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J. MOTT SMITH.
Director of the Government Press.
TVEDXKSDAT. OCT. 2S. 1SGS.
conformity with the Act to facilitate the
settlement of Boundaries, ud with the consent
of His Majesty the King, the Hob. W. P.
Karaakan baa been appointed Ccmmisiiecer
of Boundaries for the First Judicial Circuit ;
H. E-, P. Nahaolelua. far the Second Judicial
Circuit; Hon. R. A. Lyman, far the Third
Judicial Circuit; sad Hon. D. McBryde, far
the Fourth Judicial Circuit.
Fkkd. TV. HrrcHiscs,
Bone OOee, Oct. 35, IKS. Slinkier T Interior.
"It has pleased His Majesty, the Kins, to ap
point Hon. J. O. Domini. Hon. W. P. Kama
kaa, ud Honl Henry A. Kahasa. to he mem
ber! of the Hawaiian Board oi Health, under
the Act approved June ISd, 1S6S.
Iolul IHUce, Oct. 16, 1SK.
The fallowing Circular baa been issued from
the Department of Foreign Affair :
All Centals ud Commercial Agents of nit
Hawaiian Majesty are enjoined to give strict
attention to the following instructions :
I. As repeated attempts have been made to
elace under the Hawaiian Flac vessels sot
owned by Hawaiian eitlsens or subjects, no i
provisional register will be issued to any Tes-I
eel whatever, except upon the applieaiioa of I
subjects of His .Majesty, ud in no ease will j
such provisional registers be issued until it '
shall be satisfactorily shown that such Tes-els j
are, in fact, wholly owned by a subject or rob-
jects or Inn .Kingdom, ud are about to pro-
t,T . ;r-i rani, tn ..r ,,;. ,
lu provisional register, wiU be granted
for a limited time onlv. the duraUon of which ' employed by this commnmty in -an inSu-
lUf irr , ential position Tor the hst tec years," they
LlUrAl iw fc tb3
imraa tt i mm wwdj m a i
i'??' rims,3:" i PMoiP'ier and fneud not
rJ&?J:J:,S M reportthese
-- 'Wit pi vi sotvuaii'
wm bc always ueia la oe connasrve evtaence :
ef fraudulent intent, unless the delav shall
have been occasioned by disaster at sea, or
other uncontrollable cause.
IV. Consuls are specially instructed sot ts
recognise the provisional registers granted by
other Consuls after the expiration of the time !
Ii-tfiiHi5.T?."ft5!it.d whilst they were reposing their
wint fm. tK rr u , '
v. .,t . . . . ,v- ir."- '
been gruteJ to some port in the HawaEu I
aiuuuu, . sou sfc scan cave oecn J
visited in consequence of disaster or to escape
froa serious and unavoidable perils : ud in ,
so case wul uy such provisional registers be
recognised, whea it shall appear from the ves- j
set's papers, or otherwise, that since the grant- ;
holding the same, shall have been within the ;
waters of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
signed! SrarHiLt H. Paiixirt.
Miaisurof ronifB ACiirs. oi inleru.
DsraarxxxT or Feaxssx Amzxs, )
Xlie IlawaiiaB IslaBd Trcmy.
to receive the unction of the ecxie during
from the American point of view, and prob- ,
ably contains a pretty rood summary of the ;
Thcre,can be no question that there has been
a considerable chance in public opinion con
cerning the desirableness of such a treaty ax
,t. t-.H r -r.t TV.. : 2
Is, to be sure, only one aspect of the case.
ButltUamueh broader onVthaa has been
..." JU11W.1L Ul iUlUB. lUCaUUlCUl liCH
taien upon me other side; and although
the opinions published will be subject to
aome dissent, yet we have been surprised to
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find how largely these, or nearly similar finder and mai'ciow detractor, whilst at Jug to do their duty, and limit these re
SSZ?. , the same time we ctrefuUy protect and : marks to the wrong done to the public, by
There was probably one fatal principle la-
5!H .ProbaWy one fatal principle la-,
red In this treaty. The admission of su-
s. dutyfree, from a foreim countrv would
have been one of the meet anomalous cocces-
lions ever made by the Government. The ,
reclprocltr' would have been In theorv.mnch ,
cocia craw snxars iron use lsiasos tree 01 1
duty, why should not another do the same !
tM.w. wt,K - n x . rvt i
fir! And why should a refinery in San
ran cisco be pat upon a better footicrin ;
this respect than one in New Yort which
depends- unon the Havana market lor sin.
plies? The planters of the Southern State,
just recovericg from prostration, would dis-
rover In such a principle a crueTcliscrlmlca-
uon against mem. 11 tree trade ts really n: wntenrc - -Tc rcm.-l-.KV nmcm:a
good tSlnr, then the whole countrv should senteDce - 1 ce rem-rkao-e progress
enjoy Its benefits. Bat a treaty which fails of the last vears.and vour well known zeal
perity of the Islands, win be likelv to chal- hope that our career or prosperitT will,
Tl'aSeatv l&fuT'umfy ! S continue ninter
taken as reasonably certain that the whole j rupted."
matter is arrested, with little prospect of uy , lT . . . . ... ,
further action at present. We can afford to ' The entire docmneat being transmitted
wait for the ripening of events. to TVashinrton. bad the followinsr note at-
At tw Asiauds are cot prosperous it is not '
the fault of Americans, who have done more
for their development thu all other neosle.
