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Vnnl nn liny
MalmliniiA, Knnalhar, l.m palim Imr anil Win
llrtutnltig ttllllnmh nt mi ilir iihnti imti
it' iiniininiii tnrn ntintiny A M
rtr .Mi I'M'ilM lot l'iis.iii;r .llimo . -mi
H IKisllllfly tettisn in iirn rroiinl fnr I'nMi(''.
mill r psrilrmnrly mil tu atiintlen nf iii traveling
rnihllf In llinii(i"ii) of linvlif Hin-anf" nun I rnlirnt
plainly liinikrdi llm riliminrr all, mil be resnonnlnle
inr sny niilitatkril llnmtnnr m fur Ir.lelit in Parrels,
mill .n Itcrt'lpii'il inf.
Krolfcti t Money Due on IJomaiiiI.
Im .All (m ii( fulfill f"r I'UMIk not restiminlhli, or
tiuktinttn the frr tain money nil) Im irfjnfroi In mlvnt.cc
I WUt.MJI.N Ol I.Hl!OHH mill MINI H Ml M
III, I'liUMil J I tllUltll
I or I In 1'itl) nlmm lhy atr fnr, or plainly lninl In Dm
t in whom they ni roiiilenrrt
Ml ilemniKli for ilnrnnrr nr ln mni li
In nil ;r liable for lni nr nrrlilnrir lu llvn nlm I.
it uncK Kri'rrn, iioin, nun siirn use uiu tine tie
alloMml nn board llio jitlniiiProii nrrlvnl, until nfltir Dm
putotlPI ' hyv Kt landed
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PACIFIC MAIL STtAMSHIH COMPANY
For San Francisco.
till, M'1,1 M(l II mi;a.uiiiii'
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WiLI. LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On oi about Monday Juno 7
FOR SYDNEY VJA. AUCKLAND!
in: m'm;.miii hi r.AMMiiir
On or nboul Sutuvclay, Juno 11th
lur Vrt'glil ninl Pmsniti', npi'ly In
vnnii. li, iiaciu'KI.I) ,v u ,.Ktiiu
Oooil Inr Shipment per Nli'iimi'i' mil mill
Imi NKircil, I'ri'i" ill Clinrur. In lln I'lre-priml
M rtrftioiiNr tii'itr llm .Sliniiier vvliiur.
a. raLvNBi COOBC,
AllKNTrOHTIII". rOM.OVIN(l fOAHTKlIK
Wnllole, frX Mnlolii
"Wnloll. ,foh .Tulln
Wrilciiu, MKh Wnlnmlii.
1 l,.(l llnl tHIi W'hllrll.ill Ofllco CiiiiiirofOiicri,
rW mill Nniiniiii Hlncln 1
PLANTERS1 LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
jfiv c Browor A. Co. Agonta. ia
SflA: .Mcrclinnillsr rrcchrd filnrnm- I'i'.Sai
and liberal canh nilmnrrn inndu on rlilnminti lirilils
iic. wi ly c. niti'.wiin.tco
No. 105 FORT ST.,
HAVE JUST DECEIVED
I (!!- .tltUUuM ' Thtir Woe. "
BEDROOM AND jStationers
PARLOR FURNITURE) News Dealers !
.Iiirf WiohO ro . Itfo)tlic Public,
That They will NOT BE UNDERSOLD,
vj: iiavj: TJir
LARGEST STOCK !
wi: ham: tiu.
AND Wl! W1IM. SKM. AT
CALL AND SEE
OIIIXUJCT. 13 -sr
TELEPHONE No. 140
105 SPoirt iSitx-oot;
PER W. G. IRWIN,
GoiiDKN cati: run it, uidi:
radoKlour, (Irahaui Hour, Oal ileal, Cum Muit,
Cracked Wheat, J uil at Hand, and for halj by
UOlilihh A, i. O
AUII.a.lMI 10 1,11. I'AIIA. UI.C.S I'll!
MA pork. Lilt 'jarrelsj Kxira aniiiT i'c i , 1.1 iin
For bale by IIOI.LKn CO
UAHLKV. HIIUU: IIAIII.IJV,
for bain by UOl.l.Kpi A. CO
IX H.liiM. riHNV AMU KtC'ONU UA1.1T
Also. California Cube, hi boicst Crushed bucar, lu I
barrels and half baruU; Dry Uiantilalrd busar, 111 oar- ;
nls aud half barnls. Kurtfaleby llOld.Hb JC CO,
'i't'll'lu VtU UAUIt litl.AUil'A
m general lot of OuoU Ittd balmoii, In bsrrl,Miilin
I'Mfvet OrttM- rine Article.
viii JMieimib.j .a ,-ftt
Jiiuo JO th
fniin roi.i.ciw sn
Commlttoo of ArrnnKomontn,
ll A WIDKMANN
WM l IIIWIN.
I I'.i II, IIIIOWM.
II II .MAI'fAIII.ANr.'
I AIT A N. 'Illll'l',
.1 AM I'.I IIOIUI.
riKST AV, SATT'IIHA V, Jiiiiii Ml
i iinihM nrlnp Al I o f i i k ihrp
Lcnhi Gup, $40.
ML I.I', IIAI I Mil. iij-1 Ircloili i nlrhiirlliln
Knpiolnni Pinto, S100.
1011 HAWAII N lllli:il IIIMIHIIS Mil" .I..!i
Cnlili wrlntila I'niirniu J10
King's rintc, $125.
I (HI '1 IIIICl: VISAH OMIH-Uiimi In (III- llmt K In .1
lomrrv lUMht lliiirnnrt JU.
Park Cup, 7b.
'Ihr'c iiniilirn nf u inltr
0I.1IIH lirnl In llir Hllit'l'.M
I'fM lor (111 WO ViAJt
Rooiprocity Pinto, $100.
TltorriMl HAIK. mile IimUi tut nint. lolmr-uii--Tree
in nil llntir tint Iiki not n lidirrrcrnnl
tlitn 'M1' In nn) iml.1l' rncr In tlih Kliiqdoiti i:iitrnnrft
Qucon Km ma Pinto, $100.
Ill NNIKO ltA I! Tlirce qnnrlrrn of n nillcilii.li
I ice to til, lixirrr null)) Knirjuoi JIO
KKCONI) IA.M0NIAV, .fi
i , mi, i, iria i , , Kill
' lloinmriirlii nt I ii'rliif li almip
Express Cup, $75.
rillWt TO AM. IIOIIMIJH Hint linvr liri 11 ililwn In
I'nlillr llnrk, rlx innnllir irilnn Inthlnllth .tunc
Knniclinmohn Pinto, $ 200,
TUOn 1NO IIA(.'i:-Mll( lirntn Wt n In r, n linrnun
Lunn Mnknniimnn Pinto, $100.
ONI! AND A HAM' MIM", DAHII-l'rtP for nil, to
tarry IkiUjs. Iliitrnnii' $l
Rogont's Plntc, $100.
I'tilli; In nil IIUIt.SKrltrrillntliBKIneitohi-llrnt tf
tn :i Cntcli Mllit Iliilrnncu $l.
Pony Rnco Cup, $50.
ONi: MIl.i: DASll-Oiicn to all ltnr.es bred In Iliu
Klnsdmn lint kvit l"14 linniln hluli-Untcli cU'htc.
I.' n I rim re ?'i.
111 hum: II AC I
ull Catch i'llilf
I inllc iln.h
I liunilcH 1'rcc
Donkey Rnco Cup, 25.
Olt AM,i:ncli Mini to rlilu tin nrllitnrn
'I lie lnt nni' miller Hie wlro whin
Tricycle, anil Foot RACE,
I'nr Wl yariln. I'or Jllilaln anil n Cup.
