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I fnl I I I . V t I '.vit !
Tker la little rhin n noir In t-iHin'.r mattrra
There k kern fintWtM art'i' '" the tH
frost rtlaeJWMlrtj and Innilliis - :
The Hy of !jliie, tnretta ami mbirin, have e
ttt lt fall Mtta hum sn rrmrtK-n Amount
elk ak arrnM material l. fn trrll lte
fMtKjr f fcHk for trh there I ffi rat demand.
nnrlt tllrt MHotint of building twin rl,e In Mono
fW ! MTf Mllnt far toe I'oMt th foil rr
im f iuntt ''' ( ptodme, fk cmI
llajIWWI Wrt , tb. of ecr rate-ed al JMJM.i
t jfiMiM. Mian it ? titi m,B im rt
ntMi nt (.; the W Irwin. l.T.tt ftt of
iiBJtlrtl!,W5.T, ad the W H Mejef, m,att
IM fU tain. t 5.ns.9r lolnl wise f ill Mpotta
We an! alto the follortt rommrrelat Inter from
n rnMMM, Jt"J Sr t. lMi
Hlkee tl mall to the I aland llttlr traoeplrxl f
MM III Market rt for 11110 pi Jttte, yet the
iMlMttrai MO favorable fnr lite mlnttjnt ot
Nil rl Ml lt (fade! of It pminet.
Tat M3W taMfcrt, ttiooih reeojalaeii here n1er
mic miaV toatrel, la aemthewa liable to mi mtritnee
at lb ftalt eaitnj ee.no rome i to ineree Ita
ita4, and watch ! rorfe.pond. to ihf pet I (Ml Et
fat A WW iieltte market t mhanred rate t.
f4tlt tit. tk following from a recent mnf of
Uji JMMim will well explain the prmpeet tf It mr
Vft-e" Attention eallnt, a few week ajo. to
li tllf demand for Hawaiian rice In thl market for
Ktttrrn ari-nnnt. ontnv to the partial fallnre of the
enroll trap, Several tknnMiid bag rr pmchmort
ktr at that flaw for tk Srw York atarktt Conarm
laK tka Ulrmrni tkm roadf. the tiara nnati, (0.
"Tfce la of Ike larsr qoaniltj f Rl derlrojad bjr
ilir htHen ta Aasatt lat l now tonnetietaf to ht
.frtwa'lj frit la tklr market. The drmiad haa tcn
Mtltc ilarlatt tka iMt two arnkt. both lotnl aad from
la North aad Wrtt, sat tnanj- ordrr could aot t filled
ontas to tk waatef rtotk, and there l not rncmgh of
thl artltlo bow har to mrrt the local demand till the
am crop tomrt In, not to tpcalt of ontaido oroara. Th
lo In Carolina hat bnn much irr-ater than In thla
Mat, the rhorlr bring Vti,n) bnahtta. and the rn.
tltrlotk of milled and nnmillrd lcr In that Stale la
onlr atat M't tlercn to rarrt Did waata of conanmrra
for the nan At monthi."
Miar conlradlrtory aiatrmfnU hatr beta pnbllthed
hne ttlalltr to the propoaed alram llnea to Iloaolnln,
nlth thepmpect ofthe "Sae," a chartered boat for
the Oceanic Une balat the itrat mi tho rente. In vle
of there eenfllctin( account, the writer watted on Mr.
Wlllfant, or William. Dlmond .V to. the Acenu of
I'll i S Vo for rallible Information, and learaed that
the folloMrlHc war the aubatance of a teU ram from the
Pre Wen I of Ike Co In New York, aa fnrnlr hed in the
- Saw Yomk. April th.-Tbo i' M H S Co'a ncir
(teamer .'an Jee waa enceeaafnllr launched ai9:Wlhi
miwnln; at Chetter, IV Iter lifter ihlp, tbo San Juan
and San ltl, will be lauucttedJam- tat and Jnly let
rciprcllTelj. The dlmenelom of thoae teamrr are:
l.rr,;lh, 9M fl; twain. 3d; depth. 3t : and MO (ona each,
and capable of making It knot. The San Joe nl Min
Jiian nlll rn between San Francisco and Honolulu,
cmnmcneln; about July. .i theee ateaniera hare been
tnllt ipeelillj- for the paaaengrr trade, and being hand
omelj tilted unt, they will become eery popnlar In the
carrying trade between SanFranctKoandthe Ulandr."
The tteamera are built with cabin forward, similar to
the Australia and Zralandlo, having epeclal regnrrl to
the comforts f passenjera.
The following are the tattet quoutlous on Island
COFFEK IJutet and Heady, at rather lower tgurea
than hatr ruled. Central America quotetl at HH0t3c.
KICK Hawaiian SMfc: China raneluR fiom JI.JO
to J8.M aecordlnc to quality.
MIttAK llanallan in cood demand. No. 1 quotable
at &s)tc; No. STHSt; No. U fi'4GT",c. No chau;e
in Hrfinery cradea.
WOOIr ltecelpls free hot buyera acarco. price notn
tuil at ITtjVSV. prr &.. according to grade.
UIDES-Cil. dry. nual electiun 19194c: eallril
tllc. per .
TALLOW Fair grades quouble at Tc; reflued rang
tng from 10Sll4c. per .
The FalMnbnrg and Clia arc loading for Honolulu to
get oil, the former in a few day and the latter probably
illtr the arrival of the eteiuicr. The Murray left for
your port yeucrday tc touch at Hilo en route."
PORT OF HONOLULU.
May ll-Stm Llkellke from Windward Porta
Seh t'llaina from Honoipu
Sch Kaluna. from Maliko
Sch Manuokawal from llanamanlu
Sch Knlamanu from Ookala
Sch Wallcle from Maliko
li-Aa bk Caibarlen. Hubbard, from S F
1" M S S Ctty of ydney, Seabury, from S F
ch Marlon, from Kukulbaele
Sch Frlnee from Nawillwill
It Am bk California. Howard, from New Cr!!c
Sch Jennie Walker from llapuu
Stm Waimanalo, from U'aluianalu.
Sch Malolo from llakalau
1 Sch Jennie from Honuapo
; Sch Kckaulnohl from llanalcl
Stm Inatanl from Hawaii and Maul
Stm Lebaa, from liana and Molokal
May 11 Am Kb Cattle iUyward. Lollalliiter, for S F
1" M S S City of hydne i , Stibury. for Sydney
Sim WaituauAlo, for Waimanalo
Stra Lehua for Molokal and Maul
sch Manuokanat for Hanamaulu
Ift-btmr Llkellke for Windward 1'oiu
Mm Ja Makee for Kanal
Sim Kllauea Hon. for Kahulul
stm Mokolll. for Koolau
Sch tlen'l blegel, for waialua
Sch Ullama. for Hanalei
Sch Cateilna for Hanalei
It Am bgtne V O Irwin. Turner, for S V
Haw bk Kalakaua. IXgga, for S F
, Sch Wallelo for Maliko
Sch Kaulkeaouli for llonskaa
Sch Walraalu for Kevkea
Sch Kaluu for Maliko
sch Prlnco for NanlliwHl
Sell Haleakal for I'epeekco
It Am bgtne W II Meyer. Howe, for S V
Sch Kulamann for Ookala
VojsoIh in Port.
Am bk Caibaricu, Hnbbaid
Am bktne Kureka, I'enballow
Am bk California. Howard
Am bk Furuef, Abbey Huef I
Am bgtne Morning star. Ilray
Brit fh Fiona, ltbodea
Am bk Emerald, Lonl
Voel Expcotctl at Houolulu, from Foroluji
Am bk Edward May, Jihnton. Llvertwol, dac Mar S&-
3), C llrewer A Co. Agent.
