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STEWART CARRICK & CO.
ilERCHAXIS & C0H2HSSI0N AGE2JTS.
AJ ft gwuhiia, Laa-. LOlJ: E. C tM jvT m
WILLIAMS, BL AN CHARD & CO.,
Shipping t Cocimlion Merchant,
Nat. I Ctrrai Hrwl.
Lil u ft BASCICO.
A. P. EVERETT. ' .
4U rKuST STIEKT, COkMK CLAY.
A St FRAXCIM'O.
PsrrTm'ar art-v.titJO p.kt to Cxnijfont of I itrxJ Prrtuce.
n. W.' SEVERANCE A CO.,
riijin issiio.if .unit c it ax ts,
: Cror W Ctoy 4. IAN TKC1no.
Wa. Cuaan v, -
fr!U nd, V.
! ; . ; CORBITT & 2IACLEAY, " :
Importf rs, iTholtsale Grocers and ;
Co m initio ii .llercliants,
Sliippr and Diieri of Oregon Produce. ;
MAX FRANCISCO i, .
nmr I14 CTalKarala tlrr.
IS rrl,-4 H A 12 Flr.t l.
TT.' C. Rtn. E., Ihnk C:;fto; Vnr.t.cn
fim. diayj, K. rmtrient A. f . A F.r. m riin.r
1 in i'im A "... raael
Km,. LUl TiJtoo. IUnbr fjctt. Utrfoa
IUm U HritHtt Coiavdu Hurrl.ort, Oregon
Mnarv. U OaWiali A Co rorttanrt. Orwa
;nrit, rlinj Co.. ..." PrUn.t Or-it
Mmr. 4 Ca. Baar - Hoooiul
TOI11.Y, - . v ;
YANKEE i NOTIONS x FANCY GOODS,
4 .". V MltHXEKV COOD-V
Wllte'Gbodf, Serfiuaery, Pociet Cutlery,
IKMtCRT. ZtTOTR WOOL. Ae., Ae. '
H '4 vino aRsiDEvf" Btrrnj ix the''
La ajftl la Aurop, aaj Ir.iat hi J;ret cowwooicatw.a ,
wiia rh aiifajtnr. w a oatiid to grt uoij 00 the
1 torn and tcUaeardU(i. ' ' '
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Oar Stock it the Largest; on the Pacific
4 " ' ' ' Coi, an-J w lnit ilia . ..
Eajaecial atttis fllo'solala Merchant
t i ; t . tit aa aiaaua t tb aaat.
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rsrtieular atMntioa girn to Orter. .
, ..... , -. .. TOBlXj DAVIS04X . CO. .
t Cmvitt iur A Pamoaw Btres, ' J
4. -- '. r ta PraiirfM-. Cln.
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. ' "FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
Shlnpio Comialssloa lercbants,
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Agents of Pacific Barrel fJidKr Company. ;
rrala trf gad Sarrct ShaoLf ta mj Qatotltj j
Mmni. BUhfT A Ci.....,...,.,......,-..,H-iiolaI
Meiart. Ca A Cx,e..... .......f Honolulu
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mm. WiMiS, 1 . w. c. tiruroci,
. . I'oaal. JUfnaot k-ao Vraucisco.
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Forwardib? and Commission Merchants, ;
c7 .Jrl-l I
paid -la' Ceasfcnatnts af.
ilaad Pfdac. I ''
j. r. iimjiu
iorn m caacts
i h . SIERRI.IsL & Co.,
Coramission '.Herehanta: and . Auctioneer
. m .-., ' AV . - A -1 aa af. . ' J j'. I
and 204 CaKfornia Street
rt n JP rri n
c i k r o
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' San Francisco' and, 'Honolulu Packets.
Parttaalaract4atl0ocia a tad aato a art pra of or
(imtiM.ihtK Iwnln i,up I illuvi. neotUna
'cAasf. A. '
Xr all rrWt inlrtnf at Saa Franelaeo, hy or to the Ho-,
antula Li" of rackets, wtilfcefurwar lea rr oanwio.
tj- ZzcitAO( on llooolalo bouLt aod od. '
Jttara. C. I RAchaaU Co...... ...Banoliila
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BUhnp A Co " . -.
11m t.H. anra M
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Tl OXoOi'iilcoii Sc Oo., ;
.; . rORWARDOG A.D i
C O Jill I S I O .V II K R C II A H TS,
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, X,rtlnU, Oregon.
n AVI NO BEEXEXGACED IV OCR FRF.-'
Mnt butoM nr apwarda af year. sihI thir '
toiu4 taa tr proof brtcakaOdiof . aro prrparadto wdw :
aod diapoaaof Iuaa li(apla.aacaaaSuar,IUc.8vmpa,PaUi.
oT.-e. A.:., to a lanue. Cunalnraeut eapmaUy aolieited
t lh9 Orxi market, to which perwmal attetruoo wilt to paid,
a-t apoa !.ict oaaJ advance will b aa.l- wfcen ralr.J. .
8a Faascmro aaiacxr
Badger A LiDdenaorfar,. Ja. Patrick A Ca..
rrl. lie-v. W. T. Colnoao ft Co..
Itevtoa. Baker A Co.
. j , Poitui Raraaaarcar
aUea A Lewia. LadATtlcaa. Untwrd A Oreea
'. IIosnLtXt Riftaasoai
,9 ' Walaar A Alkeo. If
CASTLE & GOO KE.
