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u unu JlTbTl c I A L ADVERTISER, JULY g
PACIFIC COM IVI ERCIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST
rr: u.tr. avi; vst v., i2.
HcatsEaa during I'je i.t (tk In elmwu l:o fcins of
returning activity ami the ;.r mje.-ti f-r the remainder f
the j.rekt month are mew hat l.ibi-.n. The creator
portion of the au,;ar rr'.p haviuf" arrive I, but little now
left t f' lluv, has a teudenry to indui e a i ..rti .ii .if the
preaeut knca In trade. Hire ha len roiling for
ward In large quantities 'luring the early part of the week
tb bulk of the new crop being d.livcred durintf that
jvari'nl ; now the arrival are Dot ro curron aii'l the
falling off in tbe quantity glTss a .lightly healthier t .ne
to tb I.xral market.
Tba Import from foreign port f.r the wk pt in
clude tbe targoea brought by the . 3. Calrnsoiuir, City
of Sydney, 51 array, Ella, Cor.aatlo tnl Pettiagill and
amount in value to $T2.0 0.
Tbe exports anionct in t tal d'metic valuation to tbe
sura of f02.754.1T, tb cars' taken by tbe City of Syd
ney and VV. O. Irwin to tbe Coast
The P.M. 8 S. Zealandia Iv due from the Toast. Sunday
p.m. wltb datee to tbe 3Jth July.
PORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
Ju!T IS 9chf rilania, from Hanalei, Kauai, itb 1J37 bgs
29 Stmr C It Bishop, lierry, from Kauai, with 3253
b sugar, rice aii'l paidr, :t0 bbU
29 Strar Kilauea Hon, S-ar. from Kabului. taui
2 8cbr Waioll from Kobala. Hawaii, with 1,000
bs auear. ;0 bbl. ui las't-n.
20 Stuir Lik-lik. Kinc. from Hawaii and Maui, with
SO bead .if cattle.
30 -hr Kaala. from Koolau.
30 Srbr allele, from Malik ,. Moi. trith 1,0
30 Mmr Janiea Makee. MrI.naM, from Kauai, with
l.in.'J bga Hii'ar, 7n; ban pa.bly.
rf Schr Kaluua, fioui Waialua. Oahu
ai Schr Vaimaln, from Kona. Hawaii.
:tl sicbr Maricri, from I'unalnn Hawaii, with
bale-t of o 1.
Aug 1 Scbr Mauuokawai. from Nawiliwili. Kauai, with
4"i. r, i; auj.'er.
1 Stmr Iwalani. i'.t. fr.jm Hawaii and Maul.
2 Sobr I-abi. from Koh!al-l. Hawaii, with 27"
2 Hrhr Ilaleakala. from Pcncekt-o. Hawaii.
2 Stmr Waiiuanalo. from Waimatialo. K'Ntlait, with
6.J7 bi(4 nu'ar
3 fchr Mile Morrix. from M ..fcai
n nrhr Nettie Mernll. from I-abaina
3 Stmr Mokolii. Slci-rvcar. from ho-. Ian. with ;.
bua rire aul nail.lv.
4 Schr Jt-nnie Walker. frim Hainu. Hawaii, with
17m pkea angar.
4 fcbr 1'ritK-e, from Knkuiliaele. Hawaii.
4 Stmr I.ehoa. I.orzeusen, from Maui
Stm Kilanea Una, Sears, from Kaliului
6 Stmr C K Bishop. Berry, from Kauai
5 Stmr Janiea Makee, Mcl'oiiald. from Kauai
3 Scbr Ks Mot. from Uiln, Hawaii, with 1000 pkg
31 V MRS City of Pjduey, -abury. It daya f ro;u
Am 1 Anibkl C Murrav. JdWs. It Java from San
2 Am bktne Ella, Brown, 17 days from San Frau-
2 Am brtir Conanelo. Howard. 13 !ay from San
3 H B M ri'oop-of-war Sappho, i'puruamler Clark,
July 29 Scbr Caterina, for Hanalei, Kauai.
31 Stmr C It Kishop, Ik rry for Kanai
31 Stmr Kilauea Hon. Hears for Kahului. Manl.
31 Stmr Lebna, Lnrzeusen, for Molokai and Maui.
31 Stmr Mokolii. Mctiregor. for Koolan. Oahu.
CI Schr Emma for Waianae and Waialua, Oahu.
:tl Schr L llama, for Hanalei. Kauai.
31 Schr Kaala, for Koolan. Oahu.
Aug 1 Stmr Waimanalo. for Waiuianalo, Oahu.
1 Scbr Kaluna, for Waialna. Oahu.
1 Schr Waioli, for Keosea, iiawaii.
1 Stmr Jatrea Makee, McLiouald. for Kauai.
1 Stmr Likelike, Kin-4, for Mani and Hawaii.
1 Scbr Marion, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
2 Schr Wailele, for Maliko, Mani.
2 Schr Manuokawai, for Olowaln. Maui.
4 Stmr Iwalani. Bates, for iaui and Hawaii.
4 Schr I-eahi, for Kobnlalele, for Hawaii.
4 Schr AVaimaln, for llapuu. Hawaii.
4r-txnr Waimanalo, for Waianae.
