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C O IVT XVI ETCIAL. j
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are nertjr i: tf.e ir.ei U.i.U tf.at I r x r l f.- m t!. d.Auu -o of
ti.ort.ti---44.u:.vr. La- .;.J. cr a ,r., f x urupr, j
t It u v.Z wm:.- it u-. iBar.c that t laire'.y i
kwt;.rf.:s an.i ti-.a i.:t i; 10 .laiiy ooroi jvu ht !
In u-r-a from U.-i crli l.io c-,llr.l t.a K.. f l-nvr. Po-l ;
tl,.-or.-" j-r.c ' f -ruU L-ir.-. ri.n., oj-r.t.tii; ocial- j
Ij, ai.J tt.'-u a.:f :tia-,i--4i--.Ufai.ee a;-i-r-cijol ;
lu oomw d-4 i U. bt tl.; itf. count it inv9V j
rat tmr.rorioeiw in it tattle f proteilare. ;
W iirtl.r i: c.r. 1 b.i !-- at ch-: .; -?r r t;s than th' t wl.icfi ;
wm (r-.-.2 1 j.,;i:t e..i.cfrt.::cr wi..ch t:re is J.ff-renur '
finrr. rr. .J- ly k ventar - lu.f.. It i a
iii., tat r-,i.r- n-.3-. a-.:ity hi t?... ar.f d---.t.-1 1 '
tut i'.nrirtr l t: i n. fjna..T that Shi.ul-I ?.ract-r..
ti.-a.: ai..i - . it fr. t n tt..'. tt f a u- n a !:-
t.nai-iol t.r u.:- ;i.ry in iuur..; a il U4 (rf t.-T:' f.l thi
irl. JUy K fr i: , I tVri sif-uU l a. r--'jrn f-r
t'Ti Fo t. r-h.rrrp.i. r.y th Oofrmi i
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r... Oii-tnn. in II." r.'-!.-!r!.'-! f Sin l'rar.cr-:"'. t'tr m-i-
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iirt Oa;Lii ii i- a -j i -ji...n, .n:j xj.r '
hi.i.'lf iKTy m-.'.l with our city ail sarr'.uu.t.r.t:. at. 1 ;
t r.. t f r t;. 9:-5, in-1. i y its '.vru-r-, :
.-r.-ry hop t'.at in- 1 u.-if.'.! I- r will rn.i siWi l.f'-r-.l
tij-r "t wi.l iniur Mr. K-rt r t t -af amor.? u. Th"! trt'.ry
iU! li j.rop.!-- t.. wi !. n tl.r t.r:. contain thirty
ami jrlvr fr.ii'I'.ym.-M t- tfy ii.'!-. Th-a.viijtaei t
cur ilty vf Ui :::.' aa -. n . -.t f tl.i k.liil in our Oil la',
i t'i;rrf.c i.fiti- , .iil ?-!.M'i!l I-e r " r'y n.n.'ir I 1 y
tiii.se vLt cwa I-r-lrty ai .l l.av tie wriiare ol the c ty a:
Ii i pw IM nil.
vr ft rt n ?r T rr.?. IV. .lay, 95 oVt. rfr, A. ?f.
r Wiabwatau !"r ir Kiiaaa JI-.oJ iy. -
pout or II O IT O L U L TJ . ii. I.
A it II I VA I.N,
J jf.f 11 ?:t:r l'i:ieUii', t'r u, fr. in K'.r.a.
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13 jchr Warwick. u:tu. fr. ii i kai.
n-.vc. ci.f..-r ..-! ......let. l;.-ecr, HuMaH . jr. it
i iy at r i-avinj? a f i ai-r.
15 Fchr Mrr, fr-'m
li ii-niar Aret:o. iiumm.Ti.!, J w .lavs from Btoo j
v.a !-,r: Mar.l.y, wul, la t.-e to C. Lrewcr CV. J
JttO 10 ?thr Ka M i. Wilbur, fr in Kat.cttii.
li sf tmT K.lna-a, I-Hir-v r, fr Winlwirl lv.r?4.
li icl.r N-t;i- Merr.ll, 1 juuaiia, fr iiia.ua alt-l
11 cel.r 3.ary, Mta, fur MaLioa.
12 .-ehr Wa!n:n:. Kui.-.ain, fr Kula.
r-tl.r Kal.it.a. llelli-!.. f.r K' !..!a.
H Scir VVurWici:, II-to., for iuwi.ai.
IA coir i:.-. !.:., t'r.i:.-, for K-.na ar..l Kaa.
H aV-tr K.'iI. Siala, U,r Kalmlnt.
ICrporf of I.'urk Arctic
Sa.l.- J from ltf.n 'Jet. lsth, ltl. lia.l mlTate weath.-r
afn-r tririr l!;oii iir.nl in l t. 11? V l"ti. W, wh-n we I.a 1
troi.tr MV J- . Kxi- rinc.-il n M! tra.t-.-s, tl.e w.nl vcehri
w. Ha,in tra.i-ri, thew.n i liin- fr i SR v kl .
Aftr ta4.-ifis Ut. So haJ iiit.hii.,' fut h;trl westerly pa!.-s ai:J
iu wr:.vr. Jan. zu, iarKe q-iaot.t;.-. . t ice ia ait uircc
l.,r.. K.r.. -l.also.aw B.u,:h Icr. Or. tl.i C;h cf Ktl.ro.ary a 1
;a tar,- k-fi-r?; r.'fr'-d var.'.ui airs- t il-ar U1.111; at
IO I'. . struck, a ir,i.eef dr f.-tt. wi. h i-r:.rt. tl a tiuii.U r if
ihwfj rf t'-pi-r-r ff ti. l-ort i'-. t't.'i. in lat. iT.'Zi S,
Kn. TJ.i:vv, tr.-r.-:i..i..w from tie wtstJ, .iuricir
hirtuj b w.4 a-hl i:r tv u,.m, ana while the men
wrre f-ut ifc-i-ur:n.' it f:- t;rk n-.-i-!-? a l.i-avy j !nr.-e ir.to the ;
n.i waij.1 Ti-ar I ot.e cf the er-rw. k .ca Char-
1 y,- h w .!-:; J ha lv-.:- w.n t.i.'.Jy iijor-1 in Ui -n-e.
