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P. M. S. S- Co.'s Time Table for 1S82.
Ton. Sas Fa
lty f Sew V-r..Ji s
Zealandia Ju! 3
City of Sydney Jn-, ,
n'I1 A t,4 2s
tttyof New Yora....S,.pt 1.
City of Hydnay NT 3)
Aoatraha Iw' 1,
r lb-i t
' ' or y.Inry ....M, i4
rly of N-w V-rk...Ji,iy o
Z-alandia Ult 4 .
ity of My.ln.-r ....rtt.t J
Aa.tr.!l, Oct 1 '
-it -f New York. ...u. t .-J i
Z'ln.li .Ne ; ;
City of My.ln-y lu-c
ritiOAr, Ai-iui. t.ix.
Bc"'"" donn tb. w.rk past Uaa .laramea aome- '
what la volume tB all Udm of trad-, au.l .to.-. the 21-iid :
l&atant but tittle baa-raloiM.,1 t , a4auc b.t-.lii to
commercial clrdtt Oo tb date iu-uti.-n.-J the I itiii
In of two tari.je of d.u.t..- j rvdu. c t ti c ,a-t.
occnmng It UU lmn..ll-lj .ft. r th lr Limi.t
par Amy Tarnr t Nw T .rk. a r.,mi r.f a-t.ity
la cntutscrr.ial cir Ua .litrin Iho w.-k. bat tbc t. u
rrtTal of u,:r f r-.tn wia.lar.l (.orta in anytbtux like ,
Urm 'inantUlr baa l..liv l tit ir.ailir j ilr.In. iu
tha np trad. In rrl r.t,t tu nvir't Uu.Un-y iu
4montratr.l by tb prtr obtatur.l at tb pair-, U:.
during tb paat wt tb raliat-.i f r.,tt tbc 1 aoM.
(a ilrtailcl la another cIiiiu). fjr nrtIiu the or).--
ht.'GAR Tb r.-ij, f our tit- 1 r -ln. t .turr la.t
writing amount to tb a'-rt t ilul l..,jiu
Tb ablprocnta larlu.! tbe auiount takro by tb Ata
lauta, f'orrat Qitrro, Couurl",
4.37 Ji lb.
BK.K Tbe concrutrallon of tin article ll.t.. tit- Lin I.
of a fw b Ta. ntiy lntrUI t boM. allow of
bat litll tuornirtit at frr.rnt, allbouh amall
ablocurnta ar contianally fcoinu foraad. Tbrrr la no
Jimbt If tb report regarding tbc ah-rt.ir in th- I aroliua
crop ta trtie. tbat th ttitr vtalion of llaitaiian will
abow dcllrt a.lan. r. Tin- bl(u. fit f .r th- ink
t Han Kram taro ar! aiuwlial lar-r than u-ual, and
oxxuit t -"J.'.o 0 lbs.
Tb riporta for the wrrk r.nlt .f tb car-n-a tak-:a
by tb t'orrat (Jhd. Atalauta. C.'uu-! aiiu II. V. Aliuy
to Bao TrancuMcw and amount In t-.tsl valuation to
$ih8,4U3 Si. Tb Inirvtrta arc vrry li'ut, ouly on car.
coal, by tbc t'tona.
Tb Earrka, Kalakiua, 51-jrr. Anna. Falkliihiirg and
Othrrs Wer all op and loading at Sao i'ranct-u-o at Ia.it
advice anil eitber may b tbe ftrat aatliux v-aitel to
arrtv about tb 2nd to 5th irot. Tbe next vtuel
ailing to the foant from tbla l"rt will be the II V Almy.
to- morro W-
poiit or Honolulu, 11. i.
Apr lit Hv.br Wallel. from 31ahk
2:1 tmr Llkelike. from Illto
2J -tmr Kilauea Ilou. from Kabnlul
Slmr I-hna. from Maul and Molf-kal
2U Stmr Cbarlra K bibtp. from Kauai
M rtcbr t atartna, from llanalet
03 ntmr Jaa Make. Iroui Kauai
'iH rrbr Krkauluobl. from Ilanalt-I
fi rv: tir Haunanl, friu llounapo
tl rVbr Netu Mernll. from l.ahatua
77 Hchr Kaala. from V atanae
3 Stair Iwalant. from Kona aud Kan
38 Slmr Waimanalo. frum Waiinanalo
Apr! OC Br lb I'lotia, Ilbtxle. C7 dya frm Newca.tle. N-jW
AprlW 8:hr Paoahl. for Kuhalalrle
M S hr Ks Jo. for Laupaboeboe
tl H-hr Jennk. fur Kubalalrle
2 S-br Kaala. fur Walana
24 Htmr C K llialiop. for Kauai
34 8 tmr Mokolll. fur Koolaii
24 tk-br Milli MorrU. fr Mulukat
i Hcbr Mana. fur faakaa
24 cbr Itiib Kuy. fur Mulokai
2 Si hr V aoabi. for Kobalalcle
la tv-br Ealuna. fur Maltko
3i Htmr Llkelike. fur liil-
2i hlral Kllauea Hoa. fur Kahulnl
ritmr VValmaualo. for H clinanalo
US Mmr Ibua. for Molukai an-1 Maul
-j.V-H. br W allele, fur Maliko
2A HV-br Catartna. for llanalrl
Jrt Schr Oen'l ir-l. f'-r Walalua
2il a tmr Jamea Makr. for Kauai
Aprtn Oer bk AUlanta, Mehnnann. for ran Franclaoo
j-i Am ba Foreat Queen. V inillmr. for can franctaco
J4 Whig bk Lunlsa. fur rrutu
, Am btn Conaoelo. HowarJ. for San ranctM-o
br bk Llull Bell. MoUurd. fur Victoria, B C
rOHCIU.V VKSSKUH IX I'OUT.
Am atrhr Ida Schnaner. Spencer
Miaalonary b M rnliw Si tar. Bray
Am bktn Amelia. Newball
Am bk H W Almy. freeman
Am bktoIrtc"ery. "rmmaa
Br ah riuna. Kbotiea
Vel Eaax-eleJ fr.wa Kr-ia ! .
IX C&1SK8Z. O W M-crarUn. t o
Bk Furnea Abbey, ihtnt-'U. due. t. Brewer it Co.
