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TRIOAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1STO
Tut culj fcr.-io arrival ii;r our Lut, teas the
uu. u Bjmuiu nn IO( liui.n. n
aga.n th mI morning for Pan Franc i-co. fche took U02 ;
cl sit-ir. and other domestic produce, amounting Uo- j
Sthr in value losoine J21.G00. The bark MenshikoO" .;;
tomorrow (Saturday lor fan rrancIco, but hat merrly !
Zxiy quantity iri:ore m this itv.tt r.i :.i . s.n.,..
ii'ii i'. r..i are KiJiaD.awAitir.tfom-Lii ni;n.ni. f
ha -on inw ffft. Mr 8pfrkt ef iheCaKf.rnia IT?irarrjr water running to waste in Koolau down on to
Compandors Frioc;, who arrived here o thasahuiti thf. rtorM of Makawao, for tie purpose of irri
and retarnnl cm the steamer of .Monday last, made food use of ' ' 1 . . .J , ...
Ms tiro by or.clo.ling contract. forthe purchase and delivery ! at4nn- JNlCCeMiTit. Ministries', While j&dmitting
ia this city of im S,000 tons ol sugar, on Irrai considered , tllC Tfllue of the enterprise, hnTG never nfpar
Kr7kT,O.Cr,rlt!.,rr",0n',Whill,ntl't'rrr,,wh" er.tlj seen their vrav elenr to undertake it; but
Wo aaU'factory to t!i htijff. ' t
The ma:i iMmnrnm r.. r,:. .: ,.. , J now we are rlease.1 to Scarn that it ia in a fair
Dlay xLjhl er Thursday morning aext.
i O il 1 O T UOIIOLULU, U. I.
; t. 13 fcht Ka Moi, Rrynolil. front KatnlQi. Maui.
r-- idMrbr Mirteii, Lambert, from Koioav and Waimea.
14-HrHrJltrkm, Lambert, from Kofaa and Waimea.
12 Scar fneokahL Clarke, from liana. Maui
13 fchr N-tli5 Merrill. Cratv. focn Lnhalna, Mm:,
li fltmr KitUba. alarehant. from Hawaii and Maui.
15 jchr Mib 1"rri, Kauwaia, Irom KMnakakal.
li-gchr Mary Cllea, I'coJ. from KoruUC.liairaH.
1 ychr t a-uoa. Man, from Kohala. Hawaii.
1V ?cr.r Maounkawai, Rimr, from Nawlliwili, Km-i;
a Hchr Karcaii. Kihline, for Koloa and Wamea.
9 chr Manaokawai, Ktmo.for Nawiliwiii, Kauai.
11 liimr Kilaata. Murrhant, for Maul and Hawaii.
11 Schr l.uka. KaaJ. for Maliko, Hani.
11 Schr Kinaa, Ahaihala. for IJanlel, Kauai.
11 chr Warwick, John BoU. for Kalaopapa, Mclok-u.
11 iJchr Talry Qaem, Kaaina, for Hanalel, Kauai.
12 R M m Zealand ia. Ferric, for Pan Francisco.
VI tchr Marion, I-Jimbert, for Koloa ic Waimta, Kauai
12 chr Ka Mot. Reynolds, for Kahuloi, Manl.
1211 8 8 Lackawanna. Captain Greer, for Mexico.
liOcht Pueokihl, Clarke, for Hans, Maui.
VKSSKM IX I'ORT.
fl H M 3 .Myrmidon, Coramnrvlor Uare.
Ambk MThikoff, Pro th . , J.
Ilaw nrijr foirmre. flatflIl.
Haw brig V U Alien. Chare, repairing.
Bark Ionia, from Tahiti, to O C Sir Lean, ia about due.
Bark R C Wylle, frotn Bremen, to II llackfc.d fc Co, trill Le
due the Utter part of replemWr. .
The Bnt bk Dovenby wa to leare Mverpool tr,r Honolulu
ofcout July 2i. to Mr T U Uavie.
RcroBT or the U M ss caLaspia, Fcr.aiEs, Commas
oca Left Hydney Jit y 20ih,3.10 r m cast ofTfrom buoy and
proceeded down tho harbor, at 4 r M passed Sydney Heads;
noon, August ih, arrived at Kandavu, mean time frm rort to
port & days andl i hrurs; Aug 9th, 3 r at, left Kandavu with
New Zcalnnd mails ami rasmgs ex It M ss Anstralia, and
reached Auckland on the 13th, at noon, time from port to port
3 day and 21 boors; Kft Auckland, 6 r si, the same day, and
after calling at the various ports arrived at Port Chalmers at
midnight of the 17th, thirty-three hours Ia advance r contract
time; l ft Port Chalmers with homeward mails and passcn
grs on the 23d. 5 40 r m; ih, 6.30 P M, left Lyttlefon; 6ifi,
4 30 t M, If ft Wellington; 26ih, 2 T M, left Napi. r; 28th, 3i5
rfi AuctUnJ and arrired at Kaadasu Hept 1st, 6 tt.
weather Tery thick, slowed engines, cleared sufficiently at 8 a J
M to eotrr harbor, r M ss nty oi Fiyuney noi men arrivcu,
tluxr from AuckUnd 3 days and 13J hours; 2 20 e st the City
of dvdncy entered port, received her portion of mai.s and pas
sengers, and left at t e si, cleared Nanuka passsge net morn
ing t eleven; m daylight on the 11th lghted Uahu, entered
the harbor and made laal to the wharf at J.30 A M ; experienced
fresh northensierly winds from Kandavu.
It McDonald, Purser.
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j J (ind pups, S sks oats, I
-Per ZealandU, Sept 11th 1 theep dr
39 pkgs potatoes, wu dxs soap.
Fob ea Fascicc
Uetel Leaves, bxs.....
I ode, lbs...........
Per Zealandia, Sept 12th
79 Mangoes, bxa
15 Plants, bxs
3,3o4 Personal CfTccts, b.ta
n ' Anm-r lha .......
3, ......... iH""wi"a .