At the an!tio.e carriol awiy t - rt I--;.r.t shn.u.l an.l
?i",uI.lTrV7"l,,r' "f ,!" ..h,,,,r",k- t''- lV,i,t.'--,?:;
I.. a. 711.4-J VV . n Iar--- fjaan:.:i f fr-. 1. 1. Ij. Ul 00 i s.
ir.-u ; vv.atT a. M., tar i caa -.r i ti.:. it f or. board
a.trtfi if ic i hui .!r--.l f-h ifi, ai 1 t.re fU:.tl-
ti of lirft-K-c; k-J't tf an.l -.-. . t a'-a- a 1:1.!- t l-nwar-1 r f
of l.Vm. i"l...o, la i"40 lufi. 79 ,5 VV, thick f -cay wa 1
Ukr; at 1 1 A. M. tna-le a ir-- b-Ov c f i.--. l-wn; froio S K to
iw; .0,- .hioiNKi.. ci-arif -'i-- trt-ba:-!
aw tuueii v.i the 'iSl. a: A. alter abent ty Jays f
ciaunt w.iriy .-: aii vrry h-avy .. with a strr.c rt- 1
erly rum-at. cur j.U 1 .r; in av.ryl-a. ri.i.t.uu. m.t of
the- rrrw t.rli -in I -,? ilu'y. ar. 1 w.ir.r -.llii. sh-.rt. Inro u;. f r
tl.e ii'Uo.l I!al..l4. Mth IS. 1-T.. r.m.r t- s.:;. !.. r ill S-:ai-l.
yllaru. r. Ua the 1 of Ai r.l ....-.! i.,r Il- a -Uita. : il.
Till I a-- I Caj-- II rn, :in-l lr-t.i t.'i- r-.f-.- t- l..t. '. ) S. I.-n. '.") VV,
La.t n- tt.it bill otr ini: w-r-rly ra.'- ari.l a hiavy Sea. No
SKtraJ. until in lat. li s5. th- w.n.l fr. ta NN K t IfN K.
0... the quat.r Junr U, ta I- 11. li. 11 W. T. k the NK
Uiitc in tit. & .N anJJui.ell n jj-r ti-t en. I of Iui. Ar-rlr-1
hi lion-Jula Iiar't.r Jur.e 15, in 110 lnj frota 11-tvn
an.l J .y from Pi n rtault y.
VKSSKI.S t 1MIKT jr.vi: 17.
II iw l ark Arctic. II aipu. .rul.
Am rn.r Catiif.ri !.--. l;r k.
Y.tig rt.-mfr Al'.r rni.
Haw tnx )l r:..n Si.u-.Jan.e4.
ka'R yae'it Tl.-K..-. Ii.tnli..m.
For W;jDwaD Ii. rt per- K-.Uu- a. Jai.e 12 Mr II lt Si
licon. Itbt : E II Al.t ii, II. 11 C C II ..rr , P II Trea.lway, J I
ll.4Tfk.Ht. A W NrrJhara, I' S.ivr.-r. A I rnivan. A K:t htr. J
II AI'.. o. II I'U kmvj. jr.. ? Il-r l. tl-, J U It.h : 13 cabin
and 4u d- ck I'Ai-vLitr?.
From WiDWiitt rot-T yjt Kit.auea Jane 17 Mn S. T.
Al-ar-.J'r, I.4 Jah A Vx.n.-l-.T. 11. O-rr.wc:!, I. U. Vrn-
II. It lymn-i, Col. Kir. i.cti, i:. tftt-::, 11. I'm U. VV.
aUi-y, Mr. M Ucr. Mr. V . Str'ioul l. J. P. l'arker, Achow,
CC lljrr I j cal m, .ni l 2-iit-c i-ai-ii.t.
- - - . . .
Tae Mir.i5E Telkcbapii. Our attention has been
called by the i'ostrni-ter-Gcricral to the fact that the
telegraph will have t- be stepped on the 1st of July,
if mere sap-port m net given it by these directly ia-
t crested ia its continuance. No appropriation was
mvltf for its support by the last Legislature, and one
by one its fcrmer patrens have stepped their sub-
bcriptions; throwing the larger psrt cf its support
upon the Post OfSce. Seme three hundred dollars a
year are needed, and it d.cs secra as though agents (
of lines cf packet?, inter island and foreign, agents cf '
the steam-tug, pilots, and merchants generally,
might contributeto its support.
A Valcahle PArea The Morgin Brothers', cf
London, hare favored us with copies of their British
Tra il Journal, for the first quarter cf this year. It
is published monthly, en the '21 of the month, and
contains a price current carefully corrected, of arti
cles needed in over two hundred branches cf traJe
and professions. Sample copies may be seen at this
cEce. Every merchant snould have a copy.
Scab city of Water. By notice frcm the 44 Super-
intendent of the Water Work?," we learn that water
will be stopped frcta the city daring certain hours cf
the day, as the supply is short. If. after an unpre-
cedented rainy winter and spring, water is ehort, .
what will it be if we have our usual dry and hot ;
summer ? Surely some steps should be taken to in-
crease the supply, which can be done with a little ,
. ,, -
care and attention. -
cyTo-dAy is the anniversary of the battle r.f
Banker Hill. '
xA'rriiDA v, jry: it
I'm. ft; i v-rv iuV'-rniu-.nt L-ianagr-d 'v syeo-
j-h.ir.u-. it would ! singular if" au reran -vu! i
I r.ot be found or t -.iir.-.ty nni
: atu.- all that could )j writ:-:i .r -aid byjar-
' tios who dare tj M dilier' tit oj It.i :i.-. nil 1
. who frttly utter t:.u. S'-ch re iioeti.-.d e.f
j wanting; 44 ordinary powers of r-:l-.-oti -ii.' arid
j with having th-; small-st modicum of r--gird
I r ,i.
t. - ...... r. .r ,-..1v ? .-.'i t.. .i Lv the
, lailii-Urial J rv . hut thv tir- s-i i. -I-.-l CUt, Sil.l
; , . , , -i . J.,-.. i ..
j.jIlC'.'i Uil i-.T 11 t:tn. 1 IiC .Iir-Ii.'.
