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rr BrtL-ncta,iam!o, Business and address
CARDS printed la th klgneat style of th art.
Speech or tlie Hon. J. O. Carter.
O A prrypoied amendment to the CrmttUulin, pro
wliM for two IIl'.b cf rarliamml. u.ne turn
11b. PKcaiocrr : Under th Conttitotion of 1852,
JToble an i RpreenUtie ut prt, nd eontiaaed
t do bo until the proclamation ealliog ConTentioo
to amend the Constitution wm iaed in 1864- The
reaauna gien fcr ellin tbe ConTentiop were, that
amend menu were necemtry to provide l.r the oc
cenioa to the Throne, And the tntrrUof person of
the RotaI Parofrj bat there were those in the com.
munttr.wbo believed tht some nore r&dicl ehaojre
was contempiAtea. Ana in tue joamau oi ine aay u
it stAUid that the merging or the two states
JJoblea ut EepteeenUtiTes was one of the change
to be mvle. Ia reply to th'w charge, a writer over
the iijiiAtare of " C. C IL" id: Nor do I re
member to DAe heard any ezprestiona which would
seem to imply that Hit Majeetj'e adT'uer hd any
cpinion upon the aobject, as to whether one Chamber
or two would be preferable for the Legislative Coun
cil" If I believe this, as I mast, I gAther that it
was mot the intention of Ills Majesty's advisers to
merge the two Ilouaes :n one, and that the proposi
tion to am-cd as I now make it will not meet with
any decided opposition. The history of the past four
sessions of the Assembly mast convince- everybody
that the people are represented here in theory, not in
fACt- We are told that the Representatives swamp,
the Nobles, became the former are twenty-eight in
nambor. and the Utter but fourteen. Bat what are
the ftsT Tn patronage at the disposal of the
Ministry is ased to control the election of a sufficient
cumber of Representatives to make sura the passage
cf Govern men t measures to control the Assembly.
It is the experienc of every Assembly of this '
that measures proposea by tlte representatives rail,
because of this power ia the hands of the Ministry.
A majority of the Perresentstives may vote for a
measure, but it falls because a minority sides with
This Assembly is simply an advisory Committee,
and its advice is sometimes heeded, sometimes not,
and we have no remedy. In properly organized
Representative bodies the people have a power in the
matter of supplies, which may be used with telling
effect. A Ministry whose policy may have become
unpopular, most give way to t'ria power, or revolu
tion follows. We have no remedy under this Con
stitution, and the defect Is ia this very article that I
propose for amendment.
I have alluded to the influence of the Ministry
over elections an influence freely used. They have
but to write to a Police or District Justice, a Tax
Collector .- Assessor, to put themselves in nomina
tion, a' id tie election is sure. Men who fills these
office, hoi 4 thereby lea-ling positions in the commu
nity in which -they reside, and have an influence
whioh patronigt control. The proof is before this
Aise nbly that these elections are not in all cites
what tbey should be; but before one Chamber the
chanee of unseating a member is small indeed, while
if brought before the Representatives alone, who
she ill be the .judges of qualification of Representa
tifes. unseating would, nor-be so rare an recurrence.
The principal reason given by the Ministry in
Convention for the change in the Constitution was
that a stronger Government was needed. An extract
from a Ministerial speech of the times, I wi I read:
Codex It (CuostitaUoa of 1M2) commerce had CcurloeJ,
and ancaliar hs4 prospered; bul material interests are not
rentals ia tola world. From 80,0uO Ui povull.on bad
failea lo W,uuo, aod every day the race waa h. tenia- to the
-riT Dead y disease were andermioioa the exUleoceof Uie
saltan, sod the Uoms'i Hospital. mowiuKOl of ireir Uuecn'a
.. ut. m-J charity was uxieui tarn want ot
funds aol could oaiulj aconnuxulaie half id the patients Aa
member ot the Board ul FabUc Instruction, be bad had in his
band a few weeks afa a report eiaiiai that some ca.idrra of 11
,un were anabiw to attend some schools, being sick from
vtareal diseases The band of God was heavy on Iba paoole.
W are tbose evils the result, ot the Constitution of 18i2 1 No.
Btf tba t'-T"'"" U U did not create toe aU, did sot pro
vide the remedy. For years and years, the reports ot too
M iiustera bd contained suKfesiiona carefully considered and
practically made, and these sofxcstioos bad beeu diarefarded,
aad ibe rcporu Heated aa lurrs waste paper-"
I shall not questioa the soundness of such debate,
but as the Ministry were pleased to put it forward as
their strongest reason for a change in the Constitu
tion. I may fairly turn it upon them. They needed
a strong Government they have a yery strong one
to' pass measures to save the people, to stay the
ravages of dreadful diseases; And I Ask. is not the
bjtnd of God still heAvy upon the people T To-dAy's
paper tell, a tale of the ravages of diseaso' among
children. The moat forcible debate of this Assembly
has been oa tha .question of the public health. Tneu
I may say that ia this particular the Constitution has
been a failure.
But I do uot believe that the saving of this race
was the leading thought in considering the change of
Constitution. The central thought and I say this
after a careful review of the past eight years was to
centralize power iu the bands of the King aud
Cabinet, to render the people powerless. The
changes have practically drowned the voice . of the
people. As I read history, the most successful Gov
ernments. Uie-Jaoatxroscerpas communities, are.
