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SJTLMItJT. JU.tC 7X IMa.
Thw Aatnataw, Wk Peru, CapC. Comatock. arrived aa Wcti-fm4J.tthTf-ltmr
Aia W. rufi Island, ia CO.
aged la lb asal a.rr, aaJ will Man Ibitbrr UuawxlUtrly,
taliaf a MJf at niatlx-r, uviaiaioa, Ac , fur tk laborars -luanl
Iter. Ht. Paur lalia.1 m la tTtt Bberin. s-a. In lali.
lifcir 6a anrta, ami aa acquiml by th I'aiifa) Ptalra in the
pari-aa' Abaka. It was OaarrlT Uva nl aarra of the
K iMauui FasOaBaaay' ta UaJlug wOh lle !adt.ua of tb.it
On TbarMlay ereniuf , U rfi.pT ship Jnn A'ss, CspL.
'CWT. V'IHaia. arrtsva1 finaa Pia--t 8.and. A Bute fruui the
faf aa. la tlar Am-rVaa f'unaul atsrs that he Wit Tu&i
(oM, TT.'WLth a car(tir amber ( itiarbai, t'huv.
and aawbr J ! leara Irtlcra aol to Ul rrpoflcX The ship
vjrtnJ agam early an Piiiay awwDina-.
' h Prats y IMiii taw BritUh ahip Srioto, Cap. W. Bra.
f an, arrirt btuw Tofcobama, 3-1 data aM(r, with Hi Ja
.um' cMitfraaia, Csnalirnca' to th Hawaiian UoVcrsmcnt.
A letter r-e -ll BJ Mr. M. Mclarruj. fom Ca C Weeks af
lb waai. b ', I af. rr rl art an llakuOadt, A rd lath,
h ml wta, r mu. Cap. Wera had aawa ad strark whales
Hni! Uaa-a, Vil kuhl a4 Srotrs4 any ail. Reports the Cur
Inthlsa, Clr OkU, Waalwoctoa.aaJ Ejjle U .New Bedaxd,
aQ elratt. TW Joliaa bad 4 bbla. atf a i Uja Tbrec Brother.,
tas flu atMhnl rUa FrMclaasa on MonJar, taking br
asaal ttil ear, rtaaaMlug avacly a sugars.
Thwaarfc Mmtmr UI Irava oo edarLy aril tir tWa
PYanciara, a4 aifit probably bar a fuU cargo a WaaJ rro-
SAT UK PA Y, JVXK J.
TIm I'gi-lalmr mill h. pror-um-il un VftIu--liyn.-t
at 12 n-M.n. hy Iln MJ-Tr nn: Ki.xo.
Th ikthIoii b'u Ia-si.-.I 5.s il t . NVxt wii lk vr- will
give an ouliiur of its work.
. Thj Iimh ail".I roinil1r at 4. I. M-. on Mon
Ijj lost, Wplj wil!t frri?!it, ami uith
pawrtgfr. It U Mt-1 that chr will. He ovr one
trip, anl eotu; othi-r Te-1 will leave S.tn Fran
cisco oo the iib of Jul j it'Irprtll.
Tb Kti.ti :a will nt go to windwHnl ntt wet-k.
but will be Uitl up t ovf tbnul. On Tlmrs-tlaT Le
1 ear en for KoIoa bml 'jiina. Kanui.
The arrival of the Orst cargo of Japanese labor
era t fjulle an ereiit. especLtiljr a thej come from
tiin:ry which h ut until verj aUj .rLibltel all
foreign emuruti.in. Mucb of tiie aiicoes.-t in ruin-
I iu more t-migrant from that country will IeH-nil
no doubt on the treatment which thene n-ceive.
tativco to bring furwarJ tbe proof, autl allowed
two or three weeks to make his report, intimates
that he can Cud notling after all, and bes leave
Ui file LL report after the close of the scttnion.
It certainly looks like duplicity on hit art, and a
dentre to crawl out of a lmd dileuiuia into which
he lei lec!i forced !, his colleagues. If uo rcrrt
in made lcfore the clone of the ttctM-iuii, tlio people
luive a right to draw the inference that the
clmrgti are fal.se and unf junded.
.Mr. W"i!diTs rcMolution taking the sentsc of the
Aureutblj on the question of a separation of the
j representative and nobles into separate houses
j rmilted in a vote of 23 against separation to 10
in favor of it. The native did not appear to un
derstand the object or nature of the resolution, as
it reoched only three of their votes.
The schooner K trts Ia.k. which haa l.it. ly been
- Taa hark IKC K mrrm, la Vk 1 ex, la 2Uh r iith, i " .. - t a
aa4 w Wiaf tUa i raofWa Jai w th loth of Jaaa. w Landing, taking a Hdl c.treo and pasM-ngei lint.
aa aaa kaa a lull frribl awai Uf bar arrival. (In our fourth page will be found a variety of
- -v to VVl'JItfit ITCV3 j and Intereatlng foreign news.
AnaalilT WU kinkratrn-Uh Um haibur af Jaa i bitlk 'o-T will sail on We JncsJ.lJ licit,
FrancMCa a. tb. atuaiaujaara. . UkinS the 1'nit.il Stat. mail.
Maw Tfa Mini 1 mw laNf!, ' . . . . . . ... ,
rmlt WU el t-l aa4 TvJrtT lTrr, k hew aanl by j A notice of the reditu on the Ith of J uly Will be
ih iSta t noxmrm tjf kmaUry. It a t a tuefcm aud found aniung the ad vertisementa. It will be ob-
" TV?- V-k ri b brffowix u. U.I Trar n rrat ' "rd that canoe are to have chance as well a
ratal . V am. B. Aator. .UW t A. T . lraiL l.l.JUU ; ' boa
rn,l barb-t. i rtr arum, .i.W Jam. Ij-t.,
Thwla!y has lecii engaged the pud wick in
f ra,WM Ka. Wbarwir'ira, iM.xwW I Lt. KtmcbaW, U..
aiiOi Jax Knma, .l.UU Coravkoa Vaaaerbtit, f W.Uuu
M. M. UraUrMraa, 4u0).
Ctmi Oit Taa rara1 Oil Mill I n bam rrimlUic
anp arlM-kr, a HUW JV lhaa al U iHjI hirh m un-rl- the l'Ui:i leil ilxlllctel in tllC Kline UUlltncr
4, OM Uttrr brtn r lrraB ay rttor to Iter mn. Tlr ,. . , , , .
imiirii t- artcl aaila mrfJy ua bu.a ut ii wr f-tXkio, ro- j irolu the XlllliielliVUlCllt, the honorable inctlllKTS
"J.'Tr tTTTf 1: Llrf i l - v hac returned t their coimtitu-
at ftall ftoAiL having aa aaorv Ma-a!fwa I fiAB m mrh ir. !
In SntunlayV and TuesLiys pnceelings will lw
noticeil t!je doings of the Representative on tl.-e
j petition to impeach the Minister of tlic Interior,
J for maladministration f office in the matter of
j granting the opium lieenoes, whereby the public
treasury suMainea a low oi 5;(ti. it was pn
jw1 by some of the lucmbcru tliat tlie proeeed
ing should Ik? private, but Mr. Khodcs an.l others
demanded tl fullest publicity, ami in accordance
with that wish the report is furnishei in full.
