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OV C.9. BARTOW. , DY E. P. ADAMS.
r of lbs trw of tha Patau of Owa J TJolt, I ass
a-etd to Mi at Pontic Aacuoo.
THIS DAY. SATURDAY, '- - JVZTE 29th.
AT U O'CLOCK. POOS. AT e
Piece of" - -
Situated at 1
'-.waUlla-, e 'it Psas & f Fbwi,
ASUltDINGWHICHIS UPON SAID LOT.
Br.jrt to a awta-ase Henry Wssood. fcr mm huadrsd d
wJfbtv-seve.' Ur 1(7). wan Interest Ikano froaa tbe 7V
f July, 1170. at U pes eet per aoauas.
I'eissteila 1069 Fail 8 3 Fa!.
Another Piece of LAND !
8ituated off School Street,
la thi rear of the miflmt of II W Whitney, fcaq. eoocafnlnc
S4X nhs 4 fc-t, sorjrct la a rofijip II Iisid. or "J
fcaadro' ami nf duliirf. villi UMrt Ihn iaa Cr as the 3J
Amj lit m. H,0. at lH per cent pa sabs .
toe tariff .rucul rs. apply to
03 WSDHZSDAY,- - - - - JULY
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.'wiLL BK SOLD
Tfce Canal Assortment of
Dry Goods, Tobacco and
Ard a Variety of Other Merchandise !
C. I. BARTOW, Aaetloueer
Executor's Sale of Real Estate
BT VtRTCE OP ANN ORDER OCT
of lb Supreme Court of Iba Hawaiian Islands, Dm
laHb day of Jane, A. D. 1(72,
TV ILL BE SOLO AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Saturday, the 27th Day of July, A. D. 1872
At 12 O'clock, Soon, on lha premises, all that
PIECE and PARCEL of LAND
Belonelne; to the Eetaeof sntonlo Maria, situated in the
- rear bf Maunakra 8ire-t. Honolulu, and described aa follows i
Cotumncnp at lha N a! corn -r of t ila lot on the oakal aide of
lao laadina to Ulnj lull, and thmce C W llTfrat
tooavtrd by Kamakapu, th-Dca N W 30'. W 17 9-12 ttrt
UraaJwd ky A Manor. K 17 80', W 42 0-18 fa-t
hamoxiad by Coir, ihenca 31 U . W U 6-1'i fcet boao4 hy
KaUaa. ttca N 7 JC 64 fort to the abura Unt, thence fol--i
lowing tha ajakal aMe or l-1 laoa a diacoce of 81 feet to
point of eoma:enc.inent, together with -
2 Dwelling Bouse thereon.-
ipart'iculare. Apply to M PS S1LTA, KsecaUir, er
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
RE AIL ESTATE!
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
, VALUABLE PROPERTY!
H. A. WIEEHAOT, AT PUUNUL
The Land caoaprlaea over
On one piece la a
In two aeparate pt
- era ta.to l nr. ela;ht rooma.
With all the neceaeary Oat Hoaeea.
Also, onothor Dwelling House I
with Oat Hoaeea. Part of the Laod la feoctd aritb a Stone
Wall. Water Pipea are laid to both de-allinge and are supplied
froaa a neevr (ailioa; aprine;.
A plaa of the property snay be area at Sales Boom, and
farther laiursaaUoo glees by application to
- r, C. S. BARTOW.
fit. HONEY RANCH !
THE UNDERSIO.VEO ARE PREPARED
to eatertaia all Tomriata er Porsona wisiilng to spend a
Saesoo la the beaUhial eiisaato of Xoaa.
AIR. and SIRS. TATES.
Hones Supplied at Shortest Notice !
Kona, Hawaii, April 2i. 1171
Fire, and Marine Insurance.
riMIB UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL duly auihortaed
2j ih.9 riremen's Tund Insurance Comp'y.
of Baa Fraoaaoo to write botb Fire and-Marine riaks, are pre
pared to accept lnaorances on
Derwllfage. Balldiag.. Mrrehaadlae, FaraU
tare, VcmI. la fart, aad take
Cargo Kltks, t aad froni this, and all rarelga Porti,
al the moat Favorable Bates.
July . BISnOPhCO.
"ritUKETSrW U S K ETSr H U SKETS !
TV6- LOT ttF" NCPKRIOR MC
awa KETS, Joat Kccelved and For Sale Cheap
- No. 40 Fort Btrewt.
ATLAS FflOjLIVBSPODL !
MERCHANTS AND OTHERS,
THE UNDERSIGNED IT ATE RECEIVED
. . by above aiilp the bUowiag
S, S, and inch English Leather Belting, and best Belt
loch ply Robber BeUrog,
' t-a Roaad Leather Belting,
Oat Bands aad Steel Cooplings for gwrernora,
fcanear Paokiog. I 14, l- a thick, '
TICK'S PATiiXT PACKING
aeest ioa provrments, 3-8. 1-3, -, and 8-4 inches.
Wire Cloth for CeofrlfnjaU wove te 10 Inch wide and gal
. Tanaval afterwards.
. Prfortd Brass Plates (or Centrlfaraia
Heavy Steel Square, Bound and Octagon, (root S Inches
Also, BTsall Lot of 1-8 in. Sheet Steel !
Fall imilail ef all kinds of Heavy and light. Square,
a Boand and FlaS
Ajleo, Ilaif Round Iron,
Boiler Iroa froaa S-8 inch downwards,
Buiiar Rivets, from 3-4 inch, dowdwards.
Tl KOLOI1T IROA PIPI.G,
froaa S 1-2 loebet dMrawarda
IPipe ilVEoTaiitirigs !
Coca a, Tareea, Teea, Elbows, Nipples, ftedacrrs, Ac
Boiler Oaoges of ail klada, American and EncDah,
Babe anl Waahers flroca 1 1-J Inches downwards.
Cacg Qlajsaa for Taconm Pane, 64 la by 1 1-4 la. dla.
Best Scotch Gaoge Glasses far Steasn Boilers,
Patent Sieedle Lubricators.
-() Hachiiiery made to Order!
k Saga r Mills, Tacaaaa Pass,
"smb Kngioes. Water Wbeels. CentrtrSs-Oa.
t . Coolers, KvaporatorS, Ckmnlng Pans,
Sorgboas Pans, Staaas Boilers, aad
Ail Other Kinds of Machinery
. -J - ' fe Plantation wort. .
OOILINC DOWN APPARATUS I
. - . . Car Caita er aavsVapt. -k '
J L'0OU7,I'BOy WORKS CO,
V Sale KEGrUJjilLK. I .
01? TUESDAY, - - - -
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M- AT SALESROOM,
- WiU bo Sold
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
MERC H AWDISE!
a CCU AB :
TOKK AND AMOIKEIO UEMMS.
fiXCV PRINTS. COBCRCS.
LINEN AND COTTON DRILL,
ENGLISH SADDLES. BLANKETS.
CARD MATCHES, BROOMS.
Ja, EROS EXE OIL, OYSTERS.
- YEAST POWDERS. PRUNES.
BOWLS AND NAPPIES,
TCMBLERS, tlaia LARD,
BROWN SUfJ IR.
E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
0IT FEIDAY, - JULY 12th,
AT lO O'CLOCK. A M.
