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Homoi irtu, II 1 1 March t. iMj.
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rf arrltala from lhfn. ollh oilnl fri
nuuh villi! wharf t.i It fully nttiiiilril, ami Mm
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t,f the SumWIt tin, line tare vil f li'Mlaas,
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lll aUl Ull liiu1'Ht"ln lli tlin I'l" .ltln lliln
n.li.r Miay f.il cmiidal n.l liM nfary In lli'ir
lmrraln( wmV lli Ul law iTic f.f J M llatkl
Mm, Kk , ailHnlnR U Hank. I" ll rar tlnn, a
!:; way ionnrilin( llli ImiHinm liln l ml
lliiu(li lli front oill.iii w Irani It In I fillnl i
a a ilnn Hot liy Dr. IV. Iloffinann, nlmMill liat nn
itluhl f"t lli olil InitlnM rl Mll
Our -( arrlvalt fnmi lli Cwl will .rnl.il.ly U lli
. l.KHifn, Suit nnil II' 0. In', lli lall"
mll lf ntl wrtli.
.(rrlrnf rrf Vorl of IIihioIhIu.
KIUiki llsti, lmr, Sari, fmm Kalmlul .I'll
KalunJ,Mh.friirii Maliko ,,
Wall!, arli, frmn MaliVn.
Likrhlr. Mm. Mnp.from llllnaml way .lt
Iliamtriy.Mln, Wrrlinun, fm Sari Iramltm
Srlina, Am l-illn. Milltr, fnmi S" Iramltu) (
I liulal, mlir, fn.m Walilin
Mil Mnttlt, tli, fmm Mololal
M. IV .Smllli, Am inn, frnm IVrl l.iwiin.l
Mary ami .Siitan, Am wli l,V, from I nil
U K lllli.ii, Camrnin, from .San (rantjwu.
Orca, Am Mm wlialrr, Coiiln, from cruiw, I5n
l.l.lt ttrm ,
Mary Ii I'otlrr, hIi, from Koliwt t
Mamiokawal. h. from Kauai (t
Inint, li, from Nawltiwili ,,
Mal..l.i, Kli, from HaValau .
fwalanl, Mm, llat, fromlaul (
Mr I'oo. tcli. from KooUit . .. .
U'i.Jl. uli. from I'Aauliau Mrcli
if h. If li
rmonl, Am uh, iiikkt
irlnt. from lfiimtaoliU
l.lim. Mm, lrrnrrn,
Vnt Hand Ami Mololal
Irf-micr, Fifnth(innUai,Oirtifaiiminiiti, Tal.ili V
Ann, Am li, McCultuch, r San rrnciti,
llnu. Mm, ftmcnrrn, fT Mololt.il arnl liana.
Kilaura I Ion, rtmr. her, for Kalmlul
jamm MaVr. McPotiaM, for Kauai
MnVlii,Mmf MttrtK(r,for Koolaii
Wailck,M.h, for MaliVo...
lUlraVala, uh, Crane, for rcieVni.
Kaala, uh, for Knolau
Nrilie Merrill, uh, Llntulan, fur IjiIl.1im
Kaluna, wli, for Malilo. .
UWIifcr, Mm, King, for Milamul way port
I'aualil, aclir, for Ookala ,
Krlaultiohl, mIi.. for tlanalci .
KurtVa, Am Utnc, Ilerry, for San KranciM .
I).C fllnY Am lik, JrnV,forSan Francisco
Kevrr. AmVk, Mclntjrr, fort lowmrml
I lliolthrt, li, fur KoI.ki
Mary ! 1'oMrr, l, for UVianae
Khutal, m.1i, for Waiahu.
Irnnif. kIi. for Koolau
fklalol.i, ch, for HaVatau.
J. C Kcml, Amtrrn, It HalliMrr, fur S. F
I. I. Slrrkl, Am hctiw, rrlW, !ur ft. r
Ullxk, llrit I k.SwiftoUawnkl. f.ir l'ortlan.ltOr
Mamiokaai, mIi, fir Kauai. .. . .
Mee Fi, mIi, for Koolau
Mary aacl Suun, Am h tk, Haiktr, for crm
Merttuinttitrn VrunrU In fort.
IIkrman, Uarion(iii ilistteM.)
Morninu Star, Hray
DAkufA, Wendt. . .
AtkhamaN, Chtpmnn ..
Km kh A in, Oatter .
Kormt QurkN, Windmu . .
Maria K..iMiTii, Johnson. ..
Haw. hut ne
. .. Am. W
. ...Am bKtnr
. ..Am. Ik
... .Am tern
, . . Am. ach
.Am. wli. hk
MUTINf, Fdward.. ..
.U. S. S
11. M. S
u. s. s
KjriectCtt from Forriyn I'nrt,
IknTON, Am.Lk.AMV Tvrnrii .... Newell
Due. C Hrewer ft Co., aRts.
llMMBN.r. Lk. C K. IIiuiup ..,. .Waller
Due. II. Hackfcld ft Co., agt.
Nfcw Viwk, Am. Lktne. Kukor Vkjnon. Humphry
Due March sto. CVtle ft Cooke, ant.
I.HnmiMii., Itrit hip Jankt Court . .. ..Jkoii
Due Ami P. C W Macfarlane A Co, Agent 1
IlkkMtrN. tier. Lk. CANoru. .Iaiosc
IxkaJlnt; Nov. 15. Hackfeld Co.( Agent s.
l.ivvRrtNH, Hnt. hipCiiKNPFRViK roe
Due May !). 1. II Davieaft Co.(Atenti.
NfWCAMlK, N. S. W.t Lk JUttlLCK . Iow
Due. Wilder ft Co., agenii.
I'oMTC.AUtim, Am. m.h. J. F. .Miilik .Hanvui
ItoTON, Am. U.S. It. AlLKN Lldridse
Due June 15. C Hrewcr ft Co., Agent.
HnKMkN, (Jer. S, S. KiikKNi'Kiv.i
Due Aprd 10-15. ,l Hkckfld ft Co., Agent.
GLAMrfW, lllll tllip, SltANlniN . . PaUMful
Due July 15. (. W. Ma.farUne ft Co., Agent.
I)NtiON,b St. Michael. Lnt S S AuRkt.KLtiK
Due Al-fil n-ao. (1. V. Mat. far lane ft Co., agent.
San Fkancim;o, Hr. Lk, Uaiv LAMrxtN ..MarMon
Due March 5-10. Itrcwcr ft Co., agent.
San fhANCtco, Am sch. I ha ikiiNAiKK .Luce;
(For 11 ito,) now due.
San Francisco, n.ft. Suki, IKjdd
Due March 1417. Wm CI Irwin ft Co, A Kent.
San FRANCihCu, Ani. LUCaibarikn.,, lUbturU
Due March 5-10, Cattle ft CooVc, agents,
San Francisco, Am. Lcuw. W. C. Irwin Turner
Due .March 5vl- W. (I. Irwin ft Co., agent.
IV rt Ut.Akt.'v; Am (JiipjOrAco. . .ltod
DucyMarch 5io. Allen A Kobinvon, agentv
Mrorf r.AMfLR, Am. Lktne. Kit At.. ., KoLiuvn
Due Manh 1013. H. Hatkfeld ft Co., ageutL
Sdniv, M S S, City or S.dney. . ..Dewboin
Due March 11. II. Hackfeld ft Co., agentv
San r kANCistu, l M S S, Ikalanuia Webber
Due March 17. It. Hackfeld ft Co., agent.
Niw Cauik. N S W, lUkuouitift
Due April 15-10. U W. Macfarlane ft Ca, agtv
NiwCaiiu,NSW, lUULk rACllicSl-Or: Uarne
Due Apr" 5 H. Hackfeld ft Co., agta.
San Fkanciscu. Am wKChas. Hanskn . S(raguf
Due Maxvh 5.10. 11. Hackfdd ft Co., agtt.
