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V re-ret t sea Hm rarrat ytUli vpiim la U laaiaJ
tta aallan M J tiomt "Uia araaa aaaaars
UccUtwJ aaa tMUHit rate " a.autal T H
total takfraraa, TV rtrful aul P"t' ciy
r.ia kf.il munafiiKiil laa l ama k l U.a
-a. a.ftjtiul sito'!-av.l porp.etl aaaiblia
pa tr&aVtanltvs rHlc, ay tmrtli'g at Haiolahs la ;
ax! nfaml:, lA-n Ufjmi a tn-. tnmt a uct a hi. ii
it cni4 aee ftfctaiwui . th mm irrn. iU-.
mclw. ao-J kAt ail t.-.ied to a irn j
arattiawa acunat K lkr Farina. Wear total taal j
aV-Vaaa U veaa.! B cx.ee.ie a. -miy mat w
aiv.,. a. a lb- rf' Uil - - -
af ruu ayra ""'-
It fa. now t-l lhal an Es!mh emni-u.y b buiidinf U Ure
IVr .iiumb;i a. aora aa arc - r
, V J,.a xw .k ac4 ton.-,
rnm0irm m iotmkoi, pmmUy fc u H-Ja --a
Thn inrnil a aa wmiir-a ui AtaerU-o
CtoMa awf, - iy fc" '
.... .... J-OJui ia ihX, Uki. f.ute, cUaa ol aiiif
aoU U-w fta nraUl-ral, llr " I '"
al ! laAuKfraata:rraf,U B- r ua tbia lT li
Kalc aa ti J a 2 AU--
BarUu aaifiy of "w laJ-ite taheela, U
at Vi4Ufci w ...... -- -
ZZtummuuvtwlot cU " ia aa. ftftj crut
, . .k a. taa Wltrr. a aUiu tefwl crrtj
intluhl aaa uwu(n-u ilrtn ti a lp.-unr 00 ki.gln)
mm dra. rm U U Drl.K traairra a.w ia la l-Al-
rrrr, ..j.. a vm, a
rntr aluJf, ana a a-, m 'fj c.a-bTa-
1 aa. Ai-I.i ha W arl .Uia. U lalei a.Mal
Uu-aVvll". au.1 k a lata HtUa l'H--.ft,,,
i 1 Ha akl rirn a lh-4 Una a a. a aairilnl
KrM bna. raw .W- Taa Jr-A,
"Ja-a -h-a Iku. aaak. .alraW WM..Uk4.
UaaTauM a. a Bn of .kv bu.Ua ra at f- C.r.
Taa laat awaitwl aajrf I Ivy r. arw-J ttia autlng
ajaira ana laKiy awata a v-ifcl - Mla.aua ia a bu
am. Tti- wa built .1 -!. at lirw-a.a-k. and w ta
ki "nla af Ux ailia HMi.l aUara built taa tiualJ
aVl. aetweaa If "dJ l- UuIJ 6H?M 1-a.l.lLe
aiaamrrala nttaiiird to taw CiMaol arrlre-lai la Aa..
3.H7I hua. awl ac wrr. la avu.t Lam l lha
alaMaraTamt 0 paatteiy a aba vilt tar Ur allcfcU
Wt)nrlKtML . . .
"Aa aor"aw ujmr ft ant at aonanit latraerd to laa
aaaraiuf Uoa-AIIH aaramafcla. IMaa Mcta a rUlly
Tnlaahla tola ffrtrart. a laaa a) bar (taaanl laat an
J.a-t alU. aarl ur kOeV, a awh la wt aoara af taia
kraora af tmt cacrytua; inK awa It ia to aa ata wtr cuou
Ifyawnt aUl ba uaiM4 ta ftuUl by taa csiMrBC af lhit uf
aaaful f laala."
y la el!oir tia Cra limrlim-j, aa Au firw
Haa raaiar to taa Tia awt. TUia t m-I, aa alaw Ua fTi(
itaaa WUf.ma aa4 A af a a aibc caafter to baJ (anno
at Baart'au4 McKoMiataiaia,r abu-a ta aa all aaiicd.
Xaa tbaa Vnucmco mmihrt r laUiul ertatoc aa n1.
with aacaaoxe la priern. fmr, wara ami aaU kaJ Butterial
l acanarf. aaaVr atlrra firua Cug!aJ awl New York.
Taa bar a CaaW hail j aaaaaga af 21 daya to Maa FraiMriaco,
aaiatatf tbaa a taa BtU.
fa barb Ct Huttl aailnl aa UM SOth. I flu rraacia.
ca, takitif a bill carp af bUial irwlucc acinl bvb.
Taa ac!aaja Jimt a aearty baWod tot ruftlanJ, and wilt
ail at a fcaj day.
LaiaaC ickaUM iaut ("bl al 14X
jfr g tor OSLO OIL ttUKUT F' Wal ttuliuf AprU 13.
Craaai Ou-U avuet, wlta aaka af thrwr amaU parcrta,
aavauUtr. to liW bb, at Ji Y -, fur aiamiWiure.
U iii lIL tlaa uxm , -..
aaaead 3c. r r- Tb auiea rrb 4,!W bbbv, awatir bar
BaMtoclara-3..t rwantry auail. at 1J I buO da. (rum
aaura at TeaaU av, ax Caiaa,at iJfcf gall. TIm
tarbat cawl aa wrin -
Jany. bt!l aon-ry, llat ar ia .ow.u. e
aa a aU pfrUin oa mm all U 1 ae
I, all!! um " -" - "
. . . . ... .k . ..r .L. a:rl lm. a
and Waala Oil aralsX' U ""t JDe immeli:,v,y-
Taa iiUumiaf ara laa laiiwrla af 8iral 1
Meuk Mtuarva .............
tiarb XMMna.aa frtiftu...
Total lor taa weak
&tw laaMy.....-. .......
.Fran Jaanary 1 U4at....
-ttitata tlaja buM yar.... ...
:wla t waaA aa.Ua( Apra
riavkaiaiy... ....... .......
Front Jaav 1 to dace.. ......
. Mutua Hat bum year........
.Tot Wiaawtsa PoaTa far Kibutea, MacaJay.
fom !i t'aaactaco 1'cr Itlaao, Jaoa lJta.
POUT OF HONOLULU. II. I.
May lit A at ahlp Wa Wilcwa, JuOnaua, 14 daya from Kaa
17-hr Acttra, Cluiwy, trma Hawaii.
17 JS br Mary, (ma Kauai.
1 Aat abip Vraca ibtruDC rinila, 10 daya froaa Haa
IS Am ntilp ) Wnbt, Moaier, II daya fmm fan
1J h-a LtSo, trim Maai.
SI ht K-Ku facbact, M-ircbaut, front Hawaii.
2t-r4. hr VVarwM h. fro Mbbal.
31 r4 br K.twiaiw. A J ma. frna Mbaai.
J ht K..1 l., raWaos tnui Mam.
U Onw bilmwa, Xacgrrgtir, U'XW Windward for la.
, May la Aat aht? Wat WiKw, J.bnao. ( Babat'a laUad.
IS Krit brl4 K.iM Cwwaa, l.artitnar, h V a'torta.
lt i b lUioa. M'ha. Kaoai.
) hr Marthla. bVrrill, l l Hawaii.
IV ftar Kilawaa. MrWrrr. Iu W tadwar J Forto.
tv-ri. br Ibibua-lf. t Maui.
IS Whr NolUa MrrrUl, LambrTt. f r KaoaL
l' K burk Clara K. fluid. krba, tW (bwt FrarMciaco.
llfc h:br M4uubwat. .Inkwr, I Maot.
I ! Aatlva. Vtivwy, tar Hawaii.
