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a r.iissiiv I'nnu somv.tr.
" t'neruy lies the head lliril wear
a rrown " arti til.irl if the will that
j," the royal mv rnriH eotinlcr to the
Kitil.ir will hy whew MirTeraw c kings
r i, ii ami rule, atwl hy hne tlet-tiirm
riuy, arc ilellirnnecl, imfirtwincd, exiled
and innde to sniTrr death. 'I herr is no
i ivihed king or kindly ruler on any
throne to ilay who liolcU hit sovercignt)
h) any higher title than the will of those
hi Hovcrm ",e " r'Knt divine " i a
dead ireuiiiilion. It went out with
the last k.ii of fenddlnm and the faih
ions of the 'J'ory era that iirolonged
tht feiifl.il teaching. It died in rivil
ied Knrniic under the fire that mowed
down the Swim guard when the bit of
the line of I.ouU vv.n made a tirnmtcr.
in his on jmlnt c. It in eating out its
royal lieart in the now highly rivilircd
yet still half harliari.in Rmwia, in a vain
effort to .stay the march of events to
make time runnel still, The latest tin
fortunate stickler for " prerogative "
that fatal stumbling Mock oicr which
so many royal feet have tripped is the
rduiatcd, enlightened, proprcssh c O
rar of Sweden. King Oscar has a
reputation among scholars equalled I))
no contemporary sovereign. He is not
only a iiatioii of .science, philosophy,
letters, music, drama, art ; he is a dis
criminating patron and a liy-no-means-conlemptihle
disputant on the multitu
dinous topics which arc pait of those
great departments and a generally
popular executive of the laws under
which he governs two kindred though
hy no means homogenous states. Hut
an issue has recently arisen in facing
which the king finds himself confronted
hy a large majority of his sulijct ts. The
issue is the kingly prerogative of veto.
"Is the king's veto absolute ?' The
custom has been- and the constitution
expressly provides that a hill passed
at three sessions of the Norwegian
Parliament shall become a law, notwith
standing the royal veto. The king, the
king's ministers and an inistocmtK
minority among his subjects hold that
the veto it absolute j and that it may
be interposed to prevent thcpansagc of
a bill, no matter how olten passed, no
matter how large the popular vote in
its favor as expressed by the vote in
jarliaincnt. The legislative body in
isorvvayis called the "Storthing." The
storthing consists of eighty-five mem
bers, elected by popular vote. Alter
election the storthing chooses iwentv,
nine members to sit in an upper house
called the " Lagthing," the other fifty
sit members constituting the " OdeU
thing." Although virtually one' body,
the two departments of the storthing
pei form the functions of two houses.
Hills pass first through the odelsihing
and then through the lagthing. If the
king veto a bill, it may he parsed
again at the next session ; i( ho vetoes
it a second time, it may be voted at a
thiid session anil then (constitutionally)
becomes a law. Itut the king's, minis
ters hold (at least that seems to be the
logic of their position) that the royal
preiogative is higher than the constitu
tion ; that to lake away the right of ab
solute veto would be to degrade the
kingly oflire lo the puiely cleric id
function of registering the people's will
vvhuh, in leality, the function of
every tulcr is: no less, no more,
l'or this opinion, and for advising the
king to art unconstitutionally, the prime
minister of King Oscar has been di;'-inissc-d
from office by l''e supreme court,
the " liigsret." on the charge ol
" breach of office " in advising the king
to do an illegal thing.
Listen to this fiom an English paper
the London Daily News : " It is ex
pressly stated by the terms of the con
stitution that when a bill has passed un
alteied three consecutive storthings,
the king cannot prevent it from becoing
law. The powei . of his suspensive veto
aic then exhausted, and the measure is
enacted without him. Now insomuch
as the bill in question milil he one for
cstabHshishing n republic forwith, it is
obvious that the throne depend, not in
fact only hut in name upon the will
of the icopk'. It is all vciy well tos.iv
that this is unreasonable and inconsis
tent with the retention of the monarchi
ral system. The plain words of the con
stitution cannot be set aside by the
arbitary will of king or ministers be
cause they bapiien to strike political
theorists as illogical or inconvenient.
KingOscar is reH)ited to bedcter
minded not to yield. During the pro
giess of the dial it was said that if the
rigsiet decided against the Selmer Min
ister)' he would ap(ioint another of the
same views. We hesitate to supiiose
that a res)cctable and accomplished,
if not eminent, sovereign will ait in so
foolish and futile a manner. 1 fe can.
not hope to win in the end. If the rigs
ret had acquitted the prime minister,
the question might perhaps have slum
bered for n time Hut now that it has
convicted him, the king must tuicl)
sec that the game is iiu These arc
not d.i)s in which one man can dictate
to a nation ."
These arc significant words and
King Kalakaua is earnestly implored to
consider them well. It is not personal
dislike of the king which impels so
many lo criticise his ads and deplore
the fact that he is advised liy a man
whose ideas (or rai!"er iose m hemes)
me so conspicuous), in conflict with
the will of the koIo'oi this kingdom.
When we say "the people oi this king
dom," we mean native and white alike
incoming legisutuie, pledged to icl'orin.
The Winer must not allow himself to be
IH'rtuaded that he can m the long run
defeat the will of the people by the ap
I .ointment of nobles whose votes may
nullify the votes of clexted repiosenta
lives. That gum Chbsonlan game ma)
win for a while, but it will loll in the
long run so disastrously that the recoil
will shake Hawaiian royally from lur
id to foundation stone. The kins
stands facing a working majority of
jiledged refoi piers. They have been
elected lo accomplish a definite end.
That end ma) Ik, comprehensively
teumiiied up to mean live things t k
uiiichmciit in untie essarv or cumi
rsneiutiluic, jvencmui and cniiftbU'tUd
public improvement and health icjjit
ii ii, n I in . m i.i ci ii tmai, la!
s' i a, I i n null I .'I nl a so lull
immigration jiolii v and its application
to our agricultural possibilities im
provement and reform In neveral
branches of the civil stnrfcs. A great
many distinct questions hinge on wrme
one of the five principal ones. The
people demand that the legislature
shun do something in all those direc
tion. They will not brook the inter
ference of any one who lliwnm their
hist demands. If Mr. Gibson stand
between the- people and their rfght'a so
much the worse for Mr. (libson. If n
higlrer than Mr. Gibson, ao much the
worse for him. 1 onomy, sulwlcintial
public Improvement, a sound currency
system, a desirable immigration, decent
men in of'tii c all these things the
pcotc are determined to have. If not
this year, hereafter. Hut the sooner
these rights are Ranted tlicnooncr will
come cace, concord and prosperity.
;.. uriih.w rititss.