The newest ud remotest State in the Union . . ' , . , , ' M,im... i, :- ;ti. It is announced, to-day, that the sessions
does not fait of prosperitv. Why should ' King s pohcy and lepslaUon. bnt of Acer- genUeman who is conversant with the pat I of the proposed Peace Congress will be held
these Islands, so abounding in natural re- j jjan enterprise and enersrv. notwithstacd- ! 33 well as the present state of affairs in ' t Berne. .
sources, and where some show of coaitlta-' ic... , uu.iu- , ..... ti- t.- , The Standard of this morning has an article
tic-sal government has been maintained for 1 ins the hundred and one obstacles which ; this country, snrxnd be at W astington I 0n the Chinese Embassy, which has just ar-
forty years i The truth fa, the Islands are , jr j,;,- 1 ilinisters throw in 1 during the coming winter, the lion. J. rived. It comments on the public indiffer
too small and too remote to attain the zreat-1 -un"sa "JU" " , ... . . . . 1 ence to the Embassy in England, in contrast
. r - . . i . 1 T t t n . lntt milh h.3 hoan MmmiunnM m : . i. . v i . : . . in. . r v. . i
tE&Su&t&Si valonc ! respectaUe gentle- Charge d'Aliairs, and sailed with his wife
The native dvcaltr exists at the Ttt.,cj and man, whose initials were attached to the ' to the Monicma on Saturday last, accom
cfonceveorerpiS note, never, whilst.we were favored with ' Prf b? of their "umer-
results which can be attained under the pres- , tij residence amonir 03, gave his Majesty ' ous friends and the entire community.
lilrk ' or his Ministers the benefit of his experi- i Dr. Smith has been a resident or this
the failure win be even sreater la years to 1 ence jxd accteness in pointing oat one of 1 Kingdom for nearly twenty years, and Mrs.
StSm LitSiSErt ' the obtacles, ranch less the otler hundred, Smith was bom here. He is entirely iden-
oest-icformed American raiads, but would
The trouble is a radical one, ud must be I
cared by the people ; themselves, or borne by
them, as thev shall deer. The time waa
when the Government of the Islands soht
neiler coaatrj tt ripe for the nnioa. It
Hiion wiu unaccounuoic eoomess. ina t
It is hardly less certain that this wut of en- opinions" of his neighbors and report,
thnlasm was a great misfortune to the Ha-. , .... , , ,
wa2aa Islands. The whole Kircdoo. ia the them, mislead tie gentleman whom he un
xsitter of population, wealth and laSueace, . ertook to instmcfl
M not a Inrvirt.nt fK cS S.ti Knn.
cisax which has been chie2v built ct since
the first proposition for annexation was en-
fbraU.assXexicaa Urritory, tr-u & miserable
AAUiWaUtM WUsnj AMI VUa rUI 1VI
.province. The Hawaiian Kingdom asks for ;
ua. uuwta in viir irrar ar.r. is ci; u
tee relatiocs of a State. The pride of race .
f$S ; i
ttons oa the globe. It is not th?Feceral j
vt.Tom1 at?F ema V?cn:- I
TVe have territory eaough to carve out twen- 1
ty acr States, every one of which would j
The HxwaTJaa Kiartom seeds the benefits '
of a State alliance for her own. sake, and fcr
the lasedlate beneSt which would come 1
bom. it to her foiling Interests and fiiTi-g '
it cosnrsrrcial treaties); oar ports wosld be
ⅇ the reciprocity of siiier stalo, and the
outlay for Goreraseat defeases, would in
augurate such an era of material prosperity
ud development as these Islands bin never
known. & P. RMttin, Sept. 2L
Last week wo published tho conmuni-
eation which forms the rnbject of the
above-quoted editorial. From this, it can
be seen what conclusions, arguments and
inferences my be drawn fa the rrpre-
i sontatiora of men who a: . -1 faetnr the
open day, bat are trerelvincalcaticr. in an
underhand way, their malignant and false
statements, abjerd doctrines, and venom
The writer says that he " has enjoyed
the confidence of the Commissioners and
Ministers Resident of the United States
here during the last ten years,' and has,
at their request, made it " a part of his
badness to learn the personal opinions or
all men residing here."
ln a staan community. Ifce this, it is not
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pasairae tnai any geauemao wco occupies
the place of Commissioner c-r Minister
Resident, would be under the necessity of
employing another, who might occupy a
situation involviCg.the idea of confidential
relations, to learn the personal opinions of
his clients, patients, or parishioners, for
the purpose of reporting them to him.
In an outspoken community, nke ours,
such a course is entirely unnecessary.
Any one who has never availed himself of
the gentleman's willingness to report his
neighbors' conversation, is most undoubt
edly quite as well versed in the current
opinions of our fellow citizens, as another
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wno C1.r thought It more prudent to
relv upon the observations and conclusions
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' fome pnshtng and intriguing man than
on his own.