C2T All ll()ltSi:s cntcrnl fur llicic Itaccn will lie
uiiilrr tins cnntrol nf Hie .ludse. nnd lliclr ilccUlon
will bo flnnl. All Itnnnlnc Jlaccs wl 1 1 ho tinrtcr
tlio lliilen nftlit' I'nrln: lllnnd-uorie Annoclnllnn Kx
ccptlnsni tiiMclRhts. All Ilort tn enrry a Illdir.
All TrotlhiK Il.iccs ulll 1m limUr the Itulcsnf ttc
Nutional Trntlln Aseoclatlun,
" Xn l'ool Hrlllni on the I'arl. KrnunUs. All
Homo that aro told In l'lioli will Lc tllkil out.
In order to necurcai.d mehilaln order, no one III be
nllnneil on tlio Imck without the Anoclntlon ndc,
n lilch con he obtained on llic Ground;.
tST" IVrtuitn to train Horscnnn the Park truck cun
bo obtained from Mr. II. It. Mncrarl-inr. Jockiyn
colorn inn e t accompany Kutrance feen
ALL ENTRIES TO CLOSE
Saturday, June 3rd, 1882.
At r. I'. 31., at the office of 3lr Cecil llrown
It In also plnnnid to lmu un
EXHIBITION OF STOCK!
Official rrORrumintrjuf the Daj f' Ilaci n maybe pro
cunilat31cars. J.W. ltobcrtrou li Co'nllookntnrc, the
procicds of which are for the benefit of the I'arl;
Admittance to the Park, S3 cents: llorics and Car
tlRKin, DO cents; Aiimlltancu to the "rand b.and, $1.00.
11 A. WIUEMANX.
i.. a. I'icucn,
Wl B7 Sicrctary.
J. M. OAT, JR., & CO.,
H otild take this nielhnd tit InforuihiK the Inhnb-
Hants uf Honolulu and thu older Tshiiilx,
llial they hac opcnida
i Stationery & News Depot
In thu MIW HAWAIIAN l.AZKTIT. DLOC'K
ao Si ilcrcliant htrci I. where thcy
.ire preiKirol lo furnish
HL.V.Mi 1KKIKS, .Mi:.M0i:.V.MUM HOOKS,
Inks. In ipurls, pint, half pint's and coucs;
MncUac, " "
Lottor and Noto Pap or, Foolscnp
I.cruI Cup, Ihivi'lopes, Papcterlee, etc.. rlc.
Ordors takon for any Periodical
that may bo Desired.
Prompt ultiiitlon will bctiUmi to the Mollliij;uf Pa
pers to (subscribers ou any of the other Islands. Alto,
Orilws fur lied l!ubber bluinpn UcceltcU
and l'rimptly Flllut.
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
I iiru CONSTANTLY l.KCKlVlNU
I.AUUU ADDtTIOSh 'IO OUlt bTOCK Of
Hay and. Gri'lxx
And o we PurcUasi hi tarxo l.uts KOIt CASH,
Are Enabled to Sell as Low
as any Other Firm.
And HadiiK the l.AHtlKbT b'lOUK lu the Ktugdmu,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT,
lluitrs would du well to obltthi our price
before ordcilng cUuwIierc
WE HAVE A FEED MILL FOR SALE I
.IT- IN OOOI) Olll)Klt.
With Belts and Pulleys t
Wll Oilud from I loliTuui pel Uif
Wu arc bolv Axcuts for lliu" IIoocrTvli'line,"
I Tim t!linnBt. Rlmiilnat Hud Beat in UiO,
- - -.J-V, -w. g--ww -- -
Sole Ajiuls for the "Patiul rlprlni; Carls." Auy
. , liir.on rtqlrtui: one of these Carts, cau procure luem
A I UHKAl'KUthruuiilmslhaiiby "a.klug your groecr"
I for one, or usvlujj It undo hire.
.AlVt: at CO,
OM.IH Ttm OKIf KIIAI. H OII'ICIJ, I
Itoimlulii itay !th, irr f
Tin- fntlnwlnc liimrln have lorn irlred mnlrr llii
ft'Tenne l.nwn, nn.) If nol rUlmeil nllhln Iwenly lUfi
will t! tmlil rrmilewiiMl. nnd mid at I'atllc Audloiit
II II in illtmnml, 5n I, Honolulu. 7 pkn Ilulh'n
ltnti( m Ho l.'lmng, Aug 16th, IWi
K HO, ftpkr f'hlnrna Pimlnlonn, n XmlandU'
A pill 3. I. 19.
Almi ivill bn nnlil, far IIhiIw ami I lnrirr, If nol
(Ulmiil wllliln twenty ilnjni
Auk Lflinngi-. Ilntinliiln, !l r. I'lUnl" r.ft'di, r m
Zralnmll. Oil HTlti, IFVI.
l H (I A Co. It In ilUmnnd, TS tn Honp, r City nf
II X Wlii(pit, I plr: W V nnlliiflnlil, I plrni II in
diamond. Ilnnnlnln, I pki;i It H Murk, 8 l'V((i II II A.
Co, Vn ro, I pk; ii m, I lllnrk Tranki n I nt, I c Olli
S A , 1 L(, Mrs Win Paly, Kolnls, I pkgi Ira llrnd
nlmw, I pkm W II Wlnc'iall, I pkgi Clm Kempiter, I
pkgi I'Mer MrKi'iile IIIIm. t iiVbi .1 H Cut'tne, Urkcx
ifl .11 W f AM,f:V:rollrrtor(lenrr
.It nr IItii, lite Coiiimemiirntlnii Diynf Kamehniiiiln
I .Milne mi undn, MOKIlAY, .11; M: I9tii,III Ii"
nlHKnfnr a a Public llnllday) and all (lorcrnimnt
omem llirnii.honl Iho Klimilnm will hn ciooed on that
day W " AllMrtlltONtl,
l"l Wl Mlnlslrrrif tlio Intrtlor
Session Laws of 1882.
TO AUTHORIZE TUB HOLDING OV
AN" ELECTION FOR REPRESENTA
TIVE FOR THE DISTRICT OF KAA
WliMtEAB. tbo district compocud of
Kabnkulon and Kannnjmli, on tbo Islandof
ll.iui, is by law a scpnrato election district
and outitlcd to elect n Representative to
tbo Lcgibintivo Assembly, and
WimitEAS, tbo said District is not a sep
avato Judicial or Taxation District, and
tbereforo tbcro woro not Dibtrict JubUccb,
Tax Collectors or Scbool Superintendents
available witbin tbo District from among
wbom tbo Ministor of tbo Interior could
dosignato Inspectors to presido over and
conduct" tbo olections bold on tbo 1st dny
of Fobrunry, 18B2, and in consequence
tboroof no election was beld in tbat Dis
trict ; tbereforo Bo it opneted by tbo King
mid Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian
Islands in tbo Logislatu.ro of the Kingdom
Section 1. Tbero bball bo an election for
Representative bold in tbo district composed
of Knbakuloi and KaauupaIi,on tbo Island
of Mnui, at the school housoinsaiddibtjicts
of which, at least ton days previous public
notico shall be given by tbo Inspector of
Section U. Tlio Minister of tbo Interior
is hereby authorized mid required to ap
point thrco fluitablo persons, as Inspectors,
to piosido over and conduct tlio said elec
tion. Section 3. Tbo election provided for
by this Act shall bo conducted according
to thu law regulating olections, and the
election hereby ordered shnll bo valid and
binding to nil intents aud purposes,
nnd tho tenure of ofllco of tbo Konrcnta-
tivo so olected shnll bo tbo satno as if
elected at regular election.
