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Com Kit ring how tery ffenrrrtMtr ihe rwpulace save
lhm4lTe up to (he preparation for, and th obrtr
nce t4 lh ''fourth, it I not diwppelntlng la our
bmir hot. If HJe fer th time Utnje hai Iweti
tlaci, for tlWe l an eienc of a bcttrr ptrit prr
vaHing that Rie hop of limine MtMty in the near
f hipping rnovemtnu ha 1en frf, the tunvali and
iVparturM of whkh hare l-?.. nearly all with San
fraroco. Ily !h arrival of the (iVnelfC on the 4th,
we hate date to the titt ultimo. rrwn the Hart Fran
cj'tto Biilltiin, emile the folic In ettraci reUtlt-e
to the Import and etport trade Utwren u.
"ltd worthy of note that a lancer value wat lm
puttril from the Hawaiian Utand In May, than from
any rther one vmrce It U alv worthy &f mention that
the value wn one third of the total from all tource for
that month. Thai the Utile Hawaiian fcroup oT1lands
tout the rrtallet kingdom In the world, ti, iw a
talue of ViO.tr, in May. California returned the
compliment to the ettent of endinjr, to the Hawaiian
Ma ml 4 a value of $47,jnofor the name month ' '
'I Vie wai an increase in niertharwlie Impmi (hi jear
fnun China and Hongkong, Hawaiian lland, (ft
many, I'tru, tntih rat Iwliw, Scut land, Ifflarnl,
Fhillifptrte hlandt, and a detrea jth fnnt tA the
other count net with whkh ehaie rommerflal rela
Hon. Of the value of $16,418, sou In mercbndie re
ceived hy ea, $j ot,ream from Clilna and Hong
Vong.Jj, tjS,; from the Hawaiian NUrwU, U,11hr
from Japan, and $1,715,700 from r.ngland.'
Kipottiftincecmrlatt foAti up $;,t9.77. of hkh
the F.Mella loot the (argent nhare, both In quantity and
'I he hteamhip llanlow we leam will, on arrival, le
laid on (x San Fraiwlwu with dispatch. She I now
fully due t
Arrived at J'ort of Honolulu.
Kltauea Hou, Mm, Star, from Kahului.
r mma, uh, from Waianae
Urnr Makee, ftlm, Mclur.alJ, frotu Ktitiai .
VVaimanalo, Mm, Nelson, from Walminito.
fonuelo, Am he tne., Cou.irt, from S. I
I.IVelike, Mm, King, from 1 1 Mo and wa rt
l.ntikai, Klir, from waiama..
I.Iholihu, ch, from Hanamaulu ...
Ill y of Sydney, V M h S, Pearhorn, from Sjd
Itimio, HIIMS. . from Callau
, Am tlcf llcrgmann, from I'orl
Iwalani.Mm, Haiti, fin Kona", Kauand Maataea
Jennie Walker, achr, from I'apaikou
Wailde, M.h, frutn Mahko.. .
Waiehu, uh, from Klpahulu
(iUntl, Uric SS, Sechley, from S. K . ...
Jlau4hpretkeK Arn V.U., rew,frum S. F
II. C. Munay, Amhk, Kink, from S. F. .
Ihua, Mm, lxrenren.fm liana and Molokal
II W Almy, Am tk, rrfeman, from S. F.
KMrtla. Am bk, I'utde, for San Franc tcn June 30
Caiharim, Am I k, HuLhaftl, (r Stn Francisco " 30
Ciiyi.fSydie),l'M b S, l)arln.for S. F. July a
C K Itilwjp, Mm, Cameron for Kauai a
Ktlauei Hou, umr, Sear, for Kahulul. " a
.Mokutn, Mm., Mctiregor, fur Kuulau. ,. . , M a
l,htu. Mm, lAjrttifen, for Mokikaland Hann.. " a
Kauikeaoult, Kh, for llonokaa ' J"
llalenkata, cU,(of IVpcekeo, , "a
Kmma, nh. fur Heela. r " j' " " ' '
Slillnian II Allen, Am hk, UJridgr, for Hong
I ikehke. Mm, king, for llilo and way pjtti. .
U'aimarialo, Mm, Sflon, for H'aimarulo
lamrft Maker, Mcllunald, for Kauai
r hukai, u h, for Waulua
Harniodiut, tier l.k, Slwy, fur (Jania. , .
W 11 Mrjer, Am hgtne. lelany, for S. I'.. .
walani,ftrn, llalr.,fur Maul and Hawaii ..
Merchant Vesielt Now In Pott.
Nonanmjm, (-o)e Anu Ik.
JftlA. Holland Haw. ch
J A FALKiNnt'itG, (ioodiuan. Am. hkinf
lorf, I'rrdiallow . Am. hk
Sr. Lawhpnck, H'eth lint l.k
IIAMMIN, lUsMful lint kliil.
L Ml a Si-htckMS, Irew Am mIi
(oMstK, Cuutiuv . Am I -nine
ttlFNru., Spertht) lliit. Mm
1). C Mukkav Kink . . Am. l.k
I irr Manhail, llergiu.11111 Am. Vk
II W Almv, Fieemaii. . . Am. IV.
I vx, McConiiKk U.SS
ltiNjio, .11. I.J. M. S
Veel Hvpectrd from PorelRit Ports
Mut-nfN, Oer. tk. Canumi Ixksc
Due July 5 to. Hackfeld i Co., Agent.
Naw Yonk. Am. hk. Spartan . .CrotMey
DuvJitU 10-15 CaMle J Cookr, Agent.
I irkKii, lint, l.k. Imp of AKr.ii-stA. ..Dimey
Due Sept. 15. (1. W. MitfatUne &. Co, Agtiitk.
I uninn, ti.i Si, Michael, Itnt S H Hankow.,
Now due (!. W. Macfailune & Co.tpgeut.
livrmiK)!, Itrit Lk. Mallkoaif , . . Kdkin
Hue Sept isao. T. H. I).m & Co., Agent.
Sn I KANtiiK.1), Anu hk. II. W, Almv . . .Freeman
Now due. Castle and Cuukc, Agent.
jn fRANdscu, Am. hktne. Klla . . -Howe
Due July 10-15. C, llrewer & Co., agta.
I'tiM 111 AKH , Am. 4Ch, Cul'KSRK
Due June 10.15. Allen K Uohinvjn, agt.
Uf YHtC, Itrit. Lk. HRNkvjAllM . ,(iltiniore
'luuid early In June. Caule & Cooke, Agenta.
San Fmanci(u, r,u .. 7t.ALANniA . .. .Webber
Due J iijl 7. II Hackftld A. Co., aci.
SVUNKV, 1 M S S, Al'HThAIIA. 'lulloch
Due July 30. II. lUckfrld A. Co., agent.
Sn FmancIko, ikk. Ma mi usA. . HoHard
Due July 37. W (!. Irwin & Co, AgetiU.
NrwCASTir, N. S. V Am. tk., M. KiowiiiT.Srar
lihuii-N. ier. tk. Mazaii an,..,. ,.
UwJiiii; May y. II. I lack ft I J & Co., Agent.
NwCatik, N S W, IlKUFlvm ..
I'okt (Jamiilk Auu tk,., Kmikalu (tatter
leading June it II. Haclfcld &. Co., at.
AwriiMon- I'a-.vd, April sEth, Hawaiian bark lo-
Ian, lloilo, for ralmoulh,
Idterpoid In nrt, June IM, IlritUh nhip Urodict
CaKtle, lor Honolulu, vu liieinrn.
'I he American trigantine Hesperian, Wiiutlng, hence
arrived at San I'edro, June 14th.
'I he llrilUh hhiit Shandon discharging; at the O, fi.
S. Ca'awluif. Her cargo i turning out well
The American hark. Nonantum i taking ballast at
'I he lUiudi UrlSt. lurencc Udnhargiug coal at
the foot of S. S. l.ikchkc wharf.
'I he American tatk. Llrxie Marvhatl U diclurgiug
lumber at the foot of Fort Mreet.
'IhlAmeikaii Lark Hope ha been hauled up on the
railway for reuiiR.
I he V, M. S. S. Zralandia will te due from San
rianciuthi r.w with ioda liter new.
I he I1. M. S. . Cit of S)Uney anied Monday
A.M. from Sydnr) , and tailed name day for San trail
I he American haikentine Jane A. Falktnturg ha
hauled in to the old CuMum Houe wharf, where she it
now loading for ban rruticUco, id Mil in a few day.
'I he American tern KxccMur, hence, armed at IVxt
uwiiritu, june um, anu Amertcau taik Keterc, Alc
lni)re, hence, arried June 13th.