! cjUiv, in fact, J i'V d--j ; "lai-;-r:iM-.' imi
I tuir? of a .jn. It is w.;i fr th- ma-.-vs
1 . . ii . t ,iri:.:..
I ttiat sjiiie are noi u-rrici i.y huca nuiwuuui
I --f wntth ; that th-?y are only n.rvol u a frt-h
orr--itijn, v;.K-! La.- at lat Trt-trat--J thy
arm "T of thy Ministrv, ar.'l touched them on
a f-uh;"Ct t:ron whi-'Ii thov tt-Lia s jincwhat
t...n,j.,r. V.- ailud-i to tho manain'-nt of th
ide t j th: liianajiu'-nt
li .ard of I
iucalion. This I'-ij-jr Las of lit-
takvii o-ca-:iijn to. warn the huhj-.-cts of Ilia
f,:f.tv. fht an att.-nr-t tva rMn xaa-ly tj
overthrow the Com ta ii ."rcliOol hvsteai, ainl
substitute fjr jt a sVet-.-ia unier tl.f Jealcr.iJ J.
t an English Iii,l,T. and w Lave given n-a-
60lia f our far-. To ttllaV the fetlP of th
coinLiumty, they are tdd, " UcTO Ilia 3Lu-;sty
'overr.incnt vi-r ? much di-r rsed to undertake
fcr n-iVc and hitzarvlvus a m.nure as at once
to tuhvt rt tl.O CvIaUloIl fjchjoLs ot the KilldolU,
111. . .1 .
the lruld l.rst be C 0!:ij"aled t) Set aside tfiO
l of the land, which jr-vide -rially f,r
the laalllt-rit'.L"-'.' tir.d tUI Jirt of these ifclauols."
11 ... ,
II-jw r- ( p-shingly cool. 11 it is a jrrave aim
L.iznrd US la-.-aSUre to SUbVcTt the CoiMllOll
sj.j. aM.j ..-t aI le the laws of the land,
what rati Le said of the ii)-!tsuris of this very
. , . . . r
IMlIil.-try , Which .-UOVcItoJ t!:e t oliStltUtl oil Ol
uTtliy sml Confusion? Truly, tl.e-y would
strain at the e-nat alt'r swailowir; ti:e e-Jui-
e-I. The Very fact that the Common .School
tystcia is in the liaiids of such men, tv-nds
. i , r- i r: i. im
to increase the alarm of the Irieiida. Ol Loill-
ration and of the jao5, rather than iaiet
it. Why liuve not the subj-cts of Ills Majesty
cause for a!arin?
The fcrst aj .j.oir.tmeiit of the Hoard of Ed
ucation, :u Insjrt ttor-CeiicTal of .S hools, is a
man wliose f en was hired, and who maligned tlie
found .rs of the system until the J'oiyn'jsion
exjrired. Pursuing one of t'.m, with all the
Venom Ue was cnjahle of, until the sod covered
Lis remain?, his j . n faltered l;r a Moment, not
froza reinoise, but to .-u-K-ct a fre.-li subject to
vent Lis sj leeii uj on, Le writes on, until by the
subversion of the Constitution and other l.igh-
Landed ju-aure.-, Le receives the aj jioiutmei
f j ,octur-( u iieral of fr'cLooIs, a.s a rcwai
lor tlie race Le ran; and the Lrst production
. . . ,. . .
we Iiave Iroin the jH.n Oi this sage is a carj n:,
fault.CnJJng JvCUm,,Ilt, diihVd "A SyilOj sis of
t my lief ort to the Hoard of Education of my
Tour of Iri-f.:Ctir! t'ne Common Schools on the
Island of Oahu," in whieli he Cordine.s himself
to the school-houses, localities and fences,
rather than the School.".
I The Hoard Las also dismissed edd and tried
! School Teachers, or j -laced theru in sm h a
j -vail ion that nothing was left for th-m to do
j but resign. Teaciiers who Lave served in ea
! fii and out of se-itsf-n, faithfully und to the
! lK-st f.f tlieir ability, are cast sisil.;. I For whnt?
The Bishoj. "s advertis-ment in an English paper
f.r a " certificated u. aster and mistress" will
Ferve as a guide in making a gue. lliat the
I i i ........ f .,-,1 ,,, .,,.1 ,,.; 1
Bishop and Li3 clergy sv. ay the lard none Will
douht. Their I-ollCV InUV be foUIld ill thel. nd-
Hl artnle 111 the ministerial (t':Z 'JtC if Ajiril
00 : . . ... 1 .... , j , i 1 . ...
-J written, us we Line no doubt, and as ve
jiave tj)e jxt ,,f rmtr.ority f.r stating, by the
venerable Arch-Deacon" td" the 44 Reformed
, . .. , , . .
Catholic liiurcii, the KeT. ..et ip-e lasoll.
TI'''' Common School system and tlx- Toliey
of the Amcrhtin M iss'i jn.irks r'-ardin .S:hoo!s
.... .... . ,
are l-JeiltlClll, tir.d in this We S-.O the Whole CllUsi'
f.t.. trr, r ..r 1.. T' ,r,I If t rri .wt 1 1-
lor the Opposition ot the J-..irJ. It Is, fTleStlv
..m.rcssioii ; and because iu vic tim is American,
in cverv sen.-; of the word, the jliiii.-trv lend
their inilueiice mid jTess to cry it down. It
may be said, in anwer, that the last ajpoint
mtnt to the Hoard is u.n AmiTic.m. Tliat Le
was born in America is t-N true; but Lis course
in the Convention, and since, p roves him to b
a traitor to. tlie j rincij ! s of the land of Lis
nativity, and Lis ajjiointment only tends to
Ltihtm the feeling of di-trust and alarm. It
is very wdl to nccus j us of Laving cxeit'-d a
feeling of alarm, at the Kime tim it is an insult
to the intelligence of the community, who no
loebt are as kern and as tjuick to discover
rau.-ses for alarm aa the writers f-r this journal.
