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City r,f New fork. .Mare
City of Sydney Ulaj
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CitTif New York July
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C O IVI XVI E R C I A I .
Th. rataiot la urt t iaJ ir r '
January lit La bu uopr- Jt-t l
.t fn M QOQ ton i.r n-sarir t
crop, la looking r r as ;a-' " -' 7 ."V
orliary unouatof our -ra. -? -3f-''r'
la tarn ywr. w-. lt 40 r tlf '' ir ' ' V V
larg Ubor pptj. fctirU-S -x -:-'
Immigrant tav Ltrfi tt V'tx t U - "
m.y tmltlj Mtd'-m." to Law , . uz.1t - wr.tncn
OO to thpUtUti'-... TLi UU.-1 f r..t f r. r.ri
forc.tM.B-i-a ti.sr.UM.-r! ja-u f..rl i.H
th. mrktiC of th-.r rr-i tt.- J-
ditional lusU2' in K-t.c th. ;r lai.i i.ar. at :i ..'tri'
day. of tb. -t.uli&t -B. in i.. u-' B:iar.y I f i a.-.: -for
iiccss.Iin,' ratt'-nrr-I.. I'l m- - i'- i !''' r'
Usta .Uort-t-oa-a. t. .rfc " t .r r ; ::.
,Jrt6blU.or . UtiKtb-n'l a:. I 1 "
opp'.rtauity f .r a rattu . r f i ;.' atly r-t ,r i i
lmt--iril. Uiae th tlf Wrktr.: - I ...r-:i;.:- .1.
t-Ml will contrlbutr I-r'Iy t- t!i- .: t ti.. " rat
crop la W. k. r.--. 11 t 1 tLt ti.t- Ur;e
r-c-ipt of nu-r will i out.U'i ru 1. u l.a--r. I u- r i
cf K.-i-i t. ncrly .11 frr 1.1; ti.t t Mi. i-.
In nanJ; nJ th-ff r-n farti.- r r;. 1- -!..1..-r.t
t be txp:te.l trim lLii ; lut ff... :i Tr-.t. :.
a etimU nil-by Mr. rr. V-N. ::!
fom.4 itentlrnwu. will !::.t::i.. a:. I -":.. f
tiMil will b fully ').". b. rt t r ."''-
The only iruf-rt ,h.rUA tU.- i-t k li-'" ! " -r- "
cf ro.l from -wc..tl-:. N S.W. Tb- M rtn t: th- r
b.aJ, b been Ir,'e tut- t Ul : "; ":'1''irl
Our lp.rtit of doiat-!ti.- ip'1ui.' ili.rn.' t:.. : . i.u.
April aa'l My r-m. h-l th ihht. i.t. .1 t .tal : IX
1M.87. Tb umr. ln:lU'tfl In tiif b.v-. an; .-ii.t. ! t .
23.kw3.&!7 Ib or n. rly H.D rin-rx tu.
port or aoxroZiUx.u. 11. i.
u ir !-..
Jly tur C U bi.tbi'i. from Kmtii
iM htuir Kilu 11 'U. from Kmhui.n
htiur Lbu. fruiti Maui ami M-! 'ki
jx fctinr Uokohi. fnu Koulau
'iiwsi hr Htirna ffin Waianat
ii rn-hr Warwii k, from M"l' kai
Ml Htmr I.ikrlikr. froiu II1I0
:tll rt. br llal-akala. from liil-
i. hr Malo)i. from liil"
ev hr litfUl lM. fruiu Waialui
Jl S hr Jtary f imkr. from l'oualau
ju -M-br Julia, from lioiiakaa
Jants 1 -tmr Jni. Mk.e. fr..m Kraai
Jan. 1 Ata bktDt. Kat S11.I I. u. liat. -. '- ..:;- - 1 r- nt
Nw. at!c.N r W.
May 4 fcbr FaualiJ. for obala
J S. br Jruuy. dr Nailiili
J -S. hr J-nny Walkrr. for Hil-
jtty-hr I.nka. for K-awaili
VJH-S. br Man, for Koliala
: hlmr ' H Biabop. f.r Kauai
: Stinr Kilati-a H"U. for KabuUu
jtt Mmr Mok 'lil. for Koola
jk -br WailU-. for Malik'.
ti. hr Wairualu. for Uapu I
:h br Pririi-. for Kona
:tl -I'rhr I.ilioluuo, f-r liunaj".
:il-vbr Wairhu. f r Wajanae
:tl rk hr ttnl r-ij.'-l. for Waialua
r-hrarwl -,f'r Kalaupapa
;H rvhr Maauokawai. for llaiiaiuaii'
;il rittur Ulaelikr. f-r Hilo
:lt-Halakala. V T llanalri
Ul Mary l'o-trr, for r-utialuu
M.y 'iH Am bk Pa- :a- .-Iojm-. Ilitrti.--. fr I ran. -I.
it Viu wbr V U Myrr. Uow. for u trinnvu
:il r tk Miwt, lttuaua. for u I'rati' H'
" 51 .niih bk Lly Lmni(n. Miir-tn. for S K
Juu 1-rVm bktnit Kurrka. V.rlU r-'. f r r-rtu l'rin. i.-.M
I ikr bk HiiTdrtyrr. . hlt-ruann. MantU
:P-Hawn bk kalakaua. Jiikt. for .-an t rut i- .