31 )kaip Li Yanbw. k-r H-iaaiL
aw n hr lauu, Mh.bl
50 rvl tlwaait, tt.4i.bjL.
' A r-hr Mary, ft Kami.
. 2b rehr Warwlr. Mab.lud.
51 Aa tu V nbr. Mar. ( McKraa'a laUad.
. 4 Vbr aa Laa, Craua, br Maui.
Foa Vc-rai P Ratwrt Cuwau, May litbi
rwaiaita, ........ IM tir. tt". U4n7
Mjuama. f'Mim lill'J, 1W1, It a.... 4i
Vala J rurair. I 27 7b
Fua Iitit't lfca PVr Vrara Uarliac May Juibi
. Rraad, Iba...... ....... 30 ttala, tfca. ............. 10OO
aVaa, a. ....... ..... la F4. It. l4tKM
llay, bawa 10,Kr, Ita.. llaMt
n., i f"ir. -I-'H 71
t Uiiaanailr. ...... ....... ...... ...... Ul HO
Foa Faaaciaaw Ft t'lnra R. iVulil. My IVtUt
Baaauaa, btu-ha... loo .Moiaaara, rtta Il4il
VmriMaanla, SI MiUba, k ......... I
44d rtab. .......... Ouu rata. Ita. s-
Liataa, . AaM t tta. .....41WSJ
J Ditmlnu. 2JTJ DO
Fa Wntwtit Fot Frr Kilanra, My I Mr lr
Jt Ifatatnat. wa ami 3 rhibtrm. II tibaia, II RwaraiOrVr,
Mr iliraantaiMa, Mra Job nana, U Joaaaiaa II cabta aad ftodk.
PabT Btawa la R.a-b'awr. ?f. V.. Marra Slih. by Brr.
T. K. Barttartt,aaaMt4 by Kaa. J"ba W irk.a. Bra. Janra A.
Aaly,a(i.ktae,t:aL, b Miaa Caarlotta H. biuaa,U Kucaca-
ty i carda. .
Siu, " Vale,
... 7uO ' l,u0
... rli 2,4.
... &v314 M,U1
IX .... ....
... 4.77J OIS
... ,77't . SOI
... ,14J -iM
lIoasB SaLXv A renuine borse-auctioo, or anfr"111 utu Kona, ia plaix of Col. Jones, who j
- a. waa a . .a . aa aw I
nction of 'ennirt hrea. aa vow bk it, took plac 1
lost Saturday. There waa ia the pen the rarest cof-j
Jociion ever scuti here or ele where Um hor-i j
and wild an-, borne with tails an.I horses without
laviia. Drear a bor aai Dortra wtto oroara back,
abarry-horse and horses that ought to be hHrrlni-
Well, these were ail sold, from twenty-five cents '
piece and apwards aad cvrry purchaser thought f
he'd rot a barraia. as he bas no doubt, if the hone
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tas U reduced to half what it was. Tbe sale ended ;
, , , (
as all great eventj alo, and thra foliowrd a scene ,
that begrs driptiott-wild lors llclin.. !
jnmpiag. rearing, and clearing the streets 01 idle
bodies ia every directi.n. Half the purchaser i
Boatieit ia rwtrj uirecuoa. nail me purcuafr i
mtil w wet ooe ma puzzUtl what to Jo with LU
wlM najC- " ?hip btm to I'arU. f eourae. ail a
mAlItiI.iU.4 bj9tatvltr, tvtvn har.. r worth 20
ti bea.1 Inclualinx their boots, fvr m vkin oup.'
VT left, xpwlin; evrrj bour t. Lavi- our MTvican
4 illeJ far U report an aecIUrnt or lttb, but a
jet - all' wrtl."
Ltus oicj... r root Km we Icarn tbat every
"prt of that diatrict U r4oiet. Xa enrthnakea are
Taporteal aa having accnrra daring tba pata ten day i
?be ell crater of KHuaaj b romin iu Crmer ttate (
f activity. Tbe HSbt of lie firr ww rll.atitvrtly sera
from th IToaat racket, wbile Ijinj at KcaltMlts bar- ;
boe Unt wk. Verbal rTwrt of aalivce arriving at
'Walohiaia from tbe crater, confirm tltrse sUtenactit..
Acnr-.T Mr. Air.x waa En x kr.I ,?.( by a '
nioaway birt itiy ain'-". l flly ri.,ti-
a on tiaw baaL TW .iaiii U sw ilani rani.
SATURDA 1. MA Y 23.
NitWH ol tlio 2Irnl utr-
tlut M.uiJrv thk Ki.Mi ban bt-n stiffa-riii;; from a
. . .1 . . I .. . 1 I..n
ci,:ind t r.aOtu. Though C'nValUCelit, Le U
u ,t,(jf. , , p.t uJl T,.t.
-j ,,.. si.-..s.i. -r Icuio i nipped to have reachr-d
a.-.iin on li.c jf-'Ii. arnvin? Le.e on the morning or
J,R.. fi. S,,,. u ill brill NfW York dales to May 9,
: ar Iu.ln .Lite . May 1.
n-r ..?..-! o, VicrobiA'ii birtb.lav occur
morfow. rtay H. but uill be obrved on M-n-
ay b.'.hjwi.r'. wm born in l?l'J. V.'e undt-r-
i-toil that II. 15. M.'t tromm!s!k.uer an.I Con.-ul i-n-
j Hijj j,ive u ,u jn bouor of tbe occasion at LU
. ;(j4.n;(, jn "nuaiiu.
T, to siib-idlze the California Steam'
Line w -tiil lle grrt topic ol dLociir-alwu, and will
prob.biy beueci.u oj iiieenooi nexi e. K. e
tl..tt pit il!'; opinion prows in uvor 01 tae
" . Ta . a- l . t
an anre. and that it will CnaSIy be adopted by a
ninili m.ijotity. Tb arpinuenl.H ou boib pib a Lave
n-ry full, and the di iii.-ion L well oigb ex
Laii.H('i. A fct.il-n-ut made by the opponent of the ub
nidy net d. corr ciin. It U thi. tb3t tbe Colony of
Victoria, utter a fair dial ia Mibiddizing btearucrs,
h id abaaI.nt'd it, on the ground of injury to the
interest- cl the Colony. If it was abandoned at all,
It nin.-l Lave btn on the ground cf poverty, for the
last mail bring advice tbal the Home Govern
ment ba.a gianted the peiiiiwii of tbe Colonial (iov
er.um tit. and will pay half the biib.oMy ak-.l for,
tbe Colon raising the balance. A blcaui line is to
le established at once.
The itewa by the mails which arrived tbi week
W of a more vari d ftnl important character than
U iioual. The Abysulnian WarU ended after a rhort
campaign and a brilliant victyry, in w hich the u bole
army surrendered, uitb all their arm, cannon and
everytLlns. A !ore complete victory was never
. ..... .
won, ami lien. iR:h menu tbe bonor and per-
hai Ibe title wLicb viill be awarded to Liui. It
will be a lesion to balf civilized nations to resjK-cl
the power and tbe rights of their more civilized
neii.ra. All th.- captives, nboiit sixty, iiiclud-
insr men, wmn and cbiMren. have been released,
and are on thf ir way noine.