At the Store of Mr, James P. Shields,
WILL BE SOLD OS ACC013T OF DEPARTniE,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Good Assortment of Carriage Lace
a ad Trim tillage.
Shop Plxtorea. S Btltrhloa; lloraea, a larve variety of Toola,
Tw(j Searlna; Machine, Three Koa Show Caara.
Also, Household Furniture !
Three Electro Galeanlc Batteries, Chemicals,
A Good Camera and tome Dapuerrlan Apparatai,
Klectro Chemical and Pbotographlo Books,
Stove and Kitchen Utensils, Hose, Tubs,
Barrel, Ax. 4c.
Excellent Breech Loading; Fowling Piece. J single barrel Uan,
A ad a Groat Tarlety f elder Goads.
Alto, A Good Saddle JJorsf, One Ilarnfs Horse,
and Two nantln Dof .
E. P. ADAMS, A act ianrer.
EX ATLAS from LIVERPOOL.
John Jeffreys & Cos ALE 1
IN Q.VA RTS AND
IlACKfKLU if Co.
MINER'S RUBBER CEMENT,
NOVELTY GLASS CUTTERS !
Just Received, and. For Sale
W. PEIRCE U CO,
A RETREAT FOR INVALIDS.
THE CLIMATE OF THESe'iSLANDS
Is noted the world over fur general salubrity, while
hi -if- certain particular localities in ti e group are more es
prcislly favorably known. The district of Kona, on the lee
side of Hawaii, has long been famed as a place of resort for
tbose afflicted with affections of the lungs. Not a few cases
nave been kr.owo of prraooa who had been riven over as sure
to die. by their physicians In California, altera few rnnnUie
residence) In the pure, mild air of Kona, recovering rub sat
health air I taking a new lenae of It (a.
The sou era gned, at his commodious house near Kaawaloa,
South K'Mia, I. prepared to furtiiah aond arenmmnd.iiiona to
boarders on reaaooaiile tartna. The steamer A inuea runa reg
u I arty between Honolulu and the port of Kaawal, and
Horses are kept ready at the beach Kvery accommodation
and comfort In the way of diet. SULK and liONEY 0 abun
daoo. t.eligbtful rides In the neighborhood.
Kaawsioa, 8. Kona, May, MT2. myii
rVEW POTATOES !
FROM THE K I LA DISTRICT OF MA
Ktrt'AO, will be received every Week by the rchooners
KA MUI and UOI KEISX
VESSELS SUPPLIED IN QUANTITIES
At tha Shartcat Nat ice.
For Sale at
II. E. McINTTRK At BRO't.
Corner Fort and King gts.
PICTURE FRAMES I
DICKSON'S ART GALLERY!
6t FORT STREET,
A LARGE ASS0RT2IEXT OF
GILT, E0SEW00D AND "WALNUT
"$Q.IT ARE AND OVAL..
Clieaxp fox Cash..
' Pictures Framed to Order.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS !
mECXDERSIO.VEI IS PKEPAREO TO
pay to the creditors uf the Kstate of ALaxasnca Waiva.
deceased. Fifty Per Cent, dividends, at h's office in Hooolnla.
8. B COLE,
J is. lm w-sw Attorney for W. O. Bmlth, Administrator.
STOVE FOR SALE !
1 BICR'S PIBLIC HOUSE STOVE.
"i with nine li inch holea. extension top, with duplicate
gj ! are linin.-s and cavers. Just the article required for
, Keuaoxant. Can be seen at
NOTT Ai CO.'S, Kaahomana St.
600 ACRES REAL ESTATE I
THE rXDF.RMCXICn II.tSBP'.EN
Inatrncted tn ffcr f sale. 000 Acres of Land
known ss Jatp's Plantation, annate 3 ml lea
from ilana harbor, la the district of lias, Last Hani This
land Is suitable for a 84icr Plantation, and unsurpassed on
Msul for a lairy. Ins improremei.ts are
Substantial Wood House !
i And one Large Grass House. 70 acres of bog sad horse pas.
tare. In tins pasture there are ov r 230 Lr.te (tread Fralt
tail hearing, and flfty- small Bn-adfrnt Trees r
Uils paotur. is sansiaonail re.sred with rtno the wait
of which is A feet A inche. hikh. 3 feet wide at Use bottom and 1
Inches at the top. 6 acres calf pen, Miilt in corner of bog and
horas) pa stare. 2 aoee garden. 1 acre bananas. 1 aera ssreet
pniatoea, aw ripe. Tbe feneea are stone ami sabeuntially
bolit; stuck yard, 1 chaia wide aad li chains long. feet
InJbes high. 4 fe t at She bottom and 2 feet on top. there are '
acres of paatkins plaoUd between, 1 or 2 acres now hearing.
There wlil be sold with the land 21 head of cattle. 100 hogs,
asore or leas. 2 plough, horses, horse cart and harness, horse
piouxti, harrow, coiurator. ac , 4c Tbsprios par sere, ue
iaveotorr, given n w th the land..
Foe fNueJeoJara, ap4jr to - - ' -. . .
jal im JQKS jnO. WATERHCCSS.
W ELL CC RED I8I.AVD HAT
as ON It AND A HALF CENT PER
jad Sm JTDD At LATTON'S
United States, New Zealand and Australia ;
- Hail Steamship Line. ,
Fop SA1V FRAIVCISCO!
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 20tk.
Aaial Other New Zealaaci Prla, rota --! iug
ait Aaicklaiaal with Steaiaurra for Sratury.
MllairBi amatal BrialMkaie. the T
STEAMSHIP NEBRASKA !w
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 29th.
X7 Trrighl tnt the etemmera will be raceited In eteamera
areboaae free of atorage.
Famenrera booked throafh at redoced ratal to poiota in the (
Toltcd t la ira aod to Liverpool, a ad aiao to pjrta in Near j
Zaalaod aod AoatraUa.
For rrdctit aod Paaeage, and all further lofornatkiD, j
apd Apply to H. HACKFKLD Co.. AgeaU. j
" " i
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILflUEA."
Jaly 16th..... ,
Aagaat I 2lh
..Clrcait f Hawaii
..Clrcait of Hawaii
Tickets can only be secured at the Office,
given for Paaaage How.
Ju2 e wsr
No Credit will be
FOR VICTORIA, B. C.
THE CLIPfER BARK
3D e 1 a w are
Ilavtog the greater part of her cargo engaged, will Lave Im
mediate ditpavch for the above port.
For Freight only, apply to
JulS wew WALKER Si ALLEN, AgenU.
3 D. C. Mia3?i?ay,
P. P. 8I1KPIIERD. Matter.
i Will have quick Dispatch for the above Port.
If or freight or passage, having aoperlor accommodations fo
cabin and steerage pataengert, apply to
JulS C. BREWER if Co., Agents.
. BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER At CO., AGENTS.
ttarfe . . .
Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool. Hides
I and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
; other Eaatern Ports. (7 Cash Advaooet maile.
fe24 ly O. BREWER tt CO.
DISPATCH LINE F0ESANFEANCISC0.
C. BREWER &. CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received KTOKAQE FREK and
liberal emnh ndvauora made on .hlpm-nta by this
(fei ly) C. BRfc..VLlt CO.