It it De true toat toe autnor oi toe
vuutc.NUMia mj u-uc.js muv iiuc
proper vo pauusn iu uie w unu .uk ue lias
They are to be congratulated on the
fact, that when they put him in the " in-
Suential position," and maintained him iu
mntiileivs in him. he wajs iino all the
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mean3 j, he coaHaDd those means
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derived exclusively from the influence
5, .-d their confidence in
him. gave to plot against their interests,
Mj misrepresent their Government.
It wouhl be well if the people cf this
' community should wake up to the idea
that any one who slanders their govern-
i ment, and the administration of their laws,
J is the common enemy. An one is quick
to appreciate the fact that an assertion
made iieainst his own honesty, or falseJr
-Pit the manner in which he con-
ducts his business, or his capacitr for the
same, or even against his ability to conduct
; lit- main nf ill-Ke-lrh r.nlr .?v bim
not only a great wrong but likewise a
great pecuniary injury.
Let ns examine, fellow citizens, this
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pomt together for a moment, asd then if
we nnd the above stsrsestion a good one,
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lu '" uiu KKt!s
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ennnnrt orr nno in tfc fW rrnlr nnd
sopport everv one in the free, manlv and :
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open expression of a well founded opinion, 1
--j ;n rt-,t and dntr toexnosea '
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wromr, or point oat the injurious tendency
. f in ,.h
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and manner as mar be iostified between
His ifaiestv ornfd the Tjwktnrp.
April 25th, lt66,with anaddress,in which, !
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of the coca try, he makes use of the follow- .
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tached to it. "The prosperity spoken of 1
; tt."s mr-. ;2 nn r: r '
wjjjei ther were throwiKr in the war of :
jour prosperity. We fairly pat it to this
ron2,unity. whether the observation is
justified by the facts, and if unjustifiable, '
it not an unavoidable inference that the
"inficeatiaJ pp-nt?"" who "rnade it a
ho does cot see, from this example. I
.v rur, r-t rJ K.
.tie PlbEc character of his govern-
xneot ia the property, acd a valuable pro-
pertyitis.ofeTerydtiien. Whatforen :
-"- HiU IkVUMa AjUVAiJ hAJ (Oaajt ui
capitalist will lend you
racaey what artisan, seeking' to advance
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his interest, will emigrate to your shores,
be really beiieves that tie chief execu-
tive of the coantry is seeking to throw
obstacles ia tie way of your prosperity?
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Let cs tarn asaoi, for an PTanrJ, to
the leuer of thisunknown "inSaential"
genUeman, who evidently, 33 mar be seen
? " r. r -u.
60:3 Plrt2P&' 13 E0- ide
adriser cf the etleatn, who now.
eo acceptably to a2, o&aaDy rcpreieatj the
interests of the TJ&ted States in Una
In the 11th article or his letter, we find
him stating that "a petty despotism holds
doniinion here, which suppresses free dis
cussion, abrogates constitutions, jeopardi
ses a vast amount of foreign capital, and
rests as an incubus upon all the moral, in
tellectual and industrial interests of the
uroly, the writer of tho letter could ! terms, and said the character of Queen Vie
u Lu . , f,llr(inn torU forbade the possibility uf a rupture
hot have been present at the Celebration
or the 4th of July, 1S67, at which time,
he says, American sentiment on lha
Islands hail reached a point of enthusiasm
j and high expectation." and heard the ora
j tion of the Rer. Eli Corwin, who, by a
singular coincidence, had been in this
. countrv ewctlv the same lenrth of time
jwych"the writer avers himseir to have
! been, and who likewise occupied an "Ki
lfinPntiaj portion." He could not have
neaJj or a certain sermon, preached
and printed, by that Dms. in this town,
in the early weeks or the present reign ;
,be certainlv has never read an article
which appeared ra a little periodical pub-
j nshed in thiscity.in October 1SK, known
under the name or the Mnilr Qmirieiiy.
jandissued .under the direction of Mr. C.
' J. Lyons, for had he heard and read these
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several productions, he could not posib!y
' have written and set his name to it, for
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.although the name u now suppressed in the
publicaUon. vet it is subscribed to the oriel-
nal, which was written for the "use or
' with the Honorable Secretary of State at
1 AVasbiiiptoa. and other iuQuential members
of the Government. Ae say that the pi not? tnc fioi, of EngUnd. She has al
" influential geutleman' could not have i ways been ready to settle the dispute and
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, heard or read these performances, for if he
i nM i, cnhWt tn nn
t Ueman likes to incur. If. indeed, onr
t unknown. - influential friend has resided j
Unions us ten years, and has seen and
heard the publications and discourses 1
i spoken of, and other dUcnssions, tokta,
H.L.iui sutu v tjjccvu, auu auu iuiuk um.
; this Government suppresses fedue.
sion one niav well ask what his ideas of
fiee dissussion must be
Often repeated assertions have their
effect in the course of time. It is true
that this mattgaer gives no instance in
; which this Government - has thrown any I
: nKitjlp in flit nf nmineritr none r
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j in which there has been any attempt to
exercise any " despotism," whether " pet
! ty," or otherwise ; no instance in which
! any capital, whether "foreign' or other
I wise, has been jeopardized by any act of
i the Government ; none in which " free
i discussion has been suppressed," or at-
t tempted to be suppressed. He points out
no way in which this Government which
j has striven, and is striving, to advance tho
' schools to execute good and wholesome '
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j laws to use the limited resources of the f
! country economically, for the public ben- j
f efit is 44 an incubas upon the moral, intel-
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icciuai anu muuiuii . ,
i Islands.' But how shall those who have
not lived among us, and who are obliged
to rely on the statements of others, know I
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j that such assertions are absolutely base-;
I - ihPT cnrelv are
,'67" they -nreiy are.
e purpoay umn uuj tuuu.icui uu 1
.i, ,v;r,;. A t,f,io ,ro strir. !
