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IL BY AUTHORITY. '
UK Mtiji-aty Hip King grunted uu
uudicuco to Ills Excellency R. M. Dag
gett -nuithla successor In oltfee ns Unite J
States Minister RcMdent, Hon. Geoige
W. Merrill, (it 12 o'clock noon. thU dny.
at lolnnl Palace. Ill Exoollcn-w- It. M.
Daggett wab presented to Ills MiijoMy
by Ills Excellency the MluMcr of For
eign Affair-1, nud niiuli' tin1 following
May ii i'1.i:asi: Youu M.wumi : 1
urn about to take my leave as Minister
Resident of the rutted States near Your
Majesty" Coin I; and. In doing o. I am
gratified in being able to convey lo
S'our Mnjely by specific direction, an
assurance of tbe sincere desire of the
President lo strengthen the relations of
friendship now happily subsisting be
tween Hawaii and the groitct Ameri
Since tlieieeugnllloiinf the Independ
ence of Hawaii by tho United .States no
les than three distinct political parties
have at intervals dominated Hie Govern
ment and directed the policy of the He
publle. and In every administration the
people and the Government of Hawaii
have foilnd a -tcadfast friend and
goneroiii protector. The people of the
United States?, whoc will is an iiiMutc-
llon to their mlers, are juM, peaceful
and considerate, and in the future, as it
has been in the past, Hawaii may ic
poec with confidence upon their fiiond-!-hip
and neighborly encouragement in
fall its efforts in the path ot political
M'lf-reliauco and good government.
To thee assurances of national good
will, 1 beg to add an expression of my
personal regard aud solicitude for all
lliat pertains to Hawaii and its people.
With .something of a knowledge of their
past as well as of their hopes for tiie
'future, J shall never cease to feel a lhely
sinteresl in their well-being, aud ai I
journey homeward the shadows of their
hills -will lengthen into a fadeles
memory. Acknowledging and appreciating the
gracious kindness of Your Majesty, and
the frankness and courtesy of Yoip
Majesty" Ministers and other high
otlleers of state in my nlllclnl and social
intercourse with them, I respectfully
ask for my successor a continuance of
that confidence and kindly feeling
which hac rendered r agreeable the
discharge of my olllcial and -oeial
duties near Your Majesty's Court.
Ills Majesty replied :i follows;
Mit. Daugktt: It is with regret that
1 take leave of' a gentleman with whom
I have enjoyed such pleasant iclatlons.
your leprcsenlations of tiie interests of
your great country at my court hao
been most honorable and courteous, aud
have tended in every lespeet to in
crease tho mutual good understanding
between our lespcciive states, aud to
Inspire my Government and my people
with a more profound appreciation of
Hie magnanimous goodwill and fiicnd
ship of tiie Aniciieaii .Nation. My best
wishes and those of HorMnjoty go with
you, sir, and wlth Mrs. Daggett, on
your lctnrn to your native country, and
it will ever be my sincere prayer that
success and happiness may attend ynu
throughout your future lives.
His Excellency R. M. Daggett then
presented his successor in olllee, the
Ifon. George AV. Merrill, who made the
following address to His Majesty:
May it Pi.hasi: Yoijk Majesty: 1
have the honor to prc-cnt a letter of
credence from the l'resldent of tho
United States of America, to Your Ma
jesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands,
as Minister Hesldcnt of Hie United
.States of America, to reside near the
Government of Your Majesty in the
Hawaiian Kingdom, and auro Your
Majesty and the people of Your King
dom, that tho President and the people
of the United Stales entertain a sincere
desire to cultivate to the fullest extent
9 ".a kindly feeling -which has so long
existed between the two countries, and
I am charged lo convoy to Your Majority
lenewed assurances of the best wishes
of the Government of the United States
for the prosperity of the ll-iwalluu A
auds.'i 1 sincerely hope that during" my lesl
dence among Your people nothing shall
bo left undone, on my part, to perpetu
ate mutual good will, and It shall bo
my constant aim to maintain Hiomi ties
of' friendship which! trust the muta
tions of time will never secr.
