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T 6 t n arrivi: ixi e our list Lave b. eoM iy 2It.
America? h v r C. M. Ward, fr ui Guar.o !:.ir.,: J ij.e
Cd, A- ' Unu'i p Cj j hrenea, fr.m Auck'.:.., via I'j..
The tX' uliT hrt bo n 11. CjJ htr,rt, ( r Kan Fran
cis ; Si'.i. V'ni. II Ar.. f r Tah:ti. with rv.tl-.
PORT OF HONOLULU, II. I.
A KKIV.I I.i.
31 Clmr Roane.. Marchanl. frotu Nawiliwi.i, Kauai.
31 s hr Ali,i. K i' (u-, Irr.oi I f .1-. Hawaii.
21 Dr Wtriii k, Ktiioa. bn KtUiii. Molokai.
21 .",, .Nettie Merrill. C rane, from l.atiaioa. Maui.
31 rVbr Mi.e Morris. Lima, fr fn MoUk.u.
31 Am f-chr C M Ha1, Itickriian. 24 days fr-.m '.usrw
I Rett toil. Kaai, from Motoaa. Kauai.
1 !-fcr Fairy Vi J'ro, h.r,a, fui ilar.a.n, Kauai.
2 Brit iimr Cyjh runes, W-xl', 21 dj f.-'.m Aa- k-
too.1. N Z.
2 Hrhr Rr.h H'j, J.m, fr ta Molot. Kvui.
3 hr Keom Ana, Kaukir.o. f r -ro KuJ i
.1 hr Wa. ,:a. Abu.hala. ff.rn Maliko, Maui.
4 hr J-nny. HiUli'i, frn W a iuea 4l Koto. Kauai.
-f'lif Mirf f:i!-D. J.ui,fr..rn K d.aia. Ilawa.i.
5 hr K it-4, Powers, from Kahulul. Maoi.
6 . hr kama.ie, f liol.ea, frro kut.hv, lliwui
6 rhr L .lama, l .v. from K'u4 Kau. Ilaaa.,.
6 A in itmr M.ka-b. M.re, rJ das fin ra: Iiim j-
j SA Tl UPA V. JT.Xf: c.
j TitK dii'tt' c-nry-i a wrcn imj .rwi;n when
its-tvi: "(u Weinc-Jiy latt, Att-rnej ien
! cril Hart well re--iTil his "t in t!.o Cabinet,
! which wi- f. ilow. l the next lay y tl:e rofijna
j ti hi of Mr. Wi J. riinnn, Mii.i-U r of the I iit.irijr."
Thf vjpr'iift vtn coritfl in the omiion of the
j fact that all the Mini.-u-r, including thoe of
; Fi .reign .fi.iir ar.J f ir.ance, t-iit their resina
' tivns t'j Hi M.ijt v in 'I hur'.ij, w h wa plea--J
hiweTer ! j acejt viAj uf tho: of the Minister
! of t.c Ii.reriyr ar. i the At torr.tr v General.
A r a'-e T '-ine iixi j-rt a i;.t- l.ne been brought
in the I .ltrv Curt f.y McColgan A Jokruon
aain-t F. Mre, Caj tam of t!ie teatnthip Mi-
!. jer.Jcr.t S vorci. I hit the i-nth f t!:c Ktrs The inc fr. ni Cr'n Ut Is bvu! 1 ir.to the
within n few monthi of the ci irati..-n of the year Treasury, tl'. the Kic' E'.irj Le Hxcl at about
of no: ice required, rreTeuu-d ai'.y further action i
in the matter, atiJ cince then our o-xn internal !
aflairs havo !en in FtieJi a conJitiu a- to rre-
.IiiJ'.- the Cjri !eratiun of treaty matter. i?o
that Hawaii cei nw r resents to the civilized j
world the Fjectacle of a nation struggling out of
harbarLem, and d-'Mrviis (ad witne? the crwijof
rtiti:n) ofbani.-hing the curee of intern jcrance
from its midst, but fjrbidden to do o by its
trt-atiea with the leading civilized powera of the
world, who claim the privilege of continuing to
aetid it their wines and trandieu.
On Tuesday the A j r rorriation Dill, which had
been a week in the hands of a Ptcial Committee,
waa reported back to the IIviie without aiaend
ment, avowcily fr the jurrse of giving it to
the reorganized Mluistry, to remodel. Thia wad
eventually done, but not without a f i irited op-
SO hr I'iUmi. Irv, f.r K'r. an.J Kl'i. Ili'aa.
3 iat.'-, i urk. f .r It r.a. Mini.
1 Mrur KiUu-. Marrfatl, t .r Maui afij llaoa.i.
1Hrhr IVutj-k, KaUwa.a. t.r Kil.u;. a. M .l .a
1 r--r.f MW Mvrrji. Lire a. (- Mi.Waj.
1 ry-Ut Anme, K-Min.-. r llilo, Hawaii.
1 hr Majiikl. K alixian, tvT .Nliil KlUli.
'i i.-hr Fairy Uini. Kaalna. I Ilaua:i, Eaiial.
jr. Ur Jaainta. C I ia.i-.it. t,t Maialua.
a Hr.i mar 1 j.t.fTrt, W tori "raxirir-.
3 i-hr Nriti M'rrill, Crin, tr l.ah i.:.-i, Jliui.
a t. r I uka. Kaai. 1 ' r Mola. Kaaai.
3 f.-hr R'xb Hoy. Jim, f .r Mallko. Maul.
4 Sf hr Wai.-la, Ah i.briU. f r Maiiko, M'ii..
6 i". rir J-nny, H;::-ii-r, f'r Kot'an l Nnhrv i.
6 b f.r Kr-oni Ana, Kaivkma, t r K oiau
6-IU br. Vni 11 WW a, II !-rt,ni.J. r, J. r Taliiti
( Koia ar Ki Ht hr l. itauia. a.: ihi r
loa KoHtLt-f Eir Mary EiI--a,maiM t.m r d.
F'u KaiirLii hr K Mol, lail on Moiwlsy.
Fo WntwtiD Poit rimr Kilaara. aa! on MmJiT.
VKJfiEW IX I'OKT.
ISH 8iKrU, Captain W m K. Il'-ikinj.
Am br: M'.rninc Htar.
Am arhr ' M WarJ, Rirkman.
A in attnr M.k-ul , M'jorr, dij h ir; i.;.
rnr or Kmitl, .. S..ul rardt ttkain- Aj.rsl 21tl J
fxiiiaiili, lona, iltiama, to whalir? (rrmrHl. with part o
original car 27h, John HowUnil, 3-l lori, Co, to wh:tlii.g
nnil"'jJK r.ajt .f original rarfo.
liiKwal aii..if: April aTth. Atlantic, XJl torw, lirnwn,
Icoot btlit( (piumU, witlt 0 bafrcla t-tim U ao. &ou t.ir
r! whake oil, ml 2,5x fr ,nr; 'Jtin, Itaiiiltoir, 3S1 ..n,
;ray, from wlialin fro.m.I. ith 3JO barrel fi- rm oil, 37u
barrel whale utl, ami l,j r, txn.
