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TRWAT. HAT 1. 11 1,
W kavk to firtga arrivals to r-j-ort, although il.i
Mmiwi frotn lb a-mLha-ard is fuT.y due. TV d';.rt'ir-a
during the week have txa 2St, Gen. Harr'-y. ArrtUr; .T't'i.
D. C.Me f fan FnotUca, Faraway f,r tV Orj. c.k.
Sad Ti -fit B .min Islands.
TVs but Ka Moi f-r Brm-n, fca. rcispVte-! hr U.l.r.'. u.
eluJicg il sacks wheat D. C. Murray frcni "in frar.
Viaco, and wiil kuI to morrow or M
The bark Dataware, with a cars? of rroduce f it V.c t r". t,
B. C, wlU mail ca Weinewlay.
T&s bc f BoLert Cowta la 1aviiag sugsre f.r M-Ibturne,
ami will have Jjpalch.
The Mmit. Uayseklen dry ggbda deaWa, wr on tU 2-;,
insC ia the Supreme Coart, declared voluntary bsxkrapts
A near a can be ascertained! at praect thrur tutu mi be
art down, ae
tttuck in .lore, til...... .....................
UwoachoU formtur, persravai property, Mr , about
l.iabditiew about 21,cj0.
PORT OP HONOLULU, H. I.
April 2SWhr Jenny, Balliatler. fm Wilmn At Kob,a, Kauai.
Xi 8 br Anzue, Kutolica, frum llilu, Hawaii.
24 Mmr Kilauea, Marchaiit. from Maui and Hawaii.
jA Hens- Warwick. Kalawaoa, fm KaJaupapa. MMokai.
24 Schr Mannokawai. Kalauao. fm flawlliw.li. Kauai.
3D chr Wiry F.Uen. J.m, from Kchala. llawa.i.
A Hen Fairy Uueera, Kaaina, fat Hanalri, Kauai.
20 Hear Nettle Merrill, Crane, from I aTia.f.a. Maui.
27 f. br l.aka, Kaai.fron Motoaa. Kaui.
24 Scar Mil Morria, Lsma, from Molokai.
JT9 Srhr Ka Moi, powers. Iron Kahulul, MiuL
rf hr Waiefe, AbuinaiA, from llaliko. Uaui.
ti R hr Kenni Ana, Kaukino. from Kooiau.
ir br Odd Fellow, Niks, from Ililo, llawaiL
20 fimr Kilauea, Marthant, from Kauai.
May 1 S hr Paoahi, Hops, from Uuo, Hawaii.
1 br Active, Puaahiwa, from Ililo, Hawaii
I 4Vhr Nettie Herrill. Cranr. frooa Labaina, Maui.
1 Hl.jop LIT Vankee, Clark, from liana, Maui.
1 8 hf Luka, Kaai, lnn Mutoaa an4 AoalK.Hk, Katiai.
2 frkr Ma&MVikawai, Kalauao, fm N'awlliwili, Kaoai.
Apeil 26 A eo arkr Oea narney, BedHeld, tut tht Arrtir.
37 Mimr KiliK-a, Marcbaat, 1tr Kauai.
27 -hr Jenny, BaIlnliT, for KolokaV Waimea, Kauai.
2c7 H-hr Maaaokawai, K alaoan, tot Nawiliw.li, fCaui.
37 K-hr Keont Ana, Kaakirxi, for Koolau.
25 Hrhr Bo Boy, Jim. for KooUo.
in fv tr Warwick, Kalawaia, fijc Kalaufiapa.Molokai.
tH M hr Loka, Kaai, fr Moloaa, Kauai.
. M wh Abm, lUlouna,! H.lo, UawaiL ' -
J Hrbr Mary Ellen, Jim, for HUo, Hawaii.
3N ifrhr fium Merrill. Crane, for Lahaina, Maui.
ftrbr Fairy Queeo, Kaaina, f r HanaU-i, Kauai.
tkDC Morray. a Fuller, for Han Franrix-o.
( 23 Hril wb bk Faraway, penrrr. for Orhouk fc a.
' A n arbr Turi, N y, for 11 ml a Nlarula. .
SO tvr Mile Morris, Liabw, for Motokai.
SO ifrhr Jaaoiia, C UoUoit, for Waiaiua.
SO Hrkr Krool Am, Kaukiao, for KoUaa.
May 1 tVhr Ka M .1, fower, for Kaholui, Maui.
1 aV br Waiolv AhaihaU, for Maliki, Maui.
1 tW-hr Otld Fellow, Nika, for Ililo, Hawaii.
Prwjeee Depart arrav.
Foa IliLO 8cbr Paoalri, aaila thie M.
Foa Miiuit-!rhr Ariive, aaila Ibia af.
l oa LaMaiaa Sckr Nettie Merrill, aaila tbia m.J
VtSSKLS I.N PORT.
V m 8 BeoecU, Captain H a K Hopkins.
Haw wb arhr Karoaile.
MKaCHAff TWC3I. ''
Haw bk Ka Mof, Rarrela, foa.linf.
Hrtt br4 Robert Cowan, Bevely. Icaulinx.
An bk Delaware, iliada, luadinc.
. . . EXPORTl!.'
Foa tii A acTlc Per iln. Ifarnry, April lith:
Zi 1 Tobacco, ra 37
Value Foreign . ..
fer I. C. Murray, April 20ih:
10U "perm Oil. caka 19
1 Real OiLcaka 10
41 Heal Hkma, pea... VSH
SCO Auaar, pkfa.. 4,WJ
Fa a l4 Taaaci
Bananaa, bocha. . . .
Iloat Hkina, bmlla..
Value DiH.$J,ITO.Mi Fce..tfi0C; Traoa.. $105.20.
i ' Fawo Wl"ilo PoaTa rer KUauea, April 26ih Ht-r
Ilibaaa alalb Karkkoiast, T J Wllkeraoo, JuJg A fornaiM
der, K O llitrbcock, wife and S cliiUren. J tfcemeea. Mr Uwt-a
and wuV, K Auaiio, 8 Nott, Mr Pood. Mr Aiken, Hon Mr I'a
lipaia arvl wife, Uoo Henry Martin, wife and 3 rbiklren. Hon
Tbomae Martin, II oo Simon Kaai, Hon J A Kaukau, Hon Mr
Kuikani, Hon Mr Afcolo and wiTe, lion J P Parker and wife, t
. rrlel, J O Carter, Mr Ilmaa, Mra F W Iiutcbiaoo, (1 U Nor.
ton, and lOOdeek.
y Foa Kat'ai Per KHauea, April 27 ih Mra McBryde ami
tlaubter, C Cooke, B Trincbam, M Ki, I, P Iaenberf, Jr. Una
Hora Iaecoerc, Miaaea P U and N Fyfc, V U Fyfe, Mia M
BlaleU, and about 40 deck.
