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Friday, vjr n, h:j.
Wt hits two ams'. from freTg a f-Mv J'1 report ..ore -ur
last t A. A A. s:eama.p Mk.ad) from Han Frar.c:aco r.a
the 9ih, with general tnrr.Yil. . nl the sa.:, i C. B.-ew-r
A. C- I and Brit'.h, br!g R .herf Cowan, frntn "jd;.ey It..
Blorcir.g , ta Theo. II. Daie. Thi c'eTart-jr Lav tea
iota, M.Uh for Aa :aad; Il:h. I. C. Murray f r sn Fran
eirr,; rm ji A'.len l,r Tahit:; l."s. Lr-I Trader f. r Ssn
Ttne'rn-t and lirtj-erial fWmaji corvette Arrnria, f r M
Oar Jate fi jiu Ban Francisco are .- Stay l.t. We cr.arve
no noteworthy chaste In price r f i:ar.d j fla".
pout or UOIJOLULU, II. I.
iXy Achr Settle Mernli. C'Mn.fnm Lahv&a, Mail.
A Mcftr !.: Morris. Lima, from Moiaku.
0-B. br Ka M ii. RerncUi., frcm Kahuia., Maui
ft tSehr Riaiu. AhmhaJa. from Miko, Maul.
9 tmr Klia. MarcBant. from Milo, ar.d way porta.
A Brit iimr M. .!, Moore, days ao.1 9 Lour from
in Frwc;f j.
11 nr liattle. Kimo, from N'awiliwi'I. Kauai.
13 Vhr Fairy taaeeo. Ful. from Kohaia, HawtU.
1 Sehr P'.i.l. IU.p.1. from liilo. Il.wa.i.
14 rchr Nettie Merrill, Crane, Irom l.ahaina.
14 But br .g K ,ert Cowtn, Cluney, dajafrom h, I
uey. 14 ftchr Mary Ellen. Man, from llilo. Hawaii.
14 scbr Mat.uokaai. silaua, from Kc&a. ilavau.
14 wear Jenny. ll. fro Kma and Kan, llaaaii.
14 Hchr Acine, Paaafuwa, from Kobaia, Hawaii.
4 SichrOdd Fellow. N it a, fm Wamn 4 Kuloa, Kauai.
A Mrhr Purc.kfil. Car a. l,r liana. Maul
10 Bnl Mnt Mlkad. Moot. f-e Ascklaol ak Hjd.vy.
10 L' H 8 Penaacola, Cb.ra.ti. for II. to.
10 fttmr Bulauea. Marc ham. t,r Maui and Hawaii.
10 Achr Latta. KsaJ, for Molaa, Kuui.
!" rtcnr Nen.s Mrnll. Crane. .,r lhaina, Maui.
11 Am bark D C Murray, f uilar. k f r rranr:co.
11 iScbr Mil Morrw. Lima, tor KaunakakaJ, Mok.kal
11 Ha br( W II ajt. Lbar. Tab.il.
11 Pchr Ka Mol. Bryoni.1. ! .r Kahului. Maul
13 cr Kinau, AbuiUula, for Mallka, Maui.
1 i a m artir Lgai rnlr, V icuiir.g. ( 1 po rranciar-i.
14 4r Corwtip. Arcooa, Rlroiri. for MaiaiUn.
13 Vchr Fairy Hum, rol, fur Hnat. Kauai.
FOB ItlLO -Scbr FaoaM. eo Monday.
Fob LaHala St!r tu Merrill, aaii lb. r w.
VCMKM IX I'OHT,
Am mlnluoary bri alonir( Hiar, Crlrtte, rairir(.
lit bk Ka Moi barrla. Iiiir(.
Am Klir C M Wart. Kurkmao.
Brit br! Bcbrt C wtn, Clunry, dacbariir.2-
KlPOkTor STftMaair MikaDo, Mouaa, C'OkVKDtt
Lttt Baa FraaeUco f N Zalarul anl Auatralla. via IIcoo
loiia.at Inn th lat inat , having brrn delaynl At day
on tcenaat of lh Boo-arrlal of tb EcfUatt maiU, caaa'4 by
lh breka( 0O tha railroad tin. C ari CoMro Cite at 2 r
M, kail paaaaj lb Farallann two boar afterward. Had litfht
air, bafliof wlmla aaj plraaaot w anther tbrovboul tbe my.
k. At 10 a oa tk fttb. :htd tb Ialaivl of Mul; 9 20 r
M rvcei'td pDot on bmrJ, aod at 10 r a Dili feat to wbarf.
R. Y. Gaatiaw, Parser.
Rlroif or Bna laitif Cow, Cliiit, MTa
Left B Jney March 14ib. bad ralma anl head win.l moot of
tha pataa. 8i(Mel Hawaii on ToeaUy May 10th, arrire.1
off tb port oa tb 13th.
Fink "a Fkakcuco Per Mikli. May liMh 11 t-kra
U 1m inCE WllUania-, I fig Mi t T I ark; 01 aka liran.
M pkf Miiaa 14 II Man l-"0 rlour In t. P A'lan', 1Q r
MdMiaCMlltllA rhai 10 pkx M l to J T Walerhou- t
107 o MJM to bink Lbofir, tA pkfa Md to Win CUoofi
3 pkf M.i ta T II Lalea; li pk MJa to M 1 liricbanm
4k tot P Milae? ! F. .-trelitl; 10O k Pc.taloea, lil pk
M'law Orderi I pkje Mda to Ur Trouaaaa; bO pkf Miae
ta M Pbiillp lot 143 pkga MJie i moaaman at n-mt i
,k,. U'aa to M Dick win; 1 rkra Mda to lloffach'mek'r Ac
Los 1 P Hilat to Wtnc Wo Chor.f Cot J pkf Mdae
to Caada at Conke; 1 pk(e MJa to M Mclnerrjeyj Z'i pkg to
Hiniaa Broa; 11? pk to Frlcl At Lain", 3 pkg-a MJ to P
Pa I ton 1 pkfa W4 n n inn a p " " J "i
R.ki 1 cka Mdaato Foater at Co; 1 bs M J. S do Opium
K Atoof 4t Acbuck; pk(a MJaa to F A BcbMf. r At Co; 434
r:a Lumber to nacaieia .oi ( .nw a'tuwumo,
can Mda to A Mstfmn; 104 coila Cordaj? to Ur Wetmoro.
Fiom BrDJttT Pr Bob! Cowan. May 1 lib J 10 tuna Coal,
9000 Mat Baja, SO ca Mqnora, lOdo Cbampaoe to T II Davitaj
1M baa oap to uo C JlcLaa.
rn. i.riuin P Sf dct Per Mlka.lo. Mar 10th:
llAJuiM r.km, at Rice. bait. ........ .... 3t9
Fui. bale Ti !aar. pk(
Vaitta Doroeatic. 10; Foreifo l'i04 CO
rnm TMiTIPer W. H. Allen. MaT 11th:
M'.rK has tb Lloaora. rlemiiohn.... 8J
Cotton Uuck, bU.... Moiaea, bbta..
flay, bkiea........ .. . Rp. roiia.
tJorwm ugir, pkf
:u Dom-tic. roreifo.