ItUMM'i-iiT. Am tern M F.. Ihh-.k. Faul
Due. Ccwvn ft Cooke,
Port HuAkRLV, Am. bkine. Amklia New lull
Due Match tyy Allen ft Kobinvm, acta,
1'utT t'AMBH.Am tk 1-lIXlK Ma km) all Uetgniann
Due March 1015. !" & Citoke, agtt.
San Franciico, II aw, U. Kalakaua Miller
Due Maixh 1 j-o, K A. Sclucfcr ft Co., agt.
Sailed from Sn FraAcisco. Feb 8, r m, with light wet
crlv wliult: mh. frrh cakt from tout he ait to touth
wcu, and rough ma which coaltnuM unttl the 14th, then
moderate toutheatt wiml and cloudy wtatber until
the tad when wc had light buttling wind and heavy
ratn with thumler anj iigbtning; thence to p-n light
notthwfu wiiwi and calm weather; Feb 14th, putcd
baik lctnvilla bound south. c
xTttc Hiiluh ship Atciaiuall U tlitcharging at ill pW
lit Amtttcan talk Knrtr.Ul is Mill dlM.haiins luuv
Ur al Ilia foot uf furl .1.
Th Am.ltm Marl K Siniih tt dUhai.-tntuiutr al
TK A met Wan thin GtlshurKlt al the fiMl t S S
UVttikt dock ducluretn cual
Th. Hon Uuk Hcrtnann. has dmhar)(d all bhtr
cargo, and hauld uut Inlo lh ttrraat.
lit ContutUi hat hauke.1 In lo the tltilatiaJe lo Uud
Cjr San V raniltco, sailing early nest tarck.
111. Ki.ikK taai thiu Uinin salUd for Tahllt lui
11i KutUan stinierl Stxthclwl, and Narrlnkk, auy
be looked fur at Ihit kmI shortly.
Th 0rinan cortrtlt Ixiimi;, UcactrJ tier, frwn
sTallao, tu atvul a month, ur sis wrsks.
The Hi 111 Ji tuik UIUV. sailed for IVttUnd, O. ou
ThufadAyUu. Mi Hriuy Von Hoti, wrul wi her as a
patariujtr. W. wtdt hiut a lion Vo)a,
Th Auerk-an talk Fums Queen at I' M S S .half,
she tt up for Sau r'lanchco, 10 tail In ahoul luwr 11
11m AuetKAn sthooner Panogtua arrived front Hunt
boldl )Uerday, and docked al the lt.Uiud. bh
vUUuis a cargo el led.ood thlu,Vcs U Atlen KoU
tutoit. 11m Amcl-an tthaltn, Laik Wanderer, Captain Mc.
Lane, armtd from Nw (tedford and ciul. Urrday,
tlean. Captain lliuuian tUI lake svtumand al this
tut and prtHTtid north.
11m Anna, tailed for San KrancikCo, tw Sunda). Eu
reka, aud l C Murray, Wolnnday, aud lb John I)
bpitiktU, and J C l'urd.l1unday; a. rath una aspects
lo aaak ikt Wtl lecwld urer, u csurtt lo hear a good
ttpott, fiom thsiM.
The AaMtkau bgtnStluu, Captain Mdler, aitittd
fttMBtban riaiicUcu tau Stutday. htve Uiut a Urge
cargo of cental arthandia. Hones, Mule. Ac uhnh
tJMUdmhaigtngalihiretMoaiBhaif. She. UtU laid tal
lur San lian.tu.-oait.uu adtnehargsd.
Tb llatraluu Steanter CK Uithop aniied on Ua
Tuesday asomiug, 11K da) s front ban 'tanciMa, srilh
. full sargo, and a nuuthti uf pasMugtrs. bh. Uought
. uaad, and utM day later ucttw Wa are under uhlxga.
ttout, aud hereby eatend our thanks, to Caps Caaseroa
U news favors.
11m Aasct km bktne lltaouvcry luilvej uf the putt
lata buaalay eveauu.! too talc lo coaa lu I'l puru She
aathamd oultide, and cat in Monday a. in. and
ttotaVedal the old Cwtuaa Hwim ohaif uheis she h
ISbw Atthaiguig . tat,. lautceMaueoua talri cotuJgrtrd
fot 9n Frantlaw r " J C Fonl jno SmiiK.
r I'ntt Tnrrl, t Mtftlr. A M lr"K
fr 1'oHhn.l, (r, ft "Ullnta" Harry von Holt,
Mlt Vrni lloli. MItHrlnamn llrJl
fot San franrttft), r II f Murray, I fllt.llr, lm
ff. Mr Umllli, S WmlnMn, Mla Cltntaan
fot "Un I'rarwltm, ir I nltla, I I.!, Mrt flooil
win, Mlt Allr .Mi
InftUn Irawltni, lr Anna l'l , CH llrw,
A ikltn, W W l.ilan, l M Wftl, K A llall, firtl
anil torwl olTitr fimar
for Mnlokal ami Maul lr lliira Fl n Mrt J f.
Hainan!, Ml I. fml.r. Mlt l.klll,l WMylwif,
Mr Almna, An! tt,i!tk
fi Katinlnli-! Kllaiia Hon IVIno Af llltnn,
Mrt Slmr. Mitt N lwn, C II ( i.krll, S Oltl, V.
II llily ami Iwn ilauiililrlt, Mlt I off, J M (t.
Mrt llarlwill ami i ihiLlirn, A II J K Imilli, anil
for Hanal r lamt Mk 11. 1 M, A Willlt,
linimann, wiip ami i'imhi. .. . ,..wn j ..
II..I.,. ( ,..l..,li ai.t l.ll.l. W II 1(1.. S W Wli
lot, A Kay, Kal.llmum, I r Wallm, III Virllik, lh-
'I liomiiaon, l!i) Kanon wif. Mrt Ma ami ilanali
Irr, Mr I'runln, f M llull'l, K A Maifi, ami M ilk
for wlmlwanl l. r I.IVU, fln ( Wl
ilr, Mitt .Stainff, Mi !lornr, MitMltaw,Mm lur
Ion. II ami A riiilmi. I. I' llVllntt, I Anlil, I'M
Makrr, S II Malmka, wif ami tun, I. Ktk.n, N K
l.anlrlin, wlf amlliil.l, J I' Malan ami wif, S V I,
ll.n ilia k II.,.,. MitL llrwrll.S ,Hiinir. W
llnitlnaliam. I I. Mil rry. II II llaniiFiam, jno K
Hatirt, llUlllirlm, I M Wal.li wlf, H I I'M, J
,. ,ir, ' ..i'. i . . ......
Frnm Sfin Kmnfirrt, f C H ym A MtOrnunr,
W A l)Mumlf Ami if
ll'r A II...... I I. I I.I. 11 l.i.n.
I mni San Fran Iwn,
ntnl iliiisliftr, ll Ml
Jno Miirtiliay, tlarty I
t--t Slmi, S K Ihillrm. lf
lUiUy, ( t: Kool, II llulfr,
from San I rnxlwu, fr iMwimry, Mrt Oillwin,
Ah-.o. rrnrik I 11U, II U llanlintf rtn-l wilt,
Stlirrtrr, II iMnnman, Jfn I Sullivan
Hum wliHlrl -.tt fr twalml Fli 8 Mr (' K
IM)ii, Mr MaAltl'B, II M Whittfy. ( Mrlrmkr,
Akona, V. A lUrlna ()'il.l, ( !. I Mal, . lUru-tun, A
Sirrlil, H Cnlcn. A H ll--l, ainl ftttUrV
Irom Mo).kaf l Maul lrr Irfliua, reli f I. )t
ley, Mr Griffin, ami 14 Wt
from wlnwaril irU, t I IVtliW, I- ! 15
HaMina, Hev A 0 Fmlr, (tlUll.Tim ( M, ( lmri
V JIMlil, IffHi I it wii.ur, rjifcrr, M ia
iirf ii, 1 jiMiiTvfii,
Hoy, I Uornrll, Awana, Mmttlmorr, Aliln,A Ifatlira,
Ami, A fun, (' H C'nMni, Ml Kfla, MUi Makrkau,
Mr Katna ami tliltd,
I rom a Cntlv, -fr Steam WlialrrOrca, Wni (I Irwin
Ac Oo, 3,it Kail (U.
