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SATLROA r. JVXF. 11. H?0.
Th cauiilUinof the Cal.Cmia wheal eropv anya the B nllelin,
U Ivginnlof lo ecite alarm. A tlet making doe allowance
the usual amount of emakuif, incident to tbe st-asoo and to
Uiose interested in lie matter, we find it ! be generally eoo
retlej that Ihe rwnt pro peel It nathi-Ticf aerop as larfe
u tb laM soe ia exceedingly sloa. An EtMflwh trade circular
estimate that Crest Britain must import 24,0OQJXX) bushels of
wheat between the Brit of April ami flrt of September, which
must nearly all go rroni America. These two circumstances
, will trad to pal up the price of lloar.
There at " corner " In the Eastern peanut market. The
crop wxa nhorl" !.ul srar.a. awl a Cincinnati firm ia baying
op ail the crop that can be bad. lr the purpose of making a
corner wtth will enable it to put np the price to a giddy
point, when eaousi baa bren obtained in to rule the market.
The firm kaa already coilectrd in their warehouse about three
unrfrrd Ik iawd busbr-Is, and tbey continue to roll in.
The United rotates receipts frcm Internal revenue tr April
were tbe largest yet reported, amounting lo$l3,30.l3, against
$U,0,i M r April, ISO, showing an increase of $1,224,005.
The total rreWpts the current year to date are $137,314
7 JO. 71 againat $llo.WJh& 14 r the same ten months in lo6S,
showing a gain of $il.Tii,V2 67 (or the current fiscal year.
fuch figures as these ought lo increase the confidence of foreign
nations in the financial sounduess of Ihe United, Stale. Tbe
refaction ia the public debt U.t tbe month of April reached
Tbe :nuner Japin arrived at San Francisco from Yokohama
M.iy 1-1, bringir.g 100 European passengers, among them tir
Richard Graves ami Lady McDonnell t San Franctaco, Count
and CbUDtesa de la Tour for Europe, and 1,270 Chinese.
SATURDAY, JUNE 11.
Ilnlter nutl Ilulrtlnilixe.
Ia the report of the debates in tbe Assembly
on Friday of last week, will be found a speech
by Ilia Excellency the Minister of the Interior,
on the question of voting the supplies required
by the Goveminent papers, the Gazelle and Au
Okoa. During the discussion, the Minister took
occasion to refer to the Advertiser and ita pub
lisher in the following language :
Any one had a right to oppose the ministry, but it
was carried farther than that in this city by a certain
newspaper. lhey Lave tried for years to bnog the
King into disrepute and ridicule, which items were
copied ur and wide, and tin paper compared ilia
.Majesty to King Dabomey at one time (but it waa
daring the absence of the editor.) There were many
letters published in this paper with slurs on tbe King,
bat his nnue was not puolished. In the case where
Ilia Majesty gave a party at Waikiki for the Duke of
xxlinburgh, the article in this paper was very similar
to that contained in the Overland Monthly, which
dealt in innuendoes that the ladies were only waiting
for the darkness to come on to enable them to prosti
tute themselves, and that was published also. (Mr.
The bark Adtii Carlton from San Francisco, en route for j Lyons said he had read the article, and did not draw
Japan, and the codfl-hin schooner Witch Queen from Car- : anT 8Qch conclusion, but if the Minister thought
men Island, ft ,r the OrboUk, are th ouly arrivals the paat
week. Both vessels have sailed again.
Among oar expotu, ws n-.te tbe b&rkentine Jane J. fajiin
urg l.r Portland and the schooner A. P. Jordan (jt Victoria,
both with roll carj es of produce.
. Business has been very dull the resent week, ia tbe absence
of foreign arrivals. .
The steam trade from Liverpool through the Isthmus of
Eaes, is becoming very considerable.
"W-ond Assistant Encinm-r G. IV. Ba'rd. attached to the i
otherwise it was a case of " evil be to him, who evil
thinks.") Mr. Hutchison said he did not speak of
the idea the editor intended to give, but the impres
sion received from tbe article. lie cited these in
stances to show that tbe paper was not as loyal aaH
pretended to be. "
It has always been a rule with the publisher
of this paper Dever to albw any article or item
j to appear in it, which could by any possibility
be construed as offensive to our sovereign or to
Navy Yaf'l, Mare I-iUini. h is invented a condenser, with ap-
laratos attached, which immedinte'y cools and crates the j any 0f the aliiS, whom We have ever treated With
waurr, so as to rentier it fit tor drinking at once. Oaird has j J
already rceive.i a patent for his apparatus, which works ari- j the utmost respect and deference ; and many are
mwahly.lhe water b-ing very eoui. with only a very slight j ..a T, v.:u h,v
tiiu a svtua arv4 ca a i. tvivn crv u m,j j niitMi uaw
consigned to the waste-batkct for no other reason
than that they might be thought offensive. AVe
were, therefore, amazed at the language uttered
by the Minister, and quite at a loss to know
what he referred to. On inquiry, and referring
back to our files, we find that an anecdote told
j by (Jcncral McCook, which was copied into this
efcnginou taste, such as men so board ship would hardly de
lect. The arrival of emigrant Irishmen al New York recently was
tinfrr"erdntnlly larifr. The nnmbrr pasain? through Csstle
;ar.lr-T was greater than on any one dy since the bediming of
theyenr. TbefJIowinr nam'd stcamrrs, all from Liverpool,
brui;ht ench the nunit-r of emigrants annexed : France,
UK ; Crim f Mtnr.htmur, tilt; 4 il nflfa'kini;fn, 1,126;
fnlorado, 1l making a tVJ of 4.41 i Ttie .ifj'i, from
Hamnarg. bniachl CiO emitr' tnts, making the total number ar
riving at ew York iuone d iy iM'-t-
Foa Mm Fici-co I'er Coml, soon.
Fiu Lauaixa Ir ISetiiu ilrilU l-xlay.
f'oa IIilo fer tWd Felh-w, Monday.
Fua Kaisl fer ilattir, s-ion.
PORT Or H02JOZ.TJZ.T7. II. I.
4 Am sell Witch Uiwi, Stephens, 19 days from Car
t Srhr Active, M'-llis-h. frnm Hawaii.
5 S-hr Waiola. Itudoit, from Mokkat.
S Brit bk A. Mia CarM-m, W hit?, 13 days from San
6 slchr Mary, Kaai, from Kauai.
ii-Vhr Kenni Ann, Rikrke, from Kauai.
6 Sc-hr MariUla, B-rrill. from Il.iwaii.
It iVhr Manuokawai. Makalti, from MaaL
H Schr Warwick. J .l.n Hull, fp.in Molokai.
