Newspaper Page Text
,lnAY nil V 7th
..IUAY, ...... . JULY in,
t lO A. M -. At nlMMoll), W.'d be hold.
Pi Y GOODS!
Furniture, Lot of Iron Hoop Kegs, ;
BOXES BREAD, !
And Other Merchandise ! I
C. a. BARTOW. Aorfr.
J. H. BRUMS & CO.,
-JECLEAVETO N'OTIFr THE PI BLJC
thai Ihrj ha purrh-d the eotir stncK ia tr4e of
-f lt Jtrnn L. Iw, aa.l that thry will continue to carry
i th Buvn of
Coopering and Gauging,
At X: 22 Frl Sirret.
'hr Htj tcitf hi frmml I'r'irel o fjrfnlf nil
Or'lrrit in their lint.
Casks, Kerosene Oil Containers
FOR T 4.1X0 W, Env, Etc., ALWAY? ON HAD.
julT ly '
'H. HACKFELD CO. !
1W BDISBX EA II!
FANCY PRINTS ! j
JINK I'ADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE j
(IKOINU PRINTS, MUSLINS, . j
W II HE COTTONS, j
Ilorrocke Long Cloth, A 32 in. A 36 in. B j
an-1 II 30 in.
Turkey Red, Brown Cotton anl Drill,
Blue Cotton Drill, Ticking, Hickory Snipes,
Cotton Shwting, 72, 80, 00, and 100 in.
Mosquito Netting, Water-proof Cloth,
Black and Colored Morinoes,
1 -lack Cobourgs mrMl Italian Cloth,
wUrege, in all colors; Linen, Bedford Cord,
Twilled Cambric and Silesiae,
Black listings, Hax Tadding,
listings, tlax 1 adding,
( (it ton and linen IhreaCl, "i." ' l f
K mr , i
Drown: - .r- ...... ..n
White 1 - Cotton lurkiBb Towels. Ac. '
kit ic vnrrAuns. I
L:ncnnd Cottofl Handkerchiefe, white and ;
Table Cloths, Men's Socks,
Merino ru;.:: ' .
Water-proof Bad Flannel Shirts,
Black Lace ShawU, Silk Umbrellas,
I Maids, Ponchos, Monkey Jacket,
Flannel Sacs and Pants,
Btickfikin and Cloth Sacs and Pants,
An Assortment of FINE SUIT'S.
srarlct, green, blue and white;
Whit Cotton Blankets, florae Blanket",
Light Bnd Heavy Barlaps, .
Woolpack, Sail Twine.
Rugs and Carpets,
Rubber (iood-H Garters, Suspenders. Curdles,
Bridles, Btts, and Spurs,
French and German Calfskin,
rndi Rubber Balls, Feather Duffers,
Blant- ks. Bloc Notes,
...i- old Leaf, . . .
',',. z ich as Ear Rings, Brooohen, Ac,
Harmonicas, Massa Pipes,
Ijendon and Meerschaum Pipes,
GINITINE EAU DE COLOGNE, .
Lu.in's Extracts, Soaps, Tooth Brushes,
LHt3n& Com,9 Needle,
pookijiives, Scissors, Charcoal Irons,
vKng&tite.Gftlr. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
Fren Wsh and German . Groceries !
Crusher Sugar, Sardines, 1c, &c.
Wax Ts-iers, Camphor, Safety Matches,
i -A- X 3ST T s-
Wbite Zii-?, White Lead, Green & Black Paints,
Berlin BU. Hubbuck's Paint Oil.
Johannisberr, Liebfrauentnilch. CUret,
Champague, leidsieck's, &c.
Sparkling nof;. quarts and pints.
Key Brand, Su laul's. Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale & I rter, Batanan Beer, qts & pti
f'osmac Brandy. On? Ac. Alcohol inPemnohns.
6 J '
CIGARS-HAVANA AND GERMAN.
C. C. Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Keg Rivets,
QalTanized Iron Pipe, 4 io. in. 1 in. 1A
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron, , ,1 1J.
Fence "Wire, Noe. 4,5 and 6.
Wrappings Paper, Horse Rope, whie;
Corks. Moulding, Looking Glasses & Chromos,
Tumblers, Water Monkeys, Gambier and Cutch,
Peroijohns, 4, 1, 8 and 5 galla.. Market Baskets,
Birch Brooms, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Slates, Barrels and Casks, &c, &c. -rqfe.f
mnVt to arrive. Orderirovr the otlnv island
rxrmt&l on arrival.
SiMPLKSXOW OPEX FOR PECTIDM.
' - - in, iiiipiMUMii hi " mi ii
THIS DAY. SATURDAY, July 1st,
AT U OCLCCK S..V. AT ALK-R.XM.
; 3 Cases (30 m.) Genuine Manila
J.l Lssatlrd Ki I). C. MlRKAl."
L Q UAXT1T1ES to S ( IT P URCHASERS
Th sai , poitn to do congnmnt ?
cr term cash. k p. adaus. Auctioned.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, JULY 6th,
At h!f-.t 9 A. M.. a haleurr r.tn, an
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Prints, Mulir.. Linen Iril!,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Mt-riDu,
Victoria Lavrn, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Ilemmeil Linen Handkerchiefs,
FANCY FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS,
Harvard Shirta, Wool PhawU,
Tnrtinh Towels for Bathing,
Rlnnketa, White 3hirt5, AmofiLej4(r Den ion,
Cotton Drill. Brilliant,
Fine Tweed 8nit.
lied Qtiilts, Merino and Cotton I 'ndershirts,
felt and straw hatsi
Ladies' Hone, Men's Pocks,
Hridle and Bits, Tra retting Bas, Kir., Kir.
(IPIIRIES, F.l.fl (iOOHS, kl !
Best Brands Kerosene. Card Matches.
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Boda Crackers.
Clothes Pins, ILims, Bacon, Candle,
Pickles, Tobaeco, Cigars, Fine Tea. Oyster.,
Ae riandb-g. Salt, Wah Blue, Puin Killer,
Brown Sugar, Crushed Sugar.
ALSO, AT PRIVATE 8 A I.E.
tX BRIO JULIA M AVERY.
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
I ON TUESDAY, - - JULT 18th,
AT 10 O'CLnfv .
At the Residence o? UKS. ROiJHT0:,
' ' . EntrM Sc n u c i tc.Mjunt of ?ey),o-e.
fi'il 0 Sold, 111?
PARLOR FURNITURE :
Cenlr(f Tahe, Square Mahogany Table, Mahofany
Rocker, fix Kosewoot Frame Chairs, Hair Cloth Sofa, Couch,
Ouomtn, Koa Book Case, Mirror and Koa Bracket, Hanging
Lamp, Pair of Astral Lamps. Pictures, HaUet Cuoistou
Sewing Machine, Weed,
I French China Dinner Set, China Tea Set, Breakfast Set, Lo
' White Crockery. Wine Glasses, Decanters, Claret Juts, Pre
' serve Dishes, Green Dessert Plates and Dishes, Plalttfware,
Large Mahoirany Sideloard, Koa Sideboard, Kxtensioti bintng
i Table, Koa Table. Cnne ceat Chairs, Marble Clock, Floor Cth.
BED ROOM FURNITURE :
To Bedstead. Horse Ilair Mattress, Spring Mattreas, Pine
'- Grass Mattreses, Mosquito Netting, Mahogany
, ., Pi- Wardrobe, Marble Top Washstand, Pine
1 let SeU, Bureaus, Koa Table, fcmall Hocker,
. "i- . s, Counterpanes, Feather Bolster and Pillow,
Matting. - . f S'oye, Kitclien Utensils.
