Newspaper Page Text
.-f r : : , . . . r-- . , : '-
i AH , . .......... i
r 1 i
. i .-r-
f . i rr. : :
I WMHMMBHMHB "
Mr AN ACT
a Tar i m
keug Specific Appropriations tor the use or the Govern-
cent during the two years which will end with the 31st
Day of March, in the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred
it Enacted l?j the King and the Legislative Assembly of the
Uaicaiian Islands in the Legislature of the Kingdom as
Section 1. The following Rnms. amonntiuc to Two Million
ye Hundred and Ninety-rfix Thousand and Six Dollars and
venty-Five Cents, are hereby appropriated out of any
Drey in the Treasury for the service of the Biennial Fiscal
jriou, commencing with April 1st, 1880, and ending with
arch 31st, 1882.
JSrthfSSj of fere tobS 'iSTrae te of $forS
MediSBuperintendent IrUlement, for services ren-
dered - "s'oOO 00
Resident Physicians. """V'C "0000 00
General Expenses Board of Health Z"- 40 000 00
i ;. .wi f rtnamntine Builainirs W
1 It IIAI I auu . v ... j OfVl
stnr Tfous at Kahului ,r'XXX
Insane Asylum, including repairs o'i nnn
.-vm u iuvtrn iiuaj.iwi.-.. 40 000 00
Government Survey o'nnn nn
f!,.r.,.on Printing ?VV "V
Printing and binding index of Kuleanas of theKintlom.....
OHlifyintr. printing and binding the laws-of the Kingdom
in English and Hawaiian -
SupiMirt of Prisoners
Honolulu r ire iiejianmeni
Is Majtv Privy lune and Royal State.
pr Majesty the Queen
er Royal Hiprhiie the Heir Ireumptive -
er I toy a I IIiuIinH the Princes Likelike, provided she re
signs the otliee of Governess of Hawaii
U Majesty's ChamWrlain and Secretary
Lh Majesty' IIoumIioM K-xi'iies -
xp-n.- f HiMajesty'M ()ronation
er Majesty iu-ii Knima
i ExeelN nry P. Kanoa
lenry S. Swinton
I.EGISITUUE AND PRIVY CX)lNCIL.
Ixi-n.M-s of I'gNIature, IKS) -
fn-tary Irivy Council
ncMenta!.- Privy C'otjnciI
J miCI ARY DEPARTM ENT.
'a!ar- .f 1ief Justice ami Chancellor
Intenreting and translating............ . '
ExiH-nscsof Rureau of Water ork.... 4,000 00
lM.:IIMI)t iltlll UdlllllOIl IU Ulfl
kmmmi Ni;ReiKiirand running exijenses of tug Pele
Io.ikmi ooj Anchors, buoys and landings ..-
landing at Kawela, Ilamakua, Hawaii
sAunt m:I)nd!rinir Honolulu Harlor
. .-.,ik 00;Rcp:iir of wharves, Honolulu VV"T:V
lmn ( Repairs and running exjenes of the several lighthouses...
o,MM) ofijNew lighthouse west of Molokai -
Inv lighthouse 15arer' piint
spkl.oiio oo Repair of, and new Government Building
on iU ana iurniMiinir new i uiai-e
f Viifiitl-t i
si;ooii tm'pcdesial and incidental for Kamehameha Statue and rail
"" ' -Moo oo' ing round the same -
-jmi ooi EiM'ouragement of Immigration
o utting i town ani inaKiug roai over uuauu x an
IMarine niilwav for Honolulu 100,000
no i Artesian well loring
'' ilmprovement of Kapiolani Park... o,000
14 M I NI
Salary .f First Associate J";;"
I ! alarv- of Seeoml Aswfxiate '
alary of Clerk Supreme Court -
Salary of Assistant Clerk and Librarian -
Salary of Intepreter Supreme and Police Court
Salary of Circuit Judge, 2nd Judicial Circuit
rmveliinr Expenses of ilo - -
alarj' of Circuit Judges, 3rd Judicial Circuit -
Salary f Ciretiit Judge of Kauai
atary of loIi-e Justice of Honolulu
Salary f Piljc; Justice of Hilo. -
Salary of I'olice Justice of Iahaina -
salary of Police Justice of Waihiku
-alarv of District Judge, North Hilo
-salary of District Judge, Puna, Hawaii.. -
Salarv of District Judge, Kau, Hawaii
alarv of Di-trict Judije, North Kona, Hawaii-
Salarj- of District Judge, South Kona, Hawaii .......
(If there i only one jmlge for the two aliove name! dis
trict of Nortli and Soutli Kona, then Sl,0OO.)