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seekimr to destroy public confidence and
seeking to destroy pnbUc
f.:,u u .,--- ,
public taitn oy inese ui
unirntns. ore'7 j
fellow citizens, he who has lived amonei
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you in an influential position enjoyed tne '
social intercourse, and, it is to be pre-1
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somed, uberality of some or you been
protected in hit rights of person and prop- j
erty by as free and light a Government as
oa eart,1 143 weU rePa3d 7oal iiai-
n. and. as he savs. ba3 been in the habit ;
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of well repaying and justifying your con- i
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fidecce. If, at some dav, " God should 1
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! great will be your loss, great will be the I
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gain 01 uiue w wuum 111a erticea way ue
His ALugstt and his Cabinet having
considered it advisable and in accordance j
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with the expressed sentiment of the mer-
eactile enmmnnitv in thii nlaec that some
tified with the interests of the country, and j
thoroughly acquainted with the state of the !
negotiation now. peodimr in the United I
-a r - ,
States. He has the good of U113 Kingdom
and people at heart, and enjoys the I- '
so nal confideace of alL Certainl no bet- j
Ur envoy could have been selected.
TH Cocrs have been pretty busy during
the past tea days, what with the business of '
the October term and cases at Chambers. In !
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Admiralty, me libel oruanlel x otter against
the BriUsh ship firrt Za has been occupy-1
leg the attention or Mr. Justice Hartwtll,
and Isnotyet dedded. Tte cse of Martin
vs. Boyd,fbr damages for an af.anlt, in which
the mixed jury of natives and foreigners
brought ia a verdict for the defendant, was
argued yesterday by plaintiff's counsel, ask- ,
- - j j . j i i ,
w for a new trial, on the sronnd that the I
The Court reserved their decision. I
In the case of Bex vi Jacob OTkersoo, the,
prisoner was sentenced to three months 1m-1 The leaders of the revolution Ire together
prisonment at bard labor, and to pay a fine j and In accord.
nrtim Losdos, Oct. 5. A new submarine tele-
01 ' I graphic cable from 3'alta to Alexandria,
j E;rypr, was successfully completed on ziat
Lawetxcz, October A letter from the ' unlay.
Cherokee Kation says the Camsnchra win Pahis, Oct. 6. A dlrpatcn from Madrid
openly declare war if the GoTernmect does atales that Aiaza, who was named Minister
not comply with their demands. The In- for Foreim Afialrs, declines that position In
t- are all coming tMs way. A general the new Cabinet.
break sp win probably take pkee immedl- Madejd, Oct. S. Gen. Prim is at Barceio-
attly. r 1
J LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
LoxrXKt, Sept 5. Revcrdy Johnson de
livered a speech at ShcQcld, yesterday, in
reply to an address presented by the Corpo
ration authorities. Mr. Johnson aald he an
tlclpated no trouble In the preservation of
peaceful relations between the two countries.
with England. Mr. Johnson refuted the as
sertion of Mr. Koebuck, that the people of
the United States were heterogeneous; he
maintained tbat all foreign Immigrants were
merged Into one great nation, and tbat na
tion was English.
The Ttnn has a lengthy editorial on Mr.
Johnson's speech, at Sbcllield, It thinks the
people of the United States are as.much of a
unit as the people of England, where the
Irish, Scotch, French and Germans make so
large a share In the population. It saya that
whatever may be the result of the general
elections, about to occur In England, the
same reciprocity of feeling between England
and the United States is certain to ensue.
The storm which prevailed on the coast of
destructive to the shipping. The beach at
1 wrrct, of mrJ description. Twenty-three
. Uvea were lost by the striking of the ship
i Lara. A large Tessel. name unknown, went
.down off Farmbv Light. The ship was lot
The CWifeitoa, of the 2d, saja: "The
political situation Is becoming more settled,
and a generous vcace has gained upper baud.
PniM& etU a ml jlre France to go
i to war. AH the Powers are interested In
avoiding any disturbance. The evil of un
certaln not llfl aDVionctr; tne
fi" ernment gcarantees geueral" security."
La ynutn says the appointment of a new
Minister to Brussels Implies a friendship be-
I twee,n, rn nJ Belsinm which nothing Is
capable or caaninij.
j Lomwx, SopCi The Standard coaslders
return to menasnip. tnjrituu nas always
, been more disposed to a real alliance than
: the Lulled stales.
Parliament, several thousand people held a
Thmtl w JacdvS
Ctholles A fight ensued. Yhe police finally
succeeded In quelling tho dlstnrbance, and
anestedseveral oftbeleadere. Several minor
13 tUUCil excilcmcni 111 lue Clly.
