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: JTTSTL 24th.
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6 K Ccmk. A. X-,a-9aJ..ta.
Gotd- Farnitarf, Class-ware,
farnitarc at Auction!
A j HflTBSDAY, : : : : : JULYlSth,
AT ! O'CLOCK A. M-.
IT TDt OF XBS. JODWTOXE,
ie lfc nae'ai'aa Theatre.
If IX ATrL BLICAUCTIOX.
Snperior Household Furniture !
Ct.tr. Table. Hr CWH fr'a. IUIr (Vth ("hair..
HW --- Ch-,- ijm U.'m 81.u1. H bit
X Piaao Torte, JEoiian Attachment,
huht Bfint Work TMc
GREAT BARGAINS !
CHAS. BRENIG'S OLD STAND,
Caracr ( Saaa aal JlAlae Slrtfts.
igt. BREXIC IIA! A L. WATS A FILL
Mi tatwd trk
Clothing, Boots & Shoes
CL3T.' lIRMSniAC COODS
liii and Cap. Dry and Fancy Goods
riXKEt: SOTION. A.c.
I. o&f vWctwl Mock 20 r eot- cUpr
Ika mj mImt Mora to th eUy.
Com tu, y o7. wl tatUfg yourstlvt..
F. J. truobl ia Ww M 0m1a. C3iS to
It the Photo-r-phie Galle rj, Fort St.
ynews or tub latr
UVA FLOW AT KAHUKU,
And Scenes of the Earthqnake.
Vm kk as ih nnt b th CjUMrm. Uitf &rv nm tu-
Wt mm My MiKclMa thai n k mmdm.
K U II. L. CII A5K.
Wheelwright and Coach Maker,
.41 Wr. irtvjhf SlmJ,
n. UACKI ELD & CO.,
f iVgoxitai for
tf ESSBA IIICDMll'.rK Ac BIIEIMS.
Jfetr. Hnlnhart pere 4c Fll. Rheims,
Xr. Adolpke Colli. Chalons larMarse,
Ar hi rralar rrerlpc of Ih
CELEBRATED CHAMPAGNES !
W tba abat ku, wkica thcr offer tor tola Croat otora'
Cat al u am re. Sea
liEW GOODS! IIEW GOODS!
Prom England, France & California,
Str. Idaho, and other Late Arrivals,
A LARGE SCPPLT Of
IRE&SLT SELECT ED TOU TOW MJRKET I
1'XCLIMI. AMERICAN' AXD PREXCII
Printa. Fentcfc Gtnrtuua. fcrrt Long CWb, MarfapotUaia,
sjoi CuUm. aa- cnlnrr4 Flannel. Alpacas, A tap la;
lnan. Prl K;tt ami ay EocltaA twaUaai WBiW.
Imtl Want, Mai.1 an.1 Orey birta t Sbpbert Piaal aoJ
R' 8 Has la j a variety f kw as4 eokires)
V. .1 . ... rw . w r J A-it,j bltud,..
ttiur murciai ac-si.', ;
an4 Smll'am'i Hosiery Men's. Mi Mrs'. Tooth's aa.1 ,
HWrw BwU anJ ral'l pabntl ami ethr frMldlra, a j
"Ml M ,4 Zoifr l' apert. Tabte Catkvy. A, 9. j
Panr r.ilTT TarftT1ir Tanpr Hollar. :
r w i r f -- r
a, i n . f S
y I, fx, per a na a aac.
MlXILA CI OARS.
MANILLA ROPE, mil alaea.
TOR 9ALC AT
JOIIX THOS. WATKRIIOliK'S
CS Jt B llie Ftnrr. Qwa SuveC
LADIES. ATTENTION !
lTE! LATL'K!! LITEST! ! !
A SICE AJ30RTMEXT OF
CHESS St FAIICY GOODS, HOSIERY
X W P R I N CJ Ml'NLI.VI,
Trench ami KogllsK PtuUa,
siu a4 Pr!ntcl rUoaela,
Saporvav Uc( ChiCia, Th Trait W UM Loom,' 8a
Victoria Uaa, aU ualitiea.'
t-diea o. &mtlenv's lTMtt H-J-ry.
tleajen' Laatbs' Want Half Ue.
UeatlM. Liaa Colxa 5aodrU(ham. West Rod
Kl-iaat W-rk-U tfp-e pattmta.
'"" t Maaci Trlaaia-a.
A Fiaa Aatnrratcat ( trr. ao4 Mantle Bttoa.
Silk R.MWH. Trlrw,
ek Klk Girnlee nn Tassela.
hbona, tttt.lt, Jlocaioa atvl Bevlof Silk, Ae. , Ae.
ITcwest Styles Hoop Skirtt.
Hat Shapes, &c, &c
. - PIANOS!
Other Musical Instruments,
f0 AM REPAIRER
CHAKLU tCRBT AT THE THEATER.
wTJV: on Pinao mud Caitnr.
- wrnc.a lro. 607 1
payosj?, Imlelililc luta.
fai,3f0 LINEN. TO OF. I SKD
Naak, ' epaaiit,-o beE laraloe- Ink asa.
tM la . m. WlltTFKT.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
ON TUESDAY. :::::: JUKE 23d,
Al ! OYkck. A. M-, at fa)-. 1
It E CS U I, A It S ,11, E
GeiK'ral rreacliniliso !
XT Particular, tie Prmim.
K A .11 EH AMI: II. FOVATII.
. . .
tilOKB LITIlOCKAlis OP
Hit Late Majesty KamehamehaTV.
Ta aoeM mmti mi eerrrt likens, erer prioteJ, c k -
T arplH-atlna u to beurs of
II. M. tvnitiT.
IAS JIST RKCKIVKD, 1'ER. CIlWi
Prime Manila Cigars,
WHICn ARE OFFERED AT LOWEST MARKET RAT
The Beit Brands of Chewing and Smoldnj
II est India Curry Powder,
1 HRRK AM SMALL. KOTTI.KM JrtT
rvcri.Mt by lh BOJTl(iMd. prr brig CHINA PACKET
MKlMntserlDAUU. For ui by
JOSEPH M. OAT NOTIFIES TIIK ITR.
LIC thai fc bu alKitt 1 his n. JUKPII M OAT. J...
a P-rtiv-T la ttm &il akto c bu.or.. The firm yl aitl
UiJOfEPH . OAT 5Q.V. ej 3t
J A PA IIS IJ TEA !