Fob Baa Faasctac
Coaoox bhla ......... .
Per D. C Murray. May 11th:
i Mdaa. baa 2
31 Rice. bJf 439
IWt Vranrt OiL pk7 3i.
Goal )kix. bndla
v.i,.-I)ome.t.c..l33.9l SiiFornun $310 32
Fob Fbaschco Per Lrral TetuJer. May 12:h-.
Banaoaa, bacha 1 tuar. pka
Hum. bara 0 Whip Laahea,
yaiua DomeaUC I'.aJ -
ri.wiuo-Prr Mikad-. May tb Mlaa Ike,
Mia Biinea, Mlaa K Cook. Mr "htllaber and wife, Mr Morf an.
urgaoa Uraaeberg, Mr Iwraperf, w o m'"'h --
tar. PniTa-Pff Kilaaea. Slav tn I i
al4JkTilTHk k aao Qrttt. ! Beakly. Mra By.
tJll IT, J Ml- tlpc. Mr. Half, Mia- Bldell, ao Cleve,
Mr W f wood aaa ii aeca.
'Fob Wiaowa.B POBr-rr Kilaoe, May
Fob . Faavctac-Per D C rT1MrJ,',-M
Fob TaMtTi Per W B AHec. Ly 11th VT McKeozie, A
JaBBCTT eVrtVE! la triiw city, at Iho Romao Catbulur
Church. May lat. by R- l ather Hermann, Ma. w ILllaw
jaaaarr, Ja.lo Miaa k.a wmM.wa '"
Lost of the Schooner 'Margaret Crockard.'
Tb choon;r Margartt Crockard, CV W. B.
Gtrtj. which fcnnerlj vuitl this port on Ur
T0jg tAteo TAbiii anJ Sn FrancUco. has tQ
rmaaiB dixt Utvrca thos fort J for some time
pwt. B a Bxrif hi at Sn Franc'wco from Tahiti
ca th JOtli ult, inteUigBOOA haj Ixeo receiveJ cf
br I oas at tea. wil fiftwa iracn drowned.
Tb- foUowuns letter from the csptaia was ent to tbe
Papikte. Tahiti, HArch 23 1. 1ST5. f
JIasB. A. C-uwroap 4 Co.. Sao Francico--Drar
5trir Toa will Iern from Mr. Ritoulr. .
Utter that tbe .Vary Crockard U gone, a total low,
bat U Btill rttnain my J daty to report tbe im
to too. I from thiA port on rebrary
th. Catxaia an J crew of tbe Dru.sb thip
o'clock la the evenio w. bd - few IIbt uV.Ia
he a I took ta all th. bhl and furled them.
I at bIoa o'clock, the weather Utog moderate and
lockiog looAwhvt fettle-J. I went beiow anJ Uy
do wo. Uavicg the deck In charge cf Mr. Druculi.
tha mte. with laatructiona to c.l me vtheo bta
watch - t.
zh r.l CC At bAlf-paat eleven 1 got up to g
leek, but before I bad t::e to leave tbe cvbm a
Ll ifrack b.r tbU turned bottom up a most
aai!- Captain Cottier, cf tbe An f.rcc
b , eac,r through the compOQ
taroa4h the .kjligbt; all the other, that
,cbiott.o ia 'Vtl:XZ
"rr i0-"r -:;.ir: ,B. held. Weba.1 ca board
e . - l- .
t were ia the nou. nn.. v
t joa rememUr having left in jour
i'ia which fuurteeo of u found cur
one belonging to the tchooner reoaioeJ
deck aa l wae never eo by u. am;
. ,r th nnfortunate victim. e
a gpare boat
f!l. the deck aa l wae never eeo by u. sn.. j
- ".v.. ..r. anr cf the nnfortunate victims.
U.i. towar i which we ted at da bgh and
S VhVfourVa day, only to meet with di
ae . U
ijointmeot. hunger anJ tbirst.
we fd f i cocoaa-tA. Findtng we were
Tnoa aa uninhattud isUod. I took .evea men and
Sa".rtl toward tbe eouth. bP.ng to reach
t?? V, ATi Q -uh Aome vesl before we perished.
Tw, d.7. Sir. when Tabout giving up ia de,pa;r.
wlfeU in m K tb- wbooner Uul !?. C.ptaiD
gmiVh Ibo ook ue oa board, an l parted at once to
Ma abivi to rcae cur comrade, who were t ko ca
7Tl fmn which M.od we arrived yeaterday.
IO ADS. 1""" - Z . I,.
ha viae been f oa from rapee.. , rr '
.v1- Taffwrexperieoce.! from waot of
food and ex
posarA to a no a--- j
Imial- M..tir j
of body and
Xn tUbrts to rep tht "lo1 cPtt0 U7tlA i - tiBBTlvAJiiA
hvt been virtoary defeated. al u .
D Wilder, il R Macfarlao. Mr. renioar. " "
P.rk Mr.i M Browne. II (k-brfler. Mr Alk-n, Mr. Make., !!
KlatkA WUJr. Ma.ter. Kauka and B O W l.der. Mr Severance,
He a;,!.,. F tt.edeL I r. fta&Aa, Bud B6ut 34 deck.
Hyde, R E T Uoana. if . 1 ,1 i
nona. F B harpa. J Moor. C A Petero. rt Aleaaoder aod
iWjrro. M.a. AUsander. Norrl- Mr. Stewart aod rh.id.
UCrkJl.or Barker. J P Cooke, Miaa Tooroey.Mra W hit.
Aim Forct aoX one oiner geni.em.au a i "f-
t.cnty-three ia aIL Tbe Crockard wm a fine
trim. 1 abt loaded, but ttill ia good t cf balat.
and ev.rvthin looke-J fAVorable for a ucc.ful
pBJtage borne; bat U ie I am doomel to abip.
wreck Yo will le-ra from the extended protest
here incloaed wmetbing cf tbe accident, but wul
. v.i t tSa rartiuItfV. At atcut eijoi
SATIRDA Y. MA Y 1 ',,
) rDv mriilr.,; I.v-t, t!.tir Jlnjffct; tf.e
tl.'.ir trip t II iwaii, l.;i?ir. um le a brief Ti-it to
Va:i ica ar.l Iliio. A- tl.e Kit'iuta cntertd the
hnrh r, F-c.arin the Hjal Stan l ir i, tnlutea were
firc l an J Tar Js maDr.cJ bj ti.e L". S. S. I'cnsatola
and Iaijrinl iercan corvette .4rf?na.
