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k f lb. Mm 11wfct Ibe aernM., of the Va
rt very fr.tt.ai rt, 'r Wch oar llert h.te
iiw M In tb Masart etrtrrl ft tiers! remain
n real ere sale tkM f earM attrMkwi to last
wvfc nahrsl wr .ntrsaVtiwtlr, many of Ibe risrerl.
t'vasrfani tm ortifi, M It .hate ar.KTest.ttna! nearly
$tsa Mr f H V after .es-rateel So t, 4, I and
i. ta the Manm Unas Md No. t of the (JiwKtitl
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(hxtan Nm of Vm. IsmB ihoM Vti) Kt Our
iioh W mVf m(tHW In onttrlntt pw
Arrived t Pott of Honolulu.
. OSS, IVwU. from Sn Frfaro May i
t O STwtmw, Am bV, OtlhMn, from lfpM
CrfM Ktrts Am oVln, Ktn fmm Sw
taLaM,4m, lUut. fm Km. Kaumml MuUra "
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l-JntV., uht.tnn WaUhi. "
AiM. kK, from XaltVo.
( H IttKoo. un Camcftm. from Kauai
tilchpt Mm, HUif. from MitdanJ way uU
MtAoItt, imr Meiifffw, from Kntau
AwMralU, " M S S, lulkA.ftw S Y
Y icWc-r, Am ln, lihi, fnm IVrtl Tonnd
Utrtrr, Am U, from IWt llUVrlf
Kimiu, kH , from W aifu
Mana, kK.. from laBfhueho
lamt (akr( Mm, McDonald, f'om Kauai
KtVauIWtl, ath, from HaruWt
lhTnr. ml4in, IVmnun. from S V
W II rWl, aim, Hun., from HiW
WaimaMlo, u, Ntlwn. from Waimanalo
tnihief. Am Kh, aion, from San rrandtcv
en iwti to Amtfttr
KAnVfouh, Mru ff HorwVaA. N
HalrakaLa, u.hrlar ltwfkro
AUrftUir, Itril S S. for Saltna Cru
Auttralla, run. ItiUoh, forhyUnty
W aichw, ch, for I'auVaa.
I IiuLai, h, for U aulua.
amli, Kh, for I'aauhau
lhuA, Mm, Lorfiuen, for MukiVal ami I Una.
lam Makr, McIVaM, (or Kauai
atmalu. Kh, for llonuapo.
kiliura Hew, itmr, Van. for Kahulul
likchkr, Mm, Kin gj for llila anyway port v
C K Hihop, Mm, Camrrcn for Kauai
Iwalaiu, Mm, lUte,for Maul and Hawaii
KrVauluerti, ach, (or HanaWt
rjimi, kIl, for llria
NjrvlniV. II 1 R t S, Kaloucrat, tor oko-
M&VfiJii, urn.. Mtfrttfor. for K(olau
C K llnW Gtt vk, ft alter, f or S F
UiUma, ttir. fur Koriala
Maaa. tcH. for laupaHocKo
S, lUrt. o. a. a., IU, for San rramnco.
Th fotWrainjt kI hrnc. arTlJ at San rraJKico
a. tof . Apnl tttn, Imt a uccantc, latioo, Am
bk FertM Qucn, NinJin, 15th, Am tern M K Smit
lohnwin; tJih. AnkiM (1 trwtn. Turner; iQtb,
llrit NS AuMralu, TuHoh, tM,Amcn Koaario, Swift,
otaaya from Kahului. ivl. Hnt tk LaUv Lammon,
MaMwt, tUK lit ahip Abranun, Char-man: arth.
iunsiA2wi iru, tiih. tint a a coiHtc, Kiuicy,
Mh, Am xh J K yMt, Hanaon May id, Haw 11
KalakauA, Am ach I 'annum-, Hiegins, jJ, Am bk.
lirt Towrol, arrirrJ April th. Am tktnc Amelu,
NewKall, t Sth, Am iiip OufO, llo)vL
Cowmlt, amrtJ March if. Am Kh Claut Spreck
Merchant Vessel Now In Port.
IIiimann Hon. tk
MukMKO Stam, IViay Am. ttnc
MAUaaa, llrJIey, (In quarantine) Bnt Mm
1 1 nikA, Lc Am, bktne
I C rOtr, (inifcth.
. Ger bk
I'ACirtc btr, lUrne.
Gkac KoatRTs Ravens
C O. WHtMOia, Calhoun
Vcsscli Eipextrd from Foreign Ports
ItaFurN, Or. tk. CANorts. . . .Loose
hc July via tiAckicMtX la-, Agents.
IWtTttw, Am. IV. S, IC ALLrx.
luc lane t-c C lUewcr A Co.. A tent i.
Glawjow, lint ahip,SMAMUM.. Puuful
Due July t 5. G. W. MadarUne A Co., Asenti.
Saw Caiixk, N S W, Ger. bk., Hamodii Cklnch
iKia, G. W. MacaUncACo..arts.
Nitw Curta, N S W.t Am bktne XfAHV
Due. Coal, fthip account
Naw Castlh, N S v, Lstklua.
Due. V. G. Irwin ft Co., agenta.
Poatt-AWD, O Am. bk KuisoaK..
Due F, A. SchaefrrACo., Afenta.
Nrr Voik. Am. bk. SrARTAN
lue lulv iil CauU & CftV ArmiL
Skh r iamovo, Haw. bk. LtLv Giack Huhe
(lt Mahukona.) Loading Apnl 1
Pibt GaMBta. Am.Kh.TiUGHT Whitney
(For Mahukob.) Due
Nrw Castlk, N S W, Utu ahip, Sr Lawbk. Well
Lnadinj March 11 Wilder & Co., Agents.
Niw CATLr. N. S. W t Xosantvm Foe
leading March at. C Itrcwcr A Co.. Agents.
Poar GAUaLt, Am. bktne Kukitat Cutler
Due. H HkUiU a U, Agents.
LiriRrooL, IlnL bk. Islk op A holes ca Dimey
To-ul b ApnL G, W Macfatlane A Co, Agents.
Poar Gamslb, Am. bk. Hors. Penhallow
lue May n-io. lowers A Couke, Agents.
San Fbamcisco, lUit. S, S. Glkkclc .Speechly
IuJunei C DrewerACa, Agents.
Saw Fkamosco. .Cm. bftne. W. G, Ibji Turner
Now due. W. G. Irwvi A Co., agents.
Sak FaawciKO, Ik. bk. Lady LAMrso . KuU
Due May tyy Ikewer A Co., agents.
SVDXIV, FMU ZlALAKDia Webber
Doe Junes. H HackfeU A Co., axta.
Sn Fa.cico, p m a. , Crrvor New Voik
Due June 10. II. lUclftU A Ca.agts.
San Fsawviwn, Haw. bk. Kalakaca Miller
ItmdinZ May 6. F A. NJuefer A Co., ana.
San Franuko. Am bk tomr Qi tii Ulnduig
Iue Jum 1 j. H. HlfM Co.,aiti.
San Francisco, Am. aUk. MarvAlich
Lou,U Sc MkhAela. IWit S S Haj-kow.
Due July toiL G, W MKfarUne A Co., a rem 1.
UVRamoL, lUutk Mailscatk . Ldkin
Due Aug. ti-ao.
The Pacific SWpe la duKargiag at the EspUnaJe.
!T.e lliut.H bAik Mnraibi Is taking ballast at the LxA
USb UkttAa wbaf.
The America UaiV Revert it diKhaigin lumber at
AUen A Kobsnaoa't wharf
The German bark Livingstone U dthchargUg a crro
U Chine gvodi a Sjrcttson'i w hart
The Cerma hark Ilarmodmi, Oekkhi, (s now over
due from New Cule, N S. W She Is l dart out.
The carpewiets hv hnithed conering the jwit sade
u the Herwaaaa, and win now utkJe the mat Uurd side.
The llftttd. ship Gtenberne it at the old Ueam&hip
imiumh(u( M.Mifg(wrii curof -tan gooair
The AaaerKan barkent&oe Eunk Uat I he I. M. & S.
wharf Lckftdinc Ur Saji FraAcikca
Th bAikeotuM Grace Kobms, and the bail C. O.
IV humortt aj at hand with full urguea of coal.
The Arxrkan tent C lord lilatheuream load
Uf with sugar as It cumea along She w 11 aad fur San
I r&nuara ju a day or two.
The Khuuner KtceU. arrived Laa Sunday, from
Port Gaao1. wMh a load U himUr, which she u d..
charging at the f-ju of lurt ureec
The m uuAtr Manpo wdi Uat ItiUlrlphU
f; tlUsfuri abuutMayto, aAdwUlb UrttomAkc
the July tnp U HocHdulu, AtU.
