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C O BXIVZEH CXAX..
Tar .hip Ktmbttf, iMay.f.oo: ZVnd.srri-.,i
a Ttoir la y fair. In in t-Hiche I m-iely t. n'om aaterar.il
ajpptlr. Fhe '.rj,v-,l t Tahtil f-w ih f Ttr. ol j-r, and re
sained there b-ur diva. vith-uU .litir.in;r r. II s wnt--d. She
teporfcl hot t. f a-eiyn T--i at that port, ene nf tV ra a
rrvacb r vessel, 4 th- o:hr a piar-r KmDTT no tiie ru:e
hetWcra Panama aiwl Auvr! .1. We hare 1-4 t-efwe that
such fcne was ,s tlsl ed. tbnc': H would ond.eiltrty rr"
soeressfut, l7 titijr the sh're.t transit fr-n l'O-ln to Australia-
It null at tend f r-.t' j to hrlp ihe p-Tt Paj-eit".
W hear Kiiomra jio r-- : fro a!t tLe 'i.rr dMitati-o,,
th-raioa.f April bating Io.--d the ra rf rr.p almost
yowl theeffcts nf ary Irouhl that cuj oea.- lining the cm
CT, df -oh up to ?! pencil. ibr have n f.--q t-f.t.
Th peo.prrl on ail the plant.: to-.l i. fl fJr aburelaal crops
the. cntninK ti!l. ant ur jicl'l uf uear awl m Ia'- tl.ii ymr.
t!l aOiLjoM-iity ccrl ttat r.f t'i: r-Ticrai y ar. lnrr pn
t hruc affar to be rW.-HuLed ia !h:i trioch of bnt'ormt, the
ivclt of which will h u iMTTHt in th ninhf 1.1 1 er aciiy
f nir teffi. On this iLnJ at O-thc, i.Vr: U r 'ra rr a 1.
lauttft. and e-rta in II'jtbIu:ij, a ta.U ttii I f.o-1 coiuat
rapU'fiont, tt at kat 600 arrra of c3ir. atxl frm that to
10CK, cuoU be growa uh.a a circuit of to or tiirce n.ila
insirflt. wi'bMrt IntrrrrrinK ilh ttl.rr iDte . C I
tl grrat imril t bar tiaa -ruvkivthia Tb"r rtn'if
lane vf it in lrH Jfo dm'ijri, rilhr lyia? ii!Ioririnit orljr
a Braaical intcrrat tf 2 or 3 per cent pr annual, vbtch m:sht
krr. if jiUcrtl !a ta' ka-l, yVkl in U(.w-cukin( fn.oi 9 la
23 Pr ceaC aniaaily.
Bcai'ir Ihf -tel ibor iwM, hlch mrrrlj t lachrA, we harp
no tnrt'tn arrvl In rc,Kt, while nnr catt'.nf trale a-('ar4
to b Bniuoailj du!l, nx of lb cca;-r rili:c anil :?
pwtinf wkb lijtM earirora. With thcia, hovcrrr, ua ilh trJe
nral jr. lb h our Ju'Irtt mmoo.
The tanktr, aiib faU earjo eait!ri wl.&I'y f IUdJ pro
dace. UI (oil i. Mcniajr. W ar with'ot any farthrr ailvici
flroai "an Fraedaro aad the Et ; bnt Bad la cur Ut-at fxo
Franchro est banra ama qmtatiooa of :ia cif idaiul f-rdiice
mi aver by lb Sp'4rtll--
At Jtrcro. r M'Rcra k Mcbrill, Mar 10.
TCt4a IV balfbw Handwii h Mand, Vric.
M - fi iii.
a fa t.'j.
1 Jo.) mats d I Yf.law. ( 12. 3 it bt.
I?IT S."i 3 I llirj. M pr ton.
1ib dry at 13.:. 96 Yic
la Irjeal tra.tr, wt ran oaijr report extrrute in.-tctivltj .
Mpmrnta ar nade anally oa accvartl cf fUnt'ion.
fcctiia No. 1 ia kvg Htj il qoa'ity Id k-jr. "e. 6t T-. t
beat 1.1 aiata, Ir. O Tie- SI qanlity In mat. 6c. S 6 c.
MoLaaaca So a! rtportvd.
StT Xo aaks.
Iltsca Licfit. 7c. (O 9c i beiiy, T
rite Xo kalra.
Xkc Comra in ilowly. The fanite tmki a l4 ef aboot
1C.C0O I ha., rbk-b may aerra a aam.T:e of iuO 000 h. now
boot ready t barrrat.
Lraaca Market Kill remain ban of boarJa ; no K. W in
atarbet rtdvood lombrr. fZi per M.
8tCLi i. Bed wood. $8 "3 i 50.
Ftora CaL aaper f 11 Hawaiian tuper., $10.
Ecaaac Oa Sun francisco. par.
FVrn i rr'-'-i if ?r wl. Jur 12Mr, T'.fr!
j f-nc-r n. n. C II lwri. V and .n. Mi J ri. Vr
I Mria Itmwn. wry M-rnruil1. fi W Vnllnm. ' T linkl-ani. W
r. j -I'l-n-in. rnrKu iwo-il.ct, Ira ?ir -rJ, Ah
Ti. Ah Tj Ah Liii 2i
Frn Vli'.Mrikb V 'fcTa T--r K l.nv. Juii 7Mr D 1
r.il.ia n child, I. L IxWrt, Mm II K'-em.., f, 1 0 di
i Knr Vibwho pf.T Tr Kitxnra. Jnr 9 R r VI" P
IvjjvIt wiV nrxt child. d'S'nl. 2 M:-m lari. Mm K
I II Mm. Julf l:Ntif"i ami Mn. J Xil un rw if. L I.
j T-r-rf . A I'nna. C F Hart. V II R..p. r 1 ;, alin. and a.ut
l r n l.mm i r Kim" . Jnr, 1 1 !r Tt !! t r. n an. I
tin - w. IU K ilr Or-c.Mii and 2 rMldrrn, Judge
Ia llon"!a:n M .y 2 to th- w:f.- ot Mr. A!-v Cn-.; h. -ia
public Treasury to rv for vork wliich was in- ! 2. The custuJv an J regulations of the puLiic etaaip,
t-IuJe.i in the tender as Iua,i hv the ruUisher of j if incluJ ' the contract.
thU parr. I it ri5ht that the L-gwIature Jbe Cu,:p:!ion 9I?d dhion cf the debt, due
' ; to the goTernnier.t prior t- the t.an:er, shou.J U
hiimuM now t c.tlled t n t v ie these tints? If defined.
the Contract With Mr. rYrnandrr UrDod i 4. Sama luf from thp r-rntrr.it.,r in tl.A ff.itcm.
; m-nt, Mich as notes for stock un J cUims for rent. c,
I shouM be intdi; pfj-.ib!e at specifie'l J itcs, and de
' dueled from p.-tmer.tc .lue to tht; contractor.
5. The !-i!-e shmild be hell rermnH'!e for the
ftit .'i fa I Let-piug and rt-tura cf a'.l proferty leaded to
that no .dlloi r cuti tiraw the a!ilr-v of iiii.ro than
one ofSi-c tliat h." may hold. It may pinch the
j hy the Minister, and is believed hv the Mouse to
' cover th same ff-r as made to it in 1G0 ly Mr.
W ., thtsc items t". chared to lh account of
the cvnfrwt, as th-y t-houl l be.
It i stat'vl in a Litter of Mr. S. St-f-ncer aceotu-
panving the rer-.rt, that rhr haf of the printing- ,6 T,,e "OR,r't suld embrace all printing .
