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C 0 1YI XVI 13 R C I A I .
a 4TU RltAY. 3JK21. 1"70. j
Th .i-Hm-lp -7. pLve, u n n-evlpt t f" I
rrwr:-,. M IT ICiiIi. It
tf (!.. Urnaic. artMA on I:.- R-rii-rwHr Tmiy.wl.--a was
rrult to .e op ear in May. But the rrport
Pp,l.t,f, ff.rr! t. the ptal ir-aty, li.-h ha, been promul
Sal.il, and m r. Wrrd :o .-t-w!i.-re.
Th- fan l r..nrUo ,arW . fr-H" ahowl -m-rrnx.n.ml
; it rha. r- n ll.-.s.f.te it i- i lu"-
H.i-:.r- ami .iurl. ry h-avy. T-iM. 6 cK
K-uia r. tl' -. J; t 17. ...
Th- rf fr h T.inr;-o fr t..is i-rt on the
7th. with ''?' r-I-Mt-1 -.w. amor which we ro-
luring h-r tay in mi r minxcm, ur r-
clii e.xt-,. r. ,-ir. w n-.w i-ure .t u-tt-r ri
lh in f.rm-rlv. . will hr due early o.-xt week,
.... - r. . it . i
I :,fi.t r, ln..tu At, tr-m tlrr;..n,r..w:;ii'H la nwr. i.ai.
O l,. .-V is I-rti.l t r PortLinJ dlrfrt. We are in
.i. M. t ! - I - t athrarl tt rl'r- U ,m m'-r'u e ol- TTc
tht wlanJ -lorv i .itcl al r-tllH.T rr rte li in
Ka KnnriA J.iCr. si tt'-i'-- ? !'. ij- '. I-1
.a-!i !, A e. '
T!.o Uife-aiat.,l rVonrr P. Jo' dun, from V ; I or la, ,
I.Wr.f a full mrs f rl.-.l cierrh imiiv! lo II. N:lh.u. E1-
Ttii rti' wll b-? "H al an'-tiun .y Mr. n.rfw, l-r ikj- !
lire in an' r er.lnom.
Th .hip re ...il 1 ytr.I.iy l r IJ'.f.r 1 ami U--lon.
tiir t!i n.l valuable r.ir-. tlial b is left th:, prt f .r
many moi.i'i I V..7ii 1 It H te rw.lir.-d th.it lirr raro
c.niiriea l-irj-r .iriiy f I'r -lurU than f..rin-r!y, inrlii I
Ir.i i:r!y i'.,'0 i.rraU oi t'-Kr. -Ji00 f ill' t niola..-, j
I.S.IKK) iiuii.U i'4. ;'J-,0jl .i:i..i. .il. A.C., Ac.
Th-? b i Hfp'rf.in. n t nrrie fir 111 Am I'r iwiw...
w:lbe uiim-IUVly .I-Jtr!-! by Th-o. II. li f t M-l-.me.
TV . it a twt wil-T, awl aff -i a g "! l iM- j
n ty fr xli.pi'uij f r!:w- thitii--r. j
II,. Ixuli It. C. Mmrraf i- VtaihuZ ?" Franruw.i. a.-xl
will ail in all next W".k. takWig a I'tU rrlht, ai.J a t.r?..- lint ;
pciv n.- b :rram, .Lit .1 I".n.! i. M it Old, rrr-,rsi njr one
Skips .VI nil..
I'm ! iirit-Per st-'aircr A, .. tl.i-l.ix .
I l. h n x x IVr i'uikitii. th il ij .
Iu llir.o l'-r Kale lr. f hi day.
!'u( Kxl l Vf Jenny, M-rfid.iy.
POUT OT IIOUOIjUI.U. h. I.
Jhi i ! r A live. M. iii-li. fr..in M:i':i.
1 S. I.r l:ir. K.ui, fr-jin HawaiL
I. i.r W jr.. i.. J . hit 15. i i. fr-m M"I"'n.
.V S. I.r Vt:ii-la, luil.c. ff in Mini.
j i.-t,r Anni-. Il.tlr.k, lr rr lljwaii.
l.'t- . Iir Ke..cii Ana, ftik-k". fr 'u hau.ii.
It-Am b.irkeiilnie J. A. I alkenbiir, Calhrarf.l d x
lr-.rii A ..ria.
IT S. lir K.tf- l.-. II .rr.-. f...m Hawaii.
IT Stir llattie. Nik.t. ir.ufi K:iu.ti.
lx r Fir I'urr l:ieef. Srniih. frum Kauui.
H r M ir,; I i. It. rr.!l. Ir .l.l ll.iwaii.
!" r .M.irx Kl! n. I'.-w.-rx. from .Maui.
1 i s. hr IViu.il... ll.ill --.t i-r. in, in Mm. ami M4 .kai.
t-i. hr l tni.k.twai. M;ikahi. Irom Maui.
1't . fir K.tiy I'art n..-hl. hit-, Irnni Kanni.
1 Am m brA. I. J'Tdaii, I'erry, s: day from Cape
I l ilt ry.
t A in tmr A j it. fioxd. 0 J t; X ami S h'xirx fr.im S;tn
J-l- J. .ir M-i K iki. Nai" fr..m M:nli.
Mat T4 -hr P.'n.ihi. Il tllxxtirr. P.r Molokai and Maoi.
1 1 S....) Live V aiik.i-. t--r .Mtui.
IrtS.-hr --ti:e .M-rriil. I'!u:i y. f r Maui and Hawaii.
J.;S. !ir Warwii-k. Ji.hn Hull. I M"i'.kai.
17 Am bk I Lira K. rntd, ll.ll.x. I -r lihu.g crui.xe.
IT Sehr Annie, B ibcm k. tiT ilan:ui.
II Jtlir Artie. .M-llUli. f..r Hawaii.
17 .-l.r VVai.it.t. Ilu L.it, t.r Maui.
IT rlir Keoni Ana, kikel.-. ..r Kau:ti.
17 Vhr Kinau, Wahia. r Maui.
17 !. I.r I.uk.t. fr lla3 L
17 SrUr Mary. ! Kjuii.
lx S.-hr Fairy U inn. rtmith. for Maui.
is f-ir ll.ttiie. .Nika. liir Kauai.
jo j.-hr Marv I'.V.'-n. P.xer, tut M.iui.
JU S. hr M .ni.i.t, llerrill. In Hawaii.
Ji Am !i r ri, J.,hnri, kir ie Keilf.ril.
J) rirhr Kitty l.'actwriirhl. White, fir Kauai.
Ji) frhr Mauuokawai, Mak.ihi, I .r Maui.
H'e N. P. T. f'o.N xteamer . left Honolulu Aiwil 2lt at
w ..VI.M-k P. l.. ami srrivnl at Sjh PranrUco IT Mi at 2 ii
V. .XI. Ketrxrnirv. t ttratner Ajn.r, t biyd. Coin roan. It, left
v I'nrviii W..v I'l It at Hi: 50 A- M . aud arrived at Hono
lulu .May lKh nt 7 'clk P. iU
Faowfxs I'c,im Per l. C Murray. May 11th:
1 ... a en . ri.ti .I. rime in l!ie l.of.!'n . " . ... ...I l......l.wl o..l rv if..I. I . . 1 1 :.... nr..l Tiwl.m : J
ft cm nrnuiii.T'"- Rlilv-UllU lllill.-.lliw, HIV liuuuiL'i ..if . ? ; KliMII nlWaVS oe TirCSCrCU UiMMIlli HU'-l u wuviiii. , . ....
