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r aa i us mil aisww tfcal lW great Oriental aad resJn-
alar -eaip Caaapaay. wkick totks a ca; iLl ofifiy
aa-OWna f .. are aoildiii -err etcaaBahipe 1 Ike Au
-LuJLkumi Tbe fata as ai anpe.
fra ofakataasaaa-l . be tar sCa-ia bnUJ.uf. ACr j
alio." tlx Pana Ui tiaa Caaay, la BmJUl.m of
. p -f m.. "n raarairai a, mw
w aht Kara --- rmuK Jt l tad Irons
A-iralla. and l .-' arrewa will W
atrrr-r eur P"'1- Wkeaew Ufc- roaMe. lacy wttl fc-
rno awaeaa arl atiaaauaw
. ,w. 1ViMmmr rM perfda? will then be put to
I ,VJm teat. Tbe ". iia l'-r lnue as tbe
l..-nrta aad al ana ainal ami ca-fbuj Urns' ta Clyto
iajba.. w MlfuMn. kit ifliwl r.-V-t mt IW Pacific
CianpaajB aff"a.U ifcey dl " run any
rfcaprr loan f4 Ircaned liarf e-&rel sieaiaere ana
u ru--il kaiJirur. II U- F-s1i b-U d a. heal
n rrult;. airo, as e a ramuu. akall lb
gt.i, t.ricw alr-naav tnn raraa ki tbe hkici '
ur aim and ensafa-UMe arraa-an.W a. t"" tra
tiUig ia ttnu tuUltalca."
TlU aaaa1 ahu writ da rtfr! China 5 ail C,'au
Hiay h aliaa Jnai I B-aa Iaiaa awl 01 Ua.ka thrir
Unwwawu fmea K. Th mum W Uln!fi
" laouk'a ILsa Th arkixurr Mulom HWf, lH
Cm,, arrivl u fb lita fma U arwlj-j jrwiivW Uaa ia
akt r-i-. l.WM aufcv w Uw iWoivrh latawla, ao4
aaMa aa Hna' Iaian4. Tbt Muttm Wyr aivh-r
caarw to Ik fariac Mad tW. anj bM aack 11m
am aa kati ana aiacval I.Vni ani at Cac TV trnm
Uua ll riar Vtmi lav atw-uvrry aut a aiaMtf
M wa ItmrntU untl aa. TH CaOr) Ui, konf, Wl
a mm II uauti( CuU Ikrtt. pvrlT fr-rfc-4 frva) li
miIm, ia cm aay T (bair Mraatn Mnni4 iU 1U1"
W ba aaprcwal la ant Iha abaulueaxal uf Brouk' laUod.
vr waa a a aavia tp Uln l'if ita rlrrtiiai far ta
yiaii f aiif itrinrf, a i - H k -1 t Mtarc lh
akart pvrirrf karW ao4 aV ttat o.hJ be aka-rni. Tke
graaf afcjrctiuai rwnil a ?(rr York am l!ul ia lurUr f
II-aulalai W a (inaA, aaat low cutraaca aa an narrow, lint Ibne
lary Mmtmm nam Trrn.f cofc.-r.ac wbea la c-u4 lorn
abase W aV au CmirmW tk:a lh rkaoorl ia ararty
atraixht, ami if lk Coaaacr" prrfcr to ia an, tb llairaitaa
CorarawnC vul aauok aiaar Ihrua la cuuaXrurt a fk-r of
tlarlr awa aa the anauk eii Ik aMraarr, at lk iA at
liackkaatl iinrt, vkkk Caa tmm!f b xrikl4 la aork new
4VjCk. Froaa Ik aaiBf tkcar afaaarra coaU4 rater aad feare
vltkaaU karanf la auuWaaie.2 W-bl,abl kaaaall Ike Uetk af
TV kavk Cmmwt arrival a X-awby monc( aitki kvrr
lia iaaiiil aaal a tuM frrifkt. Bf krr adica
tVaaa Baa rraacia aa Ik Hth ea May.
Tka pnera af Mpra kaJ airatol fuiir k--f a bt r
aaaai fat Ik rkar frauVav Puia kaj aiaa awlvaureal lu 3
nta aaal aywanaa. Mulaar aa ka oVnaaaal al pajtaj raua,
TV kark CtUtii kail But arri4 ap ia Ik ITlk. Tk
rdtlt Hk a anl auil, rfa aa Xnliy s Tanaiay arxt.
Tk aaT Cka PatktL, vhuck a nl a Wolarada; Iruta
Hi -irj. f-'T ff c Ckiwa ( axla. Hkc ia airr-
lia i hi fctura la lk aaaa pnrl cat tk lltU.
TV abip Ofa aailr4 Cruat Bka 4th ll.Wulu,
wlca a AtS rarfa af aawwa aaerckaiMlac, cnawanl lu Brearr
Tk asir of Ik arknairr A ('axtai, WI rovtrr,l auj o.-r
fawi4. lakm phhta toxia.
CmM waa 4atMf a U 0 144 MJ 14L
Foa Wi.ttia Poava Pr KUsara, M-4U.
I aa Sa I a aacac P kiaka, Jaiar ijta.
FORT OT nOMOLULU. XI. I.
3 k Ka MU, P-Maa, froaa Vlaai.
MiV Wanfcla, aWrUl. trn HaaaJ.
3a rt ta. I ioa, trnan llswau.
XI B-t V arwa-k. U.mm M-ac.kai.
91 Mar Hall. JLa, ln kaaval -
I rtii .Hrti MnU. I a p. hi rt. Craa Kaaal.
I Aa awa Cap. Aaa.at, li U fruaa Aut Frna
nacia, ia MJ.
1 Hi fc Laka, KaauL
"I Aa W ibrus tar, Trrxraaa, 11J oaj fjooa
3 Srif L4m, fruaa M AvAai.
3 IU Bril'luna raxt, Rr;auUa, 6S Jars finaa
3 Vkr M.tauMkawai. Aama. ftuai Maui.
Vk Kate Ln. Craar. trm Maoi.
hr Koaa Parkt, Mvckaaf, fruaa IUwaiL
Scar lloaalrlr. Ima Maul.
Mrk Mirf EQra. Wcat. fraaa Jf aaL
ek Warwick, rrata Malokal.
Htm Hi a 1 1, Xotrr, boas WiaalwaH Porta.
iai knaara. Mct.rrsnr. ft ma H iadwant Porta.
rw-kr Haiti. Nika, fmaa Koaai.
rVk K aaiatfar. Ailna, fmaa klXJ.
Mar 30 Mrhr Mar Clint. Wot, ft MaxL
Jua I Hthr Arut, I Iiutj, Hawaii.