(he tarkcntuie Malay, whkh put Into Auckland In
MiMirna, iui urrn icMirca, anu MileU Alay loth, Tor
Dlailrr Tho uthMUirr ITHama un Wt t II,.,- n
the morning of the abilmf June, ty the parting of her
(rumtatle. SU a uutully Injured, and waOMiitd
J .11 . ,), (V fUUIIIUll.
Iht following rcpMt lut teen icceied from the
whaling tlert up lo April roth IheOrvn had o bar-irUr-pcrm:
lUKiJere, 315 tairrU; Hrclwiug, 350 Ur
iel, and the MaUl, So lwrrtU--.WJ.
I h laik Templar, Capiaut I'uuUm, pacd the pOM
latSunda, and on Monda, the Laptain landed at
Waianae. to iro(.urc Truh. nr. II. ,.iR. ..i..
fuun New CMle, N S. WUund toSau FranvUco. J
lh AmeiUan uhouuer CUua SpreckeK arrived from
Sitn I raikiM.11 uu I hun-iay Ut, au.) lu dovktd at lU
loot of roil Mretli l, die u now dmharging, Cup
lam Diew, ai of lU Conwiekj, and forutnU of the
Ivuiare, i in cihuiiuihI.
the llniidi u earner lilenel aiied fiuut San Fran-
ihv about a a. m onll.c ,th itiuji.t, audcnuird the
haibor wiihoui a pilot, and without iuintirwiiiit the
1ak i.hvui.t, M Uought a mad drum SauTran.
1IMT0, Id June tttl,
Iheicwai a tiiuitnv uti-Kur.t tl ). uk.i..
l.uottu, UiMam Keflj. ouMarihtad, luiin whuh
the vajitaiu kltot Jolm Madden Oik of thLicw. Cap.
uui Kell U nu in all Fianuwu. awailiug knytion
the I'mieJ Stale authentic may deem neAaij
Iht WikaiiUk D. C Munay arrived un 'Umr
da) froiu Sau riamiwu, and thxked at Hier & Co.k
u4ii. wnriv Mien no uiciMiging a general
ftwa Sau Haikim.0. Slic U comuunded thU lifi
I he AwerVanbttgauimeCutivrVka aimed Um Sun.
da Irotu San riaiMu, In couiuuiul of Captain
Cvumii, Utt ofiheKliootMrCtmSorrvkek She ha
dotted i the rlplaiude opiktethe Cuaom Houm,
wUn ttU dmhargmg an wilrd cargo. Shtie
turiiv to Sau r unciuu rail) it wetU
'! f4Unm vewU heme, aiilvedat Sau Krarwiwu
k pbw lout uhf tUimau lutk C H. Htdiuu
Walter. V M, b, k AaUndu. Wetter, ijth, Amu
Un taikcutuie hureka. l.ee, American M.hoMnrr Ida
Hhiuuer, HoUttMW torn Kahului; wiK, Auiciican
logamuie (. Irwin, luruei, ijth. Ameiivan U.n
J, C loid,luiraiht; in!;, AmerkaiiUiktutine Du
From Sau Fianuwo, per CUnelg, Julj 4-. h Chlu
liotu AuvkUud and Sjtnc), per City v( Sjdnej,
luly j7Mr MWett, 1'Aslu, W lUrUk. U
Flu hn CrukiKu, ftt I) t Muiiav, lulv I' K.
Mu. KWbh.iwv, EHillum, MTlUVV, A A
tt .Uu uJ lft. A A U JK It J W..I.
frvm S.B Ki.ucIku, r Cuiu,U, Jul- l -J A
IUvu,.r, if .aj (tautf (,), Wt M A lluiuu lilr
K.iu.1. J lluUf , 7 tJiilt-h. "
. !' S Kluct, tt CuUna, Juu, yst- J oL
Ml. IfoctU ,
Km .Via KniKtm, tiCiiyv( iJiy, lalv , W
JouS J H hiuv. inJ il., Mi, iMikk li if lulun, K
.U k.ir.U KoitnluU, U Ho.uU ud lf, Mi.CJ
Ha, I tnd i-hUJ, M (i4il,nkci(, Mlu I lh.il, A I'lMI,
wil. nJ tibiUmi, T lulouu, A uWi, v, iul
WJ.kl"inl,0,WU. Mi lluulmtt utj !,
J-"" "u "J Mi S W Mm wkl clulJ,
nnmmiw. m,, , uit,, ail OlUUin, Ml IM.l, Ml
.SulnuJit,, Mnllouorwadaiu.lti. Ura Kb
vf h 1U' V Wullcii. Iliu A M)U.
Okw, J ft,, jfWk,WII.B, CHmiw,
Afcralismwn, P. Smnh V
IK.Mttex I S kirn.
J l-aron, J M-tami F
I ore, J liIsni -
Haii - In Sin rranrfwo, California, June 17th, Ale
andcr Hall, a native f Ireland, agd fi jrarv
Mr Hall wa father of Mrv jarne 1 White, non
resident of Hnnolala wh depart ett from here on the
lai t earner hutim! for San rrancivco, eipnting toee
her father alie. ahehad len reported erytfV
Mr Hall had Wen on hit way to Honolulu, havini
arcomplnhed two third of hi long jmirne) from New
York, eepetting to n hi lat day with hi living
daughter Peace to hi ahe1 Ne York and
Canada paper pirate top) J
SATURDAY, JULY ;, iMj."
nmn .viMinritir.s i o.vx.svo.v
In regard to thecrimin.il romluct of D.ivM
C'nmninRbitrg, who, until thcil.iy of lii enn
victinn, wat ImliliiiR iftice under (;ocrnh)eiit
at lioid SupiiviMir iii-l'liicf nf die itl.ind of
Mnwi, nc indnrte the Mateinent of our con
lrinxrary tin- (iaretlr, lliat tlic adminitlratinn
hiil Innp Ixcn in pottettlon'of the factt wlilcli
Ifil to hit comictlon. Full ell the tmcrii
ment knew tint the nnn they erc cmpln)iii;
at n enmrnnn forcer. Hit tworn confession
of the criin.- which he had committed, made
before the hittrict Jtntice of MaLawao, at
known throughout the itlandt almost immedi
atcly ihcrraficr, )et he wat nlloucd to hold
osition until the my day of hit trial. Nut
only tliii, lull he hat continued to lc the in
timate nf the minister of the interior and of
the Mnj. And, In the face of this, shall we
wonder at ('rowninnliurg' sanguine ctpec
tation III it llir ro)al clemency wilhiid him In
further ilcfcalinR llie erils of justice. 'I he
Hicr of iardon lies uilli the Uncand piliy
coi.ncil should a majority of that council
decide to realize the expressed cxpectationt of
a felon, then rnuleccnt man will longer remain
m isi: ,tsi oriiKitmsn
"I should think, said one of the liest and
brightest of Honolulu's citizens, "that if the
'opposition' should put am hundred names
in a hat and shale them up a while, it could
not possibly draw the names of three men so
conspicuously unfit to hold Cabinet office as
arc the three who now hold it." And let.
"while cscri the least splinter of the wreck of.
the existing ministry" remains, the opiwtitinii
will be upheld by the sentiment it loiccs in
withholding the names of its candidates, from
theicnomout malice of those who are now
There are doubting Thomases who gird at
the rash opposition because it calls a spade a
spade, and declines to accept a throne and
Mcplrc, official uniforms, a mile or more o(
red ti"c, a few kuiuds of decorations and a
bulky catalogue of official designations in lieu
of royalty, majesty, prestige and power. These
are the men who skulk along the skirmish line
of progress, holding up their hands in the
pauses between thetollcys, and crjing with a
loud loicc, "lor God's sake, gentlemen, don't
shoot." And it is a striking commentary upon
their sincerity and good faith that they manage
always to secure enough loaies anil fishes lo
assuage their grief,
There are some timid souls in Honolulu who
hae taken exception to remarks in our last is.
sue. It is gratifjing to be able to say that
reports from gentlemen who haie visited Maui
and Hawaii, recently, assure us that our course
and our utterances in supmrt of it meet with
approval there, possibly because the evil effects
of the conduct of the administration arc more
apparent there. We arc satisfied that the radi
cal wing of llie; npo-.ition is numerically
stronger than any other part) in the outer dis
tricts. It U not s.i)ing too much to affirm that
the administration is represented in the outer
districts by the men who are sharers in the
profits of administration jobbery, and by no
The timid ones, while they admit the truth
of our strictures, question the propriety of our
criticism. In reply to those who, like an ex
cellent ex-editor of our acquaintance, hold lint
the kingly, office should lie exempt from criti
cism, we hate just this to say: Vc claim to be
as one with those who are willing to accord the
fullest respect lo the kingly office, and to the
popular institutions and patriotic stntiment in
which it is founded, but while wcjx-spcct llie
office, we hold the man who occupies it re
Rjionsihlc to bis n-oplc for the proper exer
cise of his kingly function.