,,h h.v,,n i cum . .. ' fcllf.,11.1 . , ' .v . ' , K, ., ,rf a , nhpr nr uainorn.as.eamcr wm ieoan t lai.c.sco, , the Hebrew was ever bought
MWaai.i.w.!r.irr.HriIitmatL.t..ihetri.i. ! ".' 1 1 , , . i ' 'n dune, July and August, so as to arrive at IIo- in Egypt ; that he was, durm
r,M m ku, rr re,.uKr I l.c public debt, at the same da e, given at tiC Le.It,1;Ulvc Assembly." j tlft on.h and 51 nf a,h ,,,.!,. (sic) dwelling in Kgypl
barrel, e;.u-.i by a rrt. ur,i .1. G. . . ir. itie Sroi..? rrop. . 1 1 f,'j(i0. drawing various rates ot interest, Irohi ; To the first resolution, the Ministers never an-i . .. . . . ! tion than an oppressed race
rwveruvu w-.e b, l-ave s.m fr...--m. alter in- Illllt. t. twelve rr vnt. fer annum. Hrew'1" mml a worJ.but in reply t tl,c second the . i tally bondman to any one.
.vpartnn!..f.f.i.ii.h;l , , cuuld be obtained, if desircl. j uint.llt was adduced that by the ct of 10lh j 'cl' are to arrive about the aame time. fmr8. IIow wiU nis Escelk
Trr;.e.,fe,Mi...w rk a ,i.t aiar.re. be- f . argumc nt an adduced tiuu i. iuc .vcl oi ii ui , f August, the steamers will leave San I statement with this:
. i.-.L.i..,i...m at a still lower rate, sav eiirht wr cent. lucre- ; , ici:i -:.(;.. r.. tUnr.mfmonf i,r
J" 'r..7' ..r v...l.J:, ;., - "".; . ' . " "7 . i Francisco and Sydney every twenty-eight Jays, so I cEv. xix, 1. 2-An. Jo.er.h
fkigx, b.I!. ............. J7 l-anip ihimneja, bx.... S
lkcir, ex.............. 1 Leather, roll. .......... a
H...U,c .......... 3 l.ime. l.bla. ............ 1JO
anil Sue, ca...... 3 latU, kg.. .......... 3
rl.xl.-v lube,c. ........ &l l.uiiib.r. It....... 2.000
llrea.l.r.... ........... lrj Oatx, .... .......... 217
Hr ui, Imjrx 4)0 r.m 1
Ulimla. ; 4 Par, i k-' la
'bene, bxa. ...... ...... 3 l'iiti, nk. .......... l."0
l:ml. cfc. ............. 3t fh nele. M. ............ Ili
I rarkcr, tiiux. ......... 54 ialn, I.tl. ........... Jl
1 1. mr-w .................. W) Kxui4e, pkj. .......... 1
lruga,c 2 HjHm 20
fliHir, bf k...... . 5 S4riu. qr r 1
qr itk. .......... tti T-mii., V. ........... 1
r.ir..itutc-, i.ltfi... ail T, 10
fil ., .lnj,. . ........ 'J Toharro, e. ........... 1
lirtnilnt'.ne ............. 1 Tar. blU. ........... ... 5
llay. b-.:. M... 21u Va.in..... 1
?.(, bill. .......... .. - W b-aC. k.... 37
II ll.r-war., hilla. ...... Win...w., ik;. . ....... 6
Hardware. L(... Vh...kiy. k;. ........ i
lUrueM. I'kjr. .......... 1 ine, l.krx.. ..... ...... 1;
II nil, f k;, ............ 2 L'n-l-tille.l Iin.'ae, pk... iSl
fioxi'o Fxi. Prr teanter Ajix, May 19:
Al miNe, .fcs. ....... lnn. platm. ........... M
l.4 and vu.itm, ex..... ". Intlirr, bmlU. ........ a
tlakrl, J..-x .......... Meilirin.. kfx. ....... 14
IU-. r. r. .............. IfiNiilx, k-cx..... ....... 4
li tter., r 17 Opium, I. 3
Primly. bM 2 Ojix. urlm lVO
ll'irk y, Kw'kx. ......... 2t l'yler, r.. .......... 10
Urea.l,r. 1 o l'n:e ( Kait-rn), -rx. . ... V74
r u.Lx ......... .. I'3-r b. nisi!. e, tx... a
V.yHl, T. k-f ........... H' Poliit'iri.. KirkK.. ....... 4'U
Kran. arkx lxo: p,,rk. bl! 10
I'liw, i.k;. ....... l'aer. Iiales. ........... 2
:..rn. -. ........... ... 2. rx. ............. 1
I'anneil innti. r...... 41 Plant., Lxx. ........... 2S
t'rieke?, tins..... ..... V Kivel... ke;. .......... 10
I i;ar.. r. ........ ..... 7 K.t-, roil..... ........ 10
I'U.ur, htiU. . ........... 4t Sewing niacli'mea, 4
K.rework. W ...... -I M ttPTM-ry. rkj. ....... !
K iriniure. kici. ....... ' S..in.., bbl. .......... lll
itaware. s Saddlery, kg...... ... T '
limeerm. k(x........ I-J st'l. bir ........... . 3
II it.e.. ............. 15 Tobaccu, kir. ........ 10
Hardware. l;-...... . 13 Trankx, neta. ......... ii
Ir.m. herU. ........... rV Whiaky. bb:. ......... 7
box.... ......... frJ- Wine, ra.kx..... ...... 7
bt..'lx .. Uh. lt, xk. 3d
tub. t. IDO
fkiix VirToat x
V. I. ivr . P. Jordan. May 20th :
... l.umTr, ft.........
... Pirklen, c. .........
... -I Pie fruiix,rx. .......
t'anvax, h.il. . . .......
haiua, .i.. .........
Pry !. fk......
IIIjux earthenware, c
I . i oora, p kjx ........ .
4a artiines. f ........
20 Sh.n.-W. No.......
11 l'naiecined nHlse, pkss
l Poutlxxp Per J. A. Fa!k-iiburr. Mav llh :
Bread. fti. ........... 2.710 r;i'.m.H., .irkbxl.'bhkt.. 15
Hani, ft. !..; hf 1.1,1s. . h
Lumber, rorih. II..... 17-1.73: kit.. 1
Irrml. It . .. 4'J.m ShingL-. Xo 27C.500
tnt, baxlit-U 41,7,
Fnhk x FatNri.co Per Cornel
3"1 lalt liiH..r. rali....
5 n.lln, l'K(-ir, nk. ......
71 I'ulatoet. kx......
2 St v., .No
2 !!.h.shn, M ,
1V Siiij. rh.iiNlI ry, kgs. ,
2i W hrat. 100 th ka....,
Kn-a.1, f.k-T. ......
i'kair, hf h1., .....
II .liow-war.-, ptr-
llay, b it.
loe, !... ........
I.l. ne, hb!x. ........
.. 2 -0
Fo Xbw ItcnroKD Per Sxrert. Mxv 2Kh :
Cocnanut oil.g tllx 3..?4 Siu.h, vk
5,b4i fu.ir. tt
27 r.IK hi...........
