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Mirnvo mnremet Is hare not been en;ivema the r.it
werk. i-.r d Itit outl -j5t prn:nie no lU.r.g UiQi-rrnc till the
ratilica:...u of th,; Treaty by the :vnate, i!,e proclamation by
rr-.ia-f,t tyrant uf te s line, an, I not.flcailon i f the time of its
gw.g i-.t. tO" ct. The arrival of the a Zealand en y ra
IcrJay n. ruing aij I...I bring ILia aa had b.en e,..cled l.y
many, ru.ii.eut).y fce:gh:a are aw.l;ln;j further a civic-..
lUrk .Matti- Mac;.i, lliMugh Ivail. 1 r Port'ai.d. aud ready
f r C.e.aiiC.; b.,t .-atu.d.y, tiid it sail till this afternoon; brig
P.uiire. rrivjrie I !a,t week as U f r VictotU. w;i. l,robb!y
g t away to-morr ,t, ilf-.ujjh not wir, a fuli cargo. Bark
Mary li. lie Roberta hauled to the ateau.ec's wharf Ihia niorn
ii g, to commence loading
Respecting 'lie Sugar that has been stored for mouths pa.t
io in Banded Warehouse la Saa Francises, it baa been mooted
th:tt In the event cfi:s net beicf avowed to enter coder the
pcriion of the Treat, it wUI pajr to retura it here asd re
sL.p agaia for that port. Tti would girc freight to a good
fleet fur a Lu'.e time, and employment to oar team and steve
dores. The ran Francisco Buiittim in iu article oo the Sugar
Market bat lbs following on the aaxne subject:
A the id'HM of the Treaty by the United 1? tales Senate
and ibe Hawaiian Government took place over a year ago, tbe
terretary rf the Treasury will probably decide to admit the
unc. aimed Hawaiian Hugars now in bond here free of duty.
At any rate, he haa been notified that no duty will tx paid
okwi Itjfin 10 the event of ttie Treaty being finally rauoed.
I here i, neariy 8,OX kegs of thii Hngar in bonded warehouse
h- re, in.-ntent of the cargo just at hind, and moat of it ia
conir-i.ted by a single house In the Hawaiian trade The
JutK un tliii quantity of rugar aggregate about $ JO, 000, and
it can be esrtorled and reldrnel ur,Uer the Treaty at a coat of
Ji,0X), and the owners are in true led to take that courae with
it if necratary. The fiovernment will gain noli. i tig by de
i.iaixling duty, while the eople will be deprived of the use of
tti-- sugr I a couple of mouths."
liy txtr latest advice Sugars bad declined a shade from
f -ruicr quotations, and the Refineries Lad given notice of a re
duction of 1 cent pex pound all round after Jane lit, and were
making salee ahead. Even at ihia conceaaion, dealers did not
evince a desire to purchase largely, expecting furlbc-r b- nrflta
on lha worku.g of tbe Treaty.
In other articles of iaiand produce we note no rr.alerial
We l-arn that the bark Win II lleaae would f-Uow the
(earner in a fw days with aotne 200 Chinamen fr ihia port.
Hereral guano vesae la are also exiscted In the coane f the
We note that Mr. E P Adarr.a will bold a large credit aale on
Tueeday and Wednesday of next week. Many of tbe good to
he oflVrcd hae beca selected in Kuroj expreaaly for thla n.ir
ket by Mr M liy man.
27 P M Colana, 8barkford. 11 daya from Kandavu.
lllj H S fiiacarora. Miller, Captain, from namoa.
'Sa nchr Warwick, John liull, fm Kahiupapa, Molokai.
A Scfir Nettie Merrill. Crane, from Laliama, Maui.
JA !chr Marion, Lambert, from Koloa and Waiinea.
8chr Jenny, Lilarua. from Kona &. Kau.
29 ccbr I'aoahi, llopu, from llilo. Hawaii.
29 chr Manuokiwai, Kimo, from Nawiliwili, Kauai.
'2V tchr Kamaile, Kibling, from Waimea Koloa.
.10 8chr Kinaa, Ahuihala, from Hanalel, Kauai.
30 !chr l.uka, Kaai.from Maliko, Maui.
31 Hchr Ka Moi, Ueyntlda, from Kaliului, Maui.
31 Bchr Prince, Keck, from Kona and Kau, IJawail.
31 Schr Mile Morria, Kealobanui, from Kaunakakai.
31 Schr L'ilama, Mana, from K oh a la, Hawaii.
31 rtchr Jauuita, Katawaia, lor Kaunakakai, Molokai.
31 tchr Fairy tiuecu, Kaaina, from Kobala, Hawaii.
31 cUr Annie, Kalauan, from Maalaca, Maui.
June 1 It M tm Zealandia, r err it, 7 days and 11 hours fm
27 Haw bk Ea Moi, Rakemann, for Falmouth.
27 Am tktne Kmiiia Augnsta, Young, for IJamboMt.
-, P t aa CoUma, Shackford, for Saa Francisco.
Himr Kiianea, Marchant, for Maui and Hawaii.
J'J Schr Warwick, John Bull, for Kalaupapa, Molokai.
30 Pchr Marion, Lambert, for Koloa 4c. Waimea, Kauai
.to Hchr;Manuokawai, Kimo, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
31 Schr Kinau, Ahjihala. for Uaoalei, Kauai.
31 Hchr Jenny, l'ilama, for Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
31 tchr Nettie Merrill, Crane, for Lahaina, Maul.
1 K M a Realandia, Ferries, for Auckland.
1 clir Kamaile, Kibllog, for Koloa and Waimea.
1 Schr Luka, Kaai, for Maliko, Maui.
1 Schr Mile Morris, Kealobanui, for Kaunakakai.
1 Hchr Jauuita, Kalawaia. for Kaunakakai, Molokai.
1 Haw h brig Onward, Eldredge, for cruise.
2 Hchr Ka Moi, Reynolds, for Kahulul, Maui.
'J flaw bk MatlieMacleay, Pope, fur Portland, O.
2 Hchr Prince, Beck, for Kona and Kan, Hawaii.
1 Schr L'ilama. Mana, for Kobala, Hawaii.
2 tchr Annie, Kalauao, for Kohala, Hawaii.
From 3a Faascisco Per Mary Hello Roberts, May 2Clh:
271 pkgs mdse, 1 do saddlery, 1700 do flour, 3 do barley, 12
do baskets, 4 cs cartridges, 10U pkgs nails, 28 do tea, 1 cue and
So tins cracker, 1 cse canoed goods, 4 do macraronl, 4 do devil
tnrat, 1 do peas, 1 do cheese, 1 tbl syrup, 10 ci cigars, 2 do
mf iron, 3 rs c llon clothing, 1 pkge and 1 measuring rod, bi
bga sand, 10 tons pig iron, 150 bbls lime, 70 cs canned fruits,
21 pkgs whisSy, 7 do tobarco, 6cs bitters, 13 do wine, 2 do
Lrooui, 2 Ldls handles, 1 bx soap, 14 pkgs hardware, 1 do
sitws, 5 boat tins, 3 rolls leather, 1 cse spoks, 1 bdl wheels, 1
ce sMides, 12 springs, 6 bdls bubs, 10 bales duck, 1 pkge seiz
in, 9 di clothe pins. 0 bbls Bab, 0 do salmon, 11 cs paints, 9 cs
glue, 2 kegs lead. 1 bbl litharge, 1 bbl ochre, 2 ca dry goods, 1
do foncy goods, 1 parcel samples, 8 cm drugs, 2 cs photograph
good. i doors. 13 windows, 11 blind4, 116 sks potatoes, 250
sks bran, pkgs bread, 70 bales bay, 6 rs ammonia, 1 do
briuhes, 1 bdl paper, lo7 pkgs provisions, 10 sks onions, IS do
oaus, 1 racge, 1 bdl pots, 2 casting, 7 bdls pipes, 2 ca shots. 1
do gun wa.la, 1 do coats, 4 do hatchets, 3 do nests pails, 2 do
plows, 5 pkgs stationery, 6 bxs candy, 1 hf bbl beef, 1 bx silver
roia, (i&iOo), 4 cs powder, 1 pkg caps, 1 cse citron peel.