'f&ose where the people have a voice in the Councils
of the Government. I believe that the voice of the
people is the voice of God," and when you stifle the
voice of the people you silence God's voice in your
CaunoiU. ' All history bears me out in my position.
Take the histories ot Roms or of Greece, or from
their day to the present the same testimonyia
borne. It waa not under the rule of the Patrioian
that Rome developed; but it was uuder the rule of
tke Tribunes of the people that civilisation and lib
erty advanced. .What is the testimony of the states
men of 'he present day T Let me read what Disraeli
said at Manchester; England, in April last :
Gentlemen. 1 snail no stop far a moment to offer you any
pcwoai ef I As advaotaf of a second Chamber I and for this
reason. That subject baa been discussed now for a century,
ever since tbe rslabliabment cf the rovenunent of the foiled
Biatea, and all (real authorities American, German, Trench,
ItasB, nave Mreed in Uus. that a representative govern,
tsenl Is impossible without a second Chamber. And it baa beep,
especially of late, maintained ly great uuuticai writers la all
countries that the retreated failure ol what is called tbe
l-react, Republic ia mainly to be ascribed to its not having a
conrt chamber. But, gentlemen, however anxious foreign
countries have been lo enj.W this advantage, that anxiety baa
oly been equaled by tbe duSculty wbict tney have found lo
foinOin their object. - Geatleop fo, the main power of
tbe UmM ef Cootaoas depends apoa its command srer tbe
public purse and its control of the public expenditure."
This statesman also said that England bas bad no
revolution under tbe present Constitution, nearly
200 years, while France has beeu continually in a
revolutionary condition ; every effort made in that
country for a Republican Government has ended
in revolution, because they bad no second Cham
ber. Don't understand me that I anticipate a revo
lution ia this Kiogdoin; 1 bare no suob fear.
Under tbe present Constitution, since 1864, 1 be
lieve I nm sale in nay in? that decay has been
noticeable, not so much perhaps ia material pros
perity, as in the condition of the people. Certsinty,
Uisease and death hnve received no check, And it
waa for this purpose that a strong government.was
erected. 1 believe that nude the Constitution of
1852 a just and proper conception of the abstract
Idea of civil rights was growing ; bat After eight
years of this Constitution, and taking this Assembly
as my index. I confess that the idea or civil rights
is not comprehended. Under the old Constitution,
tbe rights of the people were clearly expressed,
and the race was gradually coming to an apprecia
tion of them. It is claimed that the HAWAlian
cannot appreciate the idea ot liberty and personal
rights. The experiment of instruction was fairly
under way once, and "if it had been continued
would have worked well. A great wrong was done
this people whea the Constitution ol 1852 was
wrested trom them and tbe present one substitated.
If this people bad ever refused reasonable supplies,
enacted bad laws, or been at all backward in vot
ing a support to tbo Royal Family, some excuse
could have been oSeied for the wrong done; but
tbi was not the case.
When tbe present Constitution was promulgated.
His Majesty said, that when , tbe people wanted to
make any changes he would be happy to meet
them for that purpose. I have sometimes thought
that this would be the better way to proceed- I
believe that the sooner we get back under the old
order of thiogs, the better it will be for the people,
and tbe gradual manner whkh'f propose must cer
tainly be tbe least objectionable. I do not think
that experiments should be made La grave matters;
bat this is not an experiment. We have it from tbe
Ministry of Convention times that we had prospered
in commerce and agricultural pursuits under the
old Constitution". Tbe staying of disease was tbe
strong point urged for the. new Constitution, and it
can be proved by the report of tbe Board of Health
that it has failed in this respect. . f '
I ask you. Representative; to give me your
rotes for this amendment.
VOL. XVI-XO. 53.1
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Lata J Anion, Oreen k Co.)
IMPORTER AD COMMISSION MER
CIIASr. soaav voa
Lioyda' and the Uverpeot CnderwrMera, Sort hern Aasaranoe
Company, and British and toretga Marine Iasurance
mh23 Tira Proof Baildlnp, Kaahomanq And Quern 8t. ly
S. B. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT L.AW. OFFICE OVER
Risbardaoa'a litora, corarr of Fort and Mercbant ckrreu.
nb23 Honolulu. if
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEE & CO.,
XM PORTERS AXD COMMISSION MER
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. mh9 y
S. I LSWtS.
a m a frirrn Co..
IMPORTERS A N I DKALKRI IN OKN
ry Good., CkXhinr. Boots and chart, and Oeot'a Fnrnlsbng
mb9 If naana St, comer of Marine, nonolula. II. I. IF
J. H WHITNEY, D. D. S.
ENT1ST. OFFICE OVKH Utuiiuif
.. nIli-n bpiidii
Corner of Saab am ana ana Mercnant w wv- -
trom 9 a- m. till 8 r. u.
a. S. CLEoaoma.
JSO. A SMITaiBS.
A. S. CLEGHOEN t Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AU
KKTAIL DSALEnJi IN
Comer Qaeen and Kaahumana St a.,
C7 ly Nouann at., aod Corner Fort aad note! Bis.
A. F. JUDD,
a'ttorxev asd counsellor at law.
A. Fort street, three doora below Merchant at. nlS ly
JOHN S. McGBEW, M. D.,
1 ATE SURGEON U.S. ARM V. CAN BB
salted 4Vi b-S raflcr on am. sTMa, y -
kca and Fort streets.