JfST RFCKIVED IEIt STEAM Eli
AFONO A ACIirCK.
ROSE MARKET, KING STREET.
rTT" II HfES Kll THE ABO VE3IAR.
k- C - KtT ftw tbcMleof
PORK AND PORK SAUSAGE,
Bttf inaze, Carard Tori, an J Brrf, SpUti Df,
Ae. O. Ruxrty k. nl lb Kn fork 8aatc T ad
Tb.a.fol fur ! Uoc. todllbt axt harpy to tap ply all
ko aay Uruc bus Ub a rail. tii ly
lux imisx lJackct :
l. VOICE OF VERY SUPERIOR
HAVANA SUA PR NO. 2,
IS SOW LANDIXO. WHICU ARB BT FAR
Tlio Best in tlio rxir-liet !
A ad r offrrnl tor ?ale in qoantii n ta'l by
CM 4t II. HACKrELD CO.
TARRELS IAli:V SALT.
C. BREWER A CO.
Salt Water Soap.
tf A BOXES AM 35 l.Ii. IiOXES.
fM aale by
C. BREWER A CO.
SSORTRD SI Z E S .
For ! by
C. BREWER A CO.
IlimtV Iffaiiillccl Axes.
POR SALE BV
C. "BREWER k CO.
LOWS OF ALL KI.VDS.
Uorie Hue. and Cottiralnrm.
C. BREWTR A CO.
Tor tale by
A S E S
For Sale by
C A R O
C. BREWER A CO.
Slicct Jc:i, Slicet Zinc.
JASES AD CASKS.
For Mte by
C. BREWER If CO.
PEST AX.VEALEI WIRE, XOS. 4. 5. .
Fur tale by
C. CUE WEB A CO.
EAVV PHILADELPHIA HAND CARTS
aia4 tar Trath Carrier, aoj other hrary arsrk.
For sale by C. BREWER A CO.
Aiiclior smcl Clmiii.
IALL SIZES FOR SCHOONERS' I'SE.
C. BREWER it CO.
W A M S
A N I JELLIES.
C. BREWER A CO.
Fur tale by
LL IZES. FOR SALE It r
C. BREWER 4- CO.
TEST PILOT KREaU.I- I'lxd Casks.
Wr aale by r. 3m C. BRI:W EKACQ1
By Express from New York!
Bj the Steamer 'Idaho,' June lOlh !
fEEX VICTORIAN LIFE IN THE
m-M Al .-.Klew4al
" Qaee- I. toria'a Uf rf IU Prince Cvmxt.
Tte U.er. Inelkary.
Tbe ! IHary.
iwra Memlb'. LnwHte.
Khkea trnm Renrkr. -y Jay,
Ij. nt An-ma 'r l, drceaed.
1 he fcilim'i Tal'.
a.1 l!amtri a Tear, sad bo to l.e oo rf
IViiflete Urtte W ritrr.
Prd ht"4' -c Cock &-
rje-fi' Fahlea ' rrnt HarV clitioo. teaa
fuly lltontraled f
Il,t-ry lbe llooen..
Anooal Wewnli6e 1J
Mia Tra.l la Braail-
hayard Tsyl"r PuH J"b"
Ui lUnnan World.
Kerry Mn b. Oea Layr.
Hlilinl ! lb Ver-lirt.
TUrrf ti lib talar.
Inaon'. Ne Aaerica.
lffM'i lwol" TncH an I Lr.
Harry. La.tWfcl teartilna.
W k ripriMta-M-Hin'l)'t
The t laeerinra- . , . . .
IluMry f the Clorrh of rr.r.-
HuIwt'. xU kdn.
Tolome. M.f r-r FW JantU
The H.e Crel.
Mar.', ao.1 LaMitoye. F ry B-a-k.
N.oial laaa-e b rr.
IsnntfrlUft and Trnnyu Ptoea-.t.
Klear A Pne' Work..
Welter'. e k1 .iet,.n.ry.
Webster Pket IhrU 'S-
With a Variety of Juveniles. Toy Boots. &c.
TO OIE 1."
1 aETS OF A V"1 " rre-l. -Mrh embrace,
are .pelted f e.aa..- ,iua R-y.
AHo, eeerytLiDI ieu.r-1 i " u jlirXt-T.
SALMON BELLIES IT rtTfl
!0!xTAi OXLT THE
rTMlk r wttet..a.
A r.n-Uy Qrwy nq r rri tut .
FAMILY GROCERY & FEED STORE
Choice Fresh Groceries!
Icr STJSAJlElt II AfilO
On Tuesday, June 9th.
0.leo Gate Ex. r.mily Flour.
Fr-h Oral. am Flour,
Freh OubmI, Re. Meat, Buckahrat,
Coana liotalur, Fine Hominy.
Box, bru W Uii. Mucuuil.
Rnt CUWdib ll.uj.,
2Vcw Smokfd Cecl Toiisue !
u., iiflc Coda.a.
Case brt Salooo Brrad,
B-,c Wafrr I'Uut Brrad,
Fmh T.Me Froit, ai'J
ases Best California Cream Cheese,
Crmckm, a-tnl kii-U,
Tin, Frrh Jumhlri,
Tij. Fmh Q nrrr Puapa,
tor California Lhtli arul Hran,
UrtU, bair M. Fnily Park,
Cr Currkm., tialf galls.
.. Fn-h Tiico,
f rU Trarl Barlry,
l'a: (kii(irnia Mat-ir!,
Bux- Clear furali.
Layer Rauiuta a),.4, half aud quaitrr bosca,
ka Suit, Brua-o. U. Qlof-r,
. Uublra P i nip.
. Aaving MrioTBCiUtic (ur Uw trmrrf jl Mrhrction of QouiU ia
fan iKKim, It vuflJraily bclicvnl that all Hi. b.r. all)
b fuau-l U a.iaj to lb. waul oT archarts. Plea, call
Prices ow to Suit the Times.
I. II A ItTLKTT.
Also, C'o tnully on Hand,
A tUUK tTOCK OF
iBcst Pauley Groceries !
! Ctv( Isl.ind CtiUr received Itegularly
TU rntirt .r ict of Ihc Celebrated
ivi-:ns n.ii- ON MOLOKAI
Being Sold by theTJiiersigned Exclusively
j J 1" I. BART LETT.