J of2tJa!iSl SU
but could not be accomplished at present
without a needlci. expenditure of money
ud of blood.
London, Sept. 9. The .Yew, commenting
on the mission of Minister Johnson, saja
that difficult questions are to be treated, but
the manifest friendly disposition of both
Mascbxsteb. SepL 9. The thirty persons
arrested for taking part on both sides in the
not ot Sunday, alter a snort prmminary ex
amloatioa were remanded. The excitement
is high, and a renewal of the disturbance Is
feared. Every precaution has been taken to
London-, Sept. 19. According to a letter,
the last advices from Central Atta state tbat
a resumption of hostilities on the part of the
Russians in Bokhara Is expected In October
Apprehensions of, war have partially sub
sided during the past week. The efforts of
the Parisian press to extract a warlike sig
nificance from the speech of the King of
"?.5S'i f lcl L:"e proved a allure, it is
nrfint that rP!in U n rplr-rirvai ri-rt fit ih
governments and people of Europe, with the
exception of the Iperor of tie French
and ctowIds Indirnatlon is mauifestiDC itself
. at bis ambiguity or Indccblon.
jt ,5 rep5rtej Gtorse Peabody wiU
soon purchase a large estate in Hungary.
for xorth Lancashire, has been appointed
I secretary oi ciate ior Ireland, vice tan
Mayo, appointed Uovernr-General of India.
Secretary of State for Ireland, vice Earl
JIavo. appointed Uovernr-General of India.
Dcble!. Sent. IS. At a meetlmr of the
Roman Catholic clersrymen at Galway, reso-
Iutions were adoptedTpledgin those present
lo oppose ail canaiuates ior raniament wno
do not support Gladstone's resolves for the
disestablishment ot the Irish Church.
m. "tt : . n:. 1 . .
The "Hunrian Diet proposes to establish
a universal Diet, ud also the establisment of
universal religious toleration throughout the
LoxDOS-, Sept 21. The Buriincme Chi-
nese embassy has arrived at this city, and are
stopping at the Grosvenor HoteL
Mcxich, Sept. 27 The Military Conven-
tion uf the South-German States commences
tcsdon toay. ,
Lasoos, cepi. ii is reponeo mat reru
bjs tent agents to Europe to make a treaty
r . M with Cm!.
i renort that Insur
rections have broken out tn Calabria and
Sicily In favor of the Italian Republic. The
Italian Government has taken prompt steps
to put a stop to the disorders.
Losses, Sept. 23. Mr. Johnson, the
Araericla Slinister, iu reply to an address
1-1 mem. 111 juiuwi, iu ikij ,u buuiro
presented by the Town Council of Leeds,
vesterdav. said that there were bnt few dif-
1 ferences between Ensrlud and the United
States, and these were unimportant, because
they could be amicably adjusted without
tarnishing the honor of either country. He
hoped for a speedy settlement of these dif
ferences, ud should devote all his energies
to tbat end. He wonld regret If either, in
coming to u arbitrament, should suffer in
Its own opinion, or in tbat 01 tne world.
The United States would certainly do nothing
iu uciraci uum no own repauiioo, ana ne
to Gnat BriUjn wod 'h
with the enthusiasm with which ther were
everywhere received in America, and says:
"All the Ministers have to do is to see that
they have ceuDine Commissioners to deal
with, ud not merely foreizn mediators be
tween .Dgland and Unina."
This evening's dispatches from Spain state
tbat the ins argents hare issued a proclama
tion, declaring that when they are victorious,
their future course relative to the govern
ment of the country will be dedded by uni
versal suffrage. The Insurgents are reported
J have attacked Madrid, which is defended
ceived. The city of garages, Is preparing
?.efen-s. "S tte anticipated attack by
Dcblxs, Sept S3- The Aldermen and
has passed awaj, it Ls time for a release of
j Liverpool, Sept. 21 Letters from Egypt
j report the yield of cotton in that country
1c?L lanjuU Xovalichez
died in this city, this morning, from his
Ota. Colocz, while preparins: to Uy to
Tnnc was arrested and banded over to the
Eerolntionary Junta at Breges.
a7 "i juu ia huicw
Don Sebastian has advised the Queen to
inaugurate a civil war, but the Basque Pror-
fnfe tri. rfnA tA mrmlr m,n n. mntttr
raT tint nurDose. These Provinces have
since given in their adhesion to the rerola-
MADaiD, Oct. L Proclamations will soon
the Einrdom to choose members of a defin
"Te Jlta; and delegate to apnstltnUonal
na, ana ts expected here to-morrow.
Xrw Toss, October 3. Gen. McClcllan
was serenaded this erenlns at the Fifth Ave
nue llotcl. The McClcllan Lesion, number
ing six or eight thousand, marched In proces
sion to the hotel, be ring banners and torches
and accompanied by a band. Gen. MeClellnn
merely returned sincere thanks for tho greet,
CntTCssr, October 4. Information from
Fort Laramie saya several hundred Sioux In
dians are there now ready to go on their res
ervation aa toon aa transportation Is fur
nished. New York, Octobers. Mall advices from
PiVrt-an-Prince of September 12, state that
the Government Issued two decrees ; one tbat
the only ports open to foreign commerce are
Port an-Prince, Cape Haytlen and Port 1)0
pox. Tho other decree prescribes the penal
ties for blockade running.
