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O OXJCMI3H CX -XX. .
MJTCKDJT. MJr 1. lie.
(lar atarlo rarunt, kM -s mr4 f-mort a airarte forei-
arrival mm! bat tnuMi, st Uw sar-l bin mt lb hwM
at U part f rt wsrk.
geauJrS UM WaAa aad C. Vmrrmf, wklrb KkkJ em Sjl
arday hue, ka-w M iwpnrt taa aV pa tare tdUS.r. STaaa.
ai Wah-rwr.iv, f r rwK wii ca-f- f racry
su-a-, so.1 CiUk mf.g Wake's
fV fck fWa M. SmIU boa a Stil v "
I.uJ aatasara. ao-l aula mm IVi Hwk tkta rrwM
Tk srtnunrT tlmmtm mt km-Ho L Fartta-al a I takra l-hvnd
akla RmJmrt L. t-Mm m nmm du-ra, crHriaC a aeat
M4rffln- wa " waabfctfa lrtUwllll yet,
TP .. rfc: Wok.-apt t.k T IwM Batatar II will lata
pktew Tow-day ami Ws-to-ada; ana. Il abvacva the aaoal
iMianl as a ttal w-atar.
TV aal by Um KUlmmm WtM mm aa ksulUat early
-at mt, wtb attlra b -Avast May ai.
Um UI tul. 133!.
CON VKCUL ITK.VS.
Tfca Far J CaMlr w-ce Ciaapaay bwaTntaW reeeir:v.
Catll M"Ck. 1-W.owt. ta abar-a, ayw m- rsf nlt
... .. . . . a aad wlw.
miTT-r. taa 1 A ' W CftiJfaaa wa-J .fc real- 1
SATURDAY. MAY 1C.
rVt-vv-a ot tlio f orittnu.
Tb tof.lc cf sraHarbing iutcre-t th ptist week Lu
bern tb prowl rti l-o. !y to the California Meson
Iioe. The L-ca.--atu before the Committee on -iurr
baa eliciul prat JiTsiijr f opSuioa ru
anJ rt, iu I tit argtiutritU lute Levu trjr fall
Tb CV.auiitu-A will it-oUil!j r jjrl to ti hcu.-, an
Mun.bjr vr TaoLr, aii l the uiain nu.-tiun, wkrtlicr
it nbaJl be grautol. aiil yrvUxh'j Lc tlccUIel iluriug
All lurcs ralucJ over $30anJ under $100
3. All borscs valued over 100, $1 tax and
one per cent, on the execs over $lfK). 1
li e j'riiK-ij.le on wliioli the new till ia ImfyjJ
iit v ojuitaMe that it received the ftui.jort even
of the Ministers, and ued it second reading
ulin-t unaniinoohlj. Aa it applies To all horses
f any aye, none can nqw etxape taxation, and
the pr Amhiiitr in that it will yield at l-at two-
thinifl the am.xint f taxex mlWtcd under the ol
l:i w. hi-li M-t UJ0,hh a year.
'llto rolueiioii .f tfie horns tax has lon Im-ii
! tailed f.r lr the niuin-in peojJe, rnd it i a rery
ular u-earure. It wm amujin to ee 1kw ttie
fx rIc It 14 -! -:fn I !, (! lunTArtrn cf the
. . - . Miiitrten elaind tltir Jmm", from "trone opi-
taeanora tat it a p v.a i j a mII luajon', while . h "
t!ic oppoaed abo cUlia a Lr Diij. ritj &gitt it.
Ia the AicutLIr T-:TlaT. tLe Terr lltt-rul
Mti n to a unite! upt'rt of the Ricat'iire. Lat
j fvrpi m. when tln-y controlled t!jc llou.-e, every
TrTif Mn of tiie kind waa voted ilovi ii iimLaiiU-r.
TLU Include aloat f'r th volnateer corj.s. ; and a mcmWr was hardly allowed to ojen Lia
The iun of 8 !).) for Minw:er to AVaj.!j2ton
a postponed at tie ret(net of tbe VuiL-tr A For-
IWiii lrHlt rr i - f - - 1 .
Miuta m tirt -" a.wiv jii caiuaa i trrt AfTiir. and tLatof 83 inif-r Koriia Ml-Ki-a ' narrow-iui
nacVi aaj aaira VaVteuaa rarpt aaot, mmm cUs Mt, PL To Tot aa a t:e pe.ker d.ctJicc It, ! utiicd the
- . . '.a- aaa a- I
lv mr ft.! - mr.- a mm. - . v "T I .r. I a if ff K I t l(aa! 1. n
??'lZj,ZZJT2r?2! Ir.tl ! boi th rrI ataU- of li!:,- in t'.e Hou, t;hl
rata armva, Uua,0W wbvai. aa.1 Kl.ut.iM0
cm rt ir aia-r "f antra fg4 aa MaoW ; raiila,
Sm m , . mi aataa. XJ,M.lbO l iaaJt A iauu,-
aga aoa of kater, wuu,uai
out ol the iC r prr.-nUiUve rrorutrrg thrm.elf -
Tim alnftloB fi.r n mi ntatiTfa in SvKith KoD
Tfca af fcitarr i apfari to t tar rtrrtin la taa 5 . .
Klrbaa In 141,9 p?Mmtnmm4 JK,:Wmjkuk4 j tlkM I-V tillj. & 1 aft ftr aa ( bear, t at tWU
' fin.Ii.Ulx nr in Ih. tul 1 I I.Jinn. 1AI . til Iill
city, a&d pAUturt-, a native of the district, ytho can
eoonoan l a lrvc5 upprt, if be to ikr the efT'rt
Tbe Koxa Packet which will be due about Tuesday,
ouht to briog a.licea of the election.
I rt the next pjje, we inrt the artimlar9 cf the
' 'M,TtS rfca j aaU la tl,a wa.atiia mt O.'viI.Mja Mftiwj
J,mjtUi iba. la lUs laa f1"1"" wUail iJtJtVj.
la annaamprtnf at aarea fri laa J u a t
VI, a Tua l!w ciai ia mt t-Umcat waa
, j tM. ;irr ii f IV fr-r' '- M"' -v 1 -' '
Taa C-Hkraa aai--- dai-a taaf, b --anrtiaa) t Ha aia.-
aa Trmarm la U '' T In U U. Taa anaaa1
atparta am aaoat J70.uuo.i4M 1 iaM-"ta ararly aa aai
a- aaoaata lxu". al U ca aaa f ia- ial, j po-cd I rviu:U polar exfdit:oo. x rvtn another
kialac-, m-i avnaai4. mp-mmy mt taa ctty la a-att A-Xauo . g, ,, Jero that it will tot arrite at IK ooluIa UU
t-a'a a t ai Ui U tat aii iu laa 4 tier I January, lv", ao aa to kUrt frviu here m early ia : in.my ilxiui in tlicDudct !CYunJ a radcnt limit.
"" . i the prir.,? a l pr-ct"cAl!e. It Li liJjerally eud.wed, .Some of the?e, onoe miI, will ! very difficult
rSnyty a ataiiar ( iUM. FrM-t l lurutfo t ha.ru. um t the -am of apji,l-l hrin alrevly bren plained to-
aaaaa k M ay i aa-jix at -"-"---- a J . :. w t. ra ar. t-ra tl. Pk .1 .r fV
will be the great hero of the ntueteeiith century be
be rvnthuaa, Eriton or Ynkt-r. - -
It is ple-isa&t to h e the dul wonotny of our isl
and life relieved with an occasional Concert. Lat
in jutn on the buhject. Udt tiines ehange.