4 il'!-" skin:.. No......
'J0.77S Tamaruxla, lt......
l.l'2 Tallow, lb ,
21.UV-T W.ir,L tfca
1 Whale oil. cxll
l.'kitatns. pk. ......
CU ixn x,
II idea. V
Peaoata, pkf ........
Kenuin. cm. ........
Hjwrtn cil, f H......
Valms For.')2,.-h 4
' 1 lie. Ir. ..... io;
"4.1-7. And i..rr.
D.m..t 12,771 51 ; 1 ran.f 17
Foxt H Fcxxci.ro Per D. C. M-.mv. V ta.w" ii" '
Oodihxni, E Fio.ld.-xrd, J Frernwui, 'e awl daushir. Mum M
llaillev C C iiimnfr II II i t n . .. V . - I
L'1SI!5SV; ,f--" i
Fow Pobtlxjo Per J. a. FaJkrtibur. Mav ifiihr-, i..
i , '
Folw Bcoro.o Per t!yren,May 20u L Anlhoo Wm
WAa-ir.a-2. nuwo' " m ;
Vfetf E r.V
CoMMnrro roa Pebjckt. Last TaesLij, two na-
five women were brought before the Police Court on ;
cntrge cr perjary, in a case heard before the Hon.
Jade Kamakmu, who is etyled the Intermediary ,
wuuvv vuuicu xcsuuiAi LiiaL certain
parties did not commit s certain crime and did not
juage or ynu. a?e women testified that certain
do any act tending to a suspicion of their intention
" VU MUX a U HI UUL I
to do it. and
by reason of their testimony the parties
After a fuU hearing of the facts
ia the cue, the two women were committed for trial
at the next term of the Supreme Court.
Oar thanks are due to purser McLrflan of the
Jljax. Capt Dennett of the Murray, and Capt Cath
caxt of the- Falkinbnrg, fir fivor iu Ihe n-ws line.
SATURDAY, MAY 21.
Our Nnllonnl X-'lisii.
ti. i . ,.e MVf- .-.r i;, ..,...
AlIX. Ulllllllill lllHfl I lliu llii..v. ... tiiiiuit
... , r .
Ids Lxccllcncy J. Mrr .mith, will be found
in full on a supr leinenUtl sheet. A printed j
in j nuiphlct form, it yvtr, including tlic tables,
furty-ecven pajre-. It embraces, however, the
fl jJns of t!ie Intel i-jr mid other Departments.
The receipt of the National Trewury during the
two VCiirs Clldii:" March 21, 1870, are "IlVell art
Thre : in The Trea-ury. March ?lt 1S70 ei6.I"7 $1
Anal It.ere linn been recivnl. fwrTara A ) ilurmg
III - two y-am eixhtiz M.irrli oil. l-.vl
Fr.iii frv::u Imi-.rU..... ........ .......
1 iiies, I Vikkitft.-. ainl 1 Rt4. . w'i.1' -
r Ivu-rital l."..BimPrre. ............ ......... 14.T7
l-.b-rwil Jii..'jrt 7'i
I .H.H 3? rcrin: 1-. 7')
i;..vri.iaei.t K'-uiiati .... 10. '.' H -
Mi.r. IL.ritou KTei.i J'J.oSo (XJ
The expenditures during the Fame nl are
Ktitol t have oven theK :
ThTi b:m lV--ii eijiei.l.f!, (-e T.ibSe II) a f!l.n"v :
i.,r ( il i.i.t.... $ rw a.!
IVrn.aiK nt St'HiKila 0 UD
l. jn.riii). i.t I liit.-i.r ST 04
l irtiii' i.t 1 1 Krri;n Afl.tirn nixl W.r..... S'-,"J s?
Am .rn-v ( m rjf. I.. u till-l't .......... ... Ij.l'i'l l
li-Irlri.-t.t ..f 1'ir .n.iv l.'l.Tt".l Is
l s. iron, i.t .f Ilie Ju.li. inry 7I.I-'J
l!ur.-.iu i.l I'ulilir li.trurti.!i..., ''''Pi '
a iti'alijf a.nl l't; l.'.NiiM'il... .......... I'J.jrtlfi
Mi.-.ll.,r-.ii .' Il.tSO l-'J
Kent .f Wbnrf l,r 2.KK) 00
Ralanr.-, .Mjr. li ;i,t 61,0u -Q
$ lr.i7,t0 4 1
.Showing .1 balance on the first of April, of
and tlic consequent dei.iand fr, the public sceuii-
ties is s) great, that it is imjiosfiblc to buy in any
e-xchange bills," which will be very gratifying to
all bill holders.
The report next ref. rs to the Kaona trouble on
Hawaii in 1SGS, the exjnscs attending which
are given at 5i3,G73,y'J, a very reasonable sum,
considering the hurdle, noise and excitement it
: reated among the rank and file engaged in it.
The funds were jrovided for strictly according to
the loth article df the Constitution, which refers
to insurrections and civil war.
The same very convenient provision of the Con
stitution also supplied ample means to construct
a quarantine hospital on the ro-f costing 7,
406,10. This building has not yet been occupied
by any small-pox or other quarantine patients,
but may be at some future d.iy, so that it may be
considered as a good investment.
Several pag of the report arc devoted to in
ter island steam, but as wc have discussed this
subject elsewhere, we omit further reference to it
Durinthc past tuo years 127 persins have
. , .
come naturalized Hawaiian. As marriage
ti -- r t ii- r
tween Hawaiian females and aliens is for-
bidden by law, it becomes necessary for all
foreigners who wi.-h t i marry to take the oath of
allegiance. This accounts for the frequent natu
A detailed list of the various public improve
ments carried on during the ast two years is
next given in the report. In dredging Honolulu
harbor 11,212 has been pent; in making and
repairing wharves, 2v,42tJ ; repairing tug boat
Pc, 10,337 ; Honolulu water works, $10,557,
It will be noticed that a large proportion of the
expenditures arc fr improvements in this city,
while a compaiatively small amount is expended
on other inlands. Whatever is spent here or
elsewhere in improving the harbor, making
wharves nnd ro-.uls, is so much added to the real
wealth nnd commercial capital of the country.
While, no doubt, the larger share should be
sr ent here, yet substantial improvements ought to
be carricJ on cl.-cwherc at the same time. One
reason why our inter-i-land stenuicr has never
paid her way is because no wharf facilities
are provided at any port except Honolulu. There
arc three points on Hawaii where good wharves
1 can be built, and under any other government
would son be built, cither by public or private
enterprise, viz: at Kawaihae, Kealukeaktia and
llild. At cither of those p4.rts $25,000 would
construct a wharf into deep water sufficient to
allow the steamer to do a good freighting business.
Such a wharf, if well built, would last from ten
to twenty years. If the sum looks large, just
compare it with what has been spent in this har
!or during the past ten years.
At Lahaina also, an iron skeleton pier could be
built out into deep water, which would allow
schooners r.nd the steamer to lie along side of it in
ordinary weather, and greatly facilitate the com
merce of the port. The truth is, if wc expect to
have an increase of commerce, business and popu
lation, we must drop our picayune ideas of ap
propriating a hundred or two hundred dollars to
improve these out-of-the-way harbor, and when
we find it will not more than diivc down a dozen
piles, abandon all idea of making any improve-
nient except here in Hon -lulu, where every dollar
- :..,..i : . 1 .
ij'j lojn i.iitu la uiM.ijo rjieui.
