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tioor,i n it vk HHh w
ftutlnris ha been rm along the rlty front during
the week owing In the arrltjl of several C nt nml
ferelgn veael Thr ( lly of New ork firm j-ln n
rmtll cargs from the Colonic" thr Kill falklnburjr
Conditio and Totem llnwn lure arrived from Wan
r'tencl.co with full cargo, ami the il'mi r Monarch
from Liverpool with Hn tons of rnal Thr Kiln sailed
yesterday lot thr toat, baring been In the harbor less
than four days and a half The Sew York carried
lfl4,W lbs lusr. and M1' "" rlcl to Hie oast and
th California 3.(17 611 lb of sugar, tit toial ralne of
both cargoes amotion to $19I,'"I17 Nugar still con
tlntifi to arrive from the plantation fnclr and the
ve tr f In now In port need not n main longer than ncees
mrjr to await cargoes
We present our reader with the following cummer
till letter from Hani mm ico, giving Ui'--i quotations
and general view of market prospecta
nt Tnamtscit, May 3Uth ltwi
Since the departure of the H H City of Sydney Utile
chance ha taken place In this market on Island
dace cieept the advance in Itlec tow per Hi .tenden
lalnly Indicium in aililern by
her. TTil ha resulted through free shipments llast
and the control of the eommnriltv In
eneel of which la annnrcnt on Ihn ear on uri
thlna, rinsing aid 2TtBV for Kn I and I xft&SMi for
No. 2, wlm atrong Indication of a firm and nrtlvr
The H ngar Market, alnce It lait rle. nlready reported
ha ointluncd artlvrand prlre ejnntid may said to be
firm, with a tendency lo furtner ndvanrea aa (hi fruit
canning cornea on, rather thin n decline No I llnwn
lltu Is quoted at tWV. No STi.cand So in'tff,
l4c. ltetluery grade maintain llti-lrfnll llgtirt term
Coffee I reported to In itry quirt with free Im
portation and little doing nt the law figure of 1'iVitt
IJJie per lb for Central American
tllife and Tallow command fair attention from buy
era at list quotation with tendency to hither rate on
The Wool market may be ald to be dead since the
recent activity from the presence of KMtcrn buyer
Their departure ha apparently ah'tricted all tendency
to speculation and aale have Ikcii afftctrd onlv to
supply actual want Ilccelpt meanwhile have been
free, bnt figure have not materially changed. We
qnote ITjlJJc for choice, and liftrtc per III for bnrry
The Krult season la very backward this yiar hough
the free wlnttr rain nmt th" long spell of cold weath
r till spring
The tirnsiects arc that much, of the
other frnll of the Northern nnrt of theatnte
are materially Inlnrcd Cherries arc only appearing In
laarket anil (ioosnerrle arc yet A rarity
A recent trip Into the grain fields of the state indl
catea a material falling olTIn tint branch of ngrlrul
Ural Industry, and ncnrresiunding lnrreaeln Ulne
and Fruit culture.
Hay I being cut In scMral localities mid I reported
to be.held at full fl.Mirrs, quotable here at JIUfrIV
ton, according to grnde
I'utatoe ntc said to be held at "first fruit ' prices und
are yet qnlto scarce In inarkrt at aij,k; pir lb for new
crop while choice old Is held nt $l.) to .'
PORT OF HONOLULU.
June t Htvcdlsli bglnr csta from S-w t a-il. SU
Scb Wait tin from OIoithIii
Htm Mokolll from Knulau
I htm I.lkcllkc from Indwnrd l'orts
Htm Kllaiirn Hon from Kahiilul
5 Am bktne lilla, llronn, from S F
I' M S 8 City of New York, ( nbb fin Hydney
r Am bktncitnlav. I'clirson, from Niw tnstlc
Am hk Hcvere, Mclntyre, fni Jlepirlure liny
Sch Marlon from Kukiillmele
7 m hktne J A 1 alklnbiirg. Forlxa, from S 1'
Itrlt M Monarch, Thompson, fin M Michaels
K-.m bgtne Consuelu, Howard, from s F
9 Am bk Forest (Juei n. Winding, from S V
Ml in Iwalnnl, from Maalma, Kona mill Kan
Sch Maim, from Mallko
Sch Malolo, from llaknlau
iu tern Jaa Towiiscnd from I un kit
June l-sch haluna for Mallku
hcli Kiilatnanu for Uokalu
Sch Maim for Mallko
5 Htm l.ihua for Molokni and M nil
Sim C It lilshop for Kauai
Sch Nettle Merrill for I.ahalua
hih Manuok.iwiil for Hanamuulu
.Sch Wnlmalu for Unl ilua
Sch I.uka for Kiawaill
B-l- MSN City of New York, tnhli, for -3 F
stm Kllauri Hon for Knhnliil
Hell Ka Mol for UiiipHhoehoe
Stm Mokolll, for Koolau
7 Sch Walehu fortJnomm
hch Llhnllho for Kami
Hch Marlon for Kiikullinik
Hch Kuala for W alar no
9 Am bk California, Howard, for San I rnu
Am bktne Win, Drown, for "on Francisco
VoMola, In Poi t.
HUMS Champion, Hope
Am tern .las Towiiscnd
Hwcdlsh bgtne Vesta,
Am bk Kevcrt. Mrlntjro
Am bktne Malay, Fetrrson
Am bktne J A ralklnburg, Forbes
Brit h H Monarch. Thnmpioii
Am bgtne Consnelo, Howard
Am bgtne Morning Star. Dray
An bktne. kllkliat, Cutler
Haw bgtne Ninlto, Cameron
Am bk Forest Ciuccn, Winding
Tauels Expected nt Honolulu, Irom Forcluii
Aw bk Kdnard Maj, Johnson, I,lirpnol, due Drcwtr
A Co, Agents.
Cler bk Stella, Hoinimr, New York, tint. Cattle A
Cler bk l'aradox, llurgdnir, J,rw Castle on Tine, duo
JulyiMU, 11 Hackfthl A Co, Agtnts
Her bk Adolph, Hupfir, Niw Cuslloou Tjne due June
MA H lincktrld A Co, Agents
Hair bk Kale, ltothfiis, llnmiii.to sail in all April.
Haw sch Julia, Tleriii), .South bi Is, due A F
Cler bk Josefa, Horlsmann, Curdlir, duo Aug 5-IK Hack-
feld A Co, AgcuU
Anna Frrcht. Xew Castle, N H W, due
lt bk Ubrrun, Hanty. I.lvirpool, duo August 5-10,
TH Davlea Afo, A"int
Brits Htrathalrly, , Hongkong, viabanl'ran-
Cisco, due Harkfrld A Co, Agents
Am sch Kosarlo, Hwlft, I'.nrekn, for Knhnliil, due June
Am bk Camden. Oatlcr, Fort Clambk, due Juno 5-10,
llackfeld A Co, Agi nt.
Am bk Martha Davis, llcnson, llostou. to sail about
May!?), llrewir A Co, Agmts.
Brit ah llrltlsh Hmbassador, llals, New Cimtle, NhW
PMSH Anstralla.'lulllio), Han Francisco, duo June 10,
llackfeld A Co, Agt ins
Mc bk ltrmljlo, Howes, Newcastle, : S W, due
Am tik K I. l'eltlnglll, 1U iinrtur Hay, for Kahiilul
Am hk Adellu Carluon, Sew Castle, due Juno iVA
Villdir ACo, Agents
Brit bk Lady Iwimpson, Marston, &an Fran, due June 10
llnwer ACo, Agents
Am bktne l)lsrouy, pcrrlinan, ban Fran, duo Juno
l5-3UlackrUd A Co, Agents
Am bk II W Aim), Freeman, r-ati J'ruti, due June 15-SO,
Castle A Cooke, Agi nls
Drlt.SHrinex, Han Fran, iliiu June 11MB, Irwin .t Co,
Am tern Hera, , Newcastle, N H W. loading
Am bktno tlraen Itnbrrts, , Newcastle, NHW. due
June S5-.li), W lldcr A Co, Agmts
ran Vranclscn ArrUnl Mart), llr bW I aily tauiuson,
Manton, hence April "1; i. Am bk forest ijuoon.
