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Fit I DAT. FLERl'JRY 4,
It commercial matu-rs we learn cf little transpiring to of,
aiuea cf all kinds fc the we-k havirf been itrea!'y du'.L
r men Kauai we learn cf the savki cf a large i-irtiou cf the
cjr reported lost with tLe schooner Haltie, kcis of the sarue
4r.j tike a from trt submerse-! bold with tat slight moisture
:avic pciKtratM at the vvn; a fact which siak votuwa
-r cur local factory, in whe pickages the !.ir met.t was
naW. Wc karn nothing farther as to the i rujrts cf the
vcL She lies in about 5 tiltoma cf ater.
The m Misa!:, utid. r charter to the I M 3 Co, amved in
p-r this moroir from AarklaoJ, having connected at Kanda
u wito tUc City of San Francisco from Sydney. She bring,
latea from Sydney to Jan It, from which we oak a few ex
tracts or market reports, noted below.
The Mikado leaTes about 5 p m lor San FrancUco, taking a
fair amount of freight which has been accumulating tut slow-
Jy sine the mklJ!e cf" last month, owing to the unsettled slate
of the weather.
We note the following quotations of articles of island pro
duct in the Syilney Morning Herald summary:
fiioaas The market shows a dull tendency, which the ad
vices of fcux cargoes lading at Mauritius does nM improve.
Ration sugars have been scarce, and full prices were obtained
M colonial grown. Low grades of Honolulu and colonial sold
at X24 10a to 20 13.
R Transactions hare teen confined to a l w Ma of
dressed Java, quoted at Cimx. Market over.to. ked with
As much Interest was kit here, as well as at San Francisco,
oo the down run of the MikaJo and City cf San Francis, we
make the tutlowing inmnary from the published rert of both
vessels in the Australian papers.
The ss City of Ban Francisco arrived at Pjduoy, Jan 6, at
11 p m, 17 days, 13 hours from this port, via Auckland, and 26
days, 10 hours from Pan Francisco, the fastest time on record.
Th ss Mikado, which left here as the City cf gan Francisco
was comix la arrived at Sydney at 1 a m on the 7th, being
beaten 19 hours on the total run fioui San FrancUco and 12
hours from this port.
pout or hoijoi.tji.tj, h. i.
Jan. 29 Schr Marioo, Lambert, fm Nawiliwili, Kauai.
30 Hchr Mary Ellen, l"eni, from llilo, Hawaii.
3J Stmr Kilauea, Marrhant, from Kauai.
leb. 2 Scar Pueokahi. Clarke, from I Una. Maui
2 H hr W arwick, John Hull, fm Kalaupapa, Molokai.
3 Schr Ka Moi, Rcynchis, from Kahului, Maui.
Schr I'auahi, Ilopu, from llilo, Hawaii.
3 M ss Mikado, Moore, "20 days from Sydney via
Auckland Ac Kandavu.
4 Schr Kamaile, Bolles, fm Waimca b Kcdoa, Kauai.
A Schr fairy Uueen, Kaaina, from Ilanalei, Kauai.
6 81-jop Live Yankee, from Maliko J
Jan. 29 Am bk Powhattan, Blackstone, for Port Gamble.
32 Stmr Kilauea. Marchant, from Hawaii and Maui.
31 Bcbr Jenny, I. ilama, fm Kona and Kan, Hawaii.
Vtb. 1 Schr Marion, Lambert, fur Nawiliwili.
1 Schr Mary Ellen, 1'eni, for llilo, Hawaii.
2 Schr Active. Puaahiwa, for Kohala, Hawaii.
2 Hchr Nettie Merrill, Crane, for Lahaina, Maui.
P M ss Mikado, Moore, for Han Francisco.
Fob Kahi li;i Schr Ka Moi, sails this a. m.
Foa Wimdwasd Posts Stmr Kilauea, sails on Monday
VESSELS IX I'ORT.
HUMS Myrmidon, Commander R Hare.
Am sh Marianne Nottebohm, Whitney.
Haw brig Giovanni Apianl, Hority.
Am bk 1'owhattao, blackstone.
Tahitian bk Ionia, Lovegrove.
Haw wh bk Arctic, Whitney.
Haw wh brig Onward. Giiley.
Haw wh bk Desmond, Bmith.
naw bk Ka Moi, sailed from London Dec , to II Uackfeld
P M SS City of 8 an Francisco, fm Syduey via Auckland, to
Ilackfckl St Co, due about March 3d.
Uaw bk Mattie Macleay, from Portland, to Uackfeld & Co,
a about due.
Am schr Hera, fm San Francisco, to II Uackfeld Sc Co, is
looked for as due.
Brit 8jS City of Melbourne, fm San Francisco, to Brewer Sc
Co, due about Feb 9.
Brit 88 Vasco de Gam a, from San Francisco, to Uackfeld Ac
Co, due about Feb 9.
Brit schr Favorite, from Victoria, to Brewer Sc Co, is about
Missionary brig Morning Star, to E O Hall A: Son, due In all
Italian corvette Vittor PIsano, from Japan, due in all this
Am bk D C Murray, from Ban Francisco, to C Brewer Ac
Co, due about Feb 15th.
SATURDA Y, FEBRUARY 5.
At this yarticuliir time, when the Legislative
Bcwion is near at Land anJ Ministers arc about
jrcr-aring the BuJt to f resent before the As
sembly, it will behoove them t" take iato con
eiJuration (bcsiJea whatever other measures of
economy they may intend to irorxjee) the not
inconhiderablc number of useless offices that might
be abolished, or the expenditure for which might
he jroperly reduced. We have no inkling of the
policy that government intend to adopt, either
generally or particularly, in order to meet the;
necessities of the treasury; but we suppose thai
as intelligent and conscientious men, Laving those
necessities ever in mind, they will inaugurate a
settled policy of economy, and tax all their ener
gies to check the Bystem of lavish expenditure
into which the public service has fallen. As no
negotiations Lave yet been made for the loan con
templated by the last Legislature, even the tem-
jporary relief which tbat scheme might produce
if carried out, must not now be thought of.