Tl... attmnted a.-rt!nr,tion of the Duke of Edin-
i...,k i s:..ic. ..n il.o i?ili .r Vrrli.Uf,nK,r
those cowardly, infernal acts which stir the indi-
nation of every man. Tbe telegraph rcpor's the
Aaassia to Lave been a Fenian. This may or may
not be true. We can tell better wben the full par
ticulars are received. A newspaper report, how
ever, should not be made the text for an editorial
on.-!aiiLt in thefiovcrnmenl paper on Fenians and
tbe IiLsh generally. No one can apologia; for the
crimes and murders which Lave been committed
and charged to Fenians, but no one will condemn
the Irish for attempting to obtain redress and free
themselves from a bondage and system which the
noblest of Ljijrli.-h statesmen now couteitd must be
terminated, and which will revolutionize England
very subject of Fenianism and Ireland's wrongs.
Gladstone nnd Bright, as the champions of Ireland,
say that ber cries must and shall be heeded. Tbe
iKiwerfiil aristocracy, represented by the Disiaeli-
Stanb-y Cabinet, beg for a little delay. a vacil-
lating, procrastinating policy. L'nwilling to yield
up the Mwer, they bold on arid refuse to resign,
though the Commons huve rolled up an increased
m ..... I w . t I' - A.M.nut 1 . .. rv VT.ty.K n u ...n n j '
never wiinesserl in England as the struggle now
going on betweea tlf waning power of the minis"
terial aristocracy and the growinif strength of the
tM'onte, wbki. u nre to cuuVor In tbe end.
the leading Lon-l-xi papers utter Mich language us
this, which we clip from the Si-lctator. it means
something : It bfbooves the peers to set their
house in order and speedily, unless they wish to
bme their special place in politics.7' The bouse re-
aa a t . a a
erreo ... 01 cour-. 1 no iioiiw 01 i.or, wn.c...
111 1111- upiiiiuii 01 iiiaiir iDri'airiirii wiiu iwuiiiiiMijf
The recall of Aivikai. T11 tihkr and bis transfer
to the Charlestown navy yard are quite unexpected.
Whether Lis acceptance of the order of Kamt-ha-tneba
has had anything to do with this change, we
can not say. but it L- not improbable. Congress
granted him permission to accept, the President
having nothing to say ; and Congress and the Pres
ident don't agree nowadays. It is against tbe spirit
ot American institutions for any public officer to
accrpt the decoration of a foreign potentate or a
gift or reward thai may tend to influence bis official
conduct, and the quickest way to injure one is to
decoratr him. Were the facts known, we doubt j
not thai IhU decoration, more than anything els.-.
hx raud ht removal from a station to wbicb h
haa had a strong partiality.
Two clipper the MTnc r.i:u.Kand Wvn Hawk
were to leave Fan Francisco for Hongkong and
Manila the week following our latest dates, and
may touch here ia paing. Iy one of them we
may rec. iv a few tlays later news and erbap tbo
decision in the trial of President Johnson, the re
sult of which I thonght lo be extremely doubtful.
The bark Cokt arrited at San Franci.tco on
the Cth. 21 daj page. and leaves apain for this
port to-day probably. She will be duo between
tbe 5lh and 10th of June.
No Teased b in prt fr San KaancLco. and we
know of no opportunity for despatching a mail
luiiui-r till in (i imc vt tur ii'ini,ium- uiu.
t t i i. . . a . . 1 . . . 1 !1
it would rail inr aiieiuiiMi our ir.uirr 10 tne '
sale of Japanme jftmd.4 . ! bdil this evening at !
tlte auction room of 21k. ISaktow. The pobi are
all new and well worth examining.
On our fourth page U variety of foreign new.
The article on the China steamers t from the New
York Commercial Auvehthkk. and we inwrt it to
Correct tbe statement made regarding tl ib'pth of
water in our channel and harbor. The lowest
water is 21 feet, four feet more than the laret
China steamer draws when loaded to Lcr utmost
A large portion of our paper to-day L taken np
with the di!H.-ii!ion of the subsidy question, the
foreiT3 newa bfinft cnwdl on to tbe extra, which
i J-wui-d ia order to ive all a chance to be beard.
j yf rXltt? I4tcilitt tiro.
j fZEhc election of A. F. Jt dd, Fxj., as delegate j
resigned bis seal, Couipictes tne list ol l.epresen-
Utives, w1m number twt nty-scven. The jiMic '
imty I congratulateJ on securing, even at n late j
dav, the service of one mi well qualified to fill I
the position honorably, and who would have ,
taken bis seat on tlie first day of the session, had '
.. in.i :nrt. lAltiUiw laaiwavft blt. .aarfk,! f mm l.aa. 4 " .
inrt .xa iuuuv a-. a'-v a. tttiort j iuv ffia
rrnmrnt to thc will of tIiC Je- llie
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Assembly being now complete, it may be inter-
J , " ..
etdtng taj see how the House is divided into Min-
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"Tl w w1 1- "
Kcprwntative, wlvm we call Imlendcnt.
In "ding them, we classify more according to
- n - r
tlioir election :
M. Krknanarav, P. Kanrav,
P. NarianiaMn. '. Kaaiin-t,
J. I. Ikxninaa. J. Ia.
f. K. Biaowp,
V. P; Kamakau,
. V . Ilslrbiano,
W. C. i-unaiilo,
V. V. Kaai.
II. K. Ilitrbmrk,
J. I pa.
I". J. I.yona.
J. W. kunurKM.
li.W. I. Ilamaca.
. W. flltpo.
A. r. J ' 1.
W. T Marlia,
Aaa 1 1
J. A. .Nahakn,
l. W. katatc.
v.. ii. n-d.
w. p. .i.
f. II. Jndd.
n. i. w a.ia-r.
P. r k'kua,
V. K no.lv ta.
C ala araarnv.
. 11 rbiUipa.
f ' s Ft a.
- vr Marka.
T.l.il IV Miniol'fl. 3 rnrrrtaao.
rnnn .lnrral a " uncrrtain, f tc
art with reithcr rty witli any onifjnnity.
fear to liate It .a ttl -1 aliry, aaanirtamn j
Totin tiith the Mmir'terbl tKV anJ tlien, with -
nutanyairarentrcHSon.eidinstrith the I - vrIe -
The two jortjeare very nearly balancel wlien
uujatrtarit jopular qucfiiiw are involvnl is
to 21, with three vtes liable to le i a?t either
way. It will be notit-cd t!t four of the Oahu
deleatin are ackru.wh-dd hu.iirten of tl
Mini:ter) and their menpurcd ; while the en
tire Hawaii and Kauai uVSratiotw etand up nobly
m Sroi dele tea of t!ie people whom they were
chosen to represent. The jeople choald know
who are their true Keproentativcd and who are
; not, an 1 there iit no way to determine this but by
i watching tlLr activm during the Ktion. ' Uy
! their fiuit ye fchall know them.'
! J Tucaday the Committee on Commerce pre-
H.-iitcl IU report on the propow-d hubMdic?,Fi-ned
: :,by every inemUr. The rerrt (which we irrt
)n our next lage,) u ad verve to hubsidizuig tho
California line, anl in favor of vuWidizing inters
irlind steamers. The fin-t motion made, to
1 nw,t the retort an.I ad.r.t it as the sentiment of
j the House, rwel without diiTUPion by a vote
j of 24 to 14. On tb next hiy a motion wn
maue to reconoiuer tins vote, anj onng tne re-
port up t.-forc t!ic House, for discussion aa
further action. The debate on this proposition
took up the entire day, and resulted favorably, j
the motion being sustained by a vote of 21 I
it e T l r .1..1 '
to. anoi.KT mo won to ujr ,or ueuate
tlre,rt was also sustained by a vote of 23
10. I hese divisions indicate the sense of the
House a favorable to a further discussion of the
subject Ik-fire it is finally disiiosed of. i
In our remarks on the lrse tax last week we
stated that Mr. Kcawehunahala was the origina
tor of the bill. We wcro mistaken. Mr. C
Kalu, member front Molokai, brought it in, and
deserves the credit. The former gentleman pro-
poscd its reference to a Si-ecial Committee, to
I Io remodeled so as to conform with the views of
tlie House as exprcsseil in debate, and reported
the bill tliat i.wd. Another correction : only
Mr. Ihlirp., of the Ministry, voted for tlie
1 ' .1. . . i . :.. .1 :.. : 1
ui.t o wvrc n mo iiim-iiiih-jui ;
tunisirity against it.
