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Honoitu, II I, March 17, iMj
In Mp4nf matter we obvrte ronUlrralle tir.
.4hinlmnristt.aMpang.r movements The
nival tA K Smw on the nth Inttant witnaUrne
frtigM am! pawmifr liU, ll. C SrJtr oti th
13th Infant om'hai lhind lime ihrouh tori
enefng ly weather with a una 1 1 lot of merthandi-,
and 11 full rf-mpUmenl of pawners en rwiie ha eon
intxited 14 ink tondttiofi In 1l1trr.arft.nff 1 .n
jr.ilrftea.rtetlrar.r;rjw. deb,-ed (taring lhly
tj irv Pacific mitt iemer, a.. r. required the Mme
wharf. Nuhundni .hi. il'bjr work of dmharj,.
in and loading ha Ue ft pmhed w tltal the yttuft
thi. day, uri a jcml freight liM ant! a numUr of
enrrv IV lityrf S.f liil many through
traveller a Id under it imj-mil to ule all requiring
f.u.ge from hrt to th Lost! tui In irrifthl he look
away dornetk. oduee to lha talue of ty.y o
Ih inwffy aaiUil withe ijthlmtant for Sail rrart
tiw:w,thafiitWargoof ilometk (rodtKe valued at
$,..'.. & '"' '" io aajr ,' Pun
IK t alw tle a heavy mp.ly Our domestic
I -r mime H l.nft Unoftht in racily, lh varlouittMU
en 'team and Mil, Utnging tn mallei full Carport
vkl.k h will ttrn the loading of the Mveral iwl now
no fir Sun Franehfo whKh, noon mwiry, pomite to
Vt oA In atoiil the folio In order DA0U Saturday
r m or Sunday a m , twtt Qttn Monday, Sttin
lori.liy, dmf.ti-Utttt oart of the weeV
Hie- Itm rWtfMilvtil Ihurnlayr M . twenty
on dayi fr&m Smn rranflwv. Hi Mtowlnft ve4U
are comldered fully due from nriotM point. Ww;
rtr, C R BMf, 7 f- MlUtr, LaJf .amtpm,
( atttrf ami Qtf0
AiKtlcHi nutleMfhave"" again claimed coniderable
attention thrtwrrV, ami offer ienl attraction to
day I1 toitajB rnidrnce and oerty of the estate
of 111 late t T ldlin;hjm,iColURea.riiie offered
oiilleih Imtant if V- V Adam at an nowl (rue
aflited hy the Court U Ij.fjo, faded to fiixl a our
(luur I he corner emU of r'oil and Merthant tiieeli
Ie4nlt ademohlied aoeranee, aiMl indicate the
ouOiof Mr lutatthlhe work entruUeil lo h! care.
Neil wetk tlearlnK will commence, ready fr Luddlnff
oerallon, nuterialt for which he ha Kmor to the
LowaiohaMen furward Anwnj otler Mimm im
(movement contcTi lateil, we learn the Pantheon cor
iicrt n Motel ilreet, will xwn receive attention,
Wr learn of no material change In local trade, a
general iimtnr rrvadinf all tUun ontiidc of hi-
(er. 'Ihi me leiherW tale will tkmUleu now con
tinu tdl the oinin( up of the new quarter 'IheS S.
?t.tUMa mayU l.-Ved for a due 1 marrow, wit d
dair tollie uihinttant.
.Irrlrnl l I'ort uf iforioftifii
Kilan-a Mmi.ilmr, 5ear, from Kahului Mrchto
iwalani,ttn Hale,fm Kooi, Kauand MaUea ' 10
( k. HuW(, Km, Cameron, from Kauai 10
Ktkauliiulti, mIi, fioin lUrukl, m 10
Klil4manut(h, from CXlala. ,4 lo
Wannanalo. lin, Nelon, from Waimanalu 10
Sue, OSS. I.ld, from ban IranciKO 11
HIihiiaIiwii. kcli. firifti tCitLal II
ilyof hdiwy, I'M SS, leaiUrn,fm Silney J 13
KaaU, uht from Koutau t 13
la)i, M.U. from Koliolalele . tj
Mile Morn. !., from Molkai. " M
Mer Ytio, Kb, from Koolau 4
I litikal. Khr, I root wauiua. m
ennle anter, cnr, irom raoaiicuu . m
lary ami Helen, Am Mm whaler, Irom M 11
W (i Irwin. Am Wine. Turner. 11 d fm S r " IS
ame Makee, Mm, MCltonau, irom rauai iu
laleakala.M.h. from reretkeo. ' 16
Ohio. Am h tk. V Itis from 1'anama " 16
I'uhoiki. uh. for I'unj . Mrth 10
Wanderer, Am wh lk, Thuniun, for Arctic
Ka Mo, wh, for KoliaU
Mutine-, II II M S, rdwards for Victoria, 11 C
Kilauea lluu, iltnr, bear, for Kahulul
MokoliltMm, Mc(recor, for Koolau
Walm:in.ibv Urn. Nrlton. for Waimnalo .
licovery, Am bVtne, I'eniman, for S. F " 13
lltyc Sydney, V M S S. Dearborn, fur S. V 13
1 11 1.1 ..... li . r... 11.1. ..i U.-.U ...,. tt
liLiitiT, Hill, nii'Kt im (uaiiu aaj -v.
Iwalani, Mm, Kale, for MaaUea, Koiu tk Kail
lame Makee, Mm, McDonalJ, for Kauai ,
Mitniiokawai, tch. for llanamautu
Matkhi, ach, for Kitldiduele ... , t
kekauluo)dr mIi, for llanalei .
KautLrouIi, Kh, for llunolaa.
A brain lUrkrr, Am wh bl, Stmih, (r Arctic
KhuVal, tell, for WaUlua . . .
Lilioldio, uh, for Koloa
KaaU, h, fur Koolau 14
NeltieMernll, Kh.OirlMUn, for l.aham.1 " M
KitUnunu, tch, for Ookau IS
Uaht, uh,, for Kohala. " 15
.TrrrHififrfirn Vrmtt note tn I'ort,
MritMAN, llanton (in diMre) . .
Momning Stak, lira)
luRMT Qifht4t Winding
Mahia K.Smitm, Juhnxon
ItiMiar, Dow , , . ...
M 1- Doin.K, Paul
Suri, o, , .t IKdIiL. .
V ti Ikwin, lurner ,
. Am. tern
. Am hi
. Am tk
, .Am. lgtne
, Urn stiii
.11. H M. S
U. S. S
KxtrrleW from forri( Vortn.
ItovruM, Am. bk, Amv Timnrk
Due. t llrewer A Co., agt.
IIhsmkn, Oer Ik, C K. lluHop. , ,
llu. II HakfM&Co..ikift.
tfkv. Vokic, Am. bktiic. tUNOh VauNON Humphre)
Due. CaMle Cooke, act.
l.lVRarooL, Itrit ahip Jankt Court Jackott
Due Ai'iil !). U W MacfaiUne X Co, A Rent
lUKMkN, tr bk Canopu. . Iax
ladinjc Feb. l. HacLfeld X Co., Agent.
l.ivimruOL, Urtt. khin OLKNavitviK !
Due Mav . I.ll Dane & Co,. Asciiiv
I'oar (Jauplk, Anu ch. J. F Mmm llanton
lUruN,Am IV. S. H AlLN. , Kldiide
Due June 1$. U. Urcwcr & t-o,, Avent.
llKKMhN,Oer S, S. EHRhNraLA...
Due A Mil 101 . II Hackfeld A Co.. Acenl.
Glaoow, ItHt hin,SMANpoN . Tatiful
Due July 1-1 (J. MaUarune & Co., Age nit.