M. S. GEINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers la Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps. Boots and oboes,
and every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Qoods.
store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrlch, Makee's
nlS Block, Queen Btret. ly
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT tXV.
Offlceorer Wbitn.y'a Bookstore. Honolulu. n4 Bm
" " " .
E. 0. HALL & S0N
IMPORTERS t Ml UEALbtis MI"T.
WARE, Dry Uood. Paints. Oils, and General Merebaodi.e. ,
. ... . . v. ..... ,
Comer Fort and King 8ta.
JAS. W. GIEVIN.
rQ M MISSIO N MERCHANT ASD DEALS R
I , l n.rai M.rehamiise. bauAi.n.
Orders trom the other Islands promptly attended to
BEOWN & CO.,
MPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES.
Wl- ASD bflKITS, AT HHOLKtfALB.
Merchant Street, ol4 lyj Honolulu, U. I.
IMPoniliRSOr AND DBALERSIN
CUIS A OOUD3
Of all descriptions, and In all kinds of Dry Good. Also, con
stsntly oa hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Blca.
,33 Nuaa .u Strett, Honolu'.a. J
C. S. BAETOW,
A CCTIONEER. SALESROOM OS ftUF.KX
3k Jul7 Street, one door trom Kaahumana. y
LEWEES & DICKSON,
DGtLERS IS LUMBER AND BUILDING
jjiS Materials. Fort Street. 1T
JOHN THOS. WATEEHOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALERISGENERAL
ai Queen Street, Honolulu. 1
A. W. PEIECE & CO., , ,
(Successors to C. L. Richards & Go.) ' i
C?IIIPCH 4XD LE RS AN D G ENE 1 R A L COM. .
3 MISSION alEHCtiaia. -
Abbaba W. Psiaca. (Joly I. B. Pbtbbboii.
HC DTTTTT TP.Q A- fin..
IuonRTrRS AND WHOLESALE DEAL N. K. Coasca cr Fobt amp Msbcbast Stbekts.
Jrf0cToThrBoota?Shr ll.t Men'a Furol.hing and r--y.nc7oocd'
tnlTto) 11 Kaahumana St. Honolula. j p DAMS,
THOS. G. THEUM'S,
STATIONERY. CUTLERY AND NEWS
Depot, aod Circulating Library, (late Blac ax Auld s
Stand.; Kngravlng, Csligraphy, Stencil CutUng, and Copying,
attended to. Merchant Street. Honolulu.
THEOD. 0. HEUCK,
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MER-
fo7 lv Honolula, Oahu, II 1.
. - r
W. L. GEEEN, .
ATIOMMISSION MERCHANT. F1RR-PROOF
fL Building, Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
DEALER IN WINES.SPIRITS. ALE ; Al
POKTKR, (ol lyl HOSOLLLU
CONFECTIONER. NO. 49 HOTEL
beat door to C. K. Wiiliama, Honolula.
AFONO & ACHUCK,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers ia General Mercbsndiae. Fire-proof Store, N'oua
aa Streets. al
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN GEN
ERAL MERCHANDISE, ,
SHIPPrSa AND COMMISSION MERCHANTB.
O No. SO King Street, Honolulu, H. 1. ly
BOLLES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
Importers and Dealers ia General Mercbandiae, Qaeen Btreetr
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for the KaunakakaL Maunalua and Kakaako Salt
a Work a. ly
E. H. STANLEY.
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
JA. OFFICK ia Bbodes' rire-prool BuiiaiDg, Haanumsnu
FISCHER & BOTH, - j
f ERCHANT TAILORS. FORT STREET, 1
t?l opposite Odd Fellow s Hall, Honolulu, H. I. ap20 lv
HYMAN & BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS, WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL
- DEALAKS IN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats f urnishing Goods, Ladies' and
Genu' Boot aad H'l'l V
sokes Notioos, Ac, Aa,
Cape. Snow's Building.
b Merchant Bt. Honolulu. ap!3 ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN BOOTS.
Sboea. Fine Clothing. Furnishing Goods,
Corner of Fort aod Merchant bt. Ipl3 ly Honolula, H. L
iniP CHANDLER. DEALER
I eral Merchandise, 1. 1 and Produce, Ac,
Brnos'8 Bat, Hilc, Sabowub Islabds.
rm keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ship and others.
Tbe highest price gives for Island Produce.
ry tfoaey advanced for Bills of Exchange at ronN rates.
; ap!3 lr
firs-Proaf Store, Corner of Hotel and h'uaaau Su
.Honolula, H. L
Atso RrfAti. EsTASusasisrr oa Hcuabc Srscrr, asovb
apl3 tbe Fire-proof Store. ly
G. TEOUSSEAU, M. D.,
nilTSICIAN OFTUE FACCLTl OF PARIS,
WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOW SET C As. CO.
Corner srt aod Q jeen Su.
Dealers in Lamber. Paint. Oil. Nails. Salt, and Building
mb30 Materials, of every kind. ly
A. 0. SMITH,
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER, LA
MA IN A, MALI.
Mouey and Becrult furnish! to Ships on favorable Terms.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
ENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
E. E. McINTYEE & BEOTHEE, .
GROCERY, FEED STORE ASD BAKERY,
Corner of King and tart Streets,
a30 ly Honolulu. D. I.