1 vhr Warwira, t Mufc.kO.
1 chr Kaauil. Aitanun, from Mkhat.
1 Har KUaana. Mrtir-t t Winlward Porta.
, Vhr Mary. Kaaai.
J ivur llalba, Nika, ti Ka-aU.
lrlif Martbia. kWriU. tot Hawaii.
1 II M M M lUtaUccr. A ana. TakitL
H. k f M.I rII. Hawaii.
f-Htki ttiHr UttUL Lambrrt, (j Kaaai.
3 ctr Ka Mi, Pawm. Maoi.
ths Mary, Hawaii.
4 Mrkr Uha. i Mkkal
4 Vkr Maaankawat. Aamoc, f Maoi.
I rvr l aka. Kaai.
Rrnrl af lk Bris Martalac Mar.
Manck aAtk. allr.a Irrt II.jo.4uJa. On Um 2Hk mkt Ik
Aaarrkaa wkaia kark Tmmerlmmt, Capt. Wiaalow, tr-m Mar
acaoa laUaOa, aitk M kkia ratra aO. Had mock caUa
wrai krr aaal lk afaaoa kataeaa kttUatlra 11 and e sank
a Ik 2 4k aflaril eii i I Ik raatnr ia luouai 139 MF
' Atiliial at Caoaa. May to k-ft aw tk 3d fcr l akaaa,
aaj arnl tkrr aa ia ttk I al Hanaaaana aa Ik Stk ) 1
i aa tk Uk al A lauaa na t-Vr lk, aoj at Omua oo Ik
Oa tk t-Oomk roiz-t Dr. fhtuik aal aU tk Mia-
aaraa m. Cm nail tut tkrtr a ail aaaatki Oa Ik Ifek
aw Ir Oaaua ta frtara la Miaawna ra a ta Ikrir it'-tt Oa
ttat lik rwM ll Alantsa atal tt Mr. Kaiika aa akr ; aa
mm ITik. at T a. a , am4 at Poamaa. Mat all tk Mtaai.aiea
a arwr. aa4 naauiai I tltrnr ww ruiMtaj. fin tk IVtk ar
l lakaaai aa tk Atfc at tuMal aa lb aaaa oa
lPll ll ta:a. M rrami llw iquw
k4-!tail I i ml, kntn Ihy-nrv kai (mfe
U tka 31a of May, at a- a.. awd Uawau.
Toa "invtii Pnara prr KiTa. Jan 1 It N Cra-a-tl
aat wlfc. U U liitrknk. W li ,dhan. Trprr. J
W iu, Mia Lyvtas C UaAcack, C 11 Lcwcra cakta aaa 4
Fob Paa-rtaaa Pr Abaaka, May Mk fl-o Clark 1.
P Pa Paaartacawavr Coaart. Jeo 1 Prmak Co-hy.
wla. (fciat aaat t-rja ; H . r.mracll aaal Jm tun V It,
rlav Wr frarraU, Cap ti W WfUlfaac.aH aaaj rrtilldm
Mr Isadrtrk. r Akkw-a mnt ikr ckahirra I A Ckaw. W
Mc,aarktry. ) H.-U r. praak Eaa, to (.am, sWnjtaiia
Maaaaii 4a, Tk aixa-Hifra mrrr laaalwl al Mi.
Mum m M I teaa. Ma A Maaau.c. J ti Hutu, J Uraay, lr
aVrk. Mr KkaMi 4. Total, au
Faaw Haaaaaaa prr Cklna TmrkrU Jan 3 JO Cki
r a Paaacic
it"a enara ..........
rr rixsrt. Jon lat:
ill Jat chtk. kOr .......
Jouo Kakal il, fc.. ......
3i liaia, ackal!lllllll!
3I Oplaa.tlra.. .........
IS Pta,aarka.. .......
4 Halawaa. kka... ........
111 Hkuakra. kua
t swt.a.ka ....... ....
X I a.f reified ala.
3 Wir, pka. ...........
t kmr, raai- ........
l aaui, aaia
tory Iwiaka. kaara....,
I lam war, Tn. ......
Iraavkkia... ..... ....
r Moaaa Par
IV a, .".. ............
I artlarr, pf.. .......
faaa Maaaaaa PVi
Ckiaa PackC Jaa 3d:
t sHJk. pka
1 T-a, rkca. ;
14J 1 nrT tt"-d BMlae, pka.
1 VVuk a..,..
r M-iO St jr. Jaw la: -3
Uira, raa.... .......
t arVMOara, bnara
I aeaaaiMa. ...
I-V-aa AaatL to Ikawilala. al tk Karaka IL4H.
y . C. UaaMaa, Mr. . II. L,a W llatu . Ad-
Sakklra, mt llltnnla, aaaavaar ar Cmmtwt.
Miasat-la Kafaa. fUmt Maaa.an tb ITlk ml April. Uaid
Ma.. ar4 S yvara. 11 waa a aalia mt Stmt f i-rn-l
aaal baa rraatnt aa tbra tataAd abnat twenty years.
Ciaaeiiaa la Hnatft K.aa. Ilavau. mt moaaiarthm. If ago
Klwilnav an M Joni lunaii aaaa a aatlv pri - i
a r raaciana ami Jlw 1 f papara ymnmm copy .
Fon TH MABurcvts. The 3!iswaarT Pack
Mig 9ti$r retanl from the MtrrnWits biUrxts I
. . - j
, ,,"J.","I t ' unl iox pwssaireof
aIim Liflia nwtaft m'lw F r r.. 1
1 r . .. " .. ...... . Secretary draw on tl c treasury for a second bnn-
arpUiid th B:eBtMra U th Jluaioruuirs, who were r , , n ...
fo.t,l to .weQ .ml i dispirit, Rn k Smith IJ for t. 1. meml-r. Tl
delejrvf o( the IlA.Aiiaa EvangrncaJ R-ard. mrn, 1 Wf
la Ur. Th. pMM Wk was n.v!c ia eleven d.ys trir" " l1'- wlrreu-Hi a warm de
anla klf. al-r fvma trvle aln-U CapUla Teng- ' Utcsimng op. The rcs. luti..o was euMaim-1,
Itrnn'i report will U f.un-l an.W the Levi of memo- ! a,,J Issnl ly a ..te of f M.
ratvhft. This veaacl wHI Irave again abval JaTy lit.' Tlar facta piir to l these : The article fixing
for a crwia amon the MU.roocaiaM lalaa b, and will ; the ay rf rrrresentatnea saya that ' no increase
prubally li absent about six ninths. Df cnjinsation sUIl take eBiit during the year
Foa the VotrAso.-TTh7uk Cot tvh-, t ! 1,1 wh.J' h l "UU W" nw I " The rutivc
Iblo. oa ber pt-sa ftnta ?ai rrtaei;r,. and landed j
IX pnaasnir-rs, anions; them Ihr. Bmtk. proprietor ef
tha AaatocakaJ Itman, Sir. J. Ixnny, aa aecom-!
pliaha.1 artiat atvl enrresrahiot tf the London as-
f rsV,! .Vr a?t. Mia S. 31 Gann, Miss .V. Mutaingatvl '
Mr. J G. H.Mtt.a of wbn pitrrI iaitin; thecra-i
tsr of tCUawea awl tli min-a of tb late eruptino io j
Kaov They are exicvted . arrtTe here ia the stmav.
r frvia Koo next wcrl.
