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Aw ll-r irutl w-rk. rs.v arl .tu I pr. a.U, the t.ller I
am tt ail rxleli . U run .l.ft'y i',i(lrr:iU-,aUnrirljr
I il.- Ini kli-n bo L-iTr an ti! nmte L-l of kill pay-
ahle ' l.i meet.
Ad.uua A WiliH In 1.1 another ulr on ToeIay r f ( N I.jr
t!i trm, pii. e li.w.ii; a I u;.. fallim; off (rai Ih
i t -rtni :l j'.
Ttl-r Ai'l i harms If-rn iU-'..-i! of ! the If.iwaiian fJov-rrnne-M,
lnr- will be n. Ik hull l.-.I.iy i.l v. rti .1.
uuie-l Ij.llcr. .pirK't- le R-re I.ur-, mvle an a
'Cnnwnl on Monday U-l ! The tyrfii . f hi rrl.!..r.
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rwrwllt . rti!.l'i.
Th-.m ia cir., th
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laie ki rwn rlT.-r ld a fr..ni 5 t I1J rents a ind.
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rov V incut. ir..W3.
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rU puMiAtMtn umiv'J tt-mt itv Ifwh l.-..'tmwi.l !.- itf
...wliMf ftVir- aa f-prr-nliii tt- pr wi.l aiunul prtitr of
anftirrt in ih W'irWI. ami Ih 'mnt.fy rtff.-um-.! tw IY4iwf :
A-x. 1 nnu.nm tiliniiw ; t.tff, I ll.. ii.mjo ; Aarrr,
li,'l.m) v Alrira, .mi.ihjo, ant Au-.rjli.t, 4.ii. T-)r-rnl
anniwl rimi l in t riw" in -r.ulf. T.T" TI
ail'-rramirw- v in luWn I r nx.fcuiK. h.UV'l'l; t-t ilirw.
?r.An.F& Th cutmimbtlirfi f rtiru- .f rurif -1 .
trnit, nw hll.framiri' al lb fut; 1.ix al I'cni.
i;-,l', al al i pftl, A" -.i--
iiii ar- th ! ..I pil..turf... Lwa rl ah.irC.ir- niil..
li-lwl ai lh a. .rl, - '.iU-. al lie? nw JZ. r. h-nc.' I; a-
t-u-.i'm' lr.l ami miiwar.! rrr n.i. it -r i
t.-..i.i,.M.n,.i :-... .; -.ii--ru.Ki..Mi.
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-J . K.ki P -m Pm. f ; - P- l.. ; I ih P
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k . H trh-t t)' V't Pm, I ri-m.
Mt a-) ialil fan M fftipl -nKm-rin f n!
hw ai-r pr.wliir-il ir Vra wbi-l i- pr'k-K.ittir..! I.y a.l
imliT I Im nrvi f lh m-1-1 fr:Mriiral m-nii.ri f IV- a..
H t Iw ait'il i ri'lti'i-intf i.l.-frM l.ni n I ! U l.-il-. iiaf II;
ray. A amy h tv f.r mu h a'lnll. I .ll rf.rril- il :
Tlw airthiiM. m in llw mtun "I a ihi.fi anrtp-r." i lw.ll
i a ,hr. i l am.Mi ri, t I in i.iir al llw h.i..i.
an. I winh B Pmih. lump nf .:. if.ri Irnntv. Wu. t i w il- r-t-Mhi.
ar plii-! itjiitRpiv nfnl-iiil a.r j-.w r. Th. j
ar aiippii. il wiih Ci-am ly at'u .1 altil'P lnh. hi"h -
Pi fur art.ii hi"! P. a touti-v n r ar.f a I i. Tlv- "arirtnir i
aurr.ii'Hb.ii hy a i.i rr.m- . nj.p.iiiipg iri .iriX Tb-t
Il i.f,im,,. l.rm.M. raninrMi.Huwn-w.an.1 U.r!iP, i
w,ill.ir.uhi--blirl:l..n..U. Il.aii.rlw-.IP an irun I
tn(f iinvf pt P.nit. w..rk""l hy a wi-, ami Imiii( mi-l ihsv i
h'lii.lr .1 rriliul"t ! ai inrl. Tt- ilumwU ur arr r. i
aa P tnrwl llir fi-rli a Bii nivf. al llw rl an inrn a
iiimiw. l,-r:U rvr.m-i.l " n M urw an. !
lnr w! .f-nin. TU" w iirt.t Itv b.jni .in.. ill U.m-t .1 '
Pi nli- Un' .triniif! Iil-. ami k-rp ii Hrmly nn ttr tl. m.
A .um'IIi li.l-r:in IV-ilrilk.l l'l iPp liiaa tt-ur r. .
l nr. . r rirnMr'
ik r N Tt' r.ll..int cf.U will .h.ar anjim al a
Klimrx tlf l'mr'l r.f lh irmm. ami th- cuirilo r l l n;nl
in a p"ilml. Thr-y a mlwl L.mnnf" nj P JO-pnfiy."
T Brt r .lunio Hup mimN i, fwt t-r.n-l llv- Irutti in
.l-prmi? I Inrh 4.'T Mil per ft.,
-tynny It lnln- naila prr th.
&-l-nuv It loch in naiU ft PA.
K-r-nny ' lm lv Irt? naiU r if.,
"l-nn 2i inrtwa 111 naiU -r ft,.
N-tnin 't) ioelo lul naiU irr ff.
t'l-jx oiiy H iiM-lva is kills r Tt.
IJ-irnnv -1 inrh' n.nU -r ttv.
J-irnny ri) lix Va 21 o.n! --r ih.
il ikra 4 inrh- M nail irr tft.
r'luaea l iiu Vs Ii nail p-r tf..
Itir4 i iiM-nra lo naiU -r Itv.
iV1 IwIm 7 nail -r Itv.
p.ikr U ft nailK prr fh.
m III. a la lit" an rl.m.-t- i.f qtianlily ami auitahle m (r
any jnh ..f w.ra r;n In- nv.'r .!. ''. .ia.
PORT Ol IIOIJOLULU. II. I.
Feb. 11 Am mh hk ll W.a Mar, llerrtmleco, from a rrniae
no lltK l.i tw.
1 t-S. hr :ry, front Kio.iL
It irht f airy 14 i-n. Irnn Karui.
.V frh V to- Merrill. I amt rt, (rim Kau.iL.
IS p. h suli!a. from M.ioi.
IT Ht Hr Vt.tma.liawa. fmnt MaaL
IT iehr l.nka, from Mani.
IT-H. hr M.S krikl, fr-mt VI mi.
it ft.iiiA.nl'. i ..uotatti, lriin .Maui.
Isi4. hr IN. IVU..W. !. front liawau.
I4-H. hr W iiroirk, front . ki.
Is H. h Artiv. lunry. front Iliw iiJ.
! Hrmv Owania. tfmt Manl anil M.aikai.
I t H. I Ka M.S. front M.oi.
l Hi hr Haiti-, Nik, front Kauai.
I)KI. ItTt'll t'J.
FrlK 11 m hk Vrnon. KiWr. -r litsl Hu.L
V I ! " Atrhtk, liawaU.
ja i. hr lljiiw. .Van. t t Kaoiii.
IV II w hit M iiuwlitt, Enshh. for lUnil north r
i.ulU nf IIm. E.Wttir 10 Ihf Pariflc.
I V ii hr Kinun, Man! ami II il
Ik-Ki ln Fairv Mrrm I r K 1a.1l.
K i,0ir V-tii.- M.-rnll. l.:oir-rt, i t Ka11.1L
i; - A'hr M wibl.t. rVrnll, t ll..tiL
IT ! ' M trf r.lleft. t. V.tnk.
K i-h K:ir. ". 'rarv. r M.uil anj Hawaii.
14 An VI.4 K-ial, Mao
I ii-h VVarwirk. .r ltnuL
.hr M ma twit, f.r ManL
I hmk hinlk-r. l ulb-v. .r Aut Ttnnr'tmrn.
1 Ant arfer A !.. Lllvatn. fKlluoil. ft.
pon? or 3111,0.
A II R I V X
Trt. IV V nl ri k Rliibrilt fwo.t. ITU.; Bkin frwa
t RmlaiL Lamfc-.l tt tl rn, ad al I V-AA-faw
Fow a Fa . pi-r l '. Mr:ty. Ihi .Ur. JDttt.
frua) t ttUT r V-rrwin. fVhrititry tJth:
H.I awui. rt I,." I fixric 6?,!T
' t Ifciiuvi.ttic aVit
Fim )-t rnK Piric rv )i.iun.iliit, T bruary
ill) rr.iiU ml alorva.
' t ltmwt ...........
r.a ! riwii-r' W HiiW, rrfefnary ltlt :
tt'iniuoiM. hutir li-. .... lot rtiit. lofia... OTi
MoliiMa, fMm 1'..11 Aud .f.
tin.- -..iun. f 7 TI
tnia.t. ..... .................
foa r rit-Prr Al.wU.t. Thrn:ty 1 nfc;
uller, ........... ..." iif,r, t.a ............ V'.' Mil
toliiie, $ula ........ Jtiill. on. ...... ...... ta
V dilv ilomrt . . . . . ..................... :S."S Ti
llttaa Hot wa 1n ftiiiiiriliiy, f t.
