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110X01. VI V. JUL i' !!. I9SS
There l no impio mrnt to report In business mat
tert, Of condition of trade lnce out taut, nclllicr In
teen I trnt or islaml otnr With llf (If parlnte of the
9M last Stnnly, oetlrltr In shipping movements
Wm lo hare unVlitcd. The W II Meyer ami W O Irwin
rt both on the berth for Pirn Francisco, lint will not
ffolMbljript off till llio ltlT part of next week, Iln
RCWl eint.o In being gnlhcreii for the as City of Sidney,
ilae httl. Mwidar, sothat there Is little likelihood of
rttlil acCUmnlatlns; In stnrehonses for some lime to
.rllfills this week have been CimI cargoes from New
fjll, llnglanfl, per ransdo and Adnlpli, by whlcli nnr
stock It Increased ITrtl ton.
ThitSM look away another large and talnable
eargo. amodiitlng lo JITO,I.73, of whli.li $f,9,W.nna
fr domestic produce.
At the unction tale on Saturday last by Mr Adams of
ihcpWpjMy of MrT AThrnm.on Kins street, the real
MUlo if fib buildings I hereon waa told to Mr Jas Lore
for the mm of ,W
We CRirlttmtlnn again to the excellent opportunity
that will be presented naxt week nt the Art fcalc for e
caring rare and ueanllfnl arllrlcs Intlievayof llronzcs.
t'llntlnps, Kngratlngn, Olanware, etc.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jnly J4-Sch Jenny from Kan
J1Htm I.lkellke from Illln
Nlm Kllanea lion from Knlitiliii
jch Kaali from Knolau
rch Kalnna from Maul
."i-Oerbk Aclolph, Kopclmann.fm New castle onT
m-Slm JaaMakcc. from Kanal
rich Nellie Merrill from Lnlialna
Htm Walmanalo from Walmanalo
r.-licli roholkl from l'nna
Am sh Valley Korge, Loro, from Newcastle
M-Slmr Uhna. from .Maul and Molokal
M-Slmr Kllaucii Hou, from Kahnlnl
July SI- llrll eimr Hue?., Dodd, for ban I'ran
f Sell Marlon for I'nnalnn
Sell L'llama for llanalcl
Sch Ncttlo Merrill for I.ahalna
at Trench Drlg Tawera, Sweet, for Vklorla. 1! C
II Htm Iwalanl for Maul and Hawaii
film Mokolll for Koolau
cli Mana for Hllo
Stm C It Bishop for Kauai
Sim I.cnoa for Molokal and Maul
.':,-Stci T.lkellkc for llllo
Stm Kllnnca Hon for Kahnlnl
Sch llalcakala for Tepccken
Sch Jenny for Kauai
Hell Kmrna for WAlanac
li-Ain sh Valley 1'nrge, I,oc. for Son 1'rini
Voaaols lit Port.
(icr bk Paradox. Durgdoir
Am bk Kdward May, Johnson
Am bgtnc W (1 Irwin. Turner
Am bg W II Meyer, Howe
tier bk Ailolph, Kopclmaun
Am bk (.'alburlcn, llabbard
m bk Adclla Carlton, (Irani
Vit.is.ulri Exiioctntl nt Honolulu, from Foreign
, Haw bk Kale, llotlifua, Ilreinen, due Slept 1-5, II
i IlnckfeldACo, Agents,
Oct hi: ,loefa, llortsinann, Cardiff, dun Aug 5-1U Hack-
feld A. t'o, Agents
lhlt bk Oherori, Hnrcy, Micrpool, duo AugustS-lO,
T II Dai lea Co, Agents
Am bk Martin Davis, Hcnson, llostoii, due Sept 1J-
'M, U. llrcwtr t Co, Agents.
Ilrlt ah llrltlsh KmbassidnrDails, New Castle, NSW
Nlcbk ItctnlJIn, llowen. Nc castle, N S W, duo
Am bk H I. rctllnzlll. Departure Hay, for Kahnlnl
.Am tern Hera, Ilabbldge, Neneastlc, N S W, due July
2M0, 1". A, Mchatfcr & Co, Agents.
Ilrlt lib Ulengabcr, lllchanls, I.lrerpool, due Hopt 85-30
II.iw bk Iolanl, Oarrcls, Ilrcmen, due Oct 1-0, II. Hack-
fcld .V Co, Auent.
Ilrlt ttmr Anler Head. Itoper, Sun l'rsncl'co, uncertain
II. nackiclu K Co. Accnts
Hon bk Chlc!a)o. Urdano, New Castle, N. b. W ,
July 15-20. II, Ilackfeld Co, Agents.
Am bk Jlmcrald, Lord, I'ort Gamble, due Aiigl
uacKiem .; i;o, Agcuis.
Nor bk Imacos, Nellscn, New Vurk, due Oct 15-50
Castle & Cooke, AgcnU
Ilrlt s k Hanaa, baundcrM, St Michaels, due Am: '-T
llrll s s Canton, San I'ranclscu, One Aug 10-15, Hack
fold Co, Agents .
Am lk D C Murray, Jenks, San Krnuclscu, due July tn
!W, Schacfer ii Co, Agents
Am bktno J A I'alklnbur", 1'orbes. ban I'raliclscc. for
.lalinl.niia.Uuc.lulyL'O-SS, II It It Co, Agents
Ambktne J:ila, tlrowu, San l'ranclseo, due Jiily 85-30,
llrewer Co, Agents
I'MSb Oily of Sydney. Scaburj, Sjduey, due, July !l,
Ilackfeld & Co, Agents
l'MSb Zeulandla, Webber, ban l'rnnclsco, due Vig 5,
lutciiiuiu tv Lii, .taenia a i
Am bktuo Monitor, Knucke, Humbolilt, for MnlAIkoiu,
due. II llll Co. Agents,
(jer bk t'clho, Hongkong, loading June 15.
'Ibo Am hk Kdward Mav has been hoc rtiHvn at the
Old Custom llouso Whnrf The carpenters nro iushtng
nhcsd vigorously, and she will probably be oi)ri en keel
again at an eatly day.
Tho Am bgtne W II Jlejer Is nt Ilrcncr X Co'n wharf
loading slowly for tho Coaxt. for which port she wlli
probably sail on Tuesday or Wednesday next.
Thrf Am bgtno W O Irwin Is nt the foot of Tort btrcqt
loaillng slowly for San Francisco; she will probabTy
mill on Tuesday or Wcdnesdny next.
The Am hk Adclla Unrletnn la at the foot of )hb I.Ike
like dock discharging coal, after which she will proceed
to (lie bound. .