SATVItltA Y. J I W E G.
ri'ii? i-cutuiivu Ai!iiiiiy
Tlii" Nxlj was ocnij-JeJ tlfl 'lbunxlav with tu
. :. t'. .L-.iii on vLic'i arc irivcn. a
PU'Vri www-- - - - n
full a our liaiiu will nuit. We have .n
oMigl fcinitairti nof tlei"cwlfuniihed
f.r puhlimtion. On Thursby tfe Uil ji-e.I its
-jrl rtsiIi:ig bv a majority of five. IiK.t1, it
1-.I been evident fr Kveral d-M that the lsuzxa
ure would g' through by a decir-ive Vote. It will
eorotj up during the early Jrt ( next week on
ita third telling, wlien. un!e there in a nuite
rlal change of nentiujent iu tle IImjc during the
interral, it wul be finally juvd.
Thia !ili ha bcon cntittel inch by inch, and
it joags hart lt-n fught fr n bth tidni
Srndy an.1 skillfully. Iinleed we liae iicver Ken
a meaaure more obstinately onuted, nor one on
whieh the ene of the cotuuiuiiity wan more etenly
dividol. TIj "jiper mney bill" waa. perlar',
more warmly pref-d by tl Minietry two year
ago, but tlieir effort then Ijad v-ry little ympa
tliy outid; tlie II u.-e.
In thL cue, there are many and bound argu
ments on Ith idta, and trieir weight, in our
opinion, ivf.red4he uagc of-the bill; at all
evc-ntd, it gainctl fctn-ugth by delay. Time
alone can r-how wlx-U.er it i a wire lueaaure or
not, anl whether the al antagen and impetus t
our prjrity, to he derhed inin it, arc ejual V
tlc predictins of its kupjrteri.
The following U the tubaidy bill, a it jisK-d
on ita eoond reading :
ax Acr to :.om i:a;k ocean team mvigitiox.
Wbereu, the maintt-riance of ftvqut-nt and regular
coRiUjunication wiibau r'ranci.ico. by att-aui. U
ioinrtait to tiie wrllare of tLU KingJom ; and
whereas to ei-tahSUb ructi coiuuuiiiicatin, uu ont
iar h uDAVoidahlv at tbe outivt. wliicb canuot
f'iMjr rt-tauntrrale-l Iroin tbe lu.-iiies ; ttM-rt-fure,
l'r it riiacUi. Uy XUv Kiu uicl I lie l-trilative Aa--mbly
of the llAWaitAU llind4 iu the Lep.ila
turt ot the Kiildui Awit-usblej :
.ix-riMX 1. The' MinU: r or the Ioterior. on be
half t tle lii.vrrniiK-nt or Ihin Kitigdoiu, U Lerrly
au:briz-d l contract wilh imiivuluaU or itieor-
Mrute.J eompaiiies for running t Oicient and tea-
worthy re-! of not less Ihan 700 tons burUieii,
iwlweeii Honolulu and an KrancUco. in eonsider-
ittioii of which there ahall be paid to said invid-
or companies, a hum not exceeding Twenty
Fine Thu-nl iK.llirsper vear for the term ot tw o
vejrs; prot-i'ic. that li su.rli contract shall be ex
eCuteil w illioiit tit I'uliM-iit of His Majesty the King,
iii I'rivy Council, and such contract shall require,
under suiLtble peiuSln-. Ihnl trip shull regular
I j ruu uwt ! IrequeiiUjr th.u once iu tweniyone
iIajts froui each end of Ike toiite. that the runuing
tiiue shall Im not more thau twelve Uavt from rl
to port, and that the rale demanded for lirxl ciaS
ponAAe aball not a-Xoeeil Set ei.iy-Fi ve DolluiS lor
every pa.-enKr. and thut the rate of freight iqiriii
oidioary iuerebaiidLtf fiom t-acii ort sjiall not ex
ceed ri A IJollaia per ton. and that the rate of rreitl
on specie Iroin au Fraiiei-ei ahall not exceed one-
half of one per cent, and mail to Im delivered free
.r charge to the Hawaiian (oVc-rumeuL
Sectmx '. In order to carry lhe provisions of
t.'.U aet into lull effect, the MiuUu-r of Fiuanee,
wilb lle ronent of His Majesty the Kins in I'rivy
Council. Li hereby amhoriAed Vt isnue from time to
lime, the bonds ol this tlovernmeiit. of such denom
inations as may le found convenient, bearing inter
est at a rate not exceeding nine per cent, per
annum, with coupon attached, for the semi-annual
pavment thereof. The aggregate amount of such
bonds shall not exceed rifty Thousand Hollar.
They nball be ai-ned by the Minister t,r Finance, , b. whctlier any restriction, fcave that or 4 print- j luiH ii,j0r gan;, and before whom they will prob
and countersigned bv the Kegi.-trar of l'ublic Ac- 1 iw trliateeer we nmv t.!ej. la in f. ; l,w lit ., . , . ,
eouoU, and shall be i-.u.-l iufivecla.se,. of Ten j a- X 1 , P ? ' M "! " " ' hl i,B-,e W,tb llUle. or n f,n- Q-
TLouKan 1 Ikilara each, the first class being paya
ble in five veers, and the other cl.is-x-s at successive
luleivals of five Tears each.
Tlie bill to make a permanent settlement on
Her Majesty Queen KaLAirt las elicited warm de
bate, and will probably be settled to-day. Hy
the will of KamchameLi III., she Imd her option j
I .1 t .1 . . . : .
to retain ber dower in the estate, or receive a set-
tlcment. She chose the dower, but it has proved
insufficient, and it is now proposed to allow lier i
$C,000 a year, provided she relinquishes ber right 1
of dower. . J
Tlie report of tlie Committee of Education, pre- :
rented last Saturday, recommend tliat the items !
in the Sf I.rupruti.jo for the Educational Depnrt- !
mentU specified. This is tlse correct principle 1
. , . . ,, ... , . I
! aIopt in all arpronriatioiis. The mine has been
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reeomnieTsIci to the printing derortment, and
It i the only way to cheek exee.ive expenditures.