Vhile we look forward with solicitude for the
J consummation of the Reciprocity Treaty, yet
knowing the deGciency of revenue that must
fallow, we should be looking about for every
available means by which to meet that deficiency
without injuriously adding to the burden of taxa
tion. But aside from the probable contingencies
of the Treaty, there elill exist abundant reasons
why every superfluous and expensive mere adorn
ment of our system should be immediately abol
ished, and nothing retained but that which is
actually necessary to the efficient conduct of pub
The duty therefore that will devolve upon
Ministers at this time, more perhaps than at any
previous time in our history, will be a grave and
onerous one ; and in the discharge of this duty
let us hope and believe that no undue deference
will be paid to personal interests whenever such
may be found to run counter to the claims of an
impoverished treasury or the needs of the public
ocrvice. , -
In looking over the Biennial Bill of Appropria
tions passed at the last session of the Legislature,
we have been impressed with the view that many i
of the offices therein enumerated and for which
salaries are paid, might be abolished without any
real detriment to the efficiency of government,
but that on the contrary, such a policy would
tend very materially to solve the financial pro
blem. In our next issue we propose to enter
into a somewhat detailed consideration of this
It does not accord with our taste to speak in
disparagement of any liberal profession so-called ;
but as these are liable, like all things human, to
degenerate from that type which was originally
the signification of their worth and at the same
time the warrant for their perpetuation and en
largement, there is therefore more or less room
afforded for the exercise of any moulding or cor
rective influence from those who are in a position
to make themselves heard ; and bo we now offer
our quota to this end in briefly considering the
actual state in Hawaii nei of one of those profes
sions which, in the march of civilization, usually
holds a prominent position in the van. We
mean the profession of the law.
But we hasten to say at the outset, that our
comments and criticisms are directed to the na
tive Hawaiian, and not the foreign members of
the bar. As men in all times and all nations
In this city last Wednesday, the biennial elec
tion for Ileprcftntatives in the Legislature parsed
off without noise or excitement. There was a
good deal of chaffering anuag the runners of dif
ferent candidates in the yard of Government
House, where the polls were held, but inside the
building everything connected with the voting
was carried on in a very quiet and orderly man
ner thanks to tLe imperative rule adopted at the
outset and vigilantly carried out by Marshal
Parke and assistants, whereby all electioni?ering
tactics were tabued. Throughout the day the
utmost good humor prevailed among the crowd,
which did not appear to be diminished at all
when at 3 o'clock it was announced tbat the fol
lowing gentlemen had been elected :
Mr. Henry W'aterhoute '2 votes
Mr. A. 8. Ealaukoa "M "
Mr. 8. M. Kamakau 684 "
Mr. E. K. Lihkalani 512 "
This result is a curious one, inasmuch as the
people have chosen in Mr. Kamakau a bitter and
pronounced opponent to known government meas
ures, and in Mr. Lilikalani one whose campaign
documents show him to be an enthusiastic sup
porter of those measures. Messrs. Waterhouse
and Kalaukoa, however, are not committed to
any particular measures, and owe their election
entirely to an active canvass.
In the other four districts of this island, na
tives only have been chosen, as follows: for Koo
laupoko, Mr. G. Barenaba; for Koolauloa, Mr.
J. L. Naili; for Waialua, -Mr. S. M. Naukana;
for Ewa and Waianae, Mr. S. W. Mahelona.
IIKIV.'; Ml A Ii'itM r. 1 tS.VJ.-M sin--'
MJ K: g !k,. Mrs. J. U. fc.ack hoU a srr c alt fury lo
calmly, tbouzbtfuj, and unitedly face the danger,
call f-.r b!c leaders and fvl'.ow them loyally, " until
the tyranny be overpast." I ttlict in a great fa- I iry, :CII','
tare fur these Islands If guiJci lj wi staicsceu. ; .
.ported tya Lravc. earnest and ,i,bi?mXKI. IIAVK Af-
fee' a very warm aii I dev interest in the nst.ve rae t ft MCKKinoN. to v;:.---t a:i mrm-
. l T I .-. i ti an 1 hrin- on t:'.V i Aur inn in II .;i..-j-a. snJ e:.f.-rce '.he- injmcr.t of nir.r ,f
fAinilv. And I have no rxrcoc.il oljcct to serve ia
laying my counsel before my fellow citiKus.
J. 11 CLACK.
U. IKOlrAU. M. I-
SPECIAL NOTICE !
aiK. THOMt . Til KIM I f
FIC COMMERCIAL Al VLUTlsKK P: t l ul l .Vnr.
lUuMi.Marn'. II attrihl t- tt t-t:.n.f t cf a.x.ui ts
"I repeat I bclicte ia a noble tuture i-r tue
country. It nes-ls not a gTeat cumber of people to
make a great nation. Greece inherits oa 'yicg fame
yet how few the free citizens of Athens "in the days
of Pericles ?
"Let us unite, natives snd foreigners, on the
great subject of national independence and the re
population of these islands.
Let us call for men, require from thecn a clear
and noble policy, and follow them loyally. And let
us ever remember that the true wealth of a country
U not its gold or silver, not its flocks and herds,
not its sugar and coffee, but its men and women.