T. J. BATiCLOKS.
F. B. BATSSLOAil.
EALERS IN DRY G O O D 3 , FA N C Y
QOO.'S ASD CLOTI1INU.
Criterion Bulldinj, Fort bt. (tlS ly) Honolulu, H. I.
C. BREWER & CO.,
A N D SHIPP1NU
C 11 AST.
(aulfl ly) Hawaiian Isiaods.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
MERCHANT' AND EN-
i. KKAL blllPl-INQ AC1KNT,
Honolulu, Hawailao .lands.
P. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHASM, Ilo.tolulu, Hawaiian Islands. JulT ly
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
HONOLULU. IIAVAIIAN ISLANDS.
DUAW BILLS OF tXCHANUE ON
Tbe Rank of California ...San Francisco
Messrs. Lees A Waller........ New York
Tremoot National Bank Bonton
Oriental Bank Corporation........... ........... ...London
Oriental Bank Corporation, payable to Sydney, Melbourne
' A for Mmnhtn te lBiUrance Company of New
j Keceive Depo.it. Diacoant First-class Busine.s Paper,
to CoUectmr, Ac.&c mtlQ ly
E. HOFFMANN, EL D.,
i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. CORNER
Merrbaut an l Kaahumana Sts , near the Poit-olfice.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
WILL CONTINUE THE GENERAL
MKRCUASDI3- and SniPt'INU BLblStrS at ta
above port, where they are prepared to furnish ihe Justly cele
braced Kawaihae Potatoes, and auch other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
must reasonable terms. (aul2 ly) FlUKWOOD OS HAND.
D TL HIXJ a II All t CO
aUAM St, CO., .
i dealers in Hard,
Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oila, and General
a20 Mo. 05 King Street, Honolulu. ly
W. C. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT
Will practice in all tbe Courts of the Kingdom. H
will attend the Circuit Court, oa Kauai, Maui and
Hawaii, and visit eithrr of those Islands
on special busings.
aul9 Office next door to C. C Bennett's Store. ly
D. N. FLITNEE,
CONTINUES II IS OLD BUSINESS IN THE
Fire proof building. Ksahumanu Street,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit Instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention i?iven to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and .
nautical Instruments constantly on
jyi hand and for sale. ly
-ATM PORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH.
J. ISO, Boots, Shoes, Hat., Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
i Pocket Cutlery, aud every description of uent's Superior
j Furnishing Ooods. XT Ueokert's Fine Calf Press Boots,
A UCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MER-
XSk tUA.1 1.
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
A. W. JVDD.
J. 8. LATTOS.
JUDD & LAYTON,
riROCERS AN PROV ISlOX DEALERS,
VJ Family U ocery and Feed More,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu.
J. B. Walkbb. S. C. Allbh.
j WALKER & ALLEN,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. HONOLULU. H. I.
j Hawaiian Packet Line, I Spencer's Plantation.
. Princevltla Plantation. Nsalehu Plantation.
I llnnmM Pl.nt.tW, I flrn. II. PnffW
Imperial Fir Insurance Company, London.
Merchant'. Mutual Marine Insurance Co., San Francisco.
OPEN TO ALL, EVERY DAY
IN THE WXK.
Hours frsm 9 i. M. to 10 P. 31., .
Up-etaira. ia the Sallara House.
The second Friday evening of esch month reserved for the
meetings of the Y. M. C. A. o7 ly
Tlae Valuable Property
1 ala ad af Kaaal. caaalsliag; af
About 7000 Acres Fee Simple Land
(Royal Patent) with the
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS
Inexplrrd Lease ef P1STXBE L1.D Adjoining!
A.OOO HEAD OF CATTLE, to be
For particnlars apply to
K. KRULLKauaL, or
E. HOFFSCBLAEGER A CO.,
Il'ST RECEIVED VIA SAN FRANCISCO.
in invoice of English Saddle
H. HACKFELD A Co.
FOR SALE !
nEST 3 PLY INDIA RUBBER HOSE. 3-4
A A Inch and 1 loci.
(ap20) U. HACKFELD A Co.
A FliVE.CII A IV CE
(UK l.1tL91l.1UAS.nLli3l.H 4Mk
of money, or of securing -
Kmittit of ia. imperial order or the LcKion or Hooor, i Tlanniacttirer and Dealers in saddles. I .
Can be consulted at K. Slreba A Coa, corner of F.it and i- . -r FV VH V nS- HAS OpfBfd A FlIT SUUI SB tvaABBBiani
Hourl Street.. Hour, of auend.ner. -e.lt days, from 9 to 11 j JLJS ifLXL arEvT DOOR TO F. A . SCII A KFKR
'nJM" !!0m'.:. ! .. ...... .-.TT ill .reb.i.prrp.redtodoal.W.nd.of
rr,T"' ,""'c"'' """r- , I i-Mise, aoaie, uaraess a. .arriaa;e ix-aiurr, Md uMite t.aluug; t.apcr Haa.iug, Ac lbs
' U ifrr.'a!aj
0XE OF TBE MOST ELIGIBLE DWELLING LOTS
Ia the City of Hoaolala, ts now off-red by the Cnderslgned. Ha
Is desirous ts diaposa of that fine and healthily situated pteoe
of Land adjoining the Government Garden, and fronting School
and Fort Streets at the head of the latter.