J Am bk Bm-n. ita. I alUi'im. f. r I T" l
t'tMflt f.r ll.l-lt fr.M t'.rriso I'wri-.
Hr bk Zo. t-'ambll. IaiH'1"U. t.trrrlur
Atu Lk Cbritbir-. Hat tl.lr. Xrw V.-ra. owr I
Ur bk liti-r. K..hlf. Kr-ruru. i.trrlu-
Ut. bk kalr. Kotbfua. tSrt-uiru, frr ta-
Hair bk lolaul. Brtruen, loa.liu4
Atu bk Ami. ran.lbr. rwi-a.tlt.-. N s W, .1 t-
Br abl( City of MiaaUar. lry.lalr. Iak'"W
Ala a.' fir W t. rVf ba. Kfttlirn. fort t.auil
Br bk suSiIk. BjforJ. lO'lon
li 11 It Tbt. . l-it. arn I'lanii
Br tk uIbtjo, tiarrry. I.iTri ol
Am tktu. Kill, ruru-r. Wan t ru i . .Iue
Atu bktn Cuumtriu. Uwar.t. Man r'ru. i-c. .lu-
rORKIU.N' VESSELS IN I'OKT.
Atu btn Morning star. I; ray
Am be California. Loire
Am bittne Kate snd.li-o. Catt
.ILOaXC THE WIMUVKS
The l'otuare la . t in the ttreaiu.
Tike Storm Bird will go la quarantine on Mon i.i.. .
Tb. Morning Hurl, .till at tLe FiU Mrkrt wharf.
A ihM 1 io roure f rrrt tion on th.- FpIanaJt-. t.pp.'-it--tb.
Cuxtom lloua. and mauka thr Kar.ai -t. ann r. Mr.
J . Uopp baa cbarr.
Tb. Pa. ific Slop i. tat tbr I.iktrlikr wharf ih-. har
iud. Tbia vra-cl tuade a ailt-ulid run fr 'iu Nt w. astl.'.
faror.d by Aatral wlnda.
Tb. Catbrriue Suddm 1 at the K-('Uiia.It.' J.-. I.2r,i:.4.
Capt Batra aaya bla tnwel i at prfst-ut iln.nni;. .1. in.
opportunity f. r abtppor tt obtain a k,'"1 ..u'' f.-r
Bbipping liTely ; augar plentiful.
Impurta for tb. wet-k. i JjOO ; 1 xporU .Io do r lijT.s.'J..-! .
IliKbflyrr aild lat. iiwt. for Manila, ( ui tain tir. 1 of
Kate Suddrn arrived 1st. iiiit., "1 l'r.'iu Ni w. 1-;;. .
W by. Batr. !
Moara took larirt taro tur tak. u fr:o this p. rl.
.aiue f lS4.ioJ il.
Ami.. Xewoatlr, du; Aimlii, d . du.-; tlla. San Frau
rlavu, du; Conaurlo, do, dua.
Captain Nordbtrs; leave Lanka's iiiartcr.de k tbi.t
trip, lie turn hrr to atttle.
Fdota busy uurin? pant wtk ; txk out t ight v--i Is.
brought one in. Sr. breeze beaitby,
W. II. Meyer and Ealakana larpe list.-t cf ia.--iit r.
Meyer aailed jMth May; Kalakaua aaiKd Jrd iu.t.
Ceder. treraen. orerdue-.f teshlr, Nt w V..rk. ov.riiif;
Zo.. Liverpool, orerdae; Martha ia tt nt. ivrt lUakily.
Aa Eaateni rPr aaya: " Captain Jacob truwu aiul bis
W If . Who left New Bedfonl twt IitJ-uiOi; t-ars a- .. iri
ba. k on a iit. Tbe raptain ia ui"triLt. td tit j 1 : i 1 1 .
work. In th. Sandwich Islands.'- Nrit !
Herewith, w. preitent onr niual monthly r Mm of
Tea-t-1. leailnit thia port with tari; valuati In
addition, thereto, we furni.-h a L.t cf arrivals f. r Mm,
witn valuation, of ranroea ituporte.l by them. Thi- l:-t
will no doubt prure useful for purpost-s of r it n ::. f t
onr buainea. men.
EXPORTS (VALVE o
tl't . toKtil.N.
Ha ch Mokunla ' Cruise
U Apiani' Fannins I
Llzzi. Marshall. S V
Wreatler. S F
J A Falklnburv S F
City of Sydney's F
A Ik .haw.. S V
X D Auatlialrt'e P Blakely K::a.-t.
Vivid ....( Fanning'. Is jus o
T W Ltuaa- IP TowuaenU Ua'.last .
IJ Uiinon.l.... ;S r 1
DC Murray IS V J i.MS.;
Kalana Urule lsoo
Monitor Eureka l:ai!a-st .
I'at ific Slopv... Burraxds Int l.allast
W H Jlyer. (S F !
Laity Lamp.niS F j .'6-:.l
HUbflyer IMari'a. 0
Mu(f ....IS F
i IMPORTS. r .
VtsarL. ( t.coM j CAE.... j , , f
May 2 Pa.-i!U- Slop.
I St MK harN!
- 51 A Falklnbwr
lien -kl "11
! Fanning a Is
W B Dimond...
