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3JTCKDAT. APRIL 11. IMS.
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of la taw am areBBrOaa aa o aava
Taffoee Qua enactaaivcty lave eartfuny rmianf iVr tar
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tue DM saav parbaj amnaal U IVsuoT: SO me aa tiers of
fmtrljmrm m-r-e wrnlm of l,tfl ti.
la rfiacaaaioa; th arscsouia; tfm-m wxm snow of oat ar
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tmprm Mm rnOLrmrf. ae sjdS Ia aoacv to anps UW
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TraataaB luaati vfity. Frctchi k bow awaiOsa- ker miriiL I
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TV snsiMst af ik kftKaf In sol k ik V.l '
kaea tsnm amtiOi of a triiidaao ml Waa. mJlr Jm. l -r '
TLr-ea M.7JM M. f rrain rere4 o,,
Wnn t mmm lM.04o hanvia of b.w. of iw mu .
knah Taa rasl-v af kn. rxrrfted ia l.-.U"i caliuV 1
TW tiaSiw. emmum citara ta rk aata, a ku mrt of I
firrJT'T? -y rt eu,:a !
mrrrm aa aimi cawna) asna samral aeuasseaa. aoal l,t.TO ia j
'- rar Mars la arara llw sum acrex aa
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faaa. SNttrs UWaa. SI atui-a. aaasHi. 14 fcrunciaaia. 1
mtmr mm t saUlns; -staacki ar maw ksaknac kar Uat --
Tk atatiatlr sBeHI ky IV Wits mJ Msaas Cnminill
to tossasisata-a af UM wkiaky fraada.aaw Uial ihtUm.
sasiu ka anWS aair aifcaam cs-ata fcnomal of la sValars
OH". Tkra anaattrs s-i Isi S asi Um aate faratalia-
my u n suras ar iim avu. iwsa Barvaa, .sal Sat ant tar!a.kr aav
aaasa k UM fcra mSirn UMr tKMrrDajarn kaa snalaual j
m JM laaa. Ii a menmmmmt Ikat taa tal muuwm wOl
rsau-a a ka-acoik-rM !
fa Wiwajrs rar Trf Kilaasa. X-aaitsy.
' a t aaaciaco tee Cuaarf. ak W ailna-ali y arte
pVayoFnoubLOLu." a." i.
t lis KJani. Mrifiw. Iras Kaaxi.
4 SVra Vmu MarrlM. I mmm -TV. was As
4 V Mary. ika. trasa '
"skr Mas aaiki. Iraaa Maas.
Mankla. fcVmU. Snsi Uawai-L
A aVM loins. iPMa) Muk-kaa.
S .eVck 1 site. J- knaiiis, ra
Aa k kwk faaay. Ilonlin;,
nh lft po4i-
an, AS kkl s atL
la kbta au, a,
Aas kark Hakaa War. M
Asa l awk tl-Arraoa. LmOvm
t-a-kf .Vtsry Clfc-m. Wat. fcjaas Maai.
a Sk-M llaatai. ftnas Kaaai
S rk a .asaia.. liaia. froaa M.aV-kal.
S h Maaofkaaai. .stw, fras Maai.
l karfc flemalr, 1 1-- land, ckmav
10 sWa K-a Mui. fwaars. am Masu.
11- aVraf awawa. AcUrsri. tr-ass lUwaU.
UK PART IRE.
April S SVar IlailM, i Kaaai.
Ass sk kark Ja Alk-a. fTSIU, la rruiaa.
4 svtk Knw. rarkat. Mareaaat, lue llaaaa.
eVhr Lata. In kavao.
kas k kark Tanana. Wloafcaa. ensia.
4 T kart N rami. iVbaehkrr. karrwrae.
H karfc BVraacs-. J.Aoaam. INaiajak.
etair Kiuusns. Xrt.r-e. tue VA ndar4 Park.
ea M.4 a.ki. tm Mas,
a twa Ik-kokrie. tm Moai.
" .Netur M-TriB. Laotorrt, tm Kauai.
T k Mary, Bailaatiae. tm Hawaii.
? Vk Mary, .N.aa. kaj Kaaai.
t Vh Artiw. t hutey. tm lUwaii.
' Mankla, rWrtu, tm Hawaii.
7 rVkr I ilas, tm W li
k Mary I.UVa. tkrat. tm MmuL
a Skene Tana. aVakaaasi, tm K
a Aa ak karfc Faaay. Mandnc. n rruv.
a Asa wfc kark H'km Mar. llnraiWs, a crur.
Aa ) karfc Haaanua, Lsrfka, k rrmar.
wk kark lkrrraa. hawlaaO. benuat.
8rar KaawU, AiUaav. O Mjfckai.
ReawrS m Bart Taaierlaar.
Tk kark TasarrAsa. WoMinwr. bast (rasa Marnaeaa. wilk
lakM karrsla wfcasa aa '. krrl aprna sat, reprft kavioc
kad bad wraxWr OM paat wmlrr. ariia pa-oty " raia Marrk
aw laaswkaaaswwatrwca. kaU fcaaia a. asatkrofc arreral j
w ) Back WKfc Ukna. Fro. 14, is, Manorl La SHI .
rasa ia fcrsMncaj.il yM.fcia reeOnc. stnsrk bs head o in '
aaska aod aaak, tasn tm ly. Lawiersd a kaO. but ke al.
u raw aswiav IW aa a Bans of la Wealerw IsaU. XZ
l2l?wZL?xZ?JZ B"lJ"'- " uuerer. Ar-
r V-l-VTriss PnST Ttl aTHsma. hj ril A Mr. Atkar- I
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raer-lca.and :a-Wk r a s-rm.
U Urasnlula. s Aararday swain, law llik iuaL. the
i Mr. Rkwn Lwvwatawax
KslattiLii. I. Itiofelv, A(rj eik, KaaiU'Iii,. aal ieef
Wairwi, lUwa.1, a-d 1 jeara.
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SATURDAY, A PHIL 11.
Tlie Iliior Tnulc on JIuwiill.
Ml EmtiI : Yva jak of a 44 lack of tficiency
vr cw-irrukn in seccwIiBg the Govetxtuctit cSurts
tu swoj rv iHic'.t llstulaliun an-1 rum-eT..n oKng
tlts natives of Hawaii." Whit are these Govtm-
taent !T,rt,? CTs-os an ofVer n..w so J then fur
a woraw i-nc mat s amui tue cut.rr. aii i ii u
aoaI'jr .l'o trim p!te. dJ at with wilwta. What
g-l i &vel? Nonet alL It of the Jh.
traits an J Lfcrj-utj Shrrifi thiit I am aaiualnU-l with
44 eo-opnte the other wsj, nj know the r.f-.
Voa euulln't liiUH a travel more ujcefa!!r
than ty jctrii np at .iu haiauhnos " bour.
i wfjere, after 'ireoin; rtjrrt, roa riij grt jrrl
I uj in the taft aol nit refctaM cctaj.my, to
( joar heart eoutnt. ao.1 fi!l jwt tl uk in the tuurn
; ing. Whodrearut tht a jer will f-urifT a
native np to justice st-iu ItrlT .nl w ni-tnj in
tbe oit-r JlstKct en you ficl w..rth ture, or
janiooh? To wh4e tLin wanft refruiM.jr, but
. there b no !ern with turn whuse ftf-ewtweit an-1
' tlinJ prrja Iice wil xtever let tkera ksrn anythin?.