Ix-t the Ministry understand tLat it is from
tlieir acts tLat ti e alarm and distrust Lave
arisen, and if tLey would allay it, let them
remember that 44 actions speak louder than
Fir.Ks ajp Alaums. "a oun lay, at a little before
one I'. M.t an alarm was sounded, and fire discovered
jn the square btunle-1 ly lluma, Beretania, Fort
anj chotl ttrects. A native house was destroyed,
situated in the midst of a nest cf gra?. houses. The
fire was prevented from spreading Ly the prompt
manner iu which Mechanic Engine Co., No. 2, got
their stream to bear cn the house. On Monday !
night, at about half past ten, an alarm was s-unded, !
and fire discovered in the coals stored cn Robinson's j
wharf. The engines and hose company threw water
cn tiiC mi-j for au hour or more. This is the third '
time theecoa!s have been cn fire. Oa Tues 1 ty f re- ;
neon, fire was discovered in a kitchen cn the Roc ke
premise?, which was extinguished without sounding
a general alarm. Oa the same evening fire was dis- i
coverel ia the woc l-house on the premises of Mr. !
Gdliek, at Makiki, which was extinguished without j
much difficulty. It is thought to have been the :
work of an incendiary. j
AcciDEiiT. One cf the natives engaged in the Re
finery had his arm badly lacerated cn Friday night
list, by being drawn into enc cf the centrifugal ma
chines. He had charge of the pair, and tad stopped
one, when his attention was diverted by words from
another native, an 1, upon turning back to the work
again, he t.-ok hold cf the one iu motion by mistake.
Launch. On Monday aftemxn the English iron
yacht Then is, was launch il frcm the ways of Messrs.
Daniel Foster co Co , where she had been placed for
the purpose cf chiming her bottot i.
Anothkr Evbtuccake. 1 rom Kau, Hawaii, we
learn another shock had been experienced at that
V1 0Q the n'gbt cf the 'h ict'
I,-Iter from .Maui.
Mai I, June Tth,
Mn. ITi'iTOi: : Your gf.tci.il ?crrt?f viiicrt left
Hilc'.u'.j cu the tvtr-iatnioruh'.e 5th cf June, cc
tc-irl the steamer A'Hu-:-:.:, t f which year re-iJcrs
have hearj Lcfre; aal,: tLc u.Lr .ftheiCis
are " net fxcepted" en the f accusers' tickets, lut
hive to be ui-ctrptel by the traveler, I left an ioipns
sion cf tuvself at Wee-J's gilkry, whic'i 1 was tc-l-J
wad a gJ cne. I note tbid fact Lere, us I vI j i.:t
often leave pc-oJ impressicDs.
Your ff ecial is nut aa eienpt frcm paying trilute
to Neptune, nn J a few- minutts af:tr leaving the
wharf fvunJ him in the enjoyment cf tho.-e elevating
sensations when everything seems rising within one.
Kini realer, J; 1 you ever lay cn the oVck cf a
SanJwich Islands packet, and watch the tapering
i.n-t? as they cut stguit-nts cf circles in the starry I
zenith, and seen. el disposed to cut uo constellations I
without regard to astronomical rules, while old Nep- j
tune was relcntiessiy feeling fur the fried oysters
r ;l 1..1 ir.rir in.?tr i i Inlrro.l tl.rM. f4Ta h?..r. ' j
If ycu have, cever mind the strawberry-mark ;
ycu are my long-lost brother. 1 do net men
t:un the saitf etry u-lacco-saicke that invaded your
ncstrils as you drew breath after that last hoirible
wrench cn 11 that was within you. Ugh ! how
compassionately scn.e old stigcr btnJs over you,
with pipe in mouth, and puffs the sickening vapor at
you as he asks after your general well-being, and
putT advises you to eat pulT something nourish
ing peff again.
The continual thumping under one which dis
turbed my slumbers, I p.resume gave rise to tLat
story which I Leard some time since, that cce division
cf the Honolulu Iron Works was kept on board the
A'H'iuea, and which was probably not so, though I
am witness to the fact that there were a great Laany
castings going on ail night.
I am not of the opinion that the Kilaufa is a very
fast boat. I am toll that the last half-inch that
was cut ott her propelier-bla.les increased her speed,
and I would advise the cutting ctf of another L-alf-inch.
As the Government own largely in her, this
wiil p.rcbably be done as a. on as the Gove i-iruc-nt
ctheials read this, for they pay pi cat regard to any
-urrze-tions that I make; and then again this policy
cf cutting off is a favorite rue of theirs. Cut oiF
pome of the schools, and penple will learn faster, they
think; cut off Bible-reading, and pecp'e will grow
ui'-re moral ; cut down the iiifollieiieo of the Board
of Education, and its work will 1.j tetter done ; cut
down the liberties of the jc. pie, and they will be
come better citizens. In f.ict. cut down anything
but the salaries cf the Government cflnrers, and it
will be for the public advantage. These considera
tions, I presume, arose from the successful arrlica
tion f this principle to the propeller of tlie h'tlauCii,
and I am not sure hut that tl.e idea would be veri
fied by attempting tj gig the p ilpit and press, and
cut dwwu free sp eeuli, which ( uM pre bally make
p erple talk and write ail the faster. A to this propositi-
11, 1 would refer you to y nr I.are correspondent,
(before the C- nventicn,) 44 C. C. H," who, though
differing somewhat from your present correspondent
on some po litical questions, will doubtless aree with
him perfectly on this point.
We reached th? second city of the kingdom at
about eight o'clock A. M., and ycur correspondent is
be ti rid to i:oti.?p f, important a place. Lahaina can
not fvrjet that she w-.s otice th seat of Governmt nr,
and I have always noticed a j-aliusy there of the
metropolis. Since royalty vacated her palaces, she
has not grown in splendor, and commerce, too, teems
to have jiltelj this unfortunate, who, in her early
age, mourns her tbvmer glories. She had c-nce, too,
a full staff of city cfaccis, but I am inform, d that
one individual now combines all these civic digni
taries in his own p.erson.
