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JAMES C. ICING & Co.
Sliippin and Commission
FRONT STREET. CORXER J. CKSO.V.
qW SEI.MIKADLKVS fflSTOKV OF THE
M. Kk.HLLLl'-ji ,up:te in ONE fotcoe: ljjptri, TO
itel p!t. portraits, kc. A:. otb-r .Vif az.i
ALL ABLE fKibftcr.ptioa book! and E.'.rrav.nrs.
PACIHC Pt 'ELkHI'i COMPA.VV.
25 il-x.t-cjrry ?cr-t,
lm Saa fruxisco, Cahfn.:.
McCraken, Merrill & Co.,
I'ortla cl, Oregon.
HAVING BEE.V ENGAGED IV OI R PRE
rt.t tis.iir- t'jr cpwari of una jean, ai fc:n
paed is. a ir .r-A? br;r ti.ii.i., we are prep.i receive
ar.l ijj;cr I.iaad ta;,les. tca aj Sarir. Rice. Si r-f. Pia.
CcT?. c-. t advacta. C0-r.z.z2z.ls epe::ai'T :,.i?t:i
for tile O. zx: sarin, to t.eh y.tv.X attention win be pAJ,
J cpoa which casl. advances w.U be ctd when r,.jd-
d,rr fc XUrA-.tATgr, Ju. P.tr.c; A Co .
Frel. Ik. W. T. C-.-Waw Cd..
::ftu, Raker 4 Co.
A 1: eti & Leu. Lai & T-ul. Lr.u.i Grecs..
WA."kr. Alien C , S. SaTii.e.
. a. Atofc:a. J. c. KiitiLi, ;.H k ciacsis.
ALDRICH, MERRILL A. Co..
I'oniiiiissioii Merchants j
20 1 and 20fi Cullfornla Street.
ALSO, AGEM: OF THE
Sail Francisco k Honolulu Packets.
Particviar atactica r.v-a to the a ar.d purchase of str i
ctr.d.e. tl' 6-u--j4, wLaleahlps, becuai.r.j '
eacha::?;. Ate. !
Xr All f.-rrh? trr.-rizz at Saa Fr;oiseo. ry cr to tie Ho J
: .cJ a lice of Packet, wl b forwar Jed rasa or ccuMias'.OM.
XT IicEa-jre on HoK itla bcCeht aci ac!l. JCX
Mw.i. C. I KiCHAiij J Co., Kotiolala
44 II Hicinii 4 Co.
44 O bkivtiC).,
b;n'r x Co...... ........... -
It. B. W.
H'-""-- '-- H. Atxa....................... .........
D C. WTaa;A5, Eo.
" i j
GROWERS OF A XD DEALERS IN'
C20 ?io.Tf:o3ir:RV street,
San Francisco. 437 6m
CUTTIXG- & Co.,
PICKLES, PRESERVES, SAUCES
AND ALL KINDS OF
Ilermeticallr Sealed bleats, Soups, Iih,
Vegetables, Ac, Ac
HAVING ONE OK THE MOST FIX TEN
s.ve ccacci.-t'.rki m tht Ua.Urd ciafra, finr.i with all
Iht Utt ;rr.prr,vnrr,. we are '.rpar-4 to f jrr.i-h evtrjthiny
rqo:ria(f ia our line, arl of a fjuii! ejaal to any in th
All Goods gvaranUtd to kp in any Climate.
Office and Salesroom 202 front St.
MANUFACTORY 21, 23, 25. 2T, 20, 21 Maio
SAN FRANCISCO. 513 Cm
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
TH IT0. llrDMj'i ttT Co
M,r Dasl. Uibb & C...
Mr. Wikih, Allk A: Co
Mr. Jam I. I)iwitt...
..-.VicU.ria, V. I.
DOING IM SINESS AT I3S MONTGOME
RY fcTRhEl", SAN RN.ICU, offrra Ms rvite, to
Ek friers at the ilawai)an li'.anAi, as an
.A. O 1ST T
Frr tranc;lir bujir.Mi, filling nrdr, an 1 frwardirjr any
(lf.ni.li..:i of r'l; anl will execute any cua.niUsiub m
tru.tr.l to him with jj.lrrotr.t Jitid jn ni.tr.r-s.
Hi ch trf wi'.; be tnoaUrU: and j r.rtioned to tKe amount
cf iN-rrice rrn.lTr.. 4M-6m.
C. II. HATHA WAT.
i. r. STONE
3I0KnXv STOXB k CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, ?aa Francisco, Cal
T. S. Illhaway New Btrdforu
Mcrs. T. A. R. Nyr...
" Swift A IVrry "
lirinnrli Mint urn & Co........ ..New York
John M. rt-i Eq.,..................IUun,
Messrs I'trkin Ai taith, .............New Ix.ndon
Daci-.i C. Waterman Honolulu.
Thos. J. IVrLTtRka, IV. M. RrsDCL, II. C. Dowsisc.
JOIMES & BENDIXER!,
SAN I'RANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Wholesale Grocery Auction House !
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Snlrrem. Fireproof Brick Building. Noa.
and '.Ml!l Cnllfornin Street, two dsora
f rotM t'raul,
ALE DAYS Vrt-DATs asb Fk;dat5.
0..HI. TOT CmI A ilfnurr ira.!e in MrnUn
' to o.ir C'.n-i.-ncErr.t f r uf I c r private aif, auJ all
mrcatttile fscilitics rvn.lrr-il cniKtors.
Refrr ty ptrmissi. n to
yievr.C. L- RiCBAkDS i l ..Ilunotala
ti. 1. Jtt'B, fcKJ. ................. ........