E. P. ADAMS. Autl'r.
ADMINISiri A TOR'S SALE !
B ord-rof 8. B. HOIK, Esq., AJ
John B'wth, deccafad, under 1.'. H
Court, dated November ',
- of the Estate of
. i r-.e Supreme
On Saturday, July ; 2:?r,d, 1B78,
At 12 o'clotk noon, at Salesroom, will ie sold.
That certain Valuable Flonse I.cC with Building thereon, sit
uated on the east side of Sm!h' Lane, in Honolulu with a
frontage of 1 chain 4; fect. and decribed as follows, per Royal
Patent 156. awarJM: ' . !,..,. T'.
,be Frnch Mission premises, and Makai side of this,
and running South 42 li' East, 1 chain 46 feet along
Coruraenrioir at est corner oi una i" "u cumu
ana ruuui ii "" - j "
v a. mnAA 1nhn IIKb'a 1 ami Qnilth IVirflPf t,f
this i thence North 31 16' Eaot, 28 4-12 feet to North corner
of John Hohb'i lot in slight angle of wall ; thence with 19
East 36 feet along wall and John IPs premises to slight angle
in wall ; thence North 24 30" FUgt, 62 feet alon John It's to
Ca corner of this lot : thence North 40 s 45' West 1 chain
8 7-12 feet along lot claimed by Iianakil to Smith's lane at
North corner of this lot : thence South 62 15' West 1 chain
44 2 12 feet along Smith's lane to place of commencement,
taking in walls on N. W. and N. E. side only. Area 290
square fathoms 10 square feet. There are two dwelling houses
beside nnt-houss on said lot, snd water pipe Is laid en, '
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Relonglug ts MR. E. P. CIICRCII.
Ijite President of Oahu College.
On Friday, Jwly 28th,
AT IO A. M..
At the residence of Don. S. H. Phillips, corner oi Nuuanu and
Chapel Streets,, will be sold
Household Furnitur e !
NAM ELVt v
Hair Cloth oias. Arm Rockers.
?i Hair-seated Parlor Chairs
Mahogany Centre Table,
Six Study Ann Chairs, (Jilt Clo -k & Rra Vet
'n? Study Louufe,
Koa Boot Cae and Table,
Book Shelves, Secretary,
One Bedroom Set !
X A M ELY:
Walnut Bureaa. Mirror act Stand. 2 Cribs, " t
Koa Round Table, Cane Seat Dining Chair-,
Sewing Table, Clothes Basket,
Chandelier, Two Folding Chairs,
pute-giass Mirror, Lot of Lamps.
- 'ci' wc.
One Mosquito Proof House !
Lady's Paddle, Boy's Saddle, Child' Rocker I hair.
Two nil Paintings. Rustic Frames,
Corner and Side Brackets.
lilt Frames, Hat Rack, etc., etc.
1?. I. ADAMS, Aucfr-
fl'ST RECEIVED PER KA MOI. AX
3 INYOICK OF
HEIDSIECK & CO. S
Crand Vin Royal,
In Qii.-rt and Pints. For Hale at Asrents rates ly
ii rrarKrKT.TI A Co..
enl for Messrs. Ileidsieck & Co.,
'-PS JM-l ,J
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO.
THE FINE AMERICAN BARK
MARY BELLE ROBERTS !
L. C. GRAV, Matter.
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
jj- Flr.t cli accj-xia&.Jiilon't for fourti;'r in lt srwl 21
Cat, in. and .Ts-. F-r pasA?e, apply to
julO II. IIACKFELD CO.. A;-'- .
ill MAU STEAMSH1F NTS
AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND LINE!
T II K SPI.KNPID S T K A l H I P
CAROII.L. Master, will
lioavo Honolulu ;
KANDAVU, F. I., & SYDNEY, N. S. W.
connecting at Katidaru with Ompanj's steaiOT fur Al'tK f
LAND, N.Z., PORT CIIALllKKe. an! interm-liate frt.
On or about the 25th of JULY !
For Freight an 1 Passa
?e. ami lurther intormation.
ap!5 Apply to
II. UACKFKLD H. CO , Agei:ts.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP 10S
SAN FRANCISCO, ;
Australia and New Zealand Line
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO !
LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about July I 8th.
XT For Freight and Passage, or, any further information
ap8 Apply to H. HACKFKLD & Co. Agents.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI.
THE SCHR. KAMAILE !
Will have regular dispatch for Kauai, as above, until farther
notice. rje Freight and Pasengers Uken at the LOWEST
BOLLV.S & CO., Agents,
p. g. This vessel has just been thoroughly repaired, newly
coppered, and put in perfect order. P15
REGULAR PACKET FOR MIIAINA.
ZD: THE SCHR. NETTIE MEET? ILL,
i;;'twef il t i
Honolulu Sutnnlays and l.ahaina everj WedneMlaj.
95S 3ra II. II ACKFKLP Co.. Agents.
B0ST0N & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
V. BREWER A. CO., AUK
be made for
. T 7 Av. .. , . , v. .
miy favoraoie arrangements can .-ujr
?5SEZi3 Storage and Shipment ot Mil. Hone, wool, muti,
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and 1
other Kastern Ports.
rr Cash Advances made.
C. BREWER &
R E I I. A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREWER Jt CO., AfJEXTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FRKK and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
(o2 ly) C. BRKWKR ft CO.
SAHITsi O. AVILDKR,
- AGENT j
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
L. MARI'IIAXT. - - - - - - MASTER.
SAILING DAYS as per Schedule,
Tnless. Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLYAT OFFICE !
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND.
OFFICE WITH WILDER & CO.
61 FORT STREET,
HAS m.T RECEIVED A NEW LOT I
PICTURE Fit AiHKS 1
ii i r.ftn n iIlTi'rrrt vnir HTl'I Tit- s I
Yl .Mill ' V HIV !
" . f
and v:ry pretty.
HWH FERNS, BElUTIFULLY MOUNTED
: I' t
SholiQ nnH Hnrfll WhitO qViH RoH
OiieilS aHU lUrdlfWillie ailQ nep.,
ALSO. ANOTHER iV(F F THO-iK
Choice tlaiiihi irars !
OF WHICH SMOKF.R.
DIAMONDS ! DIAMONDS ! !
CALK AT S. K. KAWSON'S. Xo.
chant Street, anil look at the
LtRCFST AXD FIXEST ASSORT
OF DIAMOND JEWELRY
ever exhibited iu Honolulu.
A Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco !
jali AT THE 1)1.1) CORXER.
THE PAPYRO GRAPH !
ravilR r XDERSIGXED HAVE RECEIVED
A. the agency of the above Xew snd Yalunblr I u-
tmlisii, I'rintmc from paper manuscript wnicn is now
recopnized as one of the most useful inventions of the age. It
is useful for merchants, lawyers, school masters, clerks. c ,
to ail who require to multiply manuseripta. ,
STn7M ".funne. ror
f. ;, f. t. i.fnfh an v t o
the paci ;c
V m o r t h c l - r t 'THtr Jiti
J.Tiv e lull X,xo T
t3r:-r.. " -8 s
0 N M.n 6 21 T r-w
.7-r ;r,t Uu-rt.-r r1
TI It or t B 11 k C aIakT1l0
'? I S.iti ri-"s 41 f rc
-as t'.f .!. 4i : -l S 41 ri
15 fuu rise S307w:rax. ..SI')!p
.i-Sun riTi 6 t tit; al set
'. Suo !: S T w; et. ,l r
-,lS!in ri-- a TI 1 : fun (... ...li! r
Crr hiMtl eiiti. lUrti. Vstt
Board of Heilth Kotificatio'n.