1ninn,uM Michael. biit S b AKCkl-Hf
Due Attfd tx 0 V. MacfailaiM & Catttcnl.
bM t-KANcitco, Hr. bk, I,auv Lammon MarMoii
Due. Itrewer & Co., axentt.
San Francico, Ant. Lk, Caibarikn. Hubbard
Due March to-aj. Cattle tk Couke, aent.
iMar tlLAkatv, Am thip. Or ago. Iki)M
Due, Allen & KoUnont amenta.
Poar Ciamhlk. Am. bkitte. Kitiat. Kobtnson
Ihi Man)iM-a. 11. Ilckfeld A Co., auent.
San r rancico, I M b b, Zkauahuia Webber
Due March 17. II, Hackfeld & Co., agents.
Naw CAiTik. N b V. Hakuouius
Due Awil no (J W Ma4.f.ulaue Co., ant.
Nkw Cam L,Nb V. lint Lk I'AciriC burx lariM
Due Anl 510. II MatWrU & Cu.,agt.
San ruANtmm Am tcliCiiA. Hankn Sprague
Due. II. llkfeld X LV. at.
Iot llLAktLV, Am. bllne. Amvua , Kcwliall
Due March 15 30, Allen & Kobinvm, autt.
UKT'DAMLK,iii'bk Luxik Maiuiialu Uerginann
iue Marcn ivto, iwer 1.00k e, agiu
San l-KANciMni, Haw, bk, KAUAkAUA Miller
Due March iyo, F A S.haefr X Cu, agt.
San r kanciutu. Am. tch. Koiamo Swift
no due. (tor Kahulul)
DarAnruita Uv, Am bk CO. Wmituorm Calhoun
Due Manh t) 30. Allen X KoUnton, agent.
Naw CAirta. N b, W., Am Lktne MaLav I'dciton
San I-ranciuu, Ant, bktne.W H Dimonu Houdlcit
lAMi)tn2 March 1. V U Irwin X Ca. aeent.
Sh r KAkcitco, bktite, J. A. FaLkiNaUkO. loodmaii
UxaJtur autch 3 Uulic & lOoke,atiit.
ItUMaoLUT, Amu tern Kva, n Kknun
Now due INert Cooke, a cent.
San Fmanciuu, Aui btne v H. Mnm .DeUney
Luadin March 3. C lUewvf & Co., ajeutk.
UKrAhiuaa Hav. Am Ik F, S. 'I MOMrtoN I'oiter
now due (tor Kahulul)
KAtitLiri, Am btne Haiaru
Due Marth y
HoNukONU, (ler l-l LlviN&tToN btetfen
l)u Mauh M-x Haikfeld X Co., acenlt.
South baa U, Slaw ck Man. .. . Klbltn
uue uu ia Au a. t. Luke, aKeni
Nw Casiir. N b W, Am Uln UaA. rtoecT,Ol
LoAduitf reb at.
New Caiiiv. NSW, KiTRtLA. Toole
lAxadtnc reU ei W 11. IiwiuAl Ca.aseiti.
San rRANiiwo, Am, Utne. KttA Urown
LoAdio. Mrb C lliewer & Co., agl.
Jfrrt or !
Sliamthio Cilv of Snlnev. Deaibotn. left Siditer likjl
Feb. ij, 3.C4 r. M revchvd AuckUndHk4 tcb.fr,
7.14 a. u 1 im Auckuna 4K rto, tf, j, jo r. m.; re
ttited Honolulu 4lol Mar, n 6.$ a, M, We biin
6lUi) inJitlMlii OAUeneft, 19 Ion U freight
and 7 bag of suit, t or San t ratM.tw.0, y cabut and
46 Ueerage avner and 164 too of frtuhi. Con-
Mtfitee. . L.bce. , Itwin i.0,, A. ?. Clef,
huep, H. KettwnM.biMtdcr, T W lium, H Mo
aaeuit, 1, K, walker, iacton Kenyon, Urder, A. M.
M, J, V. b. CoMroar. iNuto,
Keoitof the An Uiint W G. liww. Turner. M&.r.
-Veft San tianciw.u leb ttat i:ub. m. wuh lud
vwy luthi, Irooi W.jN W, for the 6m four howik, iKen
klruuf Metre fiota N W, At noon of the ayrd bad
iromt ij Mile, wid ItM from N.N.W Al nuoi U
tnm f tin aw mw iq nun; at auai 01 irta tSIH, 34
Wt: tutkl UMirur Lud (mm N.- lu S.W. al boon
toh, y$ ulc; eth, t; atcb. ; March i,w;uli6t;
1J. UJ. S 15; Slh. 10ft; th, w; yih, 18; tch, 54i
Vih, ; lolh, loit nth, IW, aab, 13; wutdftoulheily
tiu wmu iium M ni un inwikier, itiwrunf
and auluit: ink al ikmm. milce wuk iaudr&l
brweie, fcjtulh, wtaiUiikitkuUcalau; Mlia4nuu 11
ntltt, wukfrvmb,, lo W by b-t iiH al tauut i
aiU. u t ruM S, o y back aud loitk, tUnarouaJ
lo N.W to N K. by K, OniU 111k, j o, a, a Urtt
Meantcr jkkM4 ut, UeetW, 14 westward, 1Kb uw a
kiait Meettna; u n.a,
Saa KianKt Armed Feb. 14. Am. Litne I A,
Fau4il, fioiaaaa. hx Jan. it; t.b, m H. M.
UUm W. H. lHaaotU, lloudkHt, 14 day fruatlCabii.
M; fttb, 4. Aw. bctM W. H. Meter. Howe, kenc
Jn. : tb,. Aa. Wim Htiarua, Wtnduui,
(atkGnk 14 Vtb. to. 0, b & SMV Doddt bectft
Feb, i; Mar, I, Aa. bktut UU, fctroa, heaKC teb.
Kiweka-AnUeU Feb. , A a. Uta Moiuior,
Kiwvif Wtnct Jaw. t;,
Hm ttrg rw titin, Rjw ataaji
VRi, al WnliiielwMi lor CKeaauc biaaalu
Co,, aua Im MaW iba Miuia. aad Sham 1 Vty
-w w tywemwai, nt Mfuaa ujivijm.
MMnuA iieaiiani iiaim, uiam arota re
. Ufciiini wat U to Wlialilill rk t.
Ut At., Iiii."pia,
Sailexl an sin on
the roth for M .Mknuit
Tb AmenfanWrtntlne Momint Star I off fih
Market wharf, paimlnt, ett , trepatory for another
cruite lo westward
lv AmrfMn bn ranting Sell ft at tt-emon wharf.
hat ditcbarsed all her carfo, anil i now imthe Urth
for San t rancico.
the Anvrkanlern Mary K. iXnItel at the Krhn
adeoimtiie the Luaom Mw
lotMe difhart;injt her efr,o
Ihe Itnlih iliip AUrarmn I at the old iteaimhip
ikk all di bar led
Ibe AmerkAn tern DaVtJa i al lh f"t of Fort
Mr ret She ha a full rarico if sujear, ami aail lor San
IV HntMi Urk lulnlee U at the f.t of Meamhiii
lilelileadock divhareinK nnl Afier dirhartina,
the will tail fnrtbe Svtiml In UdbM, where the will
load with lumber for AuMraha
lb American lark Fortrt Oueen tail for San Iran
cicoon or about Mnntlay nett.
r AmerKanlern MarU K. Smith ha been tmon
the Railway t hit week where the hat had a general
otet hauling She It now at anchor in the ilrram,aTnt
lie I M S S sVjUndu will It due from ttn
trimiro fiitovldetl he tailed on time) ihit eteninr.