From Irt 'lnwhtnl -r M K Smith, Fell (V!I
Hal Vfi ft Cn, 36,805 ft flrtiuli iin luinl-rr, 61,647 ft
ilrtwif luiuWr, 3,4fj liid
Woiti San Franc (wro, r iSelina, Fcliarj- CO IUrrr-
injfi ri I. I Ailam. a tlnr rurnltliie: AW
I'rircvft Co, lot c provision; lljman Urn, 3 c ilry
(t""M, B c A anl Miort; v ti irwin (.n, 379 'C
rovliv.n4, 1)1 Mk, ia tn-itliinfj 1 jln-iV Co, 1 cow:
WiMrr ft Cn. ai Iwlri liav. in6 tikir sftMrrir niid
hardware, jo hhN lime, 70 Ul trment, traMl1 ft Cook rt
i e iMnlwirr, 1 r iirlntnl nut Irr: I. J llttli.VMi, lui
M.U linn; (i W Alriffailinft Co, 141a nk lrn ntid
ml, tj hat- hiy, 5014 ftpiket, ion l-l-l hmt II Het
Irr. tn tiki; frnf. t linlc hav. ai tow. 1 caitinff.
ir liorwt. 14 mute, an 'i, t sulky, t harnif-r; Onltr,
Sicrt rtatir, (i ke Kritfrrlf, 15 c l(lure, tin
dry lliiiioe firm 811 (il8 nn1.
l-rnin San Francltro, r Divovrry, Fh a6- II
llackfrM ft Co, io M hay, to6 l l-ntley, 31 Uan, 15
wheal, 1 c picture framr, J c Klawarr, xu hM lint-,
115 h Ucad; It LKhmaii $u hhlt lime; (Jfo Luca, 81
hrnki Sam Holt, 39 pke hanlwarr, 3I,kK cUnwarc;
Wm I, Rowtlt. 9 i-Ve hardware: 1- O tlatl ft Son, a?
k)t hardware, S ptatrdware; Honolulu Iron worka.
(.olCIl liuld r crrutkerv. 1 c mde. icirat fivturr.
'I hue )avie ft Cm, 6n hi pikr5 Mi hay, 1511 Lhl
lime; (, O HerKer. lotnk caolinri J 1 Walerhuuw, 6
M lrootne irai hhl htne. -10 hi hay, 150 k hruri,
Vn J V Hour, ( V .Matfr1aiic ft (.n. 175 M hay;
Win C, Irwin ft Co, 141 U hay; M S (Irlnbaum A. Co,
ticdrvcoxMU: man llro.o c clothitik. ao c llk
and linen; I. Klhittou, ito U ltay; A lierRan, ac
t-ae potato?; 11 Aran. taok nour; iiotie lo, a
cham; H Crahlie, 4 UII tork; Wilder & (a), 3 cart
1-Dilie, 6 wheel, 113 lull baltt-n, 116 Jf hini;les, 5,-
n toM. 1 net
imll, I Mt oar wheel, I IiUihIIc lTa,
aaa inn sriingie; wnier 33 mule, 4 none, nom nay,
-1 1 .. . . . . . ...
88 k Larley, 7 k btan,
yt tiiii oeci anu 3 pxg 10
From San Francftco, er C K Hihop, Feb 97 A W
fierce ft Co, t whale Nxit, I hx Kince; Macfarlane ft
Co, 50 c whiskey; Inehan ft Co, 70 pktf bo honki;
Sshaefrr A Co, 4m V ki Hour. 10 LU, Uef, to )
LLI l-ref. ?o L cod fish, 8 H firkin butter, 1 C cheese,
to lui rot, 5 hi onion; llolhster ft Co, iLbIt suar,
ar hardware. 7 c groceries, 1 jkg lotcro, ) LLI b
meal, 3 pkgt drug; Wilder ft Co, t c paer hanging;
1 1 intn Hro, cctobacco, 1 c .itmle, 5 r. Mraw ut;
llolIesftCo. tsokkft Hour, t Licnef fl bU duck, too
sktontt, 100 k lwr ley, loogdlitiiley, toobsjotatoea;
'aimer ft Co. ' c nuMc loiintain. I li tin wire. 1 hul
glassware, 5 copper sesseN; T 11 Davie ft Co 75 LLI
lime; A I. Smith 11 c sewing machine; Castle ft Cooke,
18 bbl vilmon. m U sk Hour. 10 b varnish, inks
leather besting; 1 bl dollar 34 Li 4tarch, 6 Lk lolrstcr
5 c vine, 31 pespijx, a liil jack, t crate turpentine, 31
ci pipe, a c naruware, 1 ih.i rak, s kg nan, 9 ux
moli Ml brooms. 1 roll leathrr! Irwin A Co. aoo k
Imrk), 17a bbU.lune; Ja Ha)-Mldeu, 5 c castins; A
Ilergan, 100 nkft Utoes( 35 bx onion; Levey ft Co, 3
ccand); McChesney ft Sn, tooikt, mtatoe. to skt
onion, vocaate corn, 8 k I tans; CliineM: finru, 41a
pkg mdse. .,...........-.--
For San Francisco ter Anna. Feb 344071 Bar su
gar, 43o,37aIts; Dom. alue, Sao, 039 uS.
ror Portland. Or, per Ullo.k, 340 ikg molatscs.
6uoo gals, value, )i,ioS.
For San Francisco ier I C Fonl. i.ioq fkes rice no.
o ttf, 7,459 pkg sugr 8 111,66 1 lte; value, $53,630.48.
For San Franciico ir Jno D Sreckels. Friis nns-
cr, 6,771 pkg sugar, 834,431 11; value, $56,533.62.
anu one passenger J lcoiuni.
For San Francisco rxr F.ureka. Feb 378604 Lairs
sug.11 061,564 H; domestic alue $59,36335, 33 empty
tanks ror. saiue 9330.
For San Francisco per DC Murray Feb 374631
kig sugir 518,513 ttts, a35 bag rice af8tsoo lbs.
34 pkgs molasses 6,883 gals, 7 bags code 700 IM; value
domestic pr.nl nee. $46,738.30, t6 pkg faddler) ware,
Foreign value $1,358.53.
SATURDAY, MARCH 3. '"!
All matter for the Saturday Press should be
addressed to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
77E HAWAIIAN TREASURY.
The estimated receipts of the Hawaiian
Treasury for the hicnnial cii(Hl ending March
31, iSS., were $1,915,251.05, and the expen
ditures, (as estimated hy the Ministry which
precceded the one now in office,) $2,923,860.-
50. Hut, the Gihson ministry, thinking this
exenditurc altogether too small to meet the
requirements of their inflated notions, prevailol
upon the Legislature lo Increase the sum to
$3,563,116. Hy the alarmingly depleted con
dition of the Treasury on Feb. 21, 1SS3, it
would seem as if money had l-een spent In ac
cordance with this estimate, and without any
regard to the future need of money, or the ap-
iarcnt improliahility that any great portion of
the Two Million Loan would lie taken up.