Tle Mini-ter are Hill rovcrned by the name
mded jvlicy which l.aa o hug iharnc-
m. In every bill proreiitcd bv them in
I i ; i t- : . : a . . l . i ...
wxticn jhii;h 1viuv ta reijuirvu tu uc j;ieii, loey
K-ek to rctjuirc by law tttat auoh ltoiiees le in-
rvrteil only in the Gaztlte and Au Oka, the cir
culation of whkh IOJ-.TJ ! n t onc-tMrd that of
the iiidfieud-.-ut a.T. All it-.iu bhould be
allowed to advertise in uvh pa en as thejr c!.i-oe
A fur a ,!ie Apr'priatijii Hill ban Iki-ii acted
a r i
: on, tliere iecii no rcuuction iroiu ia-( t-
iouti appro ridtiotitt, but on the contrary an in
crcaje of e-dW'-
Tiie lialamv of $1"0.(hh) in the treasury luay
prove tbeacute to the country, by t-.-atiug
proligality in our expenditure, and advancing
tnaU. mod Itaa ar ka 3c per mtkr By Uw Bk l'anl RaiUnrul
taa mw to c pa Btila man Omaha, hy Uwr trfwn (ratty,
tnihm rranriaca wt UHO atUra, t X.M tram Aaa rtara-ctru to
llkifi a., arv aula, U la-a jf a ri. Ttas afc-a it
trrt ur taa Caatora roaoa vartra fmm 2c Iw 4c. l mac
TW Itra4a Central tu. -' Btiira. ia 3c (a aulc Te et
Vath Cminl, 2-4 atilr-k ka bt law 3c tr tni (Vre U a
-a..-at-ii-taa.t--rt ti ilta jf- -rr an!. T! New Vwk
aiaa Krka caarfra 3c par atUa. Taa lljrlaai H.rr raarJ. 2fc
par aula. TWaa ratrs appiir aaallfy to t2M thrn-txb aa wtU aa
mm t.1a way l are. iV -rrra-taw ! iwm il-i-ctff ipno (kf
ttraz ( local trod aaJ UM Mrrufii v( cntu:t;iiuB U t2k
Taa Fttiric RaiLaoco ELtvariova taa Iitcc.
TW i.lluwina: UtMaaftva tlta aiaCtorra b.Uvn ana tfaa rk-VL
tt-aa mmm ttsa Ira-I af th a-w o UW pruter;! pou-la mlh t,e De1r ornn DW building in li.ston for the church.
week do lesa than thrte choirs were rehearsing fur
concerts the Kawaiabao, Kautaikapili and Fort
Strvct cbtrva. This Utter ia a-utted by aeveral am
ateurs, and it ia prvjv-tl to give a concert on I'ridiy
; May fJ, for the purpose cf raisin funds to pay f-r
again to redut-e, olxjuld the revenue, from any
i caujc, s!w a fj'linj oT.
While the As.vmbly ciiuald be litend in voting
appro nations for road-, barlxjrs and necwary
ini -roverucnta, it IkuM IL-ten with extreme cau
i tion to all motion.-) for increae of rsiLiries". Where
ja jerjii. in the frerviee of Government, fa cn
) T'"'1 in outriJe bt:ine, bis ralary hhould never
i le rai.-ed, and in 6-ine ii.otanoes it may 1 well
to reduce it. Si wiilt fuch ofSccrti an have j-er-
la mJca. Irrrl rVt.
I.t.(iat point aa M'-narl Rlrt Ot-aHa. wrtj
roa tNaaara-ti ajamriaa SIT '
Eaa BUirar yl mnl una.... til 0 V
rViataut Eraaa' faaa. iH fc jli
I ataam? Z.mrt IT . 7.1:4
ru-aat:l UUeaoaX Fkaa. ............ tM 7.
X-rrarjtia- 7 ' 6 0S
Bralc t-aaa.. ....... .............. . f 7J4
Cm Ra--T. ...... . ........ T .ri
KMi't uaeraav Via 7
FaktLakaCa- IjOCi "44
Ur Mnraataiaa... - 4.SX
Aatrrkaa IVarrt. .................... ljiil 4 v
HtiiMJl Xoor.L-ica ... .. 6.1
flaataualt ta?...M 143 lr3)
Trackca Bia-r T.iJi
acra0aaa CaliaWaia aiaU iioe..... Jf
gmaaat -He-raa ...................... 1.6JO 7U
aam Baa- mt SmOa M atntaina ... l.Tr
rVttifja Chy.. ............. ...... 1.714 (tbrr-rxtcr)
rVaa J-aa l.Vu"
iva Fraackta... 1 J0
LHnaka tW t'rvat faeiSe li KaUraJ mad
- krurt to lra-r-T. 0 SJ03
31 a 11
Foa Wi-vwitf rtm-ra--Pe Knaara, Mn-alav.
Ii ! I ittntra-ftr Clara R. fSitjl, Ta-ala, lth.
1 ua Etc at P Nettie McmU,ao MaaOay.
.PORT Or HOSrOXaUZf'TT. n. IT
ft-rkr KaauuV. Adaata. (ma 4akai.
p -tVaefat.! rCow. t-a llawaa.
la VJir Marry CU-a. W-M. fruaa Manl.
K Mrkr I. Ilka, trtan Mofeaai.
laava- Wa-wtck, Ataaa M ai.
1( ar Iraaaa, tram Maoi.
la frfcr Mary, ftuea llaaau.
- -- 1J X laK i -ft !. Ktara If naL
M -. Itka, ne Kaaaa. '
14 Vfc lltt. .ka. fraaa Kami
.' 14 rtetur Hat JUa. tterri. tnaa I htia
V 4 Va lloaaatlri, fuaa Maui.
-t. hr tt-ita tea. Craac rriaa MtaL
I V- -Vhr Manauktwai, Aatoet-, trnaa MaaL
la-rVhr .niia Morrill. Ijtasa-ri, frraa KaaaL
M.kl t.ln tmr l Uhn, Coaanr. (rVn Fi-tnrWrt.
tt A at Wk P C Marraa. B. aaatt, he aaa fraac
-kf rutta Lm, Craar, k Xatu.
. rvar U-ry. ke Kauai.
i. k UatiM, NJta, r Koaai.
9 rVK A CO -a. Cloaey, f Hawaii.
It -Witt Ka V.a. row-- Maol.
li Vhr Wtreirt. t r M tt.
1J rVhr O-aaoa. ka Mluluu.
1 -Vhr Kaaau. Adaaaa. In MaukaL
1 kr W tV-no-r, Hawaa.
IS Kt Tet-.J4Mia-N. tar KaaaL
13 rVtir Mai".. I r llwati.
1.1 II , V bul k W Wanrl. Jarnfca. ( Baa Frutrtac.t.
LI Br.t Wlrf Clw. t arU, Uji4ke. .
14 rV.'ir I a, Kau.u.
! -ar lioknh-r-. ( Mnt
fpiL-ites. T!e Ije-ielature Miould know just what
The prograracae etubroccs a greater variety than hv !"t!ie are, and bow much they amount to. A few
been customary cn former occasions. The concert on ' years ago a gentleman was employed by (lovcrn
Thursliy.evetuig next at Kaamakapili church, will j luent to take clare of a lun-au, vvhi. ! be held
well repay thoe who attend, if we may juJge from ; fir r-mie ycare, reeeivin a large jicrientagc of
j the income. On investigation by the legislature,
; it was found be wa receiving an un-ome Lirgcr
j than any rson in the public M-rvke exce pt the
- King, and be soon after left tiie country, with-
j drawing some forty or fifty thousand dolbrs.
previous prtlniiances there.
Vie 1-x.k fr the next mail by the hip Wm. Wilcox
early next week. If she tniled on the - J, ahe will
be doe oo th 13 Ah, as the average of passages during
the month of 31 ty is IS days, fche will bring New
York letter ami papers to April iOth.
TLe XaticB-d Republican Convention meets in Chi
cago on Wednesday next, My V), to nominate cauli
dates for Pre-iJent arvl Vice President, General
Grant will aaqaeatiunably be the nominee fur the
former position, and some person from New York or
Pennsylvania will be aelected for the vice presidency
probably some one as yet hardly thought of.