Our rejrt this week commence with la't
Friliy"s proccolings on tlie A propria t ion UiU.
It will be teen that the sum of $o,000 has Itceii
: , . .. r . . . ,, ". , ,. .
I Voted fr 44 foreign luissions;" in audition to
w"Ic1' t uJgct calU for $10,(K)tl for a Minister
! Kcsidiiit at Washington. It
is currently re-
! pTtcd tluit Mr. Harris is to lie recalled, and Mr.
varigny sent in bis place. I'oorly qualifie-J as
I m f aaa a
1 tne lormer is lor tno seivicc lie is engageu in.
the lattiT certiiinl jxnesses no lettcr claims.
The prospects of the Kcciprocity Treaty La to
unquestionably been damaged if not u holly de
stroyed by the presence of Mr. Harris in Wasli
ington, and now to send a rson who is under
stood to have originally opposed it, and who, if he
now supiorts it, does 10 more from policy than
from conviction of any benefit to be derived from
it, certainly can not help the matter at all. In
other words, he is understood not to be
enthusiastic supjxn tcr of the measure
The correspondence which has passed lietwccn
this (loveminent nnd its Minister at Washington,
were it laid lcforo tlie House, would fully sup
port our statements that h'u presence Laa done
1 more injury Chan good to the great measure at
! stake. Smc of the corrtvjxndenee may not be
j obtainable as, perhaps, Mr. Seward's sharp
r repiy to the demand that the Laikaicanna be
recalled. Mr. Seward, after reading his reply
j to the demand made by Mr. Harris, ropuested ;
the latter to withdraw his letter, so that tho
eiJv might not lc sent nnd placed on record. ' not allow the opportunity to pas of another fling
This is uuuerstoou to li.ivo leeii done. 11 so, it j ut -ii . r:iucrson, in suiting that among the items
is sufficient td sliow tliat the letter from the Ha- of cxjcnso wastlic sum of "3 G2uiidonaccountof
waiiau Covernmcut was offensive to the Aiueri- j bis family, (.lovermucnt ollicers should never id
ea 11 Cabinet. TLe Representatives should pro- 1 low private feelings or malice to influence their
tetr against any appropriations for foreign mis-
Jtf&M ol doubtful UtilitV
The majority report of the Milita'ry Committee '
will bo found on our fourth ige. Its details
will interest the public, llic minority rct-ort,
rcscn tcil by Mr. C. II. Judd, favored a rcduc-
... thn tJn.nla f..r f..A nn.l it.. !
ttvit til ajaat iiiit aa a rKJu aa a a Vlliv A I IV AAitT a '
amounting to al-out $14,000. ll.is u-inority ' Of the whole number foi ty-six have been males,
climate was a.l.pte.1 nnd lassed at $oS,o3S, in I and sixteen females. Forty-three were I la waiians,
addition to which three sums for volunteer cum- ! "x t""-'t Cvc 1-ortugiicbC and eight other foi
j4inles were voted $2.5011 to the Cavalry, $I,S0U ! e,-TU'n' ai,J t,ie average age has Urn forty years,
to the Rille, and $1,000 to tho Artillery a ! Tho report could not omit making an thrust at
total of $o3,83S for tho two years, which is cer- j -t-"u UI,J the American tJovcrnmcut, in the
tainly all tldit could rcasor.ably c cxi.ctol. i
On Siturday a motion was made that tho
Committee on Finance burn what ofEccrH receive
more tlian one salary, and the amounts so re- ,
reived. The subject is a troicr one for inouirr. '
" 11 1
ax it I-, ntrite.1 tlmt tb. re are ..m.r r.-. Ivinn- tun '
anJ even three talarie, antl kiiic who ret-oivc
fees and jTfjuifite in adilitiuii to liU'ral tnlaricH.
! .. daflla-aTaa aafl'llllal 1 aft .'al I 1 1 at 1 . A tunn '
a j 1 nil'. a i'i'VUI'4 as aa a a a il4t 14 '
... . . 1 ... . ,
pihuii iiok inviiv ,iiiw u juir, wiiiiv iiiuuiier i
. . 1. 1 1 1 . . 1
only $ 1 ,200. The resolution was however tabled
On Momlay the ccial Couimittce on t
(iovenuneiit Printing Ofhce presented a rerrt,
. . .... , .... 1 ,.
uch will Ie found in tlie pm-eedin of that
y, to which we call attention, rrom the re-
Jl , . x 1 .
rt we Ii-arn the actual cost to the ioplc for
two vears has laxn :
The r-nl ofaiinrc may Ixralimalrd at 1.0O0 V yr.$ 2,000 O0
1 ae ioirTVi tin vaiif 01 .rrara, awl wrar and Irar
t-f aauta al i l.ll Vp j-r
Tb- k-rtnu-ola hjvc id to lb Triiiting Oaic
Ibe b4bwiii (Qui UwlLclaat two )raai
Ilrturlntnl ul I'liuuM-a '7 74
I lrainntniuf latrrl-r 31i i-l
I liwrtniriit ia" For1u AltUixa 114 ..o
I H-wrd of Kdui-ali-ai 477 -Ji
j 0:Im-c ol Allory UcacrtL. 17 OO
Tbe CuTcrnmrnt A mpriatina ( IS06-S u
The arlaal rtmw lo the Daliuo would llifrrf.r
am in be t- the two ycara..........; f 17.119 00
This is the cost as rejairted by the Committee, !
over and alwvc all receipts from job work, Ac. j
The Detainments report that all their printing i
and advertising for two vears 1ms cos
t only j
! -it rilr 1-111 f - 1- 1
! $I,yi'J. The balance, of over si a, 000, is poho
1 , , , , ' , .
1 a total I.v, frivnt f r the purtrc of keeping up
I , 1 . . . 1 1 T
u uioiiviaoiv 3 iiijuru iTitux uiuusiry uuu ui .1 1 11 1
the public Treasury.
In the Assembly yesterday nothing of special
note was done, the discussions being confined to
several unimportant bills.
It is probable that the sulisidy question will
be taken upon Monday, aa the Representatives
appear disposed not to proceed with the Appropri
ation Dill till that is settled. ' The debato will be
watched with jn-eat interest.
Si'o.xge roa Matresscs. We have alludel several
times to the introduction of sponge in thc manufact- .
ur of matrcsses, for which itissaid to be well a.Upte-1
ana not so expensive as nair ami tuner inaircswvs.
S . 1 I
i feathers, etc., anI is certainly, iu its coinpreMl
; ... a -.,tMe.i;.,. .-.eief;n v mii
! bale, about two inches in length, when lil-erateal from ; pu
j its compressive ban'I:igen, dxpAnds to a length of, cla
j more than a yard. Tbe fiber is clo-c, and whin ap-
lin aP" i
' rhe-I to cushions, etc , appears tai answer every
; ac of stuihDg in the mot-t s.ti-factory manner
i us manuractare. The ,1lta rcfera to it m tne UUow- ' . i ..i.. .i.:i. i..i u1,w..i ;n i. rrV i
,;.,.,. iTivatc T.rorrty at AVaikiki.nt wluoh latter ria-c " " ' i-u,.ci,.
mZ iWm- if . , , a treat to our lortTS of piio.l music, as thfi Cboir ami I '' lici,
" Ti ATto ?iv.xrr Va bavo rtveivivl Mmnl. ! lie ha lately U-etl Working, receiving eouifn- , ' . . Sao Francisco Bnll-tin
. , ,A. wsnt e ht rcctiwi a Mmpie J tlitir ahU-assistants liave spared no pains in their - a ita California.
