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WE. KALAKACA, ,.y tlir- Orat-p of God, of
the Hawaiian Islands, Kin, Do Proclaim :
That it is Our pleasure, iu pursuance of the
provisions of Our Constitution, that the mciri
leirs of the Legislative Assenjlilv of Our King
dom do assemble at the Legislative Hall, at
Our Capital of Honolulu, for the dispatch of
Public Business, at 12 oVWk M. on Saturday,
the Twenty-ninth Day of April, A. I). Eighteen
Hundred and Srventy-six.
Given under Our ltyal Sifrn Manual,
at Our Palme iu the City of Hoiio-
Inlu, this Twenty-ninth Hay of Feb
Seal ruary, attguteou Hundred and Seven
ty-six, and tlie Third Year of Our
(Sipied) KALAKAl'A It.
By the Kikn-o.
The Minister of the Interior,
IS. '.'lied) W. L MoKHoNUA.
A dividend of three aud one-half p.-r cent win be paM
uiut. - ll.,tet lloiid." Uoo peese'iiatlon at the Hawaiian
1 rea.un J. u Ciuiaji, Heutsler luutic Accounts.
Krf. m, net st.
AX XDI'KN'IIEK1 JOfKNAI.,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PI'IU.ISIIKIl AM) EDITED ItY
HEXRY M. WniTXEY.
WEI) X EH It A )'. MA Hi 'II 'f
Or ovn lonrth 'nitre will be fonnd on
inteusely interesting ncoaml of the debate on
the Amntslu Mil introduced by Randall, to
Testore the seven hundred rebels yet remain
ing under political disabilities, to their civil
rights. Randall, villi the majority on his
side and an over-weening confidence in his
own knowledge of parliamentary luetics, felt
assured of the result. But in the end Blaine
by a most masterly stroke completely out-
! wilted him, and achieved .die of the most as
tounding victories of a small minority over a
majority fver recrmled in the annals of par
be liable to his employers. This necessity has
deve1oiod in certain constitutional monarchies,
of which England is the type, the idea of min
isterial responsibility, in which Ithe premier or
prime minister, an officer wholly liable to the
people becomes the nctinp ruler, and makes
up his Cabinet exactly as the President of the
United States selects his Secretaries of State.
The Premier and the President arc the respon
sible heads of their respective cabinets. Both
may lie impeached and both depend upon pop
ular support for their position. And thus, in
different ways, these two leading and most per
fect governments on earth, preserve the de
pendence of the executive on popular senti
ment, and consequently attain to the most sta
ble and effective administration of affairs pos
sible. If these great nations need such a sys
tem for their own safety, how much more do
we need it. To this want is due much of the
taking possession. The mortgagee, however,
entered a protest against the sale.
Next occurred the meeting between Capt.
Stevens of the Barracouta and King Malictoa,
when the former mado a long speech presenting
five or six trnmped up grievAnces, which are
too silly and absurd to reproduce. Among
other things whith the Capt. asked the King,
was, whether he and his chiefs approved Col.
Steinberger's acts, to which His Majesty em
phatically replied that he did. This question
was repeated in different forms several times,
to which he replied more decidedly than lie
fore. This is a brief narrative of the trouble, the
prime mover in which would seem to lie the
American Consul, Foster, whose act in solicit
ing the aid of a foreign warship iu committing
an outrage on an American vessel will proba
bly receive attention from his government and
might to result in his dismissal from service.
of I.Ii cbi' i:piriac iu March.
OA HI.. f. Cnlng Wa. cor. NntHANnaanii St. Honolulu
13 i I. 'ii i i ; Kuuatru HL Bunotuta
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li W. P. Akau. Xuuanu M. Honolulu.
llrutiwslj . liu!;-. .Nuuuliu Si. Honolulu.
-2 Ana, Nuualm .St. Honolulu.
3o Ahi Awai. Nuuanu St. Honolulu.
'I Antone Manuel. Kmc. HL Honolulu.
Man 21 Man ( 'hurt, J'unaltoa. liana.
24 1'hlllp Joaquin. l.haiua.
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a V. spencer. U'aimne.
50 Afoot .t Artiis k 1-unahoa, nilo.
KA1AI tW. IL. WrliL Koine.
17 Liuue llautauuii Company, Liblle.
51 Aswan A l.oka, llulialei.
2 Allan Herbert, Hawaiian Hotel. -Honolulu.
2 Allan H croert, BaauUan Hotel. Boaolulu.
' ATst. Ijihalna, Maui.
: Laui bai, Xuuatiu su Honolulu,
2 Allan Herbert. Hawaiian Hotel, lion llulu.
2 i. II. Sllva, Lnualna. Maul.
17 Kumaliina, Puueo. Hilo.
l W. chow. No. h. Honolulu,
1 Afcen. Kingdom.
22 Henry J. liar:, Honolulu.
it lllcli, I.
1 Aln. Haiku. Maul.
1 llertclman. llmialci. KauaL
11 F. Uendec. Walluku. Maui.
22 lianlel Ixv. 11, Ifaualel, K-ual.
ZiI. N. Wright. Koloa. Kauai.
Tar Hawaii, Mrslcrs I now ready for the reception
or articlec ,t laftaaaal pertunuiu; to the Arcbeolng, and
Natural cTJerary of the Kunidom.
niaas cases have bfH-n fitted up. which are neeured with
loew ; and dfrpOKltora roav Twl asiuM thai any artielen of
liit4Teai wincli BUT may deposit In tlie MuaeUDl will be
All article aem to the Mosiiim will be entered In the
na ie of their denosHora. whether sent as loainl. elfta. or
for aale. rarh artlrle ahould be aceonipanled with a -uti-rlm-
(! rip: . " and b- deaumated whether aent an loann.
jc:n or for aalr ; and IT Tor aale, the prices should be
kit oae delriHiir eoniriuutlng to tlie afuaueiu In hiii of
the apeetfir oranehe of the natnml tits lory of the kiuirdnni.
v. i I tuetrt w uli evert elicounuteuienl. and all tll aasistane,'
II may be poihie to irrant In the further-mice or hbt efforts,
by luakliur such desires known at the curator's oftk-e, in
Us' Muaeutn Kootn. tlovemnienl House.