I iSaperintendent of theMolokai Dairy,)
! FRESH BITTER,
ECEIVEO TWO Ti:ES A WEEK.
1 1 tfur .ale by
! AEW STOlE.
JUST OPEXEB. OV XTCAfU STREET.
iD)ail. (mil AlcLrau's a GeorratgaorUucnt bf
i Ladies' and Children's Boot: and Shoes,
I DRY COODs. CLOTIIH;, Ac,
j F'JU sALfc. CUKAP lV
, C15 Cm JOd.A-13 A CO.
! to m; li;t.
i THE PREMISES IV XLUxr VAL.
; I i;;J LKY. on Mount Plra.iint. br1onKiu( .o Cl'MMlNS,
j il'A aq- Aitlyw 3t J- y ALh.N'.
VOll SALE OK ESIT.
I -t TIIK FIXSEN-PREMISES, ITCATED
! )UKAWAU,.Mui. Alyto
l i"19 THOMAS W. ERR KTT,
, Oi 2m Or. F. A. SCHAEKr..
From Pond's Tannery, in lilo,
fKKV OARF.Kl'LLY PREPA RED, xl '
V fully ru.ual tu iL-urtnl Le.lhcr.
II EST KIP AM) CALF SKINS
l;iackvnnl and Kuwlt Gt Skin, tlie latter larrrly j ute
(jT trinu b-attirr oo flalilaliou. for air at
S.T Mu r. A. hCUAKFER A CO.
CHANCE FOR EVERY ONE
To Irrigate llicir liand Clir:i..
Windmills for $150 each !
1a FEET II 4IKTER. O STROKE
s) alili all tb-J Itld uuprorrmeuta.
J't L rtn in tlit JIwJn!'i Iron 1IWA l"ir-
TVe T.-mlaMe U rontrtKi?-l whul!y of Irio. n. rrenlve. on
ta I., a latch ctutrt lutle tttcxi-n -ihI omVc It Kit irsulalinie.
MRS. F. II.l7ATIIAWAY
In ih- La-If uf ll-XH-luiu, tb.l .lie avul-l be b.)y tu
ililI.WIMiU h-r Ctr, street. a-uuite the re.k-
d'uee bf lite late !. H. V. nnw. o.- lin
TfR.(M!.RnsRVII.I. ATT EN I TO Ml
."m liL'rIN dur.i.j y 'wuct Irooj ibc 1umU.
L P. AIM MS.
ll-n-Joto, Marrh 17. 1VH
lKTi: AUK PREPARE" TO Ft KMS1I
W FIKK MoOUbf the I--.1 quality. tha. K Nrue-
at so, l.ad.n.. e Y.rA' l?KVrr7.KR.
Ilib, II. ail.
TT For particulir Inquire cf
3a CASTLE A COOK. Ainll.
lyMTF.I) JT ITKS IKIMiS OF INDF.RT-
tJ tUX Eiii, (i-aO's oc sny iMt.rr cUa. at Iuh1.
i.-isl,Kl at U.f L'fjhtMt rntr.
n. II. M. W HITXKV.
Eg"" LUMBER I !
EX sniOOXKIt ALASKA,
S -TV. Zj 12
GEO. G. HOWE,
NSIn OF Rorcii HOARDS.
T. 'HI-1 il. J'iTt'J.
Ik on si Coffee
, sfj, ylBll V :
f.nsltlr n llaad aad lor Sale la UN to Salt, i
; lODSIaMU on u"u a- (
rfMIIE I'NIER!I "" i.irun.'i' ..
Jl fiuuie Ilia, "
Cliwire M0d lell liriea noon
Ilarmff the ut-urf of the fulloain r.arlir In Kona i
. Mcr. NkTii.i A IUsb.tt. K-..uka.
. N. flanaeactL. N'-rth Kuua.
V. jaoTV, a.nua.
A. S. CLKllHOKM.
C!iint ?t' I'lirasc IIookM I
'inn xki.i: nv
l1 trj lm
II. M. WHITNEY.
sat run a v, jlwe
OTES OF TIIK WKKK.
Abrital or Japanese EjnoE.XT.-Tlie British
Lip Scioto, t'.ij.uin IU'.igau. arrival yasterJitjr, 23
(l ijrs frtiu Vokuliittuu, Jipm, with t'.ifr first instal.
lueut tf Jap:ittt.-!S9 laborers, H.-lecteil anl aUippivl to
the lldWiiiLtii Guveruo.ont its Consul Mr. Van
Tbei Kborvra are in charge of Ir. 1). J. Lss
an-1 Mr. A. P. B turn, who have taken ppecial care to
prvsvrre the health of the as;eiigT, an.l tiirj have
arrived in cxo-llent condition. But one death has
oorurml during the passage, &nl there hns been one
birth. There are 1 IS passengers, six of whom are
rnarried and have their wives. The arrival of these
laborers ia opportune, and we doubt not they will all
be readily engaged, though we have not learned the
term on which they can be had. Consul Van Reed,
we understand, engaged with the old Government
for a much larger number of emigrants, but the new
Government made objections, and he was compelled
to tike the few which had already been secured. In
all probability no obstructions will ia future be placed
in the way, as soon as the Japanese Government
again becoruea established. At all events, these will
afl rd a fur opportunity for the experiment of Japan
The Rocti: to axo trom Japax. Our readers are
aware that we have long maintained that the best route
between Japan and San Francisco, is via Honolulu.
AVe Lave in former issues instanced short passages
from Japan to tLis port as evidence to establish the
position taken. The arrival of the thip Scioto, S3
iliys from Yokohama, furnishes another. The dis
tance between Yokohama and Honolulu is about 35u0
miles. Iuring the first 1 1 days after leaving Japan,
the Scioto made -'AM) miles, with fair winds, leaving
but one thousand miles. She then met baffling and
light wind and was 19 days in in iking the List thou
sand miles. A steamer could easily have run the
whole in 14 days or even less. The Great Rcjntblir,
when she broke her shaft on her last trip to Japan.
ran within three hundred miles of this port, and when
the accident happened was only 500 miles or bo nort'
west of us. For some time the Captain was in doul'
whether or not to head about for Honolulu, aud noth
ing but the strong fair wind decided him to go ca.
