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TV i,rcaMHmecl .fll 4 lalny .raltiat BJ
Has Kan my Amft rffavs in aft .jaanera, m avarn
ao iKat Ilia Mayr imwln fwi.ftla. ami Minn
ninm an (Mr qaltt aian M4m-rt.il pawtW-a In aatti
at. tnsltftf fcV.aMl I aaallral cmrtaia, .ram
"arallm tnafttini" fH U tawarill nf I. f
and trk Mfcl f,rVs m III. t4t aanaml raw.
fm ma rittay liiPM Vl f ' S IV
Nm nmrwn, rwrtaf ayraaaM "
t itarv t naaat aaal an tRtoiw frwai i Frawrlam.
A- art pitfcrf Hf afW Itfaae af mlMlMfi tat If,
Ow miuna.1al ii. Ma. I wawlrl ajnilailaaa
r WWinf rasa. r"".
In aMrr" aaaitm lr laesasn.iwy af IS. .aairiM
h t. rt.U(t r "mWlr. a" " iiUrnr
In, " a., rare, , as aha SaaeawiraJ la.
rm.nattlll. aT lf raadwa. TV raailajaaa af lH
iW-utMarw of rmrritr bar. rratanl that ttaal
laMtnim, rtaaratMr I" lasaxtaal a""1
ifa-Tr. tHat m rt a lam tot.aaa.iift awd hataaaa.
It IT I - do SawWI.ae.
tfca wMtrwy aatWaa af la Ml"" IT"
in tmiii) Mr OraHtry Mnwaa, la laltalrM af r-
1 cailaal, .Unaa! raaaa. In Hft llM Has aatl
mil i. affart ih ntatt af tail ,i manual. On Mm
liy U ( t Vuit (Mi Ml Jifult wftMntn
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HM ttl milnulW rWH S hw Oftl
hi iK irtm i iltMM, tarn ) rWM
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ln (kit rit rrTrtl In Mi: Im " " ,hr
taoiftmtmfmtwrtwitol e twc
the H-ttn Kmhi Mtv th H, tWmhh h
Silml in K vmwil t ANWmiI lUIr iImi n
offer Km! It mlf, ftrnd iWt tWy t hofwM fJ" M
ewftdttllr l4tit uV up,
Mr ( T Aimt IxW Uc cttdh mVt i Jr
mimW d rrtrU Mtkftc41r, tVWc H thlnff
tnttf coftwdi ratkw,
SAN FkANCIiCO MAfcKIT RIWRI.
Ournutifit t iMi rr at J(W f tiMri
at n whU1 nr4 nd ciaW im frHt, "no
npthiMg -mj jrt iKrtiWMijicirmn fhiUj
Idiph!, bt I ilwiU If hjrtJ.W iSe i Jon
frvm one w V l txKT, littW tKn I Mit
VAi.cviftK to iWt r-itw, ruiumllr Mrwifcm
amt lor f1 fVi with Sort. tcr Nfl $i? t
cul i clerJ frrly it kielt hit !roW nSJ. Oic
iIcaWt on lin aVtd M pik fof ttnHid lc4, Mh
fc imI(Trrrr.t i.lcn.1 wtHnc. rc! fi fiiiire 1 S
crfttt it ttnul hitter lhn lS nuuVd, lwn Se w
tmtmtluiiti)- taVrn p-o lKt pf ijHtUm Aa tc4
tSxyw tW full uimftlt of lK mtVtL
Wffhl ft Irttle u(n cMhr4hf SutnUnl brarnl J
Tt tWw Kt lnlt roc or Iwk tV; ftJ
thnucS r(TfgwttaMr Vnow ii cjuwh l
UwcM fc lKi fifturr ly ihe ihouunJ trrrK
lUtUy U quite ftn Interring ciml4 Jut now, nJ
h tiKt t much Iftlertrt v MocVt. A clr V mrnt
Ucrncrtto, Irtile ovtruO. mnwtmtWi la
tke iumgt ftoj drlifeta 10 tKe hofti. leanwhiU tl
jic rmfrt from t tata i joff hutKlmt
Oats onrn, hti urn! mtJJHnR J ik Kn m
ItopiirtM crmUfJ for on) raorc at $i pr ptAirwl.
lt hanx at 1$ tv5 crntk
VtatoriarTKut fthnoJrrJ jrcwt too hiS f
Ibirqualitr, whkhftt tUi wAhm mat I cftctrtl.
tttf rancrffrom Mirntt, litcrn to for fAncj
lramltc California, its prat wijiitcw, olcomatinkr
xt, Ktw tended to chk any upward tefxlefte c-f
thr crnuitK arttdc
t-t Mroactr J wtaVtr, acoorOmj to warm or
cold day?, may t tcwgl t at from t; to ecru rr
Oamr. pnrr in qtiatity ahd law in figure. Quad a i
tow ai $ t dortn, all icVed ready for mAing
rruit may b cowpnvd in th two coums owiRr
and lemons hich arr rtow doming 'n l lifattfiry
ce In ctxl urder, the former tinin alout $3 lr
baa for 1-W, and $1 yi for ttic latter, a U of ocanea
Koldinf from u to mo, ai to ure- o thai oraner re
reaUy itxaper than In your nutlet, though 1 incline to
tKinV your ranety ii th iwreter
Starve crucenct hate no chances to note, fanci arti
cle Wing coTCTned by demand and u4y entirrl),
and h-mc a lut ai "Ion tbc moral law," cannot t
Arriml tit I'ort of Honolulu.
McVcJii, Mnr McIrcc. ftffn Kouhu I eh. )
ihuuuV urn, Ncjwo, from VinLuulo " 17
1-llclilc, m, kine.frura linonn.1 way wm M 18
KauikeAouIlt ich., Horn HooolaA . "to
Cm? of Ntwnl, PM S b, Scarl, fiom S. F " i
lUlMU!a,ch,rrcciiltVra. " ti
Sue 1, OSS, Dodd, foe San F nuxisoo.
Locretu, Am tern whaler. Kelly, for cruic
Jenn, aclw, for NadiiU
Catettna, ch, foe llanalci ....
AX atmaJu, ck, foe Onomea. . . ,
UiUma. chr, for Hanalei. . . .
Maaookawai, ach, for kctoa, etc, Kauai
Lthollho, ch-, foe Koloa
MD Morrn, xS for kalanaita
Mm kriVI. ch, for Mokblai
Fvaala, ch, for kuolaa.
Iehua. tm, Ijorenjen, for Mol&kai and liana,
kilauea Hou, ttmr, Sear for Kahului .
lame Makec, McDoruld, for kauai
l-taki, mJl. for Fvoholalro. . .
FJrakal, vth, foe XX alalua.. ,
X ajmanalo, u m. Ntbon, for XX aimanalo
Lilly race. Ha bk, Hurhe, for San Fran
Ijkehke, Um, kinc, fee luloand way poet
1 w-alant. UM, tUtetalur laal-ea, Koru & kau.
Mary li Foster, ach, for Kaui
City d New X k. P 1 S S, Cobb, for S. F .
Mrrhnntmeu I raara
HftftHAN, HankonC" dutreaa).
MoaNiMsSTAK. Uray .
Iaa.nTA, XXrndt. ,,,. .....
Kmtt, McImtc ,,
ULLDCh., SKlOtiawikL ....
J C FoaD. Le lUUnter . .. .
GrTrrtatao, TFmuImU , ,.t
J. ll.Srairxa.iuj, Fru.o. .
IX C Mi.i nV,o Jtaku
FoauT Qielm, XX'utdtoc
Lackawakma, Xnon . . .
Lamiik, Chaieaonuooit , .
ttotr in i'orf,
,. ... Haw.bctnc
... . Am. Ictnc
Am, 1 era
. .. Am. bktnc
...,..... 'Am tch
. K.1LM S
I rench Curdoal
llee,fr row 'oreiiti J'prtJi.
IlofTos, An. IV. Amy Tl kkkk Newell
lkc 1 eU. as-al. C Hnr a, Ca. aim
Bat-Mi, Ccr U.CK. litsnur Walter
lKe FUx ao-.v II HackfeMJkCa.,afta,
Nrw paa. Am. tVtix. Fojnom VaaKON Humphrey
Ik March $.10. CjuiU at Cooke, t.