Utt the chance are, tl.it. at I hi time tfyear li may
be twoor Ibrec da)s i.hind time
'Die V M S S. ( 11 v of Sidney, amted from S yd
nev Um I uday morning, and tailed again at 7 r M
tame day M wat crowded with aenger, anil had
a Urge freight During the iatagr. the met wtih tome
rough weal her, etc , during which the loM a man over
towra, lull fartutilar of w hit n, e anotner column
lheO S S Stiei. I al the I' M S. S wharf load
Ing fur.Sin trancitco, for whuhjirrti hf will ftail today
al o'clock (he mail cloe at the 1'ott Office al
o'clock A lale biter tag will be ket4 otwnup towiih
in ja mmuie of the time of nailing
I he American Meam wltaler Mary and Helen (new)
arrived on I liitmlay latt irom new ieiionl, tm r
alakeakin ll.it She report harinit taken voKurel
of tfrm oil on the patage out .She came in to turt
eMtrjay 10 uncnarge it, 10 gonrwaru on ine oner,
rhe American tcbooner Fannonia I laid on to load
tit gar for San Francico, ailingtlie latter patt of nett
1.AU MotMlay morning a eaman on the American
bgtne Selina, white enziged In bertiling the fure top
gallant ad, hil hi hold and fell, MnVing first the top
tad tard. and from thence to the wharf. Mnklnt on hi
head, He remained unconciou until midnight, when
he died lie wa buried im Tueuby aftermwin from
the iueen Mopiui
Th American l-gtne W (I Irwin arrived from San
Francitcu on l hurlay r M after n pat.ige of ti day.
She bring a full cargo of general merchandise, and
tome live Mork, wIikIi the I discharging At the old
Cuttom llwuw wharf
Our ihank are due, and hereby tendered to .Mr,
tomfott, I'urter S b Ciry of Sidney, and Captain
lurner, of the W fJ. Irwin, for file of life Amtraliin
and San Francisco paj-er.
From Mam, per Kitiuea Hou, Mar 10- (J C fatill,
Wrummingt, b K ttullon and wife, S I Aletandcr, (I
Melinite. A Wilm, J Ktoluirdwn, Mr Mroad,
Irom Maul and lUwail, per Iwalanl, Mar lo Rev
A O ForUs I. bnuih, J Francit, II Center, J bcott, I.
Kerr, N OhlaMt. C foudy.
I rum windward purtt, r I ikrlikr, Mtr 11 Simucl
Parker ami wife, J Saeri, W lEiKkingham, 0 Hangh
nun, J McCrear, W Nloont. V Holme, II Rudger,
1 Rubinton, II I iicomh, CAlakee, M Corrra, V Dunn,
W (i Irwin, Mr King, W Feacotk, W II Rmley, Hon
I! M Whitney, C Rood, K llnvrt, 1'. I uci. D llell,
Dr(J I, Filch. V JohnMon, A lleen, Fittlter Haranett
From Kauai, er C K llnliop. Mar 10 A de S Ca
rmarro, F bmclair, FfJay, Dr Ibompson, Minium
on. Mr Corning, V Richmond and wife.
From b)ilnev and Auckland er City of btlney.
Diniel Dean, Mr D Dean and infant, Mary I lagan,
nurte, N Hammond, J C Fowler, J I'jlnck, J fluoU.
man, MIt C Anderson. In transit i6 paenger.
For Kahului, per Kitauea Hou, Mar i Rt Rev
Ilithop of Honolulu, O C (latkill, J R Vanrandt, and
about 75 deck
For Kaon, per C R HUhop, Mar i N Ohlaixli, H
Center, I A bcott, 0 V. Craham, UH U'oodwurih, K F
I!..1h,p, DShnudi, Mr II Walker.
For windward purtn, ier Ltkehke, Mar l j S Parker,
and wife, Miueb and H Sheldon ami neiie W II
Cumming, T Cumming, D Dein, wife, child and
nurse, C II Makee, Mr I N Makee and daughter, Dr
Vlsick, C. Itcll. HIMUMninand famit), Mr CI.
WighttJ Rkhardton.C WStuhlard.Tb Dunn, wife
and child, M (i Corrria, Mr A Keiki, II A I tiscomle.
K A Mclnerny, 11 Roger, W Holme. W Kattie, C N
Arnold, K K.Momwn, V II lUiley, II A bcott, W F
John ton, I Kuhuu,
For Sn Franciw.o ter Discovery. --J F Judge, A
Wilton, KSteger, J rithUiuriie, J D (Tilmote and wife
For San Francitco per Cily of Sydney. Mr Sey
mour, W Huckingliain, J K McCrcr), Father Hou
chard, Mr Johnton, child and tervant, Mrs Kellogg
and daughter, Mrs (iarienlerg, W J Culliugliam, C If
Hitchcock. J V Either, J ( JelTre)-, ChaJ rithel, b
Cohen, A Ixiwcnberg, wife and iwu children and r
vant, C K Perley, II W beverance, C F 1-UMman, Mr
Ijipham and daughter, D II rnoid, J II Stirrer, O U
lower, Dr W F Ihoinrnon, U A Oat, ( I uca and 3
ton, Robert J Ltllie, S 'I Alexander, K T 1'ulk, Mrs I
M Cooke. TK Walker, wife ami child, S R baer, J
h Hackfeld, Mits Maddux, WW llarn. J N Fergu
on, IIkj Stewart, wife unxl 4 children, M McCall, D
leiiner, r r aoer, n Kemble, J b) va JnJ wile, 1. A
err. A II binith. A Fa hv
J A McimUev, DA Muchado, J M rranci. II A
A Angel), Matt baiilo, W Johnvni and child, J Mew
iber, A rrenley, J In nett, F Wilt, lr Oleton and
fluid, N V Catlttm, J Anderson, wife and child. J (J
Jacob, wife and child, w Damclton and wife, A I Ian
From Sydney and Auckland e Am steamer City of
avtine, K Keimciitclinciuer, 3 c pl.tnt, 1 cs tecit; J
W Ctirin, a cs mJe, 3 iwircels mdge and a pkg pUnis
to addre; A b C leghorn, a c drapery; Order 99 ca
Imuort, 10 c mdte. 1 eft drapery, aj c irccned ineit.
cutlery, etc, 5 tksoats, 5 c lacou. In transit 4,310
0ig to pretturc of other and Imperative matter
me mi 01 impont vy auei 1 neiu oer until ine next
For San Francisco, per Cuv of Svdnev. March 11
8,880 ok a lunar, q3o,I47 R: i ike rice, too lb: iku
coffee, 400 trt; 1347 bch banana; si bxt betel leae;
nuinetitc vaioe, 09,uo 10
rurnan r rancitco, per Discovery, March 13. iJ.cg
pkg sugar, 1,470.033 tti; too bbl molatse, 3,600 gals.
Domestic value, 8jf()l 93
CutiMiNnv-Al Va Idista, Georgia, February 17th, Dr.
O S, Cu mining, Ul of Honolulu, aged 3$ star.
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, iUj.
All matter (or the S.turd.y Preta thould be
ddie.i.J to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
GOOD HUSA'XSS JA'D HAb.
U il 'baj business" to write alxul leptoiy?
There are numerom a)s of lighting the ilcvil.
One way is to fight him "with fire." Another
l to " whip him round the slump." The lat
ter method has the disadvantage of enabling
lhat agile xrsonalily to he half the lime in
the rear; in which case the traditional pitch
folk i ns elTcclive as the traditional whip.