The encouragement and intinn
age received by litis journal during
the past yrnr have stimulated
its proprietor to renewed efTorts
to deserve the supjiort accorded. In
many resjiccts the Press is not the im
icr il was a year ago, 'I he experience
of its proprietor has taught him the im
posihility of making a weekly ;wrpn
per, intended largely for Honolulu read
ers, cither desirable or profitable. Hut
it has also proved that a journal of
opinion sometimes following and al
ways measurably relict ting public
thoug'it is a need in Hawaiian life;
and thai such a journal will always have
a falyuipjioit. We think the I'resshas
answered the requirements of sue It a
journal. It has been etlitcd for men of
brains, for people of cultivation, for those
who, read, mark and inwardly tligest.
It has not been meant for the class of
renders who are satisfied with the local
items of Ihe dalics, or who have not
enough mental application to think ten
t onset utive seconds on any abstract sub
ject'; nor has it been designed to reach
thoc whose intellectual horizon is boun
tied by the dead level of the common
place. It has not confined itself todisctis
sion of political questions. It has secured
and published articles of general interest
from some of the best writers in the
kingdom. Its editorial writing has been
the work of several pens. Its longer
contributed articles have included the
reminiscences of the late ILL. Sheldon
and the scries of Kamaaina letters.
The icininisccnc es of Mr. Sheldon were
enjoyed by a t irt le of of readers in num
ber fully ten times the actual subscri
bers to the paper. It is hoped that ar
rangements cm be made to have them
biOLighl down to the beginning of the
present decade, by another and equally
entertaining hand. The widcly-tcad
and highly-appreciated Kamaaina let
ters are to be continued. The un.ivoid-ahly-intciruptcd
San Krancist o letters
are to be restpned at once. Occasion
al letters from both New York and Hos
ton have been arranged for also.
Hut while as already stated, Honolu
lu leaders do not care for minor local
news in their weekly papers, the other
island readers, most of whom take only
oucpaper, do caie for it; and must have
it. The Press has hitherto endeavor
ed to make its minor local news fresh
by making it inteiestiug -crisp, humor
ous or 'more comprehensive and accu
rate than oihciwheie found. Of course
its work has often fallen below its own
ideal as the work of all conscientious-
.ly ambitious newspapers must often fall.
Hut vve have honestly tried lo make a
I good paper on the lines above laid
, down and have received enough encour
I agement to justify us in saying that we
have not failed. Hereafter, we shall
ay more attention to the news needs of
jibe other islands, and, in doing so, shall
make the iaper none the less interest
ing and valuable to readers in Hono
lulu. To this end the topical supple
ments will be continued and every ef
fort made to have both original and se
lected matter worth reading, not only
to those readers directly addressed but
lo all leaders.
The l'ress is not given to tooting its
t ornct in its own praise. Hut, occasion
ly, certain statements of fact touching
itself are necessary to a fair and frank
regard fdr the interests of its readers.
Recently a subscriber and supporter of
the rress called upon the proprietor to
complain that the l'ress contained too
many selections, and too little original
mutter. An hour later, one of the best
known citirens in the kingdom, and
experienced in newspaper work, allied
and congratulated the proprietor upon
the care evidenced in the preparation
of matterforthe 1'icss. Hecauscthc two
opinions arc sooppo-ed,theyareprinted
this week that readers may consider the
question. It is true that the Press isnow
p.-inting morcselet ted matter thanitg.ive
it year ago. Hut it is now furnishing
its readers with a total 'of matter each
week much larger than was furnMicd
this time last year. It isan open ques
tion whether readers would be better
ofl if the larger. proportion of niftttei
were original, 'llie selections in the
Press- are taldonusclectcd hap hazard,
to fill a coitatlgjiinount of sace. 'I he
etrilwg plan dBes not obtain in this
office. In a certain sense, Ihe work of
editing the Press is a lalxir of love, and
the time taken in seleding, pruning or
cxjinnding, and ofUn largcl) rewriting
selected mailer is believed bv the etlitor
land his assistants (o be time well spent.
I lie plan ot topical supplements now
fairl) initiated will he continued, though
it u h) no means intended to have them
made upmeiel) from clippings." As to
original maltxr vvc think u.o Press aver
ages quite as much as the six daily is
sues of either the Hulleiin or Advertiser.
Modesty forbids any claim lo more
than equal the work of its contempora
ries in sound sense, in literary skill
and in cnmualeut employment for the
commonwealth. Hut we liiiuk the read
ing public would miss the Piets tpiite
s much as it vvould miss any of its
disti, uishul coiitenipoiaiies if we
should I n imic discouraged and sink
out of sight because now and again a
pR'udtmyniuncle tS'ows a pebble at Us,
or because ouce in a guat while an es
teemed contributor finds (ault.
San Francisco is eumsed over its
lijtle lej-cr t olony, If Kan Traiir-lsco
might k so effcctuall) Gilwuiled as U
I lonulutu there nitM bo .i Kakaako on
ilhek Point oi Ahjftjra. loj;ieH tlie
incomer as he msaes iluougnaahe
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Mr. C. AU lu liKii ixnr)lle4 Cuimucr
il AtfeMl, H I'Mlll ,1 ll.W l.iH II; ,!....
Mm lii :----ii -ainltiisi at -i.i4iiiv.t.iuti
uU-.it d il-urn tunnel.
Tin. .iiui i .u i..
" II Trll l,f Tnlr nt III Tnlr r.i Tnhl."
Rumor home from ihr Sum htm -Comn
on the wings of ihe Soitthrm ttte .
Ixxnl ml aitfl tjr her ilwp voice IU
Ami thh the tfrrib! Ul be nrtts :
" Ktnli.i, O KimtcM, hfltti lirotm nnH white,
oh, lhln t
The ufe I tell Is wiWctl am! the news 1 lulng
is it read.
IVepnie the chin lo rj(vrr Stlcl pfTre the eye
Airl twnrken lo the weighty wont my ttrethrcn.
The Julia, the gnml Jnlto, wttli IWr gnW leel,
I ft gotten into unable ; aye, Rotten Into jng.
AihI the high ml mighty minister, hnlf-
IvitanKl, half rliaplolii,
Urn Isngnithes lietMe tih chier In Fiji's erocl
Tllc not of Wellrerreilen, rte not of nity
Titlyna luve tieen w here they have Iwrn am)
!fn wheio the) Iwve Uln.