1 feel that I volqo the sentiments of
the President and people- of the United
States, -when I expic-s the .sincere hope
that Divlnu Grace may continue lo
shower copious blessings upon YourJIa
jesty and tho peoplo of Your Kingdom,
and-that the friendship and goodwill,
now existing between the peoplo of the
United Stales of America and tho Haw
aiian Dominion, may with tho approba
tion of the Supreme Ruler, continue
through tho yenis, uu uiibmkcu bond,
llrmly nnchoicd in tho heads of a pios
perous and hnppy people.
Ills Maje.-ty replied us follows .
Mit. Mi.NisTiai: J am happy to have
the assuraucu fiom you of tho continued
friendly rcgaid of tho American Re
publlu for my person mid my Kingdom,
In replylufi to you, I aw lushed. ly
tho trndlllonnl goodwill of Amcilcato
Hawaii, nnd 1 am well pleased to wel
come to my Kingdom the cholc of my
ureal and trood filcud Pipsldent Olcirn- (
laud in your pet sou as the representa
tive of the AnuTlcnu Government and
Mr. Minister. 1 shall give Instructions
to the olllcers of my Government so that
It will be their pleasure us well as duty
to tender to you every attention and
courtesy dining your official residence
within my Dominions.
Ills Majesty was attended on this oc
casion by the Honorable A. S. Clcghorn.
A. !'. diidd. Chancellor; Their Excel
lencies, W. M. Gibson, Minister of 1'or
cign Affairs; C. T. Gullck, Minister of
Interior; J. M. Kapenn. Minister of Fi
nance; Paul Neumann, Attorney-General;
Honorable L. McCully, Justice of
Hie Supreme Couit; Colonel C. 11. .Tudd,
His Majesty's Chamberlain; Colonel E.
W. Purvis. His Majesty's Vlce-Cham-berlain.
C. H. JUDD,
Ills Majesty's Chnmbciiniu.
lolanl Palace, June 12, 1SS3.
UTS HOP & Co., It ANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
:vnlc oi" Oivlii'oi-iiiu, S. JT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK. BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commcicial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tire Comiueieiiil Hank Co., ol Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Uliristeliuruli, and Wellington.
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Poitland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly.
Bat established for tho benefit of Ml.
FRIDAY, JUNK 12, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Yoscmitc Skating Rink 7.
Central Park Skating Kink, 7:30.
Imp. Onler of Red Men, at 7 :30.
Morning Star Lodge, K of J. 7 :30
Tiie Secretary of the Treasury lias
issued a circular directing customs
oflicers to collect the alien immi
grant tax of fifty cents each from
foreigners coming to this country as
tourists anil as travelers in transit to
other countries, a9 'well as from
those coming to this country to
Tiie above clipping is from a
Washington despatch to a late San
Francisco paper. The tourist anil
immigrant arc henceforth to be
rated for the privilege of putting
their profane feet on United Stales
(soil. The levy is not altogether con
sistent with the broad principles of
liberty claimed by the American
nation. The whole country has
come to be regarded as the freest
under the sun. The gates of the
Union have been wide open, afford
ing free ingress and egress to every
person, of whatever race, color or
nation. By this new departure of
the Treasury Department, the click
of the entrance gate will he raised
only on payment of a fifty cent
admission fee. Tho people of the
United States are among the most
extensive travelers in the world.
It is only reasonable to suppose that
they would be the last to throw a
toll-bar across the part of the world's
thoroughfares running through their
country. There being no passport
tax in the arrangement, Secretary
Manning need not be said to have
taken the idea from the Hawaiian
Kingdom. It is not cyen certain
that lie knows of the easy anil sum
mary manner in which immigrants
and visitors to thcso Islands arc
compelled to put up the stamps.
The two dollars taken, just off tho
harbor, out of the already battered
purse of the frost-fleeing immigrant
from northern latitudes coming here
to get comfortably warmed, and the
passport fee payable before a person
can be permitted to go away to get
cooleilj arc tux-gathering devices
against which Mr. Manning's terms
arc very moderate indeed. Light,
however, as the tax is, it is u retro
grado blcp. If it is intended to
swell the revenues, it is needless, for
they aie more than full to over
flowing. If it is intended to add
one to the petty annoyances with
which travellers aie beset in every
country, it will answer its purpose
only too well. As it docs not affect
the peiiiiauent residents of the United
States, foreigners only will have to
complain. Their bark will be worso
than their bite, for they have no
votes, nnd not even a ward politiciuu
will enro lo champion their cause.