U B M S Triumph, Chile, dbtfl
. Imnnoia. '- ubtfl
B MUa. New Vork. du. Caatl C-.-k
Bk Ad.lpu. Bremen. June. H U kfel.t Co
Bk Pra.lo. Bremen. June, li Ha. kfeld
BrbkPrtacllla,wcati. " "."I. -
Am whig bk Kuropa, eruta. doubtful
Am whig bk Uanter. cruiae
Am whig bk Joaephln. crul
Am whli( bk Hoaan.eralae
Am whU bk Sea Banger, cruiae
Tern Eaima Claudin. San rauclaeo to Hilo. April
Bk Kalakaua. San l ranclaco. April. Scbaefer A Co
Am whig bk stamooni. crai-w
Uktn Eureka. an vranvue-o. .apt.
Bk Catbartan. 8n Francisco. April. I aatle
Bif W O Irwin. San Franc-lavo, April
BktneJ A Falkluberg. San Franclaeo, April
Briir W II Meyer, San ranrtaeo. pni
Bk Kl. Bremen. July. H Mackfe-LJ Co
Sour Mouareb. Uverpawl. Tta AMM.Jane
Srhr Julia. South Sea. May." A iFCuokc .....
p if i Auatralla.Culonle. May htb. Hackfeld Co
Bk Joaepha. Cardiff. July. Uackfrld A Co
" . 1LO.NG TIIK WIUKVEs.
i Th II W Almy la at tb F-planade loade.1. and aaila
"thla (Saturday) morning fur Ban Franciax-u.
Tb. Dlo.ery U at tb PM SS wb.rf .ded aiv il wl J
. v., ...i .ii n.in..f..r ru Fraucisco. Mra Cap!
.ierrVmaoompaniea her buaband tbiatrllK
Tb. Am bk Stella. Sotumer-t fr.,m Sew Yrk U'J
tbla port 1.
now tuny OUe. I ue m - .-
uueat. from Boaton
ill be itae nen wee a.
Capt frl Smith of D.rtmocth Ma-s. late of wh.liw
bark Ohio, la tocomniana we ii..o, ... . - , .," ...,.
now fttuna out at New Bedford for a crtnae In the Arctu.
ThT Writ would . fur th I'.ctiic aU.ut the middle of
Th. new .team whaler, built In Sail FraurUco. w. ul I
all from that port fur tbe Arctic, ou lr first voj.r. on
the 20th int.
Tbla I th. proper aeaaon of the year for the fullowinii
n,h .t!ry:-An eicltlnif whale hunt l relHrte.l fro...
'h. 3 r.l of th. l-betlaud Islands where tbree
LundTe wb.l- bav. been captured by a fleer of ..... 1
akUJ bahlng boata peculiar to tueae 1-UnUa. AU.ut U nr
" ... V..i-.i ih.l. known as the bottle-nose.
wer. obrrrd aporUng in Veea.lale Bay. aud. aa aoon
!. new. spread, erery i..Ub!.b.t w. aiued and a
, -v4j cbaa. commenced, with tbe reaun inn uimu. -j
thxet -ared were atranded."
Tb wbaiTBift-rk Louisa arrived dnrlmt the past week
and after !. iluTTtMa (,tl, aailetl aain on tne Ji-tn inr-t for
a cruis. Tb crew expa-i, their deaire to have a run
on shore to rather a f.-mvi. n-.anner but their wi.-bt
wer not acceeded tn.
Th Fiona arrived In port ou tha 2'th list. 67 days
from Newcaatle. NSW. she brings it""--- tuna of
coal the larmt aloxl rar. ever brought to tlu- port) to
Mesara O W Macfariane A Co.
Tb bark-ntlue I ncle John from Tort Towuacnd 1 dis
charging lumber at Mabukooa. Hawaii.
Th brig Hazard coal-laden baa arrived at Kahulul ami
Vfl TlF diavhargine
i4 V JLkwbk Fctj
ort has nulshrd dischartniz ber coat
A s --uiuni. buj alter oaiiastiuu will aaii V -r ine
.S . ...
jVJia " miner lor sjtiurj.
l.mv-n ,'aa mmt .la hT. T(rali 4r)lln a - i t a I t..r '..-.
tWr. the tinaiuat. both fuuvi,.ii
w Conai.Ir raLle arrul atl
i-n as taviii--
2 n prtable wiupvii(
Mtaatunary t UoruiOK btar. tray
lit bk LUila U,lle. Muli,'tjarJ
Oc bk Atalanta. Mobmiaoa
Am bk Foreal yuro. w lo-tln
Am bktna Amelia. Ncwhall
Am bk W U Almy, raetuan
Am bs(tn t'onauelo. Ituward
Am bktaa Placuvcry. rrmtuan
l Th. Fiona 1. at b. x-lke ike war. jmo w...
US' ton. "al. ah draw, but 19 feet of water. Sh came
to Mraara O W Macfariane Jt Co.
5-t7E?f V"rM!ta V - ' , "KnTKt"ni 1 . ' nce !- .1 Tt aboit 500 r'Ple w,,r.L Here there Uy 8uited for otnei ole nour over tne puar-
l-Sch,X.tbUj to keevta ..orca laft ;.,.,e ; and we coLUB the contle ce that abot h.bl0rers on the . or au j be.Wethe stage, a spacious area
hnr or v.,: lttln,U of m Tn be - R reino,Dt i provided. On last
lschruufu, .a-" -ins and- iii ' slue tuue' -rh' Mormons lease to "ly I fviette on a level wit the occasion for the first
X-V I r -t A -Mil. A A t as well as the , sbort,y TboJ tlie leases are strong y quette uh puUic dituclu hu,, anJ
a r J i aa' . a....... a-.w.a mr . m a-a a a a ? 1 t'lll . a- aa" f .ra va. a. . l . .. l I . am . a
April-Br bk Earl DalbooaU. Jarrla. for- -j" t fSC'. l-' - v a-'i1 . tit all V TlotS Ot la"a 101 - - ,vmtcancht seuuig .-i-- jot w""o . " - .
i-b il . .bwr. m thast7i 7 j not rejoice V wthtany ew " omen on the ,vuetUiiy emngng gnccfgs-pronng tbe
... iipf - r.Ni.KitMti.NKi, i, tvi.vaJ itilst disease is vrordea. j.rtertug vith tne w wtaut J . . blli(1infT . ...