Mei-r. lAOtaAT A Co...... ..........San Francisco
Falkskr. Hell K Vo '
Mt'kCAX, ?TO & Co
lnnw, DkWolf a- Co
Hams cr L&itl-u Colcmbia "
CHAS. WOLCOTT ItDOI.-, W. i LADD, SDWAKD T. BALL.JB
CIIAS. W. BROOKS L CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE
OFFICE 51 I Snotiie St., corner Merchant
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Purchasc.Shipment and SaleoPilerchandise ; to For
wardinran l Transhipment of ools ; the Cbarterine and S'e
of Vesscbs the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in saras to suit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Wiiih, Aim if Co .
VuJ. F.Ssow, E3j., "
C. CitCSIK Jt Co.. "
BiBor & C.. "
Thos. rtscmn, Esi., Hdo.
Allmaso 4 Co., Kn?aa.
Jas.Hcxxewell Esj., Boston
Hisrt A. PrmcB Co.
ItlTUR, SW & Co., 4
Pcttoi Co.. New York.
Wm. H. FoO? Jt Co, "
II. Pocu A; Co., Shaoghac.
A LLk jj & La wis,
Portland, Oreg o.
HASTINGS & CO.
C 1 o t li i e i
ORDERS FOR ASY Ayi) ALL
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear!
Will meet with rro::jr:t attention.
SEND VOL'R ME-ail'KEs AND
J. f. eHELI0!f.
ARMSTRONG, SHELDON & CO.
(SfCCESjOfca TO XTHAVIEL Pa'-.z.)
Pioneer Lumber Dealer !
C.MO.V LU3IUER YARD.
Corner (i'nii tzi Vt.'is S:mti, i:l . 14 lVict Slreti
SUGAR PINE, EASTERN PINE. WHITE
ANI ALL KIM'S 0? EUILDING MATERIALS CONSTANT
LY ON HAND. i-ly
JjUHON, GREEN ""RHODES,
Victoria, Vancouver lalaud.
N- B- Par.kruLir a:tttita paid to.cs:gr.ir.-f.t cf Saniwici
Victoria. V. I-. Jar-aary 1. Sv3. 513-1 j
a B. DALLAM. CW.Xk.MZ3. 0. W. ASMKS.
ARHflES $c DALLAIV3,
IMPOKTEUS AND J0EEEP-5 OF
MOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BRUSHES. TWINES. CORDAGE, Jtc.
AND MANUFACTURERS Or"
California Pails, Tubs, Brooms, ice.
217 AND 219 SACRAMENTO STREET.
R:wetrn 1'r.z.x. ar.d Davii,
SAX FRANCISCO. 434 6m
V O LC AN G H O U S E l
Cxater of Ivilaiea !
Til IS ESTAIiLISIIM ENT IS Nor frr
cptn f,r the rrc-vf-i .n of " JJL
Visitors to the Volcano !
Who may rt!y or. CaiJiL?
COMFORTABLE ROOMS. A GOOD TABLE
AND PROMPT ATTENDANCE.
Experienced Gulden for the Crater always in
Steam and Sulphur Iiaths.
ILtrscs Slcll'.d and Grained if d'.sirrd.
Parties Tiitinij the Vclcar.o v: H:!o cm r'Core anirr.'tls
wirrnteJ to uiake the jjurcty, by aj.pljiii Vi D. 11. Hitch
cock. E'r., ILio.
511-m J. L. RICHARDSON" k Co.
FRESH GAUDM SEEDS,
FRESH GARDEN seeds.
JUST RECEIVED BY STEAMER AJAX
and for ile by Hit- un.ifrrsijri.t'l an aortca:nl of
FRESH VEGETABLE GARDEN SEEDS !
Of the crowth cf 155 an.! rti.n! in California at the w:i
known Norrry Oarlt-n of D. L. Pirkin. OakUn.l. Califr.rnia.
Thfe ils are warranted fresh au-1 sure to grra.ii.ate. They
ar as f.l'.ows. iz :
A(araras, Artichokf, PurnpL-.n, a?t.
Brt, as-t. Calba?es, at. K.ul:;.h. Wuk scarlet,
Reans, a-UJ. poie an.l ttrin;.'-, Ral:ih, scarlet turnip roots;
Rryr.i. Carn ti. Ratl.sh. wliiie turr.iji rtKj'.s;
Cau:i3 jw r, Celery, Corn Seet, Spinach, S iiatie.
Cucuiu-r, asst. E?g pi.nt, Turni.. asu T' rnato, a.SiU
L-k. L ttuce, as-t. Er..liv;, MurtarJ ami Cre?s,
Mak in-'.oti r.utme. SV.-ify r v-:-tal.l oyster,
Mnk m-I-n pine spple, Scotch Kak-, Kohlrabi,
atrr celon. Onions, tist. Tobacco, pure Virginia;
Parsley, extra curkil; Saee, Thy w. Summer savory,
Parsnip, Peas, a-t. I'et per. Sweet majorain,
Horse radish. whi;e root;
An.1 lo fact every variety of Ve;rtal!e Pe.!. Sjcial OrJers
fr.r S.ls, Trees an'l Ro-.ts torwarlej to San Francesco.
The uriil-r-itii-ed woull a:- offer his services in the making jp
Of Trad'S.'iun's Hooks and Accounts,
With neatnes", correftne anJ ilipat.-h. an 1 on exree.!irp!y
moderate terms. P:ea nj ply st the OfSce of S. H. 1i.jiit,
y.'l-, if t'p stairs at the P.kk k P.riLllS'i. late John II. V.VkxI's
Shoe Srore, corner f Fort aud Merchant Streets, oi incite
Dr. Ford s.