FI2TEST BEOAT) CLOTH.
rinett Black Doeskins. West of England ;
Finest AIL "Wool Taney Tweeds, suitable
for Suamer Wear.
AISO, EXPECTED BY THE STEAMER,
" ; A SCPERIOR AfSORTME.NT OF TIIOtC
HEAVY PRINTED WOVEN LINEN DRILLS,
for Gent's and Boy's wear.
"VVliito Linen Duck!
FI5EJT AND MKDICM.
White Linen Duck, Heavy Cord.
Tie i.ove Ceed will be Said at tbe La a est Possi
' SnjtlH.-t I't the 0h
Just Received and Opened at
A. S. GLEGHQR.I & COS
FORT STREET STORE.
mnti tjt mir T vnMC T7PT T7FT
wun cbaua aawa,
DRESS & MANTLE SILKS,
! Wlr, B'.ck ami CV.
RICH BLACK MOIRE ANTIQUES!
A SPLEXDin LOT OK
READY-HADE BATISTE DRESSES,
MadV expressly for this climate,
IN POLONAISE ic DOLLY VARDEN.
Prettily linwbed and Warranted fat Colon.
Th' atttee lot cunrut ic comuJ vilk in Honolulu.
Another Clio ice Tirel
JOSEPHINE'S KID GtOVES
. la l.li'A. ChlKrfaV-A II .itraA ralor.
XT M E CAS WARRANT THESE THE riR3T CHOICE.
.A large orlmeiit of
French Gros Grain Ribbons
IU ALU COLOR AND WIDTHS.
The Sash 'lULLojii will surprise the most
Splendid Lot of Shawls !
Not to be equalled for Beauty of Design
and Quality. Will be sold Cheap . '
:i - to effect. speedy clearance.
' AX I MM ESSE ftt'ANTITT OP
COTTON & WOOLEN GOODS.
Clicnp Flannels I
Chcap Ulan kef s I
CSicnp Slicctinsrs !
Cheap Calicoes !
nm? A "D T?TrD"KTTQTIT"KTri finnTiQ I
wu-uxxx x uivuxuiiAnu vjuvw .
UooAh ISoilllt before tllC ?reat
A. S. CIaEGHORTT &, Co.
the lialance o istock o! Last bea-i
ds at a considerable Reduction in
price : it beincr A. S
C. & Co.'s intention to
- Every Season with Entirely -
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A Word in beason to our ratrons.
j. Goods arc uow steadilv on :the rise,
and it therefore behooves every ;one who
, desires; to procure . Draper- and - Cloth
ing of" every ' description on nsy terms, to.'
a 1.A n,t.kM rm. l.r -kA a a r a nr,r.i. ttt
take advantasje of the present opportunity.
and. mate their purchases af A. S..CLEU
I10RN 'ic CO.'S. :
A; S. CLEG HORN &. Co.
' Fort Street.
it' 4-'. 'j:
BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS !
TXT ST XircClSIV-IED !
EX D. C. MURRAY.
JTJOYS SCREWED CALF BOOTS.
Bars S-ree-d Calf Oxford Tie.
Bar Screwed Call Balauwrala.
Mlaaea Culf Balaaaral. (arrrwed)
Mea'a Calf Bnlmarali,(acrewrd)
ALSO, A ll.NE LI.NE0F
Alao, a futl Aeaortmeot wf
GENT'S CLOTHING !
SUPERIOR FURNISHING GOODS !
Wtich wUI be 8oU at prwri to Si
Ii lac Tlanr:
At M. Mel XER NY'S,
Cornrr ot Fort and Merchant Streets.
IJHOTOOR ATIIS TA K EX IN THE LATEST
I style and with all lh improvemenu lo the art, and
j A LtViTS 0- THE LOWEST TERMS!
FOR SALK PVt 'graph of ai the Kings, Qaeeic, Chief, and
other Important ptranaatea.
j ile, the Laryfit Variety ef Views. Cards Sterea-
arr.pkr, Ac, Ac, AT LOW PRICtS.
! Frame, Sl?rnccfp, rf-r.. Vhorr than- can Le
fouod at acy place in the city,
liaeiog ail the cnoreoietieea for doing oat door work.
Views or Residences, &c, will be taken
Peuer aod at Lovrr Pncea thaa by any other Oa'.lery in
the city. II. I-CH ASE.
Hawaiian Sole and Saddle Leather,
Warranted a Su-rioe fi.. 'ur Mle hv
iil liu H VIJiFR 4 ALI I.V.
ommcrr ial SDjfatrtisc r ;
SATl'IWA Y. SEPT. 7.
A Visit tojffaui No. 4.
it vir ow compoiii;M.