Tlie movement to impeach originated, so fur as w e
can learn, w holly with the natives, including er
lui those intcrcfted in the opium license; and
I we cannot karn that any foreigner lias liad any
i thing to do w ith it, which may account for its
J ending as it has.
j The Committee to whom the titin was rcfer
j rcl, made two reports, tne of which only (that
I puMiohod) was read to the House, though strictly
: sj-c-.tking it was tlic minority rejiort. Tlie tnu
miitee mudo a mistake in not taking evidence uu-
i dcr oath, as in m important a matter as an im-
a.n . a&vtn att nliMf,iuM i h mm.iwk,- t . . , AM.t . -i...:. .... . t . . : . TM k
, , 1 1 h.-v uit w wil ts iii'iiv imuiuw euiKioiiz. ii.r i . i 4, . . . . .
ti. ll ia aavd aa aa raraarBt MlMTtr ef turi u ma tbe rmjuir. , , . ... . . . . ' Itacliluont ll other e idenee oujrht to he leccived.
A Brrcaaa Wwama. Taa mhib-t br Mtrit, Car. " ""'o I" "V " J . 'p
U.llalkadttrdaaltaranaaMaanai a jrar b Mr. f,y tlw? LtV, all time slel.t ill session after
lva- Mc-K C, rrlarimi to rnafiia an Um lot Mav.wiih ' - , , . .
rajjy 7wbartta.l'il,haintt auat iula a04-rraatul now. City day, IS 0IWldered as tlUIC thrown UWay.
a tmaaiataJata Mr. l.afca la ruit vi bia nlnwiM', I " ,. . ... .. . .,,
wbiraara(tadk.karahaaM.aaut:..eU-W7 Whim thai reference b tlie d-llly JT-MwllllgS, It Will
h p"urln ,"rh "T i"1"1 be se.-n tfiat a Urge nuuitVr .f l ilii lae !een
witnr bar I aa a aiaiilar aayitttaai. I'ummm Afar.
jt-rmitn ! xlfal Mini trra mrr ia I vi.) ia lb ro- jHtssetl, Solno of whitll will pn.!lbly 1C uf Very
ttracmmtxr rarvra aanlrm aort mart! .Ifcrrr rfialUIcrtra. w.iti i;..! Tl ,.w,.,.r; .t!. bill Fn1!-
trrr tlerm aaU a ball awH.aa rapitl h inl.anU a rmlua-tiua
he cxamituition having thus lecn conducted in
, an informal manner, the House hud no alterna
. the but to reject it or order a new investiga
j tion ; and it was very projcrly dccMcd to lay the
i ictiti.u and report on the table and let the whole
' matter drop.
The rcjrt censures the Minister for what, so
a hair i.u,-!!.. ba.in.,.bt,.-, adopted, f.ts un a b.ul of 1 .0.VJ.Cl'o 45 f.r " wtm "ic protcstant
mi ibntMiMtcf .ini, itKratatoa af atiw.r ; . , 1 ,. , " . , ... nM . fir n.i apit-ars, was t!;e error of his clerk, if an ! .I:i!r,Ti tot)
rm prrrcdu a rbair uc ibt rraii au.tiisi ; the two vears ending 1. 1 rch 31, Iil. Tins t . . ' . eniiann to ti
Tlio ruTllo rHoliool System.
Tbe Legiblative Assembly lias passed a law
making some slight modifications in the present
school system, which lias proved itself to be to;
tally unfitted for the Hawaiian people, and under
which the education of the rising generation is
Lecoaiing every year more demoralized. Among
the multitude of abuses, the new bill proposes to
correct two; first, as regards the construction of
tho local S hool Board in each district, it allows
the parents of scholars to choose one of tlie three
members constituting the. board, the two others
being aj pointed, one by tjw Iioard of Education,
and the other, (the District Justice) being a gov
ernment officer. The point gained by the people
is a Amall one, but it may serve to correct some
of the abuses w hich exist the couutry districts.
Tlie second amendment confers on this School
Board the appointment and removal of the school
teachers in the district, the latter being subject '
to appeal to the BoarJ of Education in this city. J
So far as they go, these will prove beneficial chan
ges, inasmuch as they take the power from the In
sjctor licncral and place it partially in the hands
of the parents of tlie scholars, where it properly be
longs. The school law referred to centralized the
management of the whole school system in tho
hands of the Bard of Education, or practically.
in those of the Inspctor 'cncral. Like the pres
ent Constitution, it virtually ignores the right of
the people to an unfettered voice in what most
As a consequence of the unsuitable system which
was adopted and has since been continued, des
pite tlie entreaties of tho warmest friends of cdu-
cation of the country, tho number of scholars in i
the public schools lias decreased from 8,023, as
exhibited in 1SG0, to f,21S, as shown by tho In
sjuvtor (ienerars rcpirt for the present year.
And tho numlcr of nativo children now educated
in independent common schools supported, wo
undcrstanJ, wholly at tho expense of the parents
and without aid from the (jovernment is nearly
one thousand. And tlie mimK'r of these schools
and children is constantly increasing, so that
eventually the majority of the children in the isl
ands will be educated iudejcndent of government
Practically it will lead to Uiis result that
protectant parents will refuse to send their
9o4 scholars. Nineteen of these schools, comprising
825 scholars, are taught in the English language ;
and seven, including 125 scholars, in ttae.nawaiian
On the island of Oahu, the Independent schools
have trganized themselves into an Association for
mutual stimulus and counsel, and we hope to see
similar organizations formed upen the other islands
as soon as the increase of these schools shall render it
They are sustained generally by the parents, and
in a few cases by the churches ; are nourishing and
efficient, and in them we see the most practicable
remedy at present for the depressed state of popular
education. Their number is rapidly increasing, and
will, we trust, continue to increase throughout the
Kincdom, until they shall effectually supplemeut the
inefficiency and decline of the Government common
Report ortne Kzniuinins Committee of Oabn
The CoMisfocBTH. A meeting of Americans
and others in ProPer obserrance of the
timing 92d iiversary of American Independence,
was held at auction room of C. S. Bartow, Esq.,
on TuesdiyninS- attendance was large and
there were usual enthusiasm and good feeling on
Tlie mS organized by the appointment to the
chair of -z s- Spaulding, Charge d'Attairs, and
A. F. Jt Esq-, a Secretary.
jartwright, Esq., read the following pro-
gramu which was adopted as the order of the day :
j. e at Sunrise of 13 guna.
2." rch airricea and oration at 11 o'clock.
3 Jtea at noon from U S. S. Mokonya.
4 M-ption at IJ. 8. Consulate from 12 to 2.
6 gattA at 3 o'clock,
a .luteal Sundown.
1 All oo V. S. 3. Mokongo.
following committees were then appointed to
mf the necessary preparations :
mmittee on Salute alegars. C. H. JuJJ, Hauinger and
mmittrt on Krgatta Lt. Hay ward, Measra. D. Foater,
dt neld. Oat and Sidera.
ommitcte on Muric Meters. A. F. Judd, Hall and An
ns. Committee on Oration Messrs. II. A. P. Carter. J. Molt
On Thursday, June 25th, 1868
were the tollowinp; :
Tl BSOaT, Jl'SB 9VH.
I. loitiii Reader.
4. Ueograiihy of the Heavens.
WeDMENDAT, Jl'XB lOTM,
5. Enfflish Grammar,
ft. Xeaouhon's Anabasis.
6. Virjil's .Cneid.
7. Cojiic becuons.
error was committed, and on this point the cvi
, dciu-o was contradkt.ry. On the merits of the
i case, we cannot exprers an opinion without know
', ing all the facts, and as no testimony was taken,
. tne charge may be considered as unsustained.