Siilarvof District Judge, North Kohala, Hawaii
Salarj' of District Judge, South Kohala, Hawaii
Salarv of District Judge, Hamakua, Hawaii
f . i , fiscal period -
u I Salar- of District Judge, Honuaula, Maui
r Salary of District Julge, Makawao, Maui
L Salarv of District Judge, Hana ami Kauo, Maui -
V Salarv of District Judge, Island of Lanai
I, , ! Salarv of District Juli;e, Molokai..
Impnivement of Thomas Siuare
hI )l Government Librarj' -
T. : iRent of lot in front of Aliiolani Hale to March 31st, 1882
Rent of Aienui
Rack rent of Kohololoa Pound
Rent Kohololoa Pound two years to March 31st 1882
Expenses under Act for filing Certificates of Boundaries in
the Interior office -
Expenses of election
Erection of Laundries to be leased under the Board of Health
Road tax to lie exiiended in the District where collected, es
timated - 70,000 00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Salarv of Minister
4 siHI I o Hilary f Reritrar of Public Accounts
o'inMi iki''ary of ollector General
r .! " 'Salarv of Deputy Collector
jSalary of Statistical Clerk .
.(Salary of 2nd Statistical Clerk
ViMi OO " rufvtm aim Tiiiiim
Mm (()!aIiir' Assista
iu!Salary of Collect
LVfliiifr ex i tenses of ditto
Salarv of District Judze. Ewa and Waianae, Oaliu-
Salarv of District Judire. 'aialua, Oahu
Salarv of District Judge, Koolauloa, Oahu
(If there i only oneJutle for the two aliove nameti us-
. - . . "W 1 1 At- iAilik V
tnct or vaiaiua ami ivooiauiou, men cawr.
j Salary of District Judge, Koolaujtoko, Oahu
larv of District Judge. Hanalei, Kauai.
salarv of District Judge. Kawaihau, Kauai -
Salary of District Judge, Lihue, Kauai
Salary of District Judge, Koloa, Kauai.
Salary-of District Judge, Waimea, Kauai
Salarv of Clerk 2nd Judicial Circuit,
Salary of First Clerk 3rd Judicial Circuit - 300 00
Salary of Second Clerk 3rd Judicial Circuit - 300 00
- . . . . a ' i . t f t
Haiance oi salary oi umo uue anu unpaiu on iasi uieuiuai
fiscal periol - -
Salarv of Clerk 4th Judicial Circuit -
Expense of Supreme Court 2,300 00
XLiieiie? Ji nuutvw in Liiitiiuai v-Tt.- wtc uufivui
Circuit Court, to be allowed by the presiding Judge at
his discretion 300 00
Expenses of 2nd Judicial Circuit 1,800 00
Expensesof 3rd Judicial Circuit 1,800 00
Expenes of 4th Judicial Circuit 800 00
Purchase of Law Books - 500 00
Stationery and Incidentals for all the Courts, inclusive of
printing and postage 1,200 00
Translating, printing and binding the Hawaiian Reports 3,000 00
tant Guards of Honolulu and other ports..
ilary of Collector of Kawaihae,
alary of Collector of Kahului
Salary of Port Surveyor and Guard for Kahului
1 ooo no a'ary Co-lector of Kealakekua.
' )0 ..'Salary of Collector of Kcloa
(K)!Salar of keeper of Steamer Warehouse
' (Salary of keeter of Kero.sene Warehouse
inn oo 'Salary of Messenger
" i Incidental of Custom House -
i y?! U'ustom House Boat
mm on " .--'--
l Pay of Tax Collet-tors
Pay of Tax Apjteal Board
National Debt falling due
Interest on National Debt
Hospital Fund (estimated Receipts)
Incidental of Finance Department
Printing and supplying of Certificates of Deposit
Stain jts and Dies
Safe for Finance Department -
Subsidy to Foreign Steam lines
Subsidy to China Merchants' Steam Navigation Co's line...
RETURN OF DOUBLE TAXES, VIZ :
To Makini $5 00
To Kekio 5 00
To Waahila 3 00
To Keoni Pamawaho, otherwise Keoni Kapela 5 00
To Makeokeo 5 25
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
Salary of Minister. - $12,000 00
Salary of Secretary.. - it.uou oo
Office expenses, Foreign Agents- 3,100 00
10, 000 00
To D. Keaweamahi, balance of salary while teacher at the
DEPARTMENT Or AITOUNKY UKirJUAii.