Teh. ai tN-rofufr ,
riiHmnl t toireh. at Vll;t. tf i Km. J. r. ).itu, Mr
aii.rt'ifc llaaa t H ,im Klunaimt II ilnva.
Mii'Mtas In ihiacity.m tti 1i!i :.t .ft mj f .nrf ih ,
rt mirii'W th hiiirt. Mr. J.imrt .Mi-.rt.uM. arfril 4rt .r ,
w,w,l w w. a pittn. . f It. Lie .1 M os a.,.1 . f,iru.U an.1 '
rviktira lit !ua f'ranriro an.1 .r l(rUiua.
William IL WVM.. Ih.- Imilder of the l.oncla.1 ,
h'tudortra. which wa iod.l t ih French liovern-'
hunt and rechri.-tene.I the l;,han, ta . has re-;
rrlvr.1 a Irtlrf Irom lh- Kirnth MiiiUin i.f M,itini
ptakinv- in bi'h prai of t!, .s ami savin-
m.re.thar r.pt U ih.- rx ct ition ..f her mr-1
cn:.. r. it 14 Hint, . i ti.at h- may n e. ive orders
lor othr vre-i..i of tin s.inir iu.mI.-I. and naturally :
let Is im hif;U t.ttli. r at thf pr.ti-.' Le i r. ceivir.-.
While it may W satiraet..ry to u to know that we j
- , V. , , ' ' 7.'71'. . .1- ,.
j...' i. .mj . - P4ii.wn.il i inula nut
strongest and l-t war -tiij ever ni.nl iri America
Is in the foc..ion uf a forei-n power viiih whom
r.ir. tr not probatile. is at Ii-a.t iosible. In the
pnwnt condition of our fort the .'7i i.n'. we
lnutrlri. coiitd enter several of our harbor at
will and take b.r own tim to .s.ilt ns. Sl i
.. . a . . -
misfit 1m ii44'il ii r Iw riiiibtf4 an. I .f.vmi rn.a
im th t!i."p i. tii.i. fi mi 'ht .hi ir..T .t..-.t
i.in . im ..n t.f - .nt Ir ..t.l .1, .
. mi . i ... .i i. . ..- i.
vi.ui . now ij" ' nai.i. juit in wmi
sort of tiiiil and prevented from tjoinii to al.hite t
Thk SvrKtit.11 Arti Lxri nrriov. A brief note,
addressed to th I'resi.h'nt of the l;.yal Society.
rrof.-sor Norileiiskiold. written at Kbl. Jiiy.
:Ltrtitn1.atV t K re T C a- I . a.- iti..nt a V J if t I.. a
Swedish Arctic Kvptdition. The hih. it latitude !
U which tl party were able to navigate their
tenner ww th i-l : de- 0 iniar whi te i. e st.rre.l I
thcin. Ttius J4 the end of Aiiju-t; but a wt-ek
later the seu w u clear, and from one of the LLih- -
t peak of Parry I-lind "traces only of ice for- 1
ther northward c.tiM be n-. n. The exploring ;
. ,. . , . L --1
t Kohbe ll.iy. mule main for lU n.rth. whether ;
to .is.t 4 winter the .e ..r nt is at imnerit nn- I
.-rtain. M.ar.l.ife. U,e r.. il s?,. reiurn t .-we-1
den. bi ingmg five l the evploruii.' artr." Hti the
rich cetd-iiieal. 'd .tfi.-.il and botanical colhc- ; l
lions niad' during the fir-t i;ttt of the vojaffe. ,
It I j i.r.O. kl.l.- t ri.r.f'or... that in :t f.-w weeks we
i.oim " mal fiurin tU' trt tl f t!. va-. .
j. ...... - -
shall get roll p.ii lK iii.irs 01 an 111. 11 our eruerpris-
iiur rivals h ive .li- oered nn.l a. ii;ir. . -in-e they
rpsM.l -h. Arefh- 'iri-U in .fuly I -t.
SATVIWAW FETtlll'AllY 2".
Wi; J,avc t ik n ni jnrt in t1i; rcc tit l.s u .n
ri-Lntivr t. tli? r-r Iit-jii.-i .f His M-ij-i-tyV i-rrn-!
nt f-'r If.c intrxiiK tin if Ihth'.-J )t t"
Iri.fti ifit?4 in f .t .it f ! S'ii In 1 1 1 . i rlr finrtl
I ; ' ; .
; Ar aij., t; alW(.r ; tl,v ; rt eminent
I 1 k"- taken the trouble t i inf .mi ur-
i f;Ivx a t-i t! C e!.;ir,:" anl d'lii.lN .n:.iiiied HI
; th--5 IJ- r', und hae ohtaiti'.-l i;-arly s jj
. nblc II. e I.i.-tory of tlic Vovaire ut.n whie:
M-nma Isa L h faitcl.
The 3 pr j ri-iti n .f tiiirty thmand d'd!.;r,
f .r th j tirj-j-e .,f intr.hit ii. lahnrf f:-.iii t!.?
Siath S-a. jawl the A-wmh!y on the LTteeii:!i
d.iy of June la-t. iin c whieh we l.avc heard tari
iu4 rniii'-rs of h-m-I ftttinz t' IT'k---1 ti the
voj.igr, all of whidi l..wev r Lave j Tvvol faL-:
U"tij ,c , j, Ui. ,,t ,,f t:,c .f,tu,M Ij-a vr.4
, , ,- . . . . . . .1 .
ma.h j uhhe. I he I .. ,vt -rmuetit vrrter Mate that
the ima-up f .r carrvin into c fi t t t!ie wi-h ,f
the I gi-Ltivc inMj Lave If n taken aw
. - ,, -M rireillit.llif would l ni.it." We
wuld a.-k f the i xiIiip.n would n .t Live 1---n
,. .j..,-i -t
. i:i! rt iLen iipitin mih-i: l.ut f-r the failun' ft the
;.venini tit t- fati-fy the I'niti-d .Stat--s Minirt r
I!. !-i l. tit of it miidii-w? Iid rt tlie jihlica-
ti in thi.- eitv bv the l"nit-l htatct Mini-ter
Ke-ident, T thjfdl'.wing r.-s-dution ol the L"nit-J
l-tat.- S i.atc Live ".in.; tff- t in il.-Livin the cx-
Wkrt: tU- lr.-f!ir m l.'- r.r.. ir .t.-r-.n-! fr-fn h.n
: arl l!-r .j.-t-rn e i;.n.' !. n a IJ- li-r 1 rl--. I-
l..... ... l. - .1 li. I ...Lit Ml .Ir. Mlnl.qnuh llul l 111
iwonw. ...... a . .(.. f r-m p. m- -p.r.i m..i ni
-"-''" L''U."U1L: :l!"u.tt,"-r.v.,,'r:
pll Tiri -..- I r . , pr-T-m iw -i "
I in il ! a riKUimi u.' n l.tl-fii if ff-m Hi--
I rnrr ui I 'l : li rn.j . it. -t.l i f fril'l ir.-Pl -i
f.tr r.f ma- wl'.n- r-e.r ; Iv-r il il f- f.rr
!" 'I. T.'.aI il i If. 'S-.t v f l (i..vrrnwr.t ! c-x-'t-t
r l Vf K.rl -r.liiiril f u-tlw-n. Ihr--ri mli il A i-ti-rwn,
t.r lii purf- l pf--nti:i ifir firtl.r intrIui Ik-i 4
rtm.'.v - int'i t-t h' n:. h r-. f Ifi-- c.Jj w-i.l ll.rit-.
ttfitmfmtt. 'JVt 11 Nil 111! bit ft. '!-.( It'.'-i J-ali'l
l1 .r- n.f r--...i.t 4 tlr- I I ?tl .
j At--t; J. V. Toa ev.sk 'r- nrv-
We are ridvi-.-I t!:at the luini-try and t f
frieivN of th' iiH-n-ure Lave h ft ! tiiniis i. i.t r i I
i to -eeiir.- th- ci-oj-rati'n .f th tl. rgy and
Aiii'.rieati M.-si tiarie in inrrv ing out the .V-t of
t - . ii . i . i. . .i ......
--.tiV.- A-r In'dy, nM We kll-.W that they
I.avr? rignally fi!'l. At I.-ast otn- el.rgym.ui wa
n j r-j
nskl t' pr;e d in the Ves-el n the agrfit .f the
,. , - . . . .. .,. . ..
lr'lor I Illtlllgn t loll. tailing III tin attelllj t
z -! j- j
-. euro tli? j-r i. e of .!; of the llii --ioluiry I art V,
. . .
nill tieg. itiatloli JTo'1-.d S W llulilllliy lit it j 1 the
ie-iril agent n.-k.s that Le may !? nl! wel to
noininate the -ntai:i whu r-hall cimm.itid the
Vermel, d.ubtlTS firling a want fifoinfideiM Ciisto
the intentions of the 'KT'ht and not curing to Is
made tin: tool of iKigning men. The lrty is
iiameil, a man whom wc know In be well acquaint
ed with the idandcrs of this ocean a man '
whofC name an-1 reputation would Lave dis- .
armed all Hirie'..n ns to the liomt .p-eeutiiin j
j if the Vojage. Strange t Kay tle I".anldrop tlic
intcnl-I ug'nt and again enst a'ut fir a jersoii
t take charge of the exjsil.t ion.