Any oae wishing to purchase ahoold spptyaooo, as the Lot
will be sold at a low figure. apo J. S. LEMON.
a. WOITHAS. C. W. 6(LBTT.
R. WHITMAN & CO,,
Coosuntlr oo band.
Special auentina paid to Carriage Trbaaaing and T ran It Work.
lr urocn iivu loo wlbt uiiauu. iuikikv. vu riwujj j
Na 83 Klsg St.. Sia ! the llarnr.
(ISO Houolu!u, IL I. ttui
A. D. BOLSTER,
liaise, Ship, Sign, Carriage Jc, OrsameaUl Painting
la all it. brantbes.
AT THE OLD STAND KAAIIU-MANU
Street, will execute all orders In bis bos with promptness,
at low rates, and lu as good style assay. - j.6 y
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectfully Inform the public that he is prepared to cast
and floiib all kind, of brass and composition work with
'dfsnatcb and at reasonable rates.
XT" All kinds of ship and plantatioa work furnished oa abort
ICT Constantly on hand, hose coupimfts of the following.
Sites: 4, i. 1, 14, 2 and 24. Aba, oU cups and gauge cocks
JAMES A. HOPPKK,
,30 ly 4 King atreet.
M. T. DON NELL,
IMPOttTCa ASD MASCVACTCIEB OP
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
XT Old Furniture repaired and Mattresses of all de
:riftinna made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at 8G and S 8 King at reet
HAYSELDEN & SON,
' Builders and Contractors.
i . - - .... . iiiink ii a w . .
Coosuntlr on band. quested to give him a call.
Are prepared to give estlmalrs tor ewry kind of j - W- AH,t
Work connected with tbe building trades.
Besidence corner of Nuuanu and Knkul Streets, aula
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer. Importer and Dealer in j
' 1 the old
jrniture Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshop at
stand. Hotel street, near fort.
N. B. Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolulu. Etj,
rr Carriares Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to pi oroptly. au!9 ly
ALEX. CAMPBELL, TAILOR,
Opposite Merchant St. . (myl3 ly) Honolulu.
I . I 1.
McCOLCAN & JOHNSON,
Fort St-, Honolulu, II . I , opposite Theod. C. Heuck's.
J. . OAT, IBM., W. Q. WOOL8ST. J St. OAT, JK.
J. M. OAT & CO.,
Sail Makers, Old Custom House Fire-proof
On the Wharf, foot of Nuuhuu Street, Honolulu, H. I.
XT AllOrdera In our Line executed with promptness and
dispatch, and Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction.
BSFKB BT FElMtSMOS TO:
A. J. Cartwright. Esq. C. Brewer Co.
A. W. Peirce 4- Co. "C. A. Williams A Co.
I H. H. Hsckfeld At Co. Walker A Allen.
Dowsett A Co. Bollas A Co. a29
j W. FISCHER,
I Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
j s2tt - Hotel St , near th6 Drug Store of K. Strehs 4 Oo.
j J. T. CHAYTER,
! Ship and General Blacksmith,
Shop oa the Esplinade, near the Cbs- j
torn House. !
Where he Is prepared to execute all orders
in his line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner
Uort.-nkoting done with ntatnttt and ditpatck. Ja20 ly
P. D ALT ON,
Saddle aud Harness Maker,
A"i;Q STREET, BOfOLULU.
Carriage Trimming Is all its1
Orders from the other Islands promytly attended to. Jy2 ly
NOT QUEER AT AIM,
THAT IT IS BY DEATH THAT WE LIVE !
A Great Train, aaeiber Creat Truth la
HAS ENLARGED HIS WORKSHOP
and is now prepirei to do
IwAOnH AND CARRIAGE WORK
Repairing in All its Branches!
HORSES SHOD ao .nu anal sral
Yaa'll wlali yanr awa were haraes' fret.
Blaek-Siaitl. w.rk far Ship ar Share
n.nr qaite aa well aa sver hefare.
Ilia wsrk aaae qalek. ala charcea law, -If
y.a will call yoa'll Sad It aa.
Bpotf WM. WEIGHT.
Ladies' lc& Cream Saloon
GENTLEMEN'S LUNCH KOOM !
R.ROBERT RYCROFT WOULD RES- j
A M. pectfully announce to the Pubic that he has
Opened on Fort Street!
Oapaeife Wllllaasa Farsllare Ware
Ice Cream Saloon for Ladles !
ICE CREAM, CAKE, TEA AND COFFEE !
at all haars.
HOT LUNCH DAILY FROM 1 TO 2.
Hoping to be able to meet tbe requirements of those who
may favor him witb their patronage,
He Invites all to Give Him a CalL
4 Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
door to tbe Government Yard.
VS3 Orders for H use or Ship Work promptly attended to.
. pl3 ly
PUBLIC NOTICE !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
rbased all the Cattle runninr 011 the toifBo and all other
Kula Lands of East Maul, hereby forbid all person., under
penalty of beirg proceeded against a. law, from purchasing,
driving or brandinr any of said cattle.
XT The following ia oar registered brand, and Sm
aU persona are hereby warned against using or -imitating
the same. -
Hooolala, March 19, 1872. , - mhO 4m
THE CELLAR UNDER MY STORE
Capabls of Btortef between SOO and 400 TONS.
ap H. M. WHITNEY.
JUNE 29. 1S72.