, Tlr-re are at Mkawaotwu unjKirUat InstiUiiioaa : cur political consequence. 'Now what Intelligent in
cf lemming, Leung j dividual, whose interests ai identiJie-1 with those of
b')AP.!LG schools iXiT. tors ANr f.ixix. ! these Lsliuids, without considering he question vt
Tln-y arc ituu-d ai-Lin about a mile ot mc!j ! rnfinthrorj, i 6t feel saddened at the decay cf a
other. 'aii with tat-ir eizcable white builiiinirs and J0UDS he rrcinue of, and not without
a lrs and .hnibberrT and cnlrira'd cTounti3
i4i:h !,l.'h ii.-v av aurrouiitletJ- fi.tin a riri.niiiU'n t '
fraiurf in llir invl-tCHf. lUescLowl Ivr 1.is
iKiilt-r the thiir-'e ol a Mr. Rdvaiiazb. fori:irl v ot
Hi o. .,fl hv iir A. ti. 'lhiir.uti. uod con-
Uit.i about twtulr voulLs, o-Uvei p:re and half-
Kliu-i. A luick luiui uiiu dairy am a Di:ot the
ttublij-Lmat. and tae boyit are larnrd that labar
in tb$ in-Tiable lot ot ail. and to regard it as a
duty to be p rtonm d witb pleasure rather thuii a
cur-Mj to If Lome coruplainingly. I barv Lrard
muaia pareui of cbildtfu intiraatiug that fan school
partook aouiewLat wt the chatacter cl a " iiotbeboya
Hall.'' inacmuch as the children were made u
aiutti tuiikpn. and do the like drucdry, and that
;bfy were- also made to catch aud drive and take
care of cattle. As to the lirtt, lWre i surely noth
ing degrading in the employment, and lb boys
would uol accomplish much in the w ay ol manag
ing cattie (an accomplishment Uiat might prove
useful iu alter lile) it they were not bi and rtrong
enough to take care ol theuinelve. lb g'rlf,
boarding rchool ia under the charga ol the lie v.
C. K. Andrew, aud contain 1 am told, about thirty-six
pupil!1. 1 did not viit the eialiLhrueut,
but wa told it ia in a flourishing condition. ,
In Uie course of iuy hortebacK rambler through
Li district, I followed a road thnt led up oiuim-tuiu-uards,
through pretty deiiM? woods of kukui
aud koa, with a thick uudergrowtb of guava aud
leriid and running vines. About a luilc .from the
m.'.iu road t came upon
AX OLD SAW-MILL, .
Lying deep in a circular gl-n. wild-looking and
pt'eturesque enough for poet s funcy. Vjai badevi
ieii?ly once on a lime, a good many centuries ago,
been the crater of a volcano, for the rocks on iu
-ide Mill chi i ied the unmi.-takable ti ace.x of ancient
hies. Uo one side of the fclcn wa the bed of a tor-
icut. now dry. and over it stood a long puiid.uiiis-
tbulched building wi.ua huge waiei-wueel by its
bide, now silent uud iiiotiunles, aud wilhiu on the
sliding frame was a twelve-fool log ol ko;. through
which the ctw that still hung iu il place had cut
several journeys and then cv.ied to make boards.
tor warn ol wtuer. Near by iav fceveial immense
eineuut nl the iruuks ot wliilom iorils ol tne lor
ebt, liM covered and mouldy witb the accumula
tion!) of years, lielow the mill building were the
ruins of a number ot vats ot a long since abandoned
tannery. - Heaps of mouldering aawdust, piles of
wedtLcr-hLiined chips aud brokeu bark lay Mattered
about. One or two broken cart wheels and an ox
yoke, with some liuks of an ox chuia- lay in one
corner. All was gloomy and bileutwbeiu once was
(he busy scene 01 euleipiiae, thrift, and cheerful
l.ibor. Hut the old mill it uot so very old alter all
something over a dozen years old having elapsed
since it was la the lull tide 01 auccessml experiment.
: The oiigioal owners have long since abandoned the
; tumber business for more profitable pursuits, and
. now a party o( those patient, slow and sure people,
: the Chinese, have tMinattod In the glen, and are busy
; making koa chesu wilti their antique looking tools,
. surrounded by native women and almond-eyed half-
whiles, quietly waiting as they told me. for the
, rainy reason to coine w heu they would .set the old
saw ago.ng once more Thns are these Asiatics
. every wuere lu.o..Ku..i .- ...u ..vu.uS
1 ailV,a."tiail UUU iur iidUPiiuu, 'A jj ivumj nr
dustry making a piofit where the others canuotget
: ' HVOAU IS K1XO
Most emphatically, throughout Maui. F.very other
pursuit or occupation by foreigners is iu one way
or another depetidaut oil sugar, and it affects the
natives by altructiug theui Irom the avocutions
u.-ually pursued in other ( arts of the islands and
tying lb em up to plantation contracts. Without
uiscusMug the good or evil ol such a condition of
tilling, 1 am simply fctuling the lact. The natives
Ciuite neglect and ueseit their owu nouses and Ku-
(eanas, which are seen in all s'agea ol rum ana Ui
iapidaiion, while the owner and his wile are away
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a riiajiution. The reilt of this monopoly ot labor
by the plantations is that it Is exuemely didloult
to Lire any oouy lor a cnance jou, wneie lonueriy
the men were to be had iu plenty. House sej-vunis
are scarce aud demand higii wages, iu the streets
ol W'ailuku or about Mdkawuo, one mioses the
small seller ol produce of vegetables, fowls, eggs,
fruii and in fact the natives pay but very little at
tention to raining anjthitig to hell, for they ate all
busy raising cane for the foreigner. Poi comes in
jjaiui lroni long distanced, (except the supply to
the plantations iroui Mr. Armstrong's poi mid) and
potatoes are brought from -Kiila,'7 twenty-live
miles away, where there are no plantations. There
is no cabbage, salad, l adithes, or other gardeji
sass,?'. to be had, exeept what the planters grow lor
themselves in their own kitchen gardens. Fresh
fcsh, beyond the repulsive Jyoking squid, is a great
r,.iii In romintf Chinanun will mob-
ablv hunnly all these wantx. but the native ol the
I soil, ho long as he lasts, will . continue to be the
: MlbjeCt of King isngar. '
! Jieverting to a subject .touched ni)oo. iu my last
the large extent ot valuable Jands lyiug wa-te in
' this section for th wantof water I am constrained
to believe that they jj.ua be bioughl under culti
' vation ere long. '.Here is room lor
! A IX) it5 PLANTATIONS,
Within a radius of a few miles, that would represent
; an active capital of about a million of dollars, and
I cive employment to between 8000 and 4000 men.