The 44 Gotemoarnt e5 rta" may rank with Mr.
Partisjton'a attcaij-t to awcep tack the AtUotic
Oca with her Lro. ni an 1 fatten, an l ahut as ol J
J wmaaish. The country U full of dii!!erie (uch
j aj they are,) aa-1 wQl remain x They miht be
i frot rkl of, bat the way to o it bein wise, patriotic,
! ecoDMn'cal aifl jxt woall not of ccante be sane-
tionel at our hecloo fal bareaqa. Leallie tle Lui
' nes, (Hi or ofT plantation as miht be fnin 1 bet,
rerjalriti bnl4, ic, an-1 ioptnin; rrstrictM-ns
which it wouM be iropr2itie arxj micMu4 to break
through. Aa L n? aj li.uur it uiml here (anJ tht
wnl I aa l-tsj as Jacks win.) an-1 I-l!y importel,
so ttx t woulJ be jut as safe an 1 nre atirvrUry
to mtkt it krt. To talk of ptich a course a:tin
an-1 ataftin; tfitemperance is shallow ncnense. The
work w.u!-t be in npr.tILIe han-Lt, workinj; nnIer
a Ptrk-t n an-1 there is no re.n why liquor
s 'uI.J t 1 1 m rf in wt-H-re-uUU'l Iistil!rrj- as
in the ff.,nr!n!i Co.-t-.tn H ae. The JLotHh-rs wouM
V k ont Cr the anlioeo f-nws more efTntnally
than fher!T ar. f l:oe h-ve ever tle, arvi as re
carfs the Ij.tri-t Jatice, they shoull never be the
ferrets of the Uw. Yuan, Si. ct INwtt.
W give th abve letter sjux in our column-,
rnt so much fr.m anj e-jwial turrit which it
may have in it-elf as fr io furniVhinj a text f r
remark on the subt bric!eJ. We are wil-
linj, ba. It all-iw the remarkable rrers of J.igie
It is to be bo that il-e coming LegisLtur.
will wate no time on attemr-ts to men.1 th Uwa
OD tbe diattlLti.n or sale of fjir ituou li.juorn
The sUtutCM, as ther rtanl, are sufficiently ex
jU.-1t, an-lsuiteJ b the wants of tbe eountrr
What is wanted is imply a dctermirmti.Hi to
enfome t?:ero on the jart of th.e in authority.
With rrjct to the licenfin of distilhtion, it is
limited to the dl-trict of Honolulu, and lias here
j roved a tecuniary failure the liquor mannfae
ture.1 not leing in d-mand. and having been actu
ally, na we are t jld, s!ij jol fnm tle euntry to
Victoria, Ut the utter Jiojmture of the arsu
ment of home praJuetbn f r home conumpti.n.
The free manufacture of the li'jdor known
among the native a ulolehao " in no doubt a
Iying ba.ine?-. Sme of it is what might be
termed very rwpectablc whisky, but tlie greater
Pm f Ii'4 Huff- Itut wliatcver
the quality of the article produced, the extcisling
0f l;,Va-es to Ot!X dLrictS OU t! Islands would
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l 1" l' U f WOuU T9
'ralle. Kvi-leotlr lb.-
- wvavwr a' w V litt I
would T to remove the i resent rectricti jns on
1 01 tIe 1, lllr I'TO'iuee'J. l l.e country IS
better off w ithout the liquor, any war. an-1 any
l-Lition which prevents iu free ohtainal is
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,'mrf,t lai !c- 1 One advantage of
a twtraluc'l 'tovernment that there is the tower
to con:n J mutter- of this ,rt, provided there is
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only tlte inclination oa tlau Trt of the autlKjrities.
Hence the e-u that the laws are unstained
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"TC lI,e f 1 l'rk- " often
a-I Iucr.1 a an example by the oi rxjiw-nU t,f
w Ipob.ican ( KV-rTiniCn t. Tlte late MiCCCTful
ff,rt. on the ,art , f the Government. U, suppre
d'tillatl m n N.rth Hawaii is a c.immentarv in
r . , .
j-wcihi iiht tia-iu n-in-y wi.icil pTPel,U It.
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It a.nWl tl
duKtrial pi-ij.-rity of tle country. Frui tlie
district in which we Iwlieve seven stills were mij
preMe.1. we U-ar tlat a h-eid.-l change Ijis taken
-hw e, and tliat nativei are now rmdy to goto
W.rk f.jr Wa - at a-llur- Ii. jvrxt r-tn ..L .-rTT,.n
., f .1 i . "
I reVI'Misly there Waa UlUCli I1I.H-.CV tl 1.-' eio-ily
oJ.tainol by distillation, aud tvUing to various
1 .art IrM) tloftt fibitir il-rfsl tf Tiva.f :w t I-s !
w J - " ' l"""" ) S.A-. I-T j
way while other wl obtained a living by other
roeth-a'- were b mu h given to dlssiati.n tole
at any steady work, and tbe result was a mot
ruinous atate ol thing. It wai tlie ptneral com
plaint that no workmen could 1-e nlitnincl, al-
! tlnjugh there were a plenty of ablo-lhed men.
I lur r-i.rrrTrl-nt wo.ild rci-mmt nd the li e-
I in of dUtilLttioti a. a rem-Jy. As we have sai l
. l-f.rr. the safest way f .r the cuantry is to set
t Ciitiiful men at work to enfrce t!e already ex-
' k-in No rciqotabilitv ought t- U- given
i t a huinm tltat i- aln-a.lv working ruin to the
jjb. IW letter from Kauai we know of u-dirtri'-t
t!.-re 4 where four stIL arc in full b!at
in a circuit of eight miles," in spite, too. of tle
fa-t that thre- d ren caes of miserable gin were
sold weekly in the same n. igMr'nal. It seems
prlxb!e tliat this i oidy a si iiucn of what is
Tle queAti'iii of limitir drunkennes-s by s up-
j prewirg distiiLitii-n is simply one of power, not
.f jti.ti.v. With resjo:t to the continuance of
the restriction on the sale of liquor to Hawaiian,
j we hot r falw friend of tl rn.-e will efilcavr
' t rnix.ve it. One argument ul in sor t.rt of
such a measure is that it in derogatory to the i
! right- an.1 dignity .f the racv trt-a'.in them
like chiMrefi. t iiiij-e a restriction not likewise
im.-.! upon f -reignerw. It niay l-c an-wi ml
that the honest and temjerate portion of the Jo
jle i n..t f.1 t: i V be s.. Tliey are erfectly
willing to have a law continue which will really
larrcCt them, and are Dot tn.ul lod with any
imaginary I- of dignity in the denial of the
supreme titht to get drunk. Moreover it may
! adlt-d that many of our beet ci Uteris would
l in f"f of a prohibitory law to all, if cirCUln-
tanoe treaties f-r instance- lid not utu.r!y
forbi - 1 the ena tincn: an-1 enforcement of eiuh a
Another argument often ucl i the supj.I
f.ict tiiat. wah free ermioioit t n -cure li'ju-r.
f ere vtuul-l le rlruiifcenttes tlian at rrsvnt.