Regular Packet for Kona and Kau.
The New Clipper Srhooni-r
17 I li A U A ,
Captain J. H. lUiQeld,
I Will ran regularly on the above mute, having excellent accom
modation for passengers and freight.
For Freight or I'm-sage, apply to the Captain on board,
or ti (mh23 if ) T1BBET3 SOREN30N.
Will run as a Regular Packet to
or Passare apply to
the above port. For Freight i
apa 3 m WALKER &
ALLEN, A rents
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAINJ.
1 jjBisk THE SCHE. NETTIE MEEEILL,
I K. D. CRANE. Master.
Will Can Btgalarly bet ween This Port and Lahalna,
Uonolnla Saturdays and Lahalna every Wednesdays.
apO Sea H. II ACKFELD k Co., Agents.
Regular. racket for Hannlei, Kauai.
THE CLIPPER 8CHOONFR
Will Sail as a Regular Packet as above.
fnr Freight or passage apply to
a i,0 3m WALKER A ALLEN..
AGENT3 FOE THE
LIVE TANK EE,
KIN AU. AND IIOKCLRLE.
Freight at fair prices and goods properly handled.
mhSO WILDER A- CO.
SEE MY COLUMN!
Not THIS, but the Other One!
Qoeert Terr Queer t
IN MT ADVERTISING COLUMN. MT
Anchors and Chains for sale are crowded out and are
amongst the Motions a British Motion.) They will be sold
cheap, vary cheap.
Fanny I Very Fanny I
fa no T Advertising Column, my Bird Traps, Bird Bouses
and Breed I g Cages, of which I have a splendid assortment,
are crowded out. Th y will be sold cheap, very cheap.
Queer Very Queer!
My Pills Blair's, Whelptoo's aod Cockle's are crowded out
and are Inoinded in tbe Notions.
Iron Posts for Wire Fencing, which I will sell for 25 cents
csch. Is much less than the raw material costs here.
The Fsiituirst er salt Brussels Carp-t which I nave
for sale, a splendid article, and guaranteed of equal qnaiity, at
30 per cert , less than the Carpet fur the New Hotel coat in
Ban t ranclewo, besides which, freight, insurance and duty most
be added to the San Franc. sen coat. It would take a mathe
matician to calculate the kss Incurred by not purchasing fcere.
Not Queer or Very Qneer!
Tbe Steamer K 'auea Is a decided success and ratteriallr as-
I" Sitts to. promote trade snd develop the resources of tbs RMngdotn
The New Hotel.
There has been a difference of opinion in consequence of
Oplhalmia. I am morally crrtaio it will be a decided success
In promoting ths interests of these fair Isiands. and a great
benefit to them.
Lodgln House Keepers need not qnakeor seek a redaction
tn rent, for they will have their ahare from the extra number
of visitors to teethe wonders of this K-nzdom.
This Na.ioa,l Hotel, so much needed for the upbuilding of
oar Sunny Islands, will. In conjunction with other solid Im
provement, immortalise tbe rel-n of KsMKBSMcna Vra. Long
may he lire aad relga.
f3 JOHN THOMAS WaTERHOCSC .
THE UNDERSIGNED RETURNS
thanks to all patrons for past favors, soliciting
Any unpaid quarterly accounts to the31t Pecfmber, 1871,
deirii g to h tve settled without anv furtherff jrts to Jo par
ties' memories, aa it ia a perfect bore to DL'N, and oecte to it.
Ills prwahave been liKeral and should be paid. It is, he
thinks, takiog aJvantage of good nature. -
foS toil THOMAS WATKBHOCSR.
TO LET !
EVER A L COTTAHES RE
PPKCf ABLY situated. Also, one Mansion tn let,
with SO allowance In rent for impr.vcments in
the shape of shrur and choice trees.
Also a Schoul Hocae or Shop. A pp y to
f.S JOAS TliUMAS WATKRHOCSE.
ST ST A VIVO
I 1 Htm I as Jgent lAe Mutual Life Insurant Cm., I
of NSW lork fur the Uawailn Islands. 1 am ireuerea tosetiie
with all parties having any ioturance buaioen with the fonaer
agent. (mhSOj SAll'tU VtlLPUt.
OR SALE !
TOE - PREMISES LATELT OCLT
PI AM) bp If. FladtsT, on Hotel Street,
(my 11) Enqutieof 3. H. PATT.
S4 t C
ENGLISH, FRENCH, . AMERICAN
CERSVlAf. GOODS !
RETURNS THANKS FOR PAST FAVORS
Advertise, for he own Benefit and eogXcre not to be
CudtnuUi (Sot Tj. lie ouVra the following tioods Fur Sale
ConaiKtiDjj of :
DRV GOODS. GROCERIES. CUTLERV.
II A R D W A R E.. E A RTH tiN W A R E,
GLASSWARE. SADDLER V.
LEATHER GOODS, -
PA I XTS. OILS, 'COLORS,
WITH a GEE AT VARIETY of NOTIONS
NOT INCLUDED IN THIS ADVERTl?tMK:iT.
fTfcENIMS.TIC KINGS. BROWN COTTONS
JLP bhirtlnpa. Sbeetlnj:., variety of Dimuli, l'inU,
Axmioevter Bars. Tweeds. Molrskios, English Coburgs,
French Merlnoes, assorted colors; Alpacas, Baratheas,
Oreeit, acarlet ami majviiU Bane,
lilte Marceua neoquim, ana otner i.rir,, j
Cotton Turkish Sheets anJ Towels, A
White and grey Lineu Hack Towels, Hon Blankets,
White, blue, grey. Scarlet and Kreen BlaukeU. of VarloSS
qualitirs; tiorrockaea Lona: Cloth,
Fancy colored nd white ground Pritta, laclodlng pattens
very desirable for native trade,
Linen Drills, Sheeting and Shirting, Diapers. 4re.,
Illue Flannel, Scarlet Flannel, White FUanet,
Hi Ik Oreoadine. Veil llarege.
Black, white and brown Linen Thread.
Brooks' and other Spool Cottons, Crochet Cotton,
Blue Drilling, White Corduroy. Amoskeag Dentins,
Tape l he:ks, Cambrics, Silesia, Ladies' CooeL,
Buttons and Trimmings. Black bilk Elastic,
All colors Berlin Wool, Black Ciape.
GENT'S HATS MADE BY CHRISTY & SON.
Ladies' Hats and Bonnets, Children's Hats,
Men's and Boy's Superior Straw Hats,
Ladies', Children's and Uei.t's Oloves, various;
Wiii'e Pique, Silk I'mbrell is. Cotton Umarellas,
Gent's l.inen and Piper Collirs, A very tine line of all
kinds of Shirts, plnin. colored wool ane merino;
Nirck Ties, Men's Half Hose, wool and rot ton;
Ladies' superior White and Brown. blockings,
A Complete Arctic Outfit!
All that a Whaler or a Fisherman would require.
Merino Undershirts and Drawers,
Linen and Lawn Handkerchiefs, Carpet fiflgs.