Kcruar or H. iiooxn C. M. W'n, Hit mu, M.t a
Lfl II rv.ltilu Slach .10th, ari'l bal light wialj first 21 hour;
then took frr.h ttilta from t!)4 catwarI. ?ight:. (Jhriatmaa
Iatarul Apr U 7ih, arriveU at Jariia Ialml April th; left Jar.
Emlrrbiiry April 10th-, arrired April 11th; kft F.ixlr
lory fcr Bakrt'a April 18th; arrive-! April 10th; Irfl Bak-r'a
fir HowUn.r on the 2!st; arrivtl lb aan; Jay au.l Irft tor
Ihmolula an tb 23.1, haj aijualljr wtatf.fr witn fain most of
th f)r Jlay loth, in Ut e ,N, li.r.j 161 s 3y
V . by d-al nrrkoninj. saw a e-am.-r atrrinj M ; nf.pjal
it li t th Auttralian teaser frowi IIfitutu. In Lit 1.J 3 4i
i, I..OX 11 3 iiV W,n a vrmcl atccrina; W.SW. In Lit la -6W
.N, k-n: 163 IV IV, mw a Urg tree abKit'Tu or 60 feet
bn. whirn (.Kuk.-.l very murli he a boat with m n in it. .r
rivwl in llofKaulij May .llat.
Hilcj from F.n.l. rhury Ulan.l F.r Europe s Slii, Inlr
il. Marra 1'rth, with 1..h$ t-m, i'.en Urrrn, Mau d 21th
with l.ava ton-, J ihaiiua i luler, April th, with fcij t.,. " '.
RtroiT or Ttn.nif Miri, Moose, I'onannr.a. '
1'"I Ouiil. n tJate at 11 r May 27th, with a lr-h br-.-front
the SK, atut fine bracing wraihrr whii b Uwt.i! f,.r tw-,
day, whn the lrmpralure h rame ronaul-raMy uiii.!. r, lidt
brcrj. a .raJually roumlinj into the NE, tral. whirh rititni
uJ aatil arrival. The pnaaoj Ihrouf h-ajt, orcapyiii 9 .lay ,
mark'.l by a cocitimutnre of Oik: lavuraMe wtat!i r. Ar
' ".nlulu Jun v:h, at 11 r x.
W. 1't.iKrK. I'uracr.'
I l ! KT5.
roniiion from the imrracticable?. who in this
had.,, u recuver fr .m the defendant a debt alleged inst3nce had a good deal of arrarent rcan and
propriety on their eide.
The Minii'.trbculJ lo rut at ?4,000. Tie mili
tary sb. uM do a p rt of the police duty, so as to
JiaiicL-'u the eJer.se cf tbtse departments as mach
m posit!e. TLt LcjzU'.ative con.pen?iticn sbouli te
fixed at ?K) cr 1 per scssicn. Tie JuJiciary
might pcrbap be remcdeled to w to ulclnib the
expense witb&ut impairing its eSciency.
To carry cut sotsetbirg cf this kind will require
patriotism and eeif-deniil, but the Legislature doubt
less possesses both in both its native bcrn and natu
ralized members; anl such a reform and retrench
ment will secure ta them the confidence and respect
of larger and more powerful states, and do more to
perpetuate their independence than almost any other
step they can take.
If the Constitution requires to -bechanced it can
be dvne if the people will it, and in the meaa time,
persons cf character may Le funi who will rmi.ii
nally hold the Ministerial and Gubernatorial cSlces
i-ar c.u m
l' rx aa hic!i
c Ft ifi iVr t!i ?
::lc ctitivlMn ia
i y a Cv t:; mit tee
:i, c.-.s rtt, I itl.evc,
be prints 1 1" pirt..-alar
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: :' ' A'.' : r . '
! fcta I a.-k :. r a :-.w 1 u f
j order to make 1-: ief rv:'.r.:.ce t ; r
I Te appearei iu the li-: p-.-.. i;.
i cC'Htb, anJ wblcli Lave i r... i.
' tbe coarse ef strtv: ccnvcr.-a:.:.a.
I Tbe sail hit p tge, Ul - j rvv: b-i
! c: tne . M. C. A...- ,
claim the right a--iur.;ci I v
cuorcaes, c-t U.cg mtvu id nly K r the tvdii. cf
members cf suc'a cLurcbi-s, aiiJ tertfore tree
from outside criticism; for tbe Association, as Lh
iU name and its cctstitutkn in j. c ite, !.v i Is no sec
From what 1 knew cf tbe As-.itlvn and vl tbe
committee, to which tbe remark a'.lu led to are at
tributable, I .Vti tare, tut ...;.;v that tbvv have
caused much regret t.. (I tbb.k 1 y jiv) a'.l
members if tbe Association, but that tbe writer
mutt, upon reconsideration, Lave alsv regretted the
OREGON PILOT BREAD !
Inn s kks.
Columbia River Salmon!
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VM A I.I.
Iarr i f
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TO LET OR LEASE !
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
THOSK OKM KAIU,K I'ltKMhCS ON
A:k-a .rrtt. f..n.i y wu; rJiy.A. lMiKlCK
CK'i'. r.r t'r .icu r, ii-' v't
AMERICAN MESS BEEF
SAI.K IN HUM) 11
H01.I.KS 4 Ctl
42 T. I MAR II A Ms. I'OK Stl.K
TV ir. 1 1
1 JLLt.- x iv.
COTTON DUCK !
;niut t r.ua,U-r, ti taie luw I jr
prvtable haste t r ether aln . rtual circut
t- be du' the phtiritilTd frin on- Tuttle, wh left
on the Mika! i, t,n the la.t voyage l',e C'oloni,
a i-? albg'-d vritii viit a j a'rj-jrt. The law in its
term? rr.nke th master of a fehip liable f r the
debt or any .t.-wner vvboiu be o.invy" out of
the Kind im witlivtit a i,o.--jrt. In this ca.se
the plaintiff!! cuiin-f 1 sued fr a pr-xxt-ri of arrest
a-iinf-t the defendant, off rin lnds in the 6iim
A $1'H. in ea?-e he failed t et judgment. The
defendant'!! coun'scl made a ejeial app-arance,
thowin cau-e why the arrct-t fehould not he or
dered under our lawn, and why high bond should
be required if an arr'-et was ordered, lit tbeo
made a general appearance to the summons, and
filed a plea t- the jurisdicti-m, on the ground that
the cae ought to be brought in Admiralty.
There are M-veral interesting iicftijn9 in the
cafe, which wc presume will not be allowe to
rest t-hort of a final d iHion by the Supreme
Court. .Mr. W. C. Jones ap.4.-ared for the plti'n-tiC-,
and .Mr. A. IS. Ilartwell for the defendant.
without pay, whiat the real acting Ministers and taj, nrrr T.fiV, , ., , .
f, ... , , . j pcrmwteJ thvir utterance; and that tl.vir author
I'bow fit lnLivna Prr V. Jl. Warl, June ,t; )
fc lllil MetiU. 2 pkz lauano Katiit lit) tni4y l'am-1, 2
bxm Dhrlia, bhta .ul, 1 M-'ld'-on tj A 'lit Ouarxf Co. '
Faow "tour n At rtttsp Prr Cyphrrnra. June 2. :
47 cmla R'j. 1 hmf rVii, i rn Wine. 1 r- ira-ry, I MiJ
Kant t. A r4 i,hnhnfu; I rw )M! I. J T WiI'tIi.kuc; lie
fatal.iea to II Mirforbtne; l ,ajr H.,s;irs t0 p l),m,,l,oe; 79
kc Huttrrt.ill IU.-kt. Ll. I M.lac t T 11 luK-a; 1 re
rLr.l4. rnx'l Uit.U to Kev 11 li.uvcy.
