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frmiaaia iwoltec aae. Seen remaikal-l .poet it-- n,.
,, ita. woet. tlkree twtnf tattle or n-aKing trnpmrt
w ..ty of vee thl rat rofet tta-, d-wdele.. f ' ,
wwrea to trae ctnae of IR rftHkrrer, and ihr n-.i'..,
o-.oAanSae fastoa, at the nwn-am.el of Ihe lr - i
uy if New YattV, nrt ttat Soot 11B aete-relav, h
id Mae of attest nknaod r" ""
M oaaoy naet TV Aral aroiool oiMMran of ine
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Kxl m Mmur t aMai tea., lawea.li niwfci
ii t aajoatoe of aWrora It Mens iVea to aVe? M
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aeKUtaaaarfcascksaerteyes ilinwIwiMt, wt
-. . itw lasty l.ieaoiiR, Mm cod YV H. rMawnd
e M hiiHM wttn M cBtyow OT etaettrttaT pt latea.
ft .( a iinaaloa of Baataiiiajiti.
MtMM ark. riil imMh aai.aeiBS ttvclary o
VkM( eeeeeat laaaarnoro a. a ewkaay of emieamBr
.m I eaaaTVa, Im mi hiM cat wtnYli win
i)n of ua I .naB. eecate, reaeaarhsaai laawt In
vt a,lo. Mr! Km, Hawaii, sad tab No
V ok,!, Tawoty nan hiatal tare jnet beywad Kapfct
ii, PaA will aaTiirtt pimMrfn(WIii rea,
'r-lmiWlnl lUlllll tOtO-COre UWMUM.
ArrlrfJ l Pott of II
K ikon Mm, , JMon, ojKlitoi
R HMMpft tfto, ClMfWti MB KMMkt
w niiimln wo. NtoxH, turn Mimli
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KitnaMl.lE4t. ltw 111
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1 ,n MoWt.Mos MclVtMcLinBi Kmi .
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M- !', wK tnm Rook
N moMira, An Mi, !', ftoo Nw CutW,
( . SiolvL ck. fruM flw
U rniak m. S'ttuo. CnM V
AHh. Am tlio., ,NfHL'" l HlaMnr
Mm I. IVI10, .m Mrs.
.f, U !. Alokt.
I .r Luooi, Itrk Mt. Koat. far S. F
KtUor Moo. ftaw, Sron, mr Kabolol. ....
IrllMM, ImoMI, far MoloVol Mil HoM..
MariMi, hdi, fat KoVoMHilr
anh. kK for PoMhM
WaioMhi, Wlk. far lMMtgMfcot.
I'MrA. cK. far WMo
I 1WI1W, Mm, Kl, for IIDoootl ajrtMrli .
M kubt. Moi, Mrar, for Koaloo.
I K ltMo.Mm.CMMroi for Koitol
I.Knlai. K far K'nUtL.
WsmIm, Kb, for KtoOMlo
'MkMHlo, Ma, Nifean, far Walajawilil ...
luanMaVrr, lUItnuM, forKMoi
looorr. Am bl, JrIi, for ivw 'ronrOo . .
llakoUla. Kli,fai 1-rMOMa
KuiVrooon, trh, for IfoooVoa, ,
MaJrai, IWh S S. IWaoVr, for Trtorfa, II C.
Imror. tth. for KllaM
W II Dimcni. Am blloa. HmoOrlt, for & P.
Mrrchant Vturli Now In Port.
M V, IlotaM. I'aal
II iihomii, Hjr
Tioiwjm K. KtMlta, Kc
Al.iR.tiHi Stab, nj ,
Ii iia, llolkod .
linTlMHrMMi. Ka r.
. .Am. lara
. llaw, Kh
Itiiu, ISok Aoa. ok
lnataT irtn. WisliBC W Ok
ki,KjiuA,.MnM Haw. bk
W II. Dimoxd. HomlfHI Am. bklnc
tAiaABlEK, lluoiWa Am. bk
HkkTroKD, Clrftcr U. S. S
Vrasrls Eiptctcil from Foreign Ports.
JlarMBM, (Wr. bk. CAtnrrk, joot
Dorjotfi-ia. llocifrUACa., A (rati.
lhTiK, Am. frk. d. n. nuu.
Ioc. C Irtinr .t Co.. AaoMk.
(fljAkoov, IWaajaxMAMttttv PoMafal
Itaa Jalj- it i.. W. Jlaaforiaoc A Co., Airatk.
Wrw CAOTI.C, :. w.. Am bktoc Mat-kV I'Hrnon
Orrrwor Coal. Mt aooouM.
Naw Voic, Aoi. bk. SrAarrAM Crowtkry
Iu luliriit. Cal A: Cooke. Aran.
Nkw CAatut, N h W, IVm khiu. br. liwRiMCF.W'rll
uoda Aiartn l. uurr a; .o., .r.
Ltvaaniot, Utit. bk. Iki.it or Amcimea ... .Irimey
Toaail in Atinl. (. W. Macfartane a; Co. Arcnu.
INiar CiAMata, Am. bk. Hot Pcnhallow
Orrroor. Im & Conkr. Aacats.
San FaAMcici. IWn. S. S. (jLaaiKU. Sfwocfcly
lAtiont. c lirefT (A, ,gtita.
Sam Krakciku, r. at. a. a. Cirv or N Vobk. . .
Omwt II. llakfrUJICa.,at.
lwmui,yiaSt.MfctKacli. llrilSS Haxkov... .
Doe Jane aolc U. W, Macililaac A: Co..aa-rota.
Utirhiol, IlmU Maiucatk FaKin
lwe AlH(, is-ao.
Sam FhAHTtaco, bktao. I. A. pAlKlNBlioa (auamon
la loot la-ir. Caatkt ft Cook-, aarojls.
..A FaANCtaeo, Ambatlie W. II. MKT.a...llaney.
It joo l.ao. k lireir ic k.o.t oftota.
ArrM, Am. kdw. Ahka McCuDudi
For Kabolol) JXar June 150.
Tba Aoxrkail buV KHrma h al tkt fwK of S. S. Ii.
IrHVa ibxl, k.ki coaL
The llanoooMi, aioi Nooaotttai, coal Laden, arc in
the urcam awaitaajr, a brrih 10 unOurgc.
TVe Amerkaa Wilrotbn V. II. Iimood 'aaUed roa
Irttliy for Sao Fraocrwo, oith a foil cargu.
Ibe Aaaertaui hark Fmtou Qoecn ka at lh fK of
r.vtStfrvt, baiaiog for Sao Franctaco, to aail irtakky.
Ibe Haw-AM bark Kalakaoa iaal Ilrewtr & Co,'a
okarf. kaaoaaa: for Sao Frajatiieo, to obkb rt aha will
kart m alMot a work.
'IVo miiiarkiy packet Moraine; Star U taking in
i e, etc. for IM miiirjoariea at tbe waotaard. Ska
wUI aail an aUiut len uara.
Ike Aaamcaa bark Caibaricn ik at tka okl Coatooa
IIuoh wkarf. iliatkarguas a general car trom SbA
I rancHoa Sbe returoa to tbe fa4 ia a fw tlaj-k,
Ibc Ameracao luikaotiara AmeKa arrived on Tbura
lay Ul from Port IHakoioy with a oil cargo of bunbrr
wbacAaW ta uitUargioj: at ABra $ KoKauoo'a wkart
Tbe Hontlorakbark Hermann hastkaocod kerHajr
to Ike Hawaiian, ami ker name to Ike lYtomaa K. Foa
trr Soe wiUaadoo aakiiiillylieat tor RaralKoaol,
IttmJt CaWniblk, for oroWra.
rhe HawaHaa bark lily Ciaoe ha daacfcargoj all
her down cargo, and hanlou to llrewor & Co. 'a wkarf,
where the it now toadaog for San Fraociaco, to tad in a
wk or ten day.
Tbe llrituh S. & Madraa aaikrd from ker ajackomga
on llkurwlav af It torjua, fwe Victoiia. Caiaatn Brodky
waa eaaienliy gud 10 go, aa oc natt Ma atup gall) occ
aealed witk T-axa ail day.
rrom KcwCaatle, N S W, per Noaaatnm, Jim ij
Mraaoa M CbalM and II 1wkr..
From Xaal anij Moiokai, per txkoa, luraea Kav
Z II Tattoo and wife, JlUaAulia. II K Merer and
.r- a. , . ,j , . . , r. n ., ,
wb, ,a . nu, rvc IMCT, , At fJrOUll, 1T J l
l-Min, Mra J .Veal aad tkiU
Fnan Kauai, per C K Ittahan. Iiihj -lln I K ami
Mm F K Han. V II Kice, rr J K Simla, Mim J
.too, a-iicrrriciermaa, jira ruraeai, rtowtroew,
K Undermaan, AliatrooJwm, Mr KxftrK, Mrs Ma'
Im, J L, hcaitk.
Frvoa Kakalui, per Klaaaioa llou, lone o I Wagner.
