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adle-are at Islam PaUrr,
Oa Imfc; taw ietb t. at 12. noon, Hia Maj
esats iwwj s' Palace, Count Von Moat
Csattaia t'sssaataadtsr, H. I. G. H.'i B. Vioeta, who
naUrs p J Bu Bsterty aa felsewt :
Tear Hijar; wi.: paacionslj atlew ate to expre't
aw enfant I aa to bare the enportanitv of visiting-,
a m ... t. Jtaactoar. thu haaatilal Iilaad. the
avaw eaa nassaj ansae af usautT af ear ensintrsnaer..
Tae: Habere eaee xrasilv be assured, that the n-
- V - V Use .!. te welfare ci tor
i m sat rn'r wail kao-srn bat ftfiv nntire
1 mr Asxe S i-Teretrr . the oiper-r vVihtaoa.
I lasurwtm W- leave to exrrr. to Voor Majesty me
tavaaat. tor tea kuan rerp;i.n wkacb U. I. ti. 11. ' S.
Vswatn kaa aaa ta tkia watt.
T. erkaa Bee ejaatr replied
It fires a free.; ..eestre te reeaire Ten. Count
- V . aaa tbe (Caere of II I G.M.'. S V.i.e
fa I eesreet Often rear stay trill be so abort, and I
wkmJ' we y'lea isa. IT sr. setae Tatore oceaaion we mar
wave epw tat alnaeasn ef awreaa wan . Tbe ihipi anil
el W tun aateati wall arwari W gladly reaauveJ
AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rFBUSHEI) AND ElUTKD BY
HEN U X M. .YIIITN K V.
WEDNEtfDA y. APRIL 19
Wt puM'sh iu to.iav' issue tbe revlsvd
regulations of tlic Boanl of Health, iiuJ, liy
request, call special attention to Rule 9, which
is Jesirriied to establish a iniK'h-neerlcri reform
in our lnrial cttatoms. Heretofore, there haa
leen no check ujftor. nndne haste in intenncuts,
it being no unnsual thing among the natives to
burv within an hour alter death. It will also
prevent interments from being made, except
apposite textj " in favor of the Treaty, there
fore he is an angel : which is a rank to which,
we presume, he ia in no harry whatever about
This is a very small country, as the whole
world knows, but we regret the revelation of
Saturday last, that it contains those who are
capable of a very small " deeds. Our friends
are not so numerous that wo can afford to abuse
them, even iion provocation, of which there is
not a trace in the present instance.
Chinese ia nllforala.
nrsdtmd to Hif Majeity
aaaader ; rtarckc. Lieut-
tf. Mkf rnrceon . Barva rn
it : Geitsler, Lieutenant I
c. Laeast.. da Fsaesea vVolleeim. Sab Lieut
assets, r-ak Lteat., Archer. Sub Lteat.:
Bamc raw Uadetrwiet.
rmmn I i . Dr.lwhwlt
Onr neighbors the other sijc of the vasty
deep, 1iave afloW) themselves to be worked up
to a state of wild excitement in regard to the
large influx of Chinese into their territory.
Political demagogues in California have long
in reenlar cemeteries, and in gTaves of legal been endeavoring to create a public opinion
depth. The authorities urealso provided with ! against the Chinese, and at last, aided by re
tire means of obtaining correct data in regard ', cent events, they have succeeded in raising a
t.i tbe death-rate of the city, and the causes
of mortality, which we would suggest it might
lie well to publish every week, as is done in
other civilized lands.
tidal wave of excitement which has stirred so
ciety to its depths. Men of the highest talent,
and occupying the moat responsible positions
have lieeu drawn into the current, and led.
ea K B. Praia.
Em; I. taB is just now much excited over the
new title of " Empress of India," which Par
liament, with large majorities in the Commons
and Lords, has just conferred on Queen Victoria.
The Conservatives, headed by I'israeli and the
Government, have strongly aijvocated it, while
the Liberals and more moderate politicians
oppose it. The strongest argument urged
against it is that the lime may cotne when the
title may have to be dropped, as it was when
British Kings took the title of King of lireat
Britain, France, and Ireland." Still the title
lias lieeu voted, and will lie assumed ; ami
when the Prince of Wales c.iniee to the throne,
it will be as 1' ' India, as well as King
PROCLAMATION. of England, Ireland, and BeottUd. In truth,
WR, KaLAKAI'A. by the Grace of God. of it would appear as if the title had been voted
tae Hawaiian Islands. King. Do Proclaim : j chiefly on his account, to flatter him, forQneen
That it as Oar pipaware, in pursuance of the Victoria probably does not care two straws
t of Oar (.-onstituU'T.. that the mem- j for it.
i Legislative Assembly of Our King
dom do awseextblr at the Legislative Hall, at
' Fvarteee Teara la the Sandwich Islands." Br Moetleer
de Variney, late Xtinlstef of Foreign A Ultra to tbe Havai
an OoveraaenL BetlesTed bj Mont. Franc U Cbaratee Is
the Jiicmal da Debate. Translated (nm the French.