Who tier bk Paradox l discharging coal nt io 1" 31 S
S dock. v 1
The tier bkAdolph, from New Uastlo on Tipic. with
a cargo of coal. Is ut anchor In the etrcam.
The lik Culbamii has discharged her cargo irud haul
ed out In the stream, where etio Is awaiting cnrgrV
Thol'MSBCHy of bjdncy will be duo from
Colonies on Monday next, but kIio may (as the mt
steamer did)arrhe on bunuay.
Tito Am sh Valley l'orgo, l.oe, nrrHcil on" tho liort
Iburtday last, -(311 dais from Xvvr Castle, N b W, with
a cargo ol coal, '1 lie Captain, on communicating wl(li
the 1'Ilot and learning thai there wircnoordcrs hercfi
a cargo of coal, The Captain, on communicating wl(U
uini, prucceuea uirrci iu tue o.iat, auo rtnoris nil
Hera us having sailed a day ahead, and that she would
Tho D C Mnrrav and Klla are coimldtred ns due from
IMPORTS." 71 ZZ
l'roin NcHCasllc. per Paradox, July 81 Ilackfeld &
Co.'JTIi tons coal', A .Md'le, 1 c cllccts
I'rom Xewcasllo on Tyne, per Adolph, July 85758
loua of coal to Ilackfeld i. Co.
l'or ban I'raticlseo, per bnz. July 8J-S595.591 lbs
sugar. 3334 bags rice, -ITS bncha bunauas, 37,831 lbs
wool, ISO hides, 30 pkg sundries. Value, JlW.ttM.r..
PASSENGERS. . .
Prom Kauai, per C II lll.liop. July SJ-C1 N WIKox, J
It Cooke, J K Ohambirlaln, Miss M A Chnmberlaln,
I'rot Zamloch, Mr Mark, Mr White and wife.
Tor San 1'rauclscn. per bucz. JulyliJ Miss 1. bmilh,
Miss i: Thompson, W 1'. bnillh, ilr and Mrs blmmous,
.Mrs Darren. U r Holmes, J Kenton, It Lucas, b Acker
inann, W it Ducbanan, Mrs A Otta, A Oartcubcrz, W II
Webb. U Chappcll. Mrs J 1' Nichols, Mr and Mrs II
Macfarlanc, Miss 51 Wldcinaim, A Nellson, J .1 Hues
kcw, W 1' Moore, A J Dlack, J O'ConucIl, T II bmllh,
Trom Windward l'orls, per Ltkellkc. July SI Caul T
Spencer. Capt llcvnoldi, t Daldsou,T Hughes, C II
I'or, J Mulr, 'I Levitt, A Kennedy, l'Jarrett, Mrs E
cnamueriain, it iiounes, ii u I'liucr, J u isynncrs
il,.'iiau I iibii, ii iv iiiiiv, ii ., uivvii. ii .,ivii. tk
Cation, Mils Illiodcs, A Ilarnes.C A Ualley, Dr llcml.i,
,.. XI a, t. If.., .. I- 11...! It'
wallers, it rmicr. it
CLClougli, J Williams, A croncll, Jilts l.add, A II
I'lcree. IS Dunn. M t-vNli. J C Klrknood. Kla Naliao-
Iclua, DCrownlugburg and wife, Mrs S II Itoio and
daughter, -Mrs llurrows.Mrs Aloua,
l'roin Kaliitlulrpcr Kllauea Hou. July 111 1. Toeh
nle, Wl' Jvlinslone, Mrs Nelll, -Mr Slratcuieysr, Mr
1'or Wlndviard J'urls, pir Intilaul.JulySI Prof Zam
loch and wife, Mr -MutLs, II Kumulopill, It M l'ulhr.Dr
iiviui ' s 'sttl v 4k J sua llil V ' viuwkll
lion b U Wilder, Mrs Mary Ann Aeahaukne
IIIIWI... 4. .'4,,. ,. ., .(.. I,. , V ... WlUn.ll, .Ut.l.lll'IU
Tor Kauai, lit rt lllllihup, July gl-E Kopke, Miss
Al FUxuiaii, Q N Wilcox.
Tor Molokal and Maul. pirLchiia. July 81 A Uiuia
Y' Ilt Ileddliigtmi, Mrs l.tklngstou, Mrs Kaluaplhaolv.
I'or Kauai, per Jas Maker, July 87 Thos Hughes, SN
lliuniey, ii i. iirtaiu, '
,.Pldlnc, Mlis l'urvls
lliudley, II IlltMaiiMl II Lucc.JftMrf Mroun.Cul Z
In thlscllii July kl,
nit CJANi'Dlt-L, (Uucbter
Ni'DULi iimichter of James anil
hell, ageuia inouius auuvi uay.
UllOWXIU.I.-lu this Mir. July llh. lt-o' Willi. m
1'. only son of faj.lulu II,. . ami Mis. b. llronncll.
Age il 3 months anil -I ilnjs
' Sutler Utile chllitreii lo come unto me,
1'orsucu U the KlniEiloin of llcmcu."
V-.San rrauciico anil 3iw York uiiit pleusii copy.
At Ktljurn, Kauai on llio )nl July, to tho tilts' of
k0r. W. II, llamuionU.a lUugUlcr,
i in . .s... i..ij
A ws lluiuo of otio and a half inch redwood,
d.ti'iO fect In leugtb, nud extending from tbo Ma
kikl reserioir to the bcad-uators iu the vullty,
lias rcociitl Kcii completed under the direction of
tho Superintendent ut llio Water Works, 'llio ob
jects of tbo Hume utu to insure a more rapid How
Iu tbo supply stream both by an iucreoso of grade,
nnd by ob luting the retardiiiL; frictiou caused by
tho rough bldiia, wcky buttoui, and jutting bauks
of IU natural cliiuincl, uml thus iivuiduig lu a
great measure tbo accumulation of UltU duo to
siUgnatlon. rioiucthliigof this kind lias louc bosiu
sreoosnlfcd as unee s.fty aud will be bailed as a
boon to such as aiu bupplied troui tbo pif t of tbo
Mukikl reeioIr, aud mIio bvrctoforu blue for a
loiLg iicriod Utn subjected to tbo unnoyiuieo
ottused by tho froqucut btoppiug of pipc-s by llinu
aud t)iclln, nud llio ueceoiiury use of foul aud cou
Uwinated vuitcr (or drinking and culiuary pur
poses. It is vjttiutttted nloo that tbtt supply will
thereby be btiisibly iucreastd, as tbo purusily of
tho natural bod uud tbo lurtjo cvaporutiiiK burfaoo
boforo priMnnted, will now bo replaced by an artl
liolal bed imiiervious to suter nud a uurrow sur
f sou wUieli will greatly reduce Ibe loss by evapor
ation, 'i'bo bed of the lluiuo is fourleeu lucbes iu
width, and the sides twelve inclits iu bright.
thi: NATtmnAY rims
l'ltbllihcil for the SAicnDtT PnEM Association by
iioriKnT (iiiievi: & to.