The former plan has the merit always of pre
senting a firm and undaunted front, provided
Ihc caue be sufficiently ju-.t to call forth iIiom:
iiualities of which fortitude and high moral
courage are the chief. When new spapers are
lightly representative, they do mote than ex
press the opinions of one man. If they do
not voice the comktkms of many men they
hae either no reason for U'ing, or else the
community in which they eiist has no positive
convictions. This is a naked statement of an
esiiling situation. It has a personal applica
tion. TheSATURUAY rKtiSamllhcjiui'('j
Gautt arc making a tight each on it, own
responsibility and each initsown way against
the common enemy of the Hawaiian nation,
This enemy it bad government masquerading
in the endless disguises of incompetence, folly,
estravagancc, retrogression and criminal neg
Irct. To beat this enemy il will be not enough
to " beat around the bush." This bright ut
ticulai devil in Ihc Hawaiian ctlen may not
successfully lie whipped "around the slumi"
To bring older out of chaos, to succeed mis
rule by good government, it Is necessaiy that
public sentiment be fully atoused. The apathy
of ignorance, the mailuly inactivity of "let
ling well enough alone," the blind, unreason
ing faith In a Cunsrivatistn pinned to of
ficial Incompetence ami cilra othcial knavery,
must lc goaded, reasoned with, organiied and
led. In Ihc doily defined path of its duty the
I'uss rus had frequent occasion to use plain
language about the Government's mismanage
ment in irgard to leprosy. In this, the I'KCM
has aimed lo tell the cud tiulh inventing
nothing, cutKcaUng nothing iniepictnting
no one, favoring i one. The jiolitlcal in
tcicslt of all good cilUcns aie identical. The
ptppiieloT of this paper has no intuest outside
of Ihesc UUn.li; his property, his Uuineu uvd
his boooiaUc ambitious air all centered in this
cuwuiuiuty. Hi, interest are Ihc interests of
the King4otu, of Oahu, of Honolulu. There
can be bo blow aimed al the social 01 financial
wcM-bcing of tlaU community that k not
struck at the varied wcHbdng of every noawt
wan in it. So, if vkc indisjnant protU of the
Satukdav rW tfUnit the csiiinil con
tkivMC. at tk ipwifl U UfKf !ttfc k Uie
tn( ear dla!1ed and cargo shifted
bmincMilrmnfall of llonoltiln, no man uonM
suffer prcatrr buinc Im tlnn the proprietor
of tin jnurnAl for ho mm may Imc more
than hU nil. Ami If it lc Miil ImInme, to
tell the tinvarnUhcxI truth, (n the earnest efTort
lint it miy help men mi to sliae public on'n
ion that reform miy come before it i. too latd
then the 1'RF.sn accepts Hie full reonibiIity
of It utterances, prepared to fight it out on the
wme line a (Jranl ilhl.
In estimatini; our motive tn slitting up I tic
leprosy rpicstion, wc jre neitlicr v green nor
vt chatitahle as to suppose for a moment tint
the '. C. AJvttiur misttken when it sas,
in its notice of articles which have appeared In
the Aim 'mmitre Chtvnitlt, "Ihc destruction
of our (iovcrnipent, N the aim of
our local opposition press." The whole com
inunily know whit our motive has been, and
we ate not in any way alarmed al Ihc prosjiect
of lint opinion being changed by any Imc ami
unworthy insinuations tint miy be put forth
by a journal mi utterly icgndlcss of truth, and
so shameless in its adiocacynf every iniquitous
measure tint miy cmirnte from n lawless ad
ministration. We have devuted our columns
to ihc exposition of Government abuses and
corruption gcnerall), singling out for promt
nence, very li.1ttir.1lly, such abuses as were
considered most directly destructive lo the
peace and comfort of the community and the
commercial pnierily and prospective indc
pendence of the nation. Under such ciicum
stances, wc would hive acted traitorously to
every human instinct and to every true interest
of these Islands, hid we pissed without notice
the actions of Ihc existing Iloird of Health in
its mode of dealing with the question of lep
rosy. Hut, if a truthful and considerate cxixi
sitlonof the nctuil state of affairs in this rtgard
has tended to create an alarm abroad which
may commercially hurt the tiadc i;f these
Islands, It is not the "opiositinn press," as
the I'ltmiti's Organ would hive Its readers
believe, but the tcnJiict 0 Gevirnmtnt lint is
rcsKnsiblc for the evils which hare already
come and which may lc in store. If it wire A
fact that murder and bngindage were crimes
common in our public streets, and tint day
light and the knowledge of Ihc Executive were
no protection to the most innocent (wdesttian,
would wc be binned in giving publicity to the
fact; or l accused of aiming at ic tltiti ue-
lion of the Gavtinmtnt, because our statement
of the facts hid gained credence abroad, and
the warning voice of foreign publications had
kept immigrants and travellers away from our
shores? Most assuredly not I There is a mani
fest analogy in the case before us, and the
spirit that would make Ihc "opposition press"
responsible for the effects of a truthful exposi
tion of official delinquency in one case would
only be acting in consistency with its own
principles to charge the natural effects of ra
pine ami riot iiion those who exposed their
existence. What we have done in this matter
has been simply to relate thu truth. Not one
of our statements have been overdrawn, nor
have our inferences as lo the tendency and
lcaiing of those facts becn'proinpted by politi
cal prejudice or exagerated in Ihc least par
ticular. We have but voiced opinions every
where prevalent among the intelligent foreign
(KJition of our community, held alike by the
rich and the poor, the high and the low. Hut
in the execution of so painful, vet so manifest
a duty, we have been moved by higher con
siderations than those of mere money ; by con
siderations lufore which those of commerce
and internal industry, or even a sense of per
sonal danger, pale into insignificance. Il is for
the Wives and children, and for the general
safety of the home ever) where throughout the
land that we have licen impelled to sc.ik.
And it was only a deep sense of a fast-multiplying
danger that could have led us to an
exHition of facts, the effects of which abroad
would be as heavily felt by the writer as by
the average business man ol this community,
were those effects such as the Chronltlt would
desire, or the '. C. Advertiser predict.
Had we kept silence on these matters, things
would have been infinitely worseto-daythanthcy
were a few months since, and tlieqiossibility of
a final riddance from the danger of contagion
from a fearful disease, immensely postponed.
For political reasons, and none other, the Gib
son Hoard of Health have ignored the rights
of healthy citizens, and, acting in oien con
Irariety with the spirit of the law, have en
couraged the congregation of lepers in the
most populous district of the Islands. Free
dom from restraint and a wild scheme of cure
or amelioration, held out to them on the part
of the authorities, had induced lepers to travel
fiom all parts to locate in the.mctropolis; and
how but by exposure from the "opposition
press" could the continuance of so foolish and
fatal a scheme have been prevented. Was
this community to be satisfied by the mere
assurance, from a newspaper owned by the
President of the Hoard of Health, that the dis
ease is not contagious, especially when such a
siqijiositioii is so manifestly at variance w ith
the general experience of residents here, and Is
unsupported by the opinion of a single medical
practitioner residing among us, unless we ex
cept lhat of Dr. Fitch, who believes
that leprosy and syphilis are but two names
for one disease. Certainly, if the disease be
non-contagious, or not more so than cMium
lion or cancer, as the Premier's Otgati would
have people lielieve, in order to justify the
conductor the Hoard of Health, any outcry
against its action In the matter would lie with
out justification; but we firmly lielieve in
the theory of lontJgion, ami have uion previ
ous occasions expressed our reasons for that
belief. The assurances of the Advet for have
not soothed us, and we arc sure also that they
have not soothed the community, and it is but
"running in the face of Providence" to attempt
to thus hide the misdoings of the Hoard of
Health, or lo attempt lo attribute the natural
effects of that misconduct to the work of those
who have done a simple duty in making ex
posures. The law calls for the tegiegation of
lepcrsi Ihc ph) ileal health and social comfort
of this community, as well as our foreign rela
tions, upon Ihc fiiendly continuation of which,
wc arc commercially dependent, call fur a
rigid ami continued enforcement of that law
by the authorities here; and it is only thus,
and not by the criminal silence of Ihc press of
this country, that wc can hoe to escape a
realization of the direct predictions that the
J'. C. Advertiser has seen fit lo make, and fot
the realization of which it would make Ihc ex.
fostr, liut not the Jelin-jutitt, responsible.