When the editor of thi Advertiser was away
on Maui, some 'prentice hand was crmilled lo
print a silly editorial about the fourth of July,
which probably had something lo do with keep
ing many away from the exercises at the Ha
waiian Hotel grounds. Mr. Daggett, whose
journalistic gorge must bate risen under his
defender's defense, may well exclaim, in the
well-known lines of the late Mr. Souicliody,
"Heaven preserve us from our friends t"
The Fourth of July celihralion was a sue.
cess, for many leasons. There was a slning
uiij at work lo carry it out. A committee,
fairly rcprescntatiie of all classes in the com
munity, had it in charge, and worked with
intelligent real to carry out a reasonable and
sufficient programme. A majority of the
American community thought best to ask the
American minister lo preside over the literary
exercises. In hi doing they acted according lo
their convictions. A minority, also acting ac
cording to conviction, prepared to stay away
from the celebration ra,ther than tiarticipatc in
an affair presided over by an official with whom
iney weie thoroughly out of sympathy. In
lint disagreement there was ample play for an
honest difference of opinion. Many gentlemen
quietly staved away. There was no orgaulrcd
opposition made. Several private affairs, in
no way inteifering wjlh the commillee pro
gramme, were carried out Ly those who did not
attend the regular exercises. And candor on the
part pf those who did attend ought to compel
the admksion that ainung th Americans eon
tpicuous for their absence were jut as repre
sentative, just as honest, Just as reputable, just
as Amciican-AmeiU-ant as are any of us who
were in hc "whoop up,"
The office of American Minhlct resident is
one that every American is Iwuiul lo honor.
The occupant of lhai position may or may not
uv auimr wie respeci irul Is ilue his ollice.
Is Mr. Uaggell deservim; nf that resin-it?
The Saturday I'ress, since the writer lus lieen
conncvled with ii, lias not made a disrespectful
auusKi to the piescm minister. It males
none now, Hut when jhe topic it a live one,
when the community Is divided upn it, when
iccimg uo tun nigh, aiul the lulace tvartv
males (.ublic last of the intimate st niiiathy of
tne American repiesentative hcie, it would 1
a dullcjej exxaent of American opinion who
rclusevl to notice il.
And now a word of personal explanation i
Last Tuesday, the writer called oil the orator
of the day and requested to, first uw of hit
manuscript, To this Doctor Huth awnlcd.
asking that no equal lights of other uper be
infiiiigeJ, and leaving that, as a matter of
course, lo the good faith of the writer, who
fully explained the nSiari situaliou here,
C firw( P Jn.in J Hurl in gum, V T
j Fn,, W N Macify J Meyrr, I Sn
i SUh.lir.tt, J II ll.trr-on. N Ahraharn
i Andtrvr, A pei.ii Ami hiiY J K Me;
aKrccinK according lo the custom obtaining,
to furnish r irrected proof slips lo Imtli Ilulle
., l . ,. , .. ... . . .
.iin ano iviivcruscr in time lor tncir .-satuniay
ctlitlons. Jhe understanding was perlcctly
frank, and perfectly satisfactory. In the or
dinary jog trol of Honolulu newtpaprrdom the
following Saturday would hate !ccn early en
migli for the publication of an) stmjlar nddrcts,
Hut the proprietor of the Adicrliscr's debts,
clutching with drowning tignr al the straw he
Imagined a log, thought he a the way clear
lo pull wool over the eves of his reading con
slilucncy by parading his Hawaiian-American
ism in Ihe rocatc glow nf star-spangled sun
lieams. Il was a blessed opportunity, and
beautifully wat il improved.
The machinery wat set on foot nlmul as
follows; Mr. Hayselden wtis instructed lo
secure the oration. On being asked for hit
copy, llftclor Itnlh explainetl the situation,
Mr. Ha)seldcti, with gentlemanly fairness,
withdrew. So far as Mr. (iilrson's proper
preventative wat concerneil, the matter rested.
Hut Mr. (iilison't sudden burst nf "enterprise'
had a more pertinacious agent than Mr. I lav
scldcn. That agent was His Kxccllency Knllin
M. Haggclt, American minister resident and
president nf the da). Al hit request, at the
nominal mouthpiece of Ihc whole assemblage,
but nt the actual mouthpiece of I lit Excellency
Waller M. fiibsOn, Doctor Kitlh requested the
writer lo waiic hit right Id the Ms, As a
iicwspaier man, Mr, Daggett ought lo baic
known the usage in such matters. Il was a
clear" beat." Ily Ihc lulc obtaining in almost
ever) newspaper community, Ihc Press was in
lltlcd to itt advantage. -No one's rights would
have l.ccn Infringed. The other papers would
have had an equal chance with the I'ress.
And its advantage consisted merely In "not
letting them get ahead " of it. So said Mr,
Whitney, so agreed Messrs. Iluckland and
Hayselden of the Advertiser. So held the
representatives of the other papers. And Iht
unjust ami ungciltlcmaiily interference of Mr
Daggett would have lieen disregarded if
Doctor Kulh had not requested the waiving of
an undoubted right at a personal favor.
As contractors are being paid off In govern
ment IkiihIs ami have been offering Ihein on
the market at 90 cents. What is lo hinder
Ihe government making a profit of 25 per cent,
by b;i)lng Ihcm up with their new coinage,
worth S5 cents on the dollar? This money
making scheme may not have suggested itself
to the minister of finance. We make no charge
for Ihe suggestion.
We cordially Indorse the appointment of
Maj. Charles T. Gulick as secretary of Ihe
hoard of health.
Trjt ttml Catttmrttl fruitt Ihf .tilrei tlMrr,
One of the best evidences of a well estab
lished government is shown in the full per
mission tint is accorded to an unscrupulous
press to be occupied with abuse only.
True, Uriah, Ihc goat that buttcth not his
head against a stone wall-is a wise goal. Hut
the opposition of the stone wall to Ihe goat is
undoubtedly irksome while Capricnrnut con
tinues lo hold Ihc fort.
The newspaper scold and the iourmlisiic
hue and cry have no hindrance ; there need be
no check but the check that may be occasioned
by public opinion.
And public opinion it so conspicuously on
Ihe right side that Ihc firm of I Jeep & Co. has
its trouble for its pains.
And, as sometimes, nubile oninion is ran-.
less or indifferent, the press scold and tilifier
is allowed free scone to give vent lo the
venom nf his thouilitt. which, allhnur-h in.
capable of moulding nr shaping any opinion,
satisfies a certain sensational taste and
It may not lie " moulding or shaping any
opinion to lead decent people lo agree that
you are a nuisance and ought to be indicted as
such, Uriah ; but il comes so near it that
there's no fun in it, Uriah.
A sulislantial opposition maintained by men
of knowledge ami experience, and dealing in
facts and correct arguments must necessarily
have an influence ; but when paltry men, mere
amateurs in Ihe handlinc of tuns and tin-
journalistic pen, lash themselves into a heat as
would-le relormers and renovators
Pardon the interrupting, Mr. Ileep, but
what do )ou mean by " mere amateurs in Ihc
handling of type-i and the journalistic -n?"
v, 011 knoiv, and the community Uiows, ami
you know that it knows, that )ou "give aw.i)"
your own shop when )ou tall; nlmul amateur
journalism. The proof of the eating is in the
pudding, Uriah, and )ou arc Ining lo satisfy
the pulihc with the pudding bag. In the Ian
guage nf the camp, old son, "It won't wash."
They merely serve to amuse Ihe careless
cuiosity we have referred to, ami do not, in
any sense, manulacttire any public opinion, do
not establish any platform of principles or help
to organirc an) thing like a parly.
In Ihe sweet mahoie Ihe naughty oposilinii
will argue it with )ou, from the outside turn
ley's wicket, Mr. Hcep.
This is fully illustrated in the condition of
tilings here. 1 hese noisy, scolding, xilifving
amateurs of the press that have la-en U-lching
denunciations and prophet) ing "political
earthquakes" for a )ear past are doing the
same thinu now and with the same i-fieri ii
has noliasis in truth or in the convictions of
Ihe masses or the eoplc ; it is a dicordsUit
din and nothing more. Vi tfnreira iiiliit.
Thai is In say, Mr, Ileep i A i.uini t,,a,
fttirftasMi ; or, in other words, )ou are pro-
fauely near Ihe end of jour rope.
JIOHK .lIOIT TIIK VOIXAIIK.