,r . . . , , ; Vrf rm.ir m l.ne.ih nu l II twaii.iu which hut rsr-
..hire to Mr. t. has b-vn mad.; f.r thec.-w oj tie , re a.iiintf to execute, an I the K.et price :.n-
Jii f yar. If io, tht-ri; must ; a Kejirate docu- one wil! .hi is for at tiie time it is in to.
intnt p'-rtaittitt,' to the lease of the office, not vet j Any o' not embractd in the contract, shoull
laid l.-rwp the IIous.-. for the contraet as above i be cf" to t,'M''c n.f.etiiion.
printed iuvs nothing about In thU !. 8 , Am!e bond- houIJ be exacted from the cm- j t!l0 iM,rr0winS of the amount nectary
agreement to execute the public rrinting, thtrc is mmt woik during the term of the service-
details, at d not vote sums in bulk, as for in
stance. Department of War, ."S.(00; Water
and .Road Supervisors. S.t. In one or two
instances, the Committee has d"iie this, but it
should be f illowed out.
An important section (the th) in ihe b;U as it
came frcia the Ministry, I ns bein cropped, and
we !i..pc tinv be n-ii s, rt.-l. It is the provi.-ion
j Tkntu Anxi virtsABY or the Lames Stbanik
; Fbiexh S.;cuty This Society held its Tenth Anni
j versary, by invitation, at the Odd Fellows' Hi'... on
j Thursday afternoon and evening, June Sib. The
anirtiu.nts were leautifuHy i!"uniin'. ei, and the
For Mior.oxKMA In sevf ral rf cor lat f 4j-.f
nia exch.ir.gea, wo notice that efforts nre h;.,, ''
to ra.se a fund to purchase a -m.,11 f '
Microne-isn mission. The ."ilh wing item w;t V.
if. The effort n prob ibly started at the 1
tion or de.-ire of Ir. (,uliok, who tin lecturine
at the latest dtitp. So f r at we cn ?nn tt
ject is a commend tide one. & that mission '
uc'.i a vcs.,.l n.l . .
prove successful :
feTt the need of
rove successful :
Nkw Mission try F.tki;ibisk .
m ion foit among the various iiricti.n charcb "
10e 'raise by ten-cent contribiiti n.s the f.lrt, t '
. .i I buildine of a yacht to to emnh.ce.l .a ... . .
U,M :...:. t - w ' ." nul lrr t
Hr itiia Ii'WtTT t I". S. Il-"r''n'. IJ ii"lu!u. Jn-.eT.
Jt.'m II. Carkt alia J'd.o II-try IV Witt, more f M.Kint
lvth-!. Xor't.anv.t-.n r..-j'itr. I'-nn. Tiie d-r--v hid livnl
j er.ral jer in Honolulu, an'l w jrknl n a (un and n iiniih.
Kt r At Li hoe, IUnl of Kui. May 27. William II. nice,
ar-d 43 r. r
la the dath r.f Mr. Hire, the rmti j ha eri'.-nee.l a Io
n- oon to he made U. or f.r.l!eii ; f.r In the Jthiw-,1 mat
a'h a C"tr.t (nation of exr-llenrii a co f ir '(.wards ) .rod urine
a tnu'.'U-n rharacfr. Pyn.jMthixr.jr. kind, disinfrotetl, pr.
-mUic eic-U- nt jiK'rm-i.t. a void ins Bit i:ie .ff-ne by word or
dred ; he the m- a to hare ninny fr'vnd and ft-w eiKmie.
Tit aimpte M'it.i w.n lrarr.nl to cnnS le In Mm. f-r he never
tonMd tl.-eir leitorstiice or tlieir dimcul:if to private (-iln ;
brte irrt-at w Ih-ir aloha tn h:m, and iat in their Krrow on
aeennnt cf hi death. Mr. Kiee d:el of cm. jmpti n and dur
ing liii Uii-'riiis i!!ne, hi patience and faith and ch'Srfii!ne
were urpri4in. M .r' the prfeet man. and behold the up
ri.'l.t 1 f -r the er.d of thai n.un i( p.-ace." C om.
j no Unix spfciji'd in which Mr. Fi.rnandcr is to
; perform the service it may be one year or nine
j hundred and ninety-nine year. Tiie fact that
J no limit is Pet, leads to the belief that thevtrn-
merit has reserved the riht to set a.-ide the eon
tract at any time it may choose to do 10.
The above contract is certainly a most singular
instrument, and on examination Mill be found
very defective. For instance: The director of
the (jovernment IVess was formerly the legal
custodian of the public stamp. Hut in the con
tract we find n reference to this money-coining !
instrument; and, though on inquiry, we learn J
that it is stiil left in charge of Mr. I'., and that i
a Mnall sum has been paid into the govern- !
ment Treasury for stamps imposed in the Polync-
sinn office since the transfer-, what is there to j
Com mc rc ia 1 A d vc rtisc r.
i If on examination, the Legislature finds that
no limit has h.vn s. t in the contract f-.r itsojra
tion, then, if for no other r ion. it sh.-uld 1 at
j once disapproved, and s-t aside, for the contrac
tor can throw uj his bara'in at any time, to the
. damage of the g t rrtn- nt. Ti-e contract j rac-
: tic.tliy is null and --oid. and ic. iy be brokt.11 by
cntertaiiiu ent bountifuJ, having ber.i conducte-J after
the picnic style. The object of 'ne two Societies ap
pears to be almost identical, although the internal
management mny .Frier. It is gratifying to kiu w
that both gentlemen an-' hid es in Ilono'ulu vie with
each other in their efforts to alleviate suffering, re-
toes of a few, bat the public inteiest requires j i;CVe the tbstress. d. and lefriend the stranger in
that some such law le pissed t prevent abuses. need. While the O i l Ft-:h-s liberally snfport those
- . - , 1 r- II- .a .1 T .'. . 1 t IoH.l1i
I I,. 1 1 t I ( tf I a.w-.. .x.,.!,.. i.i ! c i;i : nr. ,.r t bote t,v t. I f r.i.-r . Ilit HI vzi-k n ui , i ... ' -
i due. if it is" not desired to outer the amount in cf charity " ever t!u e whose claim is only, that they . ani()ajt the Micronesian Isl.it.Js. w hid, 'v,'B
! the bill itself, a secti .n should be i .sortod, em- , a-e strangers it, a strange land.'' May both be bui't by funds coIVete I in simiUr io
: prospered in their exaSteJ ana praisew..ri:.y t-uons. . ..v :to o. a sent or the wze , J
j F.om the following report, it wib appear ,hat have j ct.i.trlb. ,
been the receipts ati-1 disf-ursetnents during the past i from ,iie s.bbath Sch.M.ls throuZhot.t the "
'tenyeant: r the school contributing the lart-t mm l-e'enthiji1
lloson Li . jiui? o, ioo j gut tne vessel a name an. I nu.ke a j reset.iati m i
Totuf Prcai.liul of Ihf S: ranger's Friend Society: j to the Hawaiian Society for the use intended' tu
The undersigned, Tieasurvr of 'he Stranger's Friend movement has been started in Stockton, the eon
Society, would respectfully present the following re- . gation cf the Presbyterian Church ou last S K
port fir the year ending June 5, 1SC2. l?y referring eveniug having contributedn plate collection tmc i '
.. .a nA.v.m r ii.Lf.L' 4,1 ii H'ik'i - lie. enii 1. ..nuc- i .iiu in www mu un in fmm.i. . i. : t . '
I r .1. i . ,...! .. t.. .i.i;., il.., Mir,
i'..r i;i.. .i i cue v a i , u.u untMin i ih-uihi, i..v
, ist-.T of Finance personally responsible for any
; payments out of the treasury not authorized by
the bill of t!:e present s ssion.