Fob Fas Faaaciaco Per TJ. C. Murray, April 29iu II C
Bprajruf. J Van Dyke, A Paaba, Miaa Taylor, O W Merrill
and wife. Rev O H Golirk, Bee P J Cutlet ami wile, Mi
tlulirk, Mra T W Culick awl ehlk), J H Collin. O J llarrla.
. o w. a.nni,vapi S BmllD, Juhn Kcllitt, Mra
Jeo Howard. Miaa CoClo, Mra Sandye and 4 chiblren, W 1i
Blake, Mra A F Judd and child, Miaa A F Jokaaao, Mra I K
Fyfe, Mra Roth and 3 children, E Ciude, Miaa Mary Torbert.
Mra John Paly, Mra Uinda and child. Ml Kbig.Geo Biatlj, Jr,
Faow Kanai Per KSknea, April 90tb Oha Oookeami
bride. Hon P laenberf , wife and a children, V Knudaen, wife
and aon, Miaa L Smith, Clarence Cooke, II J A Knew, C Con
radt.43 W Wilcox, Bey Mr Bmith, I V, Miaa Lora laoaberg,
M Kip., Hon Mr Kaokaiia, Hon Mr Kauai.
Cowac Eic At Llboe, Kanal, April S9th, by Rev. 1.
Pole, t'Hiini M. Cooat, to Ansa C, youngeat daughter of
the hue Wa. II. Bice. O" No card.
In thia city, April 50th, to the wife of Mr. Robert Ryfroft, a
CarrLC In this city, on Thuraday, April 30th, aHer a
short Ulneaa, CutBLrs ALrato Castle, aged Ti yean", 4
months and 14 days.
BvcaorT In thia city, May 1st, an inUnt daughter of Mr.
Robert R y croft.
Bwistos In this city. May lal, CHaaLOTT Ktiuiiic
ion, wife of Mr. Henry 8. S win too and daughter of Mr.
laaac Market lie, aged 39 yean.
The Trial and Sentence of King.
The trial cf James C. King for tha murder cf
O'Neill, la New York, cloeed bj previously announced
by telegraph, ou March 12th, and on the 13tb, JnJge
Brady sentenced the convicted man to State Prison
for life. The papers say that general satisfaction
was felt at the result of this trial. The crime com
mitted was murder, and Terdict in the first degree
was reasonably expected. The verdict given was
rendered by a jury whom Judge Brady speaks of aj
a very intelligent body of men. And while it was
different from what the circamatanoes of the crime
seemed to warrant, it was a greater disappointment
u RrnjTawtniJQy cue else. Ills counsel bad made a
La effort to'clear him on the plea of insanity, and
the prisoner was hopeful of acqnitaL Between ae-
naital and imprisonment for life he is sane enough
ta a terrible difference. In dcalintr with the
insanity defense. Judge Brady was clear and intclll
gibi. Ilia charge to the jury on this point was ad
Durable, and cleared away many cf the sophistries
that have perplexed jaries in dealing with evidence
cf this character. The jo Jge said that " to establish
the defease of insanity it most he clearly proven that
at the time of committing the act the prisoner was
laboring under such a defect of reason, from disease
cf the mind, as not to know the nature and quality
of the act he was performing, and if he did know it,
not to know that it was wrong." " It is no answer,
when a, wroog-doer is called wpon to submit to the
law," he continued, ' that his impulse, or passion,
or emotion, is irresistible, unless his subjection to it
is the result of a defect of reason from a disease of
the mind. Sane men are bound to control their pas
sions and impulses. It U an obligation imposed by
God and man that they abaU do eo, equaTry as pow
erful and binding as the rule that the insane man, in
the sense explained. Is relieved from responsibility.
Hid this rule been laid down and observed in nu
merous cases that the reader will readily recall, there
won'a'have been fewer verdicts of not guilty in the
past. There is hardly room here for a verdict of
' insane, at the moment cf committing the deed, but
sane immediately before and after its commission."
The definition of insanity, given by Judge Brady,
affords opportunity for justice to the insane and to
Ma. Editor : Allow me, an outsider, the privi
lege through yoar columns of paying a deserved
tribute to the oficers and members of Mechanic "
Engine Company, for the very handsome and credit
able way in which they got up and managed the hall
last Thursday night Everything went off extremely
well, and I particularly noted the able way ia which
Mr. T. A. Lloyd, the floor manager, performed his
some hat arduous duties. Bat having had my say
in this respect, I cannot repress a slight growl at the
economy of gaa that left the parlors and ether rooms
cf the Hotel in a condition cf twilight. On an occa
sion like this, the Hotel should have been brilliantly
lit op throughout. . Critic.
S ITIHDA V. MAY 2.
T:ik K rvi. ;;. ;! r.ti X.: v-'-'ion of tho
ojtrur. f t .- Iy-'.-iitic .WunUjr, (wUcb
af fcars cl-twi.rrr in t-J.iy'e Ar-vtRTi5EK) ia lj
fir the Lot st.it.; j
of t!. kin-l U;at haa ever
aj j -cart 1
..re, ri't 'X'.ef ?iE even eimtj ol ttiC
N.-ru.'.'t ' f Kai.ir.-hum fia IV. ; and io
itrf J lain :ir.i f-ir i ii.tf. rw jrJ l-.-laratin9 of a J-mii.i-tr.it
iv- j ,l..;y an 1 lucil t ill of statoment,
ii i:i i..akf.J oi.:: :it with tt.e teretyj-d
?.':!.- Ir,:u ti.-.- li ri.e of jatt vears, wMoii
I.aye ..iif rally t .-.-t-.-l -,1 a tcvv britf st-uteiiCca
of ekilifu'ily c-r.-'triif.-tfl 'iij !-..matic iion-comuiit-taiism.