All artiele desUrued for the Museum should be aent to
the - Curator of the Hawaiian Museum, Government
Hons- :" and the receipt of all articles will be duly ac
knowledred. aa- The Hawaiian Museum will be open to the public,
every day. Sun dan excepted, between the hours of :i a . M . .
to 4 r. u
Ox Saturday last the bark Mary Belle Roli
crts came into the harbor, gay with bunting,
which every one supposed meant the final pas
sage of the Reciprocity T;eaty, and a, large
crowd gathered .it the wharf to hear the good
news. But universal disappointment was felt
when it was learned that the only news was
that tiie Cuiutuittec on Wavs and Means hid re
ported to the II u- favorably on the bill. An
abstract of the report prepared by Fernando
Wood, will be found in another column. By
the arrival of tlie Mikado on Thursday next
we may expect to hear of the action of the
House in the matter. Congress now talks of
adjourning between the 5th and the 15ta of
That literary weathercock the P. C Adcrr
liter, iu its last week's issue, pats us ou the
back as it were, saying, " if our cotemporary
will join with us in sustaining a healthy pub
lic sentiment for reform of government, we may
yet hojie for the formation of a responsible
Ministry, and the establishment of an order of
administration ol public affairs, that shall
btand or fall only when it receives or is de
nied popular support."
Only two weeks liefore, its policy was to re
duce the Cabinet to two Ministers, and to strike
out the giandcst feature of our Constitution!,
Ministerial responsibility and to subst tute
for it the despotism of a King who might avail
himself of the advice of the Privy Council of
State, or not, as he chose. A more dangerous
or repulsive doctrine was never offered a na
tion of freemen through the columns of au in
And yet, this pater has the effrontery to
propose that wo join in the work of reform.
We most resjarctfully ask to be excused. We
are always ready to take allies in the greit
work in which we are engaged, of Hawaiian
progress : but when asked to consort with va
cillation, and inconsistency, with a journal
whose ambitions are retrograde, and a part of
whose manifold policies are subversive of Con
stitutional government, the least we can do is
general inefficiency, and lack of policy which How far 'the act of Capt. Stevens can be justi
has characterized our successive admin intra- fied and sustained by precedents, we are not
Honolulu. Nov. fttli. lie;
11. 11. Hitchcock,
Curator Uawaliau Museum.
Circuit Court 1th Judicial Circuit, Kauai, February
Term, postponed to March 2, 1S70. Court opcued
at aaaMan, March 2, Mr. Justice Judd presidine;
D. McBryde, Circuit Judge Associate Justice. W.
R. Castle, Attorney General, for the Crown.
The Kinx vs. Kapcna Likcsc. Malicious burning,
verdict guilty. II. I. Wana, tor the prisoner.
The Kim: v. Lisatnu. Larceny in tint dejrree,
rriconor pleaded guilty. Seutcnced to three years
and sit mouths iuiptisuuincul at hard labor uud a
tine ol ISO.
The Kinc vs. Lahatna. Murder, verdict not euil
tv. This wss a case of mainly circumstantial evidence.
The deceased was a chinaman, whose dead bodv
was lound iu the Wallua river. J. Kauai, for the
The Kinc vs. Awai (p). Bavinc unlawful posses
sion of opium. Belcudaut pleaded guilty, and wus
sentenced to imprisonment fur one month without
labor, and the opium ordered to be forfeited to the
Hawaiian Government. Subject to the case reserv
ed for the Supreme Court ou a question of lui w.
The King vs. Joe Pukiki. Burglary, nolle prose
qui entered. E. G. Hitchcock, lor the prisoner.
The Kine vs. Malme Kua. Furious riding, ver
dict guilty. H. I Wans, for the prisoner.
The King vs. Kaikioewa (k) and Naawaakiu (w).
Adulterr. Fine paid and apeal withdrawn.
The King vs. Kelek-jtnx lusligatinjr the com
mission of crime. Postponed by order of Court to
the August term. J. Kauai, for the prisoner.
Tile King vs. Maleko. Furnishing intoxicating
liqaor to Hawaiiatis. On appeal from the District
Court or llaualei ; verdict guilty. J. Kanai, for the
I.itte Item Ileum,
Loxdos, Febraary 8. The Queen has opened Par
liament. The Royal Speech states that the relations
f England with foreign Power.- are cordial ; but it is
considered that it is not the duly of-the oounlry to
aland aloof from the efforts which are being made to
pacify the insurgents of Ovinia and Hertogovina.
Therefore, while respecting the independence of the
Purtr, the Government had joined with other Powers
in urging the adoption of reforms in favor of the
Tb Government hare agreed to the purehsi of the
Khedive's shares Id the Suez Canal, as public inter
ests are deeply involved, and rely on Parliament for
the ratification of the course tbey had taken.
The representation made to China, concerning the
Burmese Expedition in &7j have been received in a
friendly spirit, and her Majesty is convinced that tbe
present inquiry will lead to tbe punishment of the of
fenders. Her Majesty is deeply thankful for the constant
health " of her dear bob," the Prince of Wales, in
India : eke warmth of his reception satires her Maj
esty that bappines." exists under British role in India,
with loyalty to tbe throne, although, when the Gov
ernment of India was transferred direct to the Crown,
Bo formal addition was made to the style or title of
The speech also announces the appointment of a
Royal Cowmtssion of Inquiry respecting the lap-
preMinn el Slave l rude
The memorial and the Ministerial reply are
given to our readers tin's week on a supple
mental sheet, and will doubtless lie read by
ever- one. The reply 6tates some of the
obstacles which prevent the introduction of
immigrants from Asiatic countries, and refers
to the investigations made by Dr. Hillebraml,
in India and the East Indian Archipelago.
While it is admitted that it is difficult to ob
tain population from thence, no valid excuse
can be given for relaxing efforts to procure
immigrants. Correspondence alone will Merer
secure them. Nor would correspondence ever
liavc secured the reciprocity treaty. It was
the personal efforts made by the two envoys
sent to Washington, and more particularly the
visit of King Kalakaua. So as regards iiniui-
gratits : if we exjiect to succeed, we mnsf do
as other countries do send one or more
special agents to open the way and see that
the proper class men, women and children
j are induced to come. By such efforts alone,
New Zealand has the past year increased her
population by over 25,000 souls ! It will not
do for us to rest on the assertion of corres
pondents in Lundon, Japan, China or India,
that no immigrants can be obtained. They
are obtaiued by other countries, and they can
he secured for Hawaii, if we arc determined to
have them. This is really the burthen of the
memorial published to-day, and means, if it
docs not say so in as many words, that popu
lation must be had, by the present administra
tion, if it can procure it, otherwise by a new
one. We are not prepared to withdraw our
confidence in the Cabinet, but we join the me
morialists in urging renewed efforts.
All Irrcftponatible Uoternneat.
The drafters of our first Constitution doubt
less intended to make our Cabinet Ministers
responsible, and to effect this .result, they
thought it sufficient simply to enact that " His
Ministers arc responsible." This enactment
was copied verbatim into our present Consti
tution, probably as a matter of form, for by
that time it was clear enough that our political
system had never developed such a Cabinet, if
indeed it was ever desired by the Government.