Tier bk Stella, Sommrr. New York, due. Cattle A
tier bk Farador, Itnrgdoll, New Cattle on Tyne, due
July lVJH, II Hackeld A. Co. Agent.
Ocr bk Adolph. llnpfer. New Cutle on Tyne, dae June
ja-iV ll llackteld A Co. Agenta.
Haw bk Kale, Itolhfaf . Ilremen. to tall tu all April.
Ilrll S S Monarch, St Michael., due June 4MB.
Haw ch Julia, Tiernoy, South Sea I, da A V
Ttktne J A Falklnbarg. Forbe, San Fran, doe Jane l-S.
Cattle ,t Cooke. Agent
Oerbk Jotrfa, Horlimann. Cardiff, da Aug MO Hack-
fcld ,t Co. Agenta
Anna Precht. New Caetle. N 11 IV, due
full bk Oberon. Ilirrry. Liverpool, due Augu.t &-l(l.
T II Uailra & Cu, Agent
Hilt t Stratbalrlr,
. llooitkoui. via San
, HaekfaM Jt Co, Agaatf
cltco. due Mar .
Hil Allen J:
Ilk Revere, Melntyre, Nanalmo, due May 1!
Am bk II 0 Murray. Jenk. ban Fraueltco, dae May 30-
O, hebarfer i Co. AxenU
Am bktna W II IllHiotid. Iloadlctt, ban FraaalKO, for
Am bk Crane, llauien. baa Fnwclwo. for Kabalal.due
Am tch Olaut Spieckelt, Coualu. Saa Fraarlteo, fi
iCJl uiau (?pi
Am tch ltotarlo, bwlfi. Eureka, for Kaknlal. da Jane
Am lk CamJrn. Gtlter, IVwt (iambi, due Jua Vio.
Ha.kftM A. Co. Ateal.
Am bktne Kllklut, Culler, I'orl llaaable, due Jane 10,
HacVf eU .t Co, AgetiU.
Am bktn Ella, llrowa. Saa Praucltco, due Jaac i-A,
Hiewer A Co, Agent.
Am bktne. MUy. . Ne Cull. X S W, daeMiy
I5J0, llreMer A Co. Agent
Am bk Martha Dvli, Itenton. Hot ton, ta tall about
May 3J. Hreaer A Co. A-nt.
Vtl. , Sydney, due Juae ft-lO
l H Clly of Sjdney. W II Seaoury Cummaatt - Left
San Fiaacltco pilot May Mb. at 4 6 p m , aad arriied
at llotwlala. May Kith, at : p m , aitk ST caMn and
gt ttef tgf patteager for lloaululn nd f caUn auil
5? I'.eerize tatMaaert forAalrIU. lot as-lb tuna of
Z I'.eerigetatMBgert forAalrIU,
cargo for llseolula Mar I Ilk al m tpeke batk
lagelaoed, far Sia Fraarlaco
Kan Franeixa- Arrtfnl April l.
Belt ttmr fiylon
.anuium. urate Ann ix. vtaiiiio. girl
Jiay a. mil lurk
Carl lulkoaele. JanI. hence April lC: May
uvMtiw. nwiit. iiatrt iroat liokatel, Majrt, Atalern
Compeer, beeec April U
, roitTwwafa4-ArtlVMl May . Am lata IV L Iteebc
Oaitii.hteo. April II. May. Am bk Caatdea. Oatfr.
bent April 1
Spoken- Febraary la !.i v s . ntag & uk
KdeaidMty. JahMtoa. tor Ult part
-.-- r.r-"L - i .. r i- T-- "-" - - -
A bpecluaa uf Ued Tp
1"U. Iklttah tl
tleylon Mblh armed ,! "a the .renlag ol lb !wh
i, " ?":-" -" a Han m Men tat
captain took at lb eulmuttuu wf bantueM taea thi
I ftecn Honolulu uu
.1 lb ewliiitatlwi uf b
'n hit arm! bar. dMlniig to delutr
a potfioie, n it h in a Butt. Intending to
arad it to Ike ISi.t OOu IniaucdUiely, Ut w
vtnlid by the Caiutm O0Vc. whuanlr4 It onboard
again. Tbt Capuln. net coualaVrlag blaalf Utund.
under lb clrcautlutc, l tak farther Btaaaaret In
tb matur, kut It anlU yattcrday. kt he recalled a
aotlc Iron tbt pott l)ire of irilly af atafur
Boa-dclUery f tbt uatta. lla was easaaallart Lui to
do what ha was kindly ututeavofla; lilMulf laju Ihe
day Ufota, until prait4 Wjr tut taay b calkd " trd
lapeitw,- Aua gmn
tb IvIhotApill. forVlttaiU Kllhalwd arCoollt
ht will coma from Vtatvila to IbU pott, being char.
' 'i ii i '
u r- .1 1m Mr ', riii'i Sieainlnj. t omplni and will be
the pl.if rt vr.ri In thm line to llonolnlii The lorn
rany tntrml t cite thlp trtael gnil arrnmmdatlona
fnr 'paaenget and it t ronflrienlly eiperted that the
I.tnr will he In running enter in Jnne A reread v
pel will be aenued ao awn n poIMe for the bnalnerr.
The Alaka of the tlnlxn Line made thr run between
Sandr Hmik and turenatnnn In 7 day, t honra and M
Unntra actual time, and he aniri d al New York from
klrerpnol. oa April lth. hartng made the rnn ftftm
oehea' Point In Ihe bar In 7 dara. honra and IS mln
ate. aTeraflng 91 a lt kneta per day. nr Id IMOii
knot par hour To gttr an Idea of her artaal nmk prr
day we will atate that on her Itrat day he made !
kaota; rrnd..W, third, WJ. fourth, IIT. dflli, hJ,
atatk, f . and reeenth. tl .l)f.
Later The almmer Alarka. nflhe Union Line, hai
performed the trip from New York lo tjoetiipton In
the anpreeedented time of a dayr, l hnnn and 11 mln
ate. - Aim
The I' M fl ft IV ne rleamer San 4oe na uttreif
fahy launched at 9:15 Saturday morning. April t'tU al
Cheater, l"a Her lter hlp. the !an lnan and ln
ill, will be launched Jnne lit and July If I rrperllte
lf. Fhe Hrlt N S "trslghtilrly (ripeelM al thl ttt ftom
f r,t railed from Hongkong April l"th, for f"n Fran
Claeo. Tke PH'll City of Sydney. Sebury, arrlred from
San FranelMo latet Monday m. A daya and VJ hnmr
from San Franrteen She railed again at H::n) p tn for
The Moralng Star l al Sorrnona wharf, titling for
another entire tn Mlermtefia.
The Am bk Fumeea Abbey ha dlMhAtgeil Iter cargo,
and will probably fall to-day for Hongkong, Chin
The Am bktne llnrek I at the llaplanade. oppoelte
tke Cnftom Honee loading for San Franclrco. to rail in
a few daya
The Am bk Caibarlen l at the fool of Fort Street
dlfrhar-tng she will load with dtrpatrh for San
Frnt Itco, falling early lint week.
The Emerald al the foot of Fort drret If discharging
The Am bk California If at the foot of H S Llkrllk'
duck dlfchargtng toal.
The Hrlt rhlp Fiona, if al 1' M S S dock loadrd nlth
engar for San 1 raneltcn, for nhlch port fhe nlll proba
bly aall lo-day, taking the Isrgeft cargo of rugaretrr
ent from tin port.
The bk Frtftllht leti New CaMle. Match SiHh. fnr Ihla
port, she aflerwanlf put Intti Sydney leaking badly.
Ve tram that her Mtgo wa being tram fered to another
reearl, for this porf.