This will anfr itst-lf in the In ill-1 t-f nnv un-
-J1 1 1 tniC that t!'- ,nlJ Sl ui"e anJ
- rlial.le IctsLi of rvforui liM in the imvRkl eonVH'-
o.ins oi ii.' ;j.ie i;.-iiiscivti, uui tiu- na is
Dot t- n. vent law-ruak- rv frui doing what ther
Sj tlasn the rcfnn w Lj f r iw the j-roeural,
even 4rla at ittcreasoJ extatun to the t-ountrr.
efficient executive oSk-er) f I tvctnment, anJ
imrnin the judieianr !-irtiiient who will faith- ,
fullj ly law to w liich none object rave the law
breaker the-mae-lve. We recommend to the author
or the above onimuuication aa honest, manly
t j-iti.jn, on hla own art, to the roduction
anJ U!e or sj irituous liquors as a mfe atxl honor
able iuctlaal of uvcrouiuitig what he rc'emls to
u.m.-ate. An4 a to 44 j-urlfj-ing a native up to
justice standard,' ve feci confident that one race
is about on a level with t!e other ia Borne irt
of the Kixil jiu. Tl-e Itovernrucnt ban lately
riin.I,? a viorou- effnt in t!ic tieizhtjrhood"vicre
ori . we fc t,,at it luaJ be
: f !loweI ni. nd e on our part will glaJly give
; all tlveirci crt-iit.
j Car reapajsalearca
I Ml EciToa : Some of the writers for your paper
h-ive lately ten diievting the altvbtiuu of the public
to the aulject of political parties in this Kinluu ;
' they have uwelt upvn the l-:k tf coLtrciicy auiou
the eMrmenta that coioe the great majurity of the
' 'tuple constituting the t pp:tion to His Majtys
. Gcrnuarnt, as c.n IucU"l at the present tiuiC, They
ask men to unite iu tLwir tfforta aiil sutaiu a -l'.tical
rcovenjent an-i a party which, wlii!e it may at
, times be at fault in sou.e n.inor matters, ia yet c.r
rwt in it miin ol jects an J principles, an l which
' time wi3 show tu hae U-en iu the right."
Tliey support certain principh-s, beraue whenever
the change so universally JcalreJ may take pla.-e
tltey believe it will enlUt in favor o: the Government
44 the mpatLics of a lar, cla?s of men who nw
staul aluof, an-1 of a class who are perhaps as likely
to be anbesationtats as anything else," because priu-
ciplca which they know to t true are igm-reil anJ
are likely to continue to be s by thia Guveruiueut.
I sympathise with very much that lias been ex
, presae-l iu yuur cvlumit ou the subject of parties,
the more so, i-erhaps, because fr a lung time I iu
i Julevl ia the iatne pleasant ilreams of a Government
i fuui-hrl un the very principles which the writer
J uecUres are likely to be ignored. I thiuk the time
I ha come, however, when we can bvnes'ly duubt
whether such, l p-s are prActicable un-ler the cir
. cuuustanc in which this K'lLg-htu is place-b
! It U with eitreme regret that I aru compelled to
diUVr with thte for whose .pini-n I have great re
spect, an-1 that I am led to the Uli f that, as a- n
d'pfnttnt natto-, tht JIj tenia f-topU can ntrrr
, tjof a frte tJorernmenl, tht frt txtrcitt of thtir
ituniiltfe riihlt, or ;'ajwil of suck liltrlit
' as is olhrr roittttututnal monarchic are enjoytj btf
thr jxopir. or do I believe that, exopt ai otStr
CortrmmenH kotj Ihit in xij riov, vi.i the rijhli
of am) forti;tr or clutt of foreigners b- stcure
should they th ince to incur fit JitnieusHr of thoe
' trio hart so icrongty ssizt.i the reins of pju-er from
, Le constitutional authorities in this land.
, There are opinions which have grown in spite of a
j wish to think otherwise, and I projiose to consider
why we canuot hope fc-r a change while atill pursu
t big our independence as a nation.
' In the first place, as a perminent necessity to a
! Conrtitutioual GovernuK-nt, there must be a mutual
! respect Unween the rulers an 1 the govemel. Hie
' rilt of all cUases must be hell inviolate, and above
all wtst reijrn the supremacy or Hie uw.
Now, I bold as a fact, which I am convinced note
; will gainsay, that while the people of this Kingdom,
, both naturalUe-d and native born, bold the Throne
and Government of tliis Kingdom iu a decree of re-a.rf.-t
ml.L-li kiVi toluoit-a for their tatience and
. l r . V M.t.n. T ..a afw.w Tirk prrt
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k)..i.trr f..r the irfH.n.e or their ooiuion.. A class of
men are now in jower, both iu high cfSee and low,
who have hardly ever h.l a heart-beat for this
: of tlie Ministers now he.-e have ever
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sneak the laniruage, and know noth.ng or their cus-
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torus. In i .rivate life they hoi 1 them in contempt ;
are utterly reiraidlesa of those desires and pecti-
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themselves for their several p-sitions either by stud: -
ou!y regar llng the idiyncraciesof thispe.ple,orby
that prominence in any department of life among men
in this country which should mark those called to high
: positions in a Constitutional Government. Their in- j
, 44 Said IW W L'U BJ. I M V 'a Sa a. av SOW MVS a - v a-vav v
affectionate regard for the people, and to those who
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; have watched closely the progress of affairs fer some
. . .it- 1 r
: few yesrs, their influence upn the king and chiefs
has been regirue.1 wiui unmixet regret. .t times
wura iur iuuju tuvir ivii itwii vj'j"w tuv a j
11sl t. r.M..rr l.l,.-t i
1 l . - 1 i..:- z.' ..1 4 .1 - i:..a
tT them the resji-ct of a large part of the community.
In a constitutional mr-narvhy such a Ministry would
resign or he dismissed from onwe. In this country no
o-nstitutional coun is open to the people to procure
their dismissal from ofTice.
Now as to the rights
all classes of citizens :
That th's ievple have a legal an 1 mral right to
all the privileges er.j.-ye.l previous to the coup of
1C t noiie can deny, and yet they are restrained from
their enjoyment. Ike great right of representation
iu a s-parste bouse is a right tliat comprehends all
others, for without that they are rendered utterly
puaerlcs to assert and maintain any rights or liber-
j ties at alL There is in this Kingdom, at present,
practically iw representation of the pc-plc.
Tlie governing classis have dilileratciy, and with
I strw-'.f.-nt .li-lniiiii-:i..n- t.ln the irfs.tilf in this
pi-sition, thus showing how much they regard tl.e
rights of the nation, and in what degree they really
desire a .ntitutional Government.