If thf iiilminufriirinn rwiv;ic nnr xx-i.lrft xc Vr
- ... t
jerson, alive to the necessities of the islands, let
him devise a tliorough system of rrmanent im- '
provemcnts, on a stdwtanti.il scale,
than this is wanted, to begin with :
For a wharf at Ililo..
For a wharf at Kawaih:ie
For a wharf at l-ihaiua. ....... ...........
For road around Hawaii......... .........
I?t it be the commencement of a system to bc
carried out during the next decade. If the income
of the government will not meet these liberal ex
penditures, issue exchequer bonds at the lowest
rate of interest obtainable say eight per cent.
A public debt incurred fur jmblic improventmlx
will only add to the strength and permanency of
Wc observe that the Minister of the Interior
gave a quietus to the project of improving the
Nuuanu pali road by simply stating it would cost
$100,000. What if it does cost one hundred
thousand dollars. We say, go ahead with tho
work. IJuild a good turnpike from Honolulu to
the head of the valley, and then a road descending
northerly from the pali, to somewhere near
Jack Watson's house. It will improve his and
. ... . . . .
other propertx there, to t Lut, it will be ;
worth five hundred thousand dollars to this port
and to the island, because it will open unan ac-
. . . . .... 1 1
cetsible back country, which is now our great
want, and without which property here in this
city will never be worth much. It may take five
years to build the road, consuming twenty thou
eanu uoiiars a year.
If these suggestions strike our rcalers as too
extravagant, we have simply to add that our sys-
teui of public improvements must be enlarged, or
weBhall become a nation of tuupcrs
whole world in mnti,,, n xriK ;,n; ;
0 w.. ,0 "AAJ'a i cr-
mcnu spending its hundred millions in opening
. . . .
l. avenues lor commerce, in railroads and steam-
""."P in ouez and larin canals, wc arc
niggardly voting one, two, or three hundred dol
lars a year, for ten years in succession, for work
which requires thousands.
uur thoughts have run off from the Minister's
. . " "
rerort, nnd we must leave it till next week, to
l.x.k over 8ome of it. fi-tire and tnhW. j
. - " ri t. r.i .r-.L.ia.k .1 i. I'lniiui iiM. 'i. .. . ' . - i..iA . ....... i..... .... i. ....... i ..inn ir. - - i.-m.r.r..i.i Hn.i.ki)'.. un i I rir .11 1
i J ' .lUIILTU iv.llll.l tw.Lli !.- X lltuil wiivi jk iii, i
. I..KUlntlvo .lolllntfK.
AfrprvrrtlabortivrattemrtH to r.romire an-
liter w xcr.ti a.mruvc auem
interpeter, the ,We.nb.y at la. , w.lh t! e eon-
sent of the Tretii'Ln' Jud re oi the ouraenie
7" x - , , , , . , r i
court., .. J"" , ' , ' tcr f
.Mr Luther rS"'ar
the Courts. Mr. 1 . is quite a young in.in, .uid
quite a yo
altliuc'rli lie ene
i . . ,
iks Hawaiian well, had yet to
acquire confidence in the discharge of his onerous
1 The Assembly lias liardly yet got down to its
! - . ft' t.
work, most of the session so lar naving ucen
taken up with iittitions and discussing rules and
! points of order. There were several petitions
i contesting the elections of members on grounds
i of fraud and illegal practices, but a has about
' always been the case in former years, the com-
' plaints were declared, without examining witness
e, to he without foundation, and the members
retain their seaw.
j The resolution introduced on Tuesday by one
j of the mcmu rs lor .uuiowi,-i6"uiB n.c , jng Ajar ig a much jarger hoat with better bill, by stating that by the law of Moses, mconi-
; Committee on the Judiciary to inquire and re- j jge,. accommodations than either the Idaho patibility of disposition was considered a sufficient
port; first, by what pretence the Ministers, be- , oj. lortan(ly and pobsesses greater speel than J ground for divorce. Upon which Mr. Lyons read
! sides holding seats in the House us Nobles, by ; lorilierly a8 iiCP I)rcsent trip demonstrates. She i tlie sentence which he had omitted in the above
virtue of their office, assumed the ruht to discuss , prulmWy fe able to accommodate all the pas- j quotation, " Because he hath found some unclean
; and vote upon questions particularly concerning K n who m.iy arriVe from the Colonies ! pess in her." This last shot brought His Excel-
; the rights a-.d privileges ot tie jwoj-ie iii ;
a bombshell into the ministerial camp: And
; second, how it was that the Hon. W. 1. Kama-
!kau, Circuit Judge for Oahu,.could sit 111 the
r . V I II
; House, under tuc uin Arut t ot t...
( tion, which procrioes tuat ioe oiiprwiut. u..
i of the Kingdom, in its exercise, is divided into
the Executive. Legislative and Judicial: these
int. r.-xi-vumi-, iAemnuii. ....v. ,
was declared that he was to beau 44 Intermediary
Judge," but it was wisely omitted in the debate,
to mention that these words followed 44 Who
shall perforin all the duties devolving by law
upon the Circuit Judges of the First Judicial
District at Chambers." If that docs not make
his a Court of Record, what on earth can do it? j
On motion of the member fir Koolaupoko, the
resolutions were indefinitely postponed.
tain the highest respect for him, and could
taw. me lugnest respect lor mm, auu eouia
wish to see him occupy the seat of a Noble,
which he has so well filled, yet his continuance
there cannot do otherwise than teach the people
! that the Constitution is really of not much
. t l?.il. I- .l 'I' .1.. l.nf,Ann !
, ,x ..two jiuw. ..unnu oi. .ucj
tile .illi.ie.ti Oi 1 o.i.ri .lUiiiio .itiu ii.x; .ibiuiui. y
t t - f-.. .. li ...f
.euerai, in men me .o. u.er uticmptcu aomo oi
;hi haughty jrsonalities, so characteristic of
l m iwoi.ain.fb, o.
him, and yet contemptible and unpardonable iu
; w . . , 1 , ,
a Crown Minister, the language used by him
. . .
received a prompt and pertinent rebuke from the ;
Attorney f.enerul -all the more severe from the
cool and undisturbed manner in which it was ad-
; ministered: Our reporter has not detailed
.-1 ii. t ,
, the particulars, but a stranger who was present
, has handetl in his thoughts on the nfl'iir.
j The fir6t real defeat which the Ministers
: have attained in the II jusc occurred in the pas-
r .1 Tx-. . it it ii in . ...
sage of the Divorce loll. Mr. Phillips, however,
supported and advocated it. At the eleventh
I hour, apparently to save themselves from the ap-
: r . .. ... . ,
. it.u.uo; oi .X iui.il eie.ii, ohxj oi mu .uuiBiuo
proposed an unimportant amendment winch was
adopted. The bill passed its final reading by a
vote of 21 to 10.
To understand this divorce law, we will state
1 A t A I .fit- I" l rfl 1
' lI,ilt nJ on 11 wa8
.. 1 a! 1 1 1 T . 1
P.ucu mat xxoci.eer a marriage snouiu oe uis -
'hcJ fi" ad"ltcr.v, t,ic el 1' "dght
i marty &ia at t,,nc' Lut tl,c Sui!ty T'y
coulJ not ,narry aam untl1 llItcr tnc dcath
the innocent party ; it was provided, however,
that upon proof before a Justice of the Supreme
Court that three years had elapsed bince the
'divorce without a iqtilion of a like oflensc,
. . ,,. . . '
. permission could be given to marry again.
