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77A NATIVE WAV.S,
We rtilln Mow llimipoit oflhe tlmrRf
HRalnl Hie Ministry Uhl lirfoir llir Kin liy
llie rnminlllrc (of llilftmi), for llie mjmm nf
nmvvnlnti the Minister nf l'nrrl;n A(ulr, nml
ullli Ihl eiliiMllm wr iIbiII lttr llir irml
Irt In In" dullest liy llie iweitilc.
Ilul ll rm In it IliM llie rvile Imtegwul
teatrin fnt rtiinpl'lnl, Ikwiw llir omtn
tliriiisrWr Ale lfl In arrester llie rlntrcei
Clil tlinrt llwl srtrejririi.i,'l,r KIiiri
fut iloulilteM It U not llie riHlnm fix crlnilimlt
Mve In true Imlanm. We me nut In Miie
Ilul Inn men (llie nilnWrn) litlmiu In tint
In nfotmlanfr (villi llil itittiiiti, lli Mln-
Wry cist I tie Mimic Imnlcn of lit llmt f
vslnl llvey aieilMni; im III lq;lUliite. Till
ulilf tfni;e nf the MtnUtiy I merely Rame nf
Mitf rtnil qO'terli nflei the fnlihw of Illy lm)
Wartino r itt- wiHts m rnr iioiu,
In lil antwer In lli mnimlllec nfllililern
'iinlnl liy llie rlllreir nf I Innoliiln, Mr.
f illiton l llenl in icfjrtril In IliU (Inline. '
l,rl niir imilritirniemlirr
lhl i one of llir chief lettwm why tlicy li'niM
l truioveil finm Ihclr kmI(Ioii, nml vvli)
llicli nunncnnfiil of llir inrininriil must le
tiimtrtnneil. In tlii'lf eetlir define llir
IrcltlAtiiie they moclfllMnl " lint n 1I0II.11 of
the mlilic money thill Im icnt tvillmiit the
aiiiivnl of the legislature." Ami tin another
il.iy one of llie Minister cirlalmcil, " we
intrml In iciliice the cieiic of (ivetrinicM."
U.NJKII..IUI. ADMINISTRATION OK fllf HOV-
In our opinion llil l llie must liiconipctrnt
Ministry llie Kin,; hi vet had, heratisc when
they were awlntol Minister on the aotli nf
May, III Kx. W, M. (iNnon wa nxilnlcd
I'rrtMcnt of the llonnl of Health, ami thine
whom he clime woe npHlnlcil Member of
lliii lloinl. ArcntilliiR to the law the xivvcr
In nipnint llie mcmlier of llie Iloanl of llcnllh
resMe In the 1'iivy Council. Ilul Mr. Oitivm
after hi fishlon, illegally npiMiinlcil the nicni
lieno'llic lloinl of Ileallli aiul Ihcn week
nfler Ik-kK0' I'" '"'Ivy Council In appoint him
President, nml Ihe ollict incniliertnflhello.ini
oflle.illh. In thi action ho leil the King
aituy ami hi oath of oflicc vvnvloIatcil.
I'ARTINO WITH TIIK W'.MI.UKU CKOW.N LANIIS
What we rre.itly olijcct 'to nlmul Ihh I that
the opinion of the Supreme Court was not
obtained on lliii important matter.
ThU transfer of laml wat not ilonc
proerly but Imtlly by the .Minister, and by
cajnlini; the rcprecntatie at private mid-day
lunch, unties in Ihe house of the Minister
and at public feasts. This bill .i
the work of llie Minister.
rltl.NOINO rilK NATION INTO DKIIT,
Let the people rcmcmlier the King's Min
isters arc the cxccutisc officer of the (josi-m-ment.
They were the author of the multi
tudinous suicidal items of llie appropriation
bill for the curienl biennial period; they passed
iion the appropriation bill and laid it before
the legislature for their approsal. Ixmk at
the $Go,ooo for a special Ixnly of police on the
other Islands, $20,000 for cannon, the palace
that absorb no end of money, ami other ittm
too numerous to mention. Who is rcsiionsi
blc for all these appropriations? The Ministers
and the representatives arc rcsjionsiblc for
them only a they were led by these pcnd
TAKING AWAY FROM rilE JUDICIAL UPPARr-
MENT TIIK POWt Rt TO APPOINT (HIS-
Wc admire the Attorney General for stand
ing alone in opposition to this bill.
The statement wc make below is true; con
sider its meaning I All the representors es thai
were fed by this cabinet, until their mouths
were perverted, stent homessith ttsoorcsen
three fat billets apiece.
When Gibson ssas made Minister lie imme
diately appointed his son-in-law, Hayseldcn,
Secretary to the Hoard of Health, and raised
his salary from $300 to $l,Soo a year. This
is the, annual salary of the gosernmeht clerks
who sit from 9 A. M. to 4 p. M. t-scry day, and
some oflhem rcccise less than this. Hay.
selden is going gadding about here and there,
svhile other government employees who have
les wages than he are kept hard at work,
Twt. nt lh. Slitar!nt'nil'tit nfAt'il.r VVi.l
in Honolulu, the clerk of the same, Mr. Auk,
the district judges, the chiefs of the police,
and some other government officers ; they
rcccise much less pay than this fas oiitc.
JUe Ainu, Nov. 4, 2882.
THE REPLY OF THE MINIS1 EKS.
We published last week the resolutions,
(passed at the mass meeting in Knssaiahao,)
thus our readers are acquainted with the accu
sations against the Ministers. Let us consider
the answer ihey base made. Their anssver is
like that usually made by those who know
they liase no ground to stand on. They do
not defend Ihcmsclses from the charges made
against ihcm. Nor do they show any reason
why the accusation should lc put aside as mis
taken or untrue. They do not gise any reason
why the resolutions should fall to the ground.
On the contrary if this reply is carefully read,
it will no doubt be plainly seen that the I're.
micraud his colleagues base hidden behind
another. The fault ts charged to the legisla
ture that lately sat. The reply docs not hold
water, because the members of the legislature
were fed by this cabinet to induce them to
carry out the wishes of the Ministry. One of
the members from Honolulu spoke on this
jioint before the legislature. These were hit
words: "Hemember my colleagues whence
you arc now receiving your bread and meat."