Things have arrived at that pass, under the
boasted ability of the Gibson cabinet, ul.cn we
are called ujxin to face the serious rpicslion :
Is it jxrssible to meet the current cscnse of
government during the remainder of the Hat
nial firio.1 with the revenues likely to be re
ceived during that time? Our opinion is that it
is not possible ; not even if all public works
are stop-ed and only the ncccisary current
espouses of government, including salaries, of
course, have to be paid. It is useless now to
talk about any more cf the Loan being taken
up ; and the country Is to lie congratulates!
upon the fact that only $150,000 of that has so
far Ken taken. Up to the 2 1st of February
last, $1,400,000 had 1-cen received into the
Treasury Including the $150,000 received on
the Loan. Of this amount but $35,917.05 re
mained on the date mentioned. How this
money has t-ecn spent Is a mystery, for no
public woiks of any impoitancc, if we except
the Maiint Xaifctsiy and the craiy ruiasis- A)
Kanunliili, and an inex-cnsirc addition to the
I.cpr Hospital, have been done. $45,000
appropriated for the l'ali road should Ik.- In the
Treasury to-day as also neaily the whole of the
$50,000 appiopriated for the building of Hos
pitals throughout the Islands, and many other
large appiopriations for woiki which tcnuin
The estimate of receipts to the end of
March, 1SS4, U $1,915,251.05. Of this (not
Inclusive of the loan taken up) the Govern
ment have icccivcd $1,250,000, thus leaving a
balance of $660,000, with which Government
must lie tun during the thirteen months yet ie
naming of the titHm'jl frioJ. Does any one
think this wsslble when it has coat already,
In the eleven months avt, $1,364,100 fot the
cuircnt expense, of government deducting of
course the few thousands of dollars which have
U-vu expended in public woiks and Immigra
lion, and the amount appropt Uted for the euro-
nation. The salaries alone will amount, in
thliteen months, to fully $35 1,00a
Oh, benign government I Oh, honorable
wen of the Cabinet I Oh, men who the King
trusts, and would have the people trust I How
long fuithcr shall we have you with us aid
I tu out case of " hope versus despair ?"
7-A' COKO.VATION HVIA'i.
The t-iinilitutlon novlilcf very clearly for ft
rcimntlMe mlnUlry, nml llicre arc, rrli.it,
tint A few wlio cuntliler wcmi mir matt vtlitn
vie phre llir rcimllllily nrvlili;licr ilirmMcn
II1.111 lli'W nf llic Culilntl An1 )el llic f.id
Ihil wcli.ivr liniiiKlit Immc, on rniloin tli.HKi
It h.i liPtn lnimllilc In rtfiile. Anit Jiitt
loin; n Knl1k.1u1 rrmiliicln lilmttlf at f.tr nmil
frniii llic niiiiit nfllic Coiittllnlinn M llic teller
I tjf llic liw will nllnw liim, milling mutt lie Iwttr
Hie nililir cilticltm lh.1t with ncU ilrnmul nml
tint lie tlilcMcil lirlilnil nnyrii.iict nf inlnltlcrt.
Amnni; llic fCTtiilliiiriiii(;eil fi lliccoro-
mllnn titrlial, facta nrc tmw cllciteil In allow
tint fur many montlil ifltl it uric nf I111I.11
li.ni: licen ilevltcil fnr the rvcnlful ncculnn
lliil irii.ilt, nr .-ili.in rtm-ilt, nnylliliii; In
llic iliirk ti;ci nf iwinltm fnr nliictnlly nml
lirnttiilityi nml tliii I1.11 lntri lirnii;lil fntlli
iimler rnynl i!ilmni;c fnr llic ilclfirallnri nf liit
lurtiMi. Sclilnm In I Ik- liialnry nf IIivm lllaml
jmc Midi ill(!intlii: 11rnic1ln.cn etnrlnl, nnr
iilrlmli.iimliai, iKlrefictil intllnal lilinilnitecl
to reiitc the mmt nliimtiniii nml ilq;rmlln!
fr.lliltn nf llllr.1 ..l(;.ltlltlii, to re eit.ililitli ill
Inlliicnccii fir nml near In rvcry ii.il I vc Immc
m I1.11 Ucn the raic wllli the ni'i-ir.illnti nml
enactment nf the rninnitinti liul.li, The fact
It, tinfottiiii.ilcly, il.iln nml umlcnl.ililc lli.1t
K.1I.1V.111.1 Ii looktil uhiii m the patron Mini nf
Ihc hula In n far ".tenter ilr;rec linn wni
Knmth.nnrhi V, much m he cniintcnuiceil It.
The ircM.nt Ii nn nien, ll.i',rnnt, ilcfinnt nip
Kirt lliercnf, with Hi printttl irr);rnninic lh.it
wreaki nllli filthy nlncenity Iihi ;rmi for nil
lirlly, nml Ihc very Mem cinivc)iil, let nlnnc
audi lml.11 cnnctctl, Ii moiihli tu Mnixcr the
licllcf lli.it n monarch, nplni; the ;r.iinlciir nml
enlightenment nf l!uroK,) ahniihl enter to the
Imtctt 11fnnlm.1l pniiinni nml finter Miih In the
niiiall linmlful icmalnlnj; uf hit mlijecti, In
ilcnil nf rcimivlnu nil mcli tcmlrnclci far from
them nml cncoura;ln' mntalitynmt il;lit liviii);
niuoM; them. It, nl limes, pnllt nur tliclicf
that with llic (jnlilcn npmitunlllci K.il.iknu.i
hai I1.11I fnr ii'inlcrinj; himulf nml hit Mihjccti
the invy nf the whole wurlil fnr ihc cnniforl
nml true happinevi that wni actually plnccil
within hii ',ratp, nml )ct Ihc ijntilen moment 11
licini; flilleicil away, iliunkcnncii fintercil nml
Kivcrty cngcmtcrcil, the plague of Icpriny it
nlloueil to stalk thrnii;h the land, ami now Ihc
licentluui hula ii cncoiir.i;cil, to ln;et iillencsi
ami iccwilh nil Its attendant evilt. Where it
the llootn l.ahui ipliit that uai annnunccil
Knlakaua'i uatchuuril? What has heen
nrcnmpllshcil towanl it in hii tei;n? Itni the
sanitary cnmlitlon nml henllh uf Ihc people
hcen the suliicct of hii ilecp solicitmlc? We
have askol theic itiC5tlnn licforc, hut we ap
parently ask them In ain. A selfish spirit,
unfortunately, 11 the characteristic trait pre
dominant In Kalakaua; the ;cmkI of the nation
sinks far into insignificance so long as money
ami plunsuics arc supplied free and fast to fill
hit idle hours.
Another thought comes to 111 from (he lore-
going iiion the ministerial icsimnsibilily side
of ihc question. The Attorney-General re
cciscs a yearly salary of $6,000 for what?
To sec lint Ihc laws are carried uut, or to ad
vise the Crown which may lie flagrantly
sinlated? There is a law uon our statute
lxHiki relative lo obscene literature, but we
have not heard that Ihc programme of " Huh
l'oni Moi" has engaged his attention. No com
plaint has liccn entered by him for their pubti
cation and distribution wilh the view of prose
etiting Ihc responsible parties to the extreme
limit of the law. The Attorney-General, as
also Ihc Premier, must be perfectly well aware
nf the deleterious effect of Ihc generous distri
billion of such literature, some of which has
naturally fallen Into the hands of the young, to
imison their minds and engender evil passions.
As mcmlicrs of the revised Hoard of Kducatton
it therefore becomes their plain duty, in tin
protection of the morals of the )oulh of this
country, to prosecute with vigor this flagrant
wrong. It may tie tlial tne Loron.il ion com
mittee, of which the Premier himself is chair
man, nrc not wholly responsible, but through
them the comjHisers, publisher or publishers,
aiders nnd abettors can lie reached. And if
this is the prescrilH.il duty of the Attorney
General, upon the piintcd directions for a
numlier of these heathen dances, what must it
be uon their enactment ? Every dancer and
jieiformer is liable to arrest for indecent ex
(insure and lewd obscenity, and it remains now
for the legal adsiscr of the Crown to enter his
cases at once in the matter. We hase liecn
cursed with an indifferent Cabinet long enough.
It is time something was done by it to prove
there was vitality enough in it for some duty
liesidcs drawing their salaries.
AN OPEN LETTER.
7V Hit Ejc. Julni Prtifon, AUirniy.Gtntrai ':
You have now held the position and drawn
the salary of Attorney-General for some nine
months past. What have you done to honor
the former or to earn the latter? You are the
head of the Police Department, and as such
have it within your owcr to make it a means
of proerly enforcing the laws. You also have
it within your power to let things go at loose
ends, nnd by Inattention to what is jour plain
duty bring the law into contempt. You have
chosen the latter course. The police iistcm is
a combination of inefficiency ,-inaltention and
corruption, as )ou arc well aware, and yet ap
peals are made to you in vain lo remedy it.