Having fiiliil in rsi-urinj; a f r.-on from out the .
ranks of the clergy or .American lui.-i-ioiiaries to
give ft torn? of rTi-etabiIity to the fchcni', the
IMinirtry Ht k t obtain letters from nunc one or
jnorc of tliem to lui-Monarics htatioiiol at the inl
ands which thi-y jmqo v holing, ami ng.iin they
Hail. A very general fel ling of di trm-t prevails
in the rtligiotis and ini.-douarj' clement of our
jpiihitioii. The editor of thn FrimJ d'c, it is
...e, r I. -l. IcAdh. mthlc ttbh h tlic em rnl
rc-.idcr would interpret a-supjartiii the 44 liondol
labor" ayj-tem or the Government; but we can
afi ly a.--rt, after a onverntion with him, that
thi.i inttrj relation wa n..t intended. lie hiq-
po-ed tliat thenatic3 would Ijc landed hereto
contract i t themselves. At l.i'-t the Mn:na h t
s chartentl, aii.1 ('apt. l!ngli-h is put in cotu
mand of the vcs-s l nii.1 duly cmwerrd ns agetit
of tin IJonrd. Wc know that Captain Hnli-h
i:,itM. imirincr, nnd i rcp-rtol to
cuiici.Tiie'I iri tlie co"inut oil biiinc-s at F.in
ning's I-Land, arxl that it is fa id he ha 1-e en in
tlic luibit of pnenring nativm from the r igh'or
ing HanU f r t!;e ruri-e of manufacturing the
oil. Farther than thin wc know nothing. The
obliging, kiml-heartcd, revcrcnl olitor of the
FrimJ cnJnH- him ; ikj wc appljr to liim fir in
formation, anl Fm- ai-fures us that he knows but
little tnniTnii:i2 Lint by irsnal ob-ervation. but
th.it he !. Inl t!iat he inT the rcputati-.n
t.kail'J U1PI .UdV il V t KKTk IH Wlr-
Thcvcfw l and cat tain living Istn semircl, .
tl crew mn.-t U- -hipjed, ami we know tUt it
was Mr. I.wrtt wl-h tliat native Hawaiian
alioold cmoi. the crew, but tliat nativen of other
i."Ianls in t!il -enn lid len l .ki-l up, p.-rhaj
unintcntiorviliy (?). Rml tLit Capt. Fnli-Ii said
tliat he l ad n nMrm r, l!at he wooU take the
other Handera. Mr. fwe-M ni-urd ns tluit he
iu.-rintcnh'il the rhipping t,f iht cTew of tlic
M'tuna Isa, atfl that l.e c.nver-l with cacti and
every on: of them, and t-.k tin., at Capt. fjig-Ii.-l's
ugg-Ftin. t!l tin- trongi iflandtm
that t!ie irI would ii .t t hi. h at tltt i-Lnd.
Wc w.miM a.k, was then- h i mi-ldle-man or men
employed in the ihij j ing of the crew ? If we arc
Dot mi-taken, Mr. ).w-ett has admitted that
i""i" " : T w wen- slot Ixil on tlie artu Ie
I it. the loth insUnt. Cai-t. Ianiel
mith ay tl t b n the itt w ranw to be pined
on tin; arti. !es, U- in(.rmol them that they vwn?
the ve.-d i rt urn t
...,,',. TI r-r ......... :. ,f I - .1
l"n"'Ul u- 1 "toment Italicized urpr.l the
natives, but laj t. Smith nl every mctins to
Uuxle tlu m unU Tn'1 tUc tuatUr U f'TC "
tereil tbeni on tU- artn I.t. U c are al- infrmcl
that nativts ofr..nnr.-an-1 al of tlie (iilhert 1-1- :
, , . .',..' , . , I'i'.i ,',i , '"
aM 1 1 ' I I r'i hoi. and told that the vc- ;
1 w.w -on- to their n-i.tivc i,I.u,ds. .Mr.
Curtt. Lvotis at; 1 the Ih v. Ir. Gulick had l-,th
, . ' , e , r
," 'n """ "f the-- fiets, nnd .Mr. L. fiirt.i-l.e.1
us the item, " !.ij f.r what I'ort ? in which
wc eanm.t deteet any mU-taten.eiit of fact.
At the nwtof a -cnrlcman. wc tr.ii,Ie.l
with him aloi-p-ide the Mauna Is a an 1 on. sti .nol
one Stron-'s i.-l.in.'.er, and he paid to us that he
know "'.at e was not p,,.,- to it,.u M.tnd ; .
that he was iM twer.tv d, liars a .....tb n...l
wantnl to in the bark and return here a--ain ;
that he Woul 1 like t - his fitol'ii-r l.n.ff.oru n,.l
. . . . .
t.,rt S.'nr. I rr.fivr. I... I l.w.n v.... ....-I
an.1 cri.s-txatnincl iv a d. n or twenty Ix fore
wcaw L.m. .M.-clin- the native alone, s-mc
time afterwards, wc a-ke.l him if he did not leave
his rmpl.er ls.lU-ing tli.it he was going to
'"r I-lan I. and he j rnnptly aii-wcred in the
affirmative. Thi- is e..rr.''rat-.l bv his statement
t(, u j ,v,.r Vc t cu a.j.,.lf u j,,, t..l 1 v .11
t 1 w
"' Lvid-ntiy c..nt.;.-oI, l.e an.-wt n-I. " I d .:i t
know; I think so.
TI. ...!l... .1 .- 4 tt, .t t... ..I... .K.a.n ....I
j.ll.tr-.. ma. ir I'm i"iiiiuii null
cxi'diti.ti luid ver t-ll them that tht-y were
going to tn.ng"f I-Lind." W't re not tVe uor-N '
., ,rifl ih. ,,,., Jlt, r th...ig'.t? ,
the -New I-i! .rd shipj mg ma.-t r or rui.n. r t
Mii i-r' I t ! rii-tfU with a v!i.i!.n i uu r-
..I-... fi.t I . ta-I! J I rri.r"a la. t al fl.'l f ' a V . T. f.a
- 1 1
flop 011 a Ii-hmg v.v.i.'C ; t..at the ena-ewul I-
a . rv p' t-e. log f . i- f 1. 1 :h: t
t-vl will t..u It at t!ic1-.intirilYUTn I-I.iii-l,
uii-l at tin-.iri us j-.rtr on tin risitf f Sut!i
! Aiii ri'a. ainJ the Tdur-- 1 ad ird.md of the
. Sut!i l'ailio? The Ihivs ari dieeiel ncM-rthe-'
!e.. and e-o wc affirm were the Strung": I-l-aud'-rs
in the flirt instanee.
The lJ-i:iid of Iiumirati 'n iiun' an air of in-
jim-d inn.vii'x-. 'J'hev wmil.l have tl.e vv.-rld Ik--
lieve that tlieir -.ur-e i" oj-n and ah ,ve-h-rarl.
Ix.-t u- lo.,k int- it. It i a-s-rti-.l that we d n-.t
" -toj. t- r :!eet that n-:i!!ien w re j h nty, and
that a MP'n's Irian 1 man .vas no hotter, and
jp'ah!y i.vt ii'r'A as a 11 iwaiian." Kn.jwin
the f.i t t!.:;t tlic? Hawaiian was the U tvr ix-nman.
and that the owner of the hark hehevol to,
we did relh et. We s;i-jeet that the .""troi.V i.-l-
an-h rs and natives of II- re : ni Ueean islands
were diij j-d that they inight be ns-d as st rd-
j igt.vr.-' -r d.-e.v-lijek-.
Again, Captain Kng'ish offered to take any let-
tor or jaretlri whi.h the Kcv. Dr. .'ulick wi-he-l
to M.11I. In accord anec with t!ie offer the Itor
wrote letters, -acked Ixodes, together w ith files of
the hu.,k.,a and Aihrti-r, f -r the different mis-
. . . . , . , ,, 111
M,n Mati.n.- wh.eh the bark would j.robably
vi-it. :ttil bxik them to the offix- of the owner .f
the v.t-s 1. A few .lay l P.re the bat k sailed a
member of the Iturd mllol at tlic residence "f
the I). - tor and Mated that the Hoard n-.juirrd
that lettcre and ijers militating ngain-t the ex-
I-lition should 1-e withdrawn. The I) nt"r, ai
NTi-tary of the Hawaiian U-mrd of Missions,
e csii.eu tij-m i'j enlighten iui-MonarieMatioiH-l
t' tU "tl.warl and westward of the roi-d
'wc, and did so. TI IJ-iarl, having the
pjwtr, 1.- Jine-I t. allow the tnin-mis-ion of tueh
letter or newsj.-jrf. Were not file of the
iovcrTiiuent japr and Frit ml p-nt? A gt ntle-
man r n:irk--l to u that it would not 1-e fair to
allow the Io tor to write to the missionaries, as
tl... lt..r.l -r t. . ....i.i ... . t
" .in- run irji ot j I i-j-. I ij
n j rerouted M l'ire the mi-.ioiiari(5. Admit that
the argument i sound, but ei.uld there be any
-iule unfairness in letting lihs of nil the news-
j.ijcr go to the misfionariea and let the m be
g ivcrnoj by their own judgment after a vrueal
of Ifitli .iden of the ijtiestioti '.' However, thi
a. ti-.ti i in kt ping with the -Iiey of the piv
t rnuniit. Attempts hae l-en m ole to puppn-s
..j .r.itioti ap.-r-, and ir the g -venmient had the
povi r. us l oinpleti 1 v a the K'.ild of Immigra-
tion Late in this inMancc, this coiumunit v would
le coiii4:)lcd t-i take eveiy iti
em of new after it
illamv of a .ivern-
had lawol under the htirvei
metit o,.r. The Un- of the M,u,,,
' cmiiiee lis that the late envoy to Waybill,
I.: if given up nil liojisi of the i.-age of the
llf ippK ity Treaty. The "on .lie r-yi-teiii ol thtx
Tnx. c,-lI--t intr.
