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1hM have ltrt !nht ini.Kah.ms of an Improve
ti - t inn week in ..Knintrctil eirtl, which e are
I I'lvi r rerwit, mote epet.jlly, perlnp. among the
retid tnde, through the arrlfal of lh Rniish lark Oh
run, from I lrpl, ,tha full rarjfoof Maple go!,
jnl and ranVay nnittfat and the Hawaiian hark Ka
liVam, from n Kn.ncrtt, gives animatinn to our tut
(n h m-. l"he MMinfr Australia, from th Col
unit-- alt lm-4fftht up th usttat assortment of mT
th:tndie from lhat quarter, and included $5o,wn in
Itie dej-etrlnre hire len fre , hut the amount of
Imlnc nnxirtl ijuit Ifghl, ih Kimarfo and James
I mnrn! going irr lntUt Ih arrival of produte to
jo f-rd isaUnit at if) ket ebb at ffvn(, though
(trpnraiKdrt for efHmnnffng rn id nel crop it leing
made on several rUntAtUm.
Advice from Kahnhil rrott llat plarr at In the full
tide f Inning rmperity.-ioore activity being notice
al k than with in at the ineirrh.
We tall attention, with 4eairrf .to the stock male
feature which Mr I I' Adams has add-M to his buu
n- and wlriVh, te douM not, will !- a rnnvemrnte to
lh puHi. a-, well a (k raisers His first sate will
lalephreou Saturday rit
AtKf-- by h kat-slfttta are lo the ifth ult , hut we
gallr lirthing of imrta.fte in rmtlrt quot-Hton.
lite a earner ( tty of New York will prot-ahly arrive to
nurr w, with dues to Aug tjth
Antrrtt at Vtnt of HnuotuUt,
AiiMraha, r H s , liilluh. frmn Silney
I ilclili, Mm , king, from llit
I (Hi Sir-gel,. h , frum koohtt
Matrhii, rh , from Paukii
keljuluohi, ach., from HamM
I mini, ch t from UaUltn
hj Mw, vh, from I.auprtl,.i'lo,
I ihroi. h . fr rn IlanaM
l aiiiliIu, srh. from keokefl
()nn lint I V . IUrvc, from I iveiK,
KaUkain, Maw Vt Miller, from S i
Iwalini, stm f Iite, f Kr-ru. Kau. Maibet
I Imljiyo, N7c H,Ofbno,f Newratle, n a w
ninijfnl.i. Mm . Net1ot, from Unimnalo
.Molt hi. Mm.. IttJtesrf from Koolati
lhtu. Mm , l.iurMi, fm. liana ami MoloVai
Nettie Merrill, fnjm l.-ilmnu
llthitj, C R , Herr. from Katiai.. ,.
l-ly (.arntMon, llr hi. , Marton, San Iran
MjMron, cU , far Kiilttnlmtle. . . ,
AuMraln. r t a. a. '1 11IM1. for S. K
Kiliiir-i llmi. Mm , Sears fur Kahului
1 K Ilihoi, lm , ftrrry for K-xnal
I elan, Mem , lawrcn. fc-r MoK.iai ami Maui
allele, wli , for Mahlo
Katun 1, mIi , fur Mnlo;ti
Uau.li, arh , frt Kohala
Crime, u.h , for Kulw
Uoarin, Am, uli , Swift, for Sin Franclvu.
J A f alMnUirc, Am l.llt.e , rurlie for Sr .
I Ikelike. Mm . kins, for Ihlo
Mnloln, Mm , Mtdrreor (vt Kot.lati
1 mma. vh f for Waiilui
I hnlai, Mh , for UaUliia "
KeVauliiohi, mIi , for Hnnilei
Manuokawal, wh., for llannrnaulii
kauikeoitli, mIi .for llonokaa ,
(Jen Sinel, nch , for Koolm... . . 1
la. lownM-ml Amlrrii, Rihn(fiir llumUlili ' v
UlUim, Mhr, for Manalei , J
Waiinalu, wlu, for kcokrt
Mar I mter. wh . for 1'un.ilim
Cutrrini, kIi., fur Hamlet f,,.
VrMatl notr ht I'tttt,
AIMtl ril. Nftprlmimi
I IIKI.AWI, Onl.lno ,
i 1 1, lirimn
! U.EkA, I'ruliallow
Am I ktite
II iw l.k
J&rjM rlnl f, m I'nrrliii I'm In.
IkKTnN, Am. U, Mi,riiA Davh.
Sei 1 jo. C l!rewrr& Co.,aBii.
llHKlilKM, Haw. l.k, loLAM.
Oct i (. II lla.Lrl.l S, f ..
IIkkmkn, Haw. l.k, Kalii. , '
Stpt 13 II. Ilackfelilft Co., agii
1 .nxr., C.rr. U, I'miio
loa.lmg, July 4
lllimIT. Am. I.klhe. AtnMlTnu
for Maluikniia. now .!.. II t It IV. .,.
lllMM.l.ur, Am trrn, Makv Duix.k I'aul
Now due VV il.ler K Co., nct.
l.lvrKitHH, Urn. I,k, (jLUNOAnni Ulcliaid
hc 1 35 yi.
I ihwioi, llm. l.k, Uliock Swiciolawiki
rn uil aluut Aue 30. 'I. II llavie & Co., acu.
Nkw Cavti r, nsw. Nic. l.k.KtMijcn. Iloies
Urvt YOKk, Nor. l.k, HiAcm
Ocl 15 Jcx Lnllle & Co,,ke, antl.
l'nliT ItiAkltlY, Am. I,klnr, Amklia.
f 1 15 70. Allen K Kolmiwti, afilt.
I'liaTliAMlUK, Am Lk, Cahiifn Oilier
(f,,r !haiwia,) mow due. It, K K Co., acii.
I'okt Oahiilf, Am l.k, Knurvr QufKN .Winding
Sew 10-15 HacUeld & Co., agin., lumber for
Wilder & C.,
PoKrtiAMiiLK, Am. Ik, M r Smith, (for Malmko.
in,)Se,l 10-15. II K U Co., atl., liimUr for
Wilder A. Ctk
San I KANtltrn, r i .s. Clr or Sviinkv
Se a. II llackfcld&Co., njlu.
Sam I HANcmn, llr l,k, I.ia Laiiimih
Now due Itrewrr R. C., acll.