They were wt on lril ami water, nor gicrn
The story h a Mil one ami I tell it ) with
Von wc mir Captain Tripp went a siting ami
Mice Captain Ki.l.l In-fore him till lie tigliteil
Ami then there came a custom' man n halting
ami a hnilinj:,
Dcm-tiMlIng why no ernintr)' flag was flying
al the main,
Ami llirn Umil t'aptain Tripp wild, ami I'cnli-
naml Clarke isiil, lou i
' Who the ilickeiH ilo joti think we arc? we'd
like to have you nay I
Have j ou nerr licinl of Gllwon? where were
Vim lirn ami bred, yon
Vou very simple, lenoraiil wilil jungle licnst of
Perhaps )ovi never hcanl of in of jolly Tripp
A great, great, great descendant of the man
who ran llie Ark j
uml in v"ir Smith.ealKnirance, your wretched
PcrhaiK )ou never chanced to hear of llotan-
ircr Clarke I
The customs' man was silent Ar a moment
half n minute;
While a sickly Southern grimace pla)cd ahoiit
his wollish jaw.
Thin he said : '(mod Mr. Captain, jou wcic
fiKilUli to hegin it,
The Iav shall judge icturcn in ; so I gic )ou
to the law.'
Then the customs' man made ready, and put
his seal official
Uiion the Julia's hatches, her cargo and her
And if the great stiggestor liny not red tape of
Tiny may languish in vile durance as Gilion
used to do
Until Ihe lace khall tarnish and the cocked
hats moult each feather
And the blue cloth fade to dingy brown within
the hateful cell."
O, bold Kanakas, rally and brave the .Southern
And ride Ihe peerless IVle into that Southern
Tor Gilwon's pels arc punished and Gibson's
ll.ig is trailing
And we who love llie primate are sick lo feel
And 1 1 1 us to cease the aching and thus to Mill
Ihe wailing, ,
O brown and while Kanilas, gird up )our
loins ami go !
ir.si: i.v uTiir.HM tsi:.
Translated from the Klele Poakolu :
We understand on col authority tint llie
minislers are preparing llifir report for the
coming legislature and that they are alo pre
paring the appropriation bill. '1 hm-fur the said
ministers have made a fixed determination,
nut lo pioKsc or upend our cent for an)ihing
thai is not beneflcat lo llusrnuntrv. Hie great
est desire of his nujesiv'n ministers is lo raise the
native peoptu t" the highest singe of lmih civ
iliiation nnd prnsperil) and to promote the
good or our native land. We believe that iho
piesrnl ininisurs are the first that ever lookul
to ihe bonifii nf the country, and they have
lieen very careful In all llieir measures' so as lo
avoid all trouble on nur lnlnlf. .Sothereforc,
when their rcpoitr come iK-fore the coming
legislature, then thoie who have published in
newspapers that the ministers are spendthrifts
will find themselves greatl) wrong. ,
Comment is unnecessary. So much
virtue (before the act) is simply un
Joking aside, is it not as unfair as it
is foolish to predicate the action of the
ministers in the matter of the budget
The budget is for theconsidcitionofthe
legislature, and may be a heavy one or
a light one. The public is unlikely to
influence the conduct of the ministers
by criticism that cannot be based upon
There arc many reasons to make us
believe that this year's budget will not
greatly exceed that of two years ago.
One of those reasons ought to be
patent to every one. This isan "off
year " for ihe party or, rather, the clique
of plunder. The legislature contains
too many intelligent independents to
nuke the game politic. liven so in
fatuated a schemer as Mr. liibsou can
not help seeing that.
Ministerial promises have often a
pic-crust consistency which argues ill
lor their rfected faith, Hut if the
promises let fall by those in authority
have any reality, the forthcoming
budget will surprise us all. If those
promises hold good the civil list will
not Ih; incieased, or will even be
slightly reduced. The chief inciease
will be in the appropriation for lcjiers,
in ortler to provide a separate deten
lion hospital for children. As a whole,
ihe appropriations will be kept within
the estimated income by two or three
hundred thousand dollars.
Whether the great stiggestor has
lieen able so to manipulate the esti
mates as to iMttl wool over the eyes of
Ills colleague the attorney-general
who, as yet, lalxirs under the disadvan
tage of having only partial knowledge
of internal affairs- remains to bo seen.
Al-any rate, the dog cannot bite Ufore
it is born. Let us (tosses ourselves, in
jutience Until llie budget is before the
A report-having been circulated that
a shipment, of gold coin had lieen
ipade by ihe government, cr Mari
Iq.i, on account of the nx-i olhYe-luoncy-otdcr
business; vve have inquired
nt the pht -office, and learn lut litis was
not the cw, he shipment, if made, i
was uuniAiv-vv iniiu ute uMtvniUH'ni
house - piuhjhly fioin ihe inferior
iolFice. Ihe pojtofrkc remitted some
iwilu Ii i'i-.ii ' il i1' ir ihiuuv-h Mt w-,
lim ,V to., but at wliat rate vve
do not Irarn, though we were given to
understand that it was at a los-t to the
money ortler service. It seems to us
that this business should not be carried
on at a loss to ihe treasury, if there be
any wny to prevent it. Why not jnit it
on a gold basis, as the American Con
sul has done, and issue money -orders
only for American gold or silver? 'litis
may curtail the amount of business, but
it furnishes the only sure way to con
duct it without lois to the people.
Apmrcntly nothing can transpire to our
commert i.il disadvantage that does not
emphasize the nccesi() of putting our
finances on a gold basis.
If the interior office has lefn ship
ping gold out of the country, it has
fecii doing an exceedingly ill-judged
act. If it is part of a plot to force the
new silver upon us as our standard, the
plot ought to lie exposed and defeated.
a riMiu.r ii tit.viMi.
Judge Jttdd's speech as retiring presi
dent of "the V. M. C. A. was both
thoughtful autl thought inspiring. ' I le
told some truths that all of us ought to
remember, and that too many of us
are constantly forgetting. Nothing
could be truer than this :
The vital iiestiin (or us lo consider is
whether we shall )icld to the seductive In
fluence and live Ihe dreamy life of the )1 itc ?
We have Condition here favorable In iirh an
existence and which are the admiration of the
average tourist. Softly blowing trade wind",
odors of the jessamine, mudc from the tinkling
guitars, moonlight glinting through palm trees
all are here. I think the verdict of the
world is tin! the second generation of the
Puritan stock in this country has nobly sus
tained the work of the pioneers. Our ansiety
now is for Ihe third nnd fourth generations.
Which influence is to prevail ? -the sensuous,
liiitsnfom spirt which regrets tint llie mis.
sionaries ever introduced clo'hing and wooden
houses to the gentle savages of I lawali, or tint
spirit of aggressive Christianity which insists
on activity and growth in morality or piet).
Is the white I my of Honolulu to succumb to
the tendency, and prefer llie Iti ami the Por
tuguese guitar to the school liook or the im
plements of the artisan.
The temptation U to look on only
the picturesque side of Polynesian life.
The danger lies in making that pictur
esque side seem the all of it. If we can
teach the remnant of the aborigines
(as most of the missionaries liav'e
honestly tried to teach them) that to be
first sclf-suppoiiing. then useful, then
honestly ambitious j and if thcie be
any play lime left to enjoy it with a
good conscience - if we can teach that
there will still be tunc and place for
leis and guitar playing. If vvc do not
tcaci them that, there will soon be no
aborigines left to teach. ,
' rA Kriy from Jtr.'lllornrr.