Stimulated by the articles which have btcly
appeared in the "oppeit!on press" upon this
painful subject, and fearing the accomplish
ment of the predictions made by its Organ,
the Hoard of Health are at last dUpUving an
unwonted degree of energy In the capture ami
segregation of lepers. Many hate been lately
isolated, and tome fifty more arc shortly lo be
sent away to Kalawao 1 Sod if the Board will
continue as it has already begun, the com
munity will soon be lid in a great Measure of
the iiupeodintj danger. But a lung as
"Branch I Impiut," with only picket fences
tu prevent communication with those outside,
or tu guard against nightly tacafxa, arc main
tained in the immediate vicinity of the town
a great danger tvUI still remain. Proiwr segre
gation U what U imperatively needed, and tfeb
can never be secured in such aa iaaltiittioa aa
thai which eaiUi at Kaiaako, when aecM to
htfXfe is almosf aa free as if m OM at
friends of the treaty hive good grounds for
the exultant feeling Indulged In at the pros
pect of the continuance of reciprocal relations
with the United States. In the various per
sistent and unnarr.1nt.1hle attacks tint have
been made uvn it loth in and but of the
House, by a numtier of influential as well .is
unscrupulous newspiiers, and by the comhi
nation of refinery Interests in the 1-ast, our
enemies have fought hard to have withdrawn
from us the sustaining aim of reciprocity -if
not by abrogation direct, then by notice of
termination. The resolut Ions have bc.cn enn
sldcrrd in the House and in varlom commit
tees, and no stone has lecn left unturned b)
our opjioncnts to gain their object. The litest
action was Ihc Senate's reference of the I'l
nance Committee's rejvoit theicon to the
Foreign Affairs Committee, among whom arc
a number of Ihc treat)', staunches! friends.
The fight Ins been a long and Severe one in
which wc have hid to encounter cminics from
jealous slandioints holli of politics and trade
wherein we have licen clnrgeil with all sorts
of svstrmalic fraud and evil. And now that
the session of Congress has closed without final
action thereon, its silence gives assent, virtu
ally, lo its continuance. We hoc there will
be full appreciation of the assiduous work of
those friends, both ill and out of Congress,
who hive so well represented our interests
during the past twelve months. Our late Min
ister Resilient, and Special Commissioner, J,
Moll Smith, renditcd effective mid timely
assistance. The friendly offices of members
of the administ ration at Washington was sup
pleuunlcd by the able writing of many jour
nals and writers, both I'jst and West. It is
well said that il Is in times of trial or adversity
that one finds his Iruesl friends. We Ixjicvc
Hawaii Ins found a host claiming graltful
recognition in this rcsx'ct. At this writing
wedonot recall all the journals lhat have
conic lo our notice, but the .V. '. Merchant
has cs)ecially espoused our cause on the Pa
cific Coast, and the A'. 1' Times, the St. Louis
Republican, and the Washington Am. Register
In the Kast j besides many others lhat have
ever evinced a friendly spirit, among which
the S. . Commercial I leratd and Market Re
view, the Sacramento Union and Oakland
Times deserve mention. Of those lhat have
licen bitter opponents, the A. )'. Ilciatd, N.
V. Sun, Hoston Advertiser and S. '. Chtoni-
cle have been especially vituperative, and in a
late issue of the latter paper wc find the fol
lowing acknowledgment of its defeat: "It! is
quite evident that the Hawaiian treaty will pot
be terminated through Ihc agency of the pres
ent Congress. It was hardly to have Ijccii ex
pected that a Ixxly so rotten as the House of
Representatives which goes out of power pn
Ihc 4th of March next would act contrary to
the interests of a powerful monopoly. Their
refusal to abrogate the treaty only adds to the
infamy with which they have already covered
themselves." The attention of the recent sit
ling of Congress lias licen closely devoted to
Ihc consideration of tariff questions, through
which, doubtless, wc may attribute in a meas
ure the cscajic from the clutches of our would
be executioners. Just as the Suez was leaving
San Francisco, in answer loa telegram for the
latest advices, Mr. II. I'. Iialdwin received
Ihc following reply: "The Senate passed the
Committee's Amended Tariff Hill this morning
by one majority. The House arc to vote on il
at 5 p. M. Il will probably pass."
"Hctler late than never is a gooel motto
liotii for governments and individuals to rccog
nize. This old saw is brought to mind in Col.
Macfarlanc's reiort on the subject of Portu
guese immigration, wherein we find ourselves
placed back again where our astute Premier
terminated arrangements last summer. It is a
wholesome sign to sec the Hoard of Immigra
lion "acknowledge the corn," that wc were
right and they and their organ were wrong in
the charges that undue profits were being made
by Messrs. Hoflnung and their agents. Hut
how much has it cost the country to have these
facts verified by the annuling of an envoy's
lowers and the appointing of a special com
unssioncr, besides the tune and people lost lo
Ihc planters at a period when they sorely need'
ed them? If Cabinet Ministers were held re
sponsible for their spiteful blunders of this na
ture, in the amount of expenses they have forced
the Government into, they would exercise more
wisdom in their consideration of such impor
lant measures. Tis true that in the re-open
ing of immigration of Portuguese a concession
has been obtained by our commissioner upon
the former charge for passage, but it demanded
a concession in return that will, in the long
run, prove not to lie so advantageous as under
the former arrangement. The actions of the
present Ministry have been a succession of
blunders from beginning to end, of which those
emanating from the Foreign Office will prove
to have been not the least.
Our esteemed contemporary, the Gatette,
may ponder with advantage that famous maxim
of the still more famous Crockett, "He sure
vou are right, then go ahead." This bit of
friendly advice is provoked by a local para
graph, in last Wednesday's Issue, anent the
arrest of a man alwut to sail for San Fran
cisco in the City of Sydney, Tuesday evening.
The Gatette may have been right In saving the
man was .shamefully abused by the officers
who took him to prison. Hut it was wrong in
giving the impression that the man was ar
rested for drunkenness merely. Captain Fclil
behr, who made the arrest on the steamer,
subsequently turning the man over to another
officer, did so at the request of one of the
steamer's officers. The man was unable to
show either passjiort or ticket, and was clearly
attempting a violation of law. It is often
praiseworthy to pilch into the powers that be,
1 1 is always admirable lo content one with the
unmixed truth. Here, fortunately, .the truth
is quite enough.
THINGS li'SE AND OTHKRH'SR.
Notwithstanding the coronation it teems )ct
to be a question of rough andtuuible between
the Premier and the Chambeilaln as to who
shall be "iloss."
The officers of the City ef Sydney do not
Ihink Wlggl"'' Hotm in)ihccy altogether a
iiiythi though, from some inaccuracy in calcu
billon, the gale was two days astray. Captain
Dearborn spoke of il as lite heaviest blow he
hail ever experienced.
It is noticed (especially by the Premier's
orgau) that the Premier s residence was pro
fusely illuminated in honor of the coronation;
but. It was not known till Ulely that the ex
pense ot the lanterns then used was charged
among the "Coronation expenses."
Wetter an embargo oa Hawaiian products
than fatuous disbelief in the this we daily
run. " It U ifangerous to be- safe' siJd the
mother of the third Wapohroa. Wc may be
safe now. Wc were (u safer when vy
known Wj is the Kingdom was lodged on
aw. iniaaa mm sssw .treat nave aMtt a
mote adtwiaalih iwiawltliaa f the wake ef
ff haaw hac iavKW tjaawiw of
hop thaa ha did tajkia
mmSm m)m f'A
Hoy I-nstf" given at the Kort Street Church
last Sunday night.