Salary of Attorney General ..$12,000 00
Salary of Clerk of Attorney General 4,000 00
Salary of Marshal - 7,000 00
Salary of Sheriff of Hawaii - 5,000 00
Salary of Sheriff of Maui 5,000 00
Salary of Sheriff of Kauai - 3,000 00
Salary of Clerk of Sheriff of Hawaii 1,200 00
Salary of Clerk of Sheriff of MauL. 1,200 00
Dnt; f tin,;i oe ono oo
l uutc ui nan aiil(Mt ,, uw
Police of Maui 18.000 00
Police of Oahu 70,000 00
Police of Kauai 7,200 00
Apprehension of Criminals.- 2,000 00
Incidentals of Department 2,000 00
Expenses of Coroners' inquests 600 00
Postage and Incidentals
Expenses of Foreign Missions
Salary of Minister Resident at Washington-
Relief and return of indigent Hawaiians from abroad-
Salary of Messenger
Salary of Copying Clerk
Purchase of Ilecorations .
Education of Hawaiian Youths in foreign countries, to be
expended in the actual education of the youths, and not
for traveling anI sight seeing,
Safe for Foreign Office Department
Band. Flags. Salute and Incidental
Aid to Volunteer Military Companies. 12,000 (H) SchoIarship at Oahu College for native Hawaiian boys only
ii'uiiusning tne oook "rsanitary instructions tor J lawanans"
$133,100 00 1 for free distribution
BUREAU OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
Salarv of Inspector General - $ 5,000 00
1,500 00 Traveling Expenses of ditto 1,000 00
(Salary or Clerk or Jioaru or riucation o,ooo 00
(Support of Hawaiian and English Schools 45,000 00
15,000 00 Support or Common Scnools 12,000 00
t - 500 00 Industrial and Reformatory Schools, to include instruction
31,847 35 in instrumental music and cost of instruments 10,500 00
lis 31,452 65 Building and Repairs of School Houses 5,000 00
. ...... . c . i i .. i. : -. . .. . l . . . i 1 1 . . t 1 r. 1 u u
Salary of Minister $12,000 oo'gtJft,oneJY,an,i Im i,,entll,s
Salary of Clerk 13)0 00 fealary of -Messenger -
Salarj' of Governor ot Oahu 3,600 00
Salarj' of Governor of Maui 3,600 oo hfp APTTTT ATTOX
Salarv of Governor of Kauai 3.600 00: itl.CAPllbiiAllON
Salary of Governess of Hawaii 3,6x 00 Civil List $104,000 00
Salarv of Clerk, Governor of Oahu 800 oo Permanent Settlements 19,600 00
Salary of Clerk, Governor of Maui l,(oo 00 Legislature and Privy Council 20,300 00
Salary of Clerk, Governor of Kauai 1,000 (to Judiciary Department - 96,587 50
Salary of Clerk, Governess or Hawaii 1,000 oo;l)epartmeiit or horeign Attains 133,100 00
Salary of Jailor of Oahu Prison 3,600 oo Department of Interior 1,233,920 00
Salary of Water Superintendent and Clerk of Market- 3,000 oo! Department of Finance 333,279 25
Market at I-ihaina - 2,000 00 i Department of Attorney General - 166,200 00
Market at Walluku - 2,000 ooBureau of Public Instruction - 89,020 00
Market at Hilo 2,000 00
Salary of Road Supervisor of Kona, Oahu 2,400 00 $2,196,006 75
salary or feupenntenueni ot iniDiic orKs 6,000 (X); . 0 rm, -r- e -c- , i, ,.,
wirl- f r 'Wk tn Snnerintendenr of vatr vrb an.i ' section 2. The Minister of Finance shall credit the appro
Clerk of Market.... 2,000 x) priations of the last biennial fiscal period all the amounts
EX CXAQO THAT PRUSSIA HAS THS BIGHT
Berlin, My 8. The" Official Gazette pub
lishes a dispatch from Bismarck to the Prussian
representatives to the Federal States, dealing
with the Altooa and St. Paul question. Be
states that the Committee of the Buodesrath
bare unanimously resolved to report to the Coun
cil only upon the technical side of the question,
and to keep altogether oat of consideration the
constitutional aspect of the case. He lays strees
upon the necessity of avoiding, as far as possible,
for the sake of concord, any interpretation of the
constitutional rights involved. Bismarck points
nut that it is the indisputable right of Prussia to
divide any portion of her own territory from the
Hamburg Free Port District, and maintains that
the proposed (severance of St. Paul has not been
urged in the interests of Prussia, as it is of ad
vantage to Altona that St. Paul should remain
outside of the Zollverein, but that it was rather
in the interest of Hamburg that the new cuetoms
line was rroDoeed. The Bundesrath can decide
upon the customs line without entering into an
examination of the constitutional bearing of the
question, which would likely produce a conflict
of opinion. Those Governments whicb consider
that by the severance of St. Paul from tbe Ham
burg District tbe Constitution of tbe Empire
would be violated can vote aeainBt tbe proposal,
but in that case Bismarck would not advise the
Emperior to renounce his right to uphold a de
mand which is undoubtedly no infraction of the
Conbtitution. Bismarck urges the necessity of
maintaining an unimpaired concord between the
Governments, and expresses a hope that tbe res
pective proposals of Prussia and Hamburg may
be settled by mutual arrangement and without
resorting to a decision by majorities and mioori
ties. Prussia will willingly take into considers
tion any proposal which would in its effects be in
accordance with the Constitution, provided the
Federal Government make a unanimous endeavor
to oppose with one accord tbe attempt of certain
members ot tbe Keicbstag to limit tbe authority
ot the Bundesrath.