.NO'jr.S OF T11K WKI'K,
Dt'LL Timfsi. Our country subsciibeis can judge
milted, it wil! appear fliat the i'ocioty has
h trans- i i,,g !o S31.SDas an initiatory gift which should
at tiiia j 8ist the abtiath school childreu without rm.;- .
tic.tliy is null and -oid. and may be brokt.il by I 0f ,ne dullness reianing in the metrepoiis. from the : time invested the sum of S-.-o drawing interest at from their hands. A unite! effort of tl,e aM, i!
oith.-r rarty at any nument. Miould a new j p,,,ci,v cf items. Our harbor is almost deserted. (the rae cf 12 per cent, per year. The amount of j throughout the State weuld rflec: the object desirrtL
, , . . . ,, . I -. , , , , , , ,. . cash on hand :s 177 o3, inskuu the available Stockton Independent. N-
instrument be made, a long tern should not 1 j the arrival and departure of the regular dispatch , f , SjCietv at tl.i- time S'2 427 53. The i
, fixed, a.s we ure ail subjt-t t'
! casualties of human
: t rated in the
..1 , .. .....1 : n.(.l.i.ta luiinii nit tl,.,r j.TT, -.i H.fc.ti ! 1 v Ii. rr-lipii fin to I . 11 .1 .. I. I,v .....1. r, f i . .. ., , . ,.
int.- i .iaii"..-a aim .... ...... -- , amount exrenueu lor ciianotuir ije.a ,t.t j ciur. . l.arce Clipper, snnrvnut . i
f human nature, ns has let n illus- break the monotony in our foreign trade, while ! the President, as will be seen by the accompanying ) the XVashins;toi, Capt. Colburn, passed thi ron
i recent changes of native neWsrrs. coasters are becoming, from frequent wrecks, so scarce h" f?' '' T'J'Z ?-r,iJiZ 1 Sunday af.erncun, under a press of canra, .VT
, . .. . -i o. v- ..:ii 1 . r. tot i iitcii'i." i'i me -"ov.i .-...v ..o !..,- : " "Mt
iwo or three years are long enough for a con- ! nfM ,11C ''W'" ' m-") ' 1S52 have been 87,513 82, and the average annual i-mues iro.u tne laud. The U ushingUm is nlti
tract of this description. require a moat pt ly nor any special privileges to gain
It seems a little singular that the Committee ,l,e casting trade and travel. In town, the Legisla
of the House should have overlooked all these ! ture is ,alk!nS cver s l,ar cs "d '. ,,,e Iaw-ver8
tmints. and unanimously reported the contract as
prevent an abuse of its u.se by "the party of 'aIIrijrjlt. According t our showing, the gov
the second part"? Is it not apparent that ernment pri,,ting, if the action of the commit-
me contract hdouki cover tne ntit 10 use ami
THURSDAY. JUXE 12.
Ox Thursday last, the Committee on Interral
Improvements, to which had leen referred bo
much of the report of the Minister of the Interior
as relates to the Government Press and its luse,
repoitcd to the House of Kepresentativee, that
on inquiry they found that a contract had been
entered into with Mr. A. Fornander to execute
the public printing, from Nov. 2, 18G1, and that
! Masrtl ObIiX. TL hark M r Ortrz, whirb a
porchaatd at ihi p-tt m tiuM la- airuCKT hy Ssiinael If.
3k inner, (who ia now in Taunton Jul V Ott.uic tiie Margaret
Seatt aa a sltrer,) l reported a I ft on lM-en aeiiv-,1 t.y an
Knlib mo-cf W;.r at Luces oa the lUrt A Africh. upon u
pieioaiif bcini; en.-aseJ in the attvcK'ad. It will c reel
lrete.1 that Ih Maxutl Of ft was I'm to New Y.-rk. and
there .cl hr Ihe eM nf Africa on ireten-leil lr.l ri ..y
aa. Sh wat aeiced at the time, bat r(aol on it l-?m- (D
tint the bal teen tracnleiT" I to the .'"-iti"b flair. It i ap
pntl he wnn ent it to t-arrhate ar-o cf larr for ue
Jltrgivri Semtt. Tkerre it in iucnra Wi activity in Ihe U
trade ainee Ihe withOrawal .w cruxK. .V. B. HUtndir.t,
tt.kG IS iiTnrivs. . uiiti tliis irisrrnm.tit- i tllnvtil t
keep this imiKirtant instrument, that is, if it is stal)( wjI1 a,()Ut M fMtms .
uecidca to allow it to be kept any where than in , . , ... , ,
1 ' miu to lie voted ill fultiHTient of contract $3.S00
the hands of U government cflicer. The proper . Sum askel f..r i.rintinj; the l-pilalive laws, j0 (hnir.) :io0
, i ' asked fr printing th Sup Omit reports 6O0 oOO
place for a Stamp IS in the treasury department, j Intimated .-..si f iidvenising in Hawaiian papers not
where with a small seal press and a little ink, all "ul"raJ '
statu jis might Ik; impressed as readily as in a j Oirinjt a total an.iual cost of $5,000
printing-office, and with more satisfaction to the j fr work, which ought to have been embraced
public. j under the contract, and all of which can be
Again, the contract makes no reference to tho ; done for even a lcso sum than the contract calls
i outstanding dills due to the government at the ! Ibr.
f The Committee sfatt? that th iirintiti nf bo
the annual sanny to the pnUic Treasury thereby to jllJ!e of the work done, were not less i ministerial reports has been very dilatory. This
was estimated by them at s,4,2L0. The import- th:in ttnJ may ,iiive amouIlU.d to a Imic, is nothing more than might be expected. The
auceof a right understanding of this beneficial i, t n.f - .... ! contract lav tho vn.tr of., p n.,,b.r
4a i a v a ui w Mtt a 1 vs w kiiv twiiii ubini j til iilc j m v u-i.QiitMi
to have learned the amount of these old debts, at j tj perform his work within a sjeifiod time. He
the time of the lease, and the contractor been J might have refused to print the reports till after
duly authorized to collect and settle them ? Most tlie adjournment of the Legislature, and the gov-
ccrtainly. As it now stands, so far us the con- ' rnment would have had no remedy, and been
'tract is concerned, Mr. Fornander has no right jcoiuptdlodtopaythecontractpr.ee. There is no
done at ' j"st cause for complaint on the part of the House
while this contract stands. Had there been
bonds requiring a prompt and faithful execution
! change, for which we have so long and earnestly
contended, leads us to make a few remaiks,
which we hope may throw some mor. light on
it, and result in still further protecting the pub
lic interests involved in it. The following is a
copy of the contract made between the Minister I t cMctt or g,.ttI(J dcUs for ,,rintin;;
of the Interior and Mr. Fornander, as laid before j the Tiuljlic pnw, fore tht. transftr allJ
paying him or his employees without authority.
1. T, ' !".?!L' rT!7... . does s. at a risk of lieing called on a-ain by the I "f work, and the pay made dependent on
tire all in a muddle among themselves, and everybody
else has little or nothing to do; no wond'T then that
lawsuits are the order of the day, or that neighbors
should vex ueighbors, or that threats ef impeach
ment of ministers should be seriously talked of
no wonder that such things should occur when
everybody is idle, and the dust and dirt are flying
a'Kiut in everybody's eyes. But seriously, if the
Speedwell dou't come soon, we shall all have to
"sleep on pickets." Dame Partington facetiously
inquires of Ike and one of the returned volunteers
expenditures for the objects of the Society during at 1226 tons, and was advertise! fi
that period have been s-bo Ut.
With many wishes for the future prosperity of the
Society, I remain, very respectfully yours,
A. i- AfsTix, Treasurer.
The following are the names of the oflicers for the
ensuing year :
Mrs S. C limon. President.
j Cr'- C. was evidently afraid of long the iod 7
j he approached the shore, which, however, would sot
, have been Ihe case. We dispatched a boat, but it
j was unable to reach her, and 1.0 communication
I had with the ship.
Mr3' u'v riuh' I '" Presidents.
Mrs. IJ. F. bnow. 5
Mrs. 1. Smith, Secretary.
Mrs. J. W. Austin, Treasurer.
Miss Alice Brown, Directress.
Counter Ccrbents The American ship .Innu
h'imbull arrived from Otago, New Zealand, last
how the thing is done, for iu her opinion its worse I Thursday, with a cargo of discontented golJ-huulere,
thau sleeping on a post. Poor old Dame, she's ! and sailed agaiu for Victoria ou Friday. We received
always in trouble: so are our lawyers, and those who
I LooKixn opt for No. 1. tu ? The diior of th. ih
j mjr.m.i una i uc 111 leu nou or me kcgisiaturt to
the tact that in this country there is as yft do proti.
sion made for insane people." Very true, it ii B
measure greatly needed; and the suggestion it vr
1 . .,1 , .. .
umeij, iur no one win proDaoiy stand niore is n(t(j
: of some provision of the surt tlitin our cotfmporrr
Sr By some unaccountable error, the Wkitarta
. l . r 1 - . 1 : r - .
look to theiu fur help.