I The i.tition and the action of the house will
iave a good effect, as it indicates that the people
. .. - . . . . their rihfji. a n.1 will n l mih-tlv nllov vn n
at bVNrnMl arr.ac.nc ..it, iWDcna. iirra- -molig ua? Items approlTuttetl is UK? sum of I - " " ' " " n j "
nraaawnwurafii avrvaa. ll IMKI to in.uro imi.ii.rrnnta. for ..l,-t
( v , f j- - -
This sunt was Toted with
.i-tt.au AbU rl au4 rar Iraa tttoa O.Ura Billt-a g 1- ; .. : .l r 1 ... f, ..f ,1.-.
tnaaaaaiUV. T.gi.r Iha bar lurarrs afU ahiakv buainr.. -.-"-..--"-v ..wM K o.
arm yrara ag a to tuntmh iona commentary on the iw last bill, and we wish it insured a CorrcsiaVIldin
.NDpetnr7aiiahiaMalJ,ar but, vl lbs irrrarut Rlnwr . . . .
-arrvwaw j a-lv.tiH-e in trie material prosjrity of tbe ration.
Ci.i-ricBAit.aa -TM-toMi., a on tin? ..tlicr luiml, however, it is more pn.1ble
Wlng aatf aa atatprialmai aa iha I'arOle RaUrutvl. rls; buiUI a 1 ... . , . ,
railvar trtmm Brlgrarf taraagh CunatatUwiaa to Hi i n ' tlutt the income of the next two years Will Hot C
a.Or. In hn.gth. aaJ at fd.04W.0UU r,iu.. ual to that of tlie last two. Mill, we liae I
Ma.Wii. fat TarkMtaomua raMUirlairmt : credit, and can botTOW whaU-er Iliay 1-C j
at thia aaa. 7 per m aa a part, aad arr era, am another . , ' I
Bart. awiiilii to aA.411 liV.lAM trrtil g a Jrar. ahn-b at . miUiml. i
To the liitird of Trustees of Oalm (W.Vje :
1iF.nti.kmkx : We. the undersigned, a Committee
? , tu.. .... I.. roo if tho Uith and C. 8. Bartow.
appoiutett oy you to eia.i.u. . cowtm,ttre on iaiwc Messrs. A. J. Cartwright, I. Bart-
College, have atteuded to that d ity, and submit the and C. E. Williams.
following report, viz: A subscription was opened to defray any expenses
The studies in which an examination was madejncrcaseJ in carrying out the programme, and the
sum of $410 was raised in the room. Any excess
that there may be, will be paid over to the American
Independent of the above programme, we under
stand that the " Antiques and Horribles," who crea
ted so much amusement last year, will parade again
at sunrise, in their grotesque continental uniforms,
and will be accompanied with the broom rangers,"
whose duty is supposed to be "to sweep the cobwebs
from the lap-se of Time."
Although the arrangements are not on so extrava
gant a scale as in former years, yet they will be heartily
endorsed by alL Americans in foreign lands have
long been accustomed to celebrate their national an
niversary with the same enthusiasm as, at home.
And there is every reason why it should Jp9 so ; for
American principles, American liberal ideas, and
American equality and freedom are destined to in
Tade every country, and to supersede the obsolete
notions which have so long ruled the old world.
Last year the fourth of July was celebrated with can
non, flags, dinners and balls in Paris, Vienna, St.
Petersburg and Constantinople, and it will continue
to be so whenever there are Americans resident.
Dr. L. II. Gulick has been invited to deliver the
oration, and it is understood will accept.
fly a thanl af th whaar frranroa of thr nap.rr. Tbr roc-
Ski pa Mail.
Fob Mm Itr Ka Lc.Uia Ur.
Va Faaaciaco far f nairt. Wc
.hwajaj, Janr :
PORT Or XXOXfOX.TIX.IT. 2Z. X
a bill has leen jossod.
the distinct understanding tliat it was to cneour
h i ago tlic immigration of married Iab.rers, accm
m I onirl with their families, wl are willing to
i contract to iaixr lr a term oi vears nnI alter
Minister to trample on them without
i him to account. It is just as well, in this in
' f t.uice, that the matter rested where it did. -
Jan It iVbrMarv.TVaotKaoai.
1 llaw arbr baiaa. fna a a.
1 1 tar laaVtsa, fruai aaaaJ.
ll IV hr Ka Ma, rawrra, mart Mw
IT tvbr aaiaaiV. A-taow. Inai Maakal.
IT svhr Maoaxkawal. Aatanr, (rooa MooL
IItVar I aka. frua. kUaai.
J swar V srwtrk. fraaa MolkaL
1 dvtir .tckft. flaa. froaa llswaii.
l SVrhr ttW Mnnll. LarnWrt. Umn Kaoal.
I Vkr llattM. N.aa, fnaw Kaoal.
l i A Liiii. Iruaa M-aukai.
I Asa oh bark Prra, M.gn, S3 Java froaa St Psala.
I fJrkr llofca!le. fr4n Mw.
1 ahip Aaao hMsabaB, 'iUUma, ti U;s troaa
1-cAr Rub K.'. fruaa ara.
I sw br Yti. W ht. fruot CaoaL
1 Rr ahis Svi.4.N Rawjab, 3a Ua frvan Tnk.Jkama.
SO mnu ktUara, Mrlirrgor. traas V Bxjwani rorta.
Jurat tt . at Aetira. t luwjr. a Ibwut
13-SVbr )tixt WmU. Iatbrrt, ( KaaaL
1 IVrar Ualbs. Nil, k-t Kaaai.
IV-kB stmr LUbn, lNarr, SWi Fraarlarat.
1 V 4Mnw kulaiam. M-fivr. a-r iadtaard rrta.
ti eVhr Aanhr. Rabmrk, tVr llswatb
li Sv ar Marr Mien. Virat, tor Maoa.
IT Vhr Mar,. T baaai.
I sw-hr ka W. Wm, (he Mtai.
1 Vh laAtolU. r Mod.
Vhr V arwW-k. l-r W-4. k l.
I m ahtp ktnsi Kiatbtvl. Wll!iaaa, ( Rucitkal.
1 br WanaMkawai. Aaaw. tv Maai.
ltVbr Artixt, lluary, a UaaiAa.
: tltat make tlHsc Islands tlieir home. If this sys
' u-m can le carried out, of obtaining lalorera
! occomiaaiiicd with their triers, and if. f und t
, work well, it may prove to lc tlie turning ioint
in tl diHTcase of our p:iI;ition.
It matters little from wlmt quarter tliese im
r migrant come front Jajan, Swcda'n, tlic Azores,
j Micronesia, or any other Polynesian I.-Luids tho
' ilcu is to introduce J'amites, tliat will inrtir? an
inerra of bborcrs and population. Wc firmly
I believe tliat, with pnjcr efforts, ten tliousand
emigrants can lo secured during tlc next Jire
years. All that is ncedtil arc means and energy
on the pnrt of thii linernment. Tlie means
' luttc l-ern Ii!craUy pnid-l f r by the Iegifla
I ture; let the Government now act in the same
. spirit, and carry out with uetennination the will
', of the people.
A message was received from the King on
! Monday, declining t.) sign tlic resolution v-ting
l en additional sum fvr the cxrenscs of the Iegis
1 lature, so that each I!eprcMntative miht receive
jflOO allitional pay. His Majerty .l.tlinol to
ign the resolution on the gr,unl if inf-nnality.