There will doubtless hu more Kit
ropcan sweating on Hie wharves of
New, Yoik this summer than usual.
It will next be in order for Canada,
Great Britain, Franco nnd oilier
Kuropcnii countries to follow suit
and impose admission feci upon
travelers from America going to see
the lion's of the Old World". After
a year's experience of the advan
tages of taxing each other all round
ill ti circle, nil pailics will get sick
of it, and there will be a general
international collapse of all u alios
pitablc exactions. And the world
may see as great a wonder during
tho present century us that the Ha
waiian Kingdom will permit its in
habitants to exist in an untaxed
stale at least until they land on its
shores, and will view the abolition
of the present system, under which
every inhabitant of the islands is
practically a prisoner of the Govern
ment, without any painful solicitude
for the safety of Hie country. This
is an age of personal and commer
cial intercourse between the people
of every country. Any unneces
sary restriction upon immigrant or
traveler is n source of .annoyance to
him, aud is unpleasant to the col
lector of the rale, as well. Citizens
of all civilized countries should be
free to go when and where they
please without being met by national
exactions lo render thcln painfully
conscious of the existence of other
wise invisible international bounda
YESTERDAY, at the Park, a silk
umbrella, with while bone or
ivory handle with lizard engraved on
same. The finder will please return
tame to this olllee and be suitably re
Mr. H. H. Babcock,
WITH AVest, Dow & Co., wishc3 to
inform the Indies ami gentlemen
of Honolulu, that lie will take a few
pupils on the Guitar. Anyone wishing
to lc.iin will please apply at the store.
riiJIK MAIL by the
X S. S. jVTuvipoMn,
"Will close at the Post Olllee,
At 10 a.m., Monday,.
Juno 15, 1885.
A" LATE LETTER BAG " will be
kept open till 11 a.m., to receive
late letters, on which an additional fee
of Five Cents each letter must be paid.
Letters for Reqistkation will be ic
ccived till !) o'clock on Monday.
Pcrtous mailing coircspondencc on
the mniuiug of the steamer's departure,
are rciiueslrd to stamp all letters before
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Post Olllee, Honolulu, June l2th, 1885.
fill's stmsbip Co.
New Route to the Volcano !
rpHE Steamer KINAU, King Oom
JL mandcr, will, leave Honolulu on
Tuesday, June 23rd, for Keauhou, the
New volcano Landing, and thereafter
upon the lirst Tuesdav after the ai rival
ot the Alameda and Mariposa, due licit;
the 8th and 22nd of each month.
Wo oiler passengers i linouou tickets
for tho sum of fifty dollaiis au
CKAiioES 1'aidj allowing passengen
twenty-four hours' lime at the Volcano
House, and returning to Honolulu on
Only fourteen jiileh fjiom the
si'eameii Ti) Tin: Voicano, over a good
road less than half the distance o? any
On all triiis except Volcano trips, the
KINAU will run her regular tirao table,
going to Ililo aud icturnliig to Hono
lulu at 10 a.m. Saturdays. On Volcano
trips, passengers from Laupahochoe
must take the steamer on up trips. Pas
sengers can remain on board or stop over
at Hilo until Friday at 0 a.m., as thoy
All further particulars given at tho
WILDKU'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Juno 12, 1885.
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
I NTJiNMNG Exhibitors me reminded
J that entries of Horses for the Fair
of 13th mat, must ho delivered or mailed
to tho undersigned beforo 5 p.m. on
Entries of other classes of Exhibits
will bo received if delivered or mailed
in Honolulu on Thursday evening.