' The good of the country must be founded in
i righteousness. F. II. B."
j Mr. Gibson's Address.
i A few days before the election, W. M. Gibson,
: Fjv. th well-known nroorietor of Linai, who is
a I.L. l'EKONS IIAVINti C"I, I.M AGAINST
Jui.n JJncr and WY.L.ia fan:,ft in rruttltJ t pre
sent tlie arn to the urvU-rj.gn.-J . .!-.-. at dr!ay.
rlcoolu'u, Jan. 25, 176 A Lt J. CAUTWUIGilT.
fltllK I'NUERSICNKD CIV US XtTICE
M thil he iutcnJs to l sbjnt from the K.tJm for a
time, ani thref-re Wishes a -.tlemei t of ou::anJirg accounts
due hica st the Apvsarssa Printing t)fic. lap to sad iuctu-l-uij
Dtc 3Ut. IsTS.) s ear'y t v.ithle Mrs. J. II. blsck,
at the I'crt Str-t fuir, snd Mr. ll-nrj mi-.h. Jr., st tte Ap
vekt:er tJ3S, re air.aoriird to give reoeipts.
Jn. 25: h 1ST6. (jvZiJLm) J. II. BLACK.
THE PAP YRO GRAPH !
riMIE IXDEKSIGXKO II AVE UECEIVED
M the areiR-y of the above Xcwr and Valuable I -vrnliou.
i'rintins from paper ir.tiucrlpt shicnisnow
r, ni.r of the mwit ust-fu! inventions of the sure. It
! U osffal for merrhants. Uwyers, school msslers, cWki, Ac .
i to ail who require to niullir'T manuscripts.
s,-;m.r -n t seen at the office of the underwent J. For
stle at reasonable rates
fc5 F- T. LEN KH AX r CO.
cf t;.e rsir. rl" (l
Hr.. lula. Jn 7. 1
THE IIOISE LATELY ' Vw'V.VsJe
- i y Mr.S. M. Carter. s.lcat-M at li e r.ot '4 I slse
1. Wait and Par.chl.lf s. lwi.ua f.rm tacuxl..
w Arr!ytU" MANUAL or MCB.
THE OYVELLINU IIOt'K LATELY
oocutd by the f ubscr.bcr. snu.tej en Hr.isn.a
V i. r.i rat r-tu.ir. an I i C:t-J Uh all
lt.e c.veniinces cf a first cl.. !....- 4 c
Mil AT VERY
ncMUAiu t: ivEi.i.lN
1 and Premises. No. 150 .-suuai.a
I d.umg room. Wdnm. dress.ri io.-ll' " """
ei t . on first fio,.r.-t.aa;er.t under .11 i three .
urood fllx.r. aiteben snd pantry eoi.m-i ted. .Uo ..th ,Im
beoeath.-balh.nit and sraahroom. carr.aire l.ou-. st ;'. ';' '
h.,... e. in order. Aip'T to J " U.
ALO The Cottage stil Prnuf sdjoirnrr. sriih .
..n.s.-kitchen. hatlrfoctn, s.rvanls rxm. store fW'
at.d carriage house
.sill' IM'ltLIC ARE IIKHKHl
nrwrcTTT A T WrtTTfT1
noted as a vigorous writer and an earnest friend of y t ., ,sv...
the Ilawaiians. issued an address to the people in 1 1 "t VnRvirr iii attend to the business of this
English and Hawaiian, in Which he offered them Cor.alate at' the French Chancellery , bet 'i.0011 of 10
8 . and 12 every day- Lntranw on Punchbowl Street,
some very sound adtice, and ubly revteweU tne tiif.o. DALLIEC
national Situation. We maVe room for tWO Or three jalotf Consul and Commissioner of France.
r,rr7ranha " from the address. Several thousand TXAWTT'TI I
r D r - I WW U.f AMV
1 lli that JOM-l-H I'l'CIi ALMiY ha.
sell any Leather or material made at the hALAl AO TAN
NEHY. nor to incur any espsnd.tur on account of the same
except through the undersigned.
Honolulu, March 17, 1S73.
A New Work Just Completed !
Ill lIERT II. KtXCUOKT's
v Hawaii's two principal needs, without which
ehc cannot reach her proper condition of prosper
ity, are population and capital ; and the acces
sion of the one will attract the other. With
these, and the rich natural resources of our isl
ands, now all undeveloped, we mignt become a
manufacturing country, instead of importing aa
we do about every necessity of civilized life.
England is a manufacturing country. No raw
material is shipped from her ports ; nor does she
produce the material to be worked up in her own
factories. She even buys the food of her opera
tives abroad, and pays the freight on it across the
ocean ; and yet she ia rich. The countries that
Bell cotton and wool and brcadstuffs to England
are not her creditors, but her debtors. When
those countries want money to build railways, to
develop mines or other resources, they borrow it
from England provided they can show satisfac
tory collaterals. How is it that the countries
.that produce the raw material and sell it to Eng
land have Ices money than she ? It is because
the labor bestowed upon the material by the
manufacturer exceeds in value the material in its
natural state. It is because vastly the largest
proportion of what the consumers pay for the
goods they buy is paid for the labor that prepares
it for use. It is because to take a familiar ar
ticle for illustration of the twenty dollars you
pay for a common coat, one dollar goes for the
material in its natural state and nineteen for
making into a coat. The manufacturing coun
tries will always be the countries to which the
money will flow. And since the consumption of
manufactured goods continually increases, the
relative advantages in favor of manufacturing
countries must become greater. This fact lies at
the bottom of any Bound system of political econ
omy. The first condition of prosperity in any
country other things being equal is the build
ing up of its manufacturing interests.
3siSiS."t:a: U"a Hawaiian Postage Stamps. NATIVE RACES of the PACIFIC
heuJ the cpiniou prK!ed i man, ,... .bat y'!S "tSST.'.S VSJ.rS'aJ.S
the sentiments therein put forth by Mr. Gibson have fromh worn I can bay Stamps ly the looo. LATIMK
made a salutary impression upon the native mind, K DB;w York, v . A.
and had no small influence in producing the quiet
and good order that prevailed in the city on election gTEINWA pIANfj FORTE FOR SALE
daJ- , . . .. rr.m.-,a ONE OP THE BEST INSTRUMENTS
- " You need new blood, lou should mingle with lffrH ever brought to these inland,
other races kindred to you, aud become a re-invigor- jaa Enquire at the office of w. a. IRWIN co.
ated people. You hare been so long, so many ages . , r o Irvnf I nno !
isolated in the great ocean, and have so long inter LOOK UUt TOP Val6niill6S I
bred and associated in your narrow isles under the
VOLUMES. 4. Oil I PAGES, 19 I'OIM'KK-
is) ! . i v mis inJ A1S iiuatrationa.