A large ameunt of counterfeit paper waa In
The ticge of Gonalves waa still going on,
but the eanse of the rebellion waa In a des
perate state, ud It waa thought It would
New York, Oct. 5. The Catholic Synod
has -roinuleated a decree at tho Plenary
Council, at Baltimore, urclnc tho Immediate
establishment of schools for colored children
In the Southern States; also the establish
ments for orphans, as there Is reason to ap
prehend a large Increase of orphan colored
Prrr&BCKO, October 6. The Democrats
held an Immense mass meeting here to-day.
They had a fine procession, which was over
two hours In passing a given point. Business
houses and residences along the route were
profusely decorated with nags, Chinese Ian
terns, etc Among the speakers were llelster
Clymer, George 1L Pendleton and Edgar
Cowan. The torchlight procession to-niglit
was grand atfair. Many buildings were
I'UILinrLTUix, Octobers. The Attorney
General has petitioned the Supreme Court
that certain persons to whom naturalization
papers have beeu Issued, without previous
declaration of Intention to become cltlxens,
be made to show cause why said papers
should not be vaceted. The Court holds
the matter under consideration.
Coumx, October 5. J. C Ilambleton is
addressing a Democratic mass meeting at
this place to-night. Guns are flrlDg and bon
Nevada, 'October 5. A magnificent de
monstration took place here to-night. The
Nevada Tanners were out in force with flags,
torehe and music Their evolutions were
peculiarly beautiful, as their ranks wen. Ill u
ruinated by hundreds of lights In the proces
sion. A vast crowd was in attendance, and
was addressed by Messrs. Booth ud Dudley.
Great enthusiasm prevailed.
St. Loins, Octobers. The Elchth Annual
Fair of the St. Louis Agricultural and Me
chanical Association was opened to-day, un
der the mot favorable auspices. The n cather
Is fine, and the attendance nuusually large.
All departments are filled to uvcirlowlng.'
Baltiaiobe. Oct. 5. Mrs. Lincoln sailed
I for Europe In the steamer Hiltimort to-day.
Chicago, October a, lnc corner-stone ot
the new Illinois State House was laid at
Springfield to-day with appropriate Masonic
ceremonies. An Immense crowd was In at
tendance. The building will probably cost
Mcurnis, October S About four thou
sand stand of arms arrived here this morning
from St. Louis, consigned to a firm in Little
Rock, Arkansas. It is alleged that tbey are
for arming .negroes. The military authorities
know nothing of them, and there is consider
able excitement and indignation among the
citizens. The boat refuses to take them on
any terms, and tbey are consequently left on
On Saturday nlsrht a train on the Missis
sippi Central Railroad went through the
testle work, precipitating four ears Into the
river. A colored brakemau was killed and
seven passengers Injured.
Central and South America.
New Yoec, October 5. The Ocean Qutm
brings the following news;
William Parker, Superintendent of the
Panama Railroad, was assassinated September
21th by J. Baldwin, a Civil Engineer In the
employ of the Railroad. The latter was suf
fering from dtiirium tremens, and shot him
self, and will probably die
flPolltlcal at Panama arc still unsettled. Re
ports of a coming revolution were current,
beveral arrests have been made. The Presi
dent had issued a proclamation stating that
measures have been taken to keep the peace
The Republic of Columbia Is quiet. A re-
Ert of the anticipated return of Mosquera
s produced some alarm, but not any serious
The deposed President Fallon, of Vene-
i zuela, had reached As pin wall, en touU for
The residents of Valparaiso had raised forty
thousand dollars for the sufferers by the
earthquake, ud the Chilean Congress bad
appropriated fifty thousand dollars for the
same purpose. The Government has also
sent large supplies of provisions, clothing,
medicines, etc, to Peru.
Politics affairs in Chile are unsettled, iir.
Clark, United States Consul at Valparaiso,
was Informally received by the President of
Chile 23 acting Minister during Mr. Kilpat
Supreme Court In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Theophilos
TTTHEREAS Emma Metcalf IJeck
I V ley has filed a petition to the Honorable
Elisha ii. Allen, sitting as a Conrt of Probate,
setting forth that an application is now pend
ing before the Court by U. P. Judd and J. W.
Anstin, Executors of the last will of the said
Theophilas Metealf, for an order of Conrt to
seU the real and personal property of the Es
tate on the gnrand tbat they hare no other
means of liquidating the debt, bat that the
petitioner can make arrangements to meet the
liabilities of the Estate and so render unneces
sary the sale of said property, provided tbat
certain new Executors, in the petition nom
inated, be appointed, and whereas the above
named Execntors hare joined in this applica
tion to be relieved from their trust, and the
Creditors upon the Estate have also joined in
Therefore, notice is hereby given that this
matter, with all objections thereto, win be
heard by the said Chief Justice at his Cham
bers ia the Court House, Honolulu. OX SAT
URDAY, the 7th day of XOVEMBEB next,
at 11 o'clock, a. x.
-3t L. McCULLT, Clerk.
Supreme Court In Pro Date.
In the matter of the proof of the will of Rich
ard Benson Neville, formerly of Honolulu,
Island of Oahn, and latterly of Kona, Isl
and of Hawaii, lata deceased.