Voting Hawaii will find It wise togd slow In
some directions. The future of these Islands
Is In his hands, on certain conditions. One of
those conditions is lint he respect the teachings
of advancing civlll;.atIon4and suliordinate to
those teachings his own traditions and tits
own preferences. One of the foremost teach
ings of the civilization now confronting Ihc
rising generation is respect fot the opinions
of the law biding, the religious and those who
like rpiict. If )oung Hawaii thinks himself
emulating )oung America by copying the Sun
day amusements of the San I'mnciscn hood
hun, he was never more mistaken In his life
If he believes lint good citizens puriose
tamely to have Ihc quiet of Ihc xulimhin
Sunday invaded by Ihc Imistrrom noise of
guitar and song and the actions of the hub, he
is so far al sea in his belief tint he may some day
find himself quite out of sight of land. A
word to the wise Is sufficient. We trust voting
Hawaii miy not prove "olherwisc."
PUkisT. K)UNH -Kwin.l, U-l month, a rmnseon
taimnie a sum cf muney In goM anil silvrr cum
I he owner cm have Ihe same dy application la P. ().
HO Ijj. Iji-lf
CAU HON -All parlies are hereby cannoned not to
cash Draft No. Sl8, ililej tctruary I, 1881, for
fS4, drawn liy halnliel raiser on vv. 1. Irwin K 10. in
Ivor of H A. I.)niin, anil Indorsed fiy the latter, said
itrafl lu-ivinif tieen lot hy the undersigned.
ijj 1111 C II. UKIXNr'Ir.M).
NO1! ICK. 'Ihe jwwer of attorney lo sign our. firm
mine tiv lirrmiIon eranted II. Menienschneider.
I.l is Itils ttav annulled. .
II, IIACKI'Kl.ll ft CO.
Honolulu, March 15, 188J. ll&t
uii.tMi'.tasr. mm: it M.t.vttr.trTour,
No 1 j l.iiins Strspt, HoNortiLU.
Hits health invttioralinir Iteri2e It fur sale at nil the
trading saloons 11 Ihe tit). Orders from the oilier
Islands promptly attended 10. IJJ
"CEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Hie Al llrillsli Sleamer
DOIll). . ...Master
WII.l, SAIL KOK SAN KKANCISCO
Thin Day (Satnrtlny) March 17th.
For freight or )iass.ige, a ply lo ,
W. 0. IKWIN & CO,
ijj it Honolulu Agents.
POR HONGKONG DIRECT.
'Ihe At Herman Steamship
A, I'lSClir.K .... .Commander
For Above Port on or Abont May lit.
For freight or passage, apply lo
ijj IIACKI T.I.I) & CO, agents.
PJOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The American lttigantlne,
WM. G. JJHVJN,
Quick Dispatch for the Above Port.
For freight or jussage, .ipply to
ijj W. t. IRWIN 4 CO.
FRIDAY. MARCH 23d,
AT lo A. SI , AT SALESROOM,
tl V. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
AT Tim KFMDENCi: OF
MR. CHARLES H. ASHWORTH,
No. 8 KUKUI STRF.Kl',
On ace-ount of departure, on
V odiicHtlny, M!trel $2tst,
At 10 o'clock, A SI., will be sold
The Kntlve. IloiiHehotil Furniture,
AS FOLLOWS t
lllack Walnut Parlor Chain, Rockers,
lllack Walnut Lounge, Book Case,
Single ami Double Iteds,
Mattresses, Pillows, Sheets, Blankets,
Covetlets, Mosquito Nets,
bureaus, with glass; Tablet, Chairs,
Wastelands, F.wers and basins, Crockeryware,
Meat Sate, Cook btove and Kirchen Furniture, etc.
K. 1'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
OLD LAND AND KALO PATCHES
IN IIAUIIAUKOI AT AUCTION.
liy order U A. W. Pierce, Ksq , attorney in fact for
r.uen 11 uean, win ouer al public auction, on
Haturuny, BCuruli 31at ,
At la o'clock noon, at my salesroom.
All Ihe right, title and interest of the said I'llen II.
Itean, in and to the following described property :
Koval Patent . HVF. KAbO 1'A'ICHKS, near
,41111. tMrvci, iivikmuiu , Aixa, 70a leuiiwas.
ko) al Patent a 1 8 1 , FO U K' K A 1.0 A1 CI I KS, ix-ar
14JUU urcci. iignoluiu ; area, 5iouoi an acre.
Rural Patent 346a ONK KA1X) anj HAblUKE
(.Anu in iiaunaukut ; area. j;j uihomi.
a. Kala ami Tauurt 1-an.l In Niuulpal ; art-a, 645
Kafu aiul Iat4ur Lam in Niualiaii area, 195
Koyal Patent 1431, FOUR KALO PATCHES In
iiaunauaoi( area, 94 taut anacr.
Royal Patent o6j, ONK HOUSr. LOT In llau
rutAol; area, tVtua it an acre,
lecd at eipcnM of pimhaert.
For further portkuUn, awJy to A. W, Pierce, Et ,
IJJ K. P. ADAMS. AuotUnecr,
P-TOWN NEWS AGENCY.
The undersigned Legs to notify his subscribers,
putront and Ihe public In general, that he Las moved hit
entire Merchant street LutUma to ihe
TORT. STREET STORE
fulli&liuiM KecciieJ by E.try Mail.
All IZXJAI. I'APKkS 00 oxinlrr late, or pul up lo
SCMCairTKlN Ur'ICa Or TH
Where aJrttiMei4t nay alw be left,
I Kdkotul rosai up stain.)
H-6" THOS. a THRUM.
TWO SKCOND-HANU KXrkEM8, ONK
SKATCP BASKET CUT-lNUER, ONE
HEACH WAGON, ONE SIKCUC
WLAV. HOUSE AND
1 MARMBtm '
A tke ee ate la iwsl scatr, ssssuay ae, fatal as utm
UM, WENNER & Co.,
91 Four Strfrti Honoluiu, I ,
lave reoiw-niH. al ll rM Mam! wiili a new
am) cirefitllr Ite,l ifuck of
Anil Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs. Ac.
teaJie wpiiM iJi well to call nn! ctarnli. our Mtxk of
tlracelfl llrootlies Iclft. leanings tic ,
winch were eNcta!ly M-lstttM with a
tie to nut ihe market
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Hie rejiring tntxhwf wtf liHlne wr refirJ a an
niHrtant onr. ami all Jo! eniriiMe.1 to 114 will
Im aiecntetl in n m.nner wconJ to fKMir
Of every iJvri,.o.i iKme to oriler. Parttrtilir alien
tism UKiiil to nnlert ftihl J.li wmlc from I lie oilier
UltinK While ltinlin( the m!ltc for .ivt
uvivt, we muni 10 note ,,LU "ur ,,rf,B p"
(".rirore In iIicm; M.111.I4 w ill erwMe m
loolilam n fiir tvliire of ptronagc
"Qtttfk Sittrnnul Xnmtt I'lnlff,
Is our motto, ami we ".lull keep tn fttotlr every article In
our line 01 limine, 51 jm
D EM0VAL NOTICE.
?SV. O V 13
10 ovr.K his tour-.s-iKi:i:i stoki.
t-'NTNANCrjl TKOSI FokT Ok Hum SrKPETS
All uorV. sslll have the same care and prompt attention
hound to okdi:r inanvdksiki:dsiyi.k
Pnpor Ruled and Blank Book Made
TO ANV VATTFHN.
I'APRK OK DIMS ItlOCKI'l).
Or any wotk ierlaiiiini to a well apKinled
Book-Bindery, Falthfiilly Exeonted.
ADMINIST RA'IOK'S NOIICIl-n.e tumler.
signed , luvinn leeiululy.iiioiiileilniliiiini.lralor
wan the will annexed) of llie estate of MAKV
KI.LNt (JcceNed, all jwrvm having tbiim aganiM
Raid cAtale arc herebv initificd lo tiresent the name wilh
out deliy, and w.ihm tx moniht after date lirreuf, or
ihey will be lorcver Uirrcd; and all jttrwirt inUebieU to
said estate to in ike immediate iunient.
w. i r.ui:i:N.