Section 4. At all elections fov Rcpic
6cntativos hereafter to bo held tho Min
ister of tbo Interior is hereby authorized
and ornpoworcd to cbtablish a placo for
receiving tho votes in tho said District
composed of Kannapali and Kahukuloa,
Island of Mnui, nnd to designato thrco
snitablo pcrsuns as inspectors to presido
over nnd conduct tbo said clcctiuu.
Section 5. This Act shall tnko effect
Approved this second day of May, A. D.
Signed. KALAKAUA REX.
005 tlO 3-t
TO CREATE AN ADDITIONAL
POUT OF ENTRY AND DEPARTURE
OF VESSELS FROM FOREIGN COUN
TRIES IN THE COLLECTION DIS
TftlCT OF KAWAIUAE, IN THE
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Uo it enacted by tho King and tho Legis
lative Assembly of tho Hawaiian Islands,
iu thoLegislatuio of tbo Kingdom assem
bled. Section 1. Muhukona, in tho Ibland of
Hawaii aud Collection District of Knwai-
hue, shall be mid is hereby created nn
additional Port of Entry and departure of
Vcsnols from Foitign Couutrios.
SECflON 2, This Act (hull tako ailect
mid becomo law on tho 1st day of July
next ensuing. ,
Approved this Oth day of May, A. 1).
005 KALAKAUA REX.
AtsMOH'rMr.XT Of JAIMMJti:
China Teas, nt all trades and qualities, in-
omo superior Teas. UOLLKS & CO.
V. J)AKK, !5 MKUCUAXTVi
Exchange. Is the only authorised Agiul uf the
1ress in 8an
rrsneuco. iae RATVBuar russs cau
always be sciu ou 81 In bla coke,
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S it !
f I II
M ir if
H Ky : ii
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2 5 i ? 5
jtajfteL-ja-. i-.v j , ., .
All ilfrtli ramis forth" Mi' wiAr Pncsn mollie
ifnt It, Wy TrMny h'K,n Vi inirrtlnns for the cninnt
IwrwraM hnsmntf"l niti-u unllll lt-r
Adreftl.nr" Hill mmk lie imiiiti'f nf lnnrtlons de
linl, frnrn whhh ilntr th'y ibsv Any nnlnumnikH
will h. rharcit I monlh .
THOU O TIIIIUM, Monger
notkh or Tin: wkkk.
'I iff TmirlnU iHirfortiiHl l n orj kovji! liniinq nl
llin'llmrtirq Innl Mnttirilnyi-triilnif.
liktmx toiKirU from tlionrtfwlnii wrllnl Wnln-
lim itiy llinl tlio atrwttii li p,ruwltiK 'fi'iK' r.
'I'nr Ti'tniwrinirn Icntnrer, .Mr. :il .fo!iiinin,
trtllcil for llllo hy Din LUthLr mx Tinn-lay Irtnt.
I'onotir "Alnirlcni Monthly," "l.ato l'iiljc.i
tlonn," ilo., wo llirioulilili) mK"lnf Ui-itny'it Innue,
.Mtfim.lfiMT nl(lil, irvriiliiu llnml Concrftn nml
Wnlkikl Imlhlni; mrllrtt ntnoii llieptournminrilor
Wonit on Iho iitlmliiii mil nl tlt'i llolel U nnw,
niiiUiiiinl nlftlil nnd tiny nml kom! pro(rMin Ik hn
Iiik Dljiloninllo, mil ConnnMr C'jrjn paid tliilr
tMK ctn to llm iiw Mlnlitir of Vmtu,n AlTnlrri
I)n. IlincniNM.i lm iJIrtcil of Mi Una icnl
ikncn nn Kniinnii iri''(, nml pnrpwn lo Inrttn tin
till from initny plncon tlio nlmi'inx! of tlio tinu.il
niiowcrd In reinirtcl.
Ir Uiln wcullier don't "lot ko" pretty Mem, tliu
proprktorM of our Icvtionin wiIwiih will Imvo lo
inlnrK'i tlittr pirloni.
Moittir, .Inna liftli, will bo ixlibrntcd nn Coin
titeinornlloti Day for Knrutilininclia I tlio " II In"
fnlllnK on Humlny lliin ytnr,
'Io-niomt thu "Tourlolfi" dlvn tliilr lant Mt
fonnnnco nt llic UiiiiJrc, 'Jlicy Iphto licit wuok for
ii lour on tlio oilier Inl.iiidx,
Owimi to Mr, IlnlUnli ck'n Jtidlnpmltloti tlio to
viral HcrvlctH nt Tort Htroct Clitirch will not com
moiiio until to-morrow tivviiliik'.
'lite hi'iiullful iwitliiiKi rtyin (rues nro liifltiiiln
to hlooni. 'lliclr II.'uiiIiik blosponiH conlrnst Ijcnu
tlfnlly with tlio prcvnlllnc Krc:i.
A toMiiu.NiuATtoM nniowlnR Mr. WW Joliniion'ri
liclurtfl In Honolulu Ik uimtoldaldy crowded ont
of lliin Iwne, hut will nppmr In our iifxt.
Tin; wcntlipr during iho pit twoweilui hnHhicu
nllcrnituly warm imU hiillry or cool nnd ploionnt,
nn thu trades or southerly wlndn prevailed.
Tiik H.iillnj: vcwmjIh Hint nrrived from tho Coaat
a few d.iys no Imvo nil lo.nltd nnd united, nnd tlio
Inrlior Iiuh Ijccu quito haro of forciun Hhipninu
At Vort Htriot Church Maudny inortdiic Mr.
Craznii will pruncli: In Iho evening tho flrnt of
tlio Union Gospel HctvIcch conducted hy Mr. JI.
Mu. Iki Don KonEHCAiiwiy, n vIoIiiiIhI who nr
rlvtd hy tho Inst ntenmer from tho Count, iirotHMCM
to rcmniii In Honolulu Homo time. Ills card will
ho neon In niiothor column. a,
'fun KiiiR linn uppulutcd Mr. Vi. M. Olbsoii I'rcs
Idcntof tho Hoard of Hialth,vico.Mr.Arm8tron(,',
ri'sif!nid. Mr. A. U. CIcKhorn hnii nlao Ixjcii np
pointcd a member of tho Hoard.
'fin: Mission CIiildron'H HocielywIII mtct tbiB
uvininn nt tlio residenco of Ur. C. M. Hyde, on
Horotniiiasticit. Thin hiin their nnuu.il miit
iupr, u full ntlcndauco U diiniblo.
Amo:;(I tho candidates unmi'dloBucccuIMr.Gib
hoii, nro Hovcrnl who ucro hoforo thu pcoplu at tho
late election. Tho most prominent nnmes nppenr
to 1m) thosoof Kunuinken nno K latikoa.
1'uiu.ia notice is t-hen by tho Election lionrd of
Honolulu District that an election will bo held at
Aliiolnnt Halo on Juno ,'kl to elect a representa
tive to succeed Mr. W. JI. GiUnu, ritdgucd,
If tho atroitH around Kmma Square woro Hprikled
oery Saturday afternoon and tho dust laid, it
would bo appreciated by tho many pcoplu who
attend tho UBual Hand Concerts on that day.
Os Sunday nnd Jlonday last the town was filled
with rumors of removals nnd new appointments
nraonp; various ofllcern of tho different departments
of tho Government, but fortunately thoy wcro only
Me. Viuy Tayloii will t;ivo his fifth f reo organ
lecitnl Tnesdny evening, Jlay 30th, in St. Andrew's
Cathedral, assisted hy H. It. II. Princess Liliuoka
lani, H. It. H. Princess Likelike, and Jlr. A. 'f.