I a.7n Fk iii prr Mika.l, Jiuie tth: 15 pk
t'ra kera. i ck H im, a cm Cheese, to aka l'tal. l. ;V
A.laai; 1 lr.l,.-in' . Af. nc A Arhark; 1 rli ii,, 1
, . ,n, y , n. .in
4 rejiM I'aprr ! J UU k; a raarllf; t. C .VI t'.j..kr;
pk iu-l. i M L l.i Iiilhrutkaut A. '; 1 nr ,V.e i i
' i.llWt 4 Co; Ctpk M.- t- I'.jtik l'hn A Co; Ul d
pMviaiutia, 3 ak Itcana. f ulla lo I rcil A lioe; H
ra M.lae to tirlnhanm Co; I l.t.l V hnk'y. II r M.Ue to W
I. ;rern; 1 rae Lfi.1, I .! hteitl, pk; UJ-s to E U Hall Jt
font can C cirl to llollit. r A. Co; 1 c Tot arro. 47 ka
M.I . Uman Proa; 37 ! 1 .lo Sample lo K ll.iflK-hUe-
to; 1 1 do V ine. JS ca W hiakey l Chaa Long; 1 cm
Aitla to M Mrlnemy; Ti pk(a io to T Moaaman Ac H.10; 6!
- 21 aka -.tat . 14 .lo Jatt, 4 d Meal to II K
it-lntre J!ao; 100 pkj MJae. 25 aka Tulalo, i rm lli.iotia
.4.. Ilnry ys '.1 pkja MJae, 'i bmlla act 11 bar Iiwo, a
bhla Wlihlirn pkj M le, r Bitter. 1 r..ll Leather. 1
.14 UmC l Order; 1 VVaia l'ol to ' a rrttt; I rae
Hr.na to A W IVtrre 4c Co; M fkX Tobareo to M l'hi!!ia
Jk Co; Ibxfhoea to Ira Ra barlo; 17 kga MJc lo ui(
llwi'll 9 balrs atal t ra . lib! c W ino to F A Prkvl. r
Co; 1 ee Hni to E Win-hs A. Co; 10 Mrr, Kanr-.
brul'a Cbarcout I uriiaa , 6 do llo0.Fwware. 1 rae M.Iae, 1 ilo
fUat-T Paris to ti J.-J 'Ucn A. Co; 3 but II II t:kl to II J
Taylhr; 1 do Me, 1$ fkg do to 8 t; Wikier Co-, 40k
Hour lo J T Wat-rhouae; 1 rw Hardware. 4 ij.rinr, b bn.ll
liana toll W rat; 7 ykm I'urnaure. do ticwinf Mai hioe 10
C It Williams; 2txi aka I knu to Yuia Uuaa.
U.NviiiTioAiii.v tlie public expectation was
disipjiointed on WcJnt-day, when it was fuurul
tliat the government Femi-GfLVial organ contained
no word of authoritative exjilanation as to the
real causes which led to the late dissolution of
the Cabinet. The d'aftt i-i only " led to infer ".
that the want of harmony among Hid Majesty's
adviser.- was in conr.ecti m with the Approj.ria
tion Iiill, nnd eo the j.ublie, who arc immediately
and particularly interested tin to who hold the
rceponoible oflices in the administration of the
g-jvernment, are nIo "left t infer," in a de
moralizing t-tate of uncertainty ns to what really
were the causes which have deprived the country
of the tcrviees of two valu'-d public ofBcers.
Jlut though oDicial Bourcc affjrd no eucli in
fjrmation nd is defired, we can state upon un
doubted authority, that the rircumfdance which
alone caused the retirement of the late Attorney
(cncral. from the Cabinet, was the inability of
that gentleman to eupjort the Budget as it had
been prepared by his colleagues, and as it wan
placed liefore the AswrnMy and the country. Oh
thin issue, finding Li advice overruled, he took
the only course left nj-n to a high-minded and
conscicntiouH public hervant, nnd tendered his
retaliation. And what is the result ? We eee
the Ministry adopting the very course in regard
to the budget which wan urged by their late col
league, and the advocacy of which by him was
the cause of the Jack of " harmony " in the
Cabinet. The individual member of the Minintry
wliose u.J vice it now apjars was prudent, pat
riotie and practicable, in thrown overboard, while
those who persistently and to the bitter end op
jiosed that advice, retain ohVe and, inconsistently
enough, themselvis adopt the policy to defeat
winch they dissolve! the Cabinet. If there li
TIjC Ministry gave notice of a bill to abolish
the office of 44 becTctary at War and of the Navy."
Shades of the venerated and venerable past 1
What are we coming to? This is j-ortentous of
the abolition of a juantity of red tape.
The bill providing for a charge of five dollars
for stopping a imseport, was indefinitely post
poned, only to be reconsidered the next day.
Now while the Bubject is before the House, it is
to be hoped that it will receive the attention that
it require?, with a view to the removal of some
of tbe liabilities of ship-masters who may be so
unfortunate as to unwittingly convey absconding
debtors out of the kingdom. Indeed, we are
informed that it is tbe intention of the Govern
ment to introduce a bill which shall make proper
provision for euch cases.
The revised Appropriation Hill came in on
Wednesday, the Ministry having made good us'
of the less than twenty-four hours in which they
had possession of it by reducing the gross sum
appropriated some $127,XM). The following are
the principal items of reduction proposed by the
M in inters :
Governors will Jo the wxrk.
Ey this method, tbe chief benefits of tbe measure I
can be realized ai tct, pending su?h changes in tbe j
Constitution as nujr be deemed necessary cr desira- f
ble. Tbe salaries cf clerks cf departments, and I
i nas ukc.y f eeii amiuus, ere they saw daylight, to
modify or withdraw them.
There is ntbiu,; ia tbe constitution vf the V. M.
C. A., so far as I know, which shcabl preveut even a
conscientious Kcrnaa Cathulij from sharing in its
DOWNER S KEROSENE !
Jl SI KKi'KIVKI) I'KR KDWI.V, PKO.M
A1.MI. DEVOK'S KP.KONK.N h
in a:. :.t . aus. jt tJa in. fjr sale by
ISOLLIj! A CO.
. , . , otjects aud membership; and I beueve that m ad
diminished : eeneonttv hrr in ) M;nArc;k;iM. ! .
7 ' - r - .vv.n.j j dressing yCU I am but expressing the
1 ' ..a i - i op.itM. a iic i-rpuriiaeni ci
MANILA CIGARS ! j
4 VKWIXVOICKOKTHOSESl PKRIOIt !
rV t.fiiu.ne t. ii.-:r, iut nveirtsl an.l for 'e bv i
Life Insurance Company
IN THC UNITED STATES.