The bk John II Hiewer li been liunclird, and If to
load at New York for Shanghae.
It la rumored that Ihe Afterold, of Hie rtoy.il Mrrtry
Yacht Club. If to lf It our port rhnrtly.
From oor San Francisco corrcfpondnit we regret to
learn that Capt Hlrkmott had :o forego hi Arctic
voyage thl fntnmer Ihtotigh III health, aimlf ftilltinder
medical treatmeui at Oakland.
Cant I) U Fraer. recrnllr renorled br
ary at in take command of a wittier for
Ihe Arctic If
comfortably located at Santa Kof. and flyt ' his mnn-
rope are thlppetl for all lilt Itland frlendt .
The frlrndf of Cnpl .1 A Hamilton mid family will be
pleaded to learn of lilt having difpofed of lilf property
In the Entt and line tnoied to I'nllfnrnln with the ilcw
tfttllng. Thry reached San Frnnclm on tlie f.tlt inft.,
and would lfil dltTerrnt parta of the Mate before locat
From San Franclrco. per Clly of Sydney, May 15th
.'. Slmon-en. Jr. Itlfenberg. wife and child. F II Aitf
tin. 1 lilor Kosencranlz, S llardcastlr, Mra W It Caflle,
Mtf M S Itlce. E E Ilailey and wife, I Lenlf. Col C II
Jndd and wife, Mra J II Castle, Carl Wldematin, Miff
Ida Mott Smith. Ell Johnron. Prof A F Zamloch nml
wife. Hev A S Houaton and wife, Mist A J Adanif, lleo
Murray. -i I, Halleiibeck. I. W Doyle. Itev A A sturglf ,
Miff .IE Fletcher. Edirard Q HHclicock. II F Ehlrrf,
Miff Maria Papa, Iter F E lUnil and daughter, L Lock
ttradet. On oung Ming, Lai Hong (inal, Henry
smith Mlf Mattie Taylor. C Oerti. M C Mcl.anr. John
Edgar, UThomaf. Fred Merton and wife, Wni N JIc-
t nefney anu r- i. ninefo.
From San Fratirltro. per Caibarlen. May 13th Cn
jirnwiieil, aicrt ..luriiiir, n .ent, i,citarnn. .r
and L Neller.
From Windward Port, per Llkellke May 1 Ith Hon
Stl Wilder. Hon .1 IKamumano and wife. J II lllbjon,
.1 II Atherton, J (iiltlllan. C Along. Mlfs N Afong. Juo
Kanhane. Mitt Pahupu. C rtrown K Preslon. Con Cliee.
W C Aknna, M Kwai, W It Cmtle. Mist Uilieln, It
Toomey, Wee, Akul. I! Cattnn, Dr L E Meeker, W Von
tiraevemever. W F Pogue. Mrs Alexander, It P lloic,
lllfliopnf Ollm, 11 Titrton and ton. It Cattor, W I. Ka
holokablki, wife and child.
For San FrancUco, per Kalakaua, Mav It Mis E
Perttrouf, MranilMrf Campbell, Mr T ltobfon. Miff
Oiinderton, MrTnrtc, Q Chlncte.
From San Franrifco, per Caibarlen. .May tfr-Capt (!
Vllrownell. Juo Murphy. P O'Neill. J Ilarley, I, Net
ter, A J I.eberer.
For Anftralla. per City of Sydney. May 15- J Lyons,
W IJerwick. W McCornell.
For San Francico, per W (i Irwin, May it Mr Wei.
lelon. W Uiittll. Mr Morrill nnd 2 children, Judge
Spalding. Mr Mcltrnilh. P APrker.JOoucher.Urand
Alr Wight. Mr and Mra Kesley, T Larren.J Ia(on, .1
Oobergo, M Dotra, J Monchard, M Uc Costa.
For Fan Franclseo, per W II Meyer. .May IS J Ilcery,
J ltarras , F ltata. 1) l)c Camba, wife and child, W Ilia
tetigcr. C Anderfon, J C Jrnkenf, A E Swift, W Scott,
A Pierce. Chas Cash, 1 Chinaman
From San Francisco, per W II Meyer, May IS A W
Fierce Jfc Co, 0 pkg nallf, 10 bales duck; McChesnev J;
Clthcns. 10 c groc; O F Wells, 1 c muflcal instms; E O
Hall ,t Son. 1 cbdware; llolllttcr ,fc Co, 1 brglasswarc;
Phlllltn.t Co. Sliikzfnrnltnrc: JNott. STJ nkir rroi :
M Mclncrny. 143 pkg provitiona; Dillingham A; Uo,:a
pkg hdware; w U Irwin ,t Co, 14 pkggroc; It Slmson
From San Francisco, rer Enrcka, Maris
13 pkg rubber goods; G F Wells. 3 pianos; M Mclncrny,
1 pkg vests; Hackfeld .tCo, SG c shoes, 4 pkg hdware;
II West, 18 pkg wagon material; Hollifier ,t Co, 13 pkg
tobacco, E O Hall .t Son, o c books, i c underwear; O
r.ngung jc t-o, i psg ironware; ocnacier c i.n, as pug
printing material; A W Hush, 1S3 pkggroc; Union 1-ced
Co, 3(1 tk feed; J S Walker, 4Cfthoet; A W Itlchard
ton & Co, 3 c shirts; J T Waterlionse, 500 sk feed, nnd
nsstd indsc. to Chinese firms.
From San Francisco, per City of Sydney, May ISth
Hackfeld .t Co, It pkg d goods, I pkg mdsc; Ills Majes
ty, fi cs cottons; Order, -17 pkg groc; T O Thrum, 5 pkg
stationery; Whitney itobertron, 3 pkg stationery; J
M Oat jt, 3 pkg stationery; Eblers A Co. 4 pkg d goods:
J T Waterlionse. lbesd goods: C Flshtl, 3cs hats; J
Williams ,t Co.-I ct fratnef ; P Mclncrny, 5ci candy;
Dillingham &0o, 14 pkg glassware, hdware, etc; J II
Lynch, 0 ca boots and shoes : S it Carter. 3 cs music, 1
c t ilk; J Simonstn, 17 cs fnrnlture; W O Irwin. 1 cf
clothing, S c butter; Holllster i Co, 25 pkg drugs; O
Stoddart, 1 bx stationery: A Mellls,2 csd goodi; P
hteln, 3cs carriage matcrl.O; 11 Loage, 3ct Irimmlnga;
M J Hose, 1 cs egg food, 7 pkg carnage goods; Ilymau
Ilroa, S3 cs cottons; E Marshall 1 ct oysters; C Peter
son 3cs blrdt; Mrs K Macfarlane, 3cs furniture; 11
May, So butter; C 11 Jndd, 4 e indsc; HofXschlacger
tCo, lacacottons; 0 pkg to sundry parties, and 4W
pkgs to sundry firms.
Froni San Francltco, per Caibarlen, May 15 Allen
Itoblnson, ISO pkg groc nndhdnare. 2J pkg doors, etc;
Wilder A Co, 1 c glass; 11 J Agnew. I ca tndse; Order,
-tin bricks; F Hlgglns.'J vehicles: M Mclncrny, let
rubber goods; Palmer .t Co, 9 cs drugs etc; Hackfeld
A Co, M cs corn; WP Tolcr. a pkg mdsc; Hyraan
Uros . 68 cs boot nnd shoes, 13 pkg mdsc, W ca candles,
SO bales hay; J S Walker. 48 pkggroc; Castle J; Cooke,
100 bis hay, W bbla lime, 10 cr groc, SCO sks Cour. 51
pkg hdware, Ilea mdsc: May d. Co, 310 ska floor, 5W
.HK(iKimicnt,u i it aiernouse, oi pug groc aim
uuware; l.ewcrs ,t coote, . cf hdware. 7U It i
I'.'l pkg mdte, S3 pkg bid materiel
Mcliityro Bros. 733
.tiKiwsnuitni; -ici,can uros,; picg mute; m A
lot ea bread; Order." cows, I calrea, 1UI liagj, 1 horse.