31 P M 8 S City of Sydney, Seabury, for San Fran
Aug 1 Am Bk Adelia Carleton. for Buzzard's Inlet.
3 Am bria Wm Irwin. Turner, for S-K
3 Br stmr Cairnsiauir. 'antic. ( 'oiumauiler. for
VESSELS IN PORT.
Herman bark Adolph, Kappelmauu
(Irajiin burk Paradox. BurKdotT
TnieJian bark Edward May, Jobuoii
liwiin briK Nintto, Cameron
American .rgtne W t Irwin, Turner
American brni W II Meyer, liowe
American bk '.libarien, Hubbard
American bk DC Murray, Jeuks
American bktne K. Brown
American brig Consnsy,JrSfTt - . ,
H B M sbp-of-war Sappho, Commauder Clark
EXPECTED FROM FUKEIRX HOR1S.
Haw bk Kai. from Bremen, due ept
flaw bk Iolani. from Bremen, due Oct
Bk Jowpa. from Card ill. due Aun
Bk Oberon. from Liverpool, due Aujj
Br bk GleDKaber, from Liverpool
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, due Sept
Br ahip British Ambassailor, from Newcastle. X S W
Nlc bk Kemijio. from Newcastle. N S W due
Am tern Hera, from Newcastle. N W
Am bk Ed. ft ttinyill, from Departure Bay, fir Kahului
Bk F S Thompson, from Nanaimo for Kahului
AmternEmmaClaudina.fr Sau F'rancisco, for Kahului
i'.r atmr ilanaa, from Lisbon
Am bk Emerald, from Port Gamble, due J uly
Haw tk bu layo, from Newcahtle. due July
Br bk Prisc-illa, from Bremen, due June
1" M S S Au.itralia, from Sydney, due Aug 1A
P M S 8 Zealscdia. from San Francisco, due Auj.uit 6
Arrived at Sn rranciaco Bk Klikitat, 17tb;
(from Kahului.) lith July.
Report of bktne Ella. Brown, Maater Sailed from K 1
V on 1Mb Jnly ; first six days calm and IiRht W winds;
took tbe trade In latitude 27- It.uyl tilde Lit-. From
thence m'Hlerute E winds to p.rt. '1 Lreo daya out from
San Franc is.-o, in latitude 34- 4.V longitude 120-, a Chi
nese pasen?rr fell overboard, all hands were at supper
at the time, hut within 10 miu.ites the man was picked
np. N pulse, and all attempts t rehtore life were of no
avail. He wai burietl tbe followinx nnrning.
Kepurt Of the Am brlj C'onsilelo, apt Howard -Leit
San Francisco, July 2oth. with light variable N E winds
to port, arriving Autf 2, making the i annate in 13 days.
Report of 3 S City of Sydney. W. B. Seabury, Command
er Left Sydney Pilot Jnly Lith. at 3Vs p. m., received
Auckland Pilot July l-"lh at 3.17 p. m.. lei t Auckland l'i
Jo Jnly lsth at ll. p.m.. receivid Honolulu I'llot July
31t at a. hi. Two paseuj.t-r and 3. tons of freight
for Honolulu : 37 cabin and etierae and tone of
freight for Sau Francisco. Passed Navigator's Islands
July 23rd, at 9am.; strong N E Trades from G North.
Rep. rt of Bark L C Murrey. Sailed from San Kranci
co. July l.Mh. the flrst live dajs h.ol very light S. E. wind
and callus, making but one hundred and eighty-three
allies; then libt. variable winds to latitude -O . longi
tude Lll . w bere we Rot the "1 rsd have hail them
light with showers cf rain. Sighted Molokai August 1st.
From tan Francisco, per 8 S ( airu-uiuir. July i-.'. 1 is
tMHlu Bishop . Co. 1 cs books Board of Education. hTy cs
mdse Chinese merchants. I'm cs mdse M Mclneruy. 1 cs
mdse Vt ejiner Co, 7 cs stationery to overuuient t)lll e,
3 cs mdse Ll.lers a Co. l- cs mdse Lainc ( o. 1 cS m.l'e
H Hsckfehi Co, 2D cs nicUe Brown At Bbillips.
From Sydney ami Auckland, i-rr S S City of Sydney. July
31. 330 b s potatoes, 3 bbl-s aiigarraiie, J pki; sk cie.
From San F rauclsco, per D C Murray. August. 1st
lo50 pk)iS irou sud luschluery t Ho.'m.IuIii Ir.u W-.rks;
Is caes rose to C E illjatus; K2 k's to II Dlu, ml; I Iu
rubator to H K Blckerton; ld3 pkgs in.Ue to th'ri'.se
ilerchants, 2 p'K t'J T II Davie t o. ; 15 1 kss to Caatie
A C-oke- 152 pkgs ro E Hotfschlaeger A t'u j pkus to
I. ewers Cooke; 121 pkgs to Eiigiiu Co; l'jy pkgs to
las-fsrlaue : Co.; 16 pkgv to 1 oert; .Ml pks to A
Singers 175 plas ti Cbas W i.ny : 12 bdls t- J W i:..berf
mt ,u a Co.; 4 pa to A Herbert; 'i" pkgs to I'.oWi s A Co.;
45 pkga t A Kme A 'j.i IVi W;: to Laine a, t o. ; pkgs
to M Mclnerney; V7l pkgs to 1 A Schseter X Co. ; pkgs
t.J J S Waikei ; it; pkgs to A W Bush; 2 pkgs to lito
Lncas;'i pkg to J 'tucker; 11 pkgs to J M Oat Jt Co.