J.ioV'S. hS. v
Value lomcstic....$23,Ool.0C; roret?n....t2H5
to -Windward Ports Per Kilauca, eept lun-i rv u
setmor, F Spencer, W 11 uaiiey, t ""w. ""UV
f r- I n-.il. It o It .l.lrrln R Prabart. II CoTnWCll. C
I m rjami, Ef ' , i cm m. . , .. . ..... . . - , ..
- f l.Snel!, i: O Tntbury, Prof W l Alexander, wife and 3 ch.l.
i i' dr'n.Cspt Makee, Judge It I.yman, Mrs Bnulh, 8 B Hole, II
1 ' ' A Widemann, O XV Mucfarlane, Bishop W hhs, I. Akana and
B Is. Akana and auout j uecn.
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Adaats. Jno Patterson.
R SAN ff BAXCISCO I rr .truiauuia, cr)i j.ui viaus
1...-.LI.....I r.nifit Mr atnnirtes and wife. Z H tSnaldinf .
Mrs Jaa Makee and danchter. T W Everett, 8 Van Clere, V
1 i T Bees, a O Wilder, Mrs i E Bishop and daughter, Mrs W
'V Kilbura and child, Mrs Pelehantl, Sirs W II Parker, child and
J 1 t. n;h.rrf r-l.n.l rl nurse. F V Damon. Mrs
Vfeene and child, II Huebener, I
From Wixnwtitn Pobts I
Pole, Mous ltntlieu and lamily, 1
.hM.lrn llor Iliirhness It Kceli'
reene anu cnno, uiicucuci( . . cvmuiu . w..
Per Kilauca, Pept 15th 8 B
Mrs A Creen, mrs Land ana a
kolani, Mrs M T Alexander, t.
' W Mafilrlane, H A Widemann, Bishop Willis, T C Forsyth,
j . B, .Mrs M I. Downey, Kahoohatahala and 48 deck. .
Raw son. In .ii city, Sopt 10th, suddenly, of aneurism,
Mr rMfEL K Raavsott, aged 54 years, a native of Hartford,
Conn. He had resided hrc since 1345, and leave a a widow
and two children.
To lh. Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
Sir : The proposed Stamp Act introduced last
week in the Legislature, has called forth much bitter
feeling in the community at the various methods
proposed to increase the revenue and make us pay
dearly for the treaty which has been long labored
for, and was the promised boon for all ills.
; Ail new methods of taxation find opposition on
their Introduction; and while one kind and another
has its preferences, it can perhaps be fairly shown
that an internal revenue tax is the most equitable
method of placing it among that portion of tho
community best able to bear it. and can be so pro
visioned that it will be far better in its workings
than an income tax, with none of the objectionable
features of tho latter; but the same must be gotten
up with scrupulous regard for its thorough working
by placing the tax st a low general average and
increasing the same pro rata in proportion to the
valiteof the instrument taxed. That the proposed
law Is just the reverse, I will endeavor to show by a
few examples, which will perhaps explain why the
indignation shown at the proposed act is just.
Agitemtnts, $100; It matters not apparently
whether this is an agreement to out and deliver a
few cords of wood, or for carting, or freighting a
who'e crop of sugar. .
Article of Co partnership, Sa.OO. There is no
difference here cither for consideration. It might
l-"a partnership in a single temporary venture, or
it ought bo a large business. Orm, or plantation, for
a number of years.
B'Jls of Exchange tax seems more equitable, but
the stnw cannot be said of Hills cf Lading. This
i? placed at assents andean be for a single pack
ace, or it might cover a whole cargo of sugar.
Furthermore, it is not stated whether this is coast
ing or foreign, and if the latter whether inward or
outward, or both. . .
Charier Parties too is fet rigidly at $ 10.00,
without regard to capacity or rate of freight.
'extracts between masters and servants for one
ear or le?s, S1.00 for each copy, and $1.00 for
each year or part thereafter, the same to bo paid
by the employer. Why this latter clause ? Is tho
cmpl ivcr the only party benefitted ? But here wo
have '"T the consideration ot say 120.00 or Jess, a
burden placed of $2.00. while ?ioou.uo is tno con- .
deration of an Annuity tax of f 1.00. Where does i
justice come in? and why such a burden ns this j
nn th.- pmolovment of labor? i
I miffht ea on further to show the fallacy of the
hill, but the above will perhaps suffice. . :
.Win. it is ouite noticeable that S1.00 is. the
basis of the proposed tax. and the consideration, in
a majority of cases, is 2,500.00. Why this universal
dollar tax? Arc they so plentiful that it is our
smallest convenient counter ? An examination into
tho workings of the proposed law will show that an
internal revenue tax of 2 cents on a consideration of
from S5 00 to 60.00 basis, and so on up. will be
foun J to prove far more popular, and can be made
far more general, and will prove a sufficiency to
mct the contemplated government deficit.
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A PowEErrL Fleet. The following is a list cf
the British fleet in the Mediterranean at last
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1 (Commercial bbcrtisr r.
SA Tl RPAY. KEPT. 10.
Kvr.R ?im i: our firt virit to 11a t Maui some
jcnrs ago, c l.avc bo decplj iru.resJ with
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k'ie feasibility of a cheme fur
way of accomplishrnpnt thrcng'i private enter
prise. The letter of the Attorney General,
which 3rtare jd another column, fully and to ;
-:iL.:.r-..ii .u. -a
condiciom of the concession which has been
rnie to the Mrties who will ahortlv iindertake i
; this crtcrprise, the value of which to the agri- !
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. very Important consideration to our minds is the .
' a i i t. - a ' ri
eompiishment of this work will surely lead to
others ol simihr character, in other prts of the
Tor a number of years, past, we have Ire-
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fluently urged in these columns, the importance i
of something being done by the government or
Legislature towards developing the resources of
the country ; and wc have never failed to ira- I
prove every opportunity that has offered to re-
present what great improvement" might be no ,
complished in this direction by nn enterprising,
cnerzetie administration. The Bugzcstions nnd i
arguments emamting from the press have how
ever made no impression upon successive Minis
tries, and nside from the erection of costly gov
ernment buildings in Honolulu, no attention
whatever has been paid to public improvements.