irlands is very dita.-tcful to t!ie majority or the jmx vesicle, or it h.l lost its virtue by exiHisuic to Judge Holmes' fertile miud h:is been so sueecsfully
I'l-iti-.! States Congros, and tihlioii.'h this lait ' ,,,c air- ''hes.-re pm.luce.1 by re-vncci nation, though exercised in exiting the extraonlinary intellectual
, , ". , , r . n . . ., i witli genuine virus. Iocs not furiiL-h mutter iiuit-ible excellence of the author of the so-called Shakesiieare's
M heme may lie rdyled free immigration, j f(,r use in allothor t it Mu a j,,, of a )r,1K.r. . ,.iays, tliat it is quite impossible to think of anything
" bundiil labor," or by any other name, we Mi.-jit 'cut character, which nllonls no protection against the i It does not signify whether that author be
: that eoii-rr-.-iiifn will htHI ilm el..ven f.-.t I small-pox, and which is in itself dangerous." styled llacoti or Shakespeare, or whether his Chris-
44 The liberty of the citizen is as Ku rod for an m:iny "'fiding on thoc hdands who might iossi
liour as fir n life-time." We met with this wnti- j ht'Nr under the imj rcssion that bcc.tuHj the
iiu nt iti print n few dayn iinec, and quote it here "t attempt at re-vaccination failiil to create the
as not only true, but as in a incu.-utc applicable ; poro which t-hould follow the ojicration, that their
to Home j haM?s of rn-sent alTiirs.
Taxesinthisi-uimtrynsrcekom-donthen 'oTc -
irjui.LIOII llU IIUV Oil" rtlUP. .l 11IU liinb
frl'lfiir ii.V 1t.tJ-il .mtt roioi...!.!. I.. n..a.....
The Ktatctncnt to the world that this U a lightly
? . '
tnxol i-cople ih platiMi.le tut lar as any statistics
csin pro toward contradict 1115; it,
-s a matter of
fact Imwcvcr it in well known, and it is neknowl-
eded too by very many, that there in a very nn-
' -juai uinnoiuiotL 01 mc LurUens ol g .vcrnnicnt.
; Ti'W is not .h nicl even by the iimt t nthusiastie
ndmirt-rn and mipiorten of the Government. An
;"" I "gre, bowser, toward a change Liih
; been made n.- thin : that at the lar-t fcis-ion or the
Fgilaturc a ennancnt Committee was npjmintcd
to coiiMdcr the matter, to mature 1 kins for new
tcuw of taxation, and to rejiort tin rcui.ni to the
next I.cgitdaturc. It will Ik? Wiic in mind too
that there a Handing provi.-iot, f r the ii.en-.ise
of projerty taxes in -ae ,.f the final n.tifi.-atiot,
ot tlic J.itiprMity ireatr, the action or which arm of an infant and from a w-ab. One KKcecd
j Treaty will materially dimini.-u the anuunt of in- : ing after live ojrations, the other after seven.
I direct taxation. The la-t sentence in the item quoted is very
The Hawaiian" thorn-elves do not c-M-eiallv Hjeitiie 11t-.11 one tiint. that 44 tho K..re i.r,.lJ
i comj-hmi. They are not h coih laining to-plc
1 nejr u i prcier nm. ring wrong to making di-turb-
ani-c. In int ol fact, t-m, the tribute to their
-up riop is i- much lighter than it med to be,
t it is not fe't that 7 re !, , nv r.
.1 it is not K-it mat toerc is anv prc-Miiir rea-
- 1 0 -
ron 1 9T 0,1,1 1 -Moromr tnrv nave not yet
f . a . .
C" - ----- - " " v
. t -a
n iriiue n n..t k.. iniii l. ., .: ..
rvvitiuc is ii.it m tiiuiii a trioiite to a sujsTior as
" "tment for thcg a.l of the country. TI
K iuijm is tnat iin tlie lalmrof theemdies. ;
:fie uonamis a neavv ii rctutaire for tlie e-ovcrn-
. n .
; iiieni to ia ne in tins cai-e, wIiIht it ernes rroin make its ape-:ininec here, it would -c a vvie
the j Linter or from the colic. To thcerclit of precaution f..r iir:ies who have not cxi.crioiiced
former it should U raid that it Las Uh ii uu- the projer and regular result or rc-viuvi nation,
grudgingly j.iid by ti c emj l..yer in in.t in- ! to try again.
Minei-s." We luurt add, however, that ther-; is
K.t ic iin-.ttul prim iph- ituohid in this trance- I 'V -V-w IIlnctn li.v of wiinkex.
tioti whicli laniiot in tins artiile Ik; di--ii-e-.l, j 1 n re .
ouin- to its intimate connection with the Umde.! Having- road Fovenil old biographies of Shako?
lal.r ituei.ti.n. js-are nnd found them uiu-utirdactory, we hailed
Not only arc the taxi-s on t!c common jcnj !c with delight tlic nhti ounccmcnt tliat Kiehard
onerous, but and this is our in-sent object in. White had written n new biography, to nccoiu
touehing uj-m this Fubj.tt there is more or Ir-.-s ' iatiy the Flays tf the t."n-at Dramati-t, to be
of what we are i-.iinjUl to call J-ctty tyranny ' publiphcl by Little, Crown &. Co., of Ikihton.
conm- ted with the Collcetiiig burino.-. This has The ji.ru.-al of this biography is one ol the most
hardly pp-arcd heretofore, at lca.t has hardly jainftil and unsat'factory ta.-ks we have undcr-lut-ii
known to th.se who oppnviatc its true i taken Tor a hmg jcri al. After all the recent rc
cltirawter. One reason of this, we fear, ban been search of S!iak-periaii scholars in Knglaml and
the idea, 1 common to ail of us without cx-
.. . i i . t i - ...
cctti-.ti, that one ode ami Mjle of ih-alin wi 1 !
, ., , r . ,
do wcil enough f.r a "kanaka or ( hinaman,
but hiut not Ik? nttemi.tol ..n white men. It is
at ten i j
cni-Miiraj:iti to i-ce that many are
iM-iimin to '
t''c '''"""' r"-"'1'"11 tnus tkcii, ninl to hjeak
and act avrdin-h.
Hire is a r.w? in I'-tnt. A fl.iri.nnan has paid
his taxes, lie holds the reiviot for that rv-
incnt. 'n.nu-h some mirdake, citlier bv the as- ' H-'Ilt"" n" I-,r:llltI wlth phenomenon, that a
cs.-.r or coll. etor, his name, or some name a t'"'-rntt ai tor cn"1 I'UMi't ss-mana-er of a Lon
fcood deal like it, -ots over into the li.-t of de- ,,,,n tllCntr'' uU produce a scries of plays
lifiucut tax-itvn, and he is fmallv served with
i ne ,s nnauy scrvol with
if f..r notlor- t . '
. , ii l..r iiotlur. cl.-c, to
a warrant, ll.c lictinan
K" to t"' -tati m-hoiirc
'" iccci..i, ana inai loo wi.en me warrant
rc:ids " aits ar at mv ofhec." meaning that of the
-iu-iico. w it is more or le-s ol a dis-
ITTatv to throtl!l!l the ftrcets with a tulieemaii
. i i
either ciat 1 ivcr or emtlovce. It is inaTin" nn
g . . . B
mien-cm ir--.n sutler mc o.n-H-ijtii tH-es ot tlic
mistakes or mcll.c.ency ol l.ovcrnment ofu.v.s.
! A foreigner would Hot submit to it. W hy should t.f that little information we owe to the reverential by. Uv the way, in the November number of
a native or a Chinaman? crt- of another actor, Thomas Dettctton, who vis.ted tii p.al'lic M,l?l7.in0t which didn't Come to hand
T1 , ... i ti i .. ... ,.. Miakesj-rare s native p ju-e, probably between loTD . w . . ,
( The reply will j.robably be r-.methm- like this : . alll 1375, f..r tIle expresj puqe of ritheriug mate- as a ouZht to' W!,f? a m,,f-t Kcr"a-. bar pily writ
Therc are s- many names alike, both of Ha- rials for his Li.gmpliy." i ten article on Kc-alakekua IJav, the "Last of
.,,;,..M,in.;,,.. .,..w,,,l...i:!.. ...!