Fbo. Al'CELaxD Per Colima, May 27th: 31 pkgs oats,
21 do potatoes, g cs saddlery, 35 bags tanning bark, 6 qr cskt
brandy, 1 parcel.
From Sas Faavcisco Per Zealandia, June 1st: 7 cs dry
goods, 2 do private effects, 1 do marble, 150 do mdse, 740 sks
dour, 1 cse frames, 70 bags potatoes, 2 bxs pianos, 13 pkgs
housrhoU goods, 2 do stationery, 125 do groceries, 7 do doors
and fastenings, 10 e3 onions, 2 do books, 19 do hardware, 1 do
oil, 5 do drugs, 27 do bats, 52 sks bran, 10 parcels, 3 bxs shoes.
roa &a Faasctsco Per Colima, May 27th:
Bananas , bnchs......
B tel Leaves, bxs ....
Pine Apple Plants, bxs
Value Domestic. ,
817 Pine Apples, bxs
14 Pulu, lbs
3 Peanuts, lbs
61 ooL, pkge..........
....$7,320 15; Foreign $3i0
Fo FaLMOtTH Per Ka Mot May 27lh:
Uu'.l'Mk Horns, pes
4,730 Rice, kegs 2
Cow A air, bugs......
Curios, ca... ........
Japanese Ware, cse...
Ivory Nuts, lbs ......
2 sugar, lbs........... a
2 Sheep Skins, bdls 7
10 Shells and Kurt, cse .. 1
10.173iTa'.k.w, caks 1
l: Wool, lbs 160.846
1.549 j Whale Oil, galls 33,518
,..$S5,603.b8i Foreign. fSlS.22
roa Auckland Per Zealandia, June 1st:
Furnltjre. cs 1
J elite hx M
vilue Domestic $289 Foreign $100
Fob roTiif,0-rer Mattie Mscleay, June 2d:
Bananas, bnchs J?;Ric'- I,b ,!2'2S2
Pnlu. its 7.9S7.Sugar,lb. .... 362,303
Value Domestic....... $.7,oe..T
mFdom Sydney Per CoUma, May 27th: Miss Buchanan, D
Rubland. 8 Max M de Lenux and 2 servants.
'Fob Widbwii PoBa rcr Kilauea, May 29th:-J O
Bush. W U Irwin, DtJE Kmerson. R T Van Deuten, C M
Robertson, J P Cooke. Hon U Knihslanl, D Jayner, H N
tireenwelh H Cornwell, Mrs O C Beckley, Dr Oliver, Mrs Haa-
lc lea, Mrs J no Ena and about 75 deck.
Fao 8a.t Fbahcicco Per Zealandia, Juue 1st: Mrs J A
Mix. W C Lambert and wife.T Coodis. II C Ledyard. W
Fuller Lieut D Delchanls and wile, M Ilyman, J I Brewer,
wif-. it children and nurse, W K Pack, k) M Molen. wife and
child, W Barnard.
Fob Syosbt Per Zealandia, June 1st: N F de Zaba and
daughter, 8 Larned, P 1 Moot. W U Collins.
Oar RicH4BDsox. In Lahaina, Maul. May 13th, at the
resilience of T W Everett, Esq.. by Rev C Searle, Hon James
Oat, of Koloa, Kiuai, to Mi.. Mart F.t-tE; eldest daughter
t4 the Hon. John Richardson, late of aikapu. Maul.
In this city. May 27th, to the wife of Mr M Looisson, a son.
In this city, May 2Sth, to the wife of Mr II Grube, a daugh
"7 An Appropriate Testimonial.
lei Thnrs Jay laet, on behalf of sundry citizens of
tbLVitj, beautiful silver Ice Pitcher, Goblet and
Silver, were presented by a committee to Captain
Grey, of the bark M. B. Roberts. The following
correspondence afford the necessary explanation :
Honolulu, June 1, 1S76.
Deal sir- Your friends in Honolulu, desirous of Riving
some expression to the happy feelings engendered by the good
tTdiags cinVeyed by you to these shores, and also ol thetr ap
preoati of the graceful manner In which you acquainted the
commanitr with the acceptable new. of the pa.ge of the
Treaty of "Reciprocity with the United States ol America, beg
thaTvou will accept the accompanying gut a. a memento of
the t nt, and as i token cl their personal esteem for yourself.
Ccommandng5A.merican bark Mary Belie Robtrti.
nonolalu, Jane 1st, 187. i
On board bark " Mary Belle Roberts."
To Messrs. Patv and Bchaefer,
In belialf of my friend, in Honolulu.
r- .t.m. . Herewith allow to tender you my sincere
Genttement '"f'" , t unexpected acknowledg.
thks .r your k"" ware cftbs acUon of the
mrotofmyeff.tswmeyoaaua ar also aUow
HOUe 1? U U i commemora.
Tngoi wrmyonrrl wishes future
success and r C 0r.
Yesterday the Captain, whose name w.U hereafter
be connect with' rery pie asant Ha
waiian history, was presented v.
nd iilier headed cane, made of lauhala wood, ana
-.Sily inscribed. M R. S. Sark has
Fruico, the owner of Captain Grey - bark haa
UkeaafiTely interest in the success of our Treaty,
twinz kDt fast vessel in commission at that port
. BwlhTia rder to bring us the first news; the
nJct-ity of doing which was howeter obTiated by
the bark beiog at hand.
Cflmmc rcial Sliibcvtiscr.
SA TUIiDA Y. Jl .Xf: 3.
Tue ATTtMiT t ja-4 a reo!uti -it ol censure
on the Mini-try. which occume.l the
i attention of the Ajscinbly during f.ur djys,
was, from the outM-t, jilainly a horclee8 task.
With a full list of N.blef, and moro than Lall
the IUprcfeetita lives cutauiitted in their eupport,
the Minister!! can afford to laugh, as they have
I "most corisuoiedly"' during the debate, at all
j such efforts of our Hawaiian .Sisyphus.
j With many a weary stej, and mar.j a groan,
Up the hJgh be heaves a ha;e, roond stoce;
j The bag; round stone, resulting with a bevzd.
Thunders impetu -us down, and smokes alotg the ground,
Again the restless orb bis toil renews.
Dust mounts in clouds, and sweat descends in dews "
There are, however, a plenty of other grounds
for a rote of want of confidence than the one
chospn. A month haa elapsed pince tbe
Assembly met, and the policy of the government,
as it may be gathered from the Uudet the
only tangible utterance that Las come from the
Ministry may be Bummed up in theee worda :
"More Chinese;" "Increased Expenditure and
lncreaw:d Debt." So far, not a tingle measure,
looking to repopulation, the utilizing of waste
lanla, tbe preservation of forests, or any other
measure lor the progress and improvement of
the country, has emanated from them ; and it
may well Lc atked, what degree of confidence
can the Assembly or the country repose in the
ability of such a Miniwtry. With the boon of
a Treaty of Reciprocity, they may manage to
pull through; what would they have done
without it ?
