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BY E. P. ADAMS.
OX WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER llth.
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Familj Crocerj and I'rtd Storr !
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FOR SALE TO AitRIVE!
4C kV . STEtM COIL.
BM. Tar. PUJi.
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OAS PLANS. BOAT BOARDS.
Wlutr t'M Trwt. Bkw Ct TWI,
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bxtkury tlurta. 0xk irkUa,
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Jt 1a Tjmah.
Itl? ne Oil,
VILIOV UtUIS HI1XUW CIES, tIPM 4. ICS.
NEW BEDFORD OIL SHOOKS!
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La r r mu Ktetka.
LV . C. .Ws
L a AtUntas
Lo-a . i.i"r.
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t-a V t mica
i Friae Pork,
Or. Bhlc FAmily Pork.
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OARS, Assorted Sizes.
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CY C. S. DARTOW.
The Kaiwiki Sugar Plantation
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At 1 iitli Vtift in,
Oa Monday, the 9th day of Spteiubr, 18C7
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TUESDAY. - - SEPTEMBER
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A Lot of Superior Furniture. Coaistirg of
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Ir? Shook :it
- SEPT. 19th.
On THURSDAY. - - -
in r'n-nt '" 'iwn'u.' i
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About 3.700 Suar Keg Shooki.
Ukukiwi tHrti Trrmt l.ikrral
Superior Uourhultl (Furoiturr !
At AlCTI y
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On Friday, - - - Sept. 20th,
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PIUMEVILLC M GAR PLANTATION,
Island of Kauai,
For Sale at Vnction.
Y VIRTt'i V AN ORDCR ll F.U OIT
IU IE -LD AT Pl'BLIi- CCTI. o!
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER ISth !
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PKI.CEVIM.U EMHIVILLK. K A LI III
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im lb 4tr.'f lUnw l.r'. ui a,.ui. aa4 ttu4.0 U
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mill?. HACHiMtar. CAars.
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WantedA Suar Boiler.
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Fall Season 1067!
C. L RICHARDS & GO.
HAY II MV 0. II AMI
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IkjMMM to Afi'ivi'
LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
SHIP CHA.XDLHItY !
Ever Imported into Honolulu.
CO.SIT!(i 1 l'.ll:T OF:
AMERICAN COTTON CANVAS,
No. 1 to No. 10.
COTTON TWINE. 6 to 10 Ply.
CASES YELLOW METAL,
KEGS COMPOSITION NAILS.
150.00U Lbs. Dread,
500 Barrels Beef,
300 Barrels Iork,
California and New Bedford Flour.
SKW UKIX'OKI) WIIAL.E L.1.VIC.
1000 To-"le Irons.
Ah Oars, from l to 2 feet.
IJOXKS IIO.MH LANCES,
LariTt. and Small.
XKW CKDF0K1) UHALE BOATS,
OijuM'th Iii'ttom tii.J Ctnltr Hoard.
Manila Kopo, from one to iive 5c half inches.
Nrw Bd ford Cutting Falls.
Hemp Hope frutn 2 to 10 inches.
LaJyari Stutf, Bolt Hope,
Spunyani, Seizing1, ice., ice.
Sail Needles, for all porta of work.
Paint, Varnish and
m:us i:asti:is.v m;TTEit.
VKCKTABLtH A M Fit I' ITS IX TINS.
15000 Lbs. CALIFORNIA NEW BEANS.
Spices of all description.
NEW KONA COFFEE.
NEW CAUL POTATOES.
MOLASSKS AI srCiAK.
IV7IVrl',?,,, Of Every Description.
Paint Oil. Purnp Boxes.
Cooper's Bivcts, 3.1 to M ;
Coop;ra Setts, Anvils,
Hi nmra. Driver' ami Punches.
A Completer Assortiaciit of llofks
a i.. I ThiinMps,
Patent and IJuh B!kLs,
SMv a!! siz-.
Mail Hmp-i and Jil I links.
IJ.nt I Jolt.
Tirnlir rH and Kiiec.
Ura and Iron S.-r-w, all si".
IIri-- and Iron Wir Sievi",
F I lorn", Knives,
Sr.ths and l!"lt,
Anj'f J!iff, iirnMeta,
Sj-.k1 Shava. Si nd l'ipr,
Fi"h ll'. Palms,
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ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE.
Ne'ei-wry to Fit Out Ship.
WIIAI.K AM .MK IIC HA NT SHIPS,
EXCHAflOE TAKEN 0.V ALL PARTS
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Kuiiiuiiio, II. ii. I. K. Kuanlii.
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I i'uMstirikk ti l'Ki.Mi.Mi His i'.x. C ilo Va,rij;iiy,
I llu tU. S. H. l'ltilliiM.
II. .ii. S. V. M tlif'.vtik j.rwiilol a nwlmi.-n:
I " That l art nj.irt fir the t-jjvii-i t-f tlti
( sijwial sk-mou."
' Mix I'l. 1'. lv Vitriny uitvtl that it l lint !! la
thtr t ..iiiiiutt.tJ 011 r inaiicc. 1 lie aiut'ti.riit'iit win
a.-v I.rNl an 1 the iu..ti..n i-itrrie-l.
IK-ii. II. r.lu ji iu..-. th:tt the l.ill to carry 1
into t-lfivt k l''iiteiili.li fr t iiiuu'rvi.vl Ktv'nrvily j
itU the l'uitel SluU-s t.f Atuertc.t," I l.ik. ii uj in
I '1111111111100 t f the Imle. lrriel. 1
II.. 11. II. A. Kahiuiu k.Kiiite.l I'liairnmii.
Ihe lull M:t rva.l, au 1 a iutiu iu:t lo y 1 1.. 11.