! 3vriia.o lxx tlxo Field -rK.ixx
Av CO ,
fubUc are re-
M. BEN Fl ELD,
Wagon acd Carriage Ballder, 74 and 16 IvIagSL,,
Ilotolulu. (ailj) Inland order promptly executed.
a. .eoxlkks. - rn.mi.wu
C. SECELKEN & CO., .
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Xanana Street, bet. XercbaBt aad Qaeea,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Moves, Lead Pipe, Oalv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, Mop Cock., todia Rubber Hose best 3-ply In
lenrths of 24 and bO feet, with Coupling and Pipa e-m-
4dcte. Also, a very larue stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done lo order promptly aud war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to tbe citiseos of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, lor their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by suict
attention to business to merit tbe San for the future.
irr Orders rrom tbe trtner Islands will be carefully attended
H. VOSS, No. 5 Merchant Street.
CURTAIN HANGING. CARPET, MAT
TING and Oil Cloth laid.
XT All sizes M.ntraiws constantly on hand. tat
7 J. W. CIDBS,
PalntlnR la all Branches, Xs. 90 King Street.
Opposite Wright A Wilson's Blscksmith Shop.
XT Smsllest orders promptly attended to.
way & telfer;
Carpenters, Contractors and Builders,
M A rr prepared lsr.alr.rl far all It I a do
of work connected with the building trade.
Shop on the Ksplauade, next to Torbert's machine
shop. . - J to
A. w. SKILL.
RAHE & SNELL,
j JJ0Tlse Carpenters, Contractors, Builders,
Cabinet Mitkrr.. Tairaera. Ete., Etc.
Comer Qacea and Fori Sis.. Honolulu.
Beinp practical mechanica of long experience, we are
prepared to execute all descriptions of worn In the
above lines, with promptitude, on reasonable terms,
i and in a satisfactory minner. JiO Sm
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON, i
MILITARY, NAVAL AND CIVIL.
i i Xj o n. .
King St., next door to EraJ ley's Barber Shop, Honolulu, o? ly
SHOP OJf THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a mauner to warrant satisfaction. JaO ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger, at the Old Stand,
rrr. CORNER OP KING AND WRTl
k.l Rtr"-- -- ' SHOtn.3 a
jy kinds of Coopering Materials constantly on bi
: Also, Shop on the Esplanade near the Custom House.
i n hopes by attention to business to merit a continuance
i of the patronage which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for which
j he now returns his thank. pH ly
j KEALOHA & PANEE,
House, Ship and Sign Painting!
HOTEL STRKKT. m
HAVING OPENED THEIR SHOP ON THE
above street, are prepared to do ail manner of work in
their line of business. Charges reasonable, and all w rk done
with neatness and dispatch. Ju8 y
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AD
For Sale at the Lowet Market Prloea. a good assort
ment of the Best Refined Bar Iron, and the Best
Blackamith-a Coal. H ly
NO. 40 FORT STREET;
1 a. .til . .iii.,,1 tn all Anlara
WQCrC Will Swim rv v.ui-.a
LOCK, CI X GENERAL KEPIIK USE
He will give special attention to cleaninr, repairing and reg
ulating Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Lirht Machinery
and Metal Work of every description.
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR BALK CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Guns, Pistols, Shot, AinmnnllioB,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ac.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binder., and all other eatra and
duplicate part of Machines supplied on short notice.
XT Best Machine Twist. XI
COLS AGIST IB THIS KINGDOM FOB
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machires.
o2T Island. Orders. Solicited. ly
STEA3I SAW AND PLANING MILL !
MRS. C. TORBERT.f. ..PROPRIETOR.
C. H.LEWERS AGENT.
ESPLANADE, - - - - - - HONOLULU.
EVERY FACI LIT Y FOR S A W I NG, PL A N
1N0 ASD TURSING.
Special Attention Paid to Orders from Honse and
Firewood Sawed to Order
and a Slack af Sawed Waad alwaya
Table Legs, Bed Posts,
Calabashes, etc., drc, c.
! On Hand and Turned to Order on Short Kotice.
Hawaiian soar WOBKS
GREY aV CO . ,
Manufacturers and Dealors
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS
Leleo, Kins Street, Honolulu. j
, Z m it tit i i
Beef; Mutton, and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Orders Left ait Ira Ricbardsaa'a Baat aad
Sbae Star will caret with prapl
apd A Iteadaac?.
raAILROlD STORE !
fcfiJ. -4-e"j g..a1 1 L J
DEALER IN GROCERIES AND A GEN
eral Assortment of Goods.
Corner of Qoeen aod Richard Streets. fen
2 Spleudid Uosewood Cottage Pianos.
7 OCTAVE AND 3 STRINGED, OF THE
very beat German manatsctare, tfeey are
iEipressly made for a Tropical Climate.
apd For Sale by THr:0T. C. HtXCK.
'1 '"r: . ? -fi
( NORTH BRITISH AUD Hf RCANTELE
OF LONDON AND KDINUUKfJ II.
CAPITA L It.OfVO.OOO
Arcamalatrd and lavralrd Faad, S.SJS.IIM
JIIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE HEEN AP
1 POlNTKD AUKSTStor the Sandwich IsU.mIs. aud are
aatborised to Ioaare against Fire apoa fWrorable terms.
iUsk. lakes in any part of the I.landa oa Weodeu tiaildlnga,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling House aud Faras
tare, 1 Imber, Coals, Sbl in harhar witb or wUImm.1 eargor or
under repair. apd Jy KD. U FFoCULAAGKU A CO.