In this respect the country's resources have re
mained as unaided in their developemcnt as they
were thirty years ago, or when the government
waa first established ; bo that for tho thirty years
that the country has been . in the hnnda of
foreign-born official, wc have almost nothing to
ehow of material progress. And now comes the
treaty, with its seven yearn of opportunity for
growth and prosperity. What ia the prospect?
Shall these golden years be wisely improved, or j readings. On Saturday a resolution was adopted ! fauHs. with all our .ordly knowledge, and that an
shall we continue to dawdlo and drift? ?Just j requesting tho King to appoint a commission of j crror committed in our tioughts, is a crime com
think -tirthia : One half the sum which it is five members, to consider and report at the Tared to the act conmittei by the child without
va-j -iir,ri rro m;i;rrw wrMiM i sssinn nf 1878 on the subiect of lloonlu reflection. We forgd also that ence we were chil-
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Jiaild a good cart-road over the pah, whereby
the value of the rich landsof Koolau and Waialua
.i i i -fi.-
wouiaueTanujnmi.uwu.j ni juuicwu. wu-
ditnre.ibrjwoorthreeyrtirs,of the means that
might easily be made available, would open up a
surprising mine oi weann in inc enape oi irrigu-
tion works, roads, and landings on Maui, Hawaii
and Kauai, whereby the actual wealth of the
country might be doubled or trebled in ft com
paratively short period of time. But whcxc-Js
the promise of anything of the sort? The Mini
istry have not exhibited tho slightest inkling of
n policy for the de velopment of the resources ofj
the country, but on the contrary it is to ba
feared they will themselves develop into obstruc
tionists. 7hcn a bill was introduced last week
by the lion. Mr. Gay, intended as an initial fltep
in the direction of progress the Ministers gave
Li t a merely passive rcceptoj. It is in fact too
much to -Jop0.-hat with the men who now Bit
(and merely sit) at the head of affairs, anything
like the deBired results will be obtained by means
of tliis bill, if it should become a law. It is or-
itarcd for ft th!' . inx nn Tnparlay npvr, nnd
we print it elsewhere in to day's paper for gen
eral information. We suggest that a desirable
amendment would be a provision for the prompt
publication of the reports of the proposed com
mission. EUROPEAN POLITICS, j
According to the latest news received per Zea-j
tandia, are of the gravest import. ngland
great statesman, the marvellous 44 adventurer ' ;
Disraeli who is more English than any olKer
English statesman, -is the material expression of
the masterful and aggressive spirit of colonial;
aggrandizement and maritime dominion, which
originated with Walter Raleigh and other heroes
of the Tudor era has with marked prescience
and vigor adopted an initiatory policy, to deter
mine Britain's paramount claims to diplomatic
pre-eminence in Constantinople, to tho protector
ate of the Levant, and to the unchallenged sway
of the empire of India.
How masterly and far-sighted was the first
move in tho purchase of the great Isthmian high
way, and the prompt placing of ironclads to
guard the gates to the Mediterranean and the
Red Sea. Then how quietly yet how potently
the master-mind moved in the harmonizing of
Mahometan States, even in the pacification of lit
tle Achin in Sumatra, a Koranic child of Con
stantinople, until the movement culminated in the
masterstroke ol placing an overwhelming force
of iron-clads in Beselca Bay, which guaranteed
support to tho Turk, who deposed and slew the
Russianized Abdul Asiz, placed the Anglophilo
Murad on tho throne of the Caliphs, and glori
fied the British ambassador with a Mahometan
Now all this was going on, whilst the three
Imperial Powers of Europe were engaged in a
diplomatic 44 reform," or a quash of the inde
pendence of Turkey, without paying the slightest
heed to the views or wishes of . Britain, the
Ottoman's most interested ally ;' therefore the
grand manner in which the British Premier
has trotted out the British Lion and aroused
with his roar the echoes around the Golden
Horn, must have been a rude awakener to the
over-confident Northern Bear. The latter, after
having raised his eunken fleet .out of the
waters of Sebastopol, after being able to eet
aside, through the events of the German-French
war, and the timid policy of a British Ministry,
the restrictions imposed upon him in', the Black
Sea by the Treaty ot Paris ; was led to think
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that owing to commerce, luxury, and their
enervating influences, the claws of the old lion
were forever trimmed, and hereafter, ho would
be content to feed on whatever humble-pie
the diplomacy of Continental Europe might
sorvB up to him. Hut hy the latter movement
in the Dardanelles, by h:8 intervention in Egypt
with his Mohametan Sikhs, and by I113 vast
accumulation or the material of war, and bia
attitude for war, tho kingly beaet of the
Plantagcneta comes to the front in European
politics, and makes tho civilized trdrld anxiously
await the issue ot his gnge of battle ; which
we euppose from bur news, has been-thrown
i1 down by him and taken up by Russia and
her alliea. " - .
Now here comes aVthe point of doubt in re
j upect to the allies of the principal combatants.
.So family alliances have any weight now 111
modern .States, when political issues. are. mo
mentous ; therefore it is possible that Queen
Victoria's son-in-law in Germany, "and her
daughter-in-law In Russia may be politically
arrayed against her ; and the Irish McMahon
with a Fenian sword in hi hand may be helping
to fight her battles. Cut all this U tpcuhtinn ;
nxl whilst drawin" tl.c Kiri.-j-;ti Iitioal hcrt-
cdj.c at tlii1! day, wc rcvnli t niitnl words of a
writer f thece isles, uttered in the .uhvu
IIna,t ot April 14, 1S74, which hare a ip;mS-
cant application at this time
the then actjun ol th three iinf'erial powers of
Kuro-e, aiming at tl.c jartition of lurkey, he
goes on to say : Uut Eogland is left out of
our Pccu'at'0D ac lt is just England that may
spoil tins j -unheal programme, one wuo a
strong, netute and ardent mind, like that of
Disraeli guiding ber State, will shape her own
destiny in a masterly manner, and also shape
that of others. She has yet the tomach for
great things : and we hope she may be put to
heroic tests, and come oat Tictor ; because
freed m will be safe in ber hand?.'
