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THOS. G. THKUM,
......... iff L' lilt KM l KM NOW
j-uj l'- may onLdmtly commit the exprv.ioii ot
i . . their i-l.-six. I'..r nuch individual uwv n-nv le
n M...wU. U. . Ill Hr n.ui i WXORAVKR N COI.U.SILVKR. BRASS,
kilt jr. M.tl i
vr ! r-'I'l. ! h IV ! nw.'l'UI'Vili1ilal..
p.ii hi cil,r uu.'. r..l-r- r.n.t ..j,e rjOfr tewai-..
iti tni .k ikuI ilf.
llfa rntn fa t ia-i- .! i l!e WiN .t. Ti.-te
r-t ctljnxc In prUf t;ar a." j-iol'-U liM T!
Ijc. Rnv frt r':ojiu r .Truer jjfiuj-
TJy 'f-tal 4ir'lifi-t fuf nu)fui-imi,
sod fcr--;1 1 ii V i4. U .!: ; i H a.k;ki -4.l
$.', )ur Uu Wj.ii'L hr.-u'il uO ul
, vrtnl am.ll !.- at Kr: - r f
The (l'r-'ii trnitli -nr hr-- Vn llth, lliwai-
In k'li h I. untW a, ttxm C'.u t Mid Ai nnn
.rk Mtnri'Unf, fn.ai in I ivv (rf NjU Jiluf I1U i
llib, .-; t.-rk t int H. -!:. tr.n raiKiwo tit
S t.fk, -w.lh .. ; ICl!. Af fNAO !ui t rin-., fr.
A U A IlULi UXjUU, a .
. K U IV A
yJT lji.-'ir jl:. Waha. fr. n K.l:'ii.
.) ir t'tinf, lmi, frut K'-lta anl Kau. Mwiu.
I l.-JVl.r r MrTTili. trjre. Ijr.u l-'liaiim. Mliu.
ft -h--? t.ir? Vank". t.Utk, term
I ifcrhr K-orrf Ana. LM.k"X fr"in Ij-it
j -tor Ki'iw., tr.ir; r.frviu llivaii ul Mini.
ll-IUw kr:rh Ijiriiir i;ig:ii, il ila Ur.m iMar
t. wrk liUi' L
I I fv!i Jnn . LDilw-rU fm W:nv V K'Joa, Kaaai.
II rcttx Mn kci'u. rar",lruu kai4iijk
II -hr Mry f Jii.i. irmn Xaair.. Mam.
1. . ba M'e b..ur, ltaarr.;r, 0 u-a fan
J'rno: n ri".'; Na.ifu l.;aiut.
Jl Am mt,'.p Lccj ex. R's:; 1'W 1a from liwtn.
:hr I I'am.v, Kyrv.1, root kooa A Kau, Hawaii.
'- b- cu"- ,l J'o!j' "". u "
frar Ka M m. li-. (t -m K.iiului. taoi.
I lv.hr fairy Moin. kuina, fr no 1 1 r-Hn , knu
l-r;,r l.nka. K m, (fni M"lia, taui
rs:r Kinu. Al.mhJli, fi'mi M.u, Iviuai.
1 1 .Thr I Um. Wali.i. f..io liiWn
H S:Ur ll;i-. ika. frx:j Nawii: will. Kan-a.
:---Ut Vr a. K-ili:4. fui kiXuao. Mi4'ai.
!. ;. V. Aii KU, Io4JI, fr-i Wtuiia
JV rrlK l try For. Wit, fr-mi llik, linw.i.
;.'H'riir J l u '.i, lu.JC fn ui Ka-uiakkai. M'.l'ikli.
17 hr kctni. fat-. dont Kjlialm, Jtauu
7 rar U'tt Uojf, J.m. from K" Ua.
17 Mcfc JLiabkawai, lk iun, Loin liana, liui.
10 kki K for K.thnlui. Maui,
in .Mrhr llaioe. Nika. .r Ni!ivi'J, Kani.
Iv pVdr kiiau, AbitilnUM, r Maliko. Mani.
hr ,MaTitttk3l, fakrkai, lur i'loa aod Kn'i.
f"rbr V tryk, KaUwa a. fc-r KnLuu. Mokai.
lUr(,r JnonilJ. Ilni, f-r Kannakaki, MokLI.
1 1 f-hr I.lilu. VV aba, Kou.
li jiaii kviiatm. fjr Maui anO Hawaii.
Ji Ar ainop IVvlyhm. tn;, ( r Jui.
1J J. hr It b Boy. Jun, k-n'i.
liH. hr Kr.iii .n.-. Iiut-.tt. i.r Walnlitt
li f.-hr I'aurilii. Ilf-ii. f.i !. Hawaii.
l:iclir M. hHWi. -i-jr. Kar.niiii, Mini.
i:,iL.r.r l.tT VM.k'r. I.iark, f-e lljoa, U'i.
.v . iir Ury til's, Jim, V-t VVaifi. Maui.
13 "-br Prlncr, lHauw, f k ua aud Kto, li v. jn.
IT o,-Ur Nioc .M'rrili. l.'ruuT. P-r Laluxit. .Mu..
1.-M..r Aere, Cxuhii. .r K'.tuU, liaaii.
l.V ffrhr J'ony. I..mlrt. fi.r KR3 ac W.irvn, Kui.
13 An wk b4 iirJ. Hjj', ir tb Arctic.
It Am kk Mtu.bikjir, tl.uu.'-r. Lr Nttaior IiUdJ
14 in bk t"l-r R Hnt.1. Mciirsor, l,r Orhotok !".
j.',?hr tVnoU, Koukitlii, t.r Laltaina. Maui.
li Setir l i.ry qun, kaina. f.-r IIajwUi, Kauai.
Ii C'br Ka Jl-u, larU, t.f Kahului. Mani.
1; is'kr I iiama, Kyncl.l, r ki.oa ami kiu. Ilr.-ui.
la rktl kuuui, Abuiki.U, ! Maliko, Nui.
t'oa Nnritlwn.l-f. Sr Itittif, ji'a thia r M.
l oa Miitnii-S hr l.ak.i, Ki t thi r w.
" ' "VKSSKI-S IX PORT.
Am mi.ai.imrv bti M . rr.!iij ?(ar, ltall ltf"
Brit bk L:(hUuot, 1 i, iluoaua, Aaailin or jcra.
flaw brt I'nwifl, nacrit.n.
