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SATUWDAY 1 Ms4 ICSS
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SATURDAY JUNH m. i4
Hrti'r.v iw e.i rieis
The ruWH OfUie lwrl of rrtitrj-
trwl for lift llTBiWtal twins, in n ttont
ifltiirt f ithipb Ifxit muni itiletrtt. "an
far as (he lwiftor acnfml U iiMiii-
torn In it nremirailon, H i worthy of
Jarful rnmmeiMiatiori, uuomm h it
prwenti a tullcr ami more niRgt-stire
rsrvkw fsf the wtiwl work dune in the
ctamh than ha Iswn i uMiirmuy I hr
Itricf MMary pmll tlie rcirort nf
owe of the tnimiiMl Hoot i an ail
inimltle feature I'he prominent e
Ciren t Inthntnal training in icvera!
Ol the lading aelmcil. will prove a inr
pit to man) who have ilenloicd the
licence of thii fentttrf in mir liol
sjyweni AirlrMlttne.rarjientcTiMg, print
ing, (Minting, inaionry, tailoring, i on.
iiK. rtntl MMening are nom of the
Unwciie. of mcful prartlrnl kttow'ctlgp
that are taught in liter Itlalicr at liool
In thin. well n in the matter of
advanced arade, intirh rcillt mint he
accorded to the independent hoarding
tfhooh. It will Iwa Miprie to many
that one of these clino, with it osct
a ihouand gratiimtc. 11 within two
)car of Its semlicntuarv. Undouht
edlywhcn the cdiirationnl history of the
islands shall he written, it will he found
that the Rrentest mistake of the kw in
the eduention of the natives win m not
providing more hoarding schools for
the hoys and Rirls, and in aiding those
in operation to meagrely
There are grounds in the report he
fore us for sci ere stricture. A care
ful scrutiny of the so called (English
schools shos that six of them arc con
ducted in churehos, and cramped for
room at that. In one district in Ham
nkua, the inspector general rcportseigh
ty children of school age, only fifty per
cent of whom attend school on account
of limited school accomodation Re
peatedly it is said in the report that the
schools arc stiiTcrini! in discipline and
efficiency on account of hunted and
extrcmel) unfavoiablc accomodations.
Again, ten important EnglUh schools,
including those at I'apaikou, Wnianac,
l.ihue, I'.ihala, Wailuku and l-nluma,
having a rcortcd total attendance of
056, arc taught hy only ninetten teach
ersan average of over fifty scholars
to each teacher Now these schools arc
the scry flower of our common school
system. They represent the work that
is heingdone in the lower grade schools
in English instruction. They ate the
schools that arc specially fosicrcd hy the
policy of the board of education. Hut
any one conversant with the labor inci
dent to a teacher's position in these
Knclish schools knows well enough
that thirty scholars is all that a teacher
can instruct with any real advantage.
In other words, the schools mentioned,
including several others, in less central
localities, should have a teaching force
of at least thtrty-tivo for the 956 schol
ars reported, instead of ninetten as at
present. What kind of, progress would
a school of fifty American or English
boys, not acquainted with the German
tongue, make, were they to study read
ing, spelling, arithmetic and geography
in that language, under a single teacher
who spoke that language only '. Such
an education is farcical. In the pres
ent instance it is a more serious matter.
For if popular education is the valuable
economic thing that wc all think it is,
then the negligence to provide for the
necessities of the hour, is a criminal ne
gligence. If the schools arc not pro
perly supplied with teachers, and the
accomodations are insufficient for the
school nonulation, and many schools
are in had condition because cramped
in church pews, and others are ineffi
cient because of inadequate school fur
niture appliances, whose blame is it ?
The answer to the foregoing question
is. that the board of education is utility
of gross official negligence, to call it by
no harsher name. With the flourish
of a play-actor, the president of the
board begins hit report vhus " It will
be seen that there remains an unexpen
ded balance on account of the Hureau
of Education of $45,765.02 , and of the
large sum of $75,000 voted by the last
Assembly for the support of English
and Hawaiian schools, only $41,537.83
has been expended.'' Having thus
publicly posed as an economist, it is
not inappropriate to ask, Was the sum
of $33,463.17 unexpended for Hawaiian
and English schools because those
schools were am ply officered andaccoin
modated ? Or, Was that sum unexpen
ded to tide the ministry ovcralamcnta
ble list of deficits in other depaitments ?
In plain language, the schools are not
in as efficient .1 condition as the board
of education had it in their power to
make them. They have been seriously
impaired in their efficiency by the po
litical necessities of a cabinet that dc
manded an unexpended balance when
'itTtMicccisities of education demanded
the expenditure ot the very last available
cent, If the members of the legisla
ture could only make a tour of inspec
tion of the English and Hawaiian
schools, and sec them in ojcrjtion,aiid
then call on the ministry for anexplana
tion so lame and so disgraceful, that
ceo' man';, face would burn with indig
nation at such contemptible chicanery.
Mr. Hartwell's biKech, delivered
at the meeting last Saturday, contained
much food for thought Its Ixst point
was a direct proposition bearing upon
the gold bill. He, vcrv tlcaaly jiointcd
out that the gold nan'dard here was not
obtainable- at least noiwuirtainaUe
unless we limit thc.olume of subsidiary
silver. Mr Hattwell'ii idea was that all
W UUIlWKlia luvanaa uiui ui
fcllvtr other than Hawaiian should be
deprived of full legal lender power, and
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tiav at bullion value only Smh action
-if It limit the volume of Hawaiian
silver to the aitual needs of the nation
would le the most statesmanlike and
thorough-going solution of the ubi-diary-allver
oition of the turrency
qucatioa With the gold tandard and
only Just enough Hawaiian silver in
circulation iorvcrca change, we should
be on the soundest possible Iwsis, Sjiced
'e hpie the Dole currency bill tH
be paised a drawn except a
amended so a. to surtly limit the sub
aidiary silver circulation. No gold law
that docs less can be north the paper
it is Mitten on,
tttr .iii'i.iimi .it mi; iwnu
The meeting at the I ueiini last
Saturday ernlnn was an earnest that
there is vltit! inteieat m the great ipies
tion of the hour, shall, or shall not the
national Imiik hill ms .juI Satin day's
meeting said " No " and ald it with a
quiet, determined einpli.iiu that meant
" liuMncM ttmttnfit iiiingh W Itli
nearly ever) thing that nni sold teason
ahle and earnest men who read the in
ports a well as lhoe who listened
rmild cordially agree I here was one
jieesh of dlstimtly villous "Mini lot"
deiiMgnglsm whldi mi leasonahle man
iHu it to endorse the speech of Mr,
Anhfnrd, We do not assume that the
sneaker was either innhuere or design
edly incendiary . hut hisspeeih earned
the effect til Iii'in,; htith, It wis
i irralnly " injiidlnon " That we need
not all it hy a harsher term the speaker
may thank Mr. Isenherg, whose nunlv
ami thoioughl) icnsihlc npcerii gauged
thr temper of tho meeting cxattiy. It
meant tn lie firm , it meant to he tun
ted , hut it meant also to keep within
the law. That is what wc all want.