Accident at the Pa i.i. On Friday evening last,
a foreigner in the employ of Mr. II. II. Sawyer, was
ascending the pali road, riding a horse at.J leading
another horse which was loaded with butter, and
fastercd by a rope to the pommel of his saddle.
When near the top of the road, and just at he was
turning into the valley, n whirlwind, frequent in that
locality, s:ruik them, and carried -the loaded horse
over the precipice. The rider, feeling the rope sud
denly f'.'awn taut, sprang fr-jm his horse, just in
time to save his lite, the loadej nninuil dragging
J the (ther with him, both being killed iu the tail.
: FmpDiiH tinit rf f 1 1 T.,.-., . ......... .... C . .
no papers by her, but from her passengers we learned I ' "pe.s ui two or tbrt
that the diB?ins" were very shallow, n,,d that the dMe' n"J tr'bM! '"' ttcr, were pul
experienced gold men from Australia who had ar.iv- , lx,!'rJ tbe sh,P P'-Bntom, which hsd not sailed
ed there before them had extracted all the gold, j ,he Speedwell lef. San Francisco. Very few letter,
Numbers were still arriving from the old countries, ; d papers have been received by the baik, c.utit
koa Micros ksia t M pimK Soir, Wrducalay next.
Tn ft Tuastto per'Fank'e. Fpir.lay, 10 A. M
I Majesty's Minister of the Interh r. of the first part,
and Abraham Fornander, of ll'.uio'ulu. Island tf
! Oahu, of the second part, uitnesteth: Whereas the
! -ni-J party f the first part agrees, and does by
government's duiy authorized agent.
The stoek ol paper on hand at tin; date of the
! transfer was valued at 1,234 4.1. and transfor-
For Pan juv i i-t Kav Fndy
- F.-B Hot ir IaoootrO-i, about :itnrday.
PORT OJ UOXIOZ.TJZ.TJ. II. J.
A ll il I V A IS
Juae (-in whtr Amic K mSnll. Marh. 49 dar from Otaso,
. Z . via X li u. wuh 9j wtnjcn for Victufia.
V. I SmI eil nffain next d-iy.
d 5vb ilannah. Antw, fm llii. with lJ01r! mU.ii,
Iihk rnmoi. H hi. Ie. and li mriiA-r-1
S'earaer Kilaa -a, Kemll. Irun wirlwari port., with
!h raffle. 20 shnrp. t brw. 4 kva, 49 hr a
- r --- IS hall pnlo. 3 hvxes praclm. etc.
7 Scb Kmnia U--ke. Vlili.ur. frum K -awakapo. with 12
C(il wnml, p0 pumpkin, lot) niattrtuelotK, 3
slieep, -tc arid 1 leek paeneer4.
7 cl Kamehaw.-ha !V, Mwse. fmni HanaleS. vitb 64
kez a-Hl 40 o-.tn.'ar. 10 hides. 3 hoxe p'-arlie
, 4 rixf -e. -J7 Ulis a. 1 borie. 6 hnz. 9 c- r l.
W'Vl. 2U piece hip limiirr 1 calnn and IS deck
7 Sch Jeawnetre. Cre-n. fm Maliko. with 100 keg. urr,
o beta mtil3.v. 3 himnM. etc
., ctiuifr Ship paa-d tbia port with all sail et. 8i
dll not rntny nrennmnn cate with the ahore.
3ch Vlaria, ('rue, JniaiJIaitalei 'l .J5.7'P".'V,JtjV'
9 Feb l Mkriki. pela. irnm Kahnlui, with 10 L-rs of
tntar ami 40 hrla m4a-.
ft Sch Masonkawai. HaV-y. frn Kan and Kona. with
24 balea pain, b hal- anl S haa fnnsns. 'MM snat
ekina. 11 hil--a. j l-onche banana. 2 k lait'd
akin. 1 dx l oc.er. iio pine-apple. - brU putatnrs
1 eahin and 20dek pej:er.
II Feb Kanm. rhef re-Td. Imu Kahului and Lahaina.
IS Am bur "peedwell. Com. Faiy, 14 day. from fan
'these presents agree, on the part of His Majesty j retI ,n0 lsce at that figure. H know not
Uoverniueiit, mr na in consi.ierarn.n or certain who the appraisers were, but wc do know that
rvices . performed by the tuid parly of the j ,he , of $3 yS7 3y hild rcct.ntl. ,J0( n exrH.nj.
second part, hereafter more particularly dtscilbe.1, j . ' 1
fo pay or caused to be raid for nccount of li s . cd to stock the oBice, t dded to which there was
M.jesty" Government I" the sail parry of the second probably considerable material on hand from
part, ihe sum of Three Thu.ind and High! Hun bed I ,iri.vi.w vears. XWdon't ..bic-r to nnv fair r,.l:..
s j - ' "'V
! Tit iF-im itit'ft liHi f ix sovTil I.iiritlr.l fpte!-. ultiuisr
j such performance, we should have seen all the j f , r..e-r:.j;,.u,Hrj iUlJ u,iveiers in passing this spot,
I reports laid before the House before the end of j bhouIJ ket,p cIc!.e to the innt.r waU avoiJ:ug ,he
Our legislative report this week will be found
very interesting. A considerable space is still
occupied with petitions, but as the time for their
daily acceptance has expired, they will be in
outer edge of the road.
Lilian- in enu.iSI divide I rinmlliK- nivmnn'a I
Hie said parly ..f Ihe second pari ngries. and doth by j tion, but simply bring the figures out so that the future restricted t Mondays, thus taking up less
tnese presents ityrec. in:ii in consi i. -ration ol Hie sum
of Three Thout-tit 1 Light Hundred dollar-, to be
pa'd fo him a.s aforesiif. juotly unl failhlully to
perform the following work, or to cause ihe sauie to
br furhfully execuieJ. namely :
lsf. To print and deliver nil customary work for
Bureau of Public Improvements, the Bocrdol Health. isterof the Interior." "May be called on to r ay,
of the Custom H..ue, of the Harbor Mister, of Die : -,lmi..PtIl.l.. ii....h ..f K..tt!in.r.. .;. ,..,.1
j public may contrast t h.-in. and see how the stock
of the office has been obtained. And for this
i handsome speculation, the "said Abraham For
j riandor" (w quote from the contract) gives bis
j note payable " in such sums as from time to time
of the time of the House. A number of claims
against the Government have already been pre
sent!, sotio of which have been thrown out,
and others recognized. The claim t f any one
for money justly due from the Government to
Departments of Ihe Interior, of riumcc, of . . ,, , . . , , '
go Relations, of Public It.-trtiction, ..f the i "'"V "e ca"(Vl vl'on faSf ") iuresaia .vim- llilrt itil.,hl t, w ttkd whenever it is found
correct, but the principle of paying interest on
T? .-.I - r n . -e .. ... - J -- - cv . v .....e .tnu H1,,.l. .. ., ,,i, ,t n.d t . 1. o-t .l.li-l...l .,1..
a. it. ,-uii . , nir i :. 'tin e, VI I I.-J ml urirjlit? ' .. .... ....... ... -Iav., nrj
and Circuit Curts. of the Police Cuit, and of ihe j "'King notes, wincli lias not yet comu in vogue
J.io 9 ch Kanoi. Sfcepherl. for Ijthaina arxi Kahului.
TArtt VMwahiue, Knbeana, for Nawiiiwili, Koloa au.1
7Feh Jiunoe'te. Green, tr Maliko.
9 Obieanarc herm bris Pmrua. Bnnj-.for HnnirVony.
S rttramer Kilanea. IV-rnll, for Lobaina, K-ma and
Jf her wnelarard l.
Srh llannab. Antnne, fnr Lohaina ami II. In.
t Sch Kaarkamrna IV, M-wae. Ut Laliaioa K Kalep-t.