Tocanu recti; .McLean llros, aj nkL- mdte
4 , cai; .ticv-unntT a uuncil. it
and feed; and mdsc for sundry juirtlea.
San Frandico, per Casslc Harwtrd. May 15th
s tugar, 110 bnchf bananas. Value $14,316.70.
For Australia and New Zealand,
15 lea coral. Value Sin.
per Australia, May
For San Francisco, per Kalakaua.May It
sugar, v-'iua rice. aiue 5rj.eo1.og.
For Sau Francisco, per W 0 Irwin, May 171
lbs sugar, o buelu bananas, g bx preserves.
For San Franrisrn.
per W II Meyer, May l&-ftS,(Wj
lbs augar, 150 bnch bananas,
Expression of Thanks.
Tlie ladies of the refreshment coinraitteo of tho
late exhibition, tako pleasure in expressing their
thanks to tbo good people of Honolulu for their
generous assistance. First, to our frionds who
kept us so bountifully supplied with tempting
viand., nnd to those who so cheerfully waited 011
tho tables, some coming otery day, nnd especially
to those who voluntarily catuu to our help, and to
tbo young cltls whom we would not forget on any
ncconnt. Wo nto deeply Indebted to oar gentle
men friends. To Mr. nolto for his i;enerous gift,
nud many neighborly ucU. To thu luwij kind
nesof the Hart llros., and wo earnestly recom
mend that all Honolulu, iu modest detachments,
make them an early call, and regalo lhemalTed on
their excellent ico cream. To Mr. Hush for his
magnificent gift of time nud material, whereby
our closing day was made such a firatid succso.
And last, though not toast, our thanks are due to
our cood friend Mr. Horn, a generous horn of
plenty, whoso elegant cake after acting so well tho
ornamental part, brought us audi a handsomohum
to add to our store. S 0 acknowledge that wo can
not do full Jtutlco to tho subject, bat our "thank
you all" U very niucero.
Tut Loan llxhibitiou clotted a most auccoasful
"season" at Campbell' building last Tuesday
evening. 'Ilia attendance has been quite largo
every day and eroulng, although there was a ir
ceptlble falllwj off niter the lunch room was
cloaed, It U gratifying to know that Honolulu
taken kuclt iutt-real iu iW l'ublio Library and Head
ing HiHim as una manifested by nearly every one.
Tho thanks of Ihe public are duo to thoua who got
up tho exhibition, the members of thu comiuittit-H
Mho worked ao faithfully, thu iupteho loaned
m many intt-roating and valuabla articles for ex
hlbitiuit, Jaruea Camjibt.ll who kindly alloaui tho
tuu) of the rooms, tboa who contributed the eat
nblts for the lunches and the scores of ladles who
waited ou tho tatlis. Among other II. J. Nolto
nnd Hart llro., ore dtkcrriug of icclal mention
for their inauy favors to too coiumtttci-i, for
uhlch 110 chargo wna inadu. Ktery one mcrcod to
work tn uuisou and thu nu!t hai kki all that
could bo ciiwcted. Wo hujw that among other
leueQta to bo derived from the exhibition, ill be
tha in Jltect ouo of n irmanent exhibit of many
dcalrabla ontlqulliea, works of art and natural
l'uurtaou ZiMuxni, tha well known magician,
atrtud from Hon Francisco by thu City 0 yry,
and iiropones to remain in tha lajaudt aoroe
laonths, )le went to Hawaii lt Tueaday to visit
the Vulcatiu and other place. On hU return he
rotiaea togite ivrfortuaucealn Houolulu. Many
of our o.e will remember hi previous viiit.
rni: ,H.iirttit. v t'liiuss
Put. IHI.nl tor the StTt ninr FnKf Am,hiaii.x b
ItOllKItT ItltlKM: A tit.
Hook, Job and tleii. ral I't Intrrf .
Honolnln. II I
Notlie-ofany cvrnlfof tntiretl tranrpltlng on the
other Ifiandf w!llalna bi- Ihankfnlly rerelird for
tmhllrallon t'orrefpondent are reqnefted In append
their Iriie namrf toallt.iminunliatlona, not for publi
cation nrrretarlly, but a guarantee thai the wrllir
! actlug tn gmd faith
MA V 20, 1SJ2
The inoiitlijiii-crei of opposition lo llio Troaty
Kiro rv id euro ol ilifcomfiiliirc nt their fniluro
to ncrotupliRh tlicir dcairctl piuI, no finer or
atrongcr tliuli ly tlicir publishing nlul rcpnb
Hshllt"; thr veriest titistip of fnlsohooiin tlntt
hnvo not tho "lightest fomiil.itioti, nml in initio
of those hftfi rtiijf ttttlvject been more ilctectntiie
to them than tho cluirgo of our fraudulent ex
portation of foreign jrrown riro nml suais ns
of island produce. It woiihl liavo been n.itti
rnl to fiippo.io tlmt tho recent oflicinl corre
apomlenco of tho Chrttiibcr of Commerce, tho
Milliliter of Forcictt Afi'itira nml tho II. S. Min
istcr resident, would h.ivo efl'cctnnlly ttiiietcil
theso lmo chnrKcs; nnd yet, in the face of
thoho facts, wo ate charged with tho imjiortn.
tion of tlicso atignrfi from Java, nml exporting
tho same ns our product.. Tito absurdity of
tho chnrgo in no way scoiiih to abash our op
ponents, nor do tho continual denial, or ar
ticles in defense liavo any effect. We, there
fore, feel compelled to assume ns n humilia
ting truth tho fact of their niter ignoranco of
tho question thoy havo assumed to doal with,
tho relative geographical position of these
Islands with the Fast Indies, or tho courso of
trado with the Knst Indies or tlio.io IslandH.
It is frequently asserted that ouropponontn do
not wish for, or seek the truth, and that false
hood sorves their purposo better. We would
liko to ho tnoru charitnblo than to bolicvu this,
though wo must acknowledge that appearances
are vory much against them. In the hope,
therefore, that the mouthpieces aforesaid will
accept facts when thoy are presented, wo beg
to inform them that no vessel has over left any
port in tho Fast ludios for tho Hawaiian
Islands, neither has there ever bocn an arrival
from .Mauritius or Manila, certainly not in the
past ten years. Tho inaritimo registers of tho
world will bear us out in this statement, and
furthermore will furnish our vilifiora with an
opportunity to noto tho movements of every
ship in existence, so that when wo havo at
tained lo that proficiency in smuggling thoy
givo us credit for under tho very oyes of Ha
waiian and American officials here, and tho
Custom Houso authorities of San Francisco,
thoy can learn of departures for, and watch for
timo of arrivals at this port; but until then wo
wish them to accept those facts we present.
CHANGE IN THE MINISTRY.
Tho resignation of tho Ministry, although an
evant not in any way unexpected, is ono which,
by its inopportune) occurrence, has caused an
interruption in tho business of tho Legislature,
theeffects of which aro felt throughout tho com
munity . Inasmuch as many important meas
ures aro now in process of deliberation before
tho Assombly directly connected with tho
Government, and moro or less dependent upon
tho originators for explanations and elucida
tions, porhaps vital to their success, tho resig
nation of tho Ministry at this particular junc
ture is unfortunate indeed. It is difficult to
find a cogent reason for tho very sudden resig
nation of tho Cabinet, unless it be in tho open
hostility shown by certain parties known to bo
in search of Ministerial portfolios themselves,
and carrying with them a respectable follow
ing 'from among tho Kepresciitativcs, Bo this
as it may, however, it is with no little concern
that the public await tho announcement of .1
now Cabinet,) and in hopo that some sound
policy may not bo violated by a fulfilment
of the rumors which exist in regard to tho ap
pointment of certain gentlemen notoriously un
fit for office. Tiio announcement will probably
bo made to-day.