And they did truly remember whence they
recited their bread ami their meat. Hut
when they are gone and theetil of their (the
Ministers') deeds begin to lie seen, then Ihey
lay the blame upon the legislature. ThU is a
uecr answer. A'uhIai, Nov. 4, 1SS2.
W. M. GIUSO.N AMI a. V, Pit IPO, AT TIIK
GhiH t tSNf "This is the end of Ihe
aflilr, U it not? We lure contended togclltcr
in speech and through the nesvsupr."
Pilifi) (t GihcH 'i Perhaps ko."
During the last few session of the Iglsla.
turc I have been an opponent of the minister
of foreign affairs. I lute opKvd hiiu because
of the.nuny faults of administration be com
mitted bt the late legislative session as well as
far Mttetu I lute elsewhere shqwn. Because
it iTH. impossibility for him to keep In a
'straight (tb or to stick tu Id oft-rcpealrd
&utioQ that, " he U one who loses this jica
pie, who loves Ihem greatly." Thl assertion
appeared to me inconsistent with his actions,
fut I repeatedly made propositions with 110
effect to hint u pietidenl of the Uttrd of
Malta, which will be found iccoideU in the
suinult of the Ute session of the Lcg'ulatuie of
life. It utlht luvc seemed then A i( he
urate weak because he was. new iu office, and
that whan he had become more seasoned the
wotk would get on better but to the pteMtit
lima be has remained mfuuMl and kv4
'BUriiig pf Owjko
jj3kp,talaat 1 the
giving a scry large nslaiy mil of the money ap !
lironrlatnl fur the unitary care of iheivcsipie!
In llic wjti In law
What I h doln, as ptetldcnl of Ihe board
of health, for the lienllh nf the imiple, wive
what Dr I'llcli may lie doing What I he
dnlrtg to lamp imt Ihe ills, trprnty?
' lie lalfly wilt J. M. Kapem At an
envoy In Japan In return the visit made In lids
rmtnlry by the Japanese mviiy, who was litre
iml Inng slnte, and when Kapena shall hive
Itluriiffl from hi sisil vvhat will the health of
the pfiplf liivr Ireeli profiled thereby?
'Ih mailer of ihe lint Impnitance lo be
attended lo I Ihe nihllc hrnllh, and al Ihe
Mine time lht ImKnf ll Itlhegrnile! calamity
In ihe race, and now ihal this disease It seen
o Ik apieiiillng gioilly among the original
ieof llie bind, II I of the highest liniioitaiicc
In rrk lo check thl spread, and, If ilble,
In elite the illwtise, Hut no inlttlnn It under
taken for Ihk imjiortant end. All thai la tnid
abotil ll l as follows "tive llie llawailnis
10 their dle" leprmy. Theic are grave
oien for Ihfui al Kahwao, and what milter
11 If all Ihe llatsitllaritthu perish I" 'I his It
ihe Mnt ol attention lint Oilmm, at president
of Ihe Ik .ml of health, glyn In the Military
cnmlilimi of Ihe pr-oplc. Where now It tint
grr-.it lose that filled hit moulli dining Ihe leg
lt.itisv sr4lonofylSj.S, 1HS0 ami I.SSj? It
ha snnisluil, gone, that olfspringof cunning,
Now shall the Hawaiian entrust their Uses
Into the handt nf (such a man at thlt? Con
sider these things, and let lit Milvc on In cast
him out of hi Kxllion, 'Ihe first deceiver
promised lo lend Adam and ltcalongn pleas
ant svay, ersiiadlng lliein lo forsake their fir tt
Instruction, representing that by so doing they
should doubllc be Iruly bleseil. We hive
nut suffered greatly on their account.
Our King I the Adam lo be enlrapinil by
this inin. lie make seductive approaches re
girding the coronation, Vet, he map at Ihe
ball, hi mouth I hooked, and the tax follow
as n consequence, and It will pile up until n
Ircmcndou load I lniisilfirsl, a lax of
$tfi,exx) for the coronation, and Ihcn $20,000
for entertaining the guest. ....
Ilul Ihe tutu last mentioned will not suffice
for the l.txn and more who have been invited
to conic and ssitnc the ceremony. They are
ieron of high rank, and must lie entertained
accordingly. Supposing 11 hundred prince
and princes roy.il, not to mention kings, were
In come, It would be a shame for 11 to think
of entertaining them with merely $20,000.
Wc should be obliged lo feed them on sail, a
little kukui-niil sauce (iiUmona), hiau and poi.
How would that look? No I What shall wc
do then? If wc entertain them In a manner be
filling their rank the cost will not be le-s than
a rpiaitcr of a million, or half a million of dob
... I I.m n . n .r...... ....
IV I ill., " t;lll IIIWIU.
A know this man: t understand hint from 1)1
word of hi own mouth.
First lie i a man ambitious for office.
Second lie i a revolutionist, and really a
traitor. On these jsoints 1 shall explain, and
my friend, the Hon. J, Nawahl, is my witness
lo the truth between 11.
During the ejsionof Ihe Legislature of 187S
he invited us for several evening lo his rooms
at the hotel, to listen to his conversation.
That wa a few evenings after the failure In
Ihe 1 louse of hi resolution of want of confi
dence in the (Wilder) ministry.
The first evening he manifested to us hi dis
affection toward Kalakaua. lie said "he had
lecn of great service to Kalakaua in helping
him to the throne by setting forth his royal
genealogy, and by slrongly inllucncing Ha
waiian; and foreigners, and persuading them
over in a body, but he ha not been mindful of
my service to him. At the present time we
sec the government to be very wcakj the min
isters are weak. For that reason I am ambi
tious to do something be-fore my death to make
the name of Gibson famous, so that my grand
children slull proclaim that their grandfather
overthrew this government."
Hcvvent on to narrate the story of Cromwell,
military chieftain of England, who put to
death the King and Queen (sic), and how he
conducted the government for a lime until a
new king was chosen. "If the Hawaiian peo
ple wish to do this, very well."
In my opinion, he wanted us to enter into
his disaffection and conspiracy, but his skill
anil rascality did not succeed in lK-guiling
these two Hawaiians and bringing them over
to hi plans. For llirce night he labored to
persuade us, and the burden of hi argument
svas a I have stated above, but he did not pre
vail over u.