A Mi hip Com t. Rr.es, li.ttit rgiof
i Ktroar nr ftmr Caioi, Hnr., Mbtkr. l-tt it-nton
lr HI., Wi : hl evl weaih- r to Statr.i ln.1 In aixty-bve
il.iy ; fmni lhr? to 1st 50 in tlie I'arif.e n forty-two da
witli a i-oiatant aucceaaioa ii jxlci from W lo X W itb, very
iih m. i ipg tHra kal vrf m.!eral. weAthar 1 1 villi;.
mht ot ino! wuihI-, th-u i:nat wimU ami c'nia f '
inri. making Ibc i-amf in fUilaa. IuUill S' i. km '
(J3 14' W i,l arerboar l A AiwUr:o,eaiuao. It waa blow- !
a txlc at Ilia time with a hieh xa idnomf t dkl nnt n
hu unoi h w. ..ten . crM il c...n to ,e bin. ;
tint he rtnk bmne-iuttrly
A Nrw LioMTirij' -K ni Axeitt .tiKi laToa Il.saoa.
WiMi6Tni, V.V., AprU 24 (. ft rll inCrm.ilion has i
k receiveii rrnro the Jiiw Gorerninrnf, that a rexc-uinc
light, tf the f-mrtb orrler. win be ahnwn frotn a l:chlhne to ;
he ereeted oo Aiwi Sarki Mxi hirbnr, ia the Province of ;
cn:Ka. m ami after lb nijcht of April l.l, from annaet f Min
rwe. Tlie temprnrylxctl light ali.i h baa been
rue. i e temp.rary.iixctj nut .. n baa been sliowa therw, I
m-. ..... ... .
i iict J'iKdiilicr Mt. 1470. w1U be di-TM.iinocU. Anori S'arVl
l.ijChlliouae w aituate.1 on the eaetern exirenaitT of Anori SarkL l
rtjiit. Jt iii b a ci''n white light, f the r.nirin .t.-r, i
hajf a aninnte of brin i t an.i Ha. k ii.nrrv.i, aiwt wn iiiu- !
imiwre ;i .a i-.rijiM. frin a buarirc of a.uth sa we-:t i
r ..ujI, l raat i north 7' west, ami will ba ttaraml on Ibe .
-thr .i? ixtwei u ih.w? bearu.r.. Tia total elevation t.f the
i:hi ab,. the ea will i- i(s! fret, and it raojre, rwibte from I causing mem to vote logemer wnn a soraewnai , put into operation, the late King having returned wafJ cone there came the abrogation of the Consti
. deek. wi., be abou, i.neen naatio.i m, : dihlrorortionate numW of Nobles whose inter- hhimt hiu ature the act for its repMl. ! tutiJa of Kamehameha III." Wo remember too
IMI'ORTs ;t were mainly thoe of the King hnuEclf. . We cannot eupport the proposition. Tho voice of j tlint nnme wcrc sr uotind at tlmt time na tn ninrirpst
Pirioi: u, Dtb.-lii I
Fmpt) Hirrria, Kmpty
laaks toT ii iairs.
naeea. Kcwrroira, Lilia CaOo, 6 ra. ka JloUowware. H .
ware. 7 bn.ila Woral Trava. a bnula Krooma. 9 hml Is Barrow !
Trvs. nesi. raintd Tnb. 4 I'low Ca.i.ng.. 15 Lndi. Car-'
fi a. tk .S . M a .. a.a . a. . 1 1
rime nwi us uu.aiiimin ol v i juun ifii. cm .utirnrt
TrJ cm llavrclwaatvi rtow Vrwtinr to K O Hall tt rVo ; 2 r
M.K u.xAr. 4cks Con.p a.is,iKrs Mtchea. 3 rrima. j
i bxs Juri.ture. 1.1 or bhl. I'ork. 5 balia M.itlrraaea. 1 re
M.i. is bo. Hid. r?5 He. Nail., so b. Soip, lb
.nSSiri? io MlaiVbt j
tdan.-h.oa fkf I nrnnare, i bt MjtMe.2 bxa Cnu.ite, ii :
r l.ohaters. SO OTeiora to J Brewer . Co & Chnrua, 1 t
er an.i i tmnk M.f i ?i.i.Uii.t iior. s iron i.iok-. u !
mwea i t Bmila lloilom wire, . bmlia LaUa, S boUK anu lb .
fkxn rurnit.ire, r. l.cu to Addreaa ; i pkjr. Mdae to J
Bmwn : Iitrak. U.-ef. rsV'i fork t- A J Csurtwriht ; 2U cs ; jr
J-auijior fa A force kl o C hw Iimi lo t V lleurk ;
i bis ani 1 bn.a Md.-. oo cs ou, ii bbu Saiu. loo bbu
R.i-.n. .lui ki-jn Na.ie.60 r MatcbH, Uo bodl. Iron, 7i c, 4
bM.ar.d jri.Ss Hardware. 1 bndl Whip.
. . . . . . . . tttz ,
t, . S.?.;?! 3.K.R.S
row K03 hXD Kt P-t Prince, May l )h II I Nolte, j
W.fc tM SrtuUreu, Mrs Merte, t uas Wall. II N Greenu-ll.
"T.crw l.aM.r.r .Nmi- M-rrin. May lOlh-Dr F W !
Ilutch.wio, K. J r Poet, and 3o deck. ;
' Fan Wiinwaao roar. Per KiUnra, May lllh VV C
Parke, i A Hasinjrr. M.-.rv t.innyer, II fionlr.n, J Bircb. I
Mraj wi:hta.ui. iiin. Mr. f w BiVkk-y, MrJ i,nTJ ;
4 deck. :
-Fo ..w,i17.! f"r1' Ki,,'Miy,.l::tI,--i' L i
fJreen, Mr. F W llutchwvn. Mum Il.icclir'U. 11 fir.l.jn. Mr. ;
w , . r. . ... -r it i. : . ... . .. ,
.tit, ikitu.. .iir Anoiugx, Jir jw.tnn, rcur, aiju a.iu,
ana lUJ aeca.
Faow Kost af Kac Per l'i1ania,Msy lltb Mr Poren. '
.m, wife ami ArsiWrcn. Mr Keiukuu. Mr Ki;, Mr Ahu, Mr s
ak B-hcp Wiu,.,. ;
f Faow Ktnrtri Per Ka JHoUMay lr.th A P Jones, J B
At!ierrou, Mrs s T Alexander and dj.njl.tpr. Tred Shurl and ;
iiark. ..,.. . -
Faow IIilo Per Mry Foarer, May loth E C. n.tr-heock. ;
Misa Lutma Lymau, au.r to dec. ;
' F-w ,k1c"-Vt JuAnita,v.vy icth-F. r loun-!
taw. w i;r.!e.