DILATOEINESS OF THE ASSEMBLY.
For some mysterious reason, tho Legislature
seems disinclined for work, and 12 o'clock
daily adjournments havo become a regular
thing with tho Uouse. From present indica
tions, wo can scarcely expect to see realizod
tho "Bhort session," previously prognosticated
by our contemporary, the J'. C. Advertiser. Va
rious reasons are assigned for tliis manifestly
dilatory disposition, among which are, tho
alleged fact that Government have not yet put
their proposed measures into presentable shape,
and that it is always customary that theso
should come first; aloo, that thoro is an itn
menso amount of committee work to bo per
formed upon important measures, which it
would bo prcmaturo for thu House to discuss
without. Itcports from committees upon many
important subjocts have, for some, reason, not
been very apparent, been inordinately delayed,
much to the vexation of somo inombora who
clearly evince a deiro to work. Jt is to bo
hoped that things will soon bo in better form,
and that tho disposition towards procrastina
tion, now apparcntly.no prevalent in thu As.
scmbly, will giro place to a more healthy
Upon the heels of tho nowa of Longfellow's
death comes tho intclligeuco that Halpii Waldo
Kmerson, America's leading essayist and noted
author aud lecturer, died u t his home, in Con
cord, Massachusetts, on tho 27th of April.
Kmcrson was born in lloston, May 25, 1603.
His father was a, minister, aud he had a min
ister for an ancestor in every generation for
eight generations, lie was himself " appro
bated" to preach in 1 820, but resigned In 1832,
Ho lectured for forty consecutive seasons be
fore the Lycoum in Kalem, Massachusetts, and
at various places in tho West. Ho "published
"Nature," u small volume, in 1830, and in
1SI1 and ISII his essays woro collected and
published. His other work aro: " Kuglith
Trait," "Conductor Life." " May Day and
other Poems, and "Society and Solitude."
lie has dono littla work in recent yaars.
Ily the satno mail, was alio received the
new of the death of Hon. Horace Mayuard, ux-I'ottmasler-General
of Ihe Uuitod States, and
Admiral Itogers, U.fcj, N.j and ouly a few day
before, wo learned of the death of Charles Hob.
ert Darwin, the noted scientist.
Un. J. Mutt Smith' bill for ho abolition
of the paatpurt system hit been succeeded
by another recommended by tho Committee.
Tbeto aeeuis to Lo it disposition uinoug several
Meuibel of thu Legislature to oppeae uuy
bill brought forward with this object in vjew,
The wurkiug of the present law is olttn unjust,
and if it 1 an not bo repealed entirely, ittdioiild
at least 1 0 amended.
LOAN "FOR JMMiORATION.
Among tho few really important measures
which havo been In ntijjlit larward iu tho As
icrnbly . during its present session, may ho men
tioned nti Act to authorize a loan of 600,000,
specifically for immirulloii purposes, tho ex
penditure of which is to ho contiollcd by tho
President of tho Hoard of Immigration. Al
though the lact that It is tho intention that
lltlt innnoy 'shall bo devoted ruclmtivnly to
the introduction of women anil tduldtcn is tint
avowed in tho bill, yet Ilia word of tho Minis
ter of I'oreigh Affairs has been passed that
such is tho Intention. In view of tho already
existing and still growing disparity of the
sexes on these lshinis, 11113 inoastiro that will
tend to a greater equalization of tho same
should ho hailed nn a boon, and bo dealt with
accordingly. Tho money llitis to bo Hpcnt Is
but! an insignificant item, largo as it may ap
pear arrayed in figures, to the importation of
the object it is intended to Riibtorvr; and wo
trust tho Asscmhy will tako into consideration
tho moral phaao oT tho question before voting
hastily against it.
Wise and Otherwise
Tho sulf-stvlcd statesman, Iiillkalaul,has broituht
fnrnnrd his pet Ten Million Ijoati project, but for
what specific ptirimso or purjioses the money is to
be devoted, the great lluancicr has not slated.
Tho Assembly woro very prompt In passing ait
Increase of tho pay of Kopresontativen; wero they
equally so iu passing other appropriations tint
less necessary, it would show n moro consistent
From the number of petitions presented from
his district by tbo member from Makawao, it
would soom that tho pcoplo there hnd a groat deal
tn pray for; and it is to 1m hoped they wilt not for
get their own Itepresontatlve.
Measures are before tho U.S. Com;re.s for build
ing sotuu thirty additional war vossols, and for
rooru;aniziiiu tho national guard putting tho force
under the control of thn general government.
Probably this Is all for Belf-proHcrvatioit, owing to
the aggressivo iitnl growing military spirit in Ha
The southerly winds which havo been blowing
for tho past week, havo come to us laden with a
sickly slouch from the shorn of tho uuwly made
land on tho esplanade. "What can't bo cured
must bo endured;" but wo object to unwholesome
stinks thntoro ratllu nrtrmliblt, notwithstanding
thai the lioard of Health may think them nico.
Tho editorial pedagogue or pedagogic editor
who roosts on tho tripod of our Wednesday coteni.
kindly informs us thnt ws "havo n aredllitlion for
spoiling llio word gem with :t j." AS 0 ncknoweldgo
thu corn and extend thanks; in tho mino spirit we
reciprocato by Informing our brother that he has
a prediction (vldn copies of his papor), for spoi
ling predilection with three i'n; for spelling defer
ence with an i in tho llrst syllable; "iiowhuiico''
for nuisance; "principlo" forprincipal; "preventa
tive" for preventive; "fellow" for felloo; "axel"
for axle: 'Tcsiguaturo'' for rcsiguntiou,eto., etc.
Interview with the Chinese Commissioners.
A l'r.tss reporter being detailed to iuterviow tho
party of mandarin celestials, who arrived ier
City of Sttlney, bent his steps toward tho Hotel,
where thoy aro temporarily quartered. On tho way,
he turned over his rather rusty diplomatic loro pro
foundly cogitating tho best means of learning our
visitors' business, for, of all nntious under heaven
(if celestials may so bo classed), ho has grown lo
regard tho celestial as most olusivc. Honolulu's
caravansary was reached before a plan of action
was arrived at, and tbo little card which should tell
who awaited their august pleasuro had hardly left
tho owner's hand when the messenger returned,
saying, 'This way, please." Up stairways, and
through long halls he went till tho apartments of
ilossrs.'Jxm Hong Kwcy and On Young Wing wero
reached, aud who wero tho gentlemen sought.
Thoy wero discovered standing at tho wido open
doorway, iu thsir bine aud scarlet robes nnd skull
caps, smiling and bowing a welcome. First thoy
shook their own hands and then thnt of their vis
itor, whom they urged to bo seated. In front of
him sat Jlr. Kwoy, aud upon his left, Mr. Wing,
with a table and n tall bouquet intervening, so that
ho wna littlo seen during tho intcrviow. Iiosido tho
llowors lay two or threo dainty cups nnd saucers,
raro ceramic specimens, and tho waiter brought iu
n small round basket, which those who havo much
to do with Chinese would recognize ns tho con
tainer of " tho cup that cheers," nnd which is nn
1UU1H1W11A.1U1U umueau lAJiupauiuu, uuu wuum u
convenient means of keeping things warm without
lire. The diplomats honored thoir visitor by pre
senting him their cards. Thnt of Mr. Kwcy is an
ordinary tintod ono with the namo iu small script.