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Earopcan a ffurs la aH that we can indalse in.
j bnt we ouht to be nh to do something more.
We ought to hate a channel and harbor bo deep-
fncIiitie thnt tb mightiest tnn-f-war
eiriS tfic "belter of our neutrality, could be
accommcnlatcd. Poor little Hawaii will of course
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proclaim her neutralitv, however inaignmcant her
. o t . .n miff a r.tukA 9 in t7iwr t rw ifirt nf ftrm rii
! the mighty European lilligercnts ; but it occurs
t us to make a suggestion in thi3 connection to
; Hii Majesty's government and to our Hawaiian
legislators: that our neutrality will command rc- i
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sp-ect only so far ns we endeavor to deport our-
selves in a manner becoming our means and our
pituation; and that for m to make n parade ol
unmeaning uniforms that represent no force,
and of a handful of troops that is only a
boyish play at soldiery, would detract from
the respect that should be due to our indepen- j
dent nnd neutral position; whilst on the other I
hand, should wc stop all military " waste, j
and employ the means intended for foolish can and Tii11 d, more ham hen does not under
tinsel and uselers weapons in the construe- 9tand hIs duties is 101 fal3J Ppared to take
tion of a dock for the accommodation of the ! them a. they come to him A teacher must knead
a . n ... n . t ! the minds of the young and all of these are
fleets of the Pacific, then we might hope to i .,,.. ,, . . " . -
,. , ' ' capable of being molded a shape most approcch-
have our neutrality rejected. ; ;ng hat ef their Makcr gome may mof op
i less tough, but the teache must find out and touch
The past week has been characterized by an
unusual disposition on the part of members to
attend to business, nnd as a consequence, n good
many bills some wise and the majority unwifo
have been expedited through their several
, . '
Lahui increase of the people
'. Quite a number of bills were considered on
: w i ,i . 1 r - nn.t tU
. ..,uy u,u mui ui..a rW8l, u.iv
Act to regulate the currency (as printed m our
j last) was finally passed.
. un xucauuy uuibo uiulu jrurc&a nusiuuuc.
jn u unii'iiu tuu iiquur iiluiimi; i,iv viioit i
sale and jobbing) was passed to a third reading,
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after some spicy remarks by the member for
"Lahaina (Mr. Preston) who regarded the bill
as a job in the interest of certain parties.
j The Hon. Mr. Kaluukoa opened the ball on
j Wednesday with a resolution condemnatory of
the action of the Board of Health in recently
Bending off a number of lepers to Molokai, 44 in
contempt nnd defiance of the authority of the
House," and requesting His Majesty to deprive
the members of the Board of their commissions.
Tho Hon. gentleman supported his resolution
with an ear-pplitting speech, in which he roundly
abused the doctors. The Hon. Mr. Birch move?!,
to amend, that the present members of the
Board be discharged, and that Dr. Kahui, (a
noted kahuna) and two others be appointed.
Members were beginning to get interested in the
subject, when the Attorney General obtained the
floor nnd succeeded in convincing them of the
folly and danger of the proposed action, and a
t motion to proceed to the order of the day put an
end to-the unprofitable talk
The inter-island steamboat bill was passed on
its final reading, after striking out the provision
' that the contract shall be subject to the approval
of the King in Privy Council, the Hon. Mr.
Aholo, who made the motion, declaring that that
provision looked like a want of confidence in the
Minister of the Interior.
Thursday was the day set for the third reading
Gflhfe' Appropriation Bill, but it was not
reached. The Ministry would undoubtedly very
much like to eeo the supplies finally agreed to,
and then they could afford to alter their tone,
and speedily bring the wearisome session to a
close; but members it appears are quite up to
the situation, and beforo they allow the Appro
priation Bill to finally leave their hands, will
inquire ns to the fate of a number of other
measures that have been passed, but have not
yet received the Royal assent. The Hon. Mr.
Cleghorn's bill imposing certain specific duties
was reported as amended in committee, (com
bining some of the features of the Ministerial
bill) and consideration deferred until Mr. C.
appears in bis peat, Le being detained from the
Honse by a slight indisposition.
On Thnrsday, the ridiculous bill' providing
."bronze medals for the parents of ns many as four
'children, (reported a month ago by the Minister
s of Foreign Relations) was up on its third read
ing, and after affording occasion for a good deal
of laughter was indefinitely postponed. A
resolution by the Hon. Mr. Kalaukoa (Honolulu)
instructing the Minister of Foreign Relations
to proclaim Hawaii'e neutrality in the impending
European war, was dropped on a call for the
order of the day. .
! Yesterday the committee on enrolled bills
reported that His Majesty had given his assent to
some eleven acte, mostly amendments of an
unimportant nature to the Civil and Penal Code,
among others, nn act to authorize the licensing j
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oi Danks. i.ne iion. .ur. rircn onerca a resoiu-
tion inquiring whether the government had
disposed of its water righte in the district of
Makawao to private parties. After some remarks 1
by the Attorney General, the subject was j
referred to a special committee for examination
and report. I wo bills to increase the number ;
of representatives, were indefinitely postponed ;
one providing that sales of government lands
shall be by auction was passed to !e engrossed ;
and the bill to indemnify the Minister of Finance
j for the expenditure of some 3,000, pnsed a
I finrsl rending.
Some Remarks about Schools and Dis- :
, "The child is father ol. the tiaa.' '
If there is any expression we do detest, it is the word '
" schoolmaster." This term brings to onr mind that '
period of history, the twilight of the morning of
cur civilbation when a stout-hearted, hard-handed
man was required to break the clods that formed
the virgin soil of homsn intellect; for generation
after generation had passed hy, and all traces cf a i
former civilisation had disappeared fiom among the j
people, before the wat.t of Intellectual life showed j
itself again. In those times, when a schoolmaster
might he called from h'a work to dig a grave, to I
ring the hells of the church nay when it was his ;
duty to he general scavenger and especially to keep ;
the house clean of his employer, the parish priest, j
and when, for all this work he was allowed to leg !
on Saturdays a miserable pittance at the doors of
thf parif Dinners; he, the commr.D drudge, might he '
f.-rgivm when, io a biting surcasm tbej five h'm
the came tf scb.X'lmsster an J he sbc-we--! Liraaeif
a tier in the scLkI.