H rv-fir Pauahi. Ilnastier. from MolokaL
WH. hr N. iin; Merrill. Cluney, from Hawaii and Maui.
whr Mary Ellm, Harrison, froua Maui.
10 S, fir llattb, .Nika, from Kauai.
1 Schr Fairy Uuuen, itniith, from Kauai.
1 tichr Luka, front llawaii.
Jane 4 Am barkentioe Jane A Falkinburg, Calhrart, fir
4 Sclir Kate Lee. Borrea, fnf IJawaiL
4 tjfhr Mai lie. iHika. for Kauai.
4 fchr Fairy Qaren, Hmith. for Kauai.
Brit hk AJelia Carlet.jo, White-, trie Yokohama.
& Am th Gov Morton, llowland' for Pbonix Island.
C !chr Ka Moi, Powers, f Maui.
cbr Moi Kcikl, lor Maui.
6 Jrhr Pmuabi, Ualfatirr, for Mokjkai.
Kchr loliu, U Motokai.
T V B 9 elaginaw. Bieard, Hdway IlanJ.
7 rVhr Active, Mellish, for Mnuu
7 Hchr Kinau. Wahia. for Maui.
7 A hr llokulele, tot KauaL
h 8,-hr Mry. fbr Kauai.
Hit Waiwla. Dudoit, fur M.ta! and Molokai.
H Schr Prince. Marcbaiit, f'iT llawaii.
V Am sen W itch Uaeen, rttepbens, tit fishing cruise.
. 9 lint srhr A P .Ionian, Forbr, fbr Victoria, V 1.
W lichr Warwick. Joan Bull, fur Molokai.
9 JVhr Maribla. IJ.-rrill. Hawaii.
IP hr Pauahi, BaUasiicr, fbr Moiokai and Iani.
Fob Victobi a, V I Per A P Jordan, June 9th t
Douanas, I'Dctia. ....... &0 Pulu, lbs..........
Jnri.uuu, Na. ........ 3,000 Hugar, lbs..........
t'ofiVe. lbs 040 Salt, tons
MolSMes. galls... ..... 0,1 j0
Value iKsncstic $12,502
Fob roBTLA.in, O Per Jane A Falkinburg, June 4ih
Coffee, lbs 15,141 fall. Ions.... 60
Cocoonuxs. No......... 1,000 guru, lbs........... 677,064
Value Foreign $76.62 i LtomesUc. ..$36,345.16
Fob Pobti.d, O Per Jane A Fa'kinburg. June 4 Uenrge
.Clark and sik, Bliss Jane Clark, George Maiosel, II Inn-
911KLD09 Ci'wvi.vs lo Il-wiolulu, on Monday evening.
May , by Rev. II. IL Parker, Jobs G. 31. Sheldo, of Ibis
city, lo Miss Ait L'tivns, of Makavao, Maui.
NOTKS OF THE WEEK.
Fiee Dep.vbtmext. The annual election for Chief
Eogiceer, and first and second assistants, took place
on MoutLiy evening Lut. Chief Engineer C. E.
illianjs and ateistant Ilasainger, who have served
so well for several rears, declined a re-election. Two
tickets were ia the field, and after a spirited contest,
Charles N. Fpencer was chosen Chief Engineer by
only two majority otcr his competitor. William
Hughes was elected 1st assistant, and E. II. Boyd,
151 assistant Tbe Fire Department roll consists f
:00 members, of which No. 1 numbers 82; No. 2, 80;
No. 4. ; Hook and Ladder 47, and Hose Co. 26.
The efficiency of the department was never better
than at present-
As IIosrsT Dot. Early lat 'Wednesday morning,
a little native bry, in crossing the bridge below the
Kanniakapilt Church, Lund a pair of gold and
enamel ear-rings. With an honesty of mind and a
sense cf what was right in the matter, he proceeded
at once to Mr. Itojton. the Deputy Marshal, and
potting the ear-ring into his hands, auiJ " Perhaps
yo m.ty find out the owner of these things." A
good many grown people of a lighter complexion
than this little Hawaiian, would have pocketed the
jewelry and said nothing about it.
Jcbiux WtfcK The fiftieth anniversary of the
introduction of Chrietianity on these Islands, will be
observed, as we learn, very thoroughly by the native
portion of our population in particular. The surviv
ing graduates of the Lahainalana Seminary, as
many as can be got together, will meet at Kawaiahao
on Monday evening, and make the proper arrange
ments fur appearing in a body on Wednesday the
15th, the day appointed for the special services and
tbe pknic. . .
Tux Dbituu FtTisa Scadros." This Beet of
war ships, se called because it has no particular
station, cmLjts of six steamers the Liverpool,
(which irf the fltgihip, ucJer command of Admiral
Horny,) the Pht4, Endymion, Scylta, Baron,
and i-jfy. They led Yokohama on, the I'Jth of
April for Victoria, Vancouver's bland, which place
they were to leave about June 1st for Honolulu.
They wCI be due here between, the 15th and I'Jih
instant, and will remain in port tea or twelve days.
Th Pbmsce. This schooner has been completely
overhauled and refiUed by Messrs. Foster & Co., and
has been placed on the Kona route, under the com
mand of that veteran CapC Lorenzo Marehant. .An
iron tank has beea placed on deck and tapped so as
to allow water to be drawn from it in the cabin ;
rather an improvement on the open cask oa deck to
.which all are free. The tumbler rack has painted
npon it the suggestive initials L U. G. T.
Masosic. A special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21, F. k A. Ml, will be held at their Lodge room,
. lLtkee building,' Queen street, on Thursday even
ing next, at 74 o'clock. Sojourning brethren are
cordially invited to attend.
. - .. '
E7 . The steamers- Jljax from San Francisco, and
TVonga Wonga from Sydney, will both be due at
thl port on Monday, the 20th inat, and will leave
on or about the 2&i, thus remaining in port tnly
two days or to. -
k, . psr. The eighteenth anniversary of the Hawaiian
Mission Children Society will be held this evening,
a4 74 o'sioek. in the Fort. Street Church. Tbe
pn.bl.ie are invited-
The annual examination of the pupils at Pu
nahoa College will take place on Tuesday next, com
mencing, ai if .V and closing at 3 and .4 P. M.
J jnper during our absence on nnothor inland, is
1 the or.e alluded to. The same ittia also appeared.
word for word, in the Giizette, the official organ
of the Minister?. A charge made againet them
of an attempt to burn the jmlace would not bo
wore unjust nnJ untruthful, than this silly cliarge
against us of a design to ridicule His Majesty for
doing what we liad 110 agency whatever in, and
what the Ministers themselves had already sanc
tioned . So much for the Minister's first grievance.
Now reppocting the lulahula jirty which was
given to the Duke of Edinburgh in July laet.