Boston Board of Underwriter! !
V CENTS far Ibe llawallaa lata ad,
m ly C. VRAM KK A CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS far she HawaMaa Lisas.,
fr-JA ly C. BRA WAlt A CO.
NOTICE.-M tSTKR OF VESSELS VIS
ITING this port In a disabled opndltloa and laaarwd in
any ol tbe Boston and Pitilalelplda Offlcss must hat their
reports and accounts daly Oertlflnd lo by as.
lebgl ly O. BREWER A CO.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN -
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
HATES. Tne clauses in tbe Policies ol this Company ar
specially advantageous. THEO. U. DAV1K8,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues lire and Life Policies .
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims Mr Losses settled with promptitude.
nl8 ly THEO. 11. DAVIES, Agent. .
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
Boston Board at Underwriters, not fr Haatete of Vessels
and others that all bills for Repairs on Vesat Is, aod ad bills
for General Average purposes, must be approved by tbe Agent
of tbe Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented oa
all surveys, or .uch bill will not be allowed.
oU ly C. BREWER h CO., Agents.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
tnpilE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
M. above Company, have been authorised to insure risks ou
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
from Honolulu to all porta of th world, and vice verva.
oli ly H. HACKFELD A Ct. "
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL, AS, OO O.OOO IN GOLDS
rjpiIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
m. to Issue policies on Fire niski (with or wi.hout the aver
age clause), to Plantation Building a and Machinery, Private
Dwellings, Brick. Stone and Wooden Stores, Mercbsodise, Coals,
Lamber, Ships ia Fort, Ac, on tbe most favorable term..
CT All laaaea adjaated aad paid far her. XT
For particulars apply at the office of
WALKER A ALLEN,
a ilg lw Agents for tbe Hawaiian inlands
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT Brraaen Beard af Underwriter.
Aural Dreaders Benrd af LT adr rwrllrra,
Ageat Vieaaa Board af Uaderwrltera,
Claims against Insurance Companies within lbs Jurisdiction
of the a'Ktve Boards of Underwriters, will bare to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. JaO ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Brick Balldlngs,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
10 lr F. A. BCllAEFER A, CO.
Haleakala Boarding School
iron BOYS !
IS FINELY SITUATED IN i'IIE DISTRICT 1
JL of Makawao, Island of Maui.
Thla School will be prepared to receive boys to be instructed in
ihn branches of a
common school English education
And also in
Oa anil after the First Day of Jul y next.
Connected with the School there la
-A. JLt'a. l'gre Dairy!
One fcarth of the net profit, of which will l divided amongst
the pupil who may asaiat in working it. Thla share amounted
to over $300 during the year 1871.
The net profit ol Agricultural parrall win go to defray the
expeueee of the school, and thereby leaseu the expense of par
euts and guardians who may send pupils (hither.
Mrs. g. A. Tb'irston will have charge of tbe domestic de
partment of the School, and see thst the boys are tanght cor
rect habits of borne life.
Terms Payable Quarterly in Advance:
Boarding and Tuition per Quarter f 13 AO
If paid strictly in advance " 11.04
Parents srndiar two or nore tmpils at tbe sam time
I for each pupil per Quarter. .j 14.00
'' Parties sending pupil will be required to furnish thrat with
i sufficient clothing and bedding.
i The number of boarders will be limited for Ihv present to
forty. Parties, therefore, deatring to place their children al this
In.tilution wlil do well to make an early application, either bt
this Department or direct to Mr. Kavaoash, the Principal of
the Bebool. H. R. 11 ITCH COCK,
Inspector Oeneral of gchonl.
Department or Education. Msy 81, 172. my23 3m
1862. " -1872.
THE L05CEST ESTABLISHED PnOTOGKAPlTEal
PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN IN THE LATEST
style and with all the improvements ia the art, and
always on the lowest terms i
FOR BALE Photographs of al' tha Kings, Quseus, Chiefs and
other Important personages.
Hs4, tke Urest Tarietf Af View, Cardg, Sterea.
AT LQW pRICE3
Frames, Stereoscopes, die. Cheaper than can be
found at any place In the city.
Having all the conveniences for doing oat door work.
Views or Residences, &c, will be taken
Better sod at Lower Prices than fey any other Qallery la ,
ap ly m
II. L. CHASE.
CONSULATE of the GERMAN EMPIRE.
Estate ar Jaaaaaea Berax, M, D., aecea.fa.
TnE UNDERSIGNED, ADM INI ST R Aa
TOR of the Kotate af dOH ANN ES BEKAZ, M. D- lata of
Wailoko. ManL, hereby requests all persona baring claims
against the said Estate to present them for settlement, and all
those owing said Kstate to make Immediate payment.
Mr. THOMAS W. KTKRKTT, of Waikapo, has bees author
ised to collect aatstandlng aooounts doa to said Aetata 00 tha
Island of Maul, and to receipt for tha same.
Honolula, 10th May. 1S72.
Tha Consul ad. Int. of the German empire
myll 2io C. PFLCGER.
CT BaalneM Cardf , vara prTald rr poar, ara aBwwed
S dawoant from llwt ratea, wbtc am Aw Iraastaot avortlse
meuta wbea paid or ebargwd eaarterly.