Bound In Cloth, Vheep, Half Morocco, Half Iluit, Half
Calf, Full Russia and Three t an. .,,.....
The undersiRued, appointed agent f.r these Islands f..r the
above really exhaustive work, tak.es pleasure In auuouwii.s: Us
completion, and will receive subscriptions f..r the same in sny
style of bindins: thai may be desired.
i-i..,lr and oi.inions of the world's literati concerning It
furnished on application.
VoU. 1 to 4 ow TUP. TUUI M
AT THOS. CJ. TIIRCM'S.
Russian Caviar and Roedreu
AT THE IIOIEL.
Rosscll, Jan. 7. The whaling bk Niger, Capt Haiiett, f have found it expedient in the settlement of
New Bedford, arrived last night. 0 days from Mangea Island- ciaima before courts to Select persons presumably
Her take is 600 bbls sperm since May. She reports the Coral, ... . . . i ,. .
capt Marvin, at the Marquesas, oa the 1st November, with 85 better able than themselves to place their caecB to
bbls sperm, left oo a cruise; also, the Lagoda, Capt Lewis, with the best advantage, so with the Uawaiians, and
460 bbls sperm, Jeft on a cruise, at the Marquesas on the same jj,e extcn8ive list of those licenBed to practice in
date, tspoae at sea the snip niuton, sjapi t-uner, wun uu i . . , . . r.,-. ti;.
11111 mUlLD 13 IIIUUIK V 1 n
bbls sperm, taken since Jane. Sailed: the whaler California,
oo a cruise.
The following is the English version of an article
which was contributed to the native newspaper
Lahui Hawaii," last week :
! " There is said to be a considerable party among
the natives who wish all the business of government,
and all offices to be put into native hands, to the
exclusion of all foreigners. This is absurd, f First of
all, the natives are in no way able or fit to"' carry on
any civilized government. And secondly, the for-
need continual heavy weather from Sydney to Auckland;
more moueraie ironi inence o rtanuavu. rrom tuner port 10 i . . ntn.nna
nnnlBl. h! stron- NE trades. The delav at Kandavu tUat eiCCSSlVe litigation Uiuuug uuy
(owing to arrival off there at dark) explains the cause of the points to some cause, more than the mere desire
passage being a little lurger than usual. The City of San I 0f person Or that to OPprCBS OT lDJUrO HIS
from the maxim that supply is always governea a --.v-v --r----
leml work done. We must however remember
w . . i i a. 1 a 1 1 sT..1
Baro.T o, BS M.aaoo, F Moo.E, CoMMaSDKa.-Experi- by demand, there must be an immense amount of . urouu; v
... . - . I J ' . I onnsMtutinnal means. And. note well, any creat
Francisco waa the connecting shin at Fiji, and would await the
arrival of the Granada from San Francisco, then proceed to
Dunedin, N Z, and be the next through ship to San Francisco.
Arrived in Honolulu Friday, Feb 4th, at 4 a m.
! From Kauai ler Kilauea, Jan 30th Judge D Mc Bride
and 5 children, P Isenberg and 2 children, J II lilack, Wm C
: Vilder, M T Uopnell, Thos Lack, Mrs McShane, V L Wil
' fox, U Titcomb and son, Ahinaaiid II deck.
oa Wisdwabd Pobts Per Kilauea, Jan 31st Mrs Ma
f Jlee, Misses Nellie, Alice and Rosa Makce, Mr and Mrs rpaul-
iling Sr, Col Z a Spaulding, wife and child, Miss Wicke, W R
:' Brown, S Van Cleve, Kev II U Parker, V F Conway, Miss
i Emerson, E Preston, K Delemar, R Charlton, Robt l.ewers,
T M Pico and son, and about 80 deck.
Foa 8aj Fbascisco Per Mikado, Feb 4th Capt A N
Tripp, Chaa Wall, Max Eckart, Chas Lancaster, J 11 Black,
Chr Uchman, a llorton, C J Murphy, W Pulsipher, U Kalili.
neighbor ; and this may be bad laws, or laws
loosely administered ; or some extraneous moral
influence, which, though bad in itself, is not
comprehended in the list of statutory offenses.
The latter of these is no doubt that which baa
given to the Hawaiian bis reputation as a litig
It has often been a subject of remark that Ha
waiian high-schools and seminaries contribute
more largely to the supply of petty fogging law
yers than to any other or useful profession. This
is no doubt strictly true ; and yet we would not
be understood in saying so to intend any reflec
tiAn iiTVtn flincft vprv necessary institutions. Ha-
. a vi-a wtv- v- j -a
outbreak of violence for this or any other purpose
would cause the foreigner to call for the protection
of a foreign flag, by which means the country would
lose its independence at once. The natives do not
realize how very small their country is. They need
to be reminded that Honolulu contains the popula
tion of a small country town, and the whole king
dom that of a single 4th rate town of Europe or
America. As a political body Hawaii exists only by
the sufferance of the great powers. And only so
long as it behaves itself decently and carries on a
respectable show of government will it be allowed to
continue. Let them not deceive themselves, they
cannot go back. They can never shut themselves off
from the world and return to the malo and all that
represents. No doubt the advantages ol civilization
they have acquired have been dearly bought. ro
doubt the white man has given the natives many
benefits with one hand, and inflicted fearful evils
destructive influences of polluting heathenism, tbat
your blood has become corrupt aud weakened, and
predisposed to receive and succumb to every new
disease that comes to desolate your beautiful islands.