PROPER nppli'ttion having been
made to tha Honorable Alfred S. Hart
well, Justice of the Supreme Conrt, by A. S.
Cleghorn, one of the Executors named in the
will, for probate of the will of Richard Benson
Neville, aforesaid, late deceased. Notice is
hereby given to all persons whom it may con
cern, that THURSDAY, the ith day of No
vember neat, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
is a day and hour appointed for the hearing
proof of said will, aad all objections tbat may
be offered thereto, at the Conrt Honse in the
town of Honolulu.
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
Court Honse, Oct. 28, 1SS3. ll-2t
Administrators' Notice of Sale
BY VIRTUE of an order of Conrt,
issued hy the Hon. J. W. Austin, Justice
of the Eopreme Court, in Chambers, on the
26th day of October, 1843, Xotfee is hereby
given that the undersigned Administrators
upon the Estate of Peter Naili, of Honolulu,
deceased, are authorized to sell ON SATUR
DAY, the Hth or NOVEMBER next, at 12
o'clock noon, on the premises, bj Public Auc
tion to the highest bidder lor cash, a portion
of a Taro-Patch belonging to said Estate de
scribed in Royal Patent No. 216, containing
U square fathoms, and situated at the tack of
the dwelling-houses on said Estate on Emma
Street. Honolulu, and If the proceeds from
said sale are not loSeient to pay the deiU doe
by this Estate, the remainder of the Taro
Pateh will be submitted on sale.
Honolulu, October 27, 185S. CI-2t
From San Francisco
PER STEAMER "IDAHO."
EV CALIFORNIA CUF.KSE,
Kew California Bacon,
New California Hams; 5 .
New California Smoked Beef,
New California CodSih, .
New California Maeearonl,
New California Verniaeelll,
New California Potatoes,
New California Onions,
New California Oats,"
New California Bran,
New California Oat Meal,
New California Rye Meal,
New California Buckwheat Flour,
New California Coarse Hominy,
New California Fine Hominy,
Cases French Mustard,
Cases French Ollvo Oil.
Cases French 11 reen Peas Petit Pols,
Cases Green Corn, in lib tins,
Cases Cnla. jreen Apple.
FOR SALE LOW BY
37-it II. E McINTYRE 4 BRO.
A GREAT VARIETY OF NEW
XJl. and Second-hand Sugar and other 1 a-
chinery for sale. Apply to
2S-3m VT. L. GREEN.
CHARTERS Negotiated nnd Ves-
Vy sels boagnt and sold. Apply to
VT. L. (IRE EN,
CJEVERAIi VALUAULE Fropcrties
K3 I or Sale and Lease. A
ILLS OF EXCHANGE Uought
and Sold. Apply to
ORDERS RECEIVED FOR THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.. and
Estimates for Machinery given. Applv to
iS-3m W. L. UREEN.
TUE HAVE ON HAND a superior
I T lot or hU.A IWr'tth, selected with
special care, and now two years old. Very
desirable for Grocers, Families, Ships, or Ship
ment, tor sale la quantities to suit by
3S-lni. WALKER A ALLEN.
B. F. EHLERS & G07
HAVE ON HAND, AND OFFER
FOR SALE AT LOW RATES,
THE FOLLOWINO ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy and Dry Goods,
"VTAMELY A COMPLETE AND WELL
JLv Selected Assortment of
Fancy Merinos, Delaines, Cruhmeres. Cloth
various styles of Prints, a variety of Table
lovers, nooien ana sua onawls, Wbite and
Fancy Flannels, Perfumery, Silk and Lisle
Thread, Kid Qloves. Deer-skin Ridinir Gloves
for Ladles and Gentlemen, Linen and Thread
Laces, Cotton and Silk Trimmings, Velvets,
tine California Blankets. Berlin Wool, Hosiery,
Hats and Caps, Cotton, Linen and Linen Lawn
Artificial Flowers and Wreaths,
LATEST STYLES OF
Silk Sacks & Ladies' Cloaks,
Muslin and Embroidered Window Curtains
ana various other articles.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED
fWith New Goods in our Line,
From Kuglauil, France, Germany- and
tne United States.
Order from tfae other IsIiibiIh
37 carcfsiUjr attended to. lm
Supremo CourtIn Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Mary Golclstone,
liormeny Jiary Aimer; or Honolulu, lata
Proper Application having been
made to the Honorable Elisha U. Allen,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Conrt, by James
Goldstone, the Administrator upon this Estate,
for an examination of his accounts and dis
charge from responsibility as Administrator,
and for a decree of Court awarding the Real
Estate to himielf, in default of other heirs ap-
pcaiuig iu ciauu any pan. Ana tne uonrt
having ordered that dne public notice of this
application be made in the Hawaiian Gazette
for the scace of six months, therefora h it
known to all parties eoocerned, such aa credi
tors and next of km, that this matter, with all
objections thereto, will be heard by the said
Chief Justice at his Chambers in the Court
House, Honolulu, on the 13th day of April,
A. D. 1889, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
3-om L. McCULLY, Clerk.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
J BREMMERMAN'S (German) ALES, of
J.aic importations, ana warranted sound and
good. Is offered by the undersigned at In
voice Prices for the Single Package.