When the law fails us and not till then
imcudiary talkers may he needed in
this fliiht. Hut we think, even then,
that Kearneyisiu is
leadership we need.
not the son oi
'I he antl monopoly feeling was thor
oiighlv pronounced at last Saturday's
meeting. Anil if ii took the shape of a
strong feeling against Mr. Spreckcls
that gentleman has only liimscll to hi. vine
for the state ol nll.tirs. v c took tlie
ground, a car ago, that Mr. Spreckcls
having most to gain hy good govern
ment and most to lose by had govern
ment could not afford to join hands
with Mr. dibson to defeat the will of
the intelligence and decent y of the
nation. 'I he recent elections showed
that a majority of all the voters of the
kingdom distrust and dislike thcCilhsou
administration. A majority, of the
voters of the nation have come to be
lieve that Mr. Sprcckcls and Mr. Gibson
mean to " run this kingdom to suit
themselves making the king a mere
automaton to register their united will,
Right or wrong this opinion prevails ;
and anti-monopoly is nicicly one of its
If the Advertiser, in its editorial of
yesterday, meant to convey the impres
sion that the opposition to the bank
charter was the opposition of a "sand
lot clement in local politics, it has
given currency to a mischievous mis
conception of an earnest and manly
determination to maintain popular
rights. The rhairmain and the princi
pal speakers at last Saturday's meeting
showed that the citizens who attended
it meant to protest against aggression in
a strictly law-abiding, temperate and
honorable manner only this and noth
ing more. The Advertiser has no right
to ignore this patent fact.
rm: ii.i.v- riririn.'Ks.
Thcc is no little consolation in the
bank charter having been so "scotched"
by the unanimity or the people tn op
position to its iniquitous provisions
that it hides its head, fearing it may
meet its just deserts, death, at the
hands of an assembly that ought to be
thoroughly aroused to the protection 01
the country's interests. Hut in the
rumored withdrawal of the monopoly
charter and the notice by the minister
of finance of his intention to introduce
a general banking bill in its place, it
behooves us all to watch closely and
guard jealously our individual and na-
IIUI1.U liuwiuao. 1 liai .1 ituiui ui ma
trUSt prevails is natural, and although
as yet we cannot charge ttie cabinet
with being party to the scheme ot the
monopoly charter there are internal
evidences that such iniquitous demands
would never have been made if the
parties had not authoritative encourage
ment. And this view is strengthened
by the attitude of the cabinet in con
nection with the new bill. Why this
government solicitude for a banking
scheme that creates such alarm and
engenders nought but suspicions ? The
insidious working of the Gibson
ministry against the best interests of
the country has created and feeds the
vvant-of-confidence feeling in the com
It is to be hoped before our solons
consider that portion of the appropria
tion bill relating to the streets of this
city, that they will carefully note their
condition and enquire into the case
thereof. If rotten stone is to be con
tinued as freely as it has been used of
late for beds and always for repairs,
then the money must be liberally sup
plied. This continuous round of street
patching and rut filling takes time and
money, and brings the road supervisor
frequently to mind in not the pleasant
est of moods.
The question of the control of the
Congo River is one of international
importance. there is not universal
satisfaction with the terms of the agree
ment between England and Portugal,
It is feared that it is like putting an
embargo upon the possible traffic that
may seek that great highway to put the
control of it in the Kwcr of such un
progressive and ahitrary rule as the
ii, m ii n ww-.
The resolutions passed at the meet
ing ot last Saturday were circuiaicu
doring the week and will be presented
to the legislature Monday, Over 600
signatures including the names of a
majority 01 mercnanis, proiessionai
men, clerks and mechanics of the
town -are on this most forcible peti
tion. It is the best jwssible answ'er
to the query "Are we a sand lot ?"
Fourth of July will he three weeks
from yesterday. We trust that Hono
lulu's observance of that national holt
day will be all it ought to be. Next
week wc hope to chronicle the result
of a full, harmonious and progressive
meetinc of Americans. The American
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or to-night, at the Hawaiian
Tlie big petition means business in
just the right stay the way of earnest,
law-abiding men, who know their rights
and, knowing, dare maintain.
Two thirds of the mechanics ofHon
qlulu have registered their protest
against even the appearance of monop.
It is evident that unless, more caie U exer
cised in die blasting foi the cellae of the new
police station that somebody will get buit.
The blast ie too laig and evcie foi so
MBtuI location. That the piess of the city
has not been called unon to cbionlcle tome
' .in.. imt.1 liifKtf f uteri. ft,in nnnd lurk
I thin jixk! lnaeagetnenl,
Mltrr .ll'tml llotmliilii'' fihrrll.
I limn ssTumisv I'kmi Air t ril
in sour lsl munlri, lili grwt Mtlsfaetton,
tlif aitlclf on llminliilii slirrti. t tmfUilt
tre ttt At l lt sotnf on terms to Wf tkrn
In Imtnl nd IhlnUt ImiKittuM rntntgh In tih
lUh llif tliuW of itli Iniwnvrmf Ills ti iiH
lie mJilf to one rll), rnl which iwM tn-li
irrnniptiOinl, ami einkkly, If wc 1I11 not wnt
llif emulation unit iriliais llir future ilfMlnlfi
of ilie )lul lo W Injuenl. Of cmiesr llul n
wsny stating lnroiivrnkiifrt ami iirffrl lir
hfen ullnwnl lo nUnil tlirouijli limn for o
miny yrnei, Is midoulilnliy llir irmli of the
piestlil tyAlfm "( mlmlnlitistloii, unit would
not luvr been mftVerd hid r bad in rlfelhe
municipal coepo? Jlloti lo Mtcnd epeclilly lo
lie nlofllitlly. Hut I nly comldrint
It 11 nijiiitlnit fid tint tiiiiind m nuuy Inlclll
pen! und tntt men In ihii mldil. no one
thiniM have evei elei his voice ilemallcapy
on tlie iiilijrcl 1 lhl upalliy may he eoiuldeied
a eeiult of llie rlinule However I could not
help ofien filvlng some ntlenlluti lo llie mallei
and I would myself have undertaken llie Mudy
I allude lo, linl I not lieen delened hy not
thinking in)elf competent rnnuili. And
I now ronp.ialiilalr you on the fad that the
Saliitdav I'ich his Mined ihesulijert up and,
what Is hellee villi, mirrlses lo keep It up.