Lai tf elstw fiponw. from the 13.ttic Snontre Com- Kition his KiarJ and clotlH, anl jd.lally a little . r' ,m mi,it : " Tinv-i"
runr. TLis material is a suctitute fr curle-1 hair
I or OLC1.XO M MBKK.-In response to fm,uent mmthft ,ie haA ocn jn thc InMne A.3luni M gcn. . hxs been gener.u.ly ten.len d for thai purpo. e ; and , YV. !
applacations for the paper containing an account of i , ,- , ( 1 ,i i, i.;n . notwithstanding the liberal si-pnoit bestowed upon New York oiiserv.-r l'.r,
i tLui.erun.ion on niwaii. we would u,e that no i cral rT' 7 rtr 1 , i ,wo con roc s',v,', in, hM ol ,be Ka,J ! K-"-:::" a tl
of it ire left. The edition vi as unusually large ! ""J1" ,0 1 Cn',1 f n,s t'"rat i fufferers. we feel conii.lent tins w,l! be 1-tron.zed i MAGAZINES.
l-iaia.i ,,, ... , . . funds. It is well uiidcrftood that ioneral Mmth m the s-ame wi.'.mg and liberal manner, and we an- mpper.,
!-l.(")ipM-buth-.steeTiexbaasie.l. NNehopeto . . ticinate f.r tl.e patrons a rioh evening's entertain- : Chamber's , ,Uy.
,tv thc day va hen with steam . 1 nleSr.rh ea.mn.u- "l 'orn-sjndenee wub thc Department at TJk. .irir:Unrno win ,,tf priced eailj in the ! Btark-oi V.V."":V.V.::V"'V V,r
tikatH.n with An.erioa.we hall have ta pr'u.t a,wh "Miington with Ibeli .j ofgettinglt toreeogrnze week, and ti k-l.a can be ba J at the usual ticket j nn untiii. iieviea- March"
aa .M.ti..n every week, if n..t f.ftrarr. this .-. ..f aa nil x.vi.iioal one, and ci. t i depftts. i Krrry VatuVdav N"' 123, 1244- 1 i245
! x HjinltMry Inttor.
i In the (7.i:c T May 13th, is rub!.ll a
: lcn5thy rq-.rt of the djin- of tiie B-wrdof Ilosihh
far the two vi-ars ending March 3Ut. drawn up
rath r irudcly, but buiTuiently ck-ar to ti. ible
roadt'M to sntl.t r Iroiu it what lm Im.mii tlone dur-
j t1 n,e to check the leprosy and to ctsUblitli
and support an in.ane Alum. J appropriation of 2. ,o , or to32,04 per annum.
From it we learn that there have been 330 cases j It u suggested that a house be secured for tlie
received at tl;e Kalihi h--pital ironounecd to 1 j pur?e offjuarantiuing persons arriving from for
leirt,f whom 174 have been bent to Molokai. j t-ign port affected with contagious disease?, ami
In addition. G leiera have been sent to Molokai di- j Saioncr's house on t!ie reef is name.1 ns a proper
rect from Maui, making the total number ofciitetu
thus far discovered and adniittcl to t!ie hospital,
342. Iu addition to which thirty or forty known
uues are tti!l at lare on the several islanL.
j f Mr
Molokai hospital is under the sole charge
and Mrs. Walsh, who lave now under their
care 12G persons, in the various btages of the dis
ease. It ha U-eu found necessary to provide for
the entire support of these i-aticnts, who are all
,,r,.i.i iitir... rw ..M .,t;.;,,. r.J ..-
j-crforming other lalor.
Allusion is made in the report to the statements
i .1,:,, vr 0. n il0if
(I'UUIIrllVM V a.4 mav m ivut ata atuaa K-aaavaa i -1
V1 . : l-a. 1S07
resardinz the management of the hospital and the
treatment of the lepers on Molokai. The report j
in various particulars substantiates the charges !
l then made, and while recording changes made,
, , Uti of tlie hospital, admits
j t.f CuvvUxctl6t allowing that reform was need-
. 0n t)C whole t,Rre
fore, the publication of the statement of gross
inis-manngement lias done god antl effec ted the
change needed, and which might not have been
made to this day.
l'especting the contagiousness of this disease
and its curability, tlie rctiort says :
It the Diteate Contagious t Although there 13
high authority iu other countries to the contrary, the
i IWnl believes that it may pronounce a positive oi.in-
1 .1 t- ..? : . : . .a: 1 .!-.- .1.
1 ,oli m ,uVr 1 1 . 1 .1
' iM.iiiion lrill lx uiilielil liv everv iliLsii'i:in 011 tlu isi-
auas wlio bus Liul experience or tlie disease ; but it
cm hardly be determined exactly under what cotidi.
tiuns the contagion tikes place ; it does not apcar to
be very active ; and probably (under ordinary cir
cumstances) it does not occur in the early stages of
the disease ; but in the ulcerative form, the danger is
great. By reference to the returns from Kalihi, it
will l seen that the male sex arc more liable to the
disease than the female, and experience shows that
the latter communicate tlie disease muoh more readily
than the former. It may be worth mention, that
there is a man ou Molokai iu the last stages of lepro-
i tiy, who has a wife apparently healthy ; this woman
I has had two husbands, who have both shown the dis-
case alter their iuarriaire to her. There can be no
doubt that the disease is inherited in some cases, but
it does not show itself until alter the sixth year after
tf Curable ? To this question, we are constrain
ed to answer ".No!" at least, under any known
treatment. This has been the experience of all coun
tries aud ages to the present time, and it would seem
desirable that leprous patients should understand
this ; it is cruel to hold out hopes that can never be
realized Cures have been reported which seemed
real, but they have no doubt been cases of other dis
eases, difficult to discriminate from leprosy in the first !
stagos of their appearance. Medicine aud Hygiene
vrtu ameliorate the com
anrespecially when first u
I to make fresh way, ai
riff ameliorate the condition of the victims for a time,
used ; but soon the poison beirins
and despite what is done, the in
evitable result will occur, viz : a premature death.
The duration of the disease varies much ; iu some
cases, the oeration of the disease goes on fur many
years ; iu others, it ruus its course very quickly.
Tlie cxiientsc of the two asylums for the pist
two years Las been $31,S27,0S, ufhd it is probable
thnf rl, T.. r.,i..r r,t nnv les. 1 1 U
, , , 1 1 1
a burden and work of charity whicn devolves on
thc nation, from which there is no oseaie. It is
proposed to vote the sum of $20,1)00 a year for the
Ju ture supiiort of the fame.
We observe that the writer of the report could
oflicial duties. It betrays a narrow and small mind,
j vvlndly unbecoming the jtosition held.