Feb Ktnuj Por,ke, WiHmr, for Lahaina.
9 fcch Maria, Crane, f-r Laliaina, llilo an.1 Pur-a.
XT BlrF ' Kimball, Mrh. anchored off thil pnrt oa
Thnr1ay latt, from Otajn, X-w Z-liail, bonnil to Victoria, T.
I , wilb 85 p-tMAtr-ro tnpped here for freah .oppii. a. Slie
vat Into Tahiti, and remained there f-Hir day. On ititiiij
thcaa bUn.ls, ')e was becalmed four more days. lcdartlig
aht days deteatliiD, sii-s sta le tbe pa-ge to Huoolula in 41
XtwcASTit, Feb. 1 Arrived bark .Tie, O. S. Keyte, uia.'ter,
fnwa Sjrdaey. to l.ta.1 t-r AdeSaide.
VF.sf.KI-S l IMIRT-Jt Xi: 12.
Am bark Fiwe-lwetl, Cnjoibre raty.
Am bark Voiaker. Claxtno, ttr fan I r-incisox
Ana MMiuaary packet Mnrnin Mar. tn.ktu
Fao ?t Faactici Pia FrtKDwiLL, Jr-vi 12:
F 9 Pratt Ct 2 pwtMAeons bra-nly and 1 brl whiskey.
AHrich. Walker 4t Co 1 rod belling, SO burs iron, S oil. and
0 Hudta Manila t"pc.
Toa lloit Ilrek S raar rdire mL
Fun Savtdffe 10 boxes tea. B bcaes mdfe.
J f lituhrs ft pkrs M.idlrry.
'"haiK lln 10 bsea tea. 2 hove. op. on, 20 pk)rt m.le.
i M Smith ears drasv I tin flowers.
T. it Itall a hoUla hoe,. 44 eniU ror.
Ila.-ktV.Ul & 0 pkjes wi:idnwa, ZM duora.
W S La.11 S rave, hardware.
Wileo. Richanla 4s Co CT oris pork? 1 cie fcaai. 13 pkf
aa-tie. l&O aark. owt-
Caatia Cooke 2,000 Jctt U!iof. 7 pkgs mix, 1 pkg l.lind.,
1 pkg scytbea.
C U Lewers 240.000 .hingles. CO windows. COCO feet tidinr.
1 pkr paper. 1 sb asachine.
Ii W rraac 20 ease oysters. S bales batt
K P A-lms b hrts ptou.
T Uanun w SO sack floor, 1 ra . n V, I cae
hue p. and B stares, 2 hrla iaerr.
A D Carta ncl 32 pkirt ovd-e, 44 bosra tea. I ho.li baskets.
fi P Ja.i.1 2 raaes welsq.
V C Waterman 1 CaM pbrtBrea. bdie rockets, 10 has fire
erackers, bam.. A caaes eH-r. i eases wine.
II rrrndrt 1 reel lead pipe, I ro.l In.iia rut ber prkmy.
a p. ewery.
John Patv4 ib chairs. 40 rrlndafntirs. 2 t-ss hay wa:er. 3 JO
set water pipe 3 n:b (won.1) 7 M. .himtirs. 1 a -to e.r. r.
pock w-s Bra works. M bajrs bran, 1 ce tth 2 cas. s
bacon. 4 kerrs -fcrrnle firm -. 20 bbl. lime.
J I a S U row-n 1 hark mi l. 10 M feet sidins, 60 SI rhin
fta. Frl Shards. I mx bwoo..
I Cattaaara "S fcx tV-ccN I bottle nil femen.
It Barf.ss i lis as pipe. 1 pr s.-t sprinra.
O Hows l MMilkU boards, 2 M feet Sidin;, M M
K i Ad.lerty t ease sa.l.Uery, 1 roll leather.
W KaHos 10 M4 Iiom.
A Coliron I packasc dry C-J-
11)1 bitney 1 pkc stabuoary. I pkg sesds.
R C Wyiliw 1 pack-icrs.
C Bariow I ke and i caes wine, 34 hsrs floor, I tin kero
So ir A Knz-r 1 pockaz-s ricrer, I cae ojds. 1 l J iea.
C Armatr. 9 paskaaes Sf k.
F Uams J d-k t.
J A Breast er I d.a. to.
J O Dckr I d-.
A J Cartwrlrfht 1 krs. craabernea.
J O Carter I package.
Marshal. Sheriff and District Justices
21. Also advertise, under Ihe he id of " By Au
thority. V in li e oil P.--- -t :
ol Ui .finances, ail (ouit. Legal, bit 1 Lteculive
Notices, emanating from any cj the nhote offices.
Ministerial and other official rejtoi is and Coriepoii
deuce, decrees of the Supreme Court and reports of
the Legislature and the Co.i.miltees when required.
It is mutually agreed between said parlies, that ail
such publications shall le sent to the office at least
twenty-four hours bt-fote going to press, and nil
alteration in the text and deiat in proof lending.
in the publications referred to in N. 1 and 2,
shall I e charged extra, together with Session Laws,
republication of Law Books, aud all books published
in pauiphlet form.
It is muiuiily a; ret 1 that the stock tf pirer on
batid. and valued at 5:1.231,43, by valuers mutually
Approved of, bhail be paid for by the said Abraham
Fornander. in such sums as from time to time he
may be called. upon to pay by the aforesaid Minister
of the Interior.
Iu itncs whereof, the respective parties have hereunto
set their hand ai d seal Uiis 4.h day of Novt-nilier
A. l. istil.
fSigncl) L. Kami ham .
Witness: (signed; Auk. FoKUXOtR
J. b. C1.pcian.
On examir.ing the above Indenture, it will le
found that the public work is divided into two
branches printing and advertising.
1st. Mr. F. binds himself to print "all the
customary work" for the
Pepsrtment of the Interior,
dit. p.il.hc Instruition,
tin. Foreiien UeUlion.,
JT the I. arlmia of M ar i. not incliuletl.)
Ilureau of I'ut'lir Impron tn-nt.
Supr me I ireuit and l""lire Court.
Marshall. sre-rilT and Pistrict Justice.,
Pfn.r.1 of IPatth.
llrtKT Matter an.l P st Office.
2-1 ' 7t advertise"1 under the head of by
authority" in the Puhnrsian all
Koial rrM-Lmti.ns anl lirdinanee.,
.-art. k-i:al ami eaeiutive initio . fi-.m any of the alore ofBces.
Mim-t. rial and other ortieial UeH t. and ' correKHii!cnce,
Iiecrees ef the Supreme Court.
Hi-ports of the Lrfii4l.it are nd its Committee, when required.
but all other work that may be required bv
the government to bo printed or advertised, in
cluding the legislative laws, must be paid fur
The only proposal ever offered to the government
to execute its printing, was one made in 1853 by
the publisher of the Commercial Advertiser, who
offered for a definite sum to do the printing r
of all the departments of the Government, in
cluding the Legislative laws, axd axv axd
ALL FP.IXTIXO RfQVIRFD BT TIIE COVERNMEXT,'
exopting nothing but new and iin.isu.tl works
that might lo ordered printed. This offer was
made in when the amount of government
ivork was much larger than it now is. The
Legislature had annual sessions up to that date,
the first oinissi. n having Ix-cii in the year 1SG1.