: Sijvcn ycais later, in 1SGG, the above section
j of the code was repealed, and it was then pro.
j vided that upon divorce for the cause named,
either Irty might marry again at any time.
! The Act introduced by the member for Ililo,
1 (Mr. Hitchcock.) during last week, and which gave
lisc to long discussions, pioM.red to repeal the
last and re-enact the first. It was read a final
time on Wednesday, having been amended so as
to fix the period at one year, during which the
guilty jmrty will have to 44 sit on the anxious
scat " before he can marry again.
; Two petitions have been presented the past
' wrk which deserve a passing notice. One that
no ollieers should rm employed by Government
'. who arc not conversant with the vernacular; and
j the other that no unnaturalized officers should be
: employed, nor any who arc only living unlaw
fully with women. To our shame it can be said,
. that even Judges are found in the last category
The piinciples involved in both petitions are
; On Saturday last, one of the members from
Ililo, with more zeal than discreetness, moved to
'ses ot ttic .Ministers, and employ the j
, .Minister oi foreign .-uairs to do tlie work ot
' all. No doikbt His Excellency would not hesitate
. to this arrangement, or even to include in it His
Majesty's billet, provided the pay was propor-
' tionately increased.
j An interesting and peculiarly suggestive de
; bate sprung up on Thursday, on a resolution in
' troduced the day before by the Minister of
Finance, to the effect that tho Appropriation Bill
! be made the special order of the day during
; three days in each week, until it should be finally
: acted on and passed as a whole. . This move was
; very properly looked upon by the lleprcscntatives
ns an artful dodge, the true meaning of which
j was that given the Appropriation Bill, all other
bills might quietly be consigned to the tomb of
I the Capulets, and the Assembly be prorogued.
So in effect some of them said, and "added that
( under the Constitution they were the holders of
the public purse-strings, and gently intimated
there might be such a thing, not before unheard
.r.r ....... T 1 ...... I : . i i . r
xti in vunoLi i u iiuuai liui i.aii.uuiur y injuifa, Ol
to vote the supplies. This was a
i regular 44 Rodman " shot in the ministerial camp.
: But they Mere equal to the emergency. Their
j 44 Parrott" gun, the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
I War, ic, ttc., was brought to the front, and at
j tacked the enemy with successive .discharges of
,' his peculiar kind of shot. On this occasion,
; however, he 6aid some things which ought to be
put down for reference at a future time. Tho
gist of it all, to say it in brief. was that the
Ministry did not care whether the House passed j
tlie Appropriation liill or not they were Fccured.
A strong intimation wan h!ho given that they ,
(the Minibtrj) held the reins of governmental ;
power, and the very eigniliennt quotation was
made by way of illustration, that "they who ;
take to the sword shall rcrish bv the sword.J i
This unnecessary and absurd threatening and
. . . z , . . .
bullying tone of the Minister was promptly and
..piritedly replied to hv r,n- of the member!" for ;
'riiiiro r.i n !i. n.i ili.t.l.r in tit miiiil r.l nnv ill
. , , i ' and this port, which is capable of performing the i the book have been greatly multiplied, and are
partial person, that Judge Kamakaii can only sit i . . 4 . j v f.i,p.ir, nn.i :n ,nn.L Gf everv one fnow
i , . . . ; trip m seven or eight days, as she is a first class 1 ery cucap, anu in mo i.anus oi evtiy one xuow
as a Noble m violation of ? svtnl, it not ot the 1 . . " .. n , don't say 4 you lie, if you happen to find a man
' steamer, formerly running on the Panama route. ; , , 11 4 r
1 .!,. ,.P l-l.. ..... .Ir. ....., U'l.a nr.fr... e O ' . Iin ll.in't OXXTt OTIP it IR Vf-fV MSV fO mflr tO
.... ... A i.. ?
Honolulu, -Mr. iIiomiun. ine .windier aio m
tliccmvol his remarks enid that the Cabinet
e j dent on tI(oir Faiaries for 8l lmng:
11 ' ,- . j
3,000 a year. A ver impolitic admission
Barely, in face of the titions that have been
; rolu.ir, in from all quarters bince the session be-
I i ........ -,;:. i
g;n, asxing tnat me haianra ui .'jinieicis
Mr. Honpili replied nobly to the revolutionary
language of the Minister, modestly claiming for
himself and his fellow Representatives as much
measure the depth of his bombastic loyalty
The Australian Jstoaivi X.Ire.
Tho arrival of the steamship .4a.r on Thurs-
; -n littlc OTCr ninc dav8 from Francisco,
rnr.t f i nublic bv Humrise. the mail steamer
j nQt haTing jeen iOQtej for before Saturday morn-
: en routc for Sm Franci8C0.
, Mf n ir VnUcii gtate8 Consul
; SyJneyf who arrived jn her from San Francisco,
he has made satisfactory arrange-
, mcnta to Qut tho projectcd Conncction at
j bctwccn t)C Australian steamers and
; Pn-ifin Tmnsnortntion ',,m,-
j 1-1 . . .... r .,
n:nu I lir 1itn lis nro finhstnn tin 1 1 v ns follows
loyalty as the Minister, who is continually tlirow- jr l. to
111" OUl ItlC Hieil lliat nivw n nu kkj i , , ,,
adopt ma notions, are irauwK, A.ia.- .muj
l.is salary, and the ctiuntrv would soon be able to j iwlows :
US to Connect tmd leave Honolulu On every fourth I guard, an Egyptian, hnuijht him of the hands of the Ishinael
o . I . r... i.i()i ci... i itcs, xvhich had brovuhl him d..vn thither. And the Lord was
Saturday after August JO, viz : Saturday, Septem- v.ilh Jo9t.l)U? an(, he was a vtniperinM man; auJ he was in ihe
her 17 ; Saturday, October 15, &c. This arrange- Louse of his master Ae
ment is made so as to furnish the Colonies with
a semi-monthly mail conveyance to and from ; WeJwill &J( thifl jotting with ar,0ther ier(i
England, alternating with the Peninsular and ; ent quotation from His Excellency's article :
Oriental monthly line. 44 Now it is generally supposed that most men
With the new arrangement, commencing Sep-
i A -T , , . ,, ,
. InmKn. I II 1 1- I . n firm c . . I I iAn 1 ain1ii.u. .....
" , ... .
i She will probably leave San Francisco on the V th
; np ... , tlftmfmtll. nnd Menr n,m.tIl wcck
j or 1Qth of t,jat mont,if anJ fourti
j thcrc.lRc 8Q ag to make tllh.tcen tri a
JJp m hc umdc amo
nicnts with various railroad and steamship lines,
: so that passengers from the Colonies or from this .
I port will be ticketed through to New York or'
, L;vcr,,ool at the following very low rates; the
i , , . . .
second and steerage being equally low :
... , mssa-re from New York to Liverpool
.iU be From San Francisco to New York
wiU be $C5
!-.,,.-, -a i-.,
, , .