31?m GODFREY RHODES.
MR. ALBERT JAEGE3 HAS BEEN AD
mitted a Partner into my Business, which
will be carried on by us Jointly under the firm
name and style of
It. F. I'UI.EKS A CO.
B. F. EHLERS.
Honolulu, Sept. 25, 1883. 37-lm
Tax Collector's Notice.
fpAX-PAYERS in the Diatrlct of
l HONOLULU, island of Oahu, are here
by notified tbat the undersigned will com
mence the collection of Taxes for t be year
IStS, at bis oSee on Marine Street, (opposite
the Honolulu "Iron Works) on Wednesday,
September 30, and in conformity with Section
102 of the Civil Code, all persona liable to
taxation in this District are btreby required
to make immediate payment of the same.
Office open every Monday, Wednesday, and
Saturday, from 9 A. M to 4 P. M.
GEO. H. LUCE.
Tax-Collector's OSee, Sept. 23, 1888-27-31
For Sale Cheap!
A NEW BOIIJER
OF 10-UOI!SE POWER WITH
eomnlfftA rt T I n wtmntMl . w ui A
with all the latest ImcroTetnentf . to b had at
a low igure at '
SS-Im E. HOPFSCHLAEGER A CO.
CALir&XXIA. OftMeX AX
The Company's Splendid A 1 Steamships
IDAHO & MONTANA,
WILL RUN REGULARLY BETWEEN
Honolulu and Sab Trstcie,
By. tha following Schedule of Time:
" Jan. S
" Jan. !S
Oct. IS SaturU'y Oct. 31
Liberal Advance Made en all
ShipntrntH per Menmrr.
Cargo for San Francisro will be received
at the Steamer's Warehouse, and receipts for
the same given by the undersigned. No
charge for storage or cartage. Fin risks In
Warehouse not taken by the Company.
Insurance guaranteed at tower rates than by
sailing vessels. Particular ear taken of ship
ments of Fruit.
All orders for Goods to be purchased In San
Francisco, will be received and tilled by return
3TfShipmenta from Europe and the United
States, Intended for these Islands, wilt b re
ceived br the Company in San Francisco, If
consigned to them, and be forwarded by their
Steamers to Honolulu, mas or cuassi, ex
cept actual outlay.
igj. Passengers are requosted to take their
tickets before 12 o'clock on the day of sailing
and to procure their Passports.
All bills against the Steamers must be pre
sented before two o'clock on the day of sail
ing, or they will haro to lay over till the re
turn of the Steamer for settlement.
U. IIACKFELD A CO.,
DBL X L TJ ,
"WILL. LEAVE HONOLULU REGU
Monday, Sept. 23th, Monday, October 28th,
Monday, October ith, Monday, Nov. 2nd,
Monday, October Kth, Monday, Nor. tth;
Monday, October 19th,
At 4 r. precisely, touching at
Keatakekua, Wednesday, about noon,
Kailna, Wednesday evenings,
Kawaihae A Mahukona, Thursday evenings,
Arriving back at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
38- WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
For Bremen, Direct.
The A I Hawaiian Clipper Bark
R. C. WYLIE,
II. IlATTinuAxx, Master,
WILL HAVE DISPATCH for the abora port-
For freight or passage, offering superior ac
commodations, apply to
33- U. nACRFELD A CO.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LIKE.
For San Francisco.
The following First-Class Yes- .ifi
sels will run regularly tn the Jmk
D. C. MUKKAY,
CIAKA JK. HUXlkU.
Eor Freight or Passase. haTlna- Superior
Accommodations for Cabin and Steerage Pas
sengers, apply to
WALKER A ALLEN,
38-3 ra Agents.
the cuerr.tt scnooxru.
Carrying the Hawaiian Hail teitkott SnWajl
wtu Leave Honolulu irery SatarJay.
at Four o'clock r. x., Returning, will leave
IT .1 f "1 ' m , n
.1 inumm cycij auesuay aiternoon.
ior ircigbt or f assage. applr to
3S-3m p. FOSTER A CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR WHO.
tue currzs jcnooaxs
ODD FELLOW, k
WiU run rezuiarlv a a Packet between Hono
lulu and Hilo. For freight or passage, apply
on board, or to CUONO HOON.
For Lahaina awiWafcee's LaMtif.
Ttae fine stantieh clipper aehooner
E. D. CRANE, Master,
WIU run retrularlr and Dunctuallr on the
above route. For freight or passage apply
iv iuc piaster on Doara, or 10
oa-om u. BREWER CO.
For Hilo and Kaa&wi. Nawm.
L Sch. Active,
WO! run aa a regular packet. to the above
port, tonehlng at LAHAINA. Forfrelght or
passage apply to
WALKER A ALLEN,
For HILO, FAlffiAA mi mm.
Will ran regularly for the above port. I"or
freight or passage apply to
L. . TORBERT, Honolulu,
33-3ra Or J. II. POiirr. !.
Of anti Oimim, MwmI.
Ml Sch. Annie,
Will rua aa a reguW packet to ttVe sjstere
porta. Tor freiglit or paeseae ascly to
33-3m WALKER A ALLXX, Ageaej.