Wlnillnc lirnco April K; 15, 1' H b h Aii.tralh, Car
Kilt, Lfncn Mj,8; li., btne Onnsiirlo, llowaril. hence
Port llUkelj ArrUed May 9, Am tern V I. Ikebcc,
Cuttls, llencri April II; '-V, Am bktne Amelia, Xculiull
hence April .
Spoken-A)nll -Mill, I.at 1 N, Long 81 V, Oer bark
1'anuni, HliielJ, tor this port
The PJI88 City of New York, C obb, t'onimaniler,
sallrit from Hyiliu'y .M.ljr 18th, at 1 1 m Hcctlicj Auck
laml pilot Slay SU at 10 a m , s.illoil same day at 3 li in.
sail arrlseilat Honolulu JnnnStli l'rom ilay V.i)tu lo
port n( Ancklanil, rncoiinlirtil stroni; tales from east to
south, l-rom thence to this port, my stroni NK
nlmls, amouutlni; almeitt to n alc ut tlmrs, with
The okoluma huttttt of April Itllh, rnnlalus the
folloulm; account of an acrlilrnt tu tho I' 8 t Alert.
It apprais that the Alert left Kobe jenlenlay fur oko
aauia, and uhin abom It tulles houth of llliievmlsake
shrnaariinlntiiliy II I J M H Zlnuel kin The Alert
was struck anrrast of tho fore rle jIiil on lim hittpiu..i.ii
side, cut down to the water line, uiul herrsrape from
little short of miraculous. H Hit "ri'at
cate and illniciilly tho wsiel
as nrutijilit back to
J Clonialrs, a passenger on tlio Lady Latupson, from
Honolulu, died April -.'U, tho llr.t day nut, und nas
butlrdntsra. Ills allmeiit uas cuiisumplloii Ho was
a natltet of Mexico, ncd li years l((u
Thr whtllns bk Nnitluru Light which left lure lire
tU, 1M1. sirlMil at Yokohama, April 9th, ltli '.MT bbls
sperm oil. Iliobk Ilnuter, was alio klUuaui Mareli 1,
rtady for thoAretlc. .Iffii,
The little keel schooner belli; built by llcllnt North
lit scb, has been sold for $G,u, ready for sem. In Mac
fsrlsnc of Honolulu bhu nlll proceed to that pott lit
cbtrgt of t'apl Wmlorth.--.llu
At a sample of iustliicurrlials.it h ork, m pre
fit the arrttals at that port em May Ulhi It ateauirrs,
S ships, II barks, IS brists, U sehoont rs, a total or 110;
of this fleet Uk to from foreign, lints Wu
The Moinlii; htar U at borensous wharf taklne In
tloits and tit for Micronesia she talis in a few days
The Am bktno J A alklnbun: Is at the Old k'ustqm
House whail Ulsehatrlin; a ctneral cargo of tudse bhe
ntimi to ban i rauefxo to-ilay
The Am bgtne lontueloartiteet lat Thursday from
ban truictKo. and docked ittbccild Custom Homo
Hhaif, bho will return tubau r'rauclseo lie it week
The bVtue. hllkltat U atthe fool of Kott street dls
chargljg. after which tlio will be laid on fur bail
The bnediih bgtuo Vesta Is at the tttplauade dlt
Tho llrlt b b Monarch It at anchor In tho stream
The Am bk Homo l at anchor In the bay, aud will
coiumtuco lo discharge In a day or two
Tho Am bktne Malt), Is at l'Mbb wtiitf dlteharlnc
Tho t'Mbb Autlulia will be1 due from bau Vruucltco
Our thtukt aro duo and hereby tciiilc'cd leiC'aptt
rotba,J lluward. fur Hies of late papers
U lkl illy, June ttt, to ho wife o( II W. bchmldt, u
II I III ! I Ml l !!
Trom Newrastl; p.rbgtn. VeMa. June nth -A fnll
cargo of coal to Mi r,r T II Davles A to
I'rom Sydney per t Ity of New York, Jnnc foh-Ueg
horn S, o, ile mdtc, Jc matting, It Love, cases
marble, Macfarlane lo 3 c Honor I c I tennis
III ska potatoes u sk pumpkins II May A lo, 6aka
.. 'rn.m. ?n '"in lro. per Llla June Mh- Itrewer A
to. !tl!i III hay ) sk feed, 7-.es bread, 35bbl llmt,
TOtnbe. )4 k flotir. 405 shs bond meal, SS tons
sand, M posts. ll m shingles Scsgroe, t II lilshop,
2 horse, Dillingham A. Co 31 pkg hdwsre, I pkg revol
vers. 37 ct powder, 3 c glas, L u Hall A. ijon. ul pkg
hdware. Iron, etc, I c tnetms, a pkg leather, II kegt
Punier I.cwer .t I ooke, W k flour, 7 ladders: Oco
Wells, I c mdie W Kennel, pkg saddiery, M Me
Inerny. Scsrtdse A Inscl.lca mdie, Irwin A Co. I3i)
ski feeil. 7 sngar wagons, Ihjlles Ato, I7bltluck, I'
Horn, lea candle. K (icrtt. II cs ahoet, Lenehan A.
Co, ale whiskey, (I V Macfarlane A I a, Wjikga pa
per. It Orteve, .'c type, I'clrccACo, iOpkgsshlp
chandelery, J T Unterhouse, DCS tndsc, Ilotlscnlaegcr
Ato I pkg mdsi , t II Judd.S horse I sull:y 3caea
efTects. May A Co, VUOsks floor, JWtpkggroc, II
Itlce, tSSsksfeed, Phillips A to, -JUO pkg books, 1S7
pkg mde,.vsk flour, IWsk bran, Ilynian Ilro 16
pkgdgooils. Hart Ilro. 151 pkg gror, order 35 pkg
mde, JTmbrltkr, IVisktbran, 17lpkggroc and l3o
pkg j-roe to ' hlnesr firm
From Nanilmo per Ttev.Tr June 6-Allen A Itobln-
ton l.Ts) tons coul
From Newcastle per Malay Jnnr 7-1 OH) tons coal
to f Drewer A Co
From San Prancleco, per J A Palklnbnrg. Jnnc 7-E
11 llnll .1. hi.n llMlll. lMlh. ' A Mn.a.. U . (.k...n
.- ' -'.., v .....r. IVBIHII , 14 41 'l VI rV, U lUUfll tl .
noni iron ork, .'c machy; T u Thrum, 7 c tags and
machy; T O Thrum, 7 c tags am
TIC ska flour, I.cnihan A Co, 15 (
, 371 Iwr and tubes; Lewers &
ps, J K Wiseman, 11c mach, t 1
May A Co, 78 pkg crackets: Irwli
s, MrChesncy ACIIthen, 161 pk
ioat, Urlnliaum A Co. l'et pkg roi
' A Co. A like-ilritit. ft MrMhiilti
statlnny, A singer, 11
whisky, S CI Wfldcr.
t ooki.KiS m shingles, J
V. W lijmiii 11 f ti.al. I . I.'
nlfe. 7ft balea hay. May A Co. 78 pkg crackers: I'min
A. t o, 3!B skt potatoes , MrChesncy A (llthen, 161 pkg
tndsc; T II totter. I boat. Urlnliaum A Co. I'M nku i.roc
7 c tobicco, llolllster A Co. Otikcdrucs. It McMbuln.
fi pkg drugs, Mclntjre A Ilro, r, pkg groc. J T Water
Iiouk, 61 pkg groc, Mrs llklnson, 3 e millinery, U A
McK'nley. lie ffroc. A Mrln. -4 nkir rjlrrlaiyp mnlrrlal.