The MiniPtcr states above that it was given by
the King. Now, on the authority of the Gazette.
1 which is considered in some quarters very rclia-
Me, we deny this assertion, ns the official organ
fctatcd in its ieeuc of July 23th. that it was given
by anotLer person, and that His Majesty was
simply present as a guePt. Uut be this as it
may, it iT 110 material consequerjee to a correct
understanding of the matter, ns our comments
referred not to pereons but to the tirformance,
and the only language used by us wan this :
On Tueatlay Ibe Duke and severs! oluccrs cf the tinlatea at
tftitkd a i.i'o or native fcsat at Waikiki. JJnjesly and
the Queens Dowager Kalama arid L'nnia, and Her Excellency
the Covenwss of liawsil. with other ladies of Ihe Court were
alM preset,!. Tbe Qaxette states that it was an " exrlusi vc-ly
native partv." We have heard it slated that it was so intended,
and to carry ont Die Intention wvi.il half-caste ladies, who
have married foreigners, were invited and their hutband
emitted in the invitations certainly a very singular and
questionable rjceedure, and one nt calculated to engender
fxl lecliiif . We regret to have to chromcie the fact that the
diraceful llnla-dance was a part ortherpgrainme,and trust
for the sake of common decency that it may b the huil time
that this relict of heathenism may be erfurnitd before such an
audience. Had not a heavy shower of rain fdlen at about 6
o'clock it U possilik: that the scenes so clearly depicted in a re-
' ia me uveriana aiagazine would nave been re
enacted. la there anything here disrespectful to any one
in authority? Not in the least. Much less dis
loyal. But says the Minister, it is riimilar to the
language used in the Overland Monthly, &c.
Let us follow up the ghost that haunts tho Min
ister, and see what it is. On referring to
the article alluded to, which by-thc-bve, is said to
have been written by a worthy naval offi
cer, and is in every respect a chaste, graphic
and true description of ibland life and amuse
ments, it says :
"The King, America. England, etc., weredulv toasted amid
the deafening clatter of the calnhasl.es, the noie of Hawaiian
loquacity, and Ihe general disposition of every Kanaka tn ele
vate hid voice above Ibat of his neighbor. It is questionable
whether the united din of a doaen boiler foundries in full opera-
: lion could exceed the uoi e of a crowd of excited Kanakas. It
was all well-meant, however, and Conformed in every respect to
j tbe native ideas of how an entertainment should be conducted.
This revelry ox unity terminates in scenes of
, unbridled debauchery and drunkenness, wherein all restraint is
r fciid aside ; but. hanntlv for tbe natives, this relic of tl.lr l.ar.
barism is Cist dying out, under the salutary influenced the
Is there anything in these extracts and they
are the only ones which appear to have disturbed
the Minister's peace of wind that justifies him
in saying "that the article in this paper was
very simiLir to that contained in the Overland
Monthly, which dealt in innuendoes tliat the ladies
were only waiting for the darkness to come on to
enable them to prostitute themselves? " Nothing
whatever. Neither the writer of the item in the
Advertiser or the article in the Overland, ever
dreamed of prostitution in connection with the
above ; and probably no one else did unless it
were tho Minister. A man's perceptive faculties
must be very crooked when he draws such
inferences from such plain language. And such
is the senseless twaddle on which Ministcis bane
their arguments and debates in the legislative
halls of the country. The truth is, when we
come to sift the matter over, there is no founda
tion whatever for tle statements. There are
persons in this community, pampered and fed at
the public crib, who are constantly searching for
something in this pajr which they cun distort to
its injury, and who are acting as cettv tale-
bearers, endeavoring to excite prejudice against it.
The facts we have disclosed furnish a fair sample
of the scandal retailed about by them which is
repeated so often that themselves believe it.
This dragging forward of tho King's name to
screen themselves, is characteristic of our lilli
putian Ministers, who when driven to a strait,
attempt to raise a dust by false charges, then
getting behind the person of the King to shield
thenifitlvcs. A noble Roman would disdain to
serve bis sovereign thus. The King's name is
sacred, and this bandying of biin about, as if be
were a football, however agreeable it may be to
Ministers, ia humiliating to the people. The
loyalty of a Minister who can use bis master for
snch purposes, can be guaged with a very small
"When , we come to talk of the morality of
hula hulas, there can be no difference of opinion,
that they are debasing and demoralizing, and
should be discouraged by every virtuous man and
woman in the country. Wc have held and
uttered the same opinion ever 6ince we took
Charge of this joper, and we sltall continue to do
so as long as wc publish it, no matter who
may encourage the licentious exhibitions. Some
fourteen years ago,.. when tlu's same question
agitated the community, we spoke as follows in
the Advertiser, and our sentiments are as ap
propriate now as then : -
The article over the sijmatnre of " Hulahula " Id our last
issue, though tbe keen edge of its quiet sarcasm would be
hardly noticed by the casual reader, has attracted public au
tentioo to tbe vile character and tendency of some of these
scenes, and recalls to the thoughtless frequenter of them, a
coraridonUum of the enormity of the wrong be is doing to him
self and society. 1 1 is hardly credible that such things are for'
a moment suffered to eist in Honolulu. Thai persons claiming
respectability in society, could descend lo such vile expedients
for tbe sake of pecuniary fain ( or thai persons who from their
education, wtsllh, posilioQ or abilities, ought to lead the public
st-minicnt, and give tone and clianu ler t our society, should
so far forget their aelf respect, or Ihe claims of society, as to
patronize and countenance such outrages npon public morality
ami decency, as the scenes to which 44 Hulahula" alludes.
W hen such amusements are sought by men to whom their own
family ties and associations are powerless for restraint, it is
lime for every father, husband ami brother to rouse himself
and endeavor to protect those dear to him from the contaminat
ing presence of those whose moral sentiment is so far destroyed
by ihe influence of such unhallowed and polluting scenes. If
persons are to be tolerated in society who frequent such
scenes, we shall aoon eease to wonder at the effrontery with
which on a recent public occasion, known prostitutes or cast
on mistresses, who by some chance had obtained admission,
though we are informed that no tickets bad been Issued to
them by Ihe managers, were selected as partners by young
men who would indignantly resent any imputation on their
own respectability, and who danced with them under Ihe very
eyes of virtuous lad es, who perhaps had been their predeces
sors in the dance with these misguided youths.