. The message was atxiiitnicd with Uo oiinin
of tle Chu-f Justite, on tle constitutionality of
' such an appropriation. The next day a roolu-
' tion was introduced, tleigiied to t.Ltiate the ob-
6. Science of Common Tilings.
Tttere were some very important studies inj
an examination was not made, on account jtne
limited time appropriated for it. Among tl we
notice the History of England, Natural rhiyphyi
During the year seventy-two students re"
ceived instruction at the College, twelve whom
were Hawaiian, aisd sixty were of foreij;Parent'
age. two of whom were Chinese. The ja'ence c
nationality rendered the examination csciai,,y ,n
teresting. The examination iu some oP studies
evinced a thorough training, more t.ecially in
Latin and Greek, Conic Sections, Geolhy of the
Heavens, and Science of Common TLI3-
The pupils were younger than uJly attend a
Seminary of this character, and mucFonger th&a
many tf those who attended in forf years, and
their progress very fully illustrai the careful
training which highly accomplish- teachers can
nloii imntirl ?
The undersigned were espajia!llnpres.ed with
the greal advantage of faithful anable instructors,
even in schools where the piipi!?r young. It has
been too often practiced to empT ordinary teach
ers for young scholars, but theoost accomplished
teachers who can be had are most schools not
only tbe best, but UMially the Jenpest.
We were very much gratifi to learn that atten
tion had been give;, to tbofl-aiian language.
Two prizes were given for tt. best composition in
the lauguage, and the tamoiumber to those who
8:tO,(H0 t"r Iiiter-lNlniut Ktenm.
Tlie Legislature passed a bill on Tuesday to en
courago intcr-island steam navigation, appropri
! ating for the purpose tho sum of thirty thousand
dollars for the next two years.
Tlie bill provides for tho termination of the
( charter or monopoly granted to the present cum
pany, in six months from its imssage, after which
i the service will bo open to competition, and the
! present company, or any other that can carry out
j tlie provisions of the law, will be entitled to the
It provides for one steamer to run to and
around Hawaii, with power sufficient to make
each trip in one treei. For this service ten thou
sand dollars a year will be paid froin the public
treasury. A smart steamer, like the Gussie Tel
fair, which runs up and down the California
oast, or like many of the coasting steamers that
leave Baltimore and New York 1.iilv. i-nn mv!I
.. .... . . , ,, , mci-ts made in the reports of the last two years on
accomplish this service in six days, as the total ... . J
Tn rar Per Kilaara. Ju i5usv. i. ... . - tt
Cda. Uabh. Mvm llatta. M, anU 5 Twi klaL7 " " ' Ul 1 -USC TCTJ wistiyre-
T n D "' E B-h is bv. ai Mr. b fusel to entvrtain il, and tle tn-n .ruble members
talna. aal IctiMnB, t WiBlntwt. ai;nt W , ... , , ,
bwhart. I a,ai Mrs J U rrs Maa l ana. Maater J Paria, , TCtUrn home W llh the TOT tl.CV Iwrgnincd foT.
lnVSZZ! An Act has ln ras.1,' making important
.Nua ami i:a-k. , cliangt-s in tie clecti n Uw, and afco 1 fining the
iirVkiraa lla fi'rlmng atal cl..:ng tie J..IL, ai d fxing
t-OM r. faa. Mm. V Vr A0-- cal
Paa Sa rtunn. rr IJab Ji
Rrat-. R c a, K C R. w ar4 wi
aotV.Mtaall t UtlaVr. Mwm ibo iLama. 111. I tw . !f T f ... 1 ..: ..r ,t. l.
PaUI'fo, P tn, I I I "aaa, J K'Oibamt, L Aaa- , ....
-w, j Ma, Waarkarg. iijavtn, Dr s-vj.. ! Another Act in.Tea.-e the num'er of Rcrre-
WrVT lw ' senutitcs on Maui from C to 7. s- tUt the whole I tl P"Mi treasury
i numlarT of licj.n-enutie in tl? .Vsscmblv wHl i do thi' u " 001 uikcly she
Kf Piirtv (be 23, itvU-r.dofiTanow. ' j route. In addition to the Kauai service, she
rr- - -.-r- r-- An Act was also A-rod auth.rizin- the Minis- j tvuUJ 1113 ke tf circuit of Oahu ona' a forti;igLt,
-Z? Z1 r" W-.k-.Jair isth - of rit.K - , rt-ltra. . " atl vi.-it Niiliau t-varioraliv.
- i Kaisi, I'M
llaa,.V..... ltjiO iKn.nl .LJl.r. F, 1.1 , K. w-....... . C I
length of the route is not over six hundred miles
Her route should be to Laliaina, then along the
shore to Makeo's, then to Kailua, Kealakckua,
and along the coast to Kan, then stopping at Ke
auhou, llilo, Kohala and Kawailiae, returning
via Maui, and pcrhai touching at Molokai.
A steamer that can - make readily eight knots
an hour under a stiff head wind can perform this
! service, and as the subsidy is amply sufficient to
! provide her coal, if procured expressly and at
; lowest cost, there is no reason why the enterprise
may not pay well.
Tlie t-ill also provides for a steamer to run to
Kauai, touching at cverv port, and making tlie
- af .
j circuit of tliat i.-l.ind once r week, f r which ser
vice tit e tliotisanU dollars a year will be tud I ruin
As the Kilauea can easily
ill occupy this
ic government schools, while the
common government school funds will be em
ployed mainly to jicrpetuate the sectarian schools
now being established. Consequently, tho timo
will come when the present arbitrary system
must be broken up, and the Government cither
have nothing to do w ith schools or plate the man
agement of them in the bauds of thusc who pos
sess the confidence and supjiort of the people.
For these reasons, we regret that the bill to re
lease from the scliool tax such as prefor to educate
their children at their own cxnense. was defeated
at the instance of the Ministry. It is an injustice j LaJ n,ade the greatest ii.rovement in the lan
to make a ioor mechanic or laborer pav a tax to I ElUS' We re.oimend that it may be
educate other people's children, wl'ho has a Immanent study - the College. It is very
, r ., . j , , . : important to the profesdi.al man, to the merchant
large family to educate at his own and Jd o ,be planU.r.ina it is of great conveni.
when grernment fails after urgent solicituion to ; enee an1 often eswntia.n M the relations of life.
provide for lum each schools as ho is willing to nie of ,Le Conipoina evinced more maturity
send his children to. A change of this law will j 0r mind than the youtlil appearance of the writers
he made a main question at the next election, for j would indicate. Theme remark may be made in
it, like rrery special tax, U unjust, and should lie reference to those wV were examined in Mathe-
repealed. Property, real and personal, must be J matscs, especially irvonic Sections.
the 1-asis of taxation, and the poor should not be ' The f-Mnm!ttee r happy to see that proper
taxed, per capita, to benefit other classes. . eutioa had beeitf.ven to penmanship, which is
1-l.at our remarks regarding the government ! T,r-V 5inP,,rtnt
i , . ,, , , . , i The snecimeus i drawing were very good : and
common school system are well based, will be " . h"'""-"3 p " '
r .1 r m . . ! , i yet this art, whic" so useful and attractive when
seen from the following report adopted bv the ! ; . . ... r. . ,
tI .. ,. , " . . 1 . J i learned, is. like ie former, very often neglected.