There are two pug-ir-mills in Lahaina, one a private
enterp rise, of which I heard but little, and the other
a j --.hit stock affair.
It scr-nis that, when Miippel cf her metropolitan
robes, Lahaina farted desperately with the whaling
fleet for a while, but did not succeed in this, owing,
as she declares, to malicious icpoits ciicuiaied hy
her rlvial ; and then, tii'uor of tl.e world without,
she sought to develop something within herself that
should enrich her, and cause her successful rival to
succumb. So she arrayed herself in cane-be! Is of
surpassing beauty and richness, and then endeavored
to pawn her rotes for the wherewithal to turn this
juicy richness into money; but here at last she had
to appeal to her rival to subscribe the necessary
means, and so a committee of her citizens visited the
metropolis, whose citizens generously aided them to
send for their mill, though it was to cast Honolulu
into the sha le. The mill i- there, but alas for hu
man hopes, it is the apple of discerd, and the contest
every seasr n waxes warm between the produ-jer and
the manufacturer. ' The f rm-r lo"ks with pride
upon his waving patch of snirar-cane; and estimates
the tons of richness it contains, and demands fabu
lous sums on the strength c-f his imagined wealth.
The mill-agent c unts up Li- daily expenses, and
cannot comply, and then the thought comes up that
the agt'nt 19 acting under instructions from Hono
lulu, and that it is a p lot to r'lin the prospects cf
poor Lahaina; and so the producer heroically pre
fers death to hi-" cane and povei ty forever, t. tlie en
riching of tl.e Honolulu despotism; and now the dar
ling mill, which fond proprietors and expectant heirs
have watched as it crushed the juicy stalks is said
to be in debt, and I found an impression hore tint
certain merchants in the metropolis, who are looked
upon a-4 ogres arneng mills, ai d who are suppcsel to
swallow rollers f. r breakfast an i digest c-.p per trains
for dinner, were se n to erne and demand their
pound cf fiVfdi; and in this, t o, they tt-e the jeal-cu-y
of Honolulu. Aiaa for thee, Lahaina ! in all
this there is cr.e consolation, and that is that some
thought- do stir the seemir.c stagnation that broods
over thee. A Crown Minister was there when I
landed, which sternc 1 to have nreuc-l sorne cf the
inhabitants who, I am t- ld, are all t flice-Fetkers,
but the background cf dilapidation and l.af-.iisin
wa still there.
Siine of these item-! were gathered upon former
visits, as your correspondent, with! n an hour and a
halfcf his arrival, was in tl.e s iddleprarting from
the door of the hospitable United Statis (Vn-til f .r a
ride over the mountain. Men speak hard e-f the
road that leads over the mountain, and advise trav.
tiers not to take that route; and here, as elsewhere
about the group, men find fault with the Road Su- ,
porvisor, and you are somewhat surprised, after hear- .
ing r.f that individual's neglect of duty, to find him
on the ro i l doing his duty iu th heat and dust.
Believe me, the post cf Road Supervisor is by ro
means a sinecure. But to the miuntain : an er.-y
gallop of an hour and a quarter biirgs you to the
ascending path, nr.d for an hour you are going up,
up, but on a road by no means as bad as rep resented,
and you look down upon
The Maz-J uooii the wm.-r n tl.e tVi j'.,"
and espy the ICiltniea ploughing through the waves .
and struggling against the winds. You can smile as
you think of Neptune avoided, and trot merrily over
the many plateaux, looking cut upon the cloudy
summit of Haleakala. the white-caps in the Bay cf
Kalepolepo to the right an I the 1-ng line of surf off
Kahului to the left, and the waste of sand hills on
the plains below, ever whose nakedciss Mother Na
ture seems dispcred' to draw a grassy covering.
I was three hours and a quarter to Wailuku from
Lahaina, an 1 beat my cov izth)$ du voyage, who
t.drcnd to cinn r.av igritlr n, about an hour.
Marshal O.. of Lahaina, started with m. but,
though tl.e vigor cf the Marshal is unimpaired, his '
horse was not equal to the ccc-isien. and I had to .
part company with him. The Marshal is above the
petty prejudices ef Lahaina, and thinks people have
a riiiht to make mor.ev in Honolulu if they wish to.
By the way, Mr. O. confidentially informel me tint
he is about to write a series, of letters to prominent
journals in California and the Kistern States, on
"things as they is" in these islands. He is to be
liberally pail, and to reserve the right to rubli.-h,
in book form, and is now seeking seme quiet place
to commence the revision and compilation cf his lu
cubrations. As the Marshal inf- rrned me he wa r
latitu linartan, Hizh Cnurch had letter stand aside,
and as to Government ofTsc'ials the Marshal is keep
ing himself pi .-ted in " thine-" generally, lb
wishes t.. engage some c-ne to illustrate hi- book, ami
will give the preference to native talent. I wcul 1
say that I asked leave t3 state these ficts, th peo
ple may be upon their gec-d behavior when t Mar
shal is around.
Your correspondent i- at Wailuku .lust now, but
will s-oou pa.s cn, and will .-end a lc-w rtes from this
thriving place t" your heroic weekly.
lliliu Slult'j' r.-i.lural Ailr---.
iConUiiu i f;vfn .:r :suv . t Ju: '
Oa page C4 it is aistrted that it Vi tctn H.e p I
icy of the Aa;er;?aa rn'.-si- narks " tu unJiini::,.' the
authority cf the eh'.cfs." To bvl.eve thi-, the autln r
uiu;l h.ive vicvitd IIawaihi:i, h'?t ry enly througa
Hopkins" srtct.ichs. L"t hini ak the oil chtfs
whether the .a irit s scught to weaken their au
thority, ir whether they di-1 i.vt rather always incul
cate on their ftopie the doctrine cf ?ubaiis-h-n t .