Livaaruoi, Ikm amp laurr Um-kt Jackaun
lw AbrQ t. t XV Macfatlane & Co. A rent
t, ,' t ..-.. ,
Ui.alll T &. IfAIHirVk
Iiiduii .ov ty llacklcUatUx, Acrnta.
IjvatrooL. Ilnh hipGLi:a.ariK
IkieMayi-5. I ILlUviei&Ca,
FoT GaMftA,, Am. urn W. L. Smith.
NrwcacTta-. tS S.W. Jiaitta
Ime. Wilder A Co., aetH.
rT GaMLa, Am. ach. J F Miuki
IkT0af. Am. 14. S. Ik Auxn.
IXm lane 11. C IWtwer A. Ca. Airent.
Ukahrm. Gcr &.S. Lhikmiku
Ik April 10-ic. H HckfU A CA,Aeeoit.
Sam FftAhctactx Am. Lktbc, lnatwaar 1'ttri
IK. 11 HmU.U A.Co.,AcMa.
HVMkovPT, Amaih 1'Aftr.uaia.
lua AUcfl & KoUawm. Artuit
Clauatw, lim kirSH4tAM Tawtfyi
Ih. laly 1 &. iu W. MacfarUne ft Co.. AiieiMi.
Sam I lAHcnai. Am Iciat Sbuna Wilier
Ik, i. w MaclarUae A u, artnia.
Lb,roM,U Si. MkkaetkUuSS AaaacaitaK
Ik April 1 a aw laiflan A lik, afrntt.
&am rwciw.u, llaw un u K. Iiitnur. Caacron
Ii I U . r K. I watr 4 ua. afrnia.
Saat I aawcjaco, IV bk, Lamr Laurm MaratoA
Xh March s to. Iirewer & Cv. armi.
Sam taaircucti. Am aik. Iua SiMNAiaa Lute
IFor II ho.) now due.
FUktaa, Aat. Uktae LmmaCiaiihma. . 4 Mataott
Saw FftAMCtacn, aavSil. lkdd
IK Muck U 1; UmG Irwin A U, Areutt.
Sam FaiKU, Am. 14a CAiaAiiax, IlubUrd
Ik March iu. Cattle A Cowkr, acrMa,
San riAtciM-o, Abl Wt(. W. (', Iiwim Turner
lw March )ia U. Irwia A Co., aeuii.
Io a 1 Ulakhv, Am atup, OtAUV
Ik March i-io. aj1m a WJirw. .-j.
I'uaT Gamrlk. Am. Un. kirAe ItiA
tk March 10-ij. 11. HawkMJA C. aecM.
Sfpaar, CMSS, Lirt or Kvtwav lieatUra
in March 11 11 llacalcUft Cua.eM.
Sam raaaciacn, I'M. h, ZaaiabMa VXtUr
l"i HanJa 17 Ik llacUckl A C aftatk.
jm rmera mum,
;, arrlrtd Fb j, Ibu 14 lJr IMqNoa,
rftca Jan it, tbo, HavatauC U lUJo.,
mi Ju ; Fabflt, Amtrr lra, Xi kL
Jam i, let IV Am 14 CartaiU. HuU
Saai Fraociac. arrlrtd Fb
Marftioft, fceftce ,
anaa, awaxv Jam 11. let la. Am tk CarbtuUa.
kard, hem; Fh I), Am itctiM N (i Irwut, Isrurr,
Fn IvwwaraMi, ftiriiml lib la. Am tkine AbmLu,
ntfcH, nm. jaa 11
Tke America bark LwetakJ la dWha(ia ImmUr u
laa hA c f un alreal.
IU. IWkLMhUjtiUlUk Ua li,tfaCu.' wLuf
TVc Wicamanaa JoLa H. ScvexkcU anj Cwmteki ar
mi wu awaaimf cargoea.
The HawaOaA atcaamt C U. IUJ1U di fiom Saa
rf amiu) tUyt kh vu dUy Lur uk
M.aov J C WtrnM A Co. U Sa rianciaon tare
twik4 ike Amenta Lari hUujtn aitvl kuaial Id
FMiiiMtai II otiwlUa iwwiav
. The atWremar luama a Swrrewiuai wharf, wdl wm
hwaaadf (hn mim. bk kaa U.i uituglt4
tmvanmiVy (we wf aft, kb Mw kinc, etu
I ,. ...Ii.
1 a lr U.
t.r .ViHlnlI l Mm II in! I jJlli
a l l.iwlii f vin Flwfct r." hi.n pnrt ah aalli
in a f tlay
11 ViMHran rasrl Rl tt Ma W an tkf
Marin Ra.lnay for lipitu on Monrlny laal ami
laniw Iwd (41 TnvailnyV
lr Vmcrkan rauHnlhw I r lr I UII
f J I nn ttrwi, kml.n( f. 4i TrMaiaKK, to Mil in
a fr dayi,
Hw MtriMB Jim lortaHJnwn Ha kanW In I'
V arf, nr aU It . Wnn ft Hn fYan
I tut Ttnmtat -WiwMmlw WnlKNi- Ml tht wt
Mfa in F"l. and nil ina ahajajinii r tally rrtrlrnil In
Iwmilnf, At rawai n ailrnt ird
Th Vwifcnn Ollf fkmWt '' wW ai Um
In iwtlna) a harth ai il fa U ttwiwr ljkaliV,
wtmcv tnt pi iwft dmrjHrfwf ciMn
IV llnmhmn hurt MariMnn, at lh I aplanxk, la
nrnrlr lUathwtpnl Mw paama te teal hut nbrnH Ihr
wim aa nui VmaM 9mi Mip Tin max of In
IHnv Id Vaifl WW H
rht U S. Alutk. now at Mm IwmhI. mw btyn
Mmktffi from tlw l'ntii tat. nary ftM, and it1 W
wJd t am Item Rtw It w.kl Klttn gtmd vrwvl
HftMilr'Trf Ntr VofV, Cft" ,
attii frnm Sftii I im mr a WwdtNtriat Urt, t dars
1 thiur mkI fw mlnnte ! wa iteufrmt, wfctnf
V iinoai in I u!nh mail
Tn new yct HrUni, twth Ky Mr T imtwn for
IIn Malwly, ( tmW bHBit ami ft 5n wilvr IV
aiU At liae ft mrd, and wrt Imih t y I M (Tut
tW ih Arrival of the iKntm Merrill from IaKhIm
ywttnUy mnrnmf , w learn fnm i jm llirmtian iHftt
th llftwajan nrtipmtmr ltmre, Cny tlraw, wrtit
alur at lahaluL Ut Suriilav (iSth) ami at M Ac
tmnta w4 Krtakmii n. She w ptitilv loaded with
nar, n an r ranctarur m tne time . ine uiMunrr
rha fultoa wnakf w ha rlwt4d le HMirh at
iSi lt bHwwn tin ami themWdaVaf ntt mnmh.
( (ii, imaiMMn wMMkLinM. iiram rtwhrr.
firK 1 "hen. , Mary , and Horf. Ifwaan,
fmrninilae, wanderer ftnm Horn, and Joaephln ami
J Htmbinil from lnama.
I he mnca whoontr Anfu k at Itrewer A Co.'
wharf kwlinc for m t ranrtara. Hhe wilt rwolmhty
an Mcwrtay, n imr rrn.tnt morrowr. a ritre.
Ihe twraman. at the ohl rtamh)b whatf ha tlU
IIWTUH1 IrW lWpU naTfinrmUIVt HIM lallKIW UiajrnclIK
m cual She win he UM un fur n I ranclaco. 10 attl
in ten tr twelve ilay.
OueenMmin, lel-nmrt r- ih (Stiion line riramer
lal m-.Ve ihv mmt from N tw ntk tn & d t, an
h m and ti mimMes, ttmi tiw tM trn. im revinL
She accomplKhml the oft tatVeit-uf feat tH nlluiiw Cwr
iaMin to attend chart h in New V one HaMwth
arnim the fotVfnc Sabhatli attend aenicein (jiflamL
IVs American lutV Hcte,oiT l-Kh Mailrt wharf,
will he rradr for vex in aUmt ten ot twelve dai4. She
afl ftw -- laa L - - tl - ' - - - - Ak-I lloka fi-uia..!