Hawaiian Evangelical Association, at its recent , T,K. n,nsic ga8 lift, all(, plrU to the eianlina,iont
meeting m this city, than which there is no body ! anJ WJW an aiiX.able change from the attention
in the country more qualified to scak knowingly: neCessarily giin to Latin. Greek and Mathematics.
Report on Consu... School.. ! Tbtf pj.iat exhibited to us a book containing
by the JeUcjl -I'"',,. accurate ..m f the deportment or the stu-
Vour Committee would reporTthat we find no rea- u,,n an J tt!r atfQtK,n to stdY' "tc-. antl "
son to recede fi-om the positions taken and the state- j rt'ne,-uu Pr ....
I Dr SIUdi3 11-411111; inuie uiBcijJiiue iu lue rifr-
cisc of thert'iee. They do not speak with sufficient
distinctn.o or strength.
In closiJJ our report, it gives us pleasure tocon
gratnlanthe trustees on tbe oontinue.1 snccess of
the iastiition. The instructors are accomplished
The truth of the principles therein enunciated re
The steady decline of the common schools toward
the point of extinction, and the obstructions to their , in tl.eir'veral dejiartments. aud there is no neces
rrosneritT continue, with few eention,. !.r.tn i SJ f '.e 3'0,,.th .f t,,e Kingdom to go abroad for
' ' . ' .. . ianeucauon
lure. AiiKe tacts are manliest to uu lunic&l ooserv- '
suitable for the purposes of practical
KLIS11A ll. Allkx.
Hof lulu, June IS, 1SCS. Ulnky Thompsox.
. a.aaaa.a. gUa... ......
10. a-mr.p- V.lif.,T
J Scm, ( 0.0VU. I.4A... I
tacnt require it.
j Another bill -rvvidr- f.- the cvlkvti of lig'.t
f)us durw--1 n rrrv f. r-ign irvcl. n each
I The time ba come when these island should
be provided with pol rteam terviv, performed
i rezuLirlT anl promptly-. There are times when
ers, and we are satisfied thtt this testimony is nei
ther mistaken nor parti.il. The majority of this As
sociation are tye-witnesses of these things. The pre
vailing testimony of the nation is to this tffect.
v. . . 1 - . 1 e .1 :. j v . 1 Dil Leare the C bit tit ru Out In tbe Co 11.
ktt nut oaly are lue causes if tuis decline not re
move I, but they are still continuel and cherished as !- Eoitok: Iu the oldeu time, when the writer
during tie pat three years. i wa a boy, the eld folks in all Fourth of July an ni-
In the majority of the districts the parents are still ; Tcaries played second fiddle. Tne principal object
left without a voice iu the choice of teachers. ; oihe ctlebration then, was to instill into the minds
So, also, in the greater part of the districts, there j o youth the many blessings and ad vantages accruing
are still no Luna PaipaTs or d. strict Committeemen. them from the deeds of their fathers in bygone
appointed to aid the teachers iu gathering the child- ' evrs. To such an end the young folks were part
rea into the schools, and to act as checks upon the ,,d parcel to every celebration the elders satisfied
couduct of the. teachers themselves. with quietly fighting their battles o'er again, and re-
The School Examinations in the larger portion of calling, iu their children's enjoyment, their own past
the districts have degenerated almost to a nuliirr. observances of the day. To the patriotism of the now
The Inspector General accomplishes a single hasty young, the perpetuity of our republican institutions
careless, annual examination, emitting entirely som are to be committed; 'tis then the mind is most
no sufficicut previous r.c ' tis tbeu impressions are made (late occur-
lioloa and Waimea, Kaiul
Arriving Dick on Satnrdar, tbt .
U a w w.
"""H c ALtr
Cnliforni:), Oregon aim ipTT
Stea.iil.i. Co.', lce
San Francisco and 'Honolulu R0Te
Tbe C.p..j', Flste A t Ste,,
'Tt l!Vx bTOA M a
. ?2v 1 u iii
F. COWER, Cos
FOURTH OF JULY, 1868
Free to All ! Entrance, Nothing !'!
PRIZE OF $60
PRIZE OF $j0
PRIZE OF $40
PK1ZK OF $J0
PU1ZE OF $25
PU1ZK OF $30
PK1ZK OF $15
PK1ZR OF $10
...Boats with 6 or more Oars.
-Boats with 6 Oars.
...-Boats a-ita A Oars.
Whale Boats, 5 Oars
......... ..Boats with 4 Oars.
.....Boats with 2 Oars.
......Canoes with 4 Paddlrs
Canoes with S Paddlrs.
1177 run bcttcein Honolulu and San pr
bv the followinq Time Table : .
From Honolulu Msy 9; At Sun Francisco
From Sao Francisco... May 2Sj At Honolulu . V
From Honolulu June 15AtSan FraBiscV"" j
From San Francisco... July t At Honolulu ... """"
From Honolulu July 21 j At San rrtnctsoo' '"jT1
Frcm San Francisco... A or. )0 At Ilooolulo..-. ". t
i'rota Honolulu Aag. 2Sj At Sao rnuiciico'.V.V.j,
Eates of Passage have been Seduced
CABIN, - - $50 STEERAGE, 30
Through Freirht to Portland and Victoria will be tan.
reaaouable rates, and
LIBERAL IDYIACES MADE 0 ILL SUlTffirrc
TEtt STEADIER. "
Insurance tnaranteed st lower rates than by saOinr taU.
Particular care taken of shipments or Fruit.
All orders for Goods, to be purchased in San Fraud, am
be received and filled by return of steamer. lU
ei 3m It. HACKI'ELD A CO., A rasa.
Regular Dispatch Line
SAX FRANCISCO !
THE AMERICAN CUPPER BARK
All Persons wishing to eater far these Prizes
Will please rail aud enter their boats on or before the 1st of
July, at the Store of C. L. U1CB A.RD3 & CO., where erecy in.
formation will be giren by
630 2t J. W. WIDHIFIKLD.
MRS. J. H. BLACK.
jr?7A- AND DEALER IX
ALL KINDS OP
in l i,i a i: at y.
tSrJ Fancy Goods!
The attention of tht La
dles is invited.
AB30TT, MASTER, '
WHl have Immediate Dlspatth fr tbe ateve Prt
For Freight or passage, harlnr superior aecomrooUtiaot tb,
cabin and steerage pauengers, apply to
628 C. BHICWEB. A- Ca Aceata.
Ifawaiian Packet line
' THE A 1 CLIPPER BAKK
Clara TI. Sutil I
X. C. BROOKS, Maater.
Will have Dispatch for the aleye Port,
On her return from San Irancisco.
ror Freight or Passaic, baring- Superior ArtoaiaMidatloni few
Cahin and Suerage Passengers, apply to
630 3m ALKEJt A ALLEK, ArenU
For Bremen or Hamburg.
THE HAWAIIAN CUPPER,
Io "V. W
II. JACOBS MASTER,
be Dispatched for either f tbe akave Parts,
Immediately on her return from San Francisco,
For freight or pasaace, having superior Cabin accoauBoia
tions, apply to (625 2m) II. 1IACKFELB Co
Hawaiian Packet Liine
SAiV FRANCISCO !
Jl'ST KECEIVED, PER SHIP; SCIOTO,
from Japan, a well selected assortment of
BEST JAPANESE TEA.
FOR SALE BT
CC0 6t AFOXG & ACIITCK.