.....I...,- ...... x ...... , ... .i.. i.niv, . v .in 1 1
make an index. TI.ev all try t.. g.-t rid of their
taxes," Ac. Ac. All sueh ilifli.-ultiei nu n lv i-all
e - i . , ,
f..r iip-re vigilance, more t u t. and m-.rc i r.-onal
attiiiti -ii on the part of ifn.tr.-, and n.-t f.r any-
thing that will infringe up..n the libetty of the
iii. 11. lbe . .v. riiin-iil !.- ii'.tiiiiig by eul-
The I i iVl rinneiil liases I. .t'ulig by col
tivatmg and re-js-eting the setsse ol js r-otial
rights. It d cs lo-c by taking any cour-e with
the hunibh-r 1 ia-scs whieh it iiuild ea-ilv be bid-
of by a lie ire
ha- In-en t!: It
r- in- 111 te: I v i
tl.at t!i-j Lr.l 1k.vii taxt-l, t! taxes t-
ix-jn.I lr i-mh other inli il:i:il, aro iiiij'l!i.l
t- jiiy t!w two .l..llarr- :i.Miti..n:il iwt-!. True. : -v tin? authur ol thr. iiuniortal lays,
tin y Iiv, an l Kiy ii.itliin. l-ut it i- n..t lair. li.H;i-.i.!irri have utterly failed, ainl even KicharJ
Oil'- (lerintMo i hai)ge in the law, and we know i. White is no eX'Vjti n to the remark. We are
of overninvnt oSici-rs who ret minend therame, (tni.Iiiig to retain tlioidca that William i?liakes
woull he the j n,viM.-n that after a certain date xaro l-'e I, ,n-1 e n"1'1"1" thost jilavc,
taxe- hoiihl K increasel, f;iv twenty rr vnt., ' cimmiilv attributed to him. hut we find the
ifn-t Tovi.us!y j-aid ; and this f.,r a t-!urt -ri"d
i.revi. . us ti the final i.-vuini of the warrant and;
the rlaein of the matter in the hands of the
The t r.srr.t v..t. .:T A.Y.n t. !...,i,i.t
r 'Us (..nly hy M,vk. and districts, without anv
general index or aij haVth-al list, gives tim? to '
: mure or less difficulty, delay and confusion. 1'er- :
s.jn are frjer.t!y assecd in more than one di- i
visi .ti .f the city, small as ir is. If there is a j
r-r rndernncc of names l.-eginning with A", let I
them be divided into those Wginning Kn. Kt , A',
Ac. We understand well the difficulties of the
whole matter; but in no case should the innocent
'c marched off to the stati on-house to atone lor
failures on the irt of government officials. .
.1 1-,. e .1 - 1
Another exemph heat ion of the s;iine pnnc.ple ,
is the fact which came tinder our rsonal o'-
K-rv atioii, and is un.JipiitabIe, that in one district
'f '' Kingdom and doubtle.-s in more than1
"tie a very large numJcr of legal voters were do- j
prived of their privilege to Vote by the careless in- ;
efficiency of the revenue officers in not recording ;
tlieir names in tl:e register. There is, it is true,
a outy on toe part ot the citi.en to sec tliat las
name is m-.rded, if the register is all of ten or
twelve miles from his house. This not make
it any Iew the duty of the officer to Ik? laithful,
and allord nn exfus; only f -r rascality or igno-
rinee. S.me also loft tlieir opi-ort unity for voting
by the wretched urir.ngcmcnt of the list used for
' reference on election dav, making it in the rush
i .,.i r.,-.. .v....l .i.
uii'i ' .in u.-iwii uiun Ull in Hie iiiv- u I ill. ii. lit, ii.iniv.
It 1m also been . matter of Pome complaint
1 that the tax Collector's office in Honolulu has not
been opesi as regilarly and continuously as it
' might Ik? fr the brncft of the public. Wc only
; Plate tin- complaint as a fact,
Iir. R..W.-1I n-iyi vaeeiiiatii.n h-v so fir prove.1
! ioni-tu:il tn prevei.t the spii- id .f the prevailing i-w
Hemic. The San Frauci.c
t i- . . ..'
i.e .MiMieii rsa.-ety takes me
I, . I. I .
opj'!ite a w. The uu
.iii-ii.x l'ea'l, neeause to
j mjiiy neglect to le vaecinaf.-l with frerh matter from
a truo e.iw-jH.x vesicle or scab. That a few jxrsons
. l....-n il.n .1; A ...1 I 1 . 1... t
" "v, wit iii ii..n ui
tlieee:iMS tlie operation was not of recent date, and
1 v- . .. ..
the virus hud paasol fn,i the y.tem.
In all other
! cases, we supjHoe tl? 0sr:ttion failed to protect be-
cause tlie matter u-sl was not frum a ecnuiue cow-
.. . i i . ... . . . , .
Tlie above appeared in tlic Sin Francisco Timet
oomc time t-incc. In reading over this item we
were led to Itclierc that there wore doiibtler-s
pyfteni was j.rotcctcd fnnu ti former vaecination
iOne inrdanec ban come under our observation
1 i 1,0.1 1
s.. to... 111 1.11 I'lllt.-t4 Oil tiuij iitiieis
tatY4 finv 1lil in Hm tir -P ra m .i-ra l.nl I ..n
attaint,!. The sorefl npr-arcd and b formed
. ...... 1 1 . .
ami came 1.11 within ten days, but there was 110
fever or other evidences that the virus had done
its proper work. Xot satiVfiitl the i-arty wan
again vaccinated, again without result: ncain the
oj-craiiuti was i-rlonnca and this time the sore
, apjared and matureil in due time ; the fever wan
exa.Tien-eI and the Forcnct's under the arm very
, Hcmdhly felt. Thin rceult of the fifth operation
wan pronounced by a phy.-ician one of the mont
. satisfactory wl ich had come under his observation
in quite an ext.'tiMve practice. Another instance
. uf which wc have been advised was the case of an
infant which Uid been oi-orated on seven times
before the desiicd result had been arrived at.
The cases inMam od were vaccinated both from the
V 1 7 - - a v-.av
. by rc-vaecinalion, though with giMiuino virus,
do s not furiu-h nuittcr suitable for 11-c in another
ca.-c." Wc are avarc of thirties who have liecn
rc- accinat.il Ironi the arm of a person whose
" , "w " V a. I""
. r-ire was the nult of re-vaicinnt i..n Int
. " " 1M- " " o tail uiaiioii. in.-l.lll ei
, or rv nrins realiv frightful to Jouk nt, have
vvuiv ft UU U'IPII - till) Ml. j u."ily llit.C WCTC
. . . . . . " ,.
, caii-el by the nniToj'r um? of virus from spires '
i-aurcl by re-vaecii ation, or is 1 haps were owin
to impuritio of Idxal in the tsoii ojerated on.
A. is it n v- r.n.L. i.. ti. ..,..n
- - - - I ... . . .v. riiiiu- n r. ailll
l',c Cuitcd States, an 1 after the grand tri-ecntcn-
I l .- . i if .i i
arj celebrations and Miakcsjs nan Ihrtl.-day I i-s- I
- . ,, , .. , , , !
tivals, we really hiiipoeed something had Imxii
puliercl together which would throw more lhrbt !
ujm the literary character of whom the
worM lias been taught to reg-.tnl an-1 revere as
the author of Ha nlet," "Othello." " Kin r
L'ar a,,J H,UlC tIlir -v i,tI,, r l,,:l.vs- 11,0 "ry
01 lllcrnTy n,cn in ami in-vicrn times pre-
"h-Ii M-mia con all other writings ol their
" " " . ' "
tin1- took up lute e Diographv, thinking
t"at oinethin- K,.tlf lCtory had been produced ; i
. J 1 '
Illlf nl:l5. It tat llltt Jl' ltle'l V 0?"Waf liillin.l O -J i I I
' - j j-- ;
j - f j w aaivttt v a ava j vi ill. t im i
"r,ucr ana olur I'l-Jgrnpino. Imui tlic lirst
a ifi . , T.. . ,
rnr-i-rMr.h rkT u fiir- 1 :i, hfvo tt ..i.-vr a
- i " -i - w
Although ill:am S'l.iKfJneflro wia o. ru-.mTir
:.. i. .i.. .... , "A .
.iiuu. Uij, iinmniiifi w u r- ,
oiii itje nare come ooicn to josirriiy. ira.iition ;
u. , ,
I.. ..f tl... r,i,;ir ..r ..,ni.:.i, '
v.. p.uwii yji '"."viiaw ukjii ,
vvhi.li to f.und a biograt-hv of Shakcst-eare's
life, we think his friends, admirers and bioTa- !
, . , c . 1 . . , ,
phers had lar better merely remark, in the style
"f M-ses, where he allinhs in the 11th chaj.tcr of,
th" lok of (Icne.-is, to the antediluvians:!
" tliiam M.aiiesjsar; livc-l cigbttvn years, and .
li'gat Su.-anr.a; and i llliam Shakespeare lived
alter he begat Sti-anna. about thirty-live years, ;
and begat a soli atid a il.mghtcl ; and all the days
Wiiliam l.akesearc wcte f.ft v-thr. e years,
and be -1 7. -1 . Si far 11- pr.-lm in tun. h, if any '
' tiling, wlii.h in ivallv troJitaMo t tlio liar.otor
' of William iiakeriH-an, ruij.finjx l.im to Iiavc
; f undati-.m t-lij rinj; out from under our feet.