Ur MrchAKi.i, llm. , . Hansa .
Sepl 5 10.
HuiiHji.iir, Am Mh Ci au SrhKChFL
(rir Kaluilul,) now tluc.
I'okt Oahiiilk, Am Ikiue Klikitat,
Sell 10.15. II llatkfeldCo agiv,
San l-KANCiMt, n, a. , St k .
Set 16. V (!. Irwin Jk Co., aclv
San rRANCtwo, r m b. s. Aitstkaiia
Sej jo If llackfeld&Co.aKU.
San I kancimo, Am Ikme Iiu.oery .
Se4 1590. II. HncLf.U .1 Co.,al.
San rKANCiv.11, Am l.k. II W AiMt ,
Sei ifo. Cattle ftt Liwke, at;t.
San I hanusco. Am kIi Anna McCvlmicii
Se4 15 . VV Ci I.WIN ft. Ca, afl.
I- umkKa, am Aug. to. Am. lern Kva; lienee July 18.
PtlHt Tuwnicm, arr All,;. 11, Am Likne Amelia,
Newhall; heme July 90. Au 14, Am. Lkttie (Irace
KoWrtt, Olevrfi, lieiKC July ao
San 1i:i, arr Au 9, .Haw. Ik. Ktlakaua,
Miller hence Julj 14. Am. I,k II VV. Aim), frre
man, hence Jul) 15 Aiu 10, Am. l,klne Discover),
l'elllmaii J heme tidy 18. Am. bktue J. I). Srf-cck.
let, rnes, mi ikivft from Kaliului Aur 14, Amrftc.li
, McCulIixli ajill)irrom Kaliului.
SniKPN, June ajt in hi o 7f 11 ; long , 30' w
tk. MartltA Uivu from llot.ton 10 lint putt, wil
lu ifalUnt liUvt sune.
The S. S Ilanvi, from Si. Midiarl, W now neail)
IlieCermanUiik Adolpli It it llie foot i.f S S like
like'n doik, halW.11111.
the Hawaiian hiiftaullne l'omare, Drew, arrived
Mtely al Cull 10, 011 Jul) 19th
'Hie American talk Vmerald Uat ihe foot of Foil
fttiret, diftch.irj;in a largo of lumber
I lit tlermin lark lonef-i luft dimJurgrd her cargo of
coal and Imuled out in the ftlrcam.
ITi whaling Utik Wanderer it fitting out at New
lledford fur Antic whaling tcrvice Att.
Hie brig-inline J D Sjweikelt, rnis tadetl from
San KraiKiM.'o, Aug 13, for Allata, Ia I'ureka
1 he Wiganliiie Convurto Iiat hauled to the Kit lanadc
to load for Siati riatnlMM, lo tad on Monday net!
'Wie turkeiiluie Kureka it at the 1- kplanade, load
ing fur San riancitco, lotadaUmt Wednevlay nexl
'Hie Auitriian tern Jat. Towntend aaded for Hum
Uddt on Wedncvla) lat, where ftlic will reload lumlr
fM llil. port
Ihe Clttclayoaititctl In ioft )et4rtvb), 4) dayt from
Newcastle, N S VV , llh a load of coal, consigned to
llackfeld & Co.
Ilie I'. M S. S. City of Sydney may Ik looked for
from Sun rranhttco al any time after noon to-day, with
ten ila) Uler newt,
Tlie Ainciican laikenliiie Klla ltal Jiauled to Urewcr
rV Co.. wliatf, wlicie theali now loading for San r ran
C1.CO, lo tail altoul the middle of nctt week.
Tlie !, M, S S. Auaralia aimed from the Colontet
laa bui.tay miort, cu toute for Sail rancico, fornluch
jrt the wiled Al o p. In., carr)i"g a Urge number of
uaucngelt. ... ,
Among the Ule4 trausfere nude at the cu&tom houte
are the Hliooner Kotarlo, (f io,6rAoo,) and the brlgan
tine Cuutuelo, ($ll,Jjj.oo,) lo the Oceanic huanidiip
Aug. 19. the Alatka Coinniercut Comtiany a
St. lUul armed toxla), tringuig down Ihe
iimL rrew of tlie whaler Sapplio, wretked Ut4
May in llehrlngt Sea.
Tn IkiiWi balk Oberon arrived off the port lart
WediMMtlay ttenlng, lljdayt frwn UverpooL Captain
Harvey maket hit time hretir regular, and hit vetwl
hull neat and trim. She hat doike.1 al the old Slcani.
tl.ip vtharf, when ah It now dlKhargiug a general
caiv Vcntigned la Mtun, T. It Delict Jk Co.
"lite Hawaiian Ituk Kalakaua anived from San Iran,
citcu, 1.1 lliurtday laa, rmlhcf lineipecledly, a. til had
IkiI antveu al oan rraitkitco tnni tit mm nhhki ieii
Auf olltk Mie letiigt one (wee. laier newt. aieM.
I. C Meriill It Co., ul San rnmitto, and Nm K. A
L l,.rr & Co.. of Ilonolulu. dete rte credit for the dlf
pitch ihey te their inxk Ihe Kalakaua hat dotled
li Itiewer jk Co.' wharf, where the i now dinhargiiMr
a iteneral cargo.
Tlie AUtka again leattlier own Lett record. Tim
lliitith S. S. AU1, of the ( umo line, arritetl at New
oik, Jul) )olh, after nuking iImi fattea wctlward trip
011 tectetl, ar.l kuriKtating her own wctiout rcuiaikabl
luwugea. She left I iterpoul on July id. ijwrentlmn
I l Ihe lal, and arrlied it the Sandy Hook Itai at j a.
ol July .' making in tnajE in te" ,-ls i"u
ot and lu Kiiuutce. Her tlay luua are at follow 1 !
tday.JJJt tefwvd,4l( third. -, fourth, 415;
k, 4ll tilth, 4i tetenln, JlJ.
tan IranciH'o. tier Katikaua. Am 11 l
l.allifoid, S N C.udbaiik, r. Hcall), ( Walton, Kapa
kau, atkl 13 mine,
rruut Autkland. e I M S- S. AuJtaua. Aug tj -
Mr K Duiii V)ni la.be. Allied IKinn, lohn Burrow,
Mi lluiruw. Andkliu llturow. tin M Atkew. Mil
Wll Jrdlutt, Urttai Cordon, tlaron ton llulow 116
lu traAuru. jjr
llwai WlnJaarJ frui. per U.lud, Sept. Kev II
ItuwUaui. Kee J KauhanM4hi lUughter, J CI regoUn.