SAML 0. WILDER,
n-.9tf Auf-t lot the llnmniinw I.I.. H.l.
PoLLr A CO.
on!v ff ninnv 1 1 1 t i ;h.-ru ikl.. l.. .n . . i .i ... .
" 7 .7 , 7 - vub tue uetta vr Fort lroct cimrcbes, but of
I . ti r . .r n a.- a I w iL tb wJ.a 1) ! AT X' T T 1
"'- w tiamp- members who. like :
TO LET !
Strike out approi.riatinn for new palace
ftrikecul appropriation (,r new ateanier
strike out appropriation, importation of brrediug atock
ReUut e appropriation lur aaiieaiori
Reduce salary police juntice, liilo
Reduce nalary ulii juti-e, l.al.aina
Strike out aalary I). j.uty Marsha!
Reduce aalary clerk Attorney fieneral
ftrike out ajipropriation for mueura.
tti.yt.l,,s mir, ju.rt, t nir-.txiirably liich-toi.e.l ...
all Chif, we Tall to it.
We are n.t, and never thall be, the partisans
of any man or set of men cither in or out of
office, but we hold the rrinciple that the main
tenance of a high standard of official consistency
an.l dignity are ultra essential to the preserva
tion of public confidence in any Ministry. ,
To Ha I'tururo-rr Cyphwoe. June .TJ:
Baouoaa, brvcha... 4. O llorae llijca, .Lf ....
Ifc-wl l.ear. ca ft Plant. r
Caronnat Oil, oka.... Si Rice, ba...
fail Kkina, pea 20 shella.ra
liiufer, ca 4 Guitar, pkra
ti.ial tikina, bndU Ii Tgrt fholla, c...
Ilulea, l j4
alue IMseaUc..U.loU.10; Foreijn....f i,2Si 2).
Fou Taairtrer Win. II. Allen. June 5th:
kreaJ.ea... ManiU Hope, coila
Heef. pk 8 Molaaaea, bbla
Huckeu. biulU 9 MJje, k(t
t attle. heaJ 8uar, pka
11 aril ware, ca. ......... 3 "alt. bag. ............
liune. No............. 1 Tobacco, r.k ...... ....
IUijii.ir, pk. ......... C 1
Value DomeatM; . . $ J.9-J 1.64 ; Foreija $ 1 ,6'J j. li
Fbom ."VtwmwtLl Per KIlane!t, May 3!t Hon P Ien
Ixtf. lion HOW iMer an.1 i rtiUren, Uiaa II Km. Sliia A
I'leuatOD, Miia Eveline, Mra M A Roae anJ 3 rhiUlren, 8 IV
Wilco-c, EeT D Dolt? an.l wife, 8 B Dole, J A Kodarh t and
rife, Henry Johnaoo, A WiUox, Mr Alhurtou, A 11 Smith. Mr
Ai, aol U deck.
Foa Wi-r" Pout Pt Kilaa-'a. June 1st J T VVa-
1 irrauuv, jr. in..j ) ca uiri'D. j i.irTtn. v l rmith
Mra LiHt-bram! and 2 dauhtera, Col Z S S'paldicr. wife and
I iaftnL, Ckaa Brewster aod wile. T Alean.!er, wife and 3
I rhil.lren, Mj Fannv Jnencer, F A A-haefc-r, .Mia l'.l,- s V
WMrwT, Pr J M mna,ilriEr; Ilitcbcork and 3 cl.iUren,
tr A kana an.1 w:ie, Mr Amaa ar! wile, and about 00 deck.
Faon nco lLaD Per C. M. War I. May 31st 1 J
Klnney, Capt F Kiblmf. B F Warren, Chaa PnUwen.Mr
ll.oea, C Tuak, and Dativea.
Faji Faasciaco Per CTpbresca, Jane 3d Mia M B
:rant. Miaa A McCuIIy, Ir II iacrenia!J, W II Knnia and
iB, Capt Uallatt aad wie, II M-.ngea, Mra M W lliochy. Jos
Viruuia. c Caak.-a aoJ wii, Jaa U Roberta, Ch Meat,
A A Relvero, Charlie, a Japanese, and ir Iran -In
Iron fjrdoey and AackUn.1.
Foa Triti Per We, n. AUlo, June 5tV-B AJoti.
RaU MoTdock, L KiU.
Faon ti Faasciaco Per Mikado. June 5th Dr J R
Kinney, Htr J Br ..'for, wire acd 3 children, J II Black and
aoo. E O ilouaton. v U IinxW, Miaa Rawell, John Marhar.
Kobt Maaon. T l.efiVn, & Chioamcn, and i-i ia tranaita Wr
Auckland and Hdney.
.MAR K IK I ).
Lal FaaiL In thia eiiy, at the r-'aidence .f the bride'
xm Her, Jane 2d. by Re. W. Frrar, Mr. K. W. UlU to
Mlas Lot; la J. FasiL, both of Uoooluio.
Noithox AI her residence, Powell street.' an Franciaco,
on the 3.1a of Mar, at . at , while (irinc birth to iwin.
Mr. Jaavia W. Noitho j, in Ibe aoth yea cf her ae.U be
loved ami only siater of T. aod F. Uajscklen, of Una cit.
Two ts-r - -.ra eencons preached eighteen
eV-indred years ago on a text prepared by V. M. C.
y.V.. and th Keverend Editor cf the Vritivl, June 1,
1371, a follows: " The girls will u 1 their limits
cf relifioos aapiration satisSed by attending mass
occasionally, and by joining La tbe public idolatries
cf Corptu Christi. Unless there is an earnest eelf
denjiog ejort made, the religion and social life cf
the mixed community caUidc cf Fort Street and
Kethel Churches will be much the skmc as that cf
paia, Cuba, or Mexico."
Extract from Sermon 1st :
The Phariaee atood and prayed thus with bimsclf.
Cod, I thank thee, that I ra cot as ctber men are,
extortioners, unjust, adulterers, cr even as this
From Sermon 2nd :
Though I speak with the tongues of men aod
angels, and Lave cot charity, I aia become as eound
in j brass or a tinkling cymbal.
Charity suffereth long, and is tlnd $ charity eo
fietli sot; charity vtunteth not itself, is net pnSed up.
Our record Jo--t w-ek cnd.l with Thursday's
pr.ceMing. On Friday the announcement of
the Ministerial chang.-s, with the bare statement
that they bad resulted from a want of harmony in
the Cabinet, very naturally took many of the
members by surpris?, and they showed it by their
silence. They failed to comprehend the whys
and wherefores', but they did not waste any time
in gueing at the riddle, and a riddle it doubtless
remains to them still. There was scarcely any
thing of importance transacted during the session
of Friday. The reports or the Judiciary Com
mittee, (majority nnd minority) on the contested
election in the district of Wailuku, were inter
esting. It has become a proverb with thoee
familiar with Hawaiian Legislatures', that once a I
Ileprescntative has taken his seat in the House, j
it is next b impossible to oust him, no matter
what may be proved in regard to the illegality of '
his election. Alter reading the statement of the !