Hook, Job and GercJ.l Printers
Ifunolalu, II. f
Notices of any events of Interest transpiring on the
other Islsnds will alwayn be thankfully rceclrcd for
publication. Correspondents are requested to append
their true names to all eommnnlcatlont. not for pnbll
ration necessarily, but as a guarantee Mint the writer
Is acting In good faith
JULY m, 1882.
MR. OIBSON'SJjOAN HECORD.
In speaking of llio Ten .Million Loan
tho '. C. A. dally of tho 2llb inst. sayg;
"Ilcforo leaving this subject wo desiro to say
emphatically, in contradiction lo statements
which have lately been made, that never at
any timo did Mr. Oibsoti encourngo or favor; a
loan of 810,000,000, or $7,000,000, or .$5,000,
000, or any loan except for specific, and woll
ilc fined purposed." In our columns charges
havo been inado which nro capable of proof
by pi intcd records, that Mr. Gibson voted in
favor of tho Ten Million I.oan during tho
Legislative Session of 1680, after having de
nounced it in his icport of the Finatico Com
mittee; and that a;ain, during tho present
session ho had voted for tho bill. Wo fail to
understand the (nullification put to its emphatic
contradiction upon tho matter, whcio it Buys,
"except for specific purjwscs," (italics aio ours)
inasmuch as no charge has been made by us,
or any ono clso that wo arc awaro of, to the
effect that Mr. Gibson had favored a Ton Mil
lion I.oau for non-specific purposes. Without
this qualification, any emphatic contradiction
on tho part of this paper would simply amount
to a palpablo falsehood; whilo with it, it forms
no contradiction to what has actually been
aid. Wo simply asserted that Mr. Gibson
had voted for tho Ten Million Loan on two oc
casions; and it is a natural inference that a
porson favors what bo votes for; and all tho
rhetoric of tho Premier, or tho lengthy ex
planations of tho onjan that has pledged
itself to shoring up a tottering ministry, will
not mako ono sano man believe otherwise
For our part wo havo not been so bold as to
chargo Mr. Gibson with favoring large loans
for non-tpeciflc objects. Tho Ten .Million
Loan of 1880 introduced by Mr. Robert lloa
pili Baker wo bcliove was for specific objects
at least his manifesto dcclatcd its object to
bo to provide for fortifications and coast-do-fenscs;
and for an "extended system of rail
roads," inoio particularly to piovido for tho
rapid transportation of troops from placo to
place, and sundry other objects of like im
portance. Wo havo had no opportunity of
perusing the Ten Million Act presented to tho
Legislature now in session, by tho lion. Mr.
Lilikalaui; but infer that its objects must havo
been specific from the fact that .Mr. Gibson
voted for it.
Scoing that Mr. Gibson lias voted in favor of
tho Ten Million Act presented by Mr. Lilika
laui tho advocacy of which formed tho most
objectionable fcaturo of tho platform upon
which tho LIlikaiaDi ticket was run in, wo
aro at a loss to understand tho seeming cagcr
uess of tho Gibsonian organ at this timo to
provo his political isolation, and disconnection
with tho other members of that ticket. Why
ho should bo more ashamed of his fellow
representatives now than then, wo cannot toll.
Thoy certainly havo not gouo back on their
original platform os stated in their original
campaign document which bears tho siguatuio
of W. M. Gibson as well as those of K. K.
Lilikalaui, II. W. Lahilalii and J. A. Nahakti,
Then thoy advocated frco rum and a ten million
loan, and thoy aro yet holding hard to -their
Tho '. C. A. daily pettishly remarks iu its
issuo oj- tho 27th inst.: "Tho statement that
Ml' GlKu.ll l-!lVrt ilia Ullfinirl ft. Mm unltn.i.n
Hiencnown as tho Ton Milliou Loan, has been ic-
peatcd iu spite of tho most positive denial of
this journal." Huxloy says; "This is an ago
of demonstration and not of dogma;" and wo
can see no rcasou why persons should bo
bound by nuy "positive denial," that has no
basis iu Tact, oven though it bo uttered by tho
journal in question. Denials as to dark facts,
ami promises of explanations which novcr ap
pear, havo been too common with tho '. O.
Advertiser for some timo past, nud it must as a
consequenco HulTer therefrom when tho ques
tion of veracity is raised, as is tho caso in tho
On election day, between thtco and four
hundred ruuucrs were employed to solicit volos
for tho ticket containing tho names of Gibson,
Lilikalaui, Lahilabi nud Naliuku, and a tem
porary booth, for the froo distribution of coffoo
and othor drinkables among vutci s, was erected
iu Mr. Gibson's ynid: uud wo would not bo so
unjust as to supposo that ho had rcfiibcd to
pay his quota of tho expense inclined to
eccuro tho election of himself and those upon
his ticket. Having done this, and having also
failed to deny tho lightful usoof his signature
to tho campaign document beforo mentioned it
is but a logical ioferenco that lio had identi
fied himself with tho Hpitit of its contents, and
that ftco rum and a leu million loan had
found favor in his oyes. Aud this infeicuco
is not at till weakened when wo flud his voto
recorded iu favor of a ten million emphatio
denials to tho contrary notwithstanding.
THE HAWAIIAN BALLOT.