Ifce rra -r.rr nf ?ir;i P at Ke f f -r. i-.-t - .;
iforn'a Coat. i.?-;h-r .;h tUe ."a-t, :h-'. fia?ii i"t
made icide .f n;hia)j, o ttal partj Lirir.g tten ei
poed, may nut b- s.ck fcr ilajrs after irr.Tiig in Iijcolaio, de
cide the n.vr.l of Hr!:b. to c at ion the piblK-. mr.i herewith
publish the symptom of :h"..J ii:.", and d reqaest all co
zens to report a-ie n-i all c-. "howinf snr ?iri!! Po
THE 1CBIOI OF IM'I BAIION.
Is the pce of time intTver.ice between expiire of the
b!) to injection or contagion, ai d the invasion of the d:ea.
It may be r-f loo; t or shorter dtiratiou, from siv la fourteen
days or even lor.er Th ehorier the j-tini th ir.H.W th
diease, jiwl ritt I fr.t.j. Th
rr.Riou of iNVA-io.v
Is marked bj the loilowiug ym li.n more w Je -vrre.
languor and laaaitade shitrerins and r.-cepir.f ofllieikin;
1 paias in the heaj, in the loins and in t'e Uinbe ; skin hol
j either dry or nioiat ; ejes siiffited ; pu'se and respiration
quickened f thirst and Itsinf api-etite : white and roated
tongue, dot Utl with red points ; naifea. perhaps tontiting ;
constipation ; pain and heat at the pit of the stomach ; rest -lessness
and universal prostration. Thrsc symptoms may be
succeeded, though in various degrees in diff-rent individuals,
by oppression of breathing, cough, iethargy, and sometimes
insensibility. In children convulsions not uofrequxntly occur
at tbe latter stage of the febrile symptoms There i always
an increase of the s uiptom at uiht.
This periul lasts from two tj four da, Aiul the pains are
immediately relieved by the succession of ;he eruptive period.
PKRIOD OF EBt PTIv.N.
There mav be an iucreae vt the c-u-etitutioual sy
which are at once and iuiiuelialci relieved by tt.e ouiduim
of the eruption : this firt appears on the lips and forehead,
., . , , , , f ,.,,.. ,i.
then npon the rest A the Ucc ; from the face it spreads to the
neck aud arms, from thence to the trunk, and front the trunk
to the lower extremities. The entire body is pervaded in a
spaee of about twenty-four boura.
T-v. : ....... i;l . .... 1 1 j..kinfM K . . t t.. ihe
.ucuuiu.,.,-,. i .
touch and in numbeia proportionate to the subsequent pua
tulea. The bkin is tense or shining iu most cases. The red
spots soon become raied aud on the second day of the eruption
appear like small conical papillae with red and infiamed bases
and transparent vehicular points ; they go on progressively
enlarging, and about the fifth day the vescicles become de
prsssed and itsdetitateil, their content become whitish and
milky and ultimately assume the pustular torm.
Similar appearance nny be obseive-S. in the inou n nu.l
throat, and there may be difficulty in swallowing with im
peded resplratiuii, weak voice and a dry troublesome Cough.
The whole symptom increase in imeiisity, and about the
eighth day t.f the eruption the secondary fever (so-called)
makes its appearance. This is the mwl dangerous period of
the disease, and generally continues till about the cK-veullt day
of the eruption, when, if the patient is uLkuI to recover, the
'whole syrupt. nn will be gradually ameliorated, and the
period of dedication commence, first api-aring on the fm-i1
and grdu:ill cpreadiug to the other portions of the txxly.
Ohas. T. Oi lick.
' ?rcr-tarv B.rd of Healili.
Interior O.Tv -. June 3' '.''i
SA'l i lWA i . JVLi i.
The stkamfu Kilauka sails tor Ililo and intetme-
1 lt pn on Monday next.
y ,Ion Mtt w
A iKKiiut st: iu 011U8 us that he did not
-, ,;,.. n. n..rr i,,t pff-l I ho trpatv.
-o- j "
on j.'riJriv last.
Tiik. U. S. S. Lickawanxa, which it was reported
would shortly sail on a cruise has been ordered to
remain heie for the pieseut.
Coronation Day Wednesday last was the an
niversary of the coronation of Queen Victoria, and
the British and American war ships in port were
dressed with flags in honor of the day
Spirit or tiif. Timf This live California paperepelling had been promoted by the offer of prices j
comes out with a Centennial is9ue of forty pages, V for superiority. ,
profusely illustrated. Can be had at Thrum's.
v J m
Firemen. We are requested to say that there will
t r v ;nn r., X 1 t,:.
ue a uicciiujs i uSmc vuiuFu, ,
rooms on Wednesday evening next, for the election
. " " -.it. ti r
Henry Mat, h.Q., has been appointed by His Ex-
cellency the Minister of Interior a member of the The compositions showed thought and an appte
Board of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital, in place j ciation of the subjects chosen.
Of Ir. John Montgomery, deceased. I A composition on "Insect Life" was of peculiar
J7?& We are requested by the ladies of the
Martha Washington Tea Party to request that all
contributions for the supper be sent to the TIawai-
I ian uotei, between tne notirs or i and
j Monday next.
' T f ,..... . . l,,,..:.. l .. '.II 1.. . n..
t"is prt 1
l.TOlu.i.tn x rs?ci -rttf iitity inuf , nui
for Micronesia, Wednesday July 5tb.
servtce.- on xioaru trie vessel at 11
o'clock, a. m. in the Hawaiian, and Rnglisb
' Si ritK.ME Coi rt. We are requested by the
Marshal to say that the foreign jury will be
required to attend promptly on Monday morning,
at 10 o'clock. The Court will meet tip stairs in
Severe Accident. On Tuesday n-oruing last, Mr.
Thomas Thrum, Sen., a much respected member of
the eommunitv. fell from the roof of his house on t
r,.,. .ri;...ni t.nrw frpr. .wrl
i rr u ..ir.: .1 v:.
uusiy liijurcu. luuuu guuvnug Bcieijr, uu uia
age (about seventy) being against him, yet the sym-
toms were favorable yesterday tor recovery.
ously signed, has been presented to the Minister cf
the Interior representing that the collecting of bul-
lock at the water tank on the continuation cf King
gtreet on the roa(j t0 Waikiki is a dangsrous nuisance
at nizht. and praying that the said water tank be
removed, it being the attraction which brings the
Music this Aftlbnoox. The band will play at
Emma Square this afternoon, commencing at half
past four o'clock. Following is the programme:
Beautifal Rosy March
Selection. Opera Le Tre Aux Clercs
1001 Nights Waltz
Fantasia, Opera Macbeth
Farewell to the Forest, (by request;
Grand Selection, Opera Orpheus
. . .Offenbach
The next moonlight concerts will be on Monday
evening. July 8, at 7. SO, on tbe grounds of the Ha
waiian Hotel, and on Wednesday evening, July 5. at
the same time, in Emma Square, which will be the
last moonlight concert under the direction of Mr. If.
Professor Chapman-. The perlorniauce given 5"
this gentleman on Saturday last, was attended by a
large and appreciative audience. He has not how
ever had the opportunity since, to entertain the pub
lic with his marvelous feats, as his performance ad
vertised for Wednesday last, was necessarily post
poned on account of the music of the band which
piayed that evening on the Hotel grounds. To-night
Prof. Chapman will once more endeavor to entertain
our citizens, at the Royal Hawaiian Theater, with
his Magic and wonders; and we would advise all to
avail themselves of this opportunity, as he is to sail
for windward port per Kilanea on Monday next to
bj absent for a week or more.