Dirrnu S.wijkdvv Prkss .SV7': An arti
cle entitled Theory Against Practice, in )o-ir
isvue'of March 29th, does not state fairly vsb.it
you please toisill "ihcalrairdicsof .Mr. Horner's
currency theoiies." Absurdities indeed lliey
would lw if intended, as you infer, to make an
imernaiionat currency, adopted to ihe use of
all nations and acceptable lo all people, lint
no such an idea vv.as ever intended. A cur
rency for home use was alone aimed at, as
lint wis the subject Iwing discussed in llie
l'ress not a currcncythat would beaccepla
ble to Kuropnns and Auiciicnus, but a cur
rency for the use of the people of Hawaii.
You say " the prestut condition of our cur-,
rency ami ixcliange is ihe best refutation
of Mr. Horner's currency theory. How" our
present exchings! slums anything against the
theory, 1 am not sharp enough lo sec; as
iK-ilher the Uniltd States currency, nor that of
Hawaii was issued as tint tlicny provides.
After Ihe theory has been tried and found
wanting, then, say it has been refuted.
Although blunders have lieen made in
creating and distributing our Hawaiian coin,
and I have no wish todefemlsuch an objec
tionable cuirciic y yet fa mess co lipids u.e
to ncknnvvleilge it as gfod for our use as the
currency of the United Stales is for hci people's
use, which (in the absence of a better cur
rency ) should be nt leau temporarily satisfac
tory. It will pay for labor, which pioduccs
all our wealth ; it will buy rice, hides and
sugar, which will sell for gold in cither Hurnpe
ot America, in fact it will buy anything for
sale in the kingdom al one hundred cents to
lly common consent the W mmiiy in the
United States is Ihe greenback, yet it doe not
"accord" with the usages of the people of
(Jreat llritain, in fact il is not accepted as
money any w hire in liurope. The next 1ki
money is gold coin, and it Unary recciv cd in y
nit'iitat itscurruit bullinnvaluc, and Hawaiian
coin will pay just as much debt to the dollar,
In Kuiope or Ash, as the American silver
coin would, ifwc had it, and vve have many
debts to pay in thos,e countries.
We had Utter regulate our home currency,
so as tp keep our producing force efficient and
healthy, which will make our expect laige,
and that will regulate exchange in the best and
most profitable way. 'I hat is what the states
men of all great nations try to do, and it will
be best for us. Yours truly,
NO. M. llORNKR,
TiC 'temi Ih .Smith .linrrini.
i:iiiTOitS.Tt'RlAV l'mas .Sir: The San
Francisco Call of the 1st instant hat .in article
headed On the Nituragua Canal nud French
Influence in Panama in which attention was
called to tlio fact that Don Antonio llatres,
minister resident at Washington from Uuatc
mala and Salvador, liad been appointed special
envoy from all the Cenlral American republics
to carry on diplomatic negotiations with Ihe
American gov eminent concerning ihe pro
posed canal through the Nicarjgua Isthmus.
A letter from the President nf the State of
Nicaragua is iiuotcd as an ev idence of the feeling
in Ihe Central-American states that thj friend,
ship of the United States is desired and her
ritfht In virtually control the nnmgemenl ol
the Nicaragua canal if llnUhiM is conceded.
The following letter frira an official now rp
nutating the United Stales at one of llie
South American capitals U alo ipi Heil i "On
Dcctmtier loth a, Trench cnaincir icach-d
l'aiumi f,.r the purroa of taking charge nf
the raiiama Railroad in l-'rencli interests,
The chief ol the Panama Canal Coinpuiy's
omoc in rww oik, Al.in.Icnr Slim, aocimi-
lantl huii lo hudl htm in Ihe isuliion. This
pltce the rood mtiirly in Fruuli control,
the asMUUsh-rmf..ie existing btlucen the
railroad ami the P. M. S. S. Co. espirnl
yrsitrilay Uc. aist), wv that to-day the
former comiuny cmiUl enter into any auange
nieflls ihey iiglil find altantago-vi As the
Cvntrol-Amriicaii liudne4 is the chief suimoit
nf ih IVifie .Mail, for the contract nf which
it is -.ntli.-ly depavdent uism die itlnn u rail
way, it will be an easy tiling loc a Punch line
fu le establidirtl fioiii New York In Colon and
from l'aiumi to Central Auicil.-a, with mlvaii.
Ijcs suprilor as lo ddr all ii.inivrnii.ui
fpini the fisll, 'Phis jt said to r. Ihe rrriiww
of the Canal C.iinany. "f t;y mui u, u !.
ojv1i vh Auiei.tau ijiiuiai, ai 1 1 that enJ
ti.i, I ' i ' I 11 I , - 1 i i n
T'lun'it , Tli 1 i i I'll' i' i l vi it it
1'anaiiift Kaiitmtil im tne r.ui'rf- .Mail vrere
eruitrly in favour of the former. The steam
Mp coniMny had to submit, the ocean hehnj
free to alt ships, while the read was and Is
tnoaannly, American hare Imt the road and
ate now more than likely to losethehr tstbmni
line, one of the very few- sltMinships lines rfl
foreign irailesi vre pmssns. Il h not l ill! thTM
eult to see what the ultimate trles and epecta.
irons of the French are. Their spirit is beh
Mimcenily adtertlsetl in all pens of the Wtfrtd
at this ni'imeM."
The above facts are, to American, vtrjr
signlficent tlic Preneh stsvtfl try in ntrtafn erw
ttnl of Ihe Isthmus) nn rme doulHS ) lt vtlTt
the) ! allowed to rtni l'his Cilll Ihe
worlds highway through litis canal vvillfam
the ihoiisands of e-el that now me olilrgnl f,i
"Hound ihe I lorn." Why shouhl tmynn
nation or even two control this fmttt) ?-TlW
world linows ihe course which Krtince nutikeil
out for herself with the Se Canal, and had
Pnglnml ihen not liftd a Iti-aeomo-lil to chee1.
mite Prince, whit would have lieen the resell I?