Hon. Mr. Wilder, (the minorily of the Com- !
mittee) every one must feel convinced that for
the House to declare the election legal of the
member lor Wailuku, is to make a precedent that
will render future elections mere farces, and oc- j
casions for the display of trickery and dishonesty, !
that will leave the most civilized countries com- I
p&ratively in tip shade. j
On Monday the Committee to whom was re
ferred the bill fixing the number of hours that
bhall constitute a day's work, asked and obtained
further time, which is so for encouraging to the
opponents of the measure. We shall not be sur
prised if a majority ..f nietubers become con
vinced, before the final vote is taken, that the bill
is quite unnecessary and that its operation would
re-ally be an injury in the end to both employer
On consideration of the bill to abolish the
oGce of the Circuit Judge for the Inland of Oahu
a measure which this journal has advocated
since 1570 the new Attorney General created a
good impression for the Ministry, and one that
has served to strengthen them, by moving
amendment to the effect that the Justices of the
Supreme Court, to whom api-cals are hereafter to
be taken direct from the District Judges, shall
make p-eriodical circuits of the island to bear
euch appeals, instead of the people being com
pelled to bring their cases to Honolulu.
On Tuesday tho most noteworthy incident was
the report of the special Committee on the bill to
prohibit the sale of intoxicating drinks within
this kingdom, to the effect that it would be in
contravention of treaty stipulation?. First among
these, and on which treaties with other cations
in this particular hang, is the first subdivision of
Article 10 of the existing treaty with France,
which reads in these words:
Several other appropriations are 6omevhat in
creased , as follows :
Put the police of Hawaii up to... $10,2DC
i'ut the jolice of Maui up to.. Q IH
l"ut the police of Kauai up to " 3'loS
Put the roada and bridges on all the islunds lojooo
Nothing was agreed on in the House on Wed
nesday, over an hour having been consumed in
the discussion of the sum to be allowed for His
Majesty's Jloyal State and Privy I'urse. This
item tho Ministers report at $45,H)0, being
the sum placed in the original Budget, and the
probabilities are that that figure may be event
Tho bill introduced by the Hon. Mr. Bishop
on lliursday, " lo promote agricultural and in
dustrial pursuits in the public schools of the
Kingdom," is a most excellent move in tho right
direction, a move that 6hould have been made
twenty-five years ago. We copy the Bill entire
for general information :
A Act to roinote Agricultural and Industrial Pursuita in
the Putilic Sk-hool of the Kingdom. Be it enacted by the
King A c.
ec 1. It shall be lawful for the Board of Education to in
clude agricultural ami industrial pursuita among the branches
of instruction taught by the Public Schools of the Kingdom.
Sec. i. Tbe Board of Education shall have power lo pre
scribe the maimer, and designate the places in which such pur
suita ahall be conducted, aud also to determine the extent to
mtu inrjr snail t,e louoweu, either geuerally, or to suit partic
!ec. 3. For the purposes of this act, it shall be lawful f.r
the Board of Education, after due notice to the Minister of In
terior, to uae, free of rent, as much id any tJovernment land
not otherwise employed, as shall be advantageously cultirated
by the Teachers and I'opiis of any Public Hchool; and the
Teachers ami Pupils aforesaid (hall have the right 10 continue
lo cultivate such Government land, ao long as the same shall
rV:k.,lnr.,?i.di"l"'J' by Jhe Minister of Interior, or
disposal of the same'by the Muiinterof rrit'efror,"sutlicie"nf TiS
tice shall he givea to enable the removal of improvements, and
the gathering of growing crops, without loss to the owuers
r-ec. 4. Whenever it shall deem the same desirable, the
Board of Education may also acquire, on such term n v
be agreed upon, land, other lhan Government, that may be od
vantaooly m ployed for the purpoaea herein stated.
Hec. 6. All Bet roAta arisinr from aericntmrsl an.l in.l,...
trial pursuits uodi-r this act, shall belong to tho Teachers and
Pupils actually engaiced in such nursuiis. ami ahull tw .i.v;. 1..1
among tbe same in such proportions as the Board of Educa
tion shall d.-em projr; hut tiui provisions of thia lection shall
not be deemed applicable to schools otherwi reeulated bv
Sec. 8. All lairs at D resent in force, or th.it hn lx
hereafter for the government, discipline, and welfare of the
Public Schools ol the Kingdom, shall, in their operaiina be con
strued lo mcluJe the enlxrceuient of the proviaioua of this act
In relation to agricultural and industrial nnrxuita in i,,l
Sec. 7. Thia act ahall take effect from and after the due of
While we would gladly have pcen the principle
adopted in our laws that prison labor shall not
be allowed to compete with free, yet the Bill
which proposed to accomplish this reform was bo
hampered with other and impracticable provisions
that wo the less regret its indefinite postpone
ment on Thursday, after members had sufficiently
aired their eloquence and displayed their lack of
correct information on the subject generally.
shire, ' that from r.d opening some sixty years, there
has not been arnxg its inmates,, one clergyman,
lawyer, physician, editor, not one deacon, steward,
church warden, cbus-leader, nor son of a clergyman ;
and I have been able to learn cf but two persons
who at the time f the commission of the crime
were members cf any church." . Education is cne
great preventive cf crime, and it would be a mistake
tt economize here.
), The Legislature has done well to reject the bill
.'leffalizintr tbe Sale tf intf,lic4tincr ilrinlra In rtntivoa
. - 0 ij 1 III.U. fcg.
judge in the Uni;ed States eaiJ that "scarcely a
t rrimt rann liffV.r liim u.ii?. wna i
w " - - aaU ' "Va " AA J VO. IraAO 1 U Al I'V
directly or indirect! by strong drinks." Another to
the jury, If it weri not for this drinking yon and I
would have little tc do." Economy and wise and
impartial legislation will go far to promote and per
petuate the prosperity of the nation. Prodigality,
and partial legislation, will soon bring it to its end
For ike P. C. Advertiser.
The Question of the Day.
The tide of intemperance like a maelstrom swal
lows up property, character acd life beyond all
human computation. ,
Just as a tornado sweeps over a land, leaving des
olation behind, and men stand aghast with fear,
barely hoping to save themselves so good men have
looked at this fearful calamity, not knowing what to
do. The very magnitude of the evil unnerves them.
But tornadoes do not blow forever; and every mid
night is followed by morning.
.Vow the question comes in a practical form. How
long shall this wave roll over these islands? The
conflict is" cominz; who will come to the rescue?
And what shall we do ?
Let every man who has moral courage and who
believes in the final triumph of the right, stand
shoulder to shoulder in the unflinching confidence of
faith, and one shall chase a thousand.
' Sin is a coward, and tbe workers of iniquity hide
themselves in their dark places when their deeds are
brought to light.
Truth is the Ehot and shell the enemies of temper
ance cannot stand. Let us scatter light. Tbe his
tory of the past encourages us, and we stand on the
verge of greater; events.
Fifty years ago the man who dared to denounce
slavery was considered a fool, and his life waa some
times the penalty now that slavery is dead, he is
heralded as a martyr for the truth. Fifty years
hence what will be said of a government which ped
dles out an opium license for a few paltry dollars,
thus entailing disease, death and poverty "on its
Picture to yourselves, if you can, the victims of
this article pleading in frantic, tonea f--incus
iu nuiiuuiu (lie acidly drug whose bewitch
ing influence they have lost the power to resist.