We remarked last week that the obstinacy of
the Ministry in withholding tbe Treaty from tbe
Assembly was a proof of their lack of judgment.
Admitting that they have the law of 1874 and
the opinion of the judges of the Supreme Court
on their side, how much more graceful and
conciliatory it would have been, when they
found that there was a feeling in the Assembly
that the Treaty ought to be submitted, to have
said " Gentlemen, we hold that you have no
legal right to pass upon this Treaty ; that it is
beyond jour power to do eo ; nevertheless, herd
is the document talk about it to your heart's
content but you cannot alter it." Such' an
exhibition oi tact, though it might in the opinion
of the Minister of Foreign Relations be a "stulti
fying" of himself, would jet prove highly
satisfactory to the native members of the
Assembly and their constituents. But to pro
claim the Treaty without putting it before the
AsHembly, will be to fasten the conviction
erroneous though it ia on tho native mind that
there is something about it disadvantageous to
native interests. The Ministers have thrown
away an opportunity to gain popularity among
the Ilawaiians which may never occur again ;
but that is something which they probably do
not care for.
We have before expressed our views against
the proposed increase of appropriations for
military, and are assured that like opinions aro
very commonly entertained among the more
thinking of our community. In fact, the lowest
previous 'figure. at - which ' these appropriations
have been put, are by many thought to be
altogether more than adequate to the needs of
the country. But the social aspect, aside from
the mere uecless expenditure of the national
revenue, is one equally grave in its significance.
It is euggestive at first, of a deficiency of clear
vision into those abstractions of morality upon
which alone should be founded the superstruct
ure of government, and which should actuate
those with whom the several functions of the
state arc entrusted. Nor are the class of persons
for whom these appropriations are specifically
made, themselves exempt from the influence of
characteristics borrowed from their superiors
and immediate rulers. Lavishness in them, and
a disregard for the interests of the community
as contra-distinguished from those of their own,
which aro specifically distinct but beget an
increased desire to pander to self. The unneces
sary enlargement of such a feeling as this among
any class in a community cannot be other than
eubversive in its tendency of that perfection of
order which it is most necessary should receive
the extreme of encouragement. And now what
is our condition, in this regard, here? We are in
reality poverty-stricken ; and further than for
the purposes we have previously indicated, we
are really not in need of any military establish
ment. For the interchange of national courtesies
or the immediate protection of the persons of
our Sovereign and the Royal Family, a limited
guard may be necessary, although we have every
reason to consider that without soldiery, His
Majesty's throne would be safe and the surround
ings of himself and family sacred. But when
increased appropriations are asked for under
circumstances of euch depression and euch vital
meaning to the nation at large in more ways
than one ; when agriculture and internal im
provements are suffering, and when petitions
from all parts of the land are flowing in to tell j
of the wants that are daily increasing from the
effects of lavish expenditures upon ornament, (
ani other useless things, it becomes the duty of
all who are interested in the welfare of the
nation and the perpetuity of the throne, to utter
at this time a protest against the same.
Still encourage this disposition that has been
evinced, and adhered to with unbending
pertinacity, by the present administration, and
tbe end is not far off when utter beggary may
be the result. So far, however, the disposition
of the Legislature, whether for or against, has
not been made known in these matters. We
hope then it may be fully appreciated by them,
that in regard to the military, a large portion of
the proposed expenditure is meant for others
than the King's Household Guards; for volun
teers who render service only in compliance with
their own inclinations, and the dependence to be
placed en whom on occasions where peace and
order require their aid, is extremely questionable.
Moreover, we know that aside from those who
are actuated by feelings of loyalty, there are
many who join as volunteers for the mere:
exemption from taxes that membership entitles
them to; and the country can ill afford such
compensation for no possible benefit to be
derived. With no prospect of actual work
before them for tbe benefit of a common cause,
their time in mere parade is wasted, whilst their
accoutrements are becoming the source of an
increased common expense. Idleness in many
instances is thus encouraged, and vices attend
ant thereon are largely increased. No one
among us can say that we have not witnessed
the increasing tendency to latitude that the
institutions of military, in a country where
their aid is never called into requisition, is
fostering among the more illiterate of tbe natives
who claim membership.
The connexion between population and em
ployment should never be lost sight or. Popula
tion is affected by employment directly, as jt
affords the only medium of diotribution by which
individuals can obtain from the common stock a
supply for the" wants of their families ; it effects
population indirectly, as it augments tbe stock
itself of provision, in the only way by which
the -rducti'.n uf ;t cm' cO". .-tuitliy cn:our
o."i by furninSiir.g -urch i-er. Nj vami can
purcl.uec without an cyA v tltr.t ; arid that
ejuit:tlent, by the rnne- of t!.; j le, must in
cvry country be tleritfl frjiu ctnj lojment.
Ai.d if t.hus lAh til.tti jn and employment '
are mutually in:cr-dej.-ndent, it cannot but be
evident that the etic mrageuient uf any occun- .
tion for iw own Ktke, distinctive of inter-dej-en- j
dent benefits, luut bo a source of Common evil, '
juat in proportion to the extraneous encourage- j
ruent it receives. i
There has been nothins transpire of much
j irnportanc? in the-Assembly since our last issue,
excepting perhaps the resolution of tbe Hon.
I Godfrey Rhodes, of want of confidence in the
i Ministry. After having been lost on the
previous day by a large majority vote, it was
again taken up for reconsideration on Saturday
last in Committee of the Whole, and occupied
the greater portion of the time of the House
until the afternoon of Wednesday, when it was
again indefinitely postponed by the same majority
vote es at first 27 to 13. During the di.-cussion
upon the resolution, as is usual in the Acseiubly,
a great deal of irrelevant talk was introduced
about tbe useless nature of the Treaty, some
j declaring it would do no cood to the
natives, but only to ?ugar planters, and others
who were already rich. To this it was answered
by the Hon. L. Aholo in very cutting but
sensible terms, that to those who were waiting
with open months for Providence to shovel gold
down their throats, he did not suppose it would
do any good. In his opinion, it was only the
men who were ready to work that would be
benefitted. Then, turning round and addret-sing
himself to the audience outside of the Assembly,
he eaid, it is not you, who arc loaGng away your
time here in idle inquistiveness, that will be
benefitted, but those who are away from here
attending to their work. It is needless to
remark, the crowd were not much delighted at
the low estimate put upon their importance as
On Tuesday after considerable discussion on a
resolution to declare vacant the seat of the Hon.
Mr. Kamakau, a Committee was appointed to
wait on the gentleman and request him to resign,
as it was deemed scarcely possible he wonld be
able to take his scat this session. He probably
intends to draw his pay; about tbe sitting
however, he does not seem to be so solicitous ;
legally he is right, but as to the moral part of
the question, we are not able to say so much.
We notice that the medical bill, of which we
spoke in our last issue, was introduced on its
first reading on Thursday last ; it was passed
without dissent and on motion, was ordered to
be printed. It will probably be the order of the
day? for Monday.
There are several members in the House who
sever open their months to express an opinion
ol any question, but are always found voting in
the minority, without regard to whether the
measures voted upon be good, bad, or
indifferent. This is most probably done to gain
a favor among the ignorant of country districts
... - iL , e
ane ceieoraieu xiesoiuu in me enape oi an
Act" of the Hon. Lilikalani, to call a convention
of delegates, was indefinitely postponed on
Thursday afternoon, notwithstanding the deep
erudition of the young Solon.