I'ngland vrottld have lieen at the mefcy of
rrnnce, loosing conlrnlof her direct cornmuhioi.
lion with India. The Isthmus of I'.UHmi is
really of lililc importance to Fnglanil, as the
Australian Colonies are rpiile indepemlcnt of
the mother country, in fact, and with this ar
rangement KiigKUiil Is well satisfied. Ilulhow
about the South American republics, willi
1 'ranee dcniitmtlng the Isilimus, a I'ipncli line
of Steamers from New York hr Colon, and
from Panama dmvn IhecoMtnf Chile and
Petti, (now run by nn Americnn line, the
P. .l. S. S. Co. ), willi a large debt, second,
to the French nnd Knglish governments by
mortgage, how long would the independence
of the .south American republics lie assigned
to them. I think llie answer to the aliove
lies ina very few words. I'.lect James (i. Illalne
to lie president of the United States anil loan
the money to the South American States to
enable them to take up die mortgiges, then
serve a duplicate on the French, as was done
when they endeavored to place Maxiniillian on
the Mcxician tlnone. I
riif .Sew l.i-ilf ill I!, If 1,1,1
The proprietors of the Hawaiian Hotel evi
dently mean business, and Manager I'assetl
just as evidently means to m.aVe that "busi-
ness "' amount to something. It was of course
iniussihlc to do all that ought lo be done at
once, and much remains lobe Hone; but the
In-ginning is a good one. Ist Thursday even
ing Manager I'assctt invilcd a number of
friends and acquaintances including some of
tile newspaper fellows, to lest the toothsome
ness of the hotel cusinc. A new bill of fire had
been provided. The dish to which the atten
lion of the guests vvns particularly directed
was a fish chondcr. It was a good chowder.
Well cooked "hapuu " followed. Hapuu is a
rather dry fish ; b.it lias a flavor of its own.
The main thing to be remembered about last
Thursday's hapuu is that il was well cooked.
So was the boiled, the roast, the tiilniiiens
that followed. The dessert in any of its
many forms was good and only good. Dnubr
less one ought al a ays to be critical, and, ifnli-
jection is to lie made to Ihe dinner ol last
Thursday, it may fairly be made to the method
of serving a lot of little dishes of vcgUabli'S
with the roast. One vegetable besides imtato
s generally enough for a carnivorous guest.
(N. II. This is lugged in fur the pure pleasure
of finding fault.) To close seriously, ihe out
look for prnspciity at the hotel is a goul one.
The new proprietors are not likely to make the
hotel xiy nt once. 'Carle Hxncht to o.ie's pro.
prietor in tins exiicnxive market means a long
purse and small immediate profit, ll.it the
name nf miming a hotel worthy Ihr resources
of the islands it. worth all ihe Rime will cost.
In Ihe long run it will undoubtedly pay.
Among new features, soon to be put into
operation, are a laige meat and perblnble
supply refrigerator ; the falling of beeves es
pecially for holel consumption ; and the
fiiiuishing or pond mullet for hotel use.
Tlir 1'tillru I'iiuiI.
The Oahu-Collegi- commillrc consisting of
'resident Meriilt, Secretary Dole, "Treasurer
Cooke, Kcv.C. M. Hyde and Mr. I'. C, limes,
are actively engaged intheir final canvass fo rlhe
remaining $j,coo nctes.uy to secure the $15
oooortered by Hon. C. It. lJUhop for the
scientific dciiartinent on the condition that a
like amount be paid before June I, i3S. The
present slate of thafuhd is as follows.
Amount already acknowledged
ledged ? 8,2,35
1 . 1 ,000
. , joo
. .- too
to W. P. -
t. vv. I'leree.
II. V. Hall
Mrs. K. V. hainc...
Mrs. ti. II. Dole
F V. Dyer
A. F. Iijiuson
S. T, Alexandir
II. J. Nolle
Kevr I. 1). Paris
J. W. Austin
A I nencl. . v..
(i. N. Wilcox
I, A. Sclufcr
S. W. Wilcox
C. Kin-ling ', . .
virs. 1. 1 wooed ....
John Lucas ., ..
Miss II. I!. Norton....
II. I'. Dillinehanl
John P. Andcisoii....
P.. O. White...;....
A. S. Wilcox
I- N. Dyer
Judging Others vvill lie the Iheme nf Jlr.
Cruian's Sunday morning discourse. In the
evening the sermon will boon Mystery,
a talk witii thoj who say "Yuu ask iu lo
ncccpl tnyteri, and to liclieve things wc
cannot understand I It is absurd I"
AllaesnMar llw SAICItllVV I'Rt': nftt
In wMrta atllMSwairs will lu nu.Jtiol awJ ui
Mttntnttu ital :,ulnrriBiLms w)M w
jateiOi "M lWral m!lri(ii4nM v lbs
.. ,rufi.. rtint'M,
MlHlJ IS.-,Hl, tUtlAtv lsM.
llMumsu, r.y.rt. &U.
Vlnsn. l. Il'.etu4: ISamks I.hsmUhUc
IV4 lrXl.': t.'"nM'. ilSptWll
M l)pr y- I Imkf l W fcniltt M-fc-WJH1il.
f tWiMSssr Uitut )faM&u3Zl &
MkIsliyMtsy J(v.iUU in J ., Usjm al
tuijit Ih M)wk f'uitt "ss " MM)
I .tlOri I) tot (RMS- M, HiWMl IS 14K1M
f..is.n) Km ' Trjisy" Tr " '"' '" -" isWIips
MSHW - S
itutssrn W iir..sr,
laWLfssu S . lAs4f V
w liliff. f,,,
V. IIIIIOI.BV Si CO,
M.iiijUflurfrm iorifiirf f;?,iin.
JLr VSv-Sf fVSI, l I SS , . !.. S.l.'Ut4.
KsC 4rtH, l-a AUWij ItJi'.
AJOTICn OP RHMOVAL.
riiPin puck of nuisias
a. r,s (iiriiitx svi:hi;t,
Mel rfoar In VC. n IrwtK A Cn.,
Al'HIl. Ht. 1934.
'Iltmitlnn ON mrlli f tMr Rlf-Jprinaetr1lt
(ht mi mnn n vtwts tfssrf lll ilo ihetr lsf le r.
lain ihe soimt pi iMt new Men. rl'sss
i nwBfjs a coot: n
Vre mnstnntly rfrlhi ixl.llilrtns li ihelr UVIltll'.
n. VVhl.I. SKlKCI i:il Slt'CKnf
UOK WK.1T LUMOBK,
IUID WOOD LUMDBf!,
SIIIUGLHS POSTS, etc
line, 0.k, Aili, Knj, tltikssn'iiiit, O.lnr,
Donrs- s Sin 4 6s 106,
WluJows -7 s 911 tS x 4 In.
Ofnturli seep J line ssswlmrul.
i'ui .v'iiin, .iii in noil.
Oftlrvntml N'tut. $ J 10 r il ; S.ikes, 3 10 8 In ,
CoiTiisnli'd Qnlvitiiiaod Iron Rooilni;
fi, 7, 8 nnd 9 feel lengths.
Ciil.iniied Screws anil Uutiini.
snivel! riri:, Ts, r.n.jn., Traps, r. j, 4, t-
anil 8 In.
Icrr, t'otls Chimuies and rhiimiev I1!.., clirsr-rr
rti d far iirl.r to Uriel. Chimnlri.