A Fernaaaler, C I, Akiaadrr, J Coaa. A ll Saakk, J
Katty, Mafia Weelk. P HTriptt. I 1. King. I Ratfr
ardo, V lioas II P Taylor, C II Ktalgets Mra Km-
Ftiam stlndoard porta, per Uktlike, June 10-
Shitoaaa. W Hirf,
. Catjar, II 1' Ijuag. F Kardet an I
tfe, W F Prrklna, Cats Si
kcraad wde, F Ualia ao-l wife, J II Alkarton, t. V
, A s. JeJlkwu. M-ar-
llalara.G JolKin, 1. A-o.lt SbaUun and wife, FA
Uankanll, J Wood, and witr, Mra llai, i: K Mlira.
I n a.cnnceal
II I-,-. n I
air. W I ItrMdar. I lirawn. 1 I. WWio . IV
-, , -, , rfH..-, , ,, nmwmmw
I Cwaoril, f)r F Kialerv VnJi AUaaaatar. MraTW
l.mitt, II Seho-kr. i: IIk.m, Mrs J W t;
.refttt. II SekaaftWr. 11'Hkwbm. lira I VV f lirwtn t-ll
Juhwwi, alia H Tunun atai a (Llditn,
I aa- Saa FraoctKo, per Lady Lampaea, Jane -I. A
lUtatkOt alal aife, J Moor., A Sllra, J &abtcck.
Foe San Franciako, yt nwoore. Jaoe tj-A de
llntteaiUe, A lharr. wtTe and kIuUkii, J Stkaaar.T
Ilea, Mia. Clara Failer, F W 11 Jan.
For KaoaLi-t C R lliabou, Juoe ttW C Pcaoxk,
A Spearer, C lladv, w ifi oral a aklUren, Ker J 11 1 la
oaike. For Kakalol per KOaaaa Hua, Jaaa I
I W Kalaa. A Femaader, Mrs ktxaU
- art.. &1 .r kil. n a-,- ...
I- Arkat and wife. MS Ii F. Ii
Ill alt, Mlaa A f ratlmadrvtr. Til llairon.
eoier, W A U ooang.
111 alt, Mlaa A Traipendruir, '
Fiat San Fraodam, prt W II DiaicaKl, Joaoll-Mra
a- a l.!r ,1 la ,,.. , , c. 1. ,,:,.. .
K F. llaSer W HA I Sl,a, Mia-. I. Sweet ami
VS koto-, If lUka, O VV Uaaundaon, Mr. T Ilea ao.1
faavly (A II Keny. A II.JJ. II Moarda, J .VJiiTao, J
Uufro.ll ILWra, J kraoe, F KoeuM, f HatkuiL
For wiaalaarj ports per liktuar. tun 11 v II
Akaaaaler. Miaa J Marray, II Li.,4a(U;, Late J V.
liUna,CKo.a. Mra J NedaadrkaU; MnJ l(iir.
ran. J Aadaiauo, MiaTCUrl, W II (!,. All
'.yiTv i,U '", fc A llaatssVarol, oa la,
JJ".!?""5t!''VY.S " I" Harmodioaia, Jbm ia
41 W VlacIailaM A Co, Ua lost aool
"am Ne Cowla, N S W, pea Nuaaalora, JoM 1 1
C Ibewer A Co. I.41J Iom coal,
fffom Fort TuaoaeaiL. toe Amttla. lu, ,.atL ai
iKMiA.ki!l Mfd sw1
Frora Foraka. Caka.. iwe Uut I' llulr. Imr .
Uaara 4 Ctaie, rHAV ft latador; HataeU Co,
l,)5 ft ladaoud, Jjf.rVj ft Uaa,
Ftaea ban FracHiatka, r KaLakaiaa, Jbm Iroka
A tia 4 tg. aaukaoary. C F. Vklllkams pigs ..aVn,
l Ha fanin""; bakaeef & Co, awaVeMalf , , .
aka laarlea-, K pef prjaUiona, oa aat flow, a., lgi
graararara, 4 t pta-ao rooda, caa, akk Uaa, ikUalrwol.
loo ca teaad. aval Ua Kay, yof talU skanglca; GnoWoaa
atA-a, ista kata, a ca piioa, l loboirai, VI aa dry
goada, HoUiaier A Co, rl pkga laaika, AUeo A Kobia-
VJro4ar, aka feej, 60 lit bal . It F WtUa,
S k paanu: Capl MlUri, so aka ailaoeai I, laoas 4111
Uwla, awalUl baat, 114 m pipe, icaajdbry, A
aaoS araagkla, a saitlaa, abi pkgt Uaa work; Ml K II
'Ihoeaaa, mnk ijeall, Order, yo pkga troa, I koraa.
c gaa borroia, 1 ig okipa, I tvltai tliorae Lias,
Sto paga aaai paoao.
From boo Ftaoaon, per CakWien. Juta I May &
Co. I. Ill 111 groaanea; IrsrwACa, lyanaaunoa:
btbaafir & Co, 1; pkga Utaauw) MiCkeaney A Son, ll
pkgkWuker,s)catauae4 goods takaaota; BoUea
Co, yboakiLall.): U.ueA Coola, i,Wplk jie,
doors, it pk(t wtojowa al UuoJs 4 pkga paicr bang
io.1 -eainACo.ltU.dotk-. AtaroaiRotaooaarfcii
,l-. 11 pagt wuiavoe aod Uuais a bat kaldoara:
UEd.io,tja, etpkat wtniowa and Uimls 1,94011)4
kbo-gles tM.ae gtaaeriae; l)mao tiros aj pkga airy
gooJa aatouaom; K F Co. jt pkga feed, tiia, Co,
llttUaaJt, i4..ioaiB; JCCIomy, ittll.if.,4,
V.il.r. a. hgafce.1. Ulnces sto
U V. i . I.M
I ,!. l .team lautvrn I
I VS. !,' uw. i .. m.t.ivre. 1 jtcl- JkliA. In
Ka irSMmi.lrir! 141 t-hkaalm-wt, 4ptet hotter,
t I he bee' en-l ik. 1 ,'f chk kvn, 1 twlsin A t o,
1 1 ' 1. ..!, r 1 MiuthM, f rn !; llirkfrM
A 1 1 rnf in . nnMr I O lwrvt, t lani
I" ni ruiliti. I hifttM nrm. If f !
lr n in rntmnrn, prt V II IhmnnH, JfK J
H4k Al-, )Lp h Mmir. t ht. 1 1 rt t
lKt. Irwin A i o, .H Hir. 1 c nMcnhwr, 74
t h mf. f twin. ra dry lunrt. r tt pll, ) r lln
ai, y c kardviuv, 1 j ei ft rW. niMi hf, 1.164
MKV4ny A Kan, f tarn, 115 ff
. I' ,um. ii Bkn taratrar: X Nan. Dt
ml lnlf; AjM. fmWN MMMmACa.
4 k Row; HftchMilA in, ink wtN( 1 emlunc
mm-Kmiv, t fkf mtWy. I ltn, r6 4m ntd; U f
l.a A9 ! Mil, KmMiifthiHt, 1 bv MAHaMT) ; III
Worm Ii ko Iran, 4 1 Kn!nr, 6 MtVbqi, 1 rl
thn; llnln A Co, " nrmttc W; LMk A
Caofc, 4ll4rMf it !. t wvlnc WMMlUi W !'
twll, 11 pj fttdVQvt bsx,.,. I' L A Co, 4 Wt lyr "4
MrfMir: Atfcn A Klnr - 4 rt M if niMtlmi; J O
ItavM, 1 t -ttnilriw, inn, ii W Mwfcilmi (. it
tt MR NliU lm UtoKt Mmw Nrttkw Co, I
tirlprr n 1 mi, Ii 1 1 v, 3 pltgii honloorv, k pt
kmuw: R 1 Utr, 4 ti r, 40 han, 40 bgi tonty; C
II twM. 1 144, gluoo-,1 (Mho Krw, I46 poo Mol
mthc. (Mr, rkb W"' 1 fAgt omH.
Ri Ikly raiwipwii ' - for !m Pronciaro, Jono 9
.J J vow . ooki4hw facMTiMn;
4oj in ikln. I k nhw, rt,l)T t
M W II Htnto,! iirnr for Mon I'rakrWo. Jim ij
- -o,toooiif. .ya,a)S fto; wwomlii Wnoioii
K Fliloifl, Wuct 5lll rnuiriava, Jon 13- iv
IVv l;n MHil. I,t9i,t9t So' t on okg riro, uw,
. ; pfcft hMo. iro m-, in ItfirHt honwiM ana t.
..1, tm pMat. IWmotk nOo. HtrMloi.
SATURDAY. JUNK 16, iM.
Tilt: IMA III) Of Ifl.M.T nt.tcii.
One of the .itticlei In ihe Ailvcttiott of the
urti imlant i .m intuit to llie common senae
of its lewlrrt, inakmucli rtk it attempt to trol-
aler op lrimpo.rcnl lie of Ihe week pteioiK.
liy Mriliirf falaelKioii to falsehooil, anil by
alleinptinj; 10 receilc from a slalemcnt too
pWn in ilk intent to be mistaken by any four-leen-earolil
KlHxl-toy. We hope Ihe nature
of th compliment inlendeil will lie appre
dated, wlien the A(lerliscr's language is
nndentooil thm only the " misapprehension "
of its readers lias caused the article of last
utxk to be const nieil as an assettion that
lejitrs had lieon "citrctl and dischargcil."