Pnvaie Irlegraiaa reAched this city retterdar An
iJMlg gTeAiiUmAfe done to iJupputf in akiy
gai at FAiulmAh, Iheship Getipburg was Ruwre,
Ad yeohably a twtal k. - .1.
The A-Rericaa WVamlM Duanrerr arrived Uu
Mtmday f as. (rum Sta IraActhCai wuh a full freight
and tMftfer Ua ax-1 Uiuted Statet mad. She U U
IWe er A Co.'t wharf duchargUg
ro Ftaaciacu, f IWowry. May -I K
iNiTter, I K Ort. L Hwn. A llaxdL P fViv, -if
and 4 clslairtau P IVty aJ wde, I L Kaa. & Thomp
aoftAdwtfe, Mrs IWm aitd chdd.
t roaa Auiralia and Nev ZuUad per Cur U Nt
Vk. Mey",'MUv.4. U I Can. LI.
mti Altai ckAl I" IlkfTibiik f Pni.t I. '
wife and t Mtm. II SWd. Lee Fee, J SkRut. J
AaderavMi ah wife, Mrt Gaacvmuir and thddf
J MS HMWI
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lir(,, VI Lm t-A.ll. Alv, w Hultk. Oul.O, i: L
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tniUrn. BVI.VW, IIVItKtui. Mutk AD U, S
S.ut, Ymf llu., J Aiuu, J Viituciu; U buw,
lot I.(V4, ) LsrwAl VUf ii-ii; yuM.
'Sm tlutu, v UU, Vl.r I iUll.rr,
r T.Uaupk, MtilM, i AUiftUx. Vl.r u-H
a tr ' u M.CaU J
) n J 1
I Iivrf J I l)l ji I
Tor Nm rrm:ipn, -r C tir -f Nw oV, May J
mbf and wrff. Mm Sn. ft Avtf. A Mftl-rl. O
UmL " cMMttw. Mr I M WXMf
7ml J MaVaV and tf WS Wltn, J
OtvtkitV, J IiUartl. A HrWt, MnMim
rrwi NCatfr. XSW f tt Kottt. May
i lrffi A Co, i ttww coal
rrom Port Ttnwml, iff KirtMor, May ij -Hack
ftM Co, U,1i ft itiw"l lomUr jjot ft ronth
font?, iW ihmc!f.
rmm iVtl famJ w Rm, Mart AKthA
RoMimm, (A ft hnih hnnhrr, TJ." 1 fthw
Wf, ti.fvmn MttaHl mm-rr. in carfcNtctri, um
Vrrm AtttrarU and New 7kA, pt Chv of Sw
VmV, May 9 A S CWfmra Co, AiUmattm. )k
drarvft 7 mwdy, MatfarlMt A to, M (ntaUr4l
it MxfirMM v.o. o &f at; -icim
v W tvato4. II f at A L'o. to b4 mai
yr A tine.
, h I.
Ttompwwt )Vt cim tyiiymm Onltr,
Trom San I ram mo, tr AwMtnHa, May t -FhlT
A Co, i r Jry r( H I Ch, 4 c photo riwvtt. J
T WaietlMm, tft Mh, Hall A m, itobooka,
15 f.lft hoiHware I itiii A !km. A re ulvef and com
n4n. f H IHW A Co, t c ami t pr m hlnty;
Mlie MkhnU, 0 r tlffei. KaUVana, Anwlitfi and
ln)fn, it V Matfatwne, t r tweed. hWef A to,
topket wot Won M Mc Inortty, t c tie and ruW-rr
(and fHirinchnm A Co tl pk( hnlare, Ctte A
Cooke, wjc bvtler
I rom n hinrWn, pe Iiacoeey, May ta Onn
banmACo. J tkae mde, J S Watkef. tj pke furnl
tare. Hottlatef ACa, ftpk(i bottle, m Uiettr.
) pig lohwcm me A Co, it pVp ship chamllerr,
oeKaii A t o, t pkt mm. t Ntcltwrny, t c cloth
Inc. I pkf hio4 and hoe, William A Co, tin fancy
fmwt. l.ewer A Cntke, wSM ted wtM hwlej 1
ack, I r rfwinc machine. "Sullivan, Imckley to,
oit bale, tuit, im kt ot, KiMler A impon, l c
hardware, Schiaefer A t o, o tki dour, t pkc. May A
Co, 1; it rAi H wfri. I r UaterhoH. eonts
trunk. Aradrr rond. ti nkt teed. etr. mbUi lime.
U cacrackert, 440 ikt thmrt a$ pVc ult, it; pkft sro
eerie. Wtldef A Co, 1 4 ttWphorte ivl, ,Si t pott, S
otl, tj ttimvfcrrt; HacMeM Co, 1 leilowa, c
rurmture. t.'t s nour, t bw lime, to ik mUl
dttnc, t pfi loard, wm brkaa. t9g t-Ale hay, w
ahinctes t paaee. IaieACo. 104 X feed, etc,
of hale hay, Hiutoft Hermann, 11 hale and 1 e wer.
J I -awry, mVc fttrmturt, Phillip A Co, 4 cs
ici-acco, 4 t b4 ami thee, j c clotMn; , 5 c fur
Joi-J, 5 nus trunks, inU aks flour, 7 pkei futnuure.
K IVMter, thoe. t mule, t fart. Ah lloud, jpkjt
hco maieitalt, HallASon, Be hardware, 31 pkj;
powderi Hyman Hros 1 pkgt ioIkkvu. 10 kfcotton,
? e ahoes 3 c halt, ao t-alei hay: Mcl.e.an A Co, 7
kftdru(, Hop Mine A Co. 44T (ks crwetie.
rrom-n Franrco, per Sue, May 11 TSorenon,
45 pk ahip-buildinc mattrUti, hJilers A Co, j C dry
giiai, imici m ,v. jo 'bk KnnTrira, 41 um nxi-rrt.
-aji aVi flour, o ks totatoes 8 kks peas. 50c canned
IV'I in! IIDIII, V nltTt, D nv , yj V laiUITU
fniHlt, 6 Iiale duk, 1 bale twine, to he ffroceri,
Matfarlane A Co. foe whUkev, Kndemlj, It ltaVets.
I A l'almff, tA bt Mil.., ll.it llros ;
1, ; ix egir, 8t
but butter: rarihc HrUcc Co. iBSrkz. bru
Halt, PI llliUitH, icarriee, t wle; lr.in A Co,
rtikint rvttcr, tmcrtt tutati
U. i hon. 6 cicart. 1 c
machinery, I iron Hpe.
I Iron frame, imbiiwin: If .11
. NMi, as c a
. ait, it ll lrathr, 8o iVri hanl.are, 31
tt, O W M.tfailan A Co. t pV j lm,
, 501V. com meal, ;roftk tlour, iijti
tore dik. to k 00m meal, rrotk Hour, tt
t!.t ...1 l 1 1 11 1.
wm.., 43t.K. .. J l'H. ,v..v.i ,V 1
bone, j kg. RlaMware, 4 nig. luuh; J tlrtlif, 7 pVc.
druet ami Uttet, M Vlclnem), 44C.fmitt, robblt
(lour, ,0 tks carrott, 11$ At potatoes 175 tks gram, tg
btt fig., lljrman llros tt pig. tlry goMs topke. to
bactro. Sbrewnch A (,rav. tl. pkc croceties fruitt.
etc, Chinese firms Jwca pVg. md; Onlcr, alo pkgt
groceries t c. cigar., 11 pkgi furniture, ttkst frame.
arul nKHiKlmrr. tonkit. rhIw: CaMIe Cool
tewing macbine., 11 pkgi m,lte( ioj boiler tubes
nails t c hardware. 10 c. Ttcat . toot oil, 1 Ullt tnpe, gt
tk, tiailey, .opkg wheelwright ttock; II lronotkt,
1 1 0 hardware, 1 c corper, ft pig. tins 10 pUle. iron,
1 1 obit coal. H bbl plumlago. Co .kl llour. ICO botlrr
tube, 1 t-oni A Irey, 8 ca canned good, t pkg, dry
1; Cieghom A Co, 4 c canned good. Conn A Co,
es 9 DMt crockery, f 4 phgt dry sncxls 10
. S Maenin. 4 r. unr Eoodt. W bbl butler.