Mr. Wing's is n llamiiu! scarlctihand bill bearing
threo immenso black Chiueso characters, tho toji
ono beius like blended and badly made capital!; iu
and K; beneath it is ono resembling a l'with u and
3 attachment. Underneath this is the third, which
resembles n dilapidated window frame of four
lifihts, the lower left ono being gone. Air. Kwoy
wrote Mr. Wing's name in English upon this card.
Inquiry aB to where our learned friendn camo
from, elicited tho fact that Mr. Kwoy, who is tho
chief, is from Washington, where ho Jb n member
of tho Chincso Legation. Mr. Wing is from tho
Han .Francisco Consulntc. Furthermore, it was
learned that Mr. Ij. II. Kwey is an editor of n load
ing Chinoso nowspaper, tho Cliinne Mail, which is
published daily in Hong Koug. Ho has spent four
years in tho United Slatcs,aud isathorough diplo
mat. Yes, yes, but what is his mission hero ? That
was what tho reporter tried to find out, nnd finally
succeeded after plying tho gentlemen with a thou
sand nnd one questions, not ono of which was ro-
, 1 1 111. ..-,..!.:... H..- I.- 11 ..! .- ..II
pieu 10 Wliu luuiutuiiiu iiu aauc, Uliu Jll null,
often tho responses wero liko those of a person hard
of hearing or who did not grasp tho question. Ily
fragmentary instalments, however, all was elicited,
nnd at last it clear breast made of tho wholo. It
scorns that representations havo bocn mado to tho
Chinese Government that its subjects here aro in n
condition of absolute slavery. Ilut Mr. Kwoy read
ily asserts that no complaints havo been made by
tho people themselves. However, tho Government
has deemed it expedient to order tho Legation at
Washington to send n delegation here to inquire
into tho situation and report thereon. Messrs.
Kwoy and Wing havo been selected, and will remain
upon tho Islands two or threo mouths, nnd then ro
turn with their report.
The Native Press.
I from the SCuohxi,
Now is we Timk. Thero novorwas so favorablo
an opportunity as is now offered, for tho Hnwaiiau
!eoplo to exert themselves ou their own behalf, for
tho life of the race. Now is tho timo to work, if
tho pcoplo havo any wish for their own preserva
tion; nml tha helr fs at hand. '",ln spokesmen of
tho nation nro horo assembled, and among them
aro homo earnest workers for good lecislntiou aud
good mcasurcu. Tho majority of tho natives aro
aroused on the subject of Intoxicating drink, nud
declare themselves iu favor of utterly prohibiting
this root of national death. Ou tho incoming
Btcamcr of Monday, will arrive Messrs. Johnson
andllallcnbeck, tho energetic workers ou the side
of life, who aro going to labor amongst us. And
over all, Is tho great laving hand of tho I,oril of
life. Thli is tho auspicious time. Ilut all theso
aids wjll bo useless, uulcss the pooplu will exert
themselves ou their own behalf. What say est thou,
O, Hawaii I You are offered, ou tho alio baud,
blossings, ou thu other, disastor and ruin; hero is
lifo. there In death. Itisforvou tochooso. Chooso
I then life for yourself and your seed after you.
I About UiuiiLiNfi. At tho present time, as wo
havo been luforumd and iu fact, wo havo had the
' evidence of our own eyes, and nobody can deny
. the nrrtiou lrambliuu is beiuu carried on exten
sively. Playing cards for matches Is tho principal
nnd preraleut kind of gaming iu certain localities
lit this citv. It is done openly and iu public, aud
yet the law U not put in force 011 thebo offenders.
Tho arm of thu law itself is not shortened thnt it
cannot reach such cases, but it would very clearly
nptwar that the arms of somo of the government
liilckiW aro decidedly short. There nro uoveru-
I mint uUlccn who know of thiso doings, but they
do not citculo tho law in their hands,
not cxecuto tha law In their nanus.
It inav lui Kil.l. Hint thu law dooj not 11111.lv In
these cases, because lucifer matches aro thu aUtLos
and not money, and that it is only when money is
staled that thu law of gamine iiptillen. Thin lit
not ho. Iu thu gambling parties which wo havo
witucavud, moiiov aud matcbtm both wore t.ikwl.
Ostensibly tho play wna for matches, but money
was staked. Mutches weru Aral bet, aud then thu
ouo who got n good hand put up money, and after
that nulKMly looked at Ihu matches, rurlinp it
may bus-tid. that this I't mere conjecture; but wo
declare thai woutate thu actual truth. This U
Witiiethiug that ought to Iw attended to,
Tut. Two NxTiomuTiL!.. In tbo jear lfcW, tbo
light was brought ta this country by teachers from
u foreign laud. From that time up to Ilut prosenl.
sixty yours and more, thu foreigners lutvu labored
with tho native of the country for iu good, uud
that good has baeu brought about by their working
together, nnd ii.il in Iheir oppnatng rnelt other,
menl we now nor. Ihe Hawaiian (lovernttient,
wuii us Tnnun nepnriineiiuii aeuoofs ami ihhiks
nnd thn schiHil nystem 1 the) business and enterprise
of tho country; tho uikkI name of the floverntnrnt 1
tlirongliout the world 1 tliean nro (lie results, llio i
fruits, of the light of clvllirallnn which was .
brought here by foreigners, ntid f.mtered bv them !
and tho former generation "f natives. How nlinll
these ndvntitagoa lie jiertiettinteilr How shall be
ensured Hie continual progress and glory of Ha
waii and the welfare of her iwopln? will lids tin
brimRhl alwiit, by stirring up opiKisition Iwlween
tho foreigners nnd Ihe nativca? Ily tho nntlvn
withdrawing his ciinfldeueo from thnfiireigner.nnd
the foreigner stniiillngaliHit from the natlvn? Such
a mllcT ould lw t,-ry unwise. If Ihe connection
lie severed ueiv.rcn inn iwn, so Hint 0110 raeo shall
no longi r depend ninm or trust thn nlhor, It would
bo grnul niisfortnno to thn country, and would
imperil tho national Independence: therefore, tho
man or sot of men, the hcwsimiHT or nnwspaiiers,
that shall endeavor to arouse n feeling of antagon
ism between races In Ihesii Islands, is guilty of
gnssa follv. or else i't a bitter enemy to Hawaii,
who Is nonklng tobelray her to destruction. Iu
union is the attongth of this little kingdom; by
division and party tirlfo will como weakness.
Il'rmn Hie A IhnnUt I'd' Ainu
Home of the aels of the present Cabinet Minis
ters or tin. img nave iiecn stion nstonreato ills
satisfaction and surprise, and as a nmseiiiintiro a
general desire linn nrlsen In thn Assembly that
iheiw acta of the Ministers should ho Investigated,
nud lin justiflod or the contrary. A resolution has
been introduced in tho houso, censuring tho Minis
ter of the Interior for having secretly lensetl thn
Hawaiian Hotel, contrary to law. Hut lit defend
of this proceedingof the Miuister.lt is staled thnt
ho was authorized by tho Httniemo Court. Thus It
npiKMim that thn Supremo Court is brought into
tho ptnlilln of Ministerial ilolugH. Wonwait with
interest the result of this resolution of censure,
when the evidoiieu and the arguments 011 both
sides shall be considered.