Since that proposal was made in ISoS, no tender
has cver been Cull.-d for, that w are aware,
thoiijh the above was renewed to the Legislature
The Committee to which vre have referred,
report t the House, that " the term of the c n
tract Itwt;:: His Highness and Mr. Fornander,
omitf.'g the l"u"c of the press and premiTs,
are ?Stci"Iy in accordance with an offer made
by Mr. Whitney lo the Miniver in 1?S." Ve j
- I respectful ly d.-nv. that th- ctmtract embrace
j what c off. red tti ext-cute, iz
i among busbies men. Tiie not.! or notes should
j have been made payable to the Minister ami Lia
successors, w ith their date f maturity fixed, and
payment thou demanded. In case the Minister
does not call on him, is the debt t fall to the
Again, what obligation is there on the part of
there was an agreement to pay interest at the I
time the debt was contracted. We notice that
on one ci.iiiii, partial interest is allowed to the
j tuite a number of bills have been brought up
' before the House, guiue few of which have been
! passed, but more have been rejected. A new
t-Minboat monopoly has been present! in place
Another FciioONiat Lost. The echooner ITeoni
Ana, (John Voting.) which has long been engaged
in the coasting tr.ie, was lost at Mahinauli, near
Wairnea, Kauai, ou the 27th of May. She went onto
the reef, probably having stood too close in shore,
and after a severe thumping, was lifted over it by
the breakers, sinking in deep water. She had on
board 70 head cattle, about oO of which were lost,
with a vatiety of other native produce aud goods.
Ttiis schooner belonged to 11 keke, a native, who
owned the .Margaret and Kiticole, both of which
were also wrecked while he was owner of them.
IIosoLti.i- Kirk IIk.partmkxt,
Jane 5, 1SU2.
th ii i-oi.i.o-vt img . -; : i t-. -
51 KX are uppnn.t.d FMU-: WAKDKXi for the
e-nsiiinj; year, by the- llourd of Ii'-presr-iilativcs
I'.strict No. 1
the lcss.-e to keep and restore the public property 1 of th;lt to which WJ last wwk anJ wh
a I. . . ..I. .. A AO . 41?- - 11 '
in his charge, at the end of his lease, in tiie like
good condition in which he has obtained it?
The lessee is no doubt a very honest man, but
w ith the best of intentions to the contrary, the
presses and materials may become scattered and
lost, and at the end of the lease be worth noth
ing. What redrew remains on the part of tho
government? Have any bonds been exacted for
the faithful charge of the printing materials, or
even for the fulfillment of the contract? Per
haps there is a proper lease drawn up, which
may possibly cover these points perhaps not.
The printing contract appears only to embrace
such notices and advertisements as are desirtd to
le circulated in English, as it provides only for
their insertion " in n Polynesian," thus leaving
I the subsidy clause omitted. The new bill has
I passed the lower house, and will probably pass
: the Nobles.
j The appropriation bill came up for discussion
on Monday last, and lias occupied most of the
' time of the House since, with, however, very
j little progress thus far. As presented by the '
i Finance Committee, it was greatly improved j
; over what it was as sent in by the Minister of j
I Finance; and could it be passed in that form, or I
1 with some very slight changes, not increasing its !
! aggregate, it would unquestionably lie very j
popular with tho people, and fully meets the !
i present wants of the nation. The following !
j items have been approved and passed : j
j CIVIL LIST. ;
I For His Maj.-sty. Privy Purse and Ilnyul State..
of the Ke-partme'iit :
5Ir. S. II. Liowsi.tt,
Mr. J. II. Knows,
Mr. tl. ClaiiK, " ;
.Mr. J. 11. Unini KT,. '- .
Per Order of the Chief Knj;ineer.
J. SMITH I K5,
but larger numbers were leaving some for Austra
lia, some for Victoria, some for Calilomia. So ebbs
and Mows the tiue of human population, all tending
to people the lauds and isiauds of this ocean, with
tbe surplus of Europe.
27" The last issue of our cotemporary corrects us
for stating that it gave utterance to the false charges
against the Lahaina Representatives ns did the
i Pakipika. We have not a full file of the Polyne
j soil, but are willing to take its word in the matter.
and therefore correct our statement. The birdling3
look so nearly of a feather, that it should not be
wot-dered at if one is sometimes mistaken fur the
other, for generally they both think alike, if they
i don't always utter the same sounds,
IS?" The .Morning Star sails next week, probably
on Wednesday, for ihe Caroline Isiands.
Ill KitF.Il V I'tlRKIIl .Al.,1, I'ERSOXS II.4R
iKirinji of tru-iiinix my wife Kl'Mtl'A, as 1 will pay no
; lull of her ci iitr.'ictiuir, ait she has leit uiy led and hoard with
! out any cause' whatever.
i IiAXIEL DA II II KIT.
Smith Kona. Hawaii, June 12, 1?32. Slo-Ct
mm fiB eiwmaih
O X S I S I 1 X ti K A IA llCiR ASSORT-
MK.NT of ticrmaii. Knlisii Rod i rench Good, selected
with the greatest care for Hie taste of this inarke, is now landed
and ready f. r sale.
The custom of j-.bliers and retailers is respectfully solicited by
KD. HOFKSCHLAEGEU & STArEXIIORST.
Z2T We are indebted to A J. Cat twright, LVj ,
for papers by Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express. A:oi
Capt. Paty for papers and memoranda, nd toMesspi.
M'Ruer & Merrill, nod C. V. Brooks & Co.
STEXCIIa l'bATKS.-Tl.e nnderisrd U
now prepared to fill all order f.ir Firm Plates, Plantation plain:
i Case or Hale PUiie-i on short notice, h II order, lea t A b
Carlwriht's G.-ocvry and Feed Store, wilf receive pn.mi4.tirg.
ion. 3o8-3ra THOS. O. Tllltl vi.
A. F. Jk A. I. Ls Phoobks ok L'Ockaue Lob.i
No. 121, under the jurisdiction of Ihe Supreme Corn
ell of the Grand Central Lodi;e of Fraix-e, iruriint is
! the ancient Scotch Kite, hold, it .regular meeting on the W,
nes.lay nearest the fuli moon of each month, ot the old Lndri
j Room, in Kin street. Yisiliiij? brethren rer.wetrull iuriH4
i to attend.
August li. r.07-.1m! P. C. JOXKS, Secrettrf.
c a i.i fo k x i a x s snori.ir tf-sttiij:
j merits of DR. IlOSTETTKIt's STOMACH IlirTKUS. Whilt
i it is highly pa'.ataMe as a lievernpe, it is uii'-'jiinlU'd as a tnoie
and invitroratrr. In the pursuit of fortune nt the mines, a.vj
j persons are exjsed to the attacks of complaints nf the riierstit
organs, pud of various k inds of fever. It is the very article tht
has so lon been in demand at ihe minis. Its d'aily tie wilt
f r-store the lone of a der.ir.ired stomach, impart lreh vit.-liiy ts
the digestive functions, and cheer the spirits. Yt the B.feis
i is the safest of ail stimulants, let the miner who is expoted ts
, hot and dry, wet and cold, tie certain to -.heron a supply til the
j peimine llo-tetter P.itters, and he will find il a certain safrpaard
: to health. Sold by Itujij.-!.-Is and dealer, everywhere.
Tniuariniis Wanted !
GERMAN' LAGER It IKK.
for sale by
El). IIOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPEXHORST.
. t 41 (f.ffilw I'OCMS TAMARIXPS
; - X r y JT f fi W will l.e purchased l.y the undersiKiivd.
For thus.; in the shell, they will pay 3 cents per pound ; without
th. shell, 5 cents per pound.
SlG-am FREbERICK llORX A- CO.
C II I E I A .! G1X.-11T WEGKXKVER
van J. T. B-ukers. For sale hy
ED. H0FFSC1ILAEC.ER & STAPEXHORST.
OF ALL THE
BV THE LAM) COMMISSION' IVOAHl",
MAPI, HAWAII. .MiiLOKAt ami KAl'Af,
in cue V'.luuie price Oil. To be had at ttie office or the
3'.6-3in INThRIUlt IiEPAitTM EM.
ITvREXCII CLA RETS :
EL St. Julien,
Wai ranted penuine. For suit- by
ED. HOIFSCHLAEGER & STAPEXHORST.
s --- --vas .s :--.,- - - -.;-'
the Hawaiiaus to get their information as best
they can or go a begging for it. Is this right, or ! For ,,is K"al "'t'1"'"3 ; 'rince ,f
J rr t .. Prince L. kani-diaim-ha
should the government lie coiuj.eNed to pay extra I l'l,T "t-r iajesy the tiueeu
for circulating its orders in the vernacular? To !
say the least, the contract should have embraced ! . interior department.