Pittoi Thu h In tlji city, ou WoJay ercnicc. May !
iid. ay ta uev. vr. iannnt. .nr. litis vivtom io j.m ,
Lrr.rriA M. Thcx, both of iin.,iiu. jr No car.u. ,
.. . r . :
In Ut.a city. May loth, to the wife oi Mr. A. s. BUtr, a j
ui t t.. c . - f ... ii : .... i A liiok .if niiblie interest in the nature if tho
rTurriiT.. iVoT;;"i- nJrr." ' : 1 . : . . , : upp.e. oi prvt,.o. u. u. , letting go the wheel and taking cover when
pc oa Piaak. a p.. lumber, n bndia Chun, u Plow ; rcpieseniauve Douy was a peuecuy logical conee- tjlC ejrect that the funds necessary for its execution ; threatened to board, was construed in a not very i
i?'!JT2.V'T qnoc f thU change. Those men who offered ' 8hal, frorn time to tirne. bo arrropriatel by the i mnlimonrarw Vrvhv mn, that i
a.i MMnrte a cn lotiorro, c.a Lnmneruu.o crai sa.t ; t,e purpos. of working for the interests ot the
ton. M.aci Coat, 2.9" . Mla Miiks. Hi l.hia Llea.U.J ot, 1 1
Ban., i rw rriiei. 2 214 hf bi.u fiiook., 1.727 i.f bids : .State, and in many iiiRtanccs probably with the
IteiuK I M Hoe".. 1 hht rHtrr. 25 e. Sheailiing, 2r Plow. I , ., . . ,r ...
e ami T bn-r r hir. S Barrow Trava. So c and 2 eoiu dear COnsClOUSllCl-S that their C'JortS WOuld bti
la thiaeitr. May 17ih. al Itippy ll.vne, Bfreianu .trcet, to ": vam u w tt ....... 1. v..u ...v wi ui
tbe swfe of t. J. Hayaekieo, a ow- King's immediate advisers, for the management
Chibc-h Cossk.:batiov The ereiuonj of con- : of ''"S questions.
secrating tbe Roman Catholic Church at Wailnku, : Th" mcn who BhlU retumctl for the different
Maui, took place ou Sun.Uy. My 4. and was wit- constituencies at the elections of 1874, are those
newod by a Urge concourse of people assembled i t whom the government will, in a large share
from all the land. Tlie Kigbt Kev. Dishop Mai- i 'm committed, and to them should the Ministry
jrret conductel the service. asi.teil by several j le able to look entirely for direction upon many
clergymen from Hawaii. Man! and Oahu. There of the important subjects which must come up iu
was aa unusually large attendance of foreigners, j next year session. Although some months have
attracted ia part to witness the irripair.g ceremonies. to elapse before it will be necessary to name these
and in part to show respect to the Kev. Abbe Leo-; representatives, there is the utmost need lor look
nore, the paMor of the new church, under who?e j ingaliead. The public should endeavor diligently
auspices it has been erected, l or nineteen years . to I)T11 jts decision as to what measures arc im
b has laboretl at Wailnku. with tbi object always '. pi)rtantt an(i wlial vio. of thcm it prepared to
in view. &nd has lived to wune the completion at tn. elections. With the r.rrxct of a
and consecration of a church, which, though not as ;
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these island, surpasses all ia archi- :
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r and neatness of design and sym-
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liberality of tlie residents of ai-:
some others in these UlandH. ?urpa.-s all ia archi-:
ux-try. To the
luku, without didUnction of creed
des his indebtedness for aid in constructing
edifice. The music for the occasion
and all present acknowledged tbat Wailnku has J
never been favored with better. Besides several i
sweet IV oi ale voices from TJodoIhIu and clsewbrre,
tbo Trench Commissioner aiPted with bis well
trained and powerful Toiee. The in-rvices will be
lone reinembered by all who were so fortunate
tn wifne?" thrn.-
V VMIsMk -VVVV-.vv
.S.lTl7:7.ir. -V.ll 17.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
Witl.in tic )-L wrt St wo ha v.- oen in clirola-
ti-.n " crtif.Mt.-4 of Ifj..-it"' iwicnl l.y the '
loiartnin of l iii.in? l r uic? .f twenty d lhir
f.u-li; and vth liar; l-e'-n infjrn3il that b"Ue have '
vn in i-irm'.nthm of th- dnomimti'-u of t?n
It :.(!! kttiwn thit we !u:vc r.lvavs 1 r,kc I
upon tli matter of the iu- f t'trtiStt.-s of '
Deposit with no wuill degir of u.-j ici-.n, and
......,;,.,i;,.ii.n;iiv Thp Trmwirv Ie-
y J JUt-ri '-"- J
Imm-nt l avs answered th oueMions, vitii
.,.w. r.r.v :,n.l rr.ir.rii'tv. thit t?. ifites were
I f '
wsnante.! Iy the i.roviiMjs of the 47yth .Svtion
. . ... -, . ,,,1
oi luc utvii vyre; e mijr io1'.i.j t
f -ree, so long as the o-rtiiieate wen is.u-d Xi.r
Mitus of not loss than ilfty doilars. The section
ailutlel to reads:
For thi Tnmcs of rror.iritiri: cnnTimience in
lr"inw mod exchange between the diBernt i.Ianls
. . . . .
of the Kingdom, it MiVd be lawful for the Minister
. r i . . n .i , vnti..n th rniiT anv puitpdl
, , j ?. .. . , ... 1.-. il.nr. fin. !
dolUrs, and to issue -iVrtlflcat of Ioposit thereof.
pivtL2e to tearer, on dciaaud, without intereL'
Our first acquaintance with thmc ccrliC-atet
: wnr wlien tliov were iruel of drnoininations of
tone hutlrod to live hundi-l d1! irw, jyahlo in
silver coin; next for tl; Panic amounts, payable
i in gold coin, and lastly when they were isrued
' fjr the sum of fifty dollars each. It was claiimil
; and nceeptcd tliat tliey were issued lor the con
: venience of the public, to eave lo(-s of time in
counting as well as the burdensome carriage of
biker. When the gold r-rtificate appeared t!ie
same excuses were made ty apply f hut with lees
force. One fiilinr feature of tle eertifh-sites
we have h-oii lately is that thy do not purport
to be payable in either gold or silver, as formerly.
What will be thie.t move?
Just what cxcme i
is to le given lor this last i"sue of iS and 10's,
w cannot say, f.r it will Tif doubt dej-end l.irg. ly
ujn the amount of ingi-nnity prR-ed ly the
maker of the exciiMr.