Then tbre wji so tee excuio when the school
master, tu llree t great rbjsical detckptLrttt to
remain witljin itsfrcper bcuciis, toot to the cane as
the test felt an. censequeat! taoit appreciate 1
argument. Fork iru a time when sc:ety JM not
know equality o men before the law, wLen the
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iuwit 9.9 vicsac-a iiu ooiuin cut tneir !
existence an 1 bey had not always reason to le I
thankful fcr thl There was no law but that cf the
itrcngeit The ichoolmajter knew that by experi
ence, hla was so ften the side of the weaker. And
we say we eanfergire a schoolmaster who in that
time whipped xy even without apparent reason,
soared u wis j! mind by the indignities and
insults heaped upon him. Bat those times are
partially gone. In America from the moment the
first Paritan setters entered New England and had
bnilt a bouse to worship their God as they under
.stood It the seend house built was a school. That
school developed itself and became what it i, a light
r.d lenefit to the country, with a reputation
throughout the w-rll : Harvard CoUeee."
The French Rivoluticn in the latter part of the
last century Crstmade the wants cf mental develop
ment known to tie reople in Europe. And in more
than one countiy the art of Education made con
siderable progres. In the school houses the laws of
hygiene were oberved; schoolmasters took the out
line of a teacher yet tiere is one very dark side to
fhc lctme tLe c,,, .Aoolmaster was not always
obliterated, even a theoutside teacher.
A teacher must hav influence over his pupils;
they mnst lock up to him as to a respected elder
brother; the feeling he inspires them with, must be
one of friendship, as thl term is understood by the
child. If a teacher eve wants a cane, if he has
not that moral power vhich enables him to secure
that influence let him rive up teaching, for there
" no mfin. not even a pracher of the Gospel, who
the right chtrd, and they rill become fit for society.
Men as we are, and p3u 1 as we feel when we
compare our cultivated htellect with that of the i
child we are not fit to be teachers. If in our
faulty superiority we sc4d and punish a child,
without first inquiring inti the causes of what was
i perhaps an error, we forjet thnt we also commit
dren, and the man vio can not forget his age and
go back in his mind tnthe time when he was a child;
I who can not imagine vhat he would feel were he to
ukp the place of thf little one before him, let him
pot ,rj tQ become eache. ,je .. work9 hisj own
: judfrment.' Tit M R
; To be continued)
NOTICE 70 CREDITORS.
1 Mi PERSOXSE A V1XG CLAIMS AQAIT;
the estate of Jametlobinson, late of Honolulu, deceased,; j
whether secured by mcrgige or otherwise, are. requested to,
I send tneir claims, proper.; authenticated, addressed to the ex-
ecutors, at the office of ifcn 4: Robinson, Queen Btreet, Ho-
nolulu, within six months 'ora the first publication hereof, or
! the.r will b for-ver harto
I CCfflS P. WARD, j
3. C ALLEN, S. Exeeulois.
j MAK P. ROBIXSO.V. j
' ba-fd this 12th day of fpt. 1870. sep!6 4t
JBEG TO INE0RM THE PUBLIC
rVtl AT OX MtlDAV, OCTOBER 2ul,
Bl irom five to six t. m., I shall commence a DAILY
CqntSE OF OERMAS CHIEFLY FOR GIRLS. The same
inethjwl will be followed in the French.
iAKa that MONDAY,1 ISth Inst.. I PI1ALL OPEN AN
KVEfilNG CLASS, (fron 7 to 9,) in Arithmetic, c. For
1-artulais, apply to (seplC) TH. M. RE1CUE.
PU1E MILK !
FARTIEJ IX WAST OP A VERY
g-ntle cow f family use can be furnished on
liberal terrs w
J. 11. WOOD.
a vl A X TO JKAKEBUTTER ASITrJUOULD
' be made, is wintel t take charge of a herd of Milch
Col;' upon liberal tern'. Aiply to
s.-, Id tf- J. II WOOD, 143 Nuuauu Avenue.
ILL'S' RESTAUAANU BILLIARD SALOON
rjMIE rXDElSIGIED HAS OPENED AN
1 Establishment .s abov,
At No. 8 Nuutnu St., Opposite Merchant;
whVe at all hours of the da' red evening can be found Tea
and' Coffee, and all the mtrlala for a light or a substantial
lanjti. Including a pile of hap, Beef and Cabhage, or Ham
Iys' Celebrated Ctntenral Drink and Mead, always on
liarul. A Riliiard Table on le premises..
slpldCm JA3. n. ILEg.
j TWO UPEFUOR
lfcftOR SALE AT
F A.SCIIAEFER V C .V
Special Purihasing Agent!
j THOS. J. THRUM
EX1E TIXOTOflSITSAX FRANCISCO
11 Y TnB 0CTOIKR STEAMER FOR THF.
Selection of Goods or the Holiday Season,
Tenders His Serices to the Public
I In the Above Crpaci! for the Attention of any
1 O.-dersiiUis Line.
M'KUtl. ftRR MILL GIVEN .4Y ORDERS
Library, office, or individual requirements
WE HAVE REGEIVED
Ex Zealaidis, a Choice Lot of
NEW ZEALAND SEED OATS
AND PCTATOES !
i a-it rf lirf'T FlTITV AT YrW I'ADV
j : j Ai Ll 1 till 11 1 UI M WWW
DirrrC froatihe Manufactory,
DELICIOLS OX TONGUES ;
tifvp Tougur-3 Ioa.t Bonf A Mutton,
3tps, Holch-rotch, Etc., Ktc.
ALSO. EX STEALER FROM CALIFORNIA,
"We Have on Hand
Onions, Polatoo, Corn, , ;
Wheat. Pitel Plum.
Uri-'d nesrs, Limbin g Cheese,
California Cream Choose,
Coined Be-f. in tint; - -Cooked
Reef TiDgue?. isilins; "
l.ernorj an4 Mango Pickles.
I'rfsh ireserved Ginger.
Cut Quat and Chow Chow,
fresh Prunes, Etc., Etc.