Men's und Boy's Caps, all description;
Pilot Coats, not to be surpassed; Blade Cloth Sac,
Kerten.ere Suits, Tweed Suits. Blue Flannel and Doeskin
i'ants. for men, youih and boya, .Regatta Shir?.,
, Jean Shirts, Turnover tflilru. Jack Shirts, Linen lists,
r'loor Cloth, Carriige Cloth, Gig Cloth,
Taiile Oil Cloth, ch ilce rtterns; Bertha Skirts,
Victor) Lawns. Black Oremuline, Damask dlripes.
Tape Checks, Cambrics, Hair Cord Checks,
40 in. OlHied Jaconet, Vt r roof Tweed, various colors.
Silk Velvets, Tailatan', Crochet Edging.
Kverlasting Krlginp. Laiiis' Minor Colltrs, Jaconet Sets,
Nilli-on Sets, Linen Sets. iJice Ties, Jacnset Scollop,
In-eitioiu, I'.ook Scollops, Infant's Frock Boilies,
Cambric Skirts, very heavy Kmbroidered Skirl,
A Good Selection of Goods for
Leap Year !
Ilanrikrr.'hiefj, silk: Linen and Cotton Printed Handkerchiefs,
Table Covers and Piano Covers of all kinds; Alma Caps,
PWnce or Wales Cap?. Bilk PuKearees, Hegro Caps,
A paces Umlirellas, Silk Parasols and S'-DfhaJes,
Alnacc and Cotton do Linen Ticking.
Child's Fancy Wool Itoots. Wool Bonnets, Wool Bodices,
Wo.l Clouds, La 'lies Fancy Wool Ties, Wool Scarf,
Aberdeen Hose and Half I lose. Mil-tary Half Hose,
Kairginir and Burlap., Black Silk Cor.l and Tassel.',
Mohair Goods, Chenille Uoo.li, Black Silks, Fancy Silks,
Trlmminin of all kinds. Buttons all kind,
Shawls all kinds. Capes a great variety, lce Rhawls,
Hilk Handkerchiefs, fast colors Pink Oinuliams,
Turkey Bed and Yellow, Turkey Cara'iric,
Striped and Padded Linen lirills. Honey Comb Towels,
Cotton and Linen Towels, Cah:e Cords, Terry Cloth.
Pie Fruits, 'Pickles, -Carbonate Soda, Split Peas,
j Canary Seed, Hemp seed, n hue Keans, Uatmeal,
r.paom aiis, jorK.iure ixania, VTesipuauit nam,
bleached Ginper, Uround Pimento, Ground Cloves,
Mixed Spice. Ground Black Pepper, White do.
Ground Ginger, Cayenne Pepper.
Peppermint Rose and Lemon Loieugea,
Lemon Peel, Orange peel,
C nversation Lozenges, Furar Sticks, Bath Pipes,
I'ream Tartar. Mustard, Salentus In Jirs and bottles.
Table Vlnecar, Chile Vloegar, Lea & Perriu's Sauce,
Ilarvej's Sauce, Reading Sauce, John Bull Sauce,
Beef Steak Sauce, Mogul Sauce, King of Uude Sauce,
Anchovy Ssace, Chutuey Sauce, Universal Sauce.
31 e Tliinlas Cnoiigli Sauce !
Bottles S ilt, Bags Liverpool Salt, by the ton or bag,
CastosvUil, quarts, pints and balf pints.
Rose Hair Uii,
Large and pnvill Raspberry anj r.tber Jams,
Sago and other Dried Ilerha. Plckle.1 Onions.
Ciuiera, Nutmegs, Knence lniun and Vanilla,
French Peas. Seidlits Powders,
Potted Ueef. Ham. Toncue, Salmon,
1 lb tins Cod Hoes. One Ball Blue,
t.inger Nuts, from the bakery of Huntley Ik Palmer.
Alio. OabO'ne Biscuiis, I kin Biscuits, Nonsuch Biscuits.
West India Pine Apple in Syrup,
Apricots. Stewed Pear?,
A great vnriety of Somhody's Lujgafrtj done up in silver
and gold motto ktaaes,
With other such like Sweet Things.
Salad Oil, Salmon Cutlets.
Kippered Herringr, Finnan Iluddocks,
Oxford Sausa es, Trulfl. d Pates,
1 lb tins Danish Butter, 2 lbs do. tins Mince Meat,
Tins English Plum Pudding,
Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste, Herrings a la Sardines,
Mackerel salmon, Fresh Herri. igs.
Bloaters, sometimes called sailor other limes soldiers,
with t eething more that is toothsome.
LITEST COLUMBIA RIVER SALMOX!
In Barrels and half barrels.
Wiltshire Cheese, Chocolate, Sardines In tins,
COXFaUCTIOIYEKY, fcc, fcc.
Beyond a doubt
THE FINEST BASS' ALE!
in quarts and pints, that can be found lo the market.
Barclay & Perkin'a Porter, warranted a first rate article,
and very suitable for nursing mothers.
Jeffrey's Ale, quarts snd pints;
Iod & Coope's Ale, quarts and pints;
Best Bremen Ale, quarts and pints;
Champagne, quarts and pluts, Claret in one dozen cases.
Tbe Wines and Beers Sold by tbe Original Package.
Thesj are sold by the Cask or Case only In original
packages, that have not been tampered with.
nglish Soap. Yellow and Marine, Brown Windsor and
Castile Soap, De Rubaix Caudles.
In regard to this article there la a secret, and can warrant
mine will Stand when some other will crack. The late Mr.
Torbert declared be would rather, have one cask of my own
Importation tbsn two casks of the average Importation.
Cases Downer'3 Best Kerosene Oil.
Cases Best American Card Matches,
II ul. buck's Boiled Oil in drums snd casks, patent,
White Zine, Fine White Lead, Green Paint.
Black Paint, Ked Lead, Yellow Ochre, Venetian Red,
Lamp Black, Dry Ked, Lead Dryers,
Spirits Turpentine, Piaster Paris,
Saddles of all kinds. Ladies and Gents, not to be beat.
Bridles, Genuine Manilla Kope. New Zealand Rope,
The only Lot of Wire Rope In the Market.
Camphor, Guru, Pistols, Powder, Percussion Caps,
Shot of all sizes. School Slates. Penciis,
Breech Loaders, Csrtridges, Musical Bxes, .
Concertinas, Acconleons. Wax Fruit and Flowers,
Glass Shades, Real China Tea and Breakfast Sets,
Dinner Sets. Lawn Croquet Sets, Bagatelle Boards,
I Iddles, Flutes. Violin Strings. .
Toys of a Superior kind. Crying Btbies,
Keyless WaUhes, Bench AM, Hatchets. Trowels.
Ualvanizd Wheel Borrows, Iron Piping. Fire Brr a",
Gimlets. Turners' Files, Door Locks. Ci.est Locks,
Pd Locks. Spokeshives, Rarr Strops. Pit Saws, -
Cross Cut aw. Hand Sws. Trying Planes,
Jaclt Planes. Smoothing Planes.
