'Ito.M-. on a tlnoof the aboe
named Warehouse; alto, I lttl.M IIIIIIWKH A (.'.'
WIIAH"10Tli:i'lII MAIIKKT WIIARr.
From KKjilauado to the f'necn Street Wharf, !17!S ct.
All Sugar nml ltlco tube lkllvend on tho Wharf, nnd
NOT ON THE VESSELS' RAILS AS FORMERLY; OR IF DE
LIVERED ON THE VESSELS' RAILS 37 1-3 CTS- PER TON.
Coal, bacRcd, 3?;c per ton, L'JI'J llji.
Coal, looai1, &0c pir ton, '-"-I'J lbs., or any part
Lots of Coal over SO ton. lUcptrtou,
Carting and l'lllug Coal, per agreement.
uricK, 31 per ji.
llrlck, pressed, Sl.rXJ per M.
Cement, a 'Ac per load.
r...l.nnill.n,n tlnn.l I'
i.unc. on'iC ucr loau.
c tier Io,!
MerclnndUo to Ilond.J.c per alnslc load.
-..inn uiuiou .j .'uiiu.u, jjv ivi at
1'roni Ilond. &Oc tier anisic load.
Molas.es, nt'Se per single load.
General Atcrcliaudlsc to the Island Mcamirs and
Schooners, Wc. per slnzlo load,
tleneral Jlerchandltv, oxcluslvoof tho above, 3T!ic
per load or ton, Including tho followlni; bound-
nrliet Bcrctania, Alakcs nnd MaunnKea Mts.,
and City 1'ront.
Iron and Machinery, Wc per tnu or load,
llxtra ilnchlncr) nnd nfes, per aKrccment.
Lumber, Wlc per M,
l'osts. ic each,
Itnbblsh and ulrt. Wcpir single load.
Iloats, Tic cnih.
Illack Sand, per special agreement.
White t-ttiid, SV.0U per single load.
Wood, Wc per cord.
I'urnilurc, per agrccracut-
From tho City Front to any of the
Following Places :
Kukul Slrcct, D0c per slnslc load.
bchool Street, betneen Emma and Bridge, 75c per
Walpiula. second bridge, Jl per single load.
Judd f trect. 81 W per slugloload.
Ica Works, $J W.
i.cieo ana scncoi Mrcets, SI per elngla load.
I'unnul. $3 per single load.
Kobolaloa, bl pir single load.
Kakaakao. SI ner slnedc load.
isaakao, 91 per single
a rials. (TulnmaV 1.U1
.viapais, (i-aiuina;, 51.UJ per single load.
.. , .;.-..... -...: . .. .
Waller's, Kaithl, SI per siuglc lusd.
I'auua. $i.Ul per single loau,
l'mvaa. Sl.tiO tier fine' 0 load.
I'uuahou, S'- per single load.
Ini ana Asylum, J2 W per single load.
Alapal (1'aums). $l.SO per sluglc load.
To Gov't Powder ilagazlno, $3 per idnglo load of
ltXM lbs. or Ic.s. '
From Oov't Ponder Jltteailuc, S3 per sluglo lead of
(iutcn's Hospital 75c per slnglo load,
keroicnc House, TSc per single load,
Oahn l'rlion, $1 per single load.
IIOHATIO O. UUAIIIIE,
B. Jl. CARTER,
W, F. SIIAHHATr,
UKO. II. ROIIEItlhON,
JIRW, C. P. WARD,
HT M (I!. IUustace. Manager.)
AFRICAN DKY GOODS!
(Imported Freo ofDatjr,)
PER S. S. M MAEY TATHAM,"
and hark "EUREKA."
And Consisting of a Large Assortment of
PRINTS DRESS GOODS
Printed Piques, I.anns, Kopllni,
Brocades, Monlccs, Silks, Fancy
Hose, Handkerchief., HIiuhIi,
bpool Cotton, Towels, Itlstikcts,
White and llronn Cottons,
Canton Flannels, Coltonadcs,
o 3Lorr mrsr
Coats and Pants of Casslmsrs,
Diagonal, Cottonade. Duck,
Ac, Ac, Ao.
ManUl I.ltled bulls,
fcdlrl., white, fancy, scarlst, etc,
Socks, Undir Hhlrts, Drawers, etc.
.IT" Fur bale at Low Kates by
WW 76 3ui
H. J. NOL.TC,
Ilrgd tu announco to his friends aud Ike
public In general .
Tbnt be ts opened the abore Mstl
wbero Jlrst-class RcfrttabaseaU
will be served from 3 a.m. till 10 p.m., uudrrthc
Iruutdlate supcrvl.Iun of MR. MKRT IMUHU.
TIIK FINEbT GRADES or
Cigars, Pipss and
Cbo.eu by ptrsoiisl IccIIod from Urst-cUsi msau
factories, las been obtained, sad will be added lo from
lime to lime.
One el llronmlcV ft Iialkc's
Celebrated Billiard Tables !
is connecUd with the esUbllihrnent, hro lovers
81 of the cos can participate. sgfl
COLUMBIA H1VER SALMON, Ui
barrels and half sihsIs. ror sale bf
r !IOi3.B Co
rirtiniruvviiiiPin iiunmiiiuanuiin i.u-..tuw. ,,,.,'. ..ivinuiv w.c
BIPIIOl? J Co.. AfjoritB.
DRUGS AIM) MlimMS !
Largest Stock and Most
In Ihc Hawaiian Inland
An Ihc grf alt r portion of our Mock Is obtMtinl from
first Imiili v. nro enabled to
Only the Best Quality.
soli: auiixts i'oktiie
J. C. AYER C0MP1, LOWELL, MASS.
Crown Perfumery 'o, London,
PARKE, DAVIS 6c CO.,
Homeopathic Medicine Co., New York.
cs- x n.,
iugiist Flowers nml (Jcniiiiii Synip"
CELLULOID TRUS8E8 !
Warranted not to Rustl Ureal;! or WVar out. I
Carefully prepared by an experienced Fbuiiiaclkl
nt any hour of the night or d.iy, at
HOLLIHSR & CO.'S
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
BW OO SOUANU bT. :ini
Tin: i.auii:m' ami xiuttv
FOUND IN HONOLULU !
Wo are Constantly in Receipt of
Fresh Supplies !
Most Reliable Manufacturers!
I. Till! UMTJill STATES.
P. Lorrillad & Oo.'s
Tin Tag Tobaccos,
Vanity Fair Tobacco and
ttr.dL xa. a. Othors.-M
CIGARS. MEERSCHAUM !
Sxla.xXl:o, ctoo., cfco
Hollister fe Co.
Wholesale anil Itetull Toljitvcoulttis.
b'tllf bj Ott K11UANII NfMEKT.
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
WK are 0NHTANTLV UECK1VINU
LAKUU AUDITIONS '10 OUR 8T0UK Of
And aa wo Purchase In Largo Lots POIt UAKII,
Are Enabltd to tell at Low
aa any Other Firm.
And IUvIhk thu LARUEST bTOUK In Ihe Kltigdom,
THX BEST ASSORTMENT,
lluycrs would do itsll to obtain our prices
bsfors oiderlui; tlienlierr.
WE HAVE A FEED MILL FOR SALE !
WIN OOOU ORDER,
With Blta and Pultoya !
WlllUrlud from I lo 3 Tons perUjy,
Wo srs Sole Agents for tho " Hoover Tclcphoue-,"
TtM Ckeat, Simplest a4 B4 la Ust.
Hole Agents for tbe ' Fatgnt Hprlng Csrts,"
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