Also have I thought that you would pctliap
allow me lo iint out oceavlonally some items
which have come mote ipeclally under my at
Kvet ilnrc I have lieen liete I hive adwica
led (and pialuti!) noi olone) the project of a
new alrect at the fool and round J'unchhowl,
no illHed as lo eilahllth a new and direct
communication lielween the rapidly gtowliig
dlilrlct of Makiki Plains with Niiiianuu Avenue,
giving al the ame lime a new opening to the
now forlorn Pnuoa Valley. This sheet, liet
'ng fiom Wilder Avenue on Maklkl Plains
could he divided Into two branches, one run.
nlng up the hill hack of PuiicMkiwI and fallinp.
into I'auoa Valley after having opended an
access Into Ihc cratee Itself ) the ollie,
cither following at first n portion of I'enucnu
sleet, o- clic striking oH from Wilder Avenue
a block higher and following the base of the
hill, then running idmve the new and already
important Portuguese settlement growing lie.
bind the hospital, up In Its junction with the
present I'.im road at the top of Kmini street.
All this being neatly absolutely on CJovcrn
inent lands of very sterile ruality, ll would
cost but very little to open, and from Its dom
inating situation oser the whole town.lt would
constitute llie most favorite drive of the cap
ital, from which the enchanted eyes of those who
drove along It would embrace the whole pan
orama of our Ivnna district, from Diamond
Head and Watkiki unto Kwa and the Waianae
bills. The population arc now always com
plaining and justly of the very limited
resources for driving, ihc drive being ctmfined
to lleretania and King streets. The futuac
street I nm alluding to would be a new ami
important adjunct to our "promenades," es
pecially as it could with very little of trouble be
carried out so as to join lleretania street near the
Kamoiliili Church; for this, it would be sufficent
to join Wilder Avenue to Heck with street, and
continue this one up to Kamoiliili, and thus
the new artery would then present from its
Initiating point in Nuuinu Valley, a total ex
tension of nearly ( miles.
1 must here be excused for mentioning that
I have already been working personally, as
far as I am concerned, for rendering possible
the latter part of this scheme, by opening at
my own expense on my property, a continue
ation of Deckwith street, below Punahou
College, down to its intersection with Met
calf street. And 1 have also labored for
obtaining the junction of lteckwith street with
Wilder Avenue, but here I have a painful
statement of ofneal mismanagement to relate.
This junction necessitates the opening of the
missing link between Punahou and Makiki
streets, on land belonging to His Majesty King
Kalakua, who very kindly offered to make an
exchange of the necessary strip of land, so
that the only expense to the government
would be the erection of a bridge on the Makiki
gulch. Something like 18 months ago I took
the trouble of drafting a petition which was
signed by ov er 50 important persons, lor
the purpose of obtaining from the gov
ernment the necessary red-tape measures
prescribed by law via: examination of request
by the court andbyajury;andalthough the only
land owner interfered -with had willingly adhe,
redto the plan, nothing yet has been done for
this reason that this petition was handed to the
then minister of interior, Mr. Bush, who, with
his characteristic indifference and neglect, mis
laid it. When minister Gulick catneto office I
submitted the matter to him. Hut with his
mellifluous and pompious way of promising to
do nothing, the only satisfaction I could obtain
from him in a matter in which the king him
self was interested, was that it would "in due
time", receive the attention of the administra
tion, as there were then no more funds to ex
pend on streets (not even on a street which
was to cost nothing but tome trifling formali
ties. Can we hope that, now that money will be
again plentiful vit, as soon as the Appropria
tion Hill has been voted Minister Cullick
will condescend to bring the ebulous heights
of the official promises Into the brief channel
of practical go-to-work business. I really des
pair of it, unless the Press to thoroughly sue
cecds In making the high servants of the public
attend to their duties In road matters as well
a.sin others, that the whole project from
Nuuanu Avenue to Kamoililei Church around
Punchbowl and via Wilder Avenue and Deck
with street, be declared urgtnt malttr and
put al once into the hands of the survey-office
for practical developments. It is useless hereto
mention that in additoon to giving the in
habitants ol Honolulu a new and favorite
drive, the present proposition would, for a
small cost, render hundreds of acres of land
available fo? building purposes, in the most
desirable palls of the territory, and consequently
augment the value of taxation thereof, so that
even if which is not the case the expend
iture for completing the were road even large
enough to oblige the government to make aipe
ciil loan for it, the Importance of the results
would justify any such action.
Hut enough foe to-day.
Honolulu, June Jth, 1884.
Jfaul oh Aja .Veil- Ola 11 k.
EntroK Satuxhav Press Sir The peo.
ptc of Maui ate profoundly moved by the bill
foe the new Hawaiian National lUnk. The
meaning of the measure will be rcalired by con
sideling what ll would be foe a man to intrigue
to enter his neighbor's home, and to take
cluiee of his puise without giving security, and
to manage all bis business and his domestic
affairs. The effect of the measure on the
Islands would 1 nothing shoit of ibeir
subjugation by s foreign power. When we
consider with what methods anJ fierceness we
woutd ieIst an invasion by a foeeign nation,
we may rcalUc to what length wt should go
in icbuklng and reiUting the rude effrontery,
the utter selfishness and the cool rascality of
the measure, and still moie of Ihe effort by
intrigue and probable bribery to futce its
enactment, J M, A.
Maul, June i, lU.