N Oh. Hawaiians! I call tn ultne-. iht- Hilnfr
God, who saw us three in this man's chamber,
that these words in scry truth were uttered
by his mouth. Not a word of this sort pro
ceeded from cither one of us two; he alone
was the one who uttered them. When wc
had dciurtc-d we talked together about the in
famous character of this foreigner, and wc
were convinced that it was true he had plotted
against other countries and had been impris
oned for the same cause, and wc called lo
mind his cruelly to the Hawaiians at Lanal.
These utterance of Ip's lo us arc our strong
reason for firm opposition to him and for
utterly abhorring him. The great book well
asks, "Can the Ethiopian change his skin, or
the leopard his spots?" This applies to such
a man as Mr. Gibson. Gibson ts like a snake,
benumbed by the ,cold, that is laid in the
bosom of a man, which, when it becomes
warm, svill tiite the one that gave it shelter.
His character U that of a malcontent, a revo
lutionist, a rebel. He is one whom money
has power to buy over to treason.
Oh, Kalakaua, this man it a viper in the
Utoom. He daily favsns befoie jou with his
sycophantic arts, striving to ensnare you in his
net. Do not spare him. Listen lo this voice,
ihe voice of your own landt it it not a figment
of the imagination. Do not desire him, do
not be deceived by his falsehoods, invented
merely to please your sfars. Turn and heeil
the voice of the people, the otce of God. O,
Kalakaua, your safety and the. safety of your
government decnds on the people, not on a
single man, not on four men. One nun is not
the government, nor are these four men the
government, but Ihe cop!c are the govern
ment. Incline your car to ihe voice of those
who are feesling your government, supplying it
with what it necessary for Its progress for the
support of its officers and that of Iho royal
O, Kalakaua, cast this millstone into the
depths of the ocean, then the country will be
safe. Hut if you spare him we slull all meet
Establish your throne in the heart of the
people 1 gtte ear lo their voice, and cease to
put your trust iu a single nun and hit col
leagues. Keincinber, this is the voice of him
who on ihe night when the belovcsl King I.u.
ruliloilcjuited from this nation first announced
it to you, and thlt same voice is now entreat
ing you. These are the words of the great
booki "Cljoosc life, that both thou and thy
sees! may live." G. W, I'lllpo.
Honolulu, October 30, iSSi,
Tiir. kino's home.
There iu Wen a great deal of discusdou
about the actions and the saying of out King,
Ills Mily KalaKaua, in the newspapers and
at the mcelig of the citticns duiiiu; the but
two yvatv. a tome new tpapm ami la some
iittuiUUfsjtthc chiMna the King' rumt hat
txaaacaiMc of strife, t, 'if
Ihesaered fcelintj with which our ancient an
ntor were wont In Ifgard llir King has
jMcni away and cannot bynnymran i fc
vlvrd, Kalakaua It King In an enlightened rlod,
In one by no means the same (it lhat nf Kame
himrha I. InVriKghtrnrd countries llie actions
of llie Islng are freely commented upon liy the
commoners. In cotislltutlon.il monaichie the
aellorw of Ihe thronp and of llie government
are ciiniliittcd In acronlance wild llie conslltii
lion nf Ihe laml, and not according In thr com
imnd of Ihe King. 'I hat It Ihe only rojir
guide. If llir nmilulin It net ntldr, and Ihe
voice nml wish of the Islng arc mUtlltileil for
it, lhat will cans' peice lo derl from the
land, and will bring near to ll ilitluibanrc and
llie overthrow of Ihe civil light nf all.
'I he ruin of administration and of govern
ment tint prevail In enllghlennl cnunlrlc nf
Ihe glolic are the rule lhat apply In the guld
mite of Hawaii, llecaute this coniilry lias
advanrtil hepnd Ihe iinenllghlene'l stair of
governing without .1 constitution, in which the
voice of Ihe King Is Ihe only hw, ami ha be
enme a number of llnl tnlighlcnrtl brother-
Lhood of intlont In which it has bound Itself by
Irpflllea, and Ins become Ihe youiigrsf in the
family by Ihclr ready consent lo lit admission,
Hawaii cannot retreat from ll position with
out disaster lo its govrrntucnl.
'therefore, it I with deep concern, with iu
pense and icgrct, thai we, on behalf of the
loyal cltlcns who lose Hawaiian Independ
ence, look tiHn the deed of certain one who
are leading Ihe King astray In 11U according lo
hi own rsonat choice, and no! according lo
the lct or even the seiond bct Intelligence of
these fsland. ....
Not inmy ttcckx ago one of Ihe tievviiaps.rt
of this town ulleml Ihiiopinloiii "It I proier
for the Klngtoptirticipilelntheclecllon)"clc
'I hi Is a piece of advice that will bring dis
aster lo Ihe throne, if followed.
1'crliap It it not forgotten by our readers
lhat in the election tint took place here early
this year Ihe name u( Ihe King wa extensively
used, and that one ticket wa called " Ihe
King'a ticket, " Has the throne gained dig
nity and sacrcducs by this action? No. Hut
the King' name has been degraded. " ' '
liy thi action Ihe King' name Ins liccn set in
oposillon In n rtion of bis subjects, by his
contending and wrestling In the arena of
ft i proper for the mind of the nation to bc
disidcit on great questions; but If the throne
take a jiersonal slnrc In the contests of the
citizen, then the dignity of the crown will lie
degraded, and the nation svill be divided In re
gard to the throne.
In Ihe government organ printed in the Ha
waiian language, on Wednesday last ap
peared an article under the title, "What Is
vright In the eyes of the King, that is right.')
That i not the opinion of the enlightened gov
ernment of this globe. This theory i not
assented to by enlightened nations.
A'iioIm, AOn. , iSSj.
AMERICAN TRADE COMPETITION.
In a report under the caption, "American
Trade Competition," Consul Mason at Uaslc,
Switzerland, say that only those who has e been
reading the leading foreign newpaers, pam
phlets and official reports throughout Kurope
during the past two years can realize how much
attention the growth of American trade has
attracted, and the nature of the protective mea
sures winch base either been nroiioscd or
adopted to check the growing competition.