t But the grand opportunity is not improved, and the
; beaatiful lands lie idle, all for the want of apprecia
j tion on the part of those at the head cf government,
i In the case of Japan, we rememter, it was strongly
urged by some, a few years ago, that she had no
i right to keep up her system of non-intercourse with
i the civilized world that she ought to be compelled
I to open her ports to foreign commerce. Similarly,
j on a more circumscribed scale, it may be asked what
i right have we. by our stupid, dog-in-the-manger
t policy, to keep these rich sugar lands of 3taui, that
ought to be producing from COOO to 10,000 tons of
tuuar a year. in the condition or a Darren waste?
fifteen miles only of acqueduct arc acquired to
briDg the water from the gulch of Jlalehaku, on the
cast side of llaleakala, down on to the rolling plains
of Makanao; and thence to " the commons," is easy
enough, and will Le inexpensive. Suppose this now
droutby region was in California, aud gold was dis
covered ia pnyiug quantities, how long, think you it
would be before the miners would lead the water
there from the mountain ? And I am confident that
the men and the means will be forthcoming ere long
to accomplish this enterprise.
Dut then, when we Lave more plantations, we
GREAT DEAL MO EE LABOR
i To carry them on than can be obtained in the Islands.
Any considerable proposed Snorease in our agricul
tural enterprises, brings as face to face with the
labor question. Where are we to look for laborers 7
Various are tho ideas expressed on this point, but it
seems, oa tbe whole, that opinion preponderates in
favor of Japan as a source of supply. About all j
who have tried them fairly, agree that tbe Japs, are !
patient, industrious, and reasonable men on a plan- '
tatkm. At borne, they are essentially an agricultural ;
people. They are of a coenate race with the Hawai- ,
ian, and affiliate very well. At all events, they are :
reieraDie to the class or Lninese that emigrate. ; may Lope to nnd a home; and moreover, our native
'rcper measures taken on the part of this govern- j Sovereign, or rather, his recognized political conse
ment, would doubtless secure for our planters all ! quence, is pleasing to the Asiatic Potentate; hence it
the Japanese we shall need, who would ooine here in would be important in our diplomacy in Japan, to
! an undoubted legal manner, under tbe sanction and
supervision of their own enlightened and liberal
government. I heard of one planter whose hobby :
was to get immigrants from the North of Europe, to
raie crops oo shares. Some one observed to him
that in a few years those plodders of Teutonic race
would own bis plantation. Very well," was his
reply : "I shall be content for it to turn out in that
j way, for while they are earring my plantation, I
! shall make my own pile, and te willing to retire."
! Sound, was be not t Impkimattb.
FOR SALE 0E LEASE
OX FAVORABLE TERMS THE ,.-,
HOL'bE aud LuT oo Lipoa Airtet, Kapaiania.
lately occupiol by Leooard UitcbeJL lor par- j
ticulara apply to the undcra gned VV. C. JOSKS. j
FOE SALE OR RENT. '
THE DKSIRABI.K DWF.LUXG Or?E j
latety occupied by C. H. LKWER5, artuated on Knkat I
ttrret. for Daruculan eaiaire of
Ju9 U LAWCit? A DICKSON.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
THE PROPRIETOR WILL. SPARE
no piina to make tbia
ELEGANT HOTEL FIRST-CLASS
io every parUcnlar.
R00.MS CIS CE HID BT THE XICHT OS WEEK !
with or aithoct board. ..
HALL AXn LAROE ROOMS TO LET FOR
'uJi PfRMf rKriSO. op. fciKTII. 'f
pWill-n ? P. t JvWrl 1 j. F
Mb. Luitor You and all other inteliint foreign
rea4tnt4 l tli is Kingdom auliaot luult that i n
d.c&te in the above caption a subject, tLat fur tLZs
Archipelago, is peranum at to uU vt&era. It is so it- I
ganled by our enlightened SuTereign, who urged in j
ttt gtxecli iron: tba throne, befora the Legislature rf !
1 S.-fcieasurcs for the r-peopi:n cf the rtataL : - '
The next census will UiseluM a notable decline iu '
our nntubeni. and we aiugt feel a et-:bU decline in
, t!ie bilii fur Ct prosperity. y .... t
duioa ( ku in-leptaient IVJvnesian Stare? Or dj j
we Luervij wiit to sec the present political -order j
. " fn-eO out." t
be repltced ty a prwcssui.ar a- (
' tur:ty exerci.-ed oer u as . aa appanage f ft d.sUat
i u iut n: i u v, .u, u,c.
are vala. The American annexaiiunibt, in particular, j
has little or no ground for hi hope. If it 'were not '
! na rnsuif aad iraoa to an bereditary nd trearr
sotttsitied Sovereign h discuss here the question of ;
political surrender, we would toon discover that our .
discussion was Tain, At-d oar proffer f poUtitfal -ad-
hasten -duregarded by-the Government of the great
leoj,le into a hose political existence we would beg
Co znerze our own. , It wooid not bei re to say, thai
tLe American Government wotiM' not, under ' any
circumstances, consent to , the annexation of the
Sandwich IslinJs; but I ain sure that it will not cow
. . . . iji .
p oi ii fj, er try iy uiuiKuce py n , ji
action, any such political result. Then "why should
any of us, subjects os residents of independent, rec
ognized Hawaii, assume the attitude of a Fijian or a
bamoaa, and crave ome.losterIug political tutelage
to supply our lack of enterprise.