The bark Claba It. ScriL will sail for Stn Francis
co on Tuelay next, taking the regular foreign mails,
which will elose at the poet-office about noon. She
ought to make the passage over in eighteen or twenty
The Kilacka Las been thoroughly overhauled dur
ing the part week, ini le and out, and for her looks
spent is thrown away. Even over the aa stream,
tb width ought not to be less than ten feet, so
that carte can nt-e it when necessary.
aud shipper ir ebijuiiftits ; that those were the
causes which led to the discontinuance of steam be
tween Mauritius and Europe, and the employ-
! . w . . a a
Throo-h other eevtiom, where it can be mom 'n 8a" ,or sSar moiassca carriage nc-
a a I 1 a I.. IT.. T l at . .. i
from ton to I rvu lul iuua- jauroi.c Bu t I uii.ru
af1 fZlT-rr trtkOTaa vltlf fi S.firITlt1 lu
r ' a, , . - l n ; Ptatea ; that the other exporU of the Islands were
twenty fcet. Mr .Martin s work has been well : , r . , . ...
done, and the road is as straight for nnlea aral nl
foreign line of steamers was unprecedented and un
wise. A word as to the action of the ministry in this
matter ; some of the cabinet have deemed it their
duty instead of favoring a fair discussion of this mat
ter on its own merits, to assume the part of log roll
ing agents of the privale interests involved, they
have with the usual tendency of small minds failed to
see anything but interested motives in the opponents
of this measure, and have publicly accused them of
such. The spectacle of cabinet ministers entering
iuto, and with, the lobbying schemes of private inter
ests, is not a pleasant one. A dignified exposition of
their views before the Assembly and a willingness to
not laige enough to warrant the subsidy, anj that
t tint liinlffi.1 m?,rL-.t flir fl.i.if ol j r..lial..! f. ..-
most aa level as a railroad We felt, a. we rode , xro ir,.nU.a lWir incwa t at
over ita m.th, well-gra bi and sodded surface, , (e th). prrttIllcrr ;.Ultt t. no lbor niuW -a ,ke
at a face of not less than fix miW an hour, that ; Wl,r,tl wa ,.v,.ry,tl;!lg Sl, f.lvorable to sailing v.-s-thenianwbo
can construct such a rovl as tliat, . sia, ailli SIUU regularity and dispatch possible;
may Kifely le entrusted with the road ksu-crmteit- tliat vc ere alre.i.ly, anj li.vl been for two years,
dance throughout that ielaixl. No one can riJo in uio:e treipient couiinuiiicuii kii with San Fran-
over it without aduiiring hi? skill. : cbvo than w would be with eighteen trips by ; leave the decision of the Representatives of the peo-
Frotn Kapua (twenty-peven miles south of Ke- ; steam, and that tln regularity of such comnmnica- I pe niost interested would have been a better one.
alakekua) to Kala.ia (twenty-eight miles north of ti. n uas nearly as ereat: that wiih the Un trips j xiie sacrifices which they are willing to make for
Kcalakekua) a total distam-e of lift v miW, t!;e : already gnarajiiee.l t.i u 5. ami the sailitig vessels ! thc success of this measure excite great surprise, they
r.d runs thnugh a tine lnrlt of mountain country, i wncb v; "M ," k'l't pbyed ia the trade, ample j opixvl0,I the revluction of the public revenue $10,000
frequently through beautiful grove- of Koa, tu- , f-'Viiides of coni:nunicatiui were provided, doubt- ! a vear pn tue horse tax tiuestion, till insome way the
. Ifkca rrr?ltt-r lllin t!l.ii..i tail i.kf.k.l .itvr .dt.v nlt.i ?. 1
tui, ouiaaud bread IV tut trees, where orange ana - -" v.v.. ....
. . i . i.. i . , . of eiiual size, wealth and importance iu the world.
cofJce trees are abundant, and whore grass gtws 1 ......
,, . . r i u t it was urged that the principle of subsidies was
r---ntaneouslv from one to two feet high, leaving e
i:sIfSS for short : ttrni tit it f 111.. .n.l .f
years we should be worst- olf than now ; that this
subsidy was only aiding the Cotupauy dining the
time they would be making temporary leases to
enable them subsequently to subject us to high
charges; that subsidies were given by maritime na
tions to enable their citizen to compete with others
and Irish iUtoes, taro, ie. On every side the in commerce ; that we occupied a favorable posi- j
"I .. 11 . ..i . ... . . !
nu l" iuxunance cum... , t.o., n. ,ns respect : mat onr carry mS trade was , i kMj in the interest of Califor-
Througli this district a good brd cart road ! the subject ol competi iou ; that we were forfeiting j . . . . tahiui.nnt U a f-o. and that it will
should be built, ami n lilienil appropriation made j t!,at P U he unnecessarily paying j eucceed aU its (3 may hdi certain ; but
lor it. It cannot be lu.isUM in two years, but a iv -c.r owu iaia-i- 1 h A- - shoilU fcr h j. not TO milnifest
la'ginning sboul.l le mode, .'evple will never io- ! w ort" ''-ading them to do : that it was derogatory to
rate in this fine but secluded district until the i lJl ' '?l"lJ " lu's t.overuuieni w suosiuize vessels
roads are improved. Not long ago three robust ! "'"V 'f o".V--
r . r j,.. . . . In behalf of the Company, the advantatres sug-
farmers came r.cro from California to locate, bav-: , , . , . . f
... . . . , .... . gested were ol a nature very indefinite and prob
ing a little capital each, who. wished to wttle 011 , .- , , .... . . , 111
A . I.ai.i .k f 1 1 It u nl ffl cbi'im o I irirc It.i.lT-tl o
Hawaii, and make for themselvc-s a home in our ' .. . j . . . . . t .. 1.x .
, ..w.. ... v t rolllilrv. ann vit il lm,l l.t ntff.oflt.l th:it &oin.w
mild cliinute. They visited that island, travclctl .; ... i;.... ..,:
through Komi, saw thc beautiful cx.untry and the i ftn,.i -0,..ti,nes faihues. The saving of interest and
bad roads, and returncl disgusted with the idea insurance was ur-ed wiUi cn-at force: but the fhr-
of 1 K-ating in a country where they could Dot get tires ehowed that if based upon the eight extra tiips
their lumber, timber ami produce to market with- . fr two years, which is all the advantage our sub-
Tbe National Republican Convantin -.t.- .
convene at Chicago on the 20th or May will te
prise 634 delegates, including those from th mT
era FUtes. 418 have already been chosen, fi
are to be elected from the rollowini- h taLl im or'
52, May; Iowa, 16. May 7; Minnesota 8 lii!0"
Kansas. 6. March 25; Nebraska. C, April 29- V '
da, 6, April 8: California, 10. March SI; OrrwT?
New Hampshire, 10; Delaware. 6; VinrinU a'
North Carolina, 18; Alabama, 2.'l,b$,
Texa. 12; and a reminder ol the d-w-Jr i4
Maine and Massachusetts, in which States alatJf
the district system observed. There are thra.
contesting delegations (in whole or in partvl 1
IVnsylvania. Maryland, and Califurnia. '
California's, Grcgon mul illcxica
San Francisco and Honolulu Iioalr.
The Ctnpawy'a Piae A 1 Steatwakia
the inference that all the hay reijuircd in Honolu
lu might c gathered here. Though stony, and in
Some jJaccts exceedingly s-j, frait trceo and cane
thrive everyw'netv. In riding al-nig, one alternate
ly sfs grjves of mammoth bumnia, orange :uid
Cofli-a trees, intermingled with cotton, owa, sweet
! passage of the subsidy seemed to hang upon it, when
lo ! they yield to the reduction, that their pet scheme
may not be prejudiced. This seems to be the only
rational interpretation of their conduct No wonder
the Representatives wish to curtail the ministerial
salaries, that men of less extravagant public and pri
vate tastes may take their places
F. CONNER, Cauanaanalrr, - . ,
II"" run behcetn Honolulu and an Frndici
by the following TiiinJTable :
From ITortorohi... ... .May 9 At San Frani-o.t...-a,j ,
From San Francisco... Ma 2s At Honolulu : ?
-m . . i - .v . v tl. j.. i& t . " .
inai aieam cvuuuuuicwva ueiwnu iur: iijtuia-- ...... Mnaw,,jH
and San Francisco is assured to us is not doubted,
and thai it will increase in accordance with well
known laws is believed ; that political and commer-
CAIUN, - - $50 STEERAGE, $30
naaMnaala ?. V A Ilkaail-tJ anj TL.I'. ' t tL. - a .