The Reichstag to-day discussed tbe second
reading ot tbe Elbe navigation Act, involving the
severance of Altona and St. Paul from the free
port territory of Hamburg. The Committee
moved that the House assent to tbe bill with a
proviso that the change of customs on the frontier
stations on the Elbe shall only be enacted by spe
cial Jaw. liismarck said this proviso was an at
tempt at pressure, to which tbe Government
could not submit. It was dangerous to sow dis
cord between Federal Governments. Only one
thing," be said, " retains me in office, the will of
the Emperior. When I see the obstacles I have
to contend with I feel a strone desire for rest in
retirement. If you consider the power of tbe
Center unconquerable, I should advise you, on
my retirement, to select a Ministry representing
both Center and Conservatives. I am tired, tired
to death, when I see my efforts constantly
thwarted by Liberals who will not vield on the
smallest points, when the continued existence of
the Empire is at- stake.
From tbe London Daily Chronicle, May 4.
British and Foreign Sailor's Society.
The forty-seventh annual meeting of tbe British
and roreign bailor s Society was held yesterday
afternoon at the Mansion House. The cbair was
occupied by the Earl of Aberdeen, the vice-presi
dent ot tne society, and amongst others present
were Itev. Canon Baynes, Professor Bryce, M.
P., Mr. T. Hankey, treasurer of the society. Rev.
Dr. Kennedy, Rev, Dr. Damon (40 years sailors'
chaplain at Honolulu), Rev. James Edwards, of
Mr. E. W. Matthews, the secretary, read let
ters from Earl Derby, Earl Granville, the Marquis
of Cholmondeley, and Mr. Herbert Tritton (the
latter enclosing a cheque for 15), regretting
mat iney were unaDie to oe present at tbe meet
The annual report as read by the secretary
stated tbat in foreign ports occupied by the
Bociety, the steam shipping bad received special
and constant attention. During 12 years the so
ciety's missionaries visited 17,800 vessels, and sold
2,080 copies of the Bible. Tbe Genoa Harbor
Mission, under tbe fostering care of tbe Rev. Dr.
Miller and his wife, had accomplished untold
good. In the United Kingdom there was a fleet
of 5,000 fishing boats, daily coming and going
from upwards of a hundred harbors, and tbe
society considered them a part of their threat con
stituency. The floating libraries had gradually
increased during tbe year. There were now 577
vessels furnished with libraries, which meant a
circulating library of 7,829 bound books, 18,249
tracts, and 19,363 illustrated periodicals. Tbe
financial state of the society, considering the gen
eral depression which prevailed through the year.
was far from discouraging, although there was
room for considerable improvement. To tbe
ladies who collect, and several City companies,
thanks were due tor their kind support. The aim
of the directors was to carry on these operations
without touching their funded money, and they
asked for such generous support that it should
not be possible for financial difficulties to hamper
their usual and spiritual efforts. Tbe report con
cluded oy saying that the society s mission was to
teach our sailors "how to live that they may
& l J VIv.
The Chairman, in tbe course of bis address,
said he thought that great praise was due to the
Board of Trade for the way in whicb they had
helped tbe society by the introduction of the
"Midge system," and concluded by appealing lor
The Rev. Canon Baynes moved tbat tbe report
be adopted, printed, and circulated.
Mr. T. Hankey seconded the motion, and in do
ing so, said he bad been connected with the socie
ty for over 40 years, and could therefore epeak as
io ioe great gooa it naa aone.
The resolution was unanimously carried.
Dr. Damon, Professor Bryce, M. P.. nd others
addressed the meeting, after which a vote of
thanks was passed to tbe chairman, and the pro-
How Postage Stamps are made.
Salary or Postma-ster tieneraL. o,000 00;appropnated by the Act approved on the
x:" '-r ivJ;" -'EC l. lam, ana remaining unexpended on
P'lir rt Mail Vi rri. ri 00 I March, A. D. 1880, not otherwise re-approp
5th day of August,
the dlst day of
riated, and such
Incidentals to Post Office..