From Snn r ructs.-. per onsucio. Aug., 3 loTS pki!
nidse.U W Ma- Isriane t o;9 pkg nidae, .1 M KI. ,lr
Jt Co; 1 pkg n.ds-. C Brewer tc t o; t.'" pkgs. 11 Hbrkfed
Jr Co-ti pkgs mdse. Hollister A- o, pkgs in,i, T H
iavUa 4c Co; 1 Ikg lule. ,eo l.ncae; 1
pkir mdM to oriler ; 2fi7 pkgs lu.l-e. hiueae Merchants-.
Sirl pkgs rodae. W . Irwin it to; pkgs rLnl-e.'t f
Wells, 5 pkgs is-lse. A S CU ghorn; -'."si pkgs nui- H K
Agnew; 19 pks uid.e. I'. l Hall K Son; In pkgs mdse.
lcCbe?ney ..o . lii pkgs mdse. Ilymaii Bros; ;r.' pkgs
uulse, Jobn N.-tt.l'J pkg ui-l-c-. Mm'l No;t; 17 pkgs mdse.
ol JmlJ: !- 'lkgs aids'. -I T War.rh-u.-e; Jll pkgs
m.ise. A VV i;ush;25 pkgs mdse. A .1 l artwright; i-s
pkgs m!se. I'niou Irnliu; ti i-kgs rnl., I'rO u;u
mlugs; 1 pk2 m.lse, T K Foster; "1 pkga mde. Cattle Jt
t ooke; 12 pkgs ud-se, I li 1 brum.
For fian I raiicisco. per S S t-ity of Sidney. July l'l.
iijiOt bgs. 3,li. U sugar. 2 bucks bal.auas li Harkteld
0; Vi bgs. IO,ls4 lLs sugar. -SrJ l.gs ru-e llyuiai: ili'.is;
I.3U bgs rus M d Urlnbaum Co; slT l;s rice ring
Caorig a l.o; 100 bb' bs bananas J l.eae; 1 bni bs t-a:ian-aa
Li Deiiipsie; J.iA) l.ii. fc bansDas M Mi I in ri y. li.'d l.n.-lis
bananas L U .-resovich o; s7 bal.s. l.'.:...s H.s u..,. J
T Waierbotn-e; 1 hofse V li . r; -ell. ID cs 1m tel leave.,
and K pkgs. a'indry shippers. aim- ili m. e ."..n.. 4";
for. J Ho .
For San Francisco. jer W i lrw ui Amu-t .: v-j i k-.
14,'JU" lbs sugar, -J4 bbls, ""ii g.ls nt'dase. W.. i'rwiu
Jt t cjsu bags. 1D3.DW lbs augur. II A Ui.leiuanii;
liTTbags. liJ'l pMUlH 'I 1 Pavies A" In; .'hj
bbls. 7yi) gals molasses. li W Vlai ftrlanc A' o .1 14 buchs
bananas. l.erks; . pkgs enV-ts. I'. . ..orre; 315 mat.
MJH tt. sugar, t Along. Val. h r ii., Js; vain.-,
' For Uoiigkoug. per .tnr I airusml-.r, Augu-t 3 ', j ks
saacU-1 w.mmI, valdoui. '
From fcaual, per James Makee. J uly .!. T o ilngbes.
From Kauai. p.r C IX Biah i . July :si. Vlrs Bi. e. .iis
Norton and "si deck.
ForKaLaiul per Kilauea. !; July :. 1 p Keii. tl.
wife and J children, wiss iirl-1, Illia, Mai auley, ? liar
ris. A l Kier. e. John Coerjeus aLd 35 ileck.
Fr Mob ksi snd Maui per leliua. July ::!.- T VVilim
and wile, i: a H. nuieoor. Wile anil . Ln l, Mi- Barnard
jOil about -M dr. a.
Kr.'iii Hawaii and Maui, txrr Ltkelike. July 'JO Hon
C ll.ler. Cat t O C swain. V 11 Cornwall Dr V H En
der. A li fiei,cer. I: !i luwlrr.J V OaV. W ! lkn. 8
('anderlrtia. V 11 Fuller, J Anld, W C Jrok i D Barn and.
j" It . 1 . .. tf: ... li 1-..H. . , v .
Mr II Voune. Mr K Mailey and child. C UhmiD and '
iio, kt-vl' l livde, wife and child
K'. r Katinl'ii. jt-r Kilauea Hon. July 31 Cbas B Cock- -
tt. wif.- and 2 children. Miaa Lizzie Cockett, S O Carter
Jr. p Tenen, Mra .-tri-hl arid 2 children. Matter H Cloa.
ror.. II .M J..U111. Mr Ba-belor. 8 II HaUey, J V Marlin
ar. 1 (.' (In k. i
For Kanai. per Jam- Makee. Aui! 1. Hon P Iaenbere'
wife an. I rhl!.l. II. n W H Bire. Mr K Brown, Rev C Oroa'
aer arid 2 children. K ykea, A Swift, M White and abont
For Kauai, per C K Bishop. July 31 Hon A F Jndd
and "on. i -( il Bn.wn, W tt Smith. S B Dole, U L Shel
don. Mi-a Juiia Taner. Tbeo Ltertmund. Maater E Bindt.