A l t 1 a x iKOt v vt twuw HM -a-uja mm W 4M W B
UCFJ11L ADV1XCFS 311 DE 0 ILL SHiriFJ-ro
IrwaniDrc praAranterd at lover ratrs that, bj saUiu nmh'
M.s Commissioner aud Consul has placed ia our j au orders for Oooda, to be purctwr-i in $d FrmBcW m
- . - - W - - a c 11. a . a .T" m
11. A. P..C.
Ma. EoiTou :
I respectfully beg leave to inform ycu that H. L
f I.i. 11 . . tm
1 .- .. TI..IIWIVW1II Jj.
From Hooolaia. ...... Jaly 21 At Sin Francic-...AalL
Fmm Pan Francheo... Aug. -10' At ltoaoJala..t....,rr n
From Honolulu Aug. 23, At Ska Iraucuco SqaTu
Bates of Passage have been Reduced
out more expense than it was w.irth. Their expe- : sidy really brings us. that it included less than a
rience w tliat of hundreds w!o Come here witli j quarter o( the business of the country, for but one
more or less capital, aud with the intention of . ',a,f of 'l wh Californin, and more than half of
fcttliii" down. I that will be done by the ten trips we already have.
Between Kcalakekua and Kailua the roads arc j II was phown ,h lt '"vingof interest tons would
better than in the reiiiaininir i-.rtioii of the sec- "e ' u,a:i : 11,5,1 ow,u l" tQ" w x' Wt d, oup -
A - '
hands the sura of 37a francs, to be applied to the
relief of the poor people who have been injured by
the earthquake of the 2d inst., to be disposed of with
out any distinction between Catholics and Fro
testants mislortune being the only reason for grant
ing assistance. ,
I have been very happy to comply with the de
sire of Mr. Beranger. and yon would oliire me
veiy much by acknowledging in your paper the of
fering, and returning our thanks to our benefactor.
. . Your most obedient servant. -
Ililo. April 20, 1SCS. Catholic TriesL
tion referred to. As a natural consequent', the j
; Hess, but little of that advantage would come to us.
t most of It being to the advantage of San Francisco; j
. lmt atTM 1F fli. irlw !. -o.i.i.ifit .l.lm.1.1 li .1.n?...l I
j a. ... n..v..u mjJ .'Ullll 1 1
one and a quarter per cent, on half the tradeof the
A VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL
IS AID OF TIIE
FUND FOR THE
While every faithful ofliccr lorcign cr or native
I should lc granted a generous supi-jrt, no one
should be allowed to receive double what it is
surtiosed be is id. All each leaks should be
etO'-'J. ' ' . ' '
Itoutlw mid In t ornu.1 Iniin'ove
While thc Iegislature i? liberally voting away
I the j'ublie income, increasing salaries leyoiid the
; legitimate calls of the public servie, wliilc it pro
pore to vote a large sum for steam sultidies, and
for a i-aiacc, nud a (still larger one for the military,
population has become more dense, and there arc
more life and energy displayed in it than in almost
. I . .rn i 1
n. uimrpiri 01 nauii. cry v nere neat, lann- . -,..,,-.. ;t VM Wir,. ., a-f .... ,., rlr,
.ouscs dot the country, and the evidences of thrift of b 8team. Tiltf g:ime . M the RFI EF OF THE PEOPLE OF KALI.
-...1 ti.. 1 . 1 1 . . j
tui tu.iuowjr u -.-. tu "ere : v, t.st IlitliA a,,j .Mauritius planter from employing
might be improved by filling iii the ravines, thuu -steam. '
essening ascents and descents of the bills. I . It was urged that we needed lubor and capital ;
From Knlaoa to Kawaihac, a distance of twen- but it was show n that labor and capital were worth
ty-five miles, the road leads over several wide more in California than here, and therefore could
streams of aa and pahoihoe, and is alm:ir.t iinpass- ! uot be expected to come here. It was asserted, and
able. A horse that can travel two miles an hour i not denied, that were it not for the restrictions
vm aa cith ;
AT KAUMAKAPILI CHURCH,
33 -ST ITS
! THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, MAY 21,
CocamenciDg at a quarter to 8 o'clock
TICKETS, $1 each for Reserved Front Seats
' 624 " Bark Srnla, OO Crnta. It
Wo V CTaata Pa Maooa Loo, May ta s
Tmm cTa rac lar a Tr D. I. Marray, Xa 9th t-
C4-a. Va J-a Ata-tra. fra litUTi
M mm, -ala.r...Mt Il-tJ Terra, la
'tmr- iKcl TT." SSJ 4A3w 41
r ra t rtaci-tco r-t I UU, in tik i
'- kka. ....... 1H. La-aarr. Kaa. (rrl...... It
-a. T - - XJt Pala. tta ......... ki-A
t-a-a. - 1-koua aaxa, tta... lilMtT
V tfaa- D mmc ?r T
Fata aaa-faaactacet far B. W. Wa, May IJtk,
f Vt ............ iJB-t rwlo. 6a.............. lOaM
MaS-a. Ea tM aVa-r. b 741443
w .. f F je-a . .............. li. ia
4 a.. aliC. ...... ........ . ...... 9at79
. tmm aVaaaaaaa cr ria. May lttk t
"ra. m... IN; taiuraaUrrr, pa. ....... 1621
Xtal. U, 9-m Bare, &a VoO
j I r ?4... I'M- 47
.. ............ ....... 3. .-1
pretty trim. Her michinery works finely, and her l,'c fat and vital necessity of providing good
speed is good a her W trip up. she arrived at La- i-'1" througl-Mit the country should not be over-
haina at four o'clock a. m. She leaves fir Kona on
Monday next. Why not send Iter around Hawaii the
next trip totlowing?
The weather, which for two week past, baa been
stormy, wet and unpl.aant, with a dark gloomy at
m.phrre prev-.n:ng, hr irn prove! a little the past
day or two, tho-tti ur uul clear and tuutiy skies
bate not rvtumcl. M-tdtme lVh has aukveeded in
disttoH.irtg the meteotie eletoenU anunl ua very
considerably of lite.
The outwanl stream of passengers still continues,
nearly every ve-el taking a fall co-tiplcineitt. It is
sakl that rats al trays forsake a sinking -hip. We
trust there is no occasion f r the simile to be applied
to as. Certain it is, that we arc not making the pro.
gress which oar vaunted sapcriority of climate and
up a rich section of forest and farm hinds, tlirt
are now coinj-iratively waste and uiiinhahitol.
lr t-itl .j.t m. .1 .ti .r lva t'fn tlrtif r!ii.iiir..l
1 , , , , I . . ..... . ' . ..-.... . ..... . -. . ....... . m ....... (v.
.ikcil nor undervalued. ... . ,,' , , .....
. . i uoiiars. i.iu me ronu once wen tuiiii, win uisc
It is one of the chief dutict- of every gvcni-1 . , ,. , , r
nu-nt to orn ckhI thoroughfares thrjiigli the va- . ... . . ,
; rioos sections of tiie country, tliat travel may le4 . , " ... . ., , "
! ' I If u tlm .l.if v t.r tin. i ill .t r.r. iTt.lo inajl n.-ul.:
fin ilitntiil. uimI t!.i firiocr mul t.r.ain. vfl bis i - -
I t "3 ...I r.:.t idl-iii.l t iii.Oi u sin i.icl to i.ntriT.iifi
' pr.-huv to market without incurring dclav? and i , , A, . , .1 lt
i . ...?."-! to the exciMruuer one third ot thc revenue, ouj-ht
fsiiciioes tliat c nisumeits vuiuc. Here is one ot j . , -
.ft rwr.it'.. it. rpf urn ft I:irrr... iiiiii.ivliiiii i.t II. .v-
rrci.turuwUu.ks we laUr under it cts so ! . .
; .!. oca iunus loan soc u.-s.
Tiie work t-iiould be placed in bunds, and
iucuiLiciit nelits hhould have Dotiiing to do with
over it, makes good time. Probably little or no l'01 uo wt this country upon theemigra-iuii-roveiueiit
luis bi-en made in it' for the last tiou f n iliv thl th- greater demand of Califor-
twontr-fivrt .aa AVW ..f 1TI, Mi-'a ' nlH WO,,,J Uk waJ WUat labor We "OW 1,aVt-
. . . , , .'.?.. The existence of those laws, and their necessity- is
ministers required to travel over these Hawaii ...... ...... ...