Klinnit Saturday I'rs.ss -Sir I notirnl
)our quotation from my teller lo )ou on the
coinage question. The profits on the coinage
of silver seemed so ridiculously high, thai )ou
hatdl) gave me credit for veracity or corretl
information, if 1 may use the latter expression.
I enclose a clipnine from a lale London K'.
at a collateral prool of my figures.
I he profits of silver coinage. Ihe rapiil,
and continuous fall in recent )cars in the rnar-
.ci puce 01 snvcr, nas raised 111 a curious way
Ihc profit made by Ihe mini on the silver coins
wmen, as is well known, remains nf the same
weight and fineness under all variations in the
intrinsic value of the metal. In 1S70, the
profit wat only 9 iwr ccnt.j In 1S75, It was 18
per crnl.j while at present it is about iS per
cent. Itioncvrar, il was even higher, i.
in 187S, when il was jHf wr cent. In 1&J1,
Ihe total gains of the mini on the coinage ol
silver reached the large sum of 166,823"'
I also noie thclupcof theamtver of the
minister of finance in his reply lo )our queries.
Vour letter lo him wasopjonune, to say Ou
tcast, as all business men are inirirsiisl nml
all intelligent cituent should be. It is a pity
that at this juncture a person more hi did not
occupv the nositimi of minister of fioin,-.. f,.
Ihe prospect are thai a shock is 10 lie dealt to
ine currency 110111 which the riHiiiliy is not
likely 10 ret-over speedily. Locke Mist
".Money being Ihe counterbalance loall things
purchasable bv il. as much as von iA- r......
olTlhe value of money, so much vouadd lolhe
price of ihe thing exchanged for it" This
should U-an answer to an) one who says, tluvl
as l.mg a he gels a dollar's worth for atto;K
Il Is i.iiiiis,...!.! 1.. I.I... ..1... .. : ....
" V M",wl " ,,u" wiuusv image or SUtnr
scriHion It hears, bhould llie new llasvaiiai
coinage iit in an ajitieataoce slmtly, the sen
dors of exchange will soon oiien Ihe eve of the
vscsotK,f that article when they come 10
present at the counter 'chi" which are
iuisi outsKic 01 nawaii net at 7$ cenls on the
dollar. As loot? tulhccivuntrv I. tiv-....r.,l
the treaty lasts, and the lialanie of trade is In
our ravor, tne inherence will not lie seriously
fell, but we can noi rouiit on continued fair
wind, and when Ihe time cunir; to ship UUr
Hawaiian "chi" iiiayment for goods, per.
haps the owners of them will v.-L,. ., ,.. ....
aliulion that the difference U nnnrJLt s...i.
ous. and will devoutly wish they had proleicd
against (he coinage.
WsISAu, Juneati, Wj. -1
tiii: roi.if.sio.v r koiiii.j. T
The planters and mill owners met the stu'ar
commissioners ver) pleasantly at Kohala, on
the 29th ultimo. A luncheon was served nt
the Kohala ( lub rooms, al which about twenty
four gentlemen, cither planters or mill owners
of Ihc Kohala and contiguous districts, were
present, together with Hon. O. I.. Spaulding,
linn. A. 1. Tingle and Mr. J. K. Scarlet nf
Ihc commission t and Messit. F. P. Ailunt
and J. O. ( artcr nf Honolulu, 'ihc tables,
profusely decoraled with flowers, were placed
In Ihe form of a T. Doctor Wight, in virtue
nf being Ihc oldest planter presenl, presided;
at hit right sat (meial Sjiauldinir, at lilt left
Mr. Scarlet. Al General Spauhling's rlghl
sal Mr. Adams, nt Mr. Scarlet' left, Mr.
Tingle. 'I he entertainment was all that Ha
walian hospitality anil Kohala caleting might
suggest. 'Ihe repast began al I2:.10.
On off ring Ihe first loasl, tlic chairman
welcomed the. commissioners, expressed hit
gratification that the inquiry wat begun and
hoped thai the commissioners had mcl ami
would continue to meet full cn-oiernllon in
their search, from every planter, manufacturer
and shipper on the islands.
After a Unit of banter lietween General
Spanlding and Mr. Scarlet as to who should
male ihc tejil), llie former rose and said
"'Ihe coiiiinitnion Ins been sent lo present
facts and not lo draw conclusions," The
frank and cordial assistance of nil concerneil
in Ihe Hawaiian sugar business, H-rtnitling in
spection of private liools, etc., had assisted
the commission grcntl). lie had but one fault
lo find j on one point the islanders had been
lamentably reticent. "'Ihc place at which
those Manilla and Chinese sugars are landed
has never been )inkil out " (laughter),
Mr. J, O. Carter, licing called uxm to tell
the commissioner where Ihc landing place
really wat, taidr "My task it a good deal like
that of Ihc man who wat given a liung-lmle
and asked lo build a cask around II," As he
did not believe a single iHiiind nf foreign
sugar hail ever lccn landed on these islands
ror reshipincnl to han Irancisco, the landing
nlaLc or Ihe ifi)lhical sugar might very well
he represented by the bung-hole of the Ii)ki
Mr. Searles spoke at some length, .i) ing,
in the course of much cbelli.1t wat Interesting!
"(icnllcnicn, for morelhan a tear jsist no one
connected with the refinery interests In tlic
Unilcil States has believed the teporlt of the
fraudulent introduction through llawnii.111
)ortt or In Hawaiian vessels of either Manilla
or Chinese sugars. lint, as the charge had
been liladu, of course the commission had to
lake II into consideration." in regard to the
grades of sugar entered tint) free, the gentle
man saidt "I find )ou are not sending any
heller grades lo Portland and San Francisco
than j ou sent before llie treaty." lie then
went on to say, "The misunderstanding upon
that point arose from the introduction into the
treaty of the words 'Muscavado bruwnt ' and
'other sugars in the markets of Portland and
San Frapcisco.' Now 'Muscavado browns'
are known lolhe trade as sugars 'made in
open train and purged in hogsheads,' what is
leftover being known at 'refining sugar. ' I
know, from ieroiial interviews with congress
men thai the words 'Muscavado browns' or
'refining sugar' was what they meant by 'Ha
waiian sugars' when the) passed the treaty
Mr. Tingle said that his speech might be
condensed into the German aphorism "I also."
After Doctor Thompson and others had
soken briefly, Ihc entertainment btnl-c up in
order to give the gentleman of the commission
an opportunity to isit Hart's and Ihc ll.1l.1u a
'; oTiniit i.vi.vs.
.Mr. Malle) it bus) getting up lumber for
On June 2SU1 a petition was sent to Ihe
minister of the interior, askinrj him not lo
grant a license lo mm. Ihc petition, which
was signed b) two hundred and two persons
of both sexes, was secured through the efforts
of the following committee: Mrs. I.uiher
Severance, Mrs. F. S. I.) man and Mrs. S. I..
A Wailuku correspondent writes thai il is a
well known fact there, llnl a prominent ex
government official now in that town is a leper.
In the correspondent's laiifuai'e: "I think tin,
shcrijfof Maui ought.to take him lo Molokal.
lie will not stay liy lumseir. I lie other noon
he went into a Chinese eatintr place and sat
down at the public table. It was a disgrace
lo think that a leper should eat at a public
table, but what ilidtheriilnamancaie? All that
he wanted wast went vfive cents for the dinner."
lies. II. P. I laker, nf llilo. came back from
his trip on June 21st, very tiled. From Mauna
I.oa he was not able to go In Mokiiaweoweo.
Water was not lo be found along the route.
He went to Ihe crater where the last flow canie
from in 1SS0 and liSl: there Is now smoke
and steam issuing from it. He came near
losing his way on returning. Walked the whole
distance from the crater to llilo over the last
flow for forly-five miles, with guide carrying
blankets, food and small tent. Water verv
much wanted by them.
At Mahulona, on the nicht of lime aird.
the attention of some of her ncighlmrs weie
attracted hy the screams of a woman in a
house, and, bursting in llie door which she had
not thought to unlock, the) found her standing
silent, with one hand upon Ihe wall, enveloped
in llames. It is impossible to net al the exaci
facts In the case, she bavin? lieen alone in llw
house, with her child three months old. Hut,
from her beint. covered with oil, it may lo
surmised that the lamp exploded or wat acci
dentally broken, .She was terrible burned.
completely over, and survived but a short lime
after the arrival of the doctor. The child, al
though not liadly Imrucd, was dead when
found, apparently strangled by the heal of the
flames. The woman's husliand was absent.
While Mr. Preston and Lieutenant llrowti
were nt Lahaina, 011 (icniluluiii oliservalion
duly, Ihevorisinbu-il a trio lo Olnwatu-rmtpr.