Ami it now captains, after the false assertion
of cure and discharge has been exposed by
this paper, that! "The patients who were
allowed to go to their homes from the hospital
nerctlmac who had been sent to the hospital
to be treated with a view to ascertain beyond
a shadow of a doubt as to whether they were
confirmed lepers or not." It is further
explained that-. "These nine have not, as
has lieen asaerted, passed from under the con
trol of the taxud of health." With reference
10 ihe Jailer statement, wc would say that ar.y
a.aertkn to the elTect that these "cured"
lepers hod Weil from under Ihe control of
the board of health, has not been made by us,
or by any journal wc have read. Such an
inference, however, and none other, would
have been very natural from a crusal of the
article of the Advertiser, headed " I.cpcrs
Cured and Discharged :" and if it means now
only to contradict its own assertion, and have
it so understood, we shall not object. Hut, if
these people were discharged, uncured, it is a
disgrace to the board of health, and an outrage
upon Ihe public, that ihcy should have been
allowed their freedom. If they are cured and
have lecn discharged, as a consequence, then
the board is exceeding the law in any attempt
to control their movements or curtail their
Tlie Advertiser sa)s : " Wc have described
their condition at the time they were dis
charged ; the nine were carefully examined
and declared sound, presenting no marks of
lacing afflicted with the disease under which
Ihcy were apparently suffering when admit
ted." This is but a reiteration of a falsehood
which wc exposed in our last issue, and we
nre prepared to bring forward the best medi
cal testimony in proof of all wc have asserted
uaon this point, iflhc board of health will
satbmit its "cured " !ccrs for an cxx.rt exami
nation. Nine lepers were said to have been
cured ; Inil only two were named. These
Iwn have yet unmistakable symptoms of the
disease. The remaining seven remain un
named, notwithstanding our question as to
their identity, and a desire prevalent among
the medical fraternity to witness an alleged
fact which they deem incredible. The plain
inference is that the board dare not name
tbem. The Advertiser, as the mouth-piece
and axlogitt of the board, informs its readers
that an eye is lwing kept upon the discliarged
juticnts, and that they will again be removed
to the hospital should any symptoms of a
return of the disease occur. How consoling
this, to those who believe in the contagion of
kproay ; especially, after the opinion has been
expressed by Doctor Trousseau, that one of
ihese juticnts, who lias been named, is as bad
with leprosy as he ever was. With reference
to the other named iaticnl, a comjictcnt
medical opinion has been expressed, that he
could be easily rccogniicd as a lcjicr "across
ihe street. "
If the board of health intend to tlo as is as-
e-rted with these tlisclurgcil aticntsf how is
it lhal ihcy neglect to pick up other lepers tliat
arc now roaming free alxntt the town, and who
have never Iwcn segregated at all? Wc men
tioned, in our last issue, two who were unmis
takably lepers, who were not only at Urge but
were occupying public positions that brought
tham into daily and intimate contact with
many healthy persons. It was upon the au
thority of Doctor Fitch himself that wc called
these persons iccrt, and not on our own, al
though the writer knew them to be so. ltul
ilicrc arc other lepers roaming at large through
the loon, and one, quite lately, was selling fish
at the market, His lingers were badly crooked
and his eyes bleared with the disease. A boy,
wlni is an unmistakable lejver, it now walking
the streets and mingling freely with other chil
tlran, lxith native and foreign. At the agri.
cultural show, on Thursday last, the writer
saw a leper mingling with the crowd, who has
had the disease for many ) cars, lie lias hat
the little ami forefinger of one hand tu the
tccuiid joints; the middle, ring-finger, and
thumb to Ihe first Joints. Ami yet Ihe board
of health talk about re-arresting the discliarged
Ujicf upon the re-appearance of " any ymi
tuns," All these facts must be very intcrcat
in. u (urcnls who have lo semi their children
toakhuol on weekdays, or Sunday. If lliia
st)le of action ujion the urt of the authorities
is to Ik pctaUlol in much longer, and if iwi'h-
UK can I done to nuke them act up tu Ihe
ni1 ,hdr du,r itt lh w. 'j
arum irut people will lie obltecii lo
uii.iilc fut their own protection, and Ihat of
lbil latuiuea. This Is no alarmist'. iew, but
a iledibriatc conclusion, shared by ncaily all
th bust ihinkcrt fit the place j and it is only a
narrow ami ahoit sighted JL-y llut would
lue ui dally with such An en), and truat to an
inaone ho thai Ultcr thing way come of
A woman's ward In Ihe Queen's Ibopital is
needed. The tivuugcriKnt ought o arunge
U, and at once. Wc respectfully suftgeat that
those Udics who have sardal Inter rat in this
nu'.lfr tend their representatives to lay facts
iKfoicthoacln authority, without delay.
TtiC tiealy of (ware between Peru and Chile
UUIicicdifl New Voile tQgitcgicAt advan
Utfe '.3 :h; successful stale Chile,
K I i .S-nan
in 117 1. v r,i iro.v.
Thite are a few silly persons In this rum
munity whn think because utattun is nut to
Rtcit heie .i in omc lietlet gmrrncil awn
Iriea, that Ihmr who nre murmuring against
the misdeed "I ihe administration hate in
reality no pound for complaint I that m.h peo
ple ahnuhl keep ipiitt and let things pi on as
the' are gnrrtfj, so lortt; at they are tmable to
comphvln that Ihcy hare lftrtl aotnc Imme
diate injury to tnomaelrea whieh can l directly
traced as a fMrjaiiMTic of Itad gnretmneru.
As rort of this clas, howerer, are nerea
saiity poor rrorrttana, petrmpa it la need leas to
enter into any very exhanttive explanation of
how ami whrte they art wrong. The man
wlto h so shallow as to argue front ouch prem
ises, against the indications of tiiUtantla) facts,
wrnikl ho naturally Incapable of comprehend
ing any argument Imacd upon plinciples, and
t hare a right to suppose; that such will only
lac lifooght to their senses when their pockets
ate lirttehed. Tbeae tieonle, too, when fraud
or misconduct h lttoaght home to a gortrn-
menl or an omelal with wliom their self-
interest has (Hit them In sympathy, are content
to justify tlte fact by the snpitlon that like
offenses or misconduct has ocunetl before, and
with other persons, ami are unable to s-e thai
lite general adoption of the principles which
frnin live Iwtsh of their opinions woukl subvert
the liest govermnenl in the wnild. They will
deliberately argue, not exactly, that lecause
lloas Tweed robbed Ihe municipal government
of New York city, How SonicWly-ele, here,
has a right to steal alo t or that lrecause Mr.
So-and-so did something under another ad
ministration, therefore Mr. Office-holder has a
right to do the same under this. Hut they will
twist and cloak this real meaning by sat Ing s
" If Ho Somclxxly-clsc did steal here, Hoss
Tweed stoic in America, too s" or, "if Mr.
Office-holder dlil do something wrong under
this administration, Mr. So-and-so did the
same under another." They seem eminently
satisfied with this style of argument when
applied to the government or officials ; but
would lc utterly thunderstruck at a proposal to
extend their principles so as to include persons
in the commoner walks of life, anrl would lie
horrified at the proocd justification of an
cmbcjjling clcik from the fact that others had
done Ihe same. So, too, would Ihcy deem it
an awful proposition to free a murderer be
cause others had committed like crimes. In
regard to government generally, sound thinkers
arc not content with nul-administration from
the fact that other countries ati worse gov
erned, or Ihat taxes here are leas than in many
other places. The questions uppermost in
such minds arc " Is the country as well gov
erned as it might be ; and arc the taxes being
expended as they should be, in the general dis
tribution of benefits." People contribute to
wards the, supKirt of government that they
may lc " protected in the enjoyment of their
life, liberty and property," and for no other
purpose ; and if a government sufficient for
such purposes can be adequately maintained at
an annual expenditure of half a million of
money, there is no reason why they should lie
burdened with the support of one at twice or
three times that cost. People pay taxes for
their own good, and not with a view of sup
porting silly puppets and senseless parades.
MistsTiuit.i 1. ur.Ticr.sci:.
The Advertiser tells us that: "Whcnn
Minister of the Crown is accused of too much
reticence of not showing sufficient disjKisition
to communicate to the public the measures and
purposes of the Government, it is only fair to
enquire as to who it is that brings forward
these accusations. If, ujion examination, wc
find that the complaint comes from, or is in
dicated by a responsible representative of a
reasonable oposition, then wc may expect
that due notice will be taken of the same.
