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OX TUESDAY, - -
- - JUNE 25th,
At 10 O'clock, A. M , at Pale Uooro,
, Variily of .llcrcliaiiilie !
SUGAR PLANTATION FOR SALE !
Tie-r Will le i,K- l-l I 5-le. at Public Auction,
On WeJaestlay. the 2Cth day of Jane, 18C7
At I.' ..'clock noon.
In ft. In" Coort lloase, Honolulu, the property known
Cal & .Main
.SV.i.fV. .if Wn Jul.t, l.t'.,,..l of ji t.,;.
With art the Ln., r4 of Lvvlt. Mili, Matftineiy. T r Is.
srts. l-npUuv-nt. lmrr.vesjMnt. Ac , heiif.ins; to ibf a:d
Z-oo nir tn lhi Plantation an? 10 aers of Land, of which
lli'r rf t'w Ltnd. am! 41 Pasture Land. Itir e ntire
rr.pof snvir M estimated at IJ tors. The Mtll am! buddings
art Mwhiot-rf are in ffoutl or 1 r. The Le'.ler of lit mort,rarfe
oa this proper! v wilt Ma in the eunveaaec, so that the tiUe
Will he complete lit the pnrrhaser.
TERMS it S LK. ' funbr parttl-r to
C. K. hfr-IUP.
J. W. AlMlN.
Ai-nr of tb Ftat 4 Wiwr, Allen A Co.
Or. A. r. JIM.
uTS 4t Alt. rrty in f ft !--r. A A'lama.
Valuable Real Estate For Sale
In Kona, Hawaii.
WV VIKTtrK tiV ' OKIlKK IssiT-OOCT
M tf llt .iii.mM Court 4 (he lljwiuan l!aot,
WILL KK fOI.b AT I t BUC A t'CTIO.V OX
WEDNESDAY. 17th day of July, 18G7,
Al I - Vfc-, tvxi.ri. at lit- fttttr '4 tl tie Pr-44io
C atttMM4iC, pM'ttiv Kot.a, Itaml of IIwm,
A TRACT OF KC:LLE.NT
pasti:kk a .n' i wood laxi
Mictnr to tli t'j-lxt of I'mttio rnarniinn, rontaininr !
HH'.t Arm. an. I rf.vrt-l in Kal rUritc. N.. aU I
Unit. awl it wljoutj lut hU'Bgia la IImc heira. I W m. Jultnxm. !
A Fine Tract of Land, containing 96 acres, (
Slfuat-I in K.o-.ka. Kona. Mr.o.1 .4 llaai;. a.lj .imn
,.. wr.ord iu k..yi pn nil. ;
.,r lurlLcr VMlK-.L.r aj.j.ll to
J. W. Al'PTIV '
A Jniubtrat' of !! Ratahr of i'mtno Cumroinica, or '
K. il. SLtlLLK. AocU-oeer.
FRESH FLOUR !
C I I.I Foil M l ;I,IKV ti A T K , '. I
rK 4 MU.t t J.Ob tt.
.:i Iu V. f tle at TIIKOD. C. IlKl K S.
;i it For ."ie hjr C. BE EWER k Co.
TIIITK M RKI SALMON' IV ItRIS.
iM.it kereiTe. rr J. A. r tlWinnurir.
U et F. Sale by C. tKLWKK A t o.
KF.CKIVKI IIRKIT FROM I'l'XALltJ
t .jajpany Mill, f.ir ale in UatitMrI tn suit bf
i.ii 3m CP. AIA1S. Airebt Puualuu bier Co.
GERMAN ALE AND PORTER.
IKfl OKKTJrfx ii. SCIIROKOKlfS
1 HkKKEIiY, IIAMHl lii.
la lMirri of 4 d. each, t aal by
in it thkod. c. nrrcK.
V. Oiloiidlcl X-iOt
12 Ar G O O T K
'OK THE LADIES,
:: kkw :l
: iMt'ture I'mniet
I ..aai.. !
I ; p.a lb oiaar I Z
il At tbe Book Store. ::
Pia-lrait of Washinton. Sfe sUe, in plain black walnat
fraawr. f 10 00
Lsvut in SiwiT. Tat. wwuotiui ateel rngrar'na;. aaja
M.H-H wal.HH Irame. 17 60
Tan lyrt b-atrir Kbts-n. on hi return tn Italy, Cue
K-k walnut frame. This is an .b-ranl si. -el eo
R.lieR runt r.tf. the IVwiale in ll Srvw Hat. Tl.i
p:tur is a wutt l the aie, in the muus style !
aial fraoilr.x. 57 00 j
If.l.i'k ami ant.nlil, with 3 inch waluut frame, la 0O g
IT laink.rk- an ICiiilit e4.s-e.l neran seewe, . - lo OO ,
Steeple i:i vl-s pie of cot-MTcJ pictures, lw floe
afcick walnut fr.n.ipcseacb. . . . . 13 00
rmwl ana hpi la-uhteT a choice steel enraf tng
in Une bia.-k walnut Inuua. .... IS 00
ierman P trm fnsie. c.k re I. in watnnt frame. . 14 Ml
F'.rtrrt of leo.iel Mobster, tir.te.l. in walnnt frame, . V 0l '
B- j ,4 i;u- !, colored Lch'tr ipb, walnut frame. . . 9 0O
itt ' a eH.l entrraTina; ri re -ntinif a rirt blowing i
bnhntes. in walnut fr unr 0 OO
Vie of Anootif-.l. eid-a'l cbr.sMditln .ph. . . 15 1.0 :
.-t Fa.rw a Dir osVa-nl sketch, heavy walnut frame, 17 6u ;
f e a'nK p ts snoi. pLiia steel, walnut frame. . . . 9 DO '
LVir. f .... ..... .1 . ' 1., r, K -t r.m 1 All '
t hililr-a al Prater, plain, in walcMt frame, . . . IS 00
The k.tae IT.ijr-r. c.a.ssj UUesrraf h. . . . SO
The Baoj.. PUy--r. cloo-d lttlirraph I M
Lutle j'.uk-bvle.sb-awtd'alctit.ew juvenile. . OO
iew ot the iy aT Jri-usaUm. pln walnut fnm-. . Ou
tftroery of I l.e Art of Printing, plain wlnut frame. . UO
Autamn F.wvat Aw, a most l-atailul ehronio, in rustic
walnut eartr.1 tr.aue. These are tne mtsM pooular
stvle ..f p.-tarri irj America or Europe, . . . 1 00 J
TRe Linle ?!.-.--. in rntie Inim-, . . . V Ou
The Jua rrs. a Keaut:lul Alpine ctrom4itbOrraph,
ia rnnrni ru-4ie frame. . - . . . .10 00
Like ti. o-. a brautitai Alpine cbrwnolit!Kraph, in
ear.t rustic frsme. . 10 00
TLe W-tt.rfc..m. a beautiful Alpine chnsUoiitlKHTraph,
in carve.1 rustie Irtme. 10 00
The Lichthoase. a beast Jul Alpine chr-xnolilhr grnpli, in
eart.f ru-t,e h-nm,
t a ...
Fauh ar.. l,.pe. a lm l. l .tee! enprarins. .
and Fatare. a .plendi.1 ,u-1 eneravlnx.
.rt pi.ik.i, a Jurrnile p-tore, nilt frame. .
The Vik r-aenrr, a juvenile picture. Kilt frame.
Trie I h,.,-, Praj.r.KiU frame . . . .
Th nelieser's Vision, silt frame, oval top, .
tone companion tne almwe. . .
Friends in Ad.-r-uy, t iroe style as above, .
rV is ,1.1,. r's .rrj,, .jj r,u frame, .
Tfie s .Idier's W ue a 3.nparMa In sve, .
The Skp ,L . Urrmno f irm scene, .
vMh-r and Child. col.-4. riit frame. .
The Mother's Jrr, rilt itni oval top.
lti.t.-p-o.b-riee.e. .red. sill frame, oval top, .
A Jr.hir lan', pt.ua steel enaraving, ...
l an. I Bi l Aoitel, c,it frsme, .
Thoie is the Kiticibin, (tilt fr.me. .
'iff-r Little t'hiUlren. enmparii-si to atx.ve. .
The PrsKno. .1 K..yl,.t, c.h.-,1. in jilt frame.
The Hivruenot. cni.etl. rilt fr.me.
i'em. c.-rwt dark Kroca.1. ova! b. .
: : :
1 - w ;
1 oo '
13 OO i
In Od i
J j i l
I j u
it 00 )
i oo ;
vi 60 ;
11 oo i
is oo ;
The Little jurefdle sett frame. '.
hristmu te-a winter scene, in ell frame.
-- ,, rrHorerl llie sue.
' v-eaci. ant frame, arched top, .
(.Calaojut fe c : va! )
T?. A",n,tU,n ff J:s',.l-nU in IL.i iiiUi and on the
Other ..;&. ' fo ln'.v
COLLECTION OF PICTURES!