rightful authority at.d reverence h r law. They knew
well wiio were their fim:es: fritnds when they Were
threatened by treason and s-edith-u ut home, er by
violence from without, fro:a the diys of Captain
Uuckle to those of Cunsal Lllh n. Ay. if we c.u!d
appeal to the sainted spirits cf- lie ap : Ii er Ka.ihu
manu, or Kinau, how ir.diguantly ti.ty wuld re
pudiate the calumny.
liat what the Bishop has in raind seca.o- to be the
destruction cf tLe feudal system, which he evidently
regrets. That system tra iua'.iy yiel Jed to the inl'.u-
i er.ee cf our holy reiigtc-u, just as slavery wa- gtada-
j ally abelished by I'hristianity in Kurere. The mis-
j sion-iiies did nut interfere with the ancient p -litical
; intituti-.ns cf the country. They were cniy tto
scruf olous in abstaining frc m anything like political
j preaching. But tLcy taught the chiefs " to do jus.
j ticc an 1 love mercy," they told them cf the eoa.u.vii
j Brutherhood of man, and the Con.ti.cu FatLerhc.-d cf
Ood, and of a jaiiiietit at which a.l wrings shyald
J le r;?hted. It was the power of the g,s..e!,".-pivad
ing i:Ke leaven tnrougii tne mass, wn:u-:i pio.iucea
this peaceful and beneficent revolution, and which
enabled the p.oor, dowa-truddeu serf to stand up as a
man. The ancient system was incompatible with
their farther p .-jgress in civiliz ttLu or Cht istianity.
The common pf-ple had 44 no rights' which a chief
was bound to resptct " The country was full of
people who were.e;..o, i. e. dlspcs-e-sed of their lauds
at the caprice of a chief. 1'nree Words from a new to
a farmer hon-AiU, " L'u he mo oe," would dispossess a j
thousand UL'.Uendiug people, and send theia houseless !
an 1 homeless to fin 1 jnu'euwukas iu other valleys, j
There was a time wneu tax collectors wnt roun 1 the i
IslanlcfOihu with orders to burn every hamlet where j
the inhabitants were not prompt i:i p-avmeiit, without j
regard to any p.ea cf s.Cnintss or poverty.
This is not sail in a spiiit cf denunciation, or to
reflect upon that noble race of chief-, now almost ex
tinct. Their faults belonged iat!.rto the system
under which they had been brought up, and which
had beeu sanctioiieJ by immemoi lai usage. (Ju the
other hand, few, if any, examples are recorded in
history cf a proud aristocracy wao-, like them, have
voluntarily given up apeiiiin f their hereditary
privileges nr.d lan is ft.r the go-d of their vassiis.
1 fear the time is still far distaut when the English
peasant will own his ktilmu:, and if the French
peasant is letter otf, it has been p-uichased by a
But Bishop Sta.ey d..c-s the missionaries too much
honor in ascribing to them the whrle credit of bring
ing about these ref.rrns. Next to the good King
Eamuiami:!! v III., of Messe 1 memory, history wi.l
hori' i tiie name t William L. L:.k, c!t:rw.-i ef ren
tra'iilc noun a. Let me hot row a picture of the c! Jen
time from his first ad iress to the Royal Hawaiian
Agricultural Society :
44 Until within the last year the Hawaiian hel l his
land as a mere tenant at suUei anoe, sui.jee t. be
dispossessed at any time it miht suit the will or ca
price of his chief or that of his cppitssive lun i. Of
what avail was it to the cenmon porp'e to raise more i
than enough to supply the imme liate wants cf their ;
subsistence ? Won! 1 the surplus belong to them or j
furnish the means of future independence? Far I
from it. It would go to add to'the stores of their j
despotic lords, who claimed an absolute rit;ht in ail !
their property, and who periodically sent forth their !
hordes of limits to scour the country and plunderthe I
people withotit the shadow ot right or mercy. Often i
did these ravagers these land piralit, leave the i
poor mi!:uai)ia mi with little else than his maro, his '
digger and his calabash ! I thank G..-.-1 th vt these I
things are now at an end, and that the p.or Itu.ika j
may now stand on the border of his iitth; taro-p.atch, '
and holding his fee simp-ie p-atrnt in his baud, bid j
defiance to the world ! Yes, I thank God that He i
has moved the hearts of the King and Chiefs of these
Islands U let the oppressed go free."
Kauiehameha I. subdued and united f.-nr distinct
Kingdoms into one, but Kauiehameha III. gave his
peop le a voice in the Lc-gL-inture, titles to their lands
in fee simple, and a constitution. The laws and Cen
stituiion may have been defective, but nowhere in
earth, not ia Tahiti, nor in New Zealand, nor in
South Africa, nor in India, cr America, have differ
ent races lived together in such harmony under a
native Sovereign, and protected by the same laws.
Why is there so little oppression of natives by the
naturally ovti bearing Anglo Six t:, and so little
jealousy felt by the natives towards the white m iti ?
Why are lifeai.d property safer her1 than in an' other
part of th.- world ? The credit is due first to Chris
tianity, and secondly to the liberal constitutional
government under which both races Were generally
happy and contented.
1 he Bishop gives his views at c-nideraLie let. nth
rn the late reactionary revolution, arid on Hawaiian
polities in general. It is vveil. History wtil do jus
tice to the authors and supporters of tnat measure.
In view of 44 the well known incapacity of ecclesiastics
generally for the work of government or legislation,"
it was hardly p ru h-nt for his Lordship to ru-ti so has-
tiiy into I lie pc iitieal arena as a ch-i'iinioti t f the pres
ent Ministry. And ir wiil hardly be consistent f- r
hitn again t o denounc; his 44 professional brethren "
fjr meddling with politics? after setting thtia such ta
The chief and almost the only ria-,n which Bishop
Staley gives to justify the arbitrary subversion of tin?