I commanded by Cart IVnhallow, Iki ili
rvMftn the rununand of hr itrient teaael. the I tirtan.
laM IWrn, (ate rtbe U K. lhhii will go uut in
command of Ihe Utlrr
rrom San rrftnnvo,per I ity of Vew oiV, I elm
M (iartenifltnt M II MilUnl John Ihumun, Thm
Mtllen, Mr. S Mn. John S Shane Mm I XI Kfir,
t It we, Mt Kate DilVmi, Mr Itumr, Mi
l NkVoIvm., lamea rrut, M A mire J hn Iei, Mit
Ittie wiiijE, fuhn Oilm, 1 A lUrler. M19 M Kuk,
Mar) Kov, Mn Seymour. J Ilemifli I I MtC'ntrj;,
II Allen Mm I1 Khodea, llilioj U .11. V Samlen,
Mr A Sander, Chartca iIKmi, Jamea Crane, Mr
Uranmi, m urannti, A t Waniner, Mr (rren, W
II lt...t!.l . 1 11 L . ft I t .(I l 1 It ll
11 UuUinfitunt, I K Sa)Yn, I) It Arnold l r Ihnell,
Mim CulJei-on, l)r U I- inon
rtuon. 11 Chunhtll. I A
Smith. S V i
ral, I) Swetl
M in transit
nth. S 1' m.iru Macttl luan. 1 Keiura. Tohn I'll
ral, I) Sr, CWey, 1 J MclV)tlf, 4 Chlneac ami
I rom windwird tvt, r IjVeliVe, 1 eh 18 W J
Itrudte, t Mut. I Loltille, ('. Whilhclm. I K Udart,
Revs Uhtau, Hv II Whalk), A M S( ruul Mra K
niirn, I nntem(wL), J h. kawairmt sih) ife, M
KervrKiff, wife and child, U ItMe, I Cumming.
(Volkwrur, h I Alexander, G llaardman, F 11 Hale),
Amu, C I ucaa, Mra Ihion ami ihild.
twts per IjkeitVe reh. 90 Kev II
Uhalkr. lion A
. r JwM, llonSCi Hilder Si Mc.an
der, Mr f I) Arnold, C N nokl. Mr Umwa, r
CauLe, Mr J II Main and three childien, Lona.
1 Iwte, II Smith, J Urodie, K Mftitin. I
hoio, wile and child. Kev L iNirot. Mr tn lcuupAe..
M Iuihw, 11 A I umk II XV Soerince ami
damrtucr, Mr Kjxrofi and 3 children, X L king, .N
XX Co.elllnc. ralner .auier, Mra Nalitnu Goldiein,
Mw Mdrowan, Mi XNowlward, J Icv.u, I Nath
antel. ami 195 deck
tor Nona ami Kau per Iwulani, reu ao 11 K 11
IVinceu Kuth kecliUUni, lion Mra C K Itithop, M-
XI kamalvau, T Brown. 1. I1 Hansom, C C Memman.
M NkM. (1 I- Itoardman. Mim Mine. 11 Dam
and wife Jnde Ifoapili and two non, J kalama and
wife, Ke ll keaweamalii, li II iSahinu and toil, XX XX
Ooodale, and 176 deck.
tor San j rancK-co, i-ersuer, Feb 17 t.eo Stewart,
II I- Holmes. M Nciwrr. A II I lliot. r 1- stcfril I
XX anl, K ll.elow, Kline, F CtV, J Simmons, M
1-or Kauai per Ja MaVee, I eh 19 Mr Christ un, 0
Ctrant ( litcomh, I) Iraue. (f Firrc! I Khead.
For Maul. rr Kibuea Hou rcta, 10 I Ilalev. Miaa
11 oniJ, I. flaichclor, G XXamer, XX r lo.man.
For Molokai and MauLiier lhua. Feb 10- k tones.
C XX Clarke, A Unna. Oale5, I) XUCnrrWoiL
For Auckland. rerCitvcf New Wk. Feb at Mn
ton IctnpUA, J ICarwoud,G Datiton, 1. 1 1 a) lull,
J Arthur h I Maihnick. XX O Kcill)
For Ilongkonc, r Charle 1 Hook, Feb 15 Ir 1
T Sflcj 34 Chinese paMcncrs, 105 in Itantit.
I rom San Francisco, per City of New York, Fcbai
Tr G Trovcau, 3 luat; Hollisirr ft Co, 4 bU corks, 1
bt naitr. 1 c totucco. e c cuarette. Ilithon -t. Co.
SC md-c; Z S SiaauUlinc, 16 pkgs machinery, J I)
ne, 4 cs marble, ,M 1 hillip A Lo, 8 c drugs, 1 bx
wire. Hart l!roA, 97 bx epg, 9 kg butter, Lyon &
Levy , 58 hx iroducc, 19 pkj; groceries I c clothing,
llen Herbert, a c crape outing, A X Fierce A Co.
$ pkp. mdsc, 133 pkc froducc; J 1 XX aterhoue, 8 c
dry coods 4 ca and 3 bit mde, H)tnan I Iron, 4 ct mft
wtkol, 1 cacalf akin, 1 c cotton Ikkc, i a cs wool cloth
ing, LOSrrtOYich & Co, 161 pkp. produce; G Arm
atronff, 13 can carp; Lewcr A. Cooke, iac hardware;
Catle ft Coctke, so cs butter, a cs pit fittings C
leaiker, 1 cs iron canines, 1 cs wire cloth, t cs lard
ware. cs screw, h. O Hatlft Son. it ikr hardware.
8 cs printer material, 1 cs wooden ware, M Mcln
erny. 1 c apparel, 3 c hoien . Col C 11 ludd. 6 c
thine, J S lucker, ij pkesdry fiooJ, Onler, 3 cs
ihuiiT. 1 cs kaCO fittiur. e Ut cm ion. tunilrv r.ln t.
addrc, and 35a pkc for Chinese firms.
For San Franciro, per Suer, Feb ioSuirar, ,o6i,
oji h, nee, 51,400 &, 13 bbU uuow, 4,450 n, 596
hide, 640 coal skins I,ey6 bnclu bananas a baa betel
leave, alue, aMj.67a.07,
roe ran riancuco, per iji.v (..race, r eu iugar,
1.658,6114 S, aluc, 4102,634 bo.
At MaVlli. Tcb .K. la lh . ifi rj U !tr W .) a
SIMPSON' At Uaamu, Kaiul, JcU, ih, Krv
rUAH MMrVN, atd JO.
1 n. -in
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY m. iCSj.
The following ligutcs showing Uic balances
in the goetnmcm Ircasut', at the rcsx.-clne
pciiixls imlicatnl, nnili little comment from
u at ihls time, ko glaring is the (liffcicncc,
further than lo captain that the .mall amount
of funds now on hand is the more astounding
from the fact that the receipts of the go tin
mont during the cncumliencr of the procnl
administration has Ixrcn larger than at any
other hie pcriixl, csccttling, c arc informed,
IcU ., il;s
;; 19. iM
. .. . 119.109 M
- II, IHt. ,JO,xyitl
, lMlt. . 55,51705
In sic of this showing, is it not time for
totnclxxly to rise and cipjain? We call the
attention of tasu)trs to this condition of our
treasury, with the taxes about all n. What
lias become of them?
WHAT AKE WE GOING TO DO
Are we to be guvcrrved b) a cunstitutloiul
government, or are wc to be rulcil by Irre
sponsible and unprinclpla! altcnlurert?