P Uamble ..
S F :
- IDC Murray
10T W Lara
10 City of ydney
" 1M M. nltor
" 1 I -a- It Lainnsoa
Llllnh. r :
ent ral . :
1 t tif r I . '
s r 1
2U; Bu-oa Vlata
- Stl Eureka.
s r ....
t ueral. 1
(it a. ml. ,
e(xrtef k California. 'apt Love. Sail-d frm Nit
rasxta. April 1. wind 8 W. nae weather. rt.-xt day had
H E tndea well to the Eaat'd. Croastd.the equator Mav
19th 3U day. ont Ion 157 2. Fntu thence had X E
tra.iea to 2i) i then wind to South d to i- rt. Ar.ivf 1 in
port Sunday May ti. 44 day. pasaage.
Beport cf bktn. Kate Bad Ien, Capt liat. Sa.Ied from
wcaatle Mch 21. eonataat bead wind to Tahiti, whence
fair wind for two day. and again hra-1 winds to the
Jalaaat. Croaaed tbe equat. in 150 W. Had atronn
S rajea well to Not'd. .No 8 E trades. ArriTtd in
port Jun l.t, H day. paaaage,
tm 8aa Franciaco. per W H Meyer. May 2S Cs-ti pk,s
fgxl, 60 tag. plaeapplea, 2jd bn. ha banana.
For San Franclaco, per Maaca. May 31 2.07j pk-,
M.ar 340 bncha banana. 929 bga rice, misc itor s l'om
ai. IliMlr 61. -Fgn M K.
For Manila, per Highflyer. May 31 . ton ballxst. '.
a-, ale 60 000 fin. brick., CO empty i.itm-ht-on. nii.-c
For Saa Franctnco, per Lady Lampson. May 3110.24 )
pkgs ragtr, 96 bncb. bananas, 1'J roll, leather. Doiu ral.
$11,608 9. Fgn Tal. 4d6 13.
. , r y, I r 1-o. I r i:ur..a. Jnn 1 H.V13 kg.
. ' ,r .. : I.r. !.; 1 ;.ar.a-. v.l. $V..C73 2.
. .. j... f r i ... . .) . r K- ... Jun yl-. f.kai
. ,..'...: t. i. ,-, 11 1 - l.ai.ar:a. 2 k. tallow.
. . : N. a-::- . N w- I ' r Kate S- .Jen, June 1
" ' , '. Kt -I- r A. t-..
, -.n hv.o-".l"r W II Mvrr, May 2 B P"wn,
(., rr:.k Wr:.-U. John :-tJ. A fcuct-r. bM
l I an-. W ni M l. I K Hrirnhn, T C IUn.
"r- j.-Mi-li. s ! k- r. s l ck r, JoLn Manm, J
M !' r.
IM.j .r F SI ;-. SIr 2" Jobn
. , -. r. H J..Lliutl, Mi UClto.
r - . . i r .. - . j r I.a It I-am) VjIi. Mar 31 Mia. B
, - - i f M'.-Wbitcr. J 1 Tucki-r, Mrs
- - - r.r.r'Vi,Jur. 1-J ri'T.S Ho!t.
.: r ; f. 1 . z 'l V. i r.-". A OHIt. O B Thacber.
-. r : r: 1 : :. 1. :-r : ;-ria Vi'ts. J ;n 2 Jofcn
; .". -.. :-. i.i - . l: J-.Jirau
. r rsr. Frs:.- : . r Kalr-kiu.. Jot. 2 Mr and Mr.
--:.. :'. r. .'.Ir a.v! Mr Oil". iiorbm, t'otn, Jno
(av','. k. S r-t p. Mr? M:i. Mm Hllliams. B J King. G
I.i.r. J oOvi-.r. J kT 'iL-T.
il l:I)AV JUNE 4, mi.
Hit liny a! Highness the Princes Recent
u ;I tin- u.-tial monthly r ceition on Thurx
!rtv. the in-tant, at Washington Place.
Our m-iyhhor (iiztttc follovin; our lead
as u-ual, a; wotiM propose that a
vi'or'us i-fTort .shouM he made to vaccinate
ami revaeeinatf- the town". And then re-l-.-ats
our Mijrjje.-tion uhout districting the
town and inviting volunteers. "We are
t-.-rtainiy havinga weary time"; as he says;
when a quai ollicial organ; at any rate,
out , who has the confidence and support of
th- President of the Hoard f Health, now,
ai'ii-r four months hungling with the epide
n.ie eonies forward, and sa3-s we must like
Mr-. DoinLcy, 'make an effort". Well,
!. t it hr made; and for the sake of a suffer-ii"-
i'iI-, let it he "vigorous".
Ve commend the vigilance of the Kditor
..." tl;.- (rftzttlc in ropect to puhlic welfare
and r-afrty. He urges that "an inquest
-h'Mild ! held ujK)never' one of the deaths
M.u ki d unknown ' " in the mortuary re
p..rt. In that ease our Iarshal would have
l.i- Lands full performing coroner's duty
aioin-; and police aflairs would have to
!idr altogether. There are frequently a
eore or more of deaths marked in the
mortuary report ' cause unknown." Not
only unknown to the agent of the Board of
Health, hut unknown even to the doctors.