II . FOSBilOOKE.
P. S. An assortment of GROC 111 ES. TOBACC O and
numerous other articles at kw prices hs at ove. itli-Cia
3IAWAI5AA lMCIiiI I.I.Vi
SAN FRANClSCro, CAM FORMA.
FIRST CLASS CLIPPER PACKETS
in this line will t dispatched regularly fur the
liawe superior cabin and st?erac acomtnoilations fitted
op expressly for the cnifort aiid envenience oi paencers.
Passengers and freight taken at the lox-.-t current rales.
WALKER, ALLEN L Co.
Asontu of the Iino
Messrs. CHAS. W. EKXKS k Co.. San Francisco.
521 ly McCKAKEN. M Kit RILL 4- Co., Portland.
Confectioner and Pastry Cook!
Next Door to Cattle ,3k: Cooke,
r1 A K ES
T II K
I N K O R M I N G
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu
That he has enlarged his Confectionery eitabiiihu-ent, where
he wiil be able to furnish the
Very Best Confectionery
It being manufactured on the premises, ami not adulterated
as most imported Candies. In connection with this he has
cpem-d a first class
REFRESHMENT SALOON I
Vhee ls patrons may obuin anyth i::p in the Refreshment
line, such as
HAM AM) EGGS,
PASTRV OF ALL KINDS!
Besi l?s the
Delicacies of tlie Season!
Of which he wiil hatr- abundance.
Separate Rooms uill be fumiihel tu th oe uho u.a
Fcr the A4ver:.r
Tb ixhw cc tbr aacict nxk
Wcrk tLc-r wee wTi to grow;
Ihey enTy cct the !or1!j flocks
Of oaks azJ e;n:s vtey ko.
Wit scriet thfrries y;-i tieir j-i ce
Fr S:i.at.t fiy. aaJ birJ,
That, tluihicg, re tie haitble ae
Vi bich rre ceit taCi prtferreJ !
Nc-r nsitr ap'. n .e yirJs cf eanb,
N :r wirl.g grrtts ta drcps,
Nir aor lesser plane cf wortb
Rey fir p rvt: step.
To k: the Xo, to praise the Vet :
To VeaTe the dead the dead :
All le4 wircity wste fj-jre: :
Ttcs aU are fed with Breai.
?cc:a:a, May liCi. Gsx.: R. Fowes-i.
CcrrespcDdetce cf the P. C. Advertiser,
The Board or Cdiicntiou and
Ma. Lx'iTCK: ly attetiioa has jast teen ca'.Iei to
a recent cumber cf the Hjicziiiin Gazette, ccctaia
an allusion by Mr. Fcruanier to the Ji'ctijyjka
sebcel, in this d.ttrict.
The iaipresiicn c'earlj cccvejeJ bv the reference
is that, under p revicus Protestant aiajiaistraticn cf
the schc-ol fund, Pwsan Cathoiica itre Jeciei their
ILw a public cfiScer, cccupyir so impcrtant a
situation as dees the aboTe ciniei gentleman, and
l;uilj professing withal to administer his trust cn a
r.on-itctarijn tasis, can sit cLwn and write with
such p-erfect abandon cf the recent past, is, to
these wlg knew the ficts, not a little surprising.
Pcssillj, however, it day te ia sheer ignorance cf
important data connected with his own department.
Whichever hern cf the dilemma is chesen, the case
is against birn; for, holdicg an cface which eschews
all partisan discrimination between rel'gicus sects,
he has no right to abuse his trust ty cjflci-xlly slan
dering Protestants and Protestantism. Nor, if he
i; unacquainted with transactions which he p amies,
with so evident a relish before the public, is at all to
Lis honor, that he pretends to be so.
In the matter cf the .Vuu school, referred to in
connection with that cf lVaiapuka and ethers, 44 S.
K. U." Las already expose I the gross misrepresenta
tion. And it is to be taken tr granted that the
' same eld habitual hostility to Protestants has colored
j cr create J the assertions an d insinuations relative to
! the ether scaocls referred to.
The truth is, the School Inspector General is euf
1 fering from a chronic AUssiouary photia. It has
been up-on him for many years, and the case is so
: far gone as tu be beyond hope. The disease appears
i in all the gentleman's cScial doings, and nothing
j apparently atfords him so hearty a pleasure as the
) opportunity cf frequent Quixotic fliDgs at Mission
; aries, pist, present and to come.
' Whatever of evil, real or fancied, has existed in
. these Islands during the pust forty-five years has, in
: some way, teen chargabie to Missionary account-
No matter whether it is the disuse of nude, promii.
; cuovs turf bathin?, or the a andoiment of ihul rilest
: of heathen orgia. the hula, cr the sterility of ll'ai
' kiki plains, it ail cornes to the same thing, and is
charged believe it who can! by the gentleman's
purty, upvn 44 the Missionaries " It i, therefore,
; perfectly in his line a thing which fully accords
with his antecedents to put to the account of 44 the
; narrowness and bigotry of the Missionaries," what
. ever exceptions or inequalities may have existed in
the former alministraiiou of the school fund, without
ever so much as designing to inquire into the facts.
No matter if the gentleman's teeth do suffer some
what in this file gnawing, it is doubtless a vast com
; fort to himself and to those who have selected him
I for the business he is prosecuting, that 44 the Mis
! tionaries " are maligned; and not less comforting
: that it is done 44 By Authority." It is necessiry
i for us thus to understand men, that our wits may
j not be puzzled in making out how it is that a cham-
pknihip fur Human or Reformed Catholics, as against
I Protestantism, is perfectly consistent with piolessed
' 44 nou sect-rianism."