...... , r t :. .c t i . ; P1" lual cannot compete on even lenns witn -..r, c. n. ROSE WILL, JtTTEXI) TO MI
,o....o ...w .t jwt., ,,,. o o.r, 0.1R..U uuiy, ; otLcr utcrert4 (ir ,he of OHr own people. It ; a-i l5LSINKSodu
there wouia doubtless be some changes seen. was shown that we. Lave no room for the profitable
Wlut is needed oit Hawaii is this: a good eiiiDlovmeut of more canital at -.resent : that the
mountain road around tie entirt island, not lesa rate of interest is decreasini- anion? us. and c:'id:al IVO l'ICE.
1 ca i I
tluin ten nor more than twenty feet wide. Such is idle; that any sumulatioii of our products jast IrevtlF I'XDGRSir.XEP. IN
a road with branches to thc seaports, would oik-ii now would be disastrous : that the cultivation of a i
jriog toy absence from the Istaod-.
K. , A 1A )13.
Honolulu, March 17, 1SC3 62a lm
iiiiu-li to get produce to market, owing mainly to j
is Ltde or no lueentivc to increased laftor in thc
more remote rectioiw.
it. No very large appropriation ought to be
iiia-Ie this year, but cnoiigli to complete surveys.
few hundred tons of rice would not supply the de-
maad. aud that our present supply of siijiar was
trreat.-r than could be profitably disposed of, and
would be so till California was more thickly settled j
and demanded more, when we would naturally grow I
enough to suj ply the demand. A want of labor is
fi ll, but that cannot be expected to come !ro ill Cal- J
ilornia to this place. j
In answer to the general argument of the benefits j
ot steam communications, it was snowu mat ii was
chk tly beneficial where a new country of great re
sources and la rge markets to supply were placed in
connection with t-M countries, where the surplus of
population and capital could be drawn to the new ;
where it was necessary to connect some outlying ter
ritory to the other parts of the same nation, or when
SaT this Kingdom, hereby rcqueats all pertoua Indebted
i iv iiiui tunas itiiui.iji-i. 'a t ut-riia aim uivte utl a -a -a. taa aaj m
against lain will please pment the (tme.
v.. - riLt utn.
Hanolulu. May 13. 1CS.
n. A SPECIAL MEETING OP ME.
Jn-te- CHASIC KXG1NK CO. So. i will be Iwia at
Tatjj-J-3S their lUmu Til IS 3ATL'KUAY) EVKMNO.
VVM- lCib. at 71 o'clock. A full attini'Unce ia
miaired. Peronler. JAMK3 W. SIcULIKE.
t'U5 lt Foreman
i- .. . r .t. . 1 .. 1 r.r
. . -s t ni.il tn'iL-n n .iiiiii.niH.iiiriif in flu. .inirriii'l ion ol .l.A . V. . c ...... . f ;n.m nLA K..t.iil..ri...(
i.. .j.....t I " - w.i.i.. ....... ... v... v. ...... v. lijv tlU'.C 14 ItU VOUIIlIltO Vt lIlllllTTIl in'L'uiatioua
ictitwrw from each of thc islands, but more cspe- . . . . .- , . -n . t . . ... , ., ... . ,
, j-vtitrvo. v.... . . . r.i-i,ls in o-tidi district. 1 1 will InVf ten riN. .Inn.n...1.v1 It Vi.iim i.f flmjo -..ii.tit u.nj Tist lnr
j cully from Hawaii, praying for improved nu ls. j fac . anJ . ' " acknJwlJj2wl tl,iU tiuie in tLe futurc it
Tliei-e docuiant. are formally referred to a Cuin-
i t . :
111 1 k WHI lit liM IUUII1 UiJfc4WV.-0 AID tt l-'l IV. I ... 11. 1 - .
rt t; t ;i . -:.t; , t..,ri, R. p.a i.t ' ' . J . , , ' . . , i to a turning and ind.istiious la-.pulation, and a
lion. John Ii, while riding to cL irrb at Ewa lost f , t -jtjon that tliev Ikj laid I . .. . . 1 l.
Sunday, fell or was thn.w r, from hU horse, .nl ss- J ,, . aM lljtlm cn un I - l " J " v-""c I-lty
. 1 . . and increased 1 rod.ice lc realized, cud its loivsts
nrt.... .1 . ..... : . .1 r w-w i .... i. An t i.i. t .. 1 1 -
' lllUn tilt." Ili.lilti 1 - UIH I 1 v , IIIW wi:t.. t.'V
! r-i-mc up it is found that so many extras liave al
i r-aIy lvn in-i-rted in it and passed, t'.at it is too
late to ciitertntn any motion f r incrca.--cd road
Thus t!ie peple of Maui bavo lien coin pel led
' to tramp, tramp, tramp for thirty years over an cx
tiie sooner will that island be opened up might be that the second steamer would be necessary;
ta'ned sever hijury.
T!ie remarks of several of the l-adi:ig I.onlon
pre? on the arrrssTon of rira-!i to the Premiership,
will be fo-ind oi t-ttr tourtb pag.
... - ! -
Tiie TtrlIfi t it re.
faa Hi to rw 04il FeTw-r. May 9 J IMiar. E ET-rett.
K Newco-ab. A V CatW. M larw. R kaltat, W C
Wcadaa.W Soca.J Mcak, aad 3 k kaeaa IA
Faa Hi- raaartaca fee VtatM. May J W Daarnport
ana anS W fi Baker. U- J T Tcmm. B T AJaata aad mnm,
Xmmrm i T Wat--.. BrttikTVf. Beamrtt. Frmak Broaa,
Sttnn, Cirna. CImm-i, Maar. tap rVrr-, Friak. Nevtaaa,
KkrV-a, RJhaBo, IkeraatH-t, Tiian. Boaaa. X-aM, -la-nrs
M.irtoa, Karkta. IkaaA. lUailrirkam. KuOat, Coarmao, bardt.
aerj-ara,aal Mr aat Mra Lavat 3A
""Taa "tiTt eaco Tt D r WixrrT. May Mrs Oeo
lamara an4rM, Pr IioyV!..Mra ti JaoJ. Ma Kate
H-rra, Tfca, Mak-o. tV-rmn IVk. Mr t P-k. Ca f Jamea
Mak-r. Mra Makee. C Bayiaw. Mrs Ba-kR. nm A Ba-dm.
K tai-a-a. Mr f;n-ra. tola firm. A L. rnlb. Mra A I. fiaith.
J A iM-Mlh. W r m:t.a ao.i t rhiMp-a. rVaia Barbae k. Tkntt
'r a. V iiaaUy. J liaav. Catl J Pal. I". K-tan. Maa Bbb.
J tlaak. btaaril .
Foa HoMieta-r-r Ctw, Hay
sat etuM, Mr mtekaal - A.
Yn Slaw Fsa-atM-a r- B. W. Wooo, May 12 Aoa-oat
Pklrra, Mr aa4 Mra (iioatl X
The rcjrts of thc Aemb!y given LxLiy in
clude Thur?by"s rrrxfedirg-'. I'y sprrial rt-sola-ti.n
3I'ntiy-', Wcines.ltys and Fridays have
been set for the consideration of the Appropria
tion Hill, which ha l-cen acted on as lar as thc
Iivpurtwent of Foreign A flairs and War.
, long arnl spicy dolate took j laec on Wedm--
but that now the Hawaiian interests to be served by
it fi.r two years did not justify the subsidy.
It was also urged upon the Committee that the re
sult of bringing small places into frequent comniunica
tioa with great cities, had always resaltcd in more
benefit to the large cities ; iustanees were cited cf
towns in the United States which had a fair foreign
Mr. Lt.iToa: I believe you did an injustice to j tradeof their own, but which deserted them for the
many opponents of the subsidy to the California, : larger citi.-s as eon as the travelling facilities were
Mexico and Oregon Steaioslop Co , in your hut issue, : iucre.is-.-l ; it was urged that the tendency of the ab-
with reference to the grounds of those in oiposition. , sorption, by the large centres, of all trade, and of
ATTE.TH), HOOKS !