The difficulties in the way of the cause of temper
ance may be very great, and its friende and sup
porters may be called to sacrifices and patient labor,
but truth is mighty and shall prevail. A. M. lb
nyself, wi'Ui J sigu themselves
as OiTstr-K the Pali:.
(I enclose my car l, and thank you f.r tbe space
you have afforded me.)
Honolulu, June oth, 1ST 1.
rIIK OFFICIO A NO PHKMISKS ON FOKT
W Street, at present occupied by Or. l. Caiutuiug, poa
fesmon gircu Marvu lith, l!74.
eT tf Apply ta C.K.WILLIAMS.
SPRING VESSEL. 1874!
EICHAED F. BIOKERTON,
iIK,5",,AXT STREET. IIONOI.I I.r. !
4.1 M. J. . Au.-l.u former Ollice, over Heury M. Whitney's '
Arraunli nnd Hills l'oll-ctrJ,
Drafting, Bo.k Keeping. Copy in?. Custom House ISuiriesa ;
myoO and General Commissi.. us carefully executed. 3:u j
ALFRED S. HARTWELL,
rVIIE IMIKRSIGXKl) WII.M OXTIXLK
m. ih PAINTINU MMNhrSat the old stand of Kealoha
and Panee. where he hopes to receive the contitiued ratrunawe
extended to the late firui.
DAVID KEALOll A,
apH Sin No. tfl lloi. I Street.
G. BREWER c: GO
TO LET !
THE PREMISES 39 HK IIAKI) ST.,
iuw ncciipieu oy .Mrs. ureen, turninned oc untarnished
For further particulars eurjuire of
J. II. CON KY, or
C. !. BARTOW.
Office over Hoflui .inn's Iru; St re.
MR. ALFRED JOHN HOOKE,
Professor & Teacher of Music, Tuning, &c.
G.xxl Testimonials. lYruia moderate.
AiMre3 Post OiBce.
VI.L. PKKSOXS IIAVI ACCOIXTS
with the tinilersiirnd will pUse call and settle the
same before the loth of June, as he intends to leave for the
States soon after.
Honolulu, May 20th, 1S74.
TIIO?. TANX ATT.
TO LET !
A COTTACKADJOIXIXO THE COU
lege ltuilding at 1'unaliou. Goo.1 accommodations for
a large fimity. Carriace House, etc.. water Ki.l n..
It has a large yard. For lurther panic lars, apply to
my3 S. N. CASTLE.
riTII A VIEW TO AFFORD EVER. V
facility to parUes desirous of profitably and securely
investing small sums of money. Hand of the Hawaiian Jov.
eminent of the several values of &1UO, $OU, 30,
and fcl.OOO, bearing interest at the rate of 9 per cent. er I
annum, payable semi-annually, will be issued at par to all '
persons applying for them al the Treasury, for terms of not !
less than &, nor more than 20 years j
P. NAHAOLELl'A, !
Sliuisler of Finance. ',
Department of Finance, April 2d, 1ST4. apl 3m J
CITIZENS A X I RESIDENTS OF HOXO- ,
LL'Ll , Visiting Friends and Strangers Ecnerallv are !
4 I'la PERSON'S ARK 1IEREHV FORI1ID-
X. den to drive Goats or Cattle on the MOUNTAIN OF
111.' A LA LA I, until the settlement of the Boundaries t-f Knu
pulrhu, as from evidence obtained it would apH-ar that the
sjul liualalai is included in the land of Kaupulchu.
II UN 11 Y COOPKll,
Hawaii. March 20th, 171. apl 3m '
nAVINC. I'lllCIU.SKI) THE ltl SI
ness and good will of the
Hair fnttlo and ShaUnr Establishment .
of Mr, XV. a. PLAKK, on Merchant Street, ojiposile the
Sailor's Home, will be happy to wait on his friends and the
public generally, and will do his best to give satisfaction.
BUFFUM S HALL FOR SALE.
tf f H 8. II. DOLE.
AMERICAN MESS BEEF!
FOR SALE LOW
by A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
to attend Public VVomhin ut
CIICRCI1, where services are held every t-nl.li.itl, at 11 o'clock,
A. M., and 7 1-2 P. M. feats are provided for all who may be
pleased to attend. There is a Wednesday evening Prayer
Meeting at 7 l-'J o'clock, in the Lecture room, to which all are
" I. That the importati-.n anJ the s of wines and hraod.es
cf French cnia shall tut be pr.hibit.-d in the Hawaiian
Urnler Article 3J of the JJritisIi, an3 7th of tbe
Hamburg treatiee-, tbote countrit may claim tbe
same immunities anJ jrivi leges as are accordcJ
to France. In Maj, 172, the late King Kame
Lameba V. gave formal notice of bis intention
(according to the provisions contained therein) to
G7" Tbe following article waa prepared for last
week, lut omitted for want of room :
Written for th P. C. Advertiser
Mr. Editor : The Legislature is now in session
and will soon be considering the appropriation bill.
Some petitions have been already before them to
diminish expenses by cutting down the salaries. It
is certain that expenses must be diminished, or a
debt will soon be incurred perilous to the inde
pendence of the Kingdom; or taxes will be imposed
so heavy that they will not be willingly paid, and
this will jeopardize the independence of the Kingdom.
If the Hawaiian desire to continue an independent
people, they will avoid both cf these conditions by
sHf-denial and patriotism. They will abolish all un
necessary offices, and cat down salaries, where it is
juet to cut them down, or where necessity may re
We are a small people, scarcely equal to many
small towns in larger and more populous countries;
and we are a poor people; and yet we have all the
machinery of many large and wealthy governments.
Government is instituted for the good of the peo
ple, and not to give offices and salaries to any man
or set of men. The offices should only be sufficient
tj do the work, and then tbe men to do it should be
chosen for their ability and fitness. No office should
be made for any man, and no incompetent man
sbaul J be put into any office; every man being chosen
on account of his fitness for the duties of his office.
Necessity alone 6hould indicate the number of
offices, and the ability of the people should measur
ably govern the liberality of the salaries. What
offices should be dispensed with, and what salaries
diminished? A Committee of the Legislature, in
cluding the best and wisest of the native and the
foreign Hawaiians, in equal numbers, should be ap
pointed to consider this subject and report upon it
The matter requires the best consideration cf the
Legislature, and they should act for the general good
and above all personal feeling or motives. But I
will mention some of the offices that I think should I
be abolished as unnecessary.
Tbe number of the Ministers should not be over
two. The Atiorney General could be also Minister
of Finance, and the Foreign and Interior depart
ments could be hell ly one man.
Tbe daiies of Governors of the islands are merely
nominal, and could be very well done by the Sheriffs.
Other offices probably might be abolished without
detriment to the public interests.
Tbe number of Representatives might perhaps be
diminished. The salaries should some of tbeni be
To the Editor of the I'acljic Coinuierc!rf Advertiser:
: In your issue of May 2d, ia speaking of tho
new Government building, now known as Aliiolani
House, you conclude by saying that in admiring its
fine proportion and artistic finish, it is well to re
member that the credit is principally due to Mr.