Mis. Commander UeLong Is to be granted
a peiuloQ of fifty dollars per month,
;,s, inr : '(c:i:i.s.
stn-slisv's srssioi rvvrTV sitsril tisr
fhe following petitions were pirsrntrd
Hy Mr Kamakele, that the poll Hi
llawailins lie ledured lo 7S ernls,
Hy Me. jDowsetl, from handier nf rum
mrne relMlng tntbe I lsw,tllan National Hank.
Hy Mr. (1. Iltnwn, with many players erfer
linn to sandaiy committer 1 from chairman f
a public meetlnu held at KohaU with many
ptaveis 1 from W J. Wrluht telatlng lo the
gent of lh lioard nf health.
Ily.Mi W O Smith, for a )re court at
Hy Mr Ahnln, that llie government pbyl
elan at liana be continued.
Hy Mr. l)or irlatlngto filling tight.
Ilv Mr, Kanealll, fin a mall carrier between
Wnfiiikti ami NValkiipu 1 for an English school
lly Mr. ( llrown, for a resident physician
lly Mr. Kauwll.1, that the sale nl awabe
Hy Mr. Kauhane, for a mad district of Kail.
Hy Mi Nahinu, l,y for a whaif ai llou
Hills wete Introduced as follows ,
Hy Me. Hitchcock, relating In telegraph and
Hy minister Kapena, eclating lo establish.
Inent and regulating of national banks,
timetnor llomlnfs ieiirted his molcMV had
been pirated lo sign the luikey bill,
'llie following icpoits wete presented
lly Mr Mutt .Smith, Iroin nirreni) mm.
mlttee that a new bill had been framed mid
was recommended to be pitted. The new bill
was ordered In be printed,
lly Ml. 1.. Ilrowa, tliat the pas dill le
passed after slight amendments are made.
Keturneil In the committee lo ameml properly.
lly Me. W. U. Snillli, that the bill leUttng
In libel be amended and passed. Itqioit
teceived and the bill as amended pasj'd to
j minister (iulick, report nf iiumlgfllm
bureau also, iclatlng In ;ovcrninent land sales
and lease. I lot I) tefertt-d to plinling com
lly Mr. Dole, from judiciary committee,
that the bills relating lo circuit court at Wai
luku t claims nf aliens against the government)
rclatlni! to crown lands, be all laid on table 1
for a migistrate at Makanao be lefened lo
sanitary committee ami lor a second illstiict
justice nt Knu, be returned to the Introducer.
.Mr, c, mown lean lust tune a 11111 to amcnii
section 67, chanter 43, laws of 1882, Passed
In second reading.
The older nf the day was as follows
Third reading of a bill for purchasing the
property Honolulu Hale and l.eahi. Passed.
Srcoml reading of a bill iclatlng lo the col
lection of taxes from wandering Chinese. Re
ferred to judiciaiy committee
Second leading of a bill to amend sections
38, 45, 47, chapter 4J, iclatlng to internal
taxes. Kcfcired to select committee.
Second lending of a bill to amend seclton
14, chapter 71 penal code, relating to Ha
waiian leasing the country. Referred to judi
Ihiid icadTng of a bill to provide a police
justice for l.ihue. Kauai. Passed
rUFSIIAV's ShSSION MIIRTIKIH HAY
The following petitions were presented :
Ilv Mr. Kamakele. to open a ro.nl in the
District of Makawao : tclatinc tn tns appeals
and lax assessors.
Hy Mr, Kaulukoii, that the horse rnlhoad
bill be indefinitely postponed.
Hy Mr. Kalua, that fitst teim of circuit
court still lw held at I.ihaina.
lly Mr. Aholo, that where suear cane is
plantctl the land be fenced in.
1 lie lollowini; reports ol committees were
Hy Mr. Dole, from judiciary committee, re
lating to appointment of circuit judges, Oahu,
that a new hill be framed, Report received
and ordered to lie- printed.
lly .Mr. Isenncrg, Iroiu education commit,
tec, relating to a number of petitions, that
they be referred to board of education; $;,ooo
for I lilo Hoarding School, be laid on the ta
ble; relating to new school house at Knlua
boarding school at liana, be referred to hoard
of education ; relating to building of boarding
schools and geneology board, be laid on the
table. Report accepted.
lly Mr. Dole, minority report from currency
committee. Ordered to translation.
Hills read first time:
lly Mr. Hitchcock, relating to telephone
and telegraph lines for Hawaii. Head second
time by its title and rffeircd to ipmiuittec on
Hills and resolutions were offered as follows:
Uy Mr. Kaunamano, iclating to practice of
law in district and justice court; ajso that car
ri-sges he provided for members m go to the
Hy Gov. Dominis, that the king be asked to
give bis consent tn a report being made on the
crown lands. Indefinitely postponed.
Ilv Mr. Dole, that Ihc supreme court iudces
be asked their opinion whether this house has
the legal right to find out" about the revenues
of the crown lands. Gov. Dominis said the
house had nothing whatever to do with the re
ceipts and expenses of the crown lands; be
would oppose sucti a resolution. .Minister
Neumann had hoped a better feeling would
have existed after a week's recess. The king
can do as he pleases with the revenues of the
crown lands and is not obliged to gi e any ac
count of them. Mr. Dole no doubt sought
information but it was not right to involve the
supreme court judges in a question like this.
Mr. Dole would like to know what the minis
ter knew- aliout monarchy, he his been brought
up in a republic, and what he has learned
about monarchy has only been in the past few
weeks. His Majesty's salary is fixed by this
house, it was raises! last session, the resolution
is to guide us so that we may not woik in the
dark. The resolution was finally indefinitely
postponed as follows: Ayes Gibson, Gulick,
Kapena, Neumann, Dominis, Kuhelani, Judd,
Kaae, Kanoa, Walker, Kaulukou, Keau, Li
hkalina, linker, F. Urown, Ainara, C. Drown,
Kaulia, Aholo, Kamakele, Nahinu, Kauna
mano; 22. Noes Uishop, Ccghorn, Isen
herg, Kalua, Richardson, Kanealii, W. O.
Smith, Hitchcock, Kauwila, Dole, Kowell,
Palobau J 13.
The order of the day was
Second reading of a bill to amend Chapter
32, Session Laws of 18S2, relatine to the car.
I rying of passengers and freight, and relating
,111c ui vcuum 111 me I'lMiiti ui iiunuiuill
Passsed to engrossment.
second icadms ol a bill to repeal Sections
17 and iS, Chapter 55, of the Penal Coce.
Passed to engrossment.