Hut if, as is too much'the case, the complaint
comes from editors who cannot lie called repre
sentative men in the sense that they arc leaders
of a reasonable opixisition, it is the duty of
public men to be reticent." This is why, for
instance, the $40,000 treasury deficit remains
yet unexplained ; and why the reason is not
given fur still retaining in office as Koad Super-
visor-in-Chief of Maui, a man who has been in
dicted fur a felony, who only has his liberty
under heavy bonds, and who is chargeable
with two other kinds of felonies than the one
for which he has been Indicted. This is a rea
son also why the government has not seen fit
to explain Ibc charges nude by Mr. Xawahi,
some time since, against the Koad Supcrvisor-in-Chief
of 1 1 awaii, in relation to certain vouchers;
why the reason is not explained for having
elevated an embezzler of public money to a
judicial position, instead of allowing him to
accompany his peers, who are breaking rocks
on the government roads. Thieve! and other
rogues, aKo, arc usually very reticent when the
natuic of their conduct is inquired into ; but
we are not exactly informed as to whether or
not they explain that reticence as consequent
upon the fact that their questioners are not
" the leaders of a reasonable opposition."
jioi'j: roit iiawau.
Wc who rail at corruption, and fire editorial
round shot into the pirate craft that is trying
its best to cripple the ship of state, have just
as honest concern for Ihe future of Young
Hawaii as hac any others in the kingdom
save those incomparable patriots, King David,
Mr. Gibson and Dr. Fitch. A week ago last
Friday the writer attended the missionary tea
parly in the lecture-room of Fort-Strcct Church.
There were gathered apparently about one
hundred natives and about half as many whites.
Most of the native men were delegates to the
missionary counsel gathered in this place last
week. They were jiaators and delegates from
native churches on the vaiiuus islands. The
wives and children of many of ihcm, and a
nuinlxr of native friends were also present. It
was a neatly-attired, pleasant -looking, earnest
body. The Association between natives and
whiles was cordial. The "right liand of fel
lowship" ami the "aMia" that went with it,
teemed dignified and sincere. If (here .were
present any, of any race, wlw did not appreci
ate the occasion, who tilled to recognize the
full significance of the continued uliglous amity
existing between nalitc and foreigner, they
were conspicuous fur their silence on that tiolnt.
To the casual visitor there wat only harmony in
Ihe gathering. It Is by lunnonlout action like
Ihit that Hawaii must be saved, if cm. That
Chriatlanily which may make natives cleanly,
Industrious, frugal, tempcratr, moral make
thrm good huilautds, goo. I when, gt paicnti;
llut, and llut only, can make them gtaal cill
tent Aral wise JitIciaiia. When they become
all llut, the future' of their race may begin tu
Ik; an upwatd climb, Under the false friends
who arc luring them on, the hojie of Young
Hawaii is a fragment of dead aea fruit.
Since wr lal issue, Mr. It. A. Wldemann
has resigned front his iHtslllon on the boanl of
health, under rircuuuuiicct highly honorable
to nit independence ami Integrity. Knowing
llut he lad been tricked, by his wHcigucS tnlo
accepting the outrageous act of the executive
physician of the board, oa uvid under the ad
sice of the highly ica,-ctcd authority usually
consulted in similar situations, (here was noth
ing left fur him tu do but tcsigii. Tfiit lie did,
And Itw emphatic, though silent, pnHtM of his
manly action ought to cncouiage tlsc tcourge
rfclden nation 10 hope that the rotgn of crimi
nal Igt.orsncc, criminal folly and criminal parr
version uf w l nrarieg " Hk Ual ditch. "
tiii: .loiiicri.rvn.ii, .snon.
The first annual exhibition of the Hnj-al Ma
wniian Agncutliiral -Society, held on Wednesday
and Thursday of this eek, waa a pleasant re
minder of simitar efforts by Ihe oiiginal stx-U ty
of the same name, aliout thirty )ri sinr
Old residents (the kamaninas), doubtless look
much pifde in recalling the excellence of tin
early displays of farm,' garden, lmnc ami me
chanical effort, much nf ninth, as fewnpated
with Ihe present cxhiWt, wits nbtatnotl tindet
pioneer disadvantages. Ami ysrt we find much
for congratuUtrtm. As a first gathering of
gtaml things, we commend llw society's efforts
ami those of our people who hate responded
In their appeal. As a slmwfng of Ihe ninclpal
agrrtniltural products of Ihe Islands, it was a
sltame ami tlrsgraee to lire planting interest.
Hut Ihtee out of twine eighty or more planters
sent samples, ami none ol these wore full in
(heir vat lety. In entile, Imrses, ilogs ami
wine Ihe slmwlng would compare faiorahly
with many older cottnlileat while In floral,
garden and farm produce, agricultural Imple
ments, carriages, etc., there was enough caII
foith a spirit of emiilation tliat ought to tell at
the second annual cxhiblllon. The tbllc in
general should now lake that interest in pre
paration of material for exhibition as shall
awnken a rivalry for each to excel his nefghlror,
that xuple, products and soil may sltow to
better advantage. The objects of the socicl)
may then have been attained, ami its latiorg for
the interest of Hawaii may prove not lo hae
Irecn in vain. The directors ami jmtges of this
exhibit ought to, and doubtless will, gain by
experience, ami several shortcomings sjioken of
in connection with this show will Ire guarded
against. If rules are laid down, to 1k! rigidly
adhered lo, without fear or favor, the confi
dence of the public will lie gained members,
and well-wishers of this society may then work
together with pride, not only for Ihcir pwn in
tcrests but for the cdvanccmcnt of the nation,
There arc at lcat two kinds of pap. The
callow infant knows the pleasing compound.
The senile gray-lwaril mumbles it between his
artificial teeth. Hut Ihat sort of pap is com
paratively simple of prcaration, Inexpensive,
and generally to be had for the asking., Not
so government pap. That is a sort which
favorites and sycophants get the most of. It is
not administered to the usual department cm
ploycc, to the working rank anil file of public
affairs; but is given to tuft hunters, drones,
adventurers, time-servers, men-Friday's, nnd
always to Ihe prejudice of good government
and to the expense of the taxpacr. It is not
always lair to blame adventurers, unqualifiedly.
The bread and butter of one's family may dc.
pend lqion one's acceptance of a piivt of profit
whereby one is fed at the public crib for doing
nothing worse than winking nt what ought not
to be done. In cases of that sort one is very
apt to shut one's eyes to a deal that ought lo
be dragged into the light of day. Certainly
Unsought to be conceded. Nc cant cxjicct
men who are doing honest work in govern
mental (rositions to resign merely to help bring
things to a crisis, when their resignations
would merely lose them their places, to the
probable licncfit of some less qualified favorite.
But, if these men do not resign, and prefer to
keep entirely silent alwut government, the
honest men who arc fighting the dishonest re
sponsiblcs now in power' have a right to com
plain at those professedly honest men in gov
ernment employ who defend the uncanny clan
of frcclwotcrs under whom they serve. Far
worse is it In the cases of the men who leave
the ranks of the opposition to be fed at the
public crib with the nickel-plated spoon of
ministerial patronage. Fortunately, there arc
few men now in the civil service who have the
hardihood to defend the looting quartette
whose squid-like tentacles arc around the
nation's neck. Iiut there arc a few outside
apologists for the men whose follies liavc made
us the laughing stock of Christendom, whose
speculations have made us ashamed of our sub
mission, whose most recent crime has added
to the leprous possibilities of the community.
oi'K itoAiis ,i.v7 .s-i7;;;r.s-.
It has been suggested that the present cut up
condition of many of the streets and outgoing
roads might lie improved at less cxcnsc than
is generally demanded by keeping several carts
constantly at work filling up the ruts as fast as
they are made ; and Ihat n thorough soaking
once or twice-a-weck would be of great help
to the road-lictl by solidifying its particles. The
practical judgment of men who have had ex
perience in road building and road repair ought
to be consulted and a better plan evolved th.tn
tliat at piescnt employed. Hoads art: a great
public convenience. There is plenty of good
material at command of which to build them.
Much of the recent road building in and aliout
the tow 11 has been creditable, llut the repair
ing clone has lieen 01 the slightest. 1 here is
no good ic-ison why prison labor should not
make these Honolulu streets safe, clean, com
fortable and healthy. The ttrccts in tovtn
ought to be not only kept free of ruts and
sprinkled, but they ought to be cleaned frc
U'iNK .l.7 OTlllUtin.SK.
It appears that the treasury funds arc not
sufficient to meet the immediate demands of
the two ministers who have the largest jurt of
the government revenues to liandle, and
little sharp practice between them has been a
consequence. It has apparently come lo lie a
question as to who shall liave Ihe first grab,
As troth cannot lie accommodated at once, one
thinks that contracts should be attended to
first ; the other, llut the board of health jobs
should be first in order. A late split in the
minhtry added another office lo the already
large list of offices held by the worthy premier;
perhaps he could liandle yet another. One
more cabinet office would give him a majority;
at It it now, he only lias a tie vote.
Unless the new Hawaiian coinage Is
received into the treasury shortly, it is thought
that government official will lie asked to woik
for patrioliami or for" tick."
How alxiut the " hard-tack " Ihat could not
liccalcnby the prisoners, and was afterwards
sold at auction for chicken feed at two rents.