On M jn Jaj Hi Majesty rccciTcl the Baron von
Kcibnitz, crrimaoding the Arcona, and Lid offi
ccr, and on the r.me daj made an official visit to
the ship, arc rnranitl bj riicuifcr of His mite,
where II; wa reccivc-1 with rov:iI honors. Dur
ing ti.e King's t-Uij on board no opportunity was
itnjrove.J of ciainiijir. the Krup p gur.a funnin
a J art of the rhip armanient: K:vr.ral broad
ti It were Crrl and the crew otherwi-e exercised
Oh Tued.ijr Ilia Majestj and I'rince Leleiohcku
and miit were prt-!K:nt at IhonKus Sjuare, wlcn
th; r-carne-n Um the Arcona, under the direction
of Captain the I5aron v n Ile-ibnitz, went through
various luiiitarj evolution and a tnock cnage
taent. THE OPITJMTRArFIC
One of tb; results of the residence ia thei-e Isl
and of Chinese i the introluctijn here of the
demoralizing practice of smoking opium. When
the eyntem was Cm inaugurated of bringing
Cbine-c cxdicA here as laborers on our planta
tions, the id'-a was never entertained that a spe
cial law Would be needed for their accommoda
tion, whereby they might be provided with the
drug with which they are so cursed in their own
country ; but on the contrary laws were enacted,
that may now be found in the Civil Code, restrict
ing the imjKjrtation and sale of "opium and
other drugs" to duly qualified and licensed phy
sician or surgeon, and the persons thus licensed
were specially prohibited from selling or furnish
ing "opiuin or any preparation thereof, or any
jKjisonoua drug, to any Chinaman or coolie, ex
cept upon the prescription of a physician or Bur
geon." This was the law in 1859, some seven
years after the arrival of the first lot of laborers
imported from China. It is now fully apparent
that it would have been vastly better fjr us had
our legislators been content to leave it so. Dot
unfortunately, the Solons of 1SC0, not, as we,
imagine, from a sentiment of benevolence for the
coolie, deprived of Lis accufetomed drug, but from
the suggestion that a goodly amount of revenue
might be realized from the duties and license
fees, repealed the whvlesomo prohibitory law,
which ordinary vigilance might have enforced,
and enacted that three licenses to impiort and sell
opium to Chinamen, two for Honolulu and one
for Lahaina, might be granted annually by the
Minister of the Interior, at the upset price at
auction of $2,000 each license, the licensee giv
ing a bond of one thousand dollars conditioned
not to t'' to any person except a Chinaman.
Here was wiedoia in tho concrete ! While plan
ning to replenish our coffers by pandering to the
vice of the heathen Chinee, we fancied that by a
simple provision of law we could effectually cir
cumscribe and limit its effects to him alone. We
all know to-day, in some degtec, what have been
the consequences of the law of 1800. Finan
cially, the government had been the apparent
gniner. The revenue from the opium traffic in
fifteen years through licenses and duties Lad
been very considerable, amounting as we learn
from official sources, to $121,733.63 from the
former, and $23,430. C3 from the latter, a sum
total of reveuue that Las gone into the Treasury
J Jrom th" i-o- of id'i.lkVl.CG.
We have said above that Government Las been
the apparent gainer by the opium traffic; but
Low shall we estimate in dollars the loss to the
country by the demoralization, sloth, disease and
death which the are of opium has accomplished
for the nation ! The natives, to an extent little
dreamed of by Ordinary observers, Lave acquired
the habit from the low class of Chinese, cither
now employed on plantations or whose contracts
have expired, and who are scattered from one end
of the inland to the other. This habit once es
tablished, is a slavery compared to which that of
the drunkard's appetite is freedom. Ita victim,
unlike the beer or rum drinker, invariably courts
privacy, and so almost entirely escapes observation.
Under the law of 1SGO, aa we have seen, the
licenses for the sale of opium were restricted to
Honolulu and Lahaina, but the latter town Lad
only a brief enjoyment of the privilege, and
Honolulu Las been the centre from which the
lethargic influence Las gone out over the group.
Up to 1SCS, but one license was sold yearly, and
there wa no competition in the trade. In that
year however, the increased demand for tbe drug
caucd by the rapid sp read of its ue among tho
natives, resulted in the issuanco of two licent-cs
per annum ever since, the sale of which at auc
tion Las drawn together the moneyed men among
the Chinese and created a scene of sharp compe
tition. .The largest amount realized to the treas
aj in one year from the sale of op ium licenses
'was $2o,573, in 1S73. Lat year, for some rea
on, best known to tbe dealer, the licenses brought
bt $19,2GG, exclusive of commission to the
auctioneer, etc. .
Now while the law supp-cs that nobody but
Chinamen can buy anl ue the drug, it will
require no argument to convince ar.y one that the
large quantity represented by say $2o,50 fr
licenses, and $1,G1G.43 for duties (in 1S72),
besides a fair margin f.r profits of the dealer,
was never consumed in one year by 1133 Chinese,
which was the cutirc number, male and female,
residing in the islar.J at the date of the last
census. A littlii careful figuring would undoubt
edly show that a surprisingly large proportion of
the annual consumption must be by Hawaiian?.
It sale to them being strictly interdicted by law,
and the licensees of opium being notably careful
a well law-abiding men, it follows that the
Datives get their supplies Irom second and third
bands among tT-.e Chinese, and that this illicit
trade ruuft be jrctty extensive. IV'ymJ tbe
fact, as represented by reliable correspvn Jcnts,
that tbe drug is un-d by very many natives in
the rcwotd districts where Chinese peddlers
abound, we know but little about the traffic out
sido of Honolulu. Here in the city however, a
moderate amount of inquiry, p rojerly prosecuted,
will satisfy any one's curiosity as to the naturo
and, in some degree, ti.e extent of tbe business.
Dcr.s (fr they arc lit:'..- cle) nny be pointed out
on King, Maunake-i, Ilel and other streets,
where stmetimes during the day but nust fre
quently after dark, the miserable votaries of
orium, male and female, may be seen to stealthily
' enter to indulge in a taiuke wLicn orings n lew
! moments of r !ea.-mg delirium or stuj id forgetful-
! nes., and fr which they pay fn.m ten to twenty-
', Cvo ce-nt. This i for the nure impecunious
j smokers a good deal is furtively procured and j
nsumcd in rrivate Lou-. A bri-f observation
,ilose addicted to the habit will suffice to fix on
tte memory t:.eir peculiar appearance, me sai-
low countenance, the look of inanition and ah-
j etraction, and the disinclination to exertion,
either mental or physical.