Tery Superior Butcher Knives. Steel Scissors,
Iog Cha'ns, Putty Knives, Shoe Knives. Pincers, "
Shoe R-isps. Corkscrews, Vices. Farrier's Knives,"
Oo's, llo-n. Sp&des, Shovels Galvanized Buckets,
OelvaniZ"d Tubs, tialvamsed Tanks,
Galvanized Crn Ches s Butt Screws.
loue Traps. Rat Traps. Ct Traps, Fox Traps,
Wolf Traps, Man Traps. Woman Traps, '
Double & Single Harness, Express Harriets,
Twine, Fish Lines, r'lfh Ilorks, Mexican Spars,
Silver Plated Srs. Tamed Spur. Ysnkee Axes,
Corrugated Iron. Ked and Wh'ie Tiles,
Iron Pots from J gallon to SO g.-'Ion.
200 ealion Iron Try Pola. Tea Krttles,
lion Ssuceptn., Uval Boilers. Scale and Balances,
Lasts, shoe B lis, Leather. Anvils. B rd Cages,
'Galvanized Arches. Kiddies. Spikes. Brushware,
Flower aod Tree Trainers, Jack Trucks. Iron Gates.
Iron Ump Posts with Copper Lamps, same aa ia the streets,
Sheet Iron. Flower Pots, fancy aad plain.
Wire Fencing, Plain Iron Fencing, less than the price of
JOHN THOS. WATERH0USE.
, S.I TVR DA I. J USE 23.
I LEGISLATIVE PROCEED INQS.
. SESSIOX OF 1872.
KoKTr-EiGKTH Dr, Jun ICiU.
. or.QF.n or the iit.
Tli Assni'blr went into CoinamUe on tL Ap
propriation Kin. Uan. Mr. Nawahi in tbe Ctnir. '
t Il-ia. Mr. Iliicbrovk rrlovetl to strike out the iurn
; of lm).ltH) for a Koval Plact, anl iDftertla place
lUe-iful. Sii (K'U lor tuc purchase of land for Palac.
Hon. Mr. Carter said'if MiaiMrs haat in uian
tur pfVdiPH) itjemstlTr-a to purcba.e the lot, b
tbousUt ll would be well to pass the amendment,
and leave the building of the paktce for the future,
i In reply to the remark of the Minister of Foreign
f Affairs that if members did not want a new palace,
; they should Ray so ; lion. Mr. Hitchcock "aid they
; did want one, but they did not ?ee the pressing ne
. cessity now of di3t"e-ing ourselves in order lo
build 1t. He was afraid of the large sum asked,
; under our present circumstances, with other "pnb
j lie works needed for the interests of the country,
j His Ex. ihe Minister of Interior epoke at length
; on tne subject of the proposed new palace. It was
j agreed on all hands that we want a new palace.
i and it only retnaiued tor the Assembly to puce a
i sufficient amount in the bill to enable the Govern
j ineut to accomplish the work. Sprtke of tbe.diS
; culty of getting good workmen. The Government
j was forttin.tte in having such men now. aad if the
i money Is voted, these men can be continued on the
j palace, arter completing me iovernmem utuiuings.
aad the palace be completed by Ihe next session.
All Governments provided a proper house In which
j t l'jdje the executive, to receive foreign officials.
and to receive his own people, bnch a house we
have Dot pot and there is absolutely no place in
which His Majesty can give a reception. There
was no use in giving a small sum. enough merely
to begin the work, for that would result in Its not
beioe touched. Economy would demand that the
ork be either carried turougn to accompilsDmegi
not touched at all
Hon. Mr. A. F. Jndd said we want a pal.ice. but
we can't afford it, now. The prospects are that we
shall have $500.00 of debt. We have nothing to
run the Government on bnf the sugar interest.
That is not increasing, Jnnd if we had the capital,
we have not the labor. Honestly and sincerely,
he did not think the condition of the country would
bear 11s out in voting these extraordinary outlays.
He for one should prefer to see the money go to
build roads, or to forward the industrial pursuits
of the country. The way to develop a country is
not to build costly buildings which yield no reve
nue. His Ex. the Minister of the Interior said our
present jrlt was a mere trine only some $150.
000. The idea of a debt was continually held tip
as a bugbear to frighten members. He should
never advocate running the country Into debt un
less for a necessary purpose, and then not to a
large amount. Was this proposed building ne
cessary or not? He held it was necessary if we in
tend to continue to curry on a Government our
selves. When the people, more particularly those
of native birth, cease to respect the head' of the
state, the time will not be far distant when their
I Government will be bunded over to 6ome other
i power. Foreigners can pick up their traps and go,
jiftb.it event should occur, but natives must stay
j and submit. ' 1
Hon. Mr. Kupakee moved to insert $30,000.
1 Hon. Mr. Hic-e moved to insert $50,000.
Hon. Mr. C. II. Judd was in favor or $60,000.
j Hon. Mr. Carter said that he regretted that
j ground had not been broken for the new palace
I some years ago, and the lact that it was not may
I bo classed among the lost opportunities. M'llh the
present outlook, I leel that we can hardly afford to
I build this palace now. I really would like to see
j it dope, and done in a handsome and substantial
I manner. I do not know, just what strain the
credit of this Government will bear. Money is
easy with it just now how will It. bear tbe tveiht
of 300,000 or Slna.000 more? A heavy debt will
worti a povVerlul influence against the independ
ence of the Kingdom.
Hon. Mr. Bishop said that this Assembly bad
i once ueen termea a ueuaunp emu. 11 we go on
'- - . - .B
taking sucn a wule ran:e, we may lay ourselves
liable to be called a society for the diemination
of gossip. One might want many things, but tbe
qui-siion always was, could' he afford it 1 The ne
cessity was very apparent for a proper house in
whicu the Kinir could suitably receive his friends.
It is not necessary to build anything very exlrava-
There is a wide ground between meanness
aud extravagance. Iu this country where the
grounds can be made so , beautiful with trees andj
flowers it would seem as though there was not so!
much need of ornamenting tbe building so bighly.
I regret that the occasion demands that we should
have to build so extensively. It has been stated
by some member that they wanted this money for
some other purpose. It will not need much differ
ence with tbe debt for what purpose the money is
used. For the present 1 think that if we can show
that we are doing something towards building the
palace, tbat that will do lor the present. If we
could provide for the commencement of the build
ing of the palace a short time before the meeting of
the next Legislature, that would encourage them
to go on and finish tbe work. Tbe principal ar
gument in favor of going on with tbe work
seems to be that if the workmen now engaged
on the Government buildings can be steadily
employed on the palace it will save ex
pense. I would advocate appropriating 50,000
to be expended judiciously in commencing the
building of a palace, as I believe that that j
sum will car-v forward the work advantageously ,'
durine the next two year9, and I shall vote for that-
sum. Motion made to strilre out the item lost;
motion to pass at 100,000 lost; to pass at $60,000
lost by tie vote; item passed at $50,000.
Completing new government offices, $50,000 new
Custom House stores, 20,000. The Minister of
Finance explained that at least $10,000 was abso
lutely needed for providing some storage Tootu. Mo
tion made to amend to $10,000 item passed at
$10,000; Court House at Puna, Hawaii, 800 mo
tion made to amend to $600 item passed at $800;
addition to Police Station, Ililo, $200; Court House,
Lanai, $700 motion was made to insert an appro
priation for a Court House at Kaawaloa pending
discussion, tbe committee ruse" and the House ad
journed. Forty-Ninth: Day, Jane 27tb.