1.114 04,-001. ,
II J Nolle, 4 pkg. tobacco, t c tautage. May A Co, 33
pkgt lea, 70 pkgi grocerie., T O Thrum, a ct wooden
, 4 pkst mkana .taiionar), ic artiu a
Kotrton , Co
rtion & Co, 14 pkg. ink and ualionary; llackfe
1, 17s pkg. tobacco. Ixirejoy A Co, $h bbl. wh
ttc. whukev. a wine: lnehan A Co. ta ok
key, tsci whitkey
.team wincbet, 1
. 1 . ..'
xnrato, in canrteii goo,is tno
Dig. groceries MtChctnet A
Shi, 30 bta eggt, Dil
liu.ham A Co, pkg. hardware
Kt C K Illinois hence for San Francisco, May tr
at,04) pkgt tugar, .,730,353 &, ,a8t pkgt rice, aaS,
50.1 ttt tq pkg. cvtTee, 6,900 lbs Vajue, S184, .30.39.
F. City ct Y. ew ork hence for San Pranciico, Mat
0 0,567 pkg. tugar, 899,001 Hm, 307 bale, wool, 7B.849
". 1,3.7 Dncnt utnanai, 13 ox. pelel leatei. tali
SATURDAY, MAY to. tMj.
The Ko)al HamiUn Agricultural Socicl)
tlrcnn encouragement. If its cml bettor
thily putsueO, it ought tobcprcxluctitcof more
than a little permanent good to the commu
nity. We ought all to be able to unite on the
common ground of trying to raise better ami
larger crop, to produce more and finer fruit,
to grow more beautiful and more varied flow
ers, to breed faster or more useful horses and
better blooded or more profitable cattle, sheep,
swine and poultry. Etery one, from the king
10 the tcry newest baby in the kingdom, is in
terested in the scry best agricultural tics clop
ment of these islands. Anything which helps
on this dcsclopment ought to be heartily wel
comed by all. Nothing is more stimulating to
improvement than the free comparison of
plants and animals and the methods and ma
chinery for their improvement. For the first
time since 1S6S, there will be an authorited
public opportunity on these island for making
tliis most desirable comparision on a large
scale. Tuesday, Wedncstlay and Thursday,
June nth, Ijthand 14th, the recently organ
ised society will hold M first annual agricultu
ral and horticultural show- in this city. A num
ber of money prires and a number of memento
and testimonial prires will be git en. The four
great farming industries of the islands cane.
rice, bananas and cattle for beef and milk will
undoubtedly be well represented. The exhib
its, in fthrr lino of production ought not to be
neglected. There are many fine horses on the
islands. Honolulu is well supplied with a class
of cab, carriage and dray horses which would
cut a fair figure in most places. In consider
ation of its geographical iosition, the kingdom
has much in the lite stock line to be proud of,
A glance at the list of cometitive exhibits
shows their variety. It b to be hoped that
there will be no lack of emulation.
A SCIIK.HK OF FOLLY.
It has been said that no ruler eter knew the
character of his subjects better than did the
great Napoleon, and no person was ever
adroit at he in handling their distinctive traits
so as to ov crcome Internecine discontent, and at
the same lime to preserve his own ascendency
in the public estimation. What distinguishes
the French people, is a disposition shared in
common, but to a less Client, by nearly all
people to have their attention distracted from
an object (n one direction, by anything savor
ing of a tmfJ'ftjJ in another. The great
French general sometimes found it necessary
to establish an actual foreign war to distract
the attention o( his people from Ihe contempla
tion of home troubles Kiccsses of this kind
are not always, necessary j but the principle In
volved may t ut Into practice in mote minor
concerns, ami will often be suggested to a
crafty mind that difficulties are Iwginning to
hedge in. We disclaim the most distant in
ference of aiMJCtating the name of our premier
with that of Napoleon. Nevertheless, we are
lUc in many of his actions to discus er the dis.
position of Mr. GiUon to take advantage of
this style 01 dealing, and by law cunning en
dot rot to illicit the attention of people from
the contemplation of general misrule by the
presentment of side issues and new schemes.
One of the worst jet ut forth it the proposi
tion, in the Advcrtict of the 14th instant, to
establish a new quarantine station. Certainly
a more absurd proposition was never heard,
and the author must have relied upon the be.
htf that Idiocy was a prevalent complaint In
thu communil), if he ever optxted it would
be seikwtly entertained by thaw to whom it
appear to have been addressed. Doubtless
the institution of such a scheme would nrccssj.
tate a very large uigioal outlay, which wwild
in due course pass through the hind, of the
premier, or such as he might designate as the
proir cusloJian of the required fundv Once
established, it would need several limes at
much attention, and a greater expense than
is necettsuy to the Institution already built and
in storking order. A gtcattr distance from
Honol.1. would mean a giratrt expense of
conduct in many ways. A freightUwt w-oulj
I have to U pt&vUcd fur ttc tnnspDtt of ptovii-
I utralui. tr Vitlral
ioni and clottnni; from Honolulu t .1 special
0(f,cc anj aKCnc. vf thclnmil of hcullh uvmM
be needed In it vicinity, ami a special and in
dejiemlenl Iwdy of properly officered xilice
established, In order to provide ngalml the
pmtible mutinies which might occur among
lite quarantined. To pttabtith such an affair
would cunt at least twice as much as to build
one at Kalrakaautana, am) one sulficient for all
ordinary needs Is already there. To pay the
expense of working, would amount tn double
the outlay which is called for by the present
institution. In fact, Ihe only thing that could
be effected b) such a change would lie the
thing least of alt to lie desired thai of Ik;
stowing upon Ihe president of the Imartl ol
health more mwer of patronage and allowing
him to handle larger sums of government
money As fat as an) protection from the
danger of infection or contngion Is concerned,
the community would be no K-ttcr off titan
Ihey are In day. Any pawn who knows an)
thing of the means b) which such diseases are
propagated, would feel no safer with the source
of Infection removed tn Manana, off Waima
nalo, than if it existed at Kahakaatilana. The
hrstoi) of the Invatlon of these diseases and
their proiMgaliim along aline of travel, agtinst
the strongest winds that blow, goes far towards
proving that their germs can lie conveyed but
a very shot I ilitlance by the medium of the air.
I'onlact of some kind, either with the sick
themselves, with their emanations, or with
thoc who have attended them, is necessity In
almost every cac for the spread of infection or
contagion. The danger Is not Ihit Ihe disease
may-lie blown ashore by the wind, but tint it
ml) lie carried there in Ihe clothes of those
who, after mingling with Ihe sick, arc allowed
to mingle with the healthy ( and this would be
mure difficult to guard ngaintt in the case of
the crew of a freightlioal to Mnnana than
with the driver of a wagon to Knhakaautana.
If the cabinet were thinking of some new site
for the segregation of lepers than that which is
now menacing Honolulu, their real would lie
vastly more acceptable to sensible people.
orroKTt'siTiK. or uhk.it wealth
Last Month) 's dcliate, of which a ncccs
sirily uns-itlsfactory s)nopis is given in an
other column, was a hoeful indication of this
community's capacity for intelligent and dis
pauionite discussion of great public questions.
There arc few questions about which all the
nations are so much thinking to-day as that
very subject of great fortunes. "Are com
munities lienefilcil more than they are injured
by the accumulation of great wealth in the
hands of individuals?" The question assumes
that such accumulation docs society an injury.
The most natural and proksbly the most effect
ive answer to this is that great wealth in the
hands of wise and generous men is the greatest
modem engine of progress. Hut they must lie
ieth wise and generous. Wealth, great or
little, in the hands of the foolish or the down
right lad is nearly alwap harmful. It is not
enough that wealth shall be distributed. There
arc those who seem to think that the mere
spending of money in a community or a nation
is productive of the very highest benefit. One
hears men say, almost daily, that this or the
other man, this or the other industry, this or
the other set of visitors, is going " to leave a
tot of money " in the plice, or put a lot of
money "in circulation." Cither of these
things may be good or ill for a eopIc or a
place. Ilecause each docs good, as a rule,
ought not lo make us blind to the evil that is
often done by the. example of rapid wealth-
winning and the example of lavish wealth-
pending. Kccent English history is full of
examples of two classes of results following the
accumulation or the inheritance of vast individ
ual wealth. The northernmost county of Scot
land is at present owned, almost in entirety,
by one Scottish peer. It has practically lc
come an extensiv e sheep run. Fifty ) cars ago
it supported a population many times greater
than its present inhabitants. It was more pro
fitable to run sheep over that vast estate than
lo rent il in little homes on which a hardy
population might win at best a precarious live
lihood. One Scotch peer, in whose hands
was immense wealth and the power it gives,
thought it better to exercise his power for sel
fish pecuniary ends than be content with a
small profit and thereby help to improve the
temporal well-being of hundreds of families.