Second readinc of a bill to repeal Sections
6, 7 and 8, to regulate the carrying of passen
gers between the islands of the kingdom.
Passed to engrossment. " sw
THURSDAV'S SESSION T1I1HTY-HKST 1IAV.
Dills and resolutions weit offered as follows;
Hy Mr Hitchcock, -10,000 for building an
Dy Mr. Kamakele, to amend section 480 of
the Civil Code, relating to poll laics.
Dy Mr. Kauhane, $7,500 for iinpausiugiuads
new wharf and reservoir District of Kau.
Dy Mr. 'Kanealii, $120 for a mail carrier
between Wailuku and Waikapu.
Dy Mr. Kalua, that as the newspaper called
Pae Aina has published that four of the female
prisoner in Oahu jail under sentence of long
terms, are in an interesting condition, that the
house enquire into the matter. Minister
Gulick said the proper authorities had in
stituted an Investigation and would give a full
ami complete repon to-morrow. The resolu
tion was lost,
Dy Mr, Dole, relating to hoise and steam
railroads in Honolulu; relating to homestead.
Mr. Kalua repotted horn the committee on
miscellaneous petitions, that a bill relating lo
mail communication lielwccn Wailuku and
Waikapu lie referred to the minister of interior
ami ne consult wun me postmaster genciai.
The outer of the day was:
Second reading of a bill lo incorporate a
gas company in the city of Honolulu. The
house formed itself into committee of the
whole, auditor-gcneril Walker in the chair.
The first section of the bill wts then readt
"Section 1. Thai a fianchise be and th same
is heicby giantcl lo G. Lucas, M, G. Klmoie
ami W. . Hall, their successors and assigns,
under the name ol the Honolulu Gas Com-
ptl,, ,W ,Uf'l IUS MIJ ,H , I.MIMIUIU, All,, IIS
residents, and cltitens with illuminating gas
101 ami uuiing me petioa nercinalter c
pressed." Me. Widcmann moved the section
be indefinitely postponed, it is full of nuitand
simple monopoly, and there Is enough gas
monopoly on our statute new. If these men
want to supply ut with gas let them do ll
under our law. Mr. Hitchcock was in favor
of the bill, if amended. He did not think
the Assembly was in favor of gta.-.iing monop
olies, we ate too small a nation fur that. Mr.
Kautune said we don l require the gas. The
peopl hare not asked fur it: therefore he was
In favor of indefinite postponement. Mr.
Uishop taM if tht bill a pioiieily aintiuttti
he wesilj be la favor uf it, a it stand (her,
are too man)- objectionable clauses. Mr,
Wldtmann ulst thtie wts vers little diaWraoce
between the gas t ill muI ihe bank Inner bill
The gas bill dealt with an article that nnmic
in this cimnltv uses, Mi. Maker, introducer
nf the bill, said that missionaries first brought
us e lollies ami mane us keep clean, to tlie
promoters nf Ihe gas Mil want lo give us gaa
and nM have in soil mir hands with kerosene
The bill was finally mdeted lo be lelutnesl
Inlhe Inlindniert, foi llie puiimsr nf havlnc
Ihe amended sections prmfM, and Ihe Nil
come up In Its ptoprr order.
kmiisv's sr-isiotrniKTr shonii nw
liquids of cnmmltlees were presented as
Hy Mr. Kalua, finin rnmniiilre 1111 tnlKella.
neous petitions, relating lo a petition contain
ing manytitaver from the Dlstilet nf KoIkiIj.
Kepoil adopted. Also, iclatlng tn tax assess
ors mut las appeal Im-laid on laMf. Itemrt
Ilv Mr. W. 0. Smith, from Ihe mmmlllee
id tiilneen on mllce, prisons and mounted h.
lice 1 slgnnt by fight of lire thirteen member,
lild on table.
liini-mui Domlnls repotted that Ihe king
nan sieneil me nut lor llie purrnasr ot lionn
lulu Half nml l.eahl, nlso for the apmlii!iin-ii(
of mllee Justlcr at l.ihue.
Mr, f.'leghorii trad a Idler from Ihe npilcul
lural society Intillng the inemliees In tlie nil
Hills and irsoliitioris weie offered fol
lly Mr. Hitchcock, lelallng In govnmnent
11IHI1 ge In Hie (Jfeanlc nlesuislilp I oinpany.
Hy Mr. W. O, Smith, nlallni: lo prison In
spectors and shetilfs.
lly ,Mi. Kaiinamano, :tW") lor improving
landings, District nf Hamskua,
He Mr. I'illpo, that Minister (iulick ask fnr
the rules of Ihe (jeannlogy Ikmnl, and other
slalrmrnts conurcleil wlh llie said Iwnd.
Mr. Isenherg asked leave nf absence (Irani
Mr, Kaulukoti lead 1st line nf a bill prn
blbiling the use and smoking of opium, liead
a second lime by tide and refrrred In judiciary
committee. Ihe House adjourned until in
l,nlf f 'in elfin New,
Haitian beat l.aycov.k In .Sydney with e.ise,
Interior custom-houses ate to bcabolished in
Mexico, December I, 1886.
Ilanlcy, ft Nebraska prie-figbter, has been
sentenced In three years at hard lalnir,
During the past year the total famines of
the Pacific Mail amounted lo $1,319,307.
During the week ending Match 31st 212
business failures occurred in the United States.
Hen Duller has lceii nominated foi the ptc
idency by Ihe Labor Heformers and Green
backers. There ha been destructive hurricanes In
Spain, injuring hundreds of square miles of
Recent Hoods in Texas base caused dam
age lo railroad property alone tn the amount
1 rjailmt of national tanks in Hit imttil
Statts was under discussion in ihcUnitedhtates
Senate last month.
Tlie bill amending the Irish Laborers' Act
of 1SS3 was rejected in the Hritisb House of
Commons on May 31st.
A nesv land reform is being agitated in
England. It has for its motlii the dictum :
"The Nine preserves must go."
The issue of standard silver dollars for the
week ending May 17th were 338,995; corres
ponding period last year, 155,998.
In a rad-rosd accident near Rochester, N. V.,
on May 23rd, the Japanese prince and suit
were among the passengers injured.
A bill has been introduced into congress to
allow a rebate of 10 per cent, on all good
imported in vessels of American register.