Our ability for guessing is not equal to the
ta.-k of deciding how this very convenient Section
479 of the (Vie is to be construed to meet the
r.-se.,t unnt of enoitalits : but we can rfifilv
sur-.thatn new light has been thrown ur-n i
the i;ge, and a new and more lUernI interprr ta
! tioii m:ule of the text, which will do duty until
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ruother of inventions calls for nnotln-r : until
whort, by a series of flank movemrnta the !
mis of 44 shin pliers" will carry th last
; lnemls ol 44 shin rlnptcrs will carry
stronghold of the hard coin advocate, and then
well, just what always follows tinkering
with currencies to relieve haul times.
: Wc have sounded the warning note, but are
powerless to act. A full, strong tide of public
; opinion must move for a remedy.
Tnr. t ot r-iTAT which nhrnalied the earlier
reign of Karaehameha V., has ever since its
occurrence Iwii tlie subject of much discussion,
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which perliajM all its merits and all Its fail! W
K.. r..,,l Th. l ... i
intent of a decree which so notably altered the
a . a. a
nature of our national Government may fairly be i
looked for in its results.
Judging from tnese re-
eults, we elioold say that it was neither more nor
less than a modified piece of Xojiole.illie policy.
lavaa.i. null r.a.i n cm ia t i ncrnv inn inrnioiiTti i i inn nrr
"".r '" " J v.... . t
r r I, ,r ....i:....: I
" ...v.. ... vJ.
to ,of tl,e Mreh ,hilB9clf- TllC
"C I" aJ r wade rs.rtlyK.th a view
iy expediting the pinccM) of leaiMative lmsin.w;
but it certainly had the result of checking tlie
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power which electors previOUely eXCrCISCl, by
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.Vw l,1IUV,l"c o'- JV v...u0licuou u.
ivnmenamena in., inai oi iwo separate nouses
uf 2iture with distinct and separate votes,
" . . '
n,i e shown that
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w wn,ulul"1' "J" 1 ,r" "c """"
A 1. . I I 1 a
tT-.'i iist ran vzni i v ii.
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tlieir services nibscciucntly as moiuberd ot the .
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ousc, uiu so in uiuhi coses uououcss witu
tbrtm away nut bVhe PUI'Tior force of rrrc-
tentative opinion against them, but by the hirge
... . i - i . . i ,
majority which might bo brought to oppose any
not ni r.rovcd bv tho 44 nerponal " rnvem-
KflCme OPProTC4 J 1,10 personal gOVCni-
power. Ana tnose people who might for-
nieily iiave instructeil their l.eprescntativca upon
fl,IMlf:oria wi.tc, tiCV conceived to be ininnrtmt
fpicstiona wuicii iney conccivea 10 ne Hupoitant,
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now lecoguizeu aa tue ouiy practical pian oeiore
them that of persuading members of the Minis-
try to their WdV of thinking.
'T r , . , r . f i-
"c "4 vul l .n. n,.,- nutr ui.-
aoccssion. were preparations for a virtual return
. . Tr:n,:T,l.fl the old Constitnf inn - Tlie
0 - prinCIJ-lCS 01 lte tilil A. ODStltUtlOn.. A tie
eelcbrated manifesto of 1kixce IxnAdlo prom-
ised wluit His Majesty has already made distinct j
sterol towards r-erfonuing : and, upon the due ,
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l . . r r i 1 1 : . . I.
"4 " dS
vm w." ..y.j .u.i.j nj'ii nuiiv-u .-
iwwn th Kin-? and two diKtinet f Ioiipck r.F Lonrls-
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lature. 1 he King appealed to the yoice of the
peoj le for bis election, and he appeals to public
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opinion lor guidance 111 niS COUree OI liOVCrnmciU.
The deliberate choice of a Ministry who at the
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time of their appointment were popularly ac-
.itcd as weli chosen, may I taken to prove
how thoroughly he intends to act upon the prin-
cipies he has declared.
It i. clear then, that the reT"nsibilitv of
ii is co.ar, 1110, mui tin. n. p. iisi 01 my 11
,. . n- - r .
directing the affairs of the nati.-u now rests to a
very considerable extent uynin the body of elect-
1 ors: and public opinion no longer relies solely j
unnn tlie more int.-lliVence of Ministers, or niwn
. . . . . . ' l ,
,,r Weihtv fintnei il natters of
consideration ut weighty financial matters, ot
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possible imrortant lorcign Ireatics, ol the cur- I
1 . . P
rcucy, of law-reform, of a positive 44 colony 'on
J . - .
. , imr.rtant Yrn Treatir of the cnr. I
hcarti!v t0 bc porx1 tw Indjvidauls will be
llcartuJ t0 nc nolxl ia najYiaQuw win pe
j found possessing the require! qualifications of
education and good sense, who, even at personal
inconvenience and expense, may make tho service
of their rot in try a Kicred duty, and t w!im tho !
,r i.xr.rienc""! n Lndinz tilOin-
iii.iuag - l and ;.rei.rd organization, dw
k n'.- of r-pin piwer in the House i just
Hich ao oitrnt a tL" cc-rrettoe-nB of tbeir oi-inionrf j
and ihc ahi.itv witJi which thy n-j-rewnt thnx j
ojiuLoos eha.l . ntitle them. .
JIajestv tii: King, as we are aiwured, baa j
jrr.iciously given to the Chief Justice hw per-
i:u'.rioi t- vi-it t!ie Unitcl Stat.-a. He will net !
. - however till all the business rending n ,
Court iJ complete. It may be wt-11 to remark j
here that the labors of the Chief Justice when be
lvn ahr.Ad. have been ouite as onerous as
UUl t;UtVUiV V UU1 If iu VUV W t a o
when at home, anu nis services cave rx-en vaiua- .
bio to the coTernment. The postal treaty may
.be cite-1 as an illutrati.in of bU buccthh, and ;
v .i : t.,. K.n .. ,oii.. ,r
cicuw; vi :
and a great tavitis: to the
"THE LAW TO MITIGATE."
Th C'ity ol t. Irmis, Missouri, has, it may be ',
- - - - - j
r. i,,Kr,.nv irx f-. f ann.
prf;on or nt lst the limitation and regulation
of the eo-called " s-rial evil." In several of the
American j'.mrnuls recently ernne to hand we find ,
relerencs to this regulation, more or less ad
versely criticising its operation. Th lioston
( 'oi,niuntreaih my : 44 The attempt which the
authorities of St. Louis have bceu making for
several years to grapple with, and if possible
mitigate and restrain, if not eradicate, the great
Kjcial evil of the world, by licensing and d.ctor-
ing a i-ertain number of houses of prostitution,
m-cuib to have faih-i of its object, as all attempts
to compromise with or license wickedness must,
and is calling out a 6tnng opposition." William i
1 f.!oyd Carrison treats the subject to a severe crit- .