Rev. Dr. Damon. The annnal sermon before the
American Seamen's Friend Society at New York
May 8, was preached by the pastor of the Bethel
Church of Honolulu, and appears in full in the Sai
lor's Magazine for June. It abounds in interesting
reminiscences of a residence of thirty-five years on
'.the Islands as chaplain to seamen. The editor of
'the Magazine speak cordially cf ; Father Damon"
ad says: This devoted and hotored brother is
Weted wherever be goes with most cordial and lov-
g welcome. All the way along his route of travel.
; kim San Francisco eastward, he Lss been met by
PVsons who recall some personal favor shown them
inhis island home, and their manifold expressions
i rratitude are beautiful and touching. Persons
' wit whnm he has -been in correspondence about
thei missine kindred, sons and .Wsbanda and
broter meet him to tender their t Vs and hospi-
talit so tht,t be find friends and a, uome in every
I place-.f Bo0urn. He strikingly illustrate the truth
, of thi .aed proverb. " A roan
1 must hr himself friendly."
to have friends
it 1 alio
C. BR F.I .
'RrAPT.-Tbe 1 twee oi '.r
lir.. ' Mediu-rraneaa atA.HKe f-r iuic--aic
scrt-iw, , (f a m: grcw'.nj cut c f tut
Kai'ern quuw,ws recent'y stated to c-nsw r
IS vess'". i of wh i-rc armour-pitted
. AtTiBJi I K-roRT." v. V K,lty. wlo it w'ul !
Lc rrf.eu.l tre-1 left here rather ;,stily te lb lust j
trip the D C .trrjy. mEeshat the digul j
(f h'j crH.tcr. h-J it Ktu p-;vrt WJ;h hrl .
Ueo 'uf i in 4oot:i4r"s natue d 1 kulflll!T mt?Tl i
To a:i ur-.-i ir:--t il?rTfr it wcoll appear H
r;jht.utn c'u.-e rxtainatkin sboel pisiuly the ,
inil Weui.Ji-.-siiaJtbit one J. t. I mer h
t-?u uuier Hrrr?t in iiricioti "f Lviug the forfr.
ami i f.. r iri! at tLc coniinj
term of tbe
Eepoit A the Examining Coaunittee of
Oahu College, Appointed for
tbe Year 1S76.
To t'.i Ttti'Utsif Oah'i CtiUf :
' Your committee wouM rerctful!j rep.ri, lliat
! cue or niire members of the committee ha?e been
present at each cf th closing exatuinaticr.s cf Oahu
College, the? have carefully obserfed the
; general cti iition and iciaagetueDt of the institution;
a well a? the ttAthol eroplojei to tev:hing particu
lar hra&chcj. The achcol appear to be in .
prosperous condition and umier gool ma:
inageuif nt.' 1
The Bnil'lingi are utsta&tUl, con?eni
sufficiently commoJioas to niet the present require
ments of the institution.
Thf Tcachtr$ during the pa.-t year appear O
have been earnest and faithful in the prreution of
I their work.
It is alwaa au agreeable discovery to CuJ " the
j right man io the right pl.ice." Such a hppy
adjustment would seem to have been effected with
! respect to the President of thus College.
' .Mr. Pratt, who entered the walls of the institu
i tiou a ye.ir ago, an entire stranger, has won an
j enviable, but deserved reputation a a disciplinarian
i and instructor.
His judicious and kindiy oversight has secure!
j good order and an equally friendly spirit on the
, part of tUf SCU0j4r9j rendering the duties and
. . .
association of the parties mutually interesting and
! r j
j In the. opinion of your committee this has beei
j brought about, in great measure, by the high-tone'
- ... .... ...
and mau v bearing which has chara.-tpr ic.l t'e
intercourse of the President with the students. e
j should do injustice were we to omit mention of the
j good offices cf .Mrs. Pratt whose cheerful matacr
j and sincere iuterot have contributed much to nuke
j Punabou a home for the scholars who have hoirde I
, attire institution.
frank II'. Damon, (who has Leeu au I
i-'aoceptable tenchcr at the College during the past j
I tliree jears) closes his labors, in this connction,
with the present year,
j Tbe classes under his immediate supervision 1
j witness to a careful training, especially tie more !
i advanced classes. (
.Miss Eckley anJ .Mitx TrotcltriJge lue both
labored faithfully aud with satisfactory results; as i
the proficiency of the cUse under their charge
' fn'lly attests. ;
About 6" etinlents have been in attendance during j
.the year, ranging from 10 to 19 years of age. In
-:"! oral . y r:'. s . .:-n( thv rnmnare I
tav.irrbly :. -it ' t-f like, i - .h
iu ..( ;. i4i--. r. , virr ,.!.! . v - t),- .'.i. :. u:
5-r-t ot :.: "b...ty .1 ' fj l-.tet tfi :.:. K.cv
1 The range of btudies included reading, spelling,
: arithmetic, geography, grammar, science cf common
things, natural philosophy, rhetoric, algebra,
! geometry, Latin and Greek.
! Through some mistake no exhibit was made of
: proficiency iu penniantbip. 1
The classes in Arithmetic and Algebra displayed '
. . i-t. . i . . .
i cuuimcuuibie un.iiuiucuia; wuiic tile recitations iu
! Geometry were particularly good. Tbe class in
Rhetoric did themselves and their teacher great
credit. The advanced classes in Latin have
j evidently imbibed a taste for classical study, and
i were especially proficient in mythology. By their
! intelligent rendering cf certain fine passaarci
committed to memory and the well-choseu wording
of their translations they displayed their appre
ciation of the beauty of the thought and etyle of
ore orlfl't t n finil o tmiili ,Oinrinn r.M ti
j the rudimentary branches, such as reading and
I svellim. A healthv interest and enmnptitinn In f
'.wli J.'r,. ere eP,ntC! u"
showed fair attainments in that aepanioeut.
a reaaing exercise, oi a portion of one of
Shakespeare's plays, was rendered in a very
.. f .
j The literary and Oratorical tsercites did honor
to the students and institution.
The declamations were one and all rendered in a
; ,ear d forcibIe m
merit, considering the age of the writer and the
limited opportunity he has bad to study this
particular branch of natural science.
The editorial articles in the Centennial Echo."
r. m. on eiicjtea general commenaation. mere was a pleas
I ing -variety of style and the subjects were well
handled. A duet "l.ieten to the fairy feet," was
ung very sweetly; and the two instrumental pieces
were well rendered. The committee would have
been glad to hear more of the boys declaim, and
think it might have been effected by omittinsr the
reading exercises which had received sufficient
prominence in classes.
The exercises and examinations have been credit
able to the institution and all concerned. We would
suggest that an improvement might be made in
chorus singing, and the school needs a good collection
of glees for such occasions.
We are glad to learn that it is the purpose of the
President to devote more attention to music another
. "e congratulate tha Trustees and all Patrons of
..nol on its very prosperous condition.
W. D. Alexander,
Ciias. C. Harris,
James R. Botd,
Tiieodorcs B. IIahcall,
LETTER FR0JK NEW YORK.
From "nr Special Correspondent.
Thf l.i eat Ftpodtion The Hawaiian Drpartnitot
I SnssfvtUn The Treat).
New York, June 11,1870.
My dear Commercial:
We left the Centennial City jeeterday after three
' husy and laborious weeks of seeing the Exposition.