Castle A Cooke, 60 bbls lime, l5 bales hay, A Jaeger.V'J
c clocks; Mclean Ilros, II c mdsc: l'almei A. Cn. 11 tike
From Llvtrpool pers
Monarch, June H-WXI tons of
troni "an I rancisco, pir tonsuelo, June 8 Irwin A
Co, lis) bxs sugar, fi horse, Jlacfarlanc A to. 100 bva
sugar, Drown AC o, W cs whiskey, John H Mcllrcw.
T7i pk- groc, I'hllllp Ato, 17) pkg flour, ! t Adicr
usir i,o,ii pug types, llyman Ilros, 10 nk it goods.
Holies A to, 75 pkc meats, A W Itlchardson, Jc boots.
latle At ooke, W5sk hone meal, Macfarlane A I o,
170 c liquors and sundry f hlncso nidsc
Fur Sun Francisco, prr City of New York, .1
l.lHO.tO'l lbs sugar M.'wi lb rice. 1,15.' bnclis
Ilea brtel leave Value J7J.018 IS,
For San Francisco, per California, June S-J I,9I3
Hi etirtr, " empty tanks Fgu ValJIlO; I)omnluo
From .Sjdmy, per City of Ntw York. June "i-Itobt
l.oi f, wife nmt child, M I) .M uisu
A Irvlcne. and Fri
From Maui and Hawaii
.1 h he dru and ilillil
.1.1. flVt ...Ullll IIIIIIC IPb-
Mlsses S and II Sheldon,
. f.. .I...1 T ...
I'rntl. ,J 3lcl.eaii, J I .McCrossoa
For Kauai, peo Jas Makee, Juno -!-Mls I'arke and
From Miidwiml 1'orK per I.lkcllkc, Juno Ith-J 1"
I'arkcr, II KuihaUnl, Col Spreckels mid wife, Kll
hohuson, Ci Kenwny, Mrs Alona J II Taylor, C Watts,
C II Mills, W F l.ilde, A Lobensltln and wife, Mrs
Darker, U Shlpman, t M'liade, A llaalllio Mrs l'aliua
nml child, C Htuckpolp, W Cottrell, O hamanohn. 1)
Hookana, CI Hall, J Hllva, J M Onlrc and wire, Mrs
Jamil anil clillil, MrsMdi, Mrs mid Miss Makte, W
II Cornwrllnnd daughter, ltcv A Murgcs, K I.jcan, Mra
Clllmnu, Mrs Knukau, u CJray, wife and 2 children.
From San Frnnclsco, per Kill, June MhCleorgc K
.Smithies, Mr H M Fomroy nnd wife, II Krngcr, trund
V Arnomann, F Mlllkin, J Oilmore, W E Wilson, Jno
.tcHruju, i.uiuonu lien
From Sjiluey, per M llay June 7 Sarili Ilollia, Alice
Dolua, K Itobinsoii, Amelia Fctcrson, F I'ctersou
From Sin Francisco, per . I V Fiilklnburg, Juno 7 W
W Kmerson. Mrs Moorn anil rlillil. It It llntrl.lnnTi
From San FranUno, per tonsuelo, June 8 A blin
loiilds, It Nclltr, F Whltncj, III) Hawkes, John A
from St Michaels, per Jionaich June S-bJ'J Fortu
cuese, men, women nnd children
1'or Han Frnnclsco, per City of New 'i ork, June Ltli -U
C .Molten, V S l.twls, Wm N Armstrong, J A ltogirs,
A l'anuentea, MIssASUaii, CN Wills. Mr KiitiiUcn.
wife and r.childrin, O Ustackpolc, W I! V Millard, O
Chapell, A .1 White, C Johnson nnd wife, J (!oti7.nlcs,
.1 SantL, W White CI Lauvmann J Walsh. Clio Watson
I' M Sass, Oio Carroll, 1 J Jojcc, F A Nllson, A Erj
derman, J ltobblns, J A Horlnc. W J Williams, A
Mlnot, J II Wllbcr, i: W'lownscnd, K C Macfarlane.
nnd 7 Chinese
OSS III Han Francisco May 15th, Louise, wife of
II A. Voss, a nathc of Gcrminy, aged II jcara, -I
months nnd A days
DUNCAN In Han 1 nini-isco.Muy ItHli, S2, Willie,
eon of William and Marj Duncan, born In Honolulu,
uged II years, !1 months nnd!da)s.
Till: A'l UltDAI I'ltlSS
Fiihllshed for the Satui mr Fnrss Association by
110DEHT OHIEVE A CO ,
Hook, Job and General rrlntcrs
Honolulu, 11 I
Notices of jny ocntsof Interest trunspirlng on the!
other Islands wIllahvaM) bo thankfull) recchid for
publication Correspondents arn requested to append
tlulr true names to all communications, not for publi
cation necessarily, bnt us a guarantee that the writer
is acting In good faith
JUNE 10, IBS'.'
THE ARMY AGAIN.
In out last issue, wo published an editorial
on tho Hawaiian Army, and tho I'.C.A.ot
Monday last, in roplying thereto, corroborated
what was said so strongly that wo regtot want
of space to publish tho samo entire "Why,"
asks our contemporary, "should .i small state
neglect to train forsolf dofotisoi1" But tho
samo arltclo denies tho privilege of answering,
foi it says, wo "aro 'out of Court,' as foreign
ers, in offering an opinion on this subject."
In defcronco to tho Ministerially inspired hero
of Ihotitiill who lies iuttenched bol.ind his
bottlo of cheap ink in tho sanctum of tho J'. C.
A,,-avl kcop out opinions to ourseUcs
when wo tno convinced that ho has moro right
to publish lua than wo ha o to make ours known.
In answer to IiIb question, much could bo Baid,
Hawaii should not arm, bec.tuBo it is entirely
unnecessary; becauso it has no weak neigh
bors, nnd tho only ones with whom it could
hao any trouble nto countries strong enough
to send hero u latger army and navy than
could bo raised bote, oven though ovury in
habitant bo pressed into tho son ice; bocatise,
if all our pouploworo aimed soldieis, local
disturbances would result in tniniaturo roo
lutions, and ;i0ii blood would bo fched,
whereas now thoio is no d.mgor, and nothing
can grow out of thorn but worda nml froth,
which nto lesb datigoious than bullets; becauso
tho cost of kcoping in sorvico a largo army
would bo a giuator oxpcusu than tho country
would bear, becauso tho huge appropriations
necessary to mutant it would Increase tho lav
ish vtaulo of tho public inonoy for useless pur
poses, uud an incro.uo of taxation would bo
tho inevitable result; becitiso ft wutild draw
tho naties from their legitiinato pursuits nnd
oi ouliuilly muko them u raco of paupers; bo
cattbowar is an evil that should bo molded,
not courted; becauso tho poisons acting as tho
brains (I) of this luoiomitit, who tiro thirsting
for a military record, should remember that
poacohas her Motorics as well as war, Hut if
wo tiro wiong, and tho Hawaiian Army Is to bo
xiiviiuill,', as wo aro led to belioio, then no ask
for pcaco ftom ti humanitarian point of view,
for wo do not wish to sco tho armies of Atact
ica or Huropo brought hero to bo beaten, routed,
decimated uud scut homo on a shutter. Oh I
llawaiians, ifjou " as rcpicocuted, then wo
appeal to ion not to muko the Western Ques
tion outshitio tho "Kastein Question;" iuueg
itio tho consternation of u brigade of foreign
vetcruns when lioholdinjj a platoon oi" Hawaii's
invincible Infantry charging down upon thorn
"w ith bagortiots 11001111111'," Harden not j uur
hearts, but let peaco reign throughout tho
"Timo wuk," g& s our who brother, "when
very halo Hawaiian who had reached man's
ostalowas a soldier." True, uud time wus
when it watt necessary, owing tu tho constaut
wars between diOorcut parts of the group;
timo was when tho Hawaiian man, wouiau or
child who saw tho sun rio laew nol if they
would sco it sel; timo was when tlio common
people were slaves mid tlio thlefis despotn,
wotihl the I', f A.oo us drift back into
tlinso dnrlc rige? The do; oof peaco broods
over Ihuali, bill tlio booming of catumti may
frighten her away, for ariiin, 'ike ovcritliini?