NJ-rt- I - - 7Viili " ,. :., or Ol'li""' " , t.:a liOlulliK - ' 1 it tue oun" o o - f"'
FOREIO.V WKi tS I-O.tT. J ,nts fof thf.Jl.WVtt" OVer SttUent. forfeus VWM of being 1 gr;lUinm,ut. and affording
Am bk tr Turner. N.w.ii ns. t" ,bl Ll11" ulement bas the n . e eeu laid of a.; it ,t-uiblic patrouacre will nit!
a.n acar id. n,hu.urr Hm-rr n ete- ' . . i7. . ' bflut -in,., foundations nac han- ...t,irable adarunJUC P'lrouaKe will nlti-
Vaaala tCxata1 frattaa Farriai !
V. Caylua. EViyan. Traaca. doe.
Ilk tUlwartl May. Uaerpool. April. O W Marfarlaiitr X l
lik 1'orneaa Abbey. Btmtoa. April, to lirrwrr X Co.
U B M 8 Trtampb, Chile, ilblfl
Ana (tobtjat Iron lv ia. & '- Jbtfl
bk Stella. New York. April. Ca--tle h Cooke
bk Adolpb. Bremen. Jnne. 11 Ha. kfrM A Co
Bk tarado. Bremen. Juw, It lla. kfrl-1 ; I o
Br ah floua. Newcaatle. N-W, due, U la farlai.f-A Co
Br bk Prtat-illa, Newcaatle. N S W. May. Wll.lrr A Cj
Am wblK bk Kurop. craiae. duabtful
Am whig bk Uonier. craiae
Am wblj bk Juaep'uloe. crult
- Am wblf bk Haaan. cruiae
Am wHltf bk Hea Hanger, cruiae
Am whig bk itamboul. crtiieo
Torn Emma Clandlna. San Itaudwu t- H.l.t. April
Bk Kalakaua. Ha a Frauclaro. April. Scbaefrr A C
Bktne Eureka. San Pratt.-!.-.., Apul
Bk Catbartan. Sao Frani-laco, April. 1'a.Mle k Cokr
BiWU Irwin. Man r-ran.-la.-o. April
BktneJ A FalkJntxTK. 8au 1'raDia.u. April
Brig W U Ueyer.ran Fra.irt-o. April
Bk Kale. Bremen. July. II Uat-krelJ A . o
Mtmr Uonarrb. Lleerpwol. Tia Azr.-a. J atf
aV-br Jalla.sKiuth Sfaa May, A F Cxk
?Hal Auarralta, Coloulra. May tsth. Hat kft-U X Co
k Joeephr. CarUiff. July. Uackfrld X Co
'illaii-l. Mr J
I..,.....,. ... . -"".
J non Kuibrlini
- - - -1
I'-Ilkr Ar. ....... I'...,.. 1..
f ana i., i
- f alio It. Mr '..Mr..... i"v w
rT I'M F.-auria.-,
hit:.y. h t.T,t..
IT II W Almy. April 2-D T
i. lfr ml rl .1.1 ll i. T . - ... i
llraWj l;n -u ... . t.ii i-n i ...
Jiapi-. an.1 1 i Llo-
. I'ir.r.aiiQ. i',
-t Hirrtruur. F. W
DarC l. W II
t. Along. A
d a miuibtr
-I CPtobt rt, J Kiraw j.J, '
I--ri - r 4 Itarn.a
' -- - . i' v i", r r-ri-ii i.
for s,n Iran
Kw.-n and rbiM
I' F..r.t yuf.ii, April 'i Mr
Mr Millar-1. Mrt 9iatI. Mi. Willfnn.
'1. J Munlli If I l.tl I .rl
J-.i.o ii . . " ' 'wart. v. iuoi. n it Mitclieu.
J ,l.n "oran. M,.KO.re!.J Burke. John Backl.y.
bar -'!'.'iK ""? ,.KU- ,'r April ?--HoD J Eau-
Vi i ? . :. "'. Rl- bar-ln. Hon J W
. V"r . t,.. V T R ,t. I W.aa. -. W Car-
L' II . .... .. ..
Juar M Joy. John kit-b
-i - -.. twin i t-rowt.ii.
ar.!, l l.aa H.lva. Mra V Urookn.
if i. n !...:ti. i: ;n
IA K t Kilana. Ka-ial. ou tb litb inatant
.u mi ..i r.i.en in.w:. on.
Mi:.':i.If.L On V- lr 'sctu A.nl.attbe realdenr.
',, '''' K K.q .t. lb wile of R4. I. -
il'rnll. ..f Kan .be. a da.iutrr.
TAYI.OK On f'rtJay.'th Ap. ll. t-j tr wife uf Wr.y
Tay.-r. a non.
SA1UI:IAY Al'KIL 2'J. W2.
'IliJ Cp;i irg of th- Setiion.
On this the opening d:iy of tho Iegi.tlative
A .HeinbIy of 1-vJ, tlie P. '. A bVKKTISEK
lrfeitt.s il eIi torial iiieri."ge to thai aseni
b'ed Mutates of the realm.
There is on sill iles a great expectation,
and with Home a great apprehension, in re
.lect to the action and i.s.sues to be ilevelojr
tl by the present Anseinbly. Itut what H
tlie AKsenibly? It is not a conclave of
eminent ordained mortals, apart from the
peop!e ; but is simply a part of the leopIe,
and can do little more than reproduce in
it.s action, the views, alms, habits and pur
)oses of its constituencies. The relations of
representation mid of constituency' should
be reciprocal; and if electors lme great
, and gMnl things of the elected, they must
strive to prompt, assist, and advise, those
chosen to be lawmakers. As-embl and
, cop!e must work together for the common
good. Iloth are under mutual obligations.