This wonderful depression in the hills fulls-
cquajs the much belter known Wailuku valley;
and is in many features more beautiful as well as
more impressive. 1 1 is perhaps three miles
long and nearly as wide. It is almost com
pletely surrounded by precipitous walls, from
two to lour thousand feel high, lis interior is
densely wooded with koa, kulul and (ihia
trees. The trip is not an easy one, but may be
made with mules or sure-footed horses through
Ii narrow gorge which breaks from the valley
about four miles from Ihe coast, reaching the
ocean nlmtu seven miles soutlr of t.aliaiiia.
Wheulnlier known, this valley .ought lo at
tract visitors from all parts of the world.
Mr. Henry Turton's plantation and mil! al
Lahaina have been placed in a most satisfac
tory condition hy recent improvements. Farly
last soring a 30-inch gauge railroad was com
pleted four and a half miles ninth ("mm il-
nilll to a point alxiut lialfa injle beyond lllack
Rock, at a Iota! cost of $2J,ooo. Ily means
of this road, chlell), the entire crop was
brought lolhe mill 111 six weeks, the usual
lime consumed King nearly six iiionths. The
laUir saving hat been veiy great, twenty cans
and one hundred and liftv vole nfiiun Inii,,..
been dispensed Willi. Sir, Turton Is about lo
extend hit track to the south end nf Ijil.nlm
When this is done all ihe fields wil1 reached
by ihe cane trains-, which will run on portable
switch tracks. The road so far built has been
substantially laid. A visitor mention malinp
Ihe trip from lllack Kocl to Cocoanut Grove,"
about three miles, in ten minutes, the engine
naming iwcivc cars oi cane.
U.I lift Kl.lt's TIME.
KtlllOK SAlllkllAV I'llKSS Sir- Tl...
sporting cdilnrof the Hullelin, if such a vt
son Is employed b) thai iapcr, occasionally
gets rather mixed. pvihas he docs not know
what he it talking about, but it does not mailer
much aii)how. In reference to Ihe statement
made by the llulleliq of the 291 h ultimo, 1
would say lli.it General Garfield's time at d
tvvo-)car old was not 1. 52, bill 1,53 (nude in
the race with I lance.. k on jhe 4.th of Jul),
""Wi ' a linee-jear-oiil, llnl I, .IS, lull 1. 49,
again with Hancock on the tub of June,
IB.S2. Ahy one w ho wat on Ihe wurse on the
18th of June must have known thai Gaiheld's
ll..... I.. .1. . .1 I I. -. f.l t ,- a . 1
me 11, uictu--.il neai wmi i-ingiimi, jt, , was
y-f' "" "" i-Wi. 1 "i spurting or
fighting item,, why doesn't Ihe Hullelin get
some one who knows a horse from" a hand
spile ? . ,
, Nature is the master i-f laleiil genius is (he
ma. ler of nature.
When Is a vcijctalile? not ,ttirlaMc ? Wl.tn
It jt ihat juu caulillowrr.
llie Slaiklara Oil VVwls lit Jefsi-y CU)',
New Jcixy, luvc lo-n Ihiiiiis); Umt, i,yx,.
There are? now iwtlv li-i.lv.tJ'r itfialdIhiiiA--l.
In Cutsstuc Mrlliu-; ibcuoly ((-i-tui-vue mm. In
ta-ra usaf c -fer tUif.
.11 niK.ui: r of nr .iri.r tkhv. its-.
At the oriental? of the lulv term of the tn
prcme court on Monday last, after the engrossed
resolutions passed by Ihc liar relative lo the
death nt Sir. Il.1rn.11d had lieen presented lo
Ihe court by Mr. Preston, one ol Ihe com
mittee on engrossment, the same gmtleman
expressed his desire to call llie attention nf the
con it In another mailer, and that was the fact
nf the publication nf the testimony of Mr. S.
K. Kaai, at taken livfore Judge Austin, in re
ference lo the estate of Keelilolani, deceased.
This had Ken published in Ihe Salurdiy
I'rest of Saturdav last, and he thoindit its imb.
liealion unwarrantable, inasmuch nt It was
evidence thai might never lie used Iicforc coiiit
in anyeasc ; aiultliat if any case should arise
invotvint? the subiecl matter nf tl ipttinwmv.
then such previous ihlication would lend to
prejudice the rase. He did not siipn)se that
Ihe paper which published it had done so from
any sinister motive, but from a mere desire to
lurnlsh news to its readers. He thought, how
ever, that wat an alTair the cnurl should not
pass without notice.
The iliief nut ire said that immcdiaUlv uim)
reading ihc publication he hail enquired of
counsel ami other oihccrs lonncilctl with llie
court, at o how the information had lieen ob
tained, mid had found thai they had not lieen
instrumental In any way in furnishing Ihe
matter published, lie said that some reporter
happened lo be present nt Ihe bearing, and
had taken the evidence down. He supposed
that no harm had Ik-cm meant, but lli.U it had
been published .11 a mere matter of news. I te
aereed with Mr. Preston as 10 the improiuielv
of ihc act, and liiqied its like would not occur
again I It It should, some inlcrlcrcncc would
be called for upon the Pail of Ihe couil.
Should n suit arise, requiring the testimony of
o. is. jsuiu 111 leiercncc 10 111c estate reierren
to, il would not be thai evidence that would
'Ihe remaining portion of the day wat
occupieil lielwcen counsel and the com!, in
arranging Ihc business of Ihe session. '
Tuesday, the Jrd instant, certain prisoners
were allowed lo plead. Among these were
Francisco lerievia, rape; Kim I.nch, China
man, charm-d with unhcilcmcnt! Juav Out'.
charged with lienisc-breaklng and larceny of
jcvveiiy rroiu llie premises 01 air, ?. .Magmn,
pleadeil guilty and wassenltnce-d to two )e-ars'
hard labor ami $100 fine. On Ihe same da)
it wfis nrranged that the demurrers in ihe
several llliel cases should be heard on Satur
day (lo-tfa) ). 'Ihc latter part of the forenoon
and the afternoon were devoted lo the hearing
of the libel suit brought against the steamer
Madras by the Isiard of health to recover
fl.ooo as quarantine expenses. Iiidginenl
reserved. F. SI. Hatch for plainlill, and 1
Preston for the agents.
Wednesday, being the -lh of July, no cases
were heard, and the Hawaiian jury were called
lo attend on Thursday lo heal the ctoivli pro
Thursday, the 5th, was heard the case of
Ihc crown against Kaubane-, se-cond male of
the steamer lnalaui, charged with maiming,
having assaullce! a seaman and caused the loss
of anc)c Assault and battery was proved,
but no malicious intent lo maim, and a verdict
of " not guilty " rendered by Ihe jury after an
absence of four hours. On the same day llie
case of the crown against Joseph Woodward,
charged with burglary of Ihe drug store of
Messrs. Hollister V Co. on I'utt street, In
this case the evidence was purely circum
stantial but well connected, and the iuiv.
after an absence of an hour, rcturncel a verdict
ol "guilty;' sentence reserved till next da).
Austin Whiting for the prosecution, John
Kusscll for the defense.
Friday, the tith, Joseph Woodward, sen
tenced to iS months' imprisonment and hard
laW, Same day was tried the case of the
crown against lona cnthezrlement of govern
ment money to tne amount 01 $700.
viiotrjrjxaiiirnri s roxmssiox.
SIakayv'ao, January 2, 1SS2.
Statement nf I). Crowningburg In le-gard to
certain drafts, lalen and sworn to belore me
lius da) :
March 17, 18S2. Draft No. Si, in favor of
Kulona, four head of cattle, $100. 'lint
draft was indorsed by inc.
April 16, 1SS2.- Draft No. 100, in favor of
Kapiuho, seven cattle, for $200. This draft
was indorsed by me.
Aptil 2,, 1SS2.-Draft No. Ill, in favor of
Kama, $110. '1 his draft was indorsed by me.
April 20, iSSj.--lhall No. 113, in favor nf
li. llelshua, for $50. Indorsed by me.
April 9, 1.SS2. -Drafts in favor of Kealalio,
No. 114, for $250, mid No. 115, for $255.
Itoth inelorsed b) me.
.May 19, 1SS2. -Draft No. 120, in favor of
Kaoliilu, for $90. Know- nothing of il.
June 7. 1SS2. Dralt No. 135, in favor of
Kapua, for $jo. I wrote Kapua's name for
him. (Signed) 1). Crowis;iniiU.;i..
Subscribed to before me t'liis 2d day of Jan
uary, 1SS2, and sworn to before ine (his eth
day of January A. D. 1SS3.
(Signed; W. F. Mobsman,
District Justice, Makawao.
