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BY K. P. A1JAMS.
III, A I,
DWELLING it IWKN.TUJ.K
SATURDAY, JULY 22nd
AIM noun will In' nulil at I'uhlu
Ihe 1'rinil.. .
Tho Woll-Known Two Story nml.
Attic, Rcb'kIohcc on King St.,
Ikliiligliip In Mr T Til III M
Togothor with its Adjoining Two-
Jouiiiiuiii Koiirlccii Kooiiis
I. ml roinpri
Injj , nili perfect
Alio a. in
of fame day, lll lie mM, III" lUImice
nhllng end I'rnrkrry III Hip Ilium'; ron-
.,-,-..7.. ti... ..... it'll. ,-- ,l.i i..ii.j...
viniiiiK'ii iii-uHii'mir, minim" i amen. .ilium, .uniinp"
i" Matting, Crorsery and Kitchen llteiitlls, I Unlit
Tub, 1 LurKP If i (UiikI. Ac.
A portion fit the I'lirchare Money mil remain mi
Motlgrge If ilcilrul lor one and le yor
I',. AII.VIN, Am'li.
lly ordrrof Mr WSI liHVY,oii ikciiiiiii of depntluii
lor bun I'raticWcohy tlir iir.il KtcniiUT. I "III mH
ON MONDAY, JULY 24th,
M M o'clock noon, nl Sale Uoiiiu.
The Following" Described
St T O O X5L,
I HlackTe am, 6 iind'yrnr iiltt; w irIic I'J'I pound.' .
guaranteed nuimil; work to f Injrtc mnl double lnu
I lly drilling, I yearn old; very handsome, gunrniiln d
sound and Mud; welt broken In single nnd double
tinmen; wolr.li! li) putinilr
1 Hay Horat'.G years nldl guaranteed In firry p.irllcu
Iflr; good for basliicus or family use;
1 Day HornCi II yrnrs old; well broken In harm'!, mid
guaranteed round nnd kind.
1 Very llnml'onio Iron Urcy, sliigle-footid, 'i yearn old.
The nncil raddle hone vcr brought In this Klnf
riom; good for ladys rue.
,1 New Spring Open llngglri!, made to older, nml mini
untcid for one year
I New Double. Ilaructa, minle lo older.
I Sccond'hinid Mingle Ilnrni'KS t Couiotd madi.
1 bight Iltlgsy l'olc.
Grey TrottiugHorse Jo
Description at lliiie of ab
I Vory I-'hiis Slide Soul I!u'.,
I Singh) lluriioss, nearly now;
IV Tlio Slock can be Been nt Mr. I.rvj a I.lvcry Ma
blra. King street, between Port and Jfiiuauu, any lime
previous to day of Bale
i: V. ADAMS. uct r
REGULAR CASH 3AI.E
ON FRIDAY, : JULY 28th,
At 10 A. .!. llt.SllU'l llooill.
I!. V ADAMS, iiei r
WEDNESDAY, July 26th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At tho HesMoncw of .Mr. .1 . Jl. Siihs,
No. !3 Hotel Street, (next door lo Dr. McUrcw '
on Account of Departure, I will tell.
'The Housohold Furiiiluro '
IN l'AKT AS l'OLLUWb
Mahogany Chairs, BookCnso,
Black-walnut Centre Tahlo,
Black'wahmt Chamher Set,
Paflor Rugs, Spring Mattressos,
Dining Room & Kitchen Furniture
Keatber rillowa, Hose, A'erands Clulre ete
V.. I'. AD.UlffAuct'r
i . ...!
daalrea toalll thlli haa rf celled
moulil front II. UEKUKIt ...,. ,u,,d
u addlllou to to. i-yWcnce I he g en of XWI;
.. uiuinrr uf m capability lu cllne.UOIIS I
TUfll Mm MiiRBBtf
irrnl European mel
T"- .uk auwa..Ar..Tai BflllCII hIII'V mi IUIM, !
MUSIC. ! !? ' if.
a ilh miiaiivvu i-r'"
' 'A'aSMfflSSfliOSKKC 1(ANTZ.
m Tkwua' foil St. Slor. or I'aluicr'a Ding
V3r.rd?.Flour. !"" f-Ki.V
l&ttr. Oat Meal, Coru Mnl,
I uu UJ r, 'J h
2 2 fiS,5
tfl H.F1 1. w 1 O nl
a s a . m a
SHr whl-,n.8 3S
H pp4 .. ,3 Mm
i-45 n OMflfts
O K . 1 !l "d a a
a- f O gofi
a3 &i S k?
louasiveuiui iiuui.v .""ViTJnii. iin
luornnnh comntlenic In J.UNINB WD
...... ,IHaH uimr.; ... k .
At blic Honolulu Clothing1 Emporium,
A. M. MEI.LIS, 104 Fort St.
DILLINGHAM Sc CO.,
Ilinii .JiinI Itoceivrtl u Vnry Cumiiluto Ahsortnifiit of
New ttiicL Staple Groods,
'In ttlilcli Ibey bej; lu t.ill attention In uddlllon lo lliclr usual stock of
Hardware, Agricultural Iinplemcnts, House
Furnishing Goods Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, Sec, &c.
ll of ulilcli art of tin' Mm 1 Approcd I'utteriit!, tbey Iihvc retelvid many Novelties new In tbia Market
LANTERNS - A Full Line, in Quantities to Suit !
1 lias ; lneli Wick. No i liai 1 hub
Wick No.:ilinl',luch Wick
laud .'(' Dl.iniuinl ILnkct. lullrond, llull'o '.k,
Tubular llanln. Street, nnd many other Mylcv
New Styles of I'low? llreakers ptclally adaptedto Sucar I,aud, Agn a full lino of Mollnc, Kacle and Double
furrow I'lllfl .. mri -J5 illilcrent blren and nlles. New Styles of IUIUIWWS, :illri VATOIIM. IIOUNK
iii)i:s,.vc. ri:i:i)Oiin'i:iih.v voiiim. u.v ikm,, oiai.-nn. .vi.sii, o.v iiam. kavi.v
ikon w.4ios AM.vrimr.iiAKi:it .;..s.
tSf Our block la now larger and more complete tbuu u)er before, and Is oflcrul al luuest lirlcc.'. Iloure
l'urnlnhluc Uooda. Tlnuarc, llulblerb' Hardware, and all kind! of Tools, etc Also, Sller 1'lated Ware, Uhumlc
llcm, l.ampa, and Lantrnis. On band and to nrrle, nil klnda of American and UugllBh I'aliila and Oils uacil lu
tht market, Valentino's and llerry llroi.' VaruUliu9,liruihea of all kind, Manila nud Sisal Hope, Luhricanta u
Specialty. 1)09 bl
THOS. G. THRUM
1 ICSVlXTKLMilA' uVX2fOUaVCliS
XV the receipt ei late arrh.ilf of selections lu
Crackled Gloss Vases,
Birthday Cards, nowest designs
Windsor & Newton's Artists' Materials
1'iuu Lcalhcr auJ I'lttsU Uu, Ulost stjlos,
l'ursoi, Card Cimc.4, JIusio Itolls,
Iiik-sUimls, 6 lass l'nicr Wcibts,
Hulterii'k-'s Cut L'apur L'al terns,
A full Ajmorlnuiit lit Ulcat elyles, lo be folloired
wllli regular buppllea each month.