Lt not any voters, or non-voting residents
who were !issat:slied with the election con
tinue to say that they are " unrepre.sented;',
hut accepting the choice of the majority,
let them eo-operate with the chosen repre
! sentatives helping them with their advice,
', information, and suggestions, for the com-
i "The kingdom is to be established iu
I righteou.-ne.ss" is a saying more significant
now then ever before; because law fails of
' its fulfilment, and righteous enactments en
' cumber our statute books as mere dead let-
- ter, to an extent that makes administrative
! reform the execution of righteous law the
' crying necessity of our times,
""And above all, a faithful sanitary ad-
f ministration and instruction is needed by
I the Hawaiian ieople. The health and wel-
fare of the whole people must be regarded
i tis the paramount object of the Government.
I It is not medication that the people require
so much as instruction in the laws of health,
and the removal of preventable causes of
disease. Ilemedies are no doubt needed,
aud to be employed for Immediate suffer
ing; but any hope iu the preservation or
increase the race is of only possible of ful
filment through systematic training in the
practice of hygiene.
Provision also must be made for repopu-
t lation, by measures and imiortations con
! sistent with the welfare and Increase of
the aboriginal people, the chief constituent
of the Hawaiian kingdom.
Our highways by sea and land should le
increased and improved; and for this as well
as f r all other national work there should
be systematic plan, ami service rendered
under responsible contract. The means of
the nation should be employed liberally to
provide facilities of inter-communication,
and to promote as much as possible the en
tire effectiveness of our postal service.
The iortof Honolulu should be improve.!,
its channel deepened, and all encumbran
ces and annoyances removed; am! any pass
port for ingress or egress should be abolished.
The planting and other industrial ami
productive interests require the aid of judi
cious diplomacy ami legislation. The reci
procal interests of labor and capital must
be carefully considered. These islands have
their own peculiar physical conditions; and
legislation on this subject should be shaped
iu accordance with our insular conditions.
Kvery estate of the realm must recognize
the organic law, without which, the country
would be liable at any moment to irrespon
sible action, and a ruinous state of anarchy.
Without constitutional order the kingdom
would lapse into tyranny or anarchy. This
is a constitutional kingdom; to it as such
the P. C Advkktiskr, under the present
management, renders a faithful allegiance.
The loyal support of the King, and the full
publication of royal movements at home
and abroad, have not been the inspiration
of tho courtier or the toady ; but of an hon
est desire to uphold the Hawaiian monarchy
and Hawaiian Independence, unaffected by
any ieroiial feeling in regard to the In
cumbent of the Throne.
If to nlcase a constitutional ruler,
should advise the diversion of public mo-;
from its legitimate channel or apo j
nt-should advise its applicati"
, .sua nu stfel. t,
jwe not at all promotive of p e
then let us be branded as s"1
toady, only anxious for plaJ- Vacation,
. . i. i .ur
ine nt, ami uueriy unwuriaji,,, t i i
nr i, hoin'-t und intellm-fr ..Klin wenc
K I-- i . . J.,
.! ft.llOUli.1 I
aTT"uri" --f r ...ere
.. nre iruo't -
tions of all kinds'! wough; J,rtMi-v."
The need of such mea.IL1' - -i ,he immorality
viliie et"-"-- -
rpom u.uOU thejn
thi, ! kingdom. paiu.c. hort tMf . ,ilia:riskmers
1 a a . a nlll . . a 1 UC 1- I UILIV "
a. . . Dtroi.--'. - .....lot-it to uw" . -i- . ..f i . i;
.. oo. la.yc- .....t: pu. ijeca labow
been felt; arnl the .Advertiser v their' -hu-
:.u i ri.:
agement, anxious to supply this important
desideratum, have imported a very complete
plant for publishing notices, reports, posters,
or any other kind of publication in Chinese,
Sanscrit, Arabic, Javan, or any other written
character or script, and for designs of all
Aiming to accommodate the facilities of
the office to the requirements of the public,
the charges will bo moderate.
F. H. NAYSELDEX,
.Manager P. C. Advertiser Co.
C I F I C C O M M MERCJAL ADVERTISE tt, APRIL 29, 1882.
. ..... ...lUi.u. I.tlnr ! MoreoTer being qnite npart fwm the other labor- bniMinsj i.resutM a -.iotnr for Imin.tion t. I
i. , . ..Mil c me o... i er tber huve thickens, pigs eto. ol their own. ; tb now -m-tive ilwirvr fcA a 7v1
for the initiation of reform. If we have i Th-v employ their lewure in maUng fishing nets Autog th.. -. prt-svaton this occ asion were - I Jt3
not n the lan.l sufHc ent public virtue i- ana uut.t. inou-u tno. eoiniortaoie anaconienv ; H , n;..iin. ... . - tv,. , 1
., . , e l thev sti'.l l uk forward to tbe time when tbeT : . i r., " "''" 11"S LikehVe and Hou.;
ensure the apr-ntment of sHti.ru tory men , ljiU.k to thtir n;Ulve is!cS. They He M,.ns r.vr and the Mise K-er.ti
a justices rtierlfr, eontab! an-1 the . n!i a!re in thu rc.,t u.hahtr satisSe.i I with i "-rto., Mr' "P", H"H: r'J
like, then we have little to hope for in the 1 their pre-ut condition oc not. The Chines- ; Mr. Smith Mr -'"V,... " .Jlmi,,!-,..?.,"M
wav of aiJinini-trntive reform. Tlioe who
can appoint, and thoe wlio can inthlenee j
them in their appointments mut he con- j
vincM of this or our case i hopeless find
things mu.-t fo on from bal to wor. how- j
ever gool and trict and precisely virtuous j
te the spirit of the Taws we pass.
able, on abolutly reliable au
state that the words put into
the mouth of HI- Majesty by persons whom
the Gazrtl has credulously believed, were
never uttered by the King, nor wa- any
thing like them uttered by His Majesty, or
any of those who accompanied him on his
recent trip to Koo'au. A re-peMable jour
nal ought not o become the medium of
repeating such a silly rind defamatory
story a story which carries fiction on the
face of it without first making proper
enquiries in quarters where accurate in
formation is to be obtained.
THE KING'S VI-IT TO MOLOKAI
His Majesty, accompanied by His Kxeel-
lency, Governor Pom in is, Mr. Whitney.
Acting Chamberlain, Mr. Samuel Maikai,
Private Secretary of His Majesty, and Mr.