TLe ir;ij-.rt ir.: Fu! j-cts of cconomin th; es-j-;tiBc
of carrying on t!.? ' ovcrrnaciit ; the In-or"a-o
of tlie -'i 'c, iinminitin of free labor;
irrigiti ,n and the water euj ply ; are urged uponJ
the CMii'Jt-r iti'jii f the A.i--mbly with an ear-
netn'- and in a t mo A marily livjiefulness that
cannot but create- a rc-j-jn-ivc auibitiou iu mem
bers to r-ecorid the enterprising and liberal p-jlicy
thus iridieatol fr .in the Throne. In directing the
att'.nti ju of the I-icIaturo to the niobt pruiiii
n nt .-uhj f t.- to be considered, Hid Maje-sty has
discharged the big! duty incumbent upon him in
a manner that mur-t command the unqualified ap
proval of the country ; it only remains for our
legislators on their jnrt to display equal wisdom
in providing means atsd in devising and planning
th; details of execution, to render the session cf
1671 J ri an.l sratefully to be remembered as
the turning pjiut in our national hirtory.
f Tiik arrival of His Maj-ety in town on Satur
day lat, completed a Royal Progrc.-s throughout
t!ic i-landi that in pystennitic thoroughness has
never been equalled by any of our King?, eince
the Cret Kameliaiucha. Occasionally, dirring
their Fevcral reigns, His Maj. sty s pre-deccesorH
nav ma ie M.ort visu to irucu.ar poruons oi
their dominions but there were L-iany Localities
tiat had never U-en honored by the presence of
tn? Sovereign until now. Coming to the Throne
n littk- over two months ago, His Majesty has dur
ing that brief inteival indur-triou.-ly journeyed
by ma and lir., and has virited in their home's
and rqokcri in per.-"jn to the great majority of his
eubjeets, from Kau t Kauai. The general effect
cannot be otlxrwise than beneficial; inasmuch as
that r.ot only are King and people made better
acquaint'! with each other, but the latter, in
listening to the paternal and stirring addresses of
His Majesty and perceiving the eleep and active
interest Ire evince s in their welfare, and improve
ment, will joinder the meaning and spirit of his
utterances, (taken up and repeated by the press)
and thus the nation may bo aroused to new life
and activity in the work of self preservation and
recu juration. The King in this regard may be
etyhxi : Missionary, who has gone out among his
4.Mple preaching a new lwlitical gospel. His
Majesty evidently believes that t!io people have
within themselves the elements of recuperation,
and lie struck the kcy-noto to new life and vigor
when nt Labaina he said to his hearers " Let us
thoroughly renovate our own selves, to the end
that, caused e.f decay being removed, the nation
may grow again with new life and vigor.' And
will cot every one that has any spark of aloha for
Hawaii and the Hawaiian lend every possible aid
in seconding the efforts of our King for the pre-
scrvation and tho growtli of the race ? lo repeat
what we have onee before said in this connection
" Rv assuming that the Hawaiian race is rxwi-
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tiveiy uoomea io disappear iron, tu luwui-tue
earth, we arc Iielping along that result; but it wo
ru-e-uin: the contrary if we but imbue the people
with the idea that they have within themselves
the elements of renewed life, and that they arc
not a dying people they will live."
j Tiikee aftkars to be a general belief that the
Present Legislature will, when it comes to tho
koireidcration of the biennial Rill of Appropria
tions, apply the principle of retrenchment quite
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thoroughly, ana make reductions in me suianea
of all government officials. There is no question
as to the absolute necessity of retrenchment in
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wv n a
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patent enough to all, even without the confirma-
tion which will be afforded by the Report of the
Minister of Finance. The word then, will be,'
economy and reduction of expenses in every di-
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rection; and it will require the exercise of no lit-
tie dise'retion and tact on the part of the adminis-
tration to keen the zeal for retrenchment within
proper bounds, so as not to absolutely cripple the
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p.ublic service. bile there are undoubtedly
many items of customary expenditure that on
careful examination it will be found may be cither two Sovereigns and the election of their bucces
rfHluredordisrenscdwithaltoscthcr. eors, ami other causes, all of which have been
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there arc again many mat win iwi come unue-r
that category, and the droj ping of which, or
their reduction to a less amount, will be no econ-
omy at all, but a i-oMlive injury. In the man-
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those of leser concerns, it is always found that a
fair Trice is necessary in erdcr to secure good se-r-
vice, and that the converse will be likely to result
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from underpaid employee. 1 his is a view of the
subject which it is to be hoped Hon. members will
n(nin. 1. 1 tl.em remember that a timid and
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ing in view the
cicvel...r im-nt oi our uormani rc-
sources, measures which will lead to the intro
duction here of labor and capital will be the
mofct suicidal ef poIicies. This is a critical
period in the life cf the nation, nnd a false step
now, or a failure to take any step whatever,
may bring disaster frein which there shall be no
recovery, consistent with the preservation of our
autonomy. We are aware tli.it the sentiment is
somewhat prevalent among the j cop lo that a pub
lic de'-t is to be f eared an 1 deprecated as a great
national evil. It will bo for the administration,
at this ses.-iun ol the legislature, to read members
lessons on this branch of p olitical economy. At
present, the l.ati nal debt of this country is a
mere triJo, owed w holly to our own people, and
the provision required to be made to meet the an
nually accruing interest is small. If, by borrow
ing a half a million t'.:is year, we can so increase
the number ef our tax payors and develop our re
sources that at the end of five years we shall have
aided a million to the national wealth then let
us not be frightened by the bngbear of a national
debt. Certain internal improvements are seri
ously needed, in order that commerce and agricul
ture may be encouraged and revived, and it is
difficult to sec how these can be brought about
without having recourse to a loan.
Wc shall watch the proceedings during tho
session of the legislature which has now com
menced, with more than ordinary interest and
solicitude. More than ever in the history of Ha
waiian parliaments, the present Ministry must be
held accountable if nothing tangible and really
for the advancement cf the country shall be accom
plished. duriDg the next two months. For there
is absolutely no opposition in the House, all the
leading Representatives beiDg government adher
ents, and the p lan of operations which we are to
suppose the administration has projected, includ
ing important measures of public policy, can be
carried through with case, and as rapidly as ia
consistent with proper deliberation.
OPENING OF THE
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY !
I"ur-air.t to i:.yal IVxIamati ,n. the nebular
S.-.-i,:! of the Lc-Iature Lr 1S74, was formally
rntJ hy His L:cs:j the King in p.rs-.n, at 1-
o'dock n;n, on Thursday lat, the G0:h ultimo,
in the Initiative Hall of the new G jvcmciit
Luil lie-. The doors of the Hall were opened to
the public at a few minutes jast tlcTcn, and Lie
. - filial
ffiace rerTe-j ior fiituwru eiwunj
yritb ladies and gentlemen, there being jrobably
not far from 1,000 r-ersuDS in attendance. In
frunt of the daie (on vr hicli was jlaccl the Throne-
ctiair. coverei witti trie ancicD icai.ucri.iuaa, u
Hawaiian Royalty) were eeated the Ministers of
the King, and the Nobles and Rer re5entativ-s.
On the riht were Her Maje.-ty Queen Kaj iolani,
the I'rineehKJs Kamakaeha Dominid and Likelike
Cl.-ghorn, Her Majoty the Quet-n Dowager
Emma, and the ladies of the Court. On the left
were members of the Diplomatic and Consular
Coriifl aQil their ia(jje9t and the Commander and
Odicers of the C S. JJimcia.
At precisely 12 o'clock His Majesty left the
Palace, on foot, under a salute from the Punch
bowl Uattery and from the Benicia, accompanied
by Prince Leleiohoku the Heir Apparent, the
Chancellor of the Kingdom, and memtxrrs of tlx;
Stall', and proceeded to the new Government
building, in the yard of which, forming two lines
from the entrance were drawn up the Royal Rody
fiuard, who presented arms as the King passed
between them, the band playing the National
Anthem. At the entrance of the GoTCnment
Hou.se His Majesty was received by the members
of his Cabinet, and entering the Hall, the entire
audience rote and remained etanding while he
read in a clear and distinct voice, the following
X0ELES AND RETRESEXTATIVES :
During the last biennial period the nation Las
passed through important vicissitudes, in conse-
qUcncc of which two extraordinary Sessions of the
Le,;eiative Assembly were convened. The first
of thc30 ejcctej mj ledccessor, His late Majesty
Lunalilo, and at the earhe Session, certain amend-
nnt, the Constitution were nronoaod. In the
Providence of the Almighty, it was not permitted
to the King Lcxalilo to eee the accomplishment
of his hopes. Scarcely ono year of his reign had
passed ere ho was summoned away. Upon his
death, no successor to the Throne having been ap
pointed by him and approved by the Nobles, as
required by law, it became your duty, under the
Constitution, to elect a Sovereign. Uefore mak
ing choice of myself for that august position, you
had been informed by my pmblic as well as my
private announcements, that I should abide by the
result of your vote, and in no event countenance
any attempt to violate the law of the land. My
election was, however, followed by a disturbance,
occasioned by the action of a few turbulent men,
which taking the authorities by surprise, threat
ened lor a timo the peace of the city, but which
the Government, promptly and efficiently sup
ported by the lorces of the triendly Powers then
assembled in tho harbor, quickly subdued, and
those implicated have since been called to a just
You will be called upon, in co-operation with
my Ministers, to initiate measures to advance the
real interests of my Kingdom, and 1 now invite
your especial consideration to a few of the most
prominent points which have attracted my atten
tion. The amendments proposed in tho Constitution
have been published as the law requires, and will
receive from you tho most careful and mature
consideration. They were intended to restore
certain features of the Constitution of 1852, and
?f thcC. lhat wLicI? re-establishes separate
House of Representatives is the most important
An amendment proposed in the clause which
defines the tenure of office of Judges of the
Supreme Court will come before you lor discussion.
The amendment excluding all Judges from the
", "law .' m aw. nnnnnnn ti rri war f K f 1
principle of the Constitution, which tleiTnesaiHl
separates the Executive, Judicial and Legislative
Junctions ot the Government.
The amendment requiring the King to give his
reasons for vetoing" a bill, seems unnecessary. My
Ministers having scats in your House, and at
tending its cessions lor the purpose of enuncia-
ti the measures of mv Governmet. would seem
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to oc sumcient ior tue explanation ot my views
The legal services of the Attorney General in
the Cabinet are frequently of much importance
lowie AuuiiDioirauuu, uuu uuy aiueuuiucui ue-
I nvirinn Mmm r F hia fiDLiehriiva b iAiil.1 vnivnirn vtnn
I'll! 111 bUbUA vs. a J IB AgiOUUVV UtlVUlVA A V.-Va I IVU
; i -jvould invite you to carefully consider the
amendment removing tho property qualification
of voters. Tho limited diffusion of wealth
among the masses of the people tend directly to
. -b , th nt franchise. the
expression of the popular will in the return of
the members to the House of Keprescntativcs
I oti. - r . i i i
A OI ac counery nave toeeo. ia
depleted by the extraordinary expenditure
. , nc'TV b tbe remoal Jr the
Molokai their maintenance there the burial of
borne by the Treasury. I would suggest to you
thafc ,C63 comrlieatcd and more economical
system should be devised by you for carrying on
the work of the Government, and that power
ay be given me under the law to merge two or
m.or? offices in one, where it may be found expe-
dient so to ao.
The subject, however, that awakens my great
est solicitude i9 to increase my people, and to
th9 PO',nt ,l desire to dir,cct yur earnest atten-
tion. Perhaps some modification of the divorce
law may bc found conducive to this end. The
Roard of Health have been required to imrrove
I to tbo utmost the hygiene of the people, but !
much still remains to be done in this direction,
especially to devise means for the preservation of
the lives of infants, and I would surest that
i - on
some Fpecial exemption 6hould be made in favor
of those who rear large rami lies.
The immigration of free labor will undoubtedly
enrich and strengthen our country, and to this
end I prepose that a liberal apropriation be made.
The condition of the Leper Asylum has had my
personal attention, and I have been pleased with
the kindness and care 6hown towards that unfor
tunate class of my p-eople.
I would also call your attention to the import
ance of considering schemes for irrigation and for
maintaining the water supply wherever it may be
required; and none of these seem more immedi
ately necessary than a plan to increase and main
tain the water supply of Honolulu, and that with
out injustice to suburban proprietors. It may bc
that some legislation is required to secure the
owners of ancient water rights, but unless accom
panied by measures to maintain the supply of
water in certain districts, such legislation will be
I recommend a commission of men learned in
the law, to report a codification of our laws for
the next Session of the Legislature. Our probate
p ractice, especially in regard to land titles, to be
made more definite
I am happy to inform you that our relations
with foreign countries are in the most satisfactory
condition ; and 1 congratulate you upon the
friendly feeling which has been evinced towards
ourselves by the great and powerful nations hav
ing treaties with us.