On Thursday Mr. Preston offered the following
resolution : " That a select Committee be
appointed to enquire into, and ascertain upon
what terms L. Abcu was sent to China by the
Government to obtain immigrants ; and wby he
is returning from San Francisco with Chinese ;
and upon what terms and conditions, these
Chinese were taken on board the vessel chartered;
and on what terms they are to be landed here."
The resolution was adopted, and we shall
accordingly probably know more of this secret
expedition before long. If rumor is correct,
Mr. Aseu was sent a short time since as agent
for this Government to China to obtain laborers,
and was supplied with a letter of credit to the
amount of five thousand dollars for the accom
plishment of his mission. We understand now
that he is on his way here from San Francisco
with a cargo of three or four hundred Chinamen.
Is this the first ripple of the tidal wave that
" Barclay" dreamed of?
Several, interesting and valuable matters are
unavoidably postponed, for want of room.
I Monday, June 12th, being a holiday, (Kameha
nitba Day) tbe Kilauea will leave on lrvr trip to
windward on Tuesday, the 13th.
Hawaiian Evangelical Association. This body
will commence its sessions on Tuesday next. June
6th, at 10 o'clock a. ra., in the lecture room of the
Plnauou College. The anuual examinations
at this institution will take place on Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday of next week, and the
closing exercises are appointed for Monday the
12th inst. .
New Haven Organ Company. We have receiv
ed from Mr. M. M. Gower, secretary and treasurer
of the above company at New Haven, Conn., a
price list of their instruments, from $190 to $400.
They are the manufacturers of the celebrated
Jubilee Organ,'' which is highly commended by
the press, as eminently an organ for the people.
Old residents will remember Mr. Gower as former
ly located at Makawao, Maui.
W. Laiku Macgregor ox Honolulu. This gen-
tleman, who last year made a stay of 6ome months
in this city, has published a pamphlet or some
J ' . j . , r. - -
sixteen pages, entitled A Brief Description of
IT .nnlo)ii 1 T i Ja n TaTanilc " in nrhi(-ri h Gnu'il-a
tC. in. i
HJ UvI ill tf A taskfc auiMiiu-Ji a ta ii mvu a- v- v aa la.
highly of our climate, society, scenery, e
connection with the subject of the lreaty
says: " V uai rue lsiauua require is cneap lauor.
If cheap labor be provided capital will soon find
its way, the one is dependent on the other; but
until some well-considered plan ot introducing
both be devised the proposed treaty will only
have the effect of placing present proprietors in a
better position to pay otf their mortgages. It is
useless to look to the native race as laborers, they
will not work. What inducement have
thev to work? None that I can see. Before
. . -1 . . l 1 - J I i t
small sum in irrigation might be made to grow
any kind of produce.
' At the Centennial. A letter from the Rev. Dr.
f Pamon, dated at Philadelphia, a few days before
the opening of the Exhibition says: "I do not
think even one depanuient of any nationality will
be fully fitted up on the 10th, (tbe day of opening).
That ot our kingdom 1 think will be more nearly
completed than any other. Mr. Hitchcock, our
Commissioner, is very energetic and hard-working,
doing all in bis power with the limited means at
bis disposal He is going to make a good show,
and I am 4on8dent our department will attract
considerable attention. But you would smile at
the odd questions asked about the Hawaiian king,
kingdom and people ; hence I think so far as in
structing the great public about our people and
realm, we have adopted the very best method, and
so far as I can judge, Mr. Hitchcock is in every
respect a suitable man tor the position to which he
was appointed. There Las been a warm
discussion about opening tbe grounds upon the
Sabbath, and for tb? present the decision is that
the buildings and grounds shall be closed on that
day. Even on prudential grounds, I think tbe
citizens and visitors will need one quiet day in
seven, to rest from the noise, bustle and contusion
of such immense gatl erings." In a note, Dr. Da
mon adds an jtem which may interest old residents:
'Straogecoiccider.ee as you may think it. I am
now writing this letter at the residence of Cbailes
A. Rurnham. Esq.. a merchant of this city, who
went to the islands in 1S33. as a carpenter a'a& put
up tho IJethfl,'' and subsequently t Ik- first bnild-
. r7 , , . , ii ,, f ,
ings at I.abainaluaa. He was afterward for a
1 superintendent oi me jyoioa sugar pittutaiioii,
ing tbe islands in about 1846-7 "
sugar and rice cultivation can be extended or ; wbi pUvin? with kerosene set its clothing on
made profitable, this labor question must be j terribly burned over its face, body
settled. It is distressing to see whole tracts , d j condftion very critical. Dr. C. R.
f t 1 e-t a uhi.-h Ktt tria tint' aF a , . . .. .
ot lami lying UJ . j - M.iffirr wan railed in and attended u
! li L l:li'!r.'t
i u;it:i.v. TLat ;!.e propod d.iv o!
f-r !btr accudtlisbosest ot Ileclpr -citv
4:b. ci nbliii''j: two b
r"KkH Dl'TTES. Wr bg to
receipt of a tin of lice. lreh
ranch of Mr. Iloratb C. Baili-y. Ma--?. Kt
Mjtui. It is of a ri:b goluVn color, and as Mr.
Bailey does his own .Luruing. salting, xc, clean
liness i assured. Families take notice.
A Raritt. Mrs. C. J. Murpty, vie lady who
excels ia the maau'acture of wax Sowers, fralt,
Ac, at 4V4 Fort str?et, will pleae accept our
thanks for a plate of California cherries, received
by tbe Zealandia. "ot imitations, but ripe and
luscious realities. An invoice ol fresh ripe cer
rifs would self bere w like hot cakr.'
SxiauLiNti Again A package- contitihi;
opium or a preparation tbrrKf." wai seized by
the custom offict-r onboard tbe ilary bt'lt lit fart
la! i aturd.iv. In lb. cae it nut a poor Chi
n.uujn wliu made the at'.euipt to -t a?iu lli- law.
tliictty hoie tlit ct tf stand, we have not b-n in
foriuril, and therefore refrain from further Cotn
Iwr'KovKn Stock.- Sherp farmers are invited to
road Ibe advertisement ia Jodaj's paper of tbe
stock of the Berkelj Ranch. Alameda County,
Cat., of wbicb Mr. M. Mcltierny is tbe agent for
thesu! Inlands. Tbe ba.-itiess of wool growing
bids fair to become ooe of tbe mort prominent, as
it is already perhaps tbe safest and mjst remun
erative one in tbe countrv.
SlfSIC THIS AFTEMOON. The band will play at
Emma Square this afternoon, commencing at half
past four o clock. Following is the programme :
Princess Victoria Festal Mtrch Berber
Overture, Opera Tbe Blind Wen of Toledo Mebtll '
W ioe. Women acd Sons Waltz. ............... ....Straasa
Grand Selection, Ojiera Martha ..Kloaew
Cavatine, Opera--Tlie Lombardiana. Ver.U
Grand telcctiuD, Opera The Grand Duchess, by request,
Thkatkr Tomoiit. Morting's Combination
Troupe, which arrived on the lat steamer from the
Colonies, will make their Erst appearance before a
Honolulu audience to-night at the Hawaiian The
ater The papers throughout the Colonies wht-re
this troupe has performed speak in hitfh praise of
their- abilities. Lottie, the youthful acrobat, (only
five years old) is said to be a wonderful little
creature. The Wanganui (N. Z.) lltrnld Bays
' The feats periormed by this little girl, not much
larger than a good-sized doll, are something extra
ordinary." Mr. W. Roma is said to be a practiced
and daring gymnast, and Mr. and Mdlle. Mortitig
good vocalists. Go and see.