Mr. Mason savs that the orders of the British
Gosernmcnt prohibiting the exportation of
rVmcrican cattle, the French and Austrian
decree against American iork and the German
tariff decisions classifying cotton-cos end hams
as cotton goods and canned meats as hardware,
were simply pretexts, as these restrictions were
placed upon American products chiefly to break
the force of American competition and to stop
the (low of gold to this country. If Mr. Mason
is not mistaken, this rpiestion of competition
with the United States extends beyond food
product and raw materials. The time is past
when a tiling can be sneered at because of
American origin. Only a few months since
Mr. Worth, the noted Parisian milliner, pro
nounced American silks erjual to the best that
L), on can produce, and knglish and Parisian
tailors pay a tribute to American style and
finish by guaranteeing "an American fit."
Mr. Eniil de Lavalayc, the distinguished
French economist, recently said:
"America tends more and more to dispense
with our goods, because, with better educated
and more intelligent workmen, and a general
use of machinery, she manufactures as well and
sometimes better than we. I confess that
I cannot sec American watches figuring in the
shop windows at lower prices than the Geneva
ones without liecoming uneasy. The
grovvtjh of America and the advance of her in-
ilittriii t ru rr 11 tAfirsi " '
"Oiic of most notable treaties upon this sub
ject i that of Dr. I ferr, member of the Imperial
Council of Austria, and an economic writer of
wide reputation. He reviews Ihe finances,
the productive capacity of soil and mines, the
development of cheap transportation and the
political influences of an intelligent, prosperous
and enfranchised populace unon the legislation
ait, ssu I-' I "K
pf this country, and contrasts this picture of
ine mosi prosperous people intne worm, with
its small army and navy- and a constantly di
minishing debt, with the overbuidened Gov
ernments of Europe, staggering under costly
military establishments and navies which they
are as unable to abandon as they arc to dis
cover new resources in their worn-out fields
and fully-developed mines. He then considers
the effect of the competition upon the leading
countries of Europe, and concludes with the
questions, What can Europe do in self-defence?
I low shall its farmers be protected against the
cheap bteadstulTs, meals and fruits ofAmerica,
and still lisc the nconlc emnloved In Its man.
ulaturinc and industnes chcan food ? How cut
ofTthe influx of American manufactures and
still avoid losing the United States as a market
lor their own redundant wares? The eminent
economist cannot answer his own questions.
His first thought is a protective tariff adopted
by all Europe except England' against that
country and the United States. A discussion
of this proposition leads the writer to abandon
it and to vaguely fall back upon a theory of
protection lor nusiria similar to lhat 01
the United States
At birth germs' of both sets of teeth the iVw
vrary and the pirmautnt are already in the
jaw. The permanent teeth lie under the tem
porary ones, and, when the permanent ones be
gin to move forward to makelhclr.appcarancc,
they push the milk teeth out. This is the nal.
To secuie a good start for the permanent
teeth, the first or temporary ones must t recite
good care, and be kept in their places until ihe
H.-rinancnt ones push them out.
Man has thirty-two teeth. They are of three
sorts the iiuiiiirt, caiiint end meUrt, The in
cisors are the fiont or cutting teelh, four in each
iaw . The tannine or eye teeth are two in each
jaw. The molar or grinding teeth arc ten in
The back teeth in both Jawt ae known as
wiiJvn leclh. They are called wisJom teeth
because they apjiear at a period when man is
possessed of the largest ami ripest wisdom, or
when he think so.
Good teeth constitute the finest ornament of
the lice 1 they are necessary to good articulation;
they are Indispensable to good digestion and
On the whole, their lmoiUnce justifies the
advetlitinenl of the-South Carolina gentleman,
whish appeared iu the New York MtralJ, as
"Wanted, by a planter in South Carolina, a
wife. She must be under thirty years of age,
must have a good disposition and good teeth."
I tvally don'l blame the giiU for talking in
Ihe streets with their mouths wide open, for,
although sometimes they may not speak quite
w plainly, tbry do show their teeth to good ad
vantage; and especially when they give one of
those little, short, open-mouth laugh bow 10
common among girls, in which they open the
mouth to wide that you can Ke the entire
thirty-two teeth 1 do not blame llwtn, tot a
mouth of pearls it so beautiful. I oWt out:
hatlheaocoieyt may U, if lis mouth
thowt compute row of the lijttiim oetsu
",. Sne osstMj urn. srtmWtome
nave While no matttw how fast the eye and
nose If ihe mouth thow decayed ami black
encd Irtth, or artificial onct, that fate can't Ix
a fine one it It not wecl and wholesome.
Ihr- Mlcr clastw r,f American are now
ohlbltlng perfect teeth. I'athlon ilcmmd it
iriey Keep iiiem clean, whlcli never fall to
preserve lliern J)it .rMi, In (,'Miti Knit,
1 he Kmplie of Germany cnmitl of Ivvenlysl 1
Hialet, Iwenly-lwo of which have monarchical
am Ihree a republican form of govemmenl,
wllh Alwte and Ijrralne as substantially tut
Imrx-rlal territory. I'mmI. howevtr. Innrlv
dominate- In Ifgltbitl.in, at II lottettet nearly
tilnelentlitoflhelcriilory. The polllieal poy
ruimi-n, 11, urrorr me constitution n 1H7&,
cfitiiiNKeil or ihe HiiiM-mr, the King of Pruula,
Ihe Federal Owncll, ami the Kelchslag, or Im
rial legislature. 'I he Emperor reprtvnl Ihe
entire nalloiiallly, In lhat he ilrclarrs war, con
clude ticlcr, and mltr Into alllmte and
Ircnllr wllh foreign nation, with the consent
of the citinr.ll, except lnre of an attack ui)n
the (lerman territory. 'I he Emperor it Com
mander in ( hicfnflhc army and navy, He
proiinilgalt llm law and nupofnleiidt iIm-ii
excnitlon, ll convoke, Ailjonrnt and close
the t oiincil, nvc that he mutt convoke it at
Ihe request of two Ihinltofllf membert, 'Ihe
council consltl of fifty eight mcmliert, of
which rruwlt lias Kvrnleen. The Kmiieior
apKilnl the committee for Ihe army and navy.