F Tt J K 1 & A r T E .
AS. t I.K.OUOR V tC.. RKM'F.CTni i
LV i'iJorru i.re LAt'Itj tv.f fobiC i-rrai!jr, tiat
ttT h ii-nt le tnparTEtt - thftr r-tt Pirm tHrt in j
t!.ehaaJl Ml;..ycN l.ttANT. nhr.-l tit ft.irft trcio j
rp:nNr r 1 1 ! Is. lTt j 16 it J
Valuable House and Lot For Sale ! i
TIIK I'ltKMISES KflVX AS TIIK
M AIM: lltrl'.l.. iu:t kirr t;rret. alj-nn n
th r rerui rf !r. Thctaa Throra, l ( ffrrcd ff
A Lne or ponur.tr t- r rapiSalif.t to ictret
Tenaf rea n'i-. ctfJr'
r f.artiraiat. arptj to
k. b. fkiku
TI1EREAS XOTICE II AJ BKEN filVKV f
by the Ee-Qtcrpf th- ltii f F 11. EOVl that ;
they will seD at pubiie aactt?n rn the ? h, ir.tt.. all of itf n j
mainicf rattle betonslnK to ai.l Kta:. on the lnn.lt l Mu- j
Bawili aol adjoining laaJ at Kola i. 0ha; th-rff'-r" all ;
penosa are bre!y ttrcul that 1 dr.y the right rS (aid 's-J
ecntort to saM ca!tl. and h'J f-r-r! any pervvt s a tre
patter who clr Itnd cf Mian.i. and adjoining landa
f-r the purpose of .n:rf-rir with arh cattle. thy c-w beirf '
ia my poesion. I
Icfoncatioa, at to partim!sr, w;!l b gTTeri to any i
Charlen H. J Ud MARIA A. POTD, " '
By l.er !lrmT in fact. !
cdari.F! ii. Ji nn. ;
Honolulu. 11. I.. Sept. ISJi. liTtl. erlO j
TIIK DWELLING IIOI SK I.ATF.I.V
ocennied bn the mhsrriber. itaatet on LefTtr.s S(
$v!it: TH. hnrM i in firvt n if rr . i r i flu .1 -II
V" c r.v-rr,rri rf a firit c;ai fcoui. Inquire c-f
.118 - P. t. UOLLX3 k CO.
BV . VOtVG M AX. EMPLOVMKXT AS
CIrk, Slmanr Co'.Icct'-r re Bck-kef pinp. Addre
Bs t I 9, r : Kee. aa2ii lm
, TP- "24, cloth, 8; pnt free ; rr in half
rnoTvcoo, 10. 6-1.
HOMEOPATHIC DOMESTIC PHYSICIAN,
nV PB3. ITLTE AND EPP?.
Revised. iili important addaiocs, aad manv new remedies, by
WASHINGTON KrrS, L. R, C. P.. M. E. C.
A:.tiant Phyician to ihs London Uotaoeopathle !Irrita!.
Table or CoXTEXi-g :
EXERAI. DISEASES CAStAL Dis
eases Cutaneous Uiaeases Ferers Aflectioos of the
Mind the Head the Eyes the Kara the Nose the race.
l ips and Jaws the Teeth, Gums and Mouth tl.e Windpipe
and Chest the Stomach and Bo wall the L'nnary and Genital
Organs Pi ases of Women Treatment of Children Anat
omy and Physiology Uygiene and II ydTopatty Materia
Medica Domestic Soraery Medical and Mantical Appliances
Dislocations ai.d Luxations Fractures fliotsary Index.
A Chest of Medicines (boo enclosed) 3 10s. or 5 5s.; or
with glass stoppers to ail the Tlnctnres, 4 4s. or it f .
JAMES KPP3 k CO., HOMEOPATHIC CHEMIST,
sepltl 4t 4s Tfareadneedle ht, and 170 Piccadilly, Londan.
STV A TIIOROt CII KNOWLEDGE OK
bL the oaturnl laws which trosern the operations of di
gestion and nutrition, and by a careiul appllratica of the fine
properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided onr
breakfast tai.les with a delicately flavoured beveraga which
may oave us many heary doctors' bills. It Is by the judicious
use of soch articles of diet that a constitution may be grada
ally built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to
disease. Hundreds of subtle maldlcs are loatintr around ns
ready to attack wherever there is a weak r'nt. We may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified
with pure blood and a properly nourished frame. Bee arti
cle In the Civii Sm ier. Uazrltt.
Made simply with boiling water cr r.,ilt. Sold only in pack
ets, (tins for abroad ) labeled : '
JAMPS tPP? ft CO.,I10Mrr.OPATniC CnEMISTP,
4S Threadneedle Street, and 170 Piccadilly. Works, Sutton
Road and Camden Town, London. aeplO 11m
' CHERRY PRINCE' STOCK I
I KUIIALA RANCH, HAWAII.
k - - A . m f mm I BL , Mils t O
ww wssswa. swwswm uvsbb
Celebrated Durham Stock For Sale
t b SI Ike 3 I til of Drmuber. nlier ss hirli
lnte they will not be Ollrrrd.
se9 3m . T11EO. II. DAVIE, Agent.
THE VERTICAL 1DIL1
Something Entirely New !
TO BROIL STEAKS, I HUTS, f HOPS,
Iish, or Fowl 2
Neither Turning or Attention
A STEAK REQUIRES FROM EIGHT TO
Twelve Minatea, according to tasie of tl.e familv frrrare
or well done food. The Fditor of this paper mv :
"Ye sre neli'hfed with the Vfitiral Broiler !
NO TAMILY MIOFLD UK WITHOUT OX K."
TO Tin HAD AT
lu, DILLINGHAM & Co.'s
THE UNDERSIGNED IIAVI.Vf: BEEN'
appointed AC EXT for the Hsle of tho
Of CALIFORNIA, Us I- avo to iictliy nil whi w.iy wish to j
improve their Stock, or add. new Lloo.1 to the mi tt-.ist Le '
is prepared to CU rrdr? r,n th" nbnv. nn l
GUARANTEES SATISFACTION !