Mi F Jolitvu, Mim J Smith. 2 Mlaaea U art well. W C
B:xby, Ixium Stoltz ai-.l about 35 desk.
For Matil and Hawa.i. per Ukelike. Aua 1. Hi Ex J '
O I'mor.i5, Capt To'- Spencer. Sun'l Parcer and wifa, j
u .H. ri an-l 'j ooper. Mr A U Forbea, M b 11a l- l
lenb- k. Ti.i r. u-.be. Mlaa Baldwin. C Klrkwood. Jobn i
Eaiama and wife. J M Ioit tt. .ilaa Dowaett. C Bolt. V I
Mii ait.-i-y. nH I.mdd, Mii A Xoore Ml Tarton. W I
1 LurrLi,. ihti. W H Holme, i: C Feldar. J A Kvnners. 1
ley. ?-ir Fveretr, M:s Alica Everett, Miaa L Wilder, Miaa I
Ai. J K-,ii,-r. W M Cornwi-Il. Ur Eniera. M U Uonarratt
and mir, I' Jarrrtt and ife. Mra M Montgomery. Mra !
M Pabau a.d t .edk.
From San Francisco, per bktne Ella. Augast 2 Ura
31 A Scbraeder. and child, l.ucy Schrader, R li Orabam.
wife and cbiM. Annie I'.arton, C Woodward. i A Baldy,
L McMillan. F A Outbrie. Jobn Kapkooae. John Evans.
10 Chinamen and 1 Chinese woman.
F"or San t ranriauo. per S S City of Sydney, July 31.
Cbas I, Clouifh. Mra F. Rubson. li II Cluff, wife and son.
Jit O Knell. A W Bush. wife. 2 children, and nurse, I
B M orke. wife aod dauKhter. Oeo Lucas, wife and
on. r T Lenehan. r. Lempaie, A 3Iorae, wife and X
c hildren. B F holies. O U Kea and wife. II Netter. H
Maerfeua and child, W H i'edlar, C Kessler, TIL Meat
nrieer, T Mnclair, T Espinas, Jas Foster. J as lislatead.
Jan M. film. hey. Mis Emily Fordbam. S Iiirschmsn. W
Levy. M I'muivin. Kamaka lau, wite and J children. S
Kaholalele and 5 daiiiihb'rs, C il Carter, J C Merrill, wife
and 2 chiUren, Mm Barker. J H Coney, Mra K K Bicker,
ton. A 1! Oregory and wife. I. W iy, J T Waterhoune and
wif,-. Hi I. LuiHn. James Barber and wife, C Lehman
and wife. Ui N E Brown. Mrs N Keegan. Mra C U Bai
ley and child. C A Bailey. Miss U K Castle. C U Cooke. T
C Uoru.C E Patten and wife. Bernard Donuell. F liavid-
un. Jose VUre. L Frem h. W A Koaqul. T Hallett. S C
Crook. A II f 'ourtnev. T W Hick. A Correla, wife and
child. I Keneally, E Farney.
From San Francisco, per Cou-uelo, Aus 2. A Smith, C
II I'll key.
For San Fraucisco per W (i Irwin. Auif F IVA
Marnuez, A MeWiynr, K lierke, Ueorge Keny, Mrs
Sesaion. Jliss UiUiann.
I'or UuuifkOD,', per Stmr Csirnsmuir, tit Chinese. 4S
From Kahului, per Kilauea Hou, Aug ." W II Cornwell,
11 Cornwell. W II Bailey, wite and child. Mrs Strebl sud
child, Mr Kerr, Miss Alice W.t. Mr Andrews sud 2 chil
dren. 3 others and VM deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, i.er Inalaui. Aue. 4. Mis Yates.
Kd Hore. W Stoddard. Will I.awlor, liev U F K Whal-
I .. I i -1 I. l . .. . r..i.,... VT ..... .. a 1 Vllr I
er. Master J Meincke, It iickey. Miaa Kinney, I. I ur- i
tier and adont 55 deck.
. AUGUST 5,
Wiiii-st voting large sums for the pro
motion of the material welfare of the
Kingdom, the Assembly has not been un
mindful of the cause of education. '-The
total sum appropriated for the purposes of
the Bureau of Education, amounts to
8137,520, being an increase of $52,000 over
the total votes of last session for similar
purposes. This increase is distributed thus:
Support of English and Hawaiian Schools,
$30,000; Building a girl's school at Maka
wao, $2000; Building a girl's school at Wai
alua, 810,000; Aid to Hilo boarding school,
f.000 ; Salaries und office expense, $2500.