Py of Road Supervisors
Pay of Keeper of Royal Mausoleum
Expenses ot lioyal .Mausoleum
In printing, steel plates are used, on which 200
stamps are engraved. Two men are keot bard at
work covering Ibem with colored ink9 and passing
them to a man and girl, who are eauallv busv at
'j Arvr w - - . . ' i . . . . . " .
5,000 oo amounts shall be deemed no longer available for the objects Kmun. lHem Z. Iarge, roll,n8 hand-presses.
1 300 00W ,in tW wr rrirmll JystcA J T.hr ?f. the8.e lutIe 8luad9 are employed all the
,HX (X). Sprrrnv 3- TIip Minister nf FinanA aliall -nfiTina nnw
250 oo'the salaries appropriated by this Act, the compensation of
Pav of Keener of Lunalilo Mausoleum 4!M cm' soldiers anri constables, t.ho fiomnflnsatinn nf srTinol fAnVhvra
BaWe due Keener of Lmmlilo's Tomb 133 oo'ana the current expenses of the Bureau of Education, the
Pay of Janitor Aliiolani Hale and Messengers Interior De- p j ttui 4!A e - t?.- , , 2
TMirtmpnt 1 kt rvl'-lJU'lll-A ju.oa.im, mo caucuscs ui me xire iepartmeni, OI tne
dentals Interior Department 2,000 oojSupreme and Circuit Courts, Government Stocks and the
yins IteconLs Land Commission to entirely complete terest accruing thereon, the support of prisoners and the
Purco7Road St 00 o i settlement?until -e 30t!? of June
Ro4l Damages 8 ooo oo A looJ, unless new appropriations are made before that
' 1 J i .
roads ad bridges throcohoct the kingdom, viz 1
Honolulu - 25,000 00
Other Districts - 10,XJ0 00
Kalihi Iioal 2,xx) 00
Lahaina and AVailuku 10,000 00
Other Districts - 25,000 00
Kohala - 10,fXX) 00
Kawaihae to Hamakua 7,500 00
Hamakua 10,000 oo
Hilo' 12,000 00
Puna.. - 3,000 00
Volcano Road 10,000 00
North Kona ...
XLnai... .... -----
Section 4. The Minister of Finance shall not cause or allow
to be paid from the Treasury any money for objects not pro
vided by this law.
Section 5. It shall be lawful for Heads of Departments, in
cases where special appropriations may fall short, to apply to
the same the surplus of other special appropriations in the
same Department not required to be expended, so as to make
nn the dfifimenrtV! PAPh Hfi.nl nf Denarfment. rlnlv nnnnnnf itct
U Ai. t j t v. a
Section 6. No person holding more than one office for
which salaries are provided shall be authorized to draw for
more than the salary of the highest grade of office held by
him, if the salary of any office held by him shall amount
to two thousand dollars or more per annum, and he shall
be entitled to no other or further compensation. '
oection 7. This Act shall take effect from and after the
date of its approval.
Approved this 30th dav of Julv. A. D. 1880.
175,000 oo KALAKAUA 71.
China has an army of 600,000 men with which
to fibt the Raaeiana in case of war. Most of
thee 600,000 are only armed with beary old
abre. and even bows and arrows. The Palace
svard at Pekirg. of 17.000 men. are partially
armed with niutkeu aix feet long, which one ol
dier muBt bold while another ihooU. Tbe Cfai
neae fleet comUtJ of twde Urge iteatnert, three
frigate, and tit tea gun-boaU. New Age.
Moraoo proeeljtiag i going on actifelj in
Europe, and it u aid that 2500 peraooa will
eoca from Eag'and and tb continent thii tarn
aer to Utah.
A writer in the Scotsman avers that out of 35.
000 hama imported into Uamburg last year, 297
wv-re found to contain trichina?, while of 14,000
ides of bacon 85 were found to be more aerioual j
infected. He adda tbat a recent com mission in
tbia countrj reported tbat of tbe pigs slaughtered
at Chicago, do fewer than eight per cent, were
thus infected. At Liverpool and Glasgow there
ia no examination made as at Hamburg. 'Pitl$
Senator Brace is a colored man who has been
successful, not onlj in politics, bat in business,
lie owns two large plantations on the Mississippi
river, and is currentlj reputed to be worth 200
Grant's Religiocs Views. Mr. Alfred Crancb
Davis is in San Francisco. Mr Davis lives io Gal
veston, Tex., and was there during Gen. Grant's
visit. Just before be left he met a friend, tbe
Rev. Mr. Ilemwaj, a Methodist minister, who
naa uaa tne nooor of dining witb the Grants, en
time, although tea presses can be put into use in
case of necessity. After tbe small ebeets of paper
upon which tbe 200 stamps are engraved have
dried enouph, tbev are sent to another room and
gummed. Tbe gum used for this purpose is a pe
culiar composition made of the powder of dried po
tatoes ana otoer vegetables mixed with water.
wbicn is better tban any otber material, for in
stance, gum arable, which cracks the paper badly.