Tho enthusiast who declared, iu uu epigta
uiutic mood, Unit if tbo sougs of u nation wero
his ho cared not who made tho luws, was evi
dently familiar with u class of music by no
tucaud Hawaiian in character. It is not likely
that a Hawaiian lyrio will over move this
people to a reform or u rovolt. Tho law is
still needful; there is nothing higher than it,
aud for this reason it is especially necessary
that it should bo wiso nud Just. Hut law can
not bo wiso or just, uor will it bo properly
administered, unless tbo law makers and thoso
iu whom tho administrative power is vested
aro alto" wiso and just. The balance of power
should nud dues uuder ordinary circumstances,
rest with tho people. The ballot ts tho lever
that moves the woild uud it is powerful
cuough, eveu iu this little kingdom, to fore
shadow tho destiny of tho race. It will at
onco be seen how uccessary it is that all who
uro entitled to tho privilege of tho ballot
should bo sustained iu their effort to cast a
vote according to tlio best of their kuowlcdgo
or ability. Such is not tho caso iu this king
dom aud cau never bo tho case so long as any
ouo man is permitted to hold the poll-tax re.
coipU of other men -which receipts must bo
exhibited at the polk -wher tho voto is cast,
thereby securing for m paltry gratuity perhaps
ths votes which uro of oure duplicates of his
owu. Nothing cau Lo more furcial than a
Hawaiian election wt uow couductcd. Each
voter should hold his u '" rec( M'' nut' "
one should be nlluwed lo accompany Mm to
tlie ballot-box lo influence Ills vole. All bal
lots should be of llio samo sb.o ami color, ami
should be folded beforo approaching ilio polls,
every person being given lo understand that
ho is entitled to to as ho thinks best, Tho
law should be amended boforo tho Legislature
adjourns. To keep the ballot-box inviolate, it
must be kept secret.
The loliccnco of tho Hoard of Immigration
In regard to its action iu rcferonco to thostop
pago of Porlusuceo Immigration, is not at nil
satisfying to this community; tho planting in
terests especially. When, after long years of
effort, originating we beliovo with Dr. Hlllo
brand, nBouiceor supply of labor nnd popu
lation is opened up, to facilitate which a
special coiMiiissionor was sent last year with
full power to uegotiato a treaty with this end
in view, wo bcliove that it Bliould rcquiro
moro than the whim of a ministry to suddenly
and without notice put a slop to it, without
ground of complaint, In daily lifo thoro aro
such matters known as "points of honor," nnd
it matters not whether they nro sought to bo
evaded by individuals, corporations or govern
ments, tho want of priiiciplo is tho same.
Looking on this question simply as a tax
payer, it seems like wanton wnsto that what
has been already expended should bo ignored
and the prime intcicsts of tho country either
allowed to suffer for tho want thereof or un
necessary amounts bo expended in tho effort
to open up now fields that may or may not
provo successful. Willi tho oxporienco which
this government has already had on immigra
tion matters it bhould bo boyoud such exhibi
tions of child's play as lcccnt events indicate,
and if her Ministers, with tho oxporienco of
tho paut to guide them, havo no decpor mental
calibre, thoy aro not tho men for tho country,
inasmuch as thoy havo allowed hor honor and
inlegiity In bo assailed for their own acts.
As to how much the Board may bo influenced
by rival pailies to carry on, or conduct this
important scivice, wo aro not nblo to state, nor
do wo charge it as boiug at all biased by such
petty issues. Tho point wo maintain is, that
tho Government having entered into ccitain
compacts aro in honor bound to'J:eep them,
irrespective of Miniatct ial changes. In con
nection with, aud substantiation of, tho fore
going, wo refer oih leaders lo extracts fioin
lettois of Mr. Iloflnuug, olsowhcio iu this
issue, which wo aro permitted to use, and
which speak for themselves.
How many families aio there iu Honolulu
who havo not bcon made victims of Chinese
cooks and other servants thoy have employed,
Thero aro fow indeed, and unfortunately there
is no way at picscnt of preventing ono servant
from victimizing every ono who employs him,
notwithstanding that he might havo been dis
charged by a dozen different persons. Every
poison on hiring a cook or other household sor
vaul, should loquest lettois of recommendation
from previous employers, and ou dismissing
such servant a lottcr should bo given if dc
scivcd, or withhuUl if not considered woithy,
Chinese who havo been employed as dish
washer or as assistants in tho kitchen tcprc
scut themselves as competent cooks, aud ask
tho highest pay, Thoy aio sccuiu in their
positions for a time, for tho employer by dis
charging him may get a less eompotent ono
v.'hilo the housewife miiBt-spcnd a considorablo
portion of her tiiuoiu superintending tlio work
of tlio so-called cook. Tho higher wages tho
cook receives the less work ho will do. As
matters aro now tho employer is tho slavo of
his servant, and tho only hopo for emancipa
tion lies iu conceiting on aomo uuivciBal sys
tem compelling tho servant when applying for
work to furnish u testimonial of his capability
and character. This would mako them more
particular about their work, and would piovcnt
people from being duped by incompetent nov
ices. Our own pcoplo nro much to blamo for
this stato of aflaits by being so lenient and lax.
Tho remedy lies with them solely, aud it is
only by tho adoption of some such utiivcisal
rulo as that suggested that any relief can be
Among tho things that go to provo the in
competency of Hawaiian Logislatois, nouo ato
moro commonly made tho subject of remark
than their tendency to meddle witii things
clearly not within their province. Especially
is litis tendency noticeable iu tho dictatoiial
manner thoy aasumo iu tho matter of certain
minor appointments to office, with which thoy
really havo nothing whatovcr to do. Thoy
seem to havo forgotten, or would wilfully ig-
uoro tho fact, that it is tho Ministy alone who
aro responsible to tho Legislature for tho con
duct of Government; and that subordinato of
ficers nro responsible only to tho respective
heads of the departments in which thoy hold
office. This tendency to muddle has never
shown itself moro plainly than iu tho persis
tent endeavors ol ccitain members to force in
to oflico a person of their owu choice to act as
Medical Director for tho country, and physi
cian to tho Queen's Hospital, when it is mani
fest that thoy have no uioio to say iu tlio mat
ter than thoy hao as to who shall bo Empe
ror of Japan. Taking advantage of tiio fact,
however, that uu appropriation is regularly
mado by the Logislutiiro to uid iu sustaining
tho Hospital, somo of theso would-bo rcform
ois would mako tho acceptance of tlioir condi
date, a llnbsen's choice. It is timo that such
pcrsous,sliould bo taught their place, or timo
that people goaerally should wnko up to the
necessity of putting persons into tho Legisla
ture who alioady know their placo.
Tjiu agricultural intcicsts ol tlio kingdom
havu locontly been given uu impetus which
wo hopo will bo continued. Tlio l'luutcrs'
Labor uud Supply Company is u thoroughly
organized working body, uud ou Agricultural
Society, under whoso auspices it is contem
plated to hold annual fairs or exhibitions, is
taking deiinito shape. Tho preliminary stops
havo been taken, uud probably beforo another
issuo of tho l'm:ss the orgunUatiou will havo
becoino complete. Several appropriations have
also bceu mado by tho Legislature directoy or
indirectly affecting tho ugrieulturo of tho
country, and wo expect to scs tho giuup step
forward to tho rank where it properly belongs.