oIbc, if possessed, will sotno day be used It
U tlio tnnst ridictilotts nonsenso lo till; of arm
ing for dcfcrine, and the persons who cncoui
age it aro unernicn of the tuuntry, and will
sooner or lalcr receive tlio cxecrationii of lltoso
uho no blindly applaud tlicin. Wo hopo, fur
tlio sako of Hauaii iici, that her legislators
will considor w ell before voting for tho military
items in tho Appropriation Dill, and vo hopo
tho editor of the '. 0. A. will B.iy nothing
morn in their favor, for it will only invito blood
shed, and ho knows, and every one elso with u
modicum of brains knows, that this little King
dom, in the bands of any country with which
there is tho remotest possibility of its having
any difficulty, would be as a sick rat in tho
mouth of n terrier. Tor tho ono hundred und
fifteenth litne, moro or loss, wo repeat. "In
Hawaii's weakness lies her whole strength."
THE "OPPOSITION" DWINDLING.
How refreshingly innocent is tho statement
in tho Daily J'. C A of Juno 8th, that. "Tho
Government was jestorday sttpporicd by a
very largo majority on tho oto for Coronation
Hxpcnscs. This was tho second great fight of
tho session on tho I'stimales, nnd acompiti
ROti of tho illusion list with that on tho voto
for 'Ilia Majesty's Household IiXpoimos,' shows
that tho ranks o( tho Opposition I'arty if thoro
bo really such a party aro dwindling. Tho
opposition to tho Coronation voto had evi
dently been carefully coneortcd beforehand,
und tho elaborate speech in which the Hon.
Xoblo Molt Smith indulged, showed a deter
mined tiTort to throw out thoolu hid been
resolved upon." If indications tiro to bo con
sidcicd, puihaps they might show n still bet
ter concerted schcino upon tho pint of tho
"Premier" to ctrry tho incasmo into opera
tion. Ono advantage, at least, tho "Prcmiot"
had, and that was, tho opportunity, pending
tho discussion in the House, of talkinc tho
matter over with a number of the Itoprcscnta
tics in a moro quiet and private wny tit tho
lunch table of his own house. By .t foitunato
coincidence, .i toothsome tcpast hid been pro
vided by tho "Premier" upon tho day when
tho aflaire of his department wcro under dis
tussiou beforo tho Ahscmbly. Wo would not
foi a moment insinuate that mtch, in itself, by
tho icmolcsl possibility, could, for tho nonce,
havo incioascd bis popularity, of which wc
are assured by tho independent newspaper
with which hohas recently severed nil con
nection; j el, being cognizint of tho fact that
men do not, as a ltilc, meet at tablo without
friendship and community of fooling, and that
such is likely to bo fostered by good feed
ing, wo cannot forego tho conclusion that tho
event tu.13, in u measure, havo been propitious,
"l'ho tanks of tho Opposition nro dwindling."
Wo concui in tho statement of tho P. C. A
Daily, and admit, further, tho btliof that it will
dnindlo still, so long ns any Cabinet of which
tho present Prcmiot is tho bond and frout, holds
tho reins of administrative power. And so
long as thoso of tho community, both native
and foreign, rich and pool, who in hoart op
poso a criminal wasting of tho public money
in pageants aud tawdry, gotten by increasing
tho burdens of taxation, sit mum, disunited and
undccisio, in regard to an Opposition policy,
so long will this power survivo that will sonnet
or latter beggar and baukrtipt tho nation and
toar away tho found itions of its independence.
In tho Appiopiiation Bill provision lias beon
niado for tho pay of Distiict Attorneys foi tho
different districts of tho Islands, No opposi
tion has thus far shown itself to this now do
pat turc, and wc trust tho Assembly will look
at tho subject in .1 calm uud reasoning manner
Tho groat incicasoiutho business and popula
tion of tho couutry has necessarily brought
with it an incioaso in tho business of tlio
Courts; aud as tho hands of tho Sheriffs tiro
full, as a coiiBiquenco, with tlio management
of police affairs, proper, it is necessary that
such appointments should bo mado, aud for
which tho Appropriation Bill has provided.
It is a well known fact that tho Sherifls in
many districts, although, perhaps, compolcnt
to carry out the laws under direction, arc jot
incompetent ub advocates or attorneys beforo
Couit, and that, as a consequonca of faulty in
dictments and tho liko, many si real culprit
has been ablo to avoid the legitimate) conse
quences of his acts. In years gouo by, when
tho business of tlio Courts was infinitely less
than it is at prcsout, tho diflcrcnt districts had
thoir Attornoys. Although tho niraiigeincnt
was then considered an advantage, it was
finally dano away with, owing to tho fact that
tho need of such offices was not commciuurato
with tho expense attendant. But lo-dnj, tho
tho wholo phaso of things has changed, and
nothing now isiecognuod, by any ono ennver
sant with Btich inattora, ub of moro import.tiico
than tho appointment of Crown prosecutors,
whoso solo duty it shall bo to bco that justicu
is uiotod out according to lav to all offendors
REVISE THE CODES.
How often during trials in our Courts bonic
thitig cornea up to show what ridiculous nb
suiditics our laws contain. It would bo diffi
cult to find uu equal amount of law auywlioro
with more inaccuracies. Sotuo aro tho result,
perhaps, of faulty translations, sotno of bad
punctuation, sotuo of carelessness in tho word
ing, aud others ou tho statutes aro pro
vision that should have beon repealed long
ago, being no longer of uuy use. Thoro aro so
many blemishes that it would bo useless to
begin to cuuuierato them. It is necessary that
our law s should bo ba plain as to loavo no
doubt of thoir meaning, and it would bo woll
for tho Legislature to take tho matter 111 hand
and appoint 11 cominittca to roviso tho Codes
and mako them intelligible. It would also bo
woll for tho samo connnitteo to suggest amend
ments whuro necessary. Tho laws are in such
u btnlo that nothing will act thorn straight but
a careful rovieion.
Messrs I'ilipo and Nuwah! still maintain
tho same manly and independent attitude in
thoir capacity as Representatives that thoy
have maintained during many successive ses
sions of tho Legislature. Such men 4rr
tho substantial aud united support of all re
spoct&blo men, aud especially of the foreign
population of tho Islands, Truly, they aro
bright uud shining; lights, snd deserve tho
more credit because thoy lack tho advantages
of a fotcigu education. Mr, Q. R. Uichardion
isa youugermember, and sits usa Hcprfscnla
tivo for tho first time, but gives itidicatious of
being cnpablo of cawing for himself laurels
which nono hao jet won, being capable, both
by reason of lntural endowments and a liberal
and diveraified education-comprehending a
thorough knowlcdgoof both langingcs of oc
cupying any of tho most icsponslblo offices
(not Cli i Judicial) in tho Government.