Ii. 1:Lh.i that the Mil )i-v it rv..lrl iv.t.lm.
II .11. 1. K. K.iUani moved that it l iu li linitfly
Il.11. S. II. rhiUi .t .li.l that ultliuuli the htitti.-ti.vt
hivh he ihol to lay la-l.re the ll.-tt-e h. lavn ill
the li:tii l -f com jtt-nt and ililient trt they
crv not rv.uly. This treaty to,s not I'.-r j.liti.-al
urne?. Lilt tor tnt'le an 1 eoiiimerxe. The lnile.
M.tt.-. ol..iin.-l no Klitii'al alvaiitaea lieiv. m-r 1 1 1.4 ;
Majty any in the I nitel States. It lai'inn .j-r that
.tii li a treaty huh e&i.-t Itwtvn tliee nations. The
I'nitol Stated were our nearer UeihlHrs. It if luttu-
j ral that our i-iiici tl triple fhoul.i le with the it
of n tnmoLi'i'. flitters lutxe cliantt iiuuli 111
twenty yean. ThU Wt-ru c.it was then u jmil
of Me&ico The acquisition of this Territory aii.l
the li.covery of goM lias m.i'le a great ililli-reiica '
with us. V hulers were then the I'l incij.-al L-itors;
now all is liiuch changed. Therefore, it la.aliiaives us '
to arrange our lu.-iiu-s matters w ith great ju.IgiiH'iit.
I ll.e a4icy of this Oowrnuielit lias been trieiully
I with the l'liiti-I iUti-s. The i.-its of whal-hi.s
I lii I ven a t-ouree of great protit. The United ,
j Suites have always i Jti're!.--! a very friendly feeling
I towanls Uj, iu a great many ways. A voir h.ts not
! -lavl cince one of the lu.ist jwerful vessels of the
j I'nited States brought ljucvu Kiimia here. When a ,
: j-owerful nation is growing up beside us, it will exert
j a great intluctice with us.
Ihc oeiiiiig of the 1 aluorma market wrought a
great change with us. Merchants swarmed here uud .
j taught a'.l we could sii'.i.ly. It was at once found ,
that a great market was .j.ciie.l for the agricultural
I products of these islands sugar, rice and collco.
before the war iu the L'uited States their cxi-enscs '
; were small; they therefore imposed email duties,
lea, Coll'ee, &c, were lightly taxed, any attempt to
i tax was met with a howl, it was an attempt to tax
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. wie otr uiuu 0 ia.t. tttiigiva iti.ti wo.i.t a.it-.iiit ,
I to tax them. Were matters as of old we should not
I have to complain of high duties. Kvery one knows
the terrible and expensive war the United States '
has waged, and as a coiiseucnee they have had to
j lias wagei, an.i as a coiisopieiicc iiiey nave na.i 10
I devLe taxes of every dcsoiptioii. It has lai-otne a
necessity. Our products ate coustsiuoutlv heavily
! taxe-l suptr o cents; coffee 5 cents; ru-e".' -entS;
i molasses cents a gallon. The coums-uciicc is that
I all w ho raise these articli and seud them to California,
are weighe.1 with a heavy tax- IIU Majesty now wishes
j 11 pussioie oy lair lueuus to mi us vi tuts laxuiiou.
i We consider other interest as well as that of sugar
I planters. The whole agricultural interests of this
kingdom are impenlle.1. lhey will be broken Uowu
if this tax continues. All will suffer ; fruit, cotton.
sugar, rice and coffee growers will suH.-r alike. 1
I wish all to understand this. All will suffer. The !
natives think the sugrtr growers are foreign, and '
'. have 110 interests in common. This is a great mis-
. ttke. If there is one interest iu which the nation is
interested, it is the coflee interest, which needs but a
. small capital to carry it on. This treaty takes oil .
; five cents a pound, every j-mnd will la wanttd by
the United States, The liiomU-r of Kona must lak ,
to the interests of their constituents. Kice can le i
grown to an indeni.ite extent. S also f all fruits '
raLsl here. Tl.e raising of fruit will las of great 1
; imi'.rLance in time to come. It ha? not been hith- 1
; erto, for want of swift and regular conveyance. I
! We arc now to have steamers. This very day, an ;
I hour ago, the first steamer left for this rt. The
! Unite.1 States, actuated by a friendly feeling, ul- .
; sidize-l this line wilh an amount greater than the Ions
to your revenue by this treaty. Your oranges, ltan.
anas, limes and various fruits will be sent regularly :
; by these steamers. Those fruits are weighed jow 11 in
I the United Slates by heavy duties. It is our duty, '
1 if it can be honestly and honorably done, to remove .
t this incubus.
We have sent a Commissioner to Japan to secure
. advantages. We shall endeavor to secure advantages
' from every nation ia the world. After all, our near
! est market is the United States, and the principal
part of our g'K'-ls must go there. The .portion is
! hotr can we prevail upon the United States to give
j us u-h great advantage. They are a worl'ul mi-
! tion, with many millions of eope; their taxation is '
; on '.form in every State.
If the Unit"! States should consent to give up the
' iluties on all sugar., it w.ild amount to lo.nmi.ikki. .
If it was taken off these articles from other nations,
. we should have no tolvanta-re over oilier nations;
but, if the United States wiil ciiM-nt to take it off
' our sugars, and not of other sugars, we shall have a
! g'it a-lvaiitag. We s-ty to the I'nit.-l States your
! i.rts on the racifn: want snirs, if you will let
' our aiigirs go into their rts free, we will allow their
! krtitles to come in here free. They ure willing, und
, have met us h-tlf way.