Tm: organ of tho V, S. L. cuuie out ou Mon
day morning standing ou one leg, and In a
totterin and defensive attitude attempted to
suppoit its assertion of last week (hat treaty
Blatters qt Washiuglou arc getting along swim
mingly. Its reply to our editorial simply
amount (0 saying that, " What wo said was
true, whether there be an truth in it or not."
And tho '' cry satisfactory news ""regarding
h treaty resolves itself into tin following;;
"There is nodoubt that if a proposal to givo
notice to this Government of tho prompt term
ination of tho Reciprocity Treaty had been
brought up in tho House of Representatives
from tho Committee lo which the matter had
been referred, it would hnvo been carried."
Wo would be pleased to hear through tho V.
S. L.'s journal or any other source authentic
nows or a satisfactory character concerning
tho treaty, but wo objoet lo tho fabrication in
Honolulu of such lingo bubbles that will not
withstand tho prickinj: of truth,
Things Who nntl Otherwise.
JciirniiiR of tho action of tho 11ouk on Uinrs
dny last, with its lavish appropriation, a bystander
cry Justly oxclalmed, "Groat ruiis! lmt next?"
When John Adams was I'rcsiilfiit of tin t'ultcd
States ho refused to appoint any of his relatives or
personal friends to ofllces under llio Uururiuucnt.
I ho nnmo of Hawaii's Minister of I'oreiKU AITnlrs
ts not John Adams.
Tnr. fienllo epithet of "lio tlirecl" which tho
I'rfmnlo Dally applies to nil who will not accept
Its assertions as "truth personified,'' falls harmless
to tlie ground from tlio sorry fact that it is well
known that no liolo has yot been found too smali
lor tno v. . i. to crnwi turougn wucn noticing n
Had tho new piopcrty bolder who limit butilircs
ou his property on Monday nlfjlil and Titcidiy
oveuini; last bad his bonso burn down for his
tbouglitlcssncss, petlinpt llfemen nud others mlht
hao considered ft iv'VoOd Joko" oil blm. Jf tlio
Joko bo played ou tbarlto UojKirttucnt is rewarded
by tlio hilliction of tho SCO Hue bo lias rendered
bhnsclf liablo lo lio will bo likely to regard others
besido himself iu future.
Thenar f.rcf7 nee of Hawaiian legislation that
tho Premier hasnlwajs taktm Krcat pleasure in
keeping bofiiro tho minds of oar fiolons, Is dnnbu
loss fully exemplified In llio rtni rarliauicntury
procedure of Indl TliurmJay, lu
online with tho
third reading of tho Appropilatiou IJilFns though
they wero deliberating upon it iu Commilteo of
tho Whole; nud tbo President iu ititcrtninlng two
motions nt onco has proved tbnl our 1'rcmier was
Among Thursday's proceedings of thuJIoiwowo
Uud tlio following lu llio 1'riumte daily of jestor
day: "Purchase of ordinance 15.000. His Uxcol
Icncy W. M. Gibson stated that although tho
Ministry bad thought seriously of rovoliiug tbo
order, ninth had tttit foriraittctl bi the aclinq tinni
berlain, (Italics uro oars. Ed.) Iio bopocl llio As
sembly would favor its passage." What nu ad-
missioiil Shades of Great Crcsar defend usl Tbo
Ministry, feeling luHccnroiu their positions, doubt-
loss stand ready lo father any absurdity. Tho
ordors of tbo cook must next stand, else their
portfolios will bo requested.
liishaidunronotsiilllcieutly educated up lo
a total prohibition Kiliit. Wo would like to ask if
wo need muie learning us lo how much money nud
crime it is possible lor a pcoplo to endure, or a
government to maintain, eio wo o.iu realko its enor
mity ? It would seem bo. Tho country lias not
yot lost sulllciont of its people by tbo natural Ills
that ilesb is bcir to, but an opportunity must
bo allowed llio remnant to drink thomsclvca to
death. Wo must not stay the band that would
grasp tbo tifo cords of this people, but facilitate
their destruction by placing tho weapons in their
Monday, July 21th, loW.
CONIINUED 1EOM FIUST TAOC.!
Kiuiiakelo mocd that $10,000 banpr.nupri.itcd
for tiio purposo of erecting a statuo of Kiimthn
moha 111., iu commemoration of bis gtnnting lnnds
to bis people.
Abolo said bo liked lo bee statues; l.ut bu did
not like lo seo them almoin a mutilated condi
tion. Ho thought it would bo better to bnvo tbo
erection of tbo first statuo completed boforo
Gleghorn moved Utu Order of tbo Day. Cunitd.
OKDEU or THE DAY.
'ihiidicndiugof an Act to restrict the erection
of framo building? within certain limits of Hono
Second reading of nn Act l elating lo tbo con
struction of statutes, by substituting tbo word
"Hawaiian" for tbo wortt "English" whero tots
Kcnu moved that tho bill pass to engrossment.
Tbo Minister of tbo Interior moved that it bo
J. M. Kapenu strongly supported tbo latter mo
tion, nnd moved tho previous question. Carried.
KnunanmiiO tbo introdnccrof tlio bill, supported
bis views at great length.
Tbo aves nnd noes wero taken on tbo indefinite
postponement of tho bill witb tbo following re
sult: Ayes, His lit. W. M. Gibson. S. K. Knai, J.
E. E. l'reston, Hon. O. K.JlUbop.Jno.U. Doinlnis,
A. S. Clegboru, J. 1'. Parker, 1 Isenbcrg, .1. M.
Knpeua, J. Mott Smith, O. II. Judd, H. A. Widc
inann, P. P. Kanoa, J. L. Kiiulukou, G. E. lticb
nrdsou, J. Knubauo, I. II. Nabinn, S. Ainohi, V.
H. ltrice, A. Knukau, total 1!1; Koch, J. Monnauli,
J. Koao, J. Kcau.E.K. Lilikalaui, II. W. Lahilalii,
I?. Pabia. S. K. Mahoo, J. Kaluh!, h. Abolo, J. Na
koolcoo, J. Kniuakclc, J. Gardner, J. Nawabi, P.
llaupu, J. M. Kauwila, G. AV. Pilipo, J. K. Kauna
uiano, J, Knuni, G. 1). Palobau, J. Kaltnlcka, S. K.
Kupluoa, total l'l. Total votes cast 1-'. Thol'reH
ident jravo tbo easting oto in favor of tho Ayes.
The Houso took a recess nt 12:lfi p. iu.
Tbo Assembly met again nt 2 o'clock.