SIakawao, January 2, 1SS2. "
Statement of D. Crowninburg In legaul lo
cciiaui accounts, curieni, suuvciiikii and sworn
to before me :
In recarel lo C. K. Kanule's nccounl. I
made out false- returns, selling sixteen cattle
.um leuiiiiuig eigui, ami so 011.
In regard to young 1 lee's account, 1 au
thorized John Richardson lo sell cattle and
make returns lo me. 1 i-oi ihe iiiom-e- fi,,m
John Isicharilson; six or eight were sold.
in regaril to ihi s account. I sold him Tour
or five cattle and made no return,
I sold Slakee hone (C. II. Slakec S. Co.).
The entry Slay 13, 1SS2, for two slceis; there
Is no truth ill the charge.
The item of $St. for Slieel. there was .mk
a purchase of one heifer; none of cow- and calf
or three heirert. I sol, ,v ,ijrS ,,f 'iolll j,
to Sain Van for $3. I kept tlic mone) elrawu
in faor of Nauhuli myself. 1 took the mone)
from the firm in favor of Kauonolii and kept it.
1 have no mortgages from the parties whose
protested notes are in Hrewer .V Coiniiam '
In regard lo the money paid me by J. Rich
ardson, I h.e given an account of llie money
to the supreme court,
I can give no account of my affairs in regard
to my txvoks, ns 1 have kept none, except
notes; luirneil my Ixioks when 1 was going Id
Honolulu; Ha)selden'k biH is in my wife's
dunk in Honolulu.
I sold . Kichardsnn fifty head o( call le, or
uioie, in Wailuku, bought horn Ltiahinn) can
not recollect the dale.
J. Uichaiibiin holds twenty )oung heifers;
no brand of ours on them; I hoy were given ns
commissions. I have no business now, di
rectly or indirectly, with John Uichardson.
Neither he or 1 owe each other, Can't lell
when I sold him my own callle; think it was
m May, June or July, 1882. Did not sell my
daughter s callle lo him. "
(Signed) D. CunwNiNiaiUHc,
Mltiss.iihril to define tne Ihls ?d .liv nf
January, to8j, ami sworn lo 1-efore ine Ibis
5in nay in January, 1SS3.
(Signed) . V. F. SIossvian,
District Justice, SIakawao.
I hereby certify thai ihe almve is a true copy
of Ihc confession made and filed in Ihe case of
trie Mug vs. 11, Lrowmnbiirg. Attest my hand
and the seal of the Second Judicial t'lreuil
Court this 17th day of June, A. D. tSSj.
I'-S-J Wit. O. ATM A ILK,
Cleik Circuit Coiitt, Second Circuit.
If aii)Uklj I, Imlil ami uiililiisltliig inouli
to asmil that lie lias a ii-nnsly vvliicli rurrs
eveiv iliU-asf, ami niliraUv It uflt-n ami
Inuilly i-nough, he Is sure luluve a folLiHiii-j
of ln-liet ers, ninoni; svlioiil will 1m fourul mcl)
nf ability am xu.ition. Ilimian crclulitv it
li uroni; in resist llie iisiijve assertions of
llie uacl.. I'ersmii vvhn are not traineil in
scleiinfic mclluals i.f tliouj-lil, ami who know
Uolnuii; a Unit hi siolny, nen f in the tvnv
tUy alfalis of life they are most clear-hrailtsl,
aiejieifcclly iiiciinipi-ieiit lo'luriii just iInlons
on uieilu-al iiMHi-is.- - njr.Wtit,f Mmilhlf.
" ' ' I I u
Johnson ilcfinrs a ru.ick as f'a Uiastfiil pre
temler In. an ait he lines not uiHl.'rsiaml,"
Another wilu-r uui ilni-ln..- f. nM Ar
1 I , lilt -,-.. j iw i.h, MlJl,v III
Ix: juilnl li) the f.uti.fa iierson's Ignorance In
reijar.l tn that of which he iidosjo.- tokinm,
ami i-ven ailiiliiiaalluriliHiiii()er:uaraiils-e
11..1 .1. i nuiiier may noi pe also a iiuack,. ie
man svho feigns to l.n.,w that of which he is
ignorant, or professes an ability to iwifoiiu acts
which il I. generally known or Ulicit.l he Is
unable (o n-iforni, whether he carry vsiih him
a ilruen aichiiienl scrolls, U as much a iiuacl,
as Ihe unlelleml fool, who prates of his wares
uioi) the street miners In the worst of gram
mar. The onl)' essential of iiuacLery U pie.
ll llottsn't ilu lo t-miu... tn .lt.mil ..lit. .
clKBiiM, tor he always has rvlit riaily.
I'ttslc luc UbcU Is nu.lt l,r kiLL ul,,. n
siroug vifti-gar, iha hetting Ji.lq UMtur u4
Office of Superintendent ol VViter Works,
Unroll 11 , July J, its,.
All trtom luviiie VV.ier l'tivil.M sr. nnlifinl llal
llirVAi, Ksipv sr ttratle wmianmiallr. In aJ
vnc., al the ofl of the Siiwlintcnlral nf Walfr
VVuls, f.Kil f Nntianiiu strrft, iin Hie lit day of
januai) ami Jntj .j; ea.h )ear. I. It. WILSON,
M If Stiiriiilcntlcnl Water Wotks,
KT 0 IKK, IUt'kk lf n aipoinirtl f ".uanltAn of M
li AUhuka. minor, ktm nf tlit Me M. MAhtiLa. !.
cenrt, Anl Atforne) in fad for I uViit (), witlow of
vinl M. MaImiVa, itTartt, nil tt-tvmt at httt y tf
unclrtl to tlle nil m.illrr4 ifMatiitn to Ih e(aie of
.11. .ianiu.1, uecfisw, wnii tlir u rh If rtu !,,, nu t?ir
nte lierely iKtifir,l that Mr. Simon K. Ka.i1 ha no au
thoiii)' wfiaterr in llie nmtrr. A, ROSA.
(tUJiMUnnf M M,IiuVa. minor, Ami AliAtnri Infftd
for LtmlsU(), witljw uf llie hie Al Mal.nkd, ite'
Ilimoliihi, Mny t, iftli tt-m
rVTOIIU. In rtitrtlilifttwr willi ihc ttMm uf iL
i.N Chailcr tli Iti l.nniat iuctuitiriltetncmLrtl
wie iiiecii b lli-M'iiai dnritlv Hill I t.clj on NitunUy,
llie ;ih of Jul), iMi.m Alnobnt-IUlf At ioa. M.
1'rr Ontr I' A, St IIAKFI.R,
A Card or Tli.inki.
'I he unJmign!, a siitrerer l.y the fir on lhi morn
In if the tSiti ultimo, iltMtc. to leiuler hi hrnrlffli
ihariL to all ihow who i gpnerously auKtftl tn M.difc
a IJiii'tn of lil MotV. nnj rusrit fium ttte tie voting
fUmtM tMitl I. WAV.
In tup lloNotlltt I'lr-iu: Al the anitual intti
iiir vf the llonrtlof KritfentAlhf of the Honolulu
Hre hrjiartntent, hf M on ihr 71I1 inUi.tf the uhjctt of
lNnrircAinl (mmi hiirninn on (.male trpirrty, mthln
or near iheciiy limit, wa ilicti(.l from n rnrman'
Mantlp'int, nml, a iiiljilit hae !en e(ecicil, It calW
forth wiine ralhtr liiih omtmrnt on t ho who hat,
liurinx the J-it rar, either through lliutihtlriieM ur
Imlillercnce, len the came of ulcMtfT.ii atul lsr.f
time of (he ite)Mitmeni anj wear mt. tear of Its ny
ratu, h) V1tiill!iis7 lionrirr without lit stile, atul eled
iiisj, twimU wem, Intentionally, the ltm when the)
wouhtciiMe the uiiKt alum nml uiinecevii) urtV.atul
It ua finally ileritlnl tonutliorie the Chief I In ameer
to m ile a .ul.tic amej to the rojerl liuUlers anj
resshlent of the city generally, rrr)iietifi them to In
foim either the Mre M.trhal or Wmwlf u reaouahte
time Hrfoteh-nl of iie enact tlmaml place af any in
temhil Uintire or trahliurntnK in outer tint M-
alann from these cauw 1 )reei)itc
fJsime of our chien hae al a Iseen nmJerate in
the miller ami Ktten 'lue not!t.eaalioterriurtrsll tut
the mMoin I hy no mean general.