We send fiftts-n to twenty millions of ..uiids of
j aug-ir at three cents a i-.iiii'l is l.'rfl.'MMl to
..ai.'ssi. We ar anxious to g. t rid of this great
tit. The ( liforiii.ins are anxious al to get rid of
tins tat. It is :-! mo very Isre mi amoiiut to the
U11H.-I Si ilea. It is nothing it' they can encourage
friendly relations. They have 110 other feeling than
a wish to l friendly. You can all see the justice iu
There ha lsan a crisis here it bu-inos, which
lemarids sui h iiitcrsit ion. 'Ihe fill in pi i. -is since 1
the war leva riux-l a disastrous t ttc of all tirs heie.
S.ine relief is inseis.try. and this tronty sts-ms to
all'.r I it. I'y this trr.tty we must let a!l evjs t to
get whst we want. If we get sul.t tntiillv what
tae s-lc, we slioiild I itisfn-l. Kvery interest
will pr-.fit to some evlenf. One soya, you have
not a.-1-iire.l Ihr a bnisi.i of w.s.l. Sheep growers
will siifl.-r. Hut if we are to have two plantations
for one, will not Ihe pi i. e of rattle mi I sheep a I-vali.-.
15-f.rn .ujrir pbtiiftioris were est.'ibihl.
Us-f r.rtil I 1 l-.o.'l.t for half tlc.t it can now.
Frry interest rno.t l--ii. fi le I. What do we piy
f. .r these grenf advanftea We agreo to admit the
krti. h-a 11 inl in lh treaty free of duty. Without
my fi'in-s I rmni.t s-iy lo-w much lh pr..bt'.e Ih.s
.f revenue will Is-. I hall hate liT fi'irt-a t.t-nior,
row, but from wht I now have I run asy the los
will i.ot Is .0 cre'tt a we first i'nsmi-l, nltil
:.''.'. 1 1 Who hss fs-en paiv .iig Ihis ,.:, 1 1 in lime.
ptslT liverilssly knows that tl.e duly 011 f. .dtm
g. ls is p'til by the consumer, loir cotton g.ss,
'l- iiiiiis, ."t'a., are tstr., fill I every -.r lo'lii who
wars them piy the 1st. If they come in free,
every one will Is" the gvilier to the - f ,-t.t of this 1st.
If this people bite to ts-tr a tutfion of a .liff reiit
.rt. I think lhey will rh.s-rf.illy pty it. I think if
Ihe property of Ihia Kifiir b-ni is ..is lly tuc I it wilt
! as fur, aa rolieet a duly the art i h a worn
ar.. ii--l ' y t'o -.r m in. i.y I'.e 1 on.tiiiitn.fi no
by this Assembly. It
1 Wk get all tliesM. a.lat.fajf.-a by anying w will
1 ol.tsiii ..iir rev Hue by a different y(ein of latsti..ii.
. We are lo have the potts t.f the I Intel Sl-it.-s om 11
t f. our ir,a,a,l. when ether toiti.-tis htve to psy doties,
I We h tll l-e khea l, si rents on tn.. 1- .'. rents on
; aufar, etis on rice, of all olher nttions; n we (
! pay no other price f.r this privilege thin I litio
1 l.ame-l. I let lil f'si g.rf.l a ehanee to 1-.-.I
' I an we aff-rd to aucli a barptin It is not t. I.
1 art ety mt'lrr to tnaVe barjiin wth the- gr.'nt
J i.s'i'.f.s. We are autftll. They cinti .l nlwivs b.p
! to t-artrvin with . I am ase. i lln-re ?... ,iim
! Ihir-jt in our tr'slies wilh .th.r titfiona which will 1
prevei.l fins trenfr with Hie I'liitr-I Slaite. I
No. 'Ihe eorr-ss.ti.efice in iir pts-is lately on
Ihia .ifit allles this .piction. If other n-.li .ns -- ,
I nt'lsicl and Frsie e - want their c.-s in free, lhey
nut all .w our r sIs in free I rati safely si r they
I will iierer rlaiui any a-lvantaife under this treaty. 1
j Th-vt Ihis treaty will result in irt..oi tant a Ivatifsif".
to thia kirigl-.in, I think I hive fviily h..wn the
I otil price we pkj is to ehaiip our eytern of t iti-
1 tioii. 'II. 14 tivaty will give a gtval iiu.ulc lo .d
. kin la t l.ii'iiK'w. It will l.iiii ra(.it .l II. I., our
; tounliy, an I we l 011 i.i..ic Iii.o llv n l .li- u.
wilh a ..witn! tmtiou.
1 he auive-'i' of ararii-iilturil inlfiv-t. w i!l ii.ui a
train line Tl.re l-l.ui.U cil.not help growing in
Irvi. -.tit ai I lli.j.lt tli.ae. Nor have I any fmr that
thiv o.-n.'.urv will 1 010 j r.n.i-' tl.e in 1. ' i. lrn.'e of
For n.y own -rt, although I have a-ride and loe
for my native Country, I can truly aay thi ineuauie
. I li-aughl with advantagr for l'o nn.lloii. Il la all
1111--01U11I in ".H..11, and l.uld l cart iully tli..iM
uud a. t.vl i..n. t ion. Iu ! I.y Hii.a, a. I
coinliii ii. l. that il has li .liti. al iiu.rt-io e
tl.- t what Will ITsull IVoiu Its givat Coliiliieivial a-l-V
Il.e al.e i only uu at-stract f Mr. l'lulii-.'
rental Lit I iki n down .y our rei.i t r, and in its
i-horl mid al.i i 1 ii l hardly .!. ju-ti. e the
sja-.tker. Ai lclieit. it was a mcft i.itv inciiig
argument, and uj-i-enn-l to hav a tcli.ng licet on
tl.c native N.iti,.u of the Atscinhl y. J
H -n. 1. Kal.iknii.v tuovt-l that the l.liiiiiit?c rira',
f..r tl.a reason, that the iciuarks I.y the II.41. gt-n-tleiiiun
have dou'.tlcss i.-inovol the doul.ls felt l-y
Rome of us. The meuila-rs have las-n iu doul.t from
koine arti.-l.-s whi.-lt he cured ngainst thib
tr-aly. Th-se .loul.Ls are How reiuuvt-l.