We are perhaps, many of us foreigners, not in
such happy conditions as we may buve honed for in
' cur" own lands; but since we are here, it better t
I identify ouveltl heartily tita the country, to take
root and grow, 'than to complain, and dawdle away
I life in the hope of a return to buiier lands and scenes,
! for whtch'we may have lost our adaptation. Why not
j strive to be Fcnjething here, and we can be by trying
I to make our little state prosperous and glorious. I
know tbt we are twitted about cur' littleness; aftd
many a weak miuded resident joins with the facetious
stranger iu jocular comment upon the paucity of our
pjliticiu significance. I daro s:iy that ancient imp
i Persia twitted Athens for being such a miniature
str.te; but the Athenian spirit wis worth more than
a globe full of I ersi a ' : - .1"
, Perhaps our littleness is more in our souls than in
our' territory. Hut I will iioC ttiiuk 6. We have a
culture here to compare favorably with the Lighest
condition of etlightenment 1 elsewhere: ' ' And why
! should it not be our aim to contribute every cQort
j ana innuence 10 ma.e our political, as wt-ti as our
social condition, respectable. Why not unite to
' , , A . . .1.- .,
labor and strive so well, and 0 grandly, in the
development of our interesting Pacific State that if
a jxjlitical change must come it may be, as it
is said by the Poet about Death in. respect to the
Roman, that America or any other country may be
" proud to take us." .
We need many more people in these Islands. The
harvest might be mighty, but the laborers are too
few. The traces of a once vast host of souls thow
from the sea to the. summits of there isles. There
are islands no bigger than some of these, and with
t Q beuer physical conditions, that support more
j tj,an a million f people. Wa might have, or ought
,B uaTe mt some future day, a popnl itiooof millions.
j a r,, m U hv aUnni.1 -n .i; m,t inrmr
nor niore fertlle tuan 0aUu support more than one
mmioa of people.. The, former as well as the latter,
has ita ruggwt broken, mountain 'satf ace, but its
Bwaruiillg lerriiee aud m the Lill8 t0 their
t The soil that we would rejeet. the Balinese
; rejoSce jn ftnd bj the economical distribution of the
; yjjy lull
at falls upon their island make productive
every foot of its surfaoe. .--
Of course water. And its distribution, must be a
condition precedent to all ouf schemes for population;
and this subject requires an especial consideration.
'lhere is. Santa Crux, not bigger, nor Jbetter by
nature than Lanai, that can boast of its hundred
thousand souls; whilst our Lanai has only ten thou
sand sheep, aud oould not, nor could Santa Cruz,
support the half of one hundred thousand sheep.
Our tropic islands could support more men thau
sheep, and I would rather breed men than sheep.
Five hundred thousand sheep would overstock us;
but we could never be overstocked by men; they.
j however many, could create more than their needs,
1 their increase could multiply our markets, and their
I expansion would extend the' area of husbandry
, beyond the limits of the isles to the remotest seas,
i Now our situation beiug tropieal, we need tropioal
. men to work. The European could not permanently
j supply all the needs of labor in our latitudes; but
the European's superior capacity for erganucatiod
i will of course always be needed. None of the condi
tions of the country are favorable for individual
settlement. The single handed Europe-in emigrant
cmfiud no such opportunities iu these islands as in
the well watered woodlands and prairiesof America,.
Our, tsfrHfrryis mostly held .by a few prdprietprs, in
large districts'. These districts running from the sea
to the mountain tops, are composed of dry beach
slopes, fertile valleys and benches, and wooded 1
uptar.ue, wnicn cannot oe prontamy Beparateu ana i
ii a.v . i t
cut up into sections &o mat ncitner tne uovern- j
I inent nor private individuals-have any appreciable
jn'riiiru i tci i nvr v tu uut i iv itruji inc cuLiictuvrti i.
! of farmers wilb small meansl - We must develop the
! islands with organized labor on large domains, and
' tht l.ibor must be mainly tropicil: : ' '
I We ought to find here, all the labor for the imme-
' lUto needs of our plantations and other industries, j
; We hae perhaps not less than five thousand avail-
able, unemployed, or at any rate non-Hboring j
: native male adults who have physical ability and ;
( intelligence, nnd apparently need the wages that are
waiting for them; but this need is only apparent. 1
They can secure subsistence . almost without labor, j
They cn live' cheaper than any other people iu the i
world; and are just as willing to shirk the bending I
j of their backs and the dirtying of their hands, as j
j the foreigner, who ha? a chance to eke out gratuit- j
; ously a loaSng existence. We might, and we do f
! stimulate the industry of the Hawaiian : but be is i
J naturally proud to exercise it in an independent
j manner. He, like every other laborer, prelers a job,
i to be worked out at his convenience, rather than the
' unremitting routine of gang work. The feudal
restraint that once would have bound him to labor
has not been replaced by any training or discipline,
(o 8limuiat his productiveness. So that the Hawoi.
ian canuot be hired to woik, as now nee.le.1, on i
. . . I .. . i :r . i i - 1
i:aniaiious or ruueues, nun n we rvouiu compete iu j
the production of sugar, aud other great, staples
which is our obvious interest, we must look to other
sources than home for our supply of tropical labor.