THE QUESTION OF SALARIES.
"It is not so vory many 3 cars ago," says tho
editor of tho ' C. A., " that tho wholo or tho
huds in the Hawaiian Kingdom weio tho
property of its king, and tho wholo of its rovo
ntio waa his private roventio." Very trtioj
but if King Kauikoaouli, Kntiichaiucli.i III.,
waa far enough advanced to see tho folly and
injustice of such a system nnd distribute :i
largo portion of tho laud among tho common
people, why, at this lato day, when tho Ka
inohamohas aro no more, when tho Govern
ment and people aro changed, should any ono
sigh for thoso times. Government is not in
terested for tho benefit of 11 lew, but to improc
tho condition of all. All people aro created
equal, and ono has no more lights than an
other, other than those granted by lcason oi
his position. It is ridiculous for a pcoplo to
tax thciuschcs unncccssttily to support a
chief cxecutio, no matter what may bo his
title, whoso duty it is to consider their wolfaro
Tho stnie wiso cditot informs us that the sal
ary or tho King is less in amount than is vol
untarily given by British colonists to sotno of
their Governors. This is very true, but what is
tho population .ind revenue of thoso colonic.)
The President of tho United Slates, who occu
pies u difficult iiiul rcspousiblo position, includ
ing his salary and all allowances rccchos .1
8tuallct sum than tho King of Hawaii, and yet
tlio population of ono country is 52,000,000
and ol tho other about 05,000.
Wise ami Othenvise.
J.ho "spoils Bjstcra" seems to bo cropping out in
tho Interior Department.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and editor of
the P. C. .1. two souls tvlth but a slnglo tlioiiRht,
two hearts that beat as one.
'I ho Ministerial orgau acknowledges thatliicim
piovod army now being invented for Hawaii no!
is intended fursolf defense. Aiuce!
It w true that tho Luuatuakaniunuas i istteil tho
Insaiio Asljlum, the Itcfonu.ttory School anil tho
Prison last Siturdiy, but it is not true, as lias
been maliciously silted, that members wore loft
in any of those institutions.
It would bo advisable for tho driwir of tho
"Wooui.iwn" nitlk-flagon to moderato bis impetu
osity a little aud not endanger tho lnuii of pedos
trions nt strcot crossinss by heedless drmtiR "A
stitch in timo saes nine."
A prominent writer has sugeestcd that, from tho
appcaranco of things in general, it must be a long
timo sineotho rool-killer isitcd this planet. A
wjitor nt tho Legislative Hall nncht add, that
ovcrj otlicr country had beon visited sinco this
Mr. (Jibsuu huitcd in tho Assembly that it would
bo proper to havo n prophet perform tho ceremony
of coronation, 'llio ncarost nimroach we havo tu
such is n "Prtoit of ilolcliisLdcc aud Chief Presi
dent of tho Islands of tho Se v" ami we trust ho
will not bo overlooked.
J. B. l'nlouau, Itpicsentativo from llaualei,
presented a petition to tho Assembly on Tuesday
pray ing that physicians with benign countenances
only bo appointed to hobpitnls established on tho
Govcrnl islands, it will next bo in order to appoint
a committee of oxports 011 countenances.
"Would not a universal voice," sayB tho tditor of
tho P. C. A., "havo told us a quarter of 11 century
nso that thoro was 'no fear' of intorneomo war in
the Umtod States?" Nol it would notl A century
io it was predicted by many that slavery would
causa n war between tho North and South, nnd
fifty years ago it was looked forward to as a cer
tainty; and when tho rebellion broko oat tho
greatest wonder was that tho "irrepressible con
llict" had beon kept off so lonfr."'
On Saturday evening of last weak Major IauLea,
Secretary of tho Foreign Office, entertained tho
members of tho Legislature at his residence on
Borotnuia street. As the party did not break up
until tho small hours of tho morning it is to bo
supposed ilioatTnirranst havo passed oil onjoyably.
It may be irrelevant to mention just here, the fact
thnt tho salary of tho Secretary sinco then has been
raised to ;J3,0u0 per annum. Of course we would
not insinuate turn lucre is any connection ueiwecn
tho two facts: but would merely wish to call atten
tion to this as ono among tho many romarkable
coincidences that bnvo taken placo of tho samo
Tho Daily P. L'..l. incites a comparison between
this country aud tho United States nnd Buropean
countries in rogard to tho amount of expenditure
incurred in tho support of royalty and tho mili
tary. Let us look at a comparison with tho
United States. Expenditures for the support of
tho Pi tsiclenl ami Ai my amounts to n total annual
tax per capit 1 of tho population of about 03 cents,
whereas for tho support ofrojnlty and tho ami)
in Hawaii, tho amount Is about $! per capita.
In a majority of tho United States there aro no
personal taxes levied. If Hawaii would imitate
tho economy of tho Union in thoso mutters, wo
coutu also iiuoru 10 1111 1110 uurueti ot personal
Fniuiv, Juno d, 183:;.
Minutes of previous meeting were read nnd ap
Troui Mnkawno, that employers bo not allowed
to imprison their employees on any account what
ever, ltef erred to Couimittco 011 Judiciary.
I'rom Mnnoi, by tho member for Honolulu, that
parents with 110 children bo exempt from $- school
tax. 'lhal Chinese poi manufacturers bo com
pelled to tako out license 'Hint horses bo taxed
nicordiug to their value. Iteftncd to tho Coui
mittco on miscellaneous subiccts.
I'rom Honolulu, that an old road in Mauun which
has been closed, bo opened, ltcforrcd to Com
mittto 011 1'iihlio Lauds.
I'rom Honolulu, that all milch cows bo taxed nt
CO ctn per head. ItcfcrrcU tu Committee 011
uu'outs or htaniiinu coumittlks.
Tho Chairman of tho Finance Committee report
ed 011 sonral notitlons and recommending they bo
luid on the tablo until bills aro introduced 011 tho
several subjects. Iteiwrt adopted.
Also, 011 tho petitions in reference to tho 10,
000,000 loan, recommending Uxy, bu considered
with thu bill on that subject, iteport adopted.
ntl'OUT or helujt committals.
Mr. Richardson, clmirmaiiof a select committee,
reported ou an net tu utueud Section r7 of tho
('nil Code and recommended its iiideliuitu post
ponement, as It is contrary to the provisions of tho
Constitution, inasmuch as it would not apply
equally to all classes of society. 'I ho report was
laid 011 the tablo to lie ooustdcrcel with tho minority
'iho Attoniey General presented an opinion,
stating that thiro was no law or treaty stipulation
to prevent an net being passed prohibiting tho
importation and sale of liquors.
Mr. Kaani moved that J'J.OOO bo inserted in tho
Appropriation Bill for a bridgo at Walmea, Kauai,
ltefcrrcd to Committco on l'ublio' Lands.
Mr. Mahoo moved that 50 bo voted for finish
ing tho Court Houso nt Waialun, O.ihu. Iteferred
to mine committee.
Mr. Ainohi moved that $5,000 bo appropriated
for extending tho vvbarf at Mahukoua. Iteferred
to Committee 011 l'ublio Lands.
Mr. Nakookooguiu notlco of u bill to amend
Section 11, Chaptor K of thu Venal Code.
Mr. Kamalclo read for tho unt timo au act to
repeal Chapter 67 ot the Venal Code, to taitigato
tho ev IU anting from prostitution.
Mr. Kalun moved that fOOO be appropriated fur
a lock-up at Hounnali, Maui. Iteferred to Com
mittee ou l'ublio Lands.
Mr. Gardner moved that $11 be spniopriated in
ordir torefuud one Ahee who had been, doubly
taxed. Ite'erred to Committee) ou Finance.