Entry blanks can be obtained from
the undersigned or from Mr. A. Jaeger,
who will also receive the entries. '
Attention is icijucstcd lo tho follow
ing extract from the Piogrammc of tho
"Tliu huge huildliigand such parts of
lliegiouiids us arc not required for the
llorcc Show will he open to the public
to exhibit any animals not horses
manufactures, implements, etc., that
may lie placed there. A committee of
the Society will Inspect and report upon
tin m if thoy shall he deemed sufficient.
ly worthy." J. S. WE15 0, Scc'y.
' 42 .
HOUSE TO LET
AND Furniture lor Sale, ut No. 01
Doictauia Street, . 42 tf
SPECIAL AUCTION SALE,
WE have received Instructions from
(Jol. CUltTIS P. 1AUKEA, Collector-General
of CiiEtonis, to cell ot
Public Auction, nt our Salesroom, on
MONDAY tho 15th Instant,
at 12 o'clock. M..
the following goods condemned for vio
lation of tho revenue laws:
Mahkui) A K.
C boxes Cracker. ft boxes Oysteis,
10 pkgs Paper, 5 " Salmon,
2 " lJroom, 10 " Candles.
M.vuicr.i) S IC
! boxes Soda (Jrackeri.
5 half bids Salmon,
107 half pound Chinese Tobacco.
0 empty Utittcr Kegs,
5 boxes Oysters.
LYONS & LEVEY.
15 2t Auctioneers.
Horse, GarrtaB & Harness
For Salo at Auction.
By oulcr of John V, Smith, we will tell
in float ol our Salesroom,
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 13,
at 12 o'clock noon,
i izjkrsr ir.n.TY,
4 years old, gcod loadsler, In foal by
Holt's stallion, guaranteed Sound and
without vice, together with a
almost new, and set of Single Harness,
IiYOKS & liEVEY. Anrt'rw.
Marshal's Sale of Bankrupt
BY YIKTUEof an order of sale, is
sued out of the Supreme Court,
on tho Oth day of June, A. D. 1885, In
the matter of the Gee Sung Wai Com
pany, I shall expose for sale in front of
Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday,
the 19th day of June, 1835, to the high,
est bidder, all the right, title and inter
est of the E.iid Gxo Sung Wai Company,
bankrupts, in and lo the following pro.
All that certain Kice Plantation situ,
ate at Heoia, Koolaupoko, in said Islnnd
of Oahu, with the growing crops there!
on and leases, buildings, live stock and
agricultural tools and implements there,
to belonging, and more particularly
described as lollows to wit:
Lessor, John McKeaguc; lessee. Ah
Scon and Ah Uhnnii & Co.; date, Nov.
24, 1877; term, 14 years; rent, 250.
Lessor, John McKcagno; lessee, Ah
Chan; dale, Apill T8, 1831; term, 10
years; rent, $40;' aiea, 1 acre.
Lessor, S. Kaalo Sopica; lessee, Ah
Chan; date, July 4, 1831 ; term, 5 years;
Lessor, S. Kaalo; lessee, Kikana, date,
Oct. 0, 1882; term, 5 years, lent; $90;
aiea, 1J acre?.
3 Wooden Buildings;
Water Wheel for Hire Mill and fix
tures; 1 Iron, Pan;
2 Iron Pans;
1 Clock ;
A lot of Agiicullural Implements;
The said plantation contain- in all an
area of twenty (20) acres of good lice
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
45 3t .mo. II. SOPE It, Marshal
NOTICE of SALE
Goods & Merchandise
taken upon a Distress for Rent.