Iu regard to the respect fr the Law, a hich is so
I es-xential to inspire conS lence both at home and
abroad, I have shown with what facility the fuudi
menUl law of the Kingdom was set at nought, and
how a facile Court was leJ to yield to the imperious
dictates of authority.
We next consider whether 1 y any political com
binations, or parties, desirable changes can be eff.-ct-teL
I am led to answer negitivtly an I to conclude
tliat these evil are Uyon-1 ordinary reme-ly.
In the Crt place what Coull a J-arty in opjositu n
I here to accomplish 7 0 pOloIe pret-jn-ler ince, nu-
! - I
.,wer?.-vHr in.iiI.1 uffiL-e to make a luaioritv in the so- !
j , , I
called Legislative Assembly, if the Ministers clne to
exert the r.wcrs tliey have arrogated to theuiselves.
It is easy to avy they wout-1 not exercise all the pow
ers they miht ; but their course heretofore, aud
especially lat.lv, cannot lea-1 any to look for mo- i
deration. Again, the Government patronage, which j
they have inaugurated the practice of using j
against the Ditioti instei l of f-r it, is 1-evoud
tt.at ..f anw laArrstRsnl. !n eotof ariM.n k t!i '
j . 1
doting i-puiation. an-i give tutm a .aer wnicn 1
a . s
I C-nure.y IO coi.siuutionau-.u. n.e use o. uie
i funds of t-he Treasury to sustain new.jiers, and
": other mean of brr.w-lieating any who may cliance to -I
differ with them ; the centralizing despotism, by .
which every department of the Government, even the
judiciary, is under the control of the Ministers, and
' which can be, and are use-1, for the oppression of .
' any who dire express sentiments of oppr-sition, from
the Judges to a deputy shipping master against all
; these no party could make any hea lway except by j
1 actual revelation, even were there the unity of ae- j
1 tion an-1 combination from hich so much is exported.
Apiin, thecfovk'tioo jtroa irresL'titlc that aecan-
: I...IU Van.lh..-wf.,rtlielofrvt-l1tilDlitof r-atriotlstu
' ' g
J whicb jui-k- racn in hijili r'"t;.n m other couotnts. i
I Tliiszrf in part out of the fict that the liovernioera
ia tu-vle up ot such m:xel material, ana the fiiiur
I t fSoesi are fillel an ue have stntol It men vith no
I real sentiments t-f I'-ve f-r the nati.-n, as a nation,
i but rather hy thi alios chief ahu is to cultivate
i that favor with the Throne that shall insure them
i. . ... .. .....
j their ja-slti.-t., ahk-h th-y ue more to r.T.pi-se the
i natural jr.grew of the Kiuzloio tln-.n to inaugurate
; an-1 carry i n a purely Hawaiian j,-lie-y that shall oc
cur 1 a itL the uatural ten lenoies ami destiny t-f the
Tlie comparative insignificance f the political stage
seems to prevent oar ju lges and statniian fn.ru !
tVaing the K fry view and hih i-wlitical ia-iti.ns I
t their criiigirg subserviency iu carrying out measures j ps of those interested in lleeiprocity, who did not
I which they Uvc been weak enough to avow them- j ttre" ,in. rther the government was right- !
; , J . . 1111 . - I ly- administered or not, w.tli the hint that icr- 1
, selves oppos.l to. intea-l of honorably- resigning , h:l tLev ftnf 8,l,uHhin!r IlK(re tha .. ' . !
list are evential to well orderel governments. Xo
one of them ever seems to regard that his position
should ever be subordinate to his principles. Would
the same judges who occupied our Supreme Bench in
1S04. if tbty had been upon the English Bench, have
sanctioned such proceedings as they then did? I
have a bigker opinion of them than that; but in tbe
cat are of things they did not deem it worth while to
lose their positions for a principle, where the interests
of only CO.OUJ people were involved, and no fame
would awa.t them as would have been the case had
the interesu of a mighty nation been involved in the
a. : a.. at . A b . fvi.tli imliri.l:ll sr.T
lUU.U . uau.j-awvu. v-v..
the sixty thouud, his rights were as dear as though . "- :r-g .-v t -
he were a unit of sixty millions. I uo not assert that J toi-tcd by artificial means. A the svcur.ty of t.ie
our Miuburs and Judge are men tf lower morth. and ha rW of M., mouth detcuds upni this laeht.ie
principles than those of other nations, but, in the ua- i folly f cutting down the trees is row manuest.
ture of men, we cn hardly expect tf them what we j The effect of fne law s against catting and in tavor
might were they iu more conspicuous positions; there- ! of planting trees in Fiance have ecn sueh, that
fore it Kvuii to me that we cat.not exjct to establish j of late yearf, instead of a steady dee'rea; in the
here, or build up, those constitutional safeguards and j extent of woodland in the Empire, there has been
tribunal of appeal r hich shall be above the hcal intlu- I a constant gain. In 1SC-0 the wooded surface of
ences that exist here, so h-ng as we remain an indc- ; France wan 8,783,3-13 hei-taren, or !er than ,
ndent nation. Hence, since the revolution of 1C I, 5hMHH1 acres, the whole nuuiltcr of acres if land
I have U-en growing into the cenvictiou I now so jn Pf.,, U-jnj- at le-.ist lll.,(.H.K.,lXH. In 1SG5
stn-ngly h..M, that 11 annexation alone can we l..k j t!)e lluluier Qf hectares in wood had increased to
for any escape from the evils of a government which j yVer 9,((t00, or nearly a million acres more
is based upon selfish motives, and that ignores all j than mtvn VOiirs before. In a few of the other
true principles. A nation may live through a revo- , Kuri.-..n .v 'uia, T,resxrvati..n ufwood has Ix-en
I lution which 8011 lar it onward in the path of pro-
gresf, ami be Utter for the ordeal, but a revolution
fc . . . . , , ,
which strikes backward and destroys the more prom-
, . . , ... , , . i 1
ising outgrowth of national life; a revolution which.
degrade, and deiooraliie. rather than uplifts; which j
prostitutes high offices; which drags the Courts into j
coiiuivauce at the destruction of what thev were in- i
stituted to uphold; is based on moral perjury, and j
. . , .... .
can only result r a demoralization which tue nation
wul Lardly recover Irom. lUlS nation nas entereu
upon the path of Mexico and the South American
I have no faith in the operations of any possible
parties here. In other countries parties are influential j
U-ca ise they are known to have cuheience and power
enough to revolutionize when. their just claims are
unheeded, and are felt to have the will also. Here
this cannot be: the natives have no taste for jolitical
turmoil, and the foreigners, who are so constantly
informed that they have no richts which the Gov- I
eminent are U.uu-1 to respect, are all more intent
upon present gain than the building up of au in le
endent government upon a broad basis of justice
and truth. Sj long as they are let alone, but few of
them have any regard for the oples rights, and
the great majority of them are to much interested
in the pecuniary gain which will result from annex
ation, that they do not care to contribute to the sta
bility of this Government. This is not saying they
are w orse cr U-tter thau most men ; they follow nat
ural laws. The governua-iit does nothing to challenge
their respect, and their interests lead them to hope
for a change.