His Excellency the Minister of Foreign Relations
presented a communication -received by bim from tbe
Minister Resident of tbe United States respecting
some claims for remuneration by American citizens
for bringing shipwrecked Hawaiian seamen to this
Kirt. Referred to a select committee consisting of
ons. Messrs. Carter, Bishop, Aholo, Kaukaba , and
Resolution by Hon. Mr. Uanaike, to the effect that
the pay of members of this Assembly cannot be gar
nisheed. In explanation the Clerk of the Assembly stated
that the pay of a member had been garnisheed in
bis hand on the 10th of May by an order of tbe
Police Court ordering bim to pay the money over to
Some little debate ensued, in which tbe action of
the Police Magistrate wos spoken of as unwarrant
able, as it was held that the pny of a member of
this House, the highest tribunal of the Kingdom,
cannot be touched by the process of any court. The
resolution wis adopted.
His Excellency the Minister of the Interior made
a preliminary report on a petition for the construc
tion of a water-course between Haleakala and Wai
luku, Maui, 'ihe report is elaborate, based on the
opinions of Prof. Alexander, and states that a proper
survey would cost $2,600. The entire work, it is
estimated, would cost not less than 8200,000, if
completed. The report was accepted and tabled for
ORDER OP THE DAT.
The House went into Committee of the Whole on
tbe Hotel Loan bill, Hon. C. II. Judd in the Chair.
His Excellency the Minister of Foreign Relations,
who had the floor from Tuesday last, resumed his
speech in favor of the bill, and spoke for Several
hours, reiterating the arguments and going over tbe
The speakers against the bill were Hon. Messrs.
A. F. Judd, Nawahi, Lonoaea, Poii, Mikalemi and
Hnaike, and for Hon. Messrs. Kahananui and
At 4.15 P. M , tbe question on indefinite postpone
ment of tbe first section was put and lost, 26 to 13 ;
whereupon tbe Committee rose, and the House ad
Fiftieth Dat, June 28th.
Hon. A. F. Jadd from Committee on the Judiciary,
reported on the petition from dealers in spirituous
liquors in Honolulu, asking for the repeal of tbe law
forbidding the maintenance of suits for spirituous
liquors. Tbe Committee are of the opinion that tbe
necessity for any alteration in the law hss not been
On motion the report wsa tabled for tbe present
Hon. Mr Kupakee. from Committee on mail car
riers, reported in favor of appropriating $6,566 for
that service. Repo.-t accepted.
Hon. A. F. Judd gave notice of intention to intro
duce a bill to amend Section 924 of the Civil Code.
Hon. Mr. Aholo gave notice of intention To intro
duce a bill to amend an Act respecting tbe distribu
tion of water in Lahaina.
Hon. Mr. Mikalemi gave notice of intention to
brin in a bill to aruetiJ the Act sUblubii)g the iu
sane asjlara. " , '
oTra or rax oar. .
The Hoas retnmed the eon let -alio n of the Ap
prcpriatioo Bill, Hon. A. F.-JudI in tb Cbalr.
Intefvislaavi steam-natitioe. $rj,fKJ. Hon.
Mr. IUps moved to amend ScO.OCf). After a Wnjihy
debate, the motion was carried, 1 lo 12.
Extension of fUo market. Huoolula. $1,000.
Passed. Market House at Ijabalaa. (new item) f 3,
0O0. Pawd. New roof Court Hoe. Waimea,
Kauai. f25U. Pss.eL Kepaiiv.oa Government
Buildlntrs. SIO.OOO. Passed.. Mail carrier. 6,
Jrjnrttnnt of Flnanc alarwof Minister. J 10.-
000; Register Public Accounts. $4,000; Collector
(teneral of Cus lotus. ffi,00';
S.C00: Surveyor and Guard. S2.400; Store
(.Keeper. 62.4tK; Assisunt Gaatla. SI 8H; Jnci
! dentals. 9100; Collector. Kavaihae. 400; Col
lector, Kealakekua. S200; Custom House Coat.
??uu; Hospital tuna esnmatea reee.pia. i.uu :
Tax Assers. 817.000; Tax Collectors. SUi00;
National lebt tall in c due. f0.000r Interest on
National deb', 834,000 ; (de(erreJ) Incidentals, 32.
000; Salaries due aud unpaid 8 ISO. The forego
ing were all items in this itepartmeot.
Attorney tieiurral'a JtrjxtrfvuL Salary of At
torney General. $10,000; Clerk, $2,400; Incident
als and traveling expenses. $1,000; Marshal of the
I Kingdom. S6.O0O ; Sheriff of Hawaii. 84.000;
j Sheritf of Maui. $4,000; Sueiiff of Kauai. 2.000;
j Clerk Sheriff Hawaii, 81.000; Clerk Sheriff Maul,
j $1,000; Apprehensions of Criminals, $3,000. The
j remaining items of this department were deferred
j unit! Monday.
I Bnrtau of Public -Instruction-Salary of In
spector General, 84.000; Clerk or Board, S3,6K);
Hawaiian and English achocls- Motion made to
amend to 843,000 item passed at 843,OiH); support
of Com mo u Schools. Motion made to amend - to
810,000. also to amend to 17,000 itcra passed at
8 18,000; Printing, &c, Hawaiian Geography, 2500:
Statienery and Incidentals, 8700 ; Reformatory
1 r tii . i .r .
School, 81000; BuilJing new school bouses, $2,000;
x.naowment or scholarship, 80; Leusus 01 Io7z,
8S.C00; Medical education of Hawaiian youthf,
83,000. Committee then rose aud asked leave to
sit again on Monday. Leave granted and House
NOTES OF T1IK WUEK.
jtJ-if We look for the Steamer to-morrow,
dates to the 21st instant.
Sipplkmkxt. We print in a supplement to-day
the very able sermon preached bv the Iter. Mr.
Frear on Foreign Missions, on the 16lh inst.
Fokeiom Jcmr We are requested by tbe Marshal
jto say that the foreign jurors for tbe ensuing term
are required to be in attendance) at the Court Ilnuse
on Monday July 8th, at 9 o'clock a. m. .
Masoxic. The regular monthly meeting of Ha
waiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M., will be held on
Monday evening next, at 7$ o'clock. A full attend
ance is requested.
) Louis K. McGbew, son of Dr. J. S. MoQrew, has
peen appointed Capt&in's Clerk on board the U. S.
steamship J"arragan$rtt to fill the Vacancy created
by the resignation of G. B. Riemann, Esq., who has
been appointed Pay Clerk on board tbe same ship.
Entertainment this KvEMNO.-r-Tbe atUntion of
all those who like to witness a really good per
formance and to be pleasantly entertained. Is di
rected to the announcement for this evening at
Buffi 1 tn's Hall, when those favorite Madame Dtiret
and Mr. George I'auncefoi t will appear.
Iolam Coij.kok.- We call the attention f our
readers to tin entertainment to be given by tbe pu
pils of Iolani College. I'auoa, on Monday evening,
July IsL AH'inteiested in Hawaiian education are
lespectfully invited by Arch Deacon Mason to be
present. Doors open ut 7 p. m.