Foot pa i s Abuoad. Th other evening, while
returning to his residence on the Waikiki plains, a
well known citizen was seized by two men whom
he gHpposed to have been natives, knocked down,
throttled and his pockets nVt-ced of their contents
Not content with their plunder, which by the way
was small, the robbers alterward mauled the poor
man in a very severe manner, leaving him to crawl
home as best he could. This is not Hie hr.-t time
?uch doings have taken place on Lt.-retaoi street
no great distance from town. We would lecom
mend persons traveling in these parts to provide,
themselves with six-shooters, since personal safety
can be guaranteed in no other way.
Pbixtixq ix Hawaii xei. We frequently receive
American and' English newspapers marked with
complimentary notices of the " neat typographi
cal appearance'' of the Advertiser, A rate nunP
ber of the raver anv 1'rlntlna Trades Journal.
r J-ontlon. an acknowledged authority on all
matters connected with the art of printing, says
i of a specimen of our work : - Mr. Thos. G. Thrum
ol Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, has sent us a
novel letter-press circular set in modern script, on
the back of which is his card worked in three
colors. Composition U tasty and well balanced ;
press work good, and register nearly perfect,"'
! Halkakala Iiovs' Boakdixg School. The an
nual examination of this excellent school (under
, the charge of Prof. F. L. Clarke) takes place on
Thursday, Jun 8th. commencing at 9 o'clock. We
acknowledge the receipt of a card of invitation and
; ordi-r of exercises, very creditably printed by the
boya of tho school, some of whom we predict will
one day become first class professors of the "art
preservative of all at t?."' We learn that they pro-J
: porte. to isHue the first number of a small paper on i
tue uay oi examination. He stiould like nothing
better than a trip to Makawao and a visit to its
model Boys' School, if business engagements
Samoa. Uy the Tuscarora we learn that every
thing was quiet at the islands. The chiefs, who
ate carrying on the government, are very desirous
that Col. Steinberger should be returned to them,
and have written a letter to that effect to the
American Government. The conduct of Captain
Stevens of the Jiarracouta, was to be thoroughly
inquired into by the British naval authorities.
From San Francisco we learn that the (irst step
towards rifrhtinir the wrongs done at Samoa, has
been taken by the Washington Government. IHs
patches were received there May 6th. displacing
Foster, the Americun Consul, and appointing in
his place J. M. Coe. who arrived here from Fiji on
the vnynge up to Sun Francisco.
The Vote. Tho following are the ayes and noes
'; on the inolion to indefinitely postpone tbe reco'.u-
tion of want of confidence iu the Ministry, on Wed-
nesday last: Ayes H. II. Cbas. Kanaina. Their
Excellencies J. U. Dominis. P. Kanoa, J. M. Kape
! na; Hons. S. X. Castle, J. P. Parker, S. G. W ilder,
J. Moatiauli. . I . Martin. A. ft. Ldegborn. J. Mott
Smith, S. K. Kaai, P. Isenberg, L. Aholo, D. W.
k'-jin.. I. TvAmaiKihfl V. Iv I.illLalan! .T k'nimi T
j Birch, J. L. Xaili, E. Uelekunibi, G. Barenaba
i G. W. D. Halemanu. J. A. Nahaku. J. Wana, S. M.
; Xaukana. L. Kaina 27. Xoes Hons. J. Kahuila,
L. W. P. Kanealii. G. W. Tilipo. W. II. Halstead,
J. Vr". Gay. A. P. Kalaukoa. S. Aiwohi, J. Xawahi,
f; L. Mahoe, H. Waterhouse, J. Kakaleka, E. Preston,
S. W. Mahelona 13.
Dull Times in New England. A private letter
from an old resident of the Islands, now located
' at New Haven, Conn., dated May 13. says: s,The
( stagnation of business in general is something
unprecedented m this part ol the world. iNotlnng
h:ts been known equal to it since the day of Van
i Betiren. The depression in real estate ; shrinkage
' of values in every kind of merchandise; failures
among cotton manufactures; redaction of wages
- f farM tht,m to ,.,, fh
'closest economy; lack of safe investments for
..r.Wnl . . rnlI harktcnrrl anrinir tlina far. and a
.i . .. . ... ...
thousand and-one other "pull-backs." contin
ually harped upon by everybody, makes things
no better very fast. "It looks blue.' is the gen
eral cry ; and if a man is beard whistling to keep
his courage up. people immediately suspect bim of
being weak on hjs pins,"
Items ekom Wailuku. Our correspondent sends
us the following : Last evening (29th inst.) a
little child of Charles Cockett. aged five years
non tne little
The weather is pretty dry. but with rain in
the mountains, and the zephyrs gambol with the
It is reported that Miss Adelaide Miller will
shortly give a concert in Makawao..
The news respecting the Treaty was re
ceived with much rejoicing, and occasioned a dis
play of flags, firing of anvils, etc., but there was
a scarcity of liquor. Somebody, forgetting tbe
occasion, or perhaps thinking the millennium had
come, hoisted a white flag bearing in great letters
tbe significant word "Jehovah."
Akkivai. of the U. S. S. Tuscarora. This ship,
which since December last has been engaged in
the work of deep-sea soundings between Honolulu
and Australia, over the route of the prospective
telegraph line, arrived on Tuesday last. She baa
visited the Fiji and Samoa groups, and several
purts in the colonies during ber cruise. The deep
est water found 314S fatinm was near the coast
of Australia. The Tuacarora will remain in our i
waters for probably two months. The following is
a lis: of her officers : ;
Commander J N Wilier, Comroandinf '
Lieut Commander C J Train, Executive Officer !
Litutenatits J N Hemphill (Navigating), E H C Leutte, C O
Allibone, C W Jarboe.
Masters S L Graham, M D Hyde ,
Ensign T E .Vuse i
Midshipmen W G Cutler, F F Fl.tcher, R II Towtley
Suriceon... - W I Simon !
Assistant Surgeon W A McClarij
Passed Assistant Paymaster II T StanclifT
Engineers C Andrade J M Emanuel :
Captain s Clerk ....J ae a iiiggms
Putet; cierk W R Smith :
Boatswain J - Thou
Carpenter Richard a
t tie s
't rrocootls to tlie
f States Secretary cf State the exact dt when it j
hocIJ go into t pcratk-n in bctU eottntrics. Oar
Eutoj, as well as tbe Hon. Mr. Carter, hoped that ',
the reccsksarj Jaw ra'ght bsve pa-e-J Ccngrrss etea J
a ear!v at Ivcnitr. and tbat this eouutrv mifbt i
. hive been enV-vir.g the tuefi'.s cf th's Trea'T as I
- ; . a , u tl.e, ita ,
wan. t-o T li L"l.-1 . J i liJV 1T6
l t.TLIl ANDSV1TI1.
IL.nv.iu Juie i 1T4 (;i3J.) for Alfred? IlartweU.
WANTED, A FURNISHED COTTAGE !
Of l llLR OK HVK ROOMS IN A
denrabie kcalitj. AJj ri,
ja3 lm A. k N. Till OrriCK.