1 he Iti Ichslag I elected by univcrt.il suffrage
and by ImIIoI, at Ihe average rale of one
Urpttly for each one hundred thousand In
Inbltanl. It cnnslslrd In 1873 of three linn
dntl and elghly two mcrnliert, of which I'rtiwili
wa entitled to two hundred and llility.IJ
We ee, o far, Ihr dominating Influence o
rrul.t In Ihe empire, In Hut her King it Em
iicror, with certain Imjurlil towers; In her
Urge pioiioitlon In lc federal council; in Ihe
iige majority in Ihe fceltral legislature. Ilul
by the tonstlttiiloit, In order to the enactment
of an iniKrlil law, n inijorily of the Council
and Kciclislngitnccc-viaryandturTiclchl. I'm
Ii, therefore, If united, it Ihe nlitohitc Icyisla
tor for Ih- empire. The requirement 'thai
every German shall, In one phase or another.
serve twelve year In the army, ami the control
of the army by Ihe Emperor, evidence llie au
thority nml power of ihe Imperial head. Hut,
ay the Emperor, the functionary, the cisil
functionaries of the gosernmcnt must obev the
order of Ihe l.rnixrror oh'llcally a the no'dicf"
noes militarily, 'mat Germany I convultcd
In regard lo religious law, to finmcial policy
and the construction of the onstiluilon. is a
milter of history; that the last utterance of
islng vv ilium Is retrogressive and a'grctvc,
while the. people are looking for larger liberty
and more fivorablc laws for the cille-n, it oat
end; that the question will not lie solved at
once, I certain. ISoih uwn the broad ground
of wishlni! well to Liberalism an, I Ihthiiu- w-
have nnd arc lo have ko many thousand of
v. cm. 1.1. 1 uiimigram, me controversy will be
Dom Pedro, Emjieror of Ilrazil, care nothing
for splendor. lie ride in an ordinary black
coach, usually drawn by six mule, and follow
cd by twelve cavalrymen, mostly negroes,
whose discipline is not too strict to permit
them to smoke cigarettes svhile escorting his
majesty. The coachman anil footman are
shabby In worn suits and silscr lace. The
cmiicror wears the plainest of black clothes,
and 1 very courteous to all who approach him.
He has aged rapidly since his visit to the Uni
ted State six years age.
Eighty rrenchmen, assisted by 1,400 Afri
can laliore-rt, arc about to commence the con
slruction of a railway lietween the Niger and
the Scncgalla Rivers. Their operation will be
protected by a military column, which will
plant the Frcneb fl.-ur -iml r,-fi ..,. r..i
t.-j.,..!.! juini Ericsson 1 tun using in New
ork, a naic, Hearty olii man in his eightieth
year. It is twenty tears since his little Mon
itor revolutionized the navies of the world by
:t attack on the Mtrrimac.
CEE HOPP & Co ,
37 Maunakea street,
CARI'E.NIER AND FURNITURE DEALER.
Houses built and the repairing of houses fcftended to.
't erms moderate: tia-ry
ATTIIOS. C. THRUMS EORT-ST. STORE
has been received a fine assortment il HOOKS
from ihe AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY lo which
the attention of Sunday School Librarm, Teachers,
and headset Families are invited. m
Rea'EitAte cfc General BusLneu Agent,
No. S8 KING STREET.
Solicitor for The Satubday I'kess. irt-im
American Eagle Association
Of the United Slates.
t Incorporated April al, t83l.
Investment and Prelection Combined. Payable In to
vea s. Office X2 California street, San Francisco.
DR. M. IIAGAN. REFEREE.
MART IN C 1 1IE1LMAN, Secretary,
GEORGE CAVENAGH. '
"'f Local Agent, Honolulu.
Ex Steamer Madras, now landing,
Caaea of those Bate msf tl- Ciajtsn,
750 In the box,
S O M ET II I N (1 SUPERIOR
to what ts usually sold in this market.
Cases of MANILA CIGARS, joo In a box, allot
which sve guarantee to be the genuine Manila
For sale by
SOMETHING WORTH READING.
J. E. WISEMAN,
lteitl Estate Jtroker rintf General
liUHlae Ayent. '
No. 1; MlKCIIANT STktXT KOKOtVlV, II. I,
1 have now MetlI , MOUSES and COTTAGES
lo let In various pans of Honolulu and suburbs. Abo,
some goud lluiUing Lots and property 10 KU.
EurLovuttir Found roa tiumk Skkind Woast.
I am rUMMu to rvtaisM
MONEY AT ANY TIME
OH rlSTLAS UCllirY,
r4vj liVrt all OtxriflieMj Diium,
Ucsratlng and l'eiuuosli! Tastefully IVsk. Outoat
AGENT fOR TIIK UKSt
IHfti aaal IsMk !
IN THE WORLD.
IhsUCsJUaidt Wools aol AaMuat KaMstMaa
iHOICfl MISCP.LtANP.UUn VORKS,
No. Kill Fort Ktrnstt.
Boo As of Art,
Ornttl I'ntiilnm nf ClirUlnriilotn.
Offfffnal PortrMUof Wellington,
'llitf Hor Motion,
Homely Srum (mm (Umi VUct,
Urefttcn OalUryfTifan Oalkry.
f.(i',f.ivnt;i frmii Mmlfteer,
I'auwHH I'rU nrxl Oauktm of llie World.
lUtXi uf jhercl IWm
GJion Oixmo AlU. 'Hie vr'( VrmncK,
'119 iVjff KwjMatfi, Why four (sviti
Xun From My Allic hkuMnf from Nlufr
SUth tid il-ihmAVj;n. Irtim Cliilnlrrn,
AU9tu IImU Csry, Uixlt 'lom'i Catin,
iLni tA IluHe lulrinui.
fnu. bjr iJfttn.
f reixh ("ittofM,
'Hit lUuoryof a !WA
Wad fn if l ih CrrM.
J wa Of ntTL
iicave tA IlfaLanL
I.f(e AAron liutr, i vtvlt.
Firm tktvl VxtruM,
Il Ceramic AM.
M mi Wtvf .! uf U.fiv.
Afcrry .Maple cavr,
'lit SuitnytuJe It?A,
.MAfiagrntcnt of CliiUrnt.
UulMinof th Ship.
Club! litV, in jirtMe.