I'.VINTF.KS' ANH (JUVZinils' HOOD'S.
tn ao vntKiisT. no itue frtim Howkonj per llarl:
rrAl in ninrvtiiies In still and .it tow? t marls, ct
IH'JIII l.l.Wl.K A. tUWKI!..
Importer .tin! Drulrr I11
CiwfH'tiifns IrfiiTijH, I'cnJ.int, Ilriclrl !-imtw
( I ntular, Sti(s? 'lulibr. IIiImh Iious',
afullVlitt I-ihtsrmj Mun, lWi, Ami
Tabic ljiiiip; CA ilH.,Cliimi, Ixtfltctfirf,
lAinii UnIcLsr li-i krvtitt in irliiixiu
sinvn ami liAwr.r.K iiw
J'.ii-nt Uivhn,.rvl, "Ka Klsui, Vitf O tAat
llrfktdll (iittlj rfiiiiiniii i toiit.
Mistsisfiirri KANt;i;-Ot.iiii,: muni? or ti
1 liKNCII UANf,r;S IVr rtst.nirnnt tioirK ni.J
iv,! frflM(tiicsrp Midi ct Mitliotit Ii A svaltr
ttTSTIiNllOI.M'S IXL CUtl.KKVi
A rut aisrflP)t-s' ui lal-ir, lrktittaii4l lea
Khivs bint I ni k ; Car rr and tcftc. si U
t.fil.t atul cT.atucfUl iv my lumltt- ; at
J'tXV't KillVM, tajitr, $Ii.rt:r l.utlvt l.ofe
uiid lidiW Suur, llrtil Kiur, tiiiuuf
VittuJi CiKk. Kniv, huiclwr n.l UikI.i!
IiImV Vi'ufkititihl I'.asktt; Ofiice, latucli,
TOOUM ATS AMorwl ftira ami iaiti-tn.
lUMtm Jlff,4t-r'ni MrriOrn I'h(TiigtW;
wtcr ami Ctvam halter-; T.tbl. Dcf.
ami Ia Km vet.; Korks uml biw.m. Sixain
UlMtriy NjiUm KluiS llntlrcM Alui,
lScklc and l,'iut StatttU, Hniicr 1!j1,
UanI lvsrxhcri 1'iuii bund, Pifnertc
Nioklc-mMintct Tt-i Sett In (uirt or wIioIp,
try neu and iWIia'ulr ; plain t'iUti
IflctrttUtt. Urie tniwtv.
Milk I Vh. f utiJHVsT nni plain iut,n, AiiiL
nv imlttiiiA in itrw fan
SscUCr.I'ANS-ilnamrlrd nndiiimtNl irttii, frctm 3 fint
to X jaikHU
IMHl iniH iviHl 'lanin, ti mrr vituirtu
fhV, Cftili, xwid Kntie tuxci -ptilsMii
Ciindri Liiitdttii't 1'im).
tftiiuan( ruiltxm, umnter, aik Kltrhrn
OKICCtTURAI. IMPIXMRN IS:
McJ'mo !'ki4, 1u)tcN, pwdt, 1 !(, KaLcs,
HmmiUkJ M.imtrv lork, 0i, Hsw tlatuUrt,
I'lu llatvUcniiul UcAitsW,
ICt; CltrSTSanJ UKCKirpKHATOKS.
IiM)VXN rODDKU rUllKKS-- ftirre , M
i, ix. knu -im.ncui, Hit At nui.
Amutvd l rQt4 lSw orV uanuard,
adtaflolifUt H. )U '. iUt H. '-
bti no. (d jinhililcr, lu
PLUMUHU AND IINSMiril MAUfKlVi.
tJirvjt Lt4l( to 11 IK firiusrc f ; ivil .
I4l jm tn iitmj Virr ClufciH Ov
SluH'ntit bbrvt oyvr, t!an jkiid t'l'.Ki
11 t. rv iiy, lb9 IUlm. Hihsliit HTV
IsiftcV awI enamel 1; tl.lto VaiirtaivJ ,
Slvtt trie ; Soft top'iWri our Piwi iiuUr
1 arrant d
UAlA'ANlZKt) IKON I'llM'U to a Inch; flUv,.,
1 rrturm, p4i, ihuiiiuj.
I'UT, V!CrI)i,ia'.cM toj iKJi i-Ita; Uut.li ami die,
(UUP CUllJi l-aritU varirty In inarlct, julnrtd
UUlit,sal Iiaiir. "
MAHV CHHIfUS, Uoy' l.wlUrruw ami Cm
ItaUuMlr-fvUUatd FIr and Iluretar pipU
i.lH (J fiulOT t Uff f XlikJ wl i.4CM4uU.
CtMt HvAdtd Uf. itpjsllMliiill, j
Ufcl.KlT ICt. MACIIINI.S:
Jim tbst tbtiis fsr u (mi placuiWh llieir
mawUa.uahlJ. Soull nulwi ulk
M iff fciif iWirt , M-Mssl d?f j) ; ill mtv 111
mti. Cuf kiih fu I tliirriMi fjf WmLVi2
irVsvWsd 11 yit tLiw mi aHJi.sii..
ai &tfW's)iJ la iklii' Mc uadi'tnM
jn$t'4r ai iiuU;' li-r. txlluif OtJi' cn J
tanriOVI Wr litis of U VVd tn lU., ayr, nl
HH WW WWHJH4 Ilfhl.MsA l4J,v
IIIUM.K UUOC'K, lOUTSIHMX
N.N.lJt4f(.ste Uiur iUad aLjw J.JHr.i;"-!!-!
APOM! (OK(Kr II. M iyit
OTICE TO STOCKJlOUDmJ3,
Ik'tttltHlttl BMtlist lA' th itCs-LlutUtv-a tA l!
HOUlfM' rv"Oi Cl al lis 1. ti II
tMv 4 I (1 , 11.4411, rft liMula), A'd9li t
l-t 14. 0ium VJilC.V
ii" H" sv' s, j i 's;svnv
F II. i Aarr.H. .iitt.s iumi K. C. lie-
VV ti IlIiv. f l..utL. . . t.i,.th..a
... ...: t
lt-Ji' iluA a;Oc, i! iif im
A SSICTICHS NOTICE,
Uh l-alTVf4tl4T i& -iJtJ rail at il .W
TT IIACKFF.LD ft Co.,
orFm rort sm.e
invoices or NEW ooons,
i: Unit Kl snl Mtnll.n
tst4tltig In si ft l.lln !
A I.urSo AssoHlnmit ol l)iy Ou'oilj,
Drrlfmi, Itrtwnnu.l While Coltims, Oilllt, Tick.