There is little reason to believe, that any of
the Hawaiian Kings have ever understood or
appreciated the important principle which
sinakes the responsible ministers necessary,
wherever tlie ruler is irresKnsible ; and the
tinns. Xo matter how great may lie the indi
vidual talent of the several members of the
Cabinet, unless they happen to be united, the
ability of otic is an obstacle to the ability of an
other, and so the working (lower of the cabi
net, except in department routine, is as com
pletely neutralized as if no individual talent
existed. As to the possibility of their being
uniR'd upon any policy, without referring to
our past history, it is enough to state thattiiey
are of ojual rank, and have no responsible
Tlie natural oonsccjuences of these defects in
the Government, are becoming every year more
patent. The executive, not easily responsive
to public opinion, slowly but surely is losing
that popular support, which it should possess.
This weakness is undisputed, and the only
permanent cure is an active, popular and re
sponsible government. National interests de
mand reform in the excessive outlay of the
tioveniinctit in its civil service ; they demand
measures for the recuperation of the race; but
until a radical change has been made, there is
little reason to hope that these very essential
measures will be taken up, or carried out
Other important enterprises, which it is the
province of the Government to assist or con
duct, enjoy similar prospects.
Reform in this matter need not be difficult :
Tin ('.institutional amendments afe necessary.
The Kins has simply to select a leader lor his
Government, a trusted man, and one who repre
sents the prevailing public opinion : and com
missioning him as either minister, leave to him
the entire work of selecting the remainder of i
the Cabinet, and the general policy of the Gov
! able to judge; but it has an ugly look alnint it,
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iu o niv imui, x lllo n nun illicit mi l.l m
we can learn is simply a repetition of what oc
curred here io 1SI3 when the British ship
Carysfort arrived here and made complaints in
behalf of the foreign crnsuls against the Ha
waiian government. In both cases the foreign
ers and foreign consuls sought to overturn the
government and set aside the laws which it
had established for the bom fit of the people.
The pari taken by Dr. Judd in the organization
of the Hawaiian Government and that of Col.
Steinberger with the- Samoan, are identically
the s.tine, however great the difference may lie
in the two men. Both undertook to set in mo
tion the machinery of government from the
rudest material. Both also encountered the
bitterest opposition. If the consuls of Samoa
want to procure a batch of silly grievances, to
add to their stock, we presume Mr. Jarrett,
secretary of the Foreign Office, can furuish auy
number to order. If this account bo correct,
the trouble at Samoa adds another to the dis
graceful outrages which have occurred in the
Pacific, and it looks very much like a discred
itable attempt to overturn the efforts of the Sa
moan chiefs and people to establish a govern
ment, in which both American and British au
thorities have taken part.
Samoa: Curious Proelawatlog,
By the arrival of Hie schooner Peerless, Captain
McKenzie, from Samoa, we are in receipt of a copy
of the lollowing proclamation, which purports to be
issued at the instance of Captain Steven.", of H.M.lj.
Biirracouta : Mr. Alfred L. Poppe, German Consul;
Mr. J. S. Faster, United State.-) Consul ; and Mr. J.
T. Wiliiaius, British Consul : Proclamation : Inas
much a the Sumoan Governtnent hnvelhoiight fit to
fd aside and iulcrferc with and ignoro the legitimate
jurisdiction and authority of the representatives of
fereign powers in Samoa, and h ire committed and
adopted numerous malpractices in direct opposition
to civilised laws, cn't uni, and usages, have wilfully
endorsed these actions in every respect when repre
sented to it (tho Samoan Government), at the public
conferences of the 2ltb. 27tli, and 2'Jth alt., in the
presence of the undersigueJ and Mr. LeyarJ, Her
Britannic Majesty's Consul for Touga and Fiji, and
the Captain uf His Imperial Majesty's German ship
of war Gazelle ; and wo having ihii day assembled
on board Her Oritatinic Majesty's ship BarrM ata, in
the interests of our resfiective nations, to discuss and
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foreign consuls, backed by a British war ves- per protection of the safety, freed-.m. ud protection
sel, during which the American yacht Peeress j of property of uur subjects : 1. That na subject or
'' u u.iii'Mi wnii.. i if- i it it- iii it.ii fiv i v.nntil.
S Voiii S:irava,
Htffli'lianilcd pr(K( i'(llti; of Ainrrlcan unit Brit
By the mail steamer from AttckUod, we re
ceived vague reports of trouble in tlie Samoan
group, between the native authorities and tlie
i: . .- L is. tk. '. ... . ...i ... r bmV-
troops opposed to the Malays to restore ureal and j maJ"ty Cabinet officers of the several reigns
authority at Peruk.
Bills urtu be introduced to establish as ultimate tri
tuna! of appeal, for the amendment ef the shipping
laws, aad for JeguUatjoa as regards Universities and
Both Bosses of Parliament bare voted addresses
iu reply to the Koyal Speech. Earl Derby, in an
swer to remarks from Lord GiaoviUe. said that the
support given by the British Government to Count
Andrasty's note waf not a violation of the Treaty of
Paris : the purohasc ef the Khedive's shares in the
Saea Canal was defended by tbe Foreign Secretary on
(roand of national policy. In the House Commons
tbe Marquis of ilartiegtoa condemned the Stare Cir
cular of tbe Government and tbe purchase of the
r-ucr Canal shares, us dangerous and profitless. Mr.
Disraeli, in a lengthy speech, justified the acquisition
by Kngiand ef tbe control of the Suei Canal, and
pointed out that a chain of fortresses eould be made
between England, and India : although tbe British
Govern: rent had given its support to Count Andras
y't note for reforms in Turkey, it did not compromise
the independence of the country, which was as free
rs ever. Mr. Gladstone approved of the support giv
er, I y the trorermwieot to Count Andrauy'i scheme.
have not shown themselves anxious to instruct
their lieges in the matter, or to personally in
terest themselves in the needed reform. Con
sequently the Hawaiian Government has drifted
along on the current of history, a somewhat
nondescript organization. With no strength in
its system, it is strong or weak according as its
reigning king is pjpnlar with the people or
the contrary. The prevailing tendency is to a
despotic character of administration, and per
haps such a policy is essential to public order,
under tlie ct'roumstaneos of a luixad popula
tion, because with the natural weakness of aud
irresponsible government, it guarantees a de
gree of strength and controlling influence
ov r the native clement which is necessary to
Our failures to develop a Cabinet exercising
ministerial functions, arise partly from the fact
that those who organized the government being
Ksrw Toaa, January 24. A Lendou special aays
that the JVeraiae W has created a sensation by in
timating teat part ef the extreme section of the Eng
lish chureh was iu direct intrigue with Rome, with a
view to secession. It was claimed that inn Kitualia.