We notice that tlse native fjovernment Ivper is
very unfair ami even malicious in its retorts of
the remarks of some of the sjcakers in the Asrem
bly. When an official retort is providol for it,
there is no excuse for incorrect reports, ami tliey
should 1e st"l j-l. The truth is, indeinleiit
pojers arvl rej,rts arc the only pn-jer chaniM-h
through which the puhiic should be inrtructol.
There are faithful and comi-tent printers liere
ready t ulertake tlie aiblication of all the Eng
lish and Hawaiian jjcrs that may be needed,
whenever the Government cmc to abarsn a
service which lowers it in the eyes of all, at borne
We regret Vi notice the system of badgering
and siuall talk which is bcoming s common iu
ti-e Assembly. In a rcpresciitative wb'j any
never before have sat in the House, it may j.-r-baj
be excusable ; but to see Crown Miuisters,
proiussirg tt be the emloxliment of IVrisian man
ners, allowing their tempers to gi-t the mastery,
and uttering bar-room slang, as occurred on Tues
day last. Is a public di-cgrace.
This is one of the evils of a union of the two
House, and it is unfortunate fir tlie nation that
the only jts ns who may Iw looked ujon as the
pr.pecthe carslidates to the throie, s!ku!1 W
allowol b be tlse ohWt of such disgraceful
ernes. Familiarity breeds contempt, and if thU
union lasts much longer, the Jvplc will ceuse to
resjo t ministers or noblemen.
Tlie Ministry in Tues.lay rcwortel to a mole to
secure a troint gained, wltn-h lias never lefore
been done here. It was a motion to reconsi ier a
Tote the same day it was taken. It is strictly
parliamentary, to he sure; but it is considered
one of tin sc tricks which are seldom resorted to
except by artisans to avoid probable defeat. It
always bctrats fear on the jort of the pjovcr.
Its introducti m by the Mini-try is all tlie more
t. le regrcttcil as tntah!l-hing a precedent which j
w.y MA.II . .g. .n fitiip. .lav . V f . T...I.I i
Ala, I AVH mm wu.. auuiv . A 1 ar uuia 1
truly remarkeil, bad tle opponents of subsidy re-
sorted to it on the first introduction of tliat incus- !
ure, it would Late been defeated leyond help,
there was then a l trge tnajrity agaiat it.
Tle pr-icredinga yesterday were rather spicy.
a."- . ..... , "J ........ ' k J '
, Koukanu in:rlutxl a resolution tliat the 1
ul h " ' A""nuu" k"
kit makahiki i hMh.l'ua at La ohl.t e h.onui ka
ku- lliC a"K"n,iuir"t rea-mg tlu? iy from
?lof ' I"1" "" as intnaiucel and
ad--ptel in 1"mV, but re,uir-d t lc rntiCed or
approvel by tlx resent I-rjblature. This was
d.ie early in t!i- se-i m. Nw ti e question
arises, was the otiiernbiHti: ma.Ii: at thi- se-
i or the Lt ? M--t - itaIidy the Igisl.itur.
of made " the auienJaient, and C.a jre-
CDtonerimj Ijarr roved it.
Taken bv iuIf, thL would settle the right of
the infinTieni t- draw the inercapod mlaTr. The
firtirth rule, however, raie a 1 u!.t reganiing
'it. It sat f, no meru'wr Bliall ie j.-nuitu-j t-
vote on ai:j tjuestion w!ere l.w private right, dirf
j tinet from uh!ic interest, i iiaiuediatcW em
Th-re U tJieref .rc n.me d-mht a!.ut the right
, . to tlie iuenM A lt,x. Their.r
I wa to .tlle it w to rcH-r the Jietiun 1 tlie
A re.lutijn was introduced by Mr. Kcawe- I-k Iu the present as the expiring struggle
hunahahi to jrovi de crackers, clxw, cljanijogiie ; OI" be Tory jower which has w long been domi
and light winw. Mr. KaLiiaua uuvci to amend ' nant thcre- Henceforward (whenever the change
jigne, an 1 Mis Ilighnc Trince Ireililo moved
to am.nd so a to include other liouors. all which
articles at'rear to have beejuie inJIfirinT ,1c
ai.Li in Hawaiian Iielatitm.
44 The resolution and pre.iuible orinate-l with the
rpnrjteiiUtives; was intrcJuce-l into the Assembly
Ly then., and was finally carried-the preamble hv.
mg been droppe-1, a pirjudging the case, and as W-
itg only 'deelaratory of opinion, ai.d therefore un-
necessary by the votes of the IU-presenUtives, the
vote Uii.z clearly in the affirmative a-to render
the calling of the ayes and n.-ivs unnivessnrv. It was
the res.ilut"ion i t Uie people, through tljeir Ilepresen-
tatives, defending themselves and their Government
from uniiiatifiALle journol'sm, and deiirjii, by ex-
J . - . r i . V. I ,
presin their news, to correct a fault jateut to all
reasonable men in the community."
AVe copy the above irtragraph from the Lift
ifue of the (iovernment Gazitte to fhow the di-
Ijxition of that journal to fabify a matter which
muot become a tart of Hawaiian hbtorv the
attempt of the Ministry to gag the free pre of
this country. A brief rei4-tilin of the facts will
The resolution was undemtood to have orizin
ated with one of the f rcign members, and was
intrvnluced and vigorous! v iiptrted as a Miuis-
terial measure, 'lbe native members did not I L'V'"' Uistiuutiox. The extent to which this
e en understand its tenor, snj j.-ing it referred J n, fari",is tr"ffie carried on on Hawaii, is astound
to other matters tluui wlat it did. The Arsem- inS- w rtf nf.rmed that nearly every other
bly immediately voted it down, there having
! been only eterm tupjurtcrs of it and licenty-lmt
; ngninft it. The Vote certainly thowod that it
' vus the Ministerial t li-pie only which bought to
pi.s it, and that it was ia no sense whatever 44 a
, ttAull.a, i.t tie xi,l "
Thus the matter rented till the next day, when
t a motion was made to reconsider the vote, and
; the discussion on it took tip tlie entire day, with-
j out Coming to a decision. Several of tlie leading
. la'presentatives then asked tlie editor of this
; joj-r what course he dec i red to be pursued with
i it, as they could iass it or kill it. He replied he
wished the resolution juist-eil, so that the .Minis
, tt-rs might laive un oprtunity to substantiate any
! charges they had made. Thus it was at our re
j quest alone that the resolution was voted for by
) tlie opposition lueiulters, and not leeause they
J believed there was any ground for action.