Off the .southwestern coast ol England area
number of small almost barren islands. t cen
tury ago they were the resort of smugglers and
men lawless in many directions. The women
and children who lived there were very gener
ally ignorant, vicious and so degraded that
their coast-line neighbors had " given them up
as a bad job." These islands were the pro
perty of an English peer who received no rent
liom them. They were visited about twenty
)ears ago by a wealthy and philanthropic Eng
lishman who thought he saw a way to make
these islands profitable to their owner and their
residents. I Ie purchased a long lease, visited
them and had a thorough understanding with
their more or less lawless occupants He
started a number of fisheries, built substantial
and comfortable dwellings, inaugurated un
tcm of garden cultivation, evicted tenants who
would not work, and encouraged those who
would by obtaining a fair wage for iheir labor
and a fair profit on their fishery product. He
gave thein schools and compelled attendance.
He built ctue!s and encouraged worship. He
regulated the liquor traffic and Instituted legal
justice. Without the absolute power of wealth
he could have done scry little. Unfortunately,
few public men of any country have at once Ihe
administrative grasp, the long purse and the
generous heart of the philanthropist just
quoted. His name Is unlikely to live long in
history. His work has been quietly done, and
on a scale too small lo attract the notice It tie
serves, llesidcs hit name was against him.
He was only one of the Smiths In America,
at about the same time, another of the same
hastily-named family, Garritt Smith, the New
York Abolitionist, was attempting just as phil
anthropic a scheme in his vast estate in north
era New Y01V. He tried to found there an
ideal community. Frecdmcn from the south,
or whites from the noith, foreign immigrants
Irom many lands were being settled in good
homes and having preached to them the gen
erous doctrine of mutual helpfulness. Hut
Garritt Smith made the mistake of doing him
self too much of the helping. If a road was to
be built, his money did moat of il. If a school
house or a'church was needed, his purse made
up any deficiency in Ihe building fund. With
Ihe very best of motives, he yet did positive
harm in helping people too much, in sapping
tneir tell-iciunce, In encouraging them lo itn
e on good nature. And the scheme fell
through, leaving its founder with a shattered
fortune. Soil is not enough that great wealth
shall be dedicated to good. It must be intclli
Our esteemed and valued San Franciscan
contetnpotajy, the Merchant, has changed its
form from a four ttt; folio to a sixteen page
octavo. Hut the old wine Is in the new bottle,
and the abilities of its editors, Messrs. Hell
and Kelly, aie just as prooounccj at before,
and at keenly Interested In the commercial
w clfue of these islands.
Two of lh llvrals 1'aik murderers, .'alrick
DeUcry and Thomas CaUrry. have confessed.
and will be lunged. Curly hat alto been
sentenced lo death. In Timothy Ktlly't case
the jury u utuUc to agree.
Tin: osr.'Mtx vonr.n.
There was never a better illustration of what
the "one man power" means In Ihis kingdom
thin Ihe following fiom an article in Ihe April
Harpers, written by George Ticknor Curtis,
and entitled The Treaty of I'cace and Inde
iemlence. In describing George III, Mr.
Cuitit uses Ihe following language s " In the
character of Ihis prince there was a very un
usual comtiount! of conscientiousness and cun
ning 1 firmness of will and narrowness of mind,
Ignorance of history and knowledge of living
men, a defective education, a Urge cerl
ence, a love of his country and an incapacity
to understand her true welfare. Yet, with all
his deficiencies, while he actually governed he
was a great tiower In Ihe state. This
Is not Ihe place In explain nil Ihe means by
which he made his twn will such n force In the
government X but one of them eonsltletl In the
large number of placemen In Ihe house of
vimiimiiis known as ' Ihe king's filendt '- men
who hid only it nominal connection
with nn) patty but whose votes defeated any
thing that the king wlthcd.tii defeat, and which
sometimes carried an) thing that he wished to
have carried," There Is much in the cMracl
quoted that applies with singular force lo the
existing administration. Thete arc few men
destitute of good qualities. It is not claimed
that the present king or his prime minister arc
without good qualities. Jvor was George III,
of England, or I.oril North. Hut the wrong-
headed, wrong-hcaited obstinacy of those two
men wrought incalculable injur) to England
and the existing policj f 'he two men chlclly
respot.slble for Hawaiian inigovcrnmcnt Is
wotking harm to this nation, quite ns momen
tous. Tiitxas ir.sji: .i.vj otiikiiwi.sk.
Here He Mrs Negut
And Cactu McCrackrm,
They swallowed some ttuth,
So we mournfully lack 'em.
McCraclem was fat,
Itut the widow was lissome.
He wilted, the witheiedi
And that's why we miss 'em.
The official letter of Minister Danget lo the
Secretary of State at Washington, in answer to
the charges of Congressman Hclmont, that
Chinese sugars had been imported into the
islands and rc-shipped to United States potts
as Hawaiian, has lately appeared in full in the
columns of the San Francisco Merchant, llullc
tin and other papars. It is ably written, and
well calculated to establish bc)oml a doubt the
absurdity of Belmont's charges. The letter
shows, that it would Ik: reasonably im-iossiblc
to import and re-ship sugars of this kind from
the islands without detection; that the evasion
of duties would not pay for the extra expense
of handling that would be necessary in order
to change the appearance of the sugar so
that United States Customs official would be
sufficiently decieved thcrcb). With such as
would fail to lie convinced by the statement of
the question as put by Mr. Daggct, there is no
way to reason. An especially stricking point
that has been made is, that the total yearly
production of sugar here is considerably in
excess of the amount exported.
After lawn tennis, archery is the best out
door sport in which ladies and gentlemen,
)Oting men and maidens, bo)s and girls' mutu
ally ma) engage. When pla)ed with skill,
supplemented by vim and dash, it calls into
exercise many and dissimilar sets of muscles.
It is a gentlemanly, a lady-like, a graceful and
a gracious game. Moreover, it is admirably
suited to this climate. Just ihe right amount
of physical exercise may be had in tennis, to
alternate with the mental exercise of clerical
imp!o)ment, or the taxing tedium of household
and society duties. One of the prettiest sights
in Honolulu is that queen of tennis lawns that
fronts the charming residence of Dr. Robert
McKibbin on Hcrctania street, when covered
by the play of a double tennis set, with enough
on lookers to give the scene variety. All the
world may not play at tennis, "For some
must work that others may wear, and many
must delve that a few may dance." Yet this
would be a weary world without its play hours;
and dismally unpicturcsquc without its in
equalities. Let us, then, thank the fates for
)outh and health and liounding pulses, for Ihe
play hours of opportunity and the tingling life
blood to make us value them.
"The old man of the sea," represented by
a Chinese perched on the lack of a native Ha
waiian, makes a suggestive cartoon in a recent
Wasp. Judged by Califomian standards, the
Chinese immigrant is an unmixed evil. Hut
wc think the planters, merchants and intelli
gent residents of these islands generally have
arrived at the wise conclusion that Chinese
labor, in numbers proportionate to reasonable
demands is a necessity, A strong and logical sen
timent among the planters demands it. This sen
timent may not properly be disregarded, A
great deal of money is interested in imperfectly
developed plantations. Cheap labor is a ne
cessity. Government and philanthropic senti
ment have no right to disregard this necessity.
Hut a wise governmental policy will endeavor
to secure cheap labor which is unlikely to
create an inharmonious element. Male Chi
ncse here are very unlikely to prove much bet
ter than tfic male Chinese in California, unless
they can have wives and families to keep them
decent and give them a proper interest in the
kingdom at a home. If ail the Chinese who
come here might be known lo our consul in
Hongkong, and if most of them might bring
their wives and children, the danger of the
" old nun of the tea " would be far less than
it now is.
VOl.VH HAWAII'S iM.VK.
Editor Saturday VitaSir- In dis
cussing the linuor question, the ground is
always taken that to deny tu Huwaiians Ihe
questionable privilege of drinking, is to deny
to them equal rights with other nationalities
here resident as though this deprivation
were imposed on them by an outside power,
without iheir concurrence. This view hat
alwa)tapcaicd tame lobe an entirely false
one. Have not the laws always been, and
most emphatically of late )cin, passed by
native Hawaiians? It not the true view of the
case the one that rcgdt the old law at one
passed by a nation in Intelligent self-protect'
ion? They who passed the law recognized the
evil of liquor-drinking. While they did not
undertake to deny to foreigners any right they
might choose lo eierdse In that line, for them
selves and their constituents they sought to
exercise a wise tclf-dcnlal. Although a man
were to say to hit ncit-hbor. "If vou choose to
nuke a beast of yourself, arul run the risk of
ruining yourten ni sour wnole family l,y
drinking, gu on. I can t ttop )ou. but I'll not
do it myself, nor let any of my children do Il
What, then, it all this grating and grindingjof
ruiiics complaining of their Uinc "denied
equal iigmt wiin lureigncrt r While the old
law continued in force, was it not a monument
lo their wisdom, even if it was Ihe wisdom of
being guided by Ihe bettir class of whiles?