BOWEN'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
American Bunting FlapH
I'rolu 5 l 15 feel lengths.
"I'roin 3 Incheb to I feet lentil"-
Per Bark Lady Lampson,
A l'lne Assortment of latcal
nnvcuits in Japanese decorative articles
- - fONSISTlNU 01'
Napkins, &c. &c,
pel -oually i-ilccled from Hie celebrated
Iohi Ban Japanese Bazar!
The abor UOODS arc upcucd up at the
riiitr .sure t Moiti:, (iiitr.tvi:i iti.ocit.i
ami are placed at Hie loncat iturcs for the
rucourne.mcuioi puyers. jiuih mc
FORT AND MERCHANT ST. STORES
will be lomlucUd on, aa llbii.il a baslatntlie
public a potalble, coioiueiitnrate with
IN ALL IAM.S.
I uirc-poudrini irpri.tfully aollcllcd, mid Oldm
' Xalthlully intended to.
'S U IIIUD.11 TAUI.S I'LLAhlllli: l.
Jl amiouiicini; the .election of the lirjett and
Ducal atoclc nf
MISCELLANEOUS AND PRESENTATION
Art nml Fancy Uooil
l'r the 1'ALL THAIIU, due notice uf Hblch
Hill be Rlxu ou uielpt of
Pattern lmolcci Alio
ltliu ben appolnlid Agejit for thi
American Tract Souioly's Pub
lications, A r'u.i bioik ( tteli UelraViI HOOKS, I'lUUKS
udTi;&TAllJNTSlUb kvpluu band, audllbcr
frblealloManic uudo to Sunday School aodTeacheri,
aoui Mat 1'rlctt. ui
HAL AW A. NORTH KOHAL A. HAWAII
Oppoalta Pout OWcr.
event new room!, which will be alwavt ueatlj
kept for Uic iravtuac yuuiic .aicaia i an igiui
ralrvmje reipectfuiiy aoiici"
LUNU UHH, ':pretor.
OonulnoNo. O Turmlnr
- No. U,
No. 1 llunicr,?. Inch
side Tubular, Mill Tubular, Hoy, liuby, l'oikrt.
FOli SAN FJtANOISCO.
The 1'luc New Clipper Ilrisantlnc
& W 111. Gr. Xi'AVill
Will have quick dispatch for the above port.
Tor freight or paeragc, npply to
Oil !)7 W.M.U. 1UW1N A Co.. Agenta.
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y
FOR SAN KRANOISCO.
THK l'AST SAILING
Will leavo for San Francisco on Saturday
Tor freight or passage apply lo
ijoS W W. (I. IUWIN iCO, Agcnti.
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
THE Al HUlTlSH
J-, .:.. STEAMER "SUEZ,"
Will Loiivo Shu Francisco for Hono
lulu tho (illi (luyol'cucli month,
Hemming from Honolulu on the !!! IA Y
of each month.
s.iii I'raiiiUcu Axeuts, J- " SI'HKUKKLS A. IIUUS.,
:w Market Street.
Honolulu Ascnll, W.U. lltWINACo. I'l UlU
Sttamer Llktllke will leaio Honolulu each Tuesday
at i r. toucblni: al I jbaliia, 3Iaalaia Kay, alakena,
Jlahiikuua. Kaualliae, Lacpahochoc and llilu.
ltcturnlux wllltmali at all the nboic port!, arriving
at Honolulu each Sunday A, a.
to- .Nn rreilll tor I'hhbc Monrj. ia
Wc poaitlvcly rcfue lo open account! for I'aaiase!,
indwe particularly tall Ibe attrntluu uf the trau-llia
;mbllc lulUeiicctllyot hailiic Ilasxar! and 1 relcht
iiiuinir iiiiiikiii: liii? r
lalnlriuniWid: the stumer will uol be retpontlhle
Inraiivniimarkid llj?"aie.or for l'rehht or I'uicvl..
uuleaa llrcrlili'l lor.
Freight Money Out on Demand.
In all cane! of frelitht forpanlia uol rnpontlblc. or
uuknun n, the frelehf inouey w III be rrqulrrd In ad am e
l'.V'HAilli orLJQtOltS mill WI.MIJi MI'S
III. I'LAIM.V J1AHKLO
For the parly whom they arc for or plainly Hated liilhc
receipt to whom lury an cuu.lguid
Allilruiaiidi (or damage or Ion iut be nude withiu
In no way liable for lo.ior acclik ut lulhe atock
rsr Hack Jliivcra. Iloji, and luch like, will not be
allow cdou Kurd the Steamer ou arrival, until after the
,uens.r. ha.c lru landed. wauKM
A. FllANK CJOOKE,
AUBNTFOinilU FOLI.OWINO COAbTKKSt
Wnllele, g Majlolo
Waloll. ,VfiL J"
Wnlebu, MfXty Wlmlu.
Gru. Siccel aMJaaaM. Klun.
M.AU IE 'duilh While llill. Otllco Ciuner of ijueii,
bd aud Nuuauu Street! I
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Browor A Co. Age
cut! by Ibll
Mtrehaudlat recclvrd Hlvraucc frre
auaillxTJUaiii amaucei mauo ou tuiiiuicv
1 ... rlk lu II llllk'l.'k'
I HC. iw i
C. UltKWKlt i. 10.
rpui: UXDK1WIUKKI1 I1AVIXJ
A uinde cittaln luipioveiutuli In tho iiiuuxtDiint
sud cou!trullon of Fluea aud Air !pacti f' Steam
llollera which eject couilderablo mvIdz otluilli
wlUlnS to suaraul.0 .11 woik Jt'j'uHltl.iON.
AddienE. 0Vt!V,llTtiuieott. 1
15 Y AUTHORITY
Snln of Lnnin of Oovnriunolit'JLnnil.
On Wi;i).Ni:8DAY. ALOliST I'tii, IWlV"11""! '"Mil
entrance of Alllolaul Halt nt U o'clock noon, will be
old at l'ubllc Auetlnn, thoe tracts or pafcrlt of (lor
crr.mrnl Land known fti.MOIIAItAI'I'il'OIIAHi:.
f.OA, KAALAALA AMI UAIOI1LA, In the
dldrlctnf Kan. Hawaii, ami ion!aliiln'!HH ncrcn more
TliKMH- l.inuo lOyeuMiiipv t price $IWior aiinuiu,
payable rcnil-anunally In aiUnncc licaie Iq date a of
Inly lt, li. H. K. KAA1, Mlnlttrrof Interior.
Ililetlor Ilcjr'l.. duly ISlli, ISJ. HI1
WATER, t "WATEPI I
lllllOMLU, if llllfl itllt Ht.
Irrl(llnn after thin dale la limited lu four (I) honrK
per day, from 0 to H In the tunmlng' ami I In 0 In the
t'crmlFtlon lo Inlnulr dining more convenient liouti
will beeranUd on npplleallon lo tbeHupcrteiiilciil.