Third reading of nn net to iimend Section 7S0 of
the Civil Code. Passed.
Third reading of nn Act lo amend Sections 1117
nud lilt) of tbo Civil Codo, relating to amount of
advances to bo paid to contract laburors.
iU, Clegboru, tbo introducer of tbo bill, said a
laborer is nlwnj s rendy to be engaged when bo is
offered a largo advance. Ho spends it iu a lot of
things that bo docs not want, or bis friends get
the beucflt of it. Tbo effect of largo advances is.
that tbo laboicr isnhvaysiu debt, audiit tho end
of each month bo has nothing to rccchc, or else
ho runs further into debt.
Knuuamano said that n meat uiauv laborers
liked to livo iu their own bouses, lly gutting a
largo ndvauco tbey were enabled to build a bouse.
Ho did not menu to say Hint was tbo caso witb nil
of them, but it was so with a number of them.
Ho would therefore movo tho iudcflulto postpone
ment of tbo bill,
P. Isenborg sympathized with tbo principle of
tbo bill, but was of opinion that it would bo de
feated iu praetice. In order to do away with ad
vance, tho ouly thing to do was to bring plenty of
laborers into tho country.
Mr. Kaulukou and Sir. Knlua opposed tbo bill.
Tbo bill passed to engrossment by a oto of Zl
Abolo moved a huspcusiou of tho rules iu order
that he might present a report. Carried.
Abolo presented a report of a special committco
recommending that a sum of $500 aycar bonnpro
printed as a permanent settlement uu A. P. llrick
wook Into Pontmnstcr-Gcuoiul.
Knlua opposed tbo adoption of tlio report In
very strong terms.
Mr. Ahofo supported tho report, stating that
members of this Assembly havo no right to east a
blot ou nuy ouo unless they cm proo it.
The ayes nud noes woru taken ou the iudufuillo
postponement of tho icport with tho following
result: Ayes O. II. liishop. J. Monuntilt, ,1. Mott
Hmith, E. K. Lilikulaul, H. W. Lahilabi, H. K,
Mahoo, JiKnlubi, J. W. Knlua, J. Nnkookoo, J,
Kuuiakolo, J, Gardner, IV Hnupu, J. M. Kauwila,
II. II. Nubian, U. Aiwolil, J. Kauai, O. II. Palohau,
J. Nukatcka, S. K. Kupibca, A. Knukau, total 20:
Nojs. W. M. Gibson,- J. E. Hush, E. Pres
ton, Jno. O. Douiinls.A. H. Cliglioru, J. V, Parker,
V. Isoubcrg, J. M, Kupouu,!!, A. Wideiuaun,!'. P.
Kimoa, P. l'ahlti, J, 1j. Kaulukou, L, Abolo, J.
N'nwnhl, J. Kauliiiui', J, K. Kniiimm.mo, total 10,
Total otes c.mtlW.
The Houm adjourned at 1:16 p. m.
Tuuainy, July 2Jlh, 1882.
Hoiuo met at 10 a. in. Minutts of previous
meeting read uud upprtied,
UlU'OliTK or MTANIUMI COUMirTCtil.
Mahoo moved a recouslderatiou of llio bill con-
fewiug a permanent settlement on Mr. A. P. Urick
wood, uud stated that he wished to change bis voto
from yes to no.
Kaulukou mou'd that tlio report mado yesterday
bo adopUd. Curried. The bill will bo read a
third timo to-morrow.
Aiwohi moved lo reconsider tho bill tunking the
Hawaiian version of tint laws tbo binding one, as
bo wished to ciutuge his vito to the negative.
Knpeua moved to iudenuUcly postpone. Abolo
moved to refer to a select committco. Carried,
Following aro tho uiuues of tbu cotuniitUe: J. K.
Kaunamnuo, Minister of the Interior, W. II. Uice,
P. Isenborg and J. Kanhaiie.
Kaulukou, from tho Judioinry Coiniultlto, to
which was referred the ixitttiuus rcgardiuu tho re
funding of flues imposed for sccreliug cases of
small-pox. and of inouoy paid to phjaiciaus fur
permits, during tbo recent epidemic, report that
they Bud no reason why this inouuy should bo re
funded and recommend the indefinite postpone-!
meut of tbo petition.
I,litn mtt(l lit Iim t-.iiinrt In, l-ftlnrnf ii tit tlm
couimittee, lio knew of uu rwnou why tho money
should not be itfandsd nud thought the committee
had not done their work, ....
Mahoo moved that tho report bo adopted. Car
bmout qy suact eoMMinr.fc.
X Kaulukou, jrow tuo aeleot uoiumutue to. wuicu
VMruertf tuoACiluirouaowj ojr,BumBn
Uiittio pay of sebool tttaehen iu Honolulu lo
(1J0 scr dv, and in otbw di4triets to )l pr dsy,
etsuou teat hu) nsjoftir
LbntJ w aAjvvu-j
r reoBiuudd that it bo
Mr. NaMf Hli W ii
(ay on table mill! minority report was read.
neau renu minority report. iaiu on tnuic.
Abolo from tho committee lo wlilcb was referred
nn Act conferring a permanent settlement on Mrs.
Nahnolclun, recommended tlio Houso to pass tlio
samo to cnRrosstncnt. Tlio Attotnoy-Gencral nnd
Mr. Clcghorn bad not yet signed llio bill as tbey
bad not completed their inquiries in regard to It.
Af ler remarks by several members complimentary
to tlio Into OoTemor Nabnolelua, llio report was
pasl to engrossment. It will come up for third
Mr. Abolo. from tho commlttco to which was re
ferred the bill relating to tho perpetuation of tho
genealogy of Hawniinn Chiefs, reported a new bill
providing Hint the Minister of tlio Interior bo
authorised to pay 810,000 for tho expenses of tho
Hoard for tlio 'biennial period, nnd asked tlio
llouso to pass It. Mr. Kalua iiioycd its indefinite
postponement. He snid a law was passed last
eessfon providing for llio perpctuatlonof tbogenc-
nlouy of llio chiefs, and that lio ono knew what
lad been done, and tbo Hotiso was completely iu
tho dark nn tn what mnnov would bo necessary.
After n long debato in which Messrs. Knuuamnno,
Pilipo, Aboio and Nawahl took imrt, Mr. Knlua
inovrjil tbo proviotii qnesllouj carried. A voto on
llio indefluito postponement wns taken by nycs
nnd noes with tho following result: Ayes, O. It.
liiiuop, A. . Liiegiiont.il. i'. rnrkcr, i'. Jscuoerg,
,T. Monnnll, J. Molt Smith, II. A. Wldcmann, .7.