'lit Stvrv uf aita I'arfrait uf a laul.
itnytrnj mtni HtAAu
(M Ififl IfiretltoM, ManlincMof U.mt.
ClAHvf UoM. 'JtwugUttjf Many fmK
I'rutlcricc I'alfrrr. Marjora 1aw,
HtUorjr'aniJ iJoctrif of n I'u.urt t.'tft
Unnui arnl VioiLttwitA Krislith l,itcrAlut,
l,(n-ifvat' VrvtMMTtdttz Oictfwiary.jf (lie W wrtL
llaytlfi'i lJictionary f llr.
Art ami Atlliti In ConriFctieut,
llnrty VeaiV l'uein, new ami old.
Voic Of Ho)- and (IbJrwM.
I'ractical Hints on WvjA l.iijcravin
'FhougMtCm Heljtiou, Uf.
Hltiry of the Great Utfinimxkm.
Outline IHuuratlofM U Schtlkr'a nlit with tlvi
Oratfoti, by hvtt$ ictrch.
Hw Iyi of Qiivalry, Knglith lt.
I'ocUrt Clajuic! Uicttonary.
Outlirtetbf ihe Ilmorr of Art. Ly T,u(Ac.
Ilumoruufl Vottry of the Krtieliih l-anjcuase,
I'ilRi-im. rroKrcu. Siotlmrd. t'hoto. Hit.
IlwUifhu on the Holy Got-pel.
'I "ale from Foreign Ionj(ue, 4 rolurne.
Drcka't Utctlonary Illotten.
CIIILDKEVS FAVORITE, KVC
Haby Picture Gallery.
Dor e'a t airy Tales.
Sport and Pauinie.
What Girli Can Do.
Red Riding hood
Five Happy WeeV.1.
Apple of Gold
Little Meg's Children.
TolIy' New Shoes.
The Children U00L.
Ille' Pink lioutx.
Muuc, I'ictureand Favorite
Puu In I toot.
Mustard arid Creu.
Sunditne and Rainy Day.
Rote and Utr Pet v.
The Itodlcy BooLt.
Under the Dog Sou.
Our Utile Oiim.
Drifting Round the World. Young Americans In Japan,
fn,.l,rr,'.f'...t- t ru ;
S.IIIIUISIKVIUIWJS, UT1IU tTaJlllLJSV,
RoUnson Cniwe, bwi Family Robinson.
Ilitle Stories for little ones.
Sunbeam Stories, together with Toy IIogTu, In cloth
and jaapcr, In variety.
CHILDREN'S SETS, OR LIIIRARIHS
Rosedale; Sunday Library; College Library ; Choice
Series; Popular Library; Coy Corner Senes; Kitten
Library; Siuuhine and llusy Bee Series: Hose Por.
s ork. 7 vols.; iutime stone;uood
Series; (loverly Senes; Ma)-fild Library; Knowing
and Doing Library; Jolly (Joud btoriea; American
Pioneer and Patriot hene; Hawthorne Juveniles;
Triplet bene ; Apron Stnngt Library; Little Women
Senes ; Jeanlngelow Stories j Crowell's Sunday School
Libraries; No. 1, jo-oU; No, a and j, 15 vols. each.
and No. 4, 36 vols.
From the Auriicas Tract Soctrr." I"uWicatioas, for
Sunday School Teachers or Family Libraries:
Amusements! .Vmost a Man: Almjst x Woman
Ada and Gerty; Among tle Alps; lleauu Hand; Ulue
ItadiEe llovs: lUndof Six : lidtvand llarrv Oifnl-T-'
Chnu in German Home: Chamiiton' Ktftrme Iirs
Will; Daughter of Armenia; Iaisy llanlc; Dora' Mis
take; Ethers Pearls; With Somcrs; Entitled life;
rjna iiamngton; r.muyAuiton; troJic on Journey;
At Seaside, and Friends at Maple Grove; Folded
Hand; tout to Fourteen; route; Fout on Sill;
Father's House; foretnlle Sheaves; Floy Ltnd&Iey;
Following on to Know; Guiding Lights; ItopcCaule;
Harry Feninmore; Hector Lenox; llonckonc; Helen
wfrfjr, iisHtt. wiiii oins; iianutomc iiarry; ttani
Premblcmr How Tintne Grew Ifr IJttU UuL1
1 ftrna Ch-iritV Intn I lr.lv r 1-m Vlnminn e !..
Little .Mother ; Life'. Uailles ; Lyntomillc ; Leonote'r
nan; Liie suie; s-ucy vvooilville: Utile Iwtcs;
Little Soklier; Mane Mannine; May Stanhope; jfiu
tienedict; Our Three lloysj Nuts to Crack; Nellie's
New Year; New Home; Majorie's Good Year; Person
of Cnntt ; Out oT War ; Out of Fold ; Old Schoolfel
lows; Signal riae: Sibil Grey J Kuthie's Venture ;
Summer in I'orest; Kelt's common Sense; Six tloyt:
Romance of Streets; Koland IliU; Paul V toner!
Sali&nedt Under Shelter; Up Stairs; Tiioc; Tarry,
port; School Uirls; Theo and lluzo; 'tWny Path;
Victory Won ; Working and Winning ; Workmen rVil
lie and lhrdie; Yusef; Winnie's 1 cmtAation ; 3Rde
Matland; Plain Paths; Peep of DiyJ Swallow't;
Uinlie't; llri(ht Eet; HiUe Stones; Dear Old Stories;
History of Solomon ; History of Paul ; Old. Old Story;
Morninc Star; Jeuica't Itrst Prayer; Pay Dawn;
Daily food; Daily leans Daily Liirit, foe eseninj
and momuiE; Clarke's I'rocnixa; I lean-Life, t each;
Model Library, Nos. i, and 3, of 50 rots, each, to-
E ether uha vamty of minature tools In sets in tiny
oxe and sinxle ; Family HtUe, 3 rclv, new text, with
note ; Dictionarv of llible ; Concordance ! HiUe 1 est
llooks; Companion to HiUe: Sacred, Ceoz, and nt.
Lect. on New Testament; Locke's Conunom-ut Pocket.
took ; Through liible Ijuids; Ad rldeau: Lcce Coelum;
Paler atundi ; Cod's Word ; Old Wble ; Modem Doubt;
Daphene; Ptlfnm's Profiress; Hiktoryof the llugue
nots; Home Plcasantnca; New Life;
FavstUr Qurto BiUssm.