CuMMO.NioiTKti. It la a matter for regret, nml it
is undignified, to sou our Chief dustlco volunteer
ing his views ou ono of tho great questions of tho
day, or of his own volition taking up legal points.
lH;t us revert to tho past, in thu timo when thn
Hon. K, II. Allen was Chief Justice. When somo
of tho representatives of capital in this country
Wero holding a public meeting to discuss tho labor
laws, which the American newnpnKrs havo char
acterized ns 11 blot ou Hawaii, the Chief ,lttatiee nt
that timo noter consented to nppcnr or express his
vlowsnt Hint meeting, Ho also when 11 mooting
wai held at Knmimlmnill Church, loprotostngnitist
tho net of tho King in summarily diimisslng tho
then Cabinet, Chief Justice Hnrrin look 110 part
in tho movement. Thus tho imorcdncsi, tho dig
nity nnd the high respect duo to tho judiciary was
maintained by thoso predecessors of tho present
It should bo understood nud fell by our Chief
Justlco, that his position istixallcd above that of
overy other person iu tho country, nud that his de
cisions havo tho force of law. Aud It is for this
reason that we nro constrained to thus publicly
tako him to task.
Mr. Johnson'3 Lecture.
Kn. I'ltms: A loeluro was ilclltcrcd in llio Fort
Street Chinch, on tho evening of Tuesday last, by
tho celebralod tompcranco lecturer Mr. Johnson,
who arrived horo by tho last steamer from Sau
Irancisco. The bouse, although comfortably full,
was nut so crowded ns it might havo been, owing
to tbo fact that tho night was tho last of tho "Loan
Inhibition"; and also that n rain storm scorned to
tlireaton. To iineli as wero there, however, were
given the pleasure of lislening to an eloquent and
gracefnl speaker, who seemed very much at homo
with his subject, urn! who dealt out somo hard and
wcll-dcscrved hits at tho iniquitous lmtnro of llio
liquor tralflo by an :,blo exposition of tho fearful
extent to which tho liquor pooplo drink is ndultcr
ateil nnd polniiml. Ho exhibited sample vials of
tho various essential oils, together with other
chemical ingredients used in tho manufacture of
different liquors; and also several books contain
ing receipts for their uso in tho manufacture of
wines nnd spirits. Ho asserted, nnd upon vory
good grounds too, that such articles as puro
French brandy, puro gin, or puro port wine, wero
things unknown iu America, or horo ou these
Islands. Iu all, tho lecturer mado a fearful show
ing; nnd I wish that cvory inhabitant of tho city
could havo bcon thcro to boar him. Hut, deeply
ns l symp-uuiro witit any euorts uirccicu against
tho iniquities of tho liquor trnillc, and in any fair
exposition of frauds practicod for its sustoutatiou
and thcro aro many I still deem it right to notico
also what wo may deem errors of Btatoment in re
gard to facts, nnd I hopo I may bo pardoned for
noticing n fow which to my mind wera committed
by tho speaker upon this particular occasion. Tho
speaker asserted that four drops of sulphuric acid
was n doso suflicicnt to kill nny man, which state
ment is erroneous, ar, this is not iu excess of an
ordinary medicinal tonic doso 6f the acid. Htrych
nino, whether "in the mash" or in tho distillate,
would equally oxnoso itself by its bitter taste if
coutainod in tho liquor in sulhcient quantity to bo
doletorious. Tho speaker would make hog-cholera
dependent upon the imbibition of tho swill from
stills which had been impregnatecd with strychnia,
whereas hog-cholora is a specific discasodotiendeut
upon n peculiar poison, and no moro to bo pro
duced by strychnia or other chemicals than is
small-pox or measles. And lastly, ho cannot make
whiskoy "or brandy for twenty-fivo cents a quart
ere, "and mako a small profit besides," for tho
simpla reason that tho alcohol, alouo required,
would cost iu advance of this figure.
I do not iudorso tho Speaker's idea that alcohol
is unnecessary ns n therapontio agent, and that it is
simply an irritant. In medicine, I hold it has its
legitiinato sphoro as 11 stimulant nud sedative (not
"irritant"). F. II.
Tho Itcgular I'ruycr JlcetlnR of tho V. JI. O. A. will li
HELD KVKUV SUSDAY 11VI1NIN0 at the Veetry of
Fort Street Church. OB Services commcncini; nt Gt IS
E. C. JJAIC1S, (55 MKKOIlA"l"S
Kxclmn;e. Is tho only authorized Asent of Ihe
rnE9n In hsn Francisco. Tho Satdmiay I'msi can
always he aeon on flip in Ills olllcc. UO
British Benevolent Society Ball
Wednesday, May 24, 1882.
YTHMllEnS AK IIKUKHV JX-
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eludlne oin fiiprrlur Teas. lUH.LKH X CO.
nr uni-nl 111 li vnmuerm r,n,ri, fn 1
, . int nuAULULu ina.urin tarntjo ,u. j
HAS l.KK.N Ui:UVi:il TO Su. hi ki.no ST.
I'uniliurr lloiisiholu flnnUf. llassaitv and 1'aicels
nun id lo or from anr tmliit In Hi" ('Ity by careful and
Hi" i Ity by curelul an
experienced nanus at i.uii
imiiim; Nn. i:tu
T I O N A lvl' K U Tl 1 1 H I ) A T 15
JL ta all
trlctlr nrnlillMtid, ixieut between the hours of
ill., hii. ni nml I (oil p. in. II. H. FKKKTII.
Apimititl. Kiipriluuiiiliiitof Wnlcr U'otkf
INIziiid) II A I' I'AiiTim. .Vllulfterotlntorior
Houolulu, April ltll. tMI tJWaltf
SFEHM OIL !
t j i:mim: .iiiTin.ii srit.ti.M;i
iu icifrturdei. Jnil ncelied per
3IA1U iV Sl'SA."
if lor ai by
nil lb', H3
i;oi,i.k & co'
1VH liana Vou llulow Mill be glad lupUy CUxIrutl
Wu.lc l ivtnliii luillcaoii uiotlirat terma, Lrssont
clun Iu i'lauoroitu nUrliii; l.uner lea.ou. If Mlloln
Calf a lulleot Ihe 1'o.t liulce, he,o.,il that li'.IU. .Com
uianlcstloiu left at Wlil.L' Jiluilc blorc kIII bo
urouiotly attcndril lv Tl WJ 8m
-,. . - -,1-1-v - s a -. . f,
AI Tj CC I? C I A QT
J Vi ISOOXVkJa VTYk)l
Would Cull Altonliou
Paris Steel Breakixig
- --- -TJIK
Moline Steel Breakers and
Pl.llict.lr. I nlll, II,,. 111. I H, i iliri. .t.,l... II.
lllaa tim'a felehrntcil Cane Knltea . marie lo order
O.x chains, Fei ce thalnf.
SUGAR MILL REQUIREMENTS :
Sugar Bags, Sugar Kegs, Cumberland Coal !
Hperin I'll, (ylliiilrr.l.anl ami lirrnrriin Oil, Perfect I.ulirh Mors. PIiiiiiIui.-i', All n (-, l)ltnir anil H.
slid. I I Ilea, all aires nnilkliiilai Oleum PncVlnir, llounit nml Flat India Itiilili.r. AMie-tua nud Hnnii Ktone. Flax
I'acklnn, mils Unlilier llo-e. H to 3 In. t Pipes arid I'i.iii.IIiic", .Macliltin lloltt, all al.e. ( Niila ml Wailierf. rin
Islieili t iilil-prroeil lllnrlmnllli's, Hitjlnrrra nnil t'atpenterf Hammers Wlnrliee . K In, to i In : I'lue Cutlers
Anvils, Vices. Tiilu Wf rfpera nml (Irinilntoiies 111:!' AMIillltlA.N II.Mt I no A.MtTOoi, fJri:i:i"
Builders' Hardware, All Kinds h Styles;,
IIOIIItlKlll'N t'liluls ntul Oils, raiviind bollcilj HmMI PMnlsIn Oil. In l.irrc inrlelvi Drr I'ulnl.- i-nii
Venetian. Ited. Ochres. Metallic, It , Whiting. Herman Window (llaj., a..tds'el t Manila l7nVf, 1" : n.
staple Gnocnuins 1
No. I nml S Flour, No.
nest (iisllly of Tallin
Oysters, ('lams, Hnltnoti, f.nunlerr, Fl
iicnsed .Milk, Cocoa
SPECIAIriKS 1 THE PALACE KEROSENE OIL, Wealmr. Centrifugal J.ININOS Ulii.