II CMcU,.., MU. Mclid)t.Uet Walker. C A
Van Nuetrand. A C and Henry Akaauder. IV llaler,
Mnkjoy, B N and and J It N Wlogaicaud yiou
lui Wiudwaid lett. lr I JketAt. Au t IN
WilglK. H UurtiweM. I KuMiKiaiiii, Mitt If 1-aJJ,
MJiTikila, W aU'I. Sve,ir, MltalegiW
UttTn I. Kkkaid, Un but. H l KuikaaTj
su.a 1. &. Mi
Ita U M Utrkeatun, K W.ILue. Mitt
t nftT-nii -. " fciW'aad daugbtce, Mitt A Kv
tar Kitauea How, Aug. il-Wi I'eu
and MauL pet Uaua, Au iL-alii W
a J. A latatulitiig. Aug f. U
) . I'ui Kianlill.
1. 1 htiT5C
; .ror au ttauo-.,
J Joace. J JgUwa
mp,w j ri
r or Kauai, per C R nfmp uu s, I kaltolfcn,
II FoTie, r Itam, Mt II lxMvynt (Wo V Ktirjces
Mr llimit am! thiM, A S MtCuIlen, II Fennent, (wv
lo San rancico, hy S. S Aiuirali.i, Aug tf -!r
O Slumming wife ami three children, J MamUt Col
Jitdil twn ind ilitighter II J I-eey. 5lrt W Horner
ami two children, Rl I'hilhrM. I I jngfrinann, J II
Atherton anl two cniMren, lrj II lemi, S Roth,
non 1 .noir. imiinami tutiznier. 11 i-e, .miu m a
imumiki. .Mi iki ir iannir, mjh ami mm:(iiii((n
ter, V V loler, O koechlin and wife- A II Soemer,
W Htigt kpru Iovrll, kamanohe. fathew 1'iiau,
ALt. rm Snrrieer. ir . II r f.LioV U A Marfie. fr .
Ceneral Comly, wife, ton and tUnghtrr, Col W r Allen
ami wife, J A Rjan. f M Andervm, J CchniiThm, Wm
-wirreii, niroweii, i wi row ell, KUreil, N
RohrUrk, II he, I' Milhken, ( kncUr. J rairhtirn,
A llouffhton, K II Morrion wife ami vm, S Mckeagiie,
W Ihut II f.Minlc. A Ihifffftn. MrtAfl Itrrwpr
ami daughter. C flertr, W Kerrigan, W II Page. II
If. ..If... Ilfil. . t If .11.-..-. ti. .....-..
o A Co.
Irom Sj-dwyanl AncLIarHl, ci I S S Au.tratu,
I I Ir g mi
(i V M
iiif r-C T ruhel. U Aliolo. ami It S Irecolan.
a tmlr eth, II Hackfcld &Ln, j rig addler;
( W McratbnrK Co.. 40 c. em, o Iwim tip'.
(. t I... I - . 1 - .i.. a
randy; J l (tin in tk Li).. 1 lie mdej C Itrewrr
A ( o, tMk. pofatoc. II Alayft CortVMV patatoe
5 lmei nnyt M S (trinlnunt A Co., I hot jriv
ereigrr, () Irwin ft Co, 1 Iwx jj aovercign.
.nniinn r. v-ii,i a -, iiiuw. w .-.
Fn San rranciVo, e Australia, Aug a; y,fn
IIm. Migar, 4.f7 IIk wool, if c. ofnum, 14 l. Ulel
lf-arfS 641 Uulie Umms 6 en. effects Dom val
ll 414 5"
10 in rra nrtvo,
ei J A lulkinhnrg Aug
184,16711 Migar, 365 llw, coffee, i$i,nt rite Mom
val $n,8ji 17
CVmvan In thit cit, Aug ttlh 188 to the wife f
jame oan, a mii.
i ii 1 1 1
HfHTON In Hottohilu, Aug 17th, fJeorge A Item
ton, m native of Calais Maine, aged 47 eart.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMDEK ., Mi.
Atl matter for tlie Saturday Prt iliouM tie
aditrMd to tlie SATURDAY PRESS."
OUR SAI UTATOX.
'I'o day the Saturday Press makes
its bow to the puhlic, clothed in a new
dress, Imt from the same platform on
whidh it has stood from the date of its
During the past two years it has
been published at the office of the -waiian
Gazette, and the thanks of the
staff are due to the proprietors of that
paper for their courteous co operation
during its initiatory period. The public
has appreciated the advantages of an
outspoken paper like the I'ki.ss, and so
liberal has been the support that it is
now deemed advisiblc to open an office
of its own, with a complete outfit. The
size of the paper has been enlarged to
eight columns, the latter changed to
standard measure and increased in
length. We have endeavored to make it
a neat paper typographically, and trust
that the result of our efforts will be ac
ceptable to our friends.
In other respects the change will be
less noticeable. While no pains will
be spared to make the Pki.ss a news
paper worthy of the name, it will follow-
out the editorial policy adopted at its
mcipiency and continued to the pres
ent time. It will always advocate and
uphold measures calculated to redound
to the public welfare, and shall unhesi'
tatingly and unsparingly criticize and
condemn measures of doubtful expedi
ency or of pronounced hurtful tendency.
As in the past it shall also speak its
mind regarding public men the ser
vants of the people as well as of
measures. Personal feelings, should
such be entertained, will not bias the
opinion of the I'ki.ss on any subject.
It studies the good of the public and
will continue to support any desirable
movement that will add to the prosper
ity of the country and the happiness of
Thanking the public for the liberal
bestowal of its patronage in the past,
it shall bo our endeavor to continue to
merit the same in the future.
OUA' COURSE Al'l'ROl'ED.