tic clergymen ef tbe Establishment, with their con
titueuey of 75,011 men aad laO.01'0 women, bad
Bishops eoeaeaitted ecclesiastical suicide in admitting of course are valueless without the re-
rbe complete ejeeudaney of tbe State over the Chureh: sponsible head.
that their eonaeienees did not permit them to remain r? s. A.J a r riJitx a. via. a
sdoeet to these false bishops ;Vhat they recogniteth. lt 18 lde of respoMlblllty which 18 the
Pope as tbe bead of the church on earth, and that i grand foundation principle of stable govern-
alltnaioe ieacnes.inc ua.ngiae i alien ,-.- . onr.p: V l,o Prn.idant nrK
Maay, being married, cannot become . r-i
or t,mieror, or uovernor, is useless unless lie
was seized, "Id and carried off to Xew Zeal
and. Tlie3e reports were very indefinite and
we were unable from the Auckland papers to
gather any reliable staiemcnt regarding their
origiu. On Friday last, the German brig Le
ruk'i arrived here from Samoa bringing letters
and Mr. F. Piatt, bearer of dispatches to the
U. S. Government. From various sources we
have gathered the following facts concerning
It will be remembered that Col. Steinberger
left Honolulu last spring in the 1". S. S. Tuxca-
rora, for the purpose of organizing the native
government of Samoa, he having been invited
to do so by the Saiuoan chiefs. On his arrival
there, a constitntion was framed and promulga
ted, similar in some of its details to the Ha
waiian constitution. This was followed by the
election of the principal chief Malictoa us king
of the Samoan group, and the organization of a
government with Col. Steinberger as its pre
mier. Laws were prepared and promulgated
through the islands, and the machinery of gov
ernment set at work, as far as practicable.
Among their laws were some levying taxes,
and to collect duties on imported goods.
No sooner was this new order of tilings es
tablished, than opposition to the government
began to develop from foreigners who
before had been without restraint and preferred
to remain as they had been without law
Among these was a foreigner from Fiji named
Young, who after journeying through Samoa,
to learn the strength of tho opposition, re
turned to Fiji and reported that the inhabitants
in Samoa were ripe for annexation to Great
The statement of this emissary appears to
have been credited, for, early in December the
British war ship Barrncoieta arrived at Apia,
bringing Mr. Layard, British Consul-General
in the Tonga group, who had been so active
and so skillful in bringing about the annexa
tion of tho Fiji group to the British Empire.
Soon after the arrival of the ship, Capt. Ste
vens convened a meeting of some of the natives
and foreign residents to inquire into the causes
of dissatisfaction. Mr. Foster, the American
Consul of the port appeared to be the principal
person having grievances, and was only too
ready to avail himself of a British war vessel,
as it had been reported that the Captain of tlie
ruscarora had told him that he was acting as
consul without official authority. The result
of the meeting was, that a list of five or six
grievances was prepared io place before the
king. Among a number of chiefs collected to
support the opposition, only two could be found
who objected to Mali etna's government and pre
ferred to remain as formerly, without law and
order. These two chiefs, however, when ar
rested and brought before the king, begged his
pardon, and alleged that flicy did not un
derstand what they were doing. They also
signed a letter to the Captain of the Barracou
ta to the same purport.
Shortly after this meeting, the U. S. Con
sul requested the Captain of the Barraoouta
to assist him in seizing the schooner Peerless as
a piratical craft, because she had on board a
gun and eight or ten carbines, placed there by
Capt. Erben of the Tuscirorn. This vessel
was in the service of the Samoan Government,
and carried the Samoan as well as the Ameri
can flag. Capt. Stevens replied that he would
not render assistance unless the American Con
sul declared that he could not seize the vessel
alone, which the latter notified him he could
shi.ll be arrested without tbe said authority as pre-
vioub io juiy io. i. mat no laws in nnyltiing re
lating to foreigners shall be carried iuto effect iu any
respect. 3. Xo Samoan shall be allowed to put irons
on any foreigners at any time unless so ordered by
the said foreign Con-ul. 4. All trials and condem
nations heretofore made by the present Government
tesiltaC a subject or subjects citizen or citizens of any
of the natioas as are represented by an accredited of.
fieijT, such official's consont and npproval not haviug
been obtained thereto, shall be pronounced null and
void, ii I-'orcigners in Samoa belonging to any na
tion which has no representative in the country shall
bo entitled to obtain protection from any consul in
Samoa that tbey may choose, provided always con
sent t such protection bo obtained from such repre
sentative. but under such circomstanoes it is distinct
ly to be understood that they, the said foreign sub
ject? seeking the protection of another flag, shall
forthwith register themselves in the consulate uf the
nation that the flag represents, and shall thenceforth
be subject to and governed by tbe decision of tbe con
sular representative of the said nations. 6. All per
bons of foreign extraction residing iu Samoa and held
to service and labor shall be subject to and governed
only by the laws of their employers, his or their na
tions. 7. From lime to time lists of euch subjects as
are relcrrcd to in clauses 5 and 6. registered iu each
Consulate, shall be tarnished to the Samoan Govern
ment. S. And we finally withdraw our subjects ai.d
citizens from the jurisdiction and influence of this
until the Samoan Government consont to foreign
representatives baring due authority in the framing
of laws, and tbey, the subjects and citizens are with
drawn. Be it understood that tbe clau-ei in this
proclamation have not been framed or set forth for
auy other purpose than that of tho protection ol the
lives and property of tbe subjects of the foreign re
presentatives enumerated above, for tbeir security
aud safety , and tbey are hereby enjoined to commit
no impropriety whatever, and expected to behave as
they would do if they were iu their native country.
Given under our hand, rt Apia, the l:itb day of Jan
uary, 1876. (Signed) Caas. E. Stktkss, Captain
R.N. liarracouta ; ALrKr.li L. foi-ps, Acting Consul
for (I. I. It. the Emperor of Germany ; 1. S. Fostkk,
Consul Uoitol States of America ; S. J. Williams,
Her Britannic Majesty's Acting Conaul. Auckland
Seixubs of as Ah krican Scnoo.iitR ii thr- South
Seas. Her arrival is Accklaho.