The force in Honolulu is charactciiuil by the
former two; but on Maui the full combination
is in possession ; crimes arc committed openly
anil no pretense is made at punishment. It
has Wen brought to ) our official notice that the
deputy sheriff of Wailuku Is charged with
being subsidized by Chinese; for what purpose,
IT doe not take a Socrates or a magnifying
glass lo discover, when liquor can la.- bought
there as freely as in Honolulu, and opium is so
plentiful that it is 25 per cent cheaper than it is
on any other island.
You drafted the present free liqnor law and
embodied the clauses therein which you stated,
in your arguments in defense of it in the Legis
lature, would make diunkenness far less preva
lent than was then the case. Why do you not
enforce these clauses? You know that the
liquor law is openly violated In Honolulu,
where there is a semblance of a police force,
and that in the out districts it is worse than a
dead letter. You arc not only inconsistent
with our professions, but )ou arc derelict In
your (worn duty.
You aie drawing your salary with a regularity
and promptness that, extended to your other
duties, would make your department the model
one of the Government; but sou are giving to
your emplosers the -copte no equivalent for
that salary. This country Is not in a conjjlion
to support sinecures. You have had an op
portuuity to place the police force upon a more
sound lusts than any ol )our piedrcevsors have
lad. With a great flourish of printer1 ink,
you wcte appointed one of a commission to in-
srstigatc the Police Dc-aitmcnt. Neatly
)car hu passed and not one word has that
commission uttcicd not one act has it done.
Wlut excuse have ou lo offer ?
You have been looked upon by the public
as the sole redeeming feature of this Cabinet ;
but you hate done nothing to warrant a con'
linuance of this confidence. You are man
of ability; at such, you hold a high and honor
able position, and you owe it to the rmblic and
us Ito yourself to at once bring about a change
I and vindicate those who had thought you capa-
hie of heller things, nml who still think so, if
you hut hare the will.
Have yoil anything to ay In )our 'Indica
tion, nr why yon shmild not In? held rciionsl-
lUf If mi, the cohimni nf Ihil aier are
nien In yoil and we will gti'lly ptihllih any
reply you may desire In make.
The '. t. AJvtttfur rpmtei from the S. ".
Chronittt nn nrllclc cntllldl "t-prniyln I In
wall," wherein ipiotntlnin arc mule from the
(inullt nnd SATtimiAV I'RIJW, and seeks lo
creatp symiialliy for Itself and feeling against
us who have liven (.lining up Ihc authorities;
nf the place to do their duty, lint only as gov
eminent nffirtri In untying ""' lnc , hut as
fcllow-tneii to use the means at their com
mand lo lessen the disease here, nnd prevent
Its spread frnm ourselves In n.ir nclghlxirs.
Thlsdclectahle ihttl Is fearful that wiltlngs,
such as have hetn puhllsheil liy it "dlily con
tctniraile" may lead lo "nn cinlnrgo tiprm
our pnalucls," nml then rises siilitlmcly lo nil
dicM nur "sugar piiHlurersi" -" Vim Inve
suhifilitcil the unsuupulnus prcM ou have
paid fnr its clirulalinii nhinad, nnd it Ihc trav
elhr kce away through fear of taint, and our
ptuduco should he talioocd In their wonted
maiktls, then take ll Immc In yourselves and
rtllecl thai son alnnc aic the million nf the
mischief," Oh, sulilimily and palliotl Hul,
wc following our nntiiie, must drop again lo
our proper level, ami say to our liiglinilnncil
cnntcinHiiaryi All your asscrtiuns In regard
o the nnH'Cnntnglmis character of the disease
will lie lie lie ved neither here nnr alitn.nl, as
agilnst the unUcrial opinion nf the physicians
of this place, nnd Ihc writings, hascd iiion
those opinions that have gone forth fiom the
"opiHisitlon press f nnd nothing hut prompt
and energetic nctlrm iimjii Ihc pan nf this gov
ernment can nsctt the imssihllity of nn cm-
hargo heliig laid nl tome nnl distant day tiion
nur prixlucls, and n rigorous taaranllne nnd
thorough medical !micctin of such nf our
ienplc ns would visit American ports. And
wc would say to the I'rcmlcr nnd Ihc hirelings
who serve him : If these things come, you
alone nic the nuthors of the mischief i take it
home to yourselves nnd reflect iikhi it.
Tliii TREASURY TROUIIt.n.
Wc give below a copy of the corrcsnnilcncc
which took place lietwccii the newly apmiritcd
Minister nf Finance, and Mr. Godfrey Drown,
Registrar of Public Account,, prior to, and
connected wilh, his dismissal from ofliicc:
NUIMNII AVKNUK, IIONOI.IMU, I
Keb'y. 191I1, 1883.
Dkak SIR : The Cabinet having decided on
linking certain changes In office, I have in con
sequence to request your resignation of the
oflice of Registrar of Public Accounts. Though
this request may hate become a necessary
iwlicy, I assure ynu that your valued services
in the past lo the Government arc highly
appreciated and will ever lie rcmcmlicrcd.
I am Yours Most Kcsiicctfully,
Jno. M Katkna.
To GoiikkkV Hkown, Ksij., Etc., City.
Honolulu, I'ch. 19, 1883.
His Y.x. J. M. Kaiena,
. .IA Minister ej I'inantt.
Hlk: Your communicalicii of this date re
questing my resignation of Ihc office of Regis
trar of Public Accounts ii to hand. In reply I
beg most rcsjicctfully to suggest to jou that the
Kjsilion I hold is one nf trust and a request for
its resignation places mc perhaps under an im
putation, I should therefore prefer a dismissal,
which would give mc the opiortunity of vin
dicating myself before the public.
The following was received by Mr. Drown
on the day of date:
Department ok Finance.
Honolulu, February 20, 18S3. )
Sir: I am in receipt of yours of )cstcrday
and must reiterate the tenor of niy note of same
date. The cabinet hate fully decided on the
matter nnd with this view do order your
removal without further discussion. Air. l'ratt
succeeds sou in office, whose apjiointmcnl will
be gazetted to-morrow morning.
I am llcspcctfully Yours.
Jno. M. Kapena,
Minister of Finance.
The reader will not fail to obsersc the ad.
mission by the minister of the rotlen state of
government affairs under the present advisers
of the crown, when he declares it a "necessary
policy" to dismiss persons who-.c "valued serv.
ices in the past to the government are highly
appreciated and will escr be remembered."
It would not have been more astonishing had
he declared it to be the "policy" of the govern
ment to rob the Treasury: and that therefore
it had beccme necessary to remove from office
men whom cxjiericncc had taught them to
believe would not collude with the cabinet in
the nefarious work to be carried on.
sIN HONORED DEATH-BED.
The following account of the late Minister
Resilient Allen's dcalh-hcd at the White
I louse, is taken from the Washington Corre
spondent of Harfer's Ilauir.
"It is rumured that it is owing to the feeling
aroused in him by Mr. Allen's sudden death
at the first large reception he had this winter
that the President had felt a hesitation about
fixing a time for other large entertain
ments, a .
Her friends say that Miss Allen, the young
daughter of the late Hawaiian Minister, in
speaking of his sudden death al the White
House New Year's, says that she can not regret
the manner of his dying, because she knows
he would have preferred, had the choice been
given him, to die with the harness on, but
grieves deeply that she was not by his side on
that day, as she was the prcv ious New Year's.
Rightly considered, the death of the senior
member of the diplomatic corps at such a time
and in such a place was an enviable one, since
it was a painless transition, and the surround
ings were befitting an emperor's death-bed.