This paper is also of a peculiar texture, somewhat
similiar to tbat used for bank notes. After having
been again dried, tbis time on little racks wbicb
are fanned by steam power, for about an hour,
tbey are put in between sheets of pasteboard and
pressed in hydraulic presses capable of applying a
weight ot 2,000 tons. Ibe next tbiog is to cut tbe
sheets in halves ; each sheet, of course, when cut,
contains 100 6tamps. This is done by a girl with a
large pair of shears, cutting by band being prefer
red to that ot machinery, which method would de
stroy too many stamps. Tbey are then passed to
two other squads, who, in as many operations, per
forate tbe sheets between tbe stamps. Mext tbey
are pressed once more, and then packed and stow
ed away in another room preparatory to being put
in mail-bags for dispatching to fulfill orders. If a
single stamp is torn or in any way mutilated, the
whole sheet of a hundred is burned. Five hun
dred thousand are burned every week from this
cause. For tbe past twenty years not a single
sheet bas been lost, sucn care bas been taken in
counting them. During the progress of manufac
turing, the sheets are counted eleven times.
The Democratic Anti-Chinese Plank.
The anti-Chinese plank which is proposed for
insertion in the Cincinnati platform, Is a bold
movement to refer tbe whole question of Chinese
immigration to the States, to be dealt with as
each State may ses fit. This solutioa of tbe
problem would answer the largest demands of
California, if we could have any assurance that
our enorta to protect ourselves would not be
thwarted by the Federal Courts. A resolution
in a party platform is not equal io authority to
tbe Constitution of tbe United States, the treaties
ratified by our Government, or tbe laws of Con
gress, it is at best but an expression of views on
r .v. i- whiin a rjartT rasBw
inform as. if an attempt is made to ever irrv
into effect, tbat one State may t rnje to
within its, limits immigrants vhich the Cnited
States permits to come to our shoret nnder treaty
stipulations. The recognition of tbis doctrine
would require the Government of tbe United
Statei to have as many treaties with each separ
ate foreign Power as there are States in the Un
ion.or to interpolate into a National treaty a
clause recognizing the power of a State to set its
provisions aside. There is a very simple way to
theat this question, which neither party seems
much inclined to take. The way is this , The
Chinese Commissioners, now on the way, will,
within a few months, ascertain if the Chineee
Government will consent to a modification of our.
present treaties as will enable the legislation
Kranrh nf the American Government to limit
f!h:nPR immigration to the purposes of trade,
travel in other wordB, to prohibit
from landing on our shores. If
tbe Chinese Government will so modify our pre
sent treaties, it will be a very simple process for
our Congress to pass Jaws to carry tne revisea
intrt ofiM!-.- Rut. m tbe event of the re
fusal nf the Chinese Government to modify ez
isting treaties, it will become necessary to adopt
an American policy not a state policy, but one
which will apply to all States and Territories.
Tbe interests threatened are identical. We in
California are most urgent in our demands for
relief because our situation exposes us to tbe
greatest danger. But every other State is threat
ened, if in less degree, and there would be a per
fect unanimity of opinion if all had a like expe
rience. At present, and for years to come, it
will be impossible to treat this question Batis
fkctnrilv bv separate State action. Tbe decisions
of our Federal Courts will arrest the first move
ment in that direction. The adoption of usch a
resolution is, therefore, of no practical U6e, and
will in no way tend to a solution of the problem,
and it will not be satisfactory to this coast.
S. F. Morning Call
Full Suit to Order, $26.50,
Made from Good, Substantial
AH Wool Cassimercs
A LAUGE ASS0ETMENT
- rh annate C. Bora and via Panama,
.A. Largoi. ssortmont
Dry Koods :
Print, Brown Cotton. Horrock'c White Cotton,
BlM Cotton and Drill, Ticking. Dealmi, etc.
Dress Goods :
Silks and Woolen, Mi
Linens, Lawns, Monqc
.. Fl.-titila. Uackakln., Bre
Neckties, Ribbon., Urn .
Eocks and Blocking.
DRESS & BUSINESS WEAR,
AT MODERATE PRICES.
At Low Figures;
W01ES' MOtNG HABITS,
H. S. TRECLOAN.
BEST k CHEAPEST LUBRICATORS
SniU. White flhlrU M. and C. U. Sbirta, Blanket.