Thi is not a ijuestion of theory which can
be moraluct) over and seriously taken Into con-
vtderatlon at souie other time; but it Is a live
question of the day, which comet home person
ally Iu every one who las anjlhing at stake in
Hawaii nci. During the at few inonllu the
ouurse of the minlili) lot cliangetl from lax! to
stone. The corvnalHin folly has. been run to
it, (Italh, anil cpeun incurrul wMch will, of
a iDorat certain!), csceol the approprutions
trade therefor. The minisli) lave directly
am! willfully divoUjcd the poiviumu of the
.Muliiing Act. Section a of such act icifi
cally require that cvtty puLlic accounUnt In
Honolulu alall uuke weekly luyincnls to the
Miaivtcr of finance of all nioocys iccelvnl by
him, accurnpanicil ) sworn vouchers bearing
bis signature, al containing a full ami ac
curate dcxriiption of the servk f;r wliich
such sums hate been ircrivetL
txctlun 3 rcipiiics llut KiUic accountami
out of Honolulu shall nuke tike icturnt u;on
uath, once a rnuBth. Section 5 mctnplotily
directs llu.' A ekliloi General In rqwrt lo ihe
M iniiter of Mruncc any failure la comply with
the ioicgUng sections, in. I, until ihcy arc Com
I with, f rl ids the lament of any sahry
nth illiniiicnt aicuiintint The law lm
mK Wen, nrxl is not cntticil mil. Ami why
nut? JmlRtrn: from Ihelr conduct, Ihe theory
nn whfrh lire mlflktry runs the midline l,
Ihnt dlreetrnm enntAlneil in the appropriation
Wit rVn rrywllture f the rcstnue ate mennt
rw Ihe amnaeitwnt nf tgishtnrs, md not as
Inns whkli the) are I wind In csecute.
Srctlrm IJ prnyhles that "the Minister of
rinnnc, im ti,n n enneniently nny lc aflct
tll espinlhm ftf cstry iuarler of Ihe fminclil
prrlnl, sImII mli1Kh In snme puMie ncwtpiper
a tntctnenl in iltlull f the receipts and et
lmlitnre, on account of ihe public scts'.ce,
dnritis; such quarter, with a rinvifille state
menl of sikIi receipts during the cone
jmmllrn miniter of the proious )eir." I Icre
is n pWn, direct rnmmsml, ullhout An) if,
flor Nils "The Minister of Hnancc "
shall rwiblhh." hy is It not A)c ? lillhcr
tlter is a intann for It, or there is mi renvm.
If thrrc is nu iciswhi, the minUlr) tlsnd Kfoic
lite ciwnlr) confenseilly ineainblc of carrying
imt thr Un of ihe land. Hut this conclusion,
all hough rntirely in Vrrping willi the chstactrr
sml mellnuls of the present mlnUtr), is not the
answer to thin question. There it n reason
'the lion compliinec with this net his not been
llmmo.il neglect. It Ins tccciicd more con
sktcriition by the ininivli) linn an) other net
on the statute UkiWs, unices it mi) be, how to
eimile the piosislon in the apprnpriition bill
which forbids transfers. The phln and only
Inference l, tint Ihe ministry do not want to
coin pi) with the Ihittcinlh section of this net.
Die) tin not ..iff lo do it. The finmctil
transactions of the present ministry will not
twir Imrstlgalinn. Their prcsint motto Is
"Kulc or Uuin." This his liecn rcpealeill)
cidenccil lilcl). Their iHilicy is lo so in
limidite all gmirnmcnt tmplo)ies, lint in
stem! of Ihe public Insing efficient senanls,
the minislt) nny line a lot of ItunUcs subject
lo their beck and call.
Willi an uller distegird lor Independence of
thought 1111I txptcsslon of feeling, the mtnistr)
arc turning Ihtir whole strength lo the v.i)"
pression of personal indeiiendence among the
cmpln)ces of the gosernnicnt.
It ns covertly giitn out, and welt under
stood, tint the tenure of office of government
officers depended Iirgcty timn their atundmcc
at the coromlion ; and the degrading spectacle
was witnessed, of those who hid grown gray in
the service of the government, going to, and
hnding thiir presence to the consummition
of the ridiculous farce agilmt their desire,
and conlnry lo their principles simpl) !
c-viim: their brcid and butter depended Uxin it,
A further cximple of this disposition on the
part of the liogus Mormon and his colleagues,
is the vindictive attempt upon their part to tie
ioc Messrs. Atkinson ami 1 1 lit. as school
teachers, for the simple reason lhat the) boldly
and fcarlcsl) darcil to speak out the truth.
The minisli) demamlcil of the lloird of Kduca
lion that Messrs. Atkinson and Kill be dis
misses! from the positions which Ihcy hive
held for )cars, although not one word had ever
tieen heard agiinst llieir cfficicnc) or cafiabihty.
The lUiirdof l'ducation, vv ith an indciendcncc
which is liccoming a rarity, replied In sub
stincc, that the) took no part in politics, and
that as long as the officers named properly
fillet! llieir duties, Ihcy should lie retained.
And now, wlnt do we sec? The Hoard of
Dlucation is unceremoniously dismissed. On
the evening of the inih inst., the resigna
tions of C. K. Ilishop, i:. 0. Hill and J. N.
Kawainui was requested, and on the morning
of the 20th inst., before. there had been nn op
portunit) for reply, a new lioard is gaietteil,
consisting of whom? The liogus Mormon
priest, who is pt.i)ing the part of king; K.
Preston, who is posing as attorne) general ami
tool. in chief tohts reverend partner; and God
frey Rhodes, who has distinguished himself
principal)) as an unreasoning advocate of free
liquor and Indian cooties, and b) a general
disposition to dance to whatever music the
priest hid a mind to fiddle.
The meaning of this is, that Waller Murri)
Gibson means business. Kithcr personal inde
pendence, conscience and principles, have got
to lie sacrificed, and a sutvilc olicdiencc to
orders sulistilutctt therefor, or off conies the
head of every officer in the employ of the
The arbitrary and unw an anted dismissal of
Godfrey Drown from the Fimncc Ueartiiicnt
is of a piece with their other work. An ef
ficient accountant, he has by his uniform atten
tion to his duties, won the respect and .confi
dence of the public ; and now, without a
moment's warning, he is told to take his hat
and leave. And lor what? The ministry say
that lie has given ixjints to the opposiliou. As
a matter of fact, Godfrey Ilrown committal the
unpardonable sin. He did not so liesmear
himself as to ote) orders and atlend Ihe coro"
nation fraud. The truth is, tliat he would not
tu a tool in their hands to do their bidding.
The meaning of all this is, that Walter Murray
Gdson intends to be lord high muttamuei or
nothing at all. lie intends, by means consti
tutional or unconstitutional, Iiwful or unlawful,
right or wrung, to ride rough-shod above the
kiw, and regardless of opposition.
The case is before )ou, people of Hawaii,
wliat are )0U going to do about it ?
SV.WATUV TO WJI0M IT JtRI.OXGS.
The recent changes which have been made in
the administration of government affairs has, to
a great extent, dashed the hopes of such as
were looking to an early and complete solution
of lic serious difficulties which have for some
time ust been staling this coinmunit) in the
face, at a result of bad government. The Idea
entertained by certain of our prominent men,
who have leaned to conservatism, lhat a more
intimate comjaniomhip between Gibson and
the King wal all that wasneccsMrytogivc llu
Majesty the same thorough disgust of his char
actcr as liai long been generally entertained by
the thinking portion of this community, has
proved, if we judge h) the cilcnorof recent acts,
to lave been an utter delusion. Hut, If such
have been surprised, we have not. Where un
scrupulous men are wantctl, no array of facts
in proof of such character Is likely to be hurt
ful to theii interests, but rather to enhance the
estimation in which they are held. Facts lave
been aira)ed, sufficient in numticr ami indc
feasibility, relating to the character of this man,
lo convince even the mol ignorant and un
thinking of the community of hi utter un-
worthing (o fill ihe office he holds to-day;
but, in the face of this, he he las grown
In favor so tint now, as reuurked
by a contemporary, he is able tu change the
character tf (rtngmg ijmAant for that of
njfitl JuUhr. As hi character It Utter
known, hit elevation in the esteem of the King
become, mo.e and more conspicuous; am!
while the whole country resounds with com
plaluti against the accumulating evils attend
anl upon his guidance In the administration of
affairs, ami the very autonomy of Ihe nation,
as a result, in a desperate plight, he, in hit
imagined glotr, U lifted higher still The tra
is ujkhi ut when resa.-ctabtlily ami integrity
ran be ojienly and Impudently defied by a
man whose pretentions to icsjxxtabilly were
long since dcad when into, well known hi
this cuiumunit), ami ptumiocnt not only for
llieir lectitude and ability, but fur Ibcii'dcso-
lion lo the Interest! of the country, can be ci
llal from office because U their rcfutil to
submit to Impertinent dictation from the King's
cabinet In matters entirely apart from the du-
ties of Hi ofliccrsj when, by every means nf
pressure which an unscrupulous administration
can devise, it is sought to imixte free iiecch,
and estort frum its necessitous decmlcnti even
a semblance of npprovvl.