0Bur.ii or tub day.
The Appropriation Bill on its becond rcadiug.
'Iho following items pasaed:
Voriuaneat Settlements .Her Majesty Queen
Kiuiiia, ?t:',000; His Excellency V. Kouoa, ;',I00;
Harry 8. bwintou, f GOO.
Legislature and Privy Couucll Expense of
Lcgi.Utaro of lbK f&OOO; Secretary of Privy
Council. f200; lucieieuUIs of l'rivy Council, 10U.
Judiciary Department Salary Chief Justice aud
Ctuiucellar, $li,UO0, Salary First Associate Jottlce,
810,000: Halatv Second Associate Justice, S10.000;
b lUry Clerk Supreme Court, i.OOOj Salary Deputy
Clerk, 3,beJ0; Salary CopvUt. 9100: Salary Inter,
preter Supreme and Follot CoorU, M.000: Salary
Circuit Judge Maul, f,)W, Salary Cireutt Jud
Ililoand Kan,.?2,000, Salary Circuit JndRoKobnla,
h.1n' ?tc" -'UX)f Circuit Jadco Kami, 1 000,
Police Justice Honolulu, r.,000; l'ollco Instlw Hllo,
?.M00j I'olico Justice Lalmtna, ?1,C00; Police
Jnstico Walluku, $2,100; District JuiIro North
Hllo, ?S00i District Judce Punn, SS00; District
.ludcoKan.'ll.UOO; District JuJko North KonA,?W0,
District JdUro Sonth Konn, ?8O0, District Juilra
North Kolmln, 91,200, District Juelpo South Kolmla,
300j District Judge Hamakua, 71,200: District
Jnelso Honusnln, $600; District Juelco Mnkanao,
81.200; District Jaeloo Ilntui. SSW. District .Imlon
Lsnnl, ?CU0: District JucIro Molokil, ?1,000; Ofs-
liuilo i, 800; District Jodo,o Koohnpoko, 1,200; i
Diatrirt .Ill.lon IHn,llnl. tl nm; tlUtrlt .li,,l
Kawnllinu, tWO, Diitrict JuJro Dihoe. fl.OOO;
District Judge Kolon, JS00: District Juelco Walmea,
$600; Trmlina eipcnses Circuit JndRoJIaul,?200;
'lrae!inR eXetises District JuJro Molokni, M.
i tio iiouso nujotuueu ai uu p. m. until 10 a. tu,
JIo.s-DiT. Juno 5, 185".
Houso met at 10 o'clock a. m., minutes rcid and
J. Kcau, the ncwlj elected member from Ilono
lulu (vice W. M. Oibsoti, resisned) took his peal
nnd was duly sworn in a member of tho Assembly.
Bv J. Kamnkete. from Makawau. nravliic that
tho pty of teachers in common schools ho iti
ereascel to Jjl.tlOper diem ltefcrrcd to Commit
teo on Kducillon
lly A. Knukau, from Kaanapali, nsking that tho
Legislature do not in ict 11 Loan liill for $10,000,
0OU. L lid on table to bo taken up with a bill to
that effect. Mr. Kaultau ulso presented a petition
that intents rending their children to school,
should bo exempt from taxes. ltefcrrcd to Bdu
lly. u. II I'nlohiiu, from llaualei und Kanaihau,
Kauai, praviug that n hospital be provided for tho
pooflo of Kauai. Ilcfetred to Sanitary Commit
ter. B I). II. Nahiuu, from booth Konn, asking that
tho Island of Hawaii bo divided into three judi
cial districts. Iteferred to .Itidicmry Committee.
ilj J, Nakoukoo, from thu Y. M. C. A. of Kau
mnkapilf, praj lnu that thu Sunday Law amend
ment bu indciltiitely posttKiucd. iteferred to tho
Committco into whoso custody the bill mentioned
had been nlrondy given.
By I'. l'aliin. from Honolulu, two petitions upon
thu samo subject, asking thnt tho law prohibiting
tho silo of sniiituoas liquors to Hawaiian bo
repealed. Laid on tablo to be considered with n
bill upon tho subject.
By .1 Gardner, from llniin, praying that China
men be prohibited from coming into this King
ilom under contract an laborers; nlio that Dr.
1'itch bo appointed ns physician to tho CJuccn's
Hospital. Iteferred to Committco on Miscella
By J. Kanwila, from l'nua, Hawaii, praying
$r,(XX) bo appropriated for tho construction of
wharves nt I'una. lloforrcd to Couimittco on
Government Lauds nnd Internal Improvements.
By F. Pallia, from Honolulu, praying that
School street bo extondcd, and ?li,000 bo sot apart
for that purpose. Laid ou table.
By A. KniiUau, from tho district ot Kaauapili,
Maui, praying that thu importation nnd saio of
intoxicating liquors bo totally prohibited. L ml
on table to bo considered with tho Liquor Bill.
By S. Aiwohi, from North Kolmla, Hawaii, prat
ing that .ri,000 bo appropriated for improving tho
ro ids in thnt district. Iteferred to Committco 011
Government Lands and Intermit Improvements.
By J. K. Kami innno, from IlamnLui, Hawaii,
pray mg f or nn appropriation of .?i.1X),000 for the
purposo of constructing 11 railroad in tlio Iluma-ku-i
district. Iteferred lo Committco ou Govern
ment Lauds and internal Improvements.
lly h. Aiwohi, from Kolmla, Hawaii, praying
that uutivo Hawailans only bo allowed to tako out
knleams for lauds. Heftrrcd to Committoo on
l'nlilie Linds. etc.
lly J. Gardner, from Ham, Muut, praying that
churehiiroperty bo exempt from taxation, ltofer
rcd lo Committto of Finance.
By G. B. I'nlohau, from U.uialei, Kauai, praying
that tho Minister of Interior bo authorized to nay
a salary to Lomo ono to rnu a scow across tho Ka
liluwai river. Bcfencd to Committco on l'ublio
i.rrorrrs 01 committlls.
Premier f M Gibson, in answer to a resolu
tion introduced by Mr. Goo. L'. IMchardson, ask
ing of tho .Minister information respecting certain
reports which hid been current of demands mado
by tho British Government on account of a viola
tion of treaty stipulations with Great Britain
arising out of tho working of tho Kcciprocity
Treaty, presented n, roply to this effect : '1 hat no
national demand had been mado: but that tho
demand had been by a local British firm for tho
remission of certain duties. Beport adopted.
Upon suspension of tho rules Minister Gibson
mado uu oral explanation 111 answer ton resolu
tion presented by Mr. G. W. Pilipo inquiring ns to
the probablo effect of n total prohibition law
affecting tho importation and salo of spirituous
liquors, upon our troaty relations with other
nations. Ho said that according to Vrticlo 10 of
our formor treaty with Franco such rTlaw would
havo been iucousistent ; but that this objection no
longer existed. Mr. J. L. Kaulukou presented a
report from tho Judiciary Committee recommend
ing tho n isago of an Act to amend Section 892 of
tho Civil Codo, and providing for 11 Police Justico
at North Kohala. Beport ndoptcd.
Hon. J. Mott Smith presented a lengthy report
upon tho expenditures proposed for tho military,
which was ordered to bo printed. 'Iho report
is too lengthy for insertion.
Hon. J. Mott Smith presented .1 resolution sug
gesting tho propriety of having printed tho roport
of tho Minister of Foroign Aunirs 111 regard to tho
claims mauo upon mis uovernment, ootoro men
tioned, nnd urging that tho Minister enlighten
tho Assembly upon this matter to tho extent of his
ability. Resolution adopted.