Thy have now cast aside their former lime
wisdom) lhey have removed their sctf-icsiraint;
tiles' have accorded themselves the l-milrgc o(
sclf-dealructlon "like all other nations." Let
thcTH glory in iheti tight while they marl let
them proudly vaunt of having promoted them,
selves from a ten thousand dollar silualioo to
a live-cent one. When it is too late, alas, lhey
may open ihcii eyes to the Hue view of the
Kohala, May 9, 1SS1.
United States M miner to Germany, A. A.
Sargent of California, hat been havuig cutv
tidcrablc trouble over supposed advice given
by bin lo hi rovenutvettt, counstlUiJg retalia
tion against Gwman exclusion of American
-Otk lr) like txdujja (i Gc-.Mf gswds.
We give below some more correspondence
between the agents and captain of the quaran
tined Madras and the Honolulu Hoard ol
Kmrn. (lArxttf Sirt In order to remove lh.
nncertalnty which appear. 10 aiLl, regarding ihe mot.
ment. of tn. Madras I tg lohand yttl a ropy of the
letter under who, letmt Captain llradley l.iitteil be
wa authorited to enter nt, and UkI enter pott
Uptm receipt of. letter front M. agents etplaining
that thebuard of health did not Intend Iheir letter lo
I. regarded at lb. specific authority for entering .t.
Captain llradley Immediately returned to hit anchor
acr, and addrrtied hi. agent., at er encbMed ropy
lnon ditrorriinf the further outbreak of diieate. Can
lam llradley immediately repurtcl to Ihe board of
health, anil on the 1 tin In.tant, receive,! a teconil teller,
of which copy I. fncloed. there it little doubt but
that definite action taken fire weeks ago would bare
curtailed the mitfottune. andetprnet .inc. incurred;
i.ut I that at il mav. C'atitain Itradlev agreed lo all the
conditioni proposed in lh. letter from Ihe luan! of
tlnon lrrutAt. liowcver. of the term, of the bond tent
him for eiectition, he felt (and was M legally a.ltied)
that he dared not sign a document of sue
ronditirwM. Mie aeenta were therefore tn,
addrcs. th. U.nt in the trim, of the letter, dated May
14th, of which I Inclo aropv
I believe thai Ihe board of health have been most
autious lo protect out shores from dilate, and thai any
ap.rent injutlice loth, .learner Madras hat aiiten In
the first invlance from such antlety, Itut 1 greatly
regret thai in put.uing this objeel, il hat not lecn
found mille lo evlend some greater manifestation of
avmpalhy 10 the unfortunate lufletet. who have len M)
pcrmtently ordered away from our shore, lo seek elve
where the help denied them here.
I am, sir, vour old!ent .errant,
turn. II llvvixs.
Orricr ItnAXti tip IIkaltm, )
.May 7, 1883. (
Mtuii. Turn. II Dtvirs A Cn . Ac.rNT S S.
Mailas CftttMtm : Mv order of Ihe loard of
health, the Madras will I. permitted 1 tnttf lnrt. And
land her Chinrve patvengeit in quarantine under the
The vetiel to pa) all rapenies incurred for quaran
tine surveillance, aince ah. came to anchor in the road
.lead, ami .liine lb. .lav tn l.irf.
--.'.:-." - '..1.. . . , . .
1 he Chinese passengers will !c lamletl on the reel 01
Kahakaaulana, ami there placed in quarantine for at
least ten da)s; and the vessel In pay all eipente.of
ueuatKanon aiw 01 100,1, guard, ami tnetucai alien,
dance for .aid passengers lluiing the lctm ofquaralv
All freight ami baggage on board .Madras Intended
anded on the quarantine teef,
ami I laced on rJioro at lh. station until the 1-oartt ha.
provided for the thorough fumigation or cleansing of
The Imard of health will miuire that ihe agent, of
the Madra. shall enter Into, l-omi, to the amount of
Iwent) dollar, for each passenger placed In quarantine,
a. a secutlty for the indemnification of hi. maje.t)'.
government, for any charge, that may l-e Incurred, in
case that imatl-ov, or other Infectious disease, should
break out among .aid passengers during the period of
quarantine on shore.
Hie board will enable the vessel to obtain a supply of
coal prior lo her dcarture under suitable quarantine
I liave the honor to be, )our obedient .errant,
WALTRR M. (tlftsoN,
rtetident Hoard of Health.
STKamkr Madras, May 8, 1883
Mrssrs. T, II. Haviis A Co., HoNomu S7r
1 have yours of this morning to hand. In reply I l-eg
to say that I entered port on the terms of ) our commu
nication of yesterday, and was pretared thu morning
to give )ou due authority to act.
At about 8 A. St., Mr. Ha)seldcn came alongside and
began lo put questions lo me, which I declined to
answer vert-ally, but was prepared to receire all com
munication in .riling, feeling that verbala communica
tion was liable to be misrepresented or misunderstood.
1 came to the dock perKna!!y to see you, but, as I wa.
informed, )ou were engaged with the lioard of health.
1 am now going to my anchorage outiide. 1 am still
very weak, but the dysentery hat .topped upon me.
I ant, sir, our obedient servant,
W. V. Ukaulpy.
OrriCR op tiir Hoard op Health, 1
Honolulu, May ta, ts3i. f
Captain W. V Hnadlky. 5-, S. Madras Sir:
In view of the recent discovery of several cases of
smallpox on board of your vessel, Ihe board of health
recalling a former proposition in relation to the landing
of certain patient-era. now authorize me lor-ermit vou
to land your Honolulu passengers, to the number of
about nse nunurcu more or lea., ami to L-e laceu tn
quarantine on the previous agreement with and fulfil
ment of the following conditions:
i medical committee or three Wivsluans .nail exam
ine on board all the passenger, lor Honolulu, prior to
.ccinaie aucn 01 tneir nutnoer at
thev mav deem nroner.
1 tie nassenzerl are to lie sent ashore in the shiD a
The paisencer. will not be allowed to take anv baa?.
gage on shore with them It must be landed senar.
civ and placed in charce of the deoutv mirshal for
AH charge, incurred for quarantine guard of the
.Madras since she came lo anchor on Ihe sth April last.
in the roadstead of Honolulu; and also all fees for
medical and other charges incurred up to date must be
pniu up prior lo a new engagement under a bond.
The Madras in her present infected condition will not
b. allowed lo enter port.
No freight will be allowed to land from the Madras
No portion of the sleeping bunks or other material
used by Ihe passengers, will be allowed to be thrown
overboard. AH material of which it is desirable to
relieve the vessel, and which physicians pronounce as
liable to be a vehicle or infection, must be burnt on
To guarantee pavment 10 the government of his
majesty for all expenses incurred by Ihe above named
U.KIIK,I. wilt,., II, (JUJUailllllC, Ull HLTCIUIH V, ICTU,
medical attendance and guaid, a lond must be exe
cuted by responsible parties and well known lo govern
ment, for a sum not less than twenty thousand dollars
V our most obedient tenant,
(Signed,) Waltrr M. Oibsom,
President Hoard of Health.
P. S. After the landing of the passenger., Ihe
Madras will be enabled to obtain a supply of coal under
proper quarantine restrictions.
(Signed,) V. M. C.
lio-iOLUIl'. Mav 14. 188s
To His Ex. W, M. Oirsun, President op tub
Hoard op Health. Jir? We have the honor
inform vou. bv rc7)uctt of Captain Uradlev. of the
Hnttsh steamer Madras, that he was prepared to exe
cute the bond and agree to the conditions named In
your letter of May 7th. Also that he wat prepared to
go to far a. to comply with the further conditions laid
down in jour letter of May 10th, We are further
instructed to say that after perusing the bond and con
ditions attached, w hich you bare prepared for Captain
llradley. execution, and after submiting them to bit
Ial adviser, he regards the conditions to be ao little in
accordance witrulhe terms ol the letter which he under
stood lo cover the stipulations of the board of health
that he cannot consent to sign that bond.