Table Cover, Skirts; Umberll. Shawls, Florence Uau,
Hat Flower and Feathers, Stationery,
Looking Glasses, Gold Leal, Play Card.
Labia's Boaps and Rxtracts, Pbllooome, Eau du Cologne,
II air Oil, Florida Water, Tooth Brushes, Combs, etc.
SADDLES :-Sydney & English,
Leather Belting:, 4, 5, 6 and 8 in.,
COAL BAGS & Gunnies, Burlaps, &c,
Wrapping & Printing Paper.
Vienna Chairs, Trunks.
PIANOS from L. Nuefeld, Berlin.
Pickles, Salt, Biscuit, Olive Oil. Sirdine, Peppe't
Blue Mottled Soap, Camphor, etc.
NEW YORK & ENGL AND
T.F.Whiton and City of Madrid
AND OTOER LATE ARRIVALS.
hue raDranE ! i
HOUSE FlfJISnil GOODS,
Direct by rail from New York to Ban Francisco,
(Bought previous to Late Adyantes Id Prices, and
for sale at Bottom Rates for Casb.)
Claret, Cham-pang e,
SI. Paul's Ale,
English Ale and Porter,
Rltter Itoer In pints,
Alcohol in demitijons of 1 (all.,
Hoop Iron, Sheet Zinc, Banka Tin,
YeMow Metal, Buckets, Tubs, O C Irons,
8 bears and Spurs, VV. Mann's American Axes.
Red Bricks, Fire Bricks, SIab. File, Coal Tar,
Blacksmith Com in barrels. Oak Boats,
Empty Barrels, Demijohns, 1,2, .1 and 6j Market Basket.
A FINE ASSORTMENT
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS
Lamp Good In erery variety,
Kerosene Oils Downer's and Palace,
Kerosene Non-Explosive Oil Stoves,
Hnbbuck's Paints and Oils,
noose and Carriage Paints and Brushes,
Turpentine, Varnishes, Glue,
Averiirs Chemical Paint,
Lubricating Oils and Compound,
ALBANY LUBRICATING COMl'OOD AND CITS,
ALBANY CVMXDER. OIL.,
Lard Oil, Castor Oil, Ac. Ac.
A very complete assortment.
TalDle Cu.tlery ! Nearly 7,000 Tn Use.
The Albany Lubricating
Compound and Cups.
Tbe Albany Lnbricatiaa Carapannrf ia a highly
refined patent composition. The Cups are specially adapted
to Its use in automatically lubricating bearings or all descriptions.
One dollars worth will last as Ions as from two to ten dol
lars Worth of oil with no slop, and with one twentieth tbe
attention required by tbe best Oil Cups.
PATENTED NOV. 14th, 1876.
In great variety direct from tbe manufacturers.
POCKET CUTLERY, SCISSORS.
SHEARS, RAZORS AND HONES.
' Tools fnr Carpenters. Machinists.
Masons and other Mechanics.
REED & BARTON'S CELEBRATED
No Engine Adjunct has met with such
Rolling Mills, Iron Works and Glass Works. Rnctneers ol
Steamboats on the Rivers, on the Great Lakes and on the
Ocean, Brewers, Cotton and Woolen Manufacturers, Machin
ists, Engine Builders, Water Works, mate and Municipal in
stitutions, from all parts of the United States and Canadas,
have voluntarily uttered their praises of the perfection and
utility or tne justly styiea
Manilla Rope from I to 4 Inches.
s Iho t
From Sydney and San Francisco,
Fresh Batter in tins,
Zledium Bread & Crackers,
Ex STORMY PETREL,
6 8team Clarifiers, 500 galla, each.
IPor Sale toy
H. HACICFELD & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
-A. i JLt DE8CHIPTIONH
P Alt TIES IN HONOLULU-
or other parts of tbe Islands,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HAVE THEIR
?ll VFR PI ATPn UARP I FAR-FAMED AMERICAN LUBRICATOR . . 7 1
blLVtK hLAItU WAnt ! Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Plows, Harrows, Epades, Shovels, O-os, Forks,
Rakes, Planters' and Garden Hoes,
RICK HOES, Crow Bars.
Grindstones and Fixtures,
Pick Axes, Pick Mattocks,
Grub Hoes, Bush and Grass Scythes, Bush Hooks,
Rice Hooks. Grass Hooks, Cane Knives, Axes,
Canal-barrows with iron and wooden wheels,
Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Back Chains, Topsail Chains,
The Improved Steel Paris Plow,
By some planters said to be superior to any other plow
ever offered in this market, and to require less cattle for the
same amount of work than any other.
CELEBRATED MOLINE PLOWS
In different sites.
Gang Plows Supplied to Order.
GALVANIZED BASIXS AND BUCKETS,
TINWARE, BINGDAH BUCKETS.