"0 feel f-.niewhat as the w..thiijvrs ol ulols
' mav he mpi.-e.l to foil when tvuivdeu by
Peietue and revelation, to aeknowlodj? that their
favorite i h.!---1 is no r ut. but a snhs block
' of w..d or rtone. only lit to be east to the
'-moles and hats." Miss Tae..n may he called
crazy, and Judge lLImesa visionary hook-worm,
hut let those who w ill examine the subject as
thoroughly as they have done, u-riu lttt r lHks.
The Judge may exclaim in the words of Job,
tliat mine adv. rary had written a look."
On j-age 404 of Judge Holmes "Authorship
of Shakest-eare," we find this utterance:
The verdict of the Shakespeare Society upon the
whole tralitional biography of William Shakespeare
is. that he was a jovial actor and manager, net much
j ;florinR (rvm Mtvn unl . Mean-
m t marry this to his verse," says the learned critic
aiid philosopher. ,'o; twr uoio,!y else."
The question then may Ik? asked, who then
-v;is the a.uthor of those plays? Judge Holmes
undertakes to prove that ?ir Francis Ii;uxn"
was the author. Upon a question of such im-
portance and involving a discussion embracing so
wide a range of research and analysis, we do not
care to even venture an opinion as yet ;
must Mill ask the quest ion, propounded in our i
..i.,..... o f..,r o.r., sthl..--
irritt: Shaktsptart ?"'
Sune d.iys ago, wc loaned our copy of Judge
Holmes' 44 Autliorship of .Shake-jK-are" to a legal
gentleman, and he returned it, with the following
IIoxou-Lr, Feb. 9, ISC).
Mv Dkar Sir : I return Judge lb-hues' extraor
dinary work upon the authorship of Shakespeare.
The author's task requires a discipline and exer
cise familiar to lawyers, the more industrious of
vwumi are, not infixijuetitly, tempteil to examine
complicated rjuestiotis of literary identification. As
they have been trained to Mich w,.rk, they generally
do it well. The present instance is nut exceptional.
Yet I have Wit too long .it the bar to 1-e tnu.U.rted
by the ingenuity or force .f anv- argument, I always
wait ter the other sule, esin-cially when surriseI.
i ti... .l;it. . I .... :i .1 :.... i.i
.". " i""""""1 "" pieiiaiy
..r..r i ;'l.,.lr.n.J in l.l,r.. Il..l,.u
o it is
the numberless exjH,!.itioii3 of the authorship of :
Junius; or, to compare s-mall things with great, how '
I it w t.l till.rfi'wf l.ut line Ion.! t. fi v nimn 1.a I
I -- -.- . 1
A enatur who sat during the imiachment of
IT..1 i ' I . . -.....-.It 1.1.-. a. t W . f
j Judge t'hase, complimented the argument of Luther
Martin, because tt prevenUil him ln.nu thinkiug of
I nnytmns out. me case. CMimenow it seems to me tliat
. t.,.i.. ii. i..,.,. r....i:i..
tian name be Francis or William. Whoever wrote
thre plays must have had vast comprehension, pro-
1 .1 :l t . I .. .1. I .1 . l: -
f .uud phih'sepliic depth, subtle discrimination, vigor
ous and sjilendid imagination, boundless wit, icsthetic
culture and susceptibility of the mot-t delicate cast,
accunite observation of men and things and of all
the phenomena of nature, an exuberance of h timing
ami an universality of intellectual power, which far
exceeded the natural proportion of any tingle man,
or eveu a whole generation. Judge Holmes pays a
ricJ; tribute to the calm loftiness of Lord Bacon's
I foul "ni1 ,"t0',pcl by tnc suggestion that 44 a mind
! llHe. h,.s s,,..u1:1 cne but llttlc. fl,r ay lustre
nnht be adtlcxl to his nuine, or his meinorv. by these
tvritirnrc T flint lit IiMict lm t-lw-iiil.l l.ia ti .Hit.. .t
i -tiHt should shine forth with an illumination
snihcientlv brilliant and clear to reveal bv iLs own
light the soul and genius of himself."
Fxcnse my long note. I am enthusiastic over
Shakesjieare. 1'ruly, your friend, .
Now that the Montana is not expcc-tel to make
her appearance next week, weean recommend our
readers to fall back on Magazines for entertain
ment and profit. The American January Maga
zines arc all at hand, from our nearest neighbor
the Orcrland Mont Mi onward to the Kast. Of
F.ngliMi periodicals only December dates have as
! yvt arrive,L In ''"''ting on the comparative
! tUi?c eonecrning which any amount of
difference of ojiinion is allowable, we are com
pelled to place first the old stand-by, the Atantic
Monthly. It has its lazy sjclls, dry spells, de-
prcs.-cd spells, but, like other jieople, cotnes out
more brilliant than ever. The January number
is worth buying bv itself alone, it Contains one
of .James Ku.-sell Lowell's mor-t gonial, cosmopol
itan articles, 44 On a certain Condescension in
Foreigners." Wc shall proscribe in connection
. ...... i- r i.:. i
1 v "
wiiii inis a rc-rcaiuiiir oi I'lCKenrs .viiierieau
,n, with inexhaustible inkstand, gives
.. . - . .it .... . .'
ltic .vie.ni l aiiKees at Home, raiiier cotiecitei,
. t ... , ' . '
but very readable, nnd very true, esiceially when
he says, 44 That people is fit lor freedom which
can holda j n jer public meeting." Oliver W.
Holmes grows garrulous, and under the heading
of 44 Cinders from the Ashes" talks if his own
Iioy life and its reminiscences. To those inter
ested in American I'olitii s, the article, 44 The Sig
nificance of the Kcpublican Triumph," will be
profitable. Howells, a young writer, fuini.-he3
thestory of 44(iii:idi-nhuttcn." interoting to those
who study the relations of tin; aboriginal and the
agre.-sive races in Amerii-a and elsewhere.
I'utnam's Mayazinf: is if anything more deli
cately refined than tiic Atlantic, though not so
vigorous. It contains two engravings, ul.-. a fine
variety or Monthly Notes on Art, Literature and
all sorts or Current Topics. If lor nothing cl.-e,
we should buy this number for the article by
Mo.-os Coit Tler on 44 1 low they Manage their
Lectures in Kngland." 44 The Literature of the
Coming Controversy " shows that even literary
iiiiSLLii.iues iuc not iie.ii.ini .loom, reeoiuzi hj a
"... , . , ,, ., r ,
terrible antagonism ahead between the forces of
., . ,,, . ....
r,,uta,,t",u a,,,f "'"'''ni. ll.c story-teller
magazines arc not hesitant siliout reeo-Mnzm..-
of Co.ihacn," i. c, Hans Andersen, will ar-sir-t
in becoming acqnaintiil viih living authors.
The rot of the Magazine is entertaining rather
Speaking about l'arton, the Overland current
literature critic is.jierieetly ekeptical as to the
Partonian doctrines on " Smoking and Drinking."
lie laughs at him in true California style, he is a
rolliekin-, jolly Dvcrlander, with little reverence
and lc,s N,brictv, plenty of extra vitality to throw
it. i r . " . .
away, and what cares he for such prim teach n.'s?
, . , ., , , , . 1 r- '
He thinks l'arton had a lo,k1 time when he was
' " " ,C
Volll1z allJ vrobubiv waut8 to c ti.c fl1Iv r u
v , , ,
W. ajiaa, i V. IHI V V I rA, ' ll U II Ut; ty( t IU fit
ill the alitor please never turain irive us a i-t.irv .1
with such a horrid, disgusting finale as " Uuried 1
CJ 7 I
v l i... ir i i. .. .
" v i.ou ouu ejuciiuiu iueiieui ariicie, .jour-
nali - m as a Proft-SMun." which " I'otts and lurk
C.-.. V:M(..." l. u. i.ii..n- ... , :
u.t "ilu ."""ii ' .ur. viiaries i . r-cou- I
dard, who evideDtlv inhales the i-K-tic aruma of i
our atuio.-T'here, and breathes forth in words noth- '
- 1 ... . ....
mg eynn-al r gross. e believe in the Ocr- '
land as the next thing to a home pr'siuction
The Ga.'ai y is maintaining a good reputation
raigi.c ih.iis.hi anl l.ietiard iirant v lute write
lor it. 1 be Jlarpi r s Monthly is sm yriv ri'.v. and
maintains an even and undiminisheil cxcellcnei,
Hours at I loaf-, also C'orniit, Loudon Sotiiti,
tT.s Yrd an 1 other g Hl Knglisli perilii-.ils
are ca-ily pna-urabje.
Emwu : With ivspoct to an item which
ariH?aril last week in your coluums,
and of winch
item I hereby ju-knowlelge myself to have been the
author, the editorial department of the Government
paper of this week contains the following language :
- He (Mr. IK-wsott) repaired to the office of the
:.na-or.f the paper, and assured him of its entire
want of truth ehamcteriring it m language uu-
miitakahle, even hy those who understand the t.nff-
lish hin-Tua-re but unperfeetly. 1 lie" manager reur-
j to Mr. Curtis J. Lyons, who was standing near,
i as his authority. Mr. Lyons, in his turn, remarkevl
that lr. Uulick was his authority."
I With respect to this last statement, I have f imply
i to say this : That 1 did not remark that lr. Gulick
1 was my autnonty, ana wnni is more, v.uon.