The condition of the Insane Asylum is stated to
lc us follows :
NumUr of jii.uw aliuin J
" iliiu'lutrgi d aa well
- death ,
. " I'tl-WUt llinult-a
Two of the inmates are discharged seamen from
V It m. A il . . a
,n.? Vf.,,", ; t"!f,i,I.,II,e Wl"c u,rec :,u'e,-
Miiucora 01 111s own win , mr oiner wiu si'ui lucre oy
n,c u. S. Consul, Gen. M. L. Smith, and from some
isunderst.uidirig the Governmeiit at Washington
1 . 1... 1 .1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 ....
auuiunavt .. uJUiv..i 01 uis 00:11x1, ,
1 for the last three mouths.
j The facts rcsjiceting tbe aliovc are simply these:
' (Icorgc Kemptoii, one of the itients referred to,
a a a t t 1
claims to b;ul from Maiden, .Massachusetts
. , , ,
cjune nt jxissnigrr to these Iflands in I.M'J, not
a sit k and k-stitute Americnn seaman, which
is tlie onlv chiss of men tlie United States under-
l ' . . 1
j takes to inide for in foreign rirts. He worked
at bis tra.lc ns a mason here f.ir several ye:irs,
, ,, . . . . , ,
rrokibly TyiiK taxes in the meantime. About
' ... . , l, , . r
lol, be showed svmptoms of insanity, ns sup-
, , , . ., " , , . ,
H1M.-J, UMU 1UNJUI mi: llliiv tiioaa iiu n.i iiii'i 1.-M.HU.-11
in Honolulu by the (lovcrnincnt for over a year,
for what cause their records will probably show.
After bis release from prison he became a con re
mmt man for Dr. Lathrop then United States
j Consul, and vvs by him foisted upun the United
j Stated ns a, hick and destitute American scau.au;
1 99 00 ' an r"m n'm vas I"85 down tlirotigh tl:c vari
li'.ioo 00 ous ndiuinistrations of l'arkcr, Pratt, Dougherty,
nnl Caldwell, mtil Mr. T. F. Wilson arrived to
investigate the Consular affairs.
It was then ecii at once that Kcniptouliad no
right to the Hospital relief, that be was a lium-
nnr " nut !iikmii ir if Kii aif n vrrv Vinvenia''lit
A..-;i.n.i : i. t,;.t. ,1.1.1
1 "V -r.H't-v aa a.JVi avrvav, . a.avaa v nuvii
1 . . .11 . 1 .1
1 him whenever be wanted change to leave the
I , , . ,
'Hospital fr divs at a time, and seek it among
, . ..
the natives. I'p to the date of bis dismissal the
United States lad lecn mulcted for his support
over $4,."100, and as the only-way to balance this
one sided account Mr. Wilson turned him out of
the Hospital, from whence he vent among a
i family of natives where be was in the habit of
Jle xras nccrr an inmate of the Jlospi.'aJ as a
patient, ncrrr laced there by the Cover time r.t as
such, and cf cerr$e never rcctivtd by physician and
superintendent .is such. Wben Mr. Davidson left
! the stewardshin of thc United States Hospital
. . . . . T An!, knowing
KvTnri.fmlia n ,.h,n ln:in f0"r him, he took i
..." . , , , ,
anonJin nioiiev ncoiuiunaIlT
, r , . . t,. i,,
rlie iwond case referred to is a Era 1 ortu
fe, not reonizcl hy the United States aa a
limant upon the relief fund, as it has not leen i
rroven Le dliirrcd in un American port, wlrieh i
is rea.uisite to bring a foreigner under thc cate- I
. . r l . .l.v nnct a. r ... . ...... a -,- a. I : 1. t ilanr . I '. . . -i r-
ii'Tv i .iui-i u .in r.u-ii. i ui a.ii; uiv cert will tie iieiai at tne tvaumaKaoiii uuurcu. w uitu t - April is
j this ilitc the matter is nill in alK--ancp as to who
mwt W his e.i-n.-of
The expcriH? of the Afylum for 1SC7 was
,4i, aua ior tuetwoycarepasi, i,
aj-km. la . .aataav.
TIm? amount mvlvtil fro-i private jatients for
IS'-i" wm $l,07,2-', and tlio report estimates that
the monthly ntiiireme!!ts will le covered with an
place. It is so tcldoin that any contagion arrives
here that it would appear an unnecessary expense
to hire or keep up a j-ermament establishment for
this purpoce, whin a suitable place can so cattily
be secured whenever necessity calls for it. Would
not a thatch bouse on or near Diamond Point be a
j better, healthier and more desirable choice?
i 1 nc P0" c,03 w 111 a "l
! atlJ dtaths for the the two years endaig Dec. 1S07,
m ' 1 1. . i f.l-l.V.
litrlha 1ST ...
... 1 1 17
E.rcs of death over turtha iu two years.......
The last census was taken in Dee. 1SG0.
Iu" lne 01
hvhoL lxP",'uion 115 r
the following result :
i deduct the excess of deaths in 1S67 from the
reported in the census, i t gives
j tirwn of de-uh ocr binu in iso7.".I"".".im!
1 d 1 .. . : ... ... r lc.t
Popu!alion January 1StJS C21o0
j Thj ;s probably very nearly the correct dara
, rer;irdinz our present lonuhui.m in round num-
bers it is C2,0tM).
Twenty-xixth Day, May 21st.
Assembly met at the usual hour. President Keku
anaoa in the chair.
Secretary announced to the Assembly the election
of A. F. Judd as Representative of South Kona.
The Committee on Credentials retired, and after a
short absence reported the credentials of the Member
elect as correct and in due form. Report was adopted
and the Hon. gentleman duly sworn in.
Hon. V. P. Wood presented a petition from Hono
lulu asking At an increase in the Jury fees. Refer
red to Judiciary Committee.
Hon. II. R. Hitchcock rend for the first time a bill
to compile the Penal Code, in both the Hawaiian and
English languages. Rill passed to its second reading
under the rules.
Same gentleman introduced a Resolution appoint
ing a select Committee, to revise the system of Taxa
tion, and report on the same, with any suggestions
that might come under the notice of the Committee,
said Committee to be chosen from each Island repre
sented. Resolution adopted ami chair appointed Mes
srs. Hitchcock, Nakila, Kalu, Hutchison ami Knudscu.
Hon. H. Kuihclaui introduced a Resolution asking
for S'oOO to repair the road from Kalepolepo to Ulu-
Resolution tabled, till the consideration of
i the nppr
Same ccutleman read for the first time a bill to
provide for the establishment of a Commission of sur
veying. Passed to. second reading under the rule.
His Ex. F. W. Hutchison read for the first time a
bill to amend Sections 118, lli and 12D, and to repeal
Section 121 of Civil Code. Passed to its second read
ing under the rule, and ordered to be priuted.
Hon. C. II. Judd introduced a Resolution that the
Minister of Interior be authorized to pay out the sum
! of S'Jo.fKWJ for the construction of a carriage road on
1 tho pali of Nuuanu, the Rime to be inserted in the
, a mtion bilL resolution tabled till the consid-
j eratioii of the
the appropriation bill.
Hon. J. A. Nahaku introduced a Resolution that
thc nation assume the delbs incurred by His Majesty
the King before his accession to the Throne, and the
same be paid out of the Treasury from moneys not
otherwise npproprinted, sum not to exceed $"."it),(XM.
wu wuimu f Uv.Lm.ia, Itesolution indefinitely
post pon ed.
On motion the llo ise proceeded to the order of
An act to authorize the governors of different Isl
ands to administer oaths. Kead by its title and pass
ed third reading.
An act to regulate the tax on horses. Read by its
title anil passed third reading.
An act to amend Section 3 of an act to regulate the
carrying of passengers lietween the Islands of this
Kingdom, lte.id by its title and passed third reading.
An act to admit sheathing metal free of duty, read
by its title aud posse! third reading.
An act to admit certain materials used in tinning
free of duty. I!ead by its titlo and passed third read
ing. An act to amend an act entitled an act to repeal
chapter 10 of Civil Code, and to regulate the Bureau
of Public Instruction &c. Kead by its title, and pass
ed third reading.
House resiled itself into a Committee of the Whole
for the consideration of an act to facilitate the settle
ment of Boundaries &c.,on its second reading, C. J.