A SHKCi.U. MEETING OF HOOK
ANP LADOKK CO. NO. 1. will be heKl THIS
(SATL KHAT) AFTKKNOoN, at S o'clock, at the
Uaom of the On-apany. By OrtliT.
i. W. 1IOI GI1T AILING. Foreman.
of Koa aud other timber lceome available.
The Sirm-trr ul-iity.
i I-ihaina by a gid cart rotvl with the fertile Wai
luku dirtrict and thc still larger districts of Kast
' Maui. Tiie toad made recently from M.ialaea
Ltyn the motion ti vote $10,-)mI salary to the ' lay to McGregor's landitig, tUwn what i-an be
Minister, tbc same as for the t rcvious biennial d.me and aL furnir-ot-s data for tl.e st. Two
ot rable am ountain road, when thc judicious cxi'en-
diturcofa few thousand loIlars would have opened I and propsc to recall a few of the objections urge-J j making small r laces tributary to large ones, which we
a rM.-arly level rad arouml its base, connectinir ' araii.st it. I tece-eryvt here working, was thc result of steam com-
I . ... 1 .a a - S , Cm
The proivositions ot the company first excited souie j mumoauous. ictoii.i oucesuosiUizeu a steamer tocau
surprise in the minds of busintts men, from thc foot j Francisco ; but thc f ict was soon shown that such
that thc company stated that they were losing im nry ; frequent communication tended to make Victoria
on the one bteaucr ruuniug with a subsidy of jo,J"J merely a commercial dependency of San Francisco,
rer triD. an 1 vet nrooosed to ruu a stvotnl with a ! without forvin tradeof her own, and now the steam
subsidy of S8,lio per trip. It was plain that there j Utwcen the two ports ia entirely in thc interest of j
must laf greater loss on the second boat than the first, , San Francisco. j
unless the compauy in tended to furnish a vastly in- j It wis urged that a teinjiorary subsidy for two j
feriur vessel, such as they furnished the Mexican I J"e irs might result in encouraging lavish expenditure,
Government for a war vessel, that they expectwl to '; and when the subsidy was withdrawn, its renewal j
, run off the suiliag vessels, and by exorbitant rates of ( would be demandcl by the company or the steamer
or three miles more of similar work will connect
Lahaina and Hist M.itit. For this new work,
whatever appropriation may be required should
12 voteil at oiM-e.
Uut Hawaii, more than any other island, needs
ROSE MARKET, KING STREET.
HAS OPENED THE A HOVE M AR
-KLT fui the ulof
PORK AND PORK SAUSAGE,
Crrf Sanare, fomrd Fork and Beef, Spired Beef,
Ac., Ike. C. I!i-ly hat tnatle the be-t Pork Eaueage ever made
on the- Ia!aiitl. MD'I he will do it -ai Li.
Tbankfal for past tron, he will be most happy to ao.ply all
who may favor him aiih a call. , tiXJ ly
WTrfE ARE PREPtKED TO FI-RNISIT
V V FIRK iK)U of the b-t quality. Ohia, Koa or Neue
leao, at our l.nding, near lolo Hot. in quao'iura to tuit.
li i lo, Hawaii.
17 For particulars inquire of
tiXi Zm CASTLK t COOK, A rent t
tlw vigorous aid and assistance of the .vern- ! frt-ij.j,t8 make up their losses, or by displacing the j withdrawn, while if left to its own resources and the
packets, and then deuiandiug a higher rate of subsidy : demands of the trade, the expenditures would be
when the term expired for which this w.is asked, j based upou such resources and be more likely to be
lather one of these courses, w hich are characteristic i permanent ; that should the attempt to ran a second
of steamship companies-, or wondrou-ly philanthi o- steamer fail after the two years, it would damage the
pic motives not common to that class of business i interests of thc islands more than aid them.
Ia TtaavJal-wa-tUM'KitwUthawuVor Mr. II. Sale loo,
Jr af a . -
cor-orations, actuated them in their oiler, and neither
of those courses, it is admitted, would be favorable to
our interests. It is true the company coul I well af
ford to agree uot to charge over $G jcr ton, fi.r two
years, for in the pursuance of their most natural
course, they would have to carry for less than that,
for that length of time, in order to run off the pack
ets. Considerations of this nature were well caleu-
jriod. A number of tlai irprvstrntativei favored
B reduction Vt jU"', but there appeared tu be
do preconcert of action on the motion, and the
result was a mortifying sjlit am mg the rej rcsrn
ta lives, a majority voting for lO.IHMi, which
amount rosscd by the strong vote of 22 to 14.
Now it would facilitate matters very much, mcr.t. Thc w hole mountain district of tliat large
and hasten the iHisiness ot tlc Assembly, if thc j island frcm Ivau to KoLai.i, from Kohala to 11a
rcrresentatives could meet in caucus and decide , makua, and fivm llamakua to Ililo and Kau
on a ao concert of action regarding ifema or bills I half a million acre?, more or less is a U-auti-whereany
doubts exist as to whetlajr they tdiould ! ful, bx-althy and exceedingly productive Udt, ca
be supported or opjosed. For instance, on this ' pable of sustaining a population of half a mill
item of t!c Minister's salary, had tliey met to- ion. I: its present eomhtion, almost inaccessible
aa. toward Jaaaaa. J.ikn t.wa, w taka, B Tkwaua, ccther. disetu-sol the measure, and learned that , from bad roads, it n virtually a terra incognita
am, M lm-J, J Caaa,4 Vatomt 3-L " .... . - . I ,. . . . i ....
oa HoMi-.t-r-fimuj lixhilr aad Mr GiUat ' hc Kilary was raised Solely at thc spexnal reiiuest i Having recently ridJen through the lee country
of the King at the last session, tliat there was of Hawaii, from Kahuku t- Kohala, our notes re
little probability of ieT-:oiiig it, and unwise to ' girding it and the rotois there may seive to throw
atu-111-.t It. tan hnun i.f deluitr niicht LiVf lan A little li" -lit on this subroet. oinnT of our cnv.
r . . . - -s ifu. Lonsiuerations ot Una nature were weu caieu- Hawaiian islands would pay tribute to S in Francisco,
savel. on otUr item, of tiie hiA, and on any . ernment of5cvrs have scarcely traveled over that ; pltoJ to excIe ..rofoun j thoUsht among planters and an - whriy to thc iine of steamers which could and
laws before the House, there should be some dis- j island, and know little or nothing of its wants. I n,n.K-ni ... , . , , - ,
4 .. ... .--.-.-it. . , . - niercnan,s- w;ll control our trade, and the Hawaiian islands
cu-K.n prior b tiie meeting, so that any action Irorn Kcahikekua to Kau thc mountain r.iad , Mvn ,hu reeardel ilidcal morality in the country ! wr.,l1,, .n , mm, n,:,,! .ip,,,,! ..f s,n
Tb aiani specimen tV "thi Uract-na Uraco. or takn may be as unanimous at pov-ible. If it runs at an elevation of three or four thousand ( 0f tome value were surprised to learn that the ma- j"-;.
Uct, ana iron two to live miles troni tt:c sea. It , chinery for IoUyiug private bills through thc Legis- -n.Ta u w.a l.-.t- fni-warfl tnh tLaftin TV,n.
cisixk merchants, and to hasten it they petitioiie'l con
gress to subsidize a line of steamers. This result is,
in the coarse cf events, nntural and inevitable ; but !
that this Governiacut should pay for its consummation
does not seem so plain. The United States Govern
ment of course is actuated by its own interest. That
Tiolituvd Jpneivlenev should follow the commercial d-
becn the roliey of steam lines, and the practice of . t . . , , J ,, , -
i - r.priilejirv i f tins eountrv is lUat as natural an 1 mev-
j . - -
itaWe. We coul I not, if we would, stop this irresist
able conclusion, but we certainly are not called upon
to hasten it.