We r-hall never forget an instance of med-ii-il
fallibility that came under our ohser
vation mi Maui. A lady patient was .said
l.y one physician to have a tumor; hy an-o'.In-r,
an aiu-urLm; and a third one proved
that tin- troulle was a hahy; so that in
vi-w of hoth human and medical liability
tui rr, t!.e eau.-es of many deceases will
continue to he rerted as unknown; ex
cept that the defunct passed away for want
of breath. No doubt there should be a
vigilant ob.-ervation, by authority, of every
caw-e of death; and in order to fully carry
out such observation, it is necessary that
the duty f Coroner r-hould be a distinct
function, and we recommend ourcotempo-
rary, in the event of the creation of the
oftiei-. aa the proper incumbent.
Wk said that there would be an inquest
held over the gravi s on the sand reef of
Kuhakaaulana, before the high tribunal
of public opinion, and in our columns to
day Kainaaina opens the ease, charging
oar Health Authorities with constructive
manslaughter. Men are now to be punished
fr -ins. of omission, as well as commission.
Our worthy police Justice declares, in a
recent investigation, based upon an inquest,
that 'the omission to do what a man of
intelligence miirht be expected to do, be
comes a criminal neglect." An overt act
is n longer needed to fix criminality,
Now, through the seini-oflieial columns of
a contemporary, we hear suggestion of
" vigorous elFort " to be now made to stop
the further spread of the epidemic of small
pox from which we are sutlering. Vigorous
etlorts now! Four months ago, through
can.!cssi,e.-s and favoritism this fell disease
was let in among us. Four months ago
the whole conimunitv was in a state of
alarm and dismay, and relied on the au
thorities for "vigorous efforts" to stamp
out this pestilence. The proposal to make
them now, is an abject confession of past
ineptitude and inertness ; of " the omission
to do what a man of intelligence might be
expected to do." And we cannot but feel
that the large number of deaths which
have been occasioned by these sins of omis
sion call for a strict investigation. Neither
can we avoid the conviction that such an
enquiry ought, in the ordinary course of
justice, to lead to an arraignment of those
found to be resjMiusible before the same bar
as that where stood on Wednesday last
Father I-irkin -ami the architect of his
A Dimk Savings Bank, or any institu
lion for the saving of very small sums
would be of great value to Hawaiians.
i lay have been advised and instructed in
the native newspaper, the Elcle roaJ:olu,
on the ubject of cooperation, and in. con
nection with this, the subject of small
savings Is now under discussion. We are
aware that Me.-srs. Bishop fc Co. offer some
facilities for the deposit of savings, but the
Rink would hardly give attention to the
very small dej.osits that natives could, and
might be induced to make. We remem
ber the influence of the late Mr. Moffett
Stoiu-y in inducing the natives of Kahuku
t U iosit some of their savings ; and na
tives elsewhere have been induced to de
lH(sit ivings, which evidently resulted in
gn at advantage to the depositors.
We feel assured that if there was an in
stitution, entirely trustworthy, that was
organized and prepared to receive the most
trilling dei)sit of money, that all the poor
of this country, especially the natives,
would be glad to have an opportunity pro
vided to take care of small economies.
Frequent accouuts of the large accumu
lations arising from many -small economics
after lapses of time, would awaken and
interest the native mind. They greatly
need to be educated in respect to economy,
and provident provision for the future. The
growth of a dime at interest, during the
growth of a child, would interest and stim
ulate them. Hawaiians want to secure for
their offspring education and a future pro
vision. Let them have a convenient op
Iortunity, be invited to deposit, and be
assured that the smallest sum, even one i
di ne, w ill receive attention, and many a
irfr mother, as well as hard-workimr man.
- - - u j
wili be glad to put away in a safe place, !
some few dimes from time to time, for some
beloved object ; or for their oyfti future
The Kev. W. J. Larkin's exceptional
osition before the community, calls for an
impartial presentation of evidence, that has
come to our hands, to assist the public in
forming a correct opinion in regard to it.
In our issue of May 7th we published by
request of Father Larkin, a letter he ad
dressed to us. along with a correspondence
between himself ami Bishop Maigret. The
comunication signed by the Bishop, after
being placed in our hands, was somewhat
modified, and some additions were made
with the consent of the Bishop. We give
below the exact text of the document, when
first placed in our hands:
I am very much pained to hear that
certain calumnies have been circulated reg
arding the character or the Kev. rather
Larkin, who is zealously laboring in this
mission, lie lias come. here with dimis-
sorial letters and recommendations of the
highest character from his late Bishop, and
I have no fear but he will deserve the same
at my hands if it should happen that I
would be deprived of his valuable and zeal
t Loris Maigret,
Bishop of Arathia,
Subsequently Father Larkin informed us
that he was authorized by the Bishop, to
modify the form of this certificate of char
acter; so that it .should appear as an answer'
to a communication; and he gave us a copy
of his letterto the Bishop; and made altera
tions in the certificate of character, so that
it reads as follows; as published in our 7th
Honolulu, May 4, 1881.
To the Jicv. IP. J. Larkin, President St.
Louis Colli j e:
IIev. and Dkai: Sib: Iu reply to your letter just
received, in which you complain of injurious
reports; I will say in reply: I am very much
pained to hear that certain calumnies have been
circulated regarding your character. You have
proven yourself a zealous laborer in this mission,
always acting in accorduuee with my instructions.