Captain Uradlev further reuuests us 10 aav that he
fears thu demand for him to incur the expense of
permanent erection, on Ihe Quarantine ground, indt.
cate. Ihe hopelessness of the endeavor to negotiate
successfully for the relief of the ship or her unfortunate
company, and Captain llradley therefore declines to
cxccuic any uonu in tnc mailer
We exceedingly regret that our endeavors hare not
cauueu more succcaiully.
We hare the honor to be,
your excellency', obedient humble servants,
T11E0. II. Uaviis A Co.
LATE FOKKtaX NEWS.
The outlook for good crops in California is
Senator Anthony, of Rhode Island, who has
been ill, is better.
Two Russian nihilists were executed in St
Petersburg last month.
Henry McDanicI has been elected Governor
01 Cieorgta by the Democrats.
Madagascar Is preparing for an active war
iigaiim tuc ricticu aggression.
The Vienna bakers are on a strike, and
ttriKcs in otner trades are threatened.
Four unsuccessful attempt! were recently
made to fire the Frisbie House, Vallejo, Call-
The graders are pushinc the Orecon road
south and the California road north; and will
linitn this year.
San r rancisco it making a great preparations
or entertaining me rvnigntt lemplar t
arrive next July.
American rork hat been refused Imnorta
tion into Greece. Fortunately, lit importation
tutu taru may not oc preventcu.
tne great lirooKiyn-rncw York bridge wat
formerly opened on the 2 1st of last month.
liarnum s "Jumbo walked over it.
An agreement between Germany, Austria
ana tiaiv nas uecn cntcretl into; to last sis
years and guarantee Ihe integrity of all three.
On the 20th of last month, a wall of the
uranu Army Hotel, Sacramento, lell during a
fire ami crushed teven men fatally ami
General Crook hat followed the hostile
Anrona Attaches into Mexico, and hones.
with Mexican aid, to surround and capture or
ruqi 111cm tnere.
Tl. 11.. !!.. - , .,
. iiiciciiuivuun icmiuc, wncte trie nKu-
riout senior Kalloch used to Intuit decency by
111. lut-sencc, nas iiccn Cloven lor lack, 01 turn
cient subscriptions to its maintenance.
There have been terrible tornados in ihe
United Males. liottions of Kansas, Iowa,
Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Utah,
i.utaian aim aussissippi nave tuncicil.
It it urged by New York ami Philadelphia
paiicit that the United Stales needs a new
treaty with Spain, as thai country imposts
ciccwrc uuxges upon American commerce.
Tne San rrandscu Chronicle ursi "The
United Sutes steamer Hartford, I (ic flagship
of the Southern Pacific fleet, early In June
next win lanu ai itonoiuiu tne corps ol astro
raumlcal expertt who were detailed to bUcrre
the Awtl transit of Venus ami who selected
the Caroline UUnds, a group of IxUndt in the
auutu 1 afinc, u inc mow uvocauc sublunary
station from which such transit might be
viewed. From Honolulu those students of all
the solemn wonders of the heaveclv abyss will
com first 10 San Francisco and will there tell
the Academy of Sciences all they know that is
uew, .miniing nui iney Know aafijusfj qui
tWsisj ago known lo the vcaaiemy,"
llslf ounce tellers miy now 1 sent within
any part of the United States for two cents
tl is believed that the Immediate effect of this
will lie to tlecteate Ihe postal revenue) built
Is also belies etl Ihit soon after Ihe new act
goes Into effect, next Octolier, the circular!
now sent and never opened In one cenl
cnvelocs will lie sealetl ami sent in two
cent enveloics and thereby the revenue will
It Is stated llisl Ihe Connecticut compsny
which supplied greit quantities of arms and
ammunition to Tutkey during Ihe llusso
Tuiklsh war has received an order from China
for a large number of rifles, ami other orders
ol Hie same kind are to come. It it Intimited
tint China Is preparing for a vigorous contest
with France over Ihe province of Tonqiiin,
and that foreign officers and arms will lie
The maniecr of Mrs. I.ancttv's Ir.1n1.1tlc
season In ihe United States sat s her twent)-four-wicks'
engagement has thus far netted
$iio,f-j 58. She n'a)etl for four weeks In
this city, the receipts for the first week
amounting to $18,805 30; the second week,
$15,567.88; the third week, $ia,5jl,'iinil the
fouitli week, $I4,9JS. The first week In
Huston lhey were $10,11)8.90, and the second,
$1 1,20;. The week's receipts in l'hiladclplill
were $15,100, nnd two weeks In Chicago,
1 he third annual meeting of Ihe Woman's
Silk Culture Associition of the United States
was held last month In Philadelphia. The
report of the treasurer show etl Ihe rccclpls to
have been $.(,3,0,305 and expenses $100,774,
The association has $1,000 on deposit, .Stalls
lies show that the world's annual production
of raw material amounts In value to $400,000,.
000, of which Chlni and Japan produce over
one-third. This country finjiorts $30,000,000
ami mimilaclmcs $00,000,000 worth of silk,
which gives emplu)incnt lo 32,000 people,
rhilailcliihia has seventy-four silk-manufactur
ing establishments, cmp1o)ing over 6,000
hands, Die value of Iheir production! last
scar amounted lo nearly $7,000,000. Sixty-
seven K)undx of reeled silk were made the past
)car by the association nnd disposed of at a
prom ol 100 per cent, 1 lie society Is to send
exhibits to the State Fair at Imisvillc, in
August, and Cincinnati tn September.
ENRY MAY & CO.
HAVi; JUST RKCE1VKI)
LINE OF CHOICE FRESH GOODS.
TUT Vr IN CAM, KltCS TIN. KTC:
Tin Salt Mactercl.
Kit! Salmon HcIIici,
Kits Salt Mackerel.
Cases Cud Fish.
Hm Ilonelc Cod FWi, Tin Chipped IJeef,
Mum PI lidding,
i and 9 lb tint;
Illue Point 0tert,
Clami and Lobsters,
Pork and Beans,
Parker House Soups
Whituker's Star Hams
Keg Family Pork,
Young America Cheese,
Chocolate tie Saute,
Oxford and Cambridge
Spiced and Curried O) iters
Hume'i No. i Salmon,
Fiih and Clam Chowder,
Koast Mm ton,
Cod huh IlalN,
Kegs Family Beef,
Svuann Llmhurgcr Cheese
Fry's Chocolate Stick's in 7 tt tins.
Moore's Cocoa and Milk,
Coffee and Millc
FOR SALE HV
HENRY KAY A CO.,
Fort street, between Merchant and Hotel, Honolulu.
jpHICAGO, BURLINGTON ft QU1NCY
T. D. McKAY PASSENCER AGENT,
No. 32 Moutmommrj !trt,
Tourist! and Eastern-bound PaJMngtrt
WH1 nnd It to their advantage to make themselves
known to tne unocrsigneti. so as to secure benefits not
generally conceued to panic applying in tht city.
I. I. WILLIAMS.
Corttsponding Agent for the Hawaiian IslinJi.
TAMOILIILl P01 FACTORY,
A. K. KUNUIAKEA. Iroprieior.
BEST PA1 Al put up to order to any stlc desired;
H-U.SVH, ui in imikm. vrTurn iiiroygn in pouomce
will have prompt attention, (whether tor city or other
.... r.f !. I.,....!. '-.
pACIFIC RUBBER PAINT,
-MIXED READY FOR USE;
ANY u. CAN AfrlV IT.
Ua thtv Ptxollo Ktt.ktsr Palat,
MXNi'pacTvaxo oxiv sv
WHITTIER, rULLEK CO.,
And fur aale bv lh Importing house, of Honolulu.
1 ui up mi s, 1, as at. N gaiajn cans
and i-fcand as tins
ll will not (tail, H't or trwl ll Is mad. U lb
Uu and purea uulrrul. . IWr Whit. Lead. Uawle
of Zinc, puie Unseed CM and genuine color, cuanUnest
un a airoaf Mux! ex im bet indu KubUr,
Pintr WUtt Ltvti.
VA rUAMIriM ikl. IA.1 In Id L-I. m ... ..'.
port Carbooal. of Uad, ground in pure tinned UatteJ
0,1, and il ll aoU aebs to tb.iukal aulysU and lb
PIONEER Willi E LKAD I. xwnuiMtui.J la Sat.
rranclMXa, arrive. h.it treWi, and can be oUaiiMsl
prvtuptlv and In quatilvM as wanted. Its tr.UijiM U
cunuraKA, la Ikat Ik. 1 la nhidt ll ia ground 1 not
soaked Inla lb. wooj of lb. Dalkales and SMtsueuly
tb. fwraatbu4l U "skliM i. arofcSad.