I'ertona found Irrigating except during fpiclficil
liuurn will hate tholr prllll;ci aiiipcnded without
notice. (I. II. rilllirni. Hupt. Water Wotkn.
Appmted: Himun I. Kaai,
Mliililur of Interior
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All aiUertlccmcuts for Ihc SATL'niuv I'l'.Eai must be
.ent In by Trhlay noon, o Insertion for the current
l.uliocaii be guaranteed when heut In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Inxerttona de
tired, from which date they charge. Any noleo marked
will tic thurscil 3 mnnllia,
THOS. U. TlinUM, Manaser.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Tim Suez will take full pahbeiiKorli&t to-dny.
It iri reported Unit throo uioro iMloousaru to bo
opened in Honolulu booh.
Tin: steamer .Sue; will Bail fur San Francisco
tlii.-f afternoon enrryiny a mail.
Somi: interesting,' dobatca will bo found in tlio
Ijcefislaliro procccdhifja tins week.
Thu friondnof Mf.J.A. l'nliucr will bo pleased to
learn Hint bo is ublo to bo out r.fj.iiii.
l'ABHLNOEii trafllo between hero und tbo Const
by sailing cssclii Mill continues quite active.
Tin: bark iWcii II'. .liy, wliicli bailed for Han
Francisco Inst Saturday look a number of lady
Tumi; wiui no music at tbo llawaliiui Hotel lust
Monday octiititr. as adertiscd, owinu to tlio
indiriKsitioit of Mr. Herder.
ltnv. W. L. Jones of l'unalion will occupy tlio
pulpit ut Fort Ktruel Church to-morrow bofli ut tbo
liiorniiiK and evenine; bemcts.
Tin: U. H. Heuato contlrmcd thu noiuiualiou of
Iiollin M. UaKRCtt as Minister Resident to the
llawiiiian IbIuiuIs on tlio .yth of Juno.
1'AuntH visilin' Salt Francisco who wiaUcom
fortablo rooms in that city in a pleasant location
huouIU ruau tlio an. lu lo-itay s I'lius.
It lias tried In wliower Koeral limes during tlio
weok but bus not nueeecded j;et. Thu roads in tbo
vicinity of town arc in a terribly dusty htato.
Lati; Ixjudoa illustrateil puicrs contain eiiKrav
iiiKSbbowiiiK tbu new JMilyntuuo liitlitbouae mid
its firhl liRlitiiiK, May Ibtb, by tliu Iluko of lMiu-
Wi; learn Hint tlio tipreckclsvillu Minstrels in
luud viaitiiiK Honolulu Miortly and will fjivu olio
or two cuUrtiiiuiueuts. 'tins troup is iiiRiiiy
spoken of on Maui.
Tub schooner hla Scltiumcr which went ashore
nt Knhuliii sorno moutlis ago, arrived nt Hilo ou
tho Sth inat, wilh three tuiHM-'iiKers ami it cargo of
" Utouor. Dk Jxino I'osr " was thu uiuiio cIiokcii
by thu U. S. Army aud Navy veterans at their
mtctiui: last Katurday oeiiiuc for thu promised
branch of thu Uraud Army of tho Itejiublio in
ViaiwiiiAX llio Appropriation llill passed its
second reudin;,'. Thonpproxiiuato apnropriallous
for thu blcuni.il iieriod eudins illst March 18SI,
umounted lo yi,10U,tJtM.
'1'Hiillo.inlur lUnllhluis uppoiutcd Dr. U. I
T.M..1, lili.mi ,.f llm brimcll leiitr bosnltal nt
Honolulu, tho leiitr settlement at Mololutl, AlidtUa
dispensary in this city of which ho has been In
charge for huvcral mouths.
Ii is currently rcportid that Colouel luukea U
shortly to bo sent us tho rcprc&cututlTO of this
Government to lliu Court of Jiiimu, HhoiiM this
Iwcomo u fact, u vacant clerkship in thu rortUtit
Ollleo will havo to bo filled.
l.isT wee- at lliu Iron Works Mr. Thomas Hew
eastlowns btruck in tho face by u framueut of
wood from tho turuiuu lathe aud sustained severe
aud painful injuries. Ho u doiuu wtll nud will bo
able to rvsumo wurk much uoouer than was nt
11. II. It. Ki.i.iK0iASl suiuiuoudeJ Dr. llayun
to atteud her at WiilluW tUU week, mio lias
inndo her nUU to windward shorter than at tirst
coiittmplaUd, uwlli to uer uesiru iu iu(u iu ju.
noluluto siu Mrs. Atnutcr, who will leave- for
Vietnia lu thu 'law era on Monday next,
A Waiisae corrosiwudeiit writes thatthrouiih
luibibiiiK ton much Uouiu-roadu Ikiuor tbo uuthes
lu portion of that dlktrict convert Suudajs into a
jlcrfect bedlam. It will U well for tkeilico
ihero tooixu their ejesonco lun while. Wh often
hear coiuplainU from that iutt of tho Ulaud.
Wiui-uw Ihu noted violinist and Max VoricU
tho plaulst uro expected on Ihu uoxt steutuor
from tho Colonic. It UiwUWlutey eetUln
that they uro comma thi- time, but if they do wo
uojw waiters cm bo jw lurauscU as to euablo
them to pvo ou ciiterlAlumeiit iu Houolula.
Tub Veterans' Homo Association of California
luiTe decided to puxehaw the property known m
' Kolloa'n Hiirnii' i HoW," Willi ilnKit l"11 ncrrK nf
Intnl. for lilt (innuif lf,tJX. nml tnnjifii the Ilimii'
tlin Inllcr imrtiif till yenr 'llmwlll Iki rixhI
tiowHlullic "Itnyi In Hliie" tii'rnfl wrdl ni'lm
wlioro, An ho ) lo .rowi wo hour llml mi nuoiOenUil i;r
ploilon nf L'lant tntriti-r liKik Uoo till inortilmtnl
rlilinrinntrii I'lilnli ronttlllriK lit llio linimillitlo
ilontli of n ('lilnstiinii nml t Hoiitli fkm Idftinl
'I'ttn rcvintl incotitiRMli-lil At KHUinnknliill clmrcli
Iiiitii liecn will iitlcmlnl iliirln tlio wiuk liy
iiiiIItm nml liy furulRiiar hIici. lAint 1'riilny niulit
nil tho liint of tliGMu InlerufttltiK intcthiK nml tlio
iiiinilicr proMonl vim otoiI arenter tlinn imiuil. Mr.
Ilnllenlieck will en lo SVnltilliii lioxl wtek mnl
nf terwn.nl proctal In lliuntlicr IhIiiiuM tocuiilltino
I't.liir.M';! IJiv (itt.eltr hy it little intiilrr tuiii Iwirn
wlicnco 11h cuiitiiiiixiriirie "uYolvn tlio KIiik
I'otiitirn limy titlk iiIkiiiI '' without dlfc'ultiK Vory fur
"into thu lilslory of llio imnl." Arllntio, I'linmro
V., fiirmnlly tl(xl liU uovormnotil lo I'mnco,
wlilch ofjunlry lintl liolJ ii iirolKlurnla nrcr Hit)
uroiip, in JInrcli iflil.