A few days ago we gave insertion to aparasranb.
copied from the Fiji papers, in reference to the doings
of Colonel Steinberger, an American adventurer, in
Samoa, in contravention to the law and good order
of tbe government of tbe island. A smart schooner
yacht, named the Peerless, was in bis possession,
which, on account of the offensive action taken by
the Colonel, was seized by the " Marshal " acting
under the authority of the American Consul. The
Colonel, nothing daunted, fortified himself on shore,
and mounted a couple of Guttling guns in his strong
hold, determined to stand a seige. Subsequently he
was arrested; but defying the authority of tbe
American Consul, tbe assistance of H. M.S. Barra
coota then iu harbor, was requeited. This was
accorded, and eventually tbe schooner seised was, by
order of the captain of the Barraoouta and the Ameri
can Consul, sold, for a breach of neutrality by carry
ing arms ,The schooner was purchased at auction by
Captain McKenzie, of this port, who was at the island
with tho Mary Melville at tbe time of the sale. Hav
ing completed the purchase. Captain McKenzie sailed
for Auckland on the lit inst. arriving here yesterday
afternoon. Tbe Peerless is, without doubt, a ' boom
er," possessing remarkable sailiug capabilities, ooly
to be found among American ' clippers." As so in
stance of her swiftness, it may be mentioned that her
passage from Sea Francisco to Honolulu occupied
seen uays oniy. mere is no resse. in the colonies
thi she cannot eclipse, as everyone will admit who
takes stock of hr, and witnesses her performance.
She is well fitted up, baring been buill for i (chooser
yatcb, and contains good cabin accommodation. Cap
tain McKenzie is undecided what he will do with bis
recently-acquired purohasc, but there is no doubt that
iii whatever trade the enters she will "tail like a
witch," although her carrying capacity is small.
Vrltic and Uomuip om the 91 emorinl.
Tbe Adrerlunr of Saturday last baa caused no lit
tle excitement on the corncrind elsewhere in town.
A Gossip met a Mend and the lollowing conversa
tion was the result :
Cullfr TTiH. well, the AdatrtUer lias tbe (Treat
memorial and Ministerial reply, witb a rejoinder in
tbe leader column.
Crttic Tea, the .4. Is fully committed to tbe
irreat memorial, or more properly the lengthy
memorial, and we miy bmk for sliar p sparring, that
is, if the MinUtry have any stomach for discus
sion. Oottip The memorial and the lender bears strong
family resemblance ; they arc tw in brothers, Siamese
at that. Who is the antlior.
Critic Tbe Shepherd is supposed to luive led off
w ith the Idee, and strange- to say, found a strong
Gmip Arc you not mistaken? The memorial was
taken in band by u recently fledged Noble, and in
troduced by another thought to bu uearcr tbe
throne, for obvious reasons.
CrtUt I confess that your attempt at mystlflea
tion is UUBte. Why everybody knows that the No
bles you spc.il; of ure Hiking chestnuts for a cunning
aspirant for political honors.
Go! Well, what do you think of the me
Critic As a composition, it will tlnkc some as
superior to Ihcnnawcr; but Ibe memorial bad ohe
advnntrurc in Ibis: it was the work nf one mlnil,
wbilu the answer bears the impress of several. For
diplomacy, the answer beat tbe memorial onto
sight . and ibis bid no doubt accounts lor the gall
iu tbe lawauK
Otxatip Yoa seem to think that the memorial
conveys a censure of the Ministry, and if so, how
can you accouut lor some ol the signatures?
Critic A number of signers tailed to read tbe
memorial; it was loo long, and they signed because
others bad done so. Some of the lionorublcs have
improved an opportunity to say so. I im reminded
of the remark uf a late Minister, who was discussing
a petitiou before the Assembly, and asserted that he
could get signatures lo tMiia any member ol Ibe
Assembly, so Ireu were Ibe pnblic witb tbeir names.
, t muHgrati y His Majesty Iu dud that
so many citizens are solicitous lor ,lbc wt-llare of
bis txiugUfim ; so desirous that its iudepeudcuee
may be assured.
Critic Yes, one signature in particular, tbe one
placed after u loii aud erroneous explanation, must
have caused. a smile. Why, a few short months ago
it was signed lo a long Idler in the A. Y. Observer
favoring annexation as Ibe only hope for the king
dom, nut we should not bu hjperciilieal; time bus
wrought unlookcd lor changes since that; one s
standpoint naj change iu a lew short dajb lu tbia
Guuip 11, as you think, the memorial implies a
ceu&uic ol the Ministry, Ibis signer would bare
stayed bis baud as did Abraham of old.
Critic -He may bare del incd it expedient, and Ibe
idea of expediency leads uicu to strange and incon
sistent acts oltimes.
Gtmip You must admit that His Mujesty prom
ised much at tbe dawn of his refjpf.oa this vexed
matter ol population, and so far bus done little to re
deem his promises.
Critic He certainly cave birth to the shibboleth
Ilooidn Liihtti, which muy mean uiucli or little. VYe
may have tailed to comprehend his iiK-atiiug.
Uojuip 1 was surprised to sec such au array of
names; church and stale were represented. Strange
bow uiuuy "hoped mid strove lor His Majesty's ac
cession to tbe luroue." Some uf the names amused
Critic Probably His Majesty wus as much sur
piisett and more amused than you could be. Tbe
wires were somewhat, tangled on the tlcalh of Luna
liio; bu! no one ever credited some prouiiiieul sign
ers with wurkiuir for Kulakaun.
Gamtip It is not often tlie clergy sign a document
ol tbe nature of tlie memorial.
Critic I look upou the scriptural quotation, an
nexed to one signature, us keen but polisticd irony.
It may imply a luck of luitli in the measure, or the
men. I'erhaps his ken has greater scope than theirs ;
Le Sees "lebabod" wueu tbey. fancy they trace
Gimip Well, there is some force In the remarks
that note rigor is required in the aihalnletrattoii of
public affaire ; that " uo laleul should bu iguurcd "
to resuscitate me nation.
CVtlic Perhaps you may be right; but we may
diff.-r as to what is talent. Wbuii the orliunl draft
ol tbe memorial was undergoing "emasculation,"
it would have been a Inmpr Itiouiriit to have strick
en out this " talei!.' clause, it aarorsi fa setfl h pur
pose. It leads to the suspicion tbat ' population
and immigration " are but a thin rencer, too tbin to
cover tbe prime desire ufiocatioii in a cabinet chair.
Gouiplt the aim was to unseat a minister, why
so many signatures of irovcrutuuiit employees.
Critic My dear Gossip, these were simply care
less, or too confiding; thuy found thcircrror to late.
You may be sure that they will bu ditnJcnt when
asked to siirn again, excepr, perhaps, a salarydruft.
Uuuip Well, flo you tbiuk the auswer to tbe
GVJtic The answer means as much as the memo
rial. - Gossip Should the next news be favorable to our
treaty, the memorial and the answer will soon be
forgotten in the pursuit of oilier matter. We are
a fickle community at best. Iain almost pursuaded
tbal jou are right. Critic. The last paragraph ol
the first leailer brings nut the point arrived al, the
exaltation of the prououn iu the first person singu
I.reHoitN of tho .nr-morlnl.