Formerly the marshal attended tu the supply
ing of the prison; now it it done by a con
nection of the royal family. Seeing that only
three salaries arc drawn by the members of
hit own family, it will be Ken how that it It
projnr he be giten a few small job out of
which a commission may be made. 1'cuplc
say, Messrs. Parke and Dayton did the supply
ing without any commission -but then Ihcy
didn't need il.
The Anglican Church Chronicle it six
rnonlht old. In its own graceful and modest
words, it "entered uiwrt the second half of llw
first scar of Its existence, ami, luting, it it
hoped, passed through all the disorder! ami
dangers of infancy, il bids fair, It is trusted, to
proceed to a tigoiou youth and thence to a
prospcrout ge." Vet the Anglican is not
quite happy. It thlnkt it hat been too gener
ously treated by III contemporaries. In order
o decrease Ihe tllscouiforl caused by I Ids im
munity from criticism, wcglic cursclm the
pleasure of sussgosling tu llut Anglican tlu It
give llaelf a wore tcamtly dress. The lytic
with which it U printed swglit u luvc Uwn
thrown Into the ueltang pot long since. It Is
too bad that such imluililoau clttoit'lhould
have to put, up with such wretched typography,
tiii: vni:m;ivs voutiiait.
I'lllnlrA nt; .Jfr .Irflafa.
Fiutor SAll'Mi.w Turns -Sir I lutve
lieen ptofoundly impressed by Ihe rrmaikabte
iMisuei in me Aitrrrtisrr s leaner ol Ihe Mh
Imlant, drawn bet ween the lite Disraeli and
ll "one in this commnnlly" who, like IHs
men, n imn "aaaatieil with alulae niorr sto
len! ami Incessant Iban any other lKilltlcUn of
our lime." I mnt protest against the exces
sive modesty of tlte scribe which left the name
of this latter martyr tu Ihe public well ami
political purity matter enllrtly for speculation,
lint an Inference may readily be drawn from
the article In question, which may Identify Ihe
al.utetl ami neglected prUriqt In the mlndt of
Ill worthy of rcni.uk, in Mintnt, tliat In
Ihe Advertisers statement of the alleged mral
lei, Ihe late earl is referred lo as "one who
never told Ihe truth exesqit by nceident." I do
not purpooc attacking the accuracy of the
parallel mi Ihat scute.
The great Honolulu Unknown draws con
solation from his own prophecy, (he lieing un
derstood to I n ptophet, by special appoint
ment) llml, In "ihe sweet by-and-by, pre
sumedly after his "Iranslallim," he will Ire
appreciated by his nrenent tevikrs, from whose
hands he Inkrcntmlly heMka n shower of
inrgtt-me-nuisanii iitniipictsol iiiHrtmicilietorlc
iixm his dust ami memory, such as were
lavished iqion Disraeli on Ihe occasion which
setve as a text tor the cilitorl.il in relerencc.
Tis laudable ami natural that all Mtilots
snoitKi iieture appreciation, ami 111c sootier 11 is
iltsplayrtl the more gratllylng lo Hie (Mltiol,
llut as the tiritersitv of humanity in withhold
ing merited praise during the life of the iibject
Is proverbial, the inference Is obvious. I.cl
the maitvrbtil tmrsue to Its enrthlv terminal
the parallel drawn, anil doubtless theticoplc
of Hawaii nei, in the exuberance of Iheir
uraleftil ntuireclation, would consent to cm
balm his memory in nnv requisite quantity of
just such fulsome drivel as, according lo Ihe
aittctc rctiitcil to, was spillnl iqion uistaeli s
A corrcsxindciit of the Garcttc lias this to
say about "self-adulation" t "The delicate
and difficult gsmnastlc trick of bowing down
to one sell has lieen better and more oltcn per
formed by Mr, W. M. Gibson than by anv
other man in this community. If distinguished
ability ami success in performing this peculiar
act of circumflex genuflexion is greatness, then
Mr, W. M. Gibson is a truly great man. His
laughable compulsion of himself with Ixml
lii-aconxticul in his daily ol Ilic ath instant,
probably outdid any of his former tveiform
anccs of his favorite feat, in conception, but
contained, however, one weak tioint which
consideiablv marred the general effect. II
quotes from Ihe Times, in speaking of Ixird
lleaconsficld, ' Assailed with abuse more vio
lent and incessant than any other politician of
our time lias had to lace, he never deigned lo
answer his assailants.' 1 he compansion play
inr out lust here vcrv badly, ho tlrons it
quickly, and drawssomcwhatfancifulaiialogics
between Iml llcaconsficld'scfforts for the glory
of the Fnglish people and Mr. W, M, Gibson's
cfTorts against tendencies which would neglect
and efface everything that pertains to the Ha
waiian race and the very race itself, whatever
that may mean. Wc arc very glad to hear of
Ihe general aims 01 his ' w hole career Irom
his own standpoint, as it varies .1 pood deal
irom what we have heard from those who nre
posted as to his Hawaiian career. Wc should
like to hear from Mr. W. M. Gibson a little
more circumstantially on this point. The
scheme of the Palawai Zion, for instance, and
the Jscw Jerusalem on 1-anai; Mind Ins one lorn
and emphatic protest against tendencies whicl
would neglect and clface everything Ihat per
tains to the Hawaiian race,' begun at that
time, and was this enterprise in the nature of
such a protest f U ye ungratclul llawauans
who did not know your benefactor, who left
him alone upon his deserted hills round alxiut
the New Jerusalem, to think up other ways of
vigorously protesting. Never mind Mr. Gib
son; you have the comforting thought that
'the day will come for you as it did for Dis
raeli, when the hottest foes of your policy '
will be 'ashamed to remember," etc. It will
not come in your life-time, and probably not for
some million years afterwards, but it is a com-
tort lo look lorward to it, and to feci that
some time you may have a statue on a pedestal,
and that copIe may come and lay wreaths of
primroses on the aforesaid statue and pcdcstalr
Therefore, do not weary of your lone and vigor
ous protest, and above all be mindful of the
importance ol vigorously reminding the public
from time to time of your distinguished services
in this line, for they might otherwise forget
From the same paper is taken this addi
tional comment on the premier's pleasing por
traiture of self :
The prime minister's editor has annarcntlv
been exercising his literary abilities of late in
the production of some historical parallels
which will, no doubt, command attention
from statesmen and politicians. It is a nath
of study requiring dexterity and delicacy of
luutu,. mm 11 i- nonvu inui luiurc etiorts will
be more successful than those hitherto brought
under the notice of the public, in avoiding on
the one hand undue sevcrily to the living, and
on the other hand unmerited reproaches to the
On the last anniversary of the kine'a birth
day, the Advertiser startled the premier's
mends and amused his optxjnents by ventur
ing to draw a parallel between King Kalakau.i
anil the umpcror rvcro. At that time the king
had really done nothing to deserve such a re
buke; from the man whose boast it was to have
consolidated patriotism and loyalty in the Ha
waiian breasts. It may be claimed that as
icro iiuititit white Home was Imrnmg, m the
present occutunt of the throne of the Kamclia-
mchas manifests little care for the welfare of
his kingdom, so long as it pays llio fiddler who
leads Ins royal steps, llut it ill Incomes the
man who, above nil others, is responsible for
Ihe follies which mark the decay of the Ha-w-ailan
commonwealth, lo hold up his royal
victim as a parallel to the monster whose name
he selected from the page of history to couple
with that of the Hawaiian sovereign.
The public, last week, was treated to paral
lel No, 2, lleaconsficld and Gibson. It ap
pears that I.ord lleaconsficld had to fight
against the scorn, contempt and hatred of a
large party in the Knglish nation; that great
injustice was done him; but that finally Ills
courage and patriotum conquered, not Ills
friends, but Ihe great arlitocratical party who
made him their leader. Ivvcry one will frankly
and cheerfully admit thai up to a certain point
the parallel holds good) lliat the scorn and
contempt are as sincere and thorough for the
Hawaiian liscudo statesman, as they can have
lccn for the great F.nglishman; hatred there
cannot be, for tome things arc too despicable
Here at present the parallel ends. It must
have been with a sense of mortification lhal
the premier Knncd, or at Icalt affravtj, the
statement thai the Hawaiian lleaconsficld lias
been and Is " alone " In those igorout protests
vthich. he claims to have raised against " every
scheme projected, and doctrine that hat be
Iraycd a tendency to efface" the traces of
heathenism and liaihaiism from our mhUt, lmt
he can hardly endorse Ihe attempt to place in
parallel lines' the endeavor of ihe Knglitli
statesman to retain the traditions of his coun
try's centuries of cit ligation ond the Hawaiian
statesman's effort tu do the tame, for the tradi
tions of a nation which lut but lately emerged
from the darkness of heathenism.
Why iloa he ttaiid alone after all these
ear of protest? Inherent) Lord Salisbury
to rebuke the distrust of the cople It there
no great jaity of cither aristocrats or demo
crats to acknowledge the tictory of the Hawai
ian llcacontficld? or must he go lo fame or
infamy at a pelican of the wilderness urn
sparrow nf the house-top proclaiming in a deaf
worm the woes of a man who. In tpile of his
" j-llvnce, ixiBCVtranci: and vigilance," could
not get liuiled ?