Administrator (whli will annexed) of the eitjte of
iviary irceii, ucceaseu,
llonoliilii. February 24, 1883. 130-4!
Ed HQFFSGHLAEGER & CO.
Nest lo I'. H. Adams.
lla umlrraUiHil the MitMiywHt of Sheep
Apply to II N, C.hBfiNWKl.tt
138 6w Kona. Hawaii.
T UBRICAT1NG OILS.
We dcitre to call attention to the fine Hock of OILS
whi.h we now haw on liand. compriMuit
ihc following 1
.Troth Spvrm Oil, in quantities to snltf
leard Oil. In bnrrtli and cac ,
Cylinder oil. In barrel aiwl in ca ;
Cislor oil, (two qualilirii,) in cases J
t'aalTiiM oil. in larrcU;
A cheap artUte for light-running mathincry, and, for
no4 uki, muy rtpui 10 me more ei penMve oil.
WR ALMi krill IN 1TOCK
SKID0A1E OIL. i.icate.
Thlt oil it made from khark'a liven, and U fully rtual
10 larq, anu it mut.11 tneapcr.
DARK LU1IK1CAIINU OIL, In barrel 1
Jwa tlie ihing for Sugar MitU, Cane Carrier ami Cart,
or any now moving maa.riincry. ana ai nail the
privc of the eipentive mis now in uoe.
In addition la above, we keep
Kerotscn Od Downer" Noonday, I eU viral,
N eat -font Ud, UnIoI and iw;
LinMtxl Od. In uantiltc to uiil.
And of Ihe (xu qualities AIof conaanily uti land,
In oil and dry, and HA (fir wpaiI ttmil Xinrt of
uincrcni quauuet, jum rcceiveu
TWO BUOKETE MOWEaU.
JuU ih thinjri to rut 1 1 ilo era.
1'I.OWS AND AOKICULTUKAL IMI'l.F.MKNTS
of every dcM.riptkMi bwdoaa tlauialkrfi.
FF.NCi:VKF. AND HAKDWAKK of all kindt
cunaantly uu hand ami for aU Lkeap by
B. a HALL ft SOW,
ijitf Cor. King and Fort Mrtttt, Honolulu.
VJOTICE, l-lirri teUaiMiOary tavto Uwcd lo
li the und ruined, all pcrwnt having clalau aaina
ihecaate of M. J, K(K,dccacd.art hciebynul&ca
lo pmcru itm ham without tklay, and wuhiq it
UMnlb afur the dale hereof, or ibey will L forever
Uutt.1, and alt ocsuo IndcUeU lo t uait lo hwU
wiHNuit lMjritaciH. w t. ouiitr.rcn.
Kiumior of th will of M.J. Kom, oWeavMid.
Hooolulu leuruaiT1 1, iW i; am
maTORTGARKrrS NOTICK Or" INTENTION
tWl TO OKfcCIXit.-N.ke Is Keeeby Iir.u
laal, purtiuJil lo lMwee U sale neilaliie4 la a certain
MOrtxaae iSevd daleil llay aa. iSrf. asade tv A.
KALATJLI, U llooolulu. Oabu, to A. lAtUlKk, U
uu Hoaduiu. or rewrd ia Ike oaVe i4 eVc Keawtar
U CoaseyaiiLee la lAa eo, sat taaes eav au4 at, au4
rW a UeeKiS U the ae4wM.lK In saij tssurtgTife ste4
GoAUltted, wssltl Ike tsua-MVlMuil (at We ieaMKtMt
tteeeeW, tkM alt aa4 iitsasilir, Ike Uajs, teateaewts,
hefeiaVieaeiili aasj aiamrlenancei bi taiJ taiataaae
We4 nenslnesi aaj JmnUJ. UL tk like Ilea.
laBMiJ by aWva bet toe! at MiUic aaweVltaa im awaSajMBt ol
lebe teffsMMl fief teaVaT siJaMaVa1UeaM ftel llMsHlleWsleafV aMawksMeeL
"1 je ttHlCariV BB aaaeeel aafeflaaeteeeeetW ltasfaliggkeaal taeWtfaetT M
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DOR SAN FRANCISCO
The A 1 nipp'r I em
WKNIri , Mister
WIS I USSR
Quick Dlepnich for the Abovo Port.
lor frelilht or passage, np ly lo
111 I" A. JiCIIAr.rT.R K CO , Aitrnts.
POR SAN FRANCISCO
I1i New Ct!per l!rltanlme
(lulclt DNpntrli for llio Almvo Port
Tor freight or t(e, aptly to
131 (1 W MACFAIUNNr.CO,Atnt4.
POR SAN FRANCISCO.
Ihe fine Aineilmn lt.ul;
S II WINIHNO. Master
win. 11 Air
Qnlok Ulmtch for tlio Abnvo Pari.
I'nr fielitht or istsvige, n ty la
181 II. IIACKH'.l.lrA CO Anentt.
A FRANK COOKI-,
AbKNT inn 1IIK rullimiNil niasirej
WAII.l.l.r., MAI OIO,
tlhN. Slt.tll I.. kAI.UNA,
I.AIJ 1- Krd with While Hill OITice corner ol
(Jiirrn and Nmilnil Mrrel.
3IN1F.R'.S I.INB 10K SAN HtANCISCO
v. nitr.H 1:11 ,t rowiM.vr, .iwi'.
l.irh.-iiuliw! rerrived Srorice Frre. and ItWral c.ish
Advances nude on shipments hy this line.
NTJ2AJI Ell LIKE IA ICE,
Ktfntnrr l.iV.I.Le uill t.'.isa llnnoliilu ench Tlievlis
at 4 p. SI , touching at Lslnina, Maalsen II iv, MaVelw,
MnliuI.onj, Knvtnih'ti, Liiiisiliorhouand llilo
Keliirtiinx Kill touch M all the aluie ils arilrmg
at llonoliihl each isundsy A. si
, W NI'.WCI.I, . Mvler
On or About Mtro lit Next,
For freight or iissagr, nl ly to
lMt C IIKI'AVF.K & COMI'ANV.
OSTON AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
CIIAKIXS IIKKWKK S. CO.
Will diKilch Ihe llaik
MAltTHA DA VFS,
ItHNSON . Master
Sail from Boaton on or About June 1 fi.
Orders should he in lioslnn not later than June 1st
to insure shipment. For furlhrr particulars, apply lo
C, IIKF.WF.R t COMI'ANV,
lv3 Queen street, Honolulu
A NOTHER DRUG STORE.
PALMER & THACHER,
ANU IJFUKKS IN
Toilet Avtlvlen ami Jfanrtf (UhhIh,
No. 113 FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the puMic want of a Drug Store
Conveniently located, where medicine can le pnxrured
al all lioun, wo harj uficiitHl a pharmacy in ihn Damon
lllock. near Hotel strtxi. We carry a Urge aisortmrnt
of good peculiar tu our line, which we otter at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Our Store ia Kapt Opaa EvaaiaKa.
Our stuck of ruis and Chenitcals Is complete.
Our line of I'atent MedKines embrace all llie iuputar
I All the New Keme.lies,
t All Ihc Okl Kilul.le Ktmc.lies. f
MX IIAVK TIIK lAVl'.KST AS&IIHTSIKNT or
In the Klredom, such as
I lair llrudies, 'lxh llrushet, Nail, Cluth, Mesh
and Haiti Hruslies, Urcsslni; CoihIm, 1'iH.lrt OuhIm,
Fine ami llack Comln, Cosmetics, I'cunades, llalr
Oils, loith Freisiralions, Cold Cream, llln.tue
Ice, Ferfuines, llainlLcrihirf Kilracls, Coloirnea.