1Ci'u, 1,1 Jnarpmoetu, tne ourueii oi iu ;
fcJrieturf-s however, bearing upon the nijuftiee ol
enforcing the law in relation to females only. :
Wi: have taken occasion in times past to criti- !
cic our own 44 Act to Mitigate," and have advo- :
cated its repeal, not by any moans that we did I
not appreciate the cravo importance of doing :
fomcthintr by legislation to initiate the evils and
. . r . . . .i
usenes arising from the breach of the seventh
c-nian.lioentf but leenHe we bad ample evi-
in iiv" iiui. iiiu i.ii iniii'1! in iii.oiii.iiTuiu iiiu
jnirpo'O for which it was enacted, and further
tint its operation in eome instanej'K led to tlie un-
J""'4W "ifr.ngemcnt of rnonal rights. The
Slativc .Wmbly of 1872 rele.1 the law.
i... . e hi . ii : i
dv u vinu oi i to 1 1 , it uiiijority iiooc voiie ,
J we have seen this exemplified more than once.
: Kliould be respited, an echo, as it was undoubt. whh t,u, JuJgp8 of (he s ri?me Cmirtf t,ip ,
edly, of the voice of the people. But while we , is fiuUe tlirercntt both in thcory of law an(i ,
. commend the action of the Assembly in this, we praclice. 'j-h(.re mu6t be throe to make a quo
. confess we did not foel that its work was accom- . rum the Unch Ja inClMnplete with le68t and the !
j plihed, when it adjourned without providing : smutty is entitled by law to demand as many, j
some substitute for the law rcpcoled, some ! Nop oau ono finalIv ., 0limnIptplv d(1 t!l dlltv or :
' remedy for the evil that is eating like a cancer
; into the verv life of this people. That there is an
intimate relationship between the diseases engen
dercd by the social evil and the leprosy, of which
: i i . i. . .i.. ,i .i
. . . " .
i be no doubt. In many ease, the one supplements
w,c OU! I the absence of the Chief Justice there can be no
This subject is undoubtedly one of the most.. . , .... ru T,.i. . i
.Hftlpnlf tn tri-.it that Inn ever Im-n LriHKThr before
a Legislature. The strongest supporters of tlie
i . j
lliOV re.OHoncu lliRl 111 11118 case mo C11U WOllia
. . .
lustifv the means. It is not true that a measure
I which the state of society and public opinion in
. 1oston or St. Jjaui9 wJ11 defftn., therefore to bo
(brtcarded in Honolulu, for the antecedent prop-
i oi.it ions are di ileren t
osuioiis .tro uuicrtiii.
' snii nre tl.ni tlie nres.iif liw slionld he n train
some urge tnac me piesciu law Biiouiu ne again
, tho expressed in the very dcciueu Legisla-
, tive in;ornv that yoted to repeal the law, is en
i tive nmioritv th
titIed t0 rcpect and consideration. Besides, the !
.v. j .
j Ikture adjourned without providing the
; means for carrying out the law, aud it therefore
..... .... .. ....
j stands virtually suspended and inoperative until a
j succeeding Legislature shall vote the necessary
Lr-gislature. There being no such appropriation,
t,je Jjiuister of the Interio
nterior would assume a grave
responsibility were he now to put tho law into
Within a year the Legislature will be again
; convened, when any proposed law may be passed
upon, but in the meantime the law of 1SC0 should
rest in abeyance. We have reason to espect that
an act calculated to take the place of the old one
a a s t . . S .a -
ana wnicu win meet tno requirements oi inc case
, oY T,rPf,cn
to find favor with all, will be drafted ;
refutation and. discussion early in the
! sewfion. Wc are of tho opinion that more good
can be accomplished by both the friends aud
: opj-onents of the present " Act to Mitigate " by
carefully considering the subject during the
: nrotn vrnr f K n Kv Hio .nffirnnTnflnl nf t l.o rrr
. j .v.-. ... " , . - j ...v-... v. ... j.v
: viious of a law so evidently repugnant to the
In Kngland, after a great deal of opposition, a
law has been enacted and now for some vears in
olcratiou identical in principle with our44 Act to
Mitigate," and this is what a lato number of the
London Lancet 6ays about it :
We have before us a letter addressed to the Home
Seci-eUry in support of the Contagious Diseases Act?
by leading members of the medical profession, copies
of which are at the present time being circulated for
the perusal and signature of meJical men generally.
' beneficial sanitary operation of the Acts now in force,
j t .... .
ul.wri n ba sluiwn tn nave reilaceo tl.i mnrcwrinni
form of disease by considerably more than one-half
in the districts where they are in operation, are
, . . ,. f ., n-ma
lv . .
Plymouth and DeveDport may be pointed to as show-
I ing the beneficial operation of the Contagious j
j Diseases Acts. In April, 18C5. there were in these;
j districts no less thau 100 prostitutes under fifteen, j
; and 'Ml under seventeen years of age; but ou the j
; oisi 01 icemoer wet taere was not one uauer niteen,
ana ouiy one unuer inNiaiii. curing iue past jeur
53 girls between the ages of thirteen and twenty-one.
.ra.4 s wa V -. K rtl J an iKaoa liotwifo TVCrVk TuC in " I
' " " " . , r , "J . . t for the laudable object of joining one's family, is !
! disease on the public hcAltb, the suffering it entails - . I
1 & . nfikinm nmrj Ihnn riihlie jir.in.nn m rnnv tn mn. .
anon lar!re numbers of innocent indiridinila. and the . . . .
. , ben felt that the needs of the country demanded
their friends, without having been subjected to the iL , J
operation of the Acts, and 6'J others were restored to ! the Presence hpr of "nportant an officer, yet,
their friends or placed in asylums, after being cured I wltbout RDJ tangible expression of dissent from
at the hospital. Thus the Acts are seen to be re- ! thc Publ,c' 1X9 a matter of courtesy, pure and sim
cfcunatoiy as well as prevenUve. The declarations j rle the rcfllicst grante-1.
cont:uned ia the letter to the Home Secretary are, ! aw
we firmly believe, based upon the most trustworthy
evidence. It would be too much to hope that these
wiU onvince a clas9 of people who persist in dissem-
intinK mischievous, false, or exaggerated statements;
we join heartily with the eminent members of j
profession wucse signatures are attached to the !