But such things must not be tolerated. Every virtuous
heart in this community shuuld rise at once and rebuke this
foul slain, this damning blot on our society. We have been too
long indifferent to the progress of this evil, and now it is
brought home to our very doors. On the ladies themselves
much of this responsibility rests, of correcting this evil, and
with them too, the power to furnish to our young men innocent
and attractive sources of amusement, that may wive some who
have already strayed from the path of virtuous enjoyment, anu
will do much to prevent others from feeling any ics:re to seek
ihose impure pleasures. To do this it is not necessary to vio
late any religious scruples, though a Utile more charity towards
the liberal views 01 tnose wno are anown w uc "'6"
principled and who have been educated with such views, would
not be amiMS. We respect Ihe religious scruples of all classes,
even though some may deem them prejudices, and would not
desire to see any means of amusement introduced at our sew
ing circles or other social gatherings that would offend those
scruples. But we can and must endeavor to render the social
circle more attractive to our young men. If it is not proper to
introduce dancing. Introduce some oilier species of entertain
ment. The young are easily amused, and if the wretched
formality and siittrjess which now characterize many of our
little parses was scattered to the winds, enjoyment would natu
It may be considered by some to be out of our province, as
public journalists, to comment on the character of our social
amusements, but we believe it to be the strict du:y of the press
to endeavor to correct abuses when they become pubte,
whether relating to individuals or lo the public welfare. We
do not enter into the discussion of abstract questions .f morals,
nor do we seek to drag the immoralities of our neighbors into
light ; but if they so far forget what is due to tliemselves and
to the commuiiitv. as to nrotrude their immoralities in pu..lic,
ami outrage common propriety and decency, we have no course
left us but to comment thereon with that freedom which the
public good demands. We have received several communica
linm nn this mime, subject. showiDl the excited feeling of-lhe
community In Ihe matter, but the length of our remarks must j
exclude them for the present.
There is one feature in the Legislative body
which is new, so far as this country is concerned,
and it should be noted, as showing their advance
ment, or the contrary, in the science of carrying
on a deliberative body, to which, it is to be sup
posed, is entrusted the interests of the Nation at
arge. The House meets each day at the hour of
11. An hour after, pretty inueh all of the mem
bers feel the necessity or the inclination for a
unch, and between 12 and 1, many of the mem
bers, Representatives as well as Nobles, by twos,
threes, and fours, quietly take their hats and
proceed to some restaurant, or other place where
refreshments are to be had, whence they return
in an .hour or less, quite oblivious of what
has been done in their absence. Some of the
Ministers, however, appear to have a " plant "
of their own, within the precincts of the Court
House, to the neighborhood of which they may
be seen daily descending about the hour of 12,
holding affectionately by the arm some favored
Representative of the beloved people, on whom is
bestowed the most gracious nods and smiles.
Arrived at the location of the " plant," the door
is closed, and shortly after arc heard sounds re
sembling the drawing of corks, mingled with
those of laughter, and pretty loud talking.
The only proper way to regulate the time of
holding the sessions, and to keep the members in
their seats, is to meet at lU o'clock, adjourn for
lunch at 12 or 1, for an hour only, and then go
vigorously at the business before them. At
present the scats of one half the members are
vacant during a good portion of the session. '
There is an Act before the House, introduced
by a member from IIilo. providing that all ocean
and river fishing grounds shall be purchased by
Government, and made ireo to all. The idea of
course strikes one as unjust that certain persons
should possess the monopoly of large fishing
grounds in the sea, to the exclusion of the poor,
or perhaps to make them little else than servants
who earn money to support their masters. But
such is the case in these islands, and is so not
only by ancient custom but by decisions of the
Land Commission. The obstacle in the way of
the bill becoming of any use, even should it be
finally passed, is that the konohikis who legally
own the fishing grounds, would ask their own
price for a quit-claim of their rights therein, and
it would amount to such a sum as would more
than swamp the Treasury.
Mr. Kuapau's resolution on Thursday, request
ing information from the Minister of tho Interior,
as to the reason why the Thirty-First of July
" Restoration Day ' is no longer observed as a
holiday, whereas it was the anniversary of the
day on which Kauikeaouli the Good pronounced
the words which form the motto of tho Nation
to-day, The life of the land is established in
righteousness," seemed rather pertinent. It
was listened to by the Minister with undisguised
levity, and of course, came to naught. For the
Ministry seem to bave arranged matters so that
they have a workirjg majority in the House, and
can have most things pretty much their own
way. In the early part of tho present week, for
instance, it was stated by one of the ministerial
supporters, that noses bad been counted, and
there were only eleven Representatives who would
vote for the repeal of the Masters and Servants
There lias been .some discussion both in and
out of the Assembly, regarding the meaning of
the word kauxca, which is used in our statutes and
is applied to every description of servants in the
kingdom. Andrews, in bis dictionary, defines it
as a servant in the most general sense a house
hold or domestic servant a slave, a menial ser
vant. The term kauxca kuapaa, an oppressed ser
vant, one who serves without pay is that gen
erally applied to- American slaves. The term
kauwa, as understood by natives, embraces all
kinds of laborers, including coolies or other bonded
laborers, w!k enter into contract for any term of
While Mr. Thompson was speaking on the
Master and Servant act on Monday lastMr. Harris
camo into tho hall, and commenced questioning
Mr. Thompson as to what he had said. . . We were
surprised that the latter gentleman should sub
mit to any such catechizing, when he waa the
peer of the Minister, who undertook to arraign
him before the House as a witness against himself.
It was the Minister's place to be in bis seat, and
if ho desired aDy information as to what had
tffinepired during his absence to inquire of the
clerk. We hope no Representative who, while in
the House, is the peer of a Noble or Minister, will
submit to any such treatment from whatever
quarter it may come.
With all bis faults and blunders there are come
creditable things about tbe Minister of the In
terior. For instance, in referring to, the petition
of tbe Fire Department, for 2,500 to pay off a
debt incurred in erecting the bell tower, His Ex
cellency wished it distinctly understood in future
that where any such job exceeded tbe estimate,
the parties interested must look elsewhere for the
deficiency, a very good rule, if applied to all.
Mr. Konioikeehuehu's rejoinder was excellent
that the same rule had better be established in
all the departments, which are asking for more
appropriations to meet deficiencies us, for in
stance, 0,000 asked by Mr. Hutchison for the
new po8t-ofSceI "It's a 'poor rule that won't
work both' ways.' . V" ' ' ' . -
Again on Friday lost, the Minister of Finance,
who ought to have known better, stated that the
Government native paper paid its expenses, or
words to that purport. Dr. Hutchison, however,
contradicted him, and 6aid that it was in
debt at least $8,000 over and above its income.
Politics must, have a demoralizing influence on
men, where it leads them, for any cause whatever,
to misstate facts. The above Is about on a par with
the statement that the independent native paper
was subsidized to the amount of $2,500 a year by
the American Board, which, as we state elsewhere
is entirely untrue. '
The Scene on Monday last, during the debate
on the Master and Servant Law, was a most ex
citin one. The defiant language used by the
Ministers, their haughty tone and manne:
showed a determination to browbeat and cower,
if possible, the opposition. Parliamentary usage
waa violated when under pressure from the Min
isterial side, the Committee of the Whole ad
journed while a speaker held the floor, the Chair-
man evidently not knowing wnat tne practice in
the case was. The purpose was apparent to all
to arclv the traz . and force the advocates of
the repeal to retire discomfited.