A proposition to cede l'earl River harbor to
the Lnitcd States, in connection with a treaty of
commercial reciprocity, was made last June.
But a cession of any portion of the national ter
ritory being found to be not in consonance with
the feeling pCthfi people, the proposition was
withdrawn. Should, however, that friendly
Power hereafter consider a commercial treaty to
bc for its interest, my Government will not fail
to open negotiations to thia end. J
Furnishing facilities for steam communication
with San Francisco and Australia, and deepening
the entrance of the harbor for vessels of heavy
draft, will engage your attention. A submarine
cable, to touch cere and give us daily news from
all parts of the world, is already projected by
enterprising men in the United States. These
things suggest to us the importance of making it
for the interest of etcam lines; to touch here. In
this connection I ask you to consider the ndvant-
age- i f .itecting fuitible warehouses and otLcr
facilities orjur wharves for Ir-Und produce.
NOLIXS AMTK.HSE--ETATIVES :
While not unmindful of the blessings which
have teen granted to this Nation, let us hope that
we may deserve to have them continued and in
creaed. May your deliberations be guiicd by an
eye tingle to the National welfare, and may their
re-suits be conducive to the prosperity and pro
gress of our beloved country.
I now declare this Legislative Assembly to be
duly convened accordirg to law.
Immediately on the conclusion of the speech
His Majesty retired, accompianied as on entering,
and the audience dispersed. The details of the
ceremony of opexuDg the Legislature were quite
as satisfactorily carried out as on any previous oc
casion, and the new hall was found to be more
comfortable than that of the old Court House.
Eeturn of Their Majesties.
Last Saturday tt just fire o'clock p. m., the caval
cade of some two hundred and fifty persons, with
their Majesties tbe King and Queen at the heaJ,
entered the city by the pAlikina road and proceeded
to Iulani Palace, thus ending the circuit of this isl
and, which was btgun on the previous Monday, and
described in our lt issue. King street, throughout
its lensth up to tie Palace gates, was crowded with
people, who welcaned their Majesties back to the
capital with cheen
At Ewa, the pty were met by II. R. II. Prince
Leleiohoku with tome twenty horsemen, who had
come to escort the'r Majesties into the city. At this
point His Majesty made an address to the people, in
which was reiterated the noble sentiments cf en
couragement and lopefulness that have characterized
the Boyal speechejall over the group. At the con
clusion of His Marty's remarks, Prince Leleiohoku
spoke as follows :
People of Ewaaud Waianae : It gives me much
pleasure to see yot here to-day, and to note that you
have listened atteitively to the eloquent words cf
our King, in whic, he has set forth to you the plat
form of his reign the increase of the people.'
" This is a vastlr important subject upon which
His Majesty has spoken, a subject whioh should en
gage the earnest atention of all the people of every
district and hamlet from Hawaii to Kauai. And now
or never we must meet this subject, for our nation
has been and still it decreasing.
" Let us consider that it is our King who thus
calls upon us to aid him in forwarding the increase
of the people. It is because his interests and yours
are identical that he has made this his motto, and he
looks to you to labor and to strive with him to bring
about this enJ the increase of the people. And in
the stand that he has taken ia this respect as our
leader,, and with words of wisdom and encourage
ment urging us on, he must secure the loyal support
and affection of all.
" In the times that have gone by, it would seem
that the common people have not enjoyed the con
sideration which was their due; I trust that in this
respect tho wise reign of His present Majesty will be
found to bc for the comfoit and advancement of all
the people alike."
louring the delivery of his speech and at its close
(the first which he ever made in public) the Prince
was loudly cheered hy the people.
Ia the evening, a very pleasant wind-up of the trip
was a masquerade party, in which all those who had
made the journey appeared in masks, and prome
naded through the rooms of the Palace, producing a
vast deal of amusement, until supper was announced,
when a good deal of mutual astonishment took place
at the unmasking. After supper, an hour or two
was spent in dancing to the music of the band, and
before midnight the party separated, greatly pleased
with the occasion and with the hospitality of the
Royal host and hostess.
For the P. C. Advertiser.
Tha angala who guard the bright galea oft njnr,
And welcome each spirit now safely gone homo,
in joy o'er eaeli soul that no longe-r will roam.
Oft thrill the clear air witli this question from fir .
Who next 7
Who next ?
" Not I," smiled tbe infant, " my life is still dawn."
Yet scarce had we claused our sweet gift from the skies.
Ere genlly the angels closed haby's solt eyes.
And whispered a voice from the home whence she's gone,
Who next ?
Who next ?
'Mot I " said the maiden bright 'lushed as a rose,
" No time have now to bestow on grim Death."
Uut lilies for roses were changed In a breaih,
And murmured again, as the pale lips we close,
Who next ?
Who next i
" Not 1 " said the mother, " though weary my frame,
And longing at times to be under the sod.
There still is so much I must do for my (!od,
Not I," but God knew, ami ngain the call came,
Who next f
W ho next 7
"Wot I," said the King, " I've a nation to rule,
The King should live long, that the people may know
He prizes the pledge that they trusted him so."
Uut crownless his head, cry the winds low and cool,
Who next ?
Who next ?
" Not 1 " said the youth, " my blood is ou fire
To test for myself all the stages of life,
Ah no, 7 must mix in the world's busy strife."
Now pulseless his form, unfulfilled his desire,
Who next ?
Who next 7
" Not I " said the stranger, "afiir from the shade
Of the wide spreading trees, by the old homestead nest.
Oh never can I among ttrangers find rest."
Vet heard we this voice o'er the grave newly made,
W ho next ?
Who next 7
" Not I " said the father, " I've to much to Ju,
A long lile I need, against wnt to provide
For wife- and dear children, a. ho longer may bide,
Aof ,'" all unheeding, the loicr thrill ui through
Who nu t? .' .'
Who nert .'
Will you or will f be the next one to go 7
The calls every day are apiilling to hear.
Is everything ready lest our turn le near 7
And uhat u ould not each give now, turrty to know
It ho next .'
Honolulu, May 1st, 1ST4.
In his last biennial message to the Legislature of
California, Governor Dootu strongly recommended
the total abolition of the death penalty as a punish
ment for crimes. In accordance with this recom
mendation, Senator Finney prepared a bill, which was
referrel to tho Judiciary Committee of the Senate.