$ t.tm: 47
T. .r t
j ' rr.tnr rnxa a t jmrr j.-rt, nnl trn ttiit r ton
I w Tke avar paaiphlrt. .-rki-c to rrh- i Annoa'Ij ccnr otin; in!.
tV cUIwa of Ihe Naplrvni.- !jtorT t r- . TI rpi'T-rwti.iei f r .-h''N ha. lvn tctt
urMtsBuuaAput-.u'. NapolvaV U- liVtal. .,n-in. t.. C'lB.I ,,.t Cll oi
atb.ri:atiTr:T . ...... ..... .? . , . . ?
in. I "'';. With thi furvl the I-arl of Etlura-
ti n. if it wa. tftufwl .f turn hii Lnrw hat
wo rvor.IM anI li.wr t carry -n tho ish..Ii,
miht avtc.iIi-h a.rfnrt!.i;i ; lut . it i., tho
rajiJ will c the general pn.r-r it v. Frrijucnt
Pl I outxnunu-ativn furnilc regular mail., inortsvioa
j tniTrl arxl esjiodito huMinw generally, m tlmt a
fanner or trader can do d ulIe the buincs that
LhortMp of the- wot a h Q'art:in U an
aVtL It U now a.i.l int fonti. the? Sh'iyUit -(
lb laup-rc (Ultuirt, was tfco writ. r. Ttie writrr.
Aflrf giia a hUtor; v( lie- rw! t r.pHUr tr ia
KraiBf. n- rro thaWtiut l- i'rrnvb l'n.;:.
1 osv.t wp th will of tl peepl oalr. and
HcBAtvat,luo.y by C vt. tf i:.o pcr!e. IIr nv-rT ttax all l Ma nt and little or n
tna-n oa u rrsirw Ui e. --.r-- cf thr Fwtvr..r . .J, tuCl
f iJtltl an4 li?. w!ro ia crrUln I.Ural rrforna 1 A rr7 Ir,Trr '' TA f""""n I-1 eouring t i
r ciwraaU-rO. tie Lmpt-rwr tn.uifeL that be rrricJ wumen tie lt-r Sw f life iniuran-c of bc CAn where I.o kno vct-k! in h-ng j.urcey or
iaa w ..r-.pt t-c cvTrisi w .rt ft-rr. ana uwrt y. cir JU. Tl w law i m tho tututo N-4 , itins Cr gxxL. or advice frxm hi agrnU
FuMta-ccK. AptiJ T!. Tho tuarriap.- ,.f ' of oearl v e err Stato in the l"r.i.i, aa al-o in
IlU2L?ITmTti?'i-K'"': I:u.J,an oHintrk. arl it.
ct luly. With tiJf Itiaeo-a Marxrrt. hi eu.;:i. . . ,,. , . .. .
tuk rUrr tdar at th Kal i.arl ia Taria. Pr,,n5 iie great j-clio Unefct. t ndcr its
- KLa Vrt ijaaiamiel. tho t ruwa l'riace Fre4. r- : TToii i a man can injure bL life fr tho Solo
1 .k. B ! m Wa W a a. a I
n.Zr?' 1 C1 Jf T: ' cf hL Rul children. y the pirnK-nt
lTin.-ra Mario CloUld.. anl a (Treat taaay Iu'.ud i , , .... ...
poration arr k-t, uk-ii iruranfC at Lis Ui-aln pa?
of the chix.l, and git in.
1 ootuuiunioativn rcvuis to l-o euvnded Wtween ! toe of the time of exomiutiou ; an.l in a majority f ; rvnoes prove the f.ict) tlutt no combination of circum-
II rulu!u a:id Hawaii ; when tho resident of III- case the district supervisions unJor hioi excrviso - 1 ncca can eradicate.
lo, for instance, arc a month without a wrd fnai tie or no super Uun cf the schools, li their ! x,,w s5r art tbe:W 'wrns to be made, and to
I., ... , e .? .t - e il . . , ... ! lc r-eroiaucnt, by a lot ot old coders firing a salute.
j the ntrodis; and frequently other sections of anat.or: are held at rare .nervals, or nt at al , lo a'.pL-h, witneing S Kauakaboat rac
' tlio jrup fare in tho same wav. Th school fun Is in rasny of the district? are so I- ,Qjt .ianee by a -Uvt few off in the harbor, whilst
Uur a Ticultural and wuimerc'uil interest can ' min,slcrevI w supply sc!iool:n- fvir but a Iirtte-a the little ones are at Home sucking their finger and
. , . . , rM?nivu ot tne Tear, p i en witen ajt in anw e-.a.' tue u iw "11 Mt.u u iitiKiuvimus wuu? iur iiir eu
, . . . , , , . ... ,r .Miufiiiw a aay in.-ii ererv .niencan c
tho more frcpent and rolialdo it i, tho more ,ern ls protracteJ by roduemg the dys of () an;oip!.tions-of pleasure?
i schooling to three or fuur per work.
.merrcan boy look 9 f..r-
Ada to the
programme ! give the children a chance ! give the
awtabW- rr vrraoat. Ureal preparation
&mc ta this city tor tho rrorption ot tae rna.-r ! t scj j-Tt hi fanulv, anI is ieoure against all
aJ hi whV. rnneo lHnab.'rt U tho .-conJ ch:H ' r f.. "ti . r
and eld-M : of kin, Victor LmmaoL Ho ta , tUlm ' f rroht'- Tbr I-vratnt Jr
tweaty fAur year of aao. batia; hroo born on tho I cru'v l.i'V to the wij.w c any man who
JIUi f March. 14. Tbo l:uco L a LWat. (Jen. in-mv at Tear of arr. and so inVro-ortk.n
of tho Ita!Ua army and Coianian.ior-ia-Chil cf tho r , "
JTiIiUry !VrrtntJt of Xapkr. I'dnco NapoU-vn 1 r Urr rcrn:
Iaparto ta a brother-ir-laT f ilir bridegrm. bill materially n-dacing tho cue-is of litign-
boinn sarWa u King Vict r i'aiaunm t'a rloVat ti n in our CHirw'of law has foa rae.l. The
cbilJ. Tho lri e. Prince Varsnorito Maria Tt- ' . . . . , .
rr.. of SaroT. tho eldot chil i of 1'rinc Fer.l- ! n1,4 Xvin ZT Irrhaj onc-Ulf. Dut of the
BAod Alhort," brott.-r..f -. Vk-ior Kirmtnnel. ' ben' ft of tho law e 1-xto -cr doubts. The er.fia
a4 t. coa-eiuooly. first eoa.ta to lor htoband. are high, an-1 t! is tn '.. n-.w to ra t liti'i.
Tlte ba lum na tM Orh l N'ur 1a.M ... ?"
ad ra i her' truierni!) yrar. IVpo l wa IX. ; U'V . ' r'uon- lIrm- -f o-arso too of tho
grnlni a iLvuaatKn f.-r tlx- tairrvar. ohvti!' of g ingt Itw will in tart re-
Tmt Cbow far..- or riusoM A IWin ivttor AI1 tfw l-.c- -f lawTcrs incrcasxl,
ooataln t fallowing: To mo IV frown rrincoi hoi!-r to tlx" lni of the vountry a.t large, it
ww atai Bdrrrwaiia 01 ait. 110 ia
baa bro4 sh.iMr aod fine
fslr, anl wear a ai.Mt t
can tW It U aarnral an I rtfrcPH l kir.l. Tho
lAUioa ara ut man. It, orta u ab.it hi. an.l
The consoquence is that an increased nunyer of DK tlier a voice in the arrangement. In the day of
schouls are suspended for periods varyin- frt three , tntir voices were most jwtent. Let there be a
to nine months out of the twelve. Prel or picnic under the shade tree at Kawaiahao,
, ! where ovno AMF.KICA can greet h:s English, Frvnch,
The want of tact shown by the Inrctoreneral j German and Hawaiian schoolmates, and show to
ia hi management of the schovls, a also ineffi- 1 them how great an institution a ForKTii or Jclt is;
ciencT iu Providing suitable school h. i noto- ' nd if the fund is not large enough, make it larger.