The tru;! is these steamers are every trip cook.."?
nearer ami nearer to this port, and will yet have to
make it their regular stopping place, as they should
have done from the first. With fair winds to this
port going and coming, it is contending against nnu
tical science, providence aud reason to take the di
rect route iu goir.g out, or even the strong northerly
route iu returning. 1
ro.NCiiuLO;v We saw not long since in an Oak-
laixl paper, an appeal by those interested in the Col
lege at that place, setting forth the duty of the
friends of educatiou in California, not to let institu
tions at the East deprive the State of cue of the
best and mot complete conchological collections iu
the whole country. The article referred to the fine
cnbinet of lr. Wesley Newcomb, who was formerly a
residen. of Honolulu, and while liere thoroughly ex
plored the land shells of these islands, and gave them
to the world, through the London Conchological So
ciety, many of tbc siecies being new and licfore that
time utulcscribetl. we learn fiai me present collec
tion of lr. Xewcomb has been sold for a large sum to
the Cornell University, situated in central New York,
where they will be sent, to add to the facilities for a
thorough education, which is being so amply provid
ed by tt"! founder of that mtitution. tiufltr.
The " Cornell University" was founded and endow
ed by Ezra Cornell, Esq., of Ithaca, X. Y., who gave
to the institution, in laud, buildings and endowment
fund, five hundred thousand dollars. Yet, notwith
standing this princely gift, we see by the following
item that he is still adding to it :
Mr. Erra Cornell ha. just iurrlianl f tlie Cornell I'niver-
ity, at llh.ra, N. Y., the entire library f th lnt Dr. Aiitlnn,
CutuiiMing of 7,000 vulumra of valuable hooka iu all tlie il.-part-
mmta r aCKiire, art, and literature I ne unrary ui ournru
lirfverxify. when inrrrasrtl aa contemplated, will number
inure Iban 30,UOO volumes.
pHr A number of school exliibiJlons have been
beld during the pust ten days, all of which Lave
evinced great industry on the part of both teachers
and pupils. One of the most prosperous is the
Royal School, iu charge of Mr. J. II. Kinney, assisted
by Misses Smith, Cooke, IJrickwood and Ueckleyf
whereabout 150 scholars of both sexes are taught
in the English language. The exercises on Tues
day were creditable to both teachers and sclioUis,
and so long as the Government can Uud such pre
ceptors, parents and iiardiaii9 can Lave small rua
son to complain.
We hoped to have received a report of the Wai
alua Examination uud Sunday School celebration,
but it Las not come iu. We understand that nt the
dinner which was provided some to 1300
person? sat down, while the Honolulu brass band
discoursed pleasant music to the assembled crowds.
This grand eutertaiiiuu-nt was gotten up without
an expense to the guests who partook of it.
Lifk Ixst hanck. Iiy n no'.ic i i rmr Advertising
roluuins. it will le seen that the World Mutual Lite
Iusurunet Company t.f New York has established un
agency here and appointed Mr. A. M. Weiss as agent.
Life insurance is e-ery year attracting more atten
tion as one of the most practicable niodes by wliiih
a man can provide lor the wants of his family alter j
death. Iiy u small yearly payment of to $100
Insurance companies guarantee the heirs of the per- t
sou instiled from one to live thousand dollars. Mr. '
W. cme fully authorized to act for the World !
Company, aud can be found at I'r. llillebrand's j
AnoiT Rain. It is ttntcd aa the result of careful '
bcrvutius for nix years at Greenwich Observatory,
hat rain is more frequent between noon and mid
iht than between midnight and noon. The small
t rainfills take place in the morning, as the sun is
dug up ; the grcatct in the afternoon as the sun is
feeing. Tliis is certainly the case on these islands,
wire the clouds generally scatter at night, and ac
cuuhite in the morning, almost invariably raining
on ie mountains during the middle and after part
of te d.iy.
Qick Time. We see it stated that the overland
mail akes letters through frota S.in 'rancisco to
New ork in eighteen days regularly. Letters were
receiv her. from New York by the Ilaho inside of
thirty ays. This may hereafter be estimated as the
shortes time fr overltnd letter mails during this
year, i ISC'J the time will be shortened several
days, a in 1ST0 we shall have New York papers
delivcredicre regularly in t!0 to 25 days from their
I y Ave xchange tills us that " a Minnesota edi-
1 tor s-iys tl t a man came into his office to advertise
! fur a lost Vr, and that such was tlio wonderful pow.
i er of advetising, the dog walked into the office while
be wns wring out the advertisment This reminds
us oi uaoccurreu uere nov ioii ago. .i i.fij iot
a canary bird, and after advertising it the little
j warbler calo back and enteral its cage, which was
i hanging on he verandah with its door open.
j r-"T The xifo missing schooners have both been
liestrd from one having drifted r.ff to leeward, re
turned on SnV;iy last. The other got a hundred
mill's or mor to windward of ile group. It shows
the ii'-ssit;of having instruments on board so
that the eapt;n can always learn his position with- i
out having to aend a month at sea.
Worth Kso-ijco. It is said that a-Ming to coal
f . i -. i . - r . i . : l .
oil one-loiinii it-weigni ii cnniii khi in a miwcue
tot ,gni mucn more or.u an, an cear,
, , ...i r..rrits smi-l nc. If true.
' this is a secret wuh knowing.
I Makawao. Tloexamination of the Makawao Fe-
I male Seminary wilbe beld on Thursday, the 2:5.1 of
i July. We understod that this school which is un
, der the care of Rev.; p. Greene, is in a flourishing
condition, and nuubVs sixty-one scholars.
T-iT- Tlie MissionuV brig Morning Shir will sail
i .ti Tliursd.iy, 25th iuL for Mirronesin.
SESSION UP 18GS.
FiriT-riRST Pat, June 16.
Assembly met at the usual Lour, His Highness M.
Kek.uanaa iu the Chair.
Ciumitte on tVinmeree presented their report in
regard to the act to increase the compensation of
pilots, and recommended that the rates be kept as at
j prex'tit, ow ing to the f.tct that Honolulu port charges
I were the cheapest of any port in the Pacific. The
j Committee reevmmended that the pilots be paid a
salary out of the Treasury, the same as all other
' Government ofliccrs, and the receipts from pilotage
: be passed to the Treaanry.
I On motion report tabled to be considered with the
' act regarding the same.