The red people of Java do not suffer from foreign
disease any more, nay, not so much as the foreigners;
because the red people of Java have as healthy and
as vigorous a constitution as the foreigners. And
their vigor aud increase is owing to their being a
mixed people of kiudred races, consisting of the an
cient Jawi or Javanese stock of the Sundese, of
Malays, and of Hindoos; the latter havingfounded a
great colony in Java, and constitute the bulk of the
population of the island, which now numbers over
15,000,000 red skins like you, and yet all are now
called Javanese. And were these islands to gradu
ally receive 50,000 Hindoos and other red races,
kindred to the Hawaiian, the offsprings of these new
people and of you native people would all be Uawai
ians; and so your name and race would continue to
possess this archipelago, even should you increase to
1,000,000 of souls.
"Therefore, why should you, Oh, Hawaiians ! occu
py aad disturb your minds over questions about a
loan, or a treaty, or even a succession to the throne,
which you cannot affect or change. Let your minds
dwell upon your sad condition as a decaying rem
nant of a once numerous people. Listen not to the
lying talk of those who tell you that it is the pres
ence of the foreigner which causes your decline.
Look to your sad disproportion of sex. The last
census in 1872 showed that there are nearly 7,000
more males than females. 7,000 men in a little com
munity like this wko cannot get wives f Look at llilo
in a population of 4,220, there are about 1,000 men
who must be without natural and lawful partners.
And notice Koolaupoko, on "this island, where there
are 1,224 men and 804 women ! How in such & I r IDDCDQ TIFQ Ri P Rj C
Btate Of society can the men find helpmeets to in- oL LliWj I ILOj OcLsj Otwi
crease and multiply as uoJ commanded I iney oo
not find them; but Ob, sorrow ! two and more men
are content to live with mutual consent with one
woman, under your miserable designation of puna
luas, and there are no children ! No troops of chil
dren in Hawaii, and how can there be, when so
many of your poor women are defiled and blighted
with sterile wombs ! This is a woeful condition of
your race, a condition which will not permit any
hope of improvement in fecundity or morality ; but
it affords this hope, that it ia a Btate of things which
if properly represented to Christian nations like
Great Britain, having the control of populations of a
MIE I'XDERMbXKI). FORM ER ItY WITH
H Mr. Eckart, beps to intorm cuisens oi """---"-vy
public generally, that he has taken the tore on tort I Krert.
opposite Odd fellows Hall, (formerly occupied by Thos. Tan
nstt where he will live special attention to the n.anuUctum.s;
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry
Particular attention riven to eh. " and Kukul '-
rr Will guarantee salislaction in all bi '''
Honolulu, Nov. 27th, 187a. (noJT) W -JKN R
FOR SALE !
Ml is till EK HAVE PROVIDED
n-.)rll wiih one of thos
waiian law, as practiced in our lower courts, is ... th lhe AU tbj8 the friends of the native
rather a simple affair, and ca6y for any naif- race wiU rea(jiiy allow. There is then no going back
Fsov svnsEv Per Mikado. Feb 4th 1 cse groceries, l or tnlucated person to master ; ana its Doing so easy op Btain(i;ne still. The time is critical. If the race
v t.-v a. -i ...i.iiA.sf O I . ... I .
VVvT of access to a lazy person is probably that whicb ia t0 be saTed the time is come to begin the work
ry, i cse muse. rroverns the preponderance ol taste tuat way. well then, the native cannot expei tue wuuc mu
We need not go far for proof of the disreputable nor deprive him of great political influence. The
rWtor of some of these disturbers of quiet Ha- white man understands the business of government,
waiian life ; men who for mere lucre would barter the native does not. And I say with aU the earnest-
even the liberty as well as the eubetance or their nes i am capaoie 01, ana w x uw
r ' .v. Jnd.tatriouslv scatter words in the ears of all the native leaders. We can-
v--r JmU nf Rtrife and dissension in or- not keep up our national independence except under
dcr to reap for themselves a larger harvest of
fees. With this larp:e class of pretended &oions
to guide and shape the actions of the more guile
less portion of the native community, it is no
wonder that in many instances the laws intended
for their welfare should have become almost a
banc. If there is any influence, moral or other
wise, that can reduce to a riinimum the number
of these heralds of misfortune, it certainly should
ith all possible rizor. And we know
ST 12 A HI Kit OltANADA,
Ladles, Misses and Children's Tine and
Heavy Custom Made
Corner or Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu, II . I-
N. B. "Wc do not boast of having all the
White Kid and Satin Slippers in Honolulu,
but can accommodate those who call soon
with a Superior Article of BURTS' BEST.
"7 o X" y ID o s 1 r ft 1 1
Garden, Out Houses and every Convenience
FOR 8ALK CHKAP. ALPO,
a VP.RY CONVENIENT COTTAGE !
Pleasantly IncaUJ Knqulre of
1 II 13
V. 8. UAUTOW.
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
vLirh vill siauj the ParrafC PmaalM-rt, ami th'L ars iHiljr
to W l.ai at the
STORE of M. MclNERNY .
H7(7Y ctitt t'C fottmt tiny vr
EVEltYTHIXG IS THE WM LIVE
Among which arr
LaJic' Polls' Pul Iraitirr Trunks, rivrW tfi
Ladm' til Hri.lir laihrr Trunks, nvrl atls;,
la.li-' lulut Lrathrr Trunks, srwed elr,
1.1 1 ' t.lrirant U-alhrr I'ovwd Nkra(t'aa,
I.aJi-a' t'cmillton iaraUlts,
IaJIcs' kinhossril nne haral f as,
l.aJiro' KItI Travrllni lrinj fairs,
Lailx-t' Kussia Leather rh" -n alisrs,
Iali-s' tt ss: ai'l KHiculiS In all stam,
lAilira' Canvas Cuvcrril Vruutt,
LADIES' STATE ROOfrl TRUNKS!
An article much in dcman.l, lii( neatl th slats
rooiu Ix rilt.