Yesterday, which was fixed for the final debate
on the Master and Servant Act, was opened by
a resolution by Mr. Judd, the evident intention
of which was to choke off debate, it providing
that no member should speak more than once on
the bill nor loncer than half an hour. This was
pretty cool certainly on tbe ministerial side,
when it is remembered that the four column
speech of the Minister of Foreign Affairs con
sumed one' whole session in the delivery. The
attempt, however, failed, and the bill was con
sidered in the House, without going into Com
mittee of the Whole. Mr. Thompson got the
floor, and made a speech of considerable length,
in which he brought forward strong arguments
against the existing law.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, with his
usual effrontery, once or twice interrupted the
speaker, and asked, in hia peculiarly bland man
ner, whether the contract for two months which
had resulted in three years' servitude, had been
laid on the Secretary's table. The Minister got
the deserved rebuff of "It will be, when I am
ready to do so." The member for Honolulu has
won golden opinions for the firmly independent
stand he has taken, and consistently-pursued in
this debate, squarely in the face of ministerial
and governmental influences, which have had an
apparently strong effect on some of the weak
kneed members. Few legislators have ever en
countered in their speeches more defiant and
unparliamentary opposition from Ministers than
has Mr. Thompson.
After the conclusion of Mr. Thompson's speech,
which was delivered in a calm and deliberate
manner, the coolie tide put forth their small
gun, the Minister of the Interior, who made the
arrpimenlum ad huminem, referring to the per
sonal conduct of the previous speaker. There
was nothing in this that he could bring; forward
at all injurious to tbe good name or standing of
the honorable member, but the attemptwas de
spicable, and shows the straits to which the ad
vocates of this odious law are reduced. Even
tho Vice President, who is now looked upon as a
side-ways supporter ot the Ministry, was com
pelled to call His Excellency to order for using
personal language towards the member. The
Department of Foreign Affairs was a little more
plain in the language used, such as " tcahahee,"
in Hawaiian, which Andrews translates as " a
lie." And these delectable specimens of par
liamentary etiquette, are perhaps considered by
our Ministry as fit examples to set before the na
tive members. To the credit of tbe latter be it
said, that however hot the debate, none of them
have yet been known to use language other than
gentlemanly and courteous, even in the heat of
debate. Him of the Foreign Relations, appeared
to have decidedly got off the track of morality as
well as of propriety, yesterday, when he irre
verently called upon the Deity to witness to the
truth of his peurile remarks.
At 20 minutes to 5, after some spicy debating
between two of the members for Kauai and the
member for Kau, in which the latter deprecated
the total repeal of the law, Mr. Lyons (Kohala)
closed the debate, in a very argumentative speech,
ending at 20 minutes to 6, when the vote was
taken, and resulted of course in favor of the
coolie side of the question 28 noes against 11
ayes. So the bill was indefinitely postponed
And so, by a deliberate vote of the Legislative
Assembly, the islands are to be repeopled by
It is a fact worth remembering, while studying
the operation of the Master and Servant Law,
that according to the reports of the different
Judges, there have been, during the past two
years, no less than six hundred and ninety cases
before the Courts, under the Masters and Servants
Law. The number imprisoned or those whose
time was doubled, is not mentioned, neither do
tbe J udges appear to know whether to classify
the cases as civil or criminal. As there are only
about three thousand contract laborers in all
kinds of service in the Kingdom, this would
show that about one laborer in every five has ap
peared before the Courts.
supported by ita own receipts. During the first
few years, when it had the field to itself, it paid
its way along, and yielded a fair profit to its
publisher. But since the unholy crusade of the
Government,, in establishing a paper, which is
virtually furnished free to its readers at the public
expense, it has been an up hill work to sustain
the independent native paper. Dr. Hutchison
admits that their paper is $8000 in debt. Prob
ably $12,000 is nearer tbe actual debt incurred
in printing it for five years, or an annual loss of
The Kitokoa newspaper has, as yet, been no loss
to its publisher; but we are free to say it is no
profit. ; and we don't propose to spend our ener
gies in sustaining it without some compensation
fbr the outlay, risk and labor involved. As the
administration takes the stand that a Bubsidy is
necessary to sustain its Hawaiian paper, we must
do the same; and hereby give notice that the
publisher of the Kuokoa is prepared to enter into
negotiations for a reasonable subsidy for carrying
on that journal. The attention of tbe agents of
the Governments of China, Japan, Great Britain,
the United States, France or any other power or
potentate is hereby called to the fact, and we will
guarantee that the investment will return as
large a profit in the interest of its patrons as tbe
official Hawaiian paper does to this Government
If the independent native press of Hawaii is to
be crushed and destroyed by its own paternal
Government, it will only die with its colors nailed
to the masthead.
Tlio ailnlsaers and tlics
The misrepresentations of facts, vindictiveness
and personalities resorted to by tbe Ministers in
the debates before the House are well illustrated
by tho speech of Mr. Harris given last week on
the Master and Servant Law ; by that of Dr.
Hutchison on the press, commented on elsewhere
to-day, and by that of Dr. Smith, to which we
now propose to refer to. In illustration of the
deceit practiced by the official organ, let our
readers note that the Gazette omits entirely all re
ference to Dr. Hutchison's trumped-up assertions,
of which the administration may well be ashamed
that it retains an advocate capable of putting for
ward such silly twaddle as he uttered. Moreover
it garbles Dr. Smith's speech, and entirely omits
some statements which we propose to refer to.
The latter gentlemen, in his address says
" that the Kuokoa newspaper was supported by
the American Board, but could not state exactly
how much." To a member who asked how
much he supposed was paid, he answered he
had heard $2500 per annum, but this reply was
not in his speech. What proof His Excellency has
we know not, but no Minister should make asser
tions without proof. Now we distinctly deny the
truth of these statements and declare that the
American Board uas evek paid to the publisher
of the Kuokoa one dollar as a subsidy during its
m wts W Vft
tune vears' existence. i.ne. Hawaiian aoaxa sub
scribes and pays for some fifteen copies ($30)
sent to its Missionaries, and for one or more
years, it paid for space occupied by its notices and
other matter $100." This and nothing more. On
the contrary, it has repeatedly and peremptorily
refused to aid in its publication'. Now we ask
our readers what is to be thought of a Crown
Minister who can rise and deliberately utter such
false statements ?