Whh enihran-s a tvrife variety i.f very choice pictures.
anrci.t runs iwiui at ia ria-.T ressal-
for Sale by II. M. WIIITNKY. '
rFlK ATTENTION' Of TIIK lATRONS
. ' " ne arts and such aa are in search ot ornaments
l"r dw.Umgs, is iiivite.1 tu a asMscteai of
uew ana Clioice Pictures !; 5
KALEIVEb FROM SEW YORK BY TIIE SYKKN.
1 aow open I f inspection in the iwm over the Booksb4v.
Amons; ibeta will be ftind ;
UC'; J STEEL PLATE EXGRAriUCS, in rllt and
COLOttD STEEL PLATE 1..V6SJI " GS, la CM
c and Walnut frames; I
OLORED CUROMOLITIIOURAPHS af FJiglish and
H.Jty A.W COJRETt LITHOGRAPHS.
emhracirr the Crv-st if not tbe Unrest collection
ex-. tafM ..vuotuio. smi ranrina; in pru es iroa g i.w
' ' oeenl t. ...... ..... . . -
i-rTtlM, 'a ul",, ,n patinit pictures, intended for the
ivs tlCiM , . , . . . . ,
Fur Sate by II. M. WHITS EY. I
BY E. P. ADAMS
ON WEDNESDAY, - - - JUNE 26th,
At iu u clock. A. M , at Pair Boom.
An Assortment of General Merchandise!
B.i.i T-i.ar.-n. Havana Civ-ad,
Crust,.-,! Suar, PicLl--s, I'm- Fruits, Ban-. Is Salmon.
lOO Emptjr It arrets ml Furniture.
REAL. ESTATE FOR SALE.
LOT AT KAM00KAHI, WAIKIKI, Oahu.
By v'rtu 4 an Order is-ued out i4 the Suvr.-m f". n't. by
II.-. K ti !.ti. A .!.- J i-t e- f.f lb- il ,..n I
I Kteeil-itrv J. i. I" lx:- atd A K. f I r, Ad-
auii.i-traors of the Estate of II.ku C. Kirniri, d-o-a-rd.
I will offer For Sale at Public Auction,
At tbe Court House t-o.c in Honolulu,
ON WEDNESDAY, - - - JUNE 19th,
At 12 O'cixk, M
ALL THAT T It A 1 T OF L A X I !
SiTCATl.D AT KAMOOKAflf. WAIKIKI, OAIlt",
CoiiUiiiifig in all ;-1'.oi acres,
Ir:ilf ttt "vlil-li 1m Kalo TiiIi'Ii'm!
More parti.-ul trly d-senbed In K' yd Patent, So. 41J.
Tb:. ImA i nar the public highway and is well watered.
For turner (.nrticuiara apply to
A. F. Ji DO. I so;..
Attorney t't tlie Administrator.
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
The abOVe Sale Of Real Estate is
; MONDAY, JUNE 24th, at 12 M.,
At the Courthouse, by or.l.-r of Administrator.
K. P. AI AM. Aortioncr.
T II 11
PHIXtCVILLE src.iu PLANTATION,
Island of Kauai,
For Sale at -Aiictiori.
KY VIRTI'K OF AX ORDER I SI'KDOUT
of the yuiTrcue Court of the Hawaiian Ii!ud.
1 ILL BK HOLD AT Pl'ISLIC At tTloN, ON
aATURDAY, 7th day of September, 1867,
,....,..,, . .. ..
Iu fruut U tin? Court Jl.ue lo., ll .i.lulu, at uoou,
Tll KtL-l1vJ fcTATtri r
' HKIMKVII.I.K. KMMAVII.I.K, K A I.I II I.
i WAI, KAI.IIIIK.t I AM IIIN'AI.KI.
f Tit wl.4 fimiur the Princille Pnrar PUitiUtion, mtoatcl
in th di-triet 4 il .nak-i. Iititn.1 of Kauai, ao l lt-loiigiug tu
I Uie catate of Itouert Crtchu.n My Hie,
; Ta-jtlktr icitk all Ike
' MILUi, MACIIINKRV, CARTS,
j CATTLK, H.KSK-S, I VI PRO V KM EST?,
j CONTr.ACTd FR LAP-OH,
j And Olktr Pmptrty to tkr. name belonging.
r R Vintrit.C tu thn PUntation are al.ut I OOO .Irrra of
' CAN K t l. of whirh CM at:re. are Oottoni land, and
; alwit UOOO Arrr WOili AND I'ASTt KK LA.XU.
: Tht re are at imwiil 45o acres in Cane. The t-r..i of ruti ir
I fur tbe .re9rnt year lia been C-'A u.m. and tlie crop for the
J neat Jenr i eM.iuiatct! at 000 tons. The dwelling bousej,
j mill huikiii.r. ainl the intrhiui ry are in frotxl order am! very
' eotnpl.-te. TLe Jiower luetl ia steam, but there is Water power
j for ail uurpuaea.
' Tbe plaiitaii'in i capable of prmiuciur 1.C0O tons of mif,'ar
' Jieraormta. There are lOO COOLIKS lielonitinK to the
j plantation whose contracts for htlmr expire in thrtoher, IS70,
' their wares) ltuf i-r month each am! find. The whole
t ftvBM one of tbe most deiral!'e estates on tbe ilawaiian Islands,
and is well wa-thr the attention of capitalists.
Fiar farther particular apply tn
J. W. AVSTIN,
C. U. UISIIOP,
. N. ASTI.K,
Qrrura of tbe Exerntnra of the will uf K.C. Wyllie.
The Honolulu Iron Works Company
HAVK ON HAND
C II T ROX KS l r' A LI MZ KS, A.. l A RK
laejtretj to e iU wery reduced rates.
I ir Parti- S L.kiiiK 1 d xen Sets or more can be supplinl at 8
J cent. p-r t and by the SVt at 8 cents er lt.
Tcr Sa!r I'hcnp ! A New Boilrr!
OP TEV IIORSK lOU'KK, WITH FIX
INtlS. warranted new and with ad the l.it.-st improve-u-Tits,
tu l.e Lad at a low fixure at
i77 3t F.l. HOFFSCIILAEUER It CO.tj.
PARTIES flWMNf; AMM A IS ARK
bereby rautioiM-.! iwaiust letting them tre.as oh the
I tat i.r. a 3 .a r ia a i . .. t
; flit JM JA .-'. 4w:ers of animals found oil this
Kukttiu will be proC'-ede.l aeainst accord iiif to law.
... . ... -. .... . r m - . . viiinn i
i HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
TIIK l'XI)ERSIf;.VEI OFFERS f-
f. r ule UM.n hl-ral terms, tbe property on
Fwt Street known a the
A Id rich IIoute lreniie.
6t C. R. UISIIOP.
FRESH BRAN. OATS, AND "CALIFOR
JI'ST RECEirEI) I'KK VKRMCR. AU
Fx Sale by
677 M ' TIIEOD. C. IIErCK.
Expected to Arrive this Fall,
TWO SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD PIANOS,
6;7 3m By TIIEOD. C. IIEI'CK.
JLST RECEIVED EX BERMCE!
EXTRA SI'PKRIOR JAI'AX TEA.
30 lb. t bei-ts, J In. .ap.-r.
Lla EXTRA SVPER10H JAPAX TEA I.V BULK,
S Ilk each, boxes.
Til K A BO V K TEA Is VERY FINE, beioft scl1eU by a
try ni In Japan, and only req iind a trial to iusure a large
le. O..am,l..atthe.torcof SAM. SAVIIXJE.
.... Also :
A Large Quantity of FRESH BRAN !
Now Landing from the L'k.sii r.
6761m '..r Sale Cheap by SAM. SAYIDtlE.
! .vrnirnnf a urn PIT A TW5 nr T T? A 7.U.
' AAbnjJlO a.! uuuti.u. ;
ROV STOCK ANCHORS. WEIuTIT nwn
-1 I -'al lit.
Chain Cables. Trom i in. to i tach
Small Chain s.e, 1 and ) inch.
B0LLK3 Is Co.
I FFEREVT kkamis. for sale at
KUULKIi PRICES HY
POLLE k Co.
j Lijht Business Wagons, Coneor.IWar.OT,-1
II,"y Bub-ber Wair'oa- -67
,n FT ?-.!.? ?--r. BRF.VER & Co.
ImiIo:i 8a It
b-. i o
OR SAI.K IV UIMXTITIKX TO Sl'IT.
By c L. Kit; il antra . tn.
for s aim:.
IIKAVV 4 WHEELEO IIORSK
ade ami noav be -n at
TIIK IloXtrLCLC IRON WORK?.
PTIIE WAIKIKI II A V FARM. IS BAi.r.s
at I ..! -r htle, d-lieer.-d in lots ot live uaics, tiruvr.
wnl receive attenii-in e-it wi:n .ir. ..- i.-. ,
sea isrArn cotto.
Tt PCRCII.sSE SKA
t'4tnn. IS THE M r.D, an., win .y .or uiu
on delivery, the Rnsli'tt Cash I'rice.