U1u irom tdn
rom Auckland to San Francisco $175,
ey to San Francisco $200, making
tt:il exoeiibe lrum Svdiicv to Liverpool
, 10rt or from Auckland to Liverpool 71.10.
: vi1Cn it is remembered th-it the fare from Syd-
! ney to Liverpool by the P & O. route is over sis
I ; J
; muidred dollars (125 10s.,) the advantage pos-
' SChtJed ,y this new route will be apparent.
! Ucardin"- the time through Mr. Hall hopes,
j a8 ,d(j arrangements arc incomplete order!
; anJ connections perfect, to land his issengers in
Liverpool in 4G or 47 days from Sydney, liv tho
I p. & o. routc, the average time cooauiuod 'is 52
, . P . ,
aays. Here men is a gam oi time oi nearly one
i week, and in expense of $2o0.
This certainly is a very flatterirg programme
; and with proper vessels, can no doubt be carried
: 0ut. To do so, however, will require better boats
! . W . . I
, and greater speed than wc have yet seen m tins
, p;irt ol the world. X here is no good reason.
however, why it may not be fulfilled, and
faction given to all concerned.
j lsides the line now being established, there is
j cvery probability that another rival line will be
! in operation before the pummer is ended. The
j subsidy asked frcni Congress of five hundred
thousand dol whichever
I line obtains it, will ultimately control the route.
j ,t wiI1 not bc givon to PUtitain vessels under a
foreign flag, as the main oljjcct is to build up
! Amtriatn commerce. And wc only reflect the j
sentiment of Americans in this ocean, when wc 1
say that no agencies for subsidized American f
stc.un lines should be employed except American 1
houses, when so many with ample means exist.
Wc wish Our German fellow citizens everv success
fn the race for honor and wealth ; but to see an
American national steamship line controlled by
others, to the detriment of American interests, js
humiliating to every patriotic American.
All llt.Mll ill tllO I Sll tl rt"-"t
Among the 44 estimated expenditures of the
lf .. , en. j-
Hawaiian Ircasury for the two years ending
March 31st, 1872," under the head of Depart
ment of Finance, we find tho following singular
41 Visit or the Duke of Edinburgh $2,841 23."
The introduction of this item into the Budget
is, to say the least, in very bad taste, and shows
the utter incajweity of the ministry to understand j
their duties, and the proper dignity due to their
stations. To come to a people who sorely need
the money themselves, and nsk them to pay for
the entertainment of a foreign prince, the son of
the honored lady who occupies the throne of an
empire on which the sun never sets, strikes one
as peculiarly inappropriate. Englishmen will
not feel that it is complimentary to their nation
that this item of dollars is thus paraded forth in
the official reports of poor littlc Hawaii; and we
have heard it remarked by more than one that
rather than have the subject debated in the
Assembly which it assuredly will be His Royal
Highness, fellow countrymen, resident on tho
islands, would gladly subscribe the sum, and put
the Treasury on its feet again.
When the 6ubjcct is brought up, in the dis
cussion of the Appropriation Bill, there will be
some inquisitive spirits w ho will want a bill of
items. Better that the Ministers had themselves
paid the paltry sum out of their own plethoric J
pockets, than to have thus made it a matter of j
public comment and ridicule. j
It should not be forgotten that during the j
session of the Legislature of 18G8, it was proposed
to raise the salary of His Majesty from $35,000
to $45,000, and the great argument presented
was that this increase was absolutely necessary
in order to enable His Majesty to entertain the
Duke in becoming style. With this understand
ing the Representatives almost unanimously
voted the increased pay, nnd it was understood j
that the Duke was to be the gnest ot liis .Majesty, i
We trust that the insertion of the item in the '
Appropriation Bill has occurred solely from over- j
sight or want of knowledge of the facts, as neither j
the late Minister of Finance nor the present i
Minister were in the House at that session.
In ppeakins: on tl.e ntieftion to take up the
.,.,..rUT,niil,on Tiill, Hie Ex. C. C. Harris aiicl
jli(J riieti)rie after the following manner : " So
ong as tjie mrtrtal hodj nnd iruinortal bouI hold
to-ether, money is an eewntial for the support of
t,0 mortal body until the immortal soul takes its '
arial flight to the realms of bliss." A bystander
aJJ3. where the Minuter doubtless eapeets to "it
empiifies his remarkable powers of mimicry. We
cuipiiueB uia remarKauie iiowtrrooi uiiiuicry. ne
the public that h ha8 had but 0e n;ght J
lhind the seines."
! -v.v, w.i i t..w..i in Tiiil History.
n the Assembly, on Tuesday, His Excellency
r. r naia Proke uron t!lC divo,rc lull, as yrc-
Honorable II. R. Hitchcock, which
. . . .. . i i
hud pasjd its second reading and been ordered
to le engrossed. Mr. Harris opposed the bill,
j and wa8 evidently a little nettled at his defeat,
... T. r n:. v n i . ....t.
u aring tne epeecn oi inn i-ucucuuy no iuui. un
i cation to say that by the law of Moses, which had
i been quoted, divorced parties never could marry
' a$ain. Upon being informed by the Honorable
! C. J. Lyons that he was wrong, Mr. II. requested
read from the Bible, which the honor-
ber held in his hand. Mr. L. read as
" Dei'T. xxit : 1. 2. When a man hath taken a wife, and
married her, and it come to nxs that she rind no favor in Ilia
eyca, then let him write her a bill ol divorcement, and
gi re it in her hand, and send her out of hi house. And when
she is departed out of his house, the may yo and be another
This very damaging quotation staggered His
Fvi1lrnrv- hut hn hastened to remir the blunder
j by making a point in favor of his position on the
leucy to his knees, and he acknowledged the cor
rections with hie usual grace.
This faux pas of the Minister puts us in mind
of auother in which he appears equally ridiculous.
! n a characteristic editorial reply, in the Gazette,
! to a speech made by a gentleman at Kaumakapili,
! while correcting the speaker, His Excellency used
the following language : it was with
. 0 j 0 ... . . . ..
1 samp siirnriKfi nnil amusement that we ueard tnat
and sold Dy any one
g the latter part 01
t, in any other posi-
not being individ-
lhc italics are
ncy harmonize his
was brought down to
'bill-mill e;intuiii of the
! . 1113 excellency i.as now omy to neg me ques-
' t!,.ii l.w ilnniTmVkrw lxf . T. uin 1 1 tX1 O C O T F 1 IVH 1X7
f.ven ttiose wiiose Historical and iicerary cduea-
' tion is very limited know something about the
, JncidentB and lli6tori0iu events mentioned in the
: :t ' rust M vour Kvcellencv
: lU so, 3our iixcclleney.
j IIo, for the Overland Cars Among the pas-
;e- sengcrs by the JJjox is Mr. Howard, Agent for the
', Burlington, Missouri Iliver and Chicago Railroad,
which is one of the several branches oHhe Pacific
Railroad after it .crosses ithe Rocky Mountains. This
road connects with the Michigan, Great Western and
Central New York Railroads, nnd is furnished
throughout with the splendid Pullman Palace cara,
in which travelers find all the luxuries of home, aud
never leave them without regret. The fare by this
route is 112.50 gold from San Francisco to New
York, and the palace traius leave twice a week. Mr.
i Howard has come to prospect, witu a view to an
i toJJ n : ,i - ,r
! the United States or Europe, can purchase through
tickets iu Honolulu. Mr. Samuel A. Lewis is the
I general Agent of the company, office at 2u8 Mon
eomerj' street ban r ranciseo.