You came here with dimissorial letters and
recommendations of the highest character, from
your late Bishop; and I feel well assured that
yon will deserve the same at my hands, if it
should happen that I would be deprived of your
valuable and zealous services, at any future time.
t Louis Maigret,
Bishop of Arathia,
After a certain discussion had arisen in
regard to the authenticity of a letter, or
any other document from the hand of Bish
op Maigret in respect to the character of
Father Larkin; and which authenticity was
denied by a public print; the editor of this
journal called at the Catholic mission, and
waited upon Monseigneur Maigret, who
was in company with the Rev Father Mar
tial, a member of the mission.
Upon presentation of the certificate of
character of Father Larkin, the Bishop
looked at and recognized his signature. He
remarked at the time, that he did not write
the letter, or document; and was not in the
habit of writing any. The editor then read
slowly the certificate, pausing and com
menting upon each phrase; and subsequen
tly repeated its substance in the French
language; (although the English language
is well understood by Monseigneur and his
associate on this occasion:) and then enqui
red of the Bishop, if he had authorized any
such statement, and the subsequent modifi
cation of the document signed by him; to
which the Bishop replied distinctly and
emphatically, that be had authorized Father
Larkin to say all this, and much more. He
commented upon the unusually warm and
commendatary letters which the reverend
Father had brought with him from Arch
bishop Alemany of California, and mem
bers of his clergy.
During this interview, the venerable and
highly revered prelate exhibited a clear
appreciation of all matters involved in the
discussion, and expressed a warm and firm
determination to defend the good name of
a priest, whom he esteemed a faithfull
worker iu his mission.
Therefore we read with a feeling of more
than surprise, in the Gazette of the 1st
instant that the editor of that journal has
in his hands, indisputable evidence," that
such certificate of character of Father Lar
kin, as we have published " was never writ
ten or signed" by the Bishop. This editor
has furthermore on the "best (his italics)
authority" an alleged statement of
Bishop Moran, Father Larkin's late dioce
san; said statement purporting to be a
r eport of conversation with Bishop Moran
of Dunedin, during a few hours stay of that
prelate in town, in route per City of Sydney
to San Francisco; and the party or parties,
who make the report, are " ready to appear
in Court and swear."
If such parties were ready to show their
names in print at this time, it would assist
the public to obtain what it is our aim to
get correct information. We could then
get below the surface and understand the
animus of parties, and their real objective
point. It is a wicked thing as our co temp
orary says, "to sow distrust between a
worthy priesthood;" and if any one has
done so; either to gain or to maintain an
influence, that does not belong to his holy
office, he will deserve the severest rep
rehension. We shall awrait our cotemporary's fuller
statement of information, with names of
parties. We desire information for the sake
of right and justice. We seek not to defend,
or attack any one in this matter; and we
cannot appreciate the action of our cotem
porary, who publishes a charge of forgery,
and a general defamation of character with
out the presentation of a particle of evidence
except a garbled report, of one who was
evidently seeking an evil report; on the
very day, that the party affected was to
stand before a tribunal with character and
liberty in jeopardy. We cannot appreciate
such action, we repeat; as that either of a
journalist or a gentleman.
Decoration Day, or the day for the
commemoration of the dead of the great
American war of the Union, on both sides,
has become recognized with popular dem
onstration and interest in every section of
the great country, North and South ; and
the 30th of May has been set apart for this
observance. We noticed that Consul McKin
ley very appropriately kept his flag at half
mast on Monday last, in recognition of the
day in Honolulu, As it is stated on official
authority that 200 native Hawaiians took
part in the great war which is about a
large a proportion of men to the population
of the country, as many loyal States fur
nished for the prosecution of the war it is
perfectly appropriate and consistent that
Hawaiians should be pleased with the re
cognition of the American Decoration
Day in this island Kingdom.
We have seen a series of letters addressed to
Father Larkin, from the Bishops of Brisbane,
Wellington, Dunedin and San Francisco, and j
other parties; covering a penoa oi over niteen
years, in which he receives the highest testimo
nials as a priest; and is mentioned in Bishop
Moran's letter, as of "irreproachable character."
Though this Kingdom be the smal
lest of the family of independent
states; 3yet, owing to its superior civil
order, its Christian character, and geogra
phic position, it obtains a national recog
nition and a diplomatic consideration,
much beyond what is accorded to some
larger states. And we feel assured that it
13 the wish of great Powers, that so long as
a Hawaiian people shall strive to maintain
their national independence, these Towers
will not fail to protect this weak state in
the untrammelled enjoyment of the politi
cal organization best adapted to the genius
of the chief constituents of our nationality.
And it was with a view to give expression
to the sentiment and firm conviction of the
nation on this point, that the following
resolution was submitted to the Hawaiian
Legislature of 1SS0.