Every interest in the group is more or Ic do- , rKU4t t fls to exert such an inf uencea would I Old Bot.
pondant on sjo-cly inter-island comtuunication, ! enthusiasm in the teachers, the schol. or the j 'gW9nvK'w
and will share in the general pr..spcritj which it 1 parent. The schoc4 bouses are, with ectin eicep- I ' KL.T.
bring. Nor will tho achoxwr costing trade suf- i tion. nelectol, and a a oonseouence soe are rap- ! 4 SEW COTTACE.MMT.tBLE FOR Two
. . . ... . . I . . - ! is Gentlemen or a froiall ramily -fumubed. if drsiml.
fer in any degree. t batovcr iixrearos tlie gen-j Uy going to decay, others remain unworthy thej jo 11 loqatre at Store of u. umjnd.
eral buMnoro will incrc&so tneir business, and name or bouses, waue in some places nere are no
THE ANATOMICAL MUSEUM,
Hay be Consiiltecl Daily
UP TO THE 13th OF JULY,
From. 3L3. till X o'oloolt,
hesideijce besetauta stseet,
CD Next door to Mr. J. Ritann. Io
they will always be a nexweity for the carrying ! school house at all, and the schools re kept in .
j dwelling houses hired for the purpose. "e wy with- i rMlE tVSf.tL EXa.MIVATIO
I out hesitation that the responsibility fcf this state of ; Tf, t fiVuAV?tna'w rf 1 ITZilH
The same remark ar plv to the steam service
; between these islands and California. The Uort- tngs rests upon U,e Inspector Genenu j
; ening of time and space in travel and trade do j Th C!7 cf " wnaiim ti the s.-hoois" i
I more than everything else to "build tip agricultur- culvl m' ia ,he moutb of tb I Geueral. ;
al ani commercial prosporitv on a sure losi. to B,e "no 'P'1'"' Pro-if-i." For, j
UI. f..ri r a n.1 infr-IJand .'toam aorvi.v. if I notwitLstandicg hi loul assertion J impartiality ia
' aul. a ..a a,t,M .V T 1 A t
OX OF THE
take place on
and nation nf ' he
Iastuatioo are repactfuliy inrited l. be prraent. 60O it
tinucd for ten year, will make of Honolulu a
metropolis, cmjitrtl with which it is now noth
ing. Let it ouco lo krKn tliat we have frequent
ati regular inter-island and foreign steam ser
lioe, both capital and immigrant will flow in to
0 ia alHot f"y"- ' 4. L .lUoatiotLlf-Ie.
r m.trtlr Buro. Ho t 1
ml a t."wir iikT board. " thc Aem' ly y.
occupy and improve our now waste lands, and ' teacher.
and " Cate- :
chUm" axe to a considerable extent regularly tatighi .
it the Gcitrnmtnt day tchooU wheh are under Ro-
manist teachers, whereas all teacWng of a rligiouj !
nature is strictly fvjrbidien in tb Government day .
schools which are under Erarical Protestant
rMIE PUBLIC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
K that BT wj!e, KKAUlUA, ha lelt my bed and boar.),
bihI I f a-biJ all prraon to hamor or trust her as I will nr-t pay
debts contracted by bee. 3t) H- WHfcfcLKR.
to 15 a: 8i,d.
FRESH PORK, FRESH PORK.
. TWO FINE CORX AXDarL
11ILK FKP PIGS, s:at;ehtere4 by U.e.'5-5
Ed. "Wissonbach, r.t "Waimanalo Market,
OFFERED FOR SALE THIS DAY.
XT Call in season for Choice Pieces. E It
W O K L D
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPY
117 Broadway, Xew York.
O F FIC K R S :
Grrasi L. Wiiuib President
O. H.Oobpo Tiee prsijenj
CasatES M.Plt.b Secretary an j Actuary
A. W. Koik;bs. M. U Medical Cxauiioer
JMt Cbsnk, 31. U Consulting ebyswian
W. f. PakSTica CoanselluT and Attorney
A. A. Law,
Iaac 11. I- rflhingham,
tieori L. Wil!ard,
tllrer H. Gordon.
Heiry K. Pierrepoot,
S- B. Chittenden.
tJeorre F. Thomas,
Pe er C. Oon:e!l,
Hoo. W m. Kel'ey,
I ira P. prtniice,
W illiam . Visdale,
til bert L. BeekiLan.
Henry A. Swift.
J-aeph A. iajnie.
Board or Oirootora:
; James II. Prentice,
Kufus K. Grares,
1 Alex. T. blake,
Uieurre L. Nichols.
James S. Soyes.
jJoh.-t W. Frotbinfthsm.
. W.lliam C. FoBier,
! Willium C. SheiJnn.
i S.mael B CaidweU.
! Nrtnan S. Bently,
'Lewis B. Lodrr.
I William P. Prentica,
'John T. B MaxwelL
'Jamrs II. Frothtnham,
; Hon. Stephen Taber,
' Ber.jamiu Hicks.
make them blootn like the garden of Eden.
yestt rdav. Mr. KnaA-on call
ed on tho Att.incy jon"ral L knvw whothor bo
had vnaiTlifd with tho rx.atin of the hou-e in-
woTvaody hina. aits ..r,ii.. f is- ' stniciin Lira t rmino tlio .tror;irr. an-1 see
'Jrtw1 rJZV' 17 'T1' ! U, Bot r-3 in- in tho paper that wa li-
ctratly 4iriVsL II- rlwtiaht-, k, .loar httto v , .. .
Crowa lMncoa. . Vw.rt-. J..ch or and is '. Nu HS charged. r tliat Wvul i ausUtn a crira-
The result of the whole is, th. the attendance of .
the scholars, as a general rule, has dwindled to a
low figure, the teachers and parents have lost their ;
enthusiasm, the school are in disturbed condition, !
H ARN K 1-1I PI KT K 1.. II..K..'
"," Iwn driTrn l.jr t UJj. ! i. free trn..
If I rice. AUx). a SADOLK UOKiE. perfect qu. et,
and a rood parer. Inqnire at the Registry 03. o0
Xtrri'JL PR CM I VMS Lover than those of a Major,: ,
of tke Lift Insurance Comanitt ia fir VnUtd States.
Tbe following First-CIass Vessels will En Bti
lariy ia the Honolala Line: , jg.j
ta. m IVIUKKAT,,
For Freight or Pssaarre, havinr soperior aecommalatiooi at
Cabin and Steerage Passengers. aply to
6ja 3" i WALKER A- ALLEN, Artie's.
Tlie Honolulu Iron Works Com pa 17
HAVE ON BAND
CART BOXES OF ALL SIZES. AX O ARC
prepared to seU at very reduced rates.