Tna I'lONi-.tK WHITE Lk.AU Ur ,, U
riMr ground thaa any other la ttu. nwket, baa aprvor
" body- oc covrU.g pnijrtis and U wtiboul sa tsiwaL
ll ia sail vp In as ft, so-tV, evk and so-ek kea-s; la
aMj a aJ t sv Ua pais la aasail lioa srsta Vto
A full aopply la eocutaailir laps La ausk by lh
.buvaaak house, la HONOLULU, la vrtvon, .. (ViU
aUy recoauawiAd icvUaduig (aurJuMTk
uicAeTi.no oiv av
wivottiibb. ruixism OOu
CwrodanU Wbk. 14 aaj MatwAitutan 4 WltaJ
faluu. Cuius VarnaaM, and K Wake,
Aad Isxpuesart of Fnusk saj lUlgiua WWiow Cbua,
SAN FRANCISCX), U. S. A.
THR STrtCR OP THR
LEAD! NO MILLINERY HOUSE
XtUST PR Slllll WITHIN THR NRXT 30 DAVS,
To male room for the Immense new .lock lo anlre with
Mr. Chat. J, rish.1 on Ihe mail alramrr
due un Ihe Ijth Instant.
IIF.IOW COST I
IIM.Ow COST I
AT COST I
A I COST!
. .btlOW COS!
. brlow cost.
Fmbrold.lles, F.dglngs and lns.tti.ins at cost
Silk, and Satin. al cost
Kibbuns all width, and .hades al tnsl
Muttons all kind! and style. a I cost
Fancy fringe. at cost
Cretonnes at cost
..reduced lo 75c, former j.lce $1.50
Sweeping Kediiction. tn
OF.NTS', LAIIIEb- and CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Immense Reductions In
MENS, YOUTH'S and fiOYS'CI.OTHINO, HATS,
CAPS and UNDERWEAR.
Fancy Shirt. ,, .,
Soft and SlifTrelt Hat...
Helmet and Cotk Hals,..
, reduced to cost.
,,. reduced lo cost.
..reduced to cost.
..reduced to cost.
. .reduced to cost.
Great reduction in other article too numerous to mention
THIS IS A GENUINE CLEARANCE SALK
CAlL IAKI.V, AND WITHOUT PAtL,
At Th Ladinc MUllitarjr Honti
CHARLES J. FI8HEL,
Corn an op Hotkl and Fort Strkkts, Honolulu
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
STEAM VLANIXG MILLS,
Kwpia nude, Honolmtu,
Manufacture all kinds of
and all .kinds of wood-work finish.
TmrmUaK, oroU, aad Wad sawias.
AH kinds of Planing and Sawing, Mortising, and Ten
ORDLKS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND
Orders from the other Islands aolicited.
E HAVE CONSTANTLY
OH HAND IAICI QVANTITISS Or
Hay mid. O-mias
Of all kinds, uhlch w. offer lo puabasert al
THE LOWEST SfAJUUT StAXSS.
Our atock la rctvewed by tach arrlralfromth. cuasO.
IT. tar. frprrd la OH mi a rat In k i ant.
AT ANY TIM.
GENERAL AGENTS TOR
Thl Juijtt Mutual lift Insurant Ct. of Ct.,
7'Ai Stall Jmvilmtnt Inturuui Co., of Col.,
TAt Jfmxr Tiltfkeut, tht limfUif, bit and
tkiafttt new in uu.
NOTICIC-Harln. Uen appulnll Guardian of M.
Mabuka. atunor. im of lb. Lata U. Siabuk.. d..
saZed, and attorney In fact lor Lukla (w), srwsow of
said M. SJabuka. dactaMd, all tmia. are nerelry re
uueutoj 10 aatlba all aaatur fertainLns; to lb. asxat. of
M. MaSuu, dece.a41, vvltll lit. und.iu.lbad, and Sbey
art nerauy notiBMa nut atr. oaaaua n. awsal naa no au.
lhoruv wkal.vw La tba anattw. A. Itfl'fji.
GuarduB of M. Mabuka, taioor, and attorney lia lA
tor siussa v"X wtuow 01 tn tat. aa. atannxa, 4a.
HoouJulu, May I), ill). I.t-jm
NOTICE TO CKF.DITORS.-Tb. itnd.rJ.TMsl
ravlb.;, lb. ink slay of May current. Uu ap
tuMnJAdauniuralortillb. Euat. of JULlOb WAN.
siENIIKltl.ilKMMd.lfrc. sir. Ic. that all Leiuuiu
dbld lo aaid lal. are tvjvuitf ail to anak. 1 m it,., Iutu
rMrsftl lo htaa. and all craslllor. ol aakl aual. are ta.
tiiuued to tear. tb.u sriuKa claiml al Ik. orfce. U lU
aalmifud or akk W, A. Klaair, No. if Kautkii.
ananu utl. wubln m. axitu, im ibey UI b. forever
.wren. 11. a , laiwtut.. Aurirtaa soaawsl.
Ilonolsius May it, iHs, ta.-.w
NOTICE OF MOkTOAOElrS INTENTION
So Fi t.rliv. aad id baia.!. acxxMilanc svlih .
Posvcr ua aaka sonlaine,! U a rertaiai aaortf I4S aaaMX. by
Wakuvuxsaikai al ttaawl KaxtvaMrrU so Un. If.
Hia.w, daaeJ 8.a ea.be. 4. ttn, recurslasi in Liber
(a. bagn la atai tos al saXfvaxfSi Madry ta.an. tw
ifBaxeall now IwU (y ton In A. Tkunua. uotic U
Mreiry circa tikaa aaid aailriaa. ImmkI. so Lj.kL ulj
anoisraf. fur rvtytilnti krakttx, sad Ufua itvisl for.
dowar. uwllal sblac tUKSka. aa tk. Hktatooan K.
r. exoiaaa, ta asuasMM. oa uiuKiiAr, May is
tMsat lanrlnrkaa rsfMii.li1aT ik. s.m!, -i 1-kJ
U toU Mil iuikal land atsaaia a taLaJatasTostlM,
anenwa aa axoysvi ratcat a. a 4ss ta .., am-
taitdaa aa arat af jaa ainaa, aaal easaksstavf uf bar
UV) ralrkat aaal Masaa aaal Las, taaaaas srsta Use
rwiMatvas Ikatwa. fanaat tainlnlaw cats la had af
taa aaiteraaaaa 11 ai an saaaa.
President Majmtt Tin Kind
IIUMalwly. . .Preside.
Hon If. A, Wldemann. ., Tc IVftWtM,
Hon, A. S Ufftham, lilt Honor ( hlef Imtlc
Jn.ld, Hl llMtar. AwncUte Jnllc McCully. lit.
U. McKlbMn, Hr O rrouswau, Mr. A. W. Bush.
Mr. A. Jwbm Titaiuffr,
Mr J S. Webb Secretary,
First Annual Agricultural and HoiliCuilural Show
Will, by rmllon of Hit F.uellency lh Minister
of the Inlrrlor, l-e heM on Ihe mUlmed
groun-1, mAiiia iiaiekauwiiaireei,
TuMtUjr, WrtliiexHltajr nnd ThurtHls.f,
Jl'Nf 1th, tth ami nth
Thrmiitr. the liberality nf thelatgUlature,ll.e Boaidof
M(mReinftit art tn a pmiikin to jput fiwwartlthe follow
Ing ctlemlve lit rf i-rues tbeywillolTer tn W competM
for al thU show Ih money valuee of the different
prize ami th? fim In whkh they will l-e given will I
announceil at a later date In the rae of all Ihe more
tmpmtanl claes the trlre will be glen In ludi a fstm
at to le worthy of ptewsatkm at mementoet 4 the
SClH.llUI.1: OF PHIZES
DMtU t -AW Cattf
t Best irnnntted Bull, Dmbam
t, Heumd W Imnotleil Bull, Durham
3. Best I mt sorted Bull, Hi-refofi!
4 Secornl 1I Imtmrte-I Hull, Hereford.
3 Best Imported Hull, Angus.
IV Bett lmrte1 Bull, Jcrtey.
7, Best ImiNMtei Bull trf any other Weed.
8. BeM native Hull of any breed.
a Hxi Ifurhsm Cow. full blood or trade, native tn.
tu. Best Hereford Cow.full blomlor gra-le,natj Nrn.
Best Angus Cow.fuM utni or grade, native irn
HeM jerey Cow, full blood or grade, native born.