Holi4 r-ole Leather Trunks, rivetnl rulers
Unit's f lil llrt.lle lltin Trunk. rlvHeil rtlfrs
tlciit's lealhrr I'rnnks In all siaesi
tieiii's Hound Kilg Trunks,
tient's Ki.U.I Klt l-alhrr aliaes,
tlcnt's Ktlille l4-ath-r VsIims,
tlenl's N. I ami 3 ltliu Valiwa,
U-nl's 1'alriit I'tirnrr Vailn-s,
(ienl s tlegaut Kuia leail.rr
llriil'i f hawl ami lllanki t Flr s. Trunk Ptrss,
Tourut aud Tiavrb-r's Haga and I alises
In Jocf ( iu rytlitiHj in the .afnu'f line? itutl
at 11, J 7.W.- .
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
A X F.I.KOAXT I.I N i or
GENT'S SHOE YARE
Among which are the
CELEBRATED CORK BOLE GAITERS !
JttHt the thing fr the wet weatlnf .
Tho Noatcst Stylo of Mon8
Kver oTereil lu re. Among whli-li aro lh rMirate4 Kverstl
Hli..-r, ami In f.ii't evi rything In all well SluteI IIimiI and
AU the iihove limit of (Jowl trill be Sold
it I'rifts to twit the Tillies.
A Fino Cut Chowing Tobacco !
Tlit-kP f;oaU arr well ltusM hrf sad ssvrsl
it rri-inM-inls)ilsn. Kvery l'lr
AT TIIK iilAt COHNKK.
Cnrmr of I'ort ami Memhanl ftreslt.
DIAMONDS, JEWELRY !
JUST ItKCKIVEl) !
And For Salo by
F. T. LEfJEHAN & CO..
TOBACCO k CIGAR
FoPobt CaMBt-K Per Powhattan, Jan 29th
Fob Bait Fbsscisco Per Mikado, Feb Ith
Betel Leaves, bxs..... U Kalo, bxs..M
Bichede Mer, lbs 323. Molasses, galls
Bananas, bneba 705 Old Metal, lbs.....
Coffee, lbs 8190 j Personal Effects, cs,
Cocoanuts, bxs 2;Bice, lbs
Fungus, lbs 1600 Sugar, lbs
Hides, lbs 12776 Sugar Cane, bdls...
Value Domestic. ..... .$18,000; Foreign
ESTABLISIHED IN 1858,
OFFKRS FOR BALE A FIXE ASSORTMKNT OF
In this city, February lt, to the wife of Mr. W. Brash,
In this city, February 2d, to the wife of Mr. J. G. M. Shel
don, a daughter.
1 The Firemen's Tarade. The Annual Parade of
the Honolulu Fire Department, under direction of J. . more abie or better qualified to exercise
S. Lemon, Esq.. Chief Engineer, took place on Thurs- influence than the judges of the Supreme
day last The Department did not show as strongly Courtt with wnom rests the power of caneelliD,
the guidance of the foreigner. It is a great law that
where the white and colored races come together.
the white takes the lead. And it must always be so
here. The natires can no more alter this law of in.
editable progress than they can choke up Kilauea by
dumping in stones.
" No ! They hate to take the situation such as it
ia, and if they are wise they will make the best ol it
What then can be done T
" Let all sects and parties drop their mutual jeal-
oubIm and unite ucon a few leading measures. Let
them support their King in choosing able and re.
sponsible Ministers, and demand of them a clear and
straightforward policy for getting the country clear
And let the people now choose able and honest rep
resentatiTes, if such are to be found in the kingdom,
not men who are bribed by money, offices or whisky,
or who will waste precious days in endless discu
sions about reducing the dog tax, but who will throw
themseltes earnestly into the work of understanding
the real nature of the great evils the country is suf
fering under, and back up the Ministers in their
measures of relief.
These principal measures to be
"1. Immigration to be arranged soaa to favor
not merely particular industries, but build up the
" 2. Ministers to be individually responsible
3. Economy and abolition of useless oCices
hearty cheers were given ior vur iucujau , ated ,rom ine OUpremtJ vuuuj noaw w1Dwu6w 4j paDijc jJealth.
The parade was over ty 12 o ciocs, uu tuc UmcUv the tendcncy to litigation among tue peopie. ..Much that is laid boTe wiU doubtless be distaste-
companics, each at their respective rooui, pu.a v. Now to our mmd3f in reuectiDg upon mis ful t0 many. That cannot be helped. This is no
a bountiful lunch, and an hour or iwow - and the aiiegcd intention, and again upon tne time t0 propbe8y comfortable things, and prophesy
social enjoyment. The usual lojal toasts were uu y Qf th( readmission to practice of mischievous Thfi country hai baJ and has too many
hoiiorea, speecnea maue. u - rf native aboye reIerred t0,tnerc seems io prol)heti 0f the breed of Zedekiah the son Chenaanah
was naa. ib cu.f r -- - bc ,aVolvea a ratner curious connici ot pnncipica. j decline to adj to tbo number.
No. 1, J. T. Chayter foreman, io, "L But we trust that the time will yet come when .. when a flood is about to break it is silly and
W. McGuire Foreman, k men, u- .;n i,i fln,1 rnr.niRlv rfnrm i r. . v.: t,na,la i;i-o r.afrlchpH. and
Tlt b T.ad.Ipr Co.. J. lu- vuun, n. v.j o -y w"J ' "' v" ' .
in numcers as on buuic v.v..-. , -
may be accounted for by the showery weather which
prevailed and the muddy condition of the streets.
The different machines were in perfect order and
made a handsome appearance as the procession,
headed by the band, marched through the principal
streets. They were unadorned, with the exception
of "Mechanic" No. 2, which displayed a profusion
of flowers and evergreens, with appropriate mottoes.