It was ur"ed that the Financial condition of this
TWO UltCE-BCLIiOrK, ONE
. . k . ii i m i r m n, i nn irmrTM ami. rt.i m.rr . .1 r i.
'V v. TT lleiier. colors oiack and red. 1 he tame m it had
oq applicatk to E. P. CHl'KCII.
6i It ' At Tuuahou.
JANION, RHODES & CO.,
VIrtaria, VttrtvTrr't lalautl.
V. R. Particutarattentloa paidloeunsignmenU of Sandwich
Victoria, V. I., January 1.JS63. 625-ly
H. M. WniTXKT.
ri'lIE BEST QUALITY, IX
B tx-d bouie. For tale by
j Svllii.z Off! Selling Off! j
At Cost Prices and Below!
be receired and filled by retain of steamer.
624 3m - . 11. UACkLr ELD k CO Apatv -
For Bremen or Hamburg.
.; - THK HAWAIIAN CUPPER, a . .,
II. JACOBS ..MASTER,' ' '
Will be Dispatched for titter f tte abate rim,
Im-nediately on her rttora frnta Sao Franct-co,
For freight or passatre, bating taper! or Cabin accoBBoda
tioua, apply to J5 2n II. UACKrKLh Ca
Yfill Uii ErgtUarly U liana, Sail, UicMb- at
For freiylit or p-s-are, apply to the Captain e-a board, or '
F. 9. PK ATT, at the office mt 6ca) V A. WILUAMS. i
. ' -
SCHOONER OW ANA!
Win ply as a Coaster Is Ports Is Koala a, Oak a.
' For freight kfpTy to tiie Captala on board, cr to P. S. PRATT
at tne office ot - 24 (o - C. A W1LUAMA.
Hawaiian Packet laine
"' ' FOR. " ....
SAiV FRANCISCO s1
TnE FIXE CLIPPER BABK "
im Clara E. Sntil !
X. C. BROOKS, Maatcr.
Ilavlaj Utt greater part of her cargo engaged, '
Will bate Immediate Dispatch fr the abavc PsrC
For Frelfrht or Par-ajr-. baring Saperior ArcotntDodatiom Itt
Cabin aad steerafre Paateugera. apply la -.
oi . WALKKR AIXEX, A-entt ,
II awaiian Packet L,lnc
' ' ' FOR '
POBTL A1VI, OBEOOiY
TUE FINE NEW CLIPPER SCHOONER
U. CALHOUN, Mattel,
Tlill'tMitt ti ltilr,t0 TJtrl'.r.ii t.f 1. sv st r. i.- wv,7tr
Will Lave Imraeriiate Dlspatth fsr the absve Pari.
For freight or passage, apply to
624 WALKER ALLEN, A ret 14.
Carrying the ILtwaiian JdaU icULiut Subsidy 1
TTII1 leave Honolulu Evfry SatnrSay, at P.
Retartany, wilt leare Nawiliaili ttry Tuesday afterDOon. Fur
rrt-i!ni or t-aasae apply to
634 ftn - D. FOSTER k CO.
FOIt VICTORIA, V. I.
THE A 1 BRITISH BRIO
J. A. CARDIXER. MASTER.
Will Sail for the above Tort on Tuesday, Jlaj 12.
tor freight or passage apply to
6. TOEO. IL PAVIK5, A Rent.
EMEVV GROCERIES !
It was a.linitte.1 by those fivoring the subsidy that
such would be the course of trade, and that, direct
trade with Euro"e and Atlantic states would doubt
less cense. It is plain, then, that the cost of living
would lc increased, our lines of foreign packets would j
be withdrawn ; the carrying of oil freights would go j
into the hands of others, and every interest of the 'f TIITJ STORE OF C- F. I'FLUGER
FROM THIS DAY,
Irf;oi Tr. crowing at I rtava. in the Island of ! lie fouitd l-st u red jce any items, or or r-e-e any
-r- :ar. . . , - .. . . - i .
lSf by trsL of wiLa 1 1 fi-tT l.'r "hi - , i can thus 1 dotie unitcilly and kr.wingly. is the same track which has boon traveled for : lature, which has proved so baneful an influence iu '
general aoticw by Huttibold-. som- sixty years ago.
and was compateil bv him to bt- six twuaaad vears
Old. ! - '
. ..Tua Enulisu rutm in IaKt-ixn. Fngii-h IV
ares wars Btrver so signincsril and onfspoken aa
whikia tb Ia.t few weeks. Kvrn MioUters have
,CaseiS to seU-ct lsK:iLk-;e f jr the concealment of
a.: tt. t. . r : .1 . t ..1. .it. ... .
km.tiar with tbr- la-t tl. tt we ',, S-w Yori. ..th- cOncstlaT, the H u-a Wing in Committee of Uk?
era la Lavndon. read latt nights IVhatt in 1'arlla- Wi Ie on t!ie fuesti n to vote jflO.fMlt) salary to
tna-nl at oar i:nn,kf.-t TaMe- ttU morning ! 3fr. t Minister of Foreign Anain. Hon. K. II. H.vd
.4jiadstn ttrmaaded that tr.- - Irwb I tmn h should , . , . .
re. t .T.a- a. l t 1.! a Ji.a-,t T.ia ja n ' liair. Tlit t liainaari was all iwcd to viv.
la this way, all ini-umlerstan lings may l avoided.
luvnnony prr.;rved, and the buines- of the se--sioa
exrolited. , .
We notice that the jria-ccilingt of the House
are cooducteil rather sk-m-Iv, and not strictly up
I to jurliamcnt.vry practice, tor instance, on
twenty or thirty years, and varies in width from California, was to be established here; that ample
four to twenty feet. In most places, however, it i provision was made for convivial influences, lobby
is little else tlain a simple horse-path, varying in agents engaged, and all those subtle manipulations
roughness from the almost iuij. -aaUo lava aa to , 80 common in California polities were to be among
t. ,.t..ir'. nionrtniii turf wl.i..'. ia -n..r ir. a.oll the first blessings of steam communication.
Over the at stream. whi h vary from one to
live mile in width, the rmd is a disgrace to the
nation. The only exception is a short line of
tome eight miles of r a 1 recently constructed le
twecu Kapua and Kabuku, by tlK II n. W. T.
It was shown to the Commiftee that it has always
Entire Stock of Clothing !
PLAIN AND FANCY
Boots, Shoes and Hosiery,
gents: furnishing goods:
YEW COLDEX GATE EXTRA FA MILT
New Graham Flour,
Oaticeal, RuckaheaX, Kye Meal,
Boxes While Uaccaroni.
Boxes White Venntcel
Best Calirornia Hams,
B.tt JStreak Bcon,
Smoked Beef, Smoked Salmon,
Dried Pear bra,
Japan Tea in papers, a-aorted trao.lt,
Japan Tea in paper. Fan brand.
Bet Comet Tea in papers, S'andard brand.
Cases Table Fruits,
Cssrs aad bxs Saloon Bread
Case Hatch's Cream Chsese,
Cae Jellies io glut quarts and pints, -
Tint Crackers, aborted,
California Oats and 15 ran. '
net Onions, Russian Turnips,
Clear Pork, Brine Ilamt.
f plit Peas, Sparkling Gelatine.
Boxes Pure Starch,
Boxes Spanish Olives.
irooI Enjc'tsb. and t-e to t-miT" m Sir Walter ! According t -arliamcntary n-ag, tl t residing
eu oe- said. .w. if th. Ur'h Jrovrrxmant . tr;,xr no ly tc in eas t-f a tie. It was of
MJu lba WkHioai to .. what once Lritiab Suu-sman .. , ,
AW tb- ciara3- to a long- -p toward the j st roTiicnrr in this matter, but shows
jAci.VarIiii of I - I art. I wi.I have Leen taken. ; thc care lesa or -a i-C the House in allowing the vio-
Mr. lisraeli as th snrtr rreaiiVr f Fn-Iand Lt i lation of esUML-Iied rule-.