Hut still Ihe play goes nn, and more gime Is
yet tnslew. Appointed now as I'retfdcnt of
the Hoard of IMueatlun, and acting with men
wtm have stooped tn lieeome his tools, it will
lie in his wcr to dliposc nf the luge tip
pmprlitlons mide for cdiicnllonit puivosc as
they and he ice fit ) and lint dcpaitmcnt will
Imilitless anon, from III present IhtMngcondl
lion, lie reduced firanclill) lit the same enrol!
tlon under which another Imird, nf which the
Premier Is also president, Isat present Isboring,
where lis needy and afflicted ileiendcnts, In
cases, even luk the necessaries of life. Hut
this Is one eqnel only of Ihe coronitloiii
tinny more as startling may follow.
With those who Invc been removed from
office on account of Ihcir rectitude and Inde
pcndcncc, wct)mpnthict with the count r) for
the loss it Ins sustained by their removal, we
s)mpslhitc and not less tin we ijinputlilse
with Ihosc who arc rfcccssilitcd to hold offices
under a tenure to lie milked nut for them by
inch an one ai Walter Murny Gibson.
HAWAIIAN MORALS AND MAN
NKRS, The Mpid dctcriontlon of Ihe llawiihn
people tinting thctcignof the present sovereign
Is one of the Indlsputiblc ficts of history. The
hnd of the people hive been flllcmteil, It nn)
Ik: a fict, by their own consent. Hut If the
process Is to go on for a scotc of )cin lo come
as it his during the list decide, vveslnll sec
the Hiwiiim in the lunl of their fithcrs a
thriftless, vigiliond Set, filthy, diseased, vicious,
a burden to themselves and a curse tn Ihe
country. The cdiicition of the )oung Is mi
ridiculously mcigrc and Inqicrfect lint the
(masting talk wc sec in foreign ncuspaicrs,
ftoin those Ignorant of the true condition of
Ihe cnple, seems ctiniinil foil) lo those who
know tint cttucatlon mems somclhing more
linn nn itlcnipt tn miscall words and construct
w ritlcn sentences. The ignorance of the ivcrigc
lliwaiiinin writing his own Itngmgc is ap-
pilling In those who sec the biennial piridcof
figures in the report of the Hoard of I'ducition.
The origins! design wis an intlustrh! Kduci
lioml s)stem, but the actuil outcome is an
ignorincc and a wretchedness tint is one of the
snidest sights to be seen on earth, as those
know who know what is the present condition
of the vast mijority of Hawaiiin homes to thy.
Hy their own acknowledgement the Hawaiian!
are being dropped out of Ihe industrial pursuits
tint arc at the foundition ofsociil welfirc and
progress. Iuincss nnd vice rcict ujion each
other. With no regulir hours, with no decent
accommoihtions, with no pircnlil care, H.v
wiiian 1hi)s and girls arc left to ronn the
streets from early tliwn to miilnighl hours,
and an) thinking mm cm judge whit must lie
the fruits of such sowing. How long will the
decent, rcsiiectablc, not to say Christian
iwrtion of the community endure such foil)
and wickedness as now seem to control the
powers that lie? Wc cannot put in print the
stories of whit his liecn seen during the last
few thys. On whom rests the rcsnsibihty
for the longer continuance of such a state of
things that no (Kircnt can consider it sifc and
prudent to allow his children to pass out of the
precincts of a well guirdctl home, less the)
should lie contaminated hc)ond all hope of
recover) I Parents, who hive homes here, are
)ou willing to let Hawaiian morals and
manners set the standard, mould the character
and decide the destin) of )our children? Or
arc ) oil ready to take) our stand and say that
whether in police yard or drinking dens, Ha
waiian morals and manners shall no longer be
the seed-lied or vice and folly, to scatter physi
cal disease and moral putridity over )outhful
innocence and gladsome hope?
TJIE VALL MALL BUDGET ON
" In the midst of the general decay of the
Hawaiian people, who arc d)ing out so fast
that King Kalakiua was lately compelled to
make a tour of the world in search of subjects,
wcaresorr) to sec that the native authorities
arc still pursuing their foolish course of aping
Kuropcan royalty instead of taking active
measures for prescrv in;; their own race from
utter extermination. It appears that the King's
first care on his return to his decadent little
realm was to build a new cathedral, to com
plete and furnish his ow n ialacc, and to make
prcKirations on a grand scale for the corona-
ion of himself and queen the throne and
crow ns to be iuiottcd from Paris, and all the
ladies of Honolulu to appear in sweeping trains
and full court dress, as worn at Huckingham
Palace. If this is all the good that semi-bar-
larous chiefs obtain from a tour in Kurojic, it
would lie much better that they should stay at
home. The "international courtesy" with
which they arc treated over here hcIjK ap
parently to turn their heads. Kalakaua is
chief of a tribe of not quite 50,000 people, and
his grandfather, if not his father, was a nikctl
cannibal savage; but after being feted on
terms of equality in London, Rome and Vien
na, it is no wonder that he should go back to
Honolulu resolved to live on his paltry revmue
tn as fine a st) le as his brother sovereigns in
civilized countries. What wc wish our Kala-
kauas and Cetcwa)os to sec is just whit ihcy
are least able to comprehend; what they ob
serve and remcmlier most is just what it is least
cipedient they should aspire to copy,"
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
It is not true that the new Hoard of Eeluca
cation lave ordered that the Aula tut be made
part of the educational exercises throughout
the common schools; nor tiat the "Hroom
stick ltrigade," of the Koyal School, lie pro
vided with uniforms and toy musketi.
The statue of Kamchamcha I placet! with
its pe-destal in the center of the lawn in front of
the Government Huilding, is a fine brome rep
resentation of an Ideal tartaric hero, ami
formi a dally center of attraction for a gather
Ing of Hawaiian gaiers.
On slit ; that one of the members of the pre
sent Cabinet Intends lirully to remove his office
from the Government Huilding lo a place more
handy to the office of the Minulnal Organ,
when Cabinet secrets (second hand) will
probably be more freely furnished to cus
tomers. The former, much respccteU Hoard of lo
cation, were removed from office for non com
pliance with the written demand of the Cabi
net, that Messrs, Hill ami Atkinson be
disclurgeil. Hut the new Hoard have met
(consisting of the men who required this action
at Ihe lands of their predecessors, and certain
followers of theirs), and hav c fallal to carry
out their own policy In the matter.
Shrewd personi have long surmised that the
great diifUnty between the appropriation, for
the coronatlou of Ills Majesty, ami the apnar
rut JavUhncss of the preparations, might lead
to trouble with the Treasury officials and, the
arbitrary and unvrarranla14e eipuleion of Mr,
Godfu, llrowo, the Kcsjistrar, hat In no way
bellies to soothe these ssisiritaoni. The with
drawal fioui the Treasury of a large deposit of
gold by a iotnaBs)t liiilne.ii nun of the lows,
immcdiitcly sequent Uin the anmmneimrnt
of the Urgistnt dismissal, ran search l
construed into an endorsement nf the net.