A Large Invoice of Gun Caps.
Store Trucks, Wooden Whiffletreea,
Douglas Force Pumps, Hay Cutters,
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers, '
Platform Scales, Swedge Blocks,
Mails, Tacks, Screws, Spikes, Crow Bars,
Tire Machine and Carriage Bolts,
Galvanized Wash Boards. -
Rattan Yard Brooms, Door Mats,
Aa elegant assortment of Yale Padlocks,
Dixon' American Lead Pencils, a full line,
Galvanized & Painted Barbed Wire
DILLirJCHAH & CO.
jylO 87 Fort street, Honolala.
By application to Mr. R. I- iniM.o.f. o.
who has oar Descriptive Catalogue with Prices.
OUST H A 1ST D !
At SUre f L. W. H0PP, Kin; St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walaat Sideboard,
Black Walnut Dining Chair,
Oak Cane Beat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Bedroom Heta,
Pine Bureau, ate, c.,axc.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent for HawVi I
Now we say to you: Give the American a trial and von
will become disgusted with your present system, because it will
not pay you to continue it.
Yon IVeed the American
And the few dollars we ask you for It will come back
to you in tbe saving of Oil, Packing. Wear, Reg
ular Motion, Fuel and Time.
One Week's Trial Will Convince Yon.
Albany Cylinder Oil
DOES NOT EAT and CORRODE tha Mrt...
ia the case with Tallow and Lard Oil used in Cylinder.
LESS OIL. required because it DORS VftT ri
rae or gum io create friction as Tallow or Lard Oill wilL
Dillintrliam Sc Oo..
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
KEROSENE OIL CAUTION I
E.SSKS. lAS l lK Si. COOKK WntTI r
L call the attention of their frienda w n.f...
ir. k i r - """" am
MNIkWMWU VlaMMI VI
Palace Kerosene Oil.
Imported by the CHINESE from
Our PALACE OIL. is a hish Strwti nn ..
guarantee from the Manufacturers, and every case hai the
SSW?!' Drftr,n. on. to? Oaawell Mthaname i-
w7h. Crossman & Bro. SOLID GOLD JEWELRY,
Bte., Etc., Io Great Variety)
No. 27 Merchant St., Importer att4 Dealer In
DlilLIOrJD GOODS !
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S
Waltham & Elgin Watches
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES;
If buyers Will keen the ilin, ft... t- . ..
becauBht with the sonnou. "uuo' laty "t
- " anin v
Warranted to bo
EQUAL TO THE BEST
tlri fat .T TTT t- a w
"no. ior sale by K. O. IIAL.L. Si SON.
KT These Matches. Miw Runti.. u. r... .
nUWIikM. i fmvm
WeU, is the General aoand io hia religiou. KTrt nft ZZIL Dp expreion oi views on
?" asked Mr. Davia. the part of tbe paptj, which, howerer, may not
prcva.u uum me orgjaaio law is ameoaea. xne
proposed resolution recognizes tbe riebt of each
State to limit tbe immigration of persons wboe
" distinctivenem of religious habits and customs
ia such aa tend to disturb the harmony of politi
cal economy or interfere witb tbe prosperity of
"Net entirely, I fear,' was tbe thoughtful re
f "at least 1 judre be is not altogether satis-
lied witb tbe divine scheme of rewards. He likes
this life, and favors tbe life eternal as far as it
goes; bat I think be hopes for a third term.' '
IXIXED BUBBEB PAEXTS,
f.P ALL SO ADES. IN LARO AND SHALL
V racaagea. , , For mm by
Just Eeceived, Ex. "Ceylon,"
Fine Assortmentof Oak Plank CASliI .?? nEMVEBY J
WATCHES & CHRONOMETERS RATED !
IXagnifyin Glasses, Sextants,
Quadrants, or Nautical Instrument1,
Repaired and Adjusted
Wills Aecwrtacy si aid Dlsptch, mm
KT riera bum the Other Islamla Pmmnti AumnJtA (a.
an4 Oooda Forwarded C. O. D.
IT. B. Cnronometers Carefully Cleaned
By Traasiilastrament and Other Astrananit-ai ObsMvaiioaa
aoawT taw ayseaai osmroi of Mr. i0. B. J AOKfiUH, Rettrea
Navigating LieaieDaat a. N, who will bo In eooataDt attend-
u sor TERMS, IIUNCCFOR7U,
For Sale in Lots to Suit,
R jL3 ft CO.
Br ALLSN Ac ROBINSON.
' TOE SALE. : . .
n A IIOCKIS AMD LOT IN K A PA LAMA. J
t-- tmUlcaiMx. laauira at i
' . 1 U . II. liAOKf ELD