The universalapprov.il that has been
expressed at the outspoken attitude of
the 1'kkss relative to the existing state
of Hawaiian affairs, as expressed here,
is echoed lck from the length and
breadth of Hawaii's domain, indicating
truthfully the desire of the jieople to be
ritl of wrongs and abuses of iovver in
The Smukiiay Prkss was instituted
for the defense of the interests of
these islands, so that the voice of the
icople should lie heard as against the
appointment of adventurers, tools or
conniving politicians aspiring to cabinet
ower, where the interests and inde
pendence of the country could be jeop
ardized. That we have attained to a
very outsokcn course we deeply de
plore, for the necessity thereof indicates
a spirit of defiance by the authorities,
and their evident intent to continue
their measures with a high hand, and
treat with contempt the voice and wish
of the cople. To look Uon this K)p-
ular outcry against the spirit of dcsot
ism that we are rapidly drifting into,
as the views of a few disapointcd office
seekers, as the organ of the Premier
designates it, is to acknowledge their
inability to conduct the affairs of state,
or interpret the will of the (K-ople,
when as a fact, the joining of our
Wednesday foreign and the two Satur
day native coteinporaries, show conclu
sively that they realize this to be no per
sonal opposition, but a fight for tlie
The people have indicated their dis
approval anil want of confidence in
this growth of autocracy, and sec with
solicitude the inabilities of ruin to
the cace ami prosjKrity of this King
dom, and vet it would seem as if the
plain seech of the past few days is not
to be beetled, but that other and more
vehement expressions or actions must
be adopted. We do not wish to le
considered alarmists, but the facts are
plain that those whose interests are cen
tered in this country do not intend to
sit idly by and see the revenue and
taxes from hard earnings squandered
away in royal follies, or through minis
terial imbecility or connivance' We
want good tjoveromsHt, and k'u our
right to tmu it. Innsintith as the
King on the 13th of I-cbrunry, 1875,
on tnkmg hit oath of office sworO
in the "presence of the Almighty
Clod to tnnintnin the Constitution of
the Kingdom whole and imiol.ite, and
to govern in conformity therewith,"
the people who elected him have the
right to demand th.it that oath be kept
"whole and inviolate," and that good
government he accorded to them, and
it is no treason for a long suffering and
and injured jK'oplc to assert their rights
in this matter.
MSTAKXO Till: l'OI'Ut.AR VOICE.
'Ihe Gibsonum organ is still wont to
reiterate its thread-bare assertions that
the only opposition to the existing Min
isterial policy is to lie found among a
handful of "sorehead" politicians who
arc dissatisfied at the present order of
things only because they happen to be
among the "outs." The unanimous
expression of opinion elicited at the
farewell dinner to the retiring Ameri
can Minister, General Comly, has been
sufficient in the minds of all thinking
persons, to at least establish the falacy
of the assertion made by the J'. C. Ad-
reitiset' that the policy of the existing
Administration was in harmony with
the views, and supported by a large ma
joiity of the community, both Native
and Foreign. Inasmuch as the ques
tion of the advisability or not, of squan
dering public money in ostentatious
parades and useless objects, which can
bring no other return than an increase
of taxation, is that, the proper settle
ment of which concerns us most, it
would be well to make the solution of
the question dependent upon the ma
jority opinion, expressed in an orderly
way. This has been done by the news
paper press of the country, and we hold
that the guagc of popularity in which
opinions are held, is the amount of sup
port accorded to the particular paper
expressing those opinions. A newspa
per that runs counter to public opinion,
must as a necessity, subside and event
ually become extinct. To such as are
alive to the necessity of reform in the
policy of government, it is encouraging
to find that there is a general concur
rence of opinion among the newspapers
of the place ; and that the exception to
this concurrence is to be found only
among such papers as are issued from
the office of the P. C. Adiettiser the
controling interest in which is generally
understood to be still held by a Cabi
net Minister, and the business of which
is largely dependent upon government
support for its continuance. The na
tive papers, such as arc able to exist
without the pecuniary aid of govern
ment, arc equally strong in their ex
pressions of disapproval at the present
conduct of affairs with those pub
lished in the English, and it is fair to
presume that they are receiving the sup
port of the majority of Hawaiians in
the opinions expressed. All this ex
pression of public sentiment has been'
made in accordance with Article 3d of
the Constitution, and we trust that the
government will not be so utterly foolish
as to contemplate for a moment any at
tempt to break down this bulwark of
freedom. Article 3d, reads as follows f
" All men may freely speak, write, and
publish their sentiments on all subjects,
being responsible for the abuse of that
right, and no law shall be enacted to
restrain the liberty of speech, except
such laws as may be necessary for the
protection of His Majesty the King and
the Royal Family." No sjiecial enact
ments under this clause have ever been
made; they are not necessary, and we
doubt if they ever will be.
The present condition of policical af
fairs in this kingdom merits careful and
thoughtful consideration. It is not a
time for unwise counsels or rash actions.
There is ample cause for complaint on
the part of tax-payers, native and for
eign alike; they have an interest in the
welfare of the country second to none ;
it is their duty to speak out plainly and
their voice should be heeded by those
whom they have chosen to serve them.
The people are the nation, and if they
be oppressed in any way through a wil
ful disregard of their just rights, or
through criminal negligence on the rt
of the authorities, such action, or want
of action can only serve to projiel the
country toward the brink of ruin. Rash
ness and stubbornness are to be depre
cated, either by the Government or the
people. It is true that the immediate
future of this little kingdom, at the pres
ent moment, docs not wear a tranquil or
pleasing aspect, although we believe
tftat after the storm, if come it must,
the Islands will become more prosper
ous than IxMbre. There are fatal de
fects in the method of the administra
tion ofthis Government which should Ik
riuhted which must be righted- Of
late a flavor of autocracy has been no
ticeable, and its growth has already as
sumed alarming proportions. This
idea must be discouraged and its growth
suppressed Governments arc instituted
for the good of the eoplc, and not for
that of the rulers alone. "Country"
stands 'first in the heart of the patriot,
and the office of chief magistrate should
be respected by all incumbents, and so
highly tliat no action should be suffered
to disgrace it.
The Government must he wisely
and honestly administered if the coun
try is to be prosperous, and any neces
sary change to produce this desirable
state of affairs will certainly meet the
approval of the jK-ople. This country
must keep its place in the march of
progress, and the custom, regulation.
law, coHStkutiotul provision or public
offkial that cannot be retained In place
without detriment to the country at
large, must be allowed to drift to the
rear. It is to be hoped that those with
whom lie the power of righting these
wrongs will rcalirc the true state of af
fairs. The opinions expressetl through
the columns of the local press, (and the
majority of the papers are unanimous
m their views), by the speakers at the
dinner on the j.jth ult., and by indi
viduals on the streets, plainly indicate
the drift of the people's thoughts. The
gentlemen who answered to the toasts
at the dinner alluded to, are well known
in the community ; men whose interests
arc identified with the country and who
arc not prone to " fly off the handle "
at nothing. They were unanimous in
their expressions, and spoke with noun
certain sound, and their words are echo
ed by people of all nationalities and
conditions, from Hawaii to Niihau.