Any citizen whose views cannot agree with
the Ministers, is styled a 44 fire-brand,' 44 a trai
tor," no matter how conservative and loyal his
opposition. The Ministry show and feel no respect
for any who may differ with them in any degree;
they desceud to any artifice to annoy and disgust all j
who oppose them. Thty continually inform the for
eign community that -Ley are regardless of their
opinions. They degrade themselves and the na
tion in the L'.-easurcs they take to carry out their
ends. They pi-.e before the honest Hawaiiaus who !
...... r.- ... r... wltApn.fWa l...r .. ir.nll.
reticence, a hoi.c for annexiuon to some other power,
. r '
Of what success a 44 pirty " coul-1 hoj-e for, we :
. my form some idea when we remember what the
M:nistei-s did at the last elect;on, where the govern-
incut patronage, in the hands of a lunatic, with Mm-!
.... . , , .
1 icnal Co-oieratioii, succeeded m st:fl:ug an exnres :
; 1 !
J '.-. .1 . , , . , '
I again submit, that in advocating honorable an-
Rc , i,., Sr.f v. -
T now open to airy-who are not 7 renared
, ' , J . rePur-s
.... ......... .,iiVIltt, usurjmuou, aiM in constant
peril of their rights and properties. The material
andTre lS? ? increased value to property,
and moreeouitable Uxation, I leave for the present,
nifrelj siivnng that the course adontol l.r the
. t ' . " . . , i . . .
-vlinistrj ox visiting their personal spite upon a
! - . , ... . 1
, friendly power, even at the excuse of thwart ng a
1 , ?
: measure of great national importance, shows eonelu-
( 6;vtly ,MiW ,iu5e fhe m;e 5nlerefs of'tue nation ftrft
j reganieJ Dy tliem, ami I commend the chalice to the
: - - i . a . r
iu tuio couuirjr, aiM fllVC sollie lliUTtt III ItS
It is well known that the views exprcfted by
nJTT' (.) "T f in rVr ''
" ''"' "'-' --''' ' iu oy tlie puoiiner 01 tt.-is
I"uI'-r . 'u-. e are ron-ianuy receiving evnlence '
j that he espresso the sentiments of a large su.d
incringi, ember of ,-emm, including many ,.f,
our oldest and most influential resident. " 1
We regard the growth of such sentiments ns
tlieililtur.d result Of the Course Of the .Ministry,;
and regret that their i-ulit-v, or rather want .f
., . i
jmiiey, rl.ttlll-J give lorce to tl:i." arguments ailillltail. !
U-, ., . .
, i.iii. v 4i-u ii..-. k -fc .ii.iiuilL III..J-C mat Sdllic
cure may U? found f r tlie growing evils coin- ,
plaiiM-d of, short of the remedy advanced by our ;
corresja:ndi iit, we dot-in it our tluty t give
free scope l"r tlie discussion of a subjaat that is
daily forcing itself upon jKiblic attention. We
..... I..A... -... i... . i : . r i i .
.... i.lv i.,.-r, un-mT oi u i;.rgi- huso
Ol 1IIS .Vl.ijeslv S l:UttlIUl SUliJCe'tS Will MH-lire .
" . ,-...!
IIIC rcjectllll attention OtlC to tllCIll, 111 SpltC Ol a
hostile MinL-trv, which we have rcas-.n to fe-.tr is,
by a most pcr.-istcnt and ill-adv isol course, 44 do- j
ing its little lcst " to alienate His Maiestv from :
th,. rw. ,r..l nn.l .e,t I -,Ur- ..r ..
bt-r of His subjects.
Ir-41V tllfj Iillsts and lMttllt 1
tll I !-1 SI Ulul
.s tios m tlie senson most lavt.raJ.le to r iant-
. . . ll 1 1 l. I I 11 ,
'"o " "e enouio enocavor to i
...... . ... .. '
bin. uuiiliai Ol nil? 1 4 '11 Ii
1 lie '
value of even n vacant ixu-ture lot may be doubled
. , . . "
by planting it with fruit and ornamental trees. !
. ' , 1.1 1
tare must always be taken to guard against am- :
m ils during the first few years. !
Kvery year the forests on our mountains are'
decreasing in extent, and the time will come!
- when le til provisi n will I net vsearv to protect
.1 .... -?t. .... v ? - ,
tnciu, bo is uoiie in iuiiie i-.urnieuu ruuiiinrs, lur :
there is no doubt tliat they Iwve a great inducnee
, e .... :. ,Le tcinrature
It is traditional, says an exchange, tiiat whole !
regions in J-pain which are now barren or only 1
tscd for jasturage a part of the season, were, be
fore the noMe woods of the country were cut ;
down, free from drouth and rich in crojis. In !
France tlx; same tcnden-y lias 1-r-cii checked by !
legislation, which interfered, a. early us liWJ, to '
prevent the felling of Prctts without itTmission. '
The b-gislation ia now very stringent, and in ad-
ditiun the !.vcrnmont e.vcrf isos the rilit of com
,.,,1. ..!nt-..5.-.n ..f fr. nn f!.. l:in,l nff!ii.M
ct on tli lanJ of citizen:
- ..., , - - l
wirlio wUl not l-o hired
f'V tht T.ul'llC llli'iliOV to '
P, . . . :
I he rrvnoil 1:IVV f 1?J
,,aT1t for tlr-nis lvc. Tl
f.rhids the cutting down of anv woxd larger thnn
twentv-five aTs. unlv it hiiail j jair t the
Tv.r-r authorities tlit mk-Ii wiud is not neci-ssarv
to T-."te-t the fiil on niountauis .r tteoji sl jia. ;
cr totinst the eniToiiohiiier.t of rivers-; or to r-ri- :
sorve springs and water courses from drving up, 1
an-1 tlie M-.ishore from 1in hlwn or washcl ;
away ; f-r the defense of the fruiitier or f.r the j
j.uhlic health. It wa found that to eut off the j
fin'rU oaiisvd the hillsidei t. mt etrif jvd .f Pil,
and the aprinp" t dry up; that t.irrer.t and fr-s!i-t
were much nure injurious nftcrw.tnl.i. and that 1
the tea Kind cnortochevl upon the arable fields a
soon as the woods near tl-e shore disappeared.
Every one who bus paid much attention to the
subject knows that these changes take place, giv
ing" ri sometimes to remarkable phenomena.
For instance, the h.ng beach at My mouth, when
the I'ilgrims landed there, was eovtred with trees,
and an Wand of considerable extent outside of
the lMjach was al-o wooded. Since the tree have
been cut the sea hao washed the island away se
that it covered bv cverv tide, and the !each
has become so n;irrvw in Kiiue parts that tlie tvas
, . ttlT- -. r.V-
j , .rt , liIlt JU,whi,. ;.h e. much ku.sh
. f. .. ... r - ,
in France. Lutil within a few vears since coal
has commanded a high price, the natural imrease
. .. -.i
wf w ln MasMcI.usetts has kept ee with the
amount cut oh each year.