That committee has reported the measure back with
a recommendation that it do not pass. Several of
the leading journals of California are in favor of the
principle embodied in Finney's bill, and it is said
that public sentiment throughout the State is strong
ly opposed to capital punishment. The legal frater
nity docs not take kindly to the innovation, however,
hence the adverse report referred to, and the pro
bable defeat of the bill.
SPECIAL TO THE PLANTERS. The un-
flersigned would hereby tender his thanks to those Planters
who promptly replied to the Circulars addressed to them last
November, and would respectfully request those who have
pot answered to do so as eary as practicable, as full and
complete statistic is desired but ehich cannot be obtained un
les all responJ- XE03. O. TIIRrM.
Honoluluy-April 2jth, 1571. ap2 5 3t
TMIOMAS J. II AYS ELD EX AND FRED"
KRICK. H. HAVsKLDKN, doing busiaess under the
Srm of Havstlden Brothers, havhg this day made an assi?n
rent to the undersigned of thrir property for the benefit of
their Creditors, all persona havitg claims against said Hay
a?lden BroUiers are requested to present their accounts at the
office of H. Hackfehl it Co , and all persons indebted to said
Bayselden Brothers, are requested to make payment to the
b J. C. GLADE,
cf the Firm of II. IlackfelJ & Co., Assignee.
Honolulu. April 12, l-74. la
WITH A VIEW TO AFFORD EVERY
facility to parties desirous of profitably and securely
investing small sums of money, Bonds of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment of the several values rf 4100, 2(lO, oOO.
and SI ,000, bearing interest at the rate of 9 per cent, per
annum, payable semi-annually, vH be issued at par to all
persons applying for them at tfct Treasury, for terms of not
,ess than nor more than yIIA0LEtUAf
Minister of Finance.
Departm'Dt of Finance, Apr'l a, 1S74. apt 3m
CIITIZEyi AM) RESIUKNTS OF IlONO
' Lt'L". Vi'lir: rrwr.! S:-(r (rf r-ra ly are
crJial'T InriteJ to ar.fnj I"alic Wcrb:p at Fv'KT ST.
CIlCKCH. wr vt.c are br;j er. rr pihbalh at 11 ocK-k,
A. M.. an I 7 1-J P. !. Sa: are j prrt.lr I f. r a'i t.j rray he
rKe.l to ai:er).l. Tlrrs ! a Wei3fj!y eeenict l"r7er
Meetic; at 7 1-2 o'c'.eek, ta the Lecmre r-vca, to wLich a'i are
wlcuce. ap4 ly
TO LET !
rpiIE OFFICE A XI) I'RK.MISKS OS FORT
JL etneet, a: preaert occupied, r-y Vt. O. 6. Cusakaga, poa
eitc g.rea March IZlh, lsT4.
ftltf Air'yt C. E. WILLIAM?.
DTRINO MT ABSENCE -FROM TUIS
KINGDOM, my Attorney Us tact Mr. GXOBGB W.
MACFA&LANB, Is anthored to s:gn ray Baste as A Ming
Afent for Uoyd'a. Til KO. U. DA VIkS.
Honolulu, March SI. 1ST. apll 1m
DIKING MV AHSENCE FROM THIS
KINGDOM Mr. THOMAS KAIS WaLKVR is f;i!:y
empowered to f.rn icy r.aine as Attorney fr The Northern As
surance Co , and The linth and Fore.sn Marine lcaraoce
Company (UmiteO. THKO. H. DA VIES.
Hnu:u. March 31. 1?T4. apll lin
TMIE I'MIERSIOXED WILL COXTIM E
tha PAINTING UCSJNLSal tbe old stand of Kealoha
anJ Panee, whre he hopes to receive the continued patronage
extended to the late firm.
DAVID EE ALOHA,
apl3 3m So, 63 lKrl Street.
MA COTTAGE CONTAINING THREE
room, with oulbuiUlmi?, aJjoiuing the preuiiars occu
pied It Mr. V. A.SCHAKt fcR in Naaaaa A Tr
ail e. (pl3 4l) Apply to F. A. sCHAkFKK
TO LET !
THE PREMISES 3 R1CHARI ST.,
now occupied by Mrs. Green, rumished or unfurnished,
for further particulars enquire of
J. II. CONEV. or
fc-21 C. a. BARTOW.
ALL PERSONS ARE IIEREBV FORBID
den to drive Uoats or Cattle on the MOUNTAIN OF
HL'ALALAI, until the settlement of the Boundaries cf Kau
pnlehu. as from evidence obtained it would appear that the
said Hualalai is Included in the land of Kaupulehu.
11 KN 11 Y COOPKK.
Hawaii, March 20th, 1S74. apt Sia
TO GET GOOD BARGAINS !
riVHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
JL sell out his entire stock in the
Upholstering Business !
To any one making a fair offer immediately. If tiot to aoU,
after this date, I will sell
HALR M ATT R ASSES,
A SETT OF PARLOR
At 25 Per Cent, below the Usual Price,
until everything is sold. This is done in consequence of
leaving the country. A rare chance lo get the
Best Hair Mattrasses at 25 -Per Cent
below the usual cost.
Call and Leave yonr Orders Tor a Few
my 3 2t
II. VOSS, Upholsterer, Merchant 8L
FAMILY BUY STORE !
E EXPECT TO RECEIVE LARGE
FRESH 1 CHOICE GOODS
OUR COODS ALL COME BY RAIL
Consequently ice can ywirantte fitf FRESH
Santa Clara, Soda,
"Water, Milk, Wine,
Cream, Boston, Etc.,
Kxtra Choice Hams and Bacon,
Hazard's Potted Meats,
Devilled Meats and Poultry.
A Small Lot of that Splendid
LARD in Pails !
FIKST COME, "T SERVED.
Cod Fish, Smoked Beef,
Kye and Buckwheat Meal,
RAISINS, CHEAP !
tca Moss Farina, Boston Cider Vinegar.
li-. Cranberries !
A few of those nice Jams and Jellies, in wood.
By the pound, kilt or half barrels, ihe anly ones In
Nuts of fill Kinds!
FAMILY APPLE SAUCE,
Made to our Order from FRESH APPLES !
Cranberry Sauce, ditto, try It.
California Honey, . Napa SoJa, cures everything.
DURET'S SALAD OIL!
Soups, Sheep and Ox Tongues,
Ilahhit, Came, Etc.
French Pates, all kinds; Maple Sugar.
FAMILY EXTRA FLOUR I
SAiooxa r i 1 o t jBroad
ia whole and quarter cases.
ALD KIYS FRUITS
in great variety,
try them once, j-ou will use no other.