II. 'ii. L. Aholo move! the Committee adjourn until
the statistics of the Minister of Finance call I! Laid
Hon. 1. Kulakttua agaiu movisl that the ('oiitmit-t.-e
His Fx. i'. tie Varigny uiovtsl that the '.niiiiitt.-o
reja.rt progress And ask leave to sit again to-morrow.
This motion misting the vii-s ft Hon. l. Kala
kaiia, the motion whs .iit and carru-l.
Hon. II. Kahauu, I'll uriu tu, reiM.rttsI jirogrcsa.
Uu motion the House adjourned until to-iuoriow ut
Fmo.w, Sept. r.ih.
House met at 10 o'clock, uud oj,ciicd with player.
Minutes read and approved.
Hon. t IL ISishop, t'hiiiriiiiiii of the Finance Com
mit too, rc.il.-l uu the bill appropriating 57,'",
"That it was iu their opinion too large, and moved
that it l-o table I, and a bill appropriating 0,nmi I;
accepted in its slead."
Hon. C. de Vaiigny inuvcl that the report be ac-
Hon. J. W. Keawehunahala presented, on the jart
of the Committee iipMiintel to answer His Majesty's
fpecvh, draft of a reply.
Hon. .1. A. N". Nahaku niovel the acceptance of
the rejairt. Carriisl.
Hon. J. A. X. Nahaku moved that the address Ik:
The tollowiiijr resolution was then read: "That the
ptini of six thousTiml dollars lie, and hereby is, ap
propriated for the payment of the expeuses of the
extraordinary session of the Legislature of lSf.7."
Hon. C. de Varigny moved its passage. Carriisl.
Hon. (!. It. Ukeke presentcl a resolution reiuest
ing that the Sergeant-nt-Arms furnish two boxes of
crackers for the members.
Several members ut once rcpucste-l that it should
Uot be interprvte.1.
Hon. U. IJ. L'keke then withdrew- the resolution.
Hon. S. H. 1'hillips pi-esentel statistics showing
how the treaty wuuld alTect our revenue. He said
that the reading of tho statements would necessarily
occupy some time, as they were leagthy.
Ilou. C. tie Varigny iuovcI that they be referred to
the Committee on Printing, and ordered printed.
,,on- L- "tf r'ny move-l the onler of the day.
Hon. J. W. Keawehunahala niove.1 that tlie order
of the day be j'osti.oiicd, as the uiemWrs had not had
01 tlie U.iV be Js.4
.i t 1
thoy havc lw
to study the matter. Tlie Ministers
looked into the matter fur some time
!' ' t last arrived at a conclusion 111 its
C-tvor. Certainly if it had occupied so much of their
time, we should 1 allowed further time. Fur him-
self he could not vote intelligently fur or against the
Hon. T. C. Ileuck agreed that the measure should
receive our closest attention ; but he thought that
this place was the proper one to hear the matter ar
gued and commented en. Let tiuestions l asked by
members who require enlightenment, and let them be
answered. Nothing is to be gained by adjourning
from day to day for the purjs.se of seeking knowledge
outside, I shall Hot lie iu favor of adjourning ; but
will amend the motion by projsjsiug to gu into a
Committee of the Whole to discuss the measure.
Carried by a vote of 22 to 1.
The House went into a Committee of the Whole,
and Hon. W. 1'. Kmnakau was called to the Chair.
Hon. 1. Kalakaua nioved that the Committee rise.
He and others wished further time to consider the
articles of the treaty.
Hon. C. tie Varigny begged leave to address the
House. He w ished to state to the meml-crs that the
articles of the treaty were not under discussion. The
treaty was a comjtoct between two (Soveruments,
aud not a single feature of it could le altered by this
House. It must pass as a whole or lie rejected as a
Hon. 1. Kalakaua said that he was not the only
one who had thought they had the right to Oiscuss
the articles separately.
Hon. C. tie Varigny said that the impression of the
Hon. gentleman was a strong argument iu favor of a
full discussion of the matter here in this r.in.
Hon. S. II. Phillips said I stated yesterday that if
this treaty passed, the deficiency iu the revenue would
have to lc met by some other system of taxation,
and that the memls'rs would Im the ones to debate
and p:tss upon the system lsst suited to their views.
The 1 "resident ut tlie I niltsl Mates ami liis Mijesty
deputed two parties to settle tijs-n a basis vf a bar-
gam, and they had done so; and that bugaiii whs
now Ik-lore us for acceptance or rejection. It would
also go Ik-Ioic the Congress of the United States for
their loi lion or acceptance. This bill is iiresvtitcd
us the only proja-r way to put the matter Is foiv this
Itody, and it is Un.ii this bill we ure now discussing
and not the ticaty.
I Ion. I. Kiil.tkaua statist that he wns satisl:is w ith
the explanation, and would withdraw his former mo
tion, and now moved that the bill pass to its second
reading. The provisions of the bill are clear enough,
and it the bill is Ihe subject matter la.-f.uc the House,
it l.a-s not rtspiiie much disi-ussion. It is cifvtty
clear. There is very little to la done, no far as the
bill is 1 ceiue-l ; but the pinch will come when we
discuss the taxation .(uesti..n
Hon. J. II. Kaiu ilo want.sl to rtke sullicieiit time
to think this matter over. I fit pass the second read
ing in the Iciste some ineinlsrs evidently desirtsl it
sln.iil I, tin-re would not remain much t Ik done.