C.UI.-Mr. KhoHea be, la .eiara hi.
very siuurre Uiauks to tl.e younjt gonlIt.mra, members of the
olJe ,,. wt , pj-Hy tti the fire m hi.
I pr-ujln daring bi nWtuv frvan l.iue on ThunUsy eei;itijc
II ut.iuli:, April lo, ISoS.
Good Iol;iIoes at Cnsl !
K V Mol, frutu Maui, a Cki.ioe lot uf
Carefully Selected Potatoes.
.r sale at Ubt Kaiuily tirucrry and 1-U 6ore. hy
t.M 3t 1. BAKTLLTT.
II. J. W. VllliriKL.I WII.I. t'OX-
H'CT tur buMiis (iuriug our Hocn fr-ai ill liauiis.
L. KlellAKOS K LJ.
Honolulu. April 3, 1C9. CiO It
IFOUItll) .41.1, I'MKSONS Tlil'STING
luy liUlMiid. oiiui-d PAl'Alil Ki.KK A ou my :cvoui.t.
I alsu f.fbul Ituritx-rai. r. niiutf. Take an-1 iia-.ls from
irin auy kiuJ of su-onc l.qn -r ti L.u., as 1 aiil y uo il-(.u
uf that kind. CM LIU A Kr.KKAlL.
OX AM) AKTKll TtEM).V AI'RIL 14,
1S&S. a uivitiend of fifty kt cvv.l. will be paui to ibe
crr.lio.rs ol K. llycroll, at (be vuicc of
6M 21 A. F. JUPD, Assignee.
TfaJEW CHOI', XOW tO.Ml.XG IX.
xH Hut sle by
0.-0 310 C. 11KKW1K Ax Co agrnts,
BOOT AND SI.OE MAKER,
ftraar llrnnJfa f II s t!fl..
Honolulu. 11. I. C20 ly
KA.T3 II:E3 A
a few choice:
His Late Majesty
The fluet and moot correct liken- ever printed, can be bad
l-T early k-plica.Uuu at Ibe liookstore of
Ci) St II. M. VVIMTXtY.
8-5 O f-O LULU
IROX WORKS CO.
qrm l rfrineiL ,
. bCeam A-Egiuea, oiigoi xxtiio,
, vuiuiiuai ataakioaaicst,
: Steam Boilers,
WtOU-ht aad Cast Iron Kettles,
g y jtX XI M 1E Tf ORUE op
" t m.urial hdJ workmanship.
EVKItV D15CRIPTI0N OK
Meani and Water Cocks,
Yalvej, Uau,;- C cks,
teant Ua-.igirs, and Injectors,
I'ipin? K'.boa, Trs.
In.iin Rubber IVrkinc,
ALL K1MS CP
Brass Work Neatly Executed.
Bf.vt B;;r Iron and Cumberland Coal
0 , . - . - . . -....i.
ANU ALL OT,,KR KISM l,r
XV A T 8 It IV II Si 53 Is S ,
Ms-te.-f either Iron or W.l. eulcnlalion. for whUhwdl he
'" ' i.rtiuurs ..iuaw, iH-d. n i fn of
lerf my de-mil lc-iil H.e of .ur Centre lsrli:.r?-?
" h-sel may l? M-i-n at ll.e K h- 1-1 jj.tati.-4i. vbtre it is in
oia-raiiiin ciTine et.nre Kati-i.-tciion
vv i is- r3 1 1 r t-,
Of all Sizes and Descriptions, with I'mnps,
Made aud ad.ipted to any place require-l.
WOOL, PULTJ, COTTON & OIL PRESSES,
Made of any size and strength.
cnhinine .11 tbe hlst improvements, and e-MupreJ f the
naatenais. "it ur i. itctv-j h i;vii,- n.nr- ui.
taction n the esten-ive ranch of the M- r-i. J. : K sinclnir.
lal-md Nuliau. ah n-.ay be consulted with rrsar.l In psr-
t,cu"tr 6M 3,n
ITK "T THAT. OX TIIK
' ol ljliii.a. I.land A !aui. bj ili-oited in t!.i oi5oe lh- title
', 4 a k. the right wLercif oe claims as aathur, in the words
: fi-iluo-inp, tu
K uklknhi hnaaka Hawaii.
! Now. tl erefi.re. know ail men l-y UiOe prevents, tlt I, I
' Kato. hsui. )ta. II. II. M.s Min;trr of tfie li.terior. in aoc.rd.
T' " ' ,u . "v--uuoe.i. i-arms
dte the liih day .-f leluary, lSi. and l.y virtue of tbeau-
. . ... . ...
m.irity in nie vrste-i oy .--i,-.,, ... ,ne pen rai prons.oos of
rartmetits laws ls45 and d-i hrel-v iriant unti.tl.e . .1.)
Article 4. t haiiter f tbe Art to iKMniittlir l.i-cuiu-f !.
J- w"1,, Ksuwahi. n..t a im.tu-trat-.rs and
Oar s-4e ripht an-1 lilierty -f prii.lirir, npr-ntine. publishing
aol en.:itit the said ioo ..f f.-m-s in u.e ni...i iiau.i,
the term uf ten years from the lih day of February. .. D.
In '"e-ri 1. 1. Ruttrn.v, u:. Mro-ty,
Mincter of the lotrnor. have caused the s-al of tb In
l-"-l teriorefflce to i-e b.reuntu fji this is-.h -.ay of Feb-
ruary, a. P. i-s. L.-kamehami.ua.
,: ' retcnitre.i that, on th- 22.! dy of r.4 raary. a. n.
10V J. W. M. Kauwahi. . t..Lai.Mi. Island Msui, iu aecd-
uftsiih r rliuniior m Act "Tod oorite iirnin-in n.;
MPg l.-m, i.y securing tne c-.pirs charts, tnapj aii U,k, to
the authors and pr.pri'ti.r of such c-.i-s-.' apt rve.1 no the
"3T "f J'P -eJ m this uttcea cpy
01 bis book, entitled.
"KCniKlHI O KE KANAKA UAWAI!
The rtrhts of which he claims as amh-.
lu iratitr.. ; y wbtr.-" I have l-crrunt sei n.y baud n-l
.. , cava ire sevi r-i in- int-rior ii artm.n: to be iEkJ
B I . Ii..rw.tlii t.i. f.rk .J lf..1. . I. . -. J
i LK1. W. HUTCHISON.
Minister of the Interior.
FIX 12 A UTS.
WK -VK XOVOX IIAXD A VERV
T Extensive and Cln.ice A'S-irtment -f
Enravins. lliromos, I.i(!ioraph,
MOI LIUXOS AXD Flt A.MKS
Of aU d'scr.ption-.. VA ins. r fc Newton", t), Uri Water C..k.rs.
anvass. Orawir. I i--r. lraii z St -..lies
B.-ks on Architecture and Ornunienta:i--n. Hruli. I
I'a.-O-I t'nyon. Itr Mot lt ar l'. :t-ri.l f .r Mas i'lusti
n jr. tr, Ac-, ail .-f wMch we uff-r at I lie h.west ni'i.
MV Av KOOS.