It was not 44 tlie resolution of the laMnle . ;
and for the Cvernment editor to nsnert it. under
tlie circumstances, is a ilownright falsehood. No
one knew better titan be that the ?diiiitcrs could
not liave carriol the resolution, bad it not bad
the approval of the editor of this pajr.
The Gjztlte further Kiys, the dclxite turned
not on t!e friedom of tlie press, but license tliat
country. If the mere license of the press is the
question in dispute, we know of no better sub-
j-ct for the investigation of tl.o Assembly than
the article in the Gazette of February 12th, un-
derstood to have been written by the Minister of
the Interior. Never has baser or more foi'.l-
mouUd Lmgungc been uttered by any pres, and
it j .i f ... . i f r. .t
well d ocs the Cjoveriiiueiit Gtiztite merit the title
it suggests for ibM.-lf the 44 Satanic Journal."
We aexure our readers that the real and vnly
motile ( faros can be known) that prompted
the Ministerial clique to bring in the resolution
referred to, was a desire to intimidate the editor
vf this paptT, and iherthy to curtail and destroy
the liberty of tU jress. Now that Ministers liud
that they have stirred up a hornets ne,t, nn,i
.. . ., ... l.i- i
tliat the t'eople are aroUseU. they and their liud
t-. i. i.i
apologist are ready to rniootu ti c matter over aa
, , ,
best they can, even t the expense of truth. ,
TI Representatives, r true to themst lves and the
jcople, will not let this matter res-t here.
The arth le rcferre-I to in the Gazette, is on n ;
,r wun tne ieg.sm.ne n-p.n, wn.eu ,s . earn i
1'ii.iec: twn. iiiioi-ii-i i.ii mii i- i iiu rMJi y
Mr. Lyons presented a resolution ivnsurirur the
olitor of tlie Au OXoa Fr publishing a false re-
rt, anl this pastil, iiie rcpreseutatite I ruin
Kohala was made t- sa . in the (Jo eminent
organ, j ist the o jite 1 1 what he said in tlm
AsscmMy, rliaj. tltat tlK same might lc iimiV
aptinet 1.1 m in sonic future edition of the Mala-
ia Ilaicaii. j
Tlio rorelun ro .
Our tclerajbic advices from Washington, by
tlie bark Comet, are to the ICtb of May, ou
which dav the first vjte on the articles of iui
penrhinent was taken. There are eleven articles,
and tlie vote was on the List one, charging the
rrcsidcnt with mindemcaiior fr having uttered !
Linguage against Congress, during bis famous J
swinging-ionud-the-circle tour." The result
was 35 senators fur conviction and l'J for ac
quittal. There arc 54 Senators, and the neces
sary two-thirds required for conviction was thus
lost. So close was the ballot that a single vote
from the minority, lutd it locu cast with the ma
jority, would have changed the result, and sent
the President out of office.
It is easy to imagine the intense excitement
which exists in Washington and other large
American cities ou this extraordinary question.
when a single rote may i-lmnge the whole result
of tho great en t trial ever known in American his
tory: Tlie attempts made to bully Senators, if
true, are disgraceful. They ait in this ease as
Judges, and it is no less un oSVnse to tamjr
with a Senator tlian with a Judge. They have
tlie same right to decide according to the cvideuce
and the facts us Judges have.
Wedonot credit the telugraph report tliat
attcmpts liae lH.-'n made to jiun Senators. 1
The sudden sickness which affected three of them j
is nothing extraordinary, wlien the great excite-
. .1 a.i , 1. 1 . I n Vn 1. 1. ...... n T Z . . - . I
lurui kaiciiii ia , cwiiiuwi, AO t4aeil AliiV WU 1
riJerutiou. Few constitutions can bear such a
strain as has pressed on the Unite! States Setia-
! tors during the Jst two months, w ithout sLw
! ing a reaction. The fact that every Senator was
" bis s-at and votol on the l".th of M:iy, shows
lhat t,Rrc serious indisi-jsitiou sustained
bj any of thou. !
Le the result what it may conviction or ac- i
r.uittal we have faith in the justice or the ver- j
diet. Until evidence to the contrary mav le I
ii i 1
:sh..wn.wc will not d.ubt that those who have I
j voteu on citlier Side l.ac done so luvording to j
; locir convictions .u justnt; auu uuty. ?ucri men
asFessen len of Maine arc uboc suspicion, anI j
; though tliey may is.t endorse the acti-m of the j
i majority, they may lc as firmly loyal and true to ;
. S a aa
. t no great I'uny principles oi tne union l.cpuMt-
can arty as any in the minority.
At this di.-tanee, ami without the cvi-!cn-c le-
fore us, it is imnesi'!e to say what will be the
final result. If the President is adjudged guilty
! under a single artiele, tlie ea.e g - agaiiit-t him,
and aj there are eleven omits, it is idle to
'express an opinion. TIk steunr Llnho will
bring ua the fijt-tl venliet, aisl whieli eter w;iv
j caw mar le dtxidod, it will be the ixioq
. of great rejoicing throughout the Union bj the
opponent or fnpirten oi tne i'reiacut.
r roia rjiglainl the news is not eciall j im
portant. The Ministerial question remained un-
!e'idcd. the Ministers avowing tbeinselve readr
to earry out mu-U a oliey as the majority in
Parliament njav indirale. They are evidently
determined to hold on, if ocib!e, till the new
-lec-tiou, when, if tin majority in as strong ngainfit
theiu as now, there will be no alternative but to
' W'P aide and allow the representatives of Yoang
r-nglar.a to ciirry on tne Oovernmeut. ror we
. ,u" yuipuu.v wun me growing power ot the
, will govern llDgland the Church will be
"undered from the State Ireland will be liber-
ated and tlie power of the aristocracy will yield
. to and become subordinate to that of the people.
rt very important mc-asures have recently
lKen enacted in Austria a law Icalizine civil
, ma- allll aMol.r conceding the rf-ht of
. . JT. t " , '
tr,al by jury. It sounds oddly enough that this
great boon of freedom has just been granted to
lhe ,e of AuHr;A. uut u j8 d u
1 1 '
ma "y rejou-p as they are rej-jicing over it,
from one end of the empire to the other. ThefC
..- . , i.. . r i i
arc tu ster towarus ipular freedom, and we
... 1 1 '
j rcj-iee that they Ijavc been taken.
j The news regarding the Aby-inian war and the
. victory of the English army is confirmed. The
' trooi are homeward bound, bringing with them
l',e cn f the late King Theodore.