Lyons in the ch'air.
Bill was read by sections, sixteen in all, nnd
passed witli slight amendments.
XOTKS OF THIS W'CEK.
The Conckbt, on Thursday evening at lvauraaka
pili church was well attended, and the performances
were fully up to expectation. The choir consists of
thirty-two persons, fifteen females and seventeen
males, under the leadership of Mr. l'eter Kalaikini.
Miss Emma Smith h is had the general direction, care
I and responsibility of the couoert, and certainly de
serves credit for the taste displayed, and the order
and discipline maintained throughout. It is no easy
thmg to teach natives to sing English to perfection, to
come ou and leave the stage with the precision of
well-drilled soldiers, and to observe a degree of deco
rum while singing that elicits the unqualified admira
tion of all. The nature of the performances can be
lest gathered from the publication of the programme,
which consists of sixteen pieces, as follows :
Choki h Natii.
Ut iBTtTTK-lii!!in Bay,
I 'Hour Autumn Wind,
l!oV ClIOKl m Miarda-rai.
Solo AMaCicom l'uel! Sum's Farm.
lol BLK Ut AUTKTTK KlallilllU IKJ Kail,
ll KTT .M-i.sei;j:rr llird,
CuoBi's Maeiuae k: Kai.
Puno Dcktt Air and I iiialo from Rizok-tlo,
I'HORts Itiii? llie Hell,
101.0 Heart uii'l Il.mei,
Tim O k.i i;i e Kaiia.
('iioRLa l'ni.n aii-1 l.itx rty Forever.
Ill" KTT lirtxinrd Watrli,
HolBLB Ul'ARTETTK My lluppy llullla,
Chori 9 Away, away, our iinruiiig freshly breaking.
All these piecc-s, except the piano duett, were per
formcd by natives. The chorus Jin tumn Winds and
Larboard ll 'atch were the most admired. The former
was very prettily executed. The piano duett, jer
found by lr. Hoiimann aud Miss Emma Smith, was
a master-piece, which it would be dillicult to surpass
in larger and older cities. Altogether the concert was
a success, and a treat to al! who attended it- The re
ceipts were about $.jX, which seems a small sum for
so well-nllel a house. Compared with the previous
concerts in the same place, which were liotli well at
tended, there is not much difference that in January
realized 208, and the one in December only S14.
The proceeds are for the benefit of thc Kau people.
j'T- Next Frid.iy. May 2Sth. the Choir of the
Fort Street Church, assisted bv some of their friends.
will eive a concert for the benefit of their organ
r..i ti... .-;n nti.t miinlvr,f iwil
- ... . . - a
It will be remembered that the Erst concert given
in a5l r.f this fiiml was last vcar. followed bv two
laMtx entertainments iu tbe fall, all of which
ave tPlu-ral satisfaction to the public, and realized j l"1
for the fund the sum of $1,000. The organ is now
ani is expecten to arm
Simmons at Co.. of Iloston,
ve here in tha fall. The con- I
Earthquake Waves Violeut earthquake shocks
visited Torto Rico on the 10h of March, riccompanied
with heavy tide waves, which damaged the shipping.
During April, Gaudaloupe was visited in tlie same
wsy. Tlie date we have not been able to learn, as
the telegraph did not report it, but must have been
about the same time, April 2d, as the one which
visited Hawaii, and caused so much damage and loss
fh- Tbe election in Kona resulted as follows :
'f Jn.M . . ................ ..M rotea
f ahukula . ......................... ......
K ii a lice ................................ .
THE IIAAI.KI.HA PUF.MIF.S. OX
Uk-tiarJ etn-t, lately oav-upird by J. S. Vt alkrr. K.
Apply to 16Z6 Sl J. W. AVSriS.
Trim s.am: ou i:e.t.
THE FIXSF. ritEMISKS, SITHAit-u
IS MAKAWAO. Maui. A i!y to
THOMAS W. EVF.RKTT,
UJG 2oi Or. F. A. SC11AKFKK.
(Superintendent of the Molokai TJairy.)
fur tale by
MRS. F. H. HATHAWAY
VTOl'l.l UKSPKCTFILLY AXXOl'XCE
to the LaJies of Honolulu, that she would be hay to
1 SEWIM1 at ht-r Caattaire. Hotel street, opposite the resi
dence cf the late Capt. B. V. biioar. 6-U lm
MARY," OF HILO,.
' 4S 14 95 TONS REOISTEK,
Copicrel and Coppi r-fsstered, now runninn between tlaia Port
B and 11 ilo. having just beeu put in a thorough state of repair
and furnished with a complete set of New Snails, Dear, tiroend
Tackle, ic, ia dot offered for sale. For particulars apply to
K. L. TOKBKKT,
6-d J. H. COXKY, II ilo.
CHANCE FOR EVERY ONE
To Err.grnte I heir I.nnil Clienp.
Windmills fbr" $150 each I
1 2 tTlSl ,x' STROKE-
Jltiy be seen in the. Honolulu Iron Works" Yard
The TurntaMe is conatruoleil whot'y of Iron, and revolves on
buils. which causes little friction and makes it clf-iegulaline.
NORTH-WEST LUMBER !
EX SCHOONER ALASKA.
3?OIl S3 i- 3Ls 33 Xj O XCT I
GEO. G. HOWE,
10XS1STI.C OF ROUGH HOARDS,
7 ami G. Flooring,
Jiattens, Cedar Stdngles,
023 2m Pickets, ttc, d'c.
CHAS. BRENIG;S OLD STAND,
Corner of Annans and 2I.irine Streets.
CH as. URF.N'IG HAS A I. WAYS A Fl'LL
and stlected Mi'k of
Clothing. Boots & Shoes
CENTS.' l HlMSIUXG GOODS,
Hats and Caps, Dry ami Fancy Goods
1'AXKER NOTIONS, &r., 4ic.
He offers his fine and selected stock 20 per cent, cheaper
than any other siure in the city.
Coiiie one, come dl. -.ind satisfy yourselves.
T. S No truuMe tn showing Goods. 626 3t
BRS. A. BOOTH .IM) TIIE UMIF.R
iTJ tlliNKU hiatine !.. iluly appointed Adiuiiiistriiiors
Umn the Kstatv f the l:il-JOS. lluoTl, all iersims hxvins:
claims airaiiital the said Kttate are hervhy requesteal to pn-aent
their acToums. II. A. HIUb.M.I.., AdininiMrct..r.
Ilonuiulu, Miy li lst.7. 6J6 ot
JollS NOTT. Sah'i. NliTT.
JOH N NOTT & CO.,
riUKK I'LKASl'llKIN ANNOUNCIN'O TO
B the pulilic Ihitt they are prepared tn furnih all kinds of
C"pr rk, coi.sistme in part of f -ills, sikiek paNd, sor
CHI M PANS, Womis, PVMPS, etc., CtC.
ANoon hand, a full assortment of Tinware,
Which thi-y offer for srtle at llie !wt market prices.
ALL KINDS OP KKPAIklSO TONK WITH SKATNKSH AND DI.1PATCB.
Orders fniin th other Isi ui'l wiil meet with prompt attention,
fc'hop on Katiltiiri.inu t., one iloor alove r'litner's. 010 burr
STJGAH AND ilOLASSES
gF TIIE KOIIALA SI GAR COMi'ANV.
y fnr sale in iiunntit'es tn suit by
62C6m CASTLE COOKK.
BOXf'HS -.577 Bore
I AS USEO
ELEY BROS 'J1 emfii lo
Lff TSa&a"1-1 aaataasaajaaaas1aBMMasasaai.aa
raHK A BO V K CAKTRIOCF.S ARE MADI,
in three sizt-, v:z.. -sT7 (or Snider Kntit.'ld) Itore; (or
Iialf inch) bore: and 4S1 (r small) tore.