Kcnu, F. Pahln, I'tank llrowu, J. W. Kalna, O. E.
lfichnrdiou,.J. Knnmkclo, J. NawnhbJ. M. Knn
wlln,.I. Kaiihane, .1. W. Pillixi, 8. Alwohl, W. H.
Itlee, total 10; noes, V. M. Gibson, H. K. Kanl, J.
E. Hush, J. O. Domini, .1. M. Kapcna, P. P. Kanoa
E. K. Lilikalaui, H. W. Lnhilahl, S. K. Mnhoe,.!.
Kaluhi, J. L. Kaulukou, L. Abolo, J. Naknokoo, J.
Gardner, P. Hauiiti, D. H. Naliiuu,.!. K. Kanua
mano, J. Kauai, 0. 1). Palohau, T. Nakaloka, H. K.
Kunibcn, A, Knukau, total 22. It was then moved
nml carried that the bill bo made the special order
of tbo day for lo-inorrow.
Air. Nawahl rend tbo first timo a bill of which
he had previously gi en uotico restricting tho Im
migration of ClifucM!. 'llio bill provides that
Chincso Immigrnnts shall rcsbip nt llio expiration
of bis term or lenvo tho country, nud Hint nftcr
January 1st, ISS.'I, such Immigration shall bo ab
solutely prohibited; tlio penalty for tbo person
bringing them to bo n lino of ?200 or ono year's
imprisonment for each person, and each China
man nlso to bo fined $200 or Imprisoned. Itcnd
second timo by fltlo under suspension of tho rules
nnd referred to Mlcct cunimittco consisting of 1.
Isenberg, tho Atlorney-Genornl, J. Nawahl, J.
Knlua and V. Pnhla.
House ndjourncd to ISO p. in.
Houso ro-asscmbled nt fS50 p. in. Under sus
pension of tho rules Mr. Nakoosoo read a petition
from Wnilttku that tho road from Waifuku lo
Waiebtt bo opened. Itcferrcd to Comrnlllco on
Pitlilio Lands nud Internal Improvements.
OltlilJIOF THE UVY.
Second reading of n bill to fix tbo pay of jurors,
nllowing them 2 per dny, r cents inilcago to and
from Court, and $L for each verdict. Passed lo
engrossment, to bo read third timo to-morrow.
l? ...i ..n.. nr i.lu ... .l.Ml, r..ill! .... fA
oeconu ruuuillg ut ii uill to iiuiutb letttitvto lieu
of duty. Passed to engrossment. To bo road
third timo on Thursday.
Thiid rending of nu Act relating, to the Hospital
tax paid by lNissciigcrs, appropriating n portion for
tho benefit of Blek nud umigcut foreigners. Passed.
Second rending of nu Act relating to minors
who nro inmates of industrial nnd reformatory
echools. Passed, to be read third timo on Thurs
day. Under Huspcusiou of the rulos Mr. Widomauu
rrixirted from tbo committco to which was referred
tlio Act amending Chapt. 11 of tho Session Laws
of 1870, and Cbapt. 15 of tho Session Laws of 1878
relating to tbo sale of Government Lands, recom
mending tbo indefinite postponement of tho same.
Second readiug of an Act to suppress discaso
among animals iu this Kingdom, lloforrcd to
pclect committco consisting of W. 11. Iticc, H. A.
Wldcmann, ,T. Knlnbi, J. SI. Kauwila and J. Na
Kookoo. Thiid reading of nu Act to promote the cucour
ngomcut of Agriculture. Carried.
Houso adjourned nt 2:IC p. m. lo 10 o'clock n. in.
Kmion Press; There is a matter relating to
tuo uuiics ot uivii uorporauoiis in tuts country to
which attention should be called. It is in regard
to tho annual oxhibit required by law to be mado
lo tho Minister of tlio Interior. Tbo statute re
quites, that "every corporation not eleotuosynarv,
religious, literary, or educational, shall auuualy
present a full and accurate exhibit of tbo stale of
its affairs, to tho Minister of tho Interior, nt such
times ns tho Minister shall direct." Civil Code,
chnp. XXXI., See. 11.
In July, 1879 tho following uotico wns published
by tlio Minister of tho Interior, iu tho Hawaiian
Gazette nud tho l'.C. Aiherliter:
"By virtuo of tho authority in mo vested by
chapter XXXI. of the Civil Codo of this Kingdom,
I, Samuel G. Wilder, Minister of tbo Interior, do
hereby rcquiro and direct, that nil Corporations
created under, or by virtuo of tho said Chapter not
being eleemosynary, religious, literary, or educa
tional shall, ou tho fourth Monday of tbo mouth
of July in each year, present a full and accurate
oxhibit of tho stato of Ha affairs to moat my olllcc,
mado up to t!ro first day of July preceding the
iimkinc of such oxhibit.
" Dated this third day of July A. D.1879."
" Sam'l. G. WiLDcn."
This direction of tho Minister is still in force,
but many of tlio corporations to which it applies
havo not conformed with it. It may bo thai thoy
aro not nwaro of tho requirement.
Corporations nro tho creatures of statute, nud
their Charters, or Aots of Incorporation, aro to
them tho laws of thoir being. Tho Charters are
(subject to gcnoral statute. Disregarding require
ments provided by statute may raiso serious
(inestious. How serious tho disregard of tho
requirements I refer to.rnay prove, is a subject for
Tbo most important details required to bo
stated in each annual exhibit. I understand, nro:
Amount of Capital Stock. Number of Shares,
lly whom tho ShurcB aro hold; and the number
bold by each shareholder. Names of Ofllccrs.
Profits mado during the year ending June !!0th ; or
losses incurred during same period. Further do
tails may bo given according to circumstances.
Incorporations under a Charter, or Act of In
corporation, is not n mero matter of form. It
creates rights aud privileges of valuo ; and entails
duties nud liabilities. Somo of tho duties are
impcrntlvo and cannot bo overlooked with Im
punity ; others nro of less importance. Hut thero
may bo danger in neglecting oven thoso which
seem of littlo moment.
William O. Smith.
Honolulu, July 27th, 1882.
Wo commend tho above communication to tho
consideration of parties interested, which wo be
liovo nro not a few. Ed.
Ladles and Gentlemen vlsltlti bun l'lanctsco Mill
flnil ery desirable, Furnished Ilooms En Suit and 8tn
glu at No, 137 Montgomery St., Comer Rush. MRS.