On the 30th ultimo the fifth summer assem
bly of the Pacific Coast Chatauqua Circle open
ed In Pacific Grose, Monterey, California.
Dr. Vincento Garcia, formerly President
nftbe Columbian State of Holivar, has been
appointed Columbian Minister to the United
Secretary Kolger has issued the one hun
dred and twenty-eighth call for the ledemp-
tion of bonds of $10,000,000 three per cent,,
maturing on June 30th.
Reports from all parts of the United States
in regard to the fruit crop, say the apple crop
is the largest ever known. The prospect for a
very large crop of small fruits is very good
Two hundred colored laborers left Chat
tanooga, lenn,, Saturday morning to work
on farms in California. This is the first of a
series of patties that will be organised this
The Mexican Federal cavaliy are scouring the
country along the line the of the Meiican Cen
tral Railroad, in the State of Queretaro and
Guanajuato, where recent train-wrecking
attempts occurred, and are protecting the
The Russian Nihilists have renewed their
activity and begun a new campaign of terror
ism in the province of Mocow, They have
placarded that province and its capital with
hundreds of copies of manifestoes, conveying
a threat of death to the czar.
It will be good news U the veterans of the
war on the Pacific Coast to know that Sen
ator Williams, of Kentucky, has given no
tice that on Tuesday he wilt call up for con
sideration the bill, which has already passed
the House, granting pensions tn all entitled
An Albany New Vork dispatch says ex-
Govemor Stanfoul, of California, will erect
one of the most elaborate family mausoleums
in the country in the Albany cemetery. lie
will also build, found and endow, a college lo
the memory of his son, probably at Palo Alto,
The outlook of Ihe wheal crop of the United
States as compared with the same lime in 1SS3,
is very promising, taken as a whole, with in
dications that the yield for 18S4 will approx
imate that for 1882. All accounts indicate
that thus far the crop prospects are wonder
fully good in Manitoba and the Northwest,
EMStl.S Inlhi, rii), Oiilhe lolli instant, George J
f.mmes, a naii, of AuMralla, aged 6j
IIICKNCLI.-At ihe Oueen's llc4ial.on ihe i)i
liistant, Ikorna llkltnell, tor nuny yaars lusc . reii,
dent or tanning's lutand.
O T I C E.
the Queen's llotptiat sriltteheld at I ha Koowofthe
Chamber of Comtnaisa. on VVednehUy aestlh. iiitt
llonuiulu, Juim 11, 1H1 Secrelary.
JOURTH OF JULY I
l.ir.arioK or THa UKiitu Srarss. t
llouoltu, luna 11, its i
I am mjue.ied lo announce ihu a maeiln( nt Anal
kan cilUena srill W held in ihe pulort of I ha Royal
HaoaiUn Ituel. ltd J.VIUKI)AVenlnt, i,ih UtU.,
al y.y o'ekxk, fut Ihe puriuM of arinjwj for a pi
cslsUaltoa of the cumins Fourth of Jul), A'(enatat
attendance of Ameocan cllueus is dolraUc
IWH KOU.Ir- M. IIAGGETT.
11's IV111S. I'.
HuaWfs. The Ander wilt 4a taava saina utl Maaae
muwo 10, a, stusabi nas oaeii uvpoe.
ortTriAnnit's rioricn or salh
lljrftfiUt nf AntimN, J. 11, Ids n1faf Mffl4
in a rmahi Aftate if mn(i' ,li4iH"
I Jth i.ift .Ingulf, tSSj,
nM,t. m tnlw ll. Hlr aikl NaVHau hU lf, I VDj
shim, jrtOn is,Mi,a m Aiwi imamim hi ti,
ittllw r awkl
i iSmsoim I, iw,, ami rw nrMSh r ma
morlfaas I M Amr4 1i al tHlMSr
7UK.WA V, IVffnith, iSSh rt mtn
Ai my Hlntimm In Ifimolffhi lit ftta.s,f t&Hnir
nlf'lllfl I in I v mr,l iifllft.1 ifluiu at Wall
l, i,r"M, ,iraw M ,nw, K,ng ,!, wm. uini..
fn Ito.al risi .Max mm, KuIh ll.tn ,n,iw,.
MaMM, lltaatl ' 0am, ll lfi hi. .I.will,
lalnii an ara nf rs"! mi
Ihsi ifrlam 4h ftflai-l aliiia' it I
wt.t.Utnr Aium i nf lt,l I'ium ft
an Ham ,l nmsainlnss m i
thai a!it isWi of land htH( in ifM tfm
bhM, I'fnt IK wi.. ,lw4tl In Kyat PalHH St
Il,4n,lfntrta4nlpa ninntf jfi i-iiM04tf4,
'lhl tlln H' irf km! al Waiblr, Mswafa'
sait.1, Mne tk aam in, irilvlilf ,lffW4 In
Hoyal I'aiMii fs ill, wmaMilin a arx tf i6,-i,
IImiI r,iai,i pi-a of km! tttiaai al Manna afrf-
WI. lln lh mim mnn iwrllckffv dtt. In
Hoyal iiw nn M,
rtmnlnc an a, nf si aciM
'ItiaKrflam p ftflamt affswl ! Manria afuc
aaltl, latin- lh. Min mot (larlkukily tt.MriUd In
Knval I'aimi Nu. s Knkanalltln yi, wllntm
an wwi uf i v-in, noea.
Ilimonlaln IiIscm ttt lan( tiluat at Kaliaapa,
Waliiiftp, I,landf,f Oilin, arnrcnaM, llnx llir im
lnqf Mrtlcultl'ilfar,iV.l III Knyai I'alrlit No alSI,
KuMna ll.lu M. tonialiilnif an a, rrf .,,$
'I hat cartain tiiwr nf Umi siluai al Kamntlntl, WjI.