A l.irrrin rum Mr, Juiil. of llio ulcnlio Hoiiho
ntntn Hint tlicrn wn nti tnillirank from llio mol
nortlierii crater of Milium Ixt on Ilia (ivuiiIiik of
tho ITJlli nil. rattle recently from Kllntica In
form im llmt it Ptruo volume of aiunkn cxin du Mtcn
nucutiitlui; from Aiiitinii Un in lliu tiny tltno nml
llmt flru In vlniblo ut hIkIiI.
On Halunlny l,ml Mr. H. K. Knul Invitwl n l.iro
litimbvr to n f"n pivilt In honor of Mr. Alwnlor
of Tnliitl nl hi rcildenco nt Kntnlnmn. Tlio Uo
comtiotiH wcrotnnlcful nml iini'jiiu nnd lliu iuiihIu
by llio Ilnwnllaii llnntl wnn (jootl of course. Afltr
tlio liuiiit iliirint; which u number of tonnl woro
drunk, ihinciue w.ir, inirlicipiitcil lu. 'Alio InIn
liiila wiih itldo iutrotluccd by wny of vnrlcly.
HiNf. our hint tlicro liiivmirrivotl froiuH.iu I'riui
ulxco bovoii iM'MuiiKirn by llio Hurt nml two by
llio Ciilbm ten. Tlio l.ml iiiimuil vtwil brought
iiIho Ti Clilutwi iMfuit'iiKcni, n Inruo immlu,rnt(ouof
tlieno mjoi1o from tin uuoxooclcu iiunrtor. 'llioru
ImvoHiiilcil from IIiobuiiio wrt llltoci.i p.iwciiL'om
bv lliu . II. Aim', nino by tlio Itlicactri, niioT7.r.
CliltiCHO in lr.iiir.it by llio Triumph; kovcu linvo
huIIimI for 1'orl Totvuucmi by llio Amthn.
1'oM.owiriu Irt llio iirocrntnnio for tlio ll.iiul urn
cvrl nt IJmmii Hiiiiiiru, nt lO) p. m. to-ilny i
Overture (Jharlca VI . . .Halcvy
Waltz Wuldlnjr dances (now) (lunz I
(lavotle Sitrct I.ove, (by niiiet) ...I'rerch
Melcttlou Day and Nljlit, (new) I, c loco
'iiudrlllo-.Mafeotle, (new) Mclra
Tim band will civo nn cxlm concert on Moiulny
uvviiitiK, -Inly i-'ltli, nt llio llnw'itiinu Hotel.
Tin: enrolling commitlcu of llio LcKislnllvo As
sombly reported yesterday llio following bills as
liavini; been sinned by His Mujcsty, viz : 1st, llio
law relalliit; to I'ansiKirts : id, I'criiinnciit Helllo
incut on II. Kiiibelaut ; ikl, 1'crmanont Hottlemcnt
of, 1. 1. ii. Kalmloaahii i ltb, Cession of Crown
Lands to Claus HprcckclB ; Mb, a bill lo license
Dnuco bouwi! (itfi, u I'urmancntBettlemcnt on
Mrs Kipi ; "Hi nu additional term or llio third
Judicial Court; 8lli, u bill relating to llio slaughter
nud bhIh of Ilecf.
Ma.nv of our renders will bo interested in tbo fol
lowing from IhoN.Y. TIiho. of May 'iaC. 'ilioBtenm
ship Alalia, ut tho Union Iiinc mado tlio iiuickcst
western passaHu on record. Sho passed itocho's
Point, near Qiiionstown, on Sunday, May 1 lib, at
11 'jV.' a. in,, nud reached Sandy Hook ou tlio -1st at
11:10 n. m. Tho aetital limo was woven days four
hours and feu minutes. This is two hours .nnd
eidht minutes faster than her last westward p,is
Hiifjo, which, until this one, was tbo quickest on
record. Duriui; tier recent trip, tho Attitkit was
obliged to pnrsuo tho extremo wmtbcrly course, iu
order In avoid theicu near the Daiiiuof Newfound
land. This mado her journey u louder olio than il
would otherwise have been. The total distance
traveled sinco itocho'H Point was p.ucd was ,b'
niilcs. '1'ho number of miles iiibiIo each day wero
as follows: Ou tho loth, 128 jiules; on tbo lbtb, 10.S;
ou tho 17th, litis u tbo lBlii, KX!; on the l'Jth, tl;
on thu utu, 110, aud up to 11:10 u. iu.oii tho -1st,
illr. Her agents aru justly proud of her matmill
cent lecord, and s.iy that showill yet make tho
run between New Yorkaud Qutcutttowiiiusix dajs
and lifteeu lioiirc.
Koiiauv has about tweny-fivo stores not iiieiuil
hit; cofTeu shop4 and eating bousos, and still tbo
number increases, but why, it (-corns hard to tin
derstand, as business In othtr lines is compara
tively quiet and tho iopulalion docs not advauco
rapidly. Dr. Wight's iu rcally a. j;ood ntoro and
docs tho greater pait of tho business. Ho keeps
otto of tho largest and best stocks outside of
Honolulu. His terms uro reasonable ami it in safe
lo predict that with tlio coiniietitiou of Wilder ,t
Co. nnd Messrs. Wood and Joaquin, business will
bo lively in thu fuluro . .Dry weather con
tinues aud planting is dono very cautiously. .
Cano laud bells hero for S100 an ncro an rents for
S13j year forluualu for larno land owners....
Most of tho mills aru stopped for planting.
Tin: principal of Hilo Forcifju school is Miss
0. E. Hitchcock. 'Ihc following is an account of
its closiiiK exorcifcos for thu jcarcuditiK .luuouO,
183L': Kvury scat was tilled with n bright aud cheer
ful face, and nil were dressed of course, iu best
nttiie. Tho schoolroom was artistically drosscd
with evergreens. Tho scholars, as usual, appeared
well. Tho school is n prostcrous one; thoaverapu
iittcudauco for tbo year has been cxeecdidRly iood.
Teachers who uro ambitious will most generally
iuspiro their pupils, and this bus been tho cube in
tho Hilo school. Iu tho course of n j ear, it would
seem that (ho school room will havoto bocnlnrcod.
Tho moruinq lessons w ero (40110 through with nicely,
when caino declamations, cumiiositious aud tlio
awarding of prices. Thero woro recitations by
Masters Charles Swain, W. llhiuchart, I'd. Wil
holiu, Henry Hapai; comimsitioiis byjlishcs lEo.u
KittredRe, Grueo l'ortcr, l'nulino Jesus, fjouisa
Wilheliu, and Matters fjovi Lyman, Chns. II. f.
Hitchcock. All of tho above giivo great batisfuc
tiou. Thero was a lino duutt for four voices (four
niissos) nicely suus. Then camo tho presentation
of prices for penmanship Bliss I'aubno Jesus re
ceives tho tirst prize, Miss Louisu Wilheliu tbo
second. Special mention must bo mado of tho
handwriting of Miss Grace l'orter. Masters Chns.