TiiEr.E was a very good nttendanco at Jlr. Wray
Tajlor'd freo organ recital at St. Andrew'a Cathe
dral last Tuesday ovening. Ho was assisted by
JUle. Ponti nnd JlessrB. JlcCartncy and Scar
borough. Tun tides have been unusually high of lato,
probably owing in irt to tho southerly winds,
nnd tho water on suteral occasions has overflowed
the now mado laud on tho esplanade near tho foot
of ltichards btreet.
Since our lust isauo fio pasiaengers haw left
Honolulu for San rnuicUcu by tho Hitrtka, two by
the Fiona, twelve Chincso Bailed for Hong Kong
by tho Fiitiitms lW.'ynndilevenpasscngers landed
hero from thu Coast by tho D. C. .Vnmiy.
Some of tho lteprcsuntatives from Maui took
advantage, of the ndjourmueut of thu Assembly to
co homo by tho Jiilaiiru Hon aud Lilelike on
T uosd iv. They will return to-morrow to bo pres
ent at tlio Lfginl.Uhu Uall again on JIuuday.
Tin: bchooucr tluit Jlr. Dower is building for A.
V. Cooko .t Co., ou tho esplanade, is fast approach
ing completion, and will bo ready for blanching
borne time next month. Hlio is a staunch
looking little craft, nnd U built spechlly for tho
Tub eugino, derrick, uto., lately in uso at the
Government llonto in boring tho artesian well
there, has been movid to tho isplanadc near tho
foot of AlnKoA street nudquito close to tho water's
edgo, where another well is to bo bored for the
Os Tuesday evening nu extra concert was gh on
by tho Uind nl the Hotel, iu honor of Queen Vic
toria's birthday, nnd was largely attended. British
nirs, appropriate to thu occasion, woro played, tho
progruiuinii concludinit with "God save the Queen"
A coi'Y of Jlr. Marques' report to tbo Post
master General on "Postal Son ices." treating of
thu new dnlicH Imposed by tlio regulations of the
PoBtal Union, and reviewing tho various systems
of different countries, has betii laid un our table,
and wo fiud it very nlunblo and ropleto with good
0 the members of tho now ministry, Jlr. W.
JI. Gibou, Jlluistur of Furelp,u Itolations, U tho
only ouu who has not held a portfolio before. S.
K. haul. Jlinister of tho Interior, has been JlinU
terof Finance, J. l' Hush, Minister of Ftnnuco
was unco Jlinlstvr of the Interior, and K. Preston,
Attorney General, has held tho same ofllco before.
Mtss Ant AVauu, of whom lucntlou was mado In
the Pitrss somo tlmo ago, Is expected to arrive
from Syduoy by tho C'fy Vi 1'uit, Htbe
steamer arrive in proper time nu eiitcrtaiuiuent
will bo given at tbo 'theatre in which she willbe
assisted by a number of proiuineut amnteurs.
'Ihe programmo which has been npectally pro
paris.1 is an excellent one.
I'ou-owinu U theprogrumiue for tho lLind Cou
cert at Kruuin Squntuut l0 tUlrt iiftetuoon.
0rturc, In tho Italian Hljle bchubeit
Osioltc. OurDarlluz ""
hclecllons, I.oiiuiijilu Warner
Dance. Cxanlas. .. ,. uranuis
ittdhy, YoOldeu Times, m Hejrr
The baud will Rlvo ou Jlondny, May ."Jth, at the
IlllHUILIIll 1IUIU, V
ti Hotel, on Tnuauny May uuiu ana iuurs-
day, Juno. 1st, hi Emma
Square, their regular
Onk of tho httist Sun FraucUco iuiK.ru bad a
dispatch baying Hiat tbo new Irou steamer &m
Jan, launched nt Cheater, Pa., on the 29th of
April, and reported as being intended for the
Hawaiian trude, will, with the San Jiuvi aud n
Wii, Ikj uciHled by tbo Puuitio Mail Co., for tbo
Now York, Panama, Central American and Mexi
can route, and that It is liardly probable that they
will coire here. Thu same piper sajs the Occanio
Compauy well soou havo a steamer, the Sutt, run
uiug between hem and the Coast.
0.1 Wrihieadity momliiR, nn i iprivi U-tm ntand
ln front of the Alir Hoiiw, on ll.rtd nlnd.le
nAino frlalitanril nml ran b prrrt stmt, lnnn.l
Milwf nml mllldwl wflh Inmbnr waon, mrtklnK
nionplrlwrMkof thnlinek. I h IcmM crt cliwr
of tho Trhlct nml mntlnnxl down the trt, llirti
ttirni-d nlonK Meralmnt drst nnd lhn ilntn Ui
Qiim ii, whe-rn he run Along lh idewailk nns dl.
tnroi. 'Ilia homowM lrrnlttl eonklmhly nnd
tho hnniMM Injureil, hot, fortnnntelr, no irwe waj
On Monday lant Mm. Orrery wan dr)Tln imt
wllli lirr t1auhtr, Mm. Iy, Wkl imi HerrUnU
atreit the horae be4M (rlulitmil nful nturtfsl to
rmi nt fnll hih-mI. 'Iho lailliw mn tiiMlile li
chick the niihnal nml nl Hit inrii'r of I'ntiohlivil
llm biifKy UiihhI overnrtd Iwth lllsierellirowri
ool. Mra. fmny mMtnlnml n illnlnonllim of llm
nhonldrr nnd Mr, lVT'aliiJnriMwere very ll(lit.
Ilothnrodolnawtll, 'I wo otlii-r rumiwnyiiocctiffNl
llm wirna day mid there lmvilrtm IhrinMnce. H
othrr n-tvm wi-re hurt Imt three run !. wue
b.itlly lirokeri up.
ViJtTrnfurnliiooiionleer'lell nnd niHilher j
licntiimi proceeded t Mnnnakimatnet wlnvre Ihey
were Informed a. KninlilliiK dri eilal)). 'fhey
dituriil Hie hulldiii( mid Mr. Tell went up n tmr
low Htnlrwny iUletly, Imt befura he rwielurl Iho
lop n elunnl wn made from Nlow and nUmt
twenty Chltininen who wm In the room rnnml of
Iho d'jor and Jumtx-d iritollisj elreet, nbatit twehn
feet below. (,, wijtiUi Ixtdly hart nml wne
taken to tho hontiltnl, nnd two other fecelwd
nlluht Inlrirlffi. 'I her lefi nolhln( on the tnhle
mid nn there wiwi iiothlno; lo hoto Hint they Imd
I j' mi Kflinhllnit Imt their irallty ncllnri, nrreaU
Wrimi-iiiMT, Mny 2ltli, Qiih-ii Vletorln'ii blrtli
tlny, wim nnernlly recKfiled by Hie flying of
Government, Consular mid iirlrnto llmre. In Hie
nfternoin (inception win, huld nt the n-nlibnco of
thu Ilrltlnh Cnminleeloner, Mr, J. II, Vod"houe(
which wnentti'tidid by Hie rcpreftentntlve of the
illinploiiintlc nnd consular oorpintid othern. At
iiIkIii n ball wna hItmi nt llm th'-ntre under tlio
nunplcHof the llrlllnh Ilenevolent Bw-lety, which
wnnlnrKclynlUindid. 'Ih Kln nnd l'rliicM
nnd othi r ItiTltoil KUittii wire iirev'tit. A aupjur
wnn nerved nhout ll p. m. nnd the dance broke up
In tho nimll hourn of tho rnornlnp;, rtflor those
prveeitt had paeecd n pleaeent rpiiviii of i njoy
menl. A IlunriuKT wnn committed on li'inrd tlio btrk
limtrnld on 'lliurwl.iy iiIkIH by omo one who
mnat bo well ncqunlnlid with the nhlti.mi he man
nfj''d lo navlKalo around iho oibln In tbo dark.