77 -7, J .1. , "
not fce mislcd fcy ,he c!amors onJ p,jU1i1Ces of a fic- t
tious opposition, nearly all the medical men in the
following towns have already signed the letter, vii.:
Southampton, Chelmsford, Northampton, Leaming-
tmi, nnd Rrifhton
i ..... .... ,. .. . I., ; !
ii - ii 1 1 tr I t l I it a o : r m 1 1 m jr i-mi u v
viui his intontion shortly toe abrvsvJ. for a time
tvnstaot aj..Uoation for a x of years to j
tLc Gf alar anj public bu.ine wbat-
; r,r.;.rthr. virtue of inda;-
aiij Vi.itl.fuln.j-B niurt inevitably wear upon
reiucc tilR por 0f b.,th boly and mind.
ifcial!y tviil this prove to be the result in a
trorical climate, where there ia &J recurring
change of seasons to invigorate the syetem. A
jew months say four or five devoted to fr-
eiza travel, with utter relaxation from the cares
of at intervals of about vo years, would j
be a just and reasonable indulg:nce for the Judgrt !
, t ,
probable that public opinion would absent without ,
cnvii it a Imw (X absence for th nurrtoses ';
. C K i
contemplatfd thould never he allowed to extend I I
j - i i .
btvodq a ceriain mnn oi time, sumcieni.iT siwri
to prevent anv trer nf a neglect or delav of the '
bueinet of the Court, or of parties litigant. .
Th nih of iiirri.v iritfi ?iiilcrrt well with
j other clase-CH of employees should be a goovl
' day's work for a go..! day'a wage," and if the.
pay is to continue during a holiday granted for .
i 1 to i j wiikiuui. uiu
r . : . l. r . I .t 1. ...I I t- . J 1 -
faTor. anj not a matter of course
Bat this j
n nnA weoV- o.,.r.rnmiif U in n enndlririii
financially, and never less than at tha present j
time. Li mt thrt (crlarieo of ofiicials during rro- r
longed absence from their posts of duty, and the ,
precedents in this regard created by the visits of j
the Chief Justice to the United States in 1SC4 and j
in lrtoO.nre ti le der.reeated. His Honor f.ll i
tnocc i,o r ur..fc Uu. ;
Ond his post something OVer tWo years, for which I
time ho received not only his full pay as Chief j
Justice, but a portion of the time an additional j
Hilary as Plenipotentiary.
And if the Chief can
do this, why not the Absociates, (as they have)
aud if the judges, why not th Ministers, and I
ttieir clerks, ami in lact all tne government :
officials, down to tide-waiters and constables. ;
There is a provision of law respecting absentee- j
iem of Ministers (Section 32 Civil Code) which !
reads thuB :
. KTery Minister shall reside and keep his office j
at the Seat of Government, and shall not leave the ;
kingdom during his continuance in office, except :
upon public business with which he may be charged ;
by the King.
By parity of reasoning, the principle here j
enunciated as to Ministers applicB to Judges, and
with vastly mre force. One Minister can with- i
out the slightest difficulty or inconvenience, either i
to himself or the public service, perform the du-
ties of two or morn ser.arnro Dir.nrt.mentrt. nnd i
! i r
j ... t j j ,
fill the place of two. Kvery citizen has the Con-
etitutional and legal right to free and prompt ac-
eeijs to the Conrrs of iostice in all matters civil
or cr5mimil and unJer nU wrfl organiatsd gin.ern.
menis tneso niruiB arc um uv un ui u imra
. ,- - Ulirw ,
i t a a i : t a a vja . a luuu b uii w titiiivi titaa va v. aura a, u
. .. 11 .. .. , ,
be Virtually none irom tiieiirst to ttie second;
: Appo(;iate jUHlic(tl for obvious reasons ; and thus j
; .. . hidioiarv. the country at lar.ee '
- ' J al ' ' - O
, -ii i ,. i l .,.! ,i :,.: k., !.,. 0U-
: iu uouuiuot.hiuiTi uj .wian.uwt.jo
1 rt. u:i t,..,.i t,,, ; r:, r.r u !
t ther0 u nmv muMe ,olicitude for the S
' neap future. We cnn Vemcmler when, in 1804, j
; w,ile an uneaRy feclinc Tervaded this community !
' e u t-rr
. Df 0OID1ng contingencies, the (, hief Justice gave a i
i- . i j i i j i u '
, eim,jar not,wot lntnded rturg nnd w,en bc .
; that lll8 IIonor w, .iwar0 of the comins event
and being too conscientious to sanction tho meas-
. . i vr
tire ana tOO loyal tllC person Ot tne llin2
to oppo(!c his revolutionary scheme, he yrith-
drcw for the tilue. After baving ( in nau.
i tieal parlance ) taken the lee helm of the
j Buip 0f state lor a valuable consideration this i
a sea I
! our present condition, both as a business comma
j nityand as a state, is unsatiefactory, not to say,
j one Gf jeopardy. Therefore it is a time when
i those who Imve shipped for all weathers .should
i either stand at their stations ready for any emer-
j gency, or take an honorable discharge, so that we
j may make up our complement of able men before
the storm overtakes us. Adapting Nelson's mot-
i to to our case, let ua insist that 44 Hawaii expects
; every man this day to do his duty. '
j We can in some sort appreciate, though it has
j not been our lot to experience, the arduous labor
j involved in making up a Cabinet slate during an
j interregnum ; the consummate ability required to
i fix things in harmony with leading interests ; the
1. : . 1 . . . . t.. . 3 : I i
i irataiiig uie tuui. citto uoit uuc in uiu uicti.aiu
j of such conscientious and loyal duties. But the
j people who pay the wages, will not hesitato to as-
sert the right to demand a quid pro qvo that the j
; wnrlc ri-ies on or the nav stone. The reonle. oo;?- i
nizant of the wear and tear incident to late polit- i
j ical changes ought, and no doubt will bo willing
j (were their wishes, it may be added, considered
worth consulting in the Premises that a worthv
servant should take a trip for recreation, to some :
j within call ; but for the first subject of the i
realrQ to leave us ond our recontiy crowned !
, K- to an , contin(nt. evcn
nnnctmna f na fairnAsc I
i m aa iriiij i.'iiiiioii ii uvu aa w iiiu luiitiLtra ui i
; , . , ,:
I leavinf raeunt bo imnortant a T.lace of trust and :
1 a - - - - r 1 -
responsibility, at a critical time ; and it still more !
! questions the fairness of an officer of this govern-j
! ment coins abroad to draw upon our depleted re- i
r - r.n unn, 1 j j
ources ior o,'jou or o,ow to epena aoroaa
when even small amounts are so much needed at j
home for it is reported that our Chief Justice J
intends to be absent fourteen months. j
"We can appreciate the delicacy of the position in j
; which His iJajeKty the King wa8 doubtless placed
; . . f .. ieA bv an old and
esteemed servant ; that, although it msy have '
Kaxituameha Dat. ITiis holiday, instituted dar
ing the late reign, it is supposed will be continued,
in memory of the founder of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
We learn that Honolulu Lodge No. 5. L O. G. T.
purpose giving a subscription ball at the Hotel on
the occasion June 11th.