T. llOSKY, formerly ot Honolulu. 'JO
t Collate, suitable for one or two persons, comer of
lung aim .1111 pm tirecis.
Enquire on tlio premises, or
TMJIUXG MY A1I8KXCK 1'ItOM
JLS this Kingdom, Mr. (IKO. K. IIOWi: will uct for
me under full puwir of attorney.
X been aimolutcd by tho Hon. A. V. Judd. Chief Jus.
tlco of I lie mipreiuo Court, as administrator of the
vslatu uf Opuinuiuoua, (iv.) of Honolulu, Oalui, deceas
ed, intestate, tUcrcforo all persons Indebted to said
csute arc hereby iiotlllcd to make Immediate payment;
and thoso having claims apalust said estate, lu present
tlio siino, duly milled, l'unlcs possessing any prop
erly uf l hi' deeeasrtl mull return llio suum to 1110 at my
ultieir, No. a lletuel street. W.I.. IIOLUKAIIIKI,
Administrator Estate of Opumoiuona,
Honolulu, Claim. July -Ji'lh,lstr;. 1110 Im
A T TIIK AXKUAIi M1JKT1NG OF
t thoSTAUMlbbCo., held July St, l llio olllcc
uf W. Ii. lot Iii X Co.. tho follonlns ucnllcuicu ncrorc
elected as officers ot tho Company 10 sene during the
.1. 11. Alhirton Vleu I'rc.ldciil.
W. 11. lrlu..., bec'ysnd Treasurer.
WM. U. WWIS. Hcc'y.
ARTESIAN ICE WORKS!
W. K. FONTKK'N FORT 8THEKT.
A upurior iU4lUy uf
NurrMKi MAI1.Y ts trwruMRHM
IN All. FAST- Ml'
bjC bUlppluR supplied In nusntlllcs lu ull.
OMCM FRMI T BTMil IUMM NMTTU niM-
nn w rj Tf THIfmHIM
MAVIkll IKfKMIL Mill
lous (Ivcn the public evldoncu of liU
orougb coupcunc In TtMHM IM
'Alll STUBS aflkSS In uhSsrT. fc
had louz perlrnc7Tr.WIWrhwIMABfB
10 tsie (hat ha has rceelred a csctlhml ttl-
uonlal from II. BKRUKH.
,1,.. . BaudaujUr of Kujal llawstlsu Hand
1 n-. " 1 " I0 ' Ia o'luciiee 1 nara aivsn 01 mj aw
auuuiuu iu in uTiuonca 1 nara aivsn 01 myawwy
luulus, 1 wish also to acquaint shf tubllc la tW
I bt (alien tor lualriuilan. V
, AJ4rM, ItflMK HOUKXCitAVrZ,
1 TUrun's Pott St. Hm, or Fa4stfs t0 ail.
iw uiui, Him aiso 10 acquami af (iuki
Mill b (alien tor luslr
N TUrun's t Kt, Hm, or
n w r.
REMOVED THFIR STOCK
Nos. 56 and 58
Queen St., Next Door to
the Masonic Hall.
We an Obliged lo tin litis In Order lu Ac
Xji jk- 3??. C3r 315
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING
By Evory Vosscl
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
IT IS T1IK
Intention of the Co., in
Order to Satisfy
The INDReASBiW HKMANBS
Of Thoir Customers at the
To Keep (Juiisbuitly on Hand
At Their New Store,
Seen in Honolulu !
Evcrv Variety k Style
IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Purchasers -will Bear in
Mind, that as
Wo jlamiiactuigft Our Own
SELL Ai LOWER KATES
Than Otfiors, for tho Rea
son that thoro aro
No Middleman's Prof
its to Pav !
Wo Have Scoured tlio Services
IVIr . H3-R. ;. 3ZIEi"r
For Soveral Years Foreman
in Our San Francico
Houbo, and alio
80 tht Evry Wut
in Out Zsins o to
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xd. ipr jl x jk. 4M.
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OFFER FOR SALE
From the Cargoes
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A. ill -
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Tim rou.ow ino
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I'ritils of Idlest ntylca, J"uet coIoth;
llluo Dcniina, Wlitto C'roilon Shooting,
I'uro liinciiR, Molcslilna,
iJlno anil While Check l.istndos.
I'anoy Dress Oooila, l'.mcy l'laiilri,
Husala Crush, Scarfs, Tics, Cravats,
Crochets anil Koncy Vork,
Towolincs anil Towels,
Men's Wlillo nml Drown Colton llulf-houc,
Iiiulicu' Hohc, Men's Ilcatiy Made Clothing,
Iiulin Hiihbcr Coals, Caiies anil LcsglngB,
Itcgatta mul Woolen Shirts,
llluo anil Qrcy llorso lllankels,
White Cotton Dlankotu,
Woolen llliinhets, nil colors sizes and
Woolon anil Canton I'lantiola.
Vch'ut nml TtipcHlry Cariiclini;B,
Volvct and Tapestry Ilugs, Carpets nml
Sugar Bags 20x3C, Goal Bags
Rice Bags, Prime Quality
Heavy and Light liiirlapu and Twino,
A full imsortmuit oT
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H.uKIlo clothu, bridles &u.
lu U. 7, 8 nnd 0 It Iciifilhs ('JI saitgr). Srrewa
nnrt Wutbrrs to match
Konto Wiro, Nob. 0, 0, 7, and Staples,
MH) IH 11 fISH runs
llolls anil Mplkcn cosipk'tc.
l'iro llrkky, Portlitnil Cement,
I'irc-CIiiy, Wliltiiitr, Clmlk,
ENGLISH, HAWAIIAN & AMERICAN
.1, 0 and 7 yaid lengths.
Liverpool Salt & Rock Salt.
Dcuiijons 1, 2, U, 1 and 0 gallons each,
(lalvani.eil lluckcls, Tubs, Basins Sec,
Crockery, lion Ucdstcads,
ZINCS, PAINTS AND BOILED OILS,
Worcestershire Sautes, Groceries,
Knglisli Leather Uclting, froma to 10 in,
Topsail Sheet Chains, "Admiralty Test,"
sizes i-1, a-B, -iu, i-.',
" i'ig Jlraud" Stout, iu pints and ijuaits;
Wood & Wolfe's Ale, piuts uud cmirla ;
Ilass' Ale iu nuarts nud pints,
India Palo Ales in quarts aud pints,
llclt'uat Ginger Ale,
Kino FicDch !randic8 in bulk and casts,
UcmicBsy'a Urandy iu cases &
Old Tom, Chuup Viundy in cases,
Cases Scotch aud Irish Whiskies,
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