At to 44 the Missionaries " it is no pirt cf my
purpose to set myself forth as their champion, having
bad no call to so honorable an office. It time does ,
not do them the justice they seek, let them go under.
: I presume they are satisfied to abide the is-ue.
Meantime, regarding ll'aiapuka school, I have a
word to say for 1 wish to piuce the facts in the case
before the public, as well ns to sy a tew things be- :
! sides, which they ought to know. '
Twice, if not three times, the Roman Catholic
schools of this district were, by the priests, brought
to the notice of the French Diplomatic Agents in
Honolulu. It Wiis alleged by them that their two
schools had been unfairly broken up, by the action
and influence of the Missionary, although at that
time the Missionary bad no iegl connection with the
public schools, and when the President of the Iioard
of Education sent me a copy of the formal complaint
and requested a statement of the facts so f.ir as I '
knew them, I declined making any such, knowing
that no testimony wh oever from a Protest tat Mis
tionary would be received as satisfactory by the com
plainants, for, under similar circumstances, it had
been previously rejected m unreliable. I therefore
suggested to Mr. Armstrong to visit the district, and '.
in person examine and settle, if he wished, the mat- .
ter in dispute. He did so.
In a ccnierence between Mr. Armstrong and the
Komau Catholic priest, wh:ca occupied nearly a
whole day, the difficulty was finally adjusted, by
yielding everything that the priests demanded. And
tnru that day to this, so far as I aru aware, nt a
single complaint has ever been made officially, by the
Papists cf this district, that in the matter ot schools
they were not fairly dealt with. As a simple ques
tion cf fact, they were dealt "vith far ore honorably
than the present Board of Illuc.ition are now wiiiiug
to deal with the Protectant parents of the district.
But to look at the terms of the aforesaid settle
ment, lhe schools were national schools at the
time, and ample legal provision was made for the
protection of the different clnsses of pupils in their
religious leaning, aud whatever the present School
Inspector Genera) may say to the contrary, I know
that those provisions were honorably carried cut in
The priests, however, insisted that their children
should not attend the Government schools; and it
was proposed, as the readiest way to relieve the
point at issue, that the Roman Catholics should have ;
a separate school of their own, and moreover that '
the Gjvernment should return the school tax of as j
many parents as wished to unite in eaid school, to- ;
wards its support. This the priests accepted as sat- ;
The candidate brought forward as a candidate for !
the trachership could not pass the minimum test, f
prescribed by law. Nevertheless, the point was
yielded an 1 the school went into operation. It was !
not lori2, however, owing to various causes which j
concerned nobody but Papists themselves, ere the
school died cut, aud for some time the money was
not drawn for it, as provided. The teacher left, and !
the school ceased to exist, even nominally, for a con- '
tiderable time. Yet none of the children were ever ;
coerced at any time, as they legtlly mizht have been, j
to attend any Government school. These are the j
facts, and I am particularly thankful that they do ;
not depend upon 44 Missionary " authority for cor-
And now, perhaps, the Inspector General can re- !
ply to his own inquiries, if he will, and tell us (as i
he micht easily hive d r.e bfr r. had he been as careful to I
search the archives of his office, as he was eaer to pr:pnca:e j
ofScial s.amitrs of Prulcrtaiil?) ho it came to pas lh.it the
H it ipuia fchjol was left out in the C'-ld. Or, if he feels ia- j
disposed to reply, let me volunteer the service, and aure 1
th.t it was because, although a oiaii minor. ty, the Papists ;
w.-re r.ut willing to uiiile, with Pro'-esttuts in auy cotuiuou i
sell.. I. '
And now I should like to take tr.y turn f.r a ni"iuecit in aki:!
qje-ii'in. Is the pies-.-nt Ref rn.ed and Roman Catholic Board
of iidura'.iuu iriMrl to deal as hoD-Tibiy with protectant pi- I
rents, as the f rier Pr.:e:i:.l lizard ilea. I i:h Roman Catr.o- ,
lie parents f Till they are, fi r very shame's ? ike, let their j
cirp;iiir at I'rtetint sh .rt-con.i:,gs, wh:itev-r they deem
thenj to have een, ce.-ise.
It was t- pet a reply Im this inquiry that the parenis of one
of our school d iricts, c-n.psed whoiiy of Protestant, sent an
atn; recently to the School Inspector General. Thty.hoiv
titt,got nothing of the sort. A?ain. suppt-sirj: that all that
a charged fig-i.utt a Prctestant administration of the public
J .-J.ool ir.:er-M wr true: u at if ny uorif our er.cxj. .e
t.'m-rlT. ;-s be r j 1.1 ze th,riit is D'. ( T I Refnr.e l ar.d
! Kotaaa Cats- he board t- do the same thu.es an the st.il
; m :re - lii-eral ar.d i(t :el ?" If I fa.l to e it
' TJrjr ir.quiries cia t-e a:.ser;d wtia a better race whes
I the Protestant parents of lialawa, UapaU and N.J.ii, who
; dec;d.-Jiv irjec: i j a wholesale tranf-fer to Pil:sh teachers and
' ctScUl ("rr sr' v.xa, shad be ah -.wed to r r.-a:i.ie ch.'l vf their
'. own aud rv.a. i it.- .r i-..-.l S' hl t- x as a:d f support.