Constitution of ls-?'J, i the ...litical influence of the
Americ m l'rotest:.i.t mi-siomt ries. At : he same time
they have been blamed by men like .Mr. Dana for not
exerting their intluence mi.vo directly in polities. It
is r.ot many years since Hi" Majesty's Minister cf
Foreign Relations avc it as his opinion that the mis
sionaries ought to he cii-it nm jis'rnU s for their re
spective liis'rht?. In (Jreat Biit-iin it is even
tho.ight necessary that the clergy tshe-uld hold a cer
tain number of st. is iu the Ib-usn i f Lr.rdsi. And
an eminent j re'... to intimately C"nn(-ccd with the !
ilnclt-'h Mission t i these' Islands, by his career as a j
Tory politician, has earned the p op ular oi f.-.vi of j
41 Slippery Sam." !
I'roui purely political quest!-.,-? the Atnfrican m?s-
sionarles have carefully kept alo f. But tin? "heal j
and front of their oflcudiug " under the old l,nsti- I
tution seems to have bcvi their firm op-po-i-h!, tl) tiie j
establishment of distilleries, to the lcu.ova! o:' re- !
striotioiis on the salt? of lhpiors, to the revival of the ,
huluhiila, and ether relics of pazanism, and parti-?- -
ulaily to the ?o-ca'.ic l 44 Act to mitigate," etc. And, j
it seems, it was because their ii.C.ier.ce was exerted so 1
strongly ..gainst the election of men pledged to tiie-e ;
and similar measures that the oi.-:itution of IS'iJ ;
was abolished. B-? it They need r.r-t fear to go I
before the tribunal of public c pinion iu Ilnlaud or i
America with such a case. How a body i f ( nristiau j
ministers could exist in the Country with-ut exo-rting ;
any influence cn such q u stior.s, we leave for the j
Bishop to explain. Both ia Knelaud and in the L'ni- j
ted States ti.o clergy of ai! dem-miu ations have riot i
scrupled to speak out on tiiese gteat moral epaestiou".
The American missionaiies take the same st ,nd j
now that they did when similar measuies were urgel i
by B.ki, Dick Charlton and others, forty yturs ago. i
They rcm--mber too well how fast intempeiance was j
hurrying the nation inf. its crave en their arrival in I
1S20, and they believe that to re-open the l'.oo-l-gates
of this vice would ren J-r c-f no avail ali tiie good that
has been done here, anl sweep the remnar.t of tlie
nation out of existence.
As for the 44 Act to mitigate," etc . will his Lord
ship daie to give to the Christian public of England
the disgusting details of that law, which was in f vet
a law to license prostitution ? Instead cf returning
the lest to their j are-nts, guardians or husbar.ds, it
sent them back ta their dens to ply their inf imous
calling under the protection of the tlovot nment. No
such law cou! 1 be carried through the British Par
liament, or through tiie Legislature of any State .f
the Union, .anl yet men are called 44 illiberal " and
44 sectarian " f:r crnc-sins it here.
No class of per?. :is iiave done
for the 4 sanitary a lv.mcement " e-i" the iltwaiians
than the American missionaries, a;, 1 it is absurd to
ch tige them with
n -t.iity u ti.
( I ;
They hivo- taken
Churches, a:. 1 w
up C. licet: t
insi.iai.oi.s i.i.ug:. ut toe Is. an is. Lat it is Known
to the Trustees of tliat Hospital that there have ben
serious complain's in reg.u 1 to certain deia-.r ali zing
abuts c-.r.necte 1 with it w
j'jrtd its popularity, liie 1
1V0 SeMoUsiV I tl
v 14 t. previ-nt p-irents
lr-m scr.aing their utu'eriters to H.-r.olul l w-is lo t
kiilel by the lower House of the L---g';a aturc. but was
repeatedly laid on the- table in the H ue- ef NobIe.sis
impracticable A -imdir Iiw p-tsv i br the lale
Legislative Assembly- is well kuowti to be practically j
a deid letter. In regard to the allege 1 i:-.co:npt fence ;
c-f the Legislature iinkr the (nstituth.ti if !
r tr. ul 1 i:.,t be fair to comrare it with the British j
nut be fair to compare r. wita
i r - . rt ('..mmiiK i.r th? Amc-riciu Consriss. But
we leave it t any unf reju Jicci .-.tut, m.u.iu
i l . ; .. u ' .
w -is v t a in r
isiiitss like an 1 dl
n.iitu 1 1 J oi in
lb Use rf No'les. Vith all fau.t- it was r-t
value as a cae-cs n iiiCM;iir.,::.i; iu.-.
f tl, tit,ip I nise. and t V HS f . I'fi. ' -. -
k v - V
i:.- c uiir.-.ttves it servea to luip.ess. i-u uv.i.i."""
it''ils their resp uisitilitv and accountability to tru
ptvfle. The late Legis'auve Assembly was a signal
tx iiuiie cf the defects c-f the " L'nkamet al " system.
After all. b weur, the main reason why the Ccu
stituti. n tf 1!2 w a abrogate. 1 may be-.-t be gathered
fn.ru the n:aj.ii;v and minority reports of a l'-ru-mittee
if the lku-e cf Ncblts, male in 12t5'
which f.resiiad. wed all that has since been d.ne.
Tht-v rnav be found m the Po lLi n of Aucust,
1-oL'. This r. pe-rt p.rscti-.-ally denied the right of the
House of Representatives to originate and ccntri 1 all
appreprlations. a right essential to all free govern,
nients, and dencaneed theni iVr prcum:ng to modify
the Badjret cf the Ministry according to common
sense views of economy, with which business men
generally agreed It was the control which the Rep
resentatives uf the people had over the Jlnaucts, and
their fondness for investigating committees, that were
the most it noxious features in the old Constitution.
According y the People's House has been abolished,
and the tii ances placed, as ef old, under the sole con
trol of the Ministry and Nobles.
JTi be Cuutinu&l.
, . .. CI ...... r,i....f
H. Y. LUDINCTON,
l-ifCCKSSOil TO F. S. PRATT .v CO.)
ar. I V i.i irsalo liQ'i-r ::i tlli.es Hil l i.ri'.-.
Mall Liquors, Chariton Wharf. Honolulu. 11. I. 4T-ly
post-off u: 12 :voticf.