SJ notorious bad Ucome tbe fact or the preva -
, -moB tha re t je cf taB habit of ot!tim
unokin, anl o patent were ita evil effect? upon ! The hntirv cf ou: corre?pcndent who rins
he-alth and morals that at the LrirLttive Si..n . Uiiu-elf "A Mckbolder" as to the :atu of the
oT 1874 "An Act to rcs-trict the imi..rta:i.ri and .- II ,tel b-jtklr, will rtrikc nivt ijle aa quite pert-ale
of ojiutu," which was in effect a rejal of t.r.ent. I'urir. the lat two jeari at least of the
the law of 18 X1 and a rxnactit.ect of the old , fur that the Hawaiian Httd ha ben in opera
jr ohibitrj law, was lasl with but little op- tion, the popular ULef ha been thnt it was
position, and will U.me the law on and after financially a success; is fact, it i to be reatiablv
the 8th of August next, on" year from the J.tte of assumed that it baa aaJe money fjr avjaiebody.
it jassage. The two existing licenses f.r the Our tnttrTrisinj and rublic-sririted citizen
tile of opium to Chinamen expire on the of
next month, and it i not jrobabic that a licente
ill le ifcued f furty-eigbt days that will in
tervene before the new law goes into effect. It is
etated that there is a large stock of tbe drug here
in the banJs of the dealer not far from two
thousand pound, which would suffice to poison
the entire nation and it is thought that an effort
will be made to di.-pose of tbi as rapidly at pos
sible before the expiration of the licent-f . Hut
it will be dangerou for any person to be found
with opium in bis possesion after the 8th of next
August, f t f-ctin 3 of the new prohibitory act
reads a fallows:
StxTios 3. Any person who shall have in bis f o
tessioa Opium, or any preparation thereof, which be
shall not Lave received from the lkard of Health or
from a duly Licensed I'bysician or Surgeon a pre- i
B.-ribeJ in Section 2 of this Act, shall forfeit such
tJr.-um or nreraratioa thereof to the Hawaiian U,. ,
ercment, an 4 the same tball te seize-i ana delivered
to tbe UjatI cf Health, and such person shall be im-
prisoned f-r a term of not more than one year, with
or without bard labor, in the discretion of the Court.
This sudden and entire prohibition of a traffic
which has flourished so long, in an article to
hungrily sought after by its consumers and on
which there is so large a profit on a small cuan
tity, will, it may reasonably be expected, pi vc a
strong incentive to smuggling. And herein will
he work on which our police and Custom-house
guards can exercise their wits and prove their
vigilance. Uut the most that can posribly bo
smuggled will be but a tithe to the quantity of
the pernicious drug that is now consumed in the
The loss to the revenue which will be caused by
the abolition of 4his traffic will, it is estimated,
be not far from 2o,000 pr annum, and this w ill
ttill further add to the deficit to be anticipatto'
from the operation of the reciprocity treaty, to
make up which will be the province of the next
.IHrisc the pet wiuter throughout the United
Slate there has been a surt of mania for spelling
matches, or "spelling bees," as they are termed,
which has reached California, and now threatens
to invade Hawaii. Ladies and gentlemen os v.ell
as school children engage in these contests, which
are productive of much innocent fun and amuse
ment, iiides are formed and p'rizos are contested
for usually a copy of Webster's Unabridged,"
which is the standard. A Propounded or giver
out of words is ap pointed, and three Referee.
The former, in giving out words, should p-ro-nounce
each word twice; once facing the audi
ence, then once facing the speller. He should be
thoroughly familiar with correct pronunciation;
he should give no undue, or excessive emphasis to
any unaccented syllable, and when the word
given out has the same sound a another word of
different spelling, ho should immediately add a
brief definition of it. The Keferces bhould each
have before him a copy of the standard authority,
which is usually Webster's L'nabridgcd.
It is au undoubted fact that had sp oilers arc
the majority, even among the passably well edu
cated. "To spell well, it is said, is no glory, but
to spell ill is a positive shame. But poor spellers
are less ashamed because lexicographers disagree.
Worcester gives a list of more than seventeen j
thousand word which lie declares only a part of J
those whose orthography is doubtful. PtdJltr is a f
specimen. There is good authority for spelling I
tl.at oJ niitt one a or with two, and with one c
or with two. Worcester brings forward mani- I
fold diversities of spelling, and says, 44 Pay your
money and take your choice." Poor spellers are
perhaps the more multitudinous because many of
them, thinking it better to be guilty of two sins
than be detected in one, hide bad spelling by
worso writing. Vices go in companies. But no
man's bad spelling wus ever defended better than
that of General Jackson by John Randolph on
the floor of the American Congress. It was fTSTl 7 1 Jm Kk I T ?7T
r, tif-aay. r.ach vessel will be bark-rigged, and the
charged, among other orthographical peccadilloes-! riasts will be interchangeable, having been so con
that Old Hickory began Congress with a k. " Il ! siructed that in case-of accideut tbe spars of the
i!,n.i.,ii, itT,d,a ..t nf I Alert can be erected on board the Uucoeery and
7 blUVf CAB alA AMIIIUV1 IMIa VUVAUVII VUUIIVv ri'VlU
The reason is that he was fighting the enemies oK
Lis country on the field of battle, while Webster
was making spelling-books. Jackson cannot
write well, because he was not taught. Nor can
Adams cither write well. The reason is that he
was not teachable. Jackson is ignorant, but be
could Lave got over it, if Le Lad only a chance.
Adams Lad a chance, but Le was a natural born
fool, and be never could get over it." Randolph's i
reward was being 6ent as Minister to St. Peters
burg. Now that the spelling epidemic is coming upon
the community, j
. Vilh tiianv a w-ir(l ln.l mviltr hlwtl !
To catch and trip the unwary tongue,"
we will here quote a test which wc find iu an
Kaetern paper, aud which will serve for spellers to
whet their appetites with. It is quite cleverly
arranged, with a view to presenting as many diffi
cult words as possible in as small a Fpaec as possi
ble, and there are probably few, even "gifted"
spellers, who can write the whole from dictation
without making some blunders:
Tbe most skillful gauger 1 ever knew was a
malifned Cobbler, armed W ith a poniard, who
. . ,,
drove a peddler's wagon, using a mullein stalk as
an instrument of coercion to tyrannize over his
pony shod with calks. He was a Galilean Sad
ducee, and bad a phthieicky catarrh, diphtheria,
and the bilious intermittent erysipelas. A certain
Sibyl, with the sobriquet of" ('ypy." went into
ecetaeies of cachinnation at teeing him measure a
bushel of peas, and separate saccharine tomatoes
from a heap of reeled r-Uatoes, without dvemg
, l-it "
or singeing the ignitible queue which be wore, or
tecoming puralyzea wun a nemorrtiagc. Liitin
her eyes to the ceiling of the cupula of the Cap itol
. . ., ... - .
to conceal lier UDrarallclea embarrassment, niak-
i . , a .. ...
ti e a rni"Ii rvmrtrhV. nii.l tint linrnKinv Imth with
I V ' . .
mystifying, rarefying, stupefying inueud.es, she
gave him a couch, a boquet of lilies, mignonette,
, r , .
and fuchsias, a treatise ou mnemonics, a copy ot
the Ar-ochrypha in Lieroglyt hies, daguerreotypes
1 o ji r- j i
. i i i if- -
oi .McDueissonn ana rvoseiusco, a Kaleidoscope, a
dram phial of ipecacuanha, a teaspvjonful cf
naphtha for deleble p urposes, a ferule, clarioLCt,
some licorice, a surcingle, a caruelian of sym
metrical p roportions, a chronometer with mova
ble bal tncc wheel, a box of dominoes and a cate
chism. The gauger, who was also a trafficking
rectifier and a parishioner of mine, preferred a
woolen surtout (bis choice was referable to a
vacillating occasionally occurring idiosyncrasy),
wofully uttered this apothegm : " Life is check
ered ; but schism, ap-ostacy, heresy and villainy
shall be punched." The Sibyl ajologizingly
answered: "There i? ratably an allegable dif
ference between a confcrrable ellipsis and a tri
'tw Voea:. April 231. In the Hudson County
Court, New Jersey, Frederick Klenner, convicted of
stealing the funds cf tbe Hoboken Savings Dank
whiie cashier, was brought up f,r sentence. He was
arraietiel on eleven indictments far forgery, to ;
which he pleaded non vult. Judge Hoffman then
sentenced bioi to various terms ci lmpruonniect,
makirg la all eighty-four years.