Teachers' Bibles, assorted suet ; assorted BitJes, larse
I..I .nl.ll .inh. .I.l- n.l K.t-.u- r a ..
. -! J-"-, .... H-.M .IIIIUVI IVIC.VI. , HUni
Testaments, from iocket to Urt sue.
All Order DromMIV allendMl In. An.l ..i.-tal f.u- it.
other Inlands packed with care and siiipped a-xvr Jiiuj to
directions, rull Instructions should be sent lo guide in
all selectsoos foe others.
THOMAS O. THKUM.
aft. IM Fasrt StrsMt Hoatolsala.
fpo PLANTERS AND OTHERS
INTEKKS-1EI) In SUGAR CULTURK.
111. undersigned, publuher't accnt for the "SUGAR
CANE MAGAZINE'," the only publicalkn desotnl 10
this Indutry, Ujs to nKify thai the. Iiu fv- itat will U
forsranlnl by the ISecrmber steamer wail, and It is de.
strea so nasc uitcnuing
DOtined In time thetfore,at it Uu been found d-HVull 10
cliauae Iht bit dunruj the ) ear fur a pait only, or to se
nile oats numuen.
ISjsc. Is pr annum, pusta Irc
Subscriber deslrw to educoniuuse, if any. .ill
plea, adsss in tun.
THOi G. THRUM, ..u.
I'Wwifti Sehtwl fur UirU un My,
A litsii.l anmlur of --sr . SSuJ. L. n.
ta OeiKaV iLCyi "JCail ntuitwt tit '
Oi i Sturt,
Nttt A, 10 llK.II A (.4 ..
(KlU HaafUn M.rvjs. All IWU A UhUi aiv!
Whfl mafnfsTta't'tftfd Mt iht nvM vltnlfa prw
r.4. AllhkJp4iUltrmm inre ai
PROPKRLY .SHOD, .
In tfe fHa4ltimiilrt' tUynimml all wofc f rrvd
vni ri ll fa luff, In iKipitt, y IVtKliM
W d TmA ttrttfrt tlt ftttanttWI ! Crrt(t BPm HttY
mak(t(t i(lw4ly Urdu f4 any t4 'A
Ottr Jm WtJy tA tfpAtmtt fw ll? 1tA:
Onltr from th otKtr ItUtmU will fet4 mn tVt u
OUOLVUV CLOTHIKG EM-
por 1 urn.
l.mitennf'.i NCW a)HlriNMI.NTt4
onilxwayfrwn KUI'.OI'l tl ptetil stotk .ill li
M rrytirillrii 0 f'r,
A. M. MKI.I.ID, li'firt Stre.
10) llwJ.lu, II. I
ONOI.UI.U ctxnmsG F.MPORIUM,
Nri. nit I'on Istreet, llomuui, II. I.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with lh premiie.
105 if A. M MKI.I.IS, ProptKtor,
Inrfles ftttenllort to his
FINE STOCK Of CARRIAOES.il
Exttinalon Top Cat-under,
(K. F Hrf2t &: Ca, Amesbury,XMass.)
Eureka Two-whMled Cart,
Concord Open Wagon,
These carriasi are of excellent workmansltip. the pro-
uumwii vt iiiM-exaj. mamjiaciOTicft, are aiirac
tire, and the latest designs, Tfcey
will Le sold at
THE LOWXST PRICES.
I le alio keeps a good supply of desirable serond-riand
carruges, wnscn ne wiu sell al low prices.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS-all kinds.
Repairing and painting done at short notice.
T HOPP & Co., 74 King stmt,
Importrrt and Manactrrra r
Every description of Furniture.
To THE Lapies- Trimmings, Tatvclt, Gimps. Silk
Cord in every shade !arlor Sets restuned,
covered, polished and made cijual to
new. Mattresses re-made and
cleaned at short
We are noted for first-class work and moderate
'O THE LADIES OF
N'UMIIER OF SELECT LADIES' AND
HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AT
MRS. A. MELLIS'
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
a laift vik tA vMth It teimtsntjy tm UtA, ensMfng
larrVHrirt A erfr dsrfptM, fM
ISK.xti and wvhsmiSA.
Jnhrilnt: of all klnila promptlr done,
trvl M lw prSfesv
HAND AUU hCVOU. HAWNO
sU aw WpRs!.
Machine work of all kind.
(JACK CKKW AMD HOI.I.r!f KfilT OH
Willi HBtlM wiekeM, Ihe prvnp tlt fallfel r.
CMtsn U M MoVit erenl t mt, I tup
iik w mb fai shue tS trW
V.mA the tktr, Wa. m KW tsiwt, w4t
LDP.I. A CO.
lmfMtfi Mn$ fValtrf U
And Wulldlnit Mt4rrUl
U 1tfChUt j( rrirsyj c (( virTirai Mttra
tarrv M wtfl Uxit& staffers tA
curaprtHiig all the uusal stock size
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scaatlmf, I'Ujie Lisvf. jJ nozh ItArds-tr
DOORsS. &A8H AND BIOKDS.
All sins, vf VAiitrn and California mLc, xtA for
sw m qunuiftcti ui suat u ww fwnn.
AtsA, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
CLASS AND SALT.
AND "WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine atstCartflktat of
in lateet ttjUm.
IAT LOWEST PRICES.
TT1REMAN-S FUND INSURANCE COM.
m. panj o iusccsssa
BISHOP & C., AGENTS.
ASSETS, - $1,250,000.
.LOSSES PAID OVER. It-..
The Largest Vaclflc Count Co.
Dwcutac riik a tpecialty, ttctavclttd dsrtU-
iags atul coeteate IttMircd for a ptnod
of tkrec jstaus tar rtro nailiiaii
ia aatTMCC.; wt altvo sprite
uptta meixhaaeitu per
Uta-vtro this iurt M tW ensue i-oru, ontfux Vjau or
Ussvnufvs if tanouMicij; W tank a anr or
aVtaaaVra rtal laVat sV-SSUiwI arslmai r lvua Is. -J
saiceaeM at pert vt deKeeif ,
aad aie settui-ed ta
1 sssale rawracta
cvitriag thlpatittaU from Use PUatatieava
tavrouf o ta Ssvt Frsvssdacs), itaclik.-
iac r liak while k;HM.
eUa asmitiatf tnuasv
WW uter ludtsaaJuke? sbaet
Has aut kwca veanaa Jt,
.aj tr, the latvaaaee Iku )u ssaa
tl't (taia issue's Xeea a va.