The object of these misrepresentations (to call
them by no harsher terms) , is apparent to all to
influence the native members, end bring them to
a favorable vote, before a public contradiction can
only be made. As there was no one in the House
who was able to deny the statements, the trick
succeeded and tbe appropriation was passed. If
our Government can only be carried on' by such
dishonorable trickery and contemptible falsehoods,
the Ministers must fail to receive tbe support of
every honest man.,
A word about the Kuokoa, published by us, and
wo have done. For nine years the paper has been
Jubllco Week. I?
Next week, commencing with Sunday, the
exercises and festivities designed to commemorate
the landing of the first American missionaries at
Kailua, fifty years ago, will take place. On
Sunday forenoon, at 10 o'clock, Rev. M. Kuaea
will preach the " Jubilee sermon " in Hawaiian
at Kawaiahao Church. On the same evening,
Rev. S. C. Damon will preach a "Jubilee
sermon " at the Fort Street Church.
On Monday evening, Mrs. Thurston will read
her reminiscences of early missionary life on
Hawaii. This, although it promises to be lengthy,
will doubtless be of unusual interest.
On Tuesday evening, the briefer reminiscences
of Rev. A. Bishcp and Mrs. M. P. Whitney,
with interesting letters received from missionaries
ocated in other groups in this ocean, will be
Wednesday will bo a holiday, and the proceed
ings can best be inferred from these programmes,
which have been prepared for the occasion :
JUBILEE PROCESSION, Junb 15th, 10 A. M.,
Form at Kawaiahao, st 9 A. M., under the direction of Major
Moehonua, asisteil by a. u. Vole .sqn anil outers.
Obseb or Procession.
Kawaiahao Sabbath Schools.
Members of the Hawaiian Evangelical Association, and Cler
gymen of all Denominations.
Hawaiian Mission Children's Society.
Members of the Legislature.
Kaumakaplli Sabbath School.
Fort Street and Bethel Sabbath Schools.
The procession will start at 10 a. m. from
Kawaiahao Church, move down King to Richards
street, up Richards to Bcretania, thence to Nuu
anu and King, and back to Kawaiahao Church.
PROGRAMME OF EXERCISES
- AT THE
Jubilee Celebration, at Kawaiahao Church, June 15, at 11 a.m.
Hinging. The Jubilee Hymn.
Address. By the Representative of the A. B. C. F. M.
Address. Representative of the Hawaiian Government.
Address. Representative of the U. 8. Government.
Address. Representative of the Hawaiian Mission.
ADDRE6S. Representative of the Legislative Assembly.
Address. Representative of the Haw. Evan. Association.
Address. Representative oi Mission Children's Society.
After the exercises in the church are ended, a
collation will be given in the grove near" the
church, and if we may judge from the plans of
the committee, the supply will be ample for all
who may go. The King, to show his good will
and desire to co-operate, has made a right royal
donation of ten thousand pounds of poi, 20 hogs,
8 sheep, 400 mullet fishes, one bullock, &c., &c,
the whole valued at over five hundred dollars.
The foreign and native residents have also con
tributed very liberally for the occasion.
The collation committee consists of Messrs. W.
W. Hall, P. C. Jones, 1. Bartlett, J. O. Carter,
William II. Rice and H. M. Whitney.
Harris ana Qreely.
The speech of tins Minister of Foreign Affairs
published in our last week's issue contained so
many misrepresentations that one is at a loss which
to take up as the most glaring. But we will
begin with his extract said to be from Horace
Greely's paper, in which that distinguished poli
tician and philanthropists is made to assert that
the coolie system, in theory at least, is not " a
mild form of slavery, nor any form of slavery at
all." Now there is not a more determined enemy
of the Peruvian and Cuban coolie system than
Horace Greely, as every one who has read tbe
Tribune in years past knows. Here, in the very
last number of the Tribune now before us, Mr.
G'reely expresses his sentiments in the foljowing
extract : "
We observe, and right gladly, too, that a bill to
make unlawful the importation of immigrants under
labor contracts was submitted in the Senate on Mon
day, and referred to the proper Committee. The
system under which the Dutch merchants of San
Francisco, Cornelius Koopmanschap & Co., proposed
to introduce Chinese coolies into the South, is the
one against which the bill is doubtless directed. It
will be remembered that the system of Slavery which
the nation but lately obliterated at such terrible cost
was begun, something like two and a half centuries
ago, by the apprenticeship of a few score of Africans
by a Dutch trader who had stolen them, to Virginia
planters who really had no need for them. We Bhall
be glad to have the Senate spoil any possible histor
ical parallel of this kind. But is Koopmanschap & Co's
system of labor-importation the only one which ought
to be regulated r It has been intimated that some of
the Southern States Virginia, South Carolina, Ala
bama, Lousiana, and perhaps others through agents
in this city and abroad, are seeking to secure Euro
pean immigrants on labor contracts havimr manv
years to run, which we are assured, are simply a
system of apprenticeship. Such systems, howevxr
EQtlTABLE IN THEORY, HAVE GENERALLY RESULTED IN
PRACTICE IN NOTUISO MORE OR LESS THAN THE SLAVERY
OF TUB APPRENTICE.
What becomes now of the Minister's platform
by which he said he was willing to stand or fall ?
PICJVIC JVOTICIS :
LADIES AND OTHERS DESJROUH n
Cakes, Tarts, Pies, Sandwiche
OR FASTRY OF ANY KIND,
FOR THE .
JUBHEE PICMC AT KAWAIAHAO
Will please send all contributions to the
Store ofDCJ. O ZZall cfe 8oi
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 14t
Cold Meals. Chickens V. can he sentdlrrt
the J'icniO Urounus on vteimesuaj aiuriung, ueiore n o'clod
Flowers for liecorations
Wonld be most thankfully received from any hsrin tin, '
spare, and ouultl be sent to Kawaiahao Church on Wednrtdi.
Morning, before 10 o'clock. W'. W. H A LL, 1
A, C. DITFUM, M. I.,
Physician and Sorgeoa,
Office and Resilience,' A Id rich House, Fort street
DR. SHI I' LEV,
Chase's Bolldlng, Fort Strrrt.
Residence, Mrs. Humphreys', Garden Lane.
MR. S. Ui DOLK IS MT AGENT. Wll
full Power of Attorney to collect ail Ileitis due in, dur,
my sbsence from this Kinifdom. OUOKUfc CLAkk
Honolulu, Slay 27, 1870. 731 8r
RBOOT AND SHOE MAKER
JJ HO. 44 FORT ST., (.LOITER DOOR)
Opposite Lewera h blcksoi
F. A. SCIIAEFER Si CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
HONOLULU, 733 ly HAW. ISLANDS.