; & J
j QricK Dispatch. To give our readers abroad
' somL' idea of the facilities afforded at this port for
I Vhargingand loading steamers we will state that
toe .'li'lX liiwiiru cariro o. lour iiuuuieu ioiib n as
(iischir.-d. and one hundred tons of coal and five
I hundred tons of outward cargo taken on board, in
: 1,on fro the time sue touched th.; wharf.
! Ihe work could have been done in less time, had
i there been any necessity for it.
Legal Notices. In the matter of the estate of
George Eberts, deceased intestate, application of J.
II. Coney, for letters of administration. Hearing
set for Friday, June 10th, before Hon. F. S. Lyman,
at Ililo. Thursday, May 2Gth. is fixed for all
creditors of the bankrupt estate of C. 1$. Spencer &
Co. to appear before Mr. Justice iVidemann, to
i P- A party of fifteen or twent
enty islanders, who
left in the Idaho in April, expected to leave San
Francisco, in one of the Pullman cars, on the 12th
of May, and would reach New York and Boston by
the l!Ub or 20th of this month. Passengers who
have lately come over the entire route say that the
arrangements lor comfort and speed, cannot be
surpassed on any railroads in the world.
OX TIIEVERAXDAII OP KKOPl'KA
A Store. Snuth Kona. one U LACK LEATHER SAI3-
; (ifei Di.t:. with l.'periiea.i broken.
! 6 1 lie Owner can have the same by pay inp fur this ad
To tlac laiblic.
! rfiHK PARTNERSHIP IIFRKTOFORK
i. exisliinr between K. B. 11 A III' KR and .1. T. CIlAYTKK in
; the Il:ick?mith;ng Husines.i, ii this day dissolved, and I will be
no further re.-onsible for any debts contracted in the partutr-
i thii name m ha hpf.r $ chatku.
Honolulu. May 20, 1870. 7303c J. T. CHAYTER.
A l.li PERSONS KOl?M TRESPASSING
on n.y Land of OWOULIXUI, South Kona, will lie pros
ecuted accor ling to the Law ; and all ai im lis Cattle, Sherp,
Uop.tg, &c. tound tro3Mf.siiii; on said Ououlinui. from and
after this notice, will be driven to the (Joverninent Pound.
730 1m THOMAS IIUUHKS.
IMOW LANDING !
THE USUAL ASSORTMENT
Hams, Bacon, Smoked Beef,
HUMBOLDT POTATOES, 0HI0HS,
FOR SALE BY
39 Fort Street.
A. S. CLEGHORAl
Has Jast Received at his
Fort Street Store!
Ladies White and Colored
SUPERIOR FREXCII KID GIOVES!
SUPERIOR FRENCH KID GLOVES!
. , . . . , . x .
Riding GlOVeS and GaUntletSi
Pkhsoxal. We are pleased to welcome back
several of our returning residents, who have been
away for some tfm past. Among them Ilev. Mr.
Damon, Seaman's Chaplain and his wife, who have
been to Europe and Egypt, tho Holy Land, and
almost every other place, including that city to
which all Americans are said to go where they die-,
Mr. Damon will ofliciate at the Bethel to-morrow.
liev. Dr. Clark, Secretary of the A. H. C. V. M.
is among tbe pa,stngf rs. He comes to attend the I
annual or rattier jubilee meeting of the Hawaiian
settle over the Fort street church and Uev Mr
. . . - . ! u 1
i iiuamson. 10 iaKe cnarge of the Episcopal church. ,BU ,lu,a pruuiiuijr euperiur iwr wcai,iu w iuuuc up
The names of Consul Hall of Sydney, W. W. tIus Clt an at 'css C0!,t- Prt'e8 desirous of ob
Ilall and wife of this city. Dr. Shipley and wile taining a good turn out should inspect thin stock.
Consul Severance, liev. O. II. Gulick.'and others
win also lie noticed.
We hear that Dr. L. II. Gulick has been ap
pointed to be traveling agent of the A. IJ. F. M. for
the southern part of New England, and that he has
abandoned all idea of returning to these islands.
Jubilee Meeting. Arrangements are being made
to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the establish
ment f the American Mission in these islands,
as a Hawaiian Missionary Jubilee, and we under,
stand that a programme will be issued next week,
by the committee having the matter in hand.
EST Lady Franklin left San Francisco on Satur-
vlct'oAl!"1 23, ia tLe u' s- 8team,'r ir5mi'foriSTEAlVlSHIP AJAX !
FOR SAA FRA1VCISCO !
The North Pacific Transportation Company's
Connecting here with the Australian Mail Steamship
City ol" 3Xolloniiio !
DUG TO-OAV !
Will leave for the. above port as soon after the arrival of the
Au?lni!i:m .Mail Steamer as U possible to effect the transfer of
the Mails and Passengers. This will not be before
SATURDAY, MAY 21, at 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
A Gun will be fired from on board the AJAX four hours be
fore sailing. O" For further particulars, apply lo
. 730 CAPT. K. S. FL0VD.
IS IIEREBV GIVEX THAT C. BREWER
& CO. are toy Afrents during my absence frrim this Kin;
dom. (7U0 1.ni) J. BOARDMAN.
UST RKCEIVEI) PER P. C. Ml'RRAY,
3 an invoice of Lamp Chimneys for Kerosene Lamps. Fur
F. A. 8CUAKFKU & CO.'S.
SACKS SUPERIOR OREGON OATil,
Md r w clean ami heavy, just received per " Jane A. Fal
kiuburg," and for sale nt the " Family Grocery and Feed Store,"
by (730 lm) I. BAUTLKTT.
One Jubilee Melodeon Oran !
X E V HAVE X M RLO DEO X
Coir,iiiiiy manufacture, just received per li. C.
Murray. Apply to
7J0 lm CASTI.E ir COOKE.
A GOOD S1ZKI HORSE. WELL
broken to Harness. Any one having such an an
inml to dispose of, will please address
Post Office ox No. 101.
lTiiiiaiiii Oat II ay.
A FEW TONS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Orders addressed to the umlersigned, or lelt at the Wash"
int'in Market, will receive prompt attention.
730 !lt J. II. WOOD.
NEW SALMON !
NOT OVER 30 DAYS OLD,
RECEIVED HI' THE JA SE A F.l LKI.V
burg. Families supplied with the I h"icest Cuts at the
Full Market by (730 3t) E. C. McCANULKKS.
ll'ST RECEIVED PER D. O.MURRAY
3 aud tteauier A J AX,
FIjVE II IS A VI" IK
PUMP SOLE BOOTS
Oxford Ties, Strap Shoes, &c.
Direct from the Manufactory.
liftdlios' aiicl XVHssos'
BOOTS, B.'L MORALS 1IVD SLirPKS.
FINE PAGODA AND STRAW HATS.
FOR SALK BY
DULY EAPEITED PER COMET,"
THE USUAL ASSORTMENT
KXTIU AND StPERFIXE FLOUR,
Oregon Oats, X3r.xa.
WHEAT, HUMBOLDT POTATOES,
ASSORTED CRACKERS, ETC., ETC.
FOR SALE BY
59 Fort Sirrrt.
EX STEAMER AJAX
From San Francisco.