Mr. Navraht offered a resolution requesting that
tho committco to whom was intrusted tho work of
Codifying tho Laws up to 1SE0, bo instructed to
report to tho Assembly tho disposition winch had
been made of tho funds (5,000; appropriated
thcrofore. After an explanation by tho Attorney
General, tho resolution was withdrawn.
'iho samo gentleman also prosented, and after
wards withdrew, n resolution requiring tho Min
ister of Interior to prCbent to the Assembly a do
tailed account of tho Bales and rent da of Govern
ment lands sinco 18s0.
ouDUior Tttr iui.
Second reading of tho Appropriation Bill. Thu
folowiug items were pissed:
Judiciary Don rtmeut-S ihiry Clerk Police Court
Honolulu, $?,10U; Clerk Second Jndicial Circuit,
SI00; Clerk Third Jndicial Circuit IJC00, Clerk
Fourth Judicial Circuit, $300; Bxiiensos of Su
premo Court, $2,500; Expouscs of witnesses in
criminal c.islr, to bo paid in the discretion of the
presiding Justice, 1,500, L'xpiivcs becond Judicial
Circuit, fl,800; expenses 'lhird Judicial Circuit,
S'J.OOO; Kxpoiibos ronrtli Judicial Circuit, M0;
rurcimso ot mw tioous, $ux; stationery auet 111
cielciitalH of nil Conrts, $l,MX)j I'rintiiie; Iteiwrta
Vol. 4, f L'iOO; Chineeo intorprcttr nuel trnnalutor,
MY AVSi:XC13 rilOM
XJ this Kliisdom Mr
M M.Taylor of Makairao.
.Maul, hat full jiouer of Attorney to do business for
rpiIIS IS TO CHUTJKY THAT OX
J. Chouc, ruldlnj; In Honolulu, OooTnnc. tultllii'
In China hav lug purchased the Interest of Utal. and
Youiil' Ko, retldlni; In Honolulu, aru co-partnrrs In tho
llrm o? ON L'llO.SO A. CO . doing business In Honolulu.
Iloniiliiln, Jnnol)tli.)!i! W
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
rpjl 13 UXl)i:USIG'13JJ G IV 13b
JL notice that In virtue of tho authority conferred by
A mortgage deed, mado by h .VI, Ohio, Abraham Ohla.
aud J. Kumil of Walluku, Maul, to V, II. Cuinmlns of
saiuv place, nhlch lunrtcage deed Is recorded 111 the
llovcrnincnt rcslilry book In Honolulu, on pe lja
and 131 Tho estate inortcajrc. by tho said deed, con
slsta of houses, leases and horses. ow thu time
linlni; explrel by limitation, and becauso the condi
tions therein contained havo been broken, I ulll icUe
at.d hold tald morlcae. and after tlio cxplrallon of Iho
tliuoalloiuel bylaw mIIIscII ihosamoat publlcauc
Hon W II ClMMlMiH, Mortsaaeo
Jno W Kalua. Attorney for Mortgagee-. 1)1 1 1
"F O 0F1. JS J.
rpiini'UliMlbKSOWXKWllV V. C-
J. JONES, on Nuuenu venue. Honolulu. "Ill be
ortited for salo at auction O.N i Kit) V V, June JOth. ISSJ,
(If nol pretloaslT dlsposid of at piUale sale,) at the
bales Itoom of E 1'. Adams
This propetty l located in a very desirable and
healthy part of the tlty i has built upon II a Coiumodl.
ouslvvo-storrDnclllug House containing Tailor. Din
ing Itoom, Hall. Library Bleeping Itoom, Dressing
itoom ana I'ath Itoom in the loner floor; besides a
Large Hack Veranda, ISxJO, with Three Airy Chambers
on tno second floor, all of teblcb cominaud a delightful
lewof the surrounding mountains and valleys,
Thcie areTwoCottagraori the Tremlsts. each con
lalnlngliro llooms, one ot which lias a llath Itoom
There la a Long Dulldlng in ths rear with Thrse
Itooma for berTanisl a Carriage House, Stable .or Two
Horses and a Itoom for Hay. U;aln, Harness, J;e ,
also, a Wash House There Is alio a Large Unal, IScw,
TheMalu Home nas built In 1677 u as paiutcd Inside
and out, and ucwly papered last Nonmbir, and la tup
ported on Ilrlck Tiers giving a 0ns foundation,
All the UulldlDEt on the Treatises aro In Tcrfect
The Land has a frontage on Nuuanu Attune of 09 ft
and a depth of itofu, audconlalusao Area of .etw of
au Acre. Tha Troiiettv la free from all jucumbrancct;
lheTItlls Tirfeet. A Warranty Dd wfll bs furnished.
pr rtlNHN t'AMI, .If sold at auction, bpeclal
Terms can b arrauged If sold at Trlvale lisle.
The Troprrly can be Inspected at any time. For fur
ther particulars apply to
1 0, JONEb. j
91 vn At tao Ofllte ol C. iirtwcr Co.
mp s n
The Following; GDntlcmcn Comprise
WM. O IRWIN. CKII. IlltOW.V,
CAI'T. A N Titiri ,
First bay, Saturday, Jujve 10th,
COM.UnNCIXOJ AT' 1! O'CLOCK SIIA1M'.
Krtpiolnni Plato, 3100.
lOlt HAWAIIAN IlItCK IIOHSKS-Mllo dmh
Catch wclghtc I.ntrniico $11
(I. n Kelly.. . . . .r. in Vcntu
T A. Cntninliin b g Mandforil Colt
I.Locan . b r Stranger
Queen Emma Plate, $100.
IIUNNIMI ItACII-Tlircc aa'l of a mllcilash Tree toall, tocarry IOJH11 KntrsneeJIU
CI. II. Kelly. ..
.1. A Cnitiralli)
M i; Albatigh..
Secoivd Day, Monday, Jujve 12th,
cojrn:xciNcs at ii o'clock a.m. giiAm'.
Lcahi Cup, $40.
MUbH ULi:Mllai1l.-l'rec loall Utcli vtciIiIh
II N C'rabbc. ...
C A, Ilnllcy
I. J Aylcttc
Park Cup, 375.
Three-quarters of a mile Free for all TWO VUAlt
OLDS breil In the Kliieelom Uitcli wclchl". Entrance
IV, II Uornuell s c. Unnnmcil
J 1" Colbnru b c. Kipial Itlglitu
Eociprocity Plate, $100.
TltOrTIS'O ItAOK, mile heats, beet a In 5 to har
ness Frco to all llorsfj that have not o belter record
than S-li) In in) nubile nice in this Kingdom, Ilntranco
M B. Allauli.
, in. Coquette
' Thonian II
Express Cup, 875.
I'ltlli: TO ALL HOltaKS that havu been driven In a
Public Hack, six months previous to this 11th June
Kntrnncc S? no.
Manuel Itcls . . .b lii.Melllc
J VVnlion . . . li in. I'lnl.
Kamohamoha Plate, $ 200.
TKOTTIXO KACK-Mlle lie ill bet I In .". to li irneso
1'rccloult Kutniiiec $ J).
VV II Coruncll. . . .b. g. e tOllv
31. i; Altnujli . . . ,c in Coteipiet
jay All HOUSES entered fur these Itices lll be
under the control of the Judges, and their decision
will bo final. All ltunnlng Itaccs ulll bo under
tlio ltules of the Paclfi: lllood horse Association Ex
cepting as to weights All Horses to carry a Klder.
All Trotting Itaccs ulll be under the Huh of the
National Trotting Asfociatlon,
car No Pool bcllln on the I'ark crouniln. All
Horses that arc fold lu I'oola will he ruled out.