'I hn chief olllcer'n room wnn fi ret visited nnd n Bold
wnlch nnd chnin vnluid nt $1&" taken. Tho thief
next entered tho Cnptnln'it room nnd took ?1 In
nllv-r from liU rest (lorkcte: in nnothcr wcki.t
were twd tin dollar pucen which he did not cit.
He next liegnn fcclliiK nronnd n tihlo on wlilch
wnn inoro money nnd two irald ivntchen llonKln
lo tho Captain nnd hie wife. Captain Iord wnn
nwnketicdnt thin tlmo nnd tho thief m.ido bin
fncnpo before ho could bo nnprchended. 'I liomat
ler wnn teport'd to the Police very soon after nnd
tho culprit will undoubtedly bo caught,
Hthou.i.vo nronnd by tho nid of the railroad
track nt Knknako, tho other dny, wo vrei a surprised
to H'o what prourrni bad been made in filling that
pirt of the niinliow wntcr in tho hnrhor whiro It Is
jiromiiidtoc'iUHtructthcMnrinohnilway. A Inrco
Ijuildiiiuln In courso of criction on tho ground n
rondy filled in, Wnllnof rock brotujlit from Punch
bowl nro first marked out, nnd iitono nnd black
Band from the nnmo plnco la thin dnmried in from
tho track. All of that portion of tho harbor in n
direct lino from tlio coal abed to tho apot selicttd
for tho railway, back to tho nliore, could bo filled
in with rock and dirt from Punchbowl, nnd n val
unblo addition rnado to the isplanadc. It would
nlao Ijo important nil n eanitnry improvement, by
flllinK up tbono dincaiwbrecdlna Hliallown which
nro so offensive nt low water, when tho present
work incompleted, wo do not know tbat tho little
e nclne nnd earn could be better employed than by
filliiiL' in this uscIish portion of tho harbor. It
would not take n e;rent while, nn ban been showu
by tho workof thu nnmo kind donoon tho ncwixrr
tion of tho isplnnndc, nnd tho Government would
bo the cniner financially.
1'ollowing is the record of tho Police) Court pro
ceedings for tho week : Ah You and Sam Kauieeu,
nffrny j each fined Jt costs 1 'JO each. JIakale,
larceny of n chicken : commuted to tho Kcforrn
School for una oar. David Kaun, nshault and bat
tery on his wife, Kiau j fined S3, costs Stl. A. Jo
fpb, drunkenness; forfcitul ?1 bail. Ah Wa, Ah
Kau and Ah Sing, having opium in possession ; Ah
AVah discharged, tho others fined .4,7) each, sen
tenced to threo months imprisonment at bard la
bor and to pay $1 20 costs. Katiaana, drunken
ness; forfeited f bail. li. Chamberlain, nsaault
and battery ; fined 'J5, costs !. AV. J. Kelly (a
prisoner), drnnkeunesa ; sentenced to or.o month's
imprisonment at hard labor, to commence at ex
piration of former sentence, costs $1 SO. Thomas
Anderson, heedless driving ; finod $8, costs ?2 10.
J.-ih. Wailaua, selling and tiiving Imuor to Ha-
wniiaus; nollt nnt. entered by prosecution, with
tho object of changing tho charge to Belling liquor
without a license. Same defendant, selling liquor
without a license, remanded to L'Jth instant. G.
Schmidt, drunkenness ; forfeited ?G bail. P. Wal
lace, same charge; forfeited ftGbail. SamKamnka.
assault and battery; lined ", coibi ?'!. Civil
record. 'f. It. Foster & Co. vs. Keau and Karaaka
okalaui, deserting contract service, Keau ordered
to return to employer and fined 10, Kamakaoka
lani ordered to ritarn to employer, costs ?3 each.
Paan vs. Knhilelani, action of nssnraisit for
$113.87. defendant confesses judgment, costs $3.
Kolo.i Plaututidn Co. vs. Kiln, deserting contract
wrvice, defendant ordered to return to employer,
costs J. Kawclo vs. ALina, action of assumpsit
for SIM-Ki, judgment for plaintiff, costs 3.75. Jlax
Kckart a. Joseph Keopuhiwa, action of assumpsit
for $35, defendant confesses judgment.
On Saturday cvoniug last n number of people,
mostly natives, formed in lino in front of tho ball
of Mechanic Kngino Co. h'o. 2, and, led by tho
Hawaiian Hand, marched with torches through
the principal streets to tho Palace in front of
which tho lino was halted and threo cheers given.
They then countormarched and proceeded to tho
residenco of Jlr. Gibson, near by, where a short
address was mado to tbo uowly appointed Premier.
Jlr. Gibson replied in English and Hawaiian and
was followed by Jlr. 8. K. Kaai and Jlr. J. E.
Iiush. The latter spoko in both languages. Cheers
wcro given at tbo conclusion of each address and
frequently during their delivery. Jlr. Gibson said
it was the happiest day ho had known siuco bis
arrival in tbeso islands, twenty-ono years ago, nnd
that tbo torches tho people carried lightcncdnp bin
heart and would mako bright tho public pathway
he proposed to troad. Jlr. liusb, in his English
address, said that he had been n Jlinistcr beforo
but somo of tho members of tho Ministry did not
posocsa the confidence of tho people, aud when
they went oat of office, all resigned, but ho was
sure tho peoplo sympathized with him. His plat
form at that time is tho platform bo intends to
follow now. Cheers were civeti for Attorney-Gen
eral Preston who was not able to bo present, and
Mr, Gibson spoke for him. Several members of
tho Legislature wcro on iio verandah with tho
Jlinisters and Jlr. Hanpu, of Uilo, made a few
remarks. Two or throo transparencies wcro car
ried in tbo procession bearing mottoes in English
and Hawaiian. Those In English were ns follows:
"Victorious again;" "Equal rights at last;" "Tho
Hero to tho front;" "Ko party clique Hawaii's
stability;" "Unity and concord." Tho Hawaiian
mottoes wcro somothing similar. After leaving
Jlr. Gibson's residenco tho procession returned
down King street and disbanded.
Wailuku has beeu having a thrco days rain, and
tho heaviest of tho season. ..Last week n now
fibysiciau arrived nnd Intend remaining in Wni
Dkn. Tho gentleman's name, is Dr. Meeker, nnd
ho comes from California, whero he has becu en
gaged in practicing bis profession. ..On Satur
day last, one of the laborers on tho Wnilukn Plan
tation met with a horriulo death. Ho was driving
ana of the bullock teams. illL'ilccd in hanlina cane
to tho null, when by bocuo means ho fell, aud tho
wheel of tho loaded cart passed over his body,
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J U43 WUJ.
crasuiDKUiiaiuuMiocKiiiKiuiiuue'r. i iiv man,
native, lived buta fow hour auer tlio accwinu
Sailed, JIuy 13th, from II Uo, for San Froucuco,
the three-masted schooner Kuima ClamUm, Capt.
Win. JIutsou, taking tho largest freight that baa
left llllo for San Francisco in soniu jeara: ISSil
bags sugar from Hitchcock .t Co., Fapaikou; 171rS
nags sugar iroiu vvaiasen Jim lo.; uo uum mo
lasses, 2 IS hides, nnd 210 bbU sperm oil left by the
whalinc bark fknwho last February-. 'I bo schooner
also took tho laf gist number of lseugera that
has over left llllo for San Francis ou ono vessel;
they were as follows: Judge I. S. Lyman, K. 8.