T;.er- : s tr.Pth.Uit :i.exj ressti iy (Urrie, I l...d -n.-: s.ii S
i c.t.tn, ; t .b'e. m j i-iiii.f ot a Call's qilviiS. i t ,-j"i C
.;? sc:.uH.i peeler Grr.era'.. Lcai Ac:.! o i acl.ir, e. .
j f.-xa lie; C.iiirch l.e ri-i:s." The above is uiir .' the i..a;.v
j v. cn cces .a ir. Fcrt'.a.itr"s art.cle rei'eried lo, ..icl. !.; u.t -1
ii.:r.-.5ira:i .o i f oice helps v-ry s dca:it'. to i alratc A.
! lr;tf j:;..:a:s of tt.i s.rl. A :.Ui:d f the
? irct.tcia h.Ci?e.f l. '.i Hie that whru a wr su.taolc Uia.i a
ared f.-r a Certain oice at h. Ji I he itj.) s, r.
C- djbl, t:.e i er a .u.J do we.l, ti.l iheu he .s a ru i.d it
1 the i.i-.;c-ary i" And hu. a.io. ciun il to p.a l! al, a a
r.e. :!ic tt-eits i. f Miiatcr.artes. ot those uj Ut thttn tti trt
ill i-unf. have tn selected tJ d.rect the pub.:C rJucational
atTa.rj. iri ta li.e B iri of hducai.iii dou to 1-cal school
iur.as ? There are exceptions, but tl.ry are " acrytian U l.'s
a tntjninj " Ard was it KtCtsswy tvi Uvavc the new school
svs.csi utn rpaciieJ f. r s x, etcht a::a even tea rc-nth cr was
; il t-eCiC- .trt::,: Pri testsnis. who were sutta'cle cn i ther c-c-utit.
w ere yet not lire; t.it-it because they were "friends of
; li-e M.-sionary." and others alio were net "friends of the M;s
s.orary " t au to le sought for at :reai expeuse t l.iv.e a: d
lih..r? Thcrv arv s. iue car:-us facts iti t:.;s ccimev'tion that
' Uc:e :il nvtai. lhe thti.g is patent nc-, however, to ail
ey e. Pr. te?ta::t the "friends of lhe Missionary a:if n J
te u-ron; cl-rch.
Ac.tia. t..e pareats of Hal iwa and Hae::: Pn testattl with
scaictly sa exception l cma t now remember any exception"
pt.tiottrj the board cf tiducation, thrvuh the Scbcxd Inspector
Ge: era!, u r aid ia bail.tii. scaood houses one -0 by oO feet,
wtth a school cf at-ca: fifty pupi.s. a::d the other 16 by 21 feel
for a sc-.aiier school. One kundrtJ ifjijrs wss the utmost
. fartho.c they could obtain. In his pu hstuJ letter to Mr. 1W
etster. ik.e Romish priest, the Inspector General promises him
ci( k-j.y tie cost of a school Lose. Protestacts. yoa perceive,
c.'ffr.Jf'e u'on:j church.
i nce c.re. cur r.eich'oor. the Roman Catholic priest, is J
gifted with the faculty of seeiri: farther into cur educational j
future than ;s the iYot-.stst.t M ssiot ary. The people ir. Siulii j
say that he l as ictirme! them repeatedly that Mr Pcytst ,
ttc.c(Ts art to rtpiact Prntatmt.i in several schools attl-
oiif a Pa: tst f uyii. Ar. I u e (zyfct to ste the programme
cjrritJfut: tut net tiU th- ijfts hue btn to tie " Sis- J
ti $' school." end yut in the ti ay to ctttnd tht riyht church. (
ALd no, 2s h.s cwn pc pie toy. the san.e priest has de- i
cioea that the mi st suevtsstu! teacf.er in the d. strict shall
be custfd. becau-e. t?r.th he cnncc: see it his omy. in obe
'.terce lo the riesl's directions. i ft arv.n. to drive out fre m
his school the- ch.ldren cf Protestant parents which the Inspec
tor General had pledged to the priest, and force them to attend
a Popish school acainst lhe detr-imination t f their parents '. We
wait. aisc, to see this done, lhe priest has p-toved himself a
true pr p .et. He itsits the riykt church.
The case it Melale aiso is instructive ia this connection. His
case, is referred to ia the Inspector General's letter to the priest
(?ee Gazette ) M .lale is a teacher in Il.tniakua. The facts in
the case. hS Seen from the teacher's stand point, are these : lie
taught a su.a:i sabbath school, i:i Compliance w ith the wishes
of Iher rueuts: Among those who &ttcn led were several chil
dren o. Po; .sh parents. The priest ir.srted that Molale should
drue these chiid'tn away from the Sat't i'h school. As he
did Dot think it hts duty to drive any one away who chise to
Come, he was threatened by the priest with being p. ported at
kradquarters and eustel from his place. The report to head
quarters w.is r.;ad-, aud received apparently as conclusive
hlie the poor lei.cher lakes the cons.-queijCes ia an ominous
warning, without the cheap i riviiege f refellinir the slander
ous .ic-ustioii. He limits the uronj church obiiuus'.y.
I r .m two teachers in llamakua 1 leara that lhe priest goes
into their schools, examines lhe pupils, jr. ves authoritative di
recti -cs as to t.'.e teacher's d-portmei.t. ar.d all as cue who
ir,, us thf ground upon uhich he is treadiny. And when
inquired i f as to the warrant 1 r his singular proceedings, he
tolis them that it ii olciil ar. lwiil be reported according 'y ;
and that if they disobey his orders they wi.l be dismissed from
similar statements reach us from various other districts od
the Isihiidi, and. n twitl.stat.d.r.g the assertion of the Inspect. .r
General that this styie of - non sectarian" school? works well,
I know pos tive'.y that it iloes not work Wt il. And if that gen
tleman or the Iioard of Education des.res lo know honestly how
the plan really is Working, they have only to oen their doors
to p-. til. oris, with the s.ipb'.est hiui that tbe petition will be
listened to. Put this is not d- ne, nor wiil it be, so long as peo
I le do not go to the rinht ci.urih.