Robert Lishman, the architect and builder.
Let us see how far you were correct, and whether
you have given honor to whom honor is due. I have
been informed that the plans of the building, now
known as Aliiolani House, were drawn by Mr. T.
Rowe, No. oCl, Titt street, Sydney, at a cost of
$1,200, for a palace, altered here by Mr. Robert
Stirling and approved by Dr. Hutchison. The art
istic finish, so far as that means the carpenter work,
was done by Mr. Wm. Dean; but if the painting and
graining is meant, that lias been nnd still is under
the charge of Mr. J. W. Gibbs. Perhaps, however.
the hard-finish and the ornamental work of the
plastering is what is referred to, and if that is so,
then that portion of tho work was exeoutcd by Mr.
Van Dyke and Mr. T. I. Cleary, who were sent for
from abroad, for that purpose. Thus I have indi
cated who in reality are the men, who if anybody,
are entitled to the credit for the " fine proportions
and artistic finish " of the new Government building.
Yours truly, (). P.
JOHN" SIE.MSEX AM) V. F. COX WAV I
doing buUuess iu 1IILO, HAM All, under the name i
style and Arm of Siemscn. & Conway, having this dav can- j
celled an assignment by them made on the UOth day of .March, '
A. D, 1S74, and executed a new assignment ti the under- !
signed, of their property, for the benefit or ti.eir Creditors; '
all persons havine; claims atrain-t said firm of (Memsen A: Con- !
way, or John iemsen and W. F. Conwny are requested to i
present their Hccnunts at the otlices of 1. II. H ITCIICOfK i
an.l ti. a. UlTCHClll K in llilo, lliw..ii. r-- -. , , - 1
A. H. CLKOJIuitV ;..,-,-- ' Htsoiis indebted to
. oi Meiuseu V Conway or John Siemsen and W F. '
Conway are requested to make payment to eitherof the under- I
signed assignees at their respective places of business i
Honolulu, 2:;d April, A. D., 1ST.
I). II. HITCHCOCK.
K. O. HITCHCOCK,
A. S. CLKOIIOKN.
Assignees of rnemsen Conwav.
fjMIE UXOERSIGXEO HER EH V XOTI-
fies his patrous and tha public that the Circulating
Library will close with the present quarter. All persons
hiving books belnnpinc- thereto will please be guided accord
ingly and liave all books returned by July 4th. Any book
not returned by the lOih of July, will be charged in full to the
holder with all loan and overtime rates thereon.
Proon holding Library C lire It n run bnie
Cnh or GsoiN for the Snuie nl nny lime.
Honolulu, May 2Cd,lS;i. TUOS. O. THKUM.
Cala. Brooms, a Good Article I
SPROUTED COCOANUTS !
SCITAUI.E FOIl IMiAXTIXO.
my id lm For tale by A. W. FK1KCK A; CO.
a f i ivk '"cTiia "STcj Is
FOR INVESTING A SM.VLLSI M
of money, or of securing f
OXK OF TIIK MOST KI.K.1BLK DUEI.LI.XC LOTS
In the City of Honolulu, is now offered by the Undersigned. He
is desirous to dispose of that fine and healthily situated piece
of Land adjoining the Government Harden, aud fronting School
and Fort Streets at the head of the latter.
Anyone wishing to purchase should apply soon, as the Lot
will lie sold at a low figure. (apt) J. h. LEMON'.
flHE PUIIIjIC ARE HEREIiV NOTI-
1 tied that JOSKl'H DL'CH ALSK V has no authority to
s.-ll any Leather or material made at the KAI.AL'AO TAN
NKKV. nfr to incur nnr expenditure on aeo.iunt .r H- -r
except through the uuderaigned.
- - - a . . aWWKTT.
Honolulu, March 17, 1873. mh'Jii
Hawaiian Bark Ka Moi !
129 DAYS FROM BREMEN,
OFFER FOR S .F.
AMERICAN BK. EDWIN
F It M II O M il V
X vist Arrlvod !
SCKAXTOX MEM COAL. IN I.IIIS III
suit I'uretiaiers, f..r family u.-e.
NEW IIEOFORO FAMI1.V Still'.
. OOtl FT. SELECTED IIOAT HOARDS.
a CENTRE HOARD EXTRA TI.MUEK
ED W11AI.E HOATS.
J. DHLS. AMERICA V T A It ,
25 HHI.S. SOt'Tll F.R N Fl i t II.
."( UIII.S. No. I ROSIN,
CASES SFIRITS TI RFEMINF,
A FINE ASSORTMENT IF OARS.
EAf I.E A I'l.OW S,
5 KITTS Xo. I MACKEREL.
13 CASUS CORN STARCH,
Ill Ulb HltbS. FAMII.V FORK,
ft HI1I.S. C.ENI E CIDER V I 1 (; R ,
FOUR FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
II A I.ES i'IAKI'M,
EASTERN FINE K Eli AND IIAUREI,
MISIC FFRXISIIED FOR . vv
BALLS, WEDWNUS, PICNICS. Ac. .fM
at short notice. - , , ''''
Lessous tlven ou the Violin, Cornet and Bass Viol !
XT Musical Instruments repaired and warranted. JCX
O. W. BROWN. Corner Beretania an,? Rm;.h
No connection with any other establishment.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT
AT THE ANNUAL ELECTION" OF F:xl
OIXKKR3 for the Honolulu Fire Department, held on
the 1st day of June, 1S74. the following named gentlemen
nvic uuiy riecieu 10 serve ior ti.e ensuing year :
CHIEF KNGINEER JAS. S. LEMON, E?0-
FIRST AStT. EXOINEEU GEO. LUCAS, ESO-
SECOND ASST. ENGINEER. ...JNO. NOTT, E.-Q.
and at the annual meeting of the Department held on the 4th
Jone, 17-1. they were duly installed in their several orCces.
At the same meeting the following gentlemen were elected
Fre Wardens of the city r
JOHN T1BBETS, ESQ
JAMES McGCIRE, ESQ
JACOB HOLCK, E.'y
JEROME FEARY, ESQ
jufl 3t CHAS. T. GULICK, Sec'y II. F. D
THOS. C. THRUM,
APPOINTED AGENT FOR THE III.
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Hair I'iiis, Glass Buttons,
Amber Crosses, Brooches, Ac, Ac.
Fine and Common Scissors,
Fine and Common Pen and Pocket Knives,
Knives and Forks. Butcher Knives, cocoa handled.
English Saddles, French Calfskins.
ALSO, ON HAND
EX RECENT ARRIVALS
Which will be offered LOW
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS
A XCIIORS ami CH AINS. ASSI D. SIZES.
FARMER'S BOILERS. ... :iO AND
PAINTED BUCKETS AND PAILS.
EASTERN HARD ItRICliS, '
PINE .MOLASSES It A II UK I. S, SET ll.
HORSE. MI LE A Nil H AND CAR I S.
CEXTRIFI V.W. I.IMM.s,
Ci:XXV 1IAI.S IN CASES OF if.'.O l'l-i
OX VOKES, No. I, .-. AND ti.