Toilel Waters and VineKars, Sachet I'oiedcrs, llainl
Mirrors, Natl-clcanln helf, Smrllinn liurlee,
Atombrrs, Karors, Strops. Shaving Cun, Itrushes
and Ssau; 'Follel SoaA of every kind.
Ldiaa' ToUat ArtlcUa,
Such as Cameltine. Dkkcv'e Creme de IM. Itrifs
lllooni, I lagan's llalin, tSouraud Oriental Creamr
Lubln's, Saunders, I'uiroin' 'lellow'i, Calseit'a,
bikI a tiost of Cher INiwdcre aiwl Kofiies, lUndii
line, lleauty Siots,ctc.Jhiie Urge llaltiliigSboniEeil,
Sjne lUikett, etc.
wa UAva ma riNcar lot or
Kver trouzhl tu thtt Klngilom-
Infaala lliessing Cmcs, Nursery I'osvdcr,
Fieiiored r ullcr's rirlh.
IHitu, 1'uff Itoses, CaMlIe biuu,
Niiiulel, leelhlnf KiiiKs,
HutUrTuUntf, Fenlin, lUlles,
Ni(hi Tjws Kidje'e Food,
'lastur't Arrow Koul,
Soothing Syrui, etc
TIIK ONLY COSirtKTK NTlKK or
la.ctaol.i aail Cjra.Qlanai
PkertasrasjlUo OhaaBUsaJa of all alatb.
A UAMCK AWIirSIINT dr
0 iiousrKecFeas' akticiks,
Such as fcarioiu, r-leitro-Sdicoa, Siln Soap, CUiil
and Utaesofid CrlocM, Insect IVwilcr rly
Fauer, Ant Foisun, Kal I'Aste, "Koojh on
kalr bla IlLuLii.jl ami lre)ng, rttacklnf
Iviuslws, Dyes iHUnfictaiils. 'I ulel i'awr, etc
We nuke a iwrUliyuf l-LAVUKINO F.X I ItAUl
of our own auftufactute; llol Wattr ilaas, Kuh
U. CmUmuds, Uedkiist Cfceslt, etc
Ballalaaa lilt Wat.r
IIIAWH rkoU TMK fAUHtrt fOUKTAIH,
Which sarpaMee ill ele(anc everylUof of the kukl ever
Uvut4 u, ikeM UUada, I imasjiaUe.
W. A,nvfaclani SOliA WATKR atl CINOKK
ALB, auj rur'lheaaeurrfve geoaio Kutens AoUe
ar.' UKttmm avu hmh
Ta asy yart U MM citf, aaj taa tu lW' laaer UauJe.
Orders ka tat amntrt mM twin etnM sljsnlisei
wage are feaf nsaatataar,
'! '" lAUHs' THMHIUL
maratsMisv aU, . iyl
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
OFr I K FOH SA1.F,
From the cafRoes of llie tll.t OCK an.1 wrier recent
sesseli, the Mk-tn-
Dry Goods and Clothing:
I'rinttof ihe bte4 M)lr,fal rr1or;
Ittue Denims llmr I (ien Dulls
While Croydon Sheellntf,
llorrtarlt'v letMiii Llt-ihs Wateri'roitf 1 weeds
luweltftml 1 outline, (lltrt lofN,
1 allt I hihs I nl l Na Kins
Pttm Llnenat Shnwlflt Drwi GimmU,
( JrenidinM, hile ami Colore! .Sills
(.oKirrd Satins Dra Cloths
ArtifttUt Hotr ftikl Feathers
Cuttmi HamlkerthUfsSiIk HindlrrfMefs
I al le Covers wnolfn, ColttreilSitieemand Cnjes
tancy .MitlnreatMl lllne ami (!ray flannels
itom utwns I'ronk rikii oiion,
lttuennd White tltnk l.Kt.i.!.s
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
r'nnry IIjhIs KfRatlt Slilrls Wool ShllU,
W Idle and Cokiml iAUx .Shirts
I ancy .Varfs l"l Hrefer,
Men' While ami ltrovr.it CutiMi Half mtt
liidieit' Hone, Mcnt Ready made ( lothing,
l-ndieV Matt (while, Hack an.1 feinry Mraw).
IihIui Kill her Lrwits Cnjtr an I IKRlnRv.
Illueatid Oray HurMt UlinVtU,
Wmlrti Hltnkets all i'S colors and weight
Vrtrtt fiirtrji, IVrrl IttijM,
Vtlretjitnl Tttprtrtf 'oor.WnN.
A full assortment of (IKNTI.KMFN'S anj I.A.
DIKV SADDI LS; alw, Saddle for IM ''' Ci,U,
nnil n few
IlKIIH.fS, S.vldl Cloths and Chamol Skin.,
SnKAr Bak. SOaiSlS.
Coal Bar. 26x37
Rico Bntpv and Twine.
ttittniHlxtil I'orrUfjHtrtl ttnofhttf (34 trance),
in 6( 7. 8 ami 9 fret Irngihi,
uooKiNO scur.ws and wasmi:ks.
Annealed Fence Wire, Not. ;,,, 6 and 7, and Staples;
fl.ilvjiiiiml Iron Itnckets all MeiJ
(taUanled Wash Hains
(iihanied Garden Itotderin and Netting,
Tinned Iron Saut-ep-iiM, all mc;
Ieakettle, re.il J.iran HlackliiK.
Pavhitf ttvlvh'H 11ml Uttvilen Tile,
aay I -two Seat ami Chain.
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Fancy Claw Mower Stands
POIITI.AW) ci:mi:nt KIKE I1KICKS,
Llrrrimot Suit nnil Itiiek Sail, 7.lnm, Paint
itml Itnlletl Oil, Wtirrmlrr Nimr
English, American and Hawaiian
'lltree, live and nen )ard long
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty lesl, tltct ,', )(, ,', and i.
J'OWKI.I. DUI'l'RYN STKAM COAL,
KNCil.lbll LEAllllIk I1KI1IN0, from ', lo it,"
tlHr MtjfllorMn i'uiprf I'orliiblr Knghtr.
.Ilxi, Our Three-lltri I'atrrr t'erHeal
Knultif, fie. ,
XMr 1IIF.O. II, IMVIFStCO.
M.-OAT Jr., & Co.,
IIOKOLULU, II, I ,
Would lake this inctlioJ of Informing; Ihe inhabitants of
Honolulu, awl the oilier Isunds llul
they liare ooened a
SUUontry and Newt Depot la the New
Hawaiian Caaette Block, No. as Mtr
chaat Street, where they are araaarta)
to furniah r
Ink una Mftetlmir,
In quaru, iinls, rulf-pinli, and cone.
Letter and Note Paper, Feotacaa, Ln
Cap, EBtrelopea, Pataateriea, ate, etc n
Unlrr lukrnfyraHU periwfreol r mtrf
rHAMr rAul may l ilitiml.
Fiuiuut atieruiuii will Le (Iran lolh. Malbaa
of Faoers 10 suUcrtLers cei any of lis. other
lUendet aii, a(enl tor Ihe
RED RUBBER 1TAMPS.
Orders foi Kr.1 Kulker Btampe receittd and oroeauly
'llie AccolaUe MolUay Sod rent,
"Trlbatoa af Hawallaa .
In infravesl Corel of Trootc Kceneey, can now W haul
lu (UAjaMS4 SO UU ft
I'rite, tu temti wi, ft firr smm.
TIIOS. tt TMKUM,.., ,,,, .Kaijaaiav
j Cast. W. Stawatrr.
like, l Hlawatkayeia.liai Uaa aaa ajtoaaat
paagMet sWw U oiMerralwsi aasl umeaXwaTaf.
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