I not my authority. I had penned the item ana nam:
j it in before I had even exchanged any words with
i Dr. Gulick on the subject. The acting editor re
' marked on receiving the item, that he had heard the
j same thing from other sources, but did not mention
I any name. On Saturday he said to Mr. Dowsctt
I and myself that Dr. Gulick had told him the same
! thing, and probably this expression was the founda
; tion "for the assertion made by the Government paper,
! ... r.l .1.. 1 1 .11". f. i.w...; f.ill.iw
wlncll assertion, wnu me uawuw iiiiimuoii...v..
ing, is evidently intended to fasten the odium of the
thing entirely upon one man.
I may be allowed to add that the item was not ol
tained "from the devil" or any of his agents.
I When one of the Strong's Islanders made up his
1 . - ...... a. 1 1
I mind to ship, he did think tnat ne was oouna noim,
j and sxc that as one reason for shipping. He was
i to11 to be cn 1113 suara aua vy luc tr
from Avbom I had my information. I Have giK.ni
a- 1 A-v .l.nt 4)ii.a TTdil rt ftvr 111.
rmm i i " ".'
shipped. Whether they were disabused ot the Mea
Ufore they sailed is a distinct question, and one
with which I have nothing to do.
It may appear yet that there is more than one
person interested to see that truth and justice are
regarded between man and man. It was in opposi
tion to my own party that as a member of the Legis
lature I cast a vote against the passage of the Bill
authorizing this expedition, and it is certainly en
couragiug to find, now that the matter comes more
directlv before the public, that others besides myself
j perceive that there is no essential JijTtrtnct between
j th;3 h,.,,,,, B11,i the coolie trade, aud that they are
I . , . , . .,
, also rcul? clua11 to cc'naemn K'th- !
Ci BTw J. Lyons.
n'.ti rit .. n - r...,.,grr;nl 1.7n.-w;.r
I 1" M'tur Of tilt I t'llilliCI C till . Ill t'l ( l." r .
I Kid Vl.iacn f.. irirn n. nl:i in vnur Tinner to the
v - - - i I 1
accompanying note from Miss L. Bingham, which
! contains a statement corrective ,
of that which appear-
nl nvir tlii k culture of 44 ii
-. over mc bi0naiun. ii idi
,.ML a nn
ilauce" in v-our last
S. F. Coits EY,
Feb. 10, 1800.
Principal of the Mililani School.
JZ.v.s F. Corncy:
lKAit Madam It is due to you that I should eay
that since the receipt of your note yestenlay I have
learned that you did indeed grant a certificate to
T Y"1a l. : .1. . 1. All 1
' LU0-V nS'" " :" 4 ""-
i the si"cond day of her uttefKlance, that she could not
i . ... ..
j attend this school because Miss Corney would not
J allow it, and that Miss Corney had said if she re
i mained at Mililani she was safe, but if she came to
Kawaiahao she would be in a bad way, was a false
statement, made up as an excuse for her sudden
change of plans. The articles in the newspapers I
had not seen until your note called my attention to
them. The facts stated there, I have roason to know,
arc represented as the mother of the girl represented
i .1 a,..i t i..,f o.,
u.gly regret that the misi-epresc-ntatio the
mother ami the eirl led mc to an entire mtsunder-
ending of the facts.
Youra respect fully,
Kawaiahao, Feb. 10, 18G'.. L. Bingham.
Mr. Editor : Those few of our reading public
who take the Hawaiian Gazatle, have this week seen
a communication, in which the principal of the Mili
lani school pronounces 44 the whole story " regarding
I a girl who desired to be dismissed to the Kawaiahao
i Female Seminary 44 an entire falsehood," and makes
j the very lady-like (?) remark that she regrets 44 to
i believe that the author knew it to be so when he
publibhed it." Of course there is no need or possi
bility of replying to the force of such words from
To prove 44 the whole story an entire falsehood " the
single fact is adduced that she did give the girl a
44 ticket of release." It would doubtless be gratify-
ing to the Board of Education to have this simple
solution of the 44 falsehood " taken as satisfactory,
Hut, while we accept Miss Corney's correction on
the technicalities of that one point, the facts still
remain, that the mother and daughter at one time
! felt, and roprc.c.ited the matter, very differently,
't... . i . .1 t.' i
i nn.l tlmf nfior two dav.a ntti-ndaiiee at the Kawaiahao
SwnmMy. the girl was returned to the Mililani
Ki-iiooi. ami that too without a letter oi uisnussai
from Miss liiugham, proving the statement of my
j first communication, that 44 in this very town, it is
already difficult, not to say impossible, to secure the
j release of a scholar from a government school," and
j proving also, that it is sometimes at least very easy
to take a pupil from an independent into a govern
1 ment echisil, in violation of the construction of the
i law put upon it by our educational authorities,
j The friends of popular education will not relax in
: their close watch upon this whole attempt at intru
sion upon private rights. YiGiLAjiCE.
V.'e have, says the Liverpool lft""., at some
little trouble, analyzed the number of votes polled
on behalf of Liberal and Conservative candidates
i throughout the Country, and the results (which
I 1 1 .it ... . . . r ii . - . wv . .
aii- iirvoiiu ui-iitiii'j an- :im imirnvs : in r.ngiano
and Wales there wen polled for Liberal candi
dates. l.iiUS.So" votes, nnd lor the Conservative
candidates, 79'.). 175. giving a majority of Liberal
votes amounting to the' enormous ligure of 40y,s2.
In Scotland there were polled for Liberal candi
dates, 121.:iC votes, and for Conservative candi
dates, L' 2 ..1-0. or a Liberal majoiity of W.31G, or
more than live to one. In Ireland there were
hi ei lor Line nt ram i :ius. 4.".i 1U vo es. and lot
,.. iio . .. , tLr,, ,.,:' f
i ' r "V 'V . - ,l ,',l,er'11 majority of
1 1 .2. hen it is remembered that in Ireland the
Br,.Ilt,.r i,.,,I.or of contests took ,-lace in obi Tory
polled for Liberal candidates. 4S.7IO votes, and for
j eonstitin'iicies. this majority is equally decisivr
The Ktos result shows that in the l iiited Kingdom
there were 1 .J7!..r 1 3 Liberal votes polled against
fCi.".7i:i Tory votes, or a majority of 62,770 Lib
A Canary ISircl
CAME TO Til K UKSIIIKXCK OF 1I.0
4 .1 irii-i?iKnni. mc iiii.t ni wiiicu can iiave 11 oy ai-
X plying and piiying Ijr this notice.
rZi It F. BANNING.
.13 a:s; i b va.
Til K A X M'.lb K KT I X ti
OF Til K
ivj l KKH AN KKI.1KK U NO An-C1 ATio.N
VasSitv will U? held at S o'cl..ek I. M. on MONDAY. -IM
of ...i.ruary, at the llootns of Knine Co. No. 2.
' "". caas.B. kor.v.
! it ILK! IMS, L'L 1MII.1I.1) & CO.,
! Shipping & Commission Merchants,
No. 305 I'ront Street,
'JHK -IF.ItSH;Kl. ASSIfiXKK OF THE
Klat..f SAML Ki. A. l.ol.LKK. hervhy notifie all jv-r-
T" ; '. ..".m r-.ate 10 pre-eut the same
i"ru, wnn. and ail p-rmia ind-l.t.d to make immediate pay-
JC"1 l'J the unr'"'i- John v. wibntuKLi.,
rto ii. 11. Stanley, Solicitor for A?-inte!
Honolulu, F-hruary H, ISG'J. 005 St
Constantly on Hand.
'1111 AT IX V A LfA 1U.K. Ul'lt.lBhE.rLKX-
ille, prevrvinir, anti corrosive
M Y: T A L. I. I V. I A INT
F .r Coolers, n. iler. Roof?. St. am Kintines, Cast Plows, Houses
letices. Soli joricrs, Steamers,
A XI Al.bOTIIKK I It OX or WOIII) WORK,
For s.He l.y
C. r.RKW i:R Jt Co.
BS:nv:iii:iE3 I;iclct Iinc
The A 1 C.ipiT Uark
N. T. nKNNLTT, Coir.mauiler. .
lltvlnj 'p. tary, ,ur, y
J-' "V ' :''JI, 3
YJlll ha'C Dispatch for the al)Ove Pnrt
Kr irrWht or i'aa, havirp U. rior acewmmo,.;.
tor csl'iu auJ stocratf iass.-iiir.r, imply to ob
l2 WALK Ml A: ALl.Kjt. .,,
si i r ri l -mr
j xtboi4 tMlu. icitco Sieamsllin
! Company S
j Sail FrailCISCO illltl Hoiiullllu Ron
Tlio Company Splrmtid A I
WILL KIX KKCl'MKLV
Between Honolulu and San Franisco,
Wiil be due here on her return on or about Match 8th. and aiit
again on or about the 13th of March. . '
LIBKU1L lUVAXKS .1IIIIK ) ILL SUIP3IEXT?
I'F.K STL I MFC
Careo for Pan Francisro will lc receiveil at all limn ia IV
Stranifr's Wan-house ami recei.ts for the une given by u.
unibTsipiu'J. eharne for spirae or t'arlaire.
r'irv risks in Warvhouse not txken t.y the Company.
Insurance iruaranleeil at lower rate than t jr aailuig vesaela
Particular care taken of shiiment of uit.
Alt enters for Goods, to lie purchased in San Vrancijco. ;
be received ami filled Inr return of steamer.