A ll'A'OXC FROM THE HEGISWING.
It would seem suitable that the
Itoartl of Kducation should nominate
the Hawaiian youths who are to go
abroad for their education at the public
expense. Hut such is not the fact.
Nor does there seem any proper test of
fitness in selecting those who arc sent.
Wc understand that of the seven whom
the King has sent off under the charge
of the Lord High Chamberlain, three
were from Punahou School and three
from Iolani College. Wc are informed
that of these one is very deaf and with
both eyes effected by something like
catcract; another, it was testified in
court recently, is a minor poscsseil of a
large and valuable estate. We arc also
told that Judge I,ota Kaulukou, who,
in the session of '80, was pronounced
in his opposition to unconstitutional
measures, but in the last session voted
in favor of the King's projects, expects
to be sent in October, under the same
appropriation. It is a little remark
able, that when in view of the present
complication it would seem specially de
sirable to do nothing to injure the chan
ces of a renewal of the reciprocity treaty,
that these persons should be sent to
England and not to the United States.
It i,s with the States that the Hawaiian
Islands must have their closest connec
tion, and it would seem advisable that
those who arc to be educated abroad
should be made acquainted with the
business and social life and interests of
the United States, rather than that of
European countries. Looking at this
matter from the initiation of the project
in iSSoupto the present time, it js
proving itself a wrong from the begin
ning, and unless some qualification
feature as to the fitness of candidates
be a matter for consideration by a dis
interested committee like the Hoard of
Education, the whole affair will prove
but another fraud on the patient tax
A SOP TO CERBERUS.
Our venerable contemporary is wrong
again: there is no lamentation "about
Government printing patronage; as
though it were absorbed and monopo
lized by some greedy press enjoying
Government printing patronage, it is
true, may be lamentable, but the local
press cannot be characterized as gree
dy; and even if it were greedy we
would like to know what enjoyment is
to be derived from official favor? It is
written, " Put not your trust in princes."
Official favor is not likely to satisfy the
press of today; hence the mirth which
our misguided contemporary mistakes
for mourning and the laughter which it
Possibly the " 7'iser" would have
lamented had the official favor, such
as it is, lccn withdraw n from it, for it
cannot afford to loose anything : possi
bly it would have prated of " mono
oly" and "greed" and boasted of a
fictitious circulation, in a vein calcu
lated to fill the hearts of the official
favorers with the bitterest regret. The
" 7'iser" knows how to do this sort of
thing in a very pretty and pathetic
' When the "Tiser" says that "the
parties in power have not shown them
selves thin-skinned" it is quite correct.
Had the parties in ower been in the
slightest degree thin-skinned, or had
they been endowed with a skin of the
average thickness had they, in brief,
been clothed in an article of somewhat
finer texture than that of the rhirioce
rous they would not " have done those
things which they ought not to have
done, and left undone those things
which they ought to have done," and
this desirable end would have lccn
gained by reason of the stings which
have again and again been visited upon
them by the ever vigilant legitimate
True, O, " Tistr I " " it is hardly to
be expected, and-hardly human that
ministers should be anxious to patron
ixe prints that are only inspired by er
sonal spite and unreasonable opposi
tion." No one desires them to do any
thing of the sort; but if two foreign a.
pcrs, with necessarily limited circulation,
arc to be suckled by the government,
why should not two native papers hav
ing a much greater number of readers,
as these divided in their politicnl scnti-
1 mem s, lc permitted to refresh them
selves with parliamentary pap? y
Our contemporary, above mentioned,
flatters itsself lhat the disgust of the
" outs " is mere spite, and tliat all oppo
sition isunrcasoning ; but there is such
a thing as opposition to imosition
which is reasonable to a degree, as any
one verstl in the litical history of a
nation knows upon which .banner vie
toty is likely to perch whn tboaa-de
menls come together in the final, the
That the " Wednesday foreign jour
nal receives its share of government pa
tronage without any consideration of
its politics " is a mere sop to Cerbe
rus," and Cerberus is not likely to be
long satisfied with a sop.
A KIND I'AREttEU..
General James M. Comly, late U. S.
Minister Resident to the Hawaiian
Islands, departed for the States with his
family by the steamship Australia,
which sailed last Sunday evening. Dur
ing his residence hereof five) ears Gen.
Comly has made a host of friends among
all classes of people and all nationalities,
and has received the universal respect
which his conduct has merited. His
countrymen will remember with pleas
ure the course he has pursued in his
official capacity on trying occasions
here, as well as at congenial gatherings
when affairs of state were laid aside.
The General ami family carry with them
the warm aloha of many friends who
wish them a pleasant voyage, anil all
happiness and prosperity in their old
home in Ohio.
WISE AND OTHERWISE.
The coromtion i announced for the 12th of
l'dinnr)- next. It In hem uggctcd thit the
HI of April would hen more apptopiiilcdi).
A gentleman asked a witty friend the other
day what officiil would conduct the coromtion
ceremonies. "The coroner, of course," wa the
The new furniture for Ihe Palace I said lo
lie so far short of expectations and appropriate
ncss tint the old will lie brought again into scr
vice. No money wasted on the Palace i oh no!
Two or Ihrcc innocent parties have been ac
cuscd of writing over the signature " Uhiq" in
the eolumes of ihe '. C. A. We tlo not won
dcr lhat they did not feel at all flattered, and
simpathizc with them sinccrel).
Notwithstanding the report that a Cabinet
meeting had been held to discus the advis
ability of suppressing the newspaper thit are
not afraid to speak out Ihe opinion of the peo
ple, wc have received no officiil notification
that proceedings are to be taken against us.
Another result of careless Ugishtion is re
ported to lie found in the Two Million Loan Hill,
wherein no provision i found for the pavment
of interest. Any pirt) taking up the loan,
or any portion thereof, must wait till next ses
sion for the interest, inasmuch as no monies nre
to be expended hereafter except for the objects
for which they have been voted. So they say.