Bolles arrived ier steamer Lchua, oil" Pu
koo, Molokai. on Wednesday the 19th inst.
at 11 a.m. Messrs. K. Jones, S. Kupihea,
J. Nakaleka, a committee of reception went
on board the steamer to receive His Maj
esty ami suite. Shortly after the visit of
the committee the Koyal party lauded.
The Kiu? was then drawn in a carriage by
twenty of His Majesty's native subjects;
a voluntary offering of Aloha Alii 011 their
part. Flags and arches of evergreens
adorned the way to the houe of Mr. K.
Jones, where the Royal party accepted the
hospitality of the proprietor. The King
was welcomed by Mrs. Joues and a large
party of Hawuiian ladies robed in white.
Several hundred natives were at the land
ing who did homage after ancient custom
to their King.
After lunch tlie King sjKtke to the as
sembled people, mentioning interesting
particulars of his tour round the world.
Afterwards Hon. S. Kupihea addressed His
Majesty on behalf of the loyal people of
Molokai. The Itev. Manase also made some
remarks. The Itoyal party remained with
Mr. Jones all night : and at 10 a.m. the
following morning, rode to the residence of
S. Kaluapihaole, lvq., and there part mk of
lunch. At 4 p.m. the Itoyal party rode to
the residence f Hon. S. Kupihea, where
they staid all night ; and the following day
Friday, returned to the residence of Mr. K.
Jones. Twenty-one guns were tired at the
tune of His Majesty's departure rrom i'u
koo, proceeding to Kamalo, the residence of
Mr. McColgan. At this place the Itoyal
arty dined; and at 3 p.m. started for Kau
lakakai numerous natives lined the road
0 have an opportunity to look at their
King. The Itoyal party arrived at Kauna
akai at 7 p.m. on Friday night where
hey staid, and the following morning rode
to Kalae the residence of Mr. Mj-ers, where
they were most hospitably entertained. On
Sunday morning His Majesty and suite
embarked at Kaunakakai on board the
Leliua, and arrived the same afternoon at
the capital. His Kxcellency Governor
Dominis returned by the same opportunity,
Mr. li. F. Bolles and Mr. 11 Jones being
also passengers by the steamer.
The Labor Commisbioners on Oahu. .
We noted last week the tour of Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn and Major J. Hay 'Wodebouse round
this Island. We have been favored by the
former gentleman with some interesting notes on
matters observed during the journey, on which
we found the following remarks.
At Kailna, the Commissioners visited a num
ber of rice plantations. These are all iu the
j ,aluis G( Chinese and the labor employed on
them is wholly Chinese. On some of these the
j quarters for the latiorers were good ; on others
I indifferent. The impression which has, we be-
lieve prevailed in some quarters that the Chinese
who wo.k for the white planters are, iu a
general way, better off than those who serve
their own countrymen is not borne out by any
thing the Commissioners have observed. As
mentioned last week the Chinese laborers on the
premises of Chinese employers were not found
disposed to huddle together as they have to do
on some of our plantations, and the often re
peated excuse that " the Chinese like it " is not
founded on fact. They prefer bunks ranged one
above another to open beds arranged, as white
laborers like them, iu rows along the floor of the
dormitory ; and that is the way in which their
Bleepine apartments aie fitted up on the plauta
tions of their own countrymen. The remark as to
the absence of crowding in the laborers houses
on the plantations worked by Chinese must not,
however, be taken as of universal application.
Chinese employers, like those of other races, are
of various temperameuts, and the Commissioners
found dirty and ill-constructed laborers' quarters,
crowded beyond what the law allows, on some
plantations owned by Chinese.
Although the exceptions to u proper attention
to the comfort and health of the laborers were
foun.kto be fewer on tht average on Oahu than
ou Kauai, the Commissioners saw some instances
of improiK-r treatment which show how necessary
it iu tbat we should bave some
should nave some trovermnent
officer whose thitv it should be to see tbat t'
souud uml by no means esuctiii'' laws ti
on our Statute lsook are strutiy
we hear of quarters for iSoutXX IJtIe (
beiun over-crowded, witho" int are I
provided with closets K(." When
lector ot tuese j.eorr,.. .ha. 1P Islanders
we are led
...i .,.l1 re
1U"W: li.' Pro-
"Ke ana uorp'"na"':":r,n noh.tea;
it :.t wbom the
...t...,i the tauu ii
i.......,-t,.r has uov i"--- , 1 1
Cue i'"--, corrwtfu. .
and cauea CVention ot im
T hiWr )liu --r- . it. a
Office, and who, were - wonM
SS? to fell it. m-i'"- erVve where S.mth
inarterly visit to tr V t.t that
Islanders are mp i)C.rndged ; an-1 as
Witt..- . . , t.iaill-
Kbort viae - iro u o
dreapev.- ll0Uscs 01 ur.. -- ,
Lai baye "nnZl the llavrauu t
- . . . .... 1 Tlie tir-ttvftft
Oommisuuers , to be
laborers tUc most ap
lomlnatein - he
l..ti.ll..rft...iK-A. r. i...ds live iu
w . x. ft " . ... - tl.aif
J t, DWl'ic .
I..a Q UU ----- t tAWII. inf iM'IUPU I
nft-vt t.c-i - . . ...lit
ft . .1 i -1 ....--- .. . 1 . .. .1-1 .- iftkii-.- - - I . .-. 1 III v. - - - -
i.iiiwi .... -
t''lers ' . v.. .WidedW exoee.i in - ... t..rtainmr tnr mutual efforts
.1 ..-.t tbe imii"" - ,,,.mi.r ol t.va t imoiii. -ft--
Kt ruuabui there UX. These the , soeilltion. a pabhc utertamment.
.t(os all earried : on bs Lainu(i iu qq
..,mv ami ,
---ptv. -. 7jj ----- . Tijiwaliaus . ami ii" .
represented by theSl.aW1 JJ of a resident i raodious circles-room in narrow dancing
party purines that the GTvs wiftlwcll felt. It is ' retire after d -Jictfiie luxury of a corn
should rule. Here surely w-as, - to Honolulu j craiupedf or sitj after dancing, aud
for the assertion of State SovelJp3ty'!LJ . . I v:ns,, ;; balla can well app to be free to move
1-a.l already been as-sertetl with armsi L-"n toh-l t 'ous seat in amaeeessary escort.
Hand, an.1 in vain -an.1 so the representa- a
tivesof the wealth and intelligence of the
State, in tin 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-
onartcrs at Wj.ianae are provided with large
lil-rs to furnish tbe hut wittc-r so essential to the
Cvimfort if a C'lii:.:man. The natives have sep
arate cottages tinliss when relative or tnakamaka
when two f.unilu-s ocenpy one larger tenement.
Here, us it Wau'.im, the want of a visiting physi
cian has been much felt. The manager of tha
ant-itiou has a stock of ordinary .aediciues
which are distributed grutis to the hands and to
other who ask for theia. The goverutuent fur
nished no supplies of medicines for distribution
ia the country, all its charitv seems to be con
fined to the toivn. Me-inwhile a kahuna is re
ported to b? living iu the valley at Wuiun-te -U
w hose d-or :h deulh of s.-v..ral ' people may be
The Coiiiiui .-.iua.-rs fouu-.l the ro id-i g-meraily
011 this Island t-j bo jr compared with "hose ou
Kauai. Iu some p -cs, especially uciir tjru,
they are v.-i v L.:.l. not creditable to the couutry,
and htviug attic to sajw for the money said to
have bvi-i! spent on t .i-m.
Duriiig Ihe.r trip Ui-y noticed quite u number
of tn-w vot tug. s built by nativf-s. looking clean
aii.l thrifty. l)v-c.is-oii-::y too i.-itt-' wcr-j m--t
with tuail'ling d-ju, showiag ui all tit ?:r sur
If.undillgs want of eire, un.l r.hi!t!essuess.
Ev-ry h'-re throughout the island tht pasture
land look-1 partii.-u'.atly good, and the cattle up-JK-wred
to h:t fat.
Picuic at tha Qairanuaa Ground.
On Saturday u l-irge number of those who had
s.iiJ'e.'vtl qn.raiiti:. .u tbe reef, or 1 ten in the
hspit lis ther t it lg the recent small-pox
epidemic, join--.? i:. t picnic party held at the
scene of their to a r durance. Thi arrange
mei.ts for this :.-siivitv were under the niauaj'e
laent of a com -tit ton of which Depety Marshi.l
Dayton was c i iv.-uer. It wis a spontaneous
affair, planned and often spoken of when tho
hospitals ami .juarautine premises were most
crowded, and intended to come off as soon as
the epidemic was over. But the epidemic lingered,
and week after week passed by, and still Kaha
kaaulami remained kapa, and the projected
memorial picnic passed out of mind with most
of those who had purposed to take part in it.
The project was, however, revived as the anni
versaries of the illness of this one aud the death
of that one approached ; it was put into practi
cal shape by a few and taken up with enthusiasm
at once by a great number. All Hawaiians aud
white foreigners who had been residents on the
quarantine grounds either as patients or kokuat
or merely quarantine I on suspicion,
were invited to join in the affair, and
a subscription of a dollar a head for each adult
was made to defray expenses. On the day be
fore the picnic over 650 subscriptions were re
ported, but many must have joined at the last
moment. Including children there could have
been little, if any, short of a thousand people at
The prominent tVatuie of the day's entertain
ment was, of course, a luau. This was, by per
mission of Messrs. Ilackfeld, Si Co. given in the
quarters used by the quarantined Chinese immi
grants the "corral,'' as by custom it is very
mstlv called. The loner shed on the makai side
of this enclosure was doubled iu size by the ad
dition of a marquee, roofed and walled with sails
borrowed from various sources, ana was taste
fullv ornamented with tai7, ferns, and palms,
Here four lou? tables were laid out, literally ou
the ground. These were capable of accommo
dating more than a hundred each, and boro- a
substantial well-cooked repast, in pure Hawaiian
style so far as the eatables were concerned, to
which were added the modern innovations of
wheuten bread, and an abundant supply of soda
water and sarsaparilla of which a thousand bottles
proved too few for the occasion, lhe luau was
served at one o'clock. About half-past one their
ltoval Highnesses, the Princesses Emuokalaui,
Likelike. Hon. A. S. Cleshorn and His .xcel
lency, W. N. Armstrong, arrived. The Princesses
were attended bv iliss bheldon ana iirs. Aia
His Majesty the King had purposed to be
present, but was nuable to reacn Dome irom
Molokai in time to tlo so. A tauie nau oeeu re
served for the Itoyal party and other guests,
iimoncr whom were Mrs. Davton. Hon. J. M. Ka-
pena. Hou. Marshal Parke, Mr. Henry Water
house. Dr. ltodgers, Mr. Kawainui, representa
tives of the press and a few others.
HevH. II. Parker had been requested to de
liver an address to the assemblage at the conclu
sion of the feast, but as all those first seated had
necessarilv made way for others, and mauy of
these had also given place to a third set of diners
before the time for the address Had arnrea, tne
idea was at Mr. Parker's request abandoned
A space was presently cleared at one end of the
room where a number of mtlea were chanted be
fore the Princesses. A hul was also got up
Imt not of ft verv elaborate character. Mean
while a lar.'e party of the company wandered
over the familiar grouuds where most of them
had spent so many anxious days; and only too
niftiw had sad oilizriniaces to make to the
cemetery, where those whom they had lost dat
ing the epidemic lie awaiting "the last trump."
Some painful scenes of wailing occurred here,
but tho larger portion of the company seemed
rather affected by the pleasurable features of the
day than by painful memories. The weather
was fine although the wind was a little more
boisterous than was desirable, the sun was bright;
the luau was plenteous and of excellent quality;
there was a continual greeting of friends and ac
quaintance among the Iti be-decked crowd ;
everything even the very magnitude of the
number present conduced to joyful feelings
aud helped to make the memory of former days
at Kahakakaulana seem like that of some bad
dream, rather than of a painful and harassing
Professor Berger and his band boys were there
all the afternoon, and contributed greatly to t '
. - , a .a 1 'AC
enjoyment of the occasion witu tneir nfly
About three o'clock the exodus homewarr
gan ted by Mr. Dodd with his great fqir-horse
omnibus crammed with rsense wherever
there was roonoMnrchi- It ?sa
red UtfTipcrated to iiH-rri' uu'1 or those
L.s-of laboru-wCne to noiuvno objection to
for the onimbussej, trough the salt
CQXJTzZiiy IO ,i:v.r!i hl
cipres' "u . , ilriving 'last nsitor reached
spoil their P""" te xeturiore uight all bud gone,
water. AUUJ before theftpd tbe song aud the
was quite late Be 5.iulaua lay silent under
tUei""" -. - eilbt a' ouu-ui-jon, leit to its
i l been KaVa "
had beeu. .i, graTes-
company of them
dance Uaa v
tueguo., r and
ostlV Ulinv o ..nt .. .
in it lonelV'ho ere present, and that
melto be. success; and that great
affair atnongstt o ijea itself and fnr the
Was that it 5K. Vh they had made flll the
i iu v . a n uu uu i i r i mn hiya.
pratse T r
lent oi " . ..
.dtniraWe way lum. -A
xversary Ball at the
I. o. o
Ittuilding has proven i.duiir
aeans of publio entertain.
i "1 ii r new tneanc -uinmoiu: iroi-e&amiaiion.
dne building iu use for
of their own. Their.j surauce that thThe trustee- of the Build-
. IV t li ft. TlrtiTitLiri. 1 . C ..
the build the theatre ; and the
con - j preserve
Everybody was delighted with the eaae
ihA ... . v .,dr it anoriieil l.v tha r.n
Here , . ,.rt.8 to which thev cnul.l
i inii " . . . -
.I'M 11 i Tl 1 . , ,
ii lrswcic 1
- . .; .. , ..l.m of iaaies wno nave
- a. t'f. 't. wV a, - ,
their peio.thoisau.is-'.-r!r was Tery trik-
le.igues in tl.".- -Ss:i!e :-'tl appropriate.
maUer atTC y .the whole
11 . Nouuv?1 ln constructs
came before the t?. ;rllantie with thi
But as Commission w Pacific are ful.
thority should be 4,depnt,eIl.rise. Profi
J " Caucasian
:ii airs. ruJ or. Mrs. p-.n. ):. v t -i-if.,t. .i'.
Mrs. Mackint.-h, ll. V. Laine and Mr.-, liuo.
Miss Floreuce Luoe. Mi lt.-l.inx.ti. J. E. Wiseman.
Mr. and Mrs. Hastings. S. Pii kt r. Uoti.W. C. Parke.
Mr. Morrill. Mr. A. W. UiehanUoii. ll. Lewer aud
Mrs. Leners, t,. Well, aud Mr.. Welis. Mr. and Mrs.
elsh. Malcolm lirowu. Mi- Alice Smithies. J. A.
Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Fishel. Mrs. H. Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis. Mr. E. A. Puree, J. M. Mon
sarrat, M. W. Mons.rratt. Mr. Dolte. fau. Xord
bur and Mr. Nordhur,'. James IO.hM and Mrs.
Dodd, S. Loth aad Mrs. 1: .rh J. Prowu and Mrs.
Browu. Mr T. J. M. Oa: a.id Mrs. Oat Mr. and
Mrs. Me'.li. Miv. Tiviloan. Mi Sj.n. Mrs. Phil.
Sf.in. Mr. H .id .v-.r;h. Mr. a:.d Mr. Simni .ns
Mr. a-d Mr ;. M K a,o; .. f,-. a-;,.j .Mr. Wav. Miss
o'av Mr. Ed. Willi im, a id Mrs. WiMiam. M.-s
M. I. ii-.Krer. Alex. l,!,ter. juu.. Mr. and Mrs.
Da 1 mi.
The caterers for the rveniug were Messrs.
H-irt. Brothers, w bo provided a sj.lei.vlid supper
in su.-li shun 1 iii;-.' that, ha-1 the company been
ROS V MC r V s
Pacific Commercial Advertiser.
The scheme of n ilail v issue of news
from the press lias lono; lieen enter-
a'lieil iu Honolulu. In l8Gi), Mr.
Avres formerly associate... with the San
Francisco Cult, trietl the experiment
of a daily paper in this city, and is
sued the Honolulu Duo llcraif. Jut
the business interests of the country
were too much depressed at the time;
there was not then established that j
frequency of communication with the !
outer world, to warrant the support j
of a daily in the islands: and the pro- :
prietor and editor being an entire stran- j
geriti the country, the Honolulu Diibf !
Herald had but a short and sickly ex- '
istenee, and soon died out. j
The former Proprietors of the I'. C. .
Advertiser which was established in
1855 as a weekly sheet issued a small j
semi-weekly sheet in 1872; and the !
present management have felt the ue- .
cessitv from time to time of making, '
through extras and supplements, a '
more frequent communication of news ;
to their patrons than through the me- :
dium of their regular weekhy issue;
and it has been in "contemplation for i
some time past, that in the event of
cable communication with the conti
nent, and of increased steam commu
nications with all parts of the world,
that there would then arise an oppor
tunity for a daily newspaper in Hono
lulu which might be remunerative.
However, it happens, that before the
laying of a cable, or the accomplish
ment of other notable events, that were
to have a bearing upon newspaper en
terprise, that this spirit of enterprise
as represented by the present manage
ment of the Pacific Commercial Ad
vertiser, feels that there is a demand
for more frequent communication of
news t6 the public, to which they
The present management of this
journal contemplated a daily issue at
the beginning of this year; but for
want of stock and compositors, was
compelled to defer action, on a proper
scale of journalism, to meet the re
quirements of the public.
At this time, it will !e difficult to
show, in ' considering the small Eng
lish sneaking io;ul;itio;i ..f this city,
and that a snbscript:on list for a daily
issue of a full newspaper
more than SOO subscribers can hardly
be expected, that a daily paper can at
this time be nvide a remunerative v
terprise. It is not expected tl"
will be remunerative for some wv;,ut t
come; but there are now sr-"'?5' t'me to
claims upon the atten4 -,inie especial
news-men; there is Sor ?um of faithful
ness activity, ojvi. increased busi
duction; iL-'''n to '''basing pro
tions j--0 frequent comniuinca
ne V-vith the outer world, bringing
tl.- ?f n,omcit to onr islands; and
jcivj ia iiuuui, toassemoie the leo-is.
atureof the Kingdom, whose proceed
ings are expected to have some excep-
IA 1 "a. - t I- . "
tiouai interest ror the community;
therefore the P. C. Advertiser Man
agement as faithful newsmen are de
termined to risk a sacrifice of time.
effort and niftnu i n.-.l.. f..
occasion, anil os atU v an expect,, ,t
,,,, ' ... V , J expectant
Fuu"c, wuu ine nope or leservmg a
Tl, l i . .