M4rnrsAB, Tahltlan or Fiji Sr a Mand Cotton,
Delivered frei-h aid in poJ
biehest ca.h price obtainable
- . i . . r . fi.1,1
condition, will nlwnys obtain the j
,u the racidc. witharea.nahle
llavins: the most approrej rios. anJ wry faci.ity f.r cean
inff and pnttinr np the cotton f .r the oe of ths manufacturer
in Euro,?. on.ler special instructions fpa Ibero, I am prepared
to purchase and srii any qoantltv th.it sav be offered.
None bot 11 RK SEA ISLAND tuTTOS wanted, nor
anv except in site Nerl.
pure ?e I.bind Seed wll be iOTP'.ied wmtftT CH.auB to
appbeauu frcm any part of this gruup or tbe I'acrGc 0--an.
11. M. WIIITXEY.
S". B. Thrre is no crop of any description so likely to pay
a sure and ban..t.oe income to the plarin-r. a L or
I sr. as Sea Island t.'.Jiens am! thus will probably continue
be the cf f'-r the next ten 3 ears. ?pe.-ial care slj.-uld
taken in selecting; tne ..e-1 - .. - ,
7- ... .h. ,i.e belt. .. well sleltered from strung
winds, and where frrouent rams prevail.
II .r...Hu. June, 1 v:7.
SATtltDA V. JUXE 22.
NOTES or THE WEEK.
The chiMrcn of the Tarious
Trote-tint SjM.ath .h(-.ls of Honolulu, Loth Ha- i "e Kawaiah:u Church to the Foui.t liii, on the cor- MeGrew was apj..inteJ to the Chair, and V. V.
waiiun and fjivign, turne.l out in large numbers on ; ner of King and LVthcl strwts. 'There a platform : Hall Secretary. The report of the Committee ap
S.atardiiy la.-t, aiid male a very fine :ipiearaiice. ; Lad leen eivctvl, f..r the sjikerr.. Mr. II. A. 1'. Car- pointed at the previous meeting w:v read ly the
j The s hol of Kwai:tha, which is the largest in the
i city, u t-.jiiijK.wl of native aborigines and half-
i casti-s and number s.tne hundre.ls. The children
I a-.-embh-il at the church at lu o'cli-k, and each cla--s ; frcjuently an.l loudly applaude-1. The singing was
j with its teiu her, f..rmcl ia prK-ession, with luinners, ' aIo excellent, particularly the Hawaiian, tlie well
' and preceded by uiu.ic, marched through the streets traine.1 choir of Kawaialiao church ni..king the wel-
t the IV-ihel, where they panicipat.-d in the dediea- tin ring with the Hawaiian temperance Songs adap
j tion of the l'ublie Fountain. Thence, with the chil- ted to the well-know n modern tunes of " Marching
j dren of the Ikthel and Fort otreet Sabbath schools, . Along," aud " Ves, we'll rally rouiul the tlag K.ys."
.the pnetioii of little ones, marche.1 bak to the ; Altogether the occasion was a jeculii.i-ly pltsant one,
Kawuiahao churt-h, which was fi!leI to overflowing, and the rightly enthusiastic TemiHrance Legion may
J The choir sang as the choir of that church always
j does with great taste and skill, several pieces of
mump, among which was the II iwaiian National A n-
j them, the mu-5c and wonls of which were composed
I y the II..11. Mrs. Lydiri K. l)ominis, wife of His Ex-
cellency the Governor. The powerful bass and the
i fine tenor and alto of the male voices, and the soprano
j of the female, delighted and a.-toni.-htil some of the
j audience, who never dreamed that the native Ha-
i waiians were capable of such musical acciuirements
Ad.lrcsses were made by dlUerent fjifjlkers, in lx.th
i languages, ly the Kev. Messrs. Kuaea, Kaukau,
i I'ingham and Frls. After Mr.
1, . ti- ii- i .t t. . . i "'" " "m f'.veriiiiieiii io i-iiniiir vou to rarrv out
UresS, His llighliesa, the venerable Matthew Klkua- y.air den:ii, ail ii..n our happily t hoaeii iie. uu.l. r the
x ao a made tome very aM.roi.riate remarks to the ; r1' "'"" "' "" '' ito" h.. h ihefii.n.isof femiraii.e
. J "I 1 "1 have often Kalhere.1. I cnr ilulale uImu this asxinhUiiie
chll lreu. This gray-haill fither of Kings holds and the i.ul.lic, ijeuendly, jhi the a.-iui-.ii..ii to ,,Ur piihlio
r. . 1 i i- c i-i t , , w-.rks one at ome so orimmeiital and so us. lul.
I.L-t to tlie Christian lIlef Which he professed My friends, thin day markit a new era in Hie hiMorv of Tern
forty yejirs ago, and like a rock, stands firmer and i l ri""'c "'i.'iies in thin place, and I hail its lirilnn.n- and
,. - . , I kI.tv as auKpici.m -ns for their future. T.i-.lav. the friends
Millies Iinghter With the WSVfS of time. The Cllll- i of Tmiiwrance a!.. int.le to dedicate the lirt lrn. lore rr. ei.,l
dren listene-l to him with deep attention, as he t.ress-
ed un.n them the imtiortauce of a strict attendance
upon the S;ibUth Hch,.l. From the church, the
children went out into the si.acioiis var.1. where, un-
der an awning, tables were spread, lavishly provided
with cake- ium an.l fruits It wr a. r.laioiT.t tit.rl.t
wuu caues, pies ami iruus. it was a pleasant sight,
and the Ftiectators, idtrents ami visitors evidently
enjoyl it. while the juveniles " went in" with the
Vim which is ehuraeler..,tie uf ad.tl.e.it b..,,.n',tv
on the gixxl things.
One could 9t there the fairest
ui (riiiiiicH iiiHi niir:i.iis pvf Trirsr-i i 1
..-lt..l t..a. M .
----- i'.v-.h. ...
with a tawnv colored nreliin an.l l-.tl. nl.t-r... tl.o
. . 0
tiest oi r.nglish over tlieir ginger ptip, or POtla water, '
....I !...:- . .. 1 c no !
and their pun, cakes, grains, apph, &c. The ar- j
rtingeinents of the refreshment tables were under the ':
... ... r , , , I
lilanagl'melit Oi .Major V . L. Moehouuu, nild each
Sch.K.l had its own table, and wum prtVuletl over by '
its own teichcrs. This gentleman, a native Hawaiian, '
.... i r ... .11 . t .1
of princely form and demeanor, takes a great interest
in the Sabbath schools, and recentlv iim.le an a,I,lrnu
. ., .... .
at Kawaialiao, which IS printed HI full in the native
newspaper K'e .la U'iOj, in which he sets forth iu
trttng tti nid to juirviit aixl others having charge of
children, the great advantages which result to their
charges by regularly attending these Sunday schools.
no- !,. s. ..." . , ,
ine rising generation is tne nope ot Hawaii, and
therefore the training they get iu Sabbath schools,
will have an untold effect on the future of these Isl
ands. Let us cherish and foster the Sabbath schools.
Tlie procession and arraiurements iu the interior
of the church, were under the direction of Captain A'OoNLir.iiT. This week has been one of moonlight W:ls a fun hoU3e when the vote was taken, to give
Dimon.l and Lieutenants J.t ld and Hull, and were "'fa'". anl moonlight, everywhere beautiful, is ) this majority, there roust have been about three-fifths
carried out so as to draw forth the unqualified ad- i I"cl,lirly n these islands. So says everybody, j against the motion to nllow women to vote, and two
miration and praise of the larze audience, composed i ever slut a summer in Honolulu. And every- ' fimis of the mcml.ers in favor of it. Verily old
partly of foreign ladies and gentlemen. Everything arPar3 "j"y t,lCW " its (,f the Kgl J looming "radical," 111 the strongest
went off weU-thc address were short and pungent, Thcn- ritIi"fi reiiades, music, , t-
the singing really l-eautiful, and when the whole ! ftml "ln ft,r ?f'iJS,PP'"'Ks nre nU the TS'- By Authority.-The Minister of the Interior gives
assemblage joined in the chonis of " Marching on,"
- - -
an.l es, we II rally roun.l the r lag, boys, it was I
- i ..l. .i
really electrifying. We have never attended a celc-
bratiou wlicre every part was so well executed, and
k. .i. ... :.. ..... ir ... .
certainly is creditable to ll.iwanaus.
r rom the native news
The Culture of Cotto.v.-
paiier ie Jtit Okoa, we translate the following, re-
1 . ,
Mieeting the production of cotton m these Islands :
" During the past few months, we have not heard
the clatter of Whitney's cotton gins under our win-
low, as formerly. This is owing to the fact that the
. J . - n . . .
crop is not yet in. In all eulightene.1 countries,
where it cun lie grown, gi-eat deal t.f attention is
paid to the culture of cotton, for it clothes the world,
and is viewed in the same light as Hawaiian used
to think of the iiuortancc of the trauA t a Siecics of
mullicrry of which tapa is made. Uut cotton is
also a great clement of commerce, and the nation
that can produce it becoiiitti or importance among the
nations of the earth. America, lfore the late civil
war was a grwit cottot.-pr,Iucii.g country, but the
rt-U llioii threw it out of the markets of the world and
htimulatisl other countries to go into the culture of
this great staple. Millions of dollars have passed to
Imlin oil tli.-i.iis!i tlitt riM.lislinrsot f the Anierie.-.n
...... , - -
reU-ls. During several years past, Mr. H. M.