cheerfully caaie to the ai.-tance of the govern
ment of 1371, and contributed their mr.ey to
wards building "the hotel ; and tbe intimation
now given that they ould be pleaded to hear
whether tbeir Sivestmentij have earned anything
in these years, is entitled to a prompt and candid
The H' jbhcan Stanlard, of New Bedford, in
commenting on the pa-Mge by the Senate of the
Hawaiian Treaty, concludes in thete word :
" We rejoice at any elf pa taken in the direction
of freedom t f trade, and doubt ik1 that this treaty
will in the end promote the internets of cuoiuicrce.
California is consoled f r the aut'cipatI injury to
her refining buineM ly retaining the protection
to her oranges, ij that ber citizens will probably
tu.IU,t:vtlj hy Cilt:n, g0ur oranges at a high
J. J . . J Ttf
pru-e. msteiid of sweet at a low one. I5ut why
the Senate should ratify a reciprocity treaty with
the island of the Pacific, and reject one with Can
ada, is one of thus.? mysterious inconsistencies of
legislation for which there is no accounting.
However, it will all come round right in good
A coRRKsro.vKENT writing from Eaaton, Penn.,
communicates ti lings of the Rev. Frank Thompson,
which will be painful to his numerous friends here.
He says, under date cf April 10 : " Tbe past winter
haa been a terrible one f r Mr. Thompson. He has
had two attacks of hemorrhage from the lungs, but
has so far recovered as to be able to preach. He has
a 'cull' from AVindham, Conn., and hopes to com
mence bis labors there the first of May."
The same letter thus alluJes to the continued snow
fall : " April IStb, seven inches cf snow fell last
night. 17ch. another snow-storm last night gave us
another iuch auJ a half of suow; this makes the
forty-fifth snow-fall we LaTc haJ, since the 20th of
A later date gives an amusing account of a " spell
ing match," that had just come off, for the benefit of
the " Easton Relief Society." The two colleges,
tae High schools, and theprrsr were all well repre
sented iu the 180 young gents and ladies, who vol
unteered to be beateu on the occasion. The Opera
House was crowded to overflowing with au tiger au
dience waiting for the fun. It came, thick and fast.
Professor Barlow cf Lafayette College acted as peda
gogue, and Dr. Cattcll, President of the same College,
awarded the prizes to the three successful combutauts.
The prizes were first, a superior gold medal; second,
a copy of Webster's UuabriJgud; and third, a beau
tiful copy of Shakespeare's works. Tbe first word
missed was scholar, au J a senior from Lafayette Col
lege, spelled it without the A. ' So after the prizes
had been given lr. Cattell called forward Mr. C. F.
Chkldcy to whom he preseuted with much empress
ment and befitting remarks a nice, new, blue copy of
Butler's primer, which he said had also been pro
cured without expeuse to the society, but was given
as a prize for the worse speller, by another very
modest frieud of the cause, and here he patted him
self on the breast. He hoped Mr. Chidsey would
give this valuable book careful study aud profit
Iu response Mr. Chidsey had prepared the follow
ing speech, but when he came to 'speak his piece'
forgot every word of it, so we will help him out.
Lauies and Gestli.mi:.v :
You'd aearce ex(cci one ol my age,
To tll so well upui the .tage;
but .nice by cliaucc 1 fell below
IK-moalhenea aud C eero.
Who in their triumph duu't fOrge!
That tlu-y were tit by Lalayciie,
Please, pardon, if I our acknowledge,
Thai 1, .4maj. JkulM 7W4jl. ..vlKg.
The Kevereud Doctor standing here
T&ujlU tue to ell, my r re.hmau year;
And dow, with pride, he cornea to ace
Hi. scolar (.') erowced with victory.
1 take the primer; aud thank you, air.
For the kiudly houor you now confer.
And thank you all for ao liberally
A.suring ucceas to our Spelling Bee.
k It was a most enjoyable occasion."
The polar expeditionary vessels at Portsmouth are
ow receiving their finishing touches. On Saturday
hmr smoke-stacks were fitted, and their masts were
t brought down to the ship-basin in readiness to be
I rt . , ,
1 rif" nerxri- i hp. ritrtPinir t tit n. lif-hf tmr aiiiraliln
character, anl mea are engaged ia covering all tbe
i iron-work, above and below, with a coating of leather.
as a protection for the bands cf the sailors in the
cold latitudes whither they are bound. London
Times, March 23d.
A COTTAGE PLEASANTLY S1TU-
ATKD ou Queen Street. Kent Low.
990 lm inquire at J. I. DOWSKTI'S OFFICE.
VEAT, COMPACT AM) SERVICEABLE.
il Trice ouly 12; enquire at J.S. UL'KNKY'S, Nuuaou
j Slr, u-low K'"B' orof
IS IIEItEUV GIVEN THAT I SHALL
pay no debts contracted in my name or on my account,
uule.s by myself in persou, or by my written order.
Honolulu. May II, ls75. (6'OJ 3t) THOMAS SILVA.
NOTICE. Ahupuaa of Kahana, Koolau
171IIOM AM) AFTER THE PCBLICA
tiou of tin. notice in the l'aciric CbMMKkeiaL Adverti
sk aud the Kuokca newspapers, until the last day of July
next ensuing, all persons are cautioned against purchasing,
mortitaiinir. or entering into airreements reicardioir the disto-
j aal ot thr above named land, with any person or persons.
wi'.iiout tiie knowledge, consent or concurrence or tke uooer-
ligned, who has controlling iuterests in the matter ; as win
appeir hy the written agreeme
meut of August 1, 1S74, on record
in the c ivernmeut book. It will be useless for anyone to
di?r-'g.tra thii notice and undertake to go outside of tbe law.
A. KKUI10KAL0LK, President.
Honolulu, Msy 14:h, 185. 990 4t
CAN E SEAT CHAIRS !
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO GIVK
notice that he is prepared to
Re-Seat Cane Bottomed Chairs !
in good and substantial style, and at reasonable rates, at his
i i'1" business oi N
i Ournev's Variety Store.
uuanu Street, on door below J. S.
GEO. A. NKWCOMB.
FRESH MEALS !
1 l.OKN Jl ts A t.. H1H.U .MCA Is.
1 1 XX i co Moal!