7 Parties taking 1 den SeU or more can ba supplied all
cents per b and by the Set at S cents per lb. &54 to
nOaXOLt'LD 1R0X tVORRS C03IPm
$1 A K E ALL K I X D S OF
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Enginei,
Also. Boilers, Coolers and Fheet Iron Work, ant! all klndi si
.BRASS ASD IKON CASriXCS.
A tirre stork of Piping. Klbows, Tees, B ass Tslrea aal
Cocks. iSheet Iron, Boiler Plate. Bar Iron, Ceotrifaral Wins,
India Kubbcr Packing, and every description of Uachiury
always on band.
1 Great Variety ef Xarhiaery aa hand k for Sale Lttr.
630 ir noxoLCLr iron woBii co.
PREVIOCS TO GOING EAST, 1 WILL
6cli tbe balance af my Stock now ao liaad,
T C O S T!-
Ladies, 3Iisses ;uid Children's Boots
Balmorals. Slippers, &c.,
CENTS.' BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Quaker Clt j and J. M. IUtIcs' Shirts,
German and English Black Cloth and Alpaca Coats, white ri
C-4.vreJ Ui.tn fui:i, Vests, Pants, At, manofaetured by V
., ion. cna 3i) IRA Kit H AH-USOj
Agent for the Boston & Maine Foundry Cat
AXr KIND OF STOVE l A X L'FACTCB
til in the United States, furnubed to order.
ALSO, ORDERS TAKEN
For all kinds of Merchandise,
Procurable in San Francisco, New Ycrt, Philadelphia, B
mure or ostun, a a (
Coodi Selected with tko Greatest Care.
The Coiiimercial News Depot,
JCXE 9. 18G8.
IIARPER'S WEEK LT..
A AT Leia?
o tu;ar aaj cnua u as to fn,.i rtf b.-ini r- nal rr-utK'n.
a a bv n 1 l'-afl . aw-.
run.aa j a ir u . prrfr rh- -rhc x.mr
VLi V V mm W, aa-a - - - S n. 1 fa I. W . At B M
ynrTl re jhws! thl the LXfk aiw
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alUiTmSaazlj iccatil ap-j Lv,rierrr Tbo ' ail l-.tv. ,4 t!o rKao t. allow him tct tre-
.b..it j - al rtpoc -aucB. C -al rHfl. 4 , anj .ar, j, OJJ 6 afier tt U( eJ,
wawcharsM that ho at " J Coututioa 1 , ... . 1 ,
cJ thw comhUJ. not a a bJ-. Wat a soloraa J". ..ioh i Mtitaru int a dn'riir tlic
plrd.'r. A thUtoo'ir-'c Uaunboublo U agrvat mattcT a!:. tier. T. this the 1kiuv t utxlrr
Prt to LV Ujluonvosd ivna t.cvrt Ltfu.,, 9 .n
tor TWI eri te-r ine ir .v wi.tr
soroirt cf lh hoI lor ai l a aarr- twori, f j
IKncocX rKr:i.NT. Tho .V. 1". Tribune ot j
; April C?ih ht: Tbo taovirrent amvne tho Ivra v
. TresiJeaer i fainiaesuonsA. Tho rl mentioni aaUr rs of chHdreaara frcwin- up ia i-
raeetirj: en Mn.lar ni-fct. at tbe I'i::b-avrnu j arance.
Il-itos. i-z rcrr.:nt nt pentlriaca. ra;.i:ar.T and po.ni
, cat. to xW over tho lVm crA:ic nornina:in. an!
tho pr-'nt a -r.' unaaimou ia their profcrvnoe
i for Hancock. W ala.'t bear of vigorous movements
iu U"ah;netoa ta hi favi.r. Hi ch.ef upporters
. ia tho Nrth aro amTsr tho aati-Copp-rhead or
War rvra.craej. wb. Ji i'.. IVnU'eton' wrar rec
ord of ottwr t!tn. a well a H rcpudlaiion policy
.f the pnent Jay. W'o notice that ore cf cur city
ontcrnp-'raris tt:r.V MaaoK-V w.. i'J ho opposed
lr lie ji.Hi'.hern IVai.'cracr t.-r:;::r h, was ac-
oun;el ao of tho w-t or.wUnt hli.Ts ia tho
: American Relief Fond Association !
.VO.V-PJnClyr.VC PREMIUMS Lover than those
ekargei kg any Cnasajr ia fse IT or Id.
DtriDELS Increase annua.', after two fears, trV far i
age of tke Potiem.
ihh, at s o c.oct. a: ue uouui or . iMf.u l utpi'iT.
cjo u pkrorier.
Consulate cf the United States of America,
Laasisa. llaaaan Isiardt, Jane a, lyii.
Tho Att- ti-r lu.VTal h-t.s r,'-i'lv !.arpl r
wi;h lihrl, ail Im-.i iiaMrurteU hj tlw rx re-eii-
I'awn annv. Htit, if e hut
orn pro- it I h.Iis a itavth limcvt
tbo tindiided npprt of :!e South.
: lv tJ o South
mil t.- s .-? r-r . o r-rrT,w 7.r
We are plad. however, to tht the LepT-jhUive . 1 i.a wai he nej o the erenioc v M..SDtr. tte 2ii j
Asjomhly cf the Kindlon, ucw in session, have un
der evni leratkn the latere? cX the cauie, anj that
their Committee pa Edacat-niaa presente-1 aa aKe
and ex.vllent rejvrt. If thr ropcrt bo carried cut in
the mnrc"ner.t of tho chl9' we my hepo to see
tnu;h inprovemeiit ia that department.
The decline c f the coaain schv.l, and their fail
tire to SA:i-:y the ios:re tf the parent, ha led to the
tai:iVi-r.cct of IiJcv:ent schv.li ia various P?? T'l E E.X"a4 GE OP
Propo$nU lor -Ciclinn-c.
New York Herald
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LOSSES Paid in thirty daps after due notice and proof of London IUttstrated'xVVi.rr.
Death. j Jjx""
TBIRTT DATS GRACE AUon-ed in the Payment of ' SB '"vaciscw Ba.Wa.".V.".".V.V..V."
rVtainar. j Aa Cal.f-M-oia.
All Policies are Xon-rorfeitahle. 5crntorna
.iwiuie, , Sa rTncrte rtenca Ceuner
S fx XX UT lcX!Cisor ra -re-A ' Jwni.ee Aoervan.
J . . ,,, . ' Boston Jmjrnal
i 419 Callfaraia Sisrrl. j Boston Adrfrtiser
Z j American Arricultnrtst.. ........ ...
i To tke Pui.-ic .- tA r-aasctico. May TI, 1VS. j !nh AerK;.
a.1w .U-Ph"E M WEISS ha. been appointed ! Nel ?V.::"::::V.:
f lTaJlaVTun LZ1 ,CIF t the .ieh I d Krenin Mail
aiKis. atij aas Jull anthontr ta n.i. .nn;: . . ci,;.
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.rrf.'n. V ' ni'. mai reee.re st.1 rece.M lor h....i. t Hanwr'a Rtnr
New York K.ancellst.
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!", 1 :vl cn all 'int Jo SAi. win he t this ort-.l Jaly r.
xlTL -er,:fned..a,w.red ! Ttne rc.V!!!!::".""
tT.lV::. tie i WSaturda,
in r. .. ,. - b. xciaraocc or uvea. .
3 Prt of the liawsAiao islands. '
ADOLPHK M. WEISS. S"7 '
PEr or.t t,e residense e Mrs. Lmetl.""..".
oo Sn j IVic Trest
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I". ?. Crrtal.