Anything that might Le sau wouM seem so :
imperfect in view of tbe great exhibit, that I j
inclined to say nothing, leaving descriptions and !
enumerations to the industrious correspondents of )
all the papers who are wridng daily and to such j
correspondents I must leave you and all our Island 1
Feople, yet must say a word about our own little ,
lawaiian section. It was a delightful surprise '
to find that we made such a very creditable show;
of course our effort could not with advantage be .
compared absolutely and simply with tbe dieplay ;
made by great countries exhibiting here all their
resources and skill, but comparatively, and for us, ;
it is honorable and handsome. Entering tbe maiu ;
building by a door near the south eaet corner, near '
which the city car lines terminate, we come at once ,
to Hawaii. The space is enclosed by a tasteful j
structure, which the photographs taken will
represent to you; glass caes give the visitor outside !
a view of coral, ferns, the feather capes and leis, the I
fine map of the Islands, photographs, &c, Lc. i
Within the structure is everything else which was !
sent, I need not enumerate, all tastefully and 1
effectively arranged. Too much credit cannot be 1
awarded to our Commissioner, Mr. Hitchcock, for ;
his management of the business from tbe beginning.
Of course we have met him daily during our visit, 1
as we always want, first thing, to see what Hawai- 1
ians we might meet, or who had registered their 1
names, either our own residents or visitors.
I am impressed with the advantage an! impor-
tince to any country, especially to such little ones j
as ours, anxious to be favorably known to tbe ;
world, and to attract population and capital from
abroad, of putting in an appearance" at thcie
general meetings of the nations. It would have ;
bc-eu a great mistake if we had not appeared here.
All that has been done has been favorably considered
by the public, and the press. Many inquiries are
made as to our climate, soil, resources, our people,
our government, and our King, whoje viait here
made so happy au impression. It was wise to pro
vide the liberal supply of Thrum's Almanac and
Whitney's Guile Book, for distribution to editors 1
and correspondent", Commissioners of other coun- j
tries and other intelligent visitors. These pamphlets ;
answer most of the questions which we have been :
asked in every place darinsj all oar visit in America. ;
The " Guile Book" wa not ont when we left home.
"--"" 1 r
but I had with me al-aya the Almanac cl !,.
Some table in that I n in this of TC. particularly
th tafcl tf tcrPTJcrattre as kert at several roiots
No'hi-iz wa mch a 'urpri an ! rleasure to tie
cf tlcfe c. matcs cf eitreaicw, a tne
at) I e-iual le trmperaturt
tbrouzbout tbe ti
cl e ruvnthm. I h.-pe Mr. Throm
Will See Hi tO CS( l vcty sucvn-j.i:j; inuv i
Almacac at leat f paje tr two c f table of the
tbertnetaeter as ycrvl in llcnilula. Nuuana
Valley, llalcaka! Schejl anJ other r"-" hcre
recoHs are kept Also f ill abatracl cf the enu
of different years nJ cf the rain fall.
, t far fri.m .' e Iliwiuan srai-e that of the
lrnge l ie S Ac." If you nrrJ to tut u io your
map and encyc" f dia isr aome information as to
what axil whee thU country is. yoa will U just
in the po.itioi of your oorTespoDdcot. Vca will
fin I it cn the Irtcgt river, adjoining Cape Cclouy,
South Africa. The exhibiticn of tlia aaiall, d jtant
nd little knwn ccuotry, cf ostrich feathert and
egs, cfgrai. wool. ccioera!t, leather, beautiful
b:r 1. ic, w!- call the attention c-f uundredt and
thousands o vlsltrrv, ani rf more realert.cf
uewspspers. 1 nientioa it as a cas mere nearly
parallel to or own than many other. I enquired
for seme pa pblct or circular giving xm leading
facts cf tbeC'crnment and status cf the country,
and looker f?r some Etp which should show it
position I think it was a deficiency of their
generally 'dmirabl ahow. I hope every one is not
bound to .now a. much cf such a state, as of tbe
boundrM and geverntcent of France for instance
Wouldu' it p:y us to be well and thoroughly
rcpreeed at the coming Paris exposition? We
wsnt t men and women cf Europe to settle p
our vsrant otuntry. Is there any letter wy Io
advere our advantages to the Wirldf Tables tf
our c mate, statements of whjt land we have to
sell, i capabilities and price. One. or belter two
Cotur'Saioners who can unweatiedly for six mouths
aoswr question are wanted, aud all should not be
left id the last three months.
(kr colonial neighbor make grand exhibits of
the! resource. Kach gnld producing colony has
an belikor pyramid ot wood, gilded, showing in
bu'i the amount of gold produced since gold dia
carries; snuie dividing it iff to show the amount
yHded in each year, with ttatemenU of the value,
l ey exhibit iu some two hundred small paintings,
tjery class of soil aud country, and the price per
sere, every phase cf farming, grazing and miufag
U'e, their grains, fruits, meats, manufactures of
very description, all their woods, herbaria, metals
and minerals Brazil makes immense and careful
exhibits of the products of that great empire. It is
known that they bad the wisdom to have a lre
liminary great exposition of thtir own last year in
order Io assemble and select from that what would
do them most credit and attract most beneficial
notice in this world' gathering. I do not speak,
for the limits of this letter do not permit, nor doe
my one day rest a I travel westward permit, cf
the exhibition of France, Austria, Kngland, and
such fi nii-hed countries. They are of a diflerent
character. It is new countries, inviting immigration
to which we can most profitably look for example
of the beneficial use to be made of World' Fair."
Could our community be agreed enough about any
thing to have the first year of Reciprocity a fair,
an exhibition at Honolulu, which might help us to
go to Paris the following year with omeihing more
ample and complete tlnu this of 1876? It would
The treaty ? I four my laht baaty note to you
wtitteu fn.tn New York just after the passage of
the bill ly the House, was a day too late fur steamer.
Now there is developed au opposition in the Heuate,
or rather au opposition operating ou tb Heuate,
coming fmu the rice and sugar grower of the
south. TLey fear we have such a vast territory fit
for the grswth of those staple that we shall conflict
with their market east of the Rocky Mountains.
Of course we know that our suitable land is very
limited in extent and our possible capacity still
,. ... restricted bythe amount of water available
I r 1 -'. -nd i'.c ' ' y vl .'or fin nao
if. I ! U '. C 'Urn. T
dilucuuK auvi ..in... - 2ciy e . -no, J ul'l
now that we have passed the crisis of difficulty and
secured the coveted reciprocity. The four fifth of
the Senate which ratified the treaty must insure us
the majority which is all we need for the bill to
make it operative.
Another cot respondent write as follow :
" Our Hawaiian exhibit ha rcoeived any amount
of attention, being crowded all day long.
There have been not less than three thousand
visitors per diem tince tbe opening of the exhibi
tion. It has been favorably noticed in th paper,
an I all the Hawaiian who have visited it are im
mensely pleased. It forma a rallying point from
which 'Jbey branch out to view the exhibition, and
to which they return to rest. Tbe fact is, Hawaii
has become very well known to the multitude who
throng this vast Vanity Fair, and all are
eager to obtain intormation."
The Proposed Revenue Changes.
HoMM.ri.1 , Juuo 26th, 167 It.
To thf E'lHnr of the Pacific Coinmeiciul Arh'triiner :
Sir : I was glad to sou an expression of opinion
in the (nr.tlte of the 21st from one of our promi
nent merchants upon (he proposed revenue changes.