We invite all to Call and examine our
Goods, and guarantee satisfaction.
FREIL & LAINE.
tfX , ALL PERSONS ARE NOT I FIE It
f V to cocie t-i MARI A ;d rikira cr prove their amir.aj
U.ai o.ay be ra".a.r.f fa th' a:4 of Maaoa, KCaaaha.ki.
S'tio: is Kua. aa:a. '..,.ia rr.e tn -:;. h frvn tlaie, ao 1 all
ucbrarJcd ar..n-.i rur:B-r.g at largi: af.cr cue mouth iil l"
claJu.e.1 by i.e cn.ifrt ford.
April iiid, 1U. (aj i S. ANTREWA.
jyaa. ALL PERSON'S ARE NOTIFIEI NOT
JV4 tj THKSl'AS on the lanos of Maikwa. Kabana
i a aalkl. Krawaala and Kaaakala without
pers-.testoa oader pet U j of a Cne of r each an.l evx-ry
offence, exorpfceg tl.osa wba cay hare braaa4 awk
mauir-ic jointly on adjoifciBa lands.
Aprtl iJ. 18T. (ayttSt ) S. ANDREW
HAVING PC R CHASED THE Bt'SI
ness aad gocJ wal of the
Hair Cahlos sad Shaving lMaklUhmeit
of Mr, V. O. BLAKE, on Mere-bant Street, opposite the
Sa.loi's Home, w!l be hap.y to wait on tis friends and the
public peurrailv. aud WiU dj h:s b--t to give satisfaction.
ai l 3tu
DISOLUTION OF cdPARTNERSHIP.
'I'll E COPARTNERSHIP Hftetafare Ea
JL ii o between A. W. J L lD atvi It. W LA IN K, la tha
elrocery and Fred uinaa, at N. 62 Odd Fellows' Buddinf
p - . . i r . . . ... I . ...... 1 kH Mi.t.i.l ' '.
I or rireei, iivKKTiaiu, ia uuta uaj uihuiiwi . j
a w. Jl ll.
llGBvlula, March 31st, 1ST4. ap4 K. W. LA INK.
1111 E INTEREST OF A. AV. JCII IN
the above business, and Arm having beeu purchased I y
KlW. B. I KIKL. ihe unJeraigned, the baioea will herrsrter
le conducted under the name and atjla of I Rt.lL A Mia . I
the new firm assuming all the liabilities of the late rtnerhip,
all persons iadebted lo the late firm ef Judd Laine, are re
quested to settle as s.xn as possible. KDW. U. 1 UK1L,
K. w . i.Al.-xa
Honolulu. March Sl.t, 1ST4. apa r KklL ar LAlNa..
BUFFUarS HALL FOR SALE.
FOR TERMS. i
tf feU B- B. DOLE.
TO LET OR LEASE
THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES ON
Alakea Street, fornierly occupie-1 by . A. 1 BRKK
W OOD, Esq. For Particulars ajly ta
leli tf J. P. iru.
vl, THOMAS JOSEPH IIA 1
Iwl . .....i . l.rnf A ttornr V. is fullv
. 11 T lUg I - " . ... - - - - - - - -
empowere.1 lo act for me duriug my tetnporaiy abseuce noau
me Hawaiian iiano. .,
apll st (Signed.) JAMta n. aatiiftua..
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
mill1 I'l It M iV KE1I.UIIA sV I'A.ir.r.
I Aim salved on the 21st day of March All bills
...io.t ihe late firm nn to that date Will be settled by David
Kealona, ana 01 an nma aac uk uw " " k-"vm
made to David Ke aloha.
Honolulu. uaio ivr.Ai.onA,
AprUlS, 1974. (ap!8 3t) D. PANRK.
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
SPOKES 1 TO 3 1-2 INCHES. HICKORY
RIMS Ash and Hickory, 1 to 2 Inches;
HUBS All aises.
FELLOES For Ox Carta, assorted slaea, Oak and Ash
SHAFTS Wagon and Carriage, finished and rough;
POLES Wagon and Carriage, Buished and rough; 1
Hhlfflf trees, Singletrees,
Cross Bars, Voles, Seat Rails,
. , Seat Spindles,
Wtjron and Bnppy Bows 1
Always Keep n Hand and made lw Order.
Ox Oirt Wheels and dirts.
Which J am prejxired to HELL CHEAP.
ALHO, IV HAND.
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber 1
Having purchased the eullre stock of carriage material from Dil
lingham At Co., I am prepared to fill City and Country Orders
promptly and at Reasonable Trices.
DIFFERENT BTYLE8 OF
of my own manufacture, constantly on hand, and
n,h21 3m 74 and 70 King Street, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Bark Ka Moi f
129 DAYS FROFi. BREMEN,
JKV STYLES OF PRINTS, Fassry. Pink
Aw and White Ground ; Mourninfr, shawl pattern.
Brown, White and lilue Cottons. Heavy -Denims,
Ticking, Turkey Red, Fine French Muslins,
Victoria, Lawns, Veil Haree, Linen and Cotton Fheeting,
Blue Twilled Flannel, Irish Linen,
lilack Coboursrs, Blue Cobuurps. Italian Cloth,
Waterproof Tweeds, White Moleskin,
Blue and Black Broadcloths, Heavy Black Doeskins,
Diagonal Tweeds, Pilk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchief,
Mosquito Netting, Heavy Silk Umbrellas,
Socks and stockings.
Assortment of Clothing!
Fashionable Neckties and Cravats,
Linen and Cotton Bosom and Fancy Calico Shirts,
Hickory Shirts, Ladies' and Oent's Kid Uloves,
Heavy Woolen Blankets,
A Fine Assortment of Shawls.
Hemp Twine, Linen and Cotton Thread,
Lubin's Extracts, Eau de Cologne,
Lavender Water, Hair Oil, Fancy Soaps, &c.
A LARGE MR OF FAMY GOODS
Black Jet Ornaments,
Hair Pins, Qlasa Buttons,
Amber Cross, Brooches, tc, C.
Fine and Common Scissors,
Fine and Common Pen and Packet Knives,
Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives, cocoa handled.
English Saddles, French Calfskins.
Large and Desirable Assortment.
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Hut. Luck's W hite Zinc,
White Lead. Paint Oil.