Lyiuttii. Jr.. V. A. Lymau, Ellen E. O. Lyman, 1).
Lyman, nnd D. Howard Hitchcock aro roIur to
friends assembled ut the littlo dock to bid them
:.n .ii.. a',,. ..,.1 i, i r. .ml In ttr.i
C, Murmu arrived hero to-ely. Jlay 22d, and lefl
ten pas-eEgere. She will sail tiiU afternoon or to.
morrowfor Honolulu It U not ofteu that wo
hTvoTqualrigiv..l.l In V rt. Tho
weauif r continuw pieasani.
PnhTisu has begun on leveral of tbo llilo aud
Pours, wire, etc., fotho llllo 'lVlephoiw Co.
havo arrived aud tho construction will bo com
Scvuul, lUiuakun planters aro examining tbo
merits oftho wire I rami ay, with a lew to its In
troduotlon in that district. v
asanaVi! i',iM; Afet-aWn ,40-f.J-n',
Tiik Kohotatel Itnlln r, llnmaVn i is , j m
terlnlly Improviil by Ihe erstlrm of a Monro ernna
nnd holntlnn etiftlnr, nt nn eipaiMo'if f loyjVJ
ibm of the mllbi rm tl windward eonal are
atlll Rrlmllim, tlnwirh In rnnny pkeM the crops are
n8ily off. lu Haiunkni mid KoImU tho ylsl.l ,m
fallen mtisidernbly abort of Hie wtlmnt", rrwlntf
U dry wrmllier Inat irarnmr.
Wfiini n In the ItmnaktM nnd KoImU dlstrtetn
la tery dry, mid grnte tenrn nro ciitettnliHKl tt a
long dry summer la In atire fortlie (ibiriWa, whleli
will (ml llm finlnhliig atrokn mi a crop backward nt
lMt. In Iho Hllu district the wenllwr U bensll
fnl mhI warm, wllh brlgbl dy nrnl brwery
rilKlds, m Hint omie In growing mindly
At Mur1''"'''' MJgati) A Co. are oominific(n'(
o'iillliiM( ou the new will, hnvlnif put In a rrano
Jth hydraulic motir, wlileli worka nplendldly.nml
Imidfd n lot of rnaUrlal, During n rtoril tery
ntnlil'ii nml miimikImI frolic t mum Iwda nnd
material were wanlml Awny, mid aorne nnllnlslinl
inawMi work darnnued by thu wab-rfall, nt Ihe nu,
nt wlilch the mill la ti xt pla'). I h old mill l
grinding l-rtdlly nnd very effi-etlrely.
. , .. MVhimt, My , IW.
I hi Aawrnbly nut nt If) . m. Miriam tmd nml
Mr. W,M. Oluwn, nivri Ullng IiIsrwiI In the
Awmbly mi a Jllnlsler of Ihe Crown, lu lhaf of
hlrnsHf nnd oolleagnea, lend a brief nUt'-rnf-nt of
the troji''-il fillcy of th new Administration.
Ilie larignngo of the atnlnment la fry general nnd
llidofliillei nnd If cnd'iivj, would amount l My
lug that ' Ihe new Cabin' t InUlided to do the lt
thoy could U h euro the evnfldtiieoof tho King nnd
'I ho Chief .Insllcowas then ctlle-1 npm In nd-nilnUb-r
the onth of office t ttif Minhler of I'orrtan
ll'.latlona and lo the Attorney General.
Jlr. Ollwin gave notice of Ida Intention to vacate
tho tuition previously occupied hy liirn In the As
wrnblv, naa reprcwntnlire of the poplo friru
Honolulu, nnd imgu'-iUd ihe propri-ty of (mbllah
liig tho fact nnd calling for a new election.
.Mr. linwnhl moved Hint the IWrelnry be ordered
vi can n new eicruon.
'I ho Attorney General l-lng caIIciI niKin for nn
opinion, nftld that n resolution on tbo subject wan
entirely unnecessary, nn tho nrnendil law of 170
provides llial In cav of a vacancy ciu"d by tho
death or resignation of any Jlemlwr, It shall be the
rfn'y of tho Secretary of Iho Ixgialnturo lei cell for
n new election.
Knmakelo presented a petition from Jlakawoo
praying tliat Iho Iiw lo Mitigate lo retailed.
Laid on table to await tho prewnlatlon of a bill
upon the same subject. 'l"ho following petitions
wcro nlno prevntJ-d:
lly .Mr. rnlohau from Iihuentid Koloi, Kauai
In favor of n$10))Ian. IaIdori Ublelo be
considered with n bill to bo Introduced tothemuio
Uy Owr. K. Itlchsrdson, from Wnilukn. that the
law relating to fisheries bo nuendcd.and nlao that
tho terras of the Circuit Court bo heldnt Wailnka.
Iald on table.
Hy .1. Knlua,frnra Honu.iul.i, JIanl,thAttbe leg
islature nuthorizo a t0SM Loan. To Ixi on
Hldereil with the I,iu IP.il.
Hy. O. W, i'llliw, from a Committees of tho reil
dents of Wnilukn. that tho legislature do not nu
thorizoaflO)) In; nnd that Iho existing
restrictions urju the Hale of liquor remain In force,
llefcrred to Commitleo ou Jllaonllaneoua Hubjccts.
Hy J. Vi'. Kalua, from Honuaula. Jlaul, that
Honunuln, bo made n separate taxation district.
Hcferrcd lo the Hix.-cial Commitleo of 'J.
iiy Jlr. Paloltnu, from Hanalci, Kauai, that la
borera on plantations bo exempted from work ou
Saturdays. Iald on table lo be considered with a
hill or like effect.
Hy J. Knluhl, from Koolauloa, Oahu, praying for
a ?I0,0OO.fJO Loan. Laid on table to bo considered
with tho bill and other petitions of n liko tenor.
Hy Jlr. Pallia, Honolulu, Oahu, praying tluit the
existing restrictions ujion tho sale of liquor to Ha
wailans x removed. Laid on Ublo to be consid
er) d with n bill on sarao subject.
Hy Mr. Naltookoo, from Wailukn. that &fM be
nppronriaUil for a Hcnpital at Wnilukn: also tbat
? 1,000 bo appropriated for anchors and buoys for
the jiort of Kahului. Hcferrcd to Commitleo on
Iiy Jlr. Nakaleka, that k'JQfffi xs set nsido for
boring four artesian wells on the Island of JIolo
kai. Hcferrcd to Cornmltlee on Government Lands
and Internal Improvements.
Hy J. Gardner, tbat tbo pay of mail carriers be
increased in tho district of liana. ItcfcrTC-d to
Uy G. W. Pilipo, from North Koua, a tietition
from one; that if 1 15 be paid l.irn for services ren
dered, and yet unpaid, as mail carrier for tbo dis
trict. Ilcfe-rred to Judiciary Committee.
Iiy J. Kalubi, from Koolauloa, that all Govern
ment scheiols be conducted in English. Iteferred
to Education Committee.
1 bo Ministry, through the Jlinistcr of Foreign
Kelations, asked for an ad joumment f or two days,
but afterwards amended to one day. Jlr. Itichard
son amended to one week. After considerable dis
cussion, tho motion as amended was carried, and
tbo Home adjourned until Jlonday next.