It would Is' cngro-scd and utss on to its third read
ing, and receive the signature of the King. We had
laailer ak .piestioiis, and if need lt consume two or
three .lays iu ils 'los ussioii. The paKs-ii;e of this bill
may lsa the cause of making trouble. It may conflict
with laws now in evistrme. There was something
sti I at the I i-t 1 gia-l ttuie lilsmt a law to pivvent
the iil'- lt ttioti of ligeiw klld liolia to eat lip chil
dren. If Ihis bill pass some American will i m - .it
tigers nu I lions, rue I a hen their ims. laliou is ol
j.s ls t, will s-iy, ' I am an American, nn-l refer to
this treaty and bill f-.r proof of my Iila-rty to do a..."
lion. It". It. l'keke and be lee I no doubts nlnoit the
l.ciiefit which would iicei ue to his country fnm the
passage if this treaty. Anyone who had the g.s of
this country at heat t would supsu t this measure.
Mv own etis'tien. e s.nvin.-.-a mo that it will l of
Is-neti'. In x.'l lumls-r snd "hingh-s weie very hiuh.
In l'.l I was a tnemlsr of the la-ji-lature, and
mote l the 1-il.iinr off of Ihe duly on bmilsr Nw we
h-ive ph tily of wtlen hou-a-s. 'Ihis treaty will md
only t.-l-i- e the pi ice ! lumls-r. but ot the very
rlothes I weir. W e sloll Is- nMe to get everything
..r ea iM..ii v tint is iiv lu le I in thelit-niy. I s.s to.
tensoit ..f heil it'Hi l.ilt the p-tssae ol this tit-H ;
it is vettr rli"ir. Some say il Is-tn fits only Ihe planter;
this is a' nost ike The dolv t-iken off their sngvts,
where do they have it .' In Cabf.riiia ? No. 'I bey
brunt it liuht heir iimonu u. Ferhapa a..Me of the
eieiiilst ..k nt the il.-k'" given f.r this meat
t--.it tthich the Uiilt.-I St I'es intend to grtnt us
am nu oi l Hem but still Ibis nmtter is clear to me,
an I it eettalnly hoii' I Is-to the y.mg men at'-un I
Ine. If lhey ttnit to know how to nuke p-l the
. bfi. il this inet.ilsr can tell them. Tit e-tttle l.'i
cents; onen, .VI rla ; sl.eep, "J els a hea I ; cat i inea,
"; drays, 7 ; lot 11 I carts, I .r'"; steam s'lai nulls,
a water -.w.-r milla. ST"; animal s.er. S'J";
His MaU-sfy'a Ministers. s h ; k"toiki'a ef
ti-'hing nirhls, VI; ll.oeitiors, VI; .l.i tt..s of the
Snpieitie I'oiiit. J lk; Circuit .ludgea, Vi; Ihstrut
Justice, "; whrte now is your ' , deficit
II .ii. J. W. Keawi hunah il l aai I. eveiylhing that
ba. been uttered here baa la-en in favor of ihe bill;
s-thapa it will not ls amiss ,. say aomrthilig against
it. hp nii-uuicnt ia we shall have mote angai pli'if
titi. nt W hnc wiil ll.r UU e rne fn.iu? IVrUpa
e shall iin.rt ni'.re CkJim? liv ila come w th ttteui.
II..- .(..ti., rr.mtt.vl ,ll Um-hi the f.rigi.ar only
1... I the iiktire. Admit tluvt iJantvtH i.a will u.ulti.
p!v. whrre is the Und to come frr.m ? frThaja) the
Js-. pie w:ll r in tu.-txl Iu at II their kulewitaa . The
land, will tint get int.. the haltda t the fon ignera. j j.ju.l troi.g bwkea froiu tt kwrth, uootiatika
ihe Uua will bo lei.-l .-a. a lU to tok. I Uplf mUh till th l-fth.
I. . .litre in this Irrttty U the ,. ,Ktuation of the g-l
l.s ln.g riHitg I. la.-. 11 th.a kingdom aud tl" I'l.it.si
Stttes ill i.ot the j.Untcra grumble when we tai
th. ill higher. The ,.ple Will I..4 g.-t g.als cheaprr.
'll.e ii..r I.tnl will l.e bt-uttitltsl l.i the uto.Hint .f the
duty r. notte.1. The momUra cf this A u.Uv have
I., t k'iv.n this bill the alt.nt.oii it d.-rvea. "if we
remit so much in the war of duties shall we have
hii iif.re public iu.pi-..voii.ntj, T Ib.w is thegoveru-
nt to la- carried on ? If we .i.-s this treaty the
t!f will sntl.T, anl so I want this bill in h-tt.i.ittly
(.' ;.'( cunltuutj it nut .Monuy't jwtr.)
i XOTLS III' TIIK MFIIK.
A Ql H'k Tkltr AM. ira llji LT. Cap. Marchant
is f t 1 nous aa a fast liian we lueau ks a rt.tr. He
, always male the old AtliuuoAi rj-iu arouit-1 Ka
, atvaloa 1'uii.t, and to an 1 from Kailua through the
doldruma aud lead currents, though she had a
pro. Uor under her stern, lndetst we ouce htttrd of
his Isating the little steaim r ,1nnit Iaurt iu fc
deiol calm and against a four knot tide, hiu aaucy
; IkmI coming 111 two lengths ahead. 110 it Was
' done we never found out, and we have always, bus
1 Jxvted he had a mysterious swer of propulsion,
' which he carries stowed away iu his Vesat-L He Dow
commands the A'una I'acktt, a little craft, which so
far as feet and inches are ciu-crned, is nothing to
brag of ; but he thinks all the World of her, an 1 if lie
' owned her, wouldn't take her weight in gold. And
then bow he makes her scud. (In tlie lust trip down
he left Alualu, the port of Kau, and made the paa
j s.vge to Honolulu, including a duieu stoppages along
. the coast, in two days and eighteen hours. The
! cabin accommodates just six tasneiigers, but koine
' how he manage. 1 on this trip to stow away txeea.