IdM, Oalm, aforfald, mntatnin- rt nf anil
Aljf. atl llitlr ifjlit. Iltf awl fnt,tt In ik llu
Alna n Karielilualun al Mano farcfl al, i,
1,'ailcf ratlK m'jif or I'm, In-imfM l'C, and rtninlfie
nr Marioa afoiesaW. I wir wofllrj. otin, i l4 ol
talll mwtor lets, branded l.t Mtiimnit al td MahOj,
so lionM, nunet and Coils, 1-andf'l I'aC, in.l 3 !,
brawled CI, al and Manoa! ali 1 tndlorlt carta,
.fAi nml ,s tliatn. atutatwia f'Main l' liiad uv
Himon Kajil, nttornry in fait nf Knlh KtliVtjnl, 10
lolin K, Sdva, dated July 1, 179, and ,rordd In
U!r 61 on page to) ami f'A lor furtlier artKiiUf
apply 10 r, I". ADA si, Auinonxr,
Or 10 Cw.lt. Known, attorney fyr morlKixee,
Of Ihe denormnaliont of 1, a, 4, 5 and 10 cnu can t
purchased at llie Post Oftirr, In any quantity from one
10 one thousand. Persons redding on the oihe, tdandft
can procure tliem from the local 1'Ht offices.
AIo, domestic and foreign reply Postal Cards
fFFICE OF J. E. WISEMAN,
VlhlM'ROOr IMICK HUILDINO,
.',. V Mrrrhnnl filirrl. Ilnnohilii, II,
Thn otily recoRnUott Oeuernl Buslueaa
Aicent In the Kingdom.
Real Estate Broker. Life Insurance Agent,
Cuttoui House Broker Eirpltryraent Agent,
Money Broker. Flit Insurance Agent,
And General Business Agent.
KrAL ITATR DafARTMKNT liu and sell Heal
finite In all tiaru of llie Kingdom! alu Real Kttate
and proicrt' of atl km J; Kent and Icae Houses. Cof
taes, Koonm and Iand; Attend lo Inturance, I axes.
Repairing and ioiiect.ng o! Krnuit; unw iegai
I'iftcrt of eery nature, Search Iltle Kecordi, etc, etc.
EurumifcNT DEfAHTWEKT Find employment in
all tranche of Industry conntcttd with the Ifclamli.
Cemehai UuiiNPSs MatVkbs Kep lUtoVt and
Accounts; Collect Kill; laoan and Itiveitt Mon); iVn
manship, Insrostlng and all tiod of Cop) ms dvne;
Frocute Fire and Ufe Insurance; Ad rert i ement and
Correspondence attended to.
Custom Hook IJkoicek Attend to
through power of attorney and otherwie,
will find this department a special benefit to ihetn as I
attend to the delivery of In voire complsue.
SoL!CiTiKcAr;eNr for the Mutual Life Imuranre
Company of New York, the large!, crandrit aud
souQdekt Insurance Company in ihe world
Tour iits and Travelers, and thce seeMng perma
nent homes m ihe anus, will find it to their adtan
Uge to consult n c personally or by letter when suitable
accommodation arc required, and the v will find it to
their Interest to call on me fur general infuruiatiou per
tiining to the Islands.
CoiTe.pander.ce solicited from abroad and orders
accepted and ftUM for Hawaiian Curios, Fcrni Coral,
Shells, lava Specimens, Photo A, Viewst etc, etc, apper
taining to the Islands.
Orders of e cry nature attended to, coming from the
vorious Islands. "
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SUITING IN UKICrU
Sole agents for theM Ulands. 11ie bu cooldokT ao
parajua for the Plamallon, Hotel or Katnily.
RANGES & FIXTURES such as
ITet Wattr ilol'.r.,
Oralr HmlM, Kft.,
Always In stock.
Explicit directions for teuiog up accompany every
Circulars and Pritts on atlJitatitm, titqr
pNOLtSH SODA WORKS
17, Quick Srastr, Honoii-lu.
I or the roanufaciuie of
ArmtaMl ausd SfassUolul Wavtasrss
roob'a J'nl.Ml Hottlrt,
HOI! LF.I) I.F.MONADF. and GINGER ALE ICED
S IIOTKl. STHKKT. - - IIQSOLVI.V
NUU VAHINE, Proprlttor.
:.v it.itiK "srtc.t."
Soo bids While tiros. Ccuent,
$00 bales Wiappn Par,
soo boaes lllu Mollted Soap,
too boses Sardines,
500 nmpty DeraiJoXuvs G l allon,
so tons Fence Wirt, 4, $, o,
10 cuse llaia Galvanired Iroa,
la cases bht Zinc,
1 caves Saddles, ale, elf, tic.
(OR SALE UV
ianeslIiaaryoflb Havaaan lUanda.
Whitney's Guid IU.V.
M)M Hint's Me Month b ike KasdwUl IsUads.
Mm llovdou C'urauuoa'a Fire twuniaiAs.
Mrs. Judd s HtWidu.
Ila.aiun Alavaaac and AaaoaL
Toether with a large stock U valuabla and ewe taia
lr,t books, tw oTabKhrapulciiJied ha lha aupolasMcnl
of llus super.
For sake al
r04L a. TMMCM'M
If M. Maw-as.
OLLISTKR ft CO,,
iMi'in: rnr jrirsyrioy
nun, 10 , o(',iri Mr.nmi.t.s r
In lanlebbr, M I Mr Uf
ssvrsV-l tsnT,rip M
uixinioiiii's riitrtrtti:it v,
JftM '"WW! 1 IW"? W l"li(raffssVxsJa,Jaj
u k. is, AtMst pianissa to ia
mM All raaatfkr.
Otl ,lr 1 State
and itiSt alas)
and ill laret and nwl eftrapleM slnaS e,f
v.r Wl In tdli Kl!il vm. A
laee IntoiVe oT
MM, 1 ;, MKlHTKitlUSKAS M'O.SIIi:,
diretl from r'tirot, tnt (torn
sand or din. Ajrn for
PARKE DAVIS ft GO'S
J. C AYER tc CCS
llorseforda Acid Phosphates,
Creen'a August Flower & German Syrup,
Allcoelr. Porous Plaster Co.,
Murray a Lanman's Florida Water,
Yeiba Buena Hitters.
OLLISTER &. CO.,
are also Iroprktor and Manufac-
facturers of the celebrated
Ajents for VVm. S, Kimball . C"a
I'riiari'Mt Vanity fair,
lohnrta nuil flijarrllra
which have no rivals. The
target assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OW GNGEK ALE cV SODA WATER
ha aUa)S been reconnired a Ihe
bet! in the market.
ocrx nixcF.R ale extract
Uln manofiCturrd from our emu
private formula in
AKRATEli WATERS in Paient oc Cork
Stoppered bottle al desired..
VVII0LESA1.F. 6 RETAIL, NUUANU ST
RETAIL Coa. TORT a MKRCIIANTSTS.