. tl ... it ror Chief Clt-rk of Iiitcrior It.nrtnitiit
the Fullest ciroulaiiun ot all governaivnt orders ! For M-comi :ierk
a.k.:,.a ; K,ttl. lT..tr..;;.in ..s-a.1 I'.i: t. 1 ' rir 3lfcnk!trs an-1 watch !mn
IU UIJ 4 IV.CO III IIWi il 111 U 1 111 II stllVA A 1 11 l?ia VII b
csjiecially in the former.
Here ure a lew of the errors of this Printing
Contract. We do not blame the Minister of the
Interior for them, for it is a difficult thing for
any one to projierly prepare and execute such a
contract, who is not familiar with the details ;
but we think the Minister might have called in i l"r ?,,:,r-vrI irs.hal-
j lur MiernT of .Mum ; said Sheriff to perform (he duties of
the Services of disinterested parties, Capable r.f j P-winuister, Collector of Customs and llarlMirniaster,
.,. tr -9 t A , - .... 1 ii, ,nrt .......... .
juoging oi tne woru. .v .viinister is out tiie
agent in trust of the public property confided to
him, and it becomes him to exercise a greater
circumspection and care, when transferring pub-
lie proterty to the charge of others than were it
. . 2.000
PHOTO&MPHIC GALLERY !
Next Door to the Post-Office,
Stairs, Oyer the Advertiser Oilicc.
F..r C lerk Shenff of Maui OuO
For SheriiT of H.twiiii ; said Sheriff to perform the duties
of Postmaster. Collector of Custems and Horbormaste-,
' F..r Cler Sheriff of Hawaii 600
! Fur Governor "f i lahu. . .
' nf Kauai
For Governess of Hawaii
i For Cleric Governor of Oahu
j - "of Maui
j " ol Kauai
Governess .f Hawaii...
For Purveemjr -
For Fire Department, Honolulu
' debt d ie March 30. lStiJ
Iril'IlK rllF.RSIVEI). HAVIX I'lH-
H. CHASED the ahove-uiemiotied business from 5!r. J. W.
Kitie', is now prepared t t;ike PoKTIt AIl'S in Hie best manner
and latest styles , aiso, VIEWS OF DWELLINGS, c.
TT Constantly on hand, and receiving l.y every Packet
from San Francisco, a full supply of I'i.ain and Fanct FhAUfcS,
Casks, &c., Ac.
310-Jt II. L. CHASE.
rBOCK VI XES.
ii Marcobruni.-r, Moselwine and AssniannFhneasr.
ED. HOFFSCHLA EG ER .t STAPEXHORST.
TOR 1 II A ECSER L'KA.M WEIX.
For a i.'e ;,y
ED. HOFFSCII LA EGER A- STAPEXHORST.
1 liii ifis a
While wc rejoice that a lease has been
For Jad Oahu Prison.
heriffof Kauai. ..... ..
up:ior; of re;s.iiers. . .
Expect to Arrive prr
Olives and Capers.
REXC'll OLIVES AXI1 CAPERS.
or sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLA F.GF.R r STAPEXHORST.
ASI'HKRRV JlIC E.
For pule by
ED. HOFFSCHLA EGER & STAPEXHORST.
"Will leave Honolulu us. tollowst
On TIESDW Jjiic 17,
At hnii-pnat 1 I. M .,
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
MOXDAV, Jinn 23. for KOX'A.
The KILAUKA will leave KON A on niternutc Ve.:nesdiiji,
andKAWAIHAK every Thursday, nrrivinx in IIONOLVLL'
JAXIrtX, GkF.F.X 4,- Co.,
Honolulu. May, ISfii. (312) Aifeui. II. S. X. Co.
FOR S A I.E. TIIE WEI.L.-
kuown Man: GIPSY, bod by llinmst
Cummins, Kq.. trom foieij-'ti sto-k- Sha
1ms been well trained !o timjlt xdni.blt
hnrnms. i.i.d has be -n ums! iii.-e she
a. ihrt.-e vears old as A r AHjHIl h'.
SAIJlJ.t: HOUSf.. Also, for sale, the hrojrn sit-Ol k.k EI.O
' ClCLDK, which has h en ns-.l by t.i- members (if Mr. A B.
i l'.:ilsr family ns a ri lite horse, for s"tn.- time pus! A I'.tl OR-
ICE LA1JVS IIOHSE. For terns, Ac.. i. .ly to
I 3153t DCDLKY C. RATES.
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF HESSIANS
i" parlic.il.il ly adapted Iur Rice, Wool and I'ulu.
l-.r sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGF.lt & STAPEXHORST.
H Whim fF3
It will be noticed that, as usual in the lower
....jo ti.n,o o ,i;.,-,.;i;,.i. , t..., un i.in
made, whorely an annual eaIn is bhown of I j
- . V 1 il . . . a. 1 .1 I
5i,ii,cmirei...ii tne govcriimeiu una tne r,loce!? cutting down every other item appa-
public may be protected in their rights. We have i retly for no other object than to alter it.
no hankering to become a party to any contract ; y,Villi,. we aavo,..it economy, we will not endorse
to do the government printing, and are content !t.rj,rts t , UrV0 CinpI-jye..- of the Government,
with hating liecn the means, alter years of argu- ; t, red....e . .... f yrHj-sihle and tfficient
laenf. of effecting an acknowleelged reduction in
j ibis branch of the public service alone of four
' thousand tiro hundred and th rty dollars per
annum, tln-ugli really it is much greater.
Notwithstanding this reduction, the price even
now pii I f.-r the public printing is lihcr.il. The
contract is, iK.sod on estimates made by us four
yars ag, when there was much more printing
to !e dor-". As near as we can estimate, the
government work now amounts annually to about
2.HK, viz :
TTAI.ES PIXK AM) YELLOW I'UIXTS,
Kales checked prints,
Ral;-s purple prii.ts.
Hales fancy prints.
Rales printed reatia khirts,
Ra-es hickory shirts.
Pah s printed shirts,
I! iKs pink shirts.
Bales white cotton shirts,
F.aies denim rork and pant.,
ltales uhite -Lining,
Pales blacW and blue orlvans,
Cas. s Victoria lawns,
Cases white moleskin,
Ccts.-s cotton velvets.
Ca-es cotton pant stu.7,
ElOOM AM) HALL PAI'ER
i I:i the latest Puns stales, beautiful and cheap.
For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEK STAPEXHORST.
E I I CAXVAS AXD RAVEN'S.
For sale by
ED. HOFFSCII LA EGER k STAPEXHORST.
OF THE WELL KXOWX"
wines am) srinns. &c.
CASKS PURE !IOLLANI f;l V.lng!a,
50 It.tskets Pure Ibeluiid Gin, in stone ju(.',
Cases hue pale Sherry, 1 d". eaen,
" " Pale C. pnac Rran ly, (liiitli pr"Of-
Ca'-ks Lajrer Iteer. 4 o.-z. eaeh.
Just received, and for sale in bond or duty paid, by
315-3t F PRA Tf k CO.
Ac, kc, kr. 310-ira
Priutii.c blanks, kr.. for ail the Ie jrim'tiN I Oi"sl
Advertising f. r all the do. fioO
d. ai d r rir.tinc f-T al! the Court K
Protiinr Enc. m l Haw. Min Mul lport. $s.s
(..Tdriiir bieiimally, "e half tl.i um.)..