219 M'Miter.jnrry street (Unas fll-k), Ci- M iir ttnn, 4:
V al, ixf.o street, San Franciicn. Cli lm
W. TI1M (.
C. K. CL1K.
sfcvnia a:ci:, i i.ai:k & co.,
SAX Fl: A X CISCO, CAL.
We will attend to the Sale of suirs, and all kinds of Island
Al). talheTarrhae and Lraardintr of Merrbaadlse.
IT C'n.k Ji.rarrs maJr on Comsi.jmmt af. C19 Cm
Paris, according to a cable deatcl , . . tc ib. PUc
1 - wk.vra riiTi.i rensoiuii. ww .
SCrKhUicj and that public
S with which he has generally con r ved to
keen in line. He recently maue a
r.r.i... i;i...;.. r.f tbe wress. "ut contriver
bridge Vhem stilf more Wb..
are to be imposed remain to le see-n. The "beruea
of the press are already abridged to an extent that
seems almost incredible. rp(111..
Affairs are evidently in a bad way in France.
The Emperor fancies that be has founded a . d v nas
ty but few persons suppose that the I.mpire will
Ver be transmittal to hU son. Possibly it may not
survive the present ruler. .The fact
A a tn.a
the Credit Mobiln-r. laiiire 01 tne .r.m .
. . ... r- . M : n I . . M
and general prostration of trade bave deprived
them of the profits they have heretofore enjoyed.
Opinion seems ripening for a etiaage. J ue r-mj
ror se.-ms to be aware of the condition ot afl.nrs
lint his old ctmiiing and niiscrupnlonsuess will
probably remain with him to the hist, ami retain
in h'is olac. nrovidiiir he can succe..i in enVc-
i tually muzzling the organs of public opinion.
1IRMKEKS ARK RKQIESTKI) TC-
11 upon the Treasurer (at the ofice of the t nf nd) and p-y
ia their Mouth., B, order of 1,.
Men.ber of Investigating Comujittee.
Ilonululu, April 3. lsos.
. FOK S.-lliE.
500 ACRES FIRST-CLASS LAND,
SITl'ATED IX THE 11TR1CT Or
HA.viAKrA.i.i.nd..f ii.wa.1. . he '"fi'1.
W for a farm, and is weu-anowu a. i"""- "
Hrlee. One Thsssand
Applr. Uox 110, or to
61 S lui
Rare Chance for Investment
to dispose of
The Lease of the Pelley Premises !
SITl ATEl) ON HOTEL STREET,
Together with the Furniture !
The boose is centrally located, and contains seven first-class
Kooois. suitable f--r peotlen.eu desirins; a quiet horae. There is
also attached to the premises a pood Bath Kooni, Baths, A.C
The Ih.um; has recently heeo lhr..uhly repaired, ath! is now
oue of Uie most successful and favorite Lodging Uouses in the
Cits the rootus liOK rarely vacant. .
.1. ... : In tti. ahura iyv-nn,lu.n tr.ts
presents an opportunity sekloia offered. The house has here
lofure and is uuw d.vioif a ( d paying business, au.l is relin
to a Party aisiimi; iu . .-. - 1-
XT "For further inrticulars apf ly to
E. C. R0WE.
A Splendid Assortment
Tiissfc Received -Per
Steamer " IdMlio,"
rOLI)EX GATE EX. FAMILY FLOl'R, I
vJ Graham Flour, Oatmeal,
- Duckwlieat Floor, Rye Meal,
lloxes beat White Macaroni,
Boxes best White Vermicelli,
Fresh Layer Raisins,
lkrst California nam,
California ftreak Bacon,
Sinuked Beef, Smoked Bacon,
Smoked Beef Tongues.
PaciQc Codfish, Cases Green Corn,
Cases Green Peas, licituny, .
Curry Pow.lt r.
Japauese Tea B papers,
Japanese Tea & papers,
Japanese Tea 1 & papers,
Japanese Fan Tea 1 Sj papers,
ASd Auotars- at af Ibe Olrbrnlr-d
JAPANESE TE A IN BOXES !
Boxes Essence Lemon,
Cases Little Neck Clams,
Cases Pepper S.tuce,
Cases California Lard,
Border's Condensed Sink
Cases McMurray's TaMe Fruit Peacl.es,
Casta Cutting's Table Fruit Peaches,
Cases CuUing's Table Fruit Pears,
Cases Cutting's Table Fruit Quinces,
Cs. Cutting's do. Assorted,
California Cream Cheese
Boxes Saloon Bread 23 tfci each,
Ci Freah Salmon iu tins.
Cases Summer Sivory, Cases Sage,
Ground Cl-ves, Gr-.u-j.l Ciunanioi),
Casrs Cutting's Jellies quarts and pints.
Cases Capers, Cases Spice.1 Oyttir, -Fresh
Citron, llillinjrs' Hams,
Tins Crackers assorted,
CALIFORNIA GOLDEN SYRUP,
California Oats and Pnn,
White Beans, Mediterranean Fijrs,
.VI j pie Siipar, Groand Pepper.
ALL THC IKOVE r.(MDS 3IAY BE CLLIED 0.
FRESH AND CAREFULLY SELECTED,
AND WILL BE
Sold tit Lowest Market Kates,
Family Grocery anI Feed Store !
6,s ,m II y I. CARTLF.TT.
II AVE RECEIVED
PER LATE AIIIIIVALS,
PER STKA3IER IDAHO.
OUR CSl-AIa SI PPLV OF FLOCK. Ia hi.
and quarter sacks.
Also, Ier I. CT. Murrny,
Calif. -rnia Lime, and a lrire assortment of
Points aud Paint Oil,
Manila Cortace as.irted
Six-s from 1 to 4 J inches.
Per Hark AVilhelin,
Uul.bard's Patent Zinc Paint.
Rest Bulled tnili-h Paint
015 2tn Wbitewash Brushes, tc.
FROM XO. I TO XO. S.JCST ARRIVED
I" "'P 1 REM, at reailjr reduced prices, by
. 61 s P.OLLES A CO.
RECEIVED PKK IDAHO. FOR SALE
hy loli ai EiiLLts It r.
PIE r KIT its.
p.UJFORM.A TAHLE AM) PIE FR11TS
received per IUJHO. For sale by
bOLLE Jfc CO
EXPECTED PER COMET.
CIASES OF CA I.I FOK XI A MKEAI); (Bme.
' ofi.l.f..rnia IM. Bread ; luO tins t,l aa.rted Crackers.
' uiii win tar sola ax Kiw prices by
H BOI.LE.J CO
ATEXT III SHKI). AM) I'LAIXBi7u7d
I ass.irlrd sart, for sale l.y
1S. m BOLI.RS 4r CO.
C"61A ?.ASSMRTEO S,ZESs FOR SALE BV
- - - VA-aaa X tU.
oldcn Ciale rlill Fimm t
Bakers' Extra. Extra Family and Superfine
arir Sacks. . '
RE1XR ECEIPT OF TH P a unri.
llOLLKs 4 CO. .
....... .1.. tit-...l r 1 Jims .mini euu.