U IntiiAtf liiki l.sin sT'iK-itiitfiiriffifr tii niilturo r.F s.ftri
in these islands, not by paying excessive prices, but 1,1 lkc ,,u,tPr wh5,c the ,"0,,, was on t,,e w-lnc- But
by a fysteiu of prizes or gifts to those who produce j those were the old superstitious times, now gone by.
the most o.t ton. This would more properly come j
fii.ni an Agricultural Sicicty, but here we see a pri- j Glittering Generalities. In the Gazette of this
vate citizen, not only paying the best and highest j week, the leading article causes us to recognize the
nrtunSkf ? rtl,"UIUS aU" WLere " "r flM-t t"ttt the Honorable Inspector General of Schools
I'ntu returned from his travels on the other islands,
premiums to native cotton growers : One of 100 in Like a schoolmaster to a pupil who audaciously pre
gold for the largest amount prixluced by one native, I tends to know as much as his lesicher, the writer ia
iL'Mnbs; for lbs; S40 for SJoUMhs ; j t)ie (;at(lte dogmatically lavs down hit system of
f .r LlNi.1 ll ; S'JO for l'.78 lbs ; a cotton gin, fori. , , . . . . .-,..
Y.K lbs ; a cotton gin, for Iti'.N, lbs ; I laiuud vols.
Kuokoa for 1170 HW ; 4 do for ISIN His."
Hie total value of the premiums is about 310.
It would le a matter of interest if in addition to the
above, statistics were given as to the number of
pounds raised per acre and the cost of cultivation.
Tue Kilai e-v's Trip Last Week. The steamer
last week, although she made a good start on Monday
afternoon, was much longer than usual in getting to
Lahaina, not coming to anchor until o'clock, P. M.
on Tuesday. She i-tarted with alout fifteen pounds j Inspector General, we, the public, wait for your re
of steam, but after the lapse of several hours, the j port of the schools.
steam lcgan to decrease, and during the latter part
of the passage, no more than three or four pounds
could be obtained. The principal cause is said to
have ln in not having a sufficient draft in the
' furnaces, and that after a time the flues became
obstructed. On the passage down from Lahaina, she
left at 5 p. m., and arrive.! at her wharf here at 10
a. M. on Saturday. Hie had a large list ot passcn-
I gers, both going and coming, natives and foreigners.
; V l. " L . :r : ZI ;Li . m,
i Hi HV L 111 llie tlttt.. " J - .......v.. - ..- - "
i was in iort, and it is probable she made better time
1 ou the last trip.
. . i
Illicit lixAVTiov..-.,y rfV0nt a I vices from the !
! IslOAior Hawaii, we hear that the illicit manufacture ;
? of the fiery spirit known as " okolehao," was never ;
more briskly carritJ on than at the present time, es- j
! pecially in the district of Hamakua. There, it is ,
said, both natives and foreigners, who can raise a :
: gun barrel and an iron pot, go into the business
i with a degree of 1-oldness and ou a scale of inagni-
; tu le never known lIore. As a natural consequence, j
drunkenness- h:is greatly increased, with all its ccn- j
i comitant evils. It is id'le to say that the authorities '
the judges and lice cannot suppress this out-
rage against the laws of the realm. Was there a will '
! rage against tlie laws oi tne reaim. as mere a win
j to put a stop to such scandalous proceedings, so tie- ;
! sfruetivc of the health, prosperity and life of the ;
! people a way could le promptly devised. But
j apathy reigns in the Ministry.
The Vt.tCASO.-A correspondent at Kan writes-
The volcano is lively, and having fine times. No :
less than eleven fires are burning. In different phu-cs , Answer. The answer to the puzzle that we pub
alut the bank, where the road goes tlown, the lava ; p, tw0 wecks aero, l-e-innin :
, has flow.sl up sixty feet and co.le.l over. Your feet j
! will lie so hot after crossing, that if you should spit
toenails they would hiss, like hot iron ! But ,
. ,, . , - . , . , I
in the nce-hloi'io...l of the crater there are strawlier-
ries galore, Urge and luscious, l.esides ohclos."
Cavalrt Drilu The Ilawaiian Cavalry were
out on Tuesday night, for the purpose of drill, and
proceeded to Waikiki Plains, or more properly Ku
laokalma, where they performed various evolutions
very creditably, under the command of Lieut. A. F.
.In M. The company is composed of native ll.nvvi-
: :.. u on. I tnrtie I out till this occasion about f.irtr
utfrong. iii iaiii s-i tou-t lii'i-e ti .ui..-, .mm ii iucu
, . .
with no lit.le precision.
j 'fur. I rinkino Fointaix. iVttiii J -iy .it was a
; g.iLi.Liy in 11. .11. Iu! j. The Loautii'ul I'nnkin Fmiii-
: ttin, which v:l l it. ly ercctol ly the j.i'iiit t i.ntiiLu-
: turns of t!. PuMie an I tho Ti'i.iMTmcc I'jrii-n, was
, very ai pr- i i iatt ly .li-Iicntiil on th tt 1 iy. It Imp-
; iin?l to Ire the (.lay on which the aU-ath Schools of
Honolulu Lal their annual celeh-ratii.n. niul thev
ni irchel in pn.cei'siun with muic an.l Kinr.erfl from
; ter and the Kev. Mr. Forljo- the former iu Fiijrlish
an J the Litter in Hawaiian. These uddi e.--es were
: hajipily wurxle-l and chxj'iently d l vert d. and were
! well be proud of the lieautiful foui.taiu which they
. have causal to te erected. The structure is built of
' Hawaiian brick, recovercl with ctmei.t, s.puare in
' form, with four round pillars surirting the archi-
trave, on which ure engravel on two sides the wonls,
" Free to all," in Hawaiian and in English, ami also
le words " Erected by the Honolulu Temperance
; Legion, 1S(. The following is Mr. Carter's
, lress, as printel in the Gazette.
' . ,;ET, E,E,i "f t"e II.,n.t h Tkv:ehanck I.kgio.n :
' " " favor the i ka-ant duty d-vulve it ntn me ti.c.antiu.
. ttteyt.u t.lay U..n the c..in.l.ii. n of y..ur Koiinlaiu. 1 am
happy ... to d., and to felicitate ou an we l uim the i.r.niii.t
and literal reinie which an evt r f-neroua i.uhlic made to
.''ur "I'l"'1 f,,r. ,,K' n-.-ary me.m; U.n the cordial ro-. ra-
i ?. . y.". 1 l.''iThl! 1 e'"!"'r,a"'v '". thr " '',
aolelv ill the cause of TemiM-ratii. in this rite M...I .... l.. ..u
the musical jiau t.f its faiiitu; nat.-n. win w v.mr
thi MLiiida it will he your protest Hjniiit the vice of intemper-
by' IZrlL S;u: leZW
t,",, !" " le aud th.u,'ht ahi. h the practice of Tciiiiw. !
j "ThrZt'inciive ( f your ra.,-, a, ,Vpinl bv u.is
(""'""' ' freedom to ail. While, on the one hand. ..u
j uv rvrry -, in ylir ,M)Wer t check the now in our midst
i 'f lhe Uirk "' f lnt. iin rai.. e, iih all it horrid train of
evil hithietir.il its Hadd.-ne.l home it lt!i...i.l li..iM rf if. ti;
honored en.v, it-h.-r,. ,.. ...,. .. r.., T V.. ..r .i.7.. i7.
i !'i' h, from F.den'. day , ha been ti..l'a pu.eM i.t to man. and
J i wliirli, c:tUTtl from liuti.rvu nlU in oitdrr Muiiiu vulR-
i yi l. u. hith. r to continually ,..r .t it., tr l.ute to ha,.; .:
: . .- . i. . . ... .
I new uiiu roiui-iri oi your Know-men.
i i c iiitu nun it-uu:t,r r.ii .xiatiittii ana jov lite pri-Kx-ni'tf oi
' " -h..dre. win. ih. ir hntii. Cu-e. a,i ti.e hrijht-wavii.,;
, hauliers of the I hriliali nH.iati..i; thev represent. We
a'ould early implaui the nectlM t.f TemiK'nince in their yisine
h.-arls, for it is our earnest hojie that wheii the mantle of their
r;itlll. hllV). fi,,u.u u,.,n !,, alM, ,., .ir llaIllU ,l:ive
co"'1""""! tlMe works of Faith ami la.ve, that they will
relniinlar the bright Julie inoriiini; when thev fathered aith us
toc. l. hrate tlu .le.lii ati.ni of the first ilri ikmir f .uiitaiii of
b.aii m i. and that, r. nieml rii,e this, they will, with pride
and joy, carry on the cause we r. present,
tieniiemen of the I.eaion : it is our trust that this outward
tledir.iiioii is but sMiiU.lic of the ik.lic iti.Hi of your hearts and
,.rr, ,., lc erv.lt CMlM. ,.., ,iaVe csi.ui, and as this i- to
'- a monitor and an invitati so you are to Maud steadfast in
i your lot, and with increasing iiuiiiIkts and elflcieiifv, I-rsevere j
until, not hen- alone, hut iu inanv u .hstonsolaie home and ties- 1
K""'ul Uk"1 '"u ,,m h;'vr l ''H--n-haK' i";'i;-ut !