Do mtions semi out representatives to their
foreign nelghlatrs for the mrpoo of attending
to the- interests of their subjects tut alien mil,
or to pliy llunky to alien courts and court
Wcdnesdiy Ihe aist Invtaiit w-vs set niit
as n diy nf llooktipu (or offcilngs) to their
Mijestles, rcndereil apprnprlilc ns nn neenin
pinlmcnt of Ihe roromtioii festtvitln, Hit
plicinlstlc ailtciliscmeulii, Inviting Ihe nltcud
mice of the public were pU-iitlfiill) dlvtrilmtetl,
ilitlng I ck a sufficient lime to allow for a full
preiir.ilion b) Ihe ciectcd visitors. Hut the
visitors, nevertheless, leemeil In lie few, ami
their offerings fir between. Smite given In as
tronomieal interpretations (ss lately taught b)
Ihe fiilisonhn orgm) attribute Ihe fict tn the
ihapH:.'raiice of the star "which, strange tn
sny, was seen ihining conlcmKirancously vvitli
the sun" on coronation morn; others, tn the
effect of Ccttiin reoits which Invc liectiinc
current as In the file of oilier tlomtions made
some little lime since.
"A few weeks ago, juries were npimlnlctl tn
consider and tepoit on the widening of Mcr
chint mid AliKcn streets. Nustiett in this
clly requires tube widened so much as the
lirst tnmcii. 1 lie puiitic would like in sec tins
work iindtrlikcn nl onrc. Willi rtgird In
iMikct street, some spetuhtur In nutlclpttion
if ils biini! widened. Ins tlioiiiilit lit tn idice
tile foundation of his wooden structure as close
to the middle of the ttnd ns he mi without
blocking up the sidewalk, hen Ihe street is
widened Ihe owner of litis sttuctiirc will natu
tally look for compensation. Daily '. C, Ait
1 ti titer.
In exphn.ilinn oflhc nlmve piragriph, wc
would Inform those Ignonnt ofthefict, that
the prcmites referred to arc owned b) Queen
Kapinlml, nnd lint the building mentioned, is
lieing constructed of initeriil taken finm the
Pahcc).itd. 'I he plei of vcrdinc), or triad
vcrlency, on the part of Ihe '. C, A. rcpntler,
will perhips avert the consequences which
would otherwise nititrally attach lo so disre
spectful .t mention of the ro)al piopcnsity tti
A IEW CORONATION TACTS.
I1Y AN oiismvi K.
Shortly after II o'clock of the 12th instant,
the eventful thy of last week, a dozen kauikas
appeared on the front steps of the pihcc am) cil
in somlirc suits of blick, each weiring a tiny
cape inidc of d)cd hen's feathers. The pre
vailing color of the aforesaid capes was )ellow.
with here nnd there a streak of reel. Kich
kanaka lre a huge feather duster, known in
Hawaiian history as the lahili. These dusters
were most!) made of roosters' till feathers,
considercel very granel by all gooel ami lo)at
Hawaiiins; their intrinsic value must lie ntiout
Iwcntv-fivc cents cich, though outside of
Hivvaii they might fetch $1.50, as curiosities.
The assembled multitude- of nitivc children
sciteel on the platform and their proud papas
and mamas who monniKilitcri the scats in the
amphitheatre were expected to hiit the appear
ance of the feather dusters with loud cxcliun
tions of joy,but somehow the above mentioned
multitude- did not seem to enthuse worth .1
cent. In fact, the solemn stillness seemed
more like a funeral, and all c)cs appeared to be
anxiously looking fur the corpse. After a few
minutes of almost breathless suspense, there
appcircd the ro).il imperiil majestical ex
Postmaster, acting marshal of the ro)al house
hole). This dignitary (?) moved slower than
cold tar, followed b) the various Kitcntales in
the firce, among whom we oliscrvcd His
Honor the Chief Justice and Ixjnl High
Chancellor of the Hawaiian Kingdom looking
vcr) savage, painfully so; perhaps the strong
sunlight hurt his c)cs. Man) thought a ccnti
pctlc was crawling up his hick ; others at
ttibutcei'thc painful expression to his lortlship
leaving stepped on a tick. Again, perhips the
awful solemnity of the occasion was too 'much
for him, or, possibly the frequent rehearsals
produced thai forced grimace so often obscrv eel
in fifth-rate tragedians. His Excellency the
Governor of Oahu evidently desireel to appear
as a major general, commanding fort) thousand
strong, but his figure w is too thin lo carry out
the idea, even thinner than the savage expres
sion of the previously mentioned Lord High
Chancellor. The ro)al family, very much
dressed, seemed to feel the awful solemnity of
the occasion, as each individual wore a painful
expression which might lie accounted for in
various ways; jiossibiy their breakfast might
not have agreed with them; perhaps their
clothes were too snug a fit, or too heavy, or
the march down the pahec stcrw loo slow, or
the music too weak; possibly they were all
mail localise the Postmaster went in first. The
appearance of llieir Majesties failcel to call
forth the slightest expression of welcome; the
assembled multitude of their countrymen were
as dumb as o)slers. The parson, who birmght
up the rear, though clothed in the somlier
habiliments of his sacred olllcc, was evidently
the jolliest and hippicst man In the crowd.
Considerable time was consumed in getting
the little party projierly placed within the
gaily-piintcil pagoda, thus affording the indi
vidual members thereof an opportunity to pose
in various positions to lie stared at, as well as
to stare at each other's gay uniforms and
gaudy dress. The mijority of the royal party
seemed cross and disappointed as though each
thought their neighbor's uniform or dress Ut
ter than their own (the word own is used
on the supposition tint the good clothes arc
laid for). The King and Ihe ex Postmaster
seemed Jierfcctly satisfied, each tailoring under
the impression that he was outdoing the other.
The cercmon) was oiK-ncd by the ex-Postmaster
reading from manuscript a lengthy account of
His Majesty, dccoralluns, etc. The manner
of reading closely resembled the school liov's
first attempt In rendering "The Hoy Stood on
the llurning Deck." Wc think the ex-Post-master
must have imagined the King himself
would do the reading and pin on the decora,
lions In regular order as a rcwanl for his re
cent distinguished services In Japan, but his
disappointment must have lieen great, as he
was completely ht sight of during the re
mainder of Ihe performance.
The next act was tq administer the oalh,
which wtii properly performed by the Honor
able Chief Justice and Lord High Chancellor
of the Hawaiian Kingdom, who proceeded tu
act as waller to Ills Majesty, passingln regular
order the crown of state, the ring ami sceptre,
not omitting lo affectionately fasten a huge
custard-colored feather cape on His Majesty's
shoulders. Next Ihe plain gold crown, which
His Majesty gingerly hi Id by the little gilt
button at the apex long enough to be photo
graphed before placing It on his head. His
Majiity then placed a similar crown 011 the
Queen, which, by the way, was cicccdingli
becoming and In full keeping with her royal
robes. DM the multitude cheer r Nary a
cheer, DM they show any slgm of approval ?
No signs. Was there the slightest rustle, or
even a unite? Neither one or Ihe other,
Slowly ami silently the august company re'
turned from whence they came. The as
semblcd multitude did likewise, save only the
few white people who act eel as though they
hoped lo get away without being observed
Finale Volley, from the lew ship In our
harbor, aided by lite I'unchbowl bhinelerbustct
and evpluude; pupgitttf; K. K.
7 HE NOHAIA icAR CRvIl
Nothing seemed in I going on In Kuhali
on t oronallon day, tmt quite a numlier went
mil Ihe nexttliy tn see a "snare crow" tint
occupied nn elcvmleil itlon In a rhnlr at the
lop of a pole in a rune field, The "soire
crow ns seen from a irsiiectatile ittstmee wi
aprcnlly gnltcn up rrjidln nf cspenae,
and exacted to Kitre the crown, or rati see
Ing there are no crows litre by Ids auguH
presence. In ftel, lit, vcr) mcreil ami royal
apinwranre, eKrltlly Indlmlcil In his crown,
was sufficient to put nil plchlan nl. In dread
awe for n league nlioiit, and they riired not np
punch to breakfist ofT a choice itnlk of cane
(ippriMch the cane I mean) wlthmil a humble
foiwnnl tncllnillon of the Imdy and a reverent
lifting nf Ihe lilt, wilh c) rilietl rxiteinn and
Holier tnwtild ldsieiidn niijesl), who was well
gotten up In uniform and wore nil his decora
Ills crown was ih I silence I It w.wa tie-
criplinii, but it wits white, while ns Ihe snow
on lliwill 1 htehesl iicnk (?) Ami did we hear
an awe struck tnnika In nlnlf whlsiered voice
use mine high flown rupremlon ns "isn-rr
Maui aVit," or was it out) Imaginilion ? Kn
lull would be nothing if it could not lie orlgi
ml. No old castaway "crown nf a hat"
would line answered the demand for novelty
ami tiniqucncxi. Still, there ntc always mime
dissatisfied souls men vthn would hive a real
live king or none at all) men perchance who
Invc hid inough of ro)atty at home nnd wish
nn rcscmhhncc of it here; and notification was
given by the owner of Ihe nine field lint If
said Iraversyon royilly were not removed by a
given hour hi the nflernoon, it would be dc
The notification was uiiheidcd, and this
odd effigy removed tn the ridge of an nni
nut lint wis mice a liorse, went In search of
nn owner. Was it clmm-il or not I We pre
sume tint it cither was or was not, for It ills-apiK-arcd
from public gie. llut vie hope tint
the mint was successful in securing a good
likeness, ami will favor )ou with n copy.