(lit UMiikniptcy of FKKi)
Whereat, on ih 4tb tta;
WMprnfttin StM hit rvMiifc
1 a hn
To Tnr Editor op run Hawaii flirrT, Pub
lic optninn, which makes a powerfal eletnent in the
polities of most couotrie bat which nerer hat exerted
jt.i proper influence her, owing moftt? to inadequate
mid infrequent popular motltMi of cxpret9.on, fonnd
rent la-t week in a memorial to Hi Majesty, which
expressed no manr of the ideas which desired to And
exposition tbat it was wiiingl signed, though not all
that most of the sifters deiired, as it was imbued with
too mnch of the fantsstical tone of the principal wri
ter. It, bawvrer. served to Ure -It the inv lilcnce
of the eainistrr public aflWs, nad drew a fen'r
nhich tuiut be rc.irJed as a " must lame and impo
tent conclusion.' Still, it must not be supposed, as pir f taw pi ii;
the editor of the . ft Afcertir teems to snppo, fvVrrfrlr"" 'Hilti
tbat public opinion demnnds that the Oorernment be bnnkrnpt. And tt
handed orer ta the leading signers uf tbe memorial. rttnamptrr b !;
The lesion for tbe Government to learn is that the I nw.mr. r. fi-r if,
Public went evidence of effort on the part of the Min- rHuw of tht k
istere. There Is too much to lead to the We that ge ; ti(illne onrt'in 7i
oTugical stndies nnd niicroscupie inrestiiration'. fgOod Mmvh M7fi, at to o
in thtnpel-e,) tlie eultivittiuQ of .lifnined pe. and
tbe assumption of grand airs of swelling importance
are regarded at Aliiolaoi Hale as sufficient and proper
substitutes for true statesmanship.
It will not d to plead the fuilnree of former n fm in
i.trati'inf, or the Tear that $10.01-0 of the puhlic fun is
might be vfted. as an extenuatin of policy ol in
action, when be the want of the exercire of proper
authority nnd influence. lv timet tne amount i wai
ted every year by incompetent Appointees and useless
expenditure. What is wanted is not so mueh ehange
of Ministry as change of poliey. The appoictinentj'
to the various hoards, lately mude, can only be ex
plained upon the idea that tbey are to prevent actien,
and tbe appointments t the linns of Nubles by the
penchant of the Ministry fr fossils.
An occasional speech or communieatioo from Min
isters, explaining their views and showing that tbey
were alive to tbe national wants and expectation,
would gratify the public, win auppurt for themselves,
and quicken their own activities. Will they learn the
lesson ? QriR Par ?
Son irperffltM, mnA W
M tltloii an order waa iJul.v
PPer netnr- ra tu-
mi.i month or FH.rnarr. t
" the anal y tu .imv mf
iwu g iuw is
mnliinif with tho nrnvhtinn
Iaiet at tionuiuta thfc rata
Ms I p, UU'U
. ft,fp'T adjiiggw, a
r fmm that m esrtr- of tnrh
rrvr ?.r rutun
yrk ra.I-a.en, fo aw sue e
t AUk-tan. ..m, tbr
rrUmjf taw t7U Uj
to proTf tir cAawa. ht
ton of tkm MToflk u.U
A tteat :
I PIIKHK lOI'KT Of Tlfr n.era...-
!t J X iw. -1 a I roi.i. uil ."L ", r '
Ilaml aa. In thp Maitrr i,r th L Mate of k s Kk -i
i!-4-vaMt Onlrr iiniit,flii Mm, r..r n. . , ,.
,.in,-.u, imm5 ..mi..
P"rP"rUiuj :u be is ban aui aet ufaauaMa
'v lic 'J. T" huvbaoo lb.:,l,.a,,f r-uar,.
A. l. thru pr- - nti-.l U aakf PrMfaau- wvrt, aatl.a-.rl.
Hon fur the prubair inereoC auat Bar asm , "
ipstam. iitarr I" I. W. i-auani. narln' arts Uni hj ;
For San Francisco
THK KISK AMKItlOVX BARK
Mary Belle Roberts!
CAPT. L. C. OBEY.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
Bif First rtasa arrrnnmiMlntlona for Passengers fn 1st
anil 2d Cabin, and Mtceraue.
For Passage, apply tu
i2 II. HACKFKI.ri t (TV, Aci nts.
It ta hereby n
MA Nil, A. Dt
the ruurt ltuou
or Honolulu 1m-,
time for prurtf
wlii-ti anil mi Iter
contest the said
I FSIUT. the Xlat day r
A- ja,. as aau .!..-. aa
at Ai.aaaa Male. in ,u. hit
- . aiM
mmI hearlea mui ,
1 1 Li further ordered, thai nouV thereof he ztren h. -llralkHi,
fhr three Jth-reaHive aeeka. In the kli.. , i
Hawaiian llatelle. ne-p.i.r. printed and uuhlh .1' .
Il'JIlOlUiU. mmmm US
And II l further orderrd. that -llatkma ha I aw.
..ilwrll.,.,, (,,.., , ,, ,,, J"
testatrli In Iloiii.ltiiu. t ,1 .,. jr ,1 ,i
. .. lit.- .line ,p,.
HatiMl IlonolulL-. II. I. reuriMrr Sib 17 a.
In.:. . .. Sk
J.vo. K Bamtaun. ivnun ci,
' - -1
tut he mimed 10 the 1
le (lest pobneaOou of lha r,
For Portland, Oregon.
The IfnwNlInii Ilpprr Brlir
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or pa-Maire, apple to
-S F. T. L.KNKHA1T A CO., Ageut.
I Ml 11(11.
given that alt peno
the late Niehouw (i
v hi the name pri,
nithlti n month fi
or they erill he forei
the -aud estate are
payment to the nnd
. IX iSaam, at bU uosxe In Honolulu, tabu.
o. w. r. imtr.
. w. c. JoXr?..
Eri-rllKmuf the laat am .n.1
of .Na-httlaa llenrav. In aa.il.
raniK ! MM I!SII. Ml,. lm,M,
a lit f.l apteiinte.1 Ailttili.lAl.ikt.,r ,.r in.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho Fine Anterlraia Bnrqne
& HELEN W. ALMY,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For Freight, apply to
Ml CASTLE A COOKIS. Agents.
For San Francisco.
The Favorite Amerlestu Ilurk
. C. MURRAY
I I I.i.F.lt. MANTKR.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
lart uf ber eargo being already engaged.
IS For Freight or Paaange., having nperlur irmmmo-
datltiiiH nir ( ahin am Meeroge iTuaw-figi-rs, apply to
iT ( . lilt KW Ell . CO., Agents.
"I l.Nt Kl.ciiM
Hnnoralile litinrnn MeBryde l tn-uit Jiaur
( 'tri-ult : all peranrrs lodettted to mat t6ue
qui-hHt to make Immediate payment. .