"There is something inexpressibly puerile. I had almost said
cniiteinptii le. in judg'n of a man's qoaliflcatioc f r public
cSice fschi-.l Inspector General, LjCal Agent or teacher, e. g
frin the church he visits."
P.-sslb y to Some inihos the Iove annotations will throw a
ray of iiht upo-u the quotation now repeated. I mistake if
thev do not. . is.
Kohala, Mar S, 1S66.
OQME AND SEE WM
13V OR NIGHT.
('XI)EKSIf.XED HEfiS LEAVE -js.
.unce to the pu?.lic an.l citizens of llono- iji
luI'J, and visitors tteueraily, that he has opened in."
A FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT !
adjoining the well-known and old estal lished
INTERNATIONAL. HOTEL ami HOARD
where clar,iines., pohteness and attention are the prevailing
order, and the w-nt3 of his s-veral friends wiil bestu li-d and
E-jppliel iu every po ssible shupe. Give a call, and ju.ijre fr
I! .vir.j en.T-'f-d pirties who have h'ld many years exp-rteoce
in this brar.eh ' business, the K-stuUrinl w.ll he carried on v
a fir superior style to any of the bind in H jnolubi ; an 1 we
n ay add. th .t ev.-ry v.iri.-ty of f-ata'.!es and a l the ii-lica ?ies
the m irk-t alT-rds will Le furnishe:.!. The fiicilit'1 s and Cor.ve-rir.c.-s
are f that na'ure. not a st .ne unturned will bj defi
cient to supply an 1 satisfy the wants of the inner mi.n.
The premises are we.l kn-jwn t j be admirably adapted to the
br.ii.. s. and many a pleasant hour may b; spent under the
evvr.r.-cn shady boxer.
A shire of p-itronae is particularly solicited.
X. U. An abundant cupply of all the late papers and pam
phlets always on innd.
iiiil of fare, with prices hfaxed.
Ty Also loO rooms to let, by the week, month or vear.
li 2m M. J. I lus 11. Proprietor.
BUTCHER KNIVES. JACK KNIVES,
Table Ki.ives and Forks, Pocket Kr.ie?,
boiss .rs. Saw Kile". IVrcussi n Cups,
P'.uble I; irr-1 Kowlintr I'n.ces. Io Chains,
Shot, French Niils. Lead Pipe, l eri. ir.ir Wire, tt--.
519 2:n At Ml IXIlhiiSfi lo.'s.
BEST OOI.ONR TEA.
Pref-'-rve I (iiinter in j irs. Curt.ints in glass jars,
Raisins i:i r'a-s j ;rs. Salad Oil,
Trip!- Vir."i.'.r in deniij .hns.
Wine Virepr in cases, Stearin Candles.
Vlirumarln. CI..Tmiiu Ci?ars.
At MELCHERS r Co.'s.
FRENCH CLARET INCASES.
French Ciaret in-den ij' hn?,
Burgun !y Win, in c is a, IPk Wln.
l'ale Sherrv in woo, I and l ttio-d,
Genuine Heidsick CLanipagtie. in q'iart and pints.
13 2:n At MELCHERS . Co.
3 O lJALE
LACK ANHBLl'E BROADCLOTH,
iliok'-ry Mrit-s. Berlin Woo!
Cl.erk' d Cott.-n, Pat.t.'tl.-jn SfcfT.
Turkey Bed and Yellow Prints,
Silk Barege, Black S Ik Velvet,
Bluck Silk Hat Ribbons.
P.i. it.-! 1 L ri.-n. Bantir.?.
Si'k Velvet Ribbon, H .ok and c.'ored:
C t.n I'rid.-rshirt. Drtiiin Fr-cks an I Trowers.
' ottori Th" a I i.i bni's. W. rsted L'i?ti"s.'.
S ik L "nder-h.rts W nren Hlanket. Woolen Cn.f rters
oii t's Br"n ."'tt'.n S-cks. Dundee Hen.p Canvass,
Burlap: . ttc, etc.
513 2m At MELCHERS & Co. ?.
FIB SKi CIMICfiLS.
DR. W. H. RICHARDS
O BEGS TO ANNOl'NCE TO III4 FRIENDS
H-id ibe Public th-it be ba p.ir.has-d the Bruir St. re
il 'r n I'r S. V. F-.r.t. ?:tuat.-d at the c. rner of K rt and
Merchant Street, an i ! state that it will 1k bis endeavor
to snj piy them with
Genuine Drugs, Pure Chemicals,
A'fd th- h'st ,? srrijtti'nt i-r t-r-r' ii't'c - C'..,:.- t:d
r:, the ti-'hU.
TT PIlF.SrRH'TIONS will b- carefully .-.nl accu
rately d:-p-f.-"d N L T w.th medicin- of the purest quality.
MF.IHCIXK CHESTS tv? Bil.-l an I r-' pl-ish'd
with di-p'tch. hi. 1 at rr.'l. nt" rat- .
M.ISTUKSoI V ESSE I.S mill MERCHANTS
will S;, 1 it t j th-. ir advantage t. cad at th. office and l-;ave
thi-ir t lers.