Vir cause is an un.Hii on i ;uiuKa um.i, the liiii. -st
Lilof t'r; m".no;i;l Zt iamn.tntUw an
1 ""'"ri-raiion f its principles; u human riarai-u-r is is.-rfi-1-t
! !"'"" l-raclisinp its precepts. It rhalleiiKe, the hinhe.t study
j m the statesman and Phihuiihropist.
Its lie d is lei t in all the
ramirtcatioiiH ..f B.H-i. ty it should reach to ij,e uiinosi limit of
nilliliunl v ttn.l H11.1.1H tli verv ili-i.tlid of Iniioi.ti tviie. V in. itr..
its recoi:iiizcd c-xpoueiita here, and your inspiration should lie!
equal lo your cause. It is in this tiust that we here )
dedicate this Fountain to the immortal cause of Temperance.
. l i T.ii... xj : i . i: . - ti
T ?ll... a t.i? . .
.u.ia s ...un .mutcucc, n.r.atiot.s n oegun, wn.cu
n. . i . . . ; often end in real downright courtship and love, cul- ' T , , , n .. . , ,- . r
ag, boys, it was I 0 1 i Islan.1 of Hawaii , have recciveil licenses to perfon
, , ,i minuting in marriage. It takes an eagle's eye to ! . - , .,, 0 .
ver attended a celc- ... t tlie marriage ceremony, in aecoitlunce with Seetio:
. , , ! gaze unflinchingly upon the sun, hut the full orbed ' ,.-,0., o i v
well executed, and , , f i 1 of the Civil Code Application ha
.- . . ! moon can be hsiked on for hours with increasing : , , . , A, . , - ,.- i i
nans. , been made to Hon. A. M. Kahalewai, Circuit Judg
... . 1
minuting in marriage. It takes an eagle's eye to
(fiz( litirlinclnnf v liniiii the wnii lint, the full m-lMNl
, . f , '
' mfsm can be hsiked on for hours with increasing:
. tuvii.-..ti c, ita miv aiMi?, t.l..tl.t-.ll?l 11IUU, IU'.1UIU3 tuu
1 . i n .
I zenith. There is, it is said, something mysterious;
i aliout the lnnueuee which the moon exercises upon
, . . ..I
human and teirestrial atlairs general ly. According I
I e. r o .
j to theory, she regulates the ebb and flow of ocean
j tide, but Tahiti, where it is bi.rh ti.le wm- .bw
i . . .i . , . . cv i
y throuo-liout flit vear. woiilil Kot-m to iinm-t Sie .lolm
Newton's doctrine. Many old traditions are still
reinemliered in which the moon's influence in some
of the ordinary every day allairs of life is strongly
counted on. On a foggy afternoon at sea, in the
season of the full moon, sailors will invariably say,
Oh, wait till the moon comes up; site will cat up
j 0n the clou.Ls." And so, us the experience of the
Iimjority of obecrvcrs win prve, it hapmns. On
, J 1 ..,,,
,Le nriuice of the Queen of Night, darkness,
i fog and clouds, flee away from her presence, and
i 1.a ... ....1 ..r. .;...... cu.1 & t.An... .f
. . n v. v itiKvi umi iiici . i j cttw yJ l Maul lit.
Fmim H1 ol.k.n t;Ilu.a wolllll 1Klt care to .tlant 'm .
! ,,lw' ",M l" - usetct.ou, u.c way m .
;wincu tne ira ui .uuc inon migiu iu carry on
j business Mir business which so vitally interests the
j Hawaiian people. But is any such explanation as j
i this satisfactory ? Don t the public want to know all
the particulars about these schools? Let the Honor
able Insjiector General come out with his report,
fully, for the information of the public, in native and
English. Give us both the Kght and dark shades,
the ltomaii Catholic, the Calvinistic, (" Brownists,")
and last and least, the " Reformed." Come, Mr.
Acithent at Hanalei. On Sunday last, a sad
accident occurred nt Hanalei, Kauai. A little native j
boy, some three years old. went playing round where I
! 'me Ilorses were '"tciien, ami untying one, in a;
I llyful moment, madef two turns with the rope
; around his own neck ! Something started the horse,
j and the consequence was that the poor little fellow,
; wfore th(J anhnal couU lC 8ttpIJ was choked to
1 te- "e the son of the native keener of
j warehouse, named .Mlioa.
Another Murder. By the arrival, on yesterday
morninrof the sch.ner Warwick, from Molokai. we
learn that another fatal tragedy has occurred, this
time on the Island of Molokai. I-it T.i,bi. nt
Hwa, a man named Mahoe, in a fit of jealou-v of
llis foster son, Elijah, kill.sl lum with a club. The I
murderer was arrested and taken to Lahaina, as also '
WM the corpse of his victim. No further particulars !
iaVe been receive.1, and the foregoing are only verbal, !
fn,m native passengers by the Warwick.
Xew Lawyers We learn that Mr. A. J. Law-
rence, recently from Oregon, has been provisionally
admitted to practice at the bar by the judges of the
Court. Also that Mr. G. B. Ukeke, of Koo-
' Legislative memory, has been duly licensed as
! a memlter of the lciral fraternitv. This gentleman
cannot fail of achieving distinction in bis newly cho-
. profession, especially if be gr into chancery or j
"I'oa o, but I o u,"
Is thus rendered :
" You sish f.r a r'pber, hut I siuh f.rym ;
h, nii;h f.r no cipher, hut. oh, itli for uie ;
Oh, U-t not my sil, for a cii-h.-r j-i,
lint give sigh t-r mirh, for I sigh for Jolt so
The Sights an Scenes or Honolulu. ' series
of articles have lieen published recently in one of the
Honolulu native' pojN-r?, with a title something like
i the above. Somclmdy who is nameless, travels
i around the streets with a fellow who is tailed L'f.aii !
. literally a servant .r follower. The cogitations of
this Ukali, as he trudges along the street, la-hind his
'master, aro, well worth translating, uul'woul 1 not
only amuse but icstruct a t-ood many.
Jilt Fourth. L-t Tiioslay, tin? ISth in-t.. s
I j.r-liinln ry nnH thur uf Aint-ikan citi7onc w:i? IioM
j at A. J. CartwTitrht' ctiinitin-iwni, at which a
(Vinmittec was ajpiinte.l to prt-frftre a pngrmiiie
f..r tin- cvlel -ration of the cuMiinjr f uiih i t" July, ainl
to call a public ineetin;'. The uiivtioir was luM on
Thurs.hiv eveninir. at the auction lX'U of C S. D.ir-
tow, and was numerously attended. Lr. J.hn S.
Chairman, Mr. II. A. P. Carter, and after discussion,
adapted entire. The to'louiug is the programme of
exercises for the Fourth :
Rco-l'titHi t,f t'aj.l. It-yii..U ri'id l!i t". S Naval o:Tnts ..f
.aci-iir.jniMa, at K;'.a aiah.io 1 liuicll.l 10..'I.H'k A. M.
M i-,- l.v l In- l.an.I.
A.lilrr-".. V. lc..iii.-. l.y J. W. Au-lin. I'ridoul ..f l.iy.
Siiiine l t Sic I'll. .ic.
I'myiT hy lit.- H.-v. s. . Ijiimi.
O, at;. m tiy i!ti- II' v. 1'.. Crw.u.
SinStiis ! lit." I Ifir.
MUflC lit" lllf UlliJ.
At sunrise and sunset there will le silutes of 13
guns e.ich, and at noou oS guns being, one for each
State. These salutes will be fired by the Hawaiian i
, Artillery, the use of the guns aiid the services of the .
tiinips having leen kindly t.flercvl for the occasion by
His Excellency Governor LMminis. Various Com- ;
mittees wei-e apjH.mteil to attend to the details ot the
day on music, salutes, church decorations, recep-
tion of the United States naval officers, at the .wharf
; ami at the church, etc. A committee of eight was
j also appointed to act as uhers, to seat ji-sons in the
Church tin the Lhiy.
It was voted that a special invitation le extended
: to all who had been engaged during the late war, in
establishing the glory of the national arms, in fight
' ing for their country's flag. Thanks were then voted
:' to Gov. lkimiuis and Mr. ISartow, to the first for the
' use of the artillery, and to the latter for the use of
his room. On the call of the Finance Committee,
'. numbers of patriotic Americans came forward and
subscribed the sum of $300 towards the expenses of
, July celebrating the Hay.
Eloquent speeches were
,uil''e '0" 'r- '
Carter aud others, and the
I W0U"J "P WltU tbn 1VUSl"S Cl'',"S ,or U'e
! 1IwUse of 1Irown at KiuaM.