: and all declare. I that they bad the uuel comfortable
, uccoiiiuiodatious ever met with at sea. It sviui as
. if the more passengers she has, the ltter satiated
they are. This of course is wholly owing to the tact
1 of the Captain. In return for his courteous conduct
j the cabin passengers presented him on Monday last,
1 w ith a splendid pair of ojiera glasses and a huge seak-
ing trumpet. The latter is made of fin, als.ut five
I feet in length, and bears the inscription, " Capt. S.
Marchant, from bis passengers, trip of August 20,
lb07." At the presentation, the Captain was taken
completely aliack, and hardly knew what to make of
it, whether it was intended as a joke or a testimonial
of regariL We susject there was a little of both in
; it. However, the compliment was a handsome one,
and the Captain so acknowledged it in a neat aud
j felicitous letter, which we would add here, were it
I " The Dailt Lecisiuti ve Bulletin " is the title
of a little ephemeral publication that the wants of
Honolulu gave birth to on Tuesday last. It is about
the sixe of the btte Daily Herald, but la confined
mainly to a report of the Legislature. In its open
ing number the Bulletin has the following statement :
"The main ohj.-ct of Ihia .ol!iraliun i to pivr a full re'mrt
of tlie tlitinjc. of lit- luiUlure in ti.Kli.il and ilnvaiian, aa
lix.rr than usual intcn-sl is felt in it. r"Ceedini. which will be
CMiOiKd .robithljr to the -.Mu4.leriHk of Ihe Rretirucilv
Treaty and lueMurea connected therea-itk. The acaasat will
.rollly not Ittfl over two or three weeka.
a lteidea a repM- of tin" mceedinpt, we .hall puhlbh. in
Hawaiian aud Ennlcih, arlit'Ua that niay tend to etilain the
working of the treaty ; and any arfrumenta ttutt may be brotaxht
n, pro or run, w ill tie evaiinued and couuutniled on. In shurL
the .ullicati..ii is intvnd-d t fumih rhk-By informatioa i r
tHiuiiu; to the aesaion of the Legislature or the Keciiroritv
Such a publication has been called for during pre
vious sessions of the Legislature, but there then ap
poarcd to be no disposition to sustain it, which can
only be done by extra eflort and co-ojieration. To
know certainly what is said aud being done in the
Legislature from day to day to have the draft of
any prvjosed laws or the full report of any speeches
i made, such as those furnished in Thursday's and
1 FViday's issues, laid before the public on the follow
ing morning, are privileges which are prized by
every one who values his political rights.
Heretofore, our community has been left almost
in the dark as to the proceedings of the Legislature,
Many will remember tlie anxiety attending the de
bates on the paper money bill and the bold defiance
of all rules, by which it was attempted to revive the
bill no less than five different times, in violation of
parlianajntary usage. Hereafter, we trust, there
will be sufficient public spirit in Honolulu to sustain
a daily report of the proceedings of the Legislature
or, in fact, of any Convention which may sit to de
Uberate on our political rights and privileges.
The l'aily Bulletin will only be continued during
the session of the Legislature, though we are free to
j say that if there was here a man of the right stamp
and tpualitica'ions to conduct it, we ohould be willing
to incur a little pecuniary risk in the effort to con
tinue the publication through the busy season, or so
long as the public might call for it.
Thk Firk Pkpabtmest. At the first tap of the
alarm la'lls on Saturday last, the whole fire depart
ment turned out in force, and, under instructions
! from the Chief Engineer, assembled at the Stone
Church. All the engiues were on the ground within
twelve minutes from the first stroke of the bells, and
the bvdraiit hose of No. 1 immediately attached to
the hydrant on the corner of King and Punchbowl ! Uw W,U iw,c,1y " Td- A correPlent sR?t:
struts. Iuaninc.mciivably.slun-tspiv-e.ctmn.vtious ("Kitchen arsl stable refuse, with other abxvmina
were made with the various engines, and the water ' twn r the air of the town, making it equally
forced through tl.e whole length of 1 H) or 1.VM feet. I nllthy and unpleasant. Is it net practicable for
AP this was done U-fore many spet titers h.vl reache-l ' the IVwl of 1,oal,h" or olh;r responsible parties, to
the ground, and with a skill and promptness which '; cn w.th a horse and cart to visit every
are reallv ere lit.tble. Considering that our deimrtmont houw m ,own ,hrce or four timcs removing
has so little service. Such drills have a pasl efloct, j
not only in k.s-ping up the spirit and amliition of the
department, but als.i in keeping the apparatus in
woi king onler. In the absence of fires, drills of this
kind should tie held at least once in every six or eight j
ll th t-u Vkx iTiora. The bark I). C .tarray ' quest ef Hon. l. C. M'Rner, representative in Con
came into s.rt, bringing only express bags and a : givs frm California, the United States Government
small San Francisco bag ctuitaining duplicate letters, j has c.vul a new and corrected clition of Wilkes
The Eastern mails uf July UUli and -1st were put on j Chrt of these islands to 1 printed, a few copies of
Is.ard the bark Brrnict, which arrived the day j which were received from W ashington by the lark
after the .vfMrry. It is a rule with the mail! IK C. Murray. Among other improvement a com
ngenta in San Francinoo to forward the mails by the 1 jwiss has been added, which renders it ntsre valualle
first vessels leaving. This is k ps rule in iu.st ' to captains. It is very handsomely printe.1, and a it
cases ; but still some discretion ought to Is? exercised, j 9 tVie tmly correct chart of this grtup, otight to b in
For iiistanee, if the steamer is to leave the M ef ' every house and counting-rootu.
each month, the regular mails should not la? sent off j , j.. . ...