BUTTERIC1CS CUT PAPER
A new supply of Utest styles ium receised-o be re
plenldiod each month and for sate at ibeir laaked
licat TUOS.G. THRUMS
101-1111 FoaThr. Sroit.
THE ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
The Emeriti IHanla Mdl bad rcraned
To Ai.at.aa Sr., nca Qtsa-. fr.,
C. J, Mania, Propilalor,
COMTIIACTOK tsavat BUILSKK
PLaalnsr, SfaasplBs.-, Turnioa;.
Band and Scroll Sassriag,
Doors, Savth, BUad, Door
and Window Frames,
Stalra, made to order,
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Always an Land.
AH orders IUd m abort ake. and lobUn pronptly
aiieadvd tu. Moaldtfij; aada 19 any twusten wtsboui
eiua charge d kaisaa. Price avf MaeUav work.
fl a, to f 1 e pw hour, w
RS. LAURA WARN ESS,
MIO-WlfK mmil MVKMK.
so t, ekstasi4 xritttr,
HotwUlu, H. L
ILUHOIIAM ft CO
1 1 nmatxatass
InvolinnfNnvr nod DnnlrrtbU Oortda
SWufmlH wu f tUts wait el,
ad a fvi Km
VS' ii,M east Ifce sM aiinMtsrt
PtafKar to axt
I'ttlrnl ll'tHhlr JIohIiI llmirtl 'tniff
vssirli fiaa a fimaisnieaal rn Mt f
M StruS arae at4 fn rnfc rvaaaars,
" a aaaaa assw aaetfsav a
w r a era
rJILLIIIOIIAM IIHI'.AKlnO PLOWS,
M, ta, is a !. aa " ftftti
assnVaastw, t,.,i ly
11 1 ,v 6 n i'.
It t',31.1 .V
1 h' lasaStus atitetf e tf .kMl
t an nsv asaattsaily re
rJ,H( We - Vtj
opi:Nr. cok irfflf'iici ion AMAir:
at mr lowran- i-iticrt
DiniiiKbam 3c Co
OROACKE'S HOTICE OP IIITBhTION
to I' or ),
NotKU hiely gin thai, pvrim tg yt iA
ffl, tlltt men i1 ty 11. Mtr 4vj jtAn
iltKf Jju-, her hhiA. A ttotKrhtU, Oabsj, 1 tUy
)r Urrsio, vf lh aT.e fv, iA iwi is the wfiUe (
the Krjcittrax vf (jwrtytwx. in IjUt ! onpMf
3;' J79 & ftuidi tn an 4dHivl
ciasrt 4 iA utur.ziiti AtfJ July 4, itf i, afsd ft.M44
in UUrtr, on pz faod oy, mm alayia antthrt
da-!itlavnalchaifbf rrwtite dId iAi jf.itfj.
nt recorded ut UUt f J on page JJ at4 tt4t aAi ff
a Urarh fvf the conJitsVM a nM nvxlitxe drrd aM
t4 A&xVrt) charxftstotaairsrd that all aivi Macular
tit bed. teomw antlhfieditiits In A not
f;ajje do lieacribed and ttmtalned tdlf atrr tK itt4
united by law, t k4J at pvUc tvyt'tw on atowiti 1
th treach of ll CaOfldrfiou as Ketabsvre nTMloNrd
Th pryiiy III aakl ixaedVw.fild beit w
ale at theoufftrof loet andlIchad rtret, Hon
lulu, afxtald. Ad more iartknljrly dtritVd Ut
Koyal I'aie&t So. tiitrximnt mpiiAiA "
tA an acre, and ajw a pUxm of laud tuiuat on llutl
Umf, lioiwlula, aforesvatdf aji i4yxuaz h aU&re
ar&pny, and oe nankufarly dtKtld in Hta
VaientNo 17 MAKVJ IlKOWaV,
rt hr aiWf flry in fcs
ALEX- J sCAKTWKlCin
Civit Uaw( Atiaruvf fur 1otif.aae
Honolulu. May 17. iW4 176-4!
CEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
The Maxrriuerot, New. and EleiM Slearmliii.
MAHli'OSA ft ml ALAifKlhi
Will Iravc Honolulu nd .San Frai-f
let and l.'lth of Eaush Montis.
I'aueuaeiS by lhi So. am heteby notiried slial lhy
Hill be tUloved joafc iS baenefrea bylbeOiet
land Itailway. when travelling t-ass.
ruiasloK Ticctrrarua ajirD tlr, ti,j.
zood 10 return by any oTibe Coujpajiy'Sse4rnti,ib
in ninety days.
Patiengere may have llieir names booked in d ranee
by applying at th olCoe of ibe agrnls,
McJthandiM, intended for thiptaest by lhi liar, srdl
be receise.1 tree or Morale m II cornwnsra oew vjut
eevttas issued ttr same.
rocrth&nditc. v. him In Ibe warehouse, will beat tmoetV
IRWIN 4 Co.,
STEAM NAVIQ ATION COMPANY'S
LINE OF STKAMKKS.
I1ATK.S f Coromaodc
Will ran terularl) for KQNA and ItAU,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.:
'uesday. . . .
. " 16
Rturnintt Touchlof at Maaia
Friday. . ,
CinMon,cAmoi!&rr, leave Hotwlnlu rryT4
day at p,ta. for aUiwiH foloa Dsrt.Wa and War
toea, Kauai. Kwurnins lean NawQi-riii every
The wfame Mahrc
r'rtemaa. coamaodsvr, leave Hvooluia try Tnv
day. as 3 p.n. foe kapaa arJ RiUussa. Rciunf
int leaTc Kauai evy 1 ueisday W 4 (,., aad vici
lnt at WaUaae r-ath wtx.
Tlie C. II. Mittiop,
Davis, commander, Iraw Honolalu avert" Tuesday
at 4 r.ss. IW Kukaihate.Honokaa.aahlPaa.wban. Kr
luminf arrives t llooiulai every &na4ay raorblnx
UT OFFICE of ibe Cpntpant, fata of KSawea
Sltevt, rear lh P, M. S. is. VV naxt J.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FOR SAN TRANCISCO.
Ibe Splendid Sleamduu
city of srnxjir
Duiburiat -.- srt CatiaaftJw
nQ mt iltnckla! faXtn Vnnauo
On or About- .. JuJ1f Silk
poll SYDNEY VU AUCKLAND.
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