ITlfs, Tnrbry ItM, Mrrlnos-Llaek inj
ClilArcil, 4 qtlAtltltS, Urllt, Alt.sfii,
Colmiric, llisltan Clolh au.l
tttick, (iros-iiialii, r.ncv, Collrcl aiiJ Stllpnl
UdrtKr, Crt .e, Ac,
Mrti'n i'll I'll I nil hill (inoih,
SMtti, Woolen, Mlsril, Catifo, Hickory, Dtnlm
Id., Mrilnu ami Cult 0.1 UiiitntliitU, Wnlie
Itnluii, bhiili, Uocks A UlocVlujs, Cltuvx
HAiLtkirrtiiffi, Knulirili, a Ivrci? In.
vulce of CLOTHING foiili.tln
ol 1'ine Wills Cla'.li Cmti rj
I'auts, bncksktii backs,
rmitsaiiil Stilts, 1'rlt,
Iliwt Slilrti, ami
ClulJren's Jacktti, 1,
H.CoJti t J.ectnt's, Mon
key autl bailor Jackets, Cir)1'!
Kli.ij.m, bilk audi, CUmtiicllas
anttl'arasots, l'attcy and TrAvtllinx
Rliavls, Cotlu'l nil. I Turkish 'to writ,
Wlille ami Fancy Quilts, Pelt Hhks and Ulns-
ads Carpeting- Silk and Velvet K.uliom, hreads
White and Fancy DlanLets,
Fancy fjlrlne'l Woolen, two slees,
bc.il let, Oranec, While Wimlrn And J po'ntl,
LI ui tons for Shirts, Cu.lll. Pants, lliesses,
pi: ii v u m i: n v,
Genuine hint lie t'otvite. I.ut.ln's l',s.
Iraus, luilcl b.van, f'liil n-ouie, llnr
Oil, Cullhs. Nrullllfttllssrs, l'lie4. I.
It Hills, IfariiHmlia. Itlahl. HuiiVn,
IWd lxl. Jrviiliv, t;.,td Watrlics
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums
Intension, Arm, Duiinx room and I'arlor CliAirs,
-ittlces, Mirnn-s, elc,
.'idires, l.'nlfal. lis, llhlhi.Sllrrtll' Inttlirr
Ueiiip.s. I. It. I'ekinc, Civil lljll.lt,
CRATES OF ASSORTBD CROCICnilY,
Couiiniuir riates Cn Trix-nts low!, Cliamlvr,
Kit UutiiM -nil luUt-rr, l)(-i.iiHlinst i Hik1 5
(4.ljrt Sample Itst(Ia Vikci and (TtUttwjrr, .Manila
ftinl Itrd Homj, Caul Itajrt, (tuiiiiltfi. CwtlM,
PuilAji WiMil)i.-(t, and TmiIUiI b3l(irij, Lii.fii floor
SUOAIt AM) KICK HAfiS
1 all siies nmt ,uahtie.
Santittrs tn half and quarter boxes,
Sail In Jars, Callor CJil In tins. Matches
Cocoauiit Oil, Vath Blue, II. Whitu Lead,
Kier.i. C.o.alJ., a, j, ami 6. II. & P. Hhc.ill,
llubbiick's Lhueeil Paint Oil, Wli.to Zinc Pain
Uri'iimn mill Ifni'iiiui Citurv,
. I'l-teJ uare Spisj, s-,4. Cm-i, lea
vrn. c'iijis, NapLiit Kiiiuv, S.Jveis, eic.,
tsulet nj llntifirr Knives, Sclivsrs. Shee , Shears.
Nctdlat; 3pjMi, r lies, hj.ui. C.jUa,ii4,t llas'iis
llouii Jrw), Kee Kivtltf ll.titi,iri, S'ellou
atei.il nnd CuiuikVsiinn N'.Vds, lUiim-it
Jlabl.m Meal, Suur tooleis, 1,4.1.
KlreCla7, HUcksinUh Coat, Flro liilcki, lit.
Untidy Danels, Oak Bstats, &c,
fbders fnioi tlnllisr KLmdiiaternllv Icmletlto,
II. in.. 1,1 ,1 .
cloture A of bule.
In occnntTwe wiiha itower nf aV ojniainnt f.i a
mum monitiicf nud l. I. il GAKhl.l'l ia. C.
Al I.K-N and 1. I'. KOIUXVINVdaie-lil.t 3ilt.lay
d( Mtft iSSi.rrCuidnl.rt liUr &, i-atjcs 4iSiio: Not it
ulitrcliy guii ilut the iDslkiitc i'f ald inMrtcaj in
triiitt i Torrcl. olil iiiurlirivt. f.ir (iil.it.-.ii H.L-n
aitd IH. futnl firedsTM.i will mII at uMic h ictton i
in? vt,ig rovHiit ui la. j. uantiii ittittulitiu, o.i
Suturdaj-. tlato llvH day of May. 1K4,
At i M. of mill Ja)(.i pr-i.iiti UcMTilcd f.i tci.il
iK4tjt3t' a Ul.m tjircttj.
runner iiarikuurh tin i hl ol u W. Akltrnnl,
Ailuntv) ti Iaw.
II K, MACCAKUNK,
Aiiiee of .Mortnagr.
I'rpnsrtV to Le vU tttmtriies, a Inte of vnlitAhU
cauc aihI fOtfln UitJ ki Aliuinuuu, KooUiijioVo,
Oatnvbiliiu.lly (uccuted 1.) (If Ui&,t Kcv. l.tJoi
Mairei t u William Xvilit and ilinc li tmul con
tfraiiUstlusuid . C t.amll Said Ivn Im wtoui
fviurcjr4 r 1.1 iui, Mill, llie yrUUt'ZtU rvtieual f.f
Atunlirr term of tn Jeam, and em-raiv a)iit tf
uc rial 1 rad v feiicufil and lmnroitHl. aii1i ihe ntlila-sr
taddi.u tuftaid area
!.. !..!.. t.l.. .It.. .1. m .. I I . a
(-ISM 1 in. 1 until y iniiu 1 lie inn p iwtvi nKJncas aifl
ta t AA a alte, artj, a dnellbi lii-ul and lit
iiMittla!.. fvr a tnzar mill on iiij prtmUt .hI a ij(iaM
tuyof nijtur itimjiiierr) n liiMiuluIu and tlwl',.?.
Uwiiotulu, ArulUilit l"t, - i8ft.(i
AIIU & CO
IISVR A Mr. 6T(1! Or 111
VKUV UKUT HAY, CHAIN, fl'C,
irliich ii t.rTera-1 at the
LOWHST MAUKET RATHS,
and tleliverfj ft, ti, any j-ait pfihs rily.
Ajems fvsr lit
I'urlle Mill mil I, If liinni.iurr l'.
Ajo.ii f ll,. UOcVVl.K l Kl.tPIIONI'.