... . , . . r 1 ! CvRWtimi oi-T tH Law. Weloarn that tbv ttpt-
1 v a dull sailer leaving tweiity-fur houra ahead. , .
j nin of the schooner Odd tellotr was fine.1, in Hilo,
S-aitlNC m. Ilvirr.-It N pleant to notice tl.e ! twei.ty vU1a and c.vst... for vkUtioti of the vWtiBt
nuieeil le ehangw which f.a,uent arrivals create. "" 40" of tl.e Civil Ct.le. in delivering letwrs.
The dullness ,.f sun r we hope ia past, an l the ! vlefacing the ft. Thik U frequently
busy nctiv i.y of autumn set in. somewhat earlier, it
the l.sts wel
is true, than was antioijvvtod, but none
t ome on that account. The .Uui ra y brings buck a
nuiiiber of acquaintance whoso faces have long Uvn
familiar here mo-l ly young men, ef a.-tivity, who
piefer our lovely climate and i-enes to any place they
have found in their travels abroad.
Win. Mi-umi. Amherst t ollope lias cor-;
f.-iied on K.-v. S. C. Pvwon. of this t i'y. the title of '
pa-iottof I'immtv. T eiity -'it e years aetvicvin,
the mi-.i-ti v . a life devoted to the spiritual and'
temporal wel fine ( Ihe bundled ttioi.aand s-kn.en ;
who have v .sited Ihia c.rou iliilln-' that period. ;
nnd Ihe goodwill of nil who know him. sutVici.-ntly
entitle him to the degree conferred. We congr.ilu-
I ! the Kevciend I'oclor en what ti.itfht to be
o-tecmcl n n loch honor. Ilrol Ms ItiemM nete
bad i.t'V thing to say about it.
been " ibu tilled" ten years ng.v.
t-.-.. It l..ka.l.ii .11, lb;, t.l.n.t on Tn.Ur
rii.r. ... ..1.....-., ..... ... ...
ldebt. a Ivua.. near the Finishm KitH Mill wk.a de-
stcvsl by fiie. The honae waa .-svupie-l bv Mr. i
Marshall the wilier. TI.e thai, h had been tn off'
nnd k trunk taken out firm, which S.to bkd 1een !
stolen. The house was douMlesa fr.s to prevent
suspicion ef ihe roblauy.
t--TiiK I.Afira Rtmi:n' Firtiv SH-tTT
will meet at the residence of Mont. Varigny, iu Nuu
' fimi vallrv, on the nftrrmven of Tuesday next.
m tmk uaix Snir '... T!-- kfc!
I funfmi, .f New IUlforal, kjtaia Jitin A.
I ' v AuayLr .Sua the 1 IU. of
' -,taa,,. w .
May. Cap. Ca.tiuo furuiahea ui witb Urn Wiowug
j report : 1B tlx Uk-TMDk. kf tlie l'itfc of Ma, w
" ! tl
when kU.ot 1 V. u. urn Ihwt ly k.ktTerl Uj
! Jtij, u, l n Hy full of Wakar t hk Joij ta
j wk tlrn arierml idi'J U VeWxrd, kr dT
; , , . - 'f ,.jt
j llirtn. "1 -f tre. At0U J..r-p-T
1 Y. u., Capt. Blivtu, of the .V-kiw, cwae '
j board with thr boat.' crcn. St-' kS Jr:'U U
Work at the hatchways laviliug, and kej.1 btrU V-M4
g.rtng; -aarfi after Capl. IUWr of the bark 51 'ar f
lon, Capt. U trticji of tlie latrk Kugrmi. and Ch.
Jetlrt y of Um 1i k .it ui Uurmtt raaa 00 bu
witb to boaU' cie each, and tendt-rfl ail aasbt
ance taajaible. liroke out tltc ur-Lokl ani foolvl tle
leak via la the Wood ends; up poked the wl en la
ktarted off ks the cutwater waa Ron wutkid tl.k bow.
about aix ft uu-ler water. A$u itotwiU.ktaiidirnr all
our i xerti.ns, it waa ev itlent tLat the khip
kiuking coudition, I cudkultcl witii tL keveral khip
maslrni. aa well aa with nay uwu oDicvra. and after
full and carv-ful exaiuinaUwa of the kttuatiua we-
I to the drrisiou that tlie kbip Cll as; J-k kkikd
j lljtu ajTertL-wl the khip for kwle lajUic a
At thik tiio it required the united eierumu of th
aeveral crews of the tlti, .VaUiVk:. 1" . as
well as of uy own, to keep her afloat. Set a part kf
the men to work breaking out oil, and u.oceWI ia.
Hating aliout liioety barrelk of r-per hi oil and von
hea.1 of bone, which I shipp-l on the lavi k .VauiUu.
At this time Capt. Cuituiugluuu of the Jt. Mmury
and Caj.t. F'u-lter of the bu k Lafodu can oa board.