What could we not do with an abundant supply of
workiugroen, hired upon economic terms. Jiut how
cheap must be our labor T It will be only cheap to
the couutry, when we are liberal to that extent, that
laborers are not only willing to come, but contented
to stay. Now for the country to which we must look,
that has a surplus of the kind of people that we
want, and the one most likely to supply our immedi
ate needs for labor, is undoubtedly Japan.
.This . interesting couutry jat wakened up. to a
desire to move onward In .he march of civilization,
proposes not only to send, as she is now sending, her
sous abroad to be taught aud trained as scholars,
artiste, engineers, and diplomats, but also as arti
sans and skilled laborers, and no country offers such
interesting political conditions for the trial of such
experiments aa ours Japan we see, is careful of
her children; she will not consent to let them go to
be merely harried with drudgery in such lands as
Peru and Cuba, and she has reason to dread for
their eakes the . anti-coolie prejudice againEt all
Asiatics in ' America; but in Hawaii, the Japanese
impress on Japanese statesmen the permanence of
our native royal dynasty, if we would hope to stimu
late a beneficent flow of Japanese emigration. And
f D "'J
: obtain the few hundreds of laborers to meet the
! present need, whick, by the terms of the late iropor
i tant treaty, we may count upon obtaining; but to
establish a bond of sympathy and reciprocal inter
I course that shall make of Japan a permanent cur-
sery for Hawaii.
i It is a nursery of men that we want to make us a
j State; but we ought not to look altogether to a Mon-
golian source, if we would hope to preserve for
! Hawaii ber identity. I look for people after eupply
j ing the immediate needs of labor to another aud a
t kindred stock; to the swarming Archipe'agian Live
i from whence Polynesia was peopled. This stream of
j humanity may flow once more into its ancient chan
j nels; and Hawaii's hope for population, that shall
! fill her bordere. lies in Malaysia. TVeltetredex.
I FORBID ALL PERSONS TRUSTING
CHAliLti IIOWAKU ia the uame of Squire 4r Uo ward,
or in toy name, a I will pay no debt to contracted hereafter
. by him. All persona having claim against the firm of Squires
j a Howard, will I. lease present them lo the UDdersigce.1 for
i pajni'-i.t, on or before the 27th of Jauoary, 1ST3, or U:ey will
be forever tarred.
W aulna, AoKuat i4:h. 1S72
THE PROPERTY SITUATED AT 63J
tbe fnot ot MAbUKl VALLEY near Funahoo. iXj?
conuiniog FOL K. ACREdOF LAND, ooe-third -
b-.ing Kalo Land nnder ciltivatiun. A 6UOD COTTAGE con
taining four room Cock linusc. Fowl Hoose, Ao., oo the
premue. Two stream of water ran through the land. For
I further particulars. injnire rf W. G. WOOIET,
' u4-;aj l irir. uf J. M Ojt i, C,t . ?ai'.Traker
Q. RKTEK 4 Co.
C. I.REWKU 4 Co-
BREAD AND BUTTER,
sal" ti' ij y
C. BE.KWKE A Cta.
i i i.
C. B HE WES A Co.
CARTS.' Horse" and8 Hand, '
S A IV E
U. fcREWER i, Ca.
COPPER PAINT, t
C. EHE1TE2 A Co.
,v - . '. -"
C. BRCW'KB A Co.
IIOR SALE BV
O It ft A L K
C. LReWERA Co.
- GUNNY BAGS,
O B, SAL R B T
C: BREWETt St Co.
SALE It X ; ' t
C. tlREWER if Co.
HOR HA L E
C. RKEWEIt A- Co.
' ASH. SPRUCE & OAK PLANK,
FOR SALE BY
C. BRKtVKR A Co.
PLOWS, all Styles,
s a lib, b rjr j
C. EKKWEB ft Co.
PAILS, 3 Btoops,
S A L E B Y
C. BRKWER A Ca.
MANILA ROPE, all Eizei,
SALE B V
C. BREWER ft Co.,
STOVES, Asst'cl Sires,
O R SALE It Y
TAR & PITCH,
C. BREWER if Co.
C. BREWER A Co.
' OlTer T lor Sale,
X'MtttA tii J A.-r.- ;r. lu.i vxm
WHALE BOATS AND;B0AT STOCK
LIME AND CEMENT,
. 1 t I
. By Steamer .from San Francisco, .
Brand's Eoinb Lances.
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED. EXECUTORS OF
the Will of the late K. MOFF1TT, will c-iOe to le aold at
Public Auction, ia Auguat next, if not previously duposed of
at private tale,
TOE ESTATE OF KAIIURU POINT,
On Oaha, coniitting of Fine Grazing Land, about 800 bead or
Imported Cattle, 40 Homea. and a arnall flock of choice 8heep.
There ia an excellent dwelling Louie with out houca anl fur
The paddock and pena for dividing the atock are onuauatly
complete and extetixive. There i a Wool Hbed Woo Prem,
and every requisite for carrying on the Ranch without farther
or further particular, apply to VT. GR.ES. or
,p20-tf A. S. CLKQHORS.
W ELL CURED ISLAND HA T
at ONS AND A HALT CENT PER
jy8 3m JCPD k LATTOS'8
PUBLIC NOTICE !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
chaaed all the Cattle running on the Smffln and all other
Kula Land of Kaat Maoi, hereby forbid all pertooa, nnder
penalty of being proceeded against at law, from purchasing,
driviDg or branding any of aaid cattle.