Commentary ox Matthew. We have received i
irom tne secretary 01 me Hawaiian xxiara 01 missions ,
a neatly printed and bound volume in the Hawaiian .'
r 1 rr a r i
language. being the Gospel according to St. Matthew, !
with copious notes. This must prove exceedingly
valuable to native clergymen and readers generally.
Fcr.fi'e at the Pepr.sitnrv in the- Pail'-.r's IT-ime
S. .n.t. mri: 1 !
- - - . - - .
A TWO-STORT BTILniXG SITC.
TED At Kp!m, n-.aii of tt KWonnm:or y febooi.
Ofpoa th" rrtrJ'tw of Mr. I. B. l'trrc-n.
jl', For ixuolar, apply t THISOrFICK.
THE WEI.UKVOWX IMPORT
ED CAHHlAGK hor.-k
illy T v y 1 o r.
Apjttj to F. A. PCflAKFER.
AV1XC LEASED Al.f. THE I'HPER
portioD of tb UoJ of Kcudou. In Rooa. Havaii, 1
rrby forbij aDy prut to trvp lo It ine
UuaUUi, May 1. 1S7X B)yl7 -) CUAS. WALL.
MIE PUBLIC ARK HEREBY XOTIFIED
not lo giT cr3il lo aoy prn fT m an-l in icy name
without my r'.tti-n ordr.
Hcmolu:a, May 1, IsTS.
LET OX GOOD SECf-
L. JlcCL'LLY, at Court float.
ABSENCE FROM THIS
KimrUom, THOS. VV. LVi:KkTr. t4 Waikapu.
Jaul, will o mjr
duiy auiborl Attorney, and will taar :
0(rty, r.l aod peraoiial. ,
arc of all my proi-erty
Labaica. AprU -"8, 173.
(ni17 1m) CUAS. LAKE.
A HOUSE OX MERCHANT STREET
tultabie far a aiuaU family.
tayG .It t4r
F. n. IIARUIS.
0TICE. THE COMMITTEE OF THE
aloliax qcaprille asskmblt: noof.ef it member
hat the next asemb!y w.ll take place on SilLUUAi tr-.n
I in. May 17th, at Buffutn'a HalL Dsnciiig will coma;eoce at j
0,cluck GeaUemea wi.hing to joio caa obiaiu the neceatary
icf, naatinn of S. Macauley. No. R5 Fort lre. L myio 2:
J I M.. Hd J Hd JL T H. JLf
CfISl.OA FKO.II KOSTOrV I
JITS No. t MACKEREL,
1-4 Barrels Family Pork,
Cases Oswego Corn Starch,
n-i a. o ir.,illtn
VyS. JrTCHLUlA OS UXU111AA a XCaab
Barrels Pure Cider Vinegar.
I2x I. O- Murray,
TrT(ricl mnHTnTTPC A r.TTl nTT wjnv; I
ii.HO 1U11UULJ liJ uuumu.
For Salo by
CORINGA FROM BOSTON!
R. BARRELS OF FVM1LY PORK,
Kitts No. I Mackerel. Extra;
Lewis' Tomato Ketchup,
Cases Oswego Corn Starch.
Casks Dairy Salt, 20 lb. Bags.
Cases Downer's Kerosene Oil,
Z38 FOX SALE B Y
IS. E. ITIclIVTVKE & BROS,
Corner of Fori and King Streets.
my 17 2t
- ; a 1 T
: jaieS UenUlDO AlHOBltea XJ
Bales Pearl River Denims,
Boston Caid Matches,
Ox Bows, 1 1-2, 1 3-4 & 2 in.
" Wake Up" Tobacco,
; STANDARD AND GASLIGHT
FOR SALE BY
A. S. CXEGIIORV & Co.
lb bMrCl o th.tr rrrJII.-r: oo. llrrforr. vvXrri bv.tktr '
: cUir roM Mxi Ivwr t Zt!o t by rMO-M j
j to jjr-Til the uoe lo th nnd'rtcn) t bi( cUScr la Hoola'u. .
j ao4 ait .rurt iDt'hto4 to t a J'kt a IbU r hwtj ,
- - - . . . '
EXECUTOR S NOTICE.
nilE 1'NOKRSIUNKU. KXKCl TK lr
fl tlw Um Will aod Trtmi of th U JKAN 1ARiJA- ;
SUA. rrqarsU all proita t.Tinf rUim iba riai of
Ihfud Wrruha. dcoratwd, lo prc-o iba a U ofr J
.cb-r wiOua aiity ijr from dte, or thy iU o arer
MntQi IQU 1 l I- V. w . i
iioDolulu. May S. 173.
F. A.St'liAkl tR.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHPI.
ffMK FIRM OF RAI1K A. SXKLt. IM TIIIH j
M. Jy liMoinr.t by mutual ouateol, OdaCate W. Kaiw will j
uiamr all debts a; &-ut Ui Drm aoJ ro:irct all drtiit Uaa Um
OCSTAV VV. RAUE,
A. W. ' ELL.
lloooiuttt. May Tlh, 1573 jl9 j
I HAVE THIS DAV PURCHASED ALL
th K-ht, Tul- a:ad Intrmt i4 A. W. ! KLL, to arJ lo
Itr o-.noe.u of Kai A 6m-1 1. All dMa du the late firm t I
b collrctrd by me, ai?d all drbl ajcainM Oi am ill b pa't j
by atr. Tliaakmit lb puMic for paM favora I hope for a con
tiuoaore of lh aacie. and all work eotnaMrd to toe will b
, cvutcj In a vorkmaoltke and prompt taaoorr.
! May 7,1.73. Qayte) ULTAV W. RAUIt j
! WAIAHOLE RICE PLANTATION.
inrr a a-'ivc niTiri.E. hl'ITa
um. For aaie by i
j. i. rxiwsrrT.
TO LET" KAHEHUNA."
THE RESIDEXCKOFTHOH. BROWN
on scbool Stm-L Koqiur al lb
api Sm BKul.TllV OFFICR.
rgMIE CROWX LAX D KNOWN AS THE j
X.lo.vxiova.rt. of Olan," i
a;. r.l in tu. ri.irit nf IIlo Hawaii. It ia a flta vraxina1
,ao, nJ u Tiabla for Hi pulu. tor further ftarUculaia i
JSO. O. OO.M1M.
Crown Comu.i,.looer.bd Land Agvt.
TIoDoIalo, March 23,
FOR SALE OR RENT. j
THE DESIRABLE DWELLIXG WOl'SE (
iZ?"m'" Kakot I
mb-.'S tf LKW Kftg I'ICKSAJX.
nilE UXDERSIGXED OFFERS FOR
L SALK O.N RASY TKKMS,
Complete la Every Way.