These Cnrtl idsrai hare been adopted after can-ful com
parative trial, against all th--r descriptions liy llarr iMti j
'atyM Wnr I)in rleiriil. as the SiamUrd Kille
A iimiiiiillimii fr the Urilioh A riur. and at.; not
oulv useal exclusively f-r the Suiilcr Kilir. Iul are aal tpted
to al other tyteiiid f ti.uu.ary Itra-t-cli i.oaiftin Riflra.
They are the chi-apa-st l .-.rtriilei t. knwn, curryinK their crn
irnitiii, hiiiI bciiiff n. aide wholly of M' tal, are Walerpioaif and
iiuperishalile in ary climate.
IJaixer Carlri.lpe .' (empty), of all three stZ'i packed wdh
or wilUout bulit t!'. and imachine for fasteiniij; same in Cartridges.
Mskera of lioxi r t'n rtriiloa. -4i0 bore, for Revolving
Fitl, in U!"e in Her Majesty's avy.
I'iai Cnrlridm f..r La-faucheux Revolvers of 12 M, 0 M,
and 7 31, bore.
Ccnlial Fi rap and I' in Fire Cnrlr iilfa, for all
sizes of Uuns, Kifl. s, and Uendva-rs.
Double WaterpriM.f and K B Cas. Mire Cartriiltes f.r kill
ins paiue at long disumces. Kelt Wadding t improve the
shooting; of kuus . and eery deyrription of Sporting and Mili
KLEY BR( THKRS,
Graj's litn Renal. Londou, V. C.
623 WIloLI.SALE ONLY. eowly
WHITNEY'S NEWS DEPOT,
Ship Grace Darlinjr I"
MAY 18. 18C8.
Now York Herald...........
March 23, April 1
ilarch 28, April 4-11
March 26, April 9
'. April 9
April 2S, May 2
April 29. May 6
...March 2(5, April 2
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March 2fl, April 2
f-an Kranciseo French Courier.
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oedford standard. " '
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SfsiivnEimi lBacIcct MAnc
SAiV FRANCISCO I
The follow lag Urst-CIaM Vcs$ls villi Can Begn
larif Ia the Ilonolnla Unci
D. C. MURRAY.
tV UHIl0niULiE. f
For Freipht fr l.ffe, liavliiff toperinr aocooimoiUliooa fur
Cftt'in anal Stetrage 1'asaenifer. ajiply to
62rt Sin WALKER aV ALLEN, A (ami.
Iffnwsiiisin Packet Isinc
PORTLAND, OREO OUT.
THE A 1 CLiri'EIt BAKE
Clava 171. Sutil !
X. C UUOOKS, Miner,
Will have Dispatch for the above Port,
On her return rom .San Francisco.
For Vrt-ipht or r-.-vre, having Sutarrior Accoaiuodalkxii fa, t
Cahio and Steera laaaeiierr.aplT lo
frt WALKER fc ALLES, A genu
For Bremen or Hamburg!
i! TOE HAWAIIAN CLIPPER,
1. V. WOOI,
11. JACOBS.. MASTER,
Will be Dispatched for cither of the aUie Tsits,
Imajediatelj on her return from San Francisco,
For freight or passarr, having superior Ca.bin accommoda
tions, apply to iii 2 111 ) 11. llACKFELb a Co
Will Rub Regularly la Hau, JInuI, !ntLlng at
For freight or passaer, apply to the Captain on board, or
F. 8. PRATT, at the office of 6oi) O A. WILLIAMS.
11 a I- .1 I I .1 .
SCHOONER OWANA !
Will ply as a Coaster lo Torts In Koolaa, Oaba.
For freight apply to the Captain ou board, or to F. H. PRATT
at tne office ol uz tun . J. A tWLUAUS.
IffsTWaiilan Puclcct JLinc
j PORTJLAI, OREOOxV.
TUB FINE NEW CLIPPER SCHOONER
R. CALHOUN, Master,
Having a large jxn-tion of her cargo already tn
gaged, Will haTe Immediate Dispatrh for the above Port.
Fnr freight or passage, apply to
621 WALKER U ALLEN, Afenti.
C S. BARTOW. ,
So lea Room on Quern Si reel, sne daer tram
Kaahnmana street. ly
Scllingr OH! Selling OlT!
SELLING OFF! .
At Cost Prices and Below !
FROM THIS DAV. ,
AT TIIE STORE OF C. F. PFLUGER,
Entire Stock of Clothing !
PIAIN A.M FANCY,
Roots, Shoes and Hosier',
gents: FURNISHING GOODS!
Dc, lc ttc, etc.
PF.RIOR NF.W ROSKWOOD 3
COTTAGE PI A Ml. t
1 Superior large t-iiich thick (Jilt Jlirror.
2 Superior laige Koa Glass hoir Cases.
1 Superior double Koa Glaus how Case with Stand.
1 Large square 4 feet hich Shosr Case.;
1 Revolving Showcase, with cliaek.srork complete, In running
1 Suerir Koa Pide-hotanT.
lSuperior Koa and Knu Jolish d Centie Table.
1 Iilack Walnut faucy KLaper.
All tlie above will be Sold for Cash or
Lad'.es find Gentlemen of Hoiuiltiht please cull and
I convince yontselres tf the fact.
C. FRKO. I'FLUGEK.
Honolulu, May 13, 1868. 625 6t
EV GOLUE.V GATE EXTRA FA MI Lai"'
Nesr Graham Flour,
Oatmeal, llucktrheat, Kye Meal,
Boxes White Maocaroni,
Buxt:a White Yernilcet
Best California Hams,
B.st Streak Bacon,
Smoked Beef, Smoked ?a!uon,
Japan Tea In papers, assorted hrands,
Japan Tea in pap-ri, Kan brand.
Best Comet Tea in papers. Standard brand,
Cases Tal.le Fruits,
Cases and hxa Saloon Bsead
Cases Hatch's Cream Cheese,
Cases Jellies in class quarts and pints.
Tins Cracker, assorted,
V California Oats and Bran,
, Frrsh Cranberrks,
Nea Onions, Russian Turnips,
Clear Pork, Brine Hams.
Split Peas, Sparkling Gelatine.
Boxes Pure Starch,
' Boxes Spanish Olives.
ALSO. ON HANI).
Japan Tea in Jars and Boxes,
Large Supply of best Family Groceries!
FOR SAFE BY
023 1a. I. DARTLETT.
Books Lately Received.
HOMER'S II,!A1. BV EARL. DERB1.8
Confucius and the ChinMe Cl.iwlcs.
Kathrina Her Lire and Mine, by Dr. Holland.
The Home Cire'e. 2 volumes.
The American Question, l.y John Bright.
The Last of the Baronn. Uulwer.
The Caxtons, by Bnl aver
Hand Book of Overland Ex.yedUions, by CapL BtWtoa.
Pt. Martin's Sumn.er. Itrewster.
History of the Atlantic TeVej-raph. II. M. Field.
"W ays of the World. W. P, Atlama.
Dante's Divine Comedy. Longfe-I'iir.
Ancient and Modern Greece, a vols. C. C. Pelton.
Watson's Hand Book of Calisthenie and GymuaBtaca.
Moshy and his Men. Crawford.
A Romance of the Ilcpuhlio. L. Maria Child.
Mace's Kairy Dook.
A New Flower for Chil lren. L. Maria Child,
1 he Diamond Cross, a novel.
My Holiday and how I spent it.
The Tent ou ttie Beach. Whitticr. .,-v
For sale by (824 lm) If. M. WBITSaT.