Theological Seminary. At tha recent meeting
of the Hawaiian Kvan1relic.1l Association it was re
solved to establish a Theological Seminary at this
city, for Hawaiians. The new institution will be
commenced about tbe first of October next, with
the Kev. J. D. Paris as Principal, assisted by tbe
Revs. B. W. Parker, and II. H. Parker. .
Smaix-Pox. Up to this dat. ther liave hocn
twenty-seven cases of small-pox reported to the
Board of Health, of which seven have died. Ills now
nearly eigjt weeks since the disease first arrived
here on the 5th of May, and the slow progress it
has made in that time, sufficiently demonstrates the
fact that prompt a.id effective measures have baen
taken to prevent its spread.
' . '
P -1 ' TViA fiaeL 1 f? Ifurrnu baIIaI oti T.,ourlaw
fcr ban Francisco, with twenty-six passengers and a
cargo valued at $46,cOO. Among the former we no
ticed our fellow-towusman and old resident, Mr. C.
II. Lewers, of the firm of Lewers & Dickson, who
with bis family makes an extended visit to tbe
United States, whence we hope to see him return be
fore many months with recovered health.
A Case of Haki ship. The case of Captain Chits.
Dudoit appears to be rather a hard ono. His
schooner, the Juanita. was laid up in quarantine for
several weeks, whereby he lost a good business that
he bad succeeded in establishing and now that he
("Is allowed to run again, passengei s will not sail with
bim, on account of the name the vessel nan got
through being quarantined. The schooner is all he
has to rely on for a living, and it seems peculiarly
bard that he should have to suffer individually for
what is a national misfortune and none of bis fault.
! A Spn'strmc Pravkr. The wit of the native Ilaw-
1 siian. except in a small way peculiar to himself, is
inclined to be sluggish, but is sometimes grimly
practical. As for instance, the opening prayer by
tbe chaplain of the Assembly the other day, which,
"being interpreted," wns in these eminently suits-)
b! words: "We know, oh Lord, that thou dost f
give liberally unto all classes and conditions of
men according as their lack ; now tbe great 'want
tof this Assembly as thou knowest. is wisdom and
intelligence to understand their duties, and tbat we
pray may be bestowed upon them from tbe Min
isters and Nobles down to the Representatives."
' A Jcst Influence." A correspondent brings
to our notice an apt illustration of tbe even-banded
manner in which influence is attempted to be exercised
in favor of the hotel bill by His Altitudiness of the
Foreign Office being tbe relation of a conversation
that. was overheard. While we are confident tbat
the public would appreciate the story of this assump
tion oy the Minister of the powers even of tbe Sover
eign that Minister whose proud boast it is that be
" never threatened to denounce a man through tbe
press "(vide opeech of Tuesday in tbe Assembly)
we deem it inappropriate to print the communication.
aa being tbe relation of an affair tbat on one side at-j
least, may be said to concern a private party alone.
Accident to the Attorney General. Ths pub
lic generally will regret to learn that His Excellency
S. H. Phillips met with a severe accident on Mondsy
evening last, whereby the bones of bis left arm were
broken between the wrist and the elbow. Tbe acci
dent occurred by a fall caused by stepping on a loose
plank in front of Dillingham's new store. With tbe
Gazette " we are of opinion that measures should
be taken to guard against similar accidents by en
forcing those who ar 1 building, and necessarily oW
struct the streets, to Bot only put a railing around
the rubbish and material, but to have lights, through
tbe dark nights, to protect people passing such local
ities from accident."
Proposed "Water-CourNc, 3Inul
Tbe following is the report of tbe Minister of the
Interior before the Legislature, June 26th, on tbe
petition from Wailuku, Maui, recemmendiag tbe con.
struction of a water-courso from Haleakala to Wai
luku and Waikapa :
It appears tbat the direct distance between the
point at which the proposed water-course would
begin, and its termination, i t about 15 miles. It is
probable that this distance would be greatly increased
by tbe broken nature of tbe ground on tbe mountain
side, rendering it necessary, for the sake of avoiding
costly'tunnels or acqueducts to follow, on a conven
ient grade, along tbe sides of the numerous ravines
which have to be crossed, and thus the whole len th
of tbe water-course would be drawn out to 18 wiles!
Prof. Alexander thinks that the elevation of tbe
point of commencement would be about 2500 fuet, j
and tbe elevation of the Ijw neck of land between
East and West Maui, which must be crossed, is J
about 100 feet. It will" thus be evident that in tbe '
first 13 or U miles of tbe ditch there will be a f-U of j
about 2400 feet.
In an open ditcb, the borders of which are cf earth,
the greatest fall per mile that can be allowed, so tbat
tbe borders may not be washed away by be force of
the current, is about 5 feet. This would give 70 feet
in 14 miles, having a fail of 2330 feet to be met,
either by a series of cascades or rapids where the
water-course would be lined with masonry, or where
the water would be enclosed in cast-iron pipes of
large diameter. In either case, the expense of the
undertaking would be enormously Increased. ' -
A good deal of tha cutting along tbe sides of the
ravines will most probably be through rock on a
steep hill-eide and therefor very expensive, perhaps
three times as much as cutting through rock on
level ground would be. There would also, almost
inevitably, be long acqueducta to build and perhap 1
tunnels to cut, so tbat in any case tt must 6 an tut- uieir zuioo.uu w .v. -
pensive undertaking 1 The fact is important and acoor.Ji
la the prevent sui of oar knowledge, ef tU
ground to l traversed. It would te fLlly to make
aay formal apprupriatioa for the parpoasj of eess
tneocln j the w.jrk. as any rnch apptviriaUcii woukl
fall infiuitely altort of the sum that would be rquiml
10 pvicple'e iL If tho Leislalure U appropriate m
ant cf aay $2. W0 t t. survey f the vattr-ooara
and country to b irrigate!, il iu rxt meeting it
may be In a position to take action upo it. rtaoh
sarvry would take perhaps three inontbe) to make,
and of course cannot be done in time loir the present
It it a difficult thing to form even aa approximate
estimate of the coat of such a work. w:tb the Im
perfect InfoiuiaUoa 1 have. B the siib)ect but.
judgiirg from past etnerietire of works tf .Al na-
lure, I would not expect it to be Use than $100,-
oon. ami tt tuigrtii be a great ueej more.
Ills very queetfouabie also, whether such a quan
tity of waier could be obtained tu the dry aeaaosj
aa wuuid. warrant the expenditure of a lube of the
above sum on iL Yk.no. W. U tcwdk.
lr. MslClt9llnss Iteply.
To the Jilitor of 04 racie (Wrterrt'.i jJtvrtlttr:
St a : la the last I3xtt I observe a paeudo
editorial article the real parentage of whloU la tos
ptlpible to be rnlstaken, tseaat as a withering reply
to my letter in jour issue of the IXHk InsL, la whiclt
some questions are propoaoJed, aad evidently a
reply n$Hcttd. ' This I hope to be able to give in a
satisfactory manner. I never nietnt at asserted ts
convey tlm idea that I bad any ' particular griev
ance." I carefully avoided making any charge, or
entering into perBoaalitieawhicb ts ettll my inten
tion I only meant to give a striking example of
affaire as they actually exis, whilst tne Lrgialatarw
was still ia session, in order that it might take some
action in the matter if it saw fit I did It as a duty
wbhh I considered I owed to a race alas now too fast"
pissing away, by whom I have been always wall.