Knrron Sitcmut Pczss : In your issue of Jlay
13th is a sermon on mvlerattoii, delivered previ
ously by one of tho reverend gentlemen of tbii
city. It is not surprising tbat a sermon, or lecture
on moderation, written by one who acknowledges
himself nn extremist should prove unsatisfactory
to those who profess to bo moderate moder
ately good, moderately honest few are more than
this moderate in eating, drinking, etc
I believe no reasonable man will deny that in
ovcry question much may bo said on both sides ;
tho reverend gentleman has made an ingenious
compilation of unfavorable statistics, and could
have swelled tbo cataloguo of bis authorities bad
he had timo and inclination ; I regret tbat he bad
neither. I would be glad to seo the subject of
fermentation for instance, "rotting," as he pre
fers to call it. rally ana lalrly Ulscusseu. it we
aro not permitted to partako of anything, edible
or drinkable tbat has begun to ferment, or to
decompose, where shall we draw the line. Jluch
of tho fruit in the market would be denied ns;
much butter and not a fow egg, and many viands
without which tho meagrely f urnUhcd tables in
this Kingdom would bo still more meagrely fur
nished. Hut is decaying or decayed matter, vege
table or animal deleterious ? The American abori
gines bury their moat until it is qulto rotten ; it is
then disinterred and eaten with great relish ; has
the uoblo red man suffered iu coiiM-quenco ? Cer
tain cheeses are not prized by gourmands until
they are rotten. Game should, in most cases,
nearly approach that inevitable stago. Has the
author of the discourse on moderation ever eaten
wutr kraut, or will ho presnmo to say that tho
German nation has lost intellectually, morally or
physically by.tbo general consumption of sacer
kraut and beer ? While he U willing to accept tbo
chemical anal) sis furnished by tho scientists, w ill
he kindly continue bis quotations and let ns know
what thoy have to say of the best vlnegir ? What
is vinegar? Of what is it ninde ? And in what con
dition is tho original substance when it comes to
tho table iu the vinegar cruet ? Will he give us tho
chemical analysis of tea ? Is there any pure tea in
the market ? How many poisons are compounded
in the beverage to which tho wise virgins abandon
themselves? Cin be conscientiously offer a cap
of this brewing to his neighbor, knowing as he
does, tbat the world is filled with besotted tea
bibbers? And tea with sugar in it docs he not
know that refined sugar contains a portion of
blood ; when bo lakes sugar there Is a strong
probability that he cats blood with it, as much
blood as he Is likely to get in khcrry 1 There are
vast quantities of grapes grown in the world ; tho
joico is expressed and is probably pnro juice in
tho beginning ; what txcomeuof all tho pure juice ?
Is it portioned off, so that there shall bo less than
five tier cent, to the bottlo r Has thu reverend gen
tleman ovor been in wino-crowing districts and
scon tho process of wine making and wlno bot
--. - - .'- . 7 . . . i- . ., . ..-..
iiHtir.? i uinit in asi: iiirn ii us oenevea iuai iuo
, "- zrr, -.-,, ,,,.. ii, (ni.. u
era ? Tho wine of that day was abased, just as it is
now abused; tho two Testaments are full of drunk
ards, yet the Saviour of men did not f oibidlbo nse of
wine, becAuso there wcro those who would not uso
ll li. .nratdMltinn.
Tbcro are certain texts in tho good book which
nro continually ignored by preachers and temper
ance lecturers. It me quoto some of them,nierely
l to prove that mucu may no tatu on doiu siues ci uu
I queatlon. To quote thu reverend geuUenian'sowu
w orus -wu aii w u-r , vr ,h7Z
I much mora 1 besiA H "J7 i''1a.,eh'f;
, King ot halcro. brought forth bread i andwlne. and
ho was the pnest of the Most High God. den.
I Hi . tUrouaU tho life of lb. dyini, Jacob In
' the twelve tribes of IrnI-'lndlK hU foal
, clothe lutha blood of the ; Brgpe. "K)1" J
I bo rod with wine and bU teeth white with milk." i
, wineforadnukfferliig" Ex.lxuB.I0.
rVo aUo Lev. xxiliiUi, aud hum. xvi. Hut I
j need not multiply these icienee. which are mt
I of them merely relter&Uous.
"In tho holy place nhalt thou cause IhesitonR
i wine to bo poureu unia mo uuu tuia ni-
oncnus. uiu. ii...
"'llieu satdlue treat unto me Tiur, como tuo
aua reigu over us. uui me iiiw "i "",
shall I leave uiy wlua which oheereth God and
man and co to be prooioUd over tree I" Judges
llat the vine sua unto una.
" And there U bread and win also for
mo thy handmaid nnd fur tbo joang uuu which U
wttb thy servanU, There is no want of auyltuux."
Judge xli-.l'J. ,..,.. . j .
"And as aoou ni David td made an eudof
tU. .an, iXMaMx, Wl . jy J&
nffrrina lrnt oflerings nnd peace offerlnr, be
hlrwied tho people In the name of the Ird of
Hotta, nml lie dealt among nil the maltltade, even
among Ilia whole rnnltltade of Israel, as well ti
the women nn men, to every one a cake of brd
nnd n kk1 frle( of fWi nnd flapm of win.
II Hnmiiol vi ll!, lib
' "'Ihe ns be for Hie klng'a Uoa
bobl to ride on, nnd Iho brr-ad nml nuronrr frnlU
for thu young rriMitotnt, n,l the wln that eueh
m lj faint InlhewlldrrneM may drink." II Burn.
"Ami It cmne to pnu In llie month Klssn, In
llm tuettlleth ysnr of AlUim lb Vine, lht
wlna was lforr Mm and I Iwk op Ihe wln nnd
It onb) tfi king." .mUli !l:l.
"AIm firwU weo prepareJ for rne avl
otieeln len days nUitm of all aorta of wine."
eh'mlah v 1.
" In llwm daya aaw 1 In Jndah sons tiavlInB
Innprcaani on the Hablnth li.r. hliinliv, lb
rrtitii iUy mid bringing In heavr arnl Mine
nsw-n, m nla win, graja nnd flr and all manner
of bunions which tliy bfwttlil Into Jrialra on
sun naooawi nay, ami lAalinl against Win in IM
dat wbrw,f they MdtUluals." KebMnUh illi.'ir,.
" All, I Illj-V SM ll.un .1,1.1 Ih ul. ..I .JJ
' . k---v M-,,, i.,,,,j in frri.VI KT...4,
lhevrw llng dlvrrai orn from another, arnd
royal wine in abumlsrif, warding lo the sUte of
tli4 kiniri and the drlnklnir was urmriWntr In lb
lawirwne did crnrj for t Ihe king bad p
AtAK U all lb olflcera of hi h'mm that tby
Ii'iuM do According in every rnan'a ;nr.
On the arvftitli dny, whz-n lb hmrt of the
king wm inrry with wlrMt'' Ksthtr IfT, 8, 10.
"And the king said unto ltli"r At the bniJQt
of ln, Yiltui i thy petition? and It sliall be
granted the, And what la thy i t,'nt? evrn in
the half of my klngiVm It ahall le iltntm4."
"Anil there came a day wliri Ida noria nml bla
daughtrn were r-alinAnrl drinking wine In their
elder brother' tumv.' Job 1-13,
"For In the hand of Ihe 1irtl thue la n enp and
IhewineM red, ll l full of tnlrliirt," Psalms
"'Ihf-ri the Iird awaki-ned mn out of sleep
And like a mighty rami Hut nhoillh by ttwm tit
wlni"." I'nalrnn Ixxrill;;,.
"He onuaelh the graea logrow for the cattle and
herb for tho service of inan, that be may brine;
forth lirA out of the eerlh. arid wine that rankato
Blail ll,', heart of rnnn" Paalrae dr:l,l5.