H. W. Hitchcock and Levi Xiymaii, specimens of
wliichwero on exhibition, us well irsof others of
tho bchool. Aftor tho uwurding of prizes, thu
school bung a vacation boug, when it was dismissed
to nssemblo at tho expiration uf six weeks. Tho
scats designed for visitors wero all lilted. Amonesl
thorn wero Kev. U. 1. liaker nud wife, Kuv. W. It.
Olcson, Mrs. F. S. Lyman, Mrs. D. 11. Hitchcock,
Mrs. C. V. Kittrcdgc, Mrs. h. Severance, Dr. C. H.
The Native Press.
fi-'ivim Hit Kiiuhoti. )
TI1010 lias been published iu tho VWi Atlr?rtlv r
11 truuslatiuii of 1111 article that apicarcd in a Cali
fornia lapor, concerning our Government aud our
King, which is ascribed to AV. N. Armstrong. Hut
iu tbo Uaitltt of Woduebday, iijipoars u comiuuni
cntloti from W.K. Armstrong, denying thut ho was
tho author of tho abuvo-iuoutioncd nbiisivo iirtlelo
which ho Itnd riiid iu California.
Newspapers have an undoubted right lo publish
atlU comiuuuiou suojecus luuiuruuibcusBcu mining
different nationalities. Thus, tho cv cuts nud nets
ilintliuvu occurred, or havo been ncrforruod. nnd
also tliat aro mow tralispiritig, in Turkey, Cgypt,
Uuglaiid, America, and m other governments, tiro
boingoveryw hero freely commented. If any gov
crumuutucts foolishly, thiro Is no luck of criticism
in tho now siiapcrs and smoug the assemblies of
men. This is an ago uf discussion tho world over.
Thero is not n ruler in all tho gov erntneuts of
Europe whoso doings uro not closi ly prleil iulo by
thu uowsp-ipers; and all tho public, aud iwliticul
actiousokkiugiiud cunuiioucr aro openly dibctiShul
in their bearings 011 Ihu welfare ot the nallotisot
Hut spite of IhU, it b very wrong to publish
merely worthless and abusive tirades, such as uro
11 part of thu writiugstu the pniioritboYoitlliidcd to,
and such as arc broadcast hi our umi midst by thu
Jtiffy ifr) Ailmlnti. Wu aro jcilous of the
reputation of luo king unit ctiiofs, nml nl hiujia
watinn tluYcriimcut in Illi matter.
Wonro very sorry that tho.7rf should publish
such miserable rubbish, whelhcr its own compo
sition or that of others, nud that it should givo
notoriety to mischief (nuking iu our midst, vvhilu
ut tho same timo it is advetllsiiig Itself as tbo only
truth teller iu Hawaii.
In tho United Ht.ika, tlio ijnlm,uiteM are muro
uuiuerouf.tlmu tho soldiers. What is the into of
increasing tho uiiuibcr of llio suldkrii? Soldiers
do not lucreuso tho wcilth of tho laud. It viould
Is) well to iuereaso the immbexof tho farmers.
Those who promote lliu sources of wealth uf tho
land uro tho ones who prohl tho government, not
thooo who co.isumu but du uol produce, 'llio
source of prosperity of countries thut iuo progress
ing is tho causing Ilia iruducU to excveit in num
ber the mere ixiustuuera. It wo uro nieru eaters
wu shall not ccviso logo backvrards.
lKrviA;i,ii!,'u li.. Ji'yl' l"i-')
It U 11 iii:illi r n( ustuuishiueut fox US to biu th.lt.
when thu leuislator.i uro nearly all llawuiiaus, uud
only a few foreigners uio returucd, thu expcuscii
of thu government should 1st increased to moru
tUSU uouulo lliu Olimaiuu lueouio or mu i.uui.in
That Uquitu truowhtenu uuwbviug biudied
about regarding tho half Information uer tho ab
solute ignorance of the uujority of thu Hawaiian
law maker!, aud that in wjsuuothur rutuur lliu
prime causo lor our Icglslaturo getting off tbo
track is, that members havo becu pierce-, us to
their noses, mid the good of tho many lias been set
usidu by reason of gifts jurcd upon ihcm.nud tho
mouths urc guided wrong by buiug dined uud
Il U a ihttinc upou llauuliau legisUtors if Uiebo
reiwrts uro true; but how am thUblot bo roruoveU
fromthsmif wastsfulness U Continued in, uud if
laws are pas.od hastily witliout careful thought as
to tbt coraecjutnew
Tuwt)Ar,.lDly l, lw".'.
lloiiw! mnl ut to ii. m. Minutmot prirvlnnn diy
iMr. Ilttiwn, niiikr iukhhiImii of llio rnltH, in
Miiitiil n iKitillon from .Ii C. Morrill, wi., tilliiK
llio (llio lniimv.il nml onl biihIrImciI when llio
Imrk linliilvmi wn tmjiintly libelled for inu;mliiig
opium In IKU, nml nukltiH (o Iki rofmbiirntil for
loi!c, 'I lio tx'tllloiii r ulnlon llml mi olliccr of the
i:iormiiuil wilfully withheld toMtliuoiiytliivluonlil
Imvo cttinoil lliutlbmitiil of llio auvi. Ilcferrotl
I'niHikct Oimmitl'u, In coimUtof llio Minister
of riuntico.C ItJIinlioii, II. A. Wldurmii, Ji. Ah'ilii,
nml (I. W. I'llliw.
Mr. Kii nl i it prrMcnttil n ln rtixirt from llio
Oiiiiinlltco on IMuciillon, nml moviil llmt It bo
onlentl printed. Cnrrlcd.
hi l.turt t'owMirrrix.
W, H, J I lee, from lliu ('ominlltru In wliom vim
icfurrid llio Act relating to lutrmlcrH In fimnlo
IxnrilliiK Hcliowl, rccommetiik-d Hint llio bill iniw
wllli n fuw mnrmliiicut nildrd, Iilil on Inblo to
Im oonililorcil wllli llio bill.
Mr. Kauwibt introduced a resolution rumcsiliiK
tbo Hocrtlary of llio Houso to drnw timu tlio Jlln
Isler uf I'lii.iiKo for n sum of money out of which
ho shall pay $210 to each inornVr.
Mr. Keau moved Its liidcllhlto Kjtiinueincul)
Mr. Aboln asked tho Introducer In withdraw It,
and Mr. Llllknlaui asked for nu explanation.
Withdrawn by introdoccr.
Dr. J. Molt Smith rend first time a llill to ndmit
fcrllllzcrs into tho Kingdom free of duty. Ordered
lo second reading.
Mr. Abolo read first timu nu Act relaling to cer
tain land claimed by nntlvn Hawaiian, authoriz
ing tho Minister of tbo Interior lo Isstio n rclenso
of claim to such lauds. Head M-coud time, under
nttioiiKioii of lliu rules, und referred lo a Special
('ommlttmi consisting of I Aliolu, tho Attorncy
(Itnural, II, A. Wldcinnnii, J. L, Kaultikou nnd 0.
Attorney- General read first limo 1111 Act convoy
ing certain crown lauds (nbout 'JIJJOU ncresj to
Clans Spreckcl!, In full satisfaction for all clnlms
bo may havo to said crown lands, itond second
timu by title, under susicuslou of tbo rules.