Wak srvets out fcJet, tasikkra vf
Aad lealtaaa ta
TU Uusas ta see.
la ssk a aaat all n ask
Aad ttraut or batua Vaa.
rvisiU ta a skaate u e;
Mas' a aad fr
""at M!Lb H
fSlie tit SswetStuee. iuv
Fwa Pvxraata ua raaiaaji-
eVt Wafer Whit; Melt lt Vt1,tA l'rtri. In
liealer I wet UM, l.tpreisly fur farWy Use
Ntriotlr IMP I"lr Teet,
The lntn CswuaSm liV (hit ti Vf
ee in all , 4mt eisd naMsv4. 'Iks il
le 1IIL HUT Im w H A tMt Ihal Va.rA-WWIhH
KsMiH SVhfe V,ttvl tfA, tyt trt test. Il It
ihe ffmt ffjyMf tM le ll market, m4 U wte rWs
M'StJr fr .. Darter In' ta tnt mnn nf tim
lIMc'lCIC Oil. Un M IIU a utj ir
kesrrt TV IJxrrtt 08 H pt rf in vjivVjp ao-l
merry "Me U.lr ! tM 0.jimii test JwM
If I'M tr OtrMNISMt test ill
rajV vt tut n penSbssW
I'trtatr. la ifeeerttsV tm smst, ym tsV ssnt ftt-je
Dir, LINO HAM He CO,
imstt ttnu tut etKISL tfrr
JUDGES Uf HOROLOGY.
In crxxideraiiwi it iW facts Amlifi ia tkit ruaisv
ati't, aa th prrsmmnre tA rttw tA Ut
est awl uvsuarMite aueric ttjwiifl ly tki
ytt (eael, tn iAdesra'ieU farmtcti t
Ir evpaal to ft per see Mure than Ue
set! Wjteil etiulst, iVt tun
tsMHS-l k mlm4uQT 4r&rt
to niaVe tut a clMriea'
tivsi ia cterre at erf
GIVE -rVP-N-HANDnD JUSTICC TO ALL.
sra AVfVUit TO TMS
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Mattadartrtts, V. S. A.,
A rVtt-tiaM asrard anil sacii atlr special iMitKlVa,
Utpluoa, Kctalcraar4asiscrAateea sr&ti tbt d
liei am) cbTuplwm tA it UrKUe &j4arf Intma
IrxialCceaciisKetVlhe Urjest aact saott cxrplrte
eiMJat U bnA7icai ioitvfiaeiits eiaasacL
Ibex ! w yrvm, as t) 0U7 aoea tr Usi Mi
appreoatsm U tl stents iA Ibe yro&aaiim U tKk
ccfcpairr can l 4sattir c tioulir rmffifA fcy
U CMnwttee i Judrinr atact Anrtfe, thxt a sesame
ttnt-elaM a -ard L r-l" tor tW tnae'LvepKisz crsatsrs
at aS iracstf tliete watdses.
Alio, a separate rttias n) for tie lerfectxat ce"
tUt truest cA wmlmAtat " tie iaspnweneuts in
tie aMclaniol pant U tLe Jiwdi, Vaut uxiUf h Ike
siatmceint al rxof barrel. Use (atru taSftj puisiio.
tbe potect epicjtoUal fo-sa call ll leeili ct iLt train,
in eserjr raoe iA tdi iLVe. and lix iuxbamS i
joitasrat tA tlse talaocC'feseif.
Alirt, a ntlau avard ft svew tawle c cxnfesuat
AIm, a setorale firil-clasa aaanl (W tie raeuoee
neatt a cam. tbe tmmUrr if artistic tsras aaH Sern
niet,taUatitrai eh-raw tt tiit- fceiJi. and fcr
tKesr &e-v and iadestracssUe taaboi tA caaxseiaog.
Alio to Cbarles W. Wccrd. awtaaMal saperLstexxJ
4 Aoerscaa Wnch Cuatoa-r. Wattiiazi. Maia.
TL loll(rwiti ia tbe eerier tA awards nwSc tr ttW
Srdarr Imerrtatiwal EahSMka Cussenaioa fcl Use
Aasericais Watcls r.jrtf .tv.bv.. Matw;
CU aulSarer Watcbe-First derree U saent aavd
special oentioct: Cold Medal.
Tiaerkeepaaf cmaGues t aS raiet tA Watcs First
derre of stent.
Perfecuoa ia Syueta First derree tA oerit.
New mode efaiecle!iiatui Iqlinrrs Ftrtt decree of
lozemesanas. SaiJi aad elecaace f Cases First d.
Ecrrarinf. diaiier and eisaSMiiDC fit Watcii Cues
First dc-ciee tA oent aad special mention.
daises St. Wceni, Mecluncal S-rriuroica-First
. w awca.., Kid
aSsTTbete 'Utat seren srenUees mules Leamf
is nutt nr vt .ssta u'.i- j .?.- rv
- -- " ... ii i mwiini vhjixi tAC
.r vimk tuc x.?vf Dmsujmu 04 tbe Lid aa-J axJX&oi
Agtgt foe tae HaaSa Iilaaic
1 1 HI
JLf AKEE at COURTNEY. -s
We swusalaaan tie VERV BEST 'QUALITY Passj
frees At Taro.
OaiartatlM eetent tA laod othieala.1 W n. H
eaa seD cLeapcr liaa ulsen. aoj caa raaraatee t-'-uu.
ticea aad aS eaasees (A UUe afaisa aar faaWt ct"
tr Orders by lt receive pruccse attemajcs.
C B. MAKCE. hit A. A. COURTNEY
Ih IMU Klmfilmm t, ettamerM arWfc
j.J ". 1S
and readjiMtMf .
tttI!!.J2,JsS!S is-5 '- -
.UtU I.U. II SSI . aa
IN EYKkV s4UaKIM
I tWMj siapwawawtfi'iaii lis mian
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