T- Th, fnimwinir ia oar rrrnLereu wrsun, ,uu
all person are hereby warned against using or
Imitating the same.
Honolulu, March 19, 1872.
ARAN A k CO.
FOR SALE! '
D VIA SAN FRANCISCO.
J An invoice of Rcglish Saddles.
H. HACKFKLD A Co.
Riding Pants, Riding Pants.
CiENTLE.MEN WHO ARE FOND OFTHB
M beautiful and graceful exercise, call and see the splendid
Bedford Cord, the mot unliable material male for Hiding, at
ap4 J. KENYOS'S, Tailor. King St. Honolulu.
FOR SALE !
a THE PREMISES LATELT
Ficher, on Hotel Strt.
. I.nquil e of
i : a ' . ;
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Doo (fall kid, PaJ)o.tt. brtu and
' " rr.rud
POOR AXD GATE LATCHES.
ct, bro and Iron. ..... .
HOOKS Hook aiJd8upl liocki tad eyr. Kr and
Il.v.k. -HP'od fttspfra. ' ' '"' 4 '
BUTTS Irou, r.i aud kicw and wroafkt, iim 1
llinp,T and Strap, 4 to 1H Inchi
&aib Roller, aMortod braM aad treat -.
fearh Fttirarr, Window fprinr, .""r f t "
f t"; ' " .Ciaora, tab bid bed, braMtroii' and od J '
j A : Large; and-.Varied Assortment of,; Shoe Findings !
! ; Including Men'a and Boy's Lasts and Boot Trees, every kind of S?hoe Pegi and Nafis, Phauk Iroui
j SlVe'Sticka,ouldeV'sackj, Kuivea;4e.T&c.J. IiuIiijtt.'S tiiU-m'lf t.H M
i Also, Thompson's Hawaiian: Solo and Saddlo Leather !
.lu'iM't ill wrtil . - I U .: "
Ilridlc and Ilarnrvi liucklf, all !, llunrd, Ja( nned
Wooden Slitruix, Tinned aud Japanurd Kln. Iruu t U
I'liAMJI lltl.l IlUt.il UKIUIII A.ll IIAlit
W H IT E
ZINC AN D
Colbr,'uVyiamr'iotU,ljimplack', fiilty.trialt' and Wtihlnj.
AXLM naif (latrot and eomoioo,
i w t-.
HENRY .RIFtES. AND C.IRBINES. AND CARTRIOCES !
Ppikaa, Cut and Wrought,
nirUSHIiS,' of all sorts, a'good assortment. - GIjUK,' tle! 811(1
, , Rouphs and WasherA, galvanized nnd plain, from I 1-2 to 8 In.
' '' 1 A LA RdE1 AORTM ENT!OF Wk'ftOSEXS E'X'AMPS. Sc. Olll LANTERNS, -
AND TO ARRIVE PERSYREN; KEROSEHE OIL I
Our 6tock ia replenished by Ir very California Steamer,' and .Also by evei Sail Vessel frool Europo
and the Eastern United States. ' " ;
'' : ' ,.' ' : : j i,',. : . ': y I - : s sli m l j i i.-.-i ; ;
jT- Every effort will be made to give complete, atlafactloo to nil customers. . . . .
KEEPS CbiVsTA:TI.Yv6fv HA7, A, VMhli WJJfWbX. 0 ,
Plain; Flat and Cohgress Paper7, Ruled Congress Capwhite&blue,
Packet Poat. Commercial Letter, ' - Congreaa Lrttrrfreneh Overland Letter, . '
Packet Note, Comraercial Note, plaiuaru) ruled; Laillia' Note, plaia and ruled, white and lintodi
French Note, varioo BRUred paternr Mourning 'ote, and Jlill.-t I'ajar, .... . ,
Puckagef Initial Note Paper and Envelope. . Cap Account Cureenl Pajurr, 1 '
Commercial Letter, Account Cuiriejpt Paper,. ', Xlroad aud Long Dill Paper,' . .
Music Ruled raper. Slack Lioea, Ttaau Taper, Covrmmeni Cooimeriial, Letter, Not,' Billet aod Cloth Lined Jtaralnpea.
Br onze, Grlass 'aiid Faricy Iiali Staiids !
The Beat Inks in Black, Bine, Carmine. lied and VioM, Cap and Letter Copying Pp-r. Oiled Copyloc Sheet i.
Copying Rruauea, Babbiltoulan, Waahlngtoo, Meilallloa, Gillott't an Biaterhronk'a fHeei rVntTOnM Trtl
Quill Pent and Quills, Sealing Waa, Piper Fanra, Ruller, fatxr'a Pencila, Not. 1. 1, , and 4. warranifdj
r talier'aArtiat PcnciU, Fabcr'a Wax Crayona, Card Hoard, Ilrlalnl Board, Perforated Board, Graving Paper. Tinted Tlper, ,
Tracing Ppcr," Tracing Cl th, Rodger'a 8tetl Kranera, Woaleuholai'a l'ilH.tJjiOwy, 'J -.
A LARC E VARIETY OF BLA N K BOO ICS I
Piirhas: IWIsera, Joornala, Cash, ReoVrtTl. Waite. Index, Pcra. Latter, Trial Balancei, Invoice. Mrtr.orauJa aod PaJlBook,
Shipping and Money Receipt Bx.k, Note Book, Bill Receivable Bof.k. 7 t . ' j '
I - - A Largo Variety of C A MISS. Mechanical and Mental I - ?