1 aoj kindly treated, a reoble in whom I take the
. .' . . " f ... ,.,. 1
greatest itixercet, and tor wnom 1 nave piooapij uouw
j as much as the author of that cfluaioa. I cerUinlv
took tbe liberty fl trust in a rrrper wianuer) of
criticising the action of a Government official who
took upon himself not only without tbw sanction cf
his now few oolleagues ia tbe Board of Health, tho
responsibility of nullifying an Act, which I aa well ,
aware from my positron and opportunities, to have
done a great deal of good, and which might have
don much more if efficient! carried out. Without
wishing to adopt the tu aioqa " stjler arsfu
rmnt, I think I have son grounds for waytsg, tbat
there is a ifi wai-wi displayed Ju the following
sentence which are evident taent (a-east a alar on
myself, and impugn my molivtis, when be states that
my letter was not written, lu.tbe interest of tbe
suffering and afflict!;" and again. "But ara
not sure tbat the objects contemplated have, always
bad the valuable support sf the t'oetor ad his
friends." Such insinuation are so wholly unwr-,
rentable, ss to be on wort by cf notice.
Tb profound contempt for public opinion whka
tbe writer boasts of entertainiog, only tends wore
strongly to indicate to that pabjie its authorship.
He ends by charging toe personally with being
sponsible lor the, failure of ths Apt to Mitigate,"
to achieve all tbat might have been expected of it,
and benee tbat " the Act baa not worked satUfaclc-.'
rily, aud whatever its results may former' have
been, it has ceased to lute any good eflect now.
Vet no one knows better tbsn himself that my duties '
wheaMu charge of the Dispensary were clearly da
fined, vis., of giving my professional service, to such
parties as were brought there, by those on .whom that
duty devolved, aud reporting them to tbs proper
authontite in ease of non-attendance, Axo , all of
which I did to tbe letter. As wgards tbe diseased
family to which I referred in my letter, whoa sad
condition be insinuates as atti frwt,lli; to me because
I was then physician to tbe DUptbaary, and after
wards surgeon to the Queen's Hospital ba is well ,
aware that it was never any part of my doty to hunt
up such cases over ths islands, and even If I had
discovered a family similarly affected I bad no control
whatever over them under the la, and therefore
the assertion of tbe writer tbat ' ths whole machinery '
for stopping' the ravsjes of this dire discs was
under my control," is iilmply -untrue. I do not pre
sume to be a "censor of those in aathoritj," but
feeling strongly as I do that syphilis, tbat roost fatal
scourge to this nation, oan only be reached and eon
trolled by the strong arm of the law, andornpulaory
measures, vigorously enforced, I would Implore tb
present Legislature to take some active steps to
secure that end. ' ' R. McKiudin, Jr., M. D.
At the meeting of the Trustees of the Quean's ,
Hospital held on Saturday last, the following offioert
were elected for tbe ensuing year :
Treasurer, C. R. Bishop j 8oretary, F. A. 8cba.
fer ; Auditor, W. L. Green ; Executive Committee :
8. N. Castle, C. R. Bishop, F. A. BuLaefer, A. J.
Cartwrigbt, W. C. Parke.
The Vioe President appointed Messrs. J Mont
gomery, G. Rhodes and A. J. Cartwrigbt to act as
Visiting Committee during the third quarter.
Honolulu, June 20th, 1872.
To llie Ex. F. W. Hulchi$on, Minitter of the In
Sir: I have th honor f furnish this, th
twenty-sixth semi-annual report of tb Treasurer of.
th Queen's Hospital, showing- th receipt and dis
bursements during the half-year ending at this d at ;
and an estimate of tbe financial condition of th
corporation on th 1st proximo. Sine th 20th of
December last, I have received, as follows :
From par patients 4J4 00
Hawaiian Treasury, for paaeeuger sum! Ha
waiian aea men's taxes....... ,
Interior Uep't, hal. appropriation to April 1st
I -ate Honolulu I'ublio Hall donation
. 44 Oo
M contributors, for life membership.. ......
hale of stonrR. $70 1 old stores, aV., (9 40..
The treasurer (anil now due him)...
been as follows :
during the snm periolhav
Balance due the Treasurer Deo iioth, 18TI
Paid salary of physician aiz nunttis to lai Inst....
Wss;s of Purveyor and servants for six months
to 1st Inst
For provisions, medicines, furniture, bedding,
waahlnf, lijthls, fuel, colUne, ets,, for sis
. months to 1st inst
Estimated asset-for July 1st, 1872:
AnVl (anticipated) appropriation for three' jnoaths 1 1,000 0
Passenger and Hawaiian soanaen's ta
Iron 1 pay patients
- Estimated liabilities at tbe same tlm :
Am't now due the Treasurer.
4t - t ,kU . k.
peflrleiM-y Jaly 1st, 1ST3
Cras. R. BisBor, Treasurer.
Tbe following is a summary of tbo report of tb
. noNoi-txc, June 21, 1872.
To Vie Trust een of lite Qiet's Hoirp'dalCitKTlx
mkh:' Tbe total number of patients in tbo Hos
pital at present is 72, viz : 31 males and 24 females,
(Hawaiian) and 14 foreigners, (4 paying). Tbe
number of admissions 110, of thene I'i were males,
and 35 female, (natives) and IS foreigners. 15
males and one female. 307 new names bare been
entered in lb" books, and 2.353 prescriptions mad
up.. Dinchargrd hi, viz 2 58 males, and 29 females.
The greatest number was 74, tbe smallest !2. Tb
deaths have been 3 natives, end 3 foreigners. 4
males aod 2 females. 2 from puKnonary consump
tion, 1 from dropsy, 1 from pyo mia, 1 trom typhoid
fever, and 1 from general debility. Contrasted
with , last quarter the figures utands thus : admis
sions 110 against 89, new names wntered In th
books 307 against 279, prescriptions made up 2
353 against 1.948, discharged 87 against 72. Dur
ing the first six months of this year the admissions
have been 199, viz : 171 natives and 28 foreigners,
against 125 of last year, vir: 95 natives, and SO
foreigners. The operations during the quarter bar
been 1 amputation of leg, 1 amputation of toe, 3
for removal of tumors, I for plymosis, and 1 for
fistula in ano.
Robert McKnmix, Jr., M. D.
Surgeon. to Queen's Hospital.
There are in New York city about 5000 con
firmed users of opium' in its various forms of
sulphate of morphia, laudanum, and crude root.
The ranks of' these inebriate embrace all passes
of society, from the l.wlj of Fifth Avenue to John
Chinaman of Baxter street. The drug is sold bj
many respectable druggists over the counter,' '
without a physician's prescription, but its a gen
eral thing only to known ana regular cxU)f-' .
who have become thoroughly mod ioj.t
' A correspondent of the ntf. who reporUd .
on a former occasion tb insoleraoo and persecu-
tions practiced on Christian in Japan, announce
that the Imperial Owternment ha issued lordsra
which, if obe-r, will jprt .CrlsUamty and iU
nrjfrtvav fair show in the Empire, W be thai
ttil ha been brought about by the ohservaUor
influence) of. the Japanese Ibaasj