For the following items the votes this time
are U-ss than those of last session ; Common
schools by $2000, and Reformatory school,
500. When compared with the large sums
voted for other objects, the total appropria
tion for educational purposes looks small,
but as the members of the PMucation
Board who are also members of the
Legislature seemed disposed to believe that
in some directions the votes were larger
than necessary, it is fair to assume that the
appropriation is sufficient. The success of
our educational efforts does not depend
merely on tne amount oi money we are
ready to spend on them. The expenditure
.. - 1 1 1 X X .1 1
L -Vre WJjney is commiiieu ur goou aim
careful hands, w have an excellent officer
in charge of the ac.rtment, but for true
success we must ever hioend in the first
place on the teachers themselves i.'id in the
second place on the interest which pak-lts '
take in the progress of their children.
The large number of petitions which were
presented to the Assembly during this ses
sion on matters connected with education
shows that there exists among our people
that spirit which ought to prove the great
est help and spur to the teacher. Evidently,
then if educational affairs amongst us do
not how a marked advance during the
period before us, it will neither be the want
of liberal supplies, the absence of efficient
general management, nor lack of support
by public sentiment, that will have to be
held responsible for it. If all that has been
done and provided fails of its proper fruition
it is on the teachers that the blame will
rest. The Committee of the Legislature on
Education when reportlug to the House,
passed some severe strictures on a majority
of the teachers of our common schools. We
have not before us the facts on which the
Committee rely as warrant for these cen
sures, but the names appended to the report
ere those of men who must be able from
personal knowledge to form, after com
paring notes, u fair jutlgmeut on this mat
ter. We trust that this report will be
brought to the hands of all our teachers and
that it may have the effect of restoring that
emulation and industry among them the
falling away in which the Committee so
much deplore. At the same time we
would appeal to the parents of children
everywhere, to encourage the teachers by
complying with the law which commands
them to send their children to school, by
takii-g care that biieh attendance is regu
lar and above- .-til by taking a lively interest
in the progress tiieir children make.
His Kfccclleucy W. M. Gibson, in reply
to enquiries mado in the Assembly yester
day by Hon. H. A. Widemaqu respecting
Portuguese immigration, said that the Gov
ernment, iu view of the wide difference
between charges for transportation of Port
uguese immigrants and what was under
stood to be actual cost, deemed it proper to
suspend operations until further informa
tion was obtained. J The Government
deemed Portuguese immigration very
desirable ; but when a bill of
charges. as ikt "Monarch," for
'.2,om is presented, and on trustworthy in
formation it is hhown that actual cost of
charter of vessel, provisioning, fittings and
other expenditures are about $2S,000, there
is reason to pause. He clearly recognized
that parties undertaking the charter and
management of the enterprise, were entitled
to a liberal profit for their risks ; and possi.
lIy there were extraordinary expenditures
incurred for recruiters in the Azores, and
among Portuguese officials of which we
have ini information. For these reasons it
was important to wait for information.
Portugal has agreed to an immigration con
vention, and the disposition to migrate
froni I'ortirgal projer and the Azores to
these islaiuU according to latest information
continuis very strong, therefore there can
be no harm in delay toget full information,
especially as parties are now proposing to
the Government to introduce Portuguese
into this Kingdom, at much less cost than
now charged by the immigration manage
ment organized by the late ministry.
Du. IJetl'NK McCaktkk was not siH.-ci:il5y
engaged, or promised any office by the
Government. He received an invitat i.) to
come out to this country, without any iJefi
nite promise of engagement. When here
he declined to accept an office, as he did not
wish to take the oath of allegiance : but
wa3 willing to perform for the Government
a cer!ain amount of Chinese translations.
The $40iO inserted in the appropriation
bill and voted for was not to provide for
any annual salary, but for a certain
amount of translation which Dr. MeCartee,
might hav accomplished in less than one
year had he chose to stay.
(From thr Jjuilu I
ivijif Coittmerc'.ii Ailrr
FlaIN" talk is sometimes necessarv.
and we think that the tinle has come for it;
. . . truths are not palatable, but occa
sionally they are wholesome."
Yes, so we think ; and we fancy that
some of the "plain talk" that has ap
peared in the Advf.rtisf.r has not alto
gether failed in its intended mission. It
would be a difficult thing, for instance, to
get up another excited meeting like that
which occurred here in August two years
ago. The thing appeared to answer its" rur-
I at the time, but what has been the result f
j it, and of the ei iod of white supremacy
! in the affairs of this, country, and of niis
i rule, which followed it? There i- much
talk about antagonism of races, and to a
certain extent it is unmistakablv true that
feelings of that sort prevail in this commu
nity. We have pointed out who is ivsion-
sible for it, and the anxietv which we aiv
, glad to see sliown in some quarters to de
precate the Idea that the " white invader '
is to blame for this proves, that we struck
home. If the white men here think them
selves so much the superiors of the native
race, ana mar, mey nave mane ine
country," and ought to have it ruled
to suit themselves, both policy and polite
ness would dictate silence on the subject,
and a true discretion would lead them to
work out their own ends bv a quiet dt-fer-
And the now
r i n tur jjoitci.i iii.il c
ers that be are Hawaiian, and nmt con
tinue to be so; and those who desire to
shape the policy of this country must do so
by and through the Hawaiian. Those who
thought otherwise have found out their
mistake; and some of them are wisely ready
to take such advice as we have just tendered
to them, and some are not, but chate and
fume, as if they were much iuiured indi
viduals. To these, we have only to say that
they cannot make the time ripe tor a revo
lution by wishing it to be so. This they
know well, and they know too, that the
whole civilized world would be against
them if they should find it in their power
to attempt such a thing on the strength ot
.the alleged grievances whicli they are so
fond or parading before us. n e counsel tliem
therefore, to become good citizens and be
have themselves more seemly.