The highest officials of this country, and rep
resentatives of evrcy foreign government in
court uniforms and the army and navy of the
United Stales, also in full uniform, were in
effect the attendants on the occasion, and he
died as the Marine Uand was playing the
'Miserere from Ttvraort, In the annuals
of the While House no more dramatic scene
lias occurred there. No American President
lias had such a death-bed."
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
If the Lord High Chamberlain's means were
equal ta his aspirations he would probably have
a coronation too, Wc ce .that he is now
driven with a coach and " fo it -in-hand" ; and
lias a bugler to herald his coming.
We aie credibly informed hat the assessor,
ship of this district was held out as an induce
ment to a ceitain dismissed officer to observe
silence on government affairs and that another
dismissed officer hod ln-en approached in vain
with a proflrr of office most probably, with
the same object in v icw,
The more the action of the Hon. Godfrey
Rhodes is considered in connection with his
resignation and le-apuolntment on the Hoard
of Education the smaller he becomes. To
think that after endorsing, or joining with
his colleagues of the late Hoard In their un
animous decision lo refuse to accede to the de
she of the Cabinet to remove Messers Hill and
Atkinson, he should resign on the plea that
he did not wish lobe antagonistic to the go
vernment, awl yet he accept an sppointBaoat
on the new Hoard etc the old has resigned,
thus indicating bis wiUingrwn lo be a loot for
a scbcuiiavg aspirant for the dictatorship.
It I, a well known peculiarity of the Hawaii
an mlnil to imt a meaning w ineir own into
whit they see, the barlmrlan In contrast wilh
thenclentific mrale of thought. It ii natural,
therefore, for Ihc natirc, ns Ihcy look at the
statue of Kamthamcha tiisvty ai they 1I0 "he
issliclchingrnit hii hand, nnd looking lo the
new pitare, as much as to ny, 'Aeolitii, in
iiiu,' tnnre money wanted for that big liulld
It ii one of the unexircleil, nml probably
unwelcome Issiiei nf the cntnn.Hinn trnrc, that
It hai act llic natives lo illtcuning the priqicr
application nf tufiiliifii, ihiihl. They Ikivc
their own nntlnni of the relative rank nf their
chlcft, m fised hy hninmrirlil iimgc nnd def
inite rules. Who ii tmw the Irue Mliiiimw,
inhcrllcr by right nf birth, nnl the nrcldctital
mcsor by election vote, nf Ihe ir-tlal privi
lege, accorded by the ancient vi system lo
high clilt.fi only I
A notice w.11 nlct ntirnil Ihe streets, last
week, inrnrmitig the public nf the fact thai Ihe
Coronation races had Ixen "Indefinitely rmsl
mncil," They itviilJ have liecn slHincI
bad Ihe Premier been allowed hii choice, and
the entry-fees nnd nircs, mystrilniisly devoleil
In some other puriosc hut the "linys" who
had been nl the expense nnd trouble nf train
ing borsei for the event, and who had paid
llielr entries, tleclcd tn differ with the would
bembiter nnd he wni "shut out" nn Ihc first
The '77rr of the 251I1 till, would have Ihc
public lielicvc that alt government matter, are
the private affairs of the cabinet; nml, there
fore, n. servant In any bureau has no more right
to answer questions pertaining to his depart
ment fmm the public than has .1 clcik of a
commercial house tu disclose its business
Plainer evidence of a tendency for absolute
swny tins sclilnm been shown, while ncknowl
edging at the same time their weakness. Is
the cabinet afraid that secrets of the govern
ment will be given away sufficient to enable
somclxxly to iqien a rival house on n cheaper
and more popular scale? The nlnurdity of it ;
when the questions and Imsinesi of the whole
government belongs to the public, nml Inform.-!
tinn should be supplied whenever sought.
The '.iir Ktihiknhi, nr programme, of Ihc
hulas published by order nf Ihc Coronation
Commitit consists of twehc pages, printttl on
one side, nml is Ihe most loathvnne and in
decent publication that has es er liecn issued
from thcr of this country. There Is a law
here against the circulation or exhibition of
publications containing obscene language
"manifestly lending lo the corruption nf the
morals of south, or of morals generally; " but
the event of the coronation seems to hate been
sufficient in the eyes of the proper guardians of
that law, lo authorize its open violation. And
this is the standard hy which Gibson would
measure the loyalty of Ihe King's subjects, lint
If the mere rafions of the songs sung on
Saturday night last at Ihe King's Palace are
too Indecent to lie anglicized in print, what
must have lieen the moral tone of the songs
themselves, or the pantomimic msturing and
jesturcs tn the timc.and spirit of which those
songi were sung.
WHO IS KESI'ONSIULEI
Among the many placards in regard to the
coronation festivities there appeared, in the
name of His Majesty's Lord High Chamber
lain, a general invitation to the jieople to
attend a luau in the palace yard last Satnrday.
Some iK-ople in their guileless simplicity may
have supposed that this was to lie only an out
door feast in Hawaiian style; baked pigs and
sweet fiolatocs, raw fish and sea moss, consti
tuting the delectable luxuries provided, to
gether with countless calalrashcs of fei, for
the entertainment of Ihe mixed multitude ex
pected on such an occosson. Hut the knowing
ones hail their curiosity aroused; for a different
sort of entertainment, it was whiscrcd around,
had been for months in course of preparation.
Well, what harm is there in that?
A wjwle night was lo be given up to the danc
ing and singing of the Hawaiian hulahula.
French and German, English and American
wople, when they want a good time socially,
have their dances, cotillions, waltzes, polkas ;
why should not the Hawaiian people express
their joy al the coronation of their King, in
their ow n st) le of dancing? Who can proiwily
object to the Hawaiian hulat It is danced by
professional performers; as proper a preform
ance, you will say, as the liallet dances which
may be witnessed rtight after night in any of the
great cities of Europe and America. If the
haole approves the German or the schottischc,
delights in the warm embrace and the flushing
wlurl til the blood as gay young couples iiosture
and wheel to the tingling excitement of the
music of flute and violin, harp and piano, why
should not the Hawaiian indulge In what suits
his taste and gratifies his senses in the hula
kilu anil the nule 0 with the accompaniments
f the uteit and the iftifaipi
Strange, is it not, that human nature should
persist in perverting such good things to such
sile use. Who can tell where to draw the line
between the two, the innocent, blithesome
dancing, and the first overstepping the limits
of propriety? Hut, in some way or other
there is a downward, look, a downward step, a
plunge, till such foul akindonmcnt is w itncssed
as travelers describe in the can-can of the
French capital, or the low dance houses of the
large cities of Christendom. Who shall draw
the line between Ihe huU dancing of Saturday
afternoon and the horrible bestialities that were
exhibited before a crowd of eager, inqiaticnt
sticctators as night came on? Who will lift
Ihc veil or what skill in language can depict,
in words fit for any one's perusal, the scenes
witnessed in the palace yard last Saturday
night? We do but half disclose the awful
blasphemy and the horrible filthiness of the
actions and the language when wc say that
nuht were sung Ucifving with rite of phallic
worship one in whose honor (?) these melts
were composed, and glorifying him most of all
by representations of vilest licentiousness.
With the fatuity of unbridled depravity, this
has been made matter of record ; and what no
living lip of common decency could made
to utter, the printed programme puts forth In
mute but damning testimony to some one's
shameless vice and ribald profanity.
We ask this community, if every one here
has not lost all sense of propriety and decency,
how far is this thing to be allowed lo go on?
Wlio is responsible for the possibility of such
open, flagrant debauchery? Who Is responsible
for its unchecked, nay even premeditated and
appbuded manifestations? Shall this thing
stop here and now? or U Honolulu tu lie )el
worse than Sodom? C,
THE CORONATION HULAS.
MB. Kl)ITO;j I ant an old cititcn, who
during a long residence hate never taken any
pit in politics, and have always been a cordial
well-wisher to King Kalakaua as well as to his
ptetlcctssors. In whatever degtec I nay have
shared your objections to the coronation, I
had come to feci some hope that but little of
the more indecent forms of the utaAnlt would
male part of the public festivities.