Judiciary Committee presented a report on petition
j from Kau. prating that agreements between masters
I and servants be in both the English and Hawaiian
language and recommended that the consideration
of the same be indefinitely post)oned
After considerable debute, the motion to postpone
inaeuniiciy tue cons.aerauon oi tue rcpon oi wo
- 1 t . " 1 a . 1 . . . 1 !
toiimiitee waa iosi, nun inc rrpon revoinmuieu 10
the Committee, with iustruction to report to-morrow
in the form of a bill
Mr. Hitchcock presented a report of special commit
tee to whom was referred the subject of taxation.
Committee reported that owing to a press of business
in the Assembly, tlfy had been unable to give the
matter the consideration due its importance, and
recommended that the Chair appoint a Standing Com
mittee of three who should coufer with the Minister
of Finauce on the matter of taxation, and report on
j the same to the next session of the Legislature or
j otherwise. The Chair appointed Messrs. Kamakau,
I Hitchcock and Wilder on said Committee.
Mr. C. de arigny gave notice of a bill to amend
sectiou 4C1 of Civil Code.
Mr. Koakanu iutroduced a resolution appropriat
ing $3,(HHj ,r the use of the Legislative Assembly.
Mr. Phillips introduced a resolution that all Com
mittees be requested to report to-morrow, and no
bills be received by the Assembly after that day.
Mr. Kcawehunahala iutroduced a resolution in-
' etructing the Minister of the Interior to provide each
member of the Assembly with two copies of the laws
of this session, w hen printed.
Mr. Wilder stated that on Thursday he wished a
vote on a resolution taking the sense of the House on
the matter of having the Nobles aud Representatives
sit in two distinct bodies, and gave as his reason for
i this, that in the fore part of the session he gave
notice of a bill amending the article of the Constitu
tion, but his time h;td been so taken up he had beeu
unable to prepare the bill, and he would therefore
; introduce the following resolution to bo considered at
1 P. M., on Thursday next :
ii... iu ure vi..uiuu tu.o
Assembly, it is des
- i i e .....1 .... . r .v.
n.ti'li uv nuimc v& tula 1
j Kingdom that the Nobles and Representatives should
sit as two distinct bodies."
Mr. Lyons read for the first time an act for the
protection of game. Bill passeJ to its second reading.
Mr. Hitchcock gave notice of a bill providing for
the compensation of Representatives.
Mr. rhillips gave notice of several bills which he
would introduce to-morrow.
Mr. Uishop gave notice of several new bills.
Mr. Asa Hopu read for the first time an act res
pecting the duties of Commissioners on the Rights of
Way. Hill passed to its second reading.
On motion the House proceeded to the order of the
day, which was an act to amend an act entitled an
act to rccal chapter ten of Civil Code, and to regu
late the bureau of public instruction read for the
second time, and ordered engrossed.
An act to repeal an act entitled an act regarding
the fjualincatioii of electors on its second reading, was
taken up to be considered by the Assembly.
Mr. Phillips, by suspension of the rules, moved to
relV-r the bill to a select committee of three, with in
structions to reort to-morrow. Chair appointed
Messrs. Hutchison, Hitchcock and Kamakau.
On motion the House took a recess till one o'clock.
A bill indemnify the Minister of Finance for $0000
was read, passed and ordered to be engrossed. Also
a bill to punish barratry.
An act to facilitate the service of Criminal Process
was read a seud time, and passed.
An act to amend certain sections in the Civil Code,
in regard to awa. Iiill was read a second time, and
An act to amend Section 780 of Civil Code, regard
ing the number of the Reprentatives, as follows :
Hawaii, 8 Representatives ; Maui, 7; Oahu, 8; Mulo
kai and Lanai, 2; Kauai, o; making a total of 23
Mr C. de Varigny moved to indefinitely postpone
Motion lit, and the bill passed its second reading.
An act to nmend Section 1S23 of the Civil Code,
was read a second time, and passed.
Au act to amend Sections 118, 119, 120, and to
repeal Section 121 of the Civil Code, in regard to Stal
lions, was read a second time, and passed.
An act to regulate the sale of Deadly Poisons was
An act to limit the time within which claims of
creditors against the estates of deceased persons shall
be presented, and suits be commenced to enforce re
jected claims, and to amend Section 1247 of the Civil
Code, was passed.
' An act to amend Section 893 of the Civil Code, and
to enlarge the powers of the Police Court, was passed.
Au net to promote Immigration was read second
time and passed.
An act for the protection of game, passed its sec
An act respecting the duties of Commissioners on
the Rights of Way, passed its second rending.
An net to amend Section 788 of the Civil Code, in
regard to time of opening the Polls, passed its second
An act to authorize Hawaiians to prnct ce medi
cines, read second time, was, after some discussion,
lost, 20 to 10.
Mr. Varigny said that a petition had been brought
before the Assembly, containing certain charges
against one of his colleagues, the Minister of the In
terior, and as the Representees sat by themselves in
action upon the report of the Committee on the peti
tion, he would respectfully ask of the Representatives
what action they had taken on it, and at the same
time assured the House that the Ministry had no in
tention of interfering in the least with the preroga
tives of the Representatives. The Minister presented
a resolution embracing his question, and was answered
by Mr. Hitchcock, to the effect that, in the opinion
of the Representatives, the charges made in the peti
tion were deemed, by a vote of 24 to 1, insufficient
to sustain a vote of censure against the Minister of
Mr Varigny thanked the Representatives, and de
sired to have his thanks entered oir the records.
Fiftv-secoxd Dat, June 17.
Assembly met at the usual hour, His Highness M.
Kekuanaoa in the Chair.
The President of the Assembly, as Chairman of the
Committee to wait upon His Majesty and acquaint
him of the fact that this Assembly will be ready to
be prorogued on Monday, stated that he had called
upon His Majesty, and it suited His Majesty's pleas
ure to prorogue the Assembly on Monday, the 22d
inst, at 12 M.
Mr. Hitchcock read for the first time, an act to
establish the compensation of Representatives at $20
Mr. Phillips read for the first time the following bills,
which duly passed to their second readings:
An net to authorize a Loan. An act to authorize
the levying of Light House dues. An act to amend
Chapter 2, Section 5, of Penal Code. An act to pro
vide for the appointment of a leputy Marshal. An
act to secure to married women the benefit of life in
surance. Mr. Varigny road for the first time a bill to amend
Section 434 of the Civil Code, relating to the Oath of
Mr. Hutchison read the following bills for the first
time: An act to amend Section C3:, 337 and 347,
of the Civil Code in relation to the Fire Department.