Whekeas the opening of a shipway across
the Isthmus of Darien, and the connection
of this Archipelago by cable with the Old
and New Worlds will concentrate attention
upon the strategic importance of these
Islands, and make their possession an impor
tant question to contesting Powers in the
Pacific Ocean ; and
Whereas, a patriotic spirit should seek
to guard the independence of the state SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marble-ton, (formerly sold at $125) - -aT:
SOLID WALNUT SUITS, full Marblo-top, (formerly sold at $150) - -
Assembly that the Government should,
through its diplomatic action, invite all the
Great Powers of the World, and especially
the Great Republic of America, to unite in
a joint guarantee of the perpetual neutrality
of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
In a full house ; and by a joint assembly
of the Nobles of the Hawaiian Kingdom ;
and of the Representatives of the Hawaiian
People, this resolution was unanimously
adopted. And thus the Hawaiian chiefs
and Delegates, foreign a? well as native all
united heartily, without one word of dis
sent or debate, in declaring to the world,
that they desired, as their chief political
purpose to maintain the independence of
the Hawaiian Kingdom for ever.
NEW MUSIC HALL.
FRIDAY KVEMXC, JU.XK IO. 1881.
Door, open at 7, Concert at 7:30 o'clock.
Seats Can be Secured on that date at
J. A. Palmer's Drug Store.
Overture THE OATH
Waltz THE SYRENS
Selection THE PIUATES OF PENZANCE....
. . . Kitpi;
. . . .Aubrr
PROF. ISERGER, Conductor.
Terminating at 8:45.
INTERMISSION OF 15 MINUTKS.
Presentation of Pianos, Organs, Accor
deons, Gold & Plated Jewelry,
and $20 Gold Pieces.
O In all, 500 presents will be distributed amongst share
holders. TICKETS (Coupon attached) $2 00.
PICKERING Jc CO..
jel lt P. 0. Box 97, Honolulu.
TixlLO Notice !
General Groceries and Provisions,
ALSO, A FL'LL LINK OF
I have now connected with my Establishment
MILK DEPOT I
Where Fresh Milk from the wel-. known PAW AA DAIRY
may be obtained.
Goods will be delivered in any portion of the City, free of
Orders from the other Islands attended to promptly,
jel 1m J. D. RAMSEY, 67 Hotel Street.
ladies save your combings,
ALL KINDS OF
H. J I R W O 1-4 K
Made from Cut Hair and Combings.
HAIR 1YEI.G, CLK1XSI.G. tl'TTI :."(.,
SHAMPOOING and DRESSING.
Particular attention paid to Cutting and Brestimj
Ladicx and Children's Hair.
A First-Class Shampooing: Mixture
Home made, free of acids, and reasonable in price.
MRS. N. F. BURGESS,
218 FORT STREET,
Nearly opposite the Fort Street School.
MRS. BURGESS will go to the Eastern Stales on a Tisit nn
the July steamer, and will be pleased to fill any and all orders
for Gooda in her line, or anything eUe that she may be en.
trusted with. mySS tf
HONOLULU FIRE DEPART1YTT
Election of Engineers
TMIK ELECTION OF ENGINEERS FOR
the Department for the ensuing year, will take place in
the Engine House of Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2, on
Monday Evening, June 6th, 1881
Polls Open from 7 to 9 O'clock.
CHAS. T, GCL1CK,
Secretary 11. F. D,
MAIL NOTICE !
United States and Europe,
Dm S fi A nafrolia will rlntR Bt thp ClftlfVai IWt
' office on
Co-fi-ii-'ln'Tr .TnTifi J-T'It - -f-
OdlUlUtl V , . V, Itr 9
4 O'ClOCK, -Ir . JVJ .
A. P. BRICKWOOD,
june41t Postmaster General.
LAND FOR SALE!
EIGHTEEN ACRES OF SUPERIOR
LAND, situate In Kalihi A alley, Kona, Oahu, to be
bad at a bargain.
No better land can be found for the cultivation of Bananas
and all other tropical fruits. Title perfect.
Fee simple. Full particulars given at the i.fflce of C. T.
Oulick, No. 1. Kaahumanu St., or by A. Herbert, former pro
prietor Hawaiian Hotel. June43t
DR. THACHER'S DEHTAL OFFICE i
Will be Closed,
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
WANTED. SITUATION BV A
first-clasa Cook, or for self and wife. Reference allowed
to Mr. S. M. Damon. Apply care oi ai. u. lorreira,
Hotel Street. 3e lm
W. C. AKANA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
JO, 48 KING STREET. HONOLULU.
Translation of either of the above languages made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, m j21 ly
Mim Flmim and Elegant Fnrnltnre
JUST RECEIVED AT WELLS' IVIUSIO STORE.
RIos. G6 and 8 Fort Street, Honolulu. H. I.
'Pgr" Owing to the great
consequent hard times, Goods
Haviner ilist TPtnr npr1 frnm tVin nontroo nf
advantage of all opportunities
large Stock of Goods, which I
been offered heretofore.
Having purchased these Goods at extraordinary low figures, we give our Customers
the benefit as will be seen by the following prices :
FINE CHAMBER SETS, complete, (Imitation Walnut) $ 44,00
These Suits srrc the same kind and Quality as those soltl for $SO,
Other Suits at different Prices with
FRESH FROM THE FACTORIES, INCLUDES
Fancy Parlor Chairs, Upholstered Piano Stools, Bouquet Tables,
Walnut Extension Tables, (fall leaf); Marble-top Centre Tables, What-nots &, Side Stands,
Parlor Suits, upholstered in raw silk, hair cloth &. spun silk; Lounges, upholstered same styles,
Library, Office and Dining Room Chairs, Spring Mattresses, Wire Matresses,
Hair Mattresses, Cat Tail Mattresses and Feather Pillows;
Upholstered Folding Chairs and Patent Rockers, (new styles).