Ait! x. ks. uvkrtiseu .Management
now propose to issue daily except Sun
day, on and after .May 1 next, a fall
sheet 24x3G inches, of four pages con
taining 24 columns, to be styled the
' Daily Pacific (Junmercial Advertiser."
one year, cash iu advamo
For six months, cash in advance. 5
For OHO week, six Copies....
- -"-..j-i.,.,,, n .in luirijiai
weekly will be reduced for
in advance alter the 1st of Mav
F. H. HAYSELDEN,
.Manager P. Adyertiser Co.
liev. Dr. Uftiuion, Mrs. Damon, and Pro
fessor F. W. Damon returned to town, Sat
urday last, from the Island of Kauai, where
they have been enjoying: a pleasant visit
among tlie kindly and courteous people of
tue uarueii island.
nave received some enornio-is turnips from thelsl-l
and or Lanai. Many nieu-ure from S to 10 inche
in diameter: or 24 to :J( im-:,es in ci renin ft-r nee
The flavor of these fine luilboiw r..ots is all that a
lover of choice boiled mutton and turnips could
.. w ii ... li-.m-.- iir-ij- a-sinetlc
features, a- a conservatory oninnif-iit T-.i.. ,
or these Iar,'e tiirm)s. cut otr iiart of the root end
then f-ooop out wirh knife an-1 joou the larger
portion of the substance of the- turnip, until v..n
have a shell of about half an inch in thicki
Now suspend this sc-tod turnip, top nuZ
downwards, in it dark place, at f )u- time"filb
ing the hollow of the turnip wiT water and rich
soil ; and replenish with watif-'irom time to time
After the turnip has begivr; to put forth its leaves
in obscurity, you may ii n remove the suspended
turnip to your conservatory, or your window. You
keep up supplies of moisture. The top leaves, now
most delicately retienlat.il, issue forth from what
is now the bottom of the suspended hollow root,
they curve around the sides of the turiiin. thev
envelop its body, they form a lmwer overhead ; and
like the leaves of tlie acanthus that furnished a
design for the capital of the Corinthian column :
so the turnip top in its artificial development fur
nishes & design of beautv for plastic art.
t . v " la- v a ; i . j li i i - t - T
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WA H0SS&C9 AERATED WATIKWDRK3.B ELFASTjRElAHP.
WORLD-RENQVr.ED BEVERAGE !
ri:n the " karl ualhotjsik."
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SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
A.. W. BUSH, Manager.
Grain and Mixed F
Of all kliitl krpt CouitaDilY In :ock an, I aolJ at a ahuj below rrfu'ar raiea.
OUR MAX AG Ell VISITS SAX PRAXCISCO RBGUlaARI.Y FOR TIIK IM RFOSK OF
buying as our lupp lea, and aa wa bur Id Larger Quantities than any other dealtr.
PAY O A.'S H ,
AN'I AT TIIK SAME TIM K SKCt'RK
IPreights at BOTTOM Biates,
We are prrpired to Supply our Frleutli and Patron at prteea that arl'.l
WK HAVE NOW ON HAND TIIK l.tBOEST STOCK Ot
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK, THAT CA BE FOCXD
PAKKD TO HUM Ml OIC FUIEXDS
-' t i I
VV F S E L L
and rtniiectfully aoli-
Uy prooipt Htie.iiio.i v-,,,t7 4
fit ordcf rom the S M A
fi A ?
pa, 'a U,e "nu r oa numerwu ca.tomer.
- ; uvon n. In the pa;., and It will b.
.t IT H;i aft. U .1 rvr H arsi
- Mai Attention Given to the
AND PROMPT DEALING GUARANTEED.
Ol'li MAN'ArtKR nil ti.tl B.n (..nrl... t... ..... . .
- - uj mi urai ..eainer to purcliaae Ireah iiinn-u r ..... i
.. .. win he happy ,o execute ., order, for good, fhat Z Ck
All Orders to be sent to
Wo Bog to Hotify Our Many Patrons
TO OUB USUAL STOCK
That at No Time Since
Witkont Hay or Failed to Fill All
VT. . I. . . a. T T T a n
We Will Continue to Sell Hay and Grain
ats Cheap as it Can be Purchased
in Honolulu t
oods, Wapes or Herchand
it'iiDTunn aataat 'ataa. ,
In Our Line or Not, Will Be Filled at LOW Ratpq a
NO COMMISSION Charged. Telephone, No .147
THE BEAVER SALOON.
no. t fort ntkekt.
Opposite Wilder V Co'a
ur..-. aus a a. In.L j0 r. M
HttST-CLASS LlAfHES, TE.I, COFFEE,
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Plain and Fancy PIPES Peraoaal'y Sel-ctod from Ihr Man-
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L-irra of BILLIARDS will flnti.an Elt-rant
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Tdai TNl-EH-MONEt HAVK IO IIASO
AXYWIIKUE IX THE CITY. Al
OX THE OTIIEK ISLAXDS WITH
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- w Special atlcniiuo itM to Um-i2.? 7 r
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I, I.E R R u.EKS ,wl,un, w. ,
i are prepare!
?7 R T7 nr. 4 aa.
il il Uii li it A I ia .
v. hop, for . continuance of the patron.,,, M liberoH, h.... ,
onr ende.ror to keep on band a, a,. IZ. ' 4
-ara ar -a .
Shipping of Orders to other Islands.
MANAGER OF UNION FEED CO.
OF HAY ANO GRAIW
We Commenced Business
Orders of Onr Replar Costora !
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wood. WOOD. WOOD.
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FOR SALE CHEAP.
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AaYIW Z ""'tlffcRED TO
ANY PART OF THE CITY
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