C S. BARTOW,
Snlea Kosui on Queen Street, one dosr Irons
1M Kaabumanu street. ly
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
Agent for the Paukaa and Aroauulu Supar Plantations Im
porter or Teas and other Chinese anil Foreign Uoodl
and wholesale dealer In Hawaiian Produce,
Ih New Stosje Store. NunanaSl.. below King,
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES AT
present occupied by I. BARTLKTT. Ksq. Apply to
.him, or (733 3t) i. il. WOOD.
ALL PERSONS A RE HEREBY FOR-
bid Trespassing upon tbe land of KALI ALIANl'I, Kast
Maui. No one is allowed to cut wood, run stock or take
wild cattle thereform without permission first obtained from
733 St Agent for Campbell ti Turton.
JANION, RHODES & CO.,
Victoria, ViBcearer'i Island.
N. B. Particular attention paid to consignments of Sandwich
Victoria, V. I., January 1, 1863 . 733 ly
tv srvrtrancs'imrK'n n i vd
A MM C UillTi Vn I. K . 1 ' 1 1 A T C . i .
formed a Partnership under the name and
style of J. M. OAT, SR., & CO., to carry on Tv
1 th Sail.al nLl.ir f I n.ln... In nil its
DURING MV AIIHKNCR FROM Tll.dt X
Kingdom, th. business at u,e E.tubli.hnirnl No. 17 M7
f".UJ5.,.rTJ;.'r,lLbe errt(1 "'J partner, Mr. MART; ,
CAFL1SCH, who will pay all debts dut from the firm, and e,' ,
lect all debts due them. .fldel
I'M m THOMAS C. MAKTIH J
WOULD RE8PECTFUI.LV INTL.,
mats to the L dies of Honolulu and Hi. Public tit "
ally, that having opened up a portion of hii Bm mr
No. At Fort Str.-et, for the tale of I,,.
Ladies Trimmings, Fancy Goods, etc., ew
Mrs. NEILL will be found there ready to wait on spy ruM'i On
TU lit j
en who may favor her with a call.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO Ml "A
tify hii Friends and ihe Public generally, that htk T
removed his business to the stand lately occupied 4 J
J MIL'Tf I. Ui l in ... t . W- J
Mr. JOHN NEILL, Port Street, where he will be happy to al
all his old Customers, and as many new ones ss inn fi ?'
ennea ia give uim a call. WM. CLAKK,
7z at Root and Kbos Maker
J. T. CHAYTEK,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH
Shop on the Esplanade, near Ihe fr
Where he Is prepared lo execute all oHf
in his line with promptness and in a workmanlike maoner.
lior$e-oetntj done, u tth neatneti and diepatck. 711-1
9. . .
branches, at (he old Hand of J. M. Oat on Ksahnmana street,
Honolulu. Thsy are prepared to execute all orders entrusted
to them with promptness, and In the but style of workmanship.
They return their thanks to their friends for former favors,
and solicit a continuance of their patronage.
J. SI. OAT, Bit.,
XV G WOOI8iY
Honolulu, June 0, 1870 733 3m J. M. OAT. JR. '
THE UNDERSIGNED liEOB
leave to Inform the I'ubllc Hint he has
opened Chop at the old stand
Harper A Chayter. where he can
found during working hoars.
Beady to execute all Order eu trusted to LId
In a Workmanlike manner. 1
He hopes that promptness and skill In Workmstif din. I
get her with moderate charges, will secure for hlmaihsrol
puu.ic patronage. (,32 1m) J. X. C'liAYlKll,
Amondlng tli IOJ1I oflUpflits.
In our last week's paper we alluded to tlio
member from IIilo (Mr. Hitchcock) as having
said that if the law enforcing labor contracts was
unconstitutional, then the Constitution had better
be set aside. We have been corrected by the
honorable member, who furnishes us with the
language actually used by bini in debate, namely :
" If the Master and Servant Act is contrary to the
Constitution, I do not look upon the Constitution as
1 1 , . . xl. . . . ......nit- n nmonAatX "
sucu a, aoiy lnairuuicui. mat ii muuui iro uiv.u...v
We make the correction cheerfully. But now
seriously, docs the member from IIilo reflect what
part of the Constitution it is which as he hints
might possibly be amended in order to remove an
questions as to the possibility of enforcing con
tracts to labor? It is the first Article of tho
" Bill of Rights " the very lost part of that
document which any person claiming to be a Rep
resentative of the people 6hould even hint at or
think of, as being possible to amend, to take
from or even to relax one idea of the interpreta
tion most favorable to the subject. It is the duty
of such as he is to demand the whole of the privi
leges granted, or freedom guaranteed in the term
" inalienable rights."
We give the member from IIilo, however, the
benefit of our presuming that he had never fairly
considered the subject, not having spent much of
his time in a really free country. We also give
him the benefit of the following quotations from
John Stuart Mill : .
" The principle of freedom cannot require that he
should be free not to be free. It is not freedom lo be
allowed to alienate kit freedom. (" Mill on Lib
erty," p. 199.)
That is the British idea . of freedom. What
shall be the Hawaiian idea ?
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT
AT THE ANNUAL. ELECTION
of Knuineers for the Honolulu Hre Department,
held at the Eneine House of w Mechanic Kn
gine Company No. 2, on Monday evening. Jane 0,
1870, the following Gentlemen were elected for the ensuing year t
C. N. SPENCER Chief Euglnrcr.
WM. HUGHES 1st Araistasit.
E. II. BO I'D 2d Assistant.
Judpe of Election.
J. 8. 8MITII1K8.I-
Removals. Mr. J.- Neill, locksmith, has removed
to the stand opposite the Merchant Exchange saloon,
where he is ready to attend to iobs in his line. Mrs.
NeM has also an assortment of ladies furnishing
coods to which the attention of the public is directed.
Mr. William Clark, boot and shoe maker, has
taken the stand next door to Bennett s book-store,
where he will be happy to see all requiring his
Scdden Death. Mr. Daniel Montgomery, lumber
dealer, was found dead in his bed this morning.
Yesterday he was at his place of business in usual
health, and the cause of his sadden . death is not
known. He was formerly in charge of the Pauloa
salt workg, but for several years past lived in Hons,
We would call attention to the sale of valuable
real estate, to be held this day, at 12 o'clock noon, at
sales room of C S. Bartow, as per advertisement,
viz : at Makiki a pleasant residence of the estate of
Mr. J. LL Brown. Also a lease of the International
ti.i.i - m . ., .. , '
xioiei premises, xne DuiiaiDg naving urai mxuu
ayOn Friday evening,' the 17th insL, the
annual meeting of tbe Alumni Association of Oahu
College will be held at Punahon.' Friends of tbe
College and Alumni of all other .Colleges are
invited to be present.