'I hi apal U m.ule with n ileree f iliftulenrr, a
the memlcrof the depart ment rememlier Miih pleanue
nml Knlitiule that they n a Unly hae Weti dealt gen
tiuUly with In llie sriM hy the K,nxl pro,le of thi ril,
Ainl they liojur to merit a like comlileration hi the future;
at the H,-iine lime ihej entertain a tnrjMire ol ronfi
itence tlut the reaioiiahleiies ot their rripieM will le
nilmltied, and a heait) toutpliance theicHitli K'.
e lute at present, in round num.eri. three hundred
nctle meniWr, n large iiujor'it of honi decud for
their lirhhool of their fa mi lie ami themelie on
daily wage; and while they do lit hfMtatc to Fpend
their lime and Mrenxth, or risk life and llmh, for the
Ifiiefit of their fellow cititMi uhen tKcasioti m ty le-
(piire it, )et there I nothing more disheartening nnl
det.trii(tle of discipline ami prornpliliide in the null
tidual (i rente n theuiele, and auno)in lo their tm
plojer, tin 11 to find, .lfier .i long ami fatiguing run
uilli heavy apparatus, their cfTutt and tune hae len
lhrov.11 avAa in tTJii-wtjuence of a caretew. and wanton
IVi older of the Hoard.
JOHN NO IT,
Chief Kiipineer If. l Uepartinenl,
lloiii lulu, June n, 83 I46-4W
I.adie and (enilemcn viMiing San Franciwo uill
find tety desirable KutnKhetl KrKini Kn Suit and Sin
Kle at No. 137 Montgomery St., Corner Ituvh. Mr.
T. Ilone, formerlv of llom,liihl.
A Sucteiful llouel A Successful House I A sti.U
InjC iii'laiire uf Micce-M. hi a Retail lr (.uodO v,jy U
alTuitleil h the I.eadtni MilinerV Houie of Cltatle L
1'Isltel, corner Tort and Hotel Mi eel. 'Ihe l'ropiielor
Mr. I'iOitl In act paired the ait of huKhng ctuioui. Ati
Dry OuhU House can, hy fietly a.leitiing, draw cu-
lomervoiice or twice; hut to hold ihein, asd enjoy lleir
LOniitletitc, cuIU fur lheexeri,i oflact and liberatil).
Oood uutt l inarLed down and notd for wluil the)
are; neter misrepresent any ankle. '1 hat I the. ilici
ofClwilenJ. 1-ishel, and that iKilicylu made the firm
one of Ihe grealest in il line, on thr leading thorough
fare of lluuolulii. 'Ihe Leading Millinery Store of
Clwtilc J,' hischel, i to Honolulu what Mi.c)' ii to
New Vorls, Charles J. Kishel male a ssecialty of Mil.
hnery. Sts Hie stoic 1 one of theMht of the thy.
KA'lhS OK 10S1AG
rMMrit KlilACK KAlhS.
Dmip I.HTThkt or (inula it, in tuthd rmelupe, 10
V mimiw mi mc Minire vtu-fc uetosiieii( 1 cent eacli
Dunt-stic Uttiks, to any -aitoftl.c Kingdom,
rent, if le than iw.t and a cent for each aXlilU.ial
NkVysI AH-kS itrinted in the IsIIno.Lsui mul u,U.l 1..
Mihstnl-cr from oflut of puhltcaiiwu are Jiteiii thn
tnler-Ul.iiut load's. Roll of h.iinr.ui.ttiir...MH -r..
not to luna lute MilscntM:rx, tuimut tiiliu itie 1ikIU vf
ins ircc rM-iue law.
I'ACkAi.u anu I'.ikih.-., roniaimn; liooLt ofnuil
jl.Ic intriluiiJi-of jii) kind, ail) Iniir. neS-trr
lurcel llul may I, nuiltd, may l-e ir-!-trrtsl, i.ii iui.
mcnlof a free of 10 itnls in addillon lo tlieoiilliiar
Nr shai Kks, loinptilets, atniaiuu-., calcihlars, liand
bills, iiiaca-inc., laaiw, iMvakional and ulirr liublici
twos (not bniindl, t ccnl forcaclt , ounces or 1 1 action
thereof, tjmilars, in unscalrj rm-sloi-ts i lent cswli.
1'Ancsl.s of ineriliandiao of any lrtn.1 Kill Le receiicd
aiidfiardil in tlm inter UUiul' mails at I tic rale of
'"' '"'. " iiT. 'this reciilaiion dues not liicliidc
llie romiiii mad servile. All liner-Wand lianels lan l-e
,IliokR (iMiutcil or Uank). Cuiitt,
VV ulrha. ,1 n U.. II. .I .--....I . ..." .
." "--. j --j- ...., ..Mi.n.. s.uiiiii, f-um-.ie 01
of nnv Utid. ui
. ''...K. . -s'e, i-noioyrai'lis, aled-ilnes lesicu
ulll. Articles ol Llulhnnr. Satin.l. ,.r l.l. ....!.
nnv kind, and all kilicl.s ih4 included in Class I and
a of the lav of i8;8 wluni kcinliini- ik.1 mure than fuur
Iwiin.U or sikty-iour ounces i rent au oulire or frai lion
thereof. All aitl-.ln likely to dailUje the liia'd, ale
70 f ,1M-
x s a
is i(ii Hi!.
J" !lu! I
8 ft ft
osiAi.k fa (irijmtirs Kir is in, oxiok.
lullmAuslral.ail.aloines. SI u lenlsfu, ,a.l, l
."'' dand. . . l,lna(.ailOj
l-T laouaina rllblAfiaaul .u ...... i. .-., ,. i?
vat 11 y.
I u rsainua
lot 1,1 ,
I u rsialu, ,1a Sal, f raluVMa
'to St. Itartlk4u,uvw. .,
lo Cape of lIs.algHiH'C
to Madairastar. .
to Si, lUktna
I a it nu fur t
Id ItlJk tiaT atlaa k il
itMss (tut luretsu.lt
NfcwirAt-tHk. r.itf. IU posu(9 w ti.ut u,
IW Au-JrssJUia COtMicft. Ncu trtlntl. 1 iji U KtMotua
i 9 cut Ustt psiptr. Ou tuj4 comJ ukcr iuud iiriai-
icr, 4 u M (tsu.li tuu mumm mt U-tuH U Umt
KtUr lit UtaCr CAUll-ttln. laAlaaa..! k.atal rslu
ckarned, hka oh he karlied ty luaurs U.lU ok.e
lu Honolulu. '
II. M, WIIIINKV, K M.O.
Honolulu, April, ,Mj- iti-iuly
NtVVKST IsTYLs AKT1SI11 TVW: ANO
r-ONTRACTOR and DUILDBR.
- If. I f
It nowtrttlt-loaltrnd Itt
.11' Onlrrf irllh lrnmihir unit fINiffri,
TrniorAr) Im 011 stt of Id. It,, KinK llrrfl.
'Irtrriiosr ..Ktv. tu
'AKE NOTICE - . .TAKfe NOTICE
Portable Euliia rtuil Holler,
loviilii ltor lj.r.
air l,y It. MOItf. A Co., t ami J King umi,
I U Si.l.mlid IUL.
It. MU II It A
KINK ... Mailrt
Quick Dlsintoh Tur the Above Port.
fT TreUlit or a,ag?, a'ty lit
H9 f. A. SCIIAI'.I KK & LV.. Agrula.
POR SAN FRANCISCO
'I lif first Clt llrlf!
Quick Dlspatc-u ror tho Aliuve Hurt.
for firijM or paswRf, a,,y lo
r,9 W. !. IK WIN (')., Ajentt.
'I lie ItMf.ariliite
,1. I). SI'ltliVKKLS,
Quick Dlsimtoh ror the Above Port.
for frrigti! or ii.ige, aiiply lo
Hi) W. 0. IKVVIN ii Co., Actnts.
OACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
'I lir- Si'trndid Slfdtuliii
CAKCil IX,. ... . ...Commander
Vs, II I AVIr HONOLllLlf
For Sau Frauciitco on or About July tf.
Tor freight or parage, appl) to
MS H- HACKrTXD A Co. Aeui.
CEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
FOR SAN I'KANCISCO.
Hie Maghliicrnt Nru Iron Sl,atu!il(i
li ttt'L. AT TIM1; J-QRT
Ou ur About July tttftb,
ANU WltL fAll
Fur Sau FrauoUoo About August 2d.
I'aft'tait't in this uuniriCf nt Mam!hip ma)'
nurd iutitUatiic- b appl)ingin
Wn. li. IRWIN S. Co., Agents.
ANO HONOLULU DIUHCT.
Cliailei Itierter A. Comiiiiy Hill diUlcli tiie UaiL
Sail front Boatou ror tbU Port
I To I- fultowed Ly llie Amv Tinner, January I, i&gi.