By direction of T. AKI of Ewa, Oahu, I
urn directed to sell at Public Auction, at
the premises No. 00 Nuuanu Street, on
MONDAY, JUNE 22nd;
at 12 o'clock noon, the following Goods
3 Hound Tables, 5 Meat Safes, ,
4 Washstands, 1 Show Case,
2 Squaro Tables, 2 Show Cases,
1 KW Hound Table, 5 Pillows,
2 Wash Stands, 2 Pillows,
1 Writing Desk, 2 Counters,
1 Chest of Drawers, 1 Table,
1 Book Stand. 2 Table Logs,
1 Trunk, 1 Machine,
1 Table, 3 Carpet Chillis,
3 Bedsteads, 1 O irpet Table,
1 Long Table, Tin Blk Oil,
3 Mnltmsscs, 1,000 Feet Mouldings,
1 Ueo Hive, 2 pair Show Case I)oois, 1
1 Machine Chest, 2 pes 1$ in lumber
1 Machine, 2 pes 4 In lumber,
15 pes Table Logs, 1 cs Bed Bints
1 Clock, 1 St Iron Bed,
2y, Tins Varnish, Keg Nails,
U bill ltcd.PuintnPowder,
'3 Garden Posts, 1 Tin Oil Paint,
35 pes Bed Bonids,
t Window Screws,
21 pes Bed Pons,
20 pes Bed Lumber, 1 Iron Scrow,
14 pes 2x1 Lumber, 2 bxs 10x14 Glass
ti Chests, 3 Lamps,
1 Sauce Pan, 1 Blanket Stand,
8 Irons for Beth.
Being the sanio distrained lrom tho
? remises of Homau, on Nuuanu Street,
Ionolulu, on the 20th day of .May, 1883,
for non-payment of rent, by tho said T.
K. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
Dated Honolulu, Juno 5, 1885. 41 2w
Mil. OHAS. HOYT'S Shooing Shop
is now reopened, luteifering
horses u specialty, 20 tf
MIIII.BMIMg MHUlinW MWB WHIW,
Nos. 68, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
"Ve vriBh to amioutiuu tbu arilvnl of our new iiummer Stook In our
which is the moht eompletu in this city.
is Feathers Cleaned and urEed.""!
Native Straw Sewed in all the Styles of Hats.
500 pieces of Dress Lawns nt very Low Prices.
New designs in Dress Goods, Satins & Runting9.
Ladies' Wrappers and Children's Dresses
in large varieties. A largo invoice of Laoes and Embroideries.
Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Hosiery
in the latest st3ies.
BOYS' WAISTS ! BOYS' WAISTS !
Youths', Boy' and Children's Clothing a specialty.
car NEW GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. m
'jGSy" Call and be Convinced, "a
S. COIIN & COMPANY.
c Hardware nipanv
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise
Just received Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Chest, now styles of Chandelicr.4
and Library Lamps, Siovis and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
B3T FAIRBANKS' AND MOAVJE'S SC A.H. J3S. -8H
All of which arc olftrcd upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
ITT, lo. 8 Kaataai
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
plumbing; tin, copper and
99a SHEET IRON WORK.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islauds.
ISS'X'A.lit.TSIIED 1 r $.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
T. CKrJJox mn
I)l:iAltTiM IiaiSI'M x
REAL ESTATE AGENT Ruys and pells Real Ebtute in all parts of the King
dom. Rents Ofllces, Houses, Cottages and Room:.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMEHS-Tour
hU and tho Traveling ruhlic will apply to mo for Tickets and Information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR TIIE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK Tho Largest, Grandest and SoundeH Institution of its kind in the
AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
Thisltoulo excels nil other ioutc3 going East, the tcenory Lelng the gr.iniio.t,
tho meals tho choicest nnd tho Palace and Dining Cms tho'lmndsomest and inoJt
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employ men t for all iclMiij; woik in llie vari
ous branches of industry on tho Islands,
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON HUB INSURANCE CO.
Tho het known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods nt Custom Hotue, pays and discharges
Freight and Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money nt nil times on nrM;ltiss secuiitiy!
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT-Legal Papers of evei v descriplion-dr.iw n. B)U
Distributed and Collected. Books and Accounts kepi and udJuMo.I. Ru orda
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes nnd Insuianco on Property loolud afici.
Copying and Engrossing done. Adverliboments, Newspaper Aitirlo', (mi cs
poiiileneo and Commercial Business of every nature promptly nnd accinately
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Coinpaiile.-. r.bioad
will correspond with mo for terms, etc. Oiders for Island Sholls, Curio? Lava
Specimens, Native Views nnd Photos carefully filled and fonvaided t all' nam
of tho World.
ST Information appeitainlng to the Islands given aud all correspondence falih.
fully answered. i
JOSEPH K. WISEMAN,
873 General Business Agent, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands,