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I aui, ani m vaiii-am. ho Wx
mes or iiie wealth ami intelligence of the
.State, in th. ir unrepresented condition
made a virtue of necessity, bore the op!
pression with patience, until the ignorance
and mismanagement of the creatures in
power became so glaring, that the natural
governing element of the State was permit-
Letter No. 79. London, March 5, 1SS2.
His Excellency, Mr. Carter, left London on the
2J instant, en route for Lisbon, bj way of Paris.
A pptcial carriage had been placed at bis disposal
by the South-eastern Railway Company. Mr.
Carter intends remaining in Paris about a fort
night, having rome diplomatic business there,
and will then proceed Tia Madrid to Portugal.
The Admiralty have just published Captain
Stephens report of his Tiit to Pitcaiia Island
last year with II. M.S. Thetie, wliila en route
from Coquimbo to Tahiti. He states that the
population has been increased by six births since
Admiral De Horsey ' visit to the island in 1878,
and now numbers 96 souls. They hare received
the two whale boats sent out to them from
EnglaHd, and are very proud of tbem. Captain
Stephens found the tople happy, contented and
io perfect health, lie adds to his report two
original letters written by twool the islanders
Mary Ann McCoy and M. E Christian given
to hiiu by Dr. D . f Honolulu, with whom they
constantly correspond. Pitcairn Island is now
visited regularly each year by one of the British
men-of-war on the Pacific station.
The captain of the German gunboat Wolf,
whie'i was despatched to investigate the wreck of
the steaujeliip Quinia, at Hainan, reports home
that the vessel is in a safe position, partly on
rocks and partly on sands, but that every mov
able thing on board 1h been eiti.er destroyed or
removed, and that only the bare hull remains.
The Meefoo sailed Irom here on her return vov-
! nge to China on the 19th ult., taking a miscel
laneous cargo. In commemoration ot his having
commanded 'the fir-f nteauier arriving in Europe
under the Clmu-e flag, Cptain Petersen has
been presented with a silver tea service by
the consignees of ti e Meefoo, which name, by-the-bye,
signifies Wealth and Beauty."
NOTES AND ITEMS.
The steam yacht Ceylon arrived at Hongkong
on the 24th ult. and sailed on the 2d instant for
Nagasaki, tTobably arriving at Honolulu before
this letter. The result of the Hawaiian elections
was communicated to European journals by the fol
lowing telegraphic despatch, dated Sun Francisco,
February 16th : V The returns of the elections
to the Hawaiian House of .saemblv point to the
complete downfall of the old missionary influence
and the condemnation oi the policy winch it in
spired." Sir Henry Parkes, the Premier of New
South Wales, is expected to arrive in London
from New Yotk about the middle of the present
month. He will return to Sydney in time to be
I resent at tbe opening of the Iloue of As
sembly in July next. The Central office of
tbe Universal Postal Union at Berne states, that
on the 1st of May the ' Union will embrace an
area of eighty-one millions square kilometers,
with a population of over eight hundred millions.
being about two-thirds of the whole population of
the world. I be rrencn government haa sud
denly recalled Captain Chesee, the Commissioner
General of tbe Republic at Tahiti, and for 12
vears employed in Colonial offices. This is sun
posed to be due to British remonstrances against
i the seizure of Raiateain August last by Captain
Menard of tbe llugon. 1'rince Henry of
Prussia has arrived at Jerusalem from Egypt
He will then pass some time in Switzerland
before starting for bis Dew cruise to tbe east
coast of South America in tbe corvette Olga.-
Late advices from the West Indies state tint
sugar making is now general and going on rapidly
with favorable weather. I he nret shipment oi
the new crop has already been despatched. Let
ters from Hongkong report that valuable land at
Bowrington haa been bought up by a Chinese
Company who are erecting a large sugar refinery.
for which first-clase machinery has recently been
shipped from Glasgow. The Anglo-Chinese of
the Colony propoee to construct an extensive
dock. H.M.S. Pelican arrived at Plymouth on
the 27th ult., bo days from the Straits of Magel
lan, after a four years' commission in the Pacific
Letter No. 80. March 20.
1 have received information that Mr. A. IIof
nuns, the energetic and efficient Commiesioner of
Emigration for the Hawaiian Kingdom at this
place, haa taken Bteps for initiating a service oi
steamships for emigration to Honolulu in future.
as being a more expeditious and more attractive
means of transportation lor the emigrant labor
era. However the Iodc voyage aronnd Cape Horn
involving an enormous conemption of coal, will
onlj admit of large steamers being employed,
which are very costly. It seems that Mr. lion-
nung has now succeeded in surmounting these
obstacles, for the Steamship Monarch, now at
Liverpool, 2366 tons register, 280 horse power,
classed A. 1, at Lloyd's, is now adverticed to sail
on the 25th instant for Honolulu. - This steamer
which also oilers accommodation for a few firtt
class passengers, will probably first go to St. Mi
chaele, to embark a full list of Portuguese emi
grants. On arriving at Honolulu the Monarch
will be the first steamship, making tbe direct voy
age from Europe to Hawaii. While Mr. Carter
is now at Lisbon, engaged in negotiating tbe emi
gration treaty with the Portuguese Government,
late advices from Australia report that Major
iergu6on, the special delegate of the south A as
traliun Government, has returned from Bombay,
after having succeeded in making arrangements
for the emigration of Indian coolies to that colo
ny. Mr. Kafferty tbe delegate lrom Queensland,
ij now at Calcutta for the same purpose. The
present time does not however seem very favorable
lor the negotiation of like treaties, at least for
other governments, as Sir Cbas. Dilke, the under
Secretary for f oreign Aoairs, stated in i'arlia
ment last week, that the emigration of coolies to
the French Iriand of Reunion had been virtually
stopped, for the time being, by the Indian govern
ment. pending a more satisfactory understanding
than at present exists with the French government
as to their treatment. Jiy the last census in rsv
ember 1881. Reunion had a total population ol
nearly 170,000, of which over 30,000 were In
dian coolies, and only 500 Chinese.
THE STEAM YACHT SUNBEAM,
With Lady BraBsy on board, arrived at Gibral
tar from Tanglers on the 4th instant, and Lady
Brassey was visited on board by the leading resi
dent of tbe port aud the othcers ot the garrison
and fleet. Sir Thomas Brassey bas now publish
ed tbe first volume of his new book on 'lhe Brit
ish Navy ; its strength, resources and administra
tion. and certainly nobody is better qualified
to write on this subject, than the present Under
Secretary of the Admiralty, who is well known
at Honolulu by his visit in the Sunbeam, as by
tbe cordial hospitality with which he received
King Kalakaua at bis country seat lust year
Much of this book was written on board of the
Sir Charles Wyville Thomson, late professor of
natural history at tbe hdmburgh university, died
at his residence near Linlithgow, on the lUtli in
etaot, aged 51. He was the director of the scien
tific etail of the Challenger expedition, and author
of several books on tins cruise. Sir J. Pope Hen
nesey, Governor of Hongkong, comes to England
next month on a year's leave of absense, and be
Will probably not return to Hongkong. Mr
Marsh, the Colonial Secretary, will be acting Ov
ernor of the colony. The Bishop of Honolulu "i
visit t j this country is stated to have been un
dertaken for the following reasons : To obtain
an increased support for tbe general fund of his
mission, to carry through tne press a revised edi
tion of the Hawaiian prayer-book, and to solioit
special assistance for the erection of the Honolulu
cathedral and for the endojvment of tbe sec.
H. M. Schooners Charity and Conflict, 1 gun,
120 tons each, now on the Australian and West
ern Pacific station, being practically worn out,
will be sold or broken up. and it bas been decid
ed that small steam vessels shall eventually re
place them. F. B.
TJie Assam Emigration Bill-
The Supreme Council of India has been occu
pied for some time with the consideration of the
Assam Emigration Bill, the main object of which
is to amend the existing law with a view to pro
mote the emigration ol the surplus population of
"Vidia into the Tea districts of Assam. The Bill
A A r. 1 ;n .ninnnun tn rpnrpfipnlu finna frnm
preleTvs ' was strenuously opposed In the
their perSfcr., of ,he coolie by tl,e British In
league in t. l.it was passed on the 5tb
matter afreU-'T,1?UUt;i facilitate the supply of
came before the lew fr tfi the same time to
ButnsCominissioneiP'ent Ptecljn of
thority should be arethere-
fore of Interest here i nview of pending legislation
regardid-; Indian Itntnig'atiun to- the struits. ;
il-e re.aiioi.f between Indian Loohes and tne lea i
Planters of Assam and Planters io the Peninsula I
mav be said to be very much the same, and legis
lation, suitable and applicable to one, is applica
ble and suitable to the other. The Assam BiH is
intertill! trt rp nUcft the In.iian Act VII of 18T3.
and the two chief points on which it diners from
, r - - - . I
that Act are the extension of the permissive term
of contract from 3 to 5 years, and the allowing of
contracts to be made in the Tea districts. The
Bill further circumscribes the limits beyond
which a deserter can be arrested without warrant
from ten miles to five miles from a Magistrate's
residence. Aa both the extension of tbe term of
contract and arrest without warrant are points
of much interest to Planters here, we make the
following extracts from tbe discussion on the
Bill in the Viceregal Council upon these ques
I will not take up the time of the Council by
repeating any part ot the temperate and able re
ply or the planters so the British Indian Associa
tion. 1 will only make a very few remarks on
two points respecting which that reply might
have been fuller. The Association objects to the
extension of the term of tbe contract from three
to five years, and tho Hon. Maharaja bas repeated
the objection. Hut five years is tbe term lor
which coolies may be engaged to serve in the
French colonies under Act 11 of l?7l, and Art.
IX of tbe convention with France printed in the
third schedule to that Act, one reason of course
boing that for the first year or two the raw cooly
is learning his business at the expense of bis em
ployer, who cau only be recouped for that expense
and lor ttiecot-t ol importing him by the cooly 's
skilled service lor three or f ur years. 1 am in
formed that niiinv young Englishmen who come
out here as assistants in merchants' offices bind
themselves for periods of five years from the date
of arrival. lunruth. the mention ol any term at
all is a restriction, for the benefit oi the servant,
of the liberty to enter into contracts of service af
forded by the law of England. In Wall is v. Day,
2 M. and W. 273, the Court of Eechequer held
that a covenant to serve a carrier during the cov
enanter's whole life was good in law, and that de
cision has been approved by the very latest text
writer (Smith L. C. 8th edition Vol. I p. 432 Pol
lock's Contracts 316.) Under our Bill the max
imum term will be five years ; but in Pilkington
v. Scott, 15, M. and V . 657. the agreement of
service was for a term of seven years, and in
Hartley t Cummings, 5 C. B. 247. it was also
for seven years : and in both these cases the agree
ment was upheld. I admit that in France a con
tract of service extending over the whole life of
the contractor is deemed inconsistent with indi
vidual liberty and is accordingly forbidden by the
Code Napoleon, Art. 1780. But under that Code
any term of service not virtually amounting to a
contract for life would clearly be valid.
Then as to thj power toar.est without warrant
coolies deserting their service, the British Indian
Association seems to think this a novelty in Anglo-Indian
and English law, and haa the hardi
hood to say that it does not differ widely from the
Fugitive Slave Law of America. But the Fugi
tive Slave Law contravened the common law of
the free States, which was the common law of
England, according to which a slave, the instant
he lands, becomes a freeman. The Fugitive Slave
Law required all citizens to render personal aid
in arresting slaves in case i f resistance ; excluded
the testimdy of the fugitive, and rendered penal
any assistance given to him. There are other
differences between the two laws, but I have said
enough to show that we are justified in regard
ing the comparison us a mere handful of rhetor
ical weed. Then, as to precedents for the statu
tory power to arrest runaway servants without
warrant. A Babu called Kunja Lai Baner'i, in
Paper No. 10, says : Except in case of military
desertion, your petitioner is not aware whether
such power bas been conferred on an employer in
any other country by its legislature to arrest by
force a private servant leaving bis emplhyer's ser
vice." Now, I can quote one precedent with
which every one, except, apparently, the Associa
tion and this Babu, must be familiar. Since 1854
for the last twenty seven years throughout the
United Kingdom, when any seaman or apprentice
deserts from any merchant ahip in which be is
duly engaged to serve, the master or any mate,
or the owner, ship's huspand, or consignee, may
apprehend him without first procuring a warrant,
and the police must assist in the arrest if requir
ed, oo it is enacted Dy the &ngnsii statute ii
and 18 Vic. S. 246, and this section is copied in
the Indian Act I of 1859, S. 86. Would any of
the parliaments held during the present reign
have enacted anything like a Fugitive Slave Law ?
But the closest precedent is the Burmah Labour
Law, Act II of 18 b. Sec. bo, which enacts that
' ii any immigrant deserts or attempts to desert
from his employer's service, such employer or
any other person acting in i.i- br half may, without
warrant, aud without the i.sis am-e of any police
officer (who nevertht-lcsc t-iiull be bound to give
such assistance if on tied upon to do so) apprehend
such immigrant wherever he may be found. My
Lord, when we remember that the author of the
Burma h Labour Act was Sir Arthur Hobhouse,
the man of nil the men I have ever known the
roost completely filled with a noble passion for
constitutional freedom and right, we may, I think,
safely pass a section which the five miles limit
makes far leas stringent than that which 1 have
And when we also remember that the clause
objected to is copied from a section which has ac
tually been in force 6ince 18o (Uengal Act Ml
of 1873, S. 122), and has given rise (so far as I
am aware) to no malpractices, we may estimate
at its true value tbe suggestion ot the Association
that the planters peons will use this power for
the purposes of revenge or extortion." Straits
(From the Wasr of San Francisco.)
It ia believed at the time we write that the
President will veto the bill, and give our
formidable contemporary another opportu
nity to make war upon tne uenerai uov
ernment. which he will doubtless d if not
prevented by an engagement elsewhere, as
by some remarKable iatality it nas Hereto
fore happened that he was. For ourselves
men of peace we shall deeply regret a
veto by the President, but we will not light.
We do not care to see this town blown to
dust and rubbish by the eruns of Alcatraz,
nor to have one of the tenth-rate ships of
the United States navy steam into port and
capture our State militia. We beg tb,e Sec
retary of War, the Secretary of the Navy
and all in authority at Washington, to take
notice that the Wasp will submit; that
there is no fight iu us at all ; that the more
the President exercises his constitutional
power, adversly to our interests, the more
meekly loyal we shall become. We have
not forgotten the history of 1S61 1865, when
ten millions failed to accomplish against
twenty millions what it is now thought that
one million may accomplish against forty
nine millions. True, the ten millions had
not the advantage of assistanco from the
editor of the Argonaut. He was not then
The Sexes in Australia. The tendency of
tho two sexes to equalise their comparative num
bers is well attested by the returns of population
in tbe Australian colonies since they have begun
to increase in material prosperity. Twenty
years ago preponderance of male over female
colonists was exceedingly large, the totals being
for the whole of Australia 737,000 men against
527,000 women. The difference now is rather
less, the totals recorded in 1879 being 1,500,000
against 1,216,000. It is, however, somewhat
remarkable that during tbe later portion of the
time, under consideration this equalising process
has not been going on with anything like the
rapidity noticeable before. In fact, the tendency
was rather in the opposite direction ; for wrier tan
tbe proportion of men to women in 1861 was
about 10 to 7, and in 1871 about 104 to 8 in
1870 it was nearly as much as 10 to 8. But in
tbe case of the colonial districts, which are im
proving most rapidly, the assimilation is still going
on with full force. Thus, in New Zealand, which
shows a very high rate of increase in general
population, the proportion of women rises from
38 to more than 44 per cent., whereas in the
more old established districts, where they are
larger towns, it remains almost stationary. In
New South Wales and Victoria the rates have
varied very slightly, either in period f eight or
the period of eighteen years, and during the
whole time have been fixed at about five men to
every four women. Globe.
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COMPRISJXQ IN PART:
FIME B R B S S GOODS!
PLUSHES, SILKS, V ELVETS, TRIM M I NOS,
UUGLES, BEAD TRI VI MINGS, la all color,,
ORNAMENTS, CORDS. LACKS, rillXOKS.
Xr The above LIST OF GOODS CAME WITH and WEEK SELECTED BY Misa SACHS. Sialrr f Mr,. A. M
M ELLIS, who purchased tbem especially
jg- TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE
LADIES OF THESE ISLANDS I
ALSO, FROM THE
Celebrated International Clotliinf- Comjmny,
I HAVE RECEIVED PER "AN.IEII IIEAD," another full Lla mf
OEXTS, YOUTHS, ANI BOYS'
These Qotxla are FIRST CLASS, AT BOTTOM PKICE3, and hare been .elecU-d
TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PEOPLE OF THESE ISLANDS t
'11HE UNDERSIGNED ALSO TAKES PLEASURE la ANNOUNCING i ibe I'll 111 II'
1 that he haa HA S ADDED ANOTHER DEPARTMENT to bn already full .tore, via: a .,.-.
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Gaiters, Ankle-ties, Etc., Etc.,
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls, Youths & Children.
O F B 3F?L .A. JS j&l. 2VT 2Z H 353 I I .
THESE FINE S NO A l.S rr n NEW BRAND aid VERV NICE AND COMFORT 4 111 K
IT LDIES SHOULD TRY THEM
All ihti ulove NEW GOODS are now open for inspection, and attentive Clerk will have
much pleasure in thowing Goodu.
A. M. MELLIS,
Honolulu Clothing- Emporium,
mj21 ly 1Q4 FORT STREET. BREWER'S BLOCK.
PLANING MILL ! !
127 FQRT ST.. HONOLULU.
Planing, Stuping, Tarnln?,
Baud and Stroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Blind?,
Door and Window Frames,
Brackets, Ballostrrs, Stairs, Etc.,
Made t Order
MOULDINGS & FINISH
ALWAYS ON HAND.
XT A 11 order, fllle.1 on auort notice and Jobbing promptly
Moulding, ma-le to any pattern without extra charge for
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
XT Order, from tbe other Islands promptly filled. Plat,,
and .peciflcation. furni.hed to order.
C. J. HARD ICE.
nol21f H. F. BERT ELM ANN.
ffgy Thirty-two pieces all wool dress goods for
only 25 cents per yard, at Chs. J. Fish els' popu-
OBGAN TUNING & REPAIRING
CoNSrVTKP WITH OCR
rilOPOSE TO G1E TO
WHO PATRONIZE OS
Every Case !
I07 FORT STRKKT. IIIIX'H.1'1-
G KNEK A I.I.Y THAT TIIKIU wlO.'K OK
TO THE PUBLIC I
WE "AVE RECENTLV OPENED THE
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PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Inh.!0!8 Prlenc aa MECHANICS warra.... u. r.
All Orders we may be Favored With
Attended to under our own Personal
Ad4 cated In I thorough, competent and wo,kmntii,,
Banner, on the moat approved Banlury I?riJf7pi" k
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
WE TRl'Sr TC MKRIT A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE ?
And wa .hall at all time. endeavor Io Ki, ,, p,.ori.
the .UDo. aatUfaction both , Xn
work and Moderate Charge..
1Xouso,Dj to.lr Job Worli
BiTIIS, WATER CLOSETS, WASU BOWLS, Ele.
ALWAY8 ON HAND. '
oppo.it. t. r. rjsroj:""- ssr1
CP" Boys' all wool suits from $4 np at Chs
P., o . v. o -a.