i A correspondent asks us to call atten
tion to the fact that a large number of the
Portuguese laborers on our plantations,
whose term of service expires at the end o
this year, are "saving their money with
the avowed intention of leavingthc country
altogether, and settling in California at the
expiration of their servitude." From other
sources we learn that there is very little
likelihood of these men re-engaging for a
new service. It was stated at the meetings
of the Planters' Association that many of
them were looking forward to an indepen
dent career in the neighborhood in which
they now live, either as planters of cane on
their own account, or in other minor agri
cultural enterprises. That is what we
should encourage, but such little means as
the country ever possessed of inducing this
useful class of settlement seems for the'
most part to have been wastefully used,
either by the sale of Government lands or
by their being leased at comparatively
small rents for long periods. Ten, tweuty,
and even fifty years' leases have been
granted. The only published list of these
lettings gives us no account of the area of
the various lots, so that a comparison of
the rent with present values cannot be
made without further information. But
from the Treasurer's biennial report we
ascertain that the whole rental expected
from the Government lands, including as
they do a large number of valuable town
'nts, only amounts to 32,500 per annum.
Asthe Honolulu lots bring in about half
this aixount, the rents derived from country
lauds murf be on a very low scale. They
are all in theh-inds of about fifty lessees.
If we want to lu opulate the country a
different policy must'ie pursued with these
lands as the leases fall ii
Reception in Honor of General Conily.
Following we give the list of gox'sts at the? recep
tion given by Hou. S. G. Wilder on Thnixlay
evening last, in compliment to (Icneral ami .Mis.
His Excellency W. M. Gibson. His Exeelleiicy
John E. Bush, His Excellency E. Preston. Mrs.
Treston, Hon. Godfrey Rhodes. Mrs. Khodes,
Mrs. A. F. Judd. Hon. L. M -Cully, Mrs,
M'Cully, Colonels lloyd, Iaukea, and Maefarlane,
Majors Gnlick and A." Rosa. Mrs. E. Ueckley, Mrs.
Iaukea, Mrs. C. T. Guliek.
Major Janius 11, Wodehonse. H.IS.M.'s Commis
sioner and Consul-General : Mons. Henri Fecr,
Consul and Commissioner of France ; the follow
ing members of the Consular Corps : Messrs. F.
A. Schaefer, T. 11. Walker, 1. A. McKinley, F. P.
Hastings, J. H. Patv, J. C. Glade, A. J. Cart
wright. J. F. Hackfeld, H. F. Glade, and 11. W.
Laine, Com to de Louviers, and Mons. tiuibert.
Mrs. Wodehouse, Madame Feer, Mcsdamcs
Schaefer, T. It. Walker, McKinley, Hastings,
Paty, Glade, Cartwright, H. F. Glade, and Laine.
Messrs. and Mesdames E. P. Adams, Afong, A.
T. Atkinson. S. C. Allen. W. D. Alexander. Thos.
Krown. J. E. Barnard. D. D. Baldwin, J. T. Brown,
C. O. Berger, it. F. Bicuei lon, W. Babcock, liev.
S. E. Bishop, Rev. H, Bin:;li:ini, II. M. Benson,
Hon. C. B. Bishop, 11. Cat twi ight. W. It. Castle,
G. P. Castle, It. Covington. A. F, Cooke, C. M.
Cooke, S. M. Carter, Dr. Ciinniiitigs. H. P. Crabbe,
Jas. Castle, Crowningburg, li. 1'. Hillingliam, C.
T. Dillingham, Be v. Dr. Damon., E. C. Damon, J.
M. Davidson, G. Einmes. A. Fuller. G. D. Freeth,
T. It. Foster, Furueaiix, Dr. Fitch. Rev. A. O.
Forties, B. Grieve, W. M. Gift'ard, Goodwin, A. S.
Graham, Dr. Hagan. J. A. Hassinger, E. B, Hen
dry, Hon. E. O. Hall, W. W. Hall. C. Hustace. J.
Hoting. J. A. Hopper, Jas. Humphreys. Howe, Dr.
HotTmau, I. C. Jones, W. L. Jones, J. E. Kennedy,
Kotehlin, Capt, Lime, C. J. Lyons, B. Lewers.J. Law
lor, H. S. Luce, W. J. Lowerie, J'. .Vacfarln!.
Bev'd A. Macintosh. Capt. Mist, M. D. Monsarrat.
M. Mclnerny. Mehrtens, C. Mangles. J. M. Out, J.
M. Oat, Jr.," Hon. W. C. Parka. J. B. Peterson. SX.
Peterson, G. Boss, Dr. Bodgers, S. BoMi. .S. B.
Bose. Beimensclinoider, Col. Spreckels, Hon. B.