The anecdote of the lata I'ngli.li iiatctinan
secmtpeculiaily appropriate to the Hawaiian
1M.HJ.OIIIII. .Ancr a tignai tteicat in one
of lilt legislative cffoitt, hit countrymen arc
tald lo lute gone further luck in hlttoiy for u
parallel and tu have exclaimed that llcnjamiu'a
uasfire times greater than any or those
o, ,iv ,wat,
llut turcly the most cruel aat Ire in this later
historic.! jiarailel it tbe fact that whlltt thu
r.nglUh statesman eslorlcd the irilmle of
uimiraiion Horn HI foes, Hit- meat little Ha
waiian liat had n lixik for hit Irilmle of
approval, to unite, ami llio only, who wrote
mm iuiiiicu tor wc wage incir own licru iiid
And still another bawl, In Ihe saute es
teemed cuntcmpC'Uiy, adds lilt mite tu the
cvmiuUtivc triuule which the premier' uralwi,
merit tu InqiciatWc-ly demands
The facile faculty -f drawlm; parallel d!.
i4ayed by the sMy unit t,fthe Advertiser
It truly itetktrkaUe. By a Uwlitag ankle jxtb.
bal.edifl llut. l-8ir on Waahiiarjlou't birthday
the ptiUic were elrcariAod, and the Auiviican
element flittered to learn that among the mani
fold honors by tight lielonging to the father of
hi iinintry was the till then unthoticht of
privilege of hating lived conteinHrary with
Kamehameha I. Hut while purporting to draw
a jaftrrtllel the article Amply demonstrated the
Insignificance of Washington, of the force and
IwAiity nf hh cluMrler, the loftiness of his
la.tiiotim and splendor of his victories, at
compared wllh the majestic Importance, the
alms, character and conquests of the Puisne
Ian pagan. Hut of late a still more striking
parallel has ireen drawn by the same feitile
fancy -between the dead Disraeli and the
gushing (iltiaon. ll may, however, lc in
ferred Ihat Ihe latter did not Intend lo rest his
claim of similarity in the lives and characters
of the two too eminent statesmen solely Umn
the allcgsllon made concerning Disraeli t that
he " nctcr spoke the truth except by accident,"
though with what degree of justice and con
sistency the claim might have lieen to founded,
Is not neeeaaaty ,f te ; allege,
The "architect" of the compulson last
mentioned extracts felicity from the prediction
Ihat the supernal scoic of his talents, and Im
maculate rurlty of his mlltical programme
will, In Ihe nercnc sometime, form the Ihcmc
of kchool-lioy eulogies and sloppy editorials.
Thai ihe venerable saint's reward should be
ao remote, uncertain and Intangible Is more
the pity lo the mind of Ihe saintbut he will
learn that, n rewards Ihe rcscct of his fellows,
his hope It similar lo lhal liased upon n tiolicy
of life Insurance In either case lie will re
quire to die, In order lo "realize."
Comnk-le the picture, arlUe, say
Wlto 'il an hoMly walks to-day
'I lie per Itlrd Kilh from clime to clime
Inllie twit continent of crime t
(1, ahadea of ItcaeomfieM, come lot k I
Forsake the grand luatoric rack
Wliere alnll fed fame, In fond content
Sees not the lmlldn honoi aeril ;
Nor knows that Infamy and fame
To Mmt lmae nature mean the same.
Come tasck ami are the mnwiue we ptay
In our Hawaii ncl.
'I he nnit toiW; the picture grows;
lleflronafteld fiiMon'a nolle nose
laxima Into aemllance; while hi mouth,
Smtle-wreftthrn, like Ihe rephrou sutilh,
(When lurching Knnas woo the Lin.1
And wrecks, like (iclblea, line the atraml)
Itre.-ulies peace and plenty ctrrywhere;
And l.iJi: "llegone dull care I"
We greet the smile, hut 'ware the nose;
For mind we Kelt the box of woe
Pandora sainted son ha hid
beneath the fnx-hraln lid;
fur well we know the Mjlihed lie
'that make the luttre of hi c)ra;
For well we note llie muteful cheek
'ltwt overlays Ids carriage meek;
For well we ken tlie dianial din
'Chat tlilmes the tlwittcr of hit cliln.
Yet, when onr Oil, tlie mace would wiehl
Tlult crrt wat sating by lleaconrield,
Comes calm reflection, piping low.
He shakes lilt ioll and aaya "(to slow 1"
And, high above the chorused praiaes
That Gibson unto OUnon raics,
Cries, in a voice that drown the din:
"Too thin 1 Too ihin 1 Too thin 1 "
Mr. Herring, on his land at Makiki, has
gone into the firc-wornl Imsincf.s, and is"ciitling
down the largest and finest forest trees that
exist in that part. How this may affect the
rain-fall in that part remains to be seen. It is
true, the actual depredations arc being com
mitted on his own premises; but if they
threaten the water supply of Makiki, he should
be stopped if xssiblc. What sense is there
in government expending money on German
foresters and nursery garden to create forests
in tliat valley, if what few trees arc now there
are to lie cut away ?
Tin: I.ATKST SI'.WS.
The affirmation bill has been defeated in the
Two more of the Phtcnix Park murderers
have lieen hanged.
I" illy persons were recently roastctl for
"witchcraft" in "jicna Leone.
The report of a treaty between Peru and
S.1111C nas uccn continued, its terms arc la
vorablc to Chile,
The Brooklyn briefge was opened on the 24th
lllllrrrsr-s nerajl tla 1 .. . ... ! a .. ..K.i 1 ..! a a
,,,.., 011,1 liiu iiiiiaiuuu plotters laueii to put
in an appearance.
A project is on foot to connect the Oead Sea
in raicstine vt'itti the KctI Sea by a canal pass
ing through the Moses Valley.
The steamer Pilot blew up in Pelalumi
Creek, San Francisco Hay, on the 26th ultimo,
Killing eighteen persons anti wounding seven.
The Czar of Russia was crowned without in
terruption, and in the midst of magnificently
imposing ceremonies, on the 1 7th of last month.
A prominent Nihiiist savsi "The czar would
not be molested at the coronation, because the
system or attacks to create terror has been re
placed by plans for a coup iCtlal and attempts
fit 1 risisirritt '
lonolu'u, at Ihe residence of
Airs. Uaalelea, June
883, by Ihe Rev. J. A
Cniran Mr. Julian Monaarrat, and MUt Claritu
vimoe tncy, ixan or Honolulu.
Ukc-Kasisav In Honolulu, June 14, 18S5, at 1
residence of the bride'a faliier. by tlie Right It
Iluhop of OIU, John I), bane, and Mi" Lhrie
Ramsey, liolh formerly of San Francisco. San Fran-
cim3 papers please copy.
Robertson At Waiklkl, Juno 34th, of croup, Ilernlce,
third daughter of Mr. and Mrs J, W. Robertion.
IkalTH At Ritertlde. near Glolje Cilr. Arirona. Mav
i?ib, .Frederick P., son of the late Joseph Houlh, of
mi ui) , tni 19 yrara anu 3 monins
lllXKLK In Honolulu, June loth, June loth, of con.
aumiidon, I'.mina Itiickle, eldeat daughter of Hon 1
nucais itgeq 33 )ears.
Wkvktok- In Honolulu, June nlh, Mr S Wc
ceaaed has retidrd on these jalands for a number of
Halite of l'.lielarMl. apetl alimit mimn IIim
years, awl wat, at one lime, cmploted Ota clerk ia
the Interior Office.
Office of Supetlntendent ol Water Works,
HoMlLVLU. July 3, 1S81,
Al) persons hating Water PrKilegct are notified that
their Wajkii Ratks are livable aeml-annually, In ad.
vance, at the office of Ihe Surinttiidclit ll Water
Works ( of, Nuuanuu street, uihi the tat day of
January aod Julypr each year. C . WILSON,
tls-'f Suerinlrndriit Water Work
All water ratca now due and owing muil La paid at
Ihe oftVa of ilia Honolulu Water Woils foot, of Nuu
anu street, on or before June jo, 1M3, otlterwUe Ihe
pritilegt will be impended without further notice.
CHAKI.KS II. WIIJiON,
Surlnltndent of Honolulu Water Work
Al'pruved: Jam, K. Hutu, Minkieruf Interior.
Honolulu, June 1, 1I83. Ml-3t
JUTAKEE At COURTNEY,
We niaMiOtture the VI'.RV lir.STQUAI.IIY lala
from At Taru.
Oainglathe eatenl of lande culliraleit by Us we
can sett cheaper than oilier, and can cuaiantre lianla-
lkaU)aiidalleniJo)eeabf Uburagallial any failure of
1&I Irdars by IVat roceire Hom allenllon.