(ninu4.rilf U Ifeed for iW btal. vf Cahl'..t,It(
iKi.iifiioi: J.' i(Mjir;
LLUt,TIATl;l UUTrjUlt bllLETS.
- ;isr uivai
llljlfylKATKIf LinTl.U I'Al'llt,
td sinsd. vliss-cs
kl i'l,l ltUn.1 Kuiury i-l lyu.irt (ksmi
ftiaul 1ImiIJiis llicll kul Isa uu V, quilts .MOilfl
-iij(il qutit. .
I, Sal at
llci,0. Ill HUMS
7hUHSCHIMKI u tVft.llral co.ji-UiI any
ihM. hllUji lfcj, (, h. (jaiMBjJ j.M UK Kisl-
sinlfrfrw. t.aisMdi wMvtteuir.)iDse fa ksik.g
Mtivci (tUsu UL.)a kill, m- it ui,
tuns, v, 1 l u I'M,
Mtssns. it. Moitn &. co.
Ktmi gsneeW. Ilawni
VV'miM W m nnrtrtlr MM ilm l.y
! Mat ,sliM t ihtuwcm r ir fint...
"i10uitiit01.11- antrttm itAtjinsii.
if Aityssfrss rAtstlissssastssnrtiitss Jilm
wiU 1W1 well oi esnntne fttem,
V A KtimhH af MHSttfc
DAtilitt-iuiKl nrRser-ti. ISist !Jfit frn(,
Wtotiietlrr Uin.l, rtemte.ty llrffei
Si'rolth A WlSMn Kevolvfrs:
A full jrnrirlfmnt e4 (,ArrKIIM1t1a t.l nnd
IHptr ilwtt -, n !f.Kiil.n'4l)nr1 fclfsta.
ifr Call as. I evsnln nwt nl I
llf!nj h our rm.lr) a HtUIss t.L n.U linn
lAll. Mcatn iHfjinml ioit.allllHrlsf f if., r Ina
nfMlif.nsv.nnerait.1 on shoM nHless,
Smtihtt MttihUir rrjiithril mut tuljintiil
And all kinds of Inin Wwik nmde and itfwlreil
OOKS I'UKTAINIHO TO HAWAII
Jarees ltUioryr.f ide llinallsii Mm.14.
Miss ninri Ws Vlamln tn ike Sandwich Ittanils,
Miss CfS.rit.rn CtiiittinnKS I1n IV101I jiT7i.
VI rl lu.lls llf-mdulk
ILnraitAii Atntanac and Anmial.
I'lifellier oil), a lAnje ttftek rf nl.nlle nn.1 tmntain
Ing IrfM It, hit nf ninth hi pntlislnU In the tiiffilenienr
i.i this lijier.
For sale nt
Til til. II, TIIIH'M'S '
I'm! SI. vmr.
CBANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Tin Maanitcrnt, Sew, nnd Lletut Stfaiiili1tr.
Mli:iroSA unit M.AMr.hA
Will leal, llottrilnlu and San lmncist
1st nuil liitli of Iincli Moiitli.
I'.tssenrers by this tine are hereby notll'mt ilivt lln-y
Mill ha Allow e.1 so lbs. f )tfi;.vc fres- h theOter
land Railway, when Irnvclliitq F.i.
rstUKsinsi TitkKTH rna oiio mr, $ijj.
pood to return byun; of the CornKiii's St taiuei.H tib
ia mnet) ilis.
I'.i.seneers nmj lisve thstr names imokeil In pdiitnr.
h aiii.lvttv M the hftue .rthe Afients.
Mcrcnamlisu iiileiided Tor fthitiiient by this line, .fill
lie rneiveil f,eeijrt,r.,r,e in the Comrsiny's net. Maie
h.)use, ami receits ined ( x same. . Iinnirtcr m,
inenbamtise, M tnlst in the Mateiinnse, hI1HI ovsr.ers
VVII.UVI.I C.. IHVVIMtrCo..
Airenir, t) S.t, Co.
LINK OI SllvAMllKS.
Hems j Caim-iande
Will run iei;,iUil f.r KOVA and KM ,
Leaves Honolulu al 4 p. M.i
I'tl'lay ...Viirtl ITiuvlav...... . Mai
1'illay -April 4
huviay .... . ' 11
Irtttay " k
I ll.l.ll-..,.,.. jun. I.
In.at.iy..... " i7
lVi.Uy..v..'. . " a7
.lay viay 6
Hotiirniiiir, Touchtii; at Maalea
I ursfav .. .
1 rl.lav . .
Cameron, eomm.ni lrr. Ieste lliiihrsbiln .iw.TnM.
I IV alsp.1.1. r..r N.iw.l,lli, I...U., III. ..It, m U i
lnra, KaitiLa Ktlurntnj-: leaies Kawiliaih eiery
Tltv thtturs Miikw,
Krrimin, cJijmvt'lf'r, lie Uiatfidiilii evny Thun
Hiy. ai 1 (i, in. fi-r kajai atl Kilatio, KH.t.i
Mi icaires Kaiiaiert-ry ine-kii) at 41 in ami luucit
ln at W.1U1M4 Uiili a.
Tin- C. It. ItiHto,,,
Iljliv. entlli la'Vtler. lea, en ll.i'kihihi evers I'.imaiIss.
al iMi, r,y Kulu.liiie. II vnol.ui. and 1'iuii.haii, K.
Inrulii ardre. at llh.n..ulu ei.ry tsuti i iiMning,
TOfnt Ii ..r ih lii,,. f.sa it Klli.te.
Streel, ns'.w b ", M. S. S. vv'nirif i;(.
)ACIFIC MAIL STBAMSIIII COMI'ANV.
I'Oll SAN IRANCISfO.
Th. Si'eiklld Sieamsftp
Mill leait lloiwstnlii fVr Han l raiSrV'si
Ou or uljout M.iy lltla
;0H SVUNEY Via AUCKLAHI). ,
T be Etdeiull I tSltamsMp "
. k'A I, A X H I A,
Ou or bnutf.'r ....Aoill llltti.
'I Imi ailents sir Aft, nov eired lo Uoi. tUl-etf hi
siaii I'laiWvlaiet nUeM (vi infill rouiullriij
(IimxIs fif sbli-rtMn pir ueamer eo, uh UoreJ,
frra i.r rhlrie, n lb. tlnviic' MatrlsisiMi i,r lb.
siKanwrs, haif. '
Via frelubt s-r luiute, S ply tq
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lltnliaailis. rttrlvrj fiwif, I,e, nj hWiat li
advait. nu.1. i Jilji nrt.1. 1' IbU hi .
EW YORK and HONOLULU
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RUVUR tk CO'S
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sIbIih . sty wir
K1liJtif ImiiU lull. Jlft-Jst i t,'blLsM
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as IjsAat. SabuC
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