Mr. I'iliiKi moved that llio llill bo tho order of
tho day for Thursday, nud bo considered by tbo
Iloiiso In Couiiullteo of tho Whole
'lliu Miuiatorof tbo Interior moved lliat il bo
considered In-day by tbo House in Committee, and
thai It tako precedence or all other Hills.
.Mr. Kulna supported tbo motion to maku it tbo
order of tbo day for '1 hursdav, deprecating uuduo
J. Mott Smith moved tho previous luiestiou.
llwasdicidul by a vote of 17 to II to consider
tbo llill to day.
Tho Houso then went iulo Committee of the
Wholo. with Mr. 0. H. Jndil iu tbo chair, to con
sider tlio llill.
After tho llill bad been road, and was being con
sidered by fictions, Air. 1'ilipo moved that when
tho committee rises it recommend that tlio first
section bo Indefinitely imstponcd, und said in hiiii
porl of this motion: "'1 his Is not a matter that will
plcaso tho Hawaiian people. Il really has no busi
ness before this Assembly, II should 00 considered
in Ihu Courts. And I say now that 1 havo no
further coutldonco iu tbo law adviser of this king
dom. '1 hero is sometlilugslrango about this, 'llio
Minister of Foreign Affairs gavo notice it fow days
ago of his intention of introducing thu Hill, nud
now another Minister brings it iu. Who is tbo
cause of this? Tho person who is agent for n high
chfefuss of this kingdom. What aro wo lo think
of such a nallvo Hawaiian, tho samo color ns
myself, whoso duty is to watch over nnd protect
tho interests of llio country? And who savs, 'Wo
shall protect yon in this.' Iho Altonicy-Guicral
and tho Minister of Foreign Affairs, who has just
gouo out, 11 man whoso mouth is full of alalia tor
Huvvaiiaus, but whoso actions aru not. Wo mast
com.ider what a man does, nnd not what bo says.
This measure, of which rnmor.v havo been heard,
has now assumed n dcliuilu sbuiic. 1 hopo thai it
will be indefinitely iKjstpoucd. I think that taking
crown lauds away from tho crown and giving them
to another person is a step toward destroying tho
iudciiciidcuco of tho country."
A discussion arising nt this point iu regard lo
tho orderlimitiug debute lo Iho minutes, tho Com
mittee roso und reported progress, when tho order
was suspended. A motion lo adjourn to Wednes
day boing voted dowu, thu House again resolved
itself into Comniitlco of tho Whole.
Mr. 1'ilipo resumes: "I cannot understand tho
Ministry ut nil. 'Ihu Minister nf Foreign Affairs
has said a great deal about upholding the dignity
of tho throne. Tho same Minister first gavo notice
of this Act. I consider n bill of this kind liko all
1111 attempt In undermine tlio King on his throne.
Tho Minister knocks nl Iho door of tho Mr tubers
of this Houso nud asks them to join him nt a lunch
al his home. I urn informed that hu said to those
present Hint a conciliatory policy was best, that
it is better to givuthis small tract of crown laud to
prevent possible trouble. Where will this trouble
como from? Do not our Courts give just decisions?
Tlio Ministers aru frightened. 1 f they cannot pro
tect tho ditniitv of thu thruue. Ihev had best leavo
their beats. It makes mo ashamed to seo 11 Min
istry who uro afraid. Whoro is tho danger? Is it
from Great llrituiu, from Germany or tlio United
States ? No ! It is from 0110 man -a merchant.
I don't think lean bo blamed for saying what I
feci. Perhaps 0110, or two, or Ihrco or more of tho
Ministry aro in tho clutches of this man. I'crhaps
ho holds their papers. If this bill pass, it will ro
liova them. The Atlornuy-Ucneral must havo
drafted this bill, therefore ho is tho mother of it.
It has been hinted thut tlio Attorney-General, bo
foro his appointment, gao an opinion on this mat
ter. I am afraid of onu like him. I fear that ho
will not do his duty. I said this Ministry was
weak. I still bay so; I btill think it. They uro tho
protectors of Iho King, and should defend him to
tho last. Now tho order is reversed. It is for tho
Members to defend tho throne. If they fear tho
consequences, they can stand behind us. Wu may
havo all bcou unwise, but thu Ministry has been
moru so than tbo rest of ns. Lust night, certain
Members were driven iu n Hock to n room with tho
Minister of Forcigu Affairs. When ho gcLs them
thero, ho begins feeling them and tickling them,
and brings them around to his views. Is this the
wuy for n Btroug Ministry to act ? Why not bring
tho measures first before tho House, and not feet
around outside? Tho Ministers took oath that
they would supiurt tho constitution of tho King
dom. Aro they nut violating that oath now ? I
can say unhesitatingly that tho biluglug iu nud
supporting of this bill is 11 betrayal of their trust.
it mnv no inni iuo .viiuisirv nro uoiui.' wuai iiiev
a ru told to do by a higher power. Is it tbo King I
What is tho matter with our King? Is ho iu the
twwer of the sauio man ? "
Air. Preston. Tlio Ministers aro tlio advisers
of tho King. Tho speaker is out of order iu bis
reference to Ills Majesty.
Mr. l'illipo. I am pleased to know thai tho
Ministers nro tho advisers, us it reiuuvos responsi
bility from tbo King. This is good advice, I must
say. I would liko to nsk if it wero written or ver
bal? Mr. Abolo. Tho Mcniberwill savu time by con
tinuing without asking questions.
Mr. 1'ilipo. Tho introduction of this llill
amounts tu asking this Honso lu yield to 0110 uiiiu
tos.no trouble. Has tho Baiuo advico been given
In thu King, aud has bo fallen by it ? I do not bto
whuro this Houso gets its authority to act in the
matter. If tho Ministers nro attorneys for Mr.
Sprcckels, they can prchcnt the claims of their
client beforo the .Supremo Court. If it is decided
that ho has an undivided intctest iu lliu crown
lands, tho matter will bo settled there. Again, I
move that tbo consideration of Ibis bectiou bo ill
Mr. Knuliane. I .1111 hardly ready to vote for
tho postponement of this section. 1 am nut suru
Hint Hut 1 1 0110 has a ri"ht to consider this llill.
llut horu it is beforo us. It was introduced by tho
Cabinet, and I do not think they wonld do wrong.
I am not skilled in tho law. 'Iho last sioaker has
practised several year. 1( therefore, waited pi
tieutly through his remarks to seo if ho would cito
homo authority to support his assertion, but ho did
not. I'orhuiw ho thought it unnecessary. It may
bo posaiblo that tho turtles interested iu this have
settled the mutter satisfactorily to themselves. If
ngrccnblo lo them, why should Ibis Houso lake
f ri"ht ? 1 admit that I was onu of tho Hock nt tho
Minister' last night, which the siwaker alluded to.
I droppod iu iitilnvitcd.but I sawtio biich proceed
ing thero ns my frieud pictured, I am sorry my
friend was not there. Had ho bceu, his views on
this subject would havo been changed. Thu mut
ter was explained satisfactorily. After mature de
liberation, it bad been thought bent to bring It into
lUOjlOUSC. llisiicroiureujibiueruiiuu. " louuKut
best, il call bo rejected. Tho Ministers should not
bo condemned before investigation.