C It, MAKI'.K, itftm A. A. COURTNF.V
THE 18tb Or JUNE AND 4U OF
I have aa lutolce of
Slilrmthl Hky ItocKrtu,
From f 04 la 4 IVs
AhhovUiI C'tme of Firework,
tfu Picsea la tan. Jual tlat I Hug lo suit laouaakokl
ilUpta) for tlae lillte folks
I tine, Uyhti, H'hu-h,
Star Cumlten, UeHtutuu,
Mine 14 mt t'trv Vrneker,
Oniua wlH U rocelt ovl bxh! good dekivara-t a day or
SI bttoie the atwool flove, u tbeaa ga a are kept vrjy
01 n waaaiaowaav
1110 G. THKlfAt.
ItV"- toft Fiat kiroaa.
AT TUP. KKSIIlKNCi: OF A. PRAIT, lf.,
ON ACCOUNF OF tlKFARTUKF.,
On Wndnoadny Jitnn 12711).
AT lo A, M Witt. M SOl.tl
TUP. HNHRK HOUSI'.HOt.ll FURNlIURP,
In tart At 'unmet!
II rs 11 d r o in n Prtrlor Sot,
Two ltclrtaim Sett, ramplrte;
Two Child's Crlli. M.uilo Neta,
Sheet, Hair Mattreatee, Feather Piltawtt,
Coveilelt, I lining and Office CIiaIm,
liatendon Dining T'ahle,
Ibiok Cae, Wrilnig Desk, Clocks,
Craik Stove and Kitchen Utensil,
Wheetharrow ami 'Fool. Ala,,
A 1V0SF.ATi:i) COVKKI'D CMtlllAOi:,
One craal Calrlage Horae--an 1 recommended;
One iaadJIe llorae.
N. II. The Punahou omnihiiaea will Irate Itall'a
store, cotner of Fort and King atreeti, at 0:40 A. at.
sharp, and return after the ante.
HONOLULU riRK llFd'ARTMLNT, Allen
tionl 'Ihe several comiAnle are herebydi
rected to aaacmbte in the anuare otnioaile Ihe rncino
house of Mechanic l'ngine Coiniany No. a, In full
unifrrm. without anoaratu. at u'cluck r. SI., oil
SUNDAY, the 171I1 inuant, lo altrnil Ihe funeral (if
llrr rale Koyat lllgnneta Kutli Keelikolant.
Pet order. CIIAULKS T. (UJUCK,
Secretary II. F. 1
Itonolnlu, June 13, t88j. 146.lt
T0 LKT A Houeon Hmrna street, contlittng nf
A. seven room, ;ainlr', kitchen, bathroom, carriage-house,
stable, servants' room, and a large henery.
Inquire at 79 Fort street, or 51 Kmina atrrct. 146-tf
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
The Splendid Steamship
crrv or svnxm
...SAkMOKN , MaMiir
WILL IKAVR HONOLULU
For San Francisco on or About July V!.
Pur freight or )ui.iec, apply to
MS II. IIACKF.:t1& CO.. Awcnl..
.plCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FOR HONGKONG, CHINA.
'I he Ilriti&h Steamer
Will leave for the above port on or about JUNK -tfi.
Freight or passage may le m cured tn advance by p
IRWIN & CO..
T?OR HONGKONG DIRECT.
Tlie Fine HritMi Steamthip
WILL SAIL FOR TMK AnoVK-NASIKri IY1UT
On or Abont Juno 1st.
For freight or jtasaage, apply to
130-61 C. IIKLWEK & CO.MPANV.
TOR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
The Splendid Steamship
virr of xjnr yomc,
Will Sail on or About June 10.
,Ve are now prepared to mue tt.kels 10 San Fran
cisco and return for $123, the round trip.
Good for shipment tier steamer can now be stored,
free of charge, in the fire-proof warehouse near the
ai earner wnarr.
For freight or paasage, apply to
ij8 II. HACKFELI) & CO., Agents
T7OR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tlie Clipper Hark '
Quiok Dlapeatrh for the. Above, Port.
For freight or paasage, apply to
14 F. A. SCHAEFKIl & CO., Agents
TABLE FOR THE
Till, steamer will leave Honolulu each TUESDAY
at 4 r. si., touching at Lohaina, Maalaca llay, Makena,
Mahukona, Kawaitutc, I jiunalioehoa and llllo.
Returning will touch at afl thsr above ioru, arriving
at Honolulu each SUNDAY morning.
tos WILDER & CO.
CEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The new WAREHOUSES of tb O. & S. Co. are
now comiileted. Meirhand.it Intended fur ihit'tntnt
by ctcUof the aluvo line will be received FHEEvf
Murage and receipt luuctl tor tame.
Insurance on RierclundiM while In the warchouMS at
WM. G. IK WIN rVO.,
M4)rn AgenuO. S. S, Co.
OriCE TO CKUDnORS. 'H.e undenisrird.
ha vliia! Iscen dulv aMsoirttetl aduUnt.lrator of iIm
Uo.i U A. S. McCUUoAM, Ut U Hilo, Hawaii,
deccaoed, notice U hereby given lo all j-trwxi tu leretvrnt
I heir cblmi aaalnu tUe t uate of aatd A, S. MclulUm,
duly kuthcitlicateil, whether tccue4 by mortgage or
othcrwlM, to me m my orKc on Kaahumanu aircet,
Honolulu, Oahu, wlihintdviitsimthifruni the dale herei.
or they will be forever barred; ami all ron IndcUett
la uU eWealff are hereby retiutrivtcj to make itroiiit pay
went thereof to ALKX, J. CAkTWKIC.HT,
Adinlnlbtratoi' of the civtate tf A. S. WcCulUm,
Honolulu. June 9, itlj. I4)4w
XTOTICF- llavlm. been am-JntcJ Guardian of al
lJ Mahuka. minor, tan of the taie l. Mahuia, tie
ceaivcd, and ailorney tit fact for I.ukU (w). widow of
uUJ M. Mahuka drceaistO. all i-ereoo tare hereby ft-
nueUed to acttle all maiten (jn1aliiini to ihe etfaie of
11 aianuaa, uwcAaru. wtin i uiwermfneo. and I bey
re hereby notifies tliat Mr. JSiiuwi K KjuI lia iwi au
are hrretiv 1
thotitv whatever to the matter. A. KOSA.
Guard Un of M. Mahuka. ndnort and ailorney tn fact
for UukU(w), widow of iheUteM. Mahuka, de
Ilotiolulu. May tj. iMj. Iix,
Of ICE. In crxn. Ranee wllh he t.nnt of the
wwin ,fia ,,,-riHW. anraiinaia ine ineuiltSail
uecn'a lloapilal Socials wilt l-e bald on Saturday,
tlie ;th of July, 1M1, at Aluolani Hate, at to a. u.
Per Ordar. P. A. bCIIAKKKK.
XTOTICE.-Tne Arm of C A. IIAILEV Ok.
ly compuaa-d 04 C, A. IIAILEV and ALIIEKT
IT.VKNES. of W.Uoiu, Maul. I diaaol.od by muiiul
touaent, U A, rkaiky r.lulo. C, A. IIAILEV.
A. IMRNESu '
MOTICE.-JOI I N A- PA LM V. U ha, Ing purcliaanl
Ike Uie.,1 of C. A. IIAILEV la ll- u,a ujm
ling bualneuat Wailuku, Maul, I be aaid bualulat
will keaoniluocl by the uratkeraigued under tlaae lirui
raw of IIAKNEh A PALMI.R.
Mttl JNO.A. 1'Al.llF.k,
IOWE..- s-r,, KNOP AVEI) CARIW ANU
j Folds fur bualnaa. Cards Ball Pr.Tjramm.i,
.nui, lc, reaeiaod In largo vwieiy al tbe oATtia-utr
Paaas OrrtCa, No. t Kaahoaaatnu atrott. , '
NEWEST snyLEs ARTISTIC 1YPK AND
StaTLnery for Wedabngs Sociala, lUMs isi.
graounes tvertainokanls etc., MC., tooatantly being
recottod and prtollual orders tor aaue Uoaualy ea.
j;.lJM.Ua7k7lU. 1-at.r, NHTkloCiUu
BUNK atOOeaS ANU OKf ICE KTATIONKky,
A largo aaaoHaacalat TMO. (S. THKUMb.
pAcinic nunnrtn paint,
MIXI.Il RIAIiV TOR l'K.
aav o am mt it.
Vnn tlin 1'nnlfln Hiibbnr I'nlnt,
Dumitf, fMaftr Ax, EttHimintl.
IAl'rtTl'IMtT rHitv v
WHITTIIin, rUMaKK ets 01).,
Aral f aal ty lU Intpnellng raitraw of llormliilu.
Ir lU Intpnetlng
if in J, t, i and K
aM t Bv and tn
lilt up In a. t, sj and K-fattim .an
tot t Bv and a-tr, ttna.
It will twri rasit, frH m rrwaaf. It H rMtire of the
laol and ireat lteratta,. I'yataal W hue, l.e t, OfW
of rltat, nans laaarAarl OH IHarj giaralltA eotrjea, enajiwtie-d
wllh a atrong aoMl 1 of tka t-at I intra rtnblor
I'tmirnr Will to Lnail
Vtmf(lltji I-Hllrt tw vttrkiiv tmrHttf
lttfe Cirbaiwtt of (jcud, grutiij4 tn pitr rwiuixMl t.lnl
Oil, urn. It k mM MlilsKt to cKmbIobI imi.-t- arc. t.i
Mow 11 -1, tM.