G EIWIAX AZaII I
anu and all of !;"' 1 -iiative lass. (.x-urrinir bietiniaily one
- I ha:f this saiu.. S.H)
itiiuiov-eeTFwissuJae 54tf'funsr.is..ib,i I the pnntiner ronnrcd tu tlw Oil rrnif nf. II
'""'-eo'-3 Cliairmnof tbe Committ- c .hi bar'
ner 4 aot s!iara-Bn. 3oS-e:ya. I ' " . ,, , ,. , To'i! (fovernmer.t w.rk, f'
, iCliairm tn or tbe Cmmitt- c - hi bar My have ,,UrA tu,toln:iry
-The Yankee cn Fttard.y. J made l.imself ac-itr inted w :,., tend.r refer- r..r hj the vernment. though
ir o..i!s for the I'oitrf Sf-ie- and j n1 to by him, and whodi, tie . a,.;or,g t.ie f .. , , ...ndef uf the publisher of th'.,
, ft; freight ar.d aWIisicf j or the Ivg.-h,ture o. -as at h . t .y.i it Wimlj ut have cov-
nt whom w aotlce n nnu-nal 'dinl. The Mi istcr o, t! Infzr- r in his ;.4 v.. do not object t . the contract
ndeVddrer. I'aJtrC CUxtr; I rrrt evtoharf N,rr v.! :1 cr.lr c -r- .f ( WWature are
: ir jiriu; ti should be at l.'ast a" well
charge, fcowtrer, they
the? OP f ' It-
Fob mi East
taiing the regular
r - Ql,. I. am 1
- . .... r- 1 rrrt !eeiu to hare sti'r :5
aaibrr tf UJiei amtein ircr. t.irvi-. . . - . . -
w.H 0. 1 all tl cor ris of a , eu an 1 p.iiii....
bv t.f the irovernm-Tt v bo '
T .'.r.w nrtrat. -fr. dated U.roa .- iannun.yor all its prinlu 7.'
fret- the Ber. Mr. Ho.e. we copy th, following iteu. : f JVt vn ferenc to the bill of appropriation,
Th. brig Railltur bad not long been horn, when ( 1(,w Vfor tLe 11 use. we fa I, l-id the sum
he vast ooto Ihw reef t ilorea, and after ' o- .soO per annum to meet tne obligations of
.sm. a k.r sir. aha went ts piece. Th inde- I . . :,. .
vuiw - - , . r M 1 , y.a H-ntraci. 1 icic .
For stationery of C"ZS. I "he 'X-
nf SiylHI .t"rtan'l'-'l irnm ioe.
"Pap-eta to bring wajr what could be saved of the
syfccic, aad on aer ret am was wwhu -ratraoee
; th current took her onto th Ie rer.
boot 7 F. M. of Ihe 4(b f March, aod before dsy.
liBt next B.-rr.irj( e4Tia a ' 1 rv
p.ii.f a.- others f ir tl.etr set vices ; hut we do object
to the loe terms in which the contract has Ivn
I officers below what they are. justly entitled
j to. For this reason, we regret t 1 set; the pay of
: the second clerk iu the Interior Department cut
j down fn.m 1500 to 1000, and others may bo
i served the same way. If reduction is necessary,
1 - .
j the sum Oxi-d by the Committee (100,) is as ; Cases thick and white linen thread,
j low as comm.. n decency can admit. So with the. ' Flat point-l spikes.
J Crown Ministers, 4000 is not exoibita.it, pro
; vided they are com j-e-t.'tit and qualified ; y-. t as a
! temporary measure of economy, .".GiMJ may be
'right; but when you go to extremes, ard put
j such office-is on pay that hardly allows a 1 sja.ct
' able living for those occupying their position.
10 you place before them a temptation to take ad- j l pkkiok a k rLE.-m qunria.
vantage of their public trust for personal ga:a
by e.ther means, and perhaps to the j njiidico of
the public interests. The same remarks will
apply to the principal clerks, whose whole tinio
should le given t tiie public service, and who ,
i!i ;i'id receive an adequate and just reward.
T.10 bill, as it came from the Committee, i.i
the nain, meets our views of what is proT-er at-1 ;
just, and we question whether it can be iin- .
proved in its passage through both houses. It ;
was given to the Committee for the express pur- j
A J A T C II ES
'i aum-rior qualiiy. F. r ssle l.y
ED. HOFFSCHLA EGER if STAPEXHORST.
v T In the d--sirable siz'-s. For sale hr
ED. HOFFSCHLA EGER 6f STAPEXHORST.
SILT WATER SOAP.
For sale at
M ELCH EI'.S Jt Co.-,.
51 ELCH KRS k Co.s
fJORTLAXD, ROMAN" Jt AIR CEMENT,
tor sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLA EG ER STAPEXHORST,
Fire Brick, Tiles.
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLA EGER & STAPEXHORST.
For side hy
ED. HOFKSCHLAEGER & STAPEXHORST.
T.VIM ET 11V THE I'NHEUSIGNFD
.ttt.iHK.lt . tf.o-1 Paddy, in shi.piiur order, f.rwhi.
Black anil Blur Broadcloth.
ce .-r l-.ui.i wi.l be paid on dehv-ry.
! die - ,. J. I. t '. -le. HORACE
H. I'l .NX.
:XTSA FINE QUA LIT V.
I 1 ur .ilc at
1U E AXD PIXK ORLEANS.
m-Jt l;lac and blue siik f .rep-fso,
drawn up and now stands, and e wish to call Tof determining what were the proper sums
the attention of the Legislature to this subject.
to rectify its faults, if such are found by it to
exist. Wc contend that the present one-sided
contract should be set aside and replaced by one
... . , .1 . ell ... T
wliien snail emorace me iiuiovwug pmu ;
to be Voted to each object, and they spent much
time in investigating it : therefore the House
ought to accept their work, especially as it would
save at leat one month, and 3000 of the public
Iilacit and colored siik neckties.
loark silk cravats.
Ll.ick sil umbrellas.
lllack silk velvet,
Ttlark velvet ribnon.
Colored Velvet bracelet!..
Colored velvet riblions.
Asst. cotton sck and s0kinifs,
Huntins Powder ia 1 lb. Tins.
msVie,- tTi" s-f
I riUIE IXDERSICXE D HAVING BEEN
npp..in:e.l Guiirdian of the er?on and property of ROD
KKT W . HOLT, of Honolulu, lori-hy Kiv.s notice to ail persoi.s
ind-'ite.l to him to nmk immediate payment ; and all rson
having: r onis against the same, arc heit by rcijitested to present
them to the undersigned.
W. A. ALDRICH.
Hou-.lulu. May 3t. 1S02 315-31 Guardian.
TMIE UXDF.RSIGXE1. G I " A R D I A X" OF
BL the person and pmierty of KORERT XV. ll.'Ll. hereby
forbids any peesou trusting the said Rols-rt XV. Holt, as from
this date he wil, pay no debts contracted by them.
j . i itiiao..'.Uiea.USlVllW.aaiJ3iTBaiai!VWII 1 1 n
FAMILY uIlf)lEllUii FEE!) STORE!
jA CHOICE LOT OF TEAS
" Comet" Oolong Tea,
IJisket t-a, 1 lb.,
English breakfast tea,
Curious breakfast tea.
Good medium teas.
Plagniol salad oil,
L'.acaraluj.i salad oil,
Jenny Lind cakes,
No. 1 China rice,
Hamlin & H iker's Oysters.
!-.xtra chewing tobacco.
Kits No. 1 Mackerel,
il tcrs fine salt.
;!Mm A. P. CARTWUK Hf.
No.ice to Sugar Planlcis.
riMIF. UNDERSIGNED, AGENT FOR D.
M M. WES ruN, having laU ly received plans and speciflca
Well adapte-1 to the wants of planters on the I .lards, would
respectfully call the attention of all in sait of r.-w MacUti.'ry
to the same, as he is confident that he can supply a" dcniatus
at prices whic'i will p!ac susar w..rks wi'liin reac!: of ad.
All Machiie ry and articles or.bre.1 tl.rnn-h h.m. willberi ar-
1 .r ii.. ...rr I...I f.i.tiMr a i liMVltiff a'"
aiiieei hi 111 wa.ra :ie.i i ,ot -i
...i..vn..K .p.l.r. fro.., si.n Wr ncise-. Ihsls.ro,
iKimriuriii. 10 Lnriiia in ...- .....u . .... - ..
,ev will t filled in the short -st po.siljle erne
nder Mr. Wes-
on J own supervision.
Tcnus of paj ment made .
v .no .--iL-otU! veil u il.I. PAT
B l i.lr. ll K.1111 i-r tiniind from this date, in call)
" a. p .iri'r
G. P "IJi'L. tWi'