! Molokai, was consumexl by fire, on Friday night, the
I . , ... , . -
; th instant. The house a.ljome.l the premises occu-
f : i i.. t1 iv....-.. 1.;.... ....T,. VI 4m
I" ""B . 'o "-v .
j the windward side of the latter building.
! "S"1 m quetto.., m w am. x o cock, ti.e
.. .a .- tl 1 t -I .1 .1 ...
; sister 01 .ll . tvoiTers w US uiruset oy tne li.liiili oi u
. , . 111 . . i . 1.1
' 1'" mthe yard, and shortly afterwanls heard a
orse galloping awa iiiougn u was niot.nugui,
she was not able to discover the intruder. However,
in a few minutes the thatch naif of the ISrown
houc was discovered to 1 on fire. A shower of rain
aloi.e prevented the house of Mr. Rogers from shar
ing the fate of its neighbor. A bunch of horse hair
was found, which had been used to fasten the torch
of the incendiary to a stick, in order to reach the
thatch. Suspicion fell upon Isaia, who was arrested,
and has been committed by Judge Jones, for trial at
the next Circuit Court at Lahaiua. Gazette.
Flmale SiTT Kor Our cotemporary a short time
i since Hiiecred ut the American Senate for its vote on
l.ro,Mitiou to amend the National Constitution so
: as to allow women to vote. What will it say now of
!,,....... .r.:t. ..l,.
! itlv JI l visit A ui ii:iueitt iui tto luciit t otc to. tuv is.tt.iv
question ? The telegraph announces that a motion to
! 1 o t
amend the reform bill SO as to allow Women to Vote
,-oi.vte.l l.v n .loiim itv t.f T1 " The House of
WaS "U'' l,y a m.ljollty OI 1-1. llie itOUsC 01
Commons consists of about GJiO members. If there
. t Me8srs. D. puhi and S. Kamakahi for the
I Island or Hawaii, have recci veil licenses to perioral
! . - , -,t o
t tlie marriage ceremony, in aecoitlunce with Sei.-tion
i - . ... .
l-"; of the Civil Code Application has
- , . ,r , A. , , . ... i i
lieen uimle to Hon. A. M. Kahalewai, Circuit Judge
- .iry.-ij-.l .x.
0f Maui, by H. Daniels, for the appointment of an
, . . . . e r i vr
uuuiiiiininiuir on tut; tcuiic vt v. x '. ..tt,itiiiiti i n,
, - T . . , . . -, ... no,.- iV .
late of Lahaina, deceased, April 4th, 180i. netl-
, ,f.., , , T i . - . i e
rto.ln,. flirt llltli title rtt .llilv nprf la nnttfiinlliil fill
hearing the said petition at the Court House, Lahaina.
Tiie Koxa Coffee Chop. We learn from Kona,
Hawaii, that the coming crop of coffee bids fair to
be a very good one, the blight, which has in former
years been so destructive, having in very many lo-
calities quite disappeared. The crop for this year
1 will, it is estimated, amount to not far from 250,000
pounds', worth in Kona (and paid for there in cash
and goods) say 35,000. There is no reason why in
time, under favorable circumstances, Kona should
not produce a million pounds of coffee per anu'im.
New Book. Hawaiian literature is alwut to be
enlarged by the publication of a commentary on the
gospel of St. Matthew, which during the past year,
has been prepare.! by the Rev. J. F. Pogue. Hitherto
no commentary on tbe Scriptures in the vernacular
has ever lieen prewired, and the need of such a look
now that Hawaiia ns are lieing inducted into the sacred
olliec, is very apparent. The work thus liegun, as
well as its extension to the other books of the sacred
text, will le a valuable assistant not only to the min
isters but to the religious portion of the Hawaiian
community at large. G-jzette.
A Doudle Picture. Horace Crabb, at the photo
graphic establishment over the Advertiser printing
office, has succeeded in getting very pretty double
pictures. That is, two likenesses of the same person
on one plate in different attitudes. Go and try for
PiiOTOiiu.vrnic. We have received from Messrs.
Crabb and Meek, a photograph of the new Public
Fountain. It is well taken, and to those abroad will
give a good idea ot the pioneer fountain of Honolulu.
St. John's Day. Next Monday, June 24th, is
St. John the Baptist's day, usually observed by Free
Masons as a festival. We notice that the Grand
Lodge of California purpose having a public celebra
tion on that day.
Anniversaries of noted Battles. Monday,
June 17, was the ninety-second anniversary of the
battle of Bunker Hill. On the 18th, occurred the
famous battle of Waterloo, when Napoleon I. was
defeated by the Allies.
The King. By arrivals from Molokai, during t1
K.s.g laltc M.t.va .uachmeiy, .... on fcairar iy10
past week, we learn that His Majesty was at Kauna
kakai, in excellent health, and occupying himself
with fishing, gunning, planting taro, &c.
To the Editor of the P. C. Advertises:
Sir In your coin ments on the doings of the Agri-
cultural " your last issue, you have ma-le
the folIow,nS "kMrtion, the inaccuracy of which, as
"S" iu l'""". compels me to ask the ordinary
courtesy of P'yng through the same medium :
u But why not cme out with a.'l the fact in the rase and
state that the President of the Society, having purchased f..r
himself a lot of ground in fee simple, mauka of Mrs. Arm
stroiic's, for a building lot, proiirMed to If axe another lot alnng
lide. o f hit for the puriiose of a public garden to be improved at
the expense of the Agricultural rss-iety. Findine the poj.ular
current rtther strong against his plans, he has gold the lot he
purdnised of Mrs. Ariustrouir at a handsome advauce, aud is
uow probably ready to try w.uie other locality."
You could easily have learned the true state of
facts in relation to the matter, by a simple reference
to publicly recorded documents, before hazarding a
al.ilAmAnl c. rit.r Anv.niw.tia , r..l art i.cil.r tHtft. tt.1
The f:lcts are 8-impl- a3 foUows . x,ie LaTirJK
1 st.ld its garlen in January last to Queen Emma, I, on
; its lhalf, opened a negotiation with Queen Kal.mia
i for the purchase of her lot near Emma street, but
j which Her Majesty declined to sell. She however
j signed a proposal to lease it to the Society for fifty
i years, and which bears date the i 21st of February,
! aud which has been always accessible to all who
; cared to see it ; the possession of the whole of the
I-remises to be delivered on the 1st of July next. At
that time, and for long afterwards, I had not the
siigtiiesi Liea oi parting wan my iorraer residence,
and assuredly I had neither the necessity nor incl
ation to purchase another.
flu the sale of my old home to Dr. Hutchison in April last,
and which va. carried into effect by a deed dated the 10th of
that mouth, I set to work to find a suitable site for another
.lwvfiine; and having procured Mrs. Armstrong's consent to
"lithe in it k i pinion of her lot, ailj .iitjis; Uuf-n Kaia taa '
k. t javooJ it l.y tiil Jute I IJiti of thp Kaitie in.iib
.(Ai.l. IU.iIi ihfso inliiim.nK fii" duly rNs.K J, M
: n-vt:.4i f Hi. iu. aiul o I Uucrii K:iJ.iii.t' .r, unifl
.1, l.t. :lr.tlt- -sh iusiv. ly tliat tin' i-un-luiso of Mr. Arm-
' tKmK I.., ntartv Itta Hionlit art.r tbe nigiwture of ll.-r
j M;i KtvV o d. I::v.t ah-ul an luuelt M do il it h.l
I Willi tin l i! Uioar tviigx' it Hit- r vf Im.-i'4 '.
T1j.ii I wu alt c Ij. induced lo w-il the Animtrmm l"t to
!.,. s-lk-r.. in al ol r Lu.L.l a.l ii.t-t iuunifitv.it t-fforu
iu the i-;tux- of (.uttli:.!; IUii.an f tualr.. aotild aiiar to
m. a I'urtHy .nvtito r ikU uir. 1101 ni-xAr- 10 ur uuuic
ni:. it. r i'utlu' t-.m.t :it or 'tobiw.
That I . and m.11 anu eiai. rutily inniviH-e.l. m ilw -Uv-
tiHj of a iio l.tr a n. a r.nide.iv. ! an aiivu iy l. rvridc near
Itle IKK saoleii i. the S.K i. ty. tif ili;- tl.st.iV i.tiri"" .if er.Ui-
. . t. ... liitioivititltM.
S. Uiv the tfti iit ..I auv lUtle s-i-ill "t r. rieiM-e I may !
sui-i-ovd l. ises in that d. urlii:nit, hy beiu.si.till more omi- ; Jeativas excites appre!;cH:'itins thtt "i.1ilar fwvef
ve.iMitiy ..iiiat.il t .uivriut. u.t it .res and uiawm-nhiit, ; , j ir.ielieft i: the -as,. I(f tl:r I'rini e ainF
I am liw t.i ci:f.s ; and il my i:i,.iive m tl.U P.TT trd lie ,. . 1 uta.!.l,.r!,..
r. ,.rel.. . ,.!.;.- a, i . tun. U.e .,ar . arret.! - a?.u.,st me, I Ins altett troops. MicN aeventy vVeuld U- tfi.ri.!.s
1.1 m aiU.ngiv ul.mii to in d.vrer. ' to the cause ot" M. xico. W'l t tl'.e l.epllbl'n v-
In e.ai.'hi-.itii. ail-.w me t.t ic-ii- that I much Tvrret to ivr
Ceivr, on y.ur )il, a r..utitiuaiH-e ..I ttial .Kt sinrit oi thi.ii
i ............ i...,. ...... ...... ...i.lii..il I. ... I 1.....H1 v.Mir l.r.t-
j fcvsi.iu and tin- ta-nii.i.i t a i.r.iiiineiit ietiii.m in au.ht r
j si h. re. wlii. h w.m!d serin t.i me t.i involve Uk-duty el suhdu-
! ii.tf lite lti if and evhibituu: a spirit t. amity toward U
! r.um would l.v llii time have l.t.urlit y. lo lay aside. Heur-
i.... t .ri.-.......