SOIMaESTEEISI ETEinr and. BTOVESIa !
THE ELKGAXT PATENT SOFA BED, just out. Call & Examine.
Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise ot every Description.
CHROMOS New Subjects, New Frames, New Prices
PANELS In over one hundred different Styles and Sizes, and at greatly reduced prices.
PICTURE FRAMES Of every kind and description made to order.
CABINET RUSTIC PICTURE FRAMES Prices greatly reduced. $2.50 per Dozen, 4 for $1.
Also, a Large Variety of BRACKETS, EASELS, MUSIC RACKS, WALL POCKETS, Etc., Etc.
jgT Orders from the other Islands filled with dispatch.
Thanking the Public for their very generous patronage in the past, I hope by close attention to business and a careful consideration
of the wants of the people, to merit a continuance of the same.
QEQ. IT - W K I S .
p S. Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repaired by a First-class W orkiuan. Leave your Orders at Wells' Music Store, Nos. 66
and 68 Fort Street. m)'2J Cm
I3 Tt A. IV T E K ,
GRAZIERS. MILL 0WSER8,
I HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
from Samuel Staines, Esq., of North Kohala, Island ol
Hawaii, to sell at auction at his place ol business, on
Thursday, the 23rd day of June,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
i THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY :
Leaseholds, Freeholds, Buildings,
&c, &c, &c.
j Thia properly immediately adjoins the Hawaii Sugar
Plantation of Robert K. Hind, Esq., merely a line of fence
dividing the two properties.
j LOT 1. Krnlnhrwn Freehold, contains, as per
j survey, 293 acres, on which is erected the following build
j ings : One dwelling house containing 6 rooms ; 1 house con-
taining 4 rooms, tongue and groove boards, iron roof ; two
j new buildings, each containing 4 rooms, corrugated iron
rooflng. The whole of these buildings are abundantly sup
i plied with water from a cemented cistern measuring 23x12x110
Stock proof cattle and horse pens ; also, about l,4u0 acres of
leased land, leased at a rental Delow a dollar an acre. On
j this land there is a well of water, fitted with pumps, capable
I of watering 1,000 head of stock per day.
; The Whole of this Property
I Is enclosed with a fence of four wires and redwood posts, and
ia divided by the Government Road, making three large en
i closures, with an aggregate of say nine miles of fencing as
Property at Puehuehu.
Lot 2. The property known as the " Kohala Hotel.'
. This is a two-storied building, 60x47, containing on the'
. ground floor 6 large rooms, the upper story consisting of a
j spacious and well lighted hall, recently fitted with stage, sets
i of scenery, drop curtains, dec , kc. This building wa erected
! during the latter part or 18S0.
Lot 3. One large building, used as a blacksmith's shop,
, 36x40, and cottage of 2 rooms with cook house adjoining.
Lot 4. One large building, consisting of store, 42x26,
j and carpenter's shop, 38x30 ; also, large cemented cistern
i back of same.
I Lot 5. Large dwelling house containing 9 rooms ; two
j bouses built of tongue and groove boards, containing 16 rooms
I with cook house and wash rooms, water cistern 20x12x8 .
i Lot C Consists of two cottages (each two rooms) and
ALL THIS FIXE PROPERTY
1 la situated at Puehuehu, the business centre of the district.
i The land is leased, having 12 years to run from the 1st of July,
i Lot 7. Thia property is situated at the Ilonoinu landing'
! and comprises about one acre of leased land, having 11 years
, to run, on wuicn is erected one dwelling house built of tongue
: and groove boards, one men's house, 24x16. very large chicken
i house and yard, large water tank, spacious wharf, large crane
i and tramway. There ia also a well of good water on tbe
THIS IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY
For those desirous of investing. The Kohala Railroad, now
in tirocess of construction, will run thrnnoh lf N'a 1 ther.
i by considerably enhancing its value, either aa a plantation or
i otherwise. The railroad will also run within a very short
distance of the llon&ipu and Puehuehu properties. This is a
bona fide sale, the proprietor being compelled to relinquish
business on account of ill health and intention of leaving the
Any further information may be obtained by addressing
SAM'L STAINES, Proprietor, or
juoe4 THOS. J. HA Y8ELDEN, Auct'r.
W. G. BORDEN,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCOT
LADIES' AND GENTS HOSIERY-.
Ladies, Gents' & Children's Boots k Shoes,
GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipe? Yankee Notions,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
3, 32. AND 34 FRONT STREET,
HIL O, H A. W All.
mylS 80 ly
AX AMERICAN GENTLEMAN OF EX.
penence in teaching, in college, private institutioa.
and private families, 1 willing to give instruction in privata
families, the languages and Koglisn branches included. Sat
isfactory references and cert iQcate will bt furnished. Ad
res, N., tbia oce. mar2
depression in business on the
can now be bounht for CASH
- va V . Willi ViO J &
in the way of bargains offered
WILL SELL FOR CASH
only Two Years ao.
STOCK OF FURNITURE COMPRISING
ILisie of First-Glass Goods,
Alarm Cash Tills. Clocks, Jewelry, &c, A:c, &c, &e. f
The following Goods which will be sold at
BOTTOM PRICES !