HiUnw turaliMt 'In- . -.bUe mint preM-1,1 the
proper rotichers, within all mouths from 1
tln-y will lie forever barred. Z.HaTl'A
Ilnnalei. KauaL Xov. l. 1TJ.
ratare 1 f
eed. by Ibe
Executor's Sale of Real Estate.
I 1 T,-lK TTKB op T"r- BWTATK or THK
I I.AfE SII... CHA.NDKlt. of Walluku, Maul.de-
-r unirr m ine 1 1 i,n.,ri ,.-
Judge, Vnul, to James Utter En .
am Imdrueted to nell by ITIlt 1c A
of Mr. PUtfl llenef. Makawao on
lnt UTS, al IS ..,... uuotl. all ihe I
of the said 1 jo M1i t. ji
OB PAIU Kt-S OF I..I silii.te
Maul, near tbe iuw mlii u
1st Lot eontalnbig TO nc
tulnliux 30 acrea aa peraui
piwturs Loud. I : - at
"l t lIK.NHV IV
2 al toe enee
Ito w tatereM
Two mi is
as per uirv.y. Imt Lot eoa
r. lH,t!i well im,ler7d anil g.-al
pens, of Pwreh.ua r. ltmu
IM SiKLM, In. !. . . ..
fwva . Mi;itf!, -, i ii HFiii R 1 man wm.
M. rich lo all fgiaa, that uu In lltkuay of .l.na-
II. II .C'I.PKI,I A. CO.,
0ENEEAL COMMISSION A0EXT8,
Oueen Street, Honolulu, II. I. 5-J9 1 , ;
From Calcutta and Madras !
Lemon llcklen, M .i- pfcklen,
Mtuiixo Hcklefl in Oil, Tpp Sauce.
Carenue 8uuce, Mangu Hmtee,
Hot Sauce, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
PARTI KB WAXTIXO AW I'A Hill I I. I It
kliirl or .loantity of KA.ST I.VDJA HHrtts. will do
well 1.1 call ami leave tbeir orders, aa we rtceiTe tbes)
BISECT FROM THE MANUFACTORIES'
AND (IUARiVXTEE TIIKIR Pl'RIIT
It FBIKL I. A I V..
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP'Y'S
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE fsI'LKMUU STEAMSHIP
t'AVAiiLV, t o.wji i.viirn,
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRANCISCO
On or about March 29.
For Fri-lght and Passage, or any further infiirniatliiii,
apply tu M7J II. 1IA('KKI.D A CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP'Y'S
Australia and New Zealand Line
NAIIAOLELL A.I-Ce uf Ijiuhiuu. Iu
tetat, wr Imne! tu them br t '
t'irruit Judgr or the Juoa tal i ia
and ti.ivi:' rjitaltlitfl daMMawVaM l
bond, ther do tirn-hr riuf j
NiCaJiL-it th't ui.il s-auii.. to ir--ni tbi
mtl, to Kla NtttiusTtlflna. one uf I
Igftiutina, Maul, within m month- fr
Hon of this notlc. and all prnm,
eta:. are hfrby rNiittl to nimM
thr-reuf I - KLa .Nabaulelua ufiirt-ajaul
KIA .VAHAOLrXL A,
,"-tl PA.NK kKkKIsAOKAMVI.
551 FHK, W rAUE "fiiiT
SM A I--"""". Lately u.uple.1 hy Mr. i.
ItilMH. Aim r tu
h. n vcKrtxii a 0W
IT- "al. .
- I ;..p-r
Real Estate for Sale.
hi a pleasant pal
ami mall Muire
13 it i i- 1 1 it i.oi r i r
the W.wa, with Uath tl etae.
c. in BASTnrr.
THE 'FIiE.rDID HTEAXHHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY !
IOW. l O.n rf IMII It.
v iii laoavo Honolulu,
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Ciimt'-etlDK at Kamluru with Company, steamer f -r
Al l LLANO, N.Z.,POKTCIlAIJIIiH.', and tnterme'luitii
On or about March 9th.
For Freight anil laaaage, ami further infurmallnn, apple
I (IM) H . HAOKFKLII Ol)., Agents.
rn ran iRr wtmrnm o qrr
"TltFKT. lately lersnM br (. . K. KKrtnw m
an Auction lt,vmi. 1-r.v wmn gteeu IqirhhTI.i.i ,
J" '! W. C. FAKKV.
Cottage and Rooms to Let.
t srTTaSJt: WITH rol l IKmiwh l M.
(H nil-II.DIMin. aaw iworaoaui lu a l . tiaae
near he. thith .illlatwl Wine , ,...
Street :, ml partly furnlahed Apply t.
" r. a. scaagrrx
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
JXa. IK-T Family reakleiwe.
Fur parlk-ulars apply to
JAMKH a. r i i-
rpiIAT VEBT ltIK.lHI.E UVILUW
rreiuiaea, .10 im Annan a Arenee, earn
A -f I
ISLv nn i
AND W Al ME A
California Eed Brick.
A FEW TIKI I s A. 1 OF ;OOD tjrAIJTY,
received this day per Mary MeUe Uooerla, anU to.
r;H '3 i- S 3 a I.
2 P!! all ,5 ' i
M 1.-? KSi a 3
-filis Ail ! VTUimUU
s?5. - t U1JU11UUU
s . 3 2 & S S
3-a,W -2 3
SC3 i-c .53 S March II
cr fc . 5riSl M March 20
':. SP&IsS a-
0 rllsl -"tiT-if
19 w?5r3 SZizisU
- - i
California Beef in Bond.
a a. Fur sale by
IS BOLLES A OO.
For sale by
Catholic priMU, aad ther ask tbe I'uuc to form a Vni
tad Aarlieac Church like the Armenian and Marouite.
It is saiJ that there is little possibility of the Pope's
aeajaejaaaz la an. urvpvriiivui.
in gy matliy witb a reptiblicaii form of govern
went, -without procr foresight, copied tlie tea- not do. The schooner eras then boarded by
tores of an American Presidential Cabinet, British officers, hauled alongside the Bttrra-
ccuia, stripped of her rigging, her masts and
rudder taken out and placed on board the Bar
racoota and her armament sent to the residence
of the American consul. She was afterwards
! sold at private sale, for about 400, and taken
j to Auckland. The sale was made privately,
be responsible. He is the highest publio Ber- I as is supposed to prevent a German house which
vant and like any other agent or trustee, should, j held a mortgage on her, from purchasing and
BOLLBS A CO.
Ci. WALLER, Proprietor.
1 HI. SCUOO.NKB
K A M A I L E !
Wlll hare reenter dkpaten for the above named Porta,
uo anil atar tbe Stb of Jtoveruber neat, until furlber uotlce
Fri'uthl and Paaaace taken at tlie lowest Ilatea.
l BOI.r.RH at CO., Asenta.