. ill. w i.ntiu lull tile iin."e.i nitAkiiiH.il. v. . . uu.
. tt'hicli it is mi dtTire to cultivate hercallcr,
" 1 :un. y.mns Ac, J- Montoomrky.
klvlvrks. e jusort tne awve wuu pieautv.
n mm- . , a . . i
Mr. M. would have made an excellent preacher.
Pre.whing not practice is his forte. If he thinks we
have anv w?rsv.ual aninusity against him, we will
,. . " - , .
dt.nctly state that we have none. It is only fis
President of a national society that he has received
1 any notice from us; and the tenacity with which he
1 clings to that position, shows how desirous he is for a
i T . .... -
; continuance of the notoriety which he is receiving.
1 No one for a moment will doubt his statement that
' he has " an anxiety to reside near the new garden,
j for the " purjxise of gratifying his ruling passion,
and to which he w ishes to devote his time and ener
gies; but how will he make his statement chime with
the declaration made at the meeting of the Agricul
tural Society, that unless he was re-elected President,
he should do nothing to assist or promote the inter
ests of the Sticiety ? What he uttered was understood
by those present to be in the nature of a threat
Mr. M.'s statement of the facts regarding his pur
chase and sale of the Armstrong lot do not materially
alter our previous version. The location of the gar-
den there was and is still sought for to enhance the
f value of his private property at the sacrifice of public
j interests. If this is not endeavoring to make money
' out t.f a public institution and at the public expeuse,
j we should like to know what is. If Mr. M. docs not
j wish his private a flairs brought before the public, he
has only to retire from a position, where he is a clog
; and hindrance to the development and success of a
worthy public institution; and like other citizens,
j rely on his individual efforts and means to im
! prove his property and draw forth whatever admira
tion Ins taste an.l sKill may merit.
OREIGN fJEVS !
Arrival of .he Bark " D. C. Murray."
The favorite bark 1). C. Murray arrived yester
day afternoon 12 days from San Francisco, bring
ing the New York mail of May lltli ,and San Fran
cisco dattM to the 9th of June.
General McCook, American Minister Resident,
and bis wife are among the passengers.
Bark Comet, Captain John Paty, arrived at
San Francisco on the 5lh of Juno, having bad a
flying trip of only 13 days. She will leave on her
return about the ICth.
She littKjnl sailed with the Murray, and will
probably arrive to-tlay.
His Ex. C. C. Harris and Consul Wilson left San
Francisco for New York in the steamer of June 1.
The Eastern news is quite unimportant, no tele
grams later than June 1 having been received.
Gold was quoted 137 at that date.
Tbe news from Europe indicates that the war
fever has not passed off. France was still arming,
and had purchased two American iron-clads.
Prussia had also sent to purchase two iron-clads
from the American Government.
The reform bill in England appears not to have
been finally settled. A liberal proposi 'on to re
strict one representative to 75,000 inhabitants in
boroughs had passed by 127 majority over minis
Maximilian is reported to have been shot, with
all his officers over the grade of lieutenant. The
report, however, was not generally believed.
The Legislature of Massachusetts has rejected
the eight hour bill. That of Ohio "has done the
Ristori played a farew ell engagement of about a
week in New York early in May. Her American
prolits are about $200,000.
A careo of wheat, originally shipped from San
Francisco to France and brought thence to New
j York, was lately week sent to Chicago.
The African slave trade still flourishes. Over
j six thousand have been landed in Cuba within a
I few months.
j The Times correspondence says the war against
l Chile and Peru will soon be renewed with vigor.
The Spanish squadron which left bantiago will be
joined at Montevideo by the iron-clad Xumaucia
and other war vessels.
It is said the ladies of Alabama use coacoa nut
shells for waterfalls, and that properly put on they
are beautiful. Improvements are every where.
The population of thirty-seven States last Novem
I ber. according to returns from the revenue districts
I made to the l S. Census Bureau, was 34,100,255 ;
iucluding the Territories, 34,505,882.
I Horace Greeley in an editorial over his own sig
! nature, denies having influenced Judge Underwood
I to bail Jeff. Davis, lie says he went to Richmond
I and signed the bond because the leading counsel
! for tlie prisoner deemed it important that he should
j do so.
I The Mayor of Philadelphia has ordered the tn
j forcenient of the Liquor law passed by the Legist :t
I ture prohibiting the sale of liquor between mid
i night and sunrise, and also on Sunday.
Hon. Geo. Bancroft has notified the State Depart
! tnent that he accepts the mission to Prussia.
Last evening a party of Peimsylvani capitalists
numbering about twenty arrived at Richmond on a
i iirosuectiiig tour through the Slate. It is said that
: they represent forty millions of capital, and that j
. e t-: : . - . 1 . 1 . . . 1 , !
I tue resources 01 lrguna in tue suape 01 coai aim
: tobacco, will receive new impetus from their visit.
! It has been fully proven before the Judiciary
j Committee that pardons were transmitted .South '
Adam's Express marked ''1fA"p XITCT-rrc ' oy
I iv..- - B4, C. 0. Dv' but the
l' ltv-HTTcnt was not ilirectly implicated,
j Charles B., youngest son of Frederick Douglass,
has been appointed a clerk of the Freedmen's
. Xllltilll. t
j A shipyard at Baltimore, owne-t and managed I
j entirely by colored men, cleare-' J.000 last year, j
; or 20 per cent. j
Gran the manager of Ristori. is the man who is i
going to bring Dickens out to America. j
A Great City. The expenditures of the muni- j
cipal corporation known as the city of New York ;
for ISCC amounted to over 21,1.00,000 and its in- f
come was about the same. The city debt is about j
equal to a year's income.
In illustration of the perfect condition to which the
working of the Atlantic cable has been brought it j
: is mentioned that recently, in the business of three j
entire days, during which messages were transmit- :
i ted containing 24.440 letters (or 4X,i?0 letters !
when doubled for repetition.) the repetitions ;
! showed a mistake of only one letter, consisting in 1
: tte substitution of Pattn-son for Patteson. j
; In Singapore the " man-eating " tigers are so
; numerous that the natives and Chinese are said to 1
be carried off at the rate of a man a day. So used !
; have they become to mich accidents, that wh.-n a !
Chinese cooly sees a tiger trotting alter him. with
, an evident view to dining, he quietly sits down, i
and resigns himself to his fate. i
: London, May 20th. The city of London havinir 1
voted 13.10 toward the erection c?f a staTue of K I
Peabodv. the Oueen to-tbiv Ui.i tf, ,rt.r ...,..
. .. - . :
in tue presence oi a vast assemblage. The cere
monies were magnificent and impressive, and the
! enthusiasm of the populace very great.
The Fate op Dr. Livimwtoxe. Information had
! reached the British Admiralty, which dispels the
last faint hope r f the fate of Dr. Livingstone. The
; Times ff India publishes additional evidence that
tlie great explorer is dead
An Arab had brought '
intetr.Lrenre hich l..flv. rmr.tiv. on.. r.,, ..,....
ie ...... t- . . , . -j.--rf.s.-. r.. ,
li tue iii;tu j.s io oe oeiieved, lie saw LiviD"stone
receive ms tieatu Dlow. 1
Named. The new ship built at Die yard of Chaa. Mallory
I & Sons, in New London, last autumn, hits juwt be.n ri?2ed, and
; haa lreen named iiie Twilight. tlie left that port Thursday
, morrins for New York, where she istolor.d for dan Francisco,
j IZrrZ ZTSZ'SV; !
j I'm oiailt ti a IHti that a ploefiioti ihloiirli
the sirccls ..' London would lirg." tlMli I In' go'.
eminent ti l.iko thi-ir pu--nt .iiIMi.in itit
sidoiiilioii." a nuiiitM-r of nnempJoyed. Viitv iiigtrotn
3.XI' to ".0t'tl. caihereil tog.-ilier rl hkihImmI
through the lfifts galliering alms as 5y jiasctl
along. The best possibb- unler prevnileil uwolig
the ircosiiin. On piiw-infr ui Mih-1 Stnt-I ut il.'
! Strand llio u:vtiir-s. of the desiilule men Ultracled
, minimi Hie t)ua ill-s- oi uw ties
j mill h Bttetrtion.