OVSTERS, FRESH AND SPICED.
VKLI.OW METALS AND NAILS.
C. DREWER & CO.
yriRi;ixiA rve. in cascm
K',,f,irf,t i'ntiiHi', In f'.sv;
Sn'ir .!,, In i'ums;
Jjillitrillr II !.. i l, in I'usrs-
Sri, 1 1 1, II', is i.-y. in -'s"i
JiH I 4lk 1.
For Hale by ( II A" ,nM;.
CIIAS. I.O.N (I.
IriIEREAS.TIIE UXDERSIGXED HAY-
w ing leen duly appointed Administrator tf the K'tate
of W. II. KAACff.tr. of Wai'uko, Maui, lately deceased at
Honolulu, Oahu, hereby givrs riotice to all pers-ns havine
citims against the said W. II. Kaaawai to present the same
pr.perly authenticated, within sis m-.uths fmm date, or they
wil be forever barred: and a!l persons indebted to the said
E4i:e are requested to make iuimediat- r avment to the on.
de'ricned at his residence at Wailuku, Maui, cr at Kanaana.
AUktiMret:, UuiiOlulu, O-iLu.
GEORGE K. KAAUWAI.
Administrator Estate cf W. II. Kaauwaf.
ITonoluIu, Oahu. May 1S74. j-g 4i
For Rent, Lease or For Sale !
HEALTH AT HOME !
The ablest F AM f LY MEDICAL WORK now extant, showing
how to preserve l.ealll, pro I Tig life, care disease, understand
the physical conditions of maternity, the proper management
( f ii. Tints, an J .l.j'u.--.i. the entire physical well iinnr of
man, with a very lar;:.? collection of the !,v.r-t and mot vaaiii
l ie medical prescriptions. I'.y W. W. HALL, A. M , M D.,
Editor r f Hail's Journal of Health, etc.
PRICE. J.OO CLOTH: SG.OO SHEEP.
Ccn. Jos. E. Johnston's
Narrative of Military Operations
j directed by him d jr-r.j the lue w.ir l. -t.-. n the :;,t.s. This
j is the first authei.tiu cordr-bution frrt.i a soutriei:, m iit.rv
s..urc a:id is wr .:- in th-' t-r-, in.-N.v- an.' vivid -t for
J which it ctuiuent auUrr is so jastly ren. riei.
PRICE 5.00 CLOTH: GOO SIIEEI.
fvmTnnfn tin :.i. : a. . I
::,VI - , r ,V ; f V dimioUhel. not perh.pi because they are absolutely
eubet.tuti.n of one that ehonld Le more con- too high, bat too high considering the number .nJ
eistent with bid acknowledged rition as an in- poverty of the people.
THAT VERV D ESI R A RLE DWELL
ING UN JUDU ?TB EE T. aixinu.B the Prem
ises of the late Ir. G. P. JudJ. and containin?
about one acre of Ijn 1. having pxJ Parturaire f.,r one horse
the year round. The house contains ittin,r Konia and t'ive
Ited li..ms, with Kitch.-n and Servant' K ,iu adjoininir.
Tt.ere is a well of pood water, also a Tank wth a capacity of
0ou eai;..ns o:' ra.n waier. The view r. town and harbor is
AUo. for Rent r l.rn.r, the YARD AXIJ STALLS
lately occupied by A. Kelly a? Livery Stat les, next door to
T. A. Lloyd's Grocery Store. V'rt S'reet by the month or
year (ju6 a uTyWJoHN .McCuLQAX.
O.T. is A'iEVT FOR Til E HAWAII.
-" AS IsLAXDifor P. Al'PLiiro.S .v Cu
A ir. .ii;: which are
St-ward's Travels an und the World,
liurtor.'s Kncyclop-dia of Wit and Humor,
Sioitl.'s Dictionary of the P.ible,
A uierntAn Kiit-yclo'ie iia, ,
Annual Cyi-loidia, Life of it..trl ti Lee, Ae. Arc. I
GERM A X
O 32. O C E 1t 1 E fS :
barge and Desirable Assortment.
Liebig's Kxtract cf Meat,
Hutbuck's White Zinc,
W hite Lead, Paint Oil.
Wack Paint, Red Leid,
i Paris Green,
Kerosene Gil. Alcohol In 1 Gallon Iroijohn.
i t.'oirnao in Hoxes, I'me and Table Claret,
Liebfraueriniilch Rhine Wine,
. A Small L-it of Fine Hungarian Wines,
, Seltzer Water, Fine Liqueurs,
Gt-ru-.an, Scotch an 1 Norwegian Ales, q(s. and pts.
Fine Havsna and German Cigar.
! Vienna Kr- kinK Chairs. Sofas. Chairs. Wardrobes, Writ
j inif Iiesks, and other Furniture.
! Galvanized Iron Pipe, 1-2 and 3-4 inch;
i Steam Pile-, 1-4 to 1 1-i! inch;
I Charcoal Tin Plate",
I'.l s k Tin. Pibbitt' Patent Metal,
I Peitoraed Brass, for CentrifuaL :
i She.-t 7.iiiC, Muntz Yelloar Metal and NailH,
Ho..p Iron. 3K.31. 1 and 1 1-4 inch;
Ken.e VV ire. No. 4. 5 and 6;
llert Kefir.e 1 Itnr Iron, -til siies:
Kjr Rivets, Lanterns.
i'oriUnd Cement, l ire liii. ss, SUW',
?t-khoIm Tar, Stj.-kholm Pilch, Coal Tar,
lire Clay, liath Uriclcs,
Itlacksniiti.'s Coal in C .-ks,
Ileru 1'ackiiiir. Hide poison,
I)eni j bn", li.rrh lJroorrjs.
Oak floats f .r Coasters Oil Shrunk Shooks,
Petr .leum liarrels for Tallow Containers,
And many other Articles too
Numerous to Mention.
SAMPLES NOW OPEN !
FIi SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & Co.
IX CASKS AND CASKS. A I.
Fcr hale b
IX CASKS AND CASES.
For Sale by 1 1 A .J . l.tl.NG.
SUPERIOR SHERRY !
31 Viwl'lx ;C-' ,S" -M CALM OR.
ail MA POK1S, California Ho. k,
Rhine Wines, different brands !
For hale by (HAS. LONG.
f.V GREEN CASKS, DOTTLES F. I C If
In Ked Cases, li bottle eai h.
In lUnkets, 1 i Juji etrh.
In Hon.lnr Duly Pniif.
For Sale by ( HAS I.OMj.
Uf:i, v hite, .m i sc.t r. i kii nth; n a n.
At., Ac. FrSa:eby
Vssoktkd. in cases, ci t glass df:
BLOOD, WOLFE PORTER, in pints.
For Sale by CIIAS. I.OHil.
ALSO, TO ARRIVE !
1SES IIA.MPAGXE. RI INART PERK
CASKS UIIAXIIV, KKYYtJC,
CASKS SIIKKIIV, Dl'FF GORDON',
BEANS, BEANS !
C1II I LI DEANS AND CALA. HKANS.
white and red, warranted sujierior loany in tha market.
mhl4 rir lorSaleby CIIAS. LONU.