N. B Ir. S. P. TOKO stiil attends th-Office at his
u ia! h .urs t a-si-t th- rqairing m. dicat help arid advi.v.
H.n. iuiu, April 15. l-j-jd. 516 Cm
M which is n -vv ia fu I
sar ply f vnr."u
E S T A B L I s II M E N T.
peration, has constantly cn hand a
KINDS OF SPIRITS
M ri!ific i"r-.d from th" nr-t mat-rtils. and cjarar 'e.1 t T-fr.-tiy
f-ee from all manner of H-la.teratin. ar.d .f a riuality
eqa.il. a -tr-rcth hiw'her, and at J ri.v Ml'CH LOWER
than is UMiii'ly demur, bd bere. n:a !e up in rarVuires an t ruart-tit:-
s. to -i it cut m-r. either f r 1 m- c-nsutrp'ton or export.
A fair an I u:.pr-j 1 ii v i tr: l is r--s; vtfu'ly solicited: and it is
c-.nfi -l-ntiy .n: -i -i- i that th-s- r-,:ty d.'t.e-tic nsanaf-t:irt.
tr.-i I- esclu-ively fr tn th.- pr dcrts ,-f th-se Island, will d--s-rve
-m l :r-: a d-eide I pr-f-r-nee fr jm a ..iscernim public.
Or i r will tr received at the Works. r in. the Pot Office, P,..,x
61. i- 1 fha:! be pr. m; tir af.er.l d to.
-I- Cm ' T. W. WARREN.
FRESH SUPPLY. BOUND
and convenient stvle. For sle l j
not hi. sTREirr. iioxoluli'.
aAM'I. A. I.OLLK.'l KrKS TO INFORM
hi p.trn t'-.at he --!!.! lives."1 and continues to provide
.)lll l.lVI.Vi; f-r h c;it niers.
Hoard by the Day or Week, and Single Meals
.4.7 tht D'.'iciscitf fid Luiurits of the market
Provided and svrved up in the best style.
l. slging Riv.ms on the prT.uise,
ccmfoitably sitasted and
O 13 IZ 1 A"V 12 lt aSc Co..
HAVE ON HAND
And For Sale at Low Eates !
AGLE PLOWS, No. 2, 12, 20, 7C;
HORSE TLOWS, Eagle A, Eagle O, Eagle U.
SIPE HIIL PLOWs. A No. 2, A No. 3. A No. 4;
STEEL PLOWS, U. G. 3: X 1, X i U. G.
Kxtra Teeth for above Pattern.
PLOWS, with and without W. & C.
STEEL REVERSIBLE TEETH,
SPARE TEETH FOR DITTO.
STEEL, IRON AND WOODEN TOOTH RAKES.
BCSII AND GRASS SCYTHES AND SNATHES.
Hay Cutters, No. 2, No. 3, No. 4
IX ti y Cutters
! Very large with pully anil balance wheel
: For Cutting Sorghum Cane Tops, &zc. &c.
OX YOKES, various eizes.
OX BOWS, assorted" sizes.
CANE KNIVES. COLLARS ani HARNESS,
PLANTER'S HOES, assorteJ sizes.
LEATHER IJELTING. 3, 4, an 1 5 inches.
RULSHER BELTING, 3, 2i. 4 4 5 inches; 2, 3 & 4 p!y
And a Variety of Smaller Articles.
G. BREWER & CO.!
OFFER FOR SALE
U L" R LA P IJ A G S, fr Coffee Bags.
2CO CA!?ES COAL OIL.
Sugar and Molasses Containers. ;
AND S Gall. PINE SII OOKS. clean and brigh
14 GALL. P.Vf SHOOKS, clean and brUht;
14 GALL. CHEST.WT SHOOKS, clean bright; t
31 GALL. PIXE SHOOKS,
31 GALL. CHEST.WT SHOOKS.
PINE BOX ES in Shooks, to hold about 250 lbs. j
RED O AK, 40 gall, chooks, f ir Molassts or Syrup. i
For sale by
C. BREWER ir Co.
JtrrOR SALE HI'
IT 52) 6t
C. BREWER & Co.
IIO RS L POWERS
TWO HORSE POWER .MACHINES.
THRESHERS and CLE A ERS FOR li'H EAT.
FA. MILLS FOR RICE OR COFFEE.
For Sale by
62Q-3q C. BREWER 4 Co.
OQQ jViV COOI"K,ls' 7 FEET BY
PRICi;, S433 EACH.
For Sale by
C. BREWER Co.
Louisiana cam: k.mves,
With Extra fcteel Backs.
OR SALE BY
C. BREWER ir Co.
UT TA BB-:25CH.V HOSE.
f PLY 1-2 I N C II HOSE,
Jtm 3 ply i inch 1L.S-,
3 ply 1 iuch Hose, 3 ply 1 inch Hose.
C. I'TT.V PERCIIA PACKINC;
I, S-16, , ar. J g inch.
For Sale by
C. BREWER 4: Co.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
'JMI at invalcablf:. durable, flex
ml i j!e. preserviiit', !.r.ti c .rrosive
?l i: T A L L I C I A I N T
Fr.r Coolers. Boiiers. R.v.fs. Steam Engims, Cast Plows, House
Ferc-s, Schooners, Steamers,
AM ALL OTHER IRON or WOODWORK.
For Sal-! t V
C. BREWER & Co.
Iil'NfJS AND STOPPERS
i, J, l.J, anl I4 inch.
FOR PROVISION AND MOLASSES BARRELS,
F.r s-ale by
'.f m C. BREWER ir Co.
i and i inch.