J3 Messrs. Adams & Wilder 1 will hold a furni
ture sale on Friday next, at the residence of Mr.
Gulisk, near Kawaiahao Church.
EsT The bark Ethan Allen probably left San
Francisco between the 1st and 4th of Jane, ami will
be due here after the 15th,
HAVING BEEN SUST A INEO AND BLESSED
In this, the Ixnd or her adoption, for fifty years, and being
still allowed to measure off days and nights, fringed with light
Aa a Tribute f TbnMkaglviag.
Proposes to give a Public Reading of reminiscences of fifty years
ago and therealiouts. All who dwell on the soil, and breathe
the air of Hawaii, understanding the English Isftuage.are em
braced in her sympathies, and aresffectionately invited to come
within the sound of her roice on this, an occasion of the nation's
JuhJlee- . . , .v.
The Heading win take place on nionaay x.euiug, wmic
at 7J o'clock, at Fort fctreet Church. 733 It
Importer and Dealer in
OPPOSITE THE SAILORS' HOME,
BEGS TO INFORM HIS PATRONS. THE
Public, and the gentlemen of the Medical Profession, that he
Uas received by the last Steamer from San Francisco,
SOME 8AMPLE3 Of
Medical Gin, Whiskej and Brandy !
MEDICAL POET AND SHEEEY WINES
akd tiKFLCS or
Various Qualities of Wluskeys and Brandies!
HIS JfST RECEIVED FK0JI VICTORIA,
PER "ROBERT COWAN,"
Aa Invoice of the
Best Duff & Gordon's Sherry,
DALY CO:S IRISH WHISKEY.
ALSO ON II AND t
Farres' Celebrated Grand Eagene VIi Champagne,
And other Brands. Also,
pjjjX SPAEEXING AND STILL HOCKS,
Ia Plait ( Qaarls.
n. .ruwr..!!- invites them to call at his establishment and
tr the said Samples, and he will be ready is attend promptly
to any orders that he may be farored witn. ?ja im
A Book which should be in Every Library
MEWS' HAWAIIAN DIITMAI1Y
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j Words, with English signification, and
axeo - ;
AaEngllsh-IIawalliii Voeasnlar, an Chrnlgleal
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. C Bound In Sheep, . . ,
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This Valuable Work can be obtained in London of
Messrs. TBXBJfEE k Co., Paternoster Row.
And also in Hew York of t: . ...
Messrs. BARNES ft Ck, John BU
r ;.' - ALSO FOR SALE, " : .
Bis nap's Hawaiian and Eojrllsb Fhrase Baal:.
E"ar ais ra. -t 3 at xr -r a. 1 m
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FLOW KKS, FKATIIKItS, IU
Wreaths. Hals, Hut i' ramra.
Mourning snd Ilsir Moumlne; Hw
, bilk Velvet Buttons. Itiubons,
A MM) QliLITY OF i:CLISII L'LACK (UAH
Thomson? (llove-Fitting Cornets, tic, etc.
ITT All of which will be sold Cheap at
7-11 1m 3 8 Fori Airreri;
S. MACAU LEY,
Pianoforte Maker, Timer & Kcpaln r
From Chickcring 3f Son's Manufactory,
R ERPF.CTFU I.L.V INFORM
the inhablisiils of Honolulu that having h
practical experience for the last twenty yei
in making and rritairlns; Pianofortes. Orim
Harmoniums, Concertinss. Violins, etc- is urenarwl to d
work entrusted to his care in a superior manner, and lionet 4
wKre voarv or puouc psironaire.
nanororte f jurni rpuo Hast fell ings made to order.
. Pianofortes Huffed aud KcslruriK at reasonable rates.
Slacaaley'a Celebrated Appoloneon Ojudrllle
Can be ngsged for Dulls or Parties.
Orders received at C. K. Williams Vurnltnr Warwmntns.
at Macauley'a residence, Kukul Lane, bear Mr. Keegst
Store. ?ri iu,
AVI 1, 1,1 A EIUJIII!Ki;YN
rjEGH TOUVKORM II IM PRIKMIN ANT
me puuuo mat ns lias succeeded Messrs. alitOM N A t
. . . ' . e.oo
IL M. WniTHKT.
Wholesale Wine and Spirit BuineB,
Ana respectruny solicits a share of their patronage.
to aeep tue
BEST BRANDS OF WISES, SIMttlTS, 1LES, Jit
That can b obtained in any Market.
lias on hand now a good asortmnt of floods In hia line, mi
"F" w rrwriTw an ssaorunerii of
C.erman and French Wines, Uquenrfi
una iirandles, Ac, Ac,
T23 OftLe best quality. Jm
MESSRS. T. C. MARTIN & QQ.fi c '
XO. 17 XUUAXU BTRKET. I'"8
WOUMJ CALL ATTENTION TO Til Kir, I
Vine Collection of if
Clioico CoralH unci JSIioIIh
Including a v.ry complete Cabinet of the
Kare and Beautiful Land Shell f theft Island
FINE LAVA & SULPHUE SPECIMENS
Ancient War and Domestic Implements, etc.
I p asn
ICE CREAM SAL00I1 c.
CONFECTIONERY! 1 u
NEXT DOOR TO CASTLE & COOKE'S. lfo"'1
Cream will be Served from IO o'clock' I
A. M., till 10 P. 31. lew
ALSO, STRAWBERRIES WHILE lit SEASON, Vjfo
rjHIlK IMTKO.MI - -I II IS KKXA Hl.Iff IMra
JL merit may rest sasured that every etr .rt i
Secure Cleanliness, Comfort and Respectablity.
Ice Cream furnlslixd at one hour
$1.20 XEI1 C?TZT-A.IXT
782 With m prapoitionate antoaat af Cake. 4tl
r.rt will b BMtustf-;
ty. ,( TI
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ENTERED
Boot and 8ho manufacturing and repairing, under the uas''
ana iiyie or k. I.KTT Vu. num. LtIT,
Honolulu, April 20th, 1870. o
One Jubilee Mclodcon Organ !
-srv. 'VKW II1VRN MrUIIItU!1
aTae 1 Cosnpany manufacture, Just rscstvsd per 1.'
FftFll I Murray. Apply to I
11 I ?ao im niHTt i a COOK, r
- Oregon Oats.
ObTWI SACKS SUPERIOR OREGON Oljf
Aid wf clean and heavv. lust received uer Jane
ainourg ana k sale at tn - amiiy urooery ana -"'
HIDES WA3VTJEB. j
THE' UNDKRIIGNED (
will buy Ureea Hides and tlhsep I .yawyf
gains, and pay the hbrhest market ,i
I1YMAN A UR08.,
Mrehnt St., (Cant, gnow'a pulW"! '
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