. K . .. li.l t tv . .-i : . . i i
iur" ZiwJTia. , hil ; -iuT the u,. which was thc road. rlly, al.a. ten feet wide, and leing
oaMr wrifcrr sJTct t. roaMer th vxa'.tattoa tin- j orouglit in Ia-t wrxk by Mr. Keawchunaliala, ; firmly built, and the ciiibankmcnt bavicg sloping
r-Msarj ol mertl. M. Foread- In thr- Kevne oe t Tro-v-sc-i to cb.irge the rrw-Iing of thc present tUrf. it has well witht.l thc late heavy earth
I Wta mr t .mjmtm- Laa t-tk - - - -1 .a I I.IL AF l.la -t!! ...
. - -a -a tr.vM.- Wmmr mmm trw: -Wfv BHUl ttUBaW V mmW T 4R,s.u. .a. II V 4TT a a mm . a I .a-
IiMirio,, frien l s (Wit wrr the sreatest : hiM J uaac. .vr.er
; this one, to drive oS all eppositien, and then rake
thc rates cf freight and passage; that this Company
did so i:i the Oregon trade, and that the citizer.s of :
Portland were obliged, at Kr" los, to run an op- j
. position izv lor their own protection: ttiat tii-.n-
I country did not warrant such a subsidy, that this
mm m a . t w a
Jlartin, n .w a incmr-rr oi trie lygi.-iaturc. It : cr..,. ,.i frr; -hts to :lii i-r un would tax the i.ro-
was iMinuKiuv-l by him, with a w i 1th of six feet. I ducts of the Kingdom j::0.00i) r.-r vear : that it i Government should devote its resources to the open
gTkXE SUPERIOR. XEW
prim minister En it and rrrr p.Meard. Ingenious ! f ' rc doHar on h..re over two years ol 1. T!;e
with two more feet oti each w le for the embank- 1 was not always easy to get together sailing ves.-els
met it and to ttrengtlien tlic rtadway. Tliis made of the proper dercripiiou to replace tho-e uriien
off; that il would be hard toobtaiu such. especially
a Lea a:i e.ublihd line was ready to oppose tl em
by a reduction of rates, whenever such opposition
became of enough Importance; thit freight had
already bten higlt r since the steamer ran than be-
making four miles of this broad
rrirjra aewrtb tbrttwb Mr. IWa-U a s-vls and re- , MLn'r-trTS pr--.- l
priHtacst m fcfw- nf ittrtr caararlrrattb- rxprr-Mtiuns. i . -
iun.!i . i r .1.- it ' t"- o-.T.rt-a.t- oi i
m ' . wmf II vm9 IIHIUT VI
tlo tucajur-. contending that
revenue would !c large. An
H.'oiuiMons Hi prravot of a bircit. aa the- rwv h-aI- ' ftroCTvlmerit was ma!e to include all lorr. and ttarrow that two jack tuu!cs can n t jus enc!i
gage, be rcieived orders from the Interior Dejart
mcnt to reduce thc width to fur J'ttt, and the re
maining three or four miles i of this width, and
ing of inland ro:nls, where none existed, rather than i
jy fjr sea roads, as the line was called, where one
alrealy exists an 1 which belongs to another power ; ;
that the building f light houses, and support of
them, free of expense to the commerce of the port, of i
breakwaters, improvement of harbors, and aiding in- '
STRING COTTAGE PIANO.
1 Superior large I-inch thick Wilt Mirror.
2 Superior laigc Koa Glass Show Case.
1 Superior double Koa Giata Show Case with Stand.
1 Large square 4 feet hiph Show Cate.J
1 Revolving Showcase, with cKxrk-work complete, in running
1 Superior Koa FMc-hosr.
lfuperior Koa and Kou polished Centre Ttble.
1 Liack Walnut fancy Etager.
ALSO, as HAND.
Japan Tea in Jars and Boxes,
Large Supply of best Family Groceriea!
FOR SAER Ek"
-- fr t2aa taaatwr of l.uns. Asatfcer of tbc
aUrf .-ai paper boa a cartiMn l wL'ctt be ia eat.-r-Injf
tar trtjal prr-rnc- as Vivlm ilrrr. wbo has
Ihi -sent fo. put tU' Vat CT.rt la'iLU direv
tion U ait fi-zrakin-jr ia wUa. fi U- k rrprr--ntr.l aa
at thw tn-teif rrrr f W4iit; boa rap. wtiU-;io.L-toi-
ami linear U a- al Um l lired with
Hillea affen-pjs l r'.imb it.
alter t-tne di- u--Ln, ti'C bill was rvft-rroltia
seloi t fominittce. I.eaIl y it t.riginator. Tiie
ettQiu.it'a.'v rcj.:.. d batk I ho bill o: Ti.urday,
wit'i t!a -.how ing eiian,.--! :
I. All lor-- vn!u.-I ut.hr ."i. t-t y 51
other. We raw an instauce where tw.j auiinaU
l-itig una'-le to a.s, one had t) turn bac!i to End
a lace vri.cre he io'i!I tim out of t!i rjrol.
Thi- :my-i-e and j:iid f.'.I.-h" ev-te.u ,
mark bo many of the r-rt-Ii. Hawaii. w!-re t!.e
fixt ertitucfit :ijrar t tbiok to.it rrrv lolI.r , .f itnport. an 1 .b-.-ie i iW n.-t
. :. i i : .:, .. i u :: -. i . ,
. - . . o..r,,nn .rr.kn.rr.r Ik..... w """ VUSUA Ol i
I jte ; u.at luuue.ice s'iii;c:-ui tuu ira ort. iigl.t to i '"'" " --"j iv.uu, ; im,-,j d
b-ntr to pr. veiit the lumb.-r rr-n Is which u-ed to , aJ at the throwing orn of puhbc lan.ls free to ! "v.tuiaiiei.
lay on the rute itom diug so. and c r.eoueDtly stttlera would do more to invite labor and cat.- LaJUs and GtnUemen cf Ilonolu'u pJeose cm7 and
so much competitioa u pr-v voted ; that auar and i ita- an- 81 luore to teir credit w ith posterity than coici;.cj yvurselvts of theact.
m il.i-.si-. our chief probicts. were to a very srj.all ; bequeath'ng it an annual debt of SjO) per year. ; c. FRED. PFLI GER.
ext. nt carried by -.Team Ir tu any srM..a.r growing ' H was urgel that thc auticipatcl expense of this Gov- ' Honolulq. May jjlS&S. 04 6t
cosiTitry : thit crrii' by t:.-.uu w.is naturally ernment was Jer head to its inhabitants, while i
m'-re expensive than .:!. an 1 V. at con e-j-iei.tly it that of the Unite! States was but 6 1 and that for '
w..u!d enhaiue tl.e c-.!t tj t!;c coa.-uiaer. the cost a small nation of COkiO inhabitants to pay a subsidy
t's -p'r-nte j of over o p-r hea l of its tv ib!e population to
,TJLMAI" OP T,-E HAWAII X ISI-i
AN OS pnntcu on them, can be had at the Bookstore. '
ITtce 12i Cla.. ar $1 pre Haven. Ira
Books Lately Received.
HOMER'S ILIAD, II Y EARL. DERBI.t
Con'ucius n.l the Chinese Classics.
Kaihnna Her Lite and Mine, l.y Dr. Ilolland.
The Home Cire'e. 3 Totuoes.
Tt AnH-ontT. Quetioo, l-y John Bright.
The Last oi tt.e ttartxi. Uu:wtr.
The Caxtons. by Bu'ccr
Hand R. k of overUad Expeditions, by Cap. Bortoa.
St. Martin's Sim-Ler. Hrewtti-r.
Hisowyof the .vtUiiiTok-irranh. H. SI. FleU.
Ways of the World. W. P. Artams.
I'aiitr's l iw Coo-edy. Lonrtetlow.
Ancient and Moiern Giwce. S vol. C. C. Peltoa-
.a'i Hand Book of Calistbenic and Gymnastics.
l.-by and his Men. Crvwford.
A K.'n.-m-r. of the Itepubiic. L. Maria Child.
Mace"s Kairy Hook.
A New Flower for Chit lren. L. Jtaria Child.
The liamor.d Cr-M, a no rrl.
My Hotidty and h w I sr--nt it.
The Trni on tee IWach. WhiUitT.
For tale by 6i4 Ion) II. SI. w'HITJfKY.