C. BREWER & Co.
FELT II ATS
For Sal-.- by
C. BREWER At Co.
1; 3 u n a t : s a i a i : s .
A .MOREof lhe WILLI A MS & OR-
pl !. inexpensive, simple and effective
s l:YIN MACHINES
Will do any kind of work, str.-rg siic!
out of ord-r.
and not liable to get
JL r ico $ 3 o .
515-3m F.,rS,ileby C. BREWER & Co.
Ilfuvy White, Scarkt and Blue Blankets.
74 anl 'J2 inches.
EOR SALE BY
51d " C. BREWER & Co.
For Sugar Boilers
.tlt II A ROME 1 ERS,
4 FEET METAL THERMOMETERS.
F r Sale ly
' C. BREWER At Co.
IM' .M PS
OPI'ER SINK PUMPS.
-: n Well Pumr..
C. BREWER Jc Co.
For tale bv
The l ine schooner
tJ lilcLiy Ellen!
J. WKsT, Master.
Runs regularly to the aNjve r-rt. For freight or pastar.
apply to the Captain on boar 1 or ta "e,
515 6m C. PP.EWKR A: Co., Agu.
PHILLIPS. Ma.,.r J S
m:t run regularly for the above port. For freieht or raw,.
gn C. BREWER 4 Co.. apents.
FOR Hl.Vh KAITO AND 3HLIK0.
Will run regularly. For freight or passage apply to
n om c. BREWER i Co.
Eegular Packet for
Lahaina and lYIakee's Landing.
The Fine Staunch Clipper Schooner
Wiil run regularly and punctunlly on the above route,
freight or passage app'y to the Master a board, or to
54 6m C. BREWER & Co., genu
Wilt run regular and with Quick Dispatch,
Between Honolulu and Kahului.
Shippers and paseni;ers caa rely cn the regularity of these
Vessels. Apply to i '
499-6in JAS. M. GREEN, agent.
FOR HILO !
Will run as a regular packet bj the a!ove port. For freight or
pa?saire pp!y to WALKER, ALLEN At To..
FOXt HILO !
Wiil run as a regular packet to the above port. For freight cr
passage apply to WALKER, ALLEN V Co
51 3m Agenu.
For LAHAINA and 31 A A LA EA LUY!
Will run as a regular packet to the shove port. For freight or
passage apply to WALKER, ALLEN 4 Co..
FOE KOLOA !
in run as a regular packet to th- ahove port. For freight or
passage apply to WALKER, ALLEN At CO..
513 3m Agents.
Will run as a reeular pr.eket to the ahove port. For freight or
pa-sage apply to WALKER, ALLEN At CO.,
51 0 3m Agents.
Hawaiian ?Steam mid
GENERAL INTER-ISLAND NAV. GO.
The Fine Schooner
Will Siil for KOLOA an! WAIJICA, Kauai.
The Fine Schooner
S. 113 e r xi i,
CLARK, Master. 17
160 Tons Regi-ter, will run regularly
FOR K AWA I II A K A N I) K O ' A !
The Clipper Scho-oner
Will run as a regular packet to
Ijahaina and Maalaca Bay.
For particulars apply to
Capt. THANK MOLTENO,
Or JANION. GREEN At Co.,
519 3rn Agpnta H. S. and fi. I. I. N. Co.
jioaolili scgm mKmY
OUOAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
establisncient for sale in quantities to suit purchaer ny
WALKER. ALLEN A: CO.
American Gi-oeiiljnclcss I
wiil be paid bv
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
II. M. WHITNEV.
51 H l -.n
; IS PL'BLISIIEO
j Every Satui'day Morniiiir.
j City nuri I.Iaml Snb.ri iptiu.i,, (J.O( n Year.
1 The uv.cription price fr prs f .rwanled to any part or Ame
rica is S.0O per annum, which includes the American and H 1
wman p..s:HL'es. A 11 paper. fr r.umpenn r-.rtji will be charged
the potace dernan led at the post-office, wLtca varies from 4 to
a oiru-.s 'ii eacn s.iiie p ip-r.
XT ScBscRifTioN- Payable Aiwits is Advance.
ir Communications from all pirt of the Paciiic will always
be very acceptable.
PRIiMTIIG OFPICB !
PLAIN AND FANCV
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
St OH AS
BOOK. BILLS OF EXCH ANGE.
CATALOGUES. BILLS OF LADINO.
BILL HEAPS. CoN'SCLAR BLINKS.
CIRCCLBS. BLANK DEEP.
A C CT I O N P. I LT . H A N l B I LBS.
PAMPHLETS, SH JP BILLS
XT VISITING. BI'MNKS AND ADDRESS CARDS prir.te.1
on a ;.nkee Card Press." in the Lifth-st style of the art.
XT AH ntlvcrli.riiieulH jmriililr In nIvnnc-.XI
Five Lines.... 1 i
Te-i Line- 1 50
Fifteen Lines... 2 uO
Twen'y Lints... 2 25
Th rty I.ine . . . ..25
'Qjirt-r do. 6.25
Hilf Column. ..12.00
Whole Column. 1S.0O
3 uks. 1 mo. 3 mot. C wos. 12 m.
t 50 $2tM L75 4 50 $6.00
- 00 00 4.25 6 50 lo 00
2 50 3.50 5.25 8 25 P2.0O
3W 4 00 6 60 10.00 18 00
4.O0 5 50 9 50 IS 00 21.00
T.00 S iO Id 00 22 l0 42 00
00 Ki OO 10 OO 24 0 ) 47.00
15 50 lS.oO 23.00 50.00 75 00
24.00 80 00 IS 00 $5.00 140 00