Mvxivm.J.VN i-rret.trT Sewsr.I ticnf tho f.illnw
' ing dispatch t Mr. Cvtuj bell at Sow t rlearts :
i .. y. ,.aptw,-K- of the lrinT Maiheilinn. In Qvc
retiiro. by liw Kepitnlioati arms. jM'eMvc pronaine.
The reiiol'tiMl St verity WVrtcttetil ll tl pi iiei"J
teni throughout the world. Yoit w ill cmi'.TtiiitlPH
t l'resi.b-nt Juarez promptly, nnd by etli cf.i:V
eans. the desire of tlii tbivtrntuent that in ca
; 0f capture the IVlIlce and his .pei itR lil.IV ri'-
: p0JVt ;. humane treatment itilolilfj iiy t ivilieil
. . .: , it'-Uonors ivf war."
j '! , ', . L , OI war. .-..,. I,,
tliitlie Siliot Anril a. riH'Ssfti CtT xasst'ttl to
-- , .j
Juarez with the request.
Wonin Fitly Swki:v. The
....,. , ..., ;, ;l, -,,;,,,,.!
. Cl.;n. ;f ,t permits the condemned Fenians to bf
j hnimed. br. savs that free-spoken and truthful
journal. theSomhern States of America, with whom
I the ldiglish (.Jovei ninent svmiiaihized. had not on
j Ma f t(() cai!S(, ,o ti;hA ,iK.h ,risIl liav, nnJ
; j,aV(. in,i t any limt wiiliin the last halt century !
j Ireland nuiv have halt justice sometime ir other
! Uovernmeu. w ill do as this tia ' P'
I against misrule there but as the great, crowning
, oyil Js ;injt,,.,iisul. We can scarcelT ew hoMMhf
i people are to rid theiust lvcH of it without Mkrftvf-
The Fate ou M iximii.iax. Our anticipations of
the fate of .Maximilian as indicated in yesterday V
.Ilia, appear to have been but too w ell founded, m
w ill tie seen by reference to our telegraphic dis
patches. Since" the dispatch announcing that Juarea
had ordered the execution ot Maximilian and his
Generals came to hand, we have been shown fill
autograph letter from Juarez, received by tlie last
steamer, winch clearly foreshadows tne late oi
Maximilian, though not in express terms, lm;
President writes: - Within two months this conflict
will be ended by the unconditional s-irrender of the
enemy. We shall not ngniu commit ourselves to
any terms whatever ; the time for such rnncession
is past.' It may now be eomudercd certain that
the second would-be Emperor of Mexico has per
ished like the first, amid the ruins rr the fabric he
sought to rear on American soil. Xaxiiuitian was
less culpable alter all than those -who, tool and
dupe he was. and republicans throughout the worbl
will regret that the Mexican Commander were
none of them powerful enough, or willing, if able,
to avert the bloody tragedy w hich ended liist career,
and closes one of "the most fearlul .chapters in the
history of the New World. .-Ittu.
Boom's Diary. New York May 21. Booth'
diary has been published, and is "simply a defease
of hi's own at tion. Under date of April 13th and -t
14th, he says: "Until to-day nothing was ever
thought of sacrificing to our country 'a wrongs.
For six mouths we have worked to capture hut
our cause being almost lost something deoislveianil
great must be done. Its failure wits ow ing to ..til
ers, who did not striko for their country wilh any
heart. I struck boldly ; I Walked wilh A firm utep
through thousands of his friends ; was stopM-d,hilt .
pushed on. A colonel wns at his side. 1 aliouted.
Sie Semjwr TyraMiia t before I fired. . In jumping :
I broke my leg. I passed by all his pickets, and .
rode sixty miles that night with the bone of my leg
tearing the flesh at every jump. . I cam diever repent
it. Though we hated to kill, our country owed all
her troubles to him, and God simply made me an
instrument in bis punishment. Our country is not
what it was : his forced Union is hot what I have
loved. I care not what becomes of me ; 1 have no
desire to outlive my country. The night before
the deed I wrote a long article and left it for one
of the editors of the Xutional Jntelliijencer, in which
Ifully set forth our reasons for proceedings."
Under date of the 21st, the Diary says : " 1 nm
here in despair ; looked upou as a common cut
throat, serving a degenerate country. My action Is
purer than Brutus or Tell. What I have done fills
uie w ith horror. God try to forgive me ; bless my
mother. To-night I will once more try to cross the
river. I have almost a mind to return to Washing
ton and clear, my name. God spare me from the
death of a criminal."
The Tribune publishes Baker's exciting narrative
of the Recret service, which discloses Mrs. Su t rait's
confession, when Baker was concealed.
Booth was buried under the old I'enilontlary, in
the cell formerly used by the Ordnauce Department
The latest dispatches confirm the defeat of Omar
Pacha in Candia.
The Sultan has granted the title of King to the
Viceroy of Egypt.
In the Commons an amendment to the Reform
bill, pointing to female suffrage, was rejected by
121 majority. The amendment proposing a X10
franchise was also defeated.
The London .S'for says : " It is a crime to execute
Fenians. They are more justifiable than the South
erners for their rebellion.7'
The use ti .he palace of the Tuileries has been
offered to the Czar while in Paris.
The King of Greece has gone to St Petersburg
to marry the daughter of the Grand Duke Con
stantine. The Koyal Thames Yacht Club have thrown open
their sailing matches to all America.
London, May 25th Evening. Lord Derby of
ficially announces that Burke will surely be banged.
Russia and Denmark are negotiating a wttle
nKMit of the North Schlcswig question.
The Emperors of Bussia, Prussia, and Anslria,
also the Sultan of Turkey, will be in Paris iu two
Dates from Europe by mail are to May 7lh. The
London Times condemned the Government for al
lowing the Itcforin demonstration on the (ith. Five
thousand police and numerous bodies of military
were held in readiness. Everything passed oft
orderly. Fifty thousand persons were present.
The Suez Canal is open for merchandise. It will
be completed for ships in thirty months.
Spanish papers deny the reports of revolutionary
Two wealthy and youthful Earls have just fallen
victims to that scourge of the climate, consump
tion, viz: Earl Brownlow, at the age of 24, and
Earl Uivers. at the age of 17. The rent roll of the
former produced 120,000 a year, and. that of the
latter 60,0(10 a year.
The Times' correspondent says the Spanish diffi
culty is settled and the iron-clads. have been or
dered back to Malta.
The Jfi'rahl's correspondent says Russia is grad
ually encircling the Turkish provinces with troops.
Large bodies are between Kais and Tiflis, wbilc..
the country between Kais and Erzerouinis scoureci.;
by the Russian cavalry. There are 150,000 troops,
tln-re, which is a stronger force than ever. Odcsruv
is filled with troops. -..
...a isititi(r lh? Vo-- iwxc' (Jan-..
"WekVinv. Count Bismark has made in iki""'
man Parliament an important statement w it 4 regard. ;
to the expansion of the Confederation. Ia reply to ,
an inquiry a to the obstacles existing to tae entry of '
the w hole of Hesse-Darmstadt (of which only one-
province belongs to the Confederation ), ho said;
il.i. nri.trioii a t.t tio.lt o ctfo. 1 1. ...... n . ..e 1....1.I.
i - i mt.- wusvut ui aunia,
of the South German States, and of the people
must be obtained. The unswer shows that the
Prussian government is determined to disregard
i"l''fereiice of Napoleon ia purely German
via Panama we have Sv.lnev n-mera . .
, , ,1.avo.feaneJr P-Per to Apnl 1.
w e gleaa the rolIOwnR mtt-lligence :
The population of New South Wales, on the Slut
of Iv'cb('r last, was 431.414, of whom 239,823
w,;rc" lnaI''8. ad 191,587 femalen.
Tin: skeleton of a whale 95 feet long has been
washed ashore at Melbourne heads,
The jie.td of the various gold fields continue-
very satisfactory and the amount of gold evp.irtd
dining the present year is larger than duritiir the
first quarter of iHob".
The ship Btst.rard Ho, from New York, arrU2.
here on the !lh of March, after having been ia eol-
lision with an iceberg, which she struck sUmon.'
carrying away all her upper deck out of in Dlace
Ib-r sate arrival here in such a plight BeeW 'little
short of a miracle.
T,,e rtoUl ''"anti,y of co?1 PoHutl t-on Net,,
? tXlZlrrV' r "S'
""rT i ormo h mcieaw for a kaigle yeas o
not, less limn u iiinn.
Freights are ruling very high ; 32n to 3-ij is of
fered lor coals to San Francisco ; 2." hasbes-n paid
for coals to Shanghai. Tonnage ia scarce.
The exports t.f wool of the clip, of 18CC, from Oc
tober to the end of March, amounted to 153.052
bnlei an increase of 22.000 hales over the bre-
A number of vessels had sailed from Colonial
ports or were on the berth for San Francic... some
of w hich may touch here : Sailed l.nrSs Jlr?v
and Celeatia, from Sydney : Ortk'arul upd Gen. CobL
from Newcastle. To Sail ships TToratUXtrd LXjiihJ,
Burlinrjton, Australia (1400 torn DoVaU,si (800
i tons), and brig .4ca.