Black Paint, Red Lead,
Kerosene Oil. Alcohol In 1 Gallon Ixmijohns,
Coynac in Boxes, Fine and Table Claret,
Lo bfrauonmilrh Rhine Wine,
A Small Lot of Fiue Hungarian Wioes,
Seltser Water, Fine Liqueurs,
German , Scotch and Norwegian Ales, qla. and pis.
Fine Havana and German Cigars,
Vienna Hocking Chairs, Sefas, Chairs, Wardrobes, Writ
ing Desks, and other Furniture.
Galvanized Iron Pipe, 1-2 and 3-4 inch;
Steam Pipe, 1-4 to 1 1-2 inch;
Charcoal Tin Flaxes,
Block Tin. Babbitt's Patent Metal,
Perforated Brass, for Centrifuiralsi
Sheet Zinc, Montx Yellow Metal an.l Nails,
Hoop Iron, 8, 3 4, 7-. 1 and 1 1-4 Inch,
Fence Wire, No. 4, 6 and 6;
Best Refined Bar Iron, all size,;
Keg Bivets, Lanterns,
Portland C-raent, Fire Bricks, SUt,
Stockhalm Tar, Stockholm Pilch, Coal Tar,
Fire Clay. Bath Bricks,
Blacksmith's Coal in Casks,
Hemp Packing. Hide P .ia..ii,
Demijohn. Birch Brooms.
Gak Boats for Coasters Oil Shrunk Shooks,
Petroleum Barrels for Tallow Containers,
And many othor Articles too
Numerous to Mention.
SAMPLES NOW OPEN!
FUtt SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & Co.
SUBSCRIPTION WORKS 1
THOS. CS-. THRUM,
tl'POINTED AGENT FOR THE Ha
waiian l.ail f rtt.a i.nU.win Ntw Woiss. leave
to oot.ly te public lt hul acr.puoa H-xkt l the asAiS
SPECIMEN PAGES OF GENERAL
JO II N SON'S WORK.
bare been received, aad Pampte Copies of each of the others.
Mark Twain's New Book,
A. TALK Vt TO-DAY.
Wr;ti.-n rouV.int1 t MARK TWAIN an 1 OIARLW
M-i.i trv wani,'n Bt.irn.ILI1 Illustrated! elaiiMag
atwut r0 larje octavo );ea. well overrun with eiigiavlogs
History of the Golden Stalo
and Ihe Hep ions West i4 the Kov ly Maui.Uiua. by K. Gsy
RICE A.OO. CLOTH.
Cyclopedia of Things Worth Knowing,
iir "S (KM Wants hurl-lied. A b. c i.tainiiis ne
tliusua.) an hundred rnlunni nn t-tMl royal Mtava-siaed
pae. N a aupetnuuua iecci In Uia tkua. an ara
value. W ill give reliable intormation Un every lta(iballa
subject. It ia new iu everytbiiif. arrancrment. mailer, type, etc.
PRICK 4 .OO, SIIREP.
1-1 onlt lx ii t TI o 111 o !
The ablest FAMILY MKD1CAL WORK now estaut, sbuwiae
how lo preserve health, lirolJiia: life, cure uiteasa, anSarttaiHi
the r.haalral conditions " matrrtiitv. the pr"r ianaraariil
of lolanta, aud diacasslnc tlie entire physkral well brinir of
man. with a very lare oolleoOon of tbe lataal ana ao
ble medical reacr.plioiis. Ily W. W. HAUA. M., M M.,
Editor of Hall's Journal of Health, etc.
PRICE 5.00 CLOTH l II.OO SHEEP.
Geii. el os. i:. .ToliiiMtoiiN
NARRATIVE eF M1LITAHT OI'ERATKN. directed by
him durlnj the late war b?twecn the htales. This is tha Arat
authentic oonlribuUou from a aou'bern military sourrw, asxl Is
written Iu Ihe terse, Inoi.ive aud vi id title (or hkbllsruii
Mill author Is ao justly rrnownad.
PRICE O.OO CLOTH I ) SHEEP.
T. IS Af.ENT FOR TH E II AW All-
AM ISLANDS lor V. Arrt.aiO.-s at i.u. s
Among whirl) are
Seward's Travels around the World,
Burton's Encyclopedia of Wit and Humor,
Smith's Dictionary or the Bible, .
Life of Robert E. Lee, ka.
All rinlert will le forwarded as fast as practicable. The second
jaUb iuvow of the above Js exacted shortly.
THE SECOND INTERREGNUM
VN EXCEEDINGLY I NTKRKITINQ
docuiuent for Home and Fori lnu n-aders, U.ing a c-oiu-plete
resume of the recent events from the death to the burial
of His kit Majesty LLNAULO, at eompllwl from all lbs
articles published touching upon the same,
Including all the Campaign Documents
ISSUED, many of which have been traunlaleJ frum Hawaiian
erpressly for this Issue.
Tbe iper will be of about 20 par- of the else of the
FU1END 1-2 a li 1-8 liK-hrs) and will be embellished with A
rhotopraph of IIM Majesty KaULani!
(Cabinet size) arronianled by Biographical Sketches.
A numlier will be put up In Wrappers ready lor Una de
siring copies for mailing.
PRICE PER COPY. ONE DOLLAR!
Orders (rum abroad will be attended to remittances can be
made in stamps, and must include jKwtsge. ( , .
THOS. . THRUM.
fc 29 ' Publisher Honolulu, IL
RICE DRAN I
CHIT LAN A- CO, MJCANir STREET. HAVr.
For Sale HICK Bit AN, a good article for Horse Feed or
for Fowls and Hop, at 74 cents per bag of SU lbs.
BROKEN RICE FOR CHICKEN FEED,
at Ono and a Half Cents per pound.
fllllK IMTKLIC ARE IIEREIIV NOTI-
1 tied that JUbbPlI DCCI1A LirK V baa no aullnwltr to
sell any U-alhrr or material made al Ihs K ALA V AG TAN
NERY, nor to Incur any expenditure on account of the same,
except through the undersigned.
-J. I. DO Wf KTT.
Honolulu, March 17, 187.1. ' ' sahzj' ,
LUMBER, LUMBER I
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR MALE,
Boards, Planks and Battens.
Nor West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
Bough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
A N D
BOORS, fflJIIOU'S MI) IllMIS !
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT.
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
FOR PLANTATION USE.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND PLANTATION USE
WHITE EASTERN EINE
HOARDS AND PLAN KM.
WALI PAI'ER !
ALL OTHER BlillDIJG MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
el3 3m int.
, H'nr n ui"