TTTAYIXC MET WITH BRILLIANT HC
M.M cess la ictor.a. Sjicr, a '.e,a..l, rw 2-a:DJ
tae ouier Aawralian Co.ae;e,
WILL OFK.V AT THE
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATER!
This Saturday Evening.
June JJ, and every eveornj si.lu further Dttife.
t'ur.f rtt oiei,-l BuDQie 11 1 la ol acvtiabd M;i M nir.f
!"i.g Cua c UamhtiS( thro" the Town Mr C Mortin
K-Muan K.c.'t Taajbliu Act Lciue A Maairr W aiter Roma
r.g Comif Lilly or tLe Va.ley M.le Mjci.nf
S.-njr I'-n ken Imfa tijrht Years Ao MrC Mortlr.j
iif.r.J fri.jil.outl Act,uQ the Mngle and Balancirf Trapeaa,
betsreeu lutir aad Maiter Koiaa, tbe youngest Acrobats
of the Day.
:.o,r C'-ni.c t!.e Bal tf tis to Play Mile. Mortlcf
Trie laviu.ri Kuj Trck i.l be iiitrvxtucej by Mr. C.
1'AKT II. The Prrrnrmance will coocluje with Scresakaf
Jfeyro Farce, eouticj
IN WANT OF A SERVANT !
Mr C I'ajI. (iii want of a Servant) MUe Mortirjf
Tomy iShr.niji (ervaut) Mr C Mortioi
Ul.o-t Master Koma
fricea oT Ailuiisitin Llreaa Cirek. tl.OO: PiAuet4e. ?a eu
I f'1'40'"1 I'rivaie Boxes. i 00 Dress Circle TKkets may
I lJuurs .jj.di at 7. 15, curtaia to rise at 8 sharp.
CHRIS. GERTZ, CABINET MAKER
, BKCSTO AXXOrSCETOTHE PCHI.IC
U of Honolulu, that he has purchased lbs stock and bus
kj ici-ai of Wm. Fischer, Uutel Street, next dour toStrehs s
'T' Druj: jtore, and that io latere the business will be
carrieJ on by him ia the same premises.
C Q solicits a fair share of the public patroDSfe, and
promises his patrons cmlity, attention and good quality for
their money. Ju3 6m
'IMIKXKXT TERM DP OA II I COLLEGE
M will commence Sept. 5th, 1STS. Scholar desiring to enter
are required to pats examination ia Mental Arithmetic Writ
tea Arithmetic through Disision, Geography through the
I'nited States, pllinir, Reading and Writing Applicants
ill be exiinined June 23d aod 21tb, or Sept. 4th arlJ5th.
Tuition fl.OO per week.
Board aud Washing.. 3 62J per week.
Mnsie, Piano 7S cts. per week.
The UuMes will run for the accommodation of pupils. The
rooms of Boarders are to be furnished by tbe occupants. Let
ters of inquiry uay be addressed to AMA3A PRa.Tr,
u3 4t President.
FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTICE !
The Annual Election of Engineers
FOR THE UONOLCLU FIRE DEPARTMT
WILLTAKE PLACE IX THE HOUSE OF
Mechanic Engine Company Mo. 2,
ON MONDAY EVENING, June 5th, 1876,
POLLS OPEN FROM 7 TO 0 O'CLOCK.
CI1A8. T. QULICK, Ju.tge of Election,
II. E. McIXTYRE, Ja., I Tellers
JAMES II. BOYD, J tellers
J Honolulu, June 2d, 1ST6. It
t lORKl'CATKD IKON, in Sheets of C, T, and 8
reel i i length.
GALVAMZKU 1'IIMVG. 1-1 and 1 1-4 in wide
V K N V K XV IRK. So. 6;
II )! I RON, 7 1-2 i i .ch assorted;
S1IKKT LEAD, aborted;
LEAD IMPING, 1-2 inch;
BLACK 1 R O N V I R K. Nos. 0 and 13;
TIX PLATES, assorted, at
ju3 2m F. A. SCIIAEFER Ai C..
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
NEW iH TO ARRIVE
JOSEPH UOS5EK, MASTER,
DUE ON OR ABOUT
NEXT, FltOM GLA8SUOW,
THE Btb JULY
BBLS. BEST WHITE CEMENT
Best Bar Iron, assorted sizes;
Best Sheet Iron, assorted sixes; Pig Iron,
A FIXE ASSORTED INVOICE OF SMITH
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
Tins White Lead, Tins White Zinc Paint,
Tins Genuine Red Lead,
Tins Black and Blue Paints.
Dmnif Boiled Unseed Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, Square & Arch !
BEST BLACKSMITH COAL,
BEST STEAM COAL.
Annealed Fencing Wire, assorted sires;
Galvanised Fencing Wire, aiorted sizes.
Oalranited Haclcts. assorted sizes.
A General Assortment of Supe
Consisting of :
Fancy Printo, White Cottons,
Handkerchiefs, Ginghams, Costumes, atsorted;
Tweeds, assorted; Broadcloths, Coatings,
ALSO. A FULL A3.-OIITMEXT OF
Brandies, in Cases and Casks;
Geneva, in cases and casks;
Geneva, in Baskets;
Case and cask ;
AND SCOTCH 111 Hit, in
quarts acd pints;
PORT. SHERRIES, io case
BEST INDIA PALE ALES, yu arts and Pints;
McEWAX'S PORTER, Quarts atd pints;
BASS' ALE, Quarts ami Pints,
SALES MADE TO ARRIVE.
Pil Buttons, C'icarette Paj.cr,
" ' V'"-Tlf
Kiter Scheme cvLuecU 1 with tb.s treats srau-k J.J
n t at (ear i n tLa face of it. Tut wt,eo t!;r re
titartl, as I aur yoa that lift is Bthm; at a!l
of the kinl.ahe !!ritih lifrsnnt er ian sain
Cel. Tbe am ui.t of tbe sh! i a'ter i, ju ,t Ibis :
This e ua:r- J c-t intnj Io ! srr trtnt' rr
rffilVrr"! l t It'C !( i!'I.i 'j
a ltvcrai- w. Tti i'j:i a'. I La:-1 ..rv'jrli . !.
Matti.. of KiJ( ai.l ot W a:- r I.ea.tt .Ma:i Cui Its!..-"
-f tr.l iaai. .uar Manwfc ure. ii.ier.1 IV k '4.
Vvria-..cal I' a:.t ao-l I'ra ' i ( i .t-aie nr tmf tu la!
at,i ai"tJ. ur tajwrarm- $i rlo ir p al e
ttiea. AJdrv cutusaunteat.Of.s to IU ll'H. luU 4 t'fli e
v jviS las
Mrs. C. J. MURPHY
ILL COMMENT. TKAC III N AC A IN
JUNE 7 1 h.
Wax Flowert, Hair Flowr and Fancy
Work, at 25 Cts. a Lesion.
Mr. Miirohs Is sr. II known s. a th r urh r arttcal tea C
j har.cj tauf ht'ln the best Co!ifs anl rVh.v.ls in fan Iran
j ctacu a aarcaer of xfars. Me bu fliej lie p rice of eKus
sery lew to fire esers one a charter to learn.
II UK SWITCHES BU UDS. kt. I OK SALE
At Lr tbwa Cl.
a!e Wli.sarr. UiiUohe, an I Par.l f. r M.s-iu.ra l. s i
A oauf me I, I, coiftlanlly oa t:.J Any oJoi ma.te tu Jer.