The '. C. A.., speaking of the drain being
dug in Kaahtinianmi street, sajs "It is admir
ably arranged so as lo carry off any 'weak,
washy, everlasting flood' that may result from
any 'stopping over' in that vicinity." Wcarc
quite read to beleive this, seeing that it is be
ing extended to the head of the street, near the
office of our venerable contcniorray.
" Opposition to the Palace Party" is a good
name to lie known by and we arc willing toac
ccpt it, for as matters arc understood in this
community it means opposition to everjthing
lhat has emanated from the Palace for j ears, all
of which ha licen to squander public monc)'lo
satisfy a morbid craving for pomp and show,
or the removal of any barrier tint would lie a
hindrance thereto. Yes, long as the mine is,
it is quite comprehensive.
The public want to know, and with justice,
how much of the Post Office business is to lie
conducted with the view of affording the accom
modation for which it was established, and how
much for the convenience of its large salaried
but jwVr-ficial hcatl whose absence from his
post of duty is proverbial. Under the former
rts;imt mails closed one hour prior to vessel's
advertised lime of departure: Now it is two
hours, with an hour earlier on papers and reg
istered parcels, the result of which is that the
consignee' bags are getting to be a more im
Why tloc it fall to Kahkaua to pcrietrate
the most glaring folly of a coronation, when
according to our would-be rojal historim the
idea had been entertained by Hawaiian Kings
before him, but set aside? Ilecause in all the
cabinets from Kauikeaouli down, there ncv er
has liecn the low, designing, pandering to ro) al
vanities that there i now, nor one who even
suggested the King making such an exhibition
of himself till he fell under the wiles and mach
inations of Walter Murray Gibson. To this
personage liclongsall the blame for the expense,
and for the ridicule which will hound this thing
to earth, or immortalize the folly licfore all the
nations of the world.
In many was, in small thing a well as
great, this government seems to 1 drifting
towards absolute tlcsiolism. The total disre
gard of the withes of Uilh foreigners and na
tives Ii becoming daily more anil more ap.
jiarent. Kach of these little things to which
wc allude, collectively amounts to something
worthy of note. We shall instance onei Wc
have a very small, but, still, valuable, collec
tion of Hawaiian curiosities preserved ino little
toom which we ate pleased to call a "Museum."
The recent legislature appropriated $J,ooo to
be devoted to securing objects of interest for
said museum, The money could not lie avail
able unlit ten da)s after the publication of the
Appropriation Hill; and )ct this appropriation
in the cuttody of the Ministry has, we arc in
formed, been cxvcnded (with the exception of
Jjooor $400). Now, we would like vciymuch
to know to what purpose. A vi.it to the mu
seum fails to discover anything new .in fact, it
don't look as if even a dollar hail been sent
on a much-needed feather duster, to which Ihe
collection appears to be an entire stranger.
An incident occurred at I.I.Um, while King
Kalakaua was there on his around-thc-world
tour, which, token in connection with the large
appropriation for the 'army' was peculiar, jo
say the least. The troopsof the King of Portugol
were Wing reviewed by IIU Majesty and guests,
and the Lord Chamberlain, Col., the Hon. C.
Hastings Judd, being in conversation with the
King of I'otugal, 1 1 is Majesty enquired as to the
Hawaiian army. The Col. leplicd, winking
furiously, fur be It known he has an "impedi
ment" in one eye: "Well, the fact l our army
just al prevent U .J very Urge; In fact we rely
on our volunteer corps!" "Aha, "said I IU Maj
esty, "then your volunteer force muit be Urge!"
"N-io,"aI4 the Colonel, "not very Urgei no
ah vc ah we are a very peaceable people."
"But I see lar sums voted for the army.''
" Ves we iMtmJla AUw avciykrgearrny Kton."
"Ah, I tec," replied Rex. All the '4 hir the eye
wis kpt so. c-omunlly inking, lhat ihe King
atkiMUbf ofhkguctlt if Ihe Coluatl wa
BotctnBnsthhn? Kaacy Col. J udj chiUnst, 7
Many queer rumors tire all(rit conccrinr; pin.
wetl procccilinf anil change In tlie prjlitic.il
The Eltlt, the (Jibsoniin nilive orpin,
cliaractcriic the truthful tittctences of the t7j.
tttli and 1'rfss as 11 trcawinilile.
Tlicic may lie profit, temporarily, in liclong.
lug to tlie I'aI tec iwtt) , hut llictc ie no honor in
It, anil the indication arc llitt all that sonic peo
ple ate found there for i to feather their own
nest, and the) arc mote rf;al heart thtnlhiKe
who arc ounpokcn again! the wrong' inllictt.il
The '. C. A. of vcMcrdiy contained an ar
ticle ignctl liy I', I Clatke, and concluding
afollous! "lt')c"trincc I mopped the office
floor willi anjone, and I don t want to hegin
agiin." We don't liclietc Mr. Clatke doe
want tolicgin agiin, for an oppottunil) wav
offered shottlyaftcr the mucof the tapcr, which
lie filled to cmlitacc.
It i gcncnllj rumored lliit intitition to
uilnrthc coiomtion hive Ken extended to
the virion l!uniiean and Asiatic Hit(.ntatc
and officii!. It would icrhip l a well lo
extend our cotittcy to ome of our ncitcr
ncighlwt of the Pacific if it i intended to
lute it duly apprcciilctl none could tnjoy the
pigcant more thin lliosc to whom il inignifi
cencc would lie a tirptle Thakimlnu,
Malietoa, and Ihe King of Ilularitari, might
need a pattern of the crown.
Wc understand, ami the fact In licen hinted
at b) a contcmiiorary, tint an order In been
issued by the King ami countersigned b) the
President of the Hoard of Health, nuthntmng
the removal of Mr. Williim Sumner from Ihe
I.cpcr Settlement at Kaliwao to the Hospital
at Kakaako, Wc arc not aware tint inter
ferences if this nature with the workings of Ihe
executive, arc included in the constitution as
among the prerogatives of Unvalty. The petty
details of lluicau hail better be left to the
officer thereof. R(i)alt) should engage ifsclf
more with the study of principals, not with the
mmipuhtions of atom.