U' t'RACKElk COUX FOR HORSE AND CHICKEN FEED.
raiHE I'NDERMGNED HAS COMMENCED
' m. the miiiaiaiture of the above named articles, and will
j dcitTtr tht:m ou Wednesday, ,nd satlrdayh of each
wCk' ',u Ju'-titif.tlJ u', in a" ,'a,ru f '. -'ty.
n .Veil is a fine article for the sick, a
lso nice for
Pud I III ITS. 4.C.
OrJers left with E. O. Hail & Sen and Dillingham & Co.,
wiU be promptly ClK-d by i
Order, from the other islands solicited.
Improve your Opportunity
''UK UNDERSIGNED ARE SELLING
1. OFF AN INVOICE OF
CONTRACT MATTING !
1 REMARKABLY LOW PRICE.
Il yots wre not in trunl mt the Article JC'ST
NOW, IT will pny yww I Bay II, and
Itrrp il until yww ! wssl it.
ll are StUinj Otis Hatting at from 12 1-2 to
20 pr cf,if. ess ii the same article anv been
DILLINGHAM & Co.
The Pops in Lis allocution to the College of Car
dinals on the t-ccasion cf the recerrt alJiticns to
their numbers, reteatel his eft reiterated lamenta
tions ever the present edition cf the Cathclic
church. It suffered be said under such oppression
that they had not even the freedom cf bewailing its
afibctioLs. " Ia Italy," be says, "where the iu
preu,e ov.hedra tf truth wa placed by divine dis
pensation, children cf the faith have become enemies
of tbe church aud pitt fr its destruction, grieving
cur heart. Hence have come the deplorable injuries
to tbe liberties, the possessions and the ministers cf
the church, which we witness, powerless to resist.
Hence have come the greatest evils to the souls of
men and to human society; the corruption of youth,
which will propagate the existing evils to future
Education had bt-eu taken from the church, and
the children sent to Godless schools subject to the
ciil power. The education cf ;!?e priesthood was
htmpereil by arlitary rules, and its members were
now subject to military cc nscription. The inferior
clergy were encouraged to resist their bishops, and
many other things done in derogation cf the autho
rity of the church. In Germany the Vatican decrees
had been distorted, and acts performed pointing di
rectly at the ecclesiastical competence of the Pope.
The bishops who had resisted these acts were highly
praised. But he advised prayer to God, against
these afflictions, who was preparing for them and
him hereafter eternal joys.
Archbishop Bayley of Baltimore speaks highly of
the selection of Archbishop McCloskey of New York
as Cardintl, though there appears to have been some
disappointment that he himself did not receive the
-appoint inrut, as be'mg the bead of the oldest arch
diocese in the United States. He thought the ap
pointment was made without consulting the arch
bishops, perhaps not even the one designated. But
in speaking of tbe new Cardinal be said to some be
might not appear to have that force of character
necessary for a Cardinal, but that his zeal was am
ple He thought tbe Pope might call the new Car
dinal to Rome, w'aich as the United States has no
longer a diplomatic representative in tha'. city, would
seem to be most desirable, and would be of a great
advantage in many ways. There is evidently some
disappointment iu Maryland that the Cardinalship
did not go to that archdiocese.
f It. JOHN II. PATV BECOMES A PART-
li J. NLU in our firm from thil date.
MK. SA.MI IX M. DAMON ig duly authoriied to iin the
firm uatue er procuration. BISHOP CO.
Honolulu May lit, 1876. 7 4t
is I1KKEUV GIVK.V Til AT Ql MX LONG
4- CO., have this day gold all their right, title, interest,
good will and fixture, of the llakery, situated on the corner of
King and Maunakea Street. Honolulu, to Wing Chong Tal
& Co. All ootsumling debts wiil be settled by the old arm of
Cuon Long & Co.
Houolulu, May 1, 1875. (988 4t) QCON LONO at CO
WING CIIOXG TA I Si CO.. HAVE THIS
day bought out the firm of Quon Long 4 Co., (Bakers,
corner of King and Maunakea Streets,) and would respectfully
Inform the public that they are prepared to carry on the
l akery llu-iness iu all its braoche.; and would solicit a share
of the public patronage. WISO CHOSO TAI k. CO.
Houolulu, May 1, 1875. Vii it
SUGAR LAND IN KOHALA
TIM, BE OFFERED AT 1'L'UL.IC AUC
TION, at 11 o'clock, X. M., of
Wednesday, the 16th Day of June next,
(Previously announced for the 2d and changed to the 16th on
account of the Steamer laying up.)
At the door of the KoliaU Sugar Company's Store,
1 TRAIT OF LAND, COMPRISING 121 1-2 ACRES,
As granted to t'li, deceased, by Royal Patent No. 2695, and
therein described as follows :
K hoomaka ma ka pali kahak&l e pili ana me Ilikiaupea 2,
a holo hema 5 3 hik il 94 kaul i ko Kahinu, alaila me kona
me ko Palauolelo akau 8i hik 22.60 kaul. e oki ana I ke
kihaw.i a hi III 1 ko Kalua, he pohaku z ma ka pali hiklna o
ke kahawai, alaila ak 17 s hik 37. 20 kaul I ka pohaku nul
pill ana I ko K ilua, a inalaila akn a hiki i kahi 1 boomaka al
Koe no one ke kuleana o kanaka.
Terms Liberal. Euquire of
A liloU n i House, May 10th, 1S75. 990 3t
J. T. WATERHOUSE
IAS JIST RECEIVED EX J, B. FORD
AND LEGAL TENDER,
BEST ENGLISH I KM EAT,
BEST CALIFORNIA LIME,
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL,
PICKED CALIFORNIA HAY,
The Ab.trnre For Sale at Very Lww Prices.
989 It J. T. WATERnOUSE, Honolulu.
0. IFFuCHLiu-ER & CO.
Have on Hand
AND OFFER FOR SALE AT LOW
SUPERIOR HESSIAN BAGS!
SUITABLE FOR SUGAR, COf FEE, RICE, c.
BALES OF HESSIANS!
Cotton Can?, Water Filters, Furniture Varnish,
Gunpowdes and 6 hot, Oil Hose, Compass.
AEW OAK BARRELS !
Fine and Coarse Liverpool Salt, Rock Salt,
Hoop Iron, Bar Iron, Sheet Iron, black and galvanized.
Grindstones, Blacksmith's Anvils,
Wrapping Paper, Playing Cards.
GERMAN LAGER OEEll A5D ALE!
SUPERIOR HAVANA CIGARS !
FILL ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Groocls !
Ex LATEST ARRIVALS.
ED. II OFFICII LA EGER . CO.
IVTOS. 1, 2 A1MD 3,
BEST AND CHEAPEST
i pa honoxjTJIjtj.
?902a A. 8. CLECHORN & Co.
A WEEK I. V JOI KA1. DKVltrEl) TO
si Hawa.ian mlrmU f ('tr kind. t ita ruluuir.
treat prciaf tsty cf Htne arl F'ieir urt, a Ure i.re i.
jpien to f rTal I:r!ure and r:ett;fc rrrrih. er'.al'y
rrfr-rring t J th IJawai n Ld Ler Iliaii cf the I'aciflc.