Sterling. J. S. Smithies, Dr. Staugenwald.- W. B.
Seale. Ber'd L. Smith, J. G. Spencer, H. Sniidt.
Stillmati. M. M. Scott, Tucker, A. N. Tripp. W. P.
Toltr, W. C- Wilder, Dr. Whitney. C. B. Wilson.
Dr. MiGrew, Whjte, O. West, T. B. -Walker,
Mesdames J. Brown, G. C. Beekley, E. H. Boyd.
II. A. P. Carter, J. H. Coney, J. B. Cooke, C. J.
Castle, S. Dowsett, J. G. Dickson, Dickson, Dudoit,
Haalelea. Monsarrat, Perry.
Misses Afong, M. Austin. ; A. Austin. Boyd,
Baboock. Bishop, Bingham. 'Bolles, Coney, L.
drier. S. F. Coiney, Cleghorn, C. 1). Castle. 11.
K. Castlp. Castle, M. Chamberlain, Cathcart.
Dora Dowsett, Dayton. Dosett." Flastnan. Green,
Hassing6r, Hustlaue, B. lempstend, Irwin. Jones.
Sarah King, Kiuuey, Luce, M'lutyre, Jomi:.hi,
Mist. Mangles, Parke, Pierce. Peirce, Perry, Robin
son, Richardson. J. RolH.-rtsn, K. Stillman. Storrs.
Messrs. E. P. Adams Jr., Godfrey Brown. C. H.
Brown. J. Brown. M. Brown. B. Bishop. Barton.
C. E. Carter. D. Dayton. It. M. Dow, T. A. Dudoit.
Deering, Dr. Emerson. J. Ena, W. Foster. F. God
frey. W. M. Graham. F. 11. Hayselden, F. M. Hatch.
W. L. Hopper. H. R. Hollister. W. G. Irwin. Kawai
nni. H. Lose, Dr. McKibbin. H. McKibbin. H. E. Mc
I u tyro. Jr.. John Oat, A. W. Richardson, Hon. .1.
Mott Smith, G. V. "Stewart. A. H. Spt-mer. J. D.
Tucker, Vot, Holt. J. S. Webb. W. L. Wilcox. A.
Whiting. J- H. Wodehouse. Jr., It. WodehoUsf.
Pohukaina Girl's School
We were unable to give place last week
to our report of tbe closing exercises of this
School which took place on Wednesday,
July 26th. These were lengthy, occupying
the whole day, and pro veil highly interest
ing to lookers on. One of the special fea
tures introduced into the work of this
school by Miss C'orney is the study of Calis
thenics, the necessary apparatus for
which has been wholly provided by that
ady herself. These healthful exercise are I
not only invigorating to the frame but also j
add greatly to the grace of movement of
those who are efficiently trained in them.
No one could fail to observe their usefulness
who saw the girls of Pohukaina School on
their examination day. Another point for
which this school ha9 long been noted is
the neatness and tidiness, in dress and
manners, of all its pupils. In her persist
ent efforts to secure this praiseworthy con
dition of things Miss Corney has alway had
the faithful support of her assistants Mrs.
Scrimgeour and Miss Luce. Successive
Reports of the Education Board bear testi
mony to the faithful work done at Pohu
kaina. "The condition of this school Is
very gratifying (1873.) " The pleasing pro
gress made in this school affords clear evi
dence of faithful Tfitruction and diligent
study. The pupils of this school are
-enerally known, out of the schoolroom, by
heir neat and tidy appearance." (1880.)
'All that patience persistence and faithful
ness can accomplish." "rseatness ana
good order prevail ; and the pupils
show a srood deeree of Interest in their
studies and have made good progress."
(1SS2. Such is the language in which the
official reports refer to Pohukaina School.
The primary department which is under
Mrs. Scrimgeour's charge was the first to
be examined. After a Psalm had been re
cited by all the scholars a very pretty Calis
thenic exhibition known as the "Flower
Exercise" was given. The various divi
sions were then examined in succession,
and earned the commendation of the In
spector who was present. The elder girls
then took the p ace of the beginners. Iheir
Calisthenic exercises elicited much ap- j
plause. These were a "Flower Exercise''
with acconip.-myingsong "Buy my flowers;"
a " Wand Exercise " (which was gone
through in a really perfect manner); the
"leg, foot, shoulder and head" exercise;
and the " hand, arm, leg, foot and shoulder"
exercise. Each of the grades of this divi
sion of the school took one of these, and
all joined in the first one. A gentleman,
experienced in school affairs, who was pre
sent, has noted for us the following exer
cises as worthy of special mention: "The
Wedding " (Sonthey) by Malia Silva
and Henrietta Pehu ; Recitations, "Curfew
shall not ring To-night '' and "Christopher
Columbus" by Annie Sillaway ; "The last
Redoubt," "Poor Babes in the Wood" and
"Jesus' .Seat" by Kapika Kekumu; "The
Letter of Blunders" by M lia Silva and
"God is Everywhere" by two girls whose
names we do not know. The examination
of Miss Luce's classes followed, with recita
tions by each class, and a " flower exercise
accompanied by singing." Then Miss Cor
ney's spelling classes were taken in hand,
and after further recitations and singing,
the special examinations in geography
(with map exercises) and in arithmetic
were gone through. A "closing address"
was given as a recitation", and the proceed
ings closed with the singing of " Ka Makua
Mana Loa." We wish both teachers and
scholars of this excellent school a pleasant
The following is the report presented to
the Assembly yesterday, by His Excel
lency the Minister of Foreign Affairs, in
response to a resolution introduced by Hon.