S l BSC RIPTltlV T THF. TK.I.K-
e-nii.h i.avii:tr lat:- rir il.wti to so small an
aiauui.t as t. throw i.early the wl.o.e t ureen 1 us:a.L u: ttie
s.itii- on this other-. 1 herehy wish to iriTe n.'tieo th:.t ur.ies-i the
l'ui.l.c will subserii-e- the tie-cesary lunda f.-r tLe future niain-t.-:.ai.ce
i f tJ.e X lekTH h, ils operation will to t!Uccl:liuue4
after the oj:h June, l5i)5.
AUTiiui: i. PKiCKwoon.
eieiier.il iC.-t-OHice, lluiiolala. June 14.
WILL UK CLOSED AliOL'T
The Jirst of July!
4TJ-2t WEKV RltOTHHUS.
TIIK IlOl'sn A.N"I I'lirlMISKS IV
Niinuu V ullt-v. orr.--.i n.l th-t-iii.ie-rl 1 v- tin-un-
iJ Uersiened. The lo; has a frvn of lOS feet on
Nuuanu Street, and rxtei.!- lack IsO feet; it is la oi out
:! I st.-i kr-i with Fruit Trees ia full l-e-jirii.fr, (ritam-titu! lYees,
I l.iiits, t.n.1 S!iru!'t ery. The house contains a Par!t-r, Pinai
Koom, tl.ri.-f lied ltrK-mJ, I'at.try, S'"rf-l:.'ni, Pres-'itij? ami
Clothes K'T-rn. with (Vok-hou-'j atnl i;:i:h-r--ni n.'joir.ii.k.-;
C'arri.ie". S-.alilr- and K.ml-hous-' ir. thr- yar.l; a Try Cell .r. CO
f- t s.niar.-. u:i l-r the main l uilo.i.--. Wat--r la-l on. Aiso, a
I'iin- Doiil.Ir S-iil-l Itoi-I.i, v:iy C:il I'ine uiitl
I I it i-iK -ii. ii r t rica aj piy lo
ITlMiu I. J1AUTLLTT.
A NEW DASIl.WVAY ASSOt'I.t TION Inia
receittlv I ' ' n -riratiir-.l in Ilvr.-lu!u. fo the purpose of
rr.m.-ti:ar TTAh A l'.-TIN KN 'l". HH'M AIL THAT IN
TuXK'AIK?, and fortni'iita li ROT HEllIIOOli whoso spt-cinl
duty it I f to assist iii. mh.-r- , f the Ass-elation who may
in litM -.. or in nee.i of eniI yir.ti.t. an1Jto use nil snlinble
means to aiiai.c- the interest ii;i w.-l;ai e of l!n.:I.er I'aKhnwav s.
This Siei-tv is t.ow in suco f-tul ii-r..:i::. at -1 regular
liftrtiiigs ai-e"l.il LVKltY s)ATl "Uli.VV LVK.MNU, i.t Ti
o'eI.K.k, at the Vestry lh oni of the llethel Chun !., i ij tiin
Street. V e ii.vite A I.I. to come to our uieetirtw-.. l-an. for
yourselves w hat we r-: iluinp. and what He propose to lo. anJ
hand in your u .uit -3 for mvmi'er.-h:;'.
" Men w)i- ilritik fr an j;Iao small,
Mr-n who ria not drink ;.t a!!.
Help ii ! hi I in ! her for cail .'
JOIN TIIK IASIIAVAV." "
Hotif luhi, June 15, 15.
-OTV r -.V 3 !
"i:V C ilF.AM C HKKSi:
Whito- M.ieuruni and Vermicelli
Sjda, Water, Wine and Oystor Crael;ers
I.4-vis, Uiider'.voud's a-:d Cutting's Tomato
Gre'.-n Corn and IV::s in 12 nnd 1 11 tins
California Pilot Hrcnd
India Curry Powder
Iivsli Lobsters ia 2 and 1 Hi tins
Kngjlish Assorted Si-uov-
j Hoxf-f California Herrings
j Fresh Asparagus in 2 lb tins
1 rat?.? Hiilin'.s Sugar Cur.
.ties'i liuekw heat Flour
Ki-.-sli Wheat M-al, (Cnllforni.Li)
Fre-Ii Cranberries, (Orenn)
I Venn Nuts
Assorted Table Fruits, (California)
Littl-j Neck Quad mugs
Sm iko-d S ihiv :i
IVrh f-ayt r liai.-.ins in hlfnn l .jr B-'ixrs
Preserved Fruits in glass
II Lb Tins Prunes
4.J Gallon Keg;s Fre-neii Olivet?
Goldon Gate Kxtra Flour.
ko it sale nr
A. I. r ART WIMfiHT.
PUUNUI OR KAHAUIKI DAIRY i
nEMVHKF.ll TO CI S TO.MF.US IV ANY i
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llooj. Iron for turrets an 1 Legs
lloiler Iron, and 4 inch
U.xl and Hsr Imra.
200 CASES FARRAR'S COAL OIL!
CJuarauteed Ilqual to any in the IInrket.
73 Nests Shipping Trunks
12U Cases Card Matches
400 Coils and Manila Rope.
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Caslcs PILiOT X3XX32-A.II3
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K?d Ta?, Kubbcr Bands
1 Complete Julohoi AVaon
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C. U. Soap, W. Soap
Cases I -anl
CASES WHITE COTTON THKKAD.
Hair Cloth Easy Chnirs
Hair Cloth I'arlor Chairs
Hair Cloth T-te a Te'en
Cane Seat L .tary Librsry Chuir
Cas'-s Cltn-ks. Saws r -A Hers. 4
LarrPU Larv-;, frcruh Urushe-
Ch'-.j-i-ia Trays, Llakiiif l'-ru-he
Beeaax, Fire band, St.ip's r?ide Lights
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H-e IlanJles, II ant's Ax-.-s
Hunt's II .tenet. Shaft
C. ii- r T:k. Lai.t-rii
i?rytl.-s and Snaths
PUnters H h i
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Hor Cottars . ILirr.MS
11 All III' LS SIIOOKS
400 Tairs Blinds, assorted sizes
400 Pairs Window Sash, assorted sizes
400 Doorf . assorted size
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