Ofllcial Programmes of the I)is'Uacea itinyhc procured at Mccsr. J
proceeos ui mucii arc lur iiic ocncni oi tuc 1'arK
AD.MlTTAXCi: TO Till: I'ARIf, US CTS; IIOKSKS A'I) CAltKlACJKfcs,
50 CTS; ADMITTANCK TO TIIK CJ:ANJ STAX1), )?J.OO.
II. A. WIDEMANX, Chaliman
Ml t7 E. A. 1'IEnOE, hccrclarj.
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
Would Call Attention to Their targe and
Varied Stock of
Moline Steel Breakers and Furrowing Plow,
Moline Steel Flows, all sizes ;
rianet Jr. Cultivator, Dirt hcrapcrs, John Dccni's Oaii" l'los, Planter' Hues, best makes; Garden Hoes,
Dlsston's Celebrated Cane Knives, made to order; Amis' ijhoicU and bnade", Canal llrro. Ox Iloivs, Yoke.
Oi Chains, Fence Chains, ' ...
SUGAR MILL REQUIREMENTS :
Sugar Bags, Sugar Kegs, Cumberland Goal !
Sperm OH, Cylinder, Lard uud Kerosene Oil, Perfect Lubricators. I'linnbaxc, Albany Grease, llisston's and h
and J.l lies, all sizes and kinds; Steam Packing, Hound and l'lat India Itubbcr, Asbestos and boaii .stone. Hai.
Packing, India Itubbcr llo.e, i to J In,; ripes nnd Coupllnss, Machine Holts, ail sUcs; Nuts and Washers, fin
ished; Cold-pressed Ulacksmith's. Engineers and Carpenters' Hammers. Winches, 8 In. to SI In.; Pipe Cutters
Anvils, Vices, 'lube bcrapers and dtlnd. tones. UJT AMKMICA.N II A K IKU. .M'10III, srEKI..
Builders' Hardware, All Kinds & Styles;
IIDllllUCH'S Paints and Oils, i au and bolted; bmsll Paints In Oil, in lar;o variety: Dry Points! Umber
Venetian, ite-d. Ochres, Metallic, Ac; Whltlns, Ucrmaii ludoir Ulais, asstd, sizes; Manila Hope, !i to .1 In.
STAPLE GROCERIES t No. land- Dour, No. lands Itlce, Crushed bugur, China and Japan Tear
Oysters, Clams, balraou, Lobsters, finest Quality of Table 1'iults from tho factory, l'UKE English tiplccs, Con
densed Milk, Cocoa.
SPECIALTIES i THE PALACE KEROSENE OIL, Weston's Centrifugal LININGS, II In.;
RUBBER SPRINGS AND CANVAS BRAKE, Just at hand; Ulako Steam romp Valves, racking,
Ac; Lllakf Bolle'rlVcd, Julco or Molasses Irrigating and Vacuum Tumps.
Weston's Patent Centrifugals, complete;
Also, ON CONSIGNMENT, California Hay, Uarley. Potatoes, Barrels balnioii, llainr, Asbestos Mlsttlre
or Hollers and btcam I'lpcs, very cheap; Vcucc Wire ami Staples, Oalv. Itoollug.
Wilcox & GihVa Automatic. Singer Mftj. Co., Atd.; Remlagton Co., rumllyt Wilson No.
MacUtne, tlio Bent Aasortment to to Found, and AT BOTTOM PRICES.
NEW GOODS BY EVERY ARRIVAL PROM ENGLAND, NEW
YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO.
1 New Traction Engine, 8-h. p.
Orders from the Other Islands
pAltliU III.MIII.NIJ TO ll.lt i: 'IMUIK
Tlanos Tnncd and Itfgulatcd v.111 find It greatly to
their adrantago to ttcure the services ut Mr IHIDOlt
IIOHKKIUANTZ formerly In charge of the Tlanos In
the well knotrn Cullrgeut Kottc Damr
Communications Heft at T O Thrum a Stoic, or
Talmer'a Hiug Store (I
Carriage and Double Harness For Sale
A H.iMlhOJIU (ItUI'lltM:)
TPtxxxxi.1.-y Phroton I
Lately Imported, and NEVKlt USED
Havlii; Shafts at well at Tole, can be dtivin
with blnple Horse or a Span
A Fine Double Harnett with
tar ATTLV TO
IJACIFIC RUliUKU PAINT.
X A fallassorlmeatof this celtbrattd oalntandU
pjnd o (slloo packless, all the desirable shades In
aenaieoy BVtLaiS VO
m I All A 1 Ail.
June 10th & 12th
WMskskW W W
tho Committoe oi Arrangements
II II .MAtPAllLASK'
II A WtnUMAN.N.
King's Plate, $126.
I Oil TIIIIEK VK Alt OM).K-Op(ii to all-One lnlh--Ilctt'J
inl, to carry 11M Hi- KntranceJIJfO.
l It Kfllr ... . 1). li. Hancock
W II Cornncll .
r. m. Von in
... li jr. Jtark Twain
.1). jr. Slandforil Colt
c,m. Homplug Ulrl
, Luna Makaainana Plate, $100.
! ONK ASI) A IIAI.I' MILK DASH- 1'icc for all. In
I carry I001b. Entrance $t0
b li Hancock
... b g MarkTwiln
.?. h. Oencrnl OirJchi
v it CnmuFll
Regent's Plate, $100.
rrtllB to all lIOnsr.SbrcillntlicKlngilom-llesl S
In I Catch weights Entrance Jill.
Ci II, Kelly r. m Vrmis
.1 A. Cummins b. g. Stanilford Coll
U.Lucas b R. HtratiRcr
Pony Race Cup, 350.
ONE MltiK DASH-Ono
Kiiigelnm not over I Hi ha
ncn lo nil Horses bred In the
h mills liL.li Catch weights.
.1. II. Klnu . llushwlinckir
J, Llshinati Why Not
loseph Kaaiinmifl lokuIehua
O .1 Holt , Tyran
-I liillc ilath I
Entrance J" SO
M E Albaugh c
.b. ij. Htringcr
m. Kouiplug (
Donkey Race Cup, S25.
FltEE lOll Al.b-Each man to rlilchls ncllibon
Donkey, the latt ono under the wire lns
W Aylrtt I'luaforc
I) Adams Ululuui
Antonc Jiwk .Morlns
Bicycle, Tricycle, and Foot RACE,
for '-1)0 yards. I'or Medals and Cup
In order to secure ni d maintain order, no unc vt III be
allowed on the trad, without the Association Ilndgc,
uhlch ciu be obtained on the Grounds.
3y I'cnnlla to train llorscfon the I'nrk track can
be obtained from Mr. II. It. Macfarlane. Jockcyfe
colors must Inccomrnny Entrance fees
W. Itnberteon &, Co's liooktlore, the
Tilled at Ileal Kites and with Dispatch
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
M'K aro CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
LAItOU ADDiriONS '10 OLIt bTOCK OT
Hay Azxca. C3Hr,lix
And at we Turchase In Large Lots J'Olt CASH,
Are Enabled to Sell at Low
at any Other Firm.
AndllavlUKlhoLAIlOEbT STOCK in the Klugdutu-,
THE BEST A3S0RTMEKT,
flurcrs tiould do well to obtain onr prices
before ordering elsewhere
WE HIVE A FEED MILL FOR SALE I
fr in uooo oitDEit.-ia
Witk Belto and Pulley t
Will Orlud from 1 to 3 Tout per Day
t ate Bole Agents (or the " Hoover Tslsphoue,"
Tltaj CitMsyMt, (UwplMt ttad BtMt la Dm.
Sole Agutt for Hit "Patent Hprlns Carts." Auy
person rnolrlng ono of thtso
bUKATLtl through ua than bv
s. can prxxere eacau
kin j yoBgMxer1'
(or ons, or having It made litre,
n e. ir fr