TO WHICH IS ATTACHED A BAKIRY DOIXO A
For carticulara pleaae apply to J. B. Atherton, Eq., of
Castle & Cooke; F. A. Bcliaefrr, of f. A. tkrbaefer Co., or on (
the preoiix to
ni 10 lo F. HORN, 49 Hotel Btreet.
HAVIXO PURCHASED MR. BEX FIELD'S
inierent ia the Ciirrtge Jlauufactariin Bus. neat In tbia
j City. 1 am now prepared to execute all ordera ia my lio with
t proniptneaa and dif patch. I trust my I and varied ex(erl-
ence in the buainea will ecaoie mu to give aatiaiaciion w aii
Oioxe who inav favnr ma with tbeir Dalrouaco.
j Honolulu, Jan. lt, 1873. . (JaA if) O.WEST.
33. C. jVX urray,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
: -i aSKS
Canes of Eastern Baron, Streaky,
Cases of California Smoked Beef,
Ca.es of California Cream Cheese,
Cusps of PaclfisCod Plan, new.
Cases Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat,
li. W. FLOI U, LARGE & SHALL H03IIXY.
Cs. Cutting & Co.'s Table Fruits,
Cs. Cutting h Co.'s asst. Preserved Meats,
Canes of Culling & Co.'s Green Beans,
Cases or Cutting A Co.'s Lima Beans,
Cases of Cutting At Co.'s Turnips,
Caves Cutting A- Co.'s Asparagus.
CASES OP SALOON BREAD,
Qr. Boxes of Saloon Bread,
Cases of Assorts Crackers
Ginger Cakes, Graham Crackers, Picnic, Water, Soda, Jenny
Liud Cakes, Bonu.n, Atsorted Crackers, Milk,
Water aud Wine,
All froiu lite Celebrated California Cracker
DDLS. GOLDEN SYRUP!
i Cases of California Onions,
i Bags of Extra Humboldt Potatoes,
i Extra Quality Oregon Oats,
Bags of California Bran,
QUARTER BAGS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR !
GOLDEN GATE MILLS.
All of which we Offer for Sale Low
H. E. M'INTYRE & BRO'S,
Corner of Fort and King streets,
N.B. Govls delivered to all .arts of the City free of charge,
my 3 3t
A. 17. FES ROE & G O.
Oiler ior Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
POToTOESt ONIONS, &Ct
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Pnuloa Salt Works.
1M ,4 W., B.t. For t... - M r0SEr
. b . ki TnU .
pl 'f 1! : '.
MKV, iVjc to incur nf jieniiiiui '
J. I. IOWKr.TT.
ILmnlula, MrvS 17, IS7.V
.... ,M ...... t... f 1 1' K V
M - . . . . L Ml. . . .
i tnat mn Mrw4ut.. -
! I'atcfva. IO.I Mo. Nao.mi Tallry. Any m trrwio
tbrcvuo, "t pMarcld art oaifif lo U
W, . HARNW.
Huuoiala, May i. Ii7&
A XT COTTAI
ml ttatb-bou., Ac ,
a lI.ClllT COTTACSK. WITH frK.
V ANT'S llooa, ttalhou, Ac .all in riUit urO'-r,
M' t tu,l acr tb Laatnra part of lU citr i
MMH faatily, or ! aial r-mOmora. Urwt
Apply MltWI'TASilMWAU', JIW.
VAA K A M A I II A 1.1 lt IIAVISW I.KT NT
-1 aad board. I WiU lKi pay any lrale.l by brr
ia my o.oxk At OI ST J5 I LA I K.
Iloo.ttlu, April M. 173.
pQR gflr gy UNDERSIGNED
SUPERIOR COCOAXUT OIL, HV THE
BAKkkL UK UALLO.
Best Polar Oil, by Barrel or (i&llon,
BEST HAWAIIAN BEEF
FIREWOOD, SALT, SUGAR!
KICK FROM WAIA1IOLB 1'LANTATION.
XOIltllOl- Of Illl UillClK.
WooL Hides and Goat Skins.
SOO FAT SHEBP !
J APANKSK BCILDISQ AND CL'KB "TONKS.
Sails and Spars,
0LI CorrKR AND COMPOSITION BOLTS,
MKTAL SnKETlNtl, (TIKES AND NAI1J,
Two Good Chronometers,
I PAIR BEST PATENT PUMPS AND GEAR
(Composition) saitshle fnr Bblp of IXfl) lout.
Tho Undermentioned Vossols
WILL BIN KF.flt'LARLY TO THE SKYER A U
OaEu, Maui, Molokai and Kauai
Live Yankeo. Eauiki, Kalanihalo.
J. I. DOWSETT,
Dfnre, West Cornir of Unreo and Fort is.
AT THE C011 STORE
WILL BE FOUND
LinE OF NEW GOODS!
Among which vltl bt found :
rfMIOSR KLKOAXT OPK. HACK NltlRTfl
M with Uneo ('uffs to match,
A FINE LOT PURE SILK UNDERSHIRTS !
XZalf Sills. TTJtadox0laltka..
Merino, Cottnn, Canton Flnnntl, All Wool uml 7
din (Jauzr UmhrnhhtM.
IN SOCKS WILL BE FOUND:
linen, Lisle Thread, Call Brlggaus,
Bleached and Brown CoUons,
Silks, Kic., Etc., li.
A Splendid Assortmont of
FRENCH PLATE HAND MIRRORS !
IN Rl'BfilA CLOTH CASKS.
Sr?r Ladies you will do tcell to (Jail and Exntnlut
these latter ijotl. an they art juni tht thinj that
you have long looked for.
IN DRAWERS A FULL LINE.
NECK TIKS, SCHPESDERS, PCARFS,
IIANLKERCIIIEF8, AC, Ac.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs !
Colored Border Linen Handkerchiefs,
FULL LINE OF SHOE WARE !
LADIES' RETICULE. Urge and Small.
Everything in Clothing !
OF THE LATEST STYLK AND PATTERN.
Elegant Crimean Shirts.
A FULL LINK OF
both Lubln'c and Cosnoll's.
Hair Brashes, Shoe Crushes,
Nail and Tooth Branhet,
Sosp., Pomades and
COSMETIQCES, PUFF BOXES AND POWDER.
Pocket Cutlery, Razors, &c,l&c.
T Flanlnllais Owarrs ststal Orrrtrrrs
Send and Ott a Pair of U.ent
KIP SCREWED BOOTS!
the Best Article ever Imported here.
In fact Ecerything unuallxf found in all
CLOTHING AND FTJBNISHIKQ GOODS
Cnrn.r Fort and Merchant ?lree