Minir-ter AiLims has taken final leave of Queen
Victoria, and leaves the affairs of the American
Legation in tlie Lands of his SJecretary.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
! Ilf.llw. ill tf ilili.il lt'iinuL ill fkfkil l..Tan1- ilia-
1. ..... IV. V. 1 1.IU ..11 I. H 11 l.V'llUl 1 1 J
tricts is either a distillery or in some way concern
ed in the disposal of oAofrAuo. Numerous caves
and secliuh-d (.laces are also usi'd for the manufac
turing or storing of it. So extensive has the traffic
in liquors become that the judges and other officers
of tite government, it is said, are more or less im
plicated in it, und use their authority to screen the
offenders when arrested. Recently an effort has
' been made on the part of the government to bring
j a few of these law-defying persons to justice, ami
! with some success. Fourteen were thus arrested
and tried two weeks since at Waimca, before Dis
trict Justice Frank Spencer, with the following re
Makaiulii pit aJ juiliy of dinlilliiif, and waa Aiwd M.
KuwatiatM-a pkal guilty f dilllling, and waa Dnnl TA.
Knu:uku)4i pic-ail KU1II7 uf tliatilliiiK, and waa flixitl $Mt.
John l.iiiciln lbl (nitty of furniniting liquor, lined 100.
Makaluki, fouial (tuliy cf furtiiUiiif Uqiur, bueti $lod, ap--uk.-l.
Puniakai, (uuul f uilty of tlistlUinf liquor and dued $300, ap--akxi.
I'aU-wa and Kaiueo, luuad guilty of dUtilunf and rack fined
Wm. Lincoln, rliarred with dialillinr, nolle pnaeuui enlrrel.
Aa and Kaliliki, found (uilty of dutlillijig, each riacd ZM0,
Kaki.l. i hir'-d with rjury, nolle proaeijui irnlrml.
Kuuiuiiui, ekartcd with luruiahiuK Uqu.r, r-mandc-d till June
Kalihkr. allifij liquor Ij lurei(rK.-ra. rrtnaiuled till June ith.
I'kuA, luruialou( Uquor nolle pruaxqui tuUral.
It will Im gi-eu that four plead guilty, seven
others were found guilty, but appealed to the Cir
cuit Judge, who is said to he in full sympathy with
; however, deserves credit for the effort to put a stop
1 to this business, and if it will only appoint good
j judges and other officers ou that inland, there will
j be but little more heard of illicit distillation there.
Vikws ok TnE Late Ent PTiox. Mr. Chase, the
at tt.-t. has laid on our table a series of photoratihs
j bkt,B'br Linl presenting scenes in the district of
! Van iina tiwu- tfwa iu' fioiii at tCnimVii tilrfn
j near the residence ol Capt. Brown. A second shows
j the ruius of the Kahuku church, w ith an ua ridjje
j iu the back ground. The si. of this church was
Burrounded by Uie lava, but the building was not
touched by !l It w as destroyed by the earth-
quakes. Another view shows an island where five
j ' rronnd.l by the lava and compelled
; t" remain a we,k till the lava cooled so as to allow
them lo escape. A fourth g;ves a view of aiohi-
., ....... ,
I nil. with ruinel buildinzs iu the foreground. The
i , , . . , . ,
.11111. Mill. l-lll.l- ! 111''.', ..-.-w IV
riiAJnc u , lc,.t prccI3elv I5ke a rr,.tbet
Mtrunm fi,K.(l whh b,ok9 vf lWm imagiw thU t
Ul! m.j., aD(i ru-hing at the rate of tw'enty
ni,.0 an hour, and you have some idea of the uiag-
Biflct,nt fciput wlch was ufforded to the few visitors
who saw the late eruption. Another picture repre
seuts Uie mud flow' at Kapapala. There are eight
iu the seiies befire us, and we can bear witness to
this correctness of the soenes w hich they represent
Olympic Ci.ib. The lecture delivered before
this Siiety by the Rev. K. Corwin lasfeveoing.
drew out a pood audience. The subject was the
Mystery or Philosophy of Motion, as exhibited iu
atronotnr and the various mysterious phenomena
0f ,iatlire and science. Though the topic was rather
aj,atruse. the lecturer made it esceedin-ly interest-
ing to his audience, attributing the source of all
uiysteri-ms moti.m to one Supreme Reing. the Cr-
ator and Uphol k-r of the Universe. He closed lus
lecture with aa earnest appeal to the young to
study the philosophy of motion, and investigate its
vstery, with the aids which science and renla-
tion furnish. At the close, the President of the
Club announced that two lectures were in prepar
ation one oil Volcanic Phenomena by Dr. Ilille-
brand, and another on Hawaiian Mythology by
A Io.'i Ramje. The other day we found two
large twenty-pounders approaching us from towards
the sea. in size a good lit tor a fifteen-inch run.
After having collected our senses sufficiently to
learn w hat tbey were, we found them to b genuine
drumhetul cMaya. shot all tho way from Prospect
Hill, riupalakua Plantation. Maui. Tfy safely
bulged in Merchant street, without doisg d tmage
to a single person, and delighting th eyes of a
crowd. Whosoever Cred these swsinp angel"
shots at us will please accept our thank. They are
the missiles that give newspaper reporters appetite
and a good will.
Um scal. On Thursday n'eht and Friday mom-
nj? K.aTy rB;D9 u l in variom districts on this hd-
an,i, causing freshets in the streams luring hist
month the same occurrence hapered on this and
other islands. It forms a contrast to the extreme
1 a 1. 1 . f v. i n )i.li .T-e .m.ilttf li 4 P.I il II ri H Hlft ftllTTI.
mil vi lain uii.u v . n 1 1 j i v " o ."- ' . -.-.
mer. r.verywhete the pastures re as rtcu wun
verdure as in midwinter.
Smu.i. Pox. The brig Odna Picket, which arriv
ed on Wednesday from Ilongkonr. appears to have
had a casn of snail px on botrd during the pa:
IJI'I vi ru.ill I" V v"i www... , .....
.nSe. The patient has entirely recovered, and all
the clothing havisg bien burnee. the veasd was al. i
lowed to come in and all tabu -emoved. It is pos- j
fcih!e the contag'un may show Wself somewhere. j
Q - . " 7. i. t- .
" -AVAl .ir.fXT. r rata v.us-'y, iiiei
p,ynt!l5t.rin theC. S. Navy, ar ive-l in the bark Com-
,r having been .ir,inte.l nava! agent and store keeper j
nt this p,., of late years th? American Government
h. had oo regularly appointed agent, though in former
years it had. Mr. C. is aconnptnicl with his family,
and expects to resile here jwrmancntly.