Vours vcr) truly, A. 1 1 F l .
Office of Superintendent of Wnttr Works,
IIiinou'iu, July 3, 1 Eli.
AH jrwrtis havintf Wnttr Pnvilrges arc norificd llial
llieir Watfr Uaiis nrc M)lll arm! innually, in ail
vtiice, at llic office of llie buitlntrmlent of VVSler
Work, foot of Nmtnnliu etrrtt, lijioii tlm lit ihy of
Jmuiry nu.l Julyof cicli ear. C IU WIIAON,
115 tf Suiirmittmlcnt Water V'orl.a.
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PAPER - RULING DEPARTMENT
HAS 111 I.N
no ovi:r his iori'-s-iui li s'iohi:
(ItrCHLT I! lock.)
1.NTKANCF3 rKtlM FuKTOttlloTEl Sfkl-KTh.
All work will hae the same care and promrt attention
HOUND lOOUhrKINANVDKSIKI I SITI.K
Papor Rnlctl nntl Blank Boolm Matin
TO ANY PAT7I-HN.
FAPi r oi; itu.i.s niocKii),
MAI'S MOUNII I),
Or any work pertain ins to a well anointed
BooU-Bimlory, Faithfully Executed.
ADMINISTKAIOK'S NOIICI- The under
atgned, having been duly appointed adimnivtrator
(with the will annexed) of the ettatc of MARY
ORF.I.N. decexscd. all iscn-nn lnvimr claim acaint
aaid estate are hereby notified to prewnt the aarne with
out delay, and within nix months nfter date hereof, or
thc uill he forever barred, and all persona indebted to
aaid estate to make Immediate iiaj inent.
. a, l.Kl.l ,.
Administrator (with will annexed) of the eatalc of
iMary ttrccn, iieccittU
Honolulu, Februirya, teSj. 130-4!
ORSES AND MULCS FOR SALE.
loarrneb) the Ilarkcntme nicotr, now due:
Four Fine Driving and Saddle Horses,
:i:t iitiv m ntvs,
hiom niRi'.i: 'io iicur .i-us old
The stock will U kept at H
Corral A j l lo
ARNOLD & .SIII.R1 R
Or, to Hackfeld ct Co.
Honolulu, I cbruary J, iSS
.XTOriCi: "O I-OI VKNDPRS. Tender for
IN furnUhing Pol to the I UNAMI.0 IIOMK h.II
be received M the ofUcc of the undettlgncd until PKI
DAY F.VI.NI NO, March ad, and will U opened at tlw
aaine place tht neat day at Q A
the beat Duality of hard Poi.knu
The Pot to be of
nuwn at Paiai, and to 1-c
delivered at the lainalilu Home twice a week, llic
Irustecsdo not Lin. I themwlvca to take the kivteaor
any Ltd. .S It. IK) I I'
F'or 'IruUeeaof tle I uiulilo VUtale.
Honolulu, Fcltruary 93, i5l 130-11
Ed HOFFSCHLAEGER & GO.
Jtl IIVJ HTlciHOVCMl
Q XT 13 13 IV N rr 13 13 'V f
Nt la P. I- AJawa.
1 1 -ttf1
pUECTION OP OFFICERS.
At lh. annual wrettng U lU KOIUL-V blUlAR
COMPANY, iuli FtUuaiy S, iHi, lU fJlol 4.
nctra art tluted t- it aiooioc r
J C, All FN . ; MPrtaU.
Hou. 1, uorrsaiirti , .yu picauwm.
IJO.I.S. N. CAST IF). . 'Iiawif.
1, U.A1HEK10N SoorUrr.
U W. COOkt . Au4U.
J. U. AlHKkiON.tKv'y K.Co.
HvoUula. falnswy f i, Hy na-iu
IL.LINGHAM & CO.,
1)1 Ml K1 IN
n a it mr a km,
I'MNTt 0II.S .ml VAKNInllM,
ur.nisri: i; hvitnivmsu oiu
Hi. Lrgrat aimm imml of I't OH S, fsr all rttina., o
I fnl ml ll Wan-la.
Ilarmta, CuMmlnr, Horar Jhn, On la,
() llo.a, (I. Uatlm, I mliler ( nnara,
Lam ami llwnfny Mltls,
OaruVn ami l.anal liarnvm,
(TIUIII llvKI R VVAOONS,
M HOSl.Nh Oil, JT10VM,
l,rnp, hnrHtelWta Atnl lrrtna rfwatyka.
It, lU-hlnf, Ptimpa,
l'fmlr. Sin atvl I a pa,
Hnwn'ri Sliimliitil Aiunrtrnii Srulra,
pf nil (trfpMt
HtHtMr-fttrnhtihttf ft ,
Irr li-th I'rrrtrMp
I Imt fit r.
Cnll (ih1 rfflmim imr trrMii!.
Oitr atnrk U art cmi
ataiilly tr lnihil Hltli id la I ft ami trtot apivnil
tnrtilhitH that it U ImtaMalliI In ciitimtrtito
wilhiti ihe njinifl 1 1 uitr altrrtninnt
tin: htirsi Ai:ur,
S)iiRllnnjr, whttli tiione BhimMI Itliniil,oiieof lli
Miij;itiiM-Culoltn Plrn-Prnuf Siifmi
Iloftal Cm or Jewel Cac.
Hentl oiin t ttl menial out of many
AVf ttCommittre tf I iff tHri(t jtrft!
At n mcttingiif ht .Mawiiltmrtti Mutual Firs In
aitrnnce Unum, hrM nt NantAkrt Menrh, AiiftitAi 96,
iBsfi, Mfnjifi'x of lu nianuricturet) hy tl (AjiiH'i
(.alette Fire Pnmf Coinp.iiiy wrre ahnwri An Iron
Uir, aloint twwfcrt Imin anl one fH ilrrp nnd wnlr,
with liiiinj; llirrc fourth of nu Inch thick of Mugtit;
Cnlcite milcrijvl, ft fitll willi nrimi ilununrntt,
Itrrciilaackii, mul (iftof n cirit of lutlfrr milihea. It
Mai then I lunl tion n Itnlof Ii t conU, ami tit liui
four feet of dry, hard wo. I pitcl tijioii (t Ihv hoc wat
kept tititlt-r tirein heat f r nu hour nnd a half Not
wiiiuUn ling the Inm cuter A the Imt wit o Kidlv
warf-ed tliat the lining wi in iinmrdialc otntart villi
the llimea, nn o)trini) it ih whole cot.trntu rrs fmind
In n irrfect atate of trrvrvatlon A anull Imnd and
imte car , tlriuiipil t( i tid IiuhIc of aulta .-.ml atfra,
wai Aiit jeclctl to Ihe aarne dfkft-e cf hent for hnl f nn
hour, nnd im mtitrnts were alw fuund n frctt from iny
fipcn'a'cP f "ire ot amuke n when 1 1 iced ihertln.
II. L, lti rrjiw,
Ciiai 11 Lt MINfn
CiiArt. A. Mowlam,
I lljAit IIowk, )r ,
ALVithti U llAhwuiw,
t$9-tf Uf reentatl Inuntxe ulficera.
THEO. H. DAVES & Co.