We conuneitcel breaking out iroTutuoc, which were
distributed among the ceveral vesaelk that took the
crew of the Congrts. At 1 w'clock . M. of the loth
(sun time) the lower bold beiwg full of water and the
ship fast settling, 1 lift the Cunrrtf aud went on
tsjard the bark .VjuJiis the officer kikl crw bar
ing already left her. T Captain Uiieo, Latker,
IWuee, Jeffrey, Fisher aud Cuuuinghtuu, as welt as
to their officer and the crew a af their tarvera) ra
1 tender my moot sincere aud hoartCuIt thaaks for the
assistance rendered by tbexu. Tw C. EdaanJ
Kelly, of the baik Prtivltra, whu kiudly gave me a
passage to Honolulu. I also -fuel wivaelf under great
obligations obligaUuUi which 1 cat owly hfpe 1 kltall
never be called upon, to rjy an kiwd.
Fbox Tahiti. The schooner Aorai, 12 day frou?
Tahiti, arrived on Sunday last, but bring hale nnr
of special interest. The blight which baa fkr yewnr
affected our orange trees, has reached those Mauds
and threatens to be as fatal to the crops there a it
has been here. No kucceksful remedy has yet Lem
discovered, that will remove or even check it, TLV
following report of the wreck of the missionary bark
the second or third time the missionary fcket of th
name has been lost :
Lost ok the Missio.vakt Bark-4 Johx WtIiJlM-s.,
It is with deeo reirret that w tl have.Lo annonnce
me wreca 01 tuis irtny rpieuuiu oara, ai me
li l II j.i,imt .1 . in itKvuiu npiir
that the intelligence was first received in SyUuey,
but was at tiret doubted there, as will be Been by
the following extract trout the llerald of the HJi
It is to be feared that the report brought by t he-
schooner Ida. respecting the vt twrk of Ibis beautiful
cttae-a 4. arfk f ma allKnnvK 1 1k r-vak tr-tl skl aak
CUip IO kV k -kW a aa- eiiaHvnki a kl V (7 r
very meagre. Capt. Koban. of the Ida, raja that
while at Kantava a missionary, whose name be
forget-., reported to him that the tom William
had been totally wrecked on one of the bland
forming the Navigators' Jroup. and that the wreck
had been sold for 8500. and that it waa Rpprtl
to have occurred -during the violent hurricane that
swept the islands on the 9th ot 3iarcb, causing
great loss at t)te Tonga and Fiji groape. Captain
Uohan not bavkig beard this report either at Ton
ga, Varvou. or Ovalau, expressed an opinio that
the story of the wreck might have arisen from the"
fact that the bark irCi.iiiu baring some time
since been 00 a roof and subsequently repaired is
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cyuiioy, tfu. . ott u119.-1uu.1v w n p.rcuve tum uv
unfortunate affair took place on the bark's last
passage from Sydney to the Islands. She was
commanded by Capt. Williams, a gentleman u,
considerable nautical k cow ledge, particularly
among the South Sea Islands, a series of years hav
ing made him intimately acquainted with the intri
cate) navigation of the various groups.
The report baa now peen confirmed by Capt.
Young, of the .Vrea, which arrived here on Satur-.
day last from Savage Island. Capt. Young say
thai he saw the remains of the wreck on the reef
near the Island at the beginning of this month.
She drifted into the reef in a calm, and not in
hurricane, as supposed, AU the masts had gone
out of the vessel, but the bull was standing quite
perfect, with the exception of one hole intbe bottom.
The wreck had been purchased for $500 at Samoa,
by the celebrated Capt. Hayes, of the brig Hona.
The loss of this fine new bark will be a severe blow
to the Missionary Societies. -4u9.-fraK.in jwi-er.
Capt. Vincent, of the -f oral, reports that be leA
no merchant vessel at Tahiti on the 8th of August.
The U. S. steamer Tuscorora was daily expected
from the Fiji. H. B. M. S, Clio had completed her
repairs and left in June for Valparaiso. The British
ship Sylphi'it touched at Tahiti reporting having
left Valparaiso for England.- After having made two
unsuccessful attempts to get around Cape Horn, she
sailed from Tahiti for Sydney. British hip Prta
cert Beatrice sailed, no date, for England with a
lia.l of guano.
Filth asn Garbage. Around some premises in
town the wcei:niul:tion of filth is fearful. A little
system and exercise of thi authority conferred by
rubbish from the premises, charging a tax in propor
tion to the rent paid, and fining heavily those who
wish to retain dirt and filth on their premises for the
privilege of doing mv. I Iiep that this suggestion
may lo improved and acted en by the authorities."
I Nkw Maw or thk Hawaiiax Islam. At tho fe
""'- r"" . ". 1 " ' wnvn re-
' M,,aa'9 very Captain to deface the letter stamps.
j Nvw (jR.vef KV SrwntK The favorite stand on the
corner of Fort and King Streets, which has for t-n
j or filtevii year btvn occupied as a grocery store, w ill
j be reeened to-day under the auspi.Ts pf Vcsra.
II. K. Mclntyre A Bio., vthttae adveuiseiuenU t ill
tie found in to-day's paper.
1 1 vmvrs MKfriMi. No tK-flnite conclusion has
b.-eti arrivtsl at between the planters n. ti.
ag-nt of the San Franclsct Kefin.-ry. Vnrther ae.
tion has been delayed to await Ihe aiiivalol kxnu.
ptanlera evpeete.1 here tly by the steamt-rv
j ..t t tm. st-NTs i- thk 1viiv. lur pattva. who.
; may wish any notices insrtvsl in the IWbr Igil
; tive .'aMta, will ty a.im.i.slHt.sl vk the ftAva
.erms as w neu msi .-1 11. .nr tnTvir. UC VirVUI
! ,i,n ,,f ,',,p ,aaT of cv,,,r,a limite.1 tl thtj city.
1JT Tnr lVui.v UriUTu will itt be issued ts
lay. aa the app.-kra.nce ef the . rrrriaer ran dot- it
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