Houso usseuiultal ni i'i p. iu.
Mr. l'rcbtou. I nm sorry tbo Member for bona
is absent- Ho hasattaukcu tbo llill beforu walling
for mi explanation. 1 am tmrry that hu has lout
coutldciico iu thu Ministry mid luo Government. I
believe the gentleman Is oonacieullous, that hu U
duiug what ho thinks to be right and proper. 1 am
sorry ho thinks others cannot be as coiinciculioas
as himself; sorry that hu thinks others oauuot in
trnduou a llill unless from corrupt motives. This
Act has been iutrotluccd to scttla a claim that
might cause trouble fur this country. 1 have been
legal adviser for Mr. SorcckeU, but I havo no ro
t.ibier from him or any other muu iu tho Kingdom.
In IK is, Kamchainelm HI. executed a deed giving
certain lauds to Iho (eoplu aud rotuimng a uctloii
about 0110 llfth for himself, bis heirs uud uo
ccssors for Ibcir own purpoac-s exclusively. Those
reserved lanilsurowU.it uro now known as crown
Unas. Kameli uueua HI. dealt with them a his
own. uud sold or leaked lurllous of tliim. These
OWU, IIUU bOUl or lUilbeu !iriiuu! UI mtui. iikhi
laud wervdoTiied to his succe-sKir, Kaiiichamcha
Mr. Preston explaiuetl how it half lutcrest In
thcbO lands denceuded to 11. II. Itutli Kttlikolaui,
daughter of Kekaaiiaoa and half si.Urof haiue-hamet-i
IV. and V, Ou tho death of Ksuuhaiueba
V., a boltloiueul was made with Quecu IJowascr
Eiuuia, wife of Kanichauieba I ., by wldcli she
received a d-iwer uud rlhirjuUheil her lltlo lo tho
binds. At that time 110 bet t lumen t v, as made of
Ituth KnHikolaui's cUini, which she has since dts
ric4of to Mr. KpreckeU. Ur.HprtcU'U ulaiiua
a tuilt interest UI lh crown lauds, but hu baa oou
seated tu rwlaee hw claim to the. amount covered,
by tut WU aud, If t-U Act b paisod, to nHuouiiU
1 nil fiitther claims Tho danger to a slllmnl
lie In llio Court. If it got there, Mr. Mortals!
, will trrobably get half llio laud. Il I rxstto paa
' thi nud bar nut all further claim, and avo litiga
tion ami ticrhniM complication: therefore, 1 movo
thai IhlflCommlltcortcoiiiiiiiiid llio Home lo imm
tbo first wctlon uf Urn Hill.
Mr, Kcntinnd .Mr. Nawahl followtd In support
of Iho motion to Indi finitely tumtpotie.
J. Ij. Kanlnkou nnd O. I'. Illchnrdson upoko in
favor of tho motion lo recommend the, pisssgoof
Mr. Kaal. - good ileal ha been said aljorit
myrrlf lu llilu (kbalc. 'IIioMlnlilry lscondmnd,
bill I stem to bo tho wickedest. I havo ben nalil lo
havo botrnVHl my trust for doing what I thought
my duty. When llin llill wa passed creating a
if-rmnuont wlllomonl ou Quetii Dowager Krnma.
Iitbongbl the iwrsou I roprLseutcd waaln entitled
to nu Interest In tbo crown lands, and mm Cold lo
do what I could lo have Ihatclilm recognised. Wn
worn nt lliu meeting spoken of, held vetrday
several Mcrnlier were llitrc. Tbo fiti(llon was
Klmply discussal) inch 0110 was loft lo vote a he
Mr. Clegliorn. What Mthn nrlgin of Ibis mai
ler ? Mr. Sprcckels leased land ou Man! for thirty
years, where ho ostaUUhcd mills, cano field, etc.
lie was nflcrwnrd told tho Hilo wa imiierfectl
that thero wero other claimants. Ho prcbal
Itnlli Kcellkol.inl'n title. Ho ison good term wllli
tbo King. Government nnd people. Ha I told by
tho best legal authority that bo haa and undivided
Interest iu tho crown lauds of this Kingdom, about
I ,(),() ncrc. Ho give all this for a infect title
lo tho land In question. 'I ho present Ministry do
servns credit for attempting lo rcttlolliis question,
which Shonld have lieon disposed of long ago.
Kvcry 0110 know that I would not bo willing to
part with an Inch of tho crown laud if It were not
for the benefit of Iho King nnd country.
Mr. Kalua spoko In favor of ludefltilto postpone
ment. Mr. llhodc. I Iblnk il would lio much lo be re
groltcd If Hanker should so far forget tho-iielves
art lo mako their nddrtncs to Iho imssion and not
to Iho reason of Iho Aswmbly. Il is certain that a
wrong has Im.oii done. When Kckunnnoa died with
out 11 will, Kntli Kccllkolanl derived her title from
him, and hor sharo iu tbo crowu land a well a
Kninehamcba V. Wo have tin right lo d privo her
of that land. We can see now what danger lies In
ono departure from justice. Who did thi wrong
I will uot say; let bygone Jbo bygones. Now I
thu timo to right it, and tho Ministry has done well
lit bringing this measure before llio House.
A vote by ayes and noes was takniou Iho motion
lo indefinitely imstpoiic, with tlio following resale
Ayes. J. Kcnu, J. W. Kalua, J. Kamakcle,.). Gard
ner, J. Nawahl, .1. M. Kauwila, O. W. l'lllpo, H.
Aiwohl, 8: Noes, W. M. Gibson, S. K. Kaal, J. E.
Hush, I,'. Preston, C. It. llishop, J. O. Domini, A.
H.CIcgboru,.!. P. Parker, P. IsonboTg, J.Moananli,
G. Ilhodcs. J. Molt Smith, V.. K. Lllikalanl, II. W.
Lahilahi. V. Pallia, Frank Ilrown, H. K. Mnhoe, .1.
Kaluhi, J.L. Knulukou, Ji. Aholo, G. K. Ilicharsou,
J.Nakookoo, P. Hauini, J. Kanhanc.D. H.Nahlun,
J. K. Kaunamano. .1. Kauai, G. II. Palohau, J.
Naltalcku, A. Kaukau, CO.
Tbo section was then passed as it stood.
1 ho second section wn next rend, and after de
bate was passed without amendment. The sched
ule and lido wero next voted npoti, after which the
Cummlltto roso nud rcjiorti-d priHjrcss, recommend
ing the Houso to ass thu llill to engrossment.
Ou motion of Mr. Knni, tho third rending of tbo
llill was set for thnrsday.
House adjourned nt fi:IO p. 111.
Ex. Secrntary Blaine' -.otter.