Mooe. dc Vatignj is not an ordinary traveler. Tbe
title of bis book sufficiently indicates that be wis
not contest with inverting tbe Sandwich Islands,
and reporting one of those ssperficial description
in which tbe imagination of the writer supplies, very
often, observation and reflection. Fuurteen year.
What can one not ace iu fuurteen rears. Having
lanJed atlluoolalu as a tiuiple tourist, in 1S&3, Motif
dc Variuy at first lakes a ran over this admirable
coutilrv. and virile its Toli-anoei, and its mountains,
sending to bis friends picturesque descriptions,
which now form an importaut pottioo of his bock.
After iiavlng contemplated Kilauea and iia crater,
tbe valley of Waipio and its precipices, the plants,
tiocs, cascades, rocks, and all the wonders of uaturo
in thelropics, klons. de VjrUraj act himself to study
ing men and their ii.stitutiuna.
He hardly expected to And in the middle of Poly
nesia a little constitutional kingdom, blossoming;
like a flower In tbe midst of tbe waste of waters, and
iu a climate where savage barbarism reigned lets
than a century ago. Tills unexpected spectacle de
tained Moue. de Verlguy sorue days, days length
ened Into tears, and by living nith the kauakas,
Mons. de Varigny became a kanaka himself, ming
ling wlthuut cessation in the material and moral
struggle of his new compatriots, be took s psssion-
aniidst the insanity of the hour, to advocate
measures which are a disgrace to " the laud of j ate iuterrst ia their welfare. The Sandwich Islauds
To tttr American Public.
was at tew dad oa thit sesasion kr
' P. UieuiLoku. ilo Ea. W. L.
T Foreiea Affair- . Hit Ea. W. L.
If raider f iaterior : Hia Ex. J. S.
of luaaei . Hi Ex. VY. P.. CssUe.
Arlnrwej eiaweeaal ; Ho Ex J. 0. Homiaie. tirmor
J Owaaa : Sie Ka. J. at. Kapeca. Oeeenor of Maui :
Hi. Fx F. Caaas, Garsraor ef Kauai , Bon'i. A. S.
ft Meal Rhodes. . X. Castle. J. Mott
B.. W r.aW. W. kabaaa. J Me.i.aol, P.
WwadtzT. V. etaalai ., Hia XayeetT'e Cbaabarla's:
!' F. Atlas. "Ed. Uoffaaas. Chas. H. Judd,
; Kilaeal. Jlai-r Ckas. T. Gwliek.
the free and the home of the brave," and which
I their solier judgment must condemn. Even the
I leading newspapers sympathise with the popu
lar movement, which is perhaps the strangest
' thing of all : aivd some of the more rabid jour-
nals do not hesitate to publish iutlammutory
: appeals to the baser passions of men, and to
: incite to violence and mob-law. Numerous
mass meetings have been held, both in San
! Francisco and the country towns, and many
Anti-Chinese dubs have been founded.
The Chinese emigration to California has
have a history, and Mons. de Variarny bas reproduced
it by means of their tradltious and national poems.
I This hospitable, li.tt lligeiit and bold people had at
' tained to nnion and independence. Why should
; they not have a fulnie - Is it necessary, Iu tbe pro"
I gresa ol civilisation, that the Uulted States should
conquer and absorb them ? Mons. de Varigny placed
' himself at tbe head ol the adversaries of annexation.
The coufidsul and friend of a liberal king, be rallied
j around hiuiself all tbe partisaus ot Hawaiian uatiou
elite. By turn. Minister of Fiuauce, and Foreign Af-
fairs and head ot the Cabiuet, he gave to the coun
try a new conetiluiiou, developed ils wealth, gave
its commerce a powertui impetus, struggilug witii-
nt relaxation aainai luuse wiio were eompssslui;
unneiatioii with the meat
, -til it I uuiiii,; iiiuruiii iiuip, ue ucoiicu uiiuMii uiisi.;n-
ln?en m obedienee to natural laws, which as id!y to ,hij wwlk Finally, failing health, and a de-
Ok Capital of Hosralalu, for the dispatch of
A " By Authority " notice which has been
published recently, to the effect that tbe Cir-
at 12 o'clock M. on Saturday
r uit Jndge? of Maui WfuaxU act as Governor of
Muni ilnriiM' tin- mIioi of Inivortmr Kanotis
tae Tweort-xiixith Dav of Auril, A. I). Eighteen i , , , ,, . ,, , ( .
' " leads us to believe that there is but little force
fc--"'- eu:-.i. Lr mnimr siwew. ... tkai -