It was no doubt partly w ith the object of obtain
ing tbe views of that part of the community that
U so directly interested in the proposed new taxes,
that the plans of the Minister of Finance have been
put forward in advance of any Acln to carry them
out. As Mr. Davits observes in his letter on this
subject, the Minister have had ample lime to con
sider these questions, and if tli; flan proposed by
them is not pretty nearly the best general plan
that can be adopted, I agree with Mr. Da vies, that
it ought to be, and the Ministers can have no apol
ogy to offer if it is not. His Majesty' Uovernuient
must expect criticism, and they should not ask
that their proposals be handled with glove on.
Mr. Dayies ha? done a public service by boldly
and promptly attacking the schema of the Govern
ment at every point w here he considers it vulnera
ble, and i-uch points seem in Mr. Davies' view to
exist pretty nearly all round it. Ixt us then ex
amine how fat the different objections which Mr.
Davits makes to the fJovct ntnent ate well con
sidered. The first object ion i placet! in such clear and
deflnitr language and would be mi set ions, il true,
that I cannot do better than reproduce it here. Mr.
Davics sayi : There are many who will have no
benefit from the Treaty clergymen, piincipal
aud teachers of schools, families, living on small
fixed incomes and others whoso names we can fill
in from our own circles ; and it would be a scan
dal and an injustice to saddle them with such a
list of taxes as the Minister of Finance proposes,
and for such au object the relief cf Agriculture.
To many, our cheap housekeeping ha been a
great boon, but now it is proposed to seriously In
crease the coht ol neat ly all their necessaries of life
and to extort an unheard of tax (rou any little
money they may have saved, and nil to make tip
this deficit." Now Mr. Editor. Mr. Davie admit
he and others were " startled " when the Govern
ment plan was brought forward, and be may have
written tbe above hentencu under I bo influence of
that state of mind, but 1 aui surprised that a shrewd
man of busings shonld even under those circum
stances have committed himself to a statement o
much at variance with the facts as that contained
in the last part ol it. Why Mr. Editor, it seems to
tne that it is jn-t the necessarie el life which are
relieved from taxe by the proposed change. Eut
it will pethaps be more satisfactory to place in
two columns the main necessaries of life which
enter into the question of housekeeping. In one
column h( on which 10 percent U taken off, and
in the other those including home of the tame lux
tit ie-s on which Li percent is to be added. A i well
known, the pric; w hich w ill be paid by the con
sumer will be neither ad much a 10 per cent less
than he ba b n paying on the one class nor li
per cetit more on the other class, inasmuch as the
rate- of duty are on foreign cot, not on the price
here. Dut H-t the object is comparison il nay not
be necessaiy lo consider this point at preseut, and
any housekeeper who is iu the? habit f keeping an
account of hi- expenses may estimate what ho will
probably g.iiti or k-e under tbe new propoel
liptr ctn fff v km oj Amu-,
iron qrowtk or man" far.
i ptr rent mitdnl.
Beef, bacou, porst Lam, and Ale, porter, ttn-f, cider and
ail frtsh, smoked cr preserved all "th-r Vrmni"1 drinks,
meals-, gram, flour, meal acd
bran, bread and bread staffs of TV
all kinds, eggs IUU oysters,,
and all other creatures brin;
in the wat-r arid the i roJuc'.
thereof-, fruits, nuts, renta
ble, greeo, dried or unlrkd,
preserved or unpreserrttl, suit,
Hoots and shoes. Cotton pnte, Clotim.: ai.J SH,ik4 mp.
food of all kinds, including parel, linen msnutsrtures, tail
printed cotton. Atileriesn linery floods, brads, braids,
r ,.! n n I mii1 (k-) LuuotU, hoods, bullous, cor
sets, collars, skeees and rufls,
edginpt, flowers, (artificial)
feathers, fringes, gimps, laces,
4c, Vc. fins, needles, hair
.in. c , Ac. Silks.
I'uiiu tui on jii. fuvt ni'li'd- Furniti're, (upholstered; f
stered or carved ) ill kinds.
Hardware of all kinds. Crockery and glassware,
woodenware, kerosene and drus and mediclnrs, silver
other oiU Lr illumination, plate, plated, gilt and britannyt
lumber, doors, sashes and, ware,
blinds. Watches and rl-n-1 1
Diaysand wagons, harnesa Csrrisres.
and all manufactures of leather.
Snap-, oats and hay; pape",
stationery atvt bor-kv
.vujn-i.taanii. .,..' aa-ks
! -ill K .wn that I kite l.l.fsU .S ll U
ruiuums the c..ffi-p'M,diii5 clasps of r re ft
le. opposite I . .. h t tl.t r. o that It w51 7
It every oi,.- In r.tlu.i, almost at a ;Utict l.'-w
Lis houH ktr r ing . xpeti" will be aS -cunl wo
tt.e irciprnity treaty. mpixli f lb 1 1 " ' .
Minister cf iinance be carrieil out. JtwU ke
ae, ti that r p.it to Ihe l .t.g lit o1 grotn-. and
eatable of all kind Iroui which thr 10 percent
tiutv will be rnuoved. lb afliclr vnu?
matulv imported ft ota Ihr lulled r-Utr, lhTwU.
only ne articlf, tri. cn which 1 per eenf. eilrw
! pnpiHllf. Il.led. whUh n.y W callid a
l.e.es.atv. th is leaving lni:iu-t kUanc m
fat or of "the houss keeper. Il I truf thst tb l-ilce
d tniarand tier will hi' Itcresartl kere 7
dutits being taken ff In lie foiled Mate.
es o.s io me Mr. Kxlltor. that aoy ne wb nV.i .
a point of ttla must have lis prejudice m tror4t
KainM the rrrlprociir treaty a to b blmd-d lo
It. most evident advantage, for to take thf C"
or clergymen and principal and Uachr of
school who ka o roach oxcllwa f. Xiatlra ,
STmpathle. what 1 would ask could b betfr lor
if.e Cmt named, ia a pstunlary point etf view, than
or the li congregation to have plenty of money la
their pockets, and for the lat named, that lk par
-tii .f children shottld b twerUy welt off Jn
other word, lhat sugar and rice, our wain pro
d.ieiiiins should Im dear. ,
There I. so artlc. oa wkiicfc lU 4u to H ' '
ed bv l be goreroaimt 4aa wbicfc sii'l. witb-t 4f rBf
tion. be sttppcMd te iocrssjse enierbljr lb Mr - ,
lns.s cf a - straxillng fc.saeblf - ' . rytwt, t
euade, and wearing apparel ot every Urrru:ira. a Mi
cntist-leralioa of lbs Uris. however, may relieve b. "
a'.rio on this ac re. Ia Ih. flr p-.ee let il be oaer.-Hl
Its I the sa hole extra gaia l the reveooe aottrlpste (ra th
extra change is in ttmcd ! fH.'0 ', " .T
leolT crtits jear die cb sits, stsjh Sfti rtlM ss
gr.Hi. os the ot tbe r"tulrwi t 1ST. A fcf2
this amount, kowrvsr, is duty . what sre ral - .u,
or rl-ap ready sn.de cUmUIi mkUh U largely sold is
mates and Mil rs ol tcln vesta Hat ' waiT"
h.J twenty rents a year earh were ul r mu rt l".
this is far sir than tr l the ts p "' '.""''.
ttirWB cfl B Amrraaa ottos iens go-als. aku-k rT?" .'
known the o.aisii.lef tbe Ckabli V2Zl
and e. racially nt tlx wrt ss wvll a it '7..