A very imimrtaul letter, nddrcmsl by Secretary
illaiuo lo General Conily has been publishes! In tho
Chicago Timet. Wo regret that wo havo nut space
enough lo give the letter iu full, this wck, but we
givo 11 fow important points. Tbo loiter is calm
and friendly iu tone, and well rciaiyH careful stndr,
it is one of thu most iinimrtunt state documents
thai has been published with reference loour Isl
ands. A material connection ljctwccu the Hawaiian
Islands nud tho Pacific coast of thu United Stales
was natural uud inevitable, llut lately admitted
tu the family of separate States, Hawaii was nec
essarily drawn iulo closer kinship with California,
then just entering upon a ralli of prosperity und
greatness, wIiom) rapidity of development had nev
er been equalled. Ilcuco tbo movcmoiils towards
intimate commercial relations between tbo two
countries, which after tbo progressive negotiations
of leW,, 1K17 aud lb.W, culminated in the existing
reciprocity treaty of iliinuary 3), 1S7, which gave
to tbo United States iu Hawaii, nud to Hawaii iu
tho United States, trading righU and privileges on
terms denied lo other countries.
Tbo reciprocity Treaty of 1875 has nuido Hawaii
tho hu;; ;r-mising Held of thu Pacific Slope, and
Sivcs to tlio manufacturers therein tlio same free
0111 as in California and Oregon. That treaty
g-ivo Hawaii its first great impetus iutradoundde
vc!ocd that activity of production which has at
tracted tho eager attention of tho European pow
ers anxious to sharo in prosiwrity and advantages
which tho United Slates have created iutnid-oceuu.
In n word, Hawaii ib, by the wise and beniticent
provisions of tho treaty, brought within tho circle
of tho domestic trade or thu United States, and our
interest in its friendly neutrality Is the same that
wo feel iu tho guaranteed iudeiiendcuce uf the
Isthmus of Paiuimu. Ou thu other hand, the
interests of Hawaii must inevitably turn toward
tbo United States in tho fuluro as iu tho present,
as tbo natural and solo ally lu couscrviug tho do
minion of both in tho Pacific trade. This Govern-
incut has ou previous occasions boeu brought face
lo face with tho question of a protectorate over
tbo Hawaiian group. 11 has, ns of ten as it arose,
been bet aside iu the interest of such commercial
union and such reciprocity benefits as would give
Hawaii thu highest advantages, und at tho bame
timo strengthen its iudeiicudcut existence as a sov
ereign State. Iu this 1 iiavo summed np the wholo
disposition of tho Uuited States toward Hawaii in
its proper condition.
Hawaii, although much farther from tbo Cali
fornia 00.1st than is Cuba from the Florida pcuiu
bula, holds, iu tho western sea, much the same po
sition ns Cuba in tho Atlantic. It is tho key to the
luaritimo dominion of tbo Pacific States, as Cnba
is tho key to tho Gulf trade. The material posses
sion of Hawaii is not desired by the Uu'ted States
tiny moro than was that of Cuba, but under no
circumstances ciu tbo United States permit any
change hi tho territorial control of either which
would cut them adrift from tbo American system
whereto they -both iudtspcusibly belong. In Ibis
aspect uf Ihu question it is readily seen with what
concern thu Government must view any tendency
toward introducing Into Hawaii foreign elements
destructivo of its necessarily Atuericau character
istics. Tho btcady diminution of the native pop
ulation of tho Islands, amounting to sumo ten per
cent, between 187- and 1S7S, aud still continuing,
is doubtless the causa uf great harm tu tho Gov
ernment of tho Kingdom, und it is uo wonder that
n bolutioii should bo eougbt wilh eagerness in auy
seemingly practicable quarter. Tho problem, how
ever, is not lo bu met by a substitution of Mongo
lian supremacy for native coutrol, a seems at
first sight possible through Iho rapid increase of
Chinese emigration to thu islands. Neither ii the
wholesale introduction of tho coolie element, pro
fessedly Anglo-Indian, likely to afford any satis
factory outcome to tho difficulty. Tlio Hawaiian
islands cannot bo joined to tho Asiatic system. If
they drift from their independent station it tunst b.
towards assimilation nud identification with the
American system, to which tbey belong by the op
eration of political necessity. The United States
was ono of tho first among tho great nations of tha
world to tako active Iutercst in upbuilding lluwai
Ian independence aud tbo creatiouof political life
for its puoplo. It has consistently endeavored, aud
with success, to enlarge tho material prosperity of
Hawaii. Ou such nu iudciicndcul basis it pro
poses to bo equally unremitting in its efforts here
after to maintain uud develop the advantages
which accrued lo Hawaii, and draw closer the lies
uhich imnomtivclv unite her tu tho crtat bodv of
tho American commonwealth. Iu this Hue of no
tion thu United States does its simple duty both tu
Hawaii and itself, aud it cannot permit such ob
vious neglect of national Interest a would be in
volved by sileul iicqiilesocucu in auy movement
looking to n lehbcniug of those amenities, KUd Ibe
substitution of nliuti uud hostile iuterestt.
llASAlO.1, July 1,'t, INK.'.
F.iiio-hiTUiuiY Pucss; Will you plcaso alluw
luu the privilege iu your estocmeU journal of, col
lecting a tew statements published in tbo llnllilim
of tho tilth nit., aud headed " Kauai Items," etc.,
nud which may niialead moru besides myself.
In thu flrrt place, 1 bungled terribly iu tho search
for Mr. lltuigo's restaurant. I buvu not found it
jet, and 11111 now furotd to Iho conclusion that t
restaurant of Mr. llungn could only have existed
iu thu brain uf tho llullellit correspondent at Ibe
limo ho wrote, for neither Mr. lluugo nor bU res
taurant can bo found lit llaiulci nt present.
I presuinu Mr. Ituugu's departure iiecvsnilMted
Mr. Webb's return to Mrs. Johnston's, or anv
I other "house,'' und 1 buvu no doubt ha Is very
tuaiikiui toiiavowuuu uoumj 10 return ui aim en
joy tho fruits of his own "culinary jwwtnk"
Thucaxouf Krottiuu vs. Kaupuia and Moluiai
wus putt"omd unlit Juuoltith, us slated, tit on
enquiry, I tearu Ibat the ease of KevUlug vs Kup
peu never altered court, il being wttUxl untlio
outside, notwithstanding the Interference of lk
Unties who put up thu job aud were audi good
udvUerrt to the unfortunate defendant uulilthu
critical luonicut nrrivvd to desert him.
Tho yelling, loui-totuiaiug, kbootiiyr, etc., is still
going on, und must only bu beard to bo approciated,
aud lon-sls would really enjoy it, espucully wu
thcy know it U goiug 011 constantly, night and (lay.
11 wuuui rvauy ow n uooiumg syrup lo-'vieiifi-
I havo not vet liad Ibe nluo uru of via Uinxr ta
Waioli KuglUh School. When I du, I hot vTLnu
agood opinion of it. lam putting of tayviait
until I cau judge lmiurtially of ila tuama, fHr 1
must say, Ihu report 1 hear of It and tu Uaiken
on every luutd, from natives in parttttukr, !
to think that it is carried tiiliruly iUKhmiI tovX
Uro. 1111 Johiiion would like lo nta U.
For thu pat tew weeks lUu-ki tuu bu .
llgbtfalt very Uttlo rain, 'ihu Cbtiuu-en ar baay
carlui: ur their rte. -wtti uns-iiyau (iiB-irwl
Tb uaruor iooa imie uveiyou vv
sciiocaiws and ou steamer at
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