The long performances at the palace on Sat.
urday afternoon and night have, on the con
trary, proved to lie the worst of the kind ever
known since we had a civilized government
both more grossly vile, and more publicly
aUuatcd. . I have had liu Ufbre me an ca-
pensively printed ami sify Imgihypr cramrm
of the hulat performed for IwJve successive
hours nl the palace, with translation! ap
pended, wIkmc correctness my knowledge of
Hawaiian it sufficient to substantially verify,
ll It with a stnte nf nlm.rst physical nilTnca
llon that I have risen frnm the rual nf this
noisome document, ll ll lieyoml conception
licaslly In thought and nasty In language.
There arc mrriehtmilreilinf different hulas
whose titles ami subjects are named, The
larger part of these lilies consist of the most
fulanrnc and even blasphemous adulation of
Kalakaui. Scalterctl through them, often In
grnujis of thicc nr four, are a class nf topic,
of nn iintieaknble nature, which I can only
hint nl ns nn unutterably filthy "phallic" wnr
ship nf the lirnly of Ihe King, These titles are
ofleti couched In mclaphnrlc terms obvious In
the native mind, but a large nrt nf them arc
in direct nnd raked words aconinkl with
grotesquely obscene miggestlrms. In the nicies
of which these aie titles are narrated amies-
ti.tlett iitHin with beastly fondness all exploits
that a foul imagination can invent or hriitfsl
memory record that nrc beastly ami vile in the
icriii of this man, nnd these at till chief
glory, held up for the fond lascivious worship
of the thousands of men, women ami children
congregated at the ialace. These mcles were
chantol there with I hose hideout, lucivious
pnsturings and lewd (lantomlmc which were
carried to such extremes that night, and wilh
even more abandon last Monday night. This
document bears the royal coat of arms. It Is
known to be arranged under the (icrsonal
suicrvition nf Ihc King. It Is his own work,
his the tfonvrt of literary nml dramatic art.
Here wc have the head of this gnvcintncnl
deliberately, and on what he intcndi to lie the
most solemn occasion of his reign, setting him
self up ns nn Incarnate grl of lust and bawrli
nesi, msturing by the set tunes of these head
ings In the mmt hideous attitudes to he wor
shipped and adored by his icoplc. I use Ihc
nlmvc terms In no metaphorical sense, but ns
a calm, literal statement nf truth, which any
one can verify by examining this document.
I abstain fiom comment. The fact is patent
that the presiding person of this nation, who
is working to bring every organization into his
gratp, ns he has already seized the lower
judiciary and the educational cor, Is this self-
deified incarnation of beastliness. Hundreds
nf children witnessed these hulas and drank In
their loathsomeness. Many little girls took
pirl in the posturingi and cliantingsof this
phallic worship. Let these things lie under
Wc arc plcasejl to learn of the appointment
of Mr. Henry Smith as deputy clerk of Ihe
Supreme Court, vice D. K. rvfe, resigned;
he has earned the reputation of lieing nn Indus
trious nnd faithful worker, and will doubtless
fill the office wilh credit to himself and lo the
satisfaction of those he is to serve.
Office of Superlnteodent of Water WorWi,
Honolulu, July j, lEia.
.All tnkon hating Water Privileges, are notified tliat
their Wat Ft Kates are payable semi-annual ly, In ad
vance, at the oflVce of the Superintendent of Water
Work, fwX of Nuitanuu street, upon the IU day cf
January ami July cf each year. C H. WILSON.
113 tf Superintendent Water Surks.
rr Z rm-KZW-t 1rTS.Wii
ja. -j .at. as l- a..at. 7
PAPER - RULING DEPARTMENT
'IO OVER HIS FOKT.STK.nET STORF.
Kntkancu ritou Font or HotklStkcets.
All work will hate the same care atu ixwnil artention
I'.OUNI) 'W ORDER IN ANY DKSIKKI) SI VI.K
Paper Ruled and Blank Books Made
TO ANY r-ATTERN.
PAPER OR UU.I.S IILOCKF.H,
Or any worV pcrtainins lo a wcll-apiijtnteU
A mtlNISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The under.
XL sieneU, hating bccndulyaii(ajinledaJininLlralor
iHrilh Ihe tiill annexed) U the euale of MAKV
I1KEEN, ilseexvetl, alt penons latins claims again!
saiil estate are hereby notified la irecnt Ihe same with
out delay, and ttillnn six months aflcr date hereof, or
they will Le furetrr taned; and all pertons IndcLlctl to
said estate tq mate iiumcdiare pa) ment.
W. 1. GREEN,
AdminlUrator (with wilt annexed) of Ihe estate of
Mary Green, deceased.
Honolulu, February 94, ifct. tip-tt
ORSES AND MULES FOR SALE.
To arrlte ly the lUrlentine Discovery, now due I
4 Fine Driving and Saddle Horses,
.' Fine illiirn,
FROM THREE TO EIGHT YEARS OLD.
It, ttoclt wUl'Le W at II.
Corral. Apl'ly to
ARNOLD i SHEREK,
Or, to Haclfeld & Co.
Honolulu, February at. lU
Ed HQFFSGHLAEGER & GO.
Nest to P. E. AJaau.
ILLINOHAM & CO,,
III' AM M IN
P.MNIH, OIlJ, anH V,RNIHI,
1tv.11tfir.si'. f.vi i.fiutii'.i rt.sti oti.v
'IV lrsrt a"! I"! "f I'MIWB, for all llit'. In
I ftMn1! fl iMt nfvfiffa.
lUm--, &4tlMior, ll.te sV-stt 0 Vnltf-t,
(i tUrm, DnlTmbm. JolW 1 mts,
Own Mri Wmfrhvif MlHs,
rtarHett rI Mn! Ilttrr--.
llanH t an,
nml ' lllttmlnntlii;i
KF.MfwF.wK on. in nvrft.
IxvtfM, C liaiwleljs-rt jmiH jHrim nwttt;
Hew. (Irking. PttlfvM,
IWuW. Shm JMfcl l-atf.
flown ISlnntlitril Amnrlr-nti ftrnlrt.
For atl purprssre;
Irr Vrtttm frmm,
Call arts! eearmnc amt ttmk (htt Mock U Mrnrj
sUntly reilettstVt, with tWUteM nrmi tmM ap-prtfvctl
inteminrr inai ii is imimmimu tn rmnneratic inrm
within lb mr. tA ottf atvHllwTnl.
run h.tTiisr M'i:t,TV,
&nctMnc wMch ftocti stvKjUl wtUwt.hw;! (If
Mn;nrs.fwCn1riIt. FJrn-Proof HnTnn,
Ikifwl Ca? or Jewel Cisse.
KeaJ cne lesllmrmlal out of rrwuiy,
AVr- tf temmittrt a tin lntrtKr ! rftrti ;
At a mettifiKcf tlte MassarhiHattM Mirtrul Kirj In
Mi f ante UrrWm, 11.1 al Nantasket (leach, Ancutt ,
tMi, samples of ,tw mawftMrts! hy the Magn
Cakitf I ire Pro Com par. y were tlrn. An frwrt
Uia, alsrstit (wo feet long ln' MM '""t dert and wUf,
with lininjc thre-s-fourthsof an Inch thick cf Maftievt
Catcite material, was fihVi with varlons iWatuments,
KrecnlncVs and art U a card uf lucifrr mate he. It
was then placed u(yo a lrd nf hut tnnli, anrl al le4
fir feet of dry, liard woml iled uptjn It. (lie 1 w
kept under ctreh. heat fr An Uitir ami a half. ?f oi
withttamlinK the !,, oner tf tl Me was so IkuIIv
warpsJ that the lining was in imrnetliate contact with
Ihe Uarne, on vf'ertrntc it th: w!ite ccntents were found
tn a jrfect stale of trtrsmlFm. A small Urnl and
note ens-, rlrsIftnetJ t llltetl Imwlcnf s-aulll anil aafes,
was suhjecled tn the &im dKre of Ittat fur half an
hour, arnl it cutitrnis were alf fosin.1 a frre from any
apearance of fire or stmAe as wlien placed therein.