An act to authorize the. Minister of the Interior to
take possesion of eurh land as may be required for
the Honolulu Water Works.
An act to prevent the driving of cattle through the
streets of Honolulu.
Mr. Kuihelani read for the first time, an act to
authorize the Commission of Crown Lands to execute
a deed f confirmation to a certain lot of Land in
Wailuku, Island of Maui, now occupied by the Re
formed Catholic Church at that place
Mr. Martin read for the first time a bill in relation
to Hawaiian physicians in country districts.
Mr. Bishop "read for the first time the following
bills: An act relating to the location of Slaughter
An act to deginate a
place for landing cattle in
Mr. Aa Hopu read for the first time a bill relating
to School Io?p-ctors and School Treasurers.
The House then proceeded to the order of the day.
The bill to authorize the Sheriffs of the different
Inlands to take acknowledgements, was indefinitely
post pone 1.
The bill to extend the powers of the Bureau of Im
migration, was passed to be engrossed.
An act to regulate the Contracts between Masters
and Servauts, pnssed its second reading.
Au act to establish the compensation of Represent
atives, was read a second time and passed.
An act to authorize the levy of Light House dues,
was rea l a second time and passo-L
An act to amend Chapter 21, Section 5. of the
Civil Code, was read a second time and passed.
An act to provide for the apointntent of a IVputy
Marshal, read a second time, aud passed.
An act to secure to married womeu the benefits of
life iusurancc, was read a second time, and pAssed.
An act to amend Section 4"! tf tho Civil Code,
read a second time, aud passed.
An act to amend Section 6G8, SS7 aud'317, of the
Civil Code, read a second time, and passed
The bill to authorize the Minister of the Interior to
take possession of certain renl estate in Honolulu, for
the use of the Honolulu Water Works. Bill lead a
second time, aud passed-
An act to authorize the Commissions of Crown
I.amls to execute a deed of confirmation to certain
j lands in the district of Wailuku, Maui, was read a
: second time, and passed.
I An act' to amend Section ST, of the Civil Code on
awa was next considered and passed.
I An act to tree from the school tax such pareuts or
i guardians or to send their children or wards to select
Dcnools read second time.
Mr. Varigny moved the indefinite postponement of
After some debate question to indefinitely postpone
the bill was carried.
Motion to reconsider put and lst.
, An Mt to npC)il vtioQ flg of the CjviI (VIe WM
I re,.l( anJ passed,
j n aci to jj
I An act to regulate the driving of cattle and vehicles
j over the bridge in this Kingdom was read and passed.
I The bill on compensation cf pilots, with report of
v-ommittec on me dul
Mr. C. H. JudJ moved the passage of the bill for
! Mr. Kuudsen was opposed to the passage of the
i bill, as he as Chairman of the Committee on Com
merce took a great deal of pains to gain facts in re
gards to thTs matter and found that there was no
necessity for an increase of the rates of pilotage for
Mr C. H. Judd argued in favor of the bill and
urged its passage. .
Motion to indefinitely postpone the bill, carried.
On motion, rules suspended and the report of the
Committee on education taken up to be considered.
Mr Hitchcock moved the adoption cf the report.
by striking out the thin! section in regard to exempt
ing pareuts and guardians from school tax, which
The bill to Amend Sectious 12S0 and 12S1, of the
Mr. S. II. Phillips moved to indefinitely postpone
the consideration of the bill, and artrued at some
length against it, as it changed entirely the system of
tees, acc, in the tourts, and would tend greatly im
pair the receipts of the Court.
Mr. A. F. Judd argued iu favor of the bill at some
length, he being the introducer.
Montion to indefinitely postpone put and lost, and
the bill passed to be engrossed. Assembly adjourned.
Fiftt-tuibd Day, June 18.
The Assembly met at the usual Lour, His Higness
xt : 11.. n..:.
I iviuuuaoa luv vuair.
Mr. l'liillips introduced a resolution appointing
Mr. L. McCuIly Assistant Secretary, as the Assembly
were progressing so rapidly that it was impossible
for one person to attend to all the work. Resolution
Mr. Keawehunahala introduced a resolution that
the Secretary be paid 5 extra per day since the be
ginning of the session, as he has been most faithful
in the discharge of bis duties. Resolution indefinitely
Mr. S. G. Wilder, upon suspension of the rules,
presented a potion from the lepers on Molokai, very
similar to former petitions from them, and moved to
lay the same on the table, as most of the requests in
the petition had been provided for. Petition tabled.
Consideration of the resolution of Mr. Wilder in
regard to the sense of the Assembly on the two Houses
sitting together was, on motion of Mr. Hitchcock,
postoned till Friday at 12 o'clock.
Tlie House proceeded to the order of the day:
The bill to authorize a Loan was read, and passed.
Au act in regard to School Inspectors aud School
Treasurers, was, after some discussion, passed to be
Au act to prevent the driving of cattle through the
city of Honolulu within certain hours.
Mr. A. F. Judd objected to the bill, as he thought
that Chapter 27, Section 3, of the Penal Code covered
the whole case.
After some debate, the bill passed to be engrossed
with several amendments.
An act relating to the location of Slaughter Houses
The bill to amend the law regarding iue qualifica
tions of electors, &c, was reported bak from Com
mittee with amendments, and passed.
The bill to amend Chapter 21, Section 5, of Penal
Code, passed to be engrossed with an amendment
from Mr. A. F. Judd, striking out all after the enact
ing clause and substituting three new sections.
! An act to establish a Hawaiian Board of Health,
' passed to be engrossed.
An act to designate a place for landing cattle in
Honolulu. Bill was ameded and passed.
The following bills read by their titles and passed
to its third reading.
An act to amend Section 2o5 aud 25G, of the Civil
Code, and add a new section to be numbered 256 A.
An act to nmed Sections 118, 119 and 120, and re
peal Sectiou 121, of the Civil Code.
An act to promote Immigration.
An act respecting tlie duties of Commissioners on
Rights of Way.
An act to limit the time within which claims of
creditors against the estates of deceased persons shall
be presented, and suits be commenced to enforce re
jected claims, and to amend Section 1247, of the
An act to facilitate the service of criminal process.
An act to amend Sectiou 7S8, of the Civil Code.
An act to amend Section 78, of the Civil Code.
An act to amend Section 873, of the Civil Code.
Ait act for the protection of game.
An act to amend Secticn 1323, of the Civil Code.