Orders stumlil Ini ill lto-.ton nut later than Ain-imt
tstli, to insuie shir,melit. fur fulther oailiciilars, a--.lyto
C. IIKI.WKK COMPANY',
147 9n voeeil klreel, Honolulu
T?OK HONGKONG DIRECT.
Ihfc fine lliillsli Steamshiii
WIIL SVIl IOK Tilt. ASOVK-NASIMI1 IOKT
On or About July 9th.
for freight or oassage, airily lo
tyrU C, IIKEWKK &. COMI'ANV.
C,OR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
'I he S'ldcudid Steamship
Will Sail on or About July 8.
U'e are now nrj.iared to issue tt.ket. lo San fran
cisro and irluni for $i?5, Ihe rouml Iriik
ItoiKls for shipment per steamer ran now he sluie.l,
free ol chatee, in Ihe file pruof warehouse near the
For freight or avMfie, apply to
. i)H II. llACKIKI.I) X. Co., Atenu.
TIMK TABLE FOR THE STEAMER
this steamer will leutc Honolulu each I Ut-.SI)A
al 4 r. M., louiliiiijr al ladiaiiu, Maataealtav, MaLena,
Mahukotia, Kawailiae, luuahotlioe and llilo.
Kelttrnlu will lousli al all llie above isnts fttrUlug
al Honolulu cath bUNtlAY morning.
SOMETHING WORTH READING,
J. B. WISEMAN,
Ural tiHltilf Jhoktr uml tlrnryal
No, a; Mtaciukr Stssrr
IIOKOUTl', 11, I,
1 have lu several Heal llflt)SI-s ...! ffYITAf! UM
ro lei In various pail, of Honolulu aud sulsitU. Alw,
some Kood Uulldio Lots and propeily lo sell.
FsirLorkitMr Foonu o rumri isajiiiliisV V'ok-,
I au rati-attu ro si'kmvh
MOMKY At' AMY T1MK
Ok a,T-IAS, s.cuaiir.
l.tjl JVrn 9 all PiKiiptiiHt ihuuu.
ICu(iatlu aoj l'euuaosIuVrlefsvUy laavst. Cktloot
HosiM Lbint aud L've itstAMaleure wusso. 4 to,
AlitNT IOK 1HK BBS.T
rfas mmk Ufc 1 imtiw
IN THK WOKLI1
UU. fs.li i. . , . a..j. ,'a. i.l.
of smey Isiimu nM, uua ska ksvW likoa "ssaC
SAN f KANCICO, June 4, iMj. Itii, U to ter
tify that at the retnilar amitiat tlertton of Ihe
IIH'IA SUt'.AK I'l.XN'lAriONttlMI'ANV.Md
In llie fily atwl county of San f ram ir, Al their of
fVe, Xo. t, tjihfotnla street, on ihe ilav above wrill.n.
iht foUosyn-r itemlemtn -sere duly elecre,! offieert ami
dirrrtors of this rrtmpany
A. IIKIM .. .
USIAVK fltANK. Serretarv
MrSBS. 0 W. MAC.fAKl.ANK & Co..
Agents at llgrkilidit.
In wilnesw, I hate placed the omcial neal of the os-rl-iany.
iji tlUSTAVC FRANK, Secreiary
NOI tCH. A Mital meelioe of the Hoard of I nis
lees of llie Queen's ll.npilsl will be held al Alii
t.l.Mil Hale on MTUItll.W, the Jill in-lanl, Immeili
alely after Ihf Menhtal nieettnir of the soiietv Is
adjourned f A SCIIAKI UK, (secretary
poll S.M.I. . . . I-OK SAI.F.
Two Liltl'n I.lrolioilts.
Appl) 10 Mrsst.. IIKI.VVCIl A CJIJIPANY
M. C. A HALL.. Hotel Street.
AT 8 o'eintTk tilhft
Cl.rn snih the kln.l (ts-I.tAnrr i,( lit Ainaicur Muha
Honululit S y m ji h o n y Club.
VHT 11 RtT.
. Ot-rilnri" I llv'n Uttcplion..
....). a, Co
..a j. iifriot
....... At han
, Violin Sob line ln Ki(imiii ..
3. Vocal Shi - ( J0U1 he t4
4. QuarltM-l!sha Smphnnj .
S)lnpliuni ( luh.
5. Viiral Sih- IhyiSfntinel Am lt...
6. Cornet, Sots C'arJinal of Vcnlte..
Mr. C .MUhitK
7 Sevtcrt Faouie Mi mid ..
3. Sr-lffiit.il Wtiy ItUi V. MarrhriH
g Wal Solo Walt , I. Ven ratio
7 MImJ. Mkhiflsv
1 a, Chmns (lii) I .inr, , Sihununn
Amateur .Musiral Six My,
m, Vwvil Sih-Sonif (. .. -
Air. 'I Iip. l)avi.
u. Ihitlr'n Maiil Clmrui -IrUI li) J urj. Siillitat.
St.hihy Mrs, Pat).
13. (.nitar ami Vhrlin-ScifiiaJf, ...Utiltoullay
Altsrt, Varmllry anil Mnnpiit.
14. I'inalf Kaitsrr Marrh. vriih thoint, . ...R. W'anrr
S)tfphont Oith ami Anuttur Muiical botietj.
AdmiM'ii, $1 ; Urrvii.l Sf jI, 15 emit rxlra, tahc
lad m J. V, KOIIKK'ISON&LWb. 14S.il
iok sai.i: itv
1,3 1111 II. IIACKI'Ki.l) 1 Co.
TT HACKFELD t Co,
OI'I l.K I OK !AI.K
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS,
Kx Itail. C. Is. lii'hop and' Steamship Kluenfel.,
Convicting in part of as fulloMt;.
A.Lui-ko Aasortmeut or Dry OootU,
Detdins, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
lugs, Turkey Ked, Merinos -black and
colored, 4 qualities, Keppi, Alpacas,
Couourfs, ItAlian Cloth and
Black, Cros-graln, Fancy, Colored and Stilued.
Barege, Crepe, Ac,
Melt's t'lirninlihii (IoiiiIh,.
Shirts, Woolen. MUed. CaUco, Hickory, Denim
etc.. Merino and Cotton Uudershlrtt, White
Bosom Shirts, bocka & Mocking,. Gloves
Haiulkerchlefa, Foulards, a Urge In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pauls, Bucksklu Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks ft Pants.
Boy's Shirts, and
R, Coatstk Leigln(i, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I, C. Umbrellas
andParasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt ftuga and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet HlbCous, Threads
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Wooleu. two tUei,
Scarlet, Orange, Whit Wooleu and 4 points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
.'Els I U M KKV,
tlcuuine l!au de Coloene. Luhui'a Ka.
Iran,, 'loitet Ssips, I'tiikicooie, llair
Od, CihuIm, laXiklnifliLss,, Pipe,. I.
K. Halls, Harmonicas, Ittank lluuk,,
livid laf. Jewelry, tlokl Walctte.,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums.
'.,lei,4.a, Ann, I'iuing loom nj Pallor Chain,
Srllees, Morots, ,tc,
Aiolillea, t'liliUui, tllrlht, fillrruii Ualhtr,
Henip& I, K. I'atlli.i.'Coallla.lell,
CRATES OK ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Coaaniiiiir llale,, Cups. Teanottv Bowl., ChamUeis,
Hue Dishes ail llalers, lleiiiStulun J .lid 1
C.IUis, Sample Honied Vase, and (ilauttare, llanila
and Tarred Kut-e, CimI Hag,, Gunnie.. wine.
Burlap., Woolpatk and twilled backing, linen Hoe
sunAk am iiic; hags
of all sires and sjualities.
Sarvsuun lu half and rusarter boaes.
Salt In Jars. Castor Oil lu tuts. Matches.
Cocoanut OU,W.h (skM. H. Wld Least,
StearliM Caodtes. a. and . H , Wacsdt,
HubUcka Llnve.rPaliit OU, Whit. 2uk Taint,
(let-Mini nml Hamuli l!iyur,
I'laled svaie-..Spuoot, foil,, CTruls, T44
N V"p' -Napliu, Kings, halull, elft,
fulai art llutilier Kajsea, rklusa, Muse , sw
Needles, Spsken, rilee, Hours, tMUaniamst
Hovv Iimo, Keg Kli.li, llumrnm.
M.ia, anu tawmposHh
)0HTLAN1 'ClrUslKNT, '
aWstJ 4aVa4TaBi Wt OTMsHk) JtVKf
BktJaCiTgt fee .a. lsga iXaTtr I -I - .--- giaXJLl AagasJ(tAtt. "
... ... ewai um-m ir.n tweajger sssagajrajssw
M. fl lgJIHt