II, C u,tumt
Of Aft. I'. ClWtltCA
ClIAft. A. lUtVtLAHO,
Kt iaii llowr, Jr.,
Airami I. lAktvtK,
irj-lf Kefrresentativc Insurances offtceTS.
THEO. H. DAVES & Co.
oFr-hk rou salis.
From the cargoes of the UMX)CK and other recent
vessels, the following
Dry Goods and Clothing:
Print of the latest vt)l-s, fast color;
lllu- Denims, drown IJncri Drills
Vhite Croydon Shetiiijf,
Horrock's lxtig Clot hi, SVaterrjnxf Tweeil,
Towels and Toweling, (.tat Towel I,
TaUe Cluhs, TaLle N'afAin,
Ptiro Iilnoni SlmWla, Dress Goods,
(;renadinei, sliiteand Colored Silks,
Colored Satins, tlrass Cloths,
Artificial flower ami Feathers
Cotton Handkerchief. Silk Handkerchiefs
Table Cos m, woolen; Colored Sat teen and Crape,
rancy Miitureanu isiueami ray rianneis
Viaoria Iawns, llrooks Spuol Cotton,
t.lue and h.te (.Tieck lAstaUos,
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Fancy Plaids KegalU Shirts, Wool Shirts
White and Colored Cotton Shirts
Fancy Scarfs ViUA K refers
Men White and Drown Cotton Half Hose,
ladie' Hose, Men's Ready-made Uothiogf,
ladies' Hats (white, tUck and fancy straw),
India Rubber Coals (Jpesand IKJi;tncS,
IMueand Oray Hure Itlabkets
Woolen Blankets all sizes colors and weights;
t'flrrt fVtrsf, Vrtrrt liny,
IVrel ami Tipelry Hour Jtaf.
, full asortrnent of CKM LKiU'.NS and I--
DinS' S.IH)1.1-S : also. .Sldlca (or 1ust. and Girl.
and a few
HKID1.F.S, Saddl Cloth and Chamois Skins
Sugar Bag, 20x36.
Cool Bags, 26x37
Rtce Bag and Twine.
fffr-fMffJ t'urruyittnt Hnoflny (it ffauge),
n 6, 7, 3 and g feet lengths.
ROOFING .SCKLWS ANI WVsllERSL
Annealed Fence Wrr, No. 4,,6 and 7, and Staples;
stii,uiu(jii ai i.s.tv(Tu. nil ies,
(alvanUel Wal tUsias
(alvanued (Jarden Itorderinand Netting,
Tinned Iron Saucepans &U siies;
Teakettles " J'lsut UUcktnx.
Vnvitku JtricK-M ami Havilvn Tiles,
l-an Seat and Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS.
Clulhrm Ititikrta, ,
II ur.-In. .!,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy GLlw Flower Stands,
Fern lUskcts etc.
PORTLAND CEMKNT FIRK IIKICKS,
l.lrrriHJ Suit iih.I Hark .lull, glut; 1'atnU
it nil llollft (, irrrr.erMiiHvi
English, American and Hawaiian
r LAOS !
Tare, fir. and tcsxn yards luti
TOPSAII. SIIEBT CHAINS,
Adwalty M, she Jf, Ji. t. and J,
IOWKI.1. DUKFKV.V STK,ur COAL,
Irwai aiirt Si
ENGLISH LEATIirR UELTINR, frunt "jun,"
Oat MU-Hitrir fwtnr f.HM.
.11, u Tkrrt'Hur I'vtrer
TIISO, H. U.WIB8 a, CO.
Jl!! A I Clryl'i"!! IW
Unlcte niarttrlr Tor thn Ahrivn Port,
fee freight at M'tajM, trnij h
Mi r sriwilAf.fKK A CO, At-mt.
POH SAH PttAIICISCO.
tin Vr fTtfi-f MtaMfm
Mll.r.r'.M. .... latr
Qnlr-lc I)lintriit for thn Almi Port.
For ffetjM or ftatuwej., ssieJy Itr
f J W HAI fAKf-ANf! A CO , Afii
ihe wit? mef Vm laVtV
Qulnk DIinlcii for tlm Atiovn Port
tli II If.WKFiXllftU)
IfM AMaTeMMI 1 WfflHlf iwtt
Qitlnli Dltprttrli for thn Above Port.
Fur Vre-ht pttitf. apt-fy
VIM A Co.. A(nta
CEAMIC StEMSIIII' COMPANY.
7ne A 1 lltitith Slwmn
Will Imte Han Frahtfcaifer HdrrJnlu IK
9th Day of each Month,
KrtHmfag from HonrJuIn on th nvl la f4tiu h
mnfitlt. San rratvtVo Acefris,
J U.hl'kKCKKIA A IlkOH.,
lloivJulit Ajtnits, xrt Market St ,
Atimr to tmk reiutvmtfi cosstrits
lil'.N. SIEfiKI, kAI.UNA.
FI-AO :- Red t.ilh Wlnle mil. Otut. Oiener bf
Q-ieen ami Monanu Street.
ANTE ll'S LINE FOR SAM FRANCISCO
tt itiir.iriut a- tonr.tsr, .i('.i.
MerclianJlte rereiveti Storsc free ami lite-rat eath
a.itancea nuile wi aliirjmenls ty thia line.
"p i: M ETA 11 I.E.
.Steamer Ulchke will lease Honolulu each Tuiby
at 4 r M-.touchinr at iJiruina, MaaUealuy, Maleru,
.Slahukuna, Kawauiae. Iaupaljrh' and Hi)
itiiae. lAuiatturbfteanfj iititj.
Returning will ImkJi at ail the above jrts rr 110,5
at Honolulu each Sunday A. h.
WILDER & Co.
A. W NCWF.LL Matter
On or About March Int Noxt.
For freicht or passare, aroly to
i-4t C. IlkLWKR ft COMPANY
OSTON AMD HONOLULU DIRECT
CHARLES IIRnWKR S.
v Wni Ji.clch the Itatk
MA UTJIA J) A VIS,
Sail rrom Boston on or About Jtusei !
Orders should l in llontoci not later than June tU
to Inture ahipmcriC. Var furrher partioiUrt. aJy to
. C IIKtAVKK COMI'A.VV,
18 lueen tlreet, Htmbfutii.
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
HoxtiU'Ui, 11. I.,
Would talc this method of inforniinc the inhaLttams cf
HonululiJ, ami the tjcher ttlands that
tbey hare otienetl a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 25 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Mem ora ikIii hi ISooKm,
Ink nml MuciltifjCf
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc., etc.
Onlra tttkru fur tiny jrtiittlrat or i,riri
li ier Iml r.mj be ife.f rr.
iVoenic attention still he Ktveti to the Mail
of Paj-rrs to suaWriltrs on any of th c4hr
tuanus ; also, agents lor th
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Order fur Red Rubber Stamps iccctvtd and promptly
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
WitoLRJUtK anu Krraii.
auj manuUlurer bf AKRATE1I WATERS.
Importers ant! IScalers It,
O.Btmav PaUat MaJIcla.
raaacjr aail ToiUt aSriloUt.
Etc, Etc, Etc,
SJ A JTOI, fur the CtUlealnl
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES , ,
IMj'tmt titnyvr Ale,
, AND .
so Nnunu Si, anj Ctner Eotl an4 MrnWl St.
HONOLULU, ll. I.
'LECTION OP OFFICERS.
At O. anwul raeclint U lU KUIIAI-A SUilAK
COMPAN V. kU t'eUiury s, I, th. Msoin.; f.
BMxrs taere aitttpl foe the ettattusar year I
S. a ALIEN .... l-t.dil.t..
liw,. 1. uorr suirii.. tVe.r-r.i.is
tMR.9. rt. t-JSav ,,,- . , .art
1 H. UMM... ...-.:.,...
J. K. ATHEKT9N,!taV
nwawtsuH, rtaettary l, tV