Two's " greatest adornment however, in the ap
preciation of the spectators, was a trio of " volun
teer " little oneg Willie Nott, Danson Kellett and
for cause any name on the roll of licensed practi
tioners. We Lave known of native lawyers
whose names were thus stricken from the roll for
fraud on their clients, or extortion, but we have
subsequently beard of their rcadmission to prac
tice ; and this is rather a disparagement to our
proposition, and certainly a line of action not cal
culated for the relief of the simple people upon
whom these vultures prey. Some time since a
step was taken in the right direction, whereby a
law was enacted limiting the right of appeal to a
stock suited for your national physical recuperation, p onrl RiHiorVi Qslnnn
would strongly and effectually appeal to their en- lljnrjrj dlltl DIIIICU U OQIUUM,
I lightened and philanthropic spirit to induce them to
grant to Hawaii every opportunity for increase ot
people which the demoralized and declining state of
this country requires.
r " And thus I would speak unto your King : Oh,
Chief! successor of the Great Kamehameha, and
seated on the Hawaiian Throne; though your state
be small, and the least among the family of nations,
yet your opportunity for renown as an illustrious
ruler is as great, as if you governed millions of souls.
Of vou and of your government there will be ex
pected by all thoughtful men of the civilized world
some wise, patriotic, and faithfully pursued policy
for the oherishiogand increase of your people; and
that such policy will be held paramount to any other
questions, whether of trade or finance, or other par
ticular interests of the country. And you, Oh,
people ! must strengthen the hands of your King
with cheerful service and a zealous loyalty. And
then you, united with true hearted and loyal foreign
ers, can all join together as a strong and harmoni
ously blended little community in the building up of
Hawaii. We can with union and wise co-operation
slop the prevailing wail of death with the voices of
increasing people. We can with more women ci
chaste races to be found and got by the Eeeking,
have more fruitful unions and gladden with mar-
riaces the land so saddened with funerals. We can
make our lonely valleys resound joyously with the
clamor of little children. We can enliven once more
the now silent shores of Hawaii with a thronging
and a busy people. And then when an electric caDie
unites us to our neighboring continent and to tne
rest of the world; and when the fleets of the Tacific
rendezvous in our port of Honolulu, and the traffick
ing and traveling nations fill our marts with wealth
gathered from all quarters of the globe, then may
little Hawaii, the least, be one of the most blest of
the family of nations; and being strong in her Chris
tian, moral and enlightened attitude, sit royally as
the Queen of the great ocean, and shine forth as a
proud and redeemed state before an admiring world."
THE OLD CORNER snvor STsTcig !
fHHK UXDBRSIOXKO HA 1 OX IAXITHK
FIXE GOLD WW SILVER WARES !
Mbl. Sheldon-children of active members of the jury trial in civil cases to actions involving not
company, that were seated on the platform or tne ic63 than aU m value, xue aocu uujww u.
eneine during the march. On passing the Talace, the act, (which was understood to have cman-
West Foreman, 18 men; " Pacific " Hose
wainui Foreman, J men, ' .,,,, ;n tmrtieuhir. for the relief of the ,;w w .Wll Mr. We can either prepare for
uo.. James i - i . . .
rnrirnari. 6 men. As was remarked -
. - - v 9-
a. a.i l.VU .r l-t a HnnL'H. I .... v
by one of he speakers at uio iau i 4. Mechanic" Engine No. 2. The tollowmg om-
the factf jfeaexisteace of this Department in such Y elected -n the above Company on the 2d
m 7 s rxz a sal fTrr' man mill c
admirabiwtaie 01 exucicutJr, - 6- - iastatt:
J. W. McGuire...
. . i . i
infia bv fire. Another fact to De rememuereu
. .. . . - inniv mamhorslun of this imnortant 1 John Adams
If l&at U1U " - . , l w. Maxwell
W. 8. OraaU
At ia made no of men who are noi propeny j.o.M.sheidon..
First Assistant Foreman.
...... Second Assistant Foreman.
the flood and in a measure guide it, or we can ignore
U and be overwhelmed by it. The one course is that
of children, the other that of men. And men have
two ways to choose from. They may on one hand
lose their beads in view of the danger, waste precious
time and their own powers in quarrels and jealousies,
thus hastening their own destruction, like the Jews
of old and the French of to-day. Or they may
Light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO !
And a Large Assortment or
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES J
Tobacco Pouches, I'ipe Stems,
Amber anl Uorn Mouth Pieces,
Pipe Buttons, Cigarette Paper, etc., etc.
Ladies and Oents Superior Cluster and Solitaire Piamond
Rinjfs. a ull l-ine,
t -.i:- ...I nni. t'in.ralil. Ituliv and Oarntt UiiiRt.
Ladies French Sapphire Kings, a Full Line of Atntd llintf",
LADIES' GOLD WATCHES !
Stem & Key Winder, both French tfc American,
La.lies Gold Opera Chains,
Ladies Neck Chains,
Ladies Gold and filrcr Thinhlft,
Gents' Gold and Silver Watches
STEM AND KEY WINDER,
Including the Cel brat-d E. Howard li Co.. A,1 ton, Tr icy
Co., and all the other Renowned Makeri,
Gold Lockets and Chains, Gold Charms,
Gold Pens, Massive Gold Bracelets,
rLadies and GmtO
Gold Kar Rings, Gents Oold r Hilver Chaim,
Solid Silver Table Forks & Spoons,
Holid Filver DMert Forks and Ppoons,
Solil Kilver Tea Pikkios, 8olid filver Puear Shellf,
Solid Silver Salt frfons. Bolid hilv-r I'm, Cake, and n.li
Knives, Solid Silver Butter Knives,
Id fart, a Xrat Line of Wares In th Aboe ;oods
WHICH WILL BE
SOLD AS LOW AS TJUJ LOWJCST,
XT The Public will do well to Call and Examine these Nice
Ooodi before Purchasing Elsewhere.