COMPOSITORS WANIH) ONE OR TWO
ihin Coinpcitttors wauled at the Sasuhiiav I'his
Ottice; must Iw tijhrr, reliable men; no others need al
1 1), to CIO COI.IIV, rorenun
ONOLULU CLOTHING EM
porium. To make room for a Nr.W CONSIGN..! hN T of
on tliewiy from t UKOIM , tlie present Mock will t
old tryt$nUiMM of font.
A M MEM IS, 104 Fort Street,
Honolulu, II I.
ONOI.UI.U CTOIIIINO r.Ml'OKIU.M,
No 104 Foil Slreet, Honoluiii, II. I
Millinery and Dressmaking
'Connected vtith the premitcs.
A. M. MF.I.LIS, Proprietor.
TMPORTANT NOTICE I
Having pucrchavd the lankrupt Hock
of M IS Corrcia, 1 am no prepared lu utter In
Lailiei', Oem'ft-aiid Children's
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Superior Itargaint FOR CASH. Kvery desrri4ion
and quality. Call early to obtain the ihuice Lotft.
,T. II. JjYXVH,
No. 88 King; Street.
Aie wanted for tuildint o line of M one and concrete
Fencing on the lo fronts of tlie Nuuanu Cemetery.
II11W fur the
areasled for to 1 opened on SATURDAY, SEPT.
jui iuiiiiu fcicviiiciivii Letu u-c nrru ui
the office of JOHN H. I'AIY,
Secretary Nuuanu Cemetery Al'n
Honolulu, Aut; 31,1683. toj 21
T H. NORTON Co.,
No. 13 MAUNAkKA STRtKT,
Mors mhoetitff,likurm removed ami ultktml
of JirirXiA H'urfulotte tuutilrr.
Carriage making ami re -airing done by competent
workmen. Mr M. Murray, well Lnowti for bi kuiwr
lor work on carriages, will Im found here. The bc-4
lutme fchoer In the country worls at ihU place, loj-r
ENGLING & CO.
Ilie ftuWribcri, finding their j-renioui space totally In-
hkuuiIii cu (.any ui. i.tcir urciy MK-TcauMg
bulne, found it ncceuary lu enlarg
their Store, In tdtr lu faclUtat
lite bliowing of an iw
rucriM, uoik of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special attention It calle4 l the f.ilUvyiii
ctlutits now on turut:
ALVA R A DO STOVES.
NfcW I'ARAOON RANOKS,
Suitable foe plantation Ute, live ceteUalet! " NIMItt.t.
bfOV.- ana "HAIIV MAY RANUr.."
tet iu UkV, ttitli hut ttatcr attacliwcnitt Coir Loil-
ert, of every detcripttun, Mue lo or Jer X Irui
flpnig all tlict -LeaJ Pll-r, Iron and
llrau Ctkt and nltiogt ' alto
A MW atjrU f Bawiag MUr,
It it nut necettary to cfiumeraie our taotli of IIN-
WAtJ:., at te are uetttred lo uiptJireteiy
Mute In lite trade, an.) at fklCtb
10 hUll III r. TIM Li
C A Ci lltauL ilxii paliont lor lU LUral iuvt
aotofded lleut during lite ttl, four years, and ar lb.
unte lime rutild tutc Ittat ibey now ut Uuer
Botann tlttu eter to eaectoe cedert U tKcir 1mm of iade.
Order. fiU. Ike ether ItUnb UUd aitd uronly
CD. IIOFPSCIILAEGER ft CO.
Offer for tale
Rani 1 rnnired e lurk Ohm, ami older teeenl artitatt
urn. nvtts, siinvR nut-vKiri. nvr.s,
Cbff-e Itig., Ilrt,ilns IIUKMI.I.S
talent foil r film ,! IIVKI1 WIKI-,
I R U.nten lime, ornArnen
ul Water SptlnU-rt,
NEW BRUSSELS CARPETS,
Rllgsarut Mat. China Mtllini, Cma Mailing, llrmti
Mats Inilit Kitl,tr Malt,
Colote.l VVnptiing and Printing l'a--r, t tiprinlil
Of Anther Irelfrt, Pant,
Supvi'lnr Siiuirr I'linio,
Of Klclnnl t.lrp & Soil, Slultgirt
also, surr.it nut vi.ahkts,
Ami oititr inr,
la.-iuors ami I .titters Cfcnumc Maniti Ciifirv I iirtlifr
to mirtr r U. Kale, ilue In all ht trmlr, a
Stt)tf of Vllshivv itvvv,
tn Quiriarn1 Tint.
Fttftlier to artiir, rr 1 V Iimco from New York, Jr
in an srj.'ieniiKTp
lloUHvhulil Srirhiff Mitvfitlic,
Kerosene Oil, Matclic tn Tin,
1054 For vile l Kn It(.FF,e,it afckk & Co
Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
H'reatlii'M uuil Fvuthet'H,
lt(tl Ostrich I'ldtlnis,
On this occasion I tecnlly with lo call the attention
of the lathes, lo in) mag inagmfitelit truck of
rtc, etc., lie,
Every description of Prints.
All Limit of
DRESS TRIMMINGS, LACES,
and lluttont. Ihe
Is replete with the
In Hats trimmed or until mined
A splendidly awcled uock of iJVUIrS' UNDKR-
WKAR. 1-roniiiiy long exirrience in the
land trade 1 know exactly the kind of
goods lo Milt this market, and
therefore, Iiave no old
Mock on hand
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
At etceedmaly LOW l'RICIS.
Colored Shim Willi drctted linen fi.jnll a ttecUliy.
I'olu. CIciU in aiiendince. INSI'KCIION IN
VIIKD. Corner Fort ami Hotel Street!.
ALE OF REAL ESTATE,
11V 0RI1ER OF TIIK V. h. CONSUL,
belonging lo lite Umof lU late Janiet K. I'lice, iiint
llulford, lleteated, on SAI URI.AV
at it o'clock noon, al taletroom. I oill tell at -juUh;
autlloil, ltJ Wlollig 4tty UUiiii! to ktkd
etiate, tut one
HOUSE AND LOT
mulled on I'AIJVCE WALK, foemeila rl of the
Ko)tl StltoueeuiltttMieyedty J O l,Mtiinlt
AdmliiMralor Lual. Kaiuchauiela IV. Jo IX
C. Waieriuan. and tr Ininiojai. K. I'lice.
The oro(ieily it tulject to a uotlgage
One Uece U kali an.1 lula land In Malill Valley, ad-
jounof and below llie land of II. II. )'-lf, ton.
lainuig aluut M aciet, beuic itjeliunof land
conveil to Kaiblwaby Royal I'Alent 4Sio
aadbybutiloO VV. rUihaidl and
by lite Uuer lo Jaine R. I'lice.