In suca Js as lain brews coons. whl
and hirluiga. prmlej rottor,.. urgrs, slrta "r.
oob-n. eotli snd other silted oda. wlU al ros-s '",.
free, a.iboib Iks -l.ra vt ar. B4 M
ed fr. the I BUM U.o. Now It wiU occsr rjfifiZ, .
bidder that the store e..ry arlicl ot "'"JT'. 't lu.
reti'. dr-. ar. mads op ol lb. ave g.. ard nu.U,
i. or Bl IB. orv-raaT, --
. i a -k . I I. saw? atiiktisil infirviv
that .be duties on all tbe mala article of '
mied pircg.d. SIhI drrs good. S..Ir "'"
. .' . ...i,rkMl ivluin,f sierioot. M-
a.uisni autt .uii'i-, - .
. i..., .ul ilia InAslia ValiMV ol plats SS1
,c.s, priced cottoo.. and lb. Inftol- yartotV ol WiM
ancy article. Ironortod Irost Ihoo. suttslrkos '7
. . ... ., ..ii..., ,.l aliks and linen. With la
SOU cmhbiiic, wun -- ' I . i
.sce,,ilm. their drew goc-1. will be a. chesp as ever, and fot
ton tusuriato rbrspsr.
. . .. . i k nn.lr II. la new roloael
. M . - - L.
" T I . ; ..J kl. I.1MHI
lo i.v a Lttl. more tor aia rrwirty mnm
or .-rili.nnl. war., or hi. oit.J.te4 SM t
...I ii ..ii- . nn iha dutv which will b. lakes rr
hi. general hardware, bl. plain f"'n??tZ?l'
till will iw 11.1'. m....- f 1 . . .
roinea to lutorte. aiinoiif a - i -' . . ,
II be wi.be. t.ienj .y hi. sianlla rtiers t(W oliuwr. U sola
c.iiteni with pip. be will get hi. lobaer. saof. rhrty has
' iTtt.e face of ll.. os fact. Mr. D.vle. a..erl. Ikaf ' - hw k I U
prfiKe, l.t se..sr.era.s llo.tl
u,?..r.. ,7.s.Kllol.'f as u.ihea.j of -;
beard of wher. t Irorn any Utile m-me, Ihey Jt. Vstr?
and o, hool teacher.) may have aaved It fr""
Mr Kdil-, thai IbU pr. "" InccM i-f I- UitB" oa rorta n
art.cte.ol lti.-rl will be s locovet.lenr. ,u4 1 Is aevlata
caae. a k. to IU sierohanls ws. Import Ih. "!..
Ihcm iA.d to II ou the true ground snd am attempt t. p
Inward Ibe clergymen and acboul tea.b.r. a. buH-r.1 l i tav.
(hem Iiohi Ih slM-k of lb. Impmiding rewf.ula.iloo U etir
nnanrial .y.tem." lot II I. quit. evMetil SS I ';"
Ih. rlergvmeu and school leswher. moK, Io.toa4 rt'''''
. ... iu k-.. I- ttm a tlula tniie.
benefit bv the change, aud ini was 7 -
"I . . "avie.' aoKgeottm" ebset . ' '
r A r i
. a , . -t. .
; 1 1 M -. ie . - t' ' f
m ' ei Sir J ,IN"il-m 's
li .kss) ks., "v..
... .stieo ally tie. 'In w.
. I I, 'l.
kv Mi - squall I
better than hd valorem
jvit is to raise rev.uu. asrsriy au siiy ""
lo the Juatueas of tb ta. Let us tak. lb. f of cla t r,r
trwtauoe. au ordinary claret of vs T:. .
people would I quit. aalitBi-s with, wonld
lr. Davl.-. plan, lbs asm. amount of duly s a Ian
worth a. much per bottl. a. tbs oibw Is a doaea.
ordinary claret of vis 4WW.. warn k uw
- I Wl
sa s. wiik
.aher sli.es. W aUbes worth aay wner. '-".". -'T"-
, . "- . --- - --- . 1-. .
k . a.tlrlt to S.lect lor a .pJi. wr. 'lat
si singular article to s.lect lw a .peoin. duty. kn
al lot bar, a .peclfl. sum mi each "-''
nusienl In.lruu.enls. Irre.rtlv of tb. l
.u." i . Ti..,.. a .rcia. .urn mi each of tb. difrem
kin.!. f tnu.imd lii.uruu.eoi.. Irreapswlles of tb. tal lxr
i. . a i.l . rana. KMM. tf BoMlliH .
nl .ill be chper. the clothing ol a lamuy 'TLZZ t
than under tb. old ten per . duly, rant 110
r.o .fiord lo spend coo.lder.ble ttsiilt si k.. V't'
m. shU h Ihedu.y is pr-fx-ed lob. rai4 shoes 1 ?z J
...re thai -m. H your lair iwads win
tim, ao.1 lace, in lb. oncotnl eolumtt at. siw k "''
SsJrk-a of tif - Ikas Ih. br4 sow H? T??;
.i,ii.., fcu,,i.i ui I inane ran harrtly b. ii
eriware, his par, siauenrry " -J
taddlety and Ustherswarsi. I ms.l ao her. ws.il la eatlssl
?h. .t niggling rater lamina, thai lb. duly ! "
llT AmeVic.O tool. ...d WblUt YT.ZHT
i ...i.n 1.,-j. and .boeai SDd thsl eves Wbea !
Ilil Si I'll li 11. w. . " ' ' " - , . . . .
me eatrmirdinary. A boy's ftddl. aud a trutnoua sr I C C !
Ihi. plan, pay th. urn. duty. . -
Mr. liavie. sems io or . jenro.M.
n.a nranertv taa from -
i t.. iLer'Tiu. Is conowrnea una -
' . . . ... i ,
of this country, it wT seem thit if J'LHV
need not objocl to sucn t pi lauoni.t is Mi"i'-,,r.,
would probsUy b. mors aiu than b-ls to b"4h Ha r L
and th. country, whatever ulbl s. tb rwail .besj.r--'
cent, to one per o nt. and bs atiru.pt. U shrnr that 1 1 W
very easily aud lair I, evaded. Tb. UttU "JZJ?
Ing y..ur poeny la Jane, In order V -TtaTj .. Hie.
tranoiseo. lo be invented Is good. whMt sr. WB
so as to save lb. on. per cent, taa on Jan. bo. U. h?" 'v."1 .
geiiioas. Is hardly one thai would work well is P"1"-
.......mm I In .
iriea this plan. . .