EX AGLAIA AND CEDER,
And Other Late Arrivals.
ionn UKsr kmitii roi
Tons Ut'il Ular'W Pliiit ptraui coal,
liar Iron, In Aakortril Hw,
II. J. XOLTE,
Corner of Queen and Nuaanu St.
FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD ! !
JROM KAST M A I I. FOR SA I.E V
n20 """""" "
Issubasce. Two days after proof cf loss by fire
at the Ilanalei Plantation, the agencies of the North
British and Imperial Fire Insurance Companies,
(Messrs. Iloffuchlaeger & Co., and A. J. Cartwright,
Esq..) paid up the insurance cf their respective
offices, amounting to net far from S 10,000. The
promptness of action in this case ia praiseworthy,
and should prove an incentive to property owners to
INVUCE OF AMERICAN CLOCKS !
H. HACKFEI O & CO..
FOR SALE at SAN
. .... . ti ivp RKCEIVEI) PER
" . . . . . v-hich will be sold at lie Low-
"rS" n.hrr'-or'lV. we'will not be UNDERSOLD in
vrsa. a a
C. S. BARTOW,
LCTIOXEER, SALESROOM OS dl EE.N
Street, foot of Kaahnmanu.
JUST RECEIVED PER SYREN.
DIRECT FROM BOSTON". AMERICAN
I'KIMK POKK, American Mefs Beif,
New Bedford Tow Line,
New Bedford Cattin Falls,
New Bodforl S'halemen Oar.
50 Bales B t Tatent Oakum,
AU of which wi!l be Sold at Low Prices by
Wail.uk c, mail
for Sale by
CROP OF 1873
C. BRKWER k Co.,
CALIFORNIA LIME !
riTivpn MURRAY. IN PER-
mm mm m. '4 W m. m - m.
MM, FECI OltUER
BOLLES A CO.
For Sale at greatly reiiucea prices, uj
i LATE BOOKS,
PICTURE FRAMES AND MOULDINGS
for special sixes,
Shortly Expected by Steamer or following
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Preserved Meats, Fruits, Vegetables.
pOR SALE BY BOLLEfc CO.
a v r kits ONLY. PER FALKIN-
J bur this day. For Sale by r rA
1'iwcctiYo inn payment f
At THOS. O. THRUM'S.
E. S. CUNIIA PROPRIETOR.
MERCHANT FTREET. HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
FRF.SII LI M E. J I a lll-.r.i w.m..
per " 1. C. Murray," ami for sale at lowest mara.fl
H. C. ALLEN.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 dot . cs. of (he C lelirat' d Msnufarturt of John
Oilloo A Co., Ulsafow,
FOLLOWING MACHINERY 1
ONE S 1' CJ A It MILL. COMPLETE
THREE WESTON'S CEXTIIIFLOAL
FIVE STEAM CLA Rl Fl Kllti, 400
aad 500 GALLONS.
I 11 Y GOODS!
CALIFORNIA POTATOES & ONIONS.
a SMALL OtrANTITV RECEIVED PER
J V. V. ML KKA V . For fcale y
30LLE.4 A CO.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. FO R HALF.
IN Uuantitiei to t!uit by BULLLri A CO.
Per Ceylon, direct from Boston!
TH.4LE.MEVS OAKS, FROM I O FEET
T to 2i feet long, of the best quality.
For sale by (ull)
. , ...,.... j. jj. terms moderate.
. oijiarette airt;r, etc., etc
J. S. CURNEY,
tOXFECTIOX, TOCAfCO AMI BILLIARD SALOOX,
No. 19 Nuaanu Street, 4 uVri b-low Kinit.
Dealer in Shells, Coral and fJcneral Cmioxidtn
Pcrest CisDia?, Cir.aas, Tosacco, LitM..sin A Wstkb
Jal5 aLwars oa hasp-
11 RES II FROM THE I'Al'TOKV OF IJl'13
1 McMurray A Co., received per Ceylon, in cases of iwo
doien each COO Dzen- oe od two P,',n;1ucf .
For ! low bj 1) BuLLEH 4r CO.
uiu m wood. Mothinc in town
j IflHO US!
Cases HeliUeick's ChampaKli", i"its and quarts,
Bankets Ijiwrence's ( haui-ai(D, tf and ts,
Bank'H Ijiwretict'a Cbairil'SHe, eltrs dry,
Cas Ilenw-spys Brsndv,
Caws Martell's a Brandy,
Cas. I'lai.at's 1H02 llrar dy,
Caw huiall (ienera,
Ba.kfH B'st Geneva,
Ciki n- t old Tui ;m,
Cavs Bi-st Kinahan's L Irinh Whiskey,
CaK-i iMinvllle's Irish V.'blakey,
IVnt r'.trh W hitk ',
Uimrur Cfks Il.-i.n-sya Bt falf Braudr,
IMarter Caki Mart It's B at Brandy,
Quart'-r Catks Jamaii a Rum.
U E S T AMERICAN WIIIHKIKII
Occidental, Hermitage aud O. F. C.
Cas. s B at I'ale Hi' rry, Cases Host OIJ Tort,
Quarter Cak Bale Hherry,
Qusrlrr Cauls Irish Wl.lt.key,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
Finis and yuarti.
India I'ale Ale, lnl( and quarts,
Its' A Co.'s India Pal Ale, .lnl
JUST LANDED, EX BARK CEDEfi
M9fcVANS XXX STOUT. IN NT ONE Jl'OS,
7 I INTrt ANU ULAKTr).
Tort Ulnf, la 3 ttoz. t. Sherr) Hlnf, li I imt. tu
Of PCrKRIOR QL'ALITF.
LKNKIIAN tt CO.
kind. For gale at Reasonable
. a u mxiji
own a pntfh upon it-it Is the TN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FROM t G.I.
Rteiby JJL loo to a barrel. For Bate b "!
B.C.ALLEN. I VT7 CIIAB. l)NQ f
M H A 1M T ST ff n i I ' - J