Ttas it rwrcpie. a fell a',r,,' ' no other eitinc
ia-r. Arra-i. ercrn!. have ber. rr.a ! f -r the rubl.catrn in
the I'Uirin. f vau.bie and ir!irethi macuor.rt Ilers
relatirg ta thr iarfoa:-, n arr.r and ru.rusu. rrliEi.'O. rtr,
idr.p acd tnt'cJ. cf it-r aud ..ti er t'a.-iflc l.:nda, ta which
the puWk have never bforr l.d acos. Pr roinent amor.e
lhe is the famous pn phecy of Kamehamrha". Cfnjaet cf
the I.iaoJs knc wi: aa
II A 1 I K A LA Mi
or fallen are the Chief. Ibe public.tn of th.s wonderful
and beiatifol Epic, creinetced from the tranalattoei of
the late Judre Andrea-a. to the :ur fur the SSd of April, to be
followed by David Malo's
HAWAIIAN ATIil ITIES.
by the aame translator, thus a5vnl!r an rrirtunity fur read
lng and o l.'ectirg the best sivximen i Hawaiian literature,
which has never N-eo euaU-d.
Theae feature., with i. tow price, make the Uipna tne
mml desirable as wed as the ehepe.t Kniilih era rpaprr uh-
lished in these Island, and will give l: f i-a a permanent
Advertisement. Inarrtst at liberal rate artr the 1st cf May,
hen the paer will be increased iu .ue. Price $1 M a ear,
or cent, a month, fir-fle inva 10 cei ta.
TIIOi. G. THR I'M.
S4 buainea. Agent, Honolulu,
flVHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
1 ronArmed by the e'ourt as Executor of the Fatoie of
ANTON K W. MANl'KL. deceased, rrqoeata all
person, imlebtrd to said K:ate to aoake Imneola:. ainient,
atul all wtio have claim, .(talnat the aatd K.tMe to preaent the
same with vouchers to the l"rdrrlned, dunng the term of six
months from date, rr they will he forever harrrd. And all
oeraons hanne any prP rtv In their pwarain. of whatevrr
deacrition. beWwiii(t to the I'a late of ANTOXK W. MAM EL,
are hereby not!9e1 to deliver the um to the I'nderaigued
forthwith, or otherwise to render an account tbereot.
J. 11. ULAl K, r.aecuior.
Honolulu. pril 9th. ISTi. Vf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF JAS L. LEWIS. OF HON0LCLV. DECEASED.
PKOUATE OF TIIE LAST WILL AND
Testament of the said James L. Lewi, having been
granted in the f upreme e'ourt, in Probate, on the 30th d.y of
April. 17 i, and letters of a JtuioiUiallon Witn will anneaea
having issued to th: andersigned-
In pursuance ol order of Court, notice is nerrny given to an
Creditor, of the .aid deceased, to preaent their claims, duly
authenticated, and with the proper voucher.. If any rxl.t,
even if the claim Is secured by morgan on real state, at the
office of the undersigned, on Queen Street, Honolulu, within
six months from date, or they will be forever barred.
AL.KJL. J. tAM"KI'illl,
Administrator, with will annexed.
Honolulu. April 30, 18TS 4l .
AS JCST RECEIVED II IS I SI'AL SI P
PLIES FROM LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN. '
HIS STOCK WILL BE SOLD
VERY LOWEST PRICES!
Many Articles Considerably below Cost.
II K OFFERS i
Hennessy'a Brandy la c.uk or bottles, In boud or duty paid;
Martell's Brandy In cask, in bond or duty paid;
Jules Robins Brandy in cak or bottles, In bond or duty paid j
United Vineyard Proprietors, In bottles, In bond or duty paid;
Common Brandy In bottles. In bond or ditty paid-,
Fine Brandy In demijohns, in bond or duty pkld;
HoUknds Qin in cask, earthen and glatt bottles, In bond or
Bourbon Whiskey of various brands in cask and bottles, tn
bond or duty paid; such as Kentucky Favorite, Occiden
tal. Sour Mash and Rye.
Fine Brands of Port and Sherry, In wood and glaaa, In bond
or duty paid-
Rhine Wines Johanulsberger, Rudesheiiuer, Mebfraumilch,
Marcobrunper, te-, 4 c
White Burgundy, Bordeaux Wines,
ClareU Chateau Raman, Flcton Longuevllle, Margaux, St.
Jullen, Jtc, Ac.
8auterne Chateuu d'Youen, Haul Borusner de Re ne, really
choice delicious wines, and sold below cost.
Heldsieck and Rulnart Champagnes In bond or duty paid.
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
California, Australian and Hungarian Wines, Liqueurs, Ulltert
Scotch and Iriah Whiskey, Ale and Porter,
4c, kc, &c.
AT THE ST0SF. BriLDIXG, 13 Kl AH I'M! XI' ST.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED!
fllONS BEST SMITH'S COAL.
M. Tons Best Glasgow Splint Steam Coal,
liar Iron, In Assorted Sizes,
IjIME JUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 doz. cs. of the Celebrated Manufacture of John
Gilloo k Co., Glasgow,
ALHO, A. FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's Celebrated
STOVES & RANGES !
Highly Recommended by those who have tried them, still
on band and will be disposed of at Low Rates to Suit the Times.
FOLLOWING MACHINERY I
ONE SUGAR MILL. COMPLETE
THREE WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL
FIVE STEAM CLARIF1ERS. 400
and 500 GALLONS.
PER BARK D. C. MURRAY.
Ca.es Ueidseick's Champagne,
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases Ilennesiy's 1, 2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brands Brandy, Cases Best Claret,
Cases Best Scotch Whiskey, Casts Best Holland Utn,
baskets Best Holland Gin, stone Jug;
Cases Best Old Tom Qin, Case Asserted Clarets.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES!
Occidental, Hermitage and O. F. C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry, Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Hennesoy's Pale Brand v.
Quarter Casks Pale Hherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
Pints and Quarts.
Blood, Woh'e k Co.'s India Ps.'e Ale, pints and quartai
Bass At Co.'s India Pale Ale, pints and qasrtSi
JIST RECEIVED PER " KA MOI!"
MJEWAN'S XXX STOUT, IN STONE JCG9,
PINTS AND QUARTS.
Port lTUe, la S doz. t-.j Sherry Wlie, Ib 3 doz. t.
OF SUPERIOR 0,UALnY.
8l F T. LENEUAN i CO.
s-wL . - -
. if wjs5rTaiJWi J,L-'-i.-
" CHRIST IN ART."
A NEW AND ELEGANT HOOK. A ON-
r t:nu.aa irr.i. of ti.e L.'. ..r CilklAT. tn lb. ln
a:ur..f the t:v.-.ir;,.!, M l. I (. H4 -t(l.t..rs f i. It
Ii l!.u':n:rj by :iar!y I M hi'ti nti. tua-'udirg ooe bun
drJ full pife i !'-sS on n-rl a' ""-d, fr ra II.
FAMOUS I3IDA DESIGNS!