Thr- absve Flot-li ln ixLrtt llic Fii-ai
Prrrtilnm nt lite lnl Sinlr Cnli-s
J. L. RICHARDSON.
k turner r.ANfii, oAiif.
f5r.tem!,CT Sth. lTO.
FOR SAl.i: !
SEVERAL LOTS AND HOUSES
IS OOOP .aiTCATIOX.-.
V I U I BE SOLD RE .i S O X A B L E.
TFRMS T.IRFRAL. Ar-j-ly to
2 41 jtiHS Ton?. WATiP.nor?r:.
JO ... . ri
Coruor of Fort Aiact IMorclinut Htt ootw, IIonoHilu
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
mms am) ih:diIim:s. miimiwal mm
Also, a very Complete Line of Druggist's Sundries and Fancy Goods !
I'-iul -rsi-'rit n-aily fvrvil.H.f f.ml in a lnirT'i' Mxl, l'4 cwiiot'j t it I snd.
Perfumery, Soaps, Combs, Brushes. Toilet and Sachet Powders,
Sponges and TOILET ARTICLES, in general.
Complete ritit oi Colfjnto V Co,'m Hotip:
PIIVeiCIAX:. PLANTATION A M Mill' OKDICKS ssill Urrrlse rrUI Allesillsi.
Star Mill Medicated Paper.
rniic.t.v.s rmiscniPTio.xs r.wKii i.i.v n::r.i:t:u, ;..y or
XT NIOIIT BI LL. St
DURING MY ABSENCE I ROM THIS I
K.nVB my on, Jas W Robrtaort, bol ls a poer tf !
attorney to transact a.'l l asiness on tny accooot.
ai20 4t S. r. ftor.KKTyoa.
THE FINK COMMOUIOI S DWKLU
IXO house ia Emma rVjoatr. suiiaMe f. r a Lumty
residence. For furtliev particulira apt-ly 1
sep9 tf F. f. LLXEIIAX 4 CO., goeen Pt.
IS HEREBY GIVEN TII AT THE ANNUAL
alecUng cf the flock Holders of tb Wadnka Rof sr C ,
II be held at the office of C. Trewer 4; Co.. In llonotalo. at
lOoVtork a. m. Tuesday, Oct. ft, 1S78. F. C JOXM.Je .
ero 4t aecrelarv.
IS II ERR II s' GIVEN THAT TIIK ANNUAL
Meeting of the Stock Holders of the iVinoeville Plantailnn
Co- will be held at the office of C. Brewer Co., in Honolulu,
at 10 o'clock a. m. Wednesday, Oct. 4. 17.
seP9 4t r. C. JOXF-a, J a ., Hec'y;
THE COMMODIOUS DWELLING
IIooe on Kakoi Street, at present occupied by Mr. J.
C. Olade. rossessioo given front the 1I of Aognst,
179. Tor further particulars apply to
jal7 tf F. T. LK.NKIIAN 4t CO., Que. o rt.
A BUSINESS MAX. WITH A SMALL)
r.ipilal to cng-tse in a new enterprise uh'.rh r'ai.es j
large returns cn a "mail ana sate invesirneni. anares
n ....... . ..... ...
C. A. M. Honolulu I'ost Orti -e.
IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT JACOB MAU- j
KI.P. holds a power cf attorney from me, and he is au
thored to transact all business for ami on my itocount.
Bu20St tlKO. K. KAAL'WAI. '
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PERSONS ARK HEREBY PORBID
1EN to trespass on the land railed V A1MAX AI.0, 1.1
the Ahupuaa of lloooulioli, District of Ewa, llahu, by lettin;
rattle ran on the same, or by cotting, or taking wood, or kill
Ina wlhl cattle, or huntine on said Isnd.
The boundaries of said land are described as follows: "Om
Aina Hoolimalima mua la John sleek. O le Kala o LIU I K,
a me ke Kala o HOXOULIl'LI, ma ka aoao matika, a me na
aoao makal o NAN AKl'LI, rna kali I aoao a na Koollina. ma
Honolulu, March 11, 187S. (nihil tf) J. II. COXEY.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c, j
On the Island of Maui.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CATTLE.
llOKSK.-, tic, grazing on the Wailukn or Waikapu
Common, are rrtaetcd to remove the same, if not commuted
for on or before the 1st day of Jane, 1S76. After said dale all
Cat 1I1', Ac , found tresMUnln; will Im Impounded according to
law. All persons wishing to run cattle, Ac, on said commons,
can do so by applying to
iinxrtY COKNWF.LL It CO..
N. II. So driving IIor ;es, Cattle, &c, or branding allowed
on snld commons without the permission of the said Cornwell
lb Co., or their authorized agent.
Wailuku. May 22, 1979. my21 If
THE ItlDOK IIOUSK!
KEALAKEKUA HA V II A WAI.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world over for their unrivaled salubrity of
climate. Certain localities in the group are esec.
tally favored in this way. The District of Kona. on
the leeward si le of Hawaii, bus long been famed as a place ol
resort for Invalids with bronchltal, or lung diseases. With ils
pure and mild atmosphere, with .its absolute freedom from
storms or high winds, with Its porous soil which, with all its
rich vegetation, retains no dampness and yields no malaria, and
with an unvarying temperature Hint of the Americnn or
Soul hern Kuropean June ALL TIIR YEAR KOl'ND, the
climate of Kona is one of the healthiest and most luxurious nn
The undersigned, at his house at Kaawaloa.a house unr.
filiated In the district for slz", clcaulioeps.commodiousness,
and thoroughness of furnishing, is prepared to give boarders
excellent rooms oa all obtainable comforts in the wav of diet,
TIIEUK ARK HtKfll WATKU IJATIlrf
on the premises, and One sea bathing wiihin a short diatanre.
The steamer Kilauea and the schooners I'ilama and Prince, run
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawaloa landing.
The undersigned employs no agents nor runnns. His h'.iine
speaks for itself anon inspection. A. A. Toll.
Kaawaloa, Kealakekua liay, Kona. Nov. IS, 1H7.1. dlt
f 1111 E N EXT TERM OF OA II U COLLI'.GE
A will commence WEDNESDAY, Kept. 6th.