MEKSRK, UORMIOLTA. DUNNE, tatenres.
haaana rHrsrt.aelt la Love' ritsa Bskery. ar pre
pared la supply Host. Mattoa, Vsl ad Lamb, al aU Imara,
aa tbe most reasoaabla . A share af patrsaage soiMMal.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
K. II. IIOYI.
Cbolcret MesU from trwa! terd. Poultry, "Uh, Tofetable
a., furnl.hed la order. ' . T"
Af HQ STKIKT. HONOLULU. to aalJ lr
Fresh Butter. Notice.
IJROM AND AFTER THIS DATE. THE
. noderslgaed wUI furnish a lirat-cia artwM af
wilA Buttrr-mllk givea free to eastoBtera, at I IFTT Oats per
pound, delivered every Saturday .aorolng, from llalnnana
kanrh. Walalaa. flaha. AMI AL ANDAKW 4.
lluoiuiu. Jan. 1AU7A JJ-ljr
A. 8. CLECHORN.& CO..
A GENTS FOR THE
. , . Hawaii.
W0LEE rice plantation,
TAJO. t AND NO. RICE FROM THE ASOTt
ill PiaaUUoa, "
a. XTl.XXO TSsblO -aV. StlOlO I
Always vn hand and ft salsTby .
Coras of King aad Kaaaaa At.
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION !
CHOICE SUGAR. CROP OF ISTt, NOW
eulog ib and fur sal by
C. llKAfi aa A tv, areata.
For Sale by
OK OP OF IITI
C. BHRWKH A Ca
AT1AMPUELL At TURTON, Praarleiara.
.J Crop of Pugar of superior quality, now coming la ana
for sale In quantities to auit by
II. HACKFELD A CO.
1JL17PALAKUA, MAUI. '
CROP Of I8TI Sl'GAIi'at MOLASSES.
oil 8m For aal by 0. BKAW haV A Co.. Agsou.
XVAUiAVV PIdAZVTA.TIOIV !
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
Plantation for sal la lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
80. ly GEO. V. McLKAN, A.ot.
iTaijpmijea plantation sugar
NOW COMING IN,
A no FOR BALK IN IXJTS JO SUIT
AFONO A ACHUCK.
Honolulu, Jaos 1st, 1871.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES CROP ISTO,
coming In, for sale la quantities t salt parr baser,
o7 Sm By .WALKS ALLAN, Agants.
lIIIsO, la I
SUG A R AND MOLASSES, CROP COMINO
la and far sals la quautliie to su4 pajebaaers by
Oltm WALKER A ALLEN. Atrnt.
. -. .
. Sarar Jilolasses Crop I8T0.
COMING IN. FOR. SALE IN O.UANTI .
TIES to suit porchaaers, by .......
jag Am WALKER A ALLEN, Agrnt.
SOLE AND 8ADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skint,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from th well-known
WAIMEA TANNKIIY NOTI.KY,
A. fl. CLKOHOb-N A CO., Agnls.
HONOLULU STEAM DAKEUY !
R." LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
11 LOT. MEDIUM AND NAVY BREAD,
always oa hand aod auad to order.
Also, Mater, Soda and Dtdter Cracker,
JENNY LIND CAKE. Ao.
SHIP BREAD RKBAKED oa the shortest nolle.
FAMILY DREAD, made of tha Beat Floor, waked dally aad
alwaya ao band. .
It. B.-BR0WH BKZAD0F THC BEST QUALITY
Living Yet, and has been Living
Hoaolala the Last Fourteen Years !
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
IIOXOI.LXU SOW 1VOUKS !
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS I
Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow I
Aad all Itlada al Baa a Greaaa.
Have received ex late ardvsls from the UnlUd BUlaa sad
Karop sappllrs of the
Best IfsteriaU Is sir Use far 9taaifictsrUc
And will eoctinue to be In receipt of fresh supplies by sUass
and sailing vessels, ts prepared to give satisfaction ta all
Dealers and Consumers of fcls Bpeelalltr
Who will fsvor bin with their trad.
jV B. AU Orders Uft at the More of M. Mclnerny,
. Importer and Dealer la Boots sad Shoes, N. E. Corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets, will b thank
fully received and promptly
W. J. RAWLINS.
. Practical Saaa Ballar.
J.a0 ly Lelao, King AC, Moaoiaia-
Properties For Sale or Lease
THE HOUSE AND LOT ATTHS
entraoca of Paoa Valley, formerly 0000 pied l.J
by Mr. f tephen epencer. Tha lot Irstodes A I
large talo patch an over t acres af land. -
ALSO. " . ' .
Tb. Hon, aod Land of nteoalol 4 at North Xcoa, NsalJ
formerly accepted by the lata Mr. Danel Moatgca-r. aaa
eontaining 69 acres.
Tb. celebrated KUG A R LAND Of AKALAO.
la the District of Hib, Hawait
The Land. House, lstw-J-J CACKEA,
tons, Hawaii, cootalnl" b 700
A Fernjahsd Cottag. at Walklkl Baaeh.
a.. ma ALSO, TO LET
Tb. rraalsat th coroer of Fart aad Qa ki. -Vlatsly
occupied by Mr. J. PicAfurd, aad saltaala to
offloas, shop, Ac Jf Vi