"Wisdom hath bullded her booae.ah bath bewtr
out hr neven riillam, she hath kllltl lier beaeti.
he hat'i mingled her wine, she liath al v, f nrnbhtd
herUble." Prov. lx:l-2.
"Give strong drink unto him llat is reedy lo
Mrlah, and wlno nntn Ihoae tliat be of heavy
heart; letblm drink and forge I bu rrverty nnd
remember bis misery no more." Prov. ixxl, 7.
"A feast U mado for laughter nnd wine maketb
witty, bnt money nnvwrrttb nil things." Kec
" I have drunk my wine with my milk; eat
oh friends; drink, yea drink Abuudirilly.' Hob
"Now also thy breasts shall bona cl asters
of the vine nnd Ibe in-ll of thy bom: like apples;
and the roof of thy mouth like the beet wine that
goelh down sweetly, causing th" lips of thoe that
are asleep to apeak." Sol, nong lis?, 9,
"Thy silver has beeoroe drosn, tby wine mixed
with water." Isaiah IS?.
"Tho new wine rneroroetb, Ihe vine langulsbetb,
nil tho merry-hearted do nigh they shall
not drink wine with a song; strong drink shall be
bitter to them tluit drink it. There la a cry
ing for wine In the struts, nil jor la darkened,
the mirth of the land isgone." laaUh xxIt.7,9, 11.
"Stay yourselves and wonder? cry ye out and cry;
they aro drunken, but not with wine, they stagger,
but not with strong drink." InaUb nlii).
"Oh vine of Sbibrnab I will weep for lb with
the weeping Jazer; tby plants Are gone over the
sea, they reach even Ui tho wsaof Jasel: the spoiler
is fallen u;r;n thy summer fruits, And upon thy
vintage, and joy and gladness U taken frmn the
plentiful field and from tbo Land of Jloab, and I
hare caused wlno to fail from tbo wine-press; none
ahall tread with shouting. Their ahoutlng shall
ahall h no shouting." Jtr. xlviiliS, SJ.
" Th' ton uf man it enme tntiiti ami itrinllxn. an4
jt tny Itholdn 'jlHllonuut rnnn nnd a 'lnt4rtClfr, a
rleii't of HtllUunt and linntrr." Luke -riiiM.
"Ann tuoimru uay tlierowajiamarrUgtuiiJanA
In Galilee; and the mother of J eras wan there, nnd
both Jesus was called, and bis disciples, to the
marriage; and when they wanted wine, the mother
of Jesus saltli unto him, They have no wine
His mother saltb unto the servant, Whatsoever
ho saltb nnUj you do it. Jesus aaith unto
inem, Fill the water-pots with water; and they
filled tbem up to the brim; and he saith unto them
Draw out now And bear unto the Governor of the
feast; and they bore it. When the ruler of the
feast had tasted the water that was made wine and
knew not whence it came, but the servants which
drew the water knew, tho Governor of the feast
called the bridegroom and saitb unto him, Every
man at the beginning doth set forth gend wine and
when men have well drunk tbat which is worse, but
thoabast kept tbo good wine nntil now. This be
ginning of miracles did Jctos in Cans of Galilee,
and manifested forth his glory and his deedpies
believed In him." Johnii:l.
Will the reverend gentleman aasert that there
was less than five per cent of pore wine in those
"Likewise must the deacons be grave, not double
tongued, not given to wine, not gTeedy of
filthy lucre." ITira.iii:8.
"Hut speak thou the things which become sound
doctrine tbat the aged m:n be sober, grave, tem
perate tho aged women likewise, that they
be in behavior as beoometh holiness, not false ac
cusers, not given to mvth wine, teachers of good
things." Titus 11:1,3.
"Drink no longer water bat rue a little wine for
thy stomach's sake and thine often infirmities."
I 'I im. V23.
"s.il in this mountain shall the Lord of Host
make nntn all people a feast of fat things a feast
of wine on the lees, of fat things full of marrow,
of wines on the lees, well refined." Isaiah ,xxv:q.
I might quote from the Apocryphal books, nom
eroas references to the temperate nse of wine, but
it is ncedlexs to multiply the evidences that wine
was in common use in the beginning of the Chris
tian era, and that the use ot it was countenanced
by the bavior of man. It wa. indeed chosen by
him as a symbol of bis blood, and passed to hu
disciples by bis own band, and they were bidden
to drink in commemoration of the last Passover.
The abuse of wine is of courso condemned: all
reasonable men condemn it; that Timothy's stom
ach was weak, that he had also other infirmities
was probable, but be was not a monopolist. It U
not unlikely that there are to-day more weak
stomachs in the pulpit, than in any other field with
the like number of laborers. The American nation
is distinguished for a spirit of prugre, which is
brilliant in spite of its handmaidens of dyspepsia
and catarrh. To what shall we attribute the
dyspepsia which has become a national calamity?
Is it to bad whiskey, or to an excessive fndolgeoce
in pie, ice-water and hot bread? Hot bread, which
is fermented dough, saturated with butter 'and
eaten in a steaming state. I would like to see the
chemical analysis of an American stomach charged
with pie and hot bread mingled with copioae
draughts of ice-walerl
England survives her ale, her porter and her
improbable port. It is evident that the beer of
Germany breeds as good foldiers as the absinthe
and cognac of France; nor does the beer cloud the
bentiment of the one nation, while the absinthe
and cocmo quicken the fancy of the other. I
would like to see a chemical analysis of the unalt
ered water drnnk in this city, and to the exceoive
use of which may probably be attributed the chief
causa uf tho epidemics that have visited os from
timo to time. Oa the whole, after a careful com
parison of national statistics, it seems that the
most unwholesome beverage now in general use U
n decoction uf "Cocculus indicus, the rankest
poison known, oil of vitriol, pepper, aquafortis,
poppy seeds, logwood, wormwood, tobacco, cop
peras, sugar of lead, sulphuric acid, prosaic aod
and black nuts!" in other words Lwer! As for the
ants, being in a country where they permeate
everything eatable and drinkable, I would rather
tako them In beer than in any other form that 1
know of I JloosxiTtov.
Reciprocity and Opium.
IIosoixlc, Jiaf 25, 1&2.
EnrroB Pciuts It U generally supposed that the
business men. planters and others desire the per-
petuityuf tholledprocityTreary. IUcontmuance
will doubtless very tuudi depend upon tbe policy
oi the Hawaiian uortrnment, and the course par
sued by the leading men of the Islands.
The Opivun Hill, now under dbcuanion In the
Houe, if it should pan, will tend unqutetiouabij
to annul the Keciprocity Treaty. In this ways The.
American Government has just negotiated vital
the Chinese Government an Anti-Opium Treaty, of
tho very strongest kind. No American cttltes. If
that Treaty goes into operation, will be allowed
crren to take cpiom to China, in freight, or in any
way deal with Chinamen so far as the drug U eoa-
cerued. Now, in all honesty and falmtavt, will not
the manufacture and lleeiuingof the sale of oejiaan
on these Islands prove a direct basalt to the Inian
ran Government and American people I If tUe
Government iue the Opium Hill, then farawetl
Hut, aay fho advocate) of tbe Hill, we w ant to re
strict tho sale o that the Hawaiian shall nut ok.
lamuieurug. ugwuiuur ituru la lieaaasd, ami
do not native obtain the article f The advueaslem
of IhU Hill "blow hot" when opium U txsderdiaaasas-
sion, but when rum nml gin are iliimail. tcma
they turn around nnd "blow cold f yet the sirissajfa
Touching this opium qusellou, mir lenlilslaie I
ociicr uu,o ituie wowiy. A .
ak iMrosTaurr auimoi.
MULES FOB SALE !
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