But Mr. Duvlcs brings forward another rasa w ban he s
It Is easy to avU il. property i, thai Is ty telayin I hs e.
rival ol its Liverpool cargo worth .ay M . sntll sReri l
:tuth June. I nay say with regard lo ibt. pms lhat l prdnr
from experlenre thai it Is simply Iropracilral.i.. "r"'',it ly
cannot delay I. Is cargo a day or il I f''
sailing of hi. veasel al least a month lo make -jmn of M md s,
riving too.ota. Now what mm-chaot twcmld n0.,
cargo evmi a at.tj, .lly l tb ak" T?L -
cent. la t Of if I., did and was la Ih babil of A.log so. bo -
well li would ay hi. neighbor. try w .;; " "
e lo, month or eoupls months ahead
rnool cargo, and Uow glad they would b it
77.. ..d makt Perhaps Bv. per cenl.i
lh ir Ula.gow cargoes io,
of Mr. Daties' Liverpool i
ioing m. tto, M r. Kdllor. th larg. Uaponing m fjaaai eat u.
i 2m a whole, avoid carrying tbetr mocks ol 50.0o? M iloo.,
000 or $160,000 worth- gwls through tb. sism.r. !
iy the one per ceni
L u mill ia A ih. fawaxAfr.i iher MUDM l"i rww
ki U BV III T If asaw w - .t a
Ihem la June and repleoLli them lu -JT ""T "iStf 7.,
ever whether Ulr or safalr, and Ihi. Is f!
pinches. Itdoessartn a VU,Zf ?i,l?tl2
Lav. an Item la lllr taa bill, of t0Q ef . J
pro,,ty ui on .lock pa band oa Jan aoth, and
Ked on. ir cent. I. loo high ll Is leg'.tlmat. fur them I r.
li.on.tr.t.. and trhaps th Minister of rinsoos may '
lew of tuo probable Increaaed realm of properly a oar lb.
reciprocity treaty, lo put this lat al Una
cent instead of one r oenl., bul It wlU ool avaU to ft ,
Us beaus. It. payment can U .lly vadd Tb M-vUser
of Finance knows better. I ndeed If it bad bora so Muily aad
lalrly evaded, a . aliotiW a-H probably ba kerd o Bivlt
about u. ( lj '
t - .A ..,-, with Mr. Davie. With retard 4osrMU
he aay. about an sitcom, las, axi far al lesst as to admit lhl
tbretirlly il la on. of th. moat eouabU tssm la .slirlent, N
and if there seem, any dl.posli I'm In th. eonimuuty b
an Income taa with th. renal.! luqulrAsonal marhiowr -la
an Increaos on the present properly ".,oliw.r K
nann. would no doubl be happy lo enoour lb. ajellng and ,
yield to Ue proposaL Hut lb. machinery abould s sorb tbaf
this U may not all be paid ty the eotcUmiloos rsx.pl. whim
thoae who wor not so ge.t ol! comparatively ('. Hut .
Minister of finano. aa gsumal rato would wlHMl wulB t i
clently confiding nature lo Indue them to drop tb. properly
taa wblcb they know ihey ran sollo.1, lo loav Ih. operty
upon which they ran put lueii finger, and iuattad. lo ..ltd IU
la asesor lo M r. ilavw for In taiio sd .ay as I. suggMi. f ,
Now Mr. Da vie., )ui Ull a how mutb was ih. locon.s de.
rived frrmi Kaalaea I'UDtatloa la.l year, dadartU.g a msws.
lie amount, you know, for working .spo.e. rom Mr, lt
ties th aamoor would ol o3rw f tb. s.s of .ugai atv
molaawe. to a keg. but th. Iroubl would row.. Is when th lair
thing lor working epto-. cam. to b. d.comd, for wb.l
with lr.tere.iof money pahaeompoaadd arter1r, J
aUon cf wsthiosry aoVsmlm'--irJ Umt W" hwllr hal hijd a.
be j ul in. and th. tra.h koa ibal m iy blow dows, and iho
lot ol dark augar thai Is Ull aosold la fas rraooleco, and b
adv.ie lhat had to be paid lo UiowJ 00 Cbluamen, n4m
thing or another, lb nel Inromeof a .oar planiatlon woabJ
eem to be alioul th. nearest thing 19 la I ko of
Now Mr. Kdliot, the plsa of tb. svwr.m'ov ru, ' ''- (
iveaue may be a long wsy from bg th. 1
d. but it I rU.U clear thai Mr. DavteV rl.J sjat U It
PS'VOfaa etf awMitAvsrl itta far ki tal.
bl. slternsUvs, as Ii
will not, I think, strik. th. public as on. vmmw
popular or producuv. full 1 am glad thai h. baa placed r.i.
views Is black aud whit, befor. tbero. boesuo when wq find
that this I all that a shrewd Biao of Imalue, wt. tat I b e
rkaisly snd directly taxed snder this souew., aa to arg
again It, we most feel relieved fr'sm aoy varus feeling f .
danger lo th. geaoral Inlereai. which tb sojawhsl lid and
radical change, indicated by II might mud timid minds U s- ,
tertaio, had oo such attack, been suad. spos It. Mr. Iiavke.
communication will also have cAh good rotlts of eslllng at
tention to tbe fallacy of tb ssnion that lb. prtsed
charge, are going to Injur, th. wrogellt.g bselo.dr, th.
Wrymao, school Uacber, and tbd uativ. f th avosl oara-wy
aa.mlnation of tbrm mam proe. thai Ut clae- win. opou
the wh'jlf, largely benefitted, both directly and Indlrerliy.
!.' there I or. rlaas of th community who will b. to a pool
lion to reap a rich barveM by lb. change peopistad uftrn tut (
final arv4i.pliabwef.l of lb recl .ty ooovetitlos with lb
I nited Buies, more than arxaher, thai claas i th omml.slos
ami tin port log morcliaut. U is beyo. quWo thai tb.
.lue of goods, which sitl be Impale enlfJ
(rili. with wl.kh w. do bu.iness, Kot ea' ludlug Isverpoot, win
ininieilialely in:rta lo a very coosiderabl esienl.
ti.. .... . . .m -,l,.,ir. will b. Iarly incrtMl
im the uay thsl tl convention goe IM .nam, "
. I... a m ..... -
knows better than Mr. Harks thai ti. 7. T
M.e merrhm.1. and tb. aroos.4 oa which they rorslv. tl.r .. ,
I mission, w. II increaae from that hour ana sot i.y tiooorr....
bat by thousands of dollar pw atiliumt Bil "" 'r
tran.aet their buainess with haa rraoclsoo or. with Uverpool,
with lkjton or with bremeu. "
il in the (.ii.uge nnoeMary to luak up lh lvei,u Vl fcjr
I ... MJ , '
certain Amefi'an artictea, slid by
fivtrig up tbe duties
ennes te i
)ia gioal treaty m gained, or lor lurtea.ing ta rev-,
invert them In public laiprowemmil, wiUiowt ranoa.g
try In debt, it become sdvlaahl lo Ikto lb l.rlfT o
(erUIn arllch a. Dd thu. n tuanewh.l tb. looresa. of prof
its and commission, which th. importing merchant of llooo
lutu s v sure to reap by the operation, tm y ar about the U.l
Tn.le iu the kingdom wba ahoiUd om4al. Hst however,
human i.atur. ha. not cbsugi4 a in lb Paradw. (! ia.
Pacific, aud the hard d'K triu. "f ih. lil' l ecouon.1.1 is ir
here as tlseabere. that tbe puhlle w.al is be.t aaauiwl by '
msu ail eatb lixmm lofAiu altarp atler ibeU own loiere.la.
It will I f the Ministers lo carefully l.ua t. th csunoTii
claims f the lr.tere.ted, aud without t ar or favor, urge tn
mes.ure lforc the Aswn.bly which oeem likely lo e.-t
lh gre(t good ou the gf9utt number. " ,
Moat. Oioit :8ui.r r. By tb talk &. V. Mu
ray were received eleven of th cbolocst pur breui
Merino sheen, from the rrmlm flock of Messrs.
r. . ... ' I . - f
severance ana reel. inev wer constcara to.air. ,
J. L. Richardsou cf Kahuka Ranch, who intention
it ia to rais pure stock from which to SJpp'i
need of onr Island wool-grower, which t V
able soon to do at price much below th pi
of importation, rallied interested jTj ps.
IkUn b. would do well to communkatt ;Viaiityio
who is agent for Sereraooo and Feet, A
to urply a limited numbfk trAKkfJ
Ived per Ceyicji, iu ea.
-4ti one nt tw pound Cnt'tjiY
(..111 till, f M J '