An act to punish barratry. ,
An act 'to amend an act entitled an act to repeal
Chapter 101 of tlie Civil Code, and regulate the bu
reau of public instruction, &c.
An act to license the slaughter of beef.
An act relating to Inter-Island Steam Navigation.
An act to indemnify the Minister of Finance. .
Mr. Hutchison addressed the Assembly concerning
an act in relation to a Hawaiian Board of Health, and
requested that it be referred to him to report upon,
and assured the House that he would do what he
could to encourage the bill in a proper form.
Rules suspended aud bill referred to the Minister of
the Interior. Assembly adjourned.
France has concluded a treaty with the kingdom
of Siam to regulate the position ot the kingdom of
Cambodge. Uy the tonus of this treaty the Kingof
Siam recognizes the protectorate ot the Emperor
over Cambodge. and renounces lorever all tribute
or other mark of vassalage, while the Emperor en
gages not to encroach upon Cochin China. It is an
advantageous treaty. tor Fiance.
Queen Victoria is most regular in attendance on
divine service, and notices the absence of any of
her servants. On one occasion, at Balmoral, last
season, she asked one of her attendants on a Monday
morning: " Why were you not at the kirk yester
day?'" lleauswered: Please your Majesty, the
morning was wet." Oh. fie?" said the Queen,
'who could have expected a Scotchman to plead
that excuse? It was not too wet for me."'
M. Gustavo Lambert, whose zeal for Arctic ex
ploration has won for him iu France the title of Pe
ter the Hermit of the Arctic regions, is organizing,
under the auspices of the government, a new expe
dition to the North Pole. Tlie mystery of that re
gion, which many explorers have found impenetra
ble, bas stimulated him to devise an entirely new
6che:ne of exploration, which he is unfolding to
etith isiastic audiences in all the large cities of
France. The extreme improbability that any new
discoveries can be made in that direction, sufficient
j to compensate for the peril and the sacrifice tbey
will require, is no discouragement to him, ami- ap
parently none to the fascinated crowds that Hock to
The newly created Cardinal Bonaparte is consid
ered one ot the heirs presumptive to the Papal
throne. His escutcheon differs but slightly from
tbat of his Imperial cousin, and his livery is of the
same color as that of the French Emperor. As a
Prinoe. he has a right to one more carriage than
the other Cardinals. The expenses of his installa
tion in presents, fees, receptions, etc., amounting to
C3.0D0 fraiws. will be paid by the Emperor Napole
on. In gene.al. nine-tenths of the Cardinals are.
obliged to contract a loan to meet this cost.-
Gambling is much disliked by the Prussian Gov
I eminent. It has not tieon able to obtain from tbe
j lessees of the gaming-houses at Ems. Wiesbaden anil
Ilomberg their consent to the cancellation of their
contracts, and has concluded to terminate their
privileges ov a legislative measure. A bill n now i
I beforo the Berlin Chamber of Deputies fixing the
y'ir 1''- s tht lin,it to t,,e existence of them es-
tablishments, and even authorizing their suppres-
i sion at m earlier period iy royal ordinance. Jo
j indemnity is to be allowed to the lessees.
j The French Government has determined to pay
! a portion of Uie debt contracted by tue r.mperor j
; Maximilian during his reign in Mexico. While re
pudiating all lenal ob'igitions tor the Lmperor s i
contracts, the Minister of Finance conceded that so i
much ot the money a finally found its way into the
French Treasury, in liquidation of the Emperor's '
engigetnents. should be refunded to those who fur- !
lllsiieu l. iue Hiuuiiiii w hich tuns 111 im cau-goiy
is tiS.UHO.O0uT.. and for it France is to issuo her own
certificates of indebtedness. With the remainder of
j tlie Knn iho Minister says France had no concern.
A in erica ii JS i
Women are permitted to pre
A cow in Pennsylvania gae"
Louisville has a trotting mill w"Hh las made
mile in 2:21.' -
'Tlw Pacific Mail" Steamship Cottf-Jar.-iy '
tluced the rates of treigbMo California to $ to a tony
Voting by proxy has been abolished in the Fng
I'rsh House of Lods, as it ought to have been Trm
ago. ' " -
The same column of the same number of a Ral
eigh paper contains a notice of a marriage and ot th.
lieutti jt the bride. after a long and paiuful ill-
One of the Chicago papers-gravely speaks of a
house erecting in that city as to contain four sb-'
riea. two fronting on Iake street and two uil the
avenue. " '-..
Celestial pugilism the wills of the gods.
It cost $40,000 to recover Maximilian's body.
There are in the world 123.0OO miles f railroad;
of these, 38.000 are in te United StaU .
A bill has been iutrouitce4 into Congress confer'
ring the franking privilege for Jife upon JhIs Doro
thea Dix. "in appreciation cf a life- and fortune
spent in the service ol mankind.'
You ought to acquire the faculty of Ireing
home in the beet society." said a fashionable aunt,
to an honest nephew. " 1 manage that easy enottgh,'-
responded the neplew. by staying al so are with
my wife aud children."
A wretch was beard to say the other evCB"eig at '
social party, that a young lady playing the paino-"
torto was "like an ape. because her fingers were
JrsT thixk or it. There are 32.000 lawyers ia
the foiled States whose aggregate annual earnings
amount to $64,1)00,000.
John Delviu. sentenced to tlte Albany penitentia
ry for a term of two years, is worth StiUO.OOO.
A s;heme for the establishment of a national tel
egraphic system in connection with the post office
department, has been matured by Ur- Wasbbarott
of Illinois aud will bv introduced iu Congress, soon.
Chicago is a wonderful place. Babies ore no
longer born there, if w credit the announcement
in a local paper, "during Feb. 2251 yonug grntle
inen and 324 young 1 adieu were born in ibis city.'
It it said that sham diaranads are now maie to
deceive experienced jewelers. whe trnst to tfre eye?
alone. The only means ol deterting the spurious
gem is by weighing it and aKrlainuig its temper
ature. Weston, the pedestrian, reached Buffalo, having'
walked 11)3 miles in 23 hours sad 53 rsiante, ami "
winning tbu $2000 bet to wait 10O wiles ia 24
The French steamship VVle de Iri Raw eeom
plished the distance between New Ts-vk and Havre
in y days and 16 hours, being the qinckwsi trip on
The Pontifical army is losing ia solidity wnat tt
is gaining in numerical importance by tl arrival
of rc-euforceineuts. Not fewer than 112 t5esertion
have taken place in the Legion oi Autibes, Zouaves,
taibineers, or artillery, within the last 20 dUj"-.