ONE HANDSOME VIIT1K1
FIRST-CLASS GUITAR STRINCS
ALL SIM' A Of 0RK l'OSK TO URDKR,
jas NO. 4 4 EORT ST.
E . W. WOOLSEY,
rJ? horoug1 li ! i" o 1
From Vermont Premium Stock,
At Corkoloy, Alameda Co. Cat.
Clir OBrr, 418 Calirrsilst Slreel. Smm
AVIG HEARD THAT OWNERS tti?
Recently luxrted at the Islauds, have rrratVd the impres1
among bnyera, that their flock was lbs porest and best ou lb
Pacific Coast, that Ibis importation ts superior to any other
hitherto brouKht to this port, termini to twraesi hat reflect upon
the quality or htork just .reTtooly intrxoced, siwt Iraring
nnpieassnt inferences with urchasers of the same, as to urt-.
ty and possible deception regarding quality, keray ascrt
our readiness to guarantee erery Animal sold ia Ihs paat or
future, as Qui Esjaal la Partly, aasl aa Lroa
TaaraMKbbrrri U.ao the aboTS naant floes, aud oOrrrd
at quite aa reasonable figures. Above artirt ars (tut the sole
Breeders of Ppanlih Meriooet.
For tbe purity of our Band, or for stra'ibtforwardness of
representation on the part of the dealer, ere ar permitted to refer
to the following weQ known parties.
Mr. Amasa Pratt, Presidei.t Oahu College, llomdultt.
W. II. Iiimond, Ksq , Ban Fraoclseot
J. P Racon, Ksq., Aft. Hoston Board I'nderwrltrrs, 8. F.
II. W. feveraore, Ksq , Hawaiian Consul, Haa rraoclano. :
Ke. Ir. A. L. rtone, Han Francisco.
Her. H. E. Bishop, Lahaina, Sandwich Uloiids.
For further particulars enquire of our Agent,
M WclNIRNV, Houolulu.
ju3 lm E. V. WflOLSEV,
ICE CREAM !
flMIK I'NDERSIONED 1 PREPARED
1 to furni-b 1CK CKKAM, of the b st quality, to
XI nllH r. iv cl Pitrtioiil
Ordfrs left at T. Mosstnano a Hou's Crockery Ptorei will
receive prompt attention.
n,,27 am W. II. UVVVY.
RECEIVED THIS DAY I .
Per 44 Mary Dollo Roborts."
HA LES Ca LI FOR N I A OAT IIAVI
(jolden liute Kxtra Kaiuily Hour, and
G E N E R A L M E H C II A X II 1 S E I
For Sale Low by HOLLKH k CO.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c,
On the Island of Maui.
ALL PERSONS HAVlNf. CATTLE.
HORSK:, Arc., srasins; on the Wailuku or Waikapu
Common, are requested to remove tbe eume. if not commuted
for on or before the 1st day of June, ls?6. After said date all
Cattle, Ae., found tresspasjing will be iuound-d according to
lav. A II persons wishing to run cattle, Ac., on said commons,
ran do so by applying to
I1ENUT CORNVTKIX k CO..
V aikapu. Maul.
N. B No driving Horses, Cattle, lie,, or branding allowrd
on said commons without the permission of the said Cornwell
tfc Co., sr their aothorisad agent.
Wailuku. May 22, 1870. my '26 If
A NEW & ORIGINAL COMBINATION
Self Instruction In Penmanship !
IN FOUR PARTS. VIZI 1. COPV "LII'M
II. Ornamental rJheet; III. Book of Instructions; IV.
This work ia far tbe most perfect self ittatru' t.r in Penman
ship published. It coDlairs full t Hnteii instructions in the
most approved styles. I'llli'K, 11.25.
THOS. . THRI M,
idjJ7 Agent for the Hawaiian lalamls.
: TO LET.
THE DWKLLINC HOI KE LATELV
oeeutiied bv the subscriber, situated on Uerelama ft.
"t This house is In first rat repair, and Is fitted with all
the conveniences of a first class bouse Iri'iuire or
dis B. F. BULLK3 k CO.
DURING MV ABSENCE FROM THIH
Kir.g lom, Mrs. t. II. Ulack hol.ls a power of attorney to
traosart any business on my account.
Feb. sib, lh.o. CM) J. 11. BLACK.
The Uaadrrsigned, daly dwsrs Iselare
Justice of tbe Supreme Court, and having two superior Berlin
instruments is prepsred to make Analyses of Sugar by Tolar!.
tation. Having assisted CoU Jt. B. KoaUUng last year to
polarise bis purchases of refinery sugars, he is eonfld-nt of
giv.ng correct resa.U. V7M. O. IRWIN.
Honolulu, March 31t, ISTo. pl 3"
ritlUS Ifi TO INFORM MV I'ATIENTX,
M aod the public generally, that I have rcro'fved from th
odice at Mr. nrehi's Drag M"re to the Offlce formerly occu
pied by lr. Dudlf-y. ou Itritania 1-t., In the yard of Mrs.
Maria Berkley, where I will be io ri-gular attendant.
n,y6 8t U. T. eillFLKY. M. I
riMIE UMIEKSIGNKI) WILL NOT HE
1 resrX'CfSible fr brtskaze ot Deruiobi.s rotitaiuiifg me.
gar or -pints, sbippea oy i'.e jr.mia r-ar.i-u.
Mailer tcl.r. Nettie Merrill.
Honolulu, March 13, 1ST.
rsnilE l'Clli.itJ n nr.i(M)i mmi.
I e.t that JorEPH DCCHALf K V has no authority io
sell any Leather or material made at the KALAUAO TAN
NKKY, nor to incur any expenditure ou account of the same
except 'through the undersigned. lifiU1.m
sV . aV- S i ki I
Honolulu, Msrch 17. 1373. fri
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PERSONS ARE II E R E II V FORIIIII
1K to trest.ata on tl.e Und cullfd V A I M A N A l.O. in
the Ahupuna of Ilonoulioli, Iiatrict of Kwa. Uahu, by l-Uirig
cattle run on the a:ime, r by cutting, or t-iking wil, t kill
ing wild c.iltle, or hunting on said bind
The bounlarifS or s.U lirm are . s Tiofi na n n.: -
Aina lloolimalima mua ia J"hn Meek. O ke Kala a LIIiUK.
a me ke Kula o IIONOI. 1-H l-l. w a sfao niauaa, a me na
aoao makai oNAN AKtLl.cn utii inw n n-w:i,n, nit
kahi aoao." , .
Honolulu, March 11. l.o. (mini u; j.h.vmi. i.
TEN DOLLARS REWARD !
. mm m a sr W fra
niHE ABOVE KKVttKII " li'l'
I n.irt to anw nerson sivinit such informa.mn as may b ad
to the conviction rjf the parties who have stolen or removed
tha DRINKING CUP from the prit. on ti.e Nuuenu Pali.
mjolm OKO. II. LLt-r., iioaa rucrv.sor.
ullj i 1 IS wlTtii!-., ll lliMif.li nil
SPANISH HHO BP !
NO. 16 MERCHANT
Governor U Maui baj MJ). Mr. llUo-lew-U llial
csae I aith.Jraw 11 rrruark ; tl I Io Cun.i.Uia
t f an. :her f ll.o Minister ssjpjw rler. the merolr
f.rUaiitika, bo crer"l at tna fr..m btbin.llo
irch ft Jefrew at.lt the Minister fulminating in
trout, t'uat I en rjtti'e UwiMrrr-I anl l.ar.J!y ant
aw aaCtta v. I u A Ol if JCArt,
the I'Hr.Min: i.t i.v orrr.