Mr. Widemann, and unanimously passed
bv the House :
" 'Jfon. Godre Rhodes, President of the
Legislative Assembly, Sir : In response
to a resolution of Hon. Noble Widemann
that "His Majesty's Government be re.
quested to inform this House in writing,
what amount of money they have actually
expended on account of the late immigra
tion from the Azores per steamship Mon
arch, and also what amount the agents of
said vessel, Messrs. Brewer & Co., stlil de
mand, in order that the actual cost of these
immigrants to the Government may clearly
appear; also tltVt" '-His Majesty's Govern
ment be requested to inform this House in
writing, whether they have any informa
tion from the Captain or Purser of said ves
sels, or from any other source, of the actual
cost of the charter, and other expenditure
of said steamship Monarch."
I beg to submit the following statement
of accounts; "1st. The Board of Immigra- 1
tion in account with A. Hoffuung & Co. ;
2d. A statement of Secretary of Board of j
Immigration, of steamship Monarch, ar- .
rived June 8th, 1882, from the Azores." I
3d. A statement of charter of Monarch, and i
expenses of immigrants said to be copied j
from Purser's books on board steamship !
Monarch. Walter M. Gibson.
Loudon, April 28, 1882. !
The Hoard jf Irani
Honolulu. " j
In account with A. 'iiOlVuujjSirl Co -
To passage money per S.S.
Monarch, St. Michaels,
Azores to Honolulu of
the following emigrants :
33 children above 14
vears of age
-loi adults, 20 each 8,C80 0 0
:i:i7 children, 2 to 14
years age, 10 each 3,3.0 0 0
ss'iufants (no charge) 12,050 0
Consul's fees for certify
ing 4SG contracts at ?1
each S 486 00
Advances to emigrants as
per account 1,317 11
Exchange at 4s 2.1 iht . .S1.803 11
Insurance cut passage money
0.:lO() at 20s and duty
7.:500 at 2."js and duty
Stamps cu one draft.
Bv our drafts at tl months '.
"on Ilishop and Co 9,853 8 10
Less 207 days interest at
5 per cent, deducted by
Messrs. liothachild on
nciiociation 279 7 10
To balance due
monev as above.
3012 10 0
Statement of S. S. Mou&rch, arrived June 8th,
1SS2, from the Azores,
Taid C. Brewer A Co. l4
Les amount deducted
for short delivery, etc., . .
3,012 10 0
427 12 7
2,584 17 5
$ 12,725 53
$ 48,507 28
Or at 48'id
Drafts due October 28th,
$ 61,232 81
Received pass-age money,
etc., from planters, etc..$ 33,645 13
Less disbursements 2.420 72 S 31,224 41
Net amount topav Oeto-
W2Kth. 1882 .'. 30,008 40
This ne t amount to pay is for bringing in
and MS infants free
.Tohh S. Smithies,
Secretary Board of Immigration.
As per statement below.
Ici.pyj HosoLrLC. H. I. June 9th, 1882.
Messrs. Hoffxcmi A Co.
To The Interior Depaktmf.mt, Ih:
F.x Monarch :
7 Minors overcharged 20 each, 140 0
:l Minors not landed 20 each 60-0
15 children not landed 10 each 150 0
1 adult, 58 years, physically unfit 20 0
1 adult and 2 minors', bad consumption, 50 0
Consul's Fee. . .
. 2 16
427 12 7
Costs to Me-o-rs. Hoffnunu A fo of
and provisioning the immigrants per Monarch:
Charter of S. S. Monarch j (g$5 to 1 J ? 20. (sm
Salaries of Doctor. Parser, Assistant
Purser, Cooks, and gratuities to pas-
aengers and crew
Provisions supplied for voyage
Fittings of vessel, berths" hospitals.
utensils of all descriptions of etc., etc. . S.170 54
Tutal $ 23.C22
From this total is to be deducted tlie
amounts realized from sale of fittings, r.l-"
the value of provisions not consumed, ' be
ing about one-third of the whole quant t'
put on board.
Note. The above is only an abstract
the statement, the original document not,
veiug accession 10 me representatives or the
For conclusion of Legislative Pr cvedings. and
an article on the Liquor Bill see Supplement.
''HE CMIKRSICMCO IIKKKBV CIVICS
. Hereby gives Notice that he a ill commence ibe
ASSESSMENT OF TAXES
For this District, including
Monday, Aug. 14, 18S2,
And requests all those who are liable to taxation to make
their returns to him at as early a date as possible.
(ieo. E. laichnrdson,
Aug5dtfw2t Assessor for District of Kona. Oahu.
i.i. oi mM)ix(i kills a(; uvvr
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
Must be preseuted at once to the Undersigned
E. A. Pierce. Sec'y.
Honolulu. Aug. 3, 1882. auguMt
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