Toy, an aawtment. Alphabet Blka, Toy Book, Fancy Paper Lanterns, Chriatata CaadUd
Traveling Writing Companion,-' '
H A.W A 1 IAN A N D ' A M
Mereoscop lereoaeopei. Photo Vlewa and
AND MAr OTI1KR' ARTICLES TOO
WE YORK STYLES OF. . FANC Y : PRII.TS (
; . JTJST RECEIVED BY
jIIXEST AND MEDIUM ENGLISH AND
----- nie oranr ciia, nwnuo auuij an ,
Finest Black Machine Eillr. alao, anaorted colon and number. New lot Urra A McNaoght'f, and Taylora Superior JJacblna
Spool Cotton, l4tlie' Irab IXje anl usie i nreat uauntwia, ivia aiiwq, . , t . ; , ; ' ; ;
Black, brown, alate and bun" Linen Holland, and eileli.a. '
A apleadid aaaortaient of Pearl Dee, Vcat and teal Ration. Fancy Neck Tie. Fin-wt Blaak Crape, neak and Eye,
Black Alpacaa. ail qualioe. Orey an l Rrown Mixed Alpaca. Black, brown, blue and scarlet Coburg, all quaUUra.
White and colored Brilliants, Fancy Piqueta, &C-, tc, ae , fcc. ...
.A-lso,' Expected by trie Steamer,
A LARGE ASST. OF MERCHANDISE SUITABLE W I
Consisting of :
XunNrCJ" G-VO.OX.Sw SUCH asi
Fancv Flannel. Frenrh Corseta, Silk tndershirts. IJte Thread Hose. Marseilles Quilla, Merino do.
F.nerwork Ba.ket Fancy Haid OinKhms. Manchester Whit. .
7 White .nd Brown Linen. Hem-Uitched Handkerchief., ladies ana gtats,
Finest Victoria Lawn, Grey Blanket, Whlta Crib Blanket.
. rm-rmn k VT ATT O Tin Chr-me and Pari Oren In Oil. 1, . and ii lb. t!nj tins F ranch
P A I'J A IN JL vJ J 1 O-" Yetlow Burnt aod Raw Cmber. Ballad and Ha Oil,
Castor and Neat Foot Oil, White Lead and Zinc, Carriage, Furniture and Coach Yarnfiu. ; -
(-.m . rr,x xxTTTl Cap, Letter and Note Paper. Envelopes. Faber's Drawing and Carpenter Pencil,
jij L illXV X ' J Gillott'a, Aaaterbrook's aod Washington Medallion pens.
H - TA-f tr -r)-p c Drawing Knlvei. MorJca Oauges, Hammer, Chisels, Table Cullery. Pocket
IvU V OCly. Cntlflry, Roger goo' makej 80 Needle, Seine Twine, Farrier Knives
and Hammer, fcmery Cloth, Best 4 In. English Belting. i , . ' .. J
JUST RECEIVED PER; ATLAS ; .
Burlap, Saddlery, Hoop Irsa, Br Iron, Tellow Ochre, rreach TelUw,
From TsTew York and San Francisco :
jllaars Axes. Ox Bows. II, H and la. Yokes, fqoara and Hexagen NuU. Spades, Sbovels, Tin Plata,
A fine assortment of Files op to 18 Inches, Brass and Iron acre w., Beit Leaf Aloe, Dog Chains. - r 'J . '. . ; T
it ax-TV- BEST GOLDEN GATE FLOUR,
F.f.I. TO TIIE Tic
" r- n
AM OJ A ?
ANP FOR ?ALE AT LOW ftATES.
OF SHELF HARDWARE.
! a TI T O Vi T Vi O - i . i i
Iron, from 1 to 4 In CapKotnl, br it Iron, fl t 4 lock t
1UW CttTruik,lOJr, t ;
BULTriUig aavt Chalu, Pum and rifvt M
Ima bosk aa4 , CloA kwoka, ltctr bmk, Caitala
' KXOlM lWr, od turtato.
t loOon; BrS 1 to 4 la.ibu ButU aad Uack n4. aisd.
Iland wa Mt M fliwr, a larr atx-rimml,
lliactett W all, eointr, hlf and laaip,
I If .-3pukCTr.ir, Irra and ftM, ru tanfldoaMo
1 i V.
and j.l.Kslj Mnlcan Omamrata, Mrxlran Ulrth.
3irB)J 'VTTB df fir MrlS au (t.U.
a . 1.
. ,XOS O. I. 8
RED LEAD X
tJ I: i.'...'lf I II I J
rirt-froor Paint, Boiled Mnl OU Md Turnlln.
aaaortrd. SPOKEA, SlIAKTsS Ae., Ac.
:U"n'I; l'J :'4r-l '1 1 i , .
Ship, Plain and Qalvaatanl.
Fish Hooks, Cod Xines !
Traveling Toilet Caiea,
E R I O A N. T OY FLA G-.S !
Phioirraph,'Chfimen, Checker Board, Dosilaoet, ' " - "j
aud Buxea, Aloooil,
' M'MEROI S TO SPECIF1. Ju
I f I '
I M !'
AMERICAN LONG CLOTH 9, FINEST BOW-
Drj furt Lead.
DOWSER'S KEROSENE OIL
-'. i".JV!-. 'I - i 1..
All k a yi iuui;Kr.
: .. r
l.aaariM ,t-i ii