IMONIoKK Will I V, t.HA( kmniifi-rii.rtHl in $
KrAiKlo, nrrftM txii (VM,, M tun k ottAlnt.l
premplly r.J In i.AnlU nt munttt It frrhsm U
tetinmirksl, In iImI lh ol (n ttMct. it U tt,i. hI U not
.v0iilsH. Ifito lh itrvlortrwpiiLiVgt, ami iimwiwtrtly
lha fafmAtidn of 'dsklnf" t jiro)vtl,
n.t. imoni;i:k himik i.uai u ,, i
fiticr ffrmitul thn any WtiT in i)M nuttkvt, hn ittstfiVir
"Iimlv" of covrrlnf 'fopwil,fl t thHu an c)uaI.
It M put up in hj-ITj-a soITi, KBtimt tjrt. krg. tn
I4-t1 Antl 93-lMln pilt ami In utmll lln. ( in i-lMa
lt Itn rncli.
A full mpply N citfHtarttly ttrpt In ttmk ly llm
wln.leA..le l.ou-w In llO.N'OI.Ul.U. to Mliom w evmtl
ally rrromincmi Intttitlinc nrtliiirft.
MANtfAL'TUKKn OHI.V tY
WHITTIER. FUIiLKU & CO
Corru!erii of WJitt InJ ml MumifACturs-n of Mhftl
Taint. Colors Vrn. .., ami 71ic Wliitr,
And miotlerifif Frncli aim! I'cllum Window (!Lim,
SAN l-'KANCIKCO. U. S. A.
Knplolani Parle, Juno 18, lNH'l.
COHMITTItrt Or AKRANCrMftNT.
Ir. J. S. McCrew,
H. A. Uliteirunii,
(reci) 1 1 row ii,
11. R. MaifarUne,
A. S. Clrnliorn,
J iimee Dold. i
J lU WISEMAN.
JltM-C r WillUm, Wiil Wilder. W. K.
TlMHkERrrtf!. F. I C'lark and W. Wenner.
STAkTrK Cat-t. A. IL Harlev.
Ciknk or CotrKHr! Chailt wit,,
Saiiolino I'AiiifOCKJame. Umld.
A'tirri tf Cemmtnet it ta tfftvek that.
.-PAKE FI.ATK. I'lirat 7.T.
HURDLE RACE One -mile iIji-!i, 4 huntle; free
for all ; catch wciilit-.
Illoe and White.
Jt F Col burn 11. 0. Stranger
I'ink and Ulue.
V. LEAH I CUP. rnr-ef rjCJT.
MULE RACE-One mile daOi ; free for all;
.Miles U rot hen , WW Mule Saiuhti
Ittack Jacket ami Red Meevty, White Pant,
Charles Mann Nlgger
Jim Crow, Dtukal
Scarlet and lUue.
.V.-QUr.EN'S CUP. 1'iii-ar $t.1lK
RUNNING RACF-One mile, 1eU In 3; free for
Mile llrotlim. C II. taaiigford, Jr
Hlack Jacket and Red Sleeve, White Tant
and Red Cap.
W. II. Corn v. ell k. a. General Garfield
Cardinal and lllaclc,
T. II. Walker s. m. Sallie Ilbele
l'ink and llluc.
J. R. Holt, Jr.., b. a. J.-tmcral Hancock
Itlue Shtrt and Cap,
J. KING'S CUP.1'Mra-f. J..TO.
TROniNG RACE-Mile heal, bt 3 in 5, lo
lutrnctt; free for all.
Jamei Iknld . t Tlioinai H
Captain CI urt y Ij.Ii, Toby
A-KAMKHAMlsIIA I'LiTF I'mi- $WOt
"RUNNING RACK One mite duh, for Hawaiian
bicd hortes not having a better record than 1.57.
J. Ao Cummin. , g, h. Telephone
Itlue Shirt and Cap,
Move Kamanao g, g, Fonol Mol
Pink and Itlue,
W. W. Cornwell d, r. Crteer
Canlinal and I Hack.
TROTFING RACE. One mile heati, Uit t In 3,
free to all HawaiUnbred IiorMt.
Jamet Dodd b, c Diamond
Wallace Jackson. , g, Jiinmle
7. PRINCESS CUP. Piira-n tjklOO.
PONY RACIOne niite dath, ow to all n.
niej bred tn the Kingdom not over 1 4 hand, hljth. Caleb
W. II. CornHtl g.f. Mollie
Cardinal and IS lack. '
Daniel laOvell Jennie Pckt
William Robinson c. . Trlumnh
ISnk and Rlue.
jv.-KEcipttocrn' cup.-r.iri 4-7.1.
RUNNING RACE-One mile, Uu 9 In 3; free
to all Hawaiian-bred horse.
J. A. Cummins b. ,, Sinnfonl CoJt
Dark lllue Shirt anU Cap.
J. R. Holt, Jr. r. in. Venus
Light Ulue bUrt and Cap,
Moses Kamanao, g, g, pont Mol
Pink ami lllue,
.-GRAZIERS PLATIV-PtiMf HftfJ,
RUNNING RACE'nirceuartrr mile iUh;
free to All HawaUan-brcsJ Ihxmi cars old.
W. II. Cornell ..UtwIMuitu
Cardinal Red and Hlack.
Clarence Macfarlane .. .lt. Mol lie
lllue and White.
S. M Whitman. ,, , g. F)xa
llluc Shirt ami Cats.
J. F. Colburn U g. Iual Rights
Pink and Ulue.
iO.-AMAT.KUP, CUP.-l,r- IJ.
t TR01TING RACiv, Mile heats, best In 3, t.
hatnesa, owners to drive.
Captain Cluny . . . H
' aa. .. . .be h. Tfjbv
W. II. Corjtia.ll g.st)Kk
'UW a,(.'huMat II
I.-LUNAI.1LO II.ATIi-rl'ii-r $73.
RUNNINO KACE-.MItedali open to all hor
leed in the kingdom that lute nrrr run al Kapiolani
W. II, Corn. ell J. g. Creeper
L. .Matrailane,..., ...,.. ..L, g. Darlriir
ISf.-EXrRKSS tl'lH'.-l'iirao $30.
TKO H I NO KACK-Ou. ll. f. i, .11 horae.
tliat luve netcr run In any publii; race.
iX-a-FOOT HACF.-.00 .ds I'Mra. $30.
. .... i., ,a kvoiw. man ,iia ,
W. U Kail
la.lllvYCI.r. lUCE, i mil. .UU, f..r. v.l
M.GKESE IOI.E, I'mmo $V0.
All ruaes jnttreil for lit. above racet will U under
f!uV0' l"1'. "l their tlcsUiun will to
All Huiming Rare, saaw.lt bo umt-r ih. rule. U ihe
-.... .. . noniaioi, I1IHJ atlu Helgtits
All iKaaa lo tarty tldcr.
m.? '1Vil','! o "'ll. l under lU rules U lla.
National liwllng Aaaoclallon,
KlUieJ""' "'"K,J IkaJ-otlUi'triaoIlhely prtf
All hones Hut are told In olt w ill U ivl.d out.
I .riull. o mbi luae. al lU I'aik Iravk tan be ob.
lalnaj froni the aetnlary.
In order tu aecure anj Dulol.ln onler, tu one will to
lbie. on Ih, track ouImu ,h, AaootUllon bojge.
.hkJinMy be obtained from the Ncttury al h, "ik
gruunils lladgstt. ' '
,jtH t"r'U ".! ? ,ua U"J"' ! M llaa SrcieUry'.
onVe before a utkxk r, u. lune mh. 11 .;n .1. ..
i T I , l',oa. oi ine konlmtllee.
!,.. 1.1 .Tv!?!"" ""P"r tuttaiate ftek, En.
oiMI. """, """ ' H ' "4 lk la
At ike call of lb. bell froni ih. Judge'. Haul all
to in. race leojiamme,
ln.U,ot,a.l, weigbtiare In bo catrUJ. kiUar.
id la pteaenca of tin C'onlmilt.e.
coloea b,u u. ..,., .... .. . .
.. ., -r- uw.,M.v,am, aoaact aaMarr, aaatlou Sio
IVUsm.allo.tdUa.il refieuaylBMlllak bavkaM
by kiutbadnir aaalLot. -I.LI, .... t , ' , ,lTt. oVl"'
Uri u laU ots -' " " " '" "
A'o?W!?..'rk4oa. ,. . ,?,
fi;7irirMl",,M "Jf "? ovwai
ADMirrANCE TO THK l-AHK.
ISIAMfUlkt . .
kUdreo (voder to aara of a.),, .
.,-w.ianiet swig t,ratgt ,. ., yK
Alataw. lo U CaJ Sawvl, ..,. , ,,ltM
J. E. WrttAN,tta,y.
1 li'i , .
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toSh Joat.-'for.'.fv ,
kiaJL'itaL ifc. A , v -i-i-i-A&:.'';fi,