, I IM t-r Uif ' 4-tvrl.ni, . ha i a , U Uw
I -"I Ja.lJ Mrs4 1 tt'xiw ta pttvaMMl1 sttaaixS, at4
j.irJ a mtut j Iknt is aia-j fxi- 'fl rM'M
14 im iw is. b- rs
par'.it-u sr, app'y t st It IRIf t,
SOiO toa At Frta4 Umm's
'I'll E El KM OK WILDER sV CO., Ill Till
1 4m? 4tafKilT4 ky saalvaj " I lUswiww Wiil k
C"i:r.o.J P O W iUt, arxlf-r lite flrsa mm at M llsW ft
I'ii , hf it sHtts all lbs SffVineva ml U s44 ftrsa, stianag
all l,a i.Uf.a
Mrfo ..a u. March list, lT. al
flMAT r.KI DRhlRAIII E UWCI.LIKU
M and Pressiars. Na I M S sssss Avvaae, suatalaiag tr.
tors, dicing roocn, b1 n. dresa.ug masi.. Clilna aad eiotbae
cketa a Brst 0 . basessenl ubdrr all i tbraw rwHSkS sa
eron4 Jmti rvteftea aad Stan'vy Kanan-tad. als wuk saiiaia
baifc, Ualkir ( and aaknxwa, eanisgs bwoaw. iiaMt, ss
boas. Ar , ia order. Apply ta J. II.
A L Tbs Ctta aad rressiap adfialng, with ss
raa,fSiwrkaa. tfattxwuss, staoii rawa. rxf , ssabta,
si.d rarTiagv kause. aIi If
MHV Wkl.l.ACK IIEKEMV INFORM
tbe LAPIkM air lloNOLt Ul , ibal sbs w MS sMw m
to out IIHKNM AKINU lv Ihs .(.. thus wiabii.g
brr servirrs can Bi.d her al lbs Cbrl.ee Laundry, aa) ( iss
I Til K I'NDEKSIGNED. HAVE A I Til OR
lkUHr F HKHUAHT loeolteet all ranneys dee ta
en is llouolwla. aaa his tat mul ks h'4 aa a aeiatm
a irharr fir l rS aama .
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Honolulu, M""u .". tapi
IV r a4
WW sVaST . .
.oi io VioDft 0 RENT.
w a w i avua a s m
rillE totay, Mr. OK UTORIC aa QasAlln
ft Hrr.rHeU in t b ift '' 'ssj.sto JuJ
an Auction '-e-,-. r r,T taa)ediatlr;
Apply U Pnva9 l0 h V
rt 7 auch ft iui , ., . no oocasion
. . . l .
l . ttit s r.Mff kklill ftks
- ffUCD as BUI 11 m ffiw ww"-
tmbj to coal JttjCrtleiuca Dor AouU
m S .1 aa ls.a a. Wan sTt VtfB . Ttissl
W-IV IV4ltVW IUCII RV.IIVV '
.tws la. tl.fsa Is. A v 9 1 1 al AWN .( liUl It must lff
J, t keep within propwr couatitutionkl toUD.U.
UOuJgeicf tbe Supreme Court In tLU klr.Joni
i poJ.nclAtn. Not on!j sirw thty ia lgrt fttnl i.U
"ians, tut tufn of Luiocs at well : two of tutin
'terfftg in plantatlom, ki.il It U !
'-Pfff- .Lcse inifrt-ata way lotetfrw Ul thir
i. Thcj bkve ltWrl salarick. tuJ li
ljr b proper that they ihouU ftUialo
g iuto coiuprtiuoo aitU tue couiiueroial
DDI AD ifonniiHj. Tbe JuJgci cerUinl milhrr
DltlAll To tbemaelvra nor ibe reel of the eommu.
orej etubaik In tbeae Urjte epeculalloiie.
0 la point It i otorium tbftt lb
myJO 6t 'be Chief Justice ie Jrepl y iu
-4.. .t. lint Asriet
rjMiE 33iaT nriAivjrjM op
DUC DE MONTEQELLO
MOET AND CHANDON,
JUST LANDED EX KA KOI, and
IN yUARTi AND PINT.
AT E. A. ttCHAKrER sV V:'m.
HAV'N. BRIG 4 POMARE.'
D e j I, i1 o IB n y I
A Cargo of Firit-Claia Steam
C5 O ILa,
Sold in Lots to Suit Purchasers !
Mj20 6i F. T. LENEHAN Oc Co.
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
r1IIE t ' N I J E It M IJ N E I) HAN JI'NT It K
1 CKIVrl Ir.iu the Kaat and Pan Franrlano, ia aAfllMors
to hie usual large aatvortutent ot Carnage Material, Ik follow tliw
Irum 1 lui li to H fucuas
OAK AND HICKORY RIMS,
from 1 loch to li inches.
FINE ASSORTMENT HUBS, ALL SIZES.
Felloes for Oxcarts, Assorted Bis, Oak and Asbt
Hickory Wagon and Rnggy fhsfta, flnishetl aad rougbk
Toles, Wagon and Carriage, finished aud rotA,
Whiffle trees, Doubletrees, Crossbars, Yokes, Peat lUIHr,
heat Ppindlrs, Wsfin aud Buggy Rows,
Consisting of Pteel and Iron A ales, Pffln Ptay l.raret, Fool
Rails, Ptep Pads, Dody lxi"s, Whiflletree Cmi. lings atid FT
uba, Blake Irons, Cockeyes, Hub funds, lata, silvered Sk4
oroide, screw cspped Ceatral I'ark fattern, Fole Craba, Fts
Treads, Bo-ly Pleps, Wear Iroas,
FINE As at. of OVAL MOULDINGS
io Drass and Oold. froes I to Inch.
OrMs Mtrit INf tsiiiil liiu ttonaistiug vt
iMamond Centres, Hue kins, Birap lliller Loof'S gold A oroide
A FEW hTPERIOK F-fOMfM A AMERICAN PTYI.fc
BASKET PHAETON BODIES !
lT One aad Twoealed, whW.h will be put up ia tbs best
possible maonvr to order, at shaft noiiee.
CARRIAGES ALWAYS ON HAND
) Or niaiivr-irtured with di.ifStch First Class Workmen esa-
lye4 In all branches.
A eoolibuance ot lite palflic ffarft,af is rfclfully solicited.
AI.l. ISLAXl) GRDktiS VkONPTl.t ATTKtlUt.U TO.
oea Sios. T. It and 7i King Bl, UotMduia, II. I.
CHAIYIP AG-TATE I
1ST RECEIVE! PER KA MOI. AS
is volt k
! Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
! IN CART0 AND PINTS.
' Per sale at AgeuU' rales, by
II. IIACKIf LIi k t,
! role A genu fur Mtiin. Itumart Pere s Plls,
! ap23 Kheiws.
A NOVELTY JN HAIR OIL I
t A T THE Nl'L'AXI' STREET STORK OK
j A. b. C'LI.OIIOKN a CO.,
i May lie found a erie artk-le for the llsir, manufaetaml
from Coeoanuts only. It will be round a sure cure lur van.
(JrulT, and liiseases of the rWalp, and is conducive to a health jr
growth of tbe hair, when used three or four time a week,
t irst, wash the Lead well with clean water, thru apply Ihs
oil. wiyW tt