-h - o; . .... - . .... .,.it,wi1 to him. 11
arm lnieiiiiTciii n-uv-s .. vn -
brain of France is ia opposition to tlie haiyi.r.
Even the ironeved and middle clashes are railing
awav. The financial embarrassments, collapse 01
I DL. TJ
DURING THE PRESEXT QUARTER us FQrA
LEAV1XU HOXOLCLU, -
Mowlay, March 20A. Hominy. Ajr'tl
Monday, April (!h. Miubiy, April '
Monday. April Yitti, Hut, Jay. J,, ',
Laving l"p the Week t emxtBdEs Ksy
Mond'iy, May Itfu, Monday. Junt t
Monday. May "HSh. Monday, June ' ..
Monday, June 1st. Isi
AT i P. M. PRtCIStLT, Torcmxa xx
AND LEAVING .
Kti!ak(I.-ua. W&lnestlay. about noon, .
Kuila i. Wednesday evrhitij.t.
KuvruUiue and Mahukoiui, Thursday afltrnxMMA
Arriving back at Honolulu Satontsy aw,
JJ Passenger will be tattled at Maliae's laojirj
On Thursday, Juns 25tVl868
SHK W ILL LEAVE FOR ' '
faolon and IVainten, liauai
At half-past sr... '
Arrivinf kick on Saturday, the 27ik.
17 5m WALKER A ALLUf, Asas
California, Oregon and .Tlexif
! San i raDCico and IIohgIuIii
Tbe Conspaay'w Kiae A 1 Steaaakl
F. COXXER, CantsaaMder,
Will run bettcen Honolulu and San Frmatt$
by the Jollovrinq Time Tahiti
From -Honolulu. .. ....Feb.
From n Kmncivo Mr
I San Frnciacw.....K,
t Hooolulu ...... v?- 1?
lo" April 3! At San FrDctsco...4lA
-'nncisco... April SSiAt llonnlul. j,, I
lulu May V At fan Francisco " v.l A
From sau F
From Honolulu. ...... May
Bates of Passage hare been Sedated
fiSO - - CAMS, 30 STEERAGE.
- j Through Freight to PorUaod ud Victoria will bs lake
- j reasonable rates, and v
MDE OX ALL SIUPH3T3
1 r.u siLuiLai .
Insurance guaranteed at lower rates thau by sailing vtackt.
Particular care taken of shipment of Fruit.
All orders fur t.oods, to be purchased in fan Fraodscs, siS
be received and filled by retorn of steamer.
C13 3m H. UACKIELU A C0 Afeats.
laculur lisatcli Line
SAN FRANCISCO 2
TUB AMERICAN CLIPPER BARK
Will hAie Immediate Dispstr b fsr the ibsve Fart.
. Fr Freight or passaire, having superior accuoBiodatiaal hr
cabiu and steerage passengers, appTy to -
17 C. IIKBIVER A CoAreaU.
For Bremen or Hambilr&
THE HAWAIIAN CLIPPER,
-felt. W. O O ,
ii. JACOBS MASTER,
V7111 be LIp.tflied for eitbrr f tbe abte Ptrti,
tmwawnj oo ser return irom can rraudscn, : . . . k ;$
And Sail on or about the 15th of Hay.
For freieht or passu re. having superior Cabin
tians, apply to 610 m . 11. 11 ACKFkLU 4r C.
C. BREWER & COS LINE ?
TOJt 2V12TT BEDFORD
Tla A 1 Ana. Clipater Sfslp
S Y3Et 3E3 3Tj'?
PERKIXS MiSTKR, .'
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
Ilavinsr a large part of ber Cargo already roftgrd. Wvt
fiviicht or passage apply to C BUG WEI A CO.,
610 Market Vthirf.J
McCOLGAX tk. JOIIXSO.V,
FORT STREET, HO ft O LULU, B.
Opposite Tlieod. C. IJeuck'a
DR. af. MOTT SMITH,
Office corner of Fort aud Hotel Street.
Fort Struct, opposite Chhl Fellow's Hail. Honolulu, B. I
61 a ly
fnternaUo'.al Hotel aud- Restaurant.
THIS lo;CLAR IfOL'SE HAS BEES
eottrely renovuted. and is now wndVr the tnanaccata!
1 -I '.I MR li;i l: l.ri. Lin. IK. I n limal
will eii-tl-le him to attend to the wants of his patrons is tat 1 1
merit eftkient tuauuer. . .
Board, $5 per week I Rooms, SI 50per week
MfcALS FKOM T A.M. TILL 10 P.M.
CIS 3n A. SIXGF.R, Proprirtsr.
Al.la I'ERSOXS I XDEBTED TO TMB
a. late Rev. J. S. ktorrs4. and all persons kavisc cUisu
upoo the sa:d Rev. J. S. Emrrsio, are r.-.ir-ted to call spss
tbe undersigned without delay. S. N. KMKKSON,
VVaialua, March 23, IsrW. ,613 Ira Admioistratar.
Sperm and Whale Oil,
V THE CASK. RARKEL OR G A LM) Jo
M M vv ill be sJd at reduced rale, by
61o t C. L. RICHARI'3 ACa
Cotton and Hemp Canvas,
A I.I. XCM1IKRS AT I.OWF.R RATES
tbau have been soid in this market for six years. Ar
ply early to (616 laj) C. L. K1CHAR1S A Ca
Just Received and for Sale,
THE CARGO OF DARK " UlLMEB,"
JL CO.Mri.ETE ASSORTMEXT OF
White Cedar Sbinsles,
Laths and Pickets.
Surface Planed North-west Boards,
Surfae Planed North-west Plan.
Ii ami 11. fuiUl.le f-.r Heading, Ac Aa
Also, Received per " Syren,"
AN INVOICE OF
Doors, Windows and Blind4) !
WE HAVE OIJ HAND
AH se Wroasht and Cat Nail, White Lead. Zinc Paint.
Boiled Linteed thl. ?iirite Turntiue, Cal a liuiur Var""
Coai h Varnish, and a variety of
Paints in Oil and Water.
A EW AXD
Select Assortment of Wall
Window Glass, Sheet Lead, Paint and WaE
AXD A COMPLETE ASSORTMEXT OF
j 33llilclclsi,, II,i-clAVJiie.
7?rxtc-.xi Luftdfr. IlrtiiriHxl Shimjlea, , TkW'
Moulding. L-ittiei. Jtc, d c.
ol St joft, Kinp and M etehant?.
Rare Works on Sugar.
ITF.RV DIFF1CCLTTO FROCl'RK UEK
T or elsewhere :
1 Copy V ray's Practical Sur Planter illustrated,
1 Copy Prer' Nature and l-ruperties of Sojar Can.
I Copy Kerr's Cultivation of Socar Cne, tha4
Stewart's Sorphum, and iu IVJucis, iDcluJiog sne aw
ot makine Soimr. H-iaf
Hedsvs' s,nho. riving the best irethnds of eosstraw
Mills and Sorgbum Pans.
Sinclair's Ccje of Health snd Lotirtvitr. vJe
; lm for sale by H. M. TnIT