MARl'lIA.VT, till 9f AMTES.
Cboicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Saloon Pilot Bread.
CASES AID UK. CASES -Per M. Belle Boberta.
Hat aale by MIj BOLLKH A CO.
California Lime & 'White Brother'
E MULISH POKTLlxn CEMENT-Best qoal
Ity. For aale by M2 1 it. I r- A CO.
Notice to Creditors.
AH PERSONS IIAVIVI; LAIHN AGAINST
Bet I-jrtate of WILLIAM ILALL. late or B-rMnnl,.
Street, l.'uoolulu, oeeeaaed, an requested to forward tlie
same with the prop.-r roucaers to the Cndersurned, at but
onVe, Ko. tt Fort Street. Uonotuln, within six calendar
monllia from the date of tbe first publication of this n,
Uoe, or they will be forerer haired. " And all person, in
debted to the said William UaU are required lo Bar the
amounts owing by them forthwith.
EDWARD PRERTOS, -Administrator
of th Estate of the aakl Wm. Hall
Bated this lib day of March, U7I. n
Fish, Poultvy, Vegetables, &c
Furniabed to Order.
XTRAli.-Tuesdays and Tliurmdaya Veal,
(Unleas otherwise ordered.)
The Proprietor baring; leased the neat and commodious
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY HARXET,
Adjolnlna- the Family at Matket. will be prepared to
prnmptiy and satlsractorlly All orders for everything re
quisite to furulah the tablea with all tbe Substantial, and
Delicacies the country affords,
aar Shipping-supplied an Short Xotlee.-sa
Mi-at-. Ac, delivered to ail parts of the city without ex.
tra charge jSsI im O. WALLER,
...Circuit of Hawaii
Wheo tbcre are no cattle to land al Mualaea Bar.
an effort wdl be made to reach Honolulu Saturday p. a.
ear- on Down Trips the Steamer will not leara Kaaluatu
until 9 A. M., or later; Makena until s am. or later: and
ataalaee Bay unUI S am. or later, without due uotlce uf
aoy chenfe beinsr fiveu.
Ratea of Paaaage will fee
To or from Kannakakai. Maiosral
To or from Labalna. Maul
Tn or from Maalaea, Maul
To or from Makrna. Manl.
To or from Mahukoua, Hawaii -
To or from Kawaihae, Hawaii
To or from Kaliua, Hawaii . .
To or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii
To or from HUo, Hawaii '
"""l ui..lr .l ibrea
I pantry w...i led, mlma
house, .table, fowl oouar, Ac, ui oraer
AW, IU, WJ II
AIXU the cottage ai
rooms, kitchen, bathroom, aervaia'
labia, and aarrtage hoose.
J. II. (KII..
THE v I I.. I, im a l arTtbt
r-sieu.e of tlie late p. ft. Treadaar aa
I-ifiuiua. Is i-ff.-r.-,i Ta I .
favotal.l terms. It conalau of a
aaa out nouses, with a line yard 4nd
'a main ireet, alul Bve uilnules
office, shuiila near the sea shore, haa
leges, and many conveniences. For a
fur BTTaaaa, tli- i-lluiat.- ,,f ihsln. ...
vlgurallng s.. tutblng. la uneiialle,l In thfc. scop
or furlhi-r parU ulurs, Iwiutre iA.
u. m. WHrrskT.
by Mr. H,
M. I ..rt. r . sltuateil at the
ttnmr at frmlmr
H MV4IIAL H om- K
For Sale or For Leate
mm su-U. WIWI fMVH-ti, af.. .
'irij.HHw. .Wis CUjmtlA-
ymuiry. UaaiarijXJIXt , ftfrVMI
MA.., uu tmjt convk-Dt, avoa ta (rlWci nrmmr. Mr i.
To or from Kau Coast. Hawaii..
Circuit of Hawaii. Ibiond Trip
To or from any Port on Kauai
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip 13.00
Deck passage tor natlrea only 9.M
a" le Credit Asr raenge Money- "Cat
Ticket, at she oSHee only.
No berth will he considered as taken until paid fr.i. Kot
rsponsitse fur unmarked Baggage or auy Freight or Par
eels unleas receipted for.
Freight Money Das on Demand.
asr An effort will be made to hare Ihe Steamer reach
Honolulu ou the evenlag of the same day she leares Maul
SAMUEL O, WILDBR, Ageet-
omce with wilder A Co.. corner of Bhrt (javen Slreeu
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ITlia house l Is Aru r.ic
wiui mi uw 1-u.r.uan.Mrfaantc
lasuae.oT sre soclch a co
rrrvF lad as
DKESS lock box O Honolulu Putt office.
A SMART ACTIVE LAD AS CLERK,
DISPATCH LINE FjSM FRANCISCO !
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents. Xt
M.rcbandi.s retell, a Sloraas Free aarfflB
M.h,.lu,.... ..i li . . , . ammm
easn adraacM suds oa ahlDm.nl. tir this lino.
y C. BRRirKH a CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Brewer at Co. -Agents, tg
rarorabl. arranrsmsnl. can alwat. 1.. EtaS
aa.,. ur uorags sua .hipment uf Oil, Bun., Wunl. II Lie, 1
mh.r JI.rchao.li.. to M.w Bxllord. Boston, Msw k sad
other Kaalsra Ports. AJ- Cash Adranc mad..
C. BlIWU CO.
Desirable House Lots for
All nllKH .fUITSs. IkeKI
PL. Ish. favorably atuote.1 fur bull,
or aale at reasonable prk-ea. IW mass a
r- aaaAafl or tun mi a. a. immjl
Just Received '
PEK RAKK CEDKDJ, (ROW KtUrt A
large kircice of the lianT QCAUTIKSI, J
Hnbbnck'e Paints and PsJat Oils I
CALIFORNIA OAT HAT.
A LirORflA KIEV EM SDIIX ellutA
W i .ll.irOK.MA POTATO
Reeerred per Murray, and tor aale by
OUaW a ca
DH '-STREW otsusrr
M. American Prime Purk.
American Meas BserT
Jew li all it
Nrw Be-lfurd Wri.l.aiaa-araws
PIRy Bales Beaa Paaearg aaaJAanaal
All of whichwU 1 ka mm at knr ariose, ay
aoLj.iai a (Q
Citizewh AM re sttMiOEMTS ar aaiA
LCLC. Vlalting rrlends sj-1 -Htimfsjers siauaaa are
eordlalry invited to attend Panfle Worship at rClatT ST.
. , . "srsaerrices are Dasa every I
- us. sou , s r. a. -seau sis
wno may oe pleased attend. There la a Ws
evi.mg prayer Meeting at 1 o'clock, Is law Leesav
Room, lo whkh all are wtlaoaw. Ui I j