Jlales Best California Hay,
California Hard Red Bricks,
Barrels Fresh California Lime,
White Bros.' Best English Portland Cement,
Manila Ropes, Blankets, Pea Jackets,
Cases Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Cases Oysters, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Ales, Wines and Liquors ;
Cases Martell's Brandy,
Cases Bontelleau 4-diamond Brandy,
Casks Bontelleau k Ilennessy Brandy,
Cases Cutter No. 1 and O K Whitky,
Cases O F C K F Whisky,
Cases uuft Gordon Sherry,
Cases Best English Port Wine,
Cases Best California Port Wine,
Cases Claret, best brands;
Cases Old Maderia and other Wines,
Cases Best Knglivh Ale. qts and pts;
Cases Best English Porter, qts and pts
cases t. louis ueer, qts and pts;
Cases Boca Beer, qts and pts.
All the Well-known Brands
BEST ENGLISH ALES & PORTER
(OXSTAXTLY KEPT IX STOCK.
All the above mentioned Goods will be sold on the
Most Reasonable Terms
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
BV PERMISSION OF II IS EXCELLRNC1',
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
HAS BEEN SECURED FOR THE ABOVE
WILL BE USED ON THIS OCCASION.
XT EATscao be Secured at Palmer's Drug Store, one
day before the Concert. GET YOUR TI0KET3 AT ONCE
PKKERIXU & (O.
P. O. liux 1)7, Honolulu. 2t
THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY AND THE
Public geoerrally are informed that I bave succeeded in
making arrangements with competent linguists, and am pre
pared to supply TRANSLATIONS from or io tbe English lan
guage, or either of the following languages:
Hawaiian. Freaeh, Grrnaa, Ilallai
i.h. Partujufit, Chinese.
Orderr attended to with promptness. Accuracy guaranteed.
Copying, Engrossing, and writing of every de-cription done
with neatness and dupatcb. CHA8. T. G CLICK,
my21 lm 1 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
WHY DON'T YOU
San Francisco Gallery,
76 NUUANU STREET,
AND HAVE YOUR PICTUBLS TAKEN,
The Cheapest and tbe Best r my2S lm
Coast and in Eastern Cities and
LOWER THEN EVER
Kticinncc n nrJ T hnvp t niton
by buying for
Che aper than
UUOlllly-CCi Ull V A fMifiVll
SPOT CASH a
aner man cooas nave ever
New IVIacIiixic Shop.
J . M . D A I C L E
WAVING I'L'T INTO HIS ESTABLISH
11 MEM, at No. 20 King Street, a floe new
Engine and Iloilcr.
Is dow prenared to VJ
Execute Work in His Line. Ss?.
With quick dispatch, at low rates.
CLOCKS, KNIVU ia...i. f.
Repaired, Ground or Filed.
NO JOB OF WORK REFUSED. Li
.. . - 7" . . ..DreB j
Uutlery and burgical Instrument
-A. TEN CENT
Will receive as careful attention as any other.
cetcri o io o xjurse rower r.iigmca, Willi or wnuvu .- m
era. new. and In nerfeet order. For sal. rliran for cash. l
XT Orders from th other Islands carefully attended li-
m21 tf No. 20 King Street, opposite Station afnui
School of Cookery Restaurant,
Between Merchant & Queen Sts.
Liked by all; used lr thousands t reouiret no nufl"; sp"
f',r itself; acts directly as a TUNIC; nnsurpaaard, nutritio
light and easily digested; a boon to all; can t taken al
time. Thia old. well-known appetiser la pot up in the
MOST ELEGANT STYLE OF THE ABT-
Combines both eating and drinking.
lunch in Itself.
WKLL-KNOU V iitU SQUIRE HEALS,
Cannot be surpassed.
Board by tho Week, - - 4.00 J-njj
Ice Cold Soda. Cream. Aerated Water Drinks, all from fr
Fruits daily, lOcla per Cln.a.
ALFRED il. UOCGUTON. ,1 1
my21 ly qr Proprietor, i
-n a OfTlTTTS a rt . n a nmv-rn M-n ' 'dt I
EXCELLENT PASTURAGE IS NO W
offered to owners of borsea, where their stock will
well protected in enclosed ground, and obtain tha
Best of Manienie OrtiHS.
The pasture lands are only a short distauce from the CUT-
ana an atocss on the lands are under the supervision of com
petent attendants, so that
Owner, efthe beat af alack assay sxrad
their Horsea Co Ibis Pntiliiragn
without foar ot INJURY rt.
suiting during Iheiratay.
IT NONE BUT GOOD STOCK TAKEN, and at resem
Order or horse, left at No. Ill King Ptreet, will be lain
diately attended to, and horses will be returned at aoy ti"
desired, to tbe same location.
ORDERS (only) may be left at No. 1 Kaahaaana 8rt.
myZlln CIIA8. T. ti CLICK.
MURDER WILL OUT.
BUT WILL IT EVER COME OUT HOWf
ELECAXT nOTRES ARE TAKES SO CHEAP
AT THE SAN TT.ANCISC0 GALLERY.
7-5 M VSV iTBECT. jl
' At l
A nd nil
by Ilia d
' No ov
pal rnns f
lad I- o
Its la h i