Ol IKK I OR SAM',
I'rom the cargoes of the ULIOCK and other recent
cseU, the following
Dry Goods and Clothing :
Print, of the latent Mlea. faU c.uri
Itlue Ucnimt, Hrovin I inen DnIU.
W lute Croydon Sheeting,
Itorrock'a lng Clothe. Uaterproof 'I
lowcUmul lowchng. (Ka lowcU.
lable Clothi, lable Napkiui
Pure Eineuff, Shawli, Dreis Ooodi,
Orenadinei. Wlute and Colored Silk.
(stored hitins, (Jr.t Clotht,
Artificial Fliwemanl Fcathern,
Cottfrii Itandkercliiefi, Silk Hinilkcrthieff,
1 able Covers, woolen, ColoredSntleentand Crapes,
I incy Mixture and I lueand (!ri Flannel,
ictoru I Jiwnf, ltrook Sp-nd Cotton,
Illue and White Check I Utujo-v,
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
1 anci Plaids Reeitta Shirt. Wool Shirt,
V hue ind Colored Cotton Shirts,
I nncj Scarft, Pilot Reef era,
Mcn'a White and Ilrown Cotton Half vt
Lidio Iloe, Men's Ready made Clothing,
Indies Hats f white, black and fancy Mnw),
India RuMxrr Coats, Cajicsand legcings,
Itlue ami Oray Horse Ititnkets,
Woolen Itlankets, all stes, colors and weights;
t'rlrrt Otrjtrt, I'ctrrt ltnfMt
I ttrrtuml ri"ar lhntr Jtut.
A full assortment of G1.NiMMI.NS and I.A
HII.S' SADUI I S ; also, Saddles fur lloi md (lirU.
and .1 few
ItRIOLF S, Saildlc Cloths and Chamois Skint.
Suar Bags, 20xUG.
Coal Baku, 26x117.
Rico Bai; and Twine.
Itittnuttml Corvtttftttrd lttnjluy (14 gaujje),
In 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet lccih.
UOOFTNO SCR1.WS AND WASH1.RS.
Annealed Fence Wire, No. 4,5, 6an,l jt atttl Stalcs;
(alvamcil Iron llucketa, alt tuts;
(lalvanled ad Ikisins
(alranieil Carded Itordcitng and Netting,
Hnncd Iron Saucepan, all sues;
teakettles, real Japan Itlackuig.
i'trhiff Itvlvh ami (Unulvu Tifvrt,
lawn Vats and Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
I ancy GLvu IKiwcr Sunja,
I cm Hailcta, tic V
roKTiNn ci:Mi:NT-r-i'iir. nniCKs,
l.lrrrjo tlt iinl Iturk ,Sntt, Anrt VnhtU
ririd itvllrtl (, llurTrfrr,VitHrt
it mI Urorcrirm
English, American and Hawaiian
r L AGS !
Ilirre, fir and at en, ard lung
TOl'SAU, shi:kt chains,
AJmirjliy iter, Lua ii, H, ft 1 ).
.ovi:i.i. dufi'kvn stkam coal,
IN(5USII ll'AIIIKt IIILII.VO, from "jwi,,
(u taalua )
ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS.
"I'lG- IIMANI) !!0U1,
Itota atai ,jiujts
lAla ajat ooartl
jUbfMsaaya jlraly fui cm.)
(lil uw. Cfiuli llratbly, In rc,l
run Sndch a..l Iriah Whuilaa.
Ihii4caM.' "KcU IUr, wk! otliar rin. CLai.ta la cawa
C1mi.ia4u.i , , IJibdlaaiai uim
Unr Ml-r-llurta I'uirrr i'srfMM. JfaisilHr.
.(, On Tkrrfilr I'uirrr t'rrllful
V i"r-; I- UAVIKA k CO,
flat Aiiaaftow IViil
I). V. MVHHA V,
(Illicit Dlapntidi for 11ms Abnvn Port
ss. h4v la
poll !N IKNllH(J
ll At Ainaftmn CHjirr Irrn
. . I". -' O It I),
It. lUlllatllP (nman.lar
IMaltm MM.I.II! Is, riUlf .awl l,ar. ifilik ,11.
rwHli Im th aknv itl lor fraiafit m auw, (fair
In, MMlnr cMn xeanaasolailaHj nJ '
lai (I VV Mairoeana (o., A,r.ia.
lm lln. tavarli1.. Mi
(Inlidt Dl.pnltdt lor tlin Abnvn I'nrl,
I- fraWrl nr 1-,; ?Q
poll SAN PHANCISCO,
I KltJ) Mvi.r
(liilnlt Dlajintrb for tho Abovn Pint.
Tor frrliltil tc
IRWIN Jk 10, Atfr-nt
poll SAN PRANCISCO,
lh American HrlttantiiH
(illicit Dlnpntrli "of, tlio Abovo Port.
lor r'tekttil or luaaaire, airly In
V (1 lUU'lN ft C,e, Aicrnli.
-NCI A NIC srilMMIII' (OMI'ANV
'Hie At ItritWtt Menmer
Will lcae San 1 rancib) fur Ilutiolulu the
9th Day of each Month,
Returning from Honolulu nn the nd day of each
month San Fnnclwo AeenU,
J I) M'KI LKJ.US ft I1R0S,
Honolulu Agetil. 31; Maikrt St..
m U IRWIN A Co 04
I RANK COOkl,,
AftitMr ran tmr rottowtNU cuastkn
WAIOI.I, JUI IA,
t'.l.N blKJIX, kAI.UN,
AN 1 1 MAN A
I IAC, -Keel with Wlnt. Hall OeTirt airnrr of
futeri anil Nuinnu Street
pt.ANII R'S I INI IOR bN IKANC'ISCO
v. nnr.n nit .1 i wr.i. r, ir.i.
VlrrtKiruliM- recrn-ril Sloai; Tree, and liberal caeli
to" varices iieaila on alilfiiiicnis by this line.
ST HAM Hit LUtKhrKK,
Steamer I ikelike will l-ave Honolulu etch luevby
At 4 I M 1 tutu tunc at I-ilutiu, Maalana Ray, Makeru,
Mahiikoua, Kawaiiiae, Iniiraliorboe-anl Ihlo.
Returning will touch at all the above wrtt, arriving
at Honolulu each Sunday a. tt
IO3 tV IlalllalS (.O
A. V. Nl WI I.I. .. Muter
On or About Mnrch lnt NoxC
1 or freicht or tiassaKe, ni iJy to
i8-tt ti llRUVM.R&COMPANV
AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
ciiaklis nur.wnii ei
H ill dneitch llie Itatk
ma utua da ij.v,
III.NSON ,. . Master
Sail from Ronton on or About June 15
Orders should In in Itmimi not tiler than June 1st
to insure sht ment.
j or lurtner tianicuiars, at wy to
C JlRliWF R & COMPANY,
fuecn street, Honolulu,
OAT Jr., & Co.,
Honolulu, II I ,
WouU Ule tins incthoil of Infurintnp llie mlul Hants of
Honolulu, aiat llie ollirr itutKla llut
Ihcy Iwvc otarned a
Stationery and News Depot In the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 25' Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
I tin 11R Iliiot.s, .
Ink mul Miirllaiir,
In quarts, jiints, Inlf-pints, anil cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papetertes, etc, etc.
OttlrrM laKrn iii-iiiim prrlwltmt r nrar.
fHl;,rlfitir llliif tti-tlrmhtil.
IVomit iiitciulon .ill la, sttenloili. Mailing
of l'aa:ra to aubarnlwra on any of iimi otliar
lU-UkJa J aIm), ajcema for III.
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orilarsf.4 Red Kubbtr Stjuiirctirtl and iruti4ty
TJOLLISTUR A Co.,
Whoikiais ANU KkTAIt,
anl nunufaetunr of AI KAU II WAIKKS,
luiiKKtaiaaml laralera tu
Oenttlua Pavtant aaftadlolaWaS,
I'asnojr avail TalUt Artlalaav.
Kola A (ml l U ll.a CtM.altJ
tobacco and cigarettes
JhlJOMl (,'lnyei' Alv,
M Nuujjju IK, saI Poriwr I Vat aaj Man am, H.
HONOLULU, M. I. m