AGS GOLDEX GATE MAKER'S EXTRA
Bags OolJen Gate Family Flour,
Cases Roast Mattnn,
Cases Roast Beef,
Cases Roast Veal,
Cases California Karon, Cases California Haras,
CASES CALIFORNIA CODFISH,'
Cases Roast Chicken,
Cases Roast Turky,
Case Soap and ftoulli.
Cases Saosag Meat,
Cases Mince Meat,
CASES CALIFORNIA SMOKED BEEF,
CASES CALIFORNIA CHEESE.
Bags Dried Peaches, '
Bales California Oat Ilsy,
Bags California Oats,
Bags California Bran.
Bags California Wheat,
TINS OF ASSORTED CRACKERS,
3Il!k, Water, .Vine, Wafer, Soda, and
JENNY LI N D CAKES.
ZS" For sale Low by
Tiost II. K MrlXTVRE $c BRO.
r?f The departure of Ihe Ajax d'ii ud.i on th
arrival of the Australian steamer City f Mllltlril,
which is expected here to day, but may not nnivi
before Sunday or Monday. The Ajax will h ave
for San Francisco us soon ns the pisi-fn(.r,
freight, baggaireand mails can be transferred ; and
the City of Melbourne will return to Sydney B
soon ns she can coal up. The object is to hasten
the departure of each steamer, so that the tiuie
through may be as short as possible.
Fine Workmanship. A look into the carriage
fMr f R.M.field ( the second floor ofhii
to foreign manufacture for beauty of design and fin.
I S .X. 1 1.11.. !.!. .. .. 1 ....... .1..
HONOLULU AND SAN FRANCISCO.
BY . - m TIIK
Can-Tin? (hc United States Mails.
Will Leave Sim Frnncisco,
Ou or about.
And will Leave Honolulu
On or about..
For Freight or Tassage, or for furthfr Inform,
tion, apply to
CAPTAIN IL S. iFI.OVU.
Or to the Company's A (rents.
THE FAST BAILING IiAKKKNTINK
JANE A. FALKINBUfiG,
"Mi CAT III 'ART, MASTER, V,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port, f.
For Freighter Pasna, having Sujrior ArcommoiUtioiit lor -Cabin
Passengers, apply to -
CASTLK ii COOKK, Ag.i.ls,
Or to the Captain on board.
IFawsiiisin lackcf SAnv
TIIK FINK AMFKICAN CLIPI'KIl 11AHK
NOW FI LLY WU FROM P0U1LANU, J
Will have Dispatch for the above Port.h
For Freight or Passace, having siiH-rior auoiniino'latlitis 1
for cabin and steerage passengers, apply to
nAL.iif.ifc A 1.1. K.N, Agenl
FOR VICTORIA, R. V.
TIIK A 1 TURKIC MASTED HCIIOON F.Il
TnA. P. JORDAN, f
r3$$rr. iso roys per register,
A. Ii. PERRV MASTER,
Will have Iimiiedlal Dlspatrli fur the above Toit.
For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on bonrd, or to J
730 It W. L. VRKK.M. I
1'OSt Ii:m8;ItXE '.'X
Tk t..n i . - .. : l r a m tit a t V
a lie ii in; inn. vitiNlijf it 1 DJimilie
i- 211 Tons KrKUlir. I
la utinrllv lill.t.l (rum K..n I'.innivfi ....I ...III
. ..... --j no tniivmv .ih .m IJV.fl lUIUIC
diatu Lt'MiMtrh fT the above port. r
IT Ailvanrrs mailt- on thipments of Produce, and Freight
taken at reasonable r.ites. ror particular, apply to
730 Or U W. L.TX-'H V. 4.
Iffawaiisin l:vKvt Unc
TIIK A 1 CLIPPKJl BARK
D. C. RflURRAY,
HEXXETT, Mn afrr.
Will have Dispatch for the above Port
Suj-erior Accommodations arc offered J'assrngfrt
oy i 'its vess'l.
Vr Freight or Passage app'y lo
727 WALK KR k ALLKN, Apents.
FOR HILO DIRECT!
TUN CLIPPKft BClUiONKIl
II OR REM. MASTER,
Will Sil To-I)ay, Salorday, May 2d, nt 5 T. W.
pftaxeiiijiTS by li.-r will ha-e Ihe opportunity t( VisitiiiK th
,iiii:iii on ut.Hu mi rciuruiiitr 11 iionoiiuu m ten rlHys.
7-JU It U. f.-rKK ti CO., Asrnts.
W ill run as a Kepular Packet lo the above inirt. For Vrrul.i
or P:isHKe apply lo f
12i bin WAI.KKIl k ALLFN, AKnts. fy'
Regular Packet for Koolau, Oaliu.-f
THE CLUTCH 6CIKXINBK,
J. WOOD, .MAST ICR. il
Will run reanlarly hrttrnn Honolulu and the various
jtorls of Koolau, Oahu. r
For froicht or tiassage rt!y lo I
-1 a'" TUB CAITAIN, on lioaM.
Regular Packet for Ilanalci, Knnai
TIIK CLUTCH BCIlOONFK
Will Sail an a Rejnlar Vncla t a ahore.
For Freight r passage apply to
a v jiu
WALKF.lt h ALI.KX
J. II. WICKE, -
C A III IV H T .11 A K 13 It ,
ALASKA araarr Bti.ow thk thxathk.
furniture maJu ami ri-pairfd at reasoiiHhle .rie-s.
rMIE UMIKItMCXIvl) IIKI.NG AIIOUTTOV,.
JL l-ae this KinR torn, notifies all
inax niiK-ss int-ir accnuii'.s are sellli d I i I e M:h Hint, thry wii'3
be placed in the hands of an Attorney lr collection
A IIORNK AMI LIGHT KX-
preas Wagon, tri'tl llariitss Cfnplete.
Ap.lyto M. LfcW IS 4r CO.,
724 lm King strss.
SEVERAL COTTAGES, I'LKASAXT 1. X fa
situated, with l'asturs OrouoJs i'l nairr rir'ieKn.rJ,r
1ICGO 8TAN0F.N WALP. M. T.
TIIK tTXBBRIMNEn. AT TIIK irf
Klrequest of a-eral gentieinrn, wi.t.es to asewtala rr
2-Chat Lot caa be procured, sulUble whereoo hj
bui; a Hotel.
Any arty ownlnf a Town Lot or proper dimensions and lo
cality lor a Hotel, ani is wining 10 sen at a reasonaois pr-i
win nM ntki tha same known to I
72H 8t V. C. WATERMAN, fw
Co-Part iicr!iip IVolice.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ENTERED
. It ss eo-partnersi.:,! for the purpose of carrying on If
Boot and Sboe soanufsctaring and replnn,r, ond-r tlie nasi
ana style of H. LETT Co. ju-j.
Honolulu, April 20th, 1370.
Dissolntion of Partnership.
rsrxIIV. PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
i existing between J. UAV19 and OABIT-R BYLVA, m JJR
th. firm name and styls of J. DdriSk CO., has beeu tU
dsy dissolved by mutual sonsent. All debts of ths said ' J
will ba settled, sm1 all aeooontsdos them w.ll be elleetl i. ,
J. DAVL4. who will continue tbc business at ths Old Bland, I
.iAxa, P4VIU, tiika
Honolulu, May 6, 1S70 -' " f