I j. Beit imported t,ow ol any Uttil,
t.. Best native Cowbf any Ueeib
15. Het -okeof Wotking 0en, native 1mto.
16. BeM Fat 0, over 4 )ear old, native born,
it, BeM Fat bteer, under 4 yean old, native born.
tl. Seomd lM f-AtSteer,under41rrold,naiivboan,
19. BeM Milch Cow, Imported or native.
txj. ISecotid 1eM Mttch Low, Im pot ted or native.
t. HeM impoiteil Stallion (or carriage use.
1. Second bM Imrted Stallion for carriage use
3. Best Imported Stallion fur draft use.
4, Second beM Impotted Stallion fur draft ue.
3. Best ImiMirted bttllkn for saddle use,
6. Sectmd IwM iintaortesl StalliiH Ut iadille ue.
J, BeM native Stallion, over 4 )ears old.
. Best native Stallion, under 4 years old
0. tt Imitorted Mare for carrlast use.
ta Best iihiKirted Mare for saddle um.
It. Best Imported Mare fur draft use,
is. Ilet Mare and I-oat. native.
13. hecoml best Mare and Foal, native
14. Best Gelding, native.
15. Svcoik1 best (lelding, native.
16. Best I-illy, native.
17. Second best t illy, native.
ill. Best native Mule.
19 Second tfM naliue Mule.
kj. BeM Pair of Horses, native,
ji. Best Pair of Draft Horses, native.
t. Best imported Ram, for wont.
. Second tiesl Imported Kam, for wool,
3. HeM mpoited kam, for mutton.
4 Second Wst imported Kam, for mutton.
3. Best two Imported hwes.
6. Second best two Imported Rwea.
7. Best native Kam.
8. Second lst native Kam.
9 Best two native Kwea.
to. Ilest three Meeces, native.
Best imiaorted Boar.
Second best Imported Hoar.
3. Best imported Sow.
4. Second 1-est Impotted Sow,
1. iveM unlive how.
6. Second best native Sow,
S. Best litter of Pigs, under 10 months old, native,
. Best Fat Pig, native.
9. Second best Fat Pig, native.
AW, 11 native is meant an animal born in thn
kingdom. Irrespective of pedigree,
t. Best White Leghorn Rooster and two hens.
7. Best Brown leghorn KooMer and two hens.
3. lieu Black Spanish Rooster and two hens.
4. Best Domlnlck KooMer and two hens.
3. Ilest Game rol Rooster and two hen.
6. Best three DomeMlc Geese.
9. Best nair native Reese.
8. IteM pair of Geese of any other breed.
9. Best three Muscovy Duel
10, Best three Aylesbury Ducks.
11. Best three Canton Due
Best three Turkevs.
13. Best three varieties of Pigeons.
A show of thoroughlrfed dogs will be organlitd. and
priies will be awarded for deserving cihib.it.
Dtvttitn 1-D,iry Vtisiu.i.
1, Beit Firkin of Butter, to HH or more.
1. Second best Firkin of Butter, 10 tt or more.
y. Best pound of Butter, tht e&hiMtort being hoiue
keepers making their own butler.
4. Second best, etc.
Dh-iiiom 8 Fith
1. Finest specimen Imi-orteJ Fresh Water Fish.
i. Second best specimen Imported Fresh Water FWi.
Dh-ithn QDemtttle Mmfctrtt
t. HeM variety of Mats.
1. Best exhibit of Men's Hats.
3. Best exhibit of Women's Hats.
4. Best Kapa.
3. HeM cahibit Calabashes made from Hawaiian woods.
6. Best eahiblt of Bowls, of wood and of cocoanut.
7. Best exhibit of Ornaments, Kukul, Shell, etc, etc.
9. Best exhibit of Artificial Mowers and Wreaths.
10. Best exhibit of Carving on Wood or Stone,
it. HeM home made Saddle.
is. Best home-made Harness.
DMtfou iO-AcHlturt PrvJmctt,
Clati 1 Sugar Cane
1, Best bundle of Sugar Cane,
a. Second best bundle of Sugar Cane.
3 I-argeM collection different varieties of Sugar Cane.
4. Beat single stick of Sugar Cane,
Class a rorage Plants.
1. For the greateM variety of Forage Plant represent
ing fields of not lets than one acre.
a. For the introduction of any useful foreign plant
proved to succeed In any portion of the kin
itom (specimen plants to be exhibited at the
Class 3 Other Products.
1. Best Kalo.
a. Second best Kalo.
3, GreateM number of varieties of Kalo.
4. BeM eahibit of Rice in Lar, or Paddy.
c. Best sample of ColTee, 30 at.
6, Heat collection of native grown Fibrous rlants.
7. IteM lumpkint.
Best Sweet Potatoes.
9. l-u Irish Potatoes.
Ctaia 4 Products aa Manufactured for Kapott.
t BeM sample of Sugar.
a Second beM sample of Sugar.
j. Ilea sample of Rice.
4. Second best sample of Rice.
5. Best exhibit of Fibre from any native or IurdtK4
plant grown here.
6. BeM exhibit of any kind of dried or preeetved fntU
grown tn this country.
Class 1 Plants tn Flower,
l. Best coltecttoa of Roses.
. Best half dmen Rotes.
BeM Rose, single plant.
4, BeM collection of Geraniums.
3. Best half doicn Geraniums.
0. Best Geranium, single plant.
tHest collcctlutl of lrinka,
Bcu collection of Carnations.
9. Best collection of aiadlolcs. x
10. Best collection of Papsks.
it, BeM collection of Fuchsias.
I). 9t collection of Dahlias.
13. BeM collection of Begonias,
Class -Ucful and Ornamental Treat aad Pitt
i Growing )
a. Best half dusen Ferns.
3- Best tern, tvlngle pLsac.
4. Bett collection of colurtd leaf BeajoaUs.
3. BeM illection of Shmbs.
6. Best Opllecttoo of Crotons.
tSeond leu cxJUctioo of Crotons.
9. Best collection of Dracaenae.
to. Best collection of Palms.
11. Second IkeM cUlcoiort of Pal sua.
is. BeM cotlectioa of Forest Trees, ssvUabU lot lis
13. BeM collection native Trees.
14. Best general cullectlon Uplaals.
Class j Cat I lower.
1, Best buuuel of FWwsrv
t. Second beM Uxiuct of Flowsrt.
J. HeM dJteclUi of Ktjses.
4. lieu sinlkj Row.
i. IWH exMUt of dn
Ul of dried and ureMmvl ITosrars
6. lleM .xkibll of drved and
stni anujorescrvMi iiaata
HeM bsinck of Bananas is Baas Cucoanau.
a. Irrea collaci.
14. Ba Hrtad r raits
J. ILaat titaoas
4. IteM Iinai4les
s. Ileal Allujator I'.ars
4. Hot Maofoas
9. lint tsutbts
10. IWsl Almonds
11, IWu Ill's
is. Hnt I wanna,
l B.al Unu
if. Itni Uqtxat.
if. Brat OuRlaaoyara.
so, B.M IkalaA,
tl. Beat gmrtlia
aa. Beat Watarssalkaj.
I Beat Mnatf.Ha.
ia. IWu Uuavas
,t. Meat baatvs. aatU fruit
I. IWu Aaiata4(US
a. But Grwa Pus
a. 14. tt. . ,
j. Best Canus to. Brat tfrn Maau,
s. Hot Cablins . Bhi Ifavls.
a, Beu Cassliaunsr. as Bast Ceswv.
7. tWatCKuons 14. BeM aaxrt TflfMta
ItUes J1 U liven lor lb. Uvl taisrbstad
BMBUaad MasblaWy aiclally adau.4 la Ik.
Iwral Indsutn. tl lba.a l.l.b.t. uwl ... .s ,.
U t .(iicasstaasi kaaslaclt tut apartailon.'an. -
ri is mv inrssxsssBXs. 01 ssiust ia lata
TJ- tolloauxi ate la. Standlu
Shirty for lb. K.uotvsvut
Crsaiaaillatl af ato
m .rars-iioa. A. , r. JadJ. cb.iran. I Maa. J.
A. Cttasanlncs Msavt. S. MIllaaMt, wH. turn mi
" 'v' t"". Hos. W. H. Kk. Mtaaii I. M.
Ha Jlar.-Meurs 1. K. aWaani, f.
Oa Jmai.-llnuL Alius UU4 1- T
.jmI IU w aatt.- "- w .,
Ou VaAry.' Maxats tt K. tat. a. Cta,,,
aaalW.K.tML """'" ".' '
vm umirr Wav-Dr. WUtaasy, Masttvv aaaa
9M1i aad a. I. La.av.
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