XT Shipments from Kurope and the I'nited Stale, iotrojrt
for these Islands, will be received by the Company in 8aa
Francisco, if consigned to them, and be forwarded bj thtir
Steamers to Honolulu, fret of charyt, except actual outlay.
IT Passengers are requested to take their Tickets before 'li
o'clock on the date of sjhun);. and to procure their 1'aaspons.
All Hills acainst the steamer munt tie presented befonl
oVlock on the day of sailitip, or they will have to layover ttS
the return uf the steamer for settlement.
645 II. llACKFKI.lt & CO., Ajmasl
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
lH IT IS TRIE, THAT THE UX-Sl
' f-f DKKSIUNEK has re-appeared in your midst iih 1
A New Slock ofCIothsand Cassiniercs
Improved ."tl.ulilnrry and Extcndrd Fxprriratr. '
Having pone through a cour-e in the Work-slip, ami ontia
the Cutling-room, aud rove.l Hie pudding " by redaciar -
j Mieory to practice, he considi rs himself ent:ri-ly ont of daagKr
ol tuakiug any serious mistakes, either in tllor Ml LE, aiM
HitTiMX Inlp .1 rrunuriuraU
H1TII THE ;UKAT CLOTH 31 lliTS OF .LV 10ES
AMI SIX FIMXC1S(0,
And whieh may be extended to Europe if necessary, he a-IB.
add to his Slock constantly such Goods as las huines may
"CLOTIIIXG HI.IDE TO 0RDEK.
Particular Attention Paid to Cleaning and
llavinff Exirrience. EarthiUakea, pno Kain and Wind,
and Storms hy L-ind and Sea, his J iilin.-nt must lie valuable w
all accidents to t'loihin, either !y violence or othenrise.
Clxfi'go IMCodlornto. .
Having made the aeiu:iiiit.ince of some sharp Confijftva
Men in New York, he has had a h-ssoo on KlSASCIAl. EcoaoaT,
which mu.-t 'icuscd for the benefit of jxisf rity.
N. B AGENT for the Sale of Grnrtt ir Hakrr, Imprexti
Premium and almost A'oixrles Srivimj Machine.
CCA lm Foot of Ri-thel St.. opposite Siulors' llome.
tlliniKTKV XOTIFV A PERSON'S THAT,
under a l ower of Attorney, duly recorded, 1 alone im
authorized to execute l'ecds. Leases and t'ontmrta a (Tiding tha
real and personal Kstitte of Qu.i'n Dowdger KALAMA, to col
lect her rents and dues, and to transact nil and every mutter of
liuxiness affecting her iiilereMs.
tiCli Cm C1IAUL1S II. JTDD.
1KSI'K('TFI'I.LV RKCOM .MKMJS TO
li Uie lnlilic
His Ijarge Assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICIIMES.
He is constantly in receipt of
Tlic Choicest Articles in his Line!
Steamers from Europe and Eastern Stairs of America,
via San J-rancinco, ami
Intends to Sell at the Lowest Market Eatei
Order from the other Islands wilt ho irointlyattended to,
and his patrons will find his prices very saiidfaetory.
Krcry Article Sold a Wnrranlrd Gratiir
nn. I oT the be-1 qniiliiy.
garaa)arilla Hoot, Itronchial Troches,
Assorted SMillilx I'nwlers, Syrinpen. Fponees, '
Suijur Coated, llluv and Cathaitic Tills,
ltat 1'nii.uii. Camphor, Alum, Sulphur,
Saltpetre, ltorax, Silver Soup, Trowel
Russi.v Palve, Castor Oil. Sunt Oil,
Creaui of Tartar, t'arlioiiate of Soda,
Feeding HoOlen, French t'ipnritos for Asthma,
French Capsules, lartnric Acht,
Kp.-nni Salta in hull; and ho".
Alcohol for mechanic il nnd ineiiicinal mrpim, he.st White aot
Mottled Castile oap, i.c, &c.
The most Fashionable Hair "Restoratives,
7. z.lont. Myrrh and Chaik, Camphorated Chalk, 4c,
TOO I II Clil S1II1S CHIL'JULWS TOOTH LUI SUES,
TDK VKKV CIIOICKST
Perfumery and Toilet Articles,
Toilet Vineear. Rouee, Lrivender Water, I.uhin's finest Soap,
Colognes, Cosmetics, Shaving Snap.
Lubin'n. 1'lHn uila nnil GuMttrlPa
Jockey Cluh. Nipht-hloominir Cereus, Ks. H.niqn.1 In cot flats
bottles. Finest I'aiUian Musk Hair nil, liny l;uui. Cuff I'owder,
CA LL A XI EXAMIXE THE GOODS.
CC1 lot K. IIOFF.MANX.
THE KUOKOA NEWSPAPER!
TO THE PUBLIC,
But to Advertisers Particularly I
rVIIK PI'lil.lSIIKKS OF Til K -Kl'IIKOA"
JL ji-ed re.t remind their friend- eupa:t:il in cieremitile par
suits of liie iuiiM rt.inre of ailvertiimr as a iiii-ans of irsuriiif
S.UCC.-S3 in huiness. Hut for our iuuiuhI .r..t.t. we will remioi
our fri.'nds of the ltU!irns ei'n.nitiiiity of the nuinTior aJ
viinUyr that our eolumi 8 afford lor a large clar a of adteribe
merits. In the firs l.lace we will notice a fart, with which, owinr to
our p:it relie.-ore, prob.ilily hut few even of our li-t friils
are aequainteil, namely, that our we. kly in ulation and refU
lar fulenption li-t U three times that f any other Plr
printed in tlie land, with the t-ii.ele exeption of the Child'
Monthly Hawaiian I'litorial, the Jlimla.
Our weekl; i?-ue i iiow twenty-ai'Ven hundred copiea, ard
ah the Hawaiian is the mont aeeonun'laiin" neihhor in th
world, it is reoii:il.i; to allow that at leant four thouMwl
families hare the benefit i f a tiisiiI of its c looms.. The ub
seriliers anil readi-r cf our pajKrr include nil the Hawaiian
ministers. ery nearly all the lawyers hii.I judifea. and with
rare ex.vptioijH, kII tle luoi-t enu rpi isinir and leading Ha
waiiaitg of every pari-h andhamh t i the land l'ider tlieae
there is a larce a.T;! iucnasint: rlass if Ionian uettltTS wba
have made these favored inlands their hi uu-, ami who are th
Imiie and smew of evry enterprise, who have acquired th
Hawaiian larnruaue and who are anion? r.ur l-st n KriUis.
startfil in 1-J l-y the unwanted enervy f ourtowafro.au
Henry 51. Whitney, conducted entirely from its find issue a
private enterprise, the erowtli i.f the paM-r in influence and
paytn? suhseriptions has In en s.w hut steady. It M now four
years and a half since the editing of this journal passed ipf
the present hands, and as it enters uion its eiphih year it
ci-ntiiiiied lucirfs may lie considered assured. Through it
coluiuus the Hawaiian of to-iay pains an aciiiaintance with
the ancient and nioikrn history of his country. He i treat
to plimpses as well as to graphic pictures of foreign land
through tlie letters ol Hawaiian travelers.
He becomes informed through our news columns of H
ireneral, Hilitical, civ.l and religious matters t hat interest th
rest of the world. letters from travellers in the home lands
render hun familiar With every surf-wa-hed hearh, every hlin
iiil' valley, every ilas'iin waterfall, and every hry nioonUio
of his Island home, i Hi the retui n of the Morniwj Stir, with
eairerness he turns our pages to the letters of his niiir,nr J n
the heathen lands Im-voihI, to learn wt.etlier his monthly on-c-Tt
cor.tnhution is lerinp jirofit3hly eNpended. In short th
Hawaiian reader of the Kvok oa is iiiite a citizen it the world.
Those n it intimately acquainted with the Hawaiian wooKl he
surprised at the th' ronyh and intelligent manner with which
every iletu and adveiti-.ni.-iit is read l y thousand of tiro
whom they may have considered as illiterate.
The eagerness with whicli every morsel of literature is de
voured by the Hawaiian is one of the mo-t cheering features of
this era of our history, and we may say from our own exper
enee makes every literary service rem!. r d them a plew
The imperative and prompt demand of the country resident ff
his weekly WiM -r is truly encourapinsr. itidlcatina that ment1
ampliation ia not to lie our form cf decay. This renders U ,
berth of private mail carrier and A'uoui newspaper agent
anyt hinir but a sinecure.
Here we will remark that the liberal policy which character-
lies the management of the l"ostal department and the prompt
and aec-mmi-dati-ip spirit of the l.stroaster (ie.iei-alareansong
the causes that have contributed lo the success of this pup".
We thank the many kind friends throughout the land who
have rendereil thscaiise cf .putar education, the ieoile ana
ourselves their invaluable assistance by actir.g ai ogenU for to"
circulation of the Kuoiaa. .
To the mai v who would End It for their interest to (tilvertna
in our columns wc will sav. tint any advertisements that may
lie handed in, if in Kntrlibli, will be translate.!, free of '"V'
into the best of Hawaiian, nn.l will if desired be iiierted in
Knpiish. by which they w ill reach the eyes of urmany K""'"
r-aders mure cert-'iinly than they can iti anvoitH-r ixiper of "
land til lm
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