Ttrmil ('MaA. fWtla al JCj-jm-nw uf I'ur
K. V. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
ISS A. U, e-KKSCOTT.
Nvw 5. Kinui btr.
TEACHER Of ELOCUTION,
Met Pkuom dl U iJaaaed to uake eniytaetei
fgg pwt6 tMenimwetni or yeeete ittaew. n-,-.-.
pOR SAN IRANUSCO
the" A 1 ."avorile link
Will hive iJnicV Dttpateh fur the almre I'cet Foe
freight tie tmuee ar i.ly In
ioj I A Sltl.UTKK & Co., Agent
POR SN IRANCISCO.
Theftwtile Picket llarkenline
"K U It K KA,
, I'KNllAtlow, Matter.
VV ill hare Quick Dcioltli f ihe alwve IStrl rf
treichtotiutuneait'lrln WO IRWIN A U,
DOSrON ANI HONOLULU PALkr.T LINE.
C llrtwer cl Co oitl ditrvilch ihe llaik
"AM Y TV KXJSit,'
Prom tlotton. Ovt, l), if tulBcieu irulucenienli oflert
Onlets tltniM (o fot ir.l early in inline thlpment
for further tanioilart apilj- to C I1IU.W 'M & Co
aiiiint roil Tint mninviNn cotstims
WAII.HK, MAI OIO,
WAIOI I, JULIA, ,
WAIfllli, tt AIMAI.li,
tlr.M Ml lit! ,
Il-(1 ,-tted nidi VWnte Hall
Oueen an I Nint-inu Street
Office rtwner of
"pi Ml. rAIII.L,
STEAM KJl LIKEUKE,
Sleimer t llelike will leite Honolulu each luesilay
at 4 f ti , louchin at Lslulna, Mnaliet llai, Maliena,
Mahukom, Kaitailiie, l.aiipa)ioehoenml Ihlo
Keliirnm! ttill IoiicJiM all Ihe alme imrlt, nnlvlni
at Honolulu rich Sunili) a M
pOR SAN IRANCISCO
Tlie A 1 American Itrii-antine
Will hate Quick Ditu-itch for ihe ftlwie Port For
Freight or intvige apply to C. HRI.WKR & Co.
POR .SAN UtANCISCO,
The American ltarkentine
Will lute Quick Ditpicth for Ihe Alnte I'orl For
Freight or Tittnge npi ly lo C. I1RKW K.R Ik Co.
NI.W OKK AND HONOLULU DtUMT
9 . VroMHimtn V Jlvalher
'Hie New Yoik Agent of this Pot Mil tr line will tli
rtatrh.1 1-irM llm uwl for tin Port the h-tt of
UttoUr. Parties wishing to klnp b) tli.t Line
will tlo well iommkI jlirir ortlerly l lie next
Sin mer to Immiic their freight Wing
liken. I re 1 j; lit tatVei. At lowest rate
101-am CVS"! LK & COOKK.
pvCI ANIC sn.MSHIP COMPANY,
The At ltntih Steamer
Will Icue San Franc imto for Honolulu llm
9th Day of each Month,
Returning from Honolulu on ihe 9ml day of eich
month. Jsan rrancltco Agentt,
J 1). bl'KLCKELS h 1IROS ,
Honolulu Agenti, tat Market Si ,
Wm. . IKWlN&CV h
Nett ihior lo llatlfelil ft Co 't
Honolulu, IL L,
Of the Hawaii' FiUnd. All kinds of Keiuirmg und
lieel making executed on the muit feuenllflC prin
itrteK. At thU eitablihincttt horMa are
III the Ithclctimtlit deiarlnient all work will be turned
out in Ihe future, at m thepatl, by firtl-clatt.
We do not confine our attention to Carrlace and Muggy J &
inAking exciiiMvely Urders lor any kind ot a
wheeled vehicle rt-teived and prompllyej. eculed.
Our Utual Supply of requirements for the 1 rade.
Orders from thtt other UUnd will receive our bo.1 al
trillion io-i it
II J. NOL'IF, rROPKIKrOK,
Itecx to announce to hit friends and lUr pulrlic in gen
crnl tliat he u opened th attove Saloon where
l-roiu 3AM, till lor M, under the immediate upr
vitiun of M r Uoliert von Orlltutfcii. Ihe hiMt
Cigars, Pipes and
Chosen by a pfpu-mal mIcciioii fiom firt-ilats uianu-
faclirftes, ha Itren obtained and will b
added from time to tunc.
One of IhunwkkX lUIkescelebratetl
Is connected with lite eMaUihmnt. where (overt if
the cue- can participate.
V Initio r Hoxencraiitx
Withet to Infiimi the rublic tliat Ik U now pft pared to
receive pupil for inuruciion in
Vocal and Instrumental
Afier lite movt.Iinje'oved methods.
J'ffl..fwi.fM attended loal .boil ncaicti.
Addiett ISIDOK KOSKNCKANT7,
lliruin Imt hirrel More or llolliutr't trug M.
M RS. THOS. LACK,
No. ;q t'oitT Simar, llonotviv, II. I ,
liuKrler Arid IVealer tn
And fienuine I'AUTS, ATI ACIIMKNTS, OIL' AND
Accwl.v Aiei.i foe ihe WH 1 1 K ai
ittotiet. Aeeoi toe ine wiiiir, ann ir.
I.KJIll-RUNNINd NLW HOME
Machine, lloeard a Machine
Needles all kinda.
CcnlrtUi Silk In all color t and Suet, llarUwrt't IJneu
n.ica.1, CUrlt'a (I. N 1' MacJiioe Cotton,
Jtent for Mm lienuieea'.
Reliable Cut Paper Pattern,
And iKiUtcallont, llale(Ul
ItciotirrM, UiiHH and
Slfrf, I'owder, CaK and Meialic Cailridfet, Kefo-sne
hlovet, in all utea. Clearance tale of rioet, Cla
IliJdefi, lobatua, tie No rcaaorubM tMmt
FOR SAI I- HIE KOA WOOD lOf'tlAK.
HUtk Walnul Latk tcuaad f aliuet fotateely tit
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