Splendidly printel co the ri. h-at toiii-d paprar l 1-mn.t ia
plain aihl aitnti'tuu. trl-s.
Tr-m IVv'.eta.'r l i I Sw .: f . of n,. it :
W hat a grand i la cf I ;f I'.u-n t a Isi.t r letter press
In the KKk, etry4 t ronti'iuoua h .aiiwy arid therisxIlkB
f.iare cf the U.r-e's aa to the l.fe t'hnat o w.her life of
t'hrlat can aver eon-.pare with this one, taken ffi-aa holy writ."
Her. II . V. Moore :
"Tbe llluatratiocs kre iral'y ew b!lneril. of Ui sacred
text. Reading th-e imcdI cf te HiVy Family retarnlsg
rrm Frrr and then kk epn Idd.'s deirn. so .trtkiairly
llluatrauna' the event, how eaa'IT aid vivl ly the mind will
drink In the who! scerre. Indeed, we must walk with Jiweph,
and braide the mother and babe all the way akrf
" How mtvh easier and more .urriaaiul'y I coaild ireh. If
every fan-.i'.y of n-,y concreratom bad a copy of ) work,
over whe swert priur-a tlej would v'e, and Iu whose
haarts the sacra-1 story would te all the more iniel ,i,ently and
tT Thr Prlcr ia very l.aaw, frwaa AO.Tw sua A
upwartls, actvrding to s:jle of hln liitf.
A COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED BIBLE
and Cyrl 'a,dia cf scrture, contaiolng tbe Apo-i)pba, Con
cor lanre. art.t r.i!m in Metre, and a
M'.t (OMPKFIirASI.K ituiLi: uktioxak. I
A Iliatory of all the ll.x'ka from Gelieala to Reva'ationai alas
a Iliatory f the d flVrent tran.:aliiiS wish luany tHher features
It la prSi.tid fr iu large dear type, on Ane Inned paper, and
bound iu ht lian.laoroeat and m wl substantial manner It
mi. tains nearly 4iHJ highly 0nlhed rnitraviiifs on steel and
wivd. by tluatave l'-rv, and other relbratet artiata.
XT The prl'-v i f a hu h ia within th reach of all.
The und. raiKne 1 Is agent fr the above valuable works aod
will le ordered f.r sub.crtbei. onlv.
us I. R. MITCHKI.I..
TO LET OR LEASE!
TIIOSEDESIKtllLK PREMISES ON
Alakea Street, formerly occupied by A. P. HKlCk
t UOl, Eaq. For I'arlk-ulara apply to
V7i J. A. 1.IMON.
THE IIDl'SK Al I.T AT THE K.N-
trance to l'U' Vall.y. formerly owned by Stephen
f pencrr. In goid repair, and suitable for a larz fami
ly, may leased for a teim of years. A pleasant teaidenee
and ronm auda a fins view of th. city. Haa suAloient paalar.
land for two horaea. Poaseaaion given on ths ltlh of May.
XT7 For particulars eniiuire al this Office. PUT 41
TO LET !
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES
fA on Kn-hard ttirert, opp.islte tha Hawaliau Hotel, fro
jLXjL formerly occupicil by Mr.. Oreen. A Very pleas mmm
aut location. 1'os.eaaion given Immediately.
V2 THE PREMISES FORMERLY OCCCPIkU A A I'. A.
MARINE IlttSI'ITAL, aljoliilng the atwve. Posses-
V.'t. ton given immediately. For particulars apply to
J. It. C iNKY. ot
e&7 c 8 BAiimw.
THE PREMISES LATELY OCCCPIED
by Kev. E. ti. Itr.CKM I T 1 1 . at Makawao. Maul, eom
uriaii One ami One 1111 calory llouae with the nece--
sary sul-buildiuga and cittern, with or without one acre ot
ground. For particulars, appl) to
OSS Sm r. hCllOlJ., Wailuku, Maul.
A HOUSE OK 4 ROOMS. Hi ll IIK,
Bath House, Ac. pleasantly s.tuated on Queea Htrvet,
in the rear f the New Government Buildings, and
well adapted for law) ci Offices. ApplvlnMK BA UN A H D,
on the preoilaea, or .1 the Clri k's tlffice. Court Houa. IMS 3t
FOR SALE AND TO RENT!
FOR SALE. 12 Arrra til 1 1 fa 4 aal itia
jK5 MANOA VALLEY. 6 acres ti , liereil. Koa ljjw
' Value $300; the reaidue lelng the bsti Taro p '
Land In Oahu.
This property wa, a 1 1 be .old at a1.-.rlu fr f 100.
FOR SALE. A NICE RESIDENCE, with beautiful
garden In l'suoa Valley, commanding a rudile view ol the sea,
and will be sold ceeap for cah to close partnership arciHinta.
TO LET. A WELL FINISHED FOt'R ROOMEU
HOUSE, at Corner Punchbowl and Queen Slreeis. This pro
erty Is In good order and condition. Kent niodeiale.
TO LET. A FIVE ROOMED RESIDENCE on makal
Side Queen Street, close to the Government llouaei ths grounds
run from the street to the tea, and this property will be let for
a term of years, al a very low rent, to an Improving tenant.
TO LET. Several Urge and small tracts of land In
Maima Valley, suitable for the culture of Rice, Bananas and
For further particulars apply to
E. T. O'll ALUlRAN.
U97 lm Solicitor, 31 Fort Street
Offers For Pale
Href, Mutton. Vrnl, few I mow ti Flats.
at the FISH MARKET STALLS, Nns. 18, 10,20,21, at tli
lowest Market Rate, l'l-.ae Blva n. a call. wk ly
THE FINE IRON BARQUE
ji st ae.uivi:i
IJ'i'oiii. 1-. ivorpool !
Landing her Cargo in Splendid' Order,
C0NS18TINU OF t
VERY FULL ASSORTMENT
A TV Ij
FANCY GOODS !
Soloctod with Groat Caro for
this Market !
FINK PRINTS OF FAVORITE AND NEW
DROWN 4 WHITE COTTONS, DENIMS.
WOOLLENS, LINENS, VELVET RUGS,
SILKS, LACES, IIAHERDASIIERY,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S SCARVES.
MUsLINS, BATISTES, ic, 4c, ie.
Bagging, Saddles & Canvas !
LONDON TOYS, BOOKS, PIANO FOP.TES,
Bass' Ale, Blood's Ale and Porter,
Tennent'a Ale, Ind Coopa & Co. Ale,
Martell's, Hennessey's, and Robin's Brands
Wines and Spirits,
Englitb Soap, Earthenware, Glassware,
Pipes, Furniture, Paints, Oil,
Brans and Iron Bedsteads,
Portland Cement, Corrugated Iron, Hoop Iron,
Fencing Wire, Hollowware,
BEST WELSH STEAM COAL,
FIRE BRICKS, CHALK,
o rs 1Z PAIR 1
WEST0.VS PATEXT CEMRIFIGAIS
With improved Wrought Iron Monitor Cas-Explof-ton
NOW ON VIEW.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
Umpn people rejoicA.