A Novki. School Book. At a meeting t' the
Special Committee to consider the state ol the
public schools. Mr. T. Hunter said that " a mpil
can learn much more of early New England 'Ife
frotu Beecber's novel Norwood.' than lrom all tlte
text books ia the school.'
A New England gentleman on a visit to Paris
says : " The first night I wanted hot water, and
the maid could not understand ray French, until. In
humorous despair, I exclaimed 'oh pshaw 1" when
she at once laughed and said, ' Kau chaud, mon
sieur?' ' Oui. oui,' 1 replied, and in a minute J bad
my hot water." .
The Connecticut election, according to official re
turns, resulted in a Democratic majority, ot 2,781,
in a total poll of 90.267. The total Democratic
vote was 50.444. and the total Republican vote 48.
CC3. In 18C7 the Democrats polled 47.5 Ci rotes,
and the Republicans 45.578 votes; a Democratic
majority of 987 in a poll of 91,143. Since 18C7,
therefore, the Democratic vote has increased 2.879.
the Republican vote 2.085, and the Democratic ma
jority has increased 7!) 4.
Tho simple and expeditious plan for obtaining'
water, by driving into the earth an iroa tube hav
ing numerous small holes near the bottom closed,
by an inverted cone of steel, which was used witb
great success by the Union army daring the late
rebellion, bas been put in operation in France, says
the New York Tribune under the Emperor's super
vision. The British Government, alter testing
them at Aldershot, sent a special brigade- having;
charge of these portable wells w'th the Abyesiniaa
expedition. - -
A pleasant little family controrersy ban Been go
ing on for the past two years in BloomnVid CL,
over a matter in cash value not exceeding 25 cents,
and $1,500 has already been expended in the cM;-rtw
about it. with no better prospect of settlement tew
ever. Tlie parties are members of good standing in
the Methodist Church, and own property among
theni to the value or full $2,100,000.
Mr. Wbitworth, the inventor of the celebrated
Whit worth gun, has offered to found 30 scholarships
of the annual value of $100 each, for the further in
struction of young men selected by open competi
tion for their intelligence and proficiency in .tlie
theory and practice of mechanics and its cognate
science. The proposal is made to the British Gov
ernment, which has accepted the offer.
The name of the town on the Central Paoific
Railroad at the junction of the branch to Virginia
City, Nevada, is Reno, in honor of Gen. Reno, who
fell gloriously fighting ia defense of the old flag.
Tho next town on the line of the road, will be
Wudsworth, in honor of another distinguished Gen
The sugar crop promises unusually well in Lou
isiana. A planter writes : " The freedmen are
working better and more cheerfully than at any
time since the war. If only let alone they will nat--urally
fall into line as laborers help themselves;
aud save the planter. They make their own con
tracts, and so far as they are concerned, the occupa
tion of the bureau agent is gone."
The destruction of the famous dragon tre-ef
Teneriffe almost one ot the wonders oPtbe wrlt
during a severe gale, is exciting the laments of
hotanistn and tree lovers. The circumference of it
trunk wa about 75 .feet; its height only 75 feet. It
has been made memorable by the account given of
it by Baron Humbodlt, who estimated, its age at
about 6000 years. -
A Yankee having told an Englishman tLat ha
shot, on one particular occasiou, 999 snipes, his In
terlocutor asked why he didn't make it a ihoa&anJ
at once. " No," said he; it's not likely I'm going;
to tell a lie for one snipe." Whereupon the Eng
lishman, determined not to be outdone, began to tell
a storv of a man having swam from Liverpool to
Boston. Did you see him yourself V Yky,yes.
of course I did; I was coming across, and oar vessel
pa.ssed lim a milo out of Boston aarbor. Well,
lin glad y saw him, stranger, coa jrer a witness
that 1 did it. That was me!"
The Gaines Case. After a litigation extending
over nearly 30 years, Mrs. Myra Clark Gaiaes has.
finally a decisiou of the Supreate Court of the Uni
ted States in her tavor. and she- U declared to he
the heir of her father, and the possessor of the im
m?ase property left-by Lim. In 1841 Mrs. Gaines,
defeated in the Louisiana District Court, appealed
to tho Supreme Court, witb the assurance that there
jubtice would bu done her. She has persevered in
the most beroio manner, and against every hiud
erance. and has at last won ber case.
Mr. Adams, the American Minister to England
hns been overwhelmed with invitations to dinners.
He never knew his popularity until the moment of
his diplomatic decease. It is said that some mem
ber of the family of the late Sir Robeit Peel made a
large Gre-Kcreeu of articles cut out of the Baoera
abusive of the bead of the bouse, and that Sir Rob
ert in after days often looked al it, and smiled. . If
Mr. Adams baa any such scraps by him and. un
less our memory is sadly astray, tbey might have
been had he can afford to regard them now aa
simple curiosities. with a lesson, perhaps, if one
cares Ut think of it, bat with do sting whatever,
lie will leave amidst a profusion of compliments
aud regrets, aud as be re-crosses tho Atlantic can
meditate pleasantly on the mutability of popular
MnT3un Bright, for whom the English tories. a
few y.rs ago. affected a centempt, aud for whom
no epithet was too vile, has steadily worked bis way
into the respect of bis enemies, as well as secured
the attachment and confidence ot the liberal party.
Even the London Globe, an organ of the conserva
tives, is moved to say f him: " Mr. Bright is a
man of very noble type; he is the natural successor
of Charles Fox; he is the great parliamentary rep
resentative of the populace. It is fortunate for -England
to possess a politician of this order, of
such a mould that time moderates his extreme opin
ions without diminishing his energy or dimming
the splendor of bis eloquence. May we always
have such a tribune of the people."
Twenty thousand dollars to help to'pny off the
National debt, the legacy of Ralph S. Fritz, a be
nevolent citizen of San Francisco, recently deceased 1
has been deposited in the State Treasury at New
York. The testator, in his last will and testament,
says tbat as he was unable, by reason of ege and
physical ailments, to serve his country during tha -recent
rebellion, he desired to leave behind him. Iq
thai form, au humble testimonial of the gratitude be
ftlt for those whose virtues and valor nrvsrrvnt
what he regarded as the best Government mankind''
wero ever permitted to enjoy.