.rfr- We understand that Mr. Asheong will deliv
er a leeture in the Cliines language at the vestry ;
ron of the iV:bel Ch(el on Sunday evening. '
Th having era-dies ir their employ will please t
give them notice of the nme. i
J'-ff" The steamer liuho will be due from San
Francisco on TudAy naming next, with the New
York mail May i. au.is.m Krancl--r tiatc- to May !
About eleven o'clock on Saturday night
last, the usually quiet air of Xnnaaa was disturbed
with the ouDd- of instrumental music troin a band
playing. Home, Sici Koine. Hill CoiiunLla, TLt
Stttr-i-amjJfJ fanner, sad other Lituiliar tunes that
awaken only cheri?hel reoollecthus cf " the land
of the free and the home of the brave."' We thank
the gentlemen ho initiated or took any part iu the
rery plcasnnt serenade, whu-h was intended as an
endorsement of the stand taken by this paper on
the' freedom of tie press. So loug as we have the
nnetiuivocal svrujKHhy and approbation ot thepul
lic. we shall try to da our duty as journalists, what
ever obstacles we mav encounter.
Firevex's EiiicTiox. The annual election of of
ficers for the Fire Department took place on Mou-
day evening lat. with the foliowiug result. The
I first thr?e were elected:
Chief Engineer C. K. WiUin, 113 rot,
first AtttaUnt E. B Harper. Ss vtr.
ShtouJ Awistant J. A. llassir.fr. rotoa.
Th. Iinhe. 73 rrti- f rlrsl Assiatatil.
J. S Lnuoo. 61 vvtes for -rxxi Aaaistnut.
V. p. Kam&kaa, 8 Tla tut arcouJ AasUunl.
E2T Mr. L. L. Torbert took passape in the schooner
f nw'e to superintend the erection of the new foreign
church at HUo. It is a small structure, "8 by 40
feet in siie, and will have a-spire eighty feet high.
We presume the architect will take care to have it
earthquake-pm-f, as only such structures should be
built ou Hawaii in these shaky times.
Pcx vnou College. The Annual Examination of
this institution will take place on Tuesday and Wed
nesday next, (the iuh and 10th inst.,) in the after
noon, commencing each dvy at 1 o'clock P. M., and
ending about 44 1. M. It has been thought best to
omit the usual Rhetorical Exercises in the evening.
27" Twenty Chinese passengers arrived from Hong
kong in the China Packet who intend settling here.
These are the better class, some of whom have re
sided in California.
The Sternal Subsidy.
To the EVt-tr of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
Sib: The question now is not are we to have
steam communication with San Francisco. That has
already been guaranteed us by the American Gov
ernment, aside from our geographical position, which
will insure to us one if not two lines touching here ;
but it is, how much shall we have to pay for it.
The Ministry have, with the assistance of a few
who have du?l &xcg,Jorced through the Legislature a
bill giving $25,000 per annum, and with the other
privileges equal to $5,000 more. And in return for
this we are to have our mail carried free, which has
cost us from 300 to S 100 per annum heretofore,
and our freights carried at $6 per ton ($1 over the
the rates for the past four years), and in steamboat
style, the vessel not responsible for anything (see C.
O. & M. S. S. Co.'s Bills of Lading), and tlie privi
lege of paying steam rates of postage, which is double
the American rates by sailing vessels. I can see
where tome will be benefited and surmise where others
will be ; but alas for the poor tax payers and the
planters, and especially the Hawaiian race, and I
fear the day will soon come when Hawaiians will re
gret the part they have taken to pass this measure.
Mr. Editor: In passing the subsidy bill, the
ministers showed uo consideration for the opinions
of the Lower House or the people whom they rep
resented. Tbey treated their opinions with con
tempt, and hesitated not to use any and all
means to defeat the wishes of the representatives.
They availed themselves of every opportunity to stir
up dissension among the members of the Lower
House, and allowed their coadjutors to manipulate
tbe house as they pleased.
In view of these facts, allow me through your
columns to express the hope that when the repre
sentatives come to vote on the salaries of the nun
isters. the War Depart raunt appropriation. Jcc they
will try and teach the ministry that such a course
cannot be pursued wiiii impunity, lhe Jiritish
Parliament have frequently refused to pass upou
supplies in order to show a hostile ministry that
Parliament was not without power, and the nation
has thanked them for it. May we look for a like exhi
bition -of firmness in our own representatives. It is
their right and their duty to rebuke a ministry thut
so persistently thwarts their wishes and holds their
opinions in such contempt. It is the only constitu
tional way to reach the ministers, and let us hope
they will have the firmness to apply it.
Mr. Editor : Why is it that bankers, lawyers
and brokers do not pay a license to aid in supporting
the Government which secures them in the peaceful
pursuit of their calling ? Perhaps tne Committee on
Finance in the Legislature can furnish tlie desired
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HAS JI ST RFCK1VKO, l'ER CHINA
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. Prime I?1anila Cigars,
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yiEWS OF TIIK LATE
LAVA FLOW AT KAHUKU,
And Scenes of the Earthquake.
IMni; taken on the nt by the Camera, they are more cor -reel
than any (ketches tliat can be made.
6J3 t II. L. CI1A3E.
JS IXVOICK OF VERV SUPERIOR
HAVANA SHAPE NO. 2,
is now landing, which are bt far
TJio 13esst in tlie 3Iai-lret: !
An l are otTered Hr hale in qualities to suit bv
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On Tuesday, June 9th-
OXES CHOICK COMET TEA.
Boxes Japan Tea, Fan brand.
Boxtra Japan Tea, S ft each, very choice, .
GoMvo Gate Ex. Ta, Flour,
Fresh Graham Floor,
Freak Oatmeal, Bye Meal, Buckwheat,
Coarae Hominy, Fine Uornlny,
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Cases best Salooo Bread,
Boxes Wafer Pilot Bread,
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Cases Best California Cream Cheese,
Tint Crackers, assorted kipJe,
Tins Freah Jumbles,
Tins Freak O .ogn Snaps,
Beat California Oat and Bran,
Boxes New Onions, Russia Turnips,
Near Beets, half bbu Family Pork,
Cases Gherkins, half galls.
Fresh Pearl Barley,
Casts California Mustard,
Cases California Bare,
Boxes Clear Starch.
Layer Raisins, in whole, half and quarter boxes,
Pecan Nuts, Brown's Ka. Gioger,
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English Fancy Prints Ulaliis.
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TurkUIi and Duck Towels,
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C tton, Csshemere and CloUi Pants,
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Cnpir chirta and Drawers,
Dressing Combs and Tooth Combs,
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Shawls, double and single.