Mr. Palmer, of Massachusetts, Miss Daroe and Miss M.in
ton, of California, all of whom coma to us highly recommend
ed, will fill the ptacea made vacant by the teachers who )-t
at the close of th last school year.
Persons desiring to enter the school will be examined rn
Monday or Tuesday, Sept. 4th and bth, at 0 A. M.
They will be examined in Mental Arithmetic, Written
Arithmetic through Division, Oeocr.hy tliroujh th rnif'l
States, Reading, Writing and Spelling.
Letters r.f Inquiry may be addressed to AM ASA PRATT.
BU26 4t President of Oshu College.
6-g FORT STREET, HAVING It'lBltD
M. he scrvu'es of a
First-CIass Photographer !
And pTvr.ally firrlni at leading house, in th Tnifd Plates
A LARGE STOCK OP
NEW AND IMPROVED INSTRUMENTS I
flivei toiicc thru bo i now prrpared f:iriu.li anything in
his line, and
ALWAYS ON HAND:
A FULL STOCK OF ISLAND CURIOSITIES.
3T1 313 INT S !
8hells & Corals in great variety,
AND A LOT Of
CHOICE MANILA CIGARS !
.A. 2L. 33 !
SEVERAL VEIIV DESIRABLE AND
f" CITABLE FOR FAMILY RESIIjEXCE.-.
Convenient COTTAGE In good repair. &c.
TO LET OR LEASE!
The Large Premises No. 22 Alakea St.,
F'r a number cf rari, rn raonahle terms to a oo. tr.snt
For furlher psrtn,lir er.qulr i4
Ii9 rin . - .JAUEA s. i.Evmx.
TE3E0. 3. OAVIES
FOR SALE Ti CARGO
.Vuic Uing Diuhargt J from th
Fine British Barque Cleta,
ttn Dstya rraBM Llersl,
riHE CAHC.fl f OXMT OP FULL
1 AsnnTMr.xT or
F A O Y fi O O I) S !
.v L.mai: r.miKTv.
Fine nn. I X'W Print,
1'iobroidered Mii'lins, White Coilon, Iii,i,
a-MI-s, Wool rhlrts, I'rliited rhlrts,
Neck T.es, Pilk fsaiHtla.,
Pilot Jackets aixl 't rousers,
ItlnitLri. Tsrrrsla, Dt III. MmUnrry, Hrsis
Gosnell's'Fino Perftimos !
VELVET Rt OS AND CARPETS,
WATEItPRtMif C'lITIIINO, m
RANSOME & SIMS'
Mlr Eaatrrsislr fir Iks- lMt TrnJr.
Rn Ale, lllood, Wife 4 (!o.'s Ale,
Edmund's Pig Urand I'oiter. '
HOUCIIE'S NA 1'OLU.ON
Fine rtrari.lv. Whisky,
e'li'-rry an.1 olhrr Wlnrs, Alcohol.
T ams cfe tTollloa !
Cs.mr 4il, Lea Perrln's auce,
I'aints and Oil,
Hoop Iron, Fence Wire !
Corrugated lliofinr, liar Iron,
(3alvniiir.cd and I M low ware.
Tin Ware, Knives and forss,
CHILDREN'S IRON BEDSTEADS !
LONDON PIANO FORTES !
I-Iawaiian TPlngH I
Pipes, Flower Prt, Earthen ware, Ulasawar
Ixnlher llr-ltirg, OIH.rated Pilicsts Palrd,
. Vegetable Machinery Oil !
Powell DufiVyn steam Coal !
TIIEO. II. DAVIM
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
flMIE UNDERSIGNED II AN JUflT RK.
M. CKIVKD Iron the and Pan Frsaeio, hi addition
to LI nsnal large assortment of Carriage Material the following
frosn 1 Jirh to 81 Inches.
OAK AND HICKORY RIMS,
Loin 1 Inrh to 21 Inches. ' ,
FINE ASSORTMENT HUBS, ALL 8IZE5.
Felloes fr 0Carts, Assorted tiv, Oak anil At.
Mkkory Wsgon and Dug;? rHiafts, fmi.hed and rough
roles, Wagon and Carriage, fluislied and roogti,
Whlffletrees, Douhletrees, Crossbars, Yokes, feat Pail",
ent aplndles, Wsgon and Baggy Hows,
Consisting of Ptoel snJ Iron Aklea, "pting My Lrares, fool
Rails, etep pads, Rod Loop., WhlffWree Couplings and Fer
ula. Stake I rns, Cockeyes, Hub ftsads, Hlo, s!l?er4 and
oroide, screw capped'-Central Psrk Pstfrn, Pole Cril, Pl
Treads, Cody Fteps, Wear Irons,
FINE Asst. of OVAL MOULDINGS
in Brsss and Gold, from I t. lu Ii. r. . .,
Croiw Htrnp 3rtiiitli)(c cbiisi.iing of
Diamond Centres, Buckles, Strap Holder Loops gold k oroide
A FEW rTPERIOR EXOI.tr II 4 AMERICAN font
BASKET PHAETON BODIES!
TV One and Two-seated, whir b 'will e put up it the t.e.1
poMUde inittiner to ntd"r, at short noticei ,
CARRIAGES ALWAYS ON HAND
Or manufuctured with di.pulrh Tir't Cls Woikwienetn
i.toyed in all lrIKhea, ' '
A rontioiui.'e of the pul lw fHUronags isrcpeclfully S'dirittwl.
Al.tt.A 'D ORDEKS PBOMPTt. X A TTT.NtittJ TO.
wAi X04. TI, 1H and t Ring fA. Honolulu, fl. I.
CHAMP AGIVTE I
I 1ST RECEIVED PER KA MO. AN'
INVOICE OF -
Ruinart, Pere&Fils Carte Blanche
IN QtrARTH AND PINT.- ,
Trr tsle at Ar uls' rkb-s, hy
11. HACKFEI.D s Co,
Cole A "-iils f. Mr'iri, Rnlnart Pere A Lis. - '.
nnor wtR rnnjr rn!nd mori at eas.