HUBI1ER SPRINGS AND CANVAS IlRAKEJuft at hand j UlnUc Hteom Pump Vnlre,, p'ntkliiir'
Acs lllake Holler 1'ceili dnlee or Molaffea Irrljntlnz and Vacuum I'umpe, f
Weston's Patent Centrifugals, complete;
Aim. ON CONSIGNMENT, California liny, Hurley, PntMne , Il.irrrl. Snln .., limns Wheal,,, Mi,,,,
for Hollers nnd Slentn Pipes, terr cheap; Fence Wire nnd Hlaples, (inlv. lioonng. .wi.ealoa .M,P
Wilcox A; OlliVs Automatic. SinKor Mf,;. Co., Asatd.t Roiitlncloit Co., Family, Wllnon No.
Mnchliio, llio BoU Asfiirlinont o 1o Found, nud AT BOTTOM PRICES.
NEW GOODS BY EVERY ARRIVAL FROM ENGLAND, NEW
YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO.
1 New Traction Engine, S-h. p.
Orders from the Other Islands Filled ut licit Kati-a and tilth IHtnatrli.
.... - .. . ., .. 1 11 t " ' L-L'"
IKH A Fill
Losses Paid, Over :
THE LARGEST PACIFIC COAST CO.
I)elliii Itlaka n .Sice-lnlty: Detached Duellings and Content Infiirtil for n Period of Three Years for Two
miliums In Advance. Wo also wrllo upon -Mercliniidlfc, per I'lretClats Vetacls. between this l'ort and the
WhSi,. sti in'mln;?'.1."?.1'?!1;1 u""""'' " 1A'"0,"'tl"K ' Hcvcit per Cent, or more, on the Sound Value f o
it. J t i !"Ilimil!f nt ' ort I,"l'rlr Vn,l,ll,?,ro, l'reimrcd to mako Contracts Civcrlna Wlilpinents from l'lnnlatloin
tlironslitoHatirraiicIecii, incltidliis l'ireltlfknhlloln lloiiolulunwltlnsTrniis-h1pmcnl,HioiiravornbloTeriis,
831 j- oill ly
IHiUCJS tM IIII( IMS !
Larg-est Stock and Most
In tho Hawnltau Islands.
As tlie greater portion of our Stock Is obtained from
Iltel hands wo arc enabled to
Only tlie Best Quality.
soli: auknts fou thi:
J. C. AYER GOMP'Y., LOWELL, MASS.
Crown Perfumer Co, LUudon,
PARKE, DAVIS & CO.,
Homeo'iatliic Medicine Co., New York.
C3r. C3r. C3- r O XX,
Autjust Flowers anil (iuriiian Syruji
CELLULOID TRUSSES !
Warranted not to Ittiatl llreakl or Wear out. I
Carefully prepared by im eipericnced l'lamacl.l
at nny hour of the night or day, at
fiOUISTfil & COX
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
(IU Nl'LANL hT
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
WK nro CONSTANTLY HKCKIYINU
I.AUOU ADIIITIONK TO 01 It BTOt'K 01'
Hay Cixxd. CSrX'fvlxx
And as a I'urchaso In Latcu U)tf 1'Olt C'AHII,
Are Enabled to Sell as Low
as any Other Firm.
AiidlUtliislbuI,AU(Ji:tT KTOCK Hi tha Klui;doui,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT,
lluycrs would t'u well to obtain our pilcea
before ordcrlus Iawhtrr.
WE HAVE A FEED MILL FOR SALE I
rT-IX OOOD OIIDKII.-S
With Belts and Pulleys !
Will (irlud from 1 to 'J Tom per Dajr
Wo art rjolt AjjenU fur tba" Hoover Telephone."
Tbo Chcuuciit, Hlmploat nud Best Id Ue.
hole A;enla for Ihe " l'attnt Hptluj fail.." Aujr
Iitruin rrilrli" one of thr.oCaifa, can procuru tticui
IHKAI'KU throaytiua Ihanb "aaLluc Jur grocer"
for one, or having ll nude litre.
i.aimi: V I'M.
0OLUM1IIA IliVKIt HALMON, IN
bancla aud bill btrrela. t'vr ! br
1I0L1.KH A Co
- n -- --. -. -
T 17 Ar CCCITT
JLll OL K.J J KJ JV H
to Their Largo umi
Steel Plows, all sizes;
r a CHng I'l'ifi- Plant i'
Amu' Nliorrl anil Si.iil-
II. f. I.eil iiifik,-., tlanlni ,,e,,
t anal llarruwf, Ox Itoua, Yokes,
1 and 2 Hire, I'rnrbetl Hininr, China nml Jnpau
1'iults from Ihe Fnrlory. 1THH llnslltlt Hpkn
-D OF CALIFORNIA. (of
S ! $1,250,000
: : : $4,500,000
: : :
,StXE3XX03E? efc Oo.,
It is n well-known nml acknowledged
fact that tlio iMidiiiglit Assassin
and Poisoner do far
Than tho daily neglect and thought
lessness of thoso who fail lo keep tho
Human Pramo properly Clothed and
Shod. In view of theso facts, and in tho
interests of tho pnhlic mid himself,
A. M. Mellis
Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods !
Ladies' aud Gentlemen's Hoots & Shoes,
Solo Agent for tho International
lias determined to placo it within tho
reach of all to obtain Every Article
Suitable for tho Climate that Man or
Woman can Wear, of tho Best Material
and AT THE LOWEST CASH P1U-
CES, and having but ONE VliWE,
tho Purchnsor of Ono Dollar is on tho
same footing as tho Buyer to tho oxtentof
100 Dollars !
The Clothing of tho abovo well-known
Co. aro famous for the Elegance of their
Cut nnd the Durability ofMntoriul :
Gents' Silk Mixture Suits,
Gouts' Doeskin Suita,
Gouts' Pants and Vests,
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
Light Summer Suits, quite new;
Ho has, for somo years, endeavored to
meet tho natrouugo of thu Inhabitant
of tho Hawaiian Islands, and is vory
thankful for tho supjwrt ho bus received
and that ho considers as his eliiol
Reward ! !
Ho would call attention to thu follow
ing Siiecinl Linos wliiuh ho has Imported
Direct from tho Manufacturon, Pur
chased for Cash, and which ho is ublo to
offer AT L0W131. PMOES than over
offered iu Honolulu lxjforo; and it his
That u Good Article, ut a Kair Price,
must command n Sliiire of the Trudo of
Ladies' Kid SundulB, Ladies Linu Em-
Full Line ot Bronze, Pink and Blue
Children's and Bryant's 8hocn.
fgjC' Tho Boot mid Shoo Department
in an Entirely Now Branch, and hu will
only bo too lmjipy to show thco Goodu
to pua-husers or otherwise.
AXJWED M. MIXLU,
m mi i o i vt rt uraurr.
broidoneH, Ludioa lwi l'rineiws Hoots,
iiuitc now; Glove Kid Prince Albert
bhocH, Gents' Embroidered Openi Slip
pom, Gents' Kid Albert Tie Shot, a
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