White CoUou ond Linen Handkerchiefs,
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Silver Watches, Jewsharps,
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Expected per Steamer Idaho.
For Sale at
829 It ED. IIOFFSCIIIa. EGER i. po.'S.
WHITNEY'S NEWS DEPOT,
Clipper Bark Comet !"
JUNE 1. 1808.
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.March 28, April -U
March 28. April 4-11
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' May 16
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San Francisco and Honolulu Hob
F. COXA KK, Casnswati.),,
Will run bettrein Jltmovlu and Stan Fr
by the lolloxrinq Time Table: WQC
'J O At San Frantiscn w.
ico...May At Honolulu . " j T 1
June IS; At fan Francaeo""" i "
From Honolulu. .. .
From San Francisco.
Prom San Fraaeucu... Ju!y
..... . . -..
Fr-m Sao Irancisco... Aug. 10' At Honolulu. "". I
From Honolulu Aug. 23;AtSau rajicir4"."V.;
Bates of Passage have been Heduced
CABIN, - - $50 (STEERAGE, 13V
Through Freight to Portland and Victoria aim. k uw
reasonable rates, and t
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON ALL SDIPirv
PER STEAXER. f?
Insurance guaranteed at lover rates than by sailing .,
Particular care Uken of shipmeuta of Fruit. "HI.
Alt orders lnr Goods, to be purchased lo San Fraacuea m
be received and Oiled by return of strainer. V' "
6i4 1a H. HACKtFLD k CO., Aj,,
Regnlar Iispatch lAut
SAiV FRANCISCO !
TBI AMERICAN CIJPPFJt BARS
"CO 1VE E3 T
ABBOTT. MASTER, ... .
Will have Immediate Dispatrh for the akste Fart,
For Freight or passage, having superior accmuaoiUtiocu m
cabin and sceerage passengers, apply to "
C. BBKWKR CoAgeMa
THE A 1 CUPPKR SCHOONER BRIO
Having most of Aar Vargo engajd,
Will Sail for tbe ave Pert or akoit
Jib 15th. r
For Freight or Passage, having fine aceommolaUora. ut.
U. HACKFaLD ICtf
Hawaiian Packet Line
The foil wing Urst-flas Tcssrls will Ku fri
larlj la the Uoaolala Uaei
D. C. MURRAY,
For Freight or Passage, having superior acoomatodatioas hr
Cabin ami Steerage Pasaenfers. apply to
8m WALKER a ALL EX, Areata.
Hawaiian Pacl&et Xine
THR A 1 CLIPPER BABK
lHHwt Clax-a IR. Sntil !
N. C. BROOKS. Maale-r.
Will have Dispatch for the atove Port,
On her return from San Francisco.
For Freight or Passage, having; Puperior Acenmmodationt let
Cabio and Steerage Passengers, applv to
cag 2m WALKER Jt ALLEN', AgenU
For Bremen or Hamburg.
THE Tl AW A II TC Cf TDDL'D
SLaav a a a.. aa
Xt. iSTm r O T.
II. JACOBS .MASTER,
WIU be Dispatched far either cf the afcore Peru,
Immediately on her return from San Francisco,
Fr freight or passage, having sapenor Cabin accommoda.
ons, apply to htta 2m U. U ACKFKLD Ca
"MARY," OF HILO.atak
4S 1185 TONS REGISTER,
gCoppered and Copper-fastered, now running between this Port
aim iino. iihtiok jaat neen pal In a Uiorouvh state of repal t
aod furnished with a Pxnpltie set of New sails. Gear, droaad
Tackle, at, ia now offered for sale. For particnUra apply to
E. L. TOKPERT,
t J- H. CONEY, liilo..
ROSE MARKET, KING STREET.
IIASOPKXEDTHE A Bfl VEMt R
Kfc.T for the sale of
P0EK AND P0EX SAUSAGE,
Bref Sansa-rr, farned Terk ad Beef, Spired Beef,
- c. G. Risely has made tbe best Pork Ssutage ever made
on tln-se Islands, aod he wilt do it again.
Thankful for past Csvors. be will be most hannr Ia annuls all
who may favor him with a call. 61i If
L. TI. Alls.
ALLI- JL LEWIS,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS,
Portlaucli O x o s o xa .
PROMPT ATTEXTIOX VII.Ia BE GIVEN
to all cniisienmeuts of Islaud ProJani and Idiuaa
made when required.
DbWitt, Kittle & Co San Francises.
Cstl Coos. Honolulu.
T ITRI) ST tTKS HOMIS OF IXEBT-
ESS, 5-20's or any other class of bonds.)
Cashed ut ihe hujhesl rat.
ii. m. wnrrsKr.
CALIFORNIA IITSTJE.ANCE COMPANY,
TMIE IXDF.RSKJXKI) HAVING BEE
appointed Agents for tlie above company, b leave ia
nform the the public, that they are now prepared to issne
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
ou Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and frota all parts of the
Honolulu, April 2 1862.
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco, California.
Cash Capital, - - - - $1,000,000.
II. II. BIGELOW
A. J. RALSTON
C. A. LAToX
riMlE UNDERSIGNED. THE A I'THOB
ised Agents of this company are prepared lo insure risks
On Cargo, Commissions and Profits!
Vessels either in the Farriir. l.i.,.l.liii
Fire and Marine Time Policies
Covering riks on Public Buildings. Stores. Pwerting Houses,
Furniture, and Uornls in store, and on Hulls of Vessels srt
rating luwer than A. 2.
Losses promptly adjusted and i"iid in U.
K- Polici.a furnished at once without the delay of for
warding applications to San Francisco.
Fur rates of premium and particulars apply to
-" T BI5HUP A Co. Arrpts.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS ! ,
In the S;iviiis Hank.
YTICE IS IIFRKKY G1VEN.TH AT ALL
1 AaiiHima exceeding T11KEK HL'.MllEb noLLAKS,
now on deiMWit on intemi in wr K.nb will cease ia
draw interest (Mm the HKiT DY OK JINK next, except
io cases of special agreement, fixing a rate ot interest for a
stated lime. Also, that the rate of inn-rett ou sauis less ths"
Three Hundred Dollars, remaining no drpit In oarSsnK
Bank on the Fint day erf September next, will be reilured to
six per ceut. prr annum. L13II0P
llouolulu. May 6, lst8. 624 1
A N EXCELLENT CA RRIAGE
HUKSK. safe, gentle, aod in every respect
adapted for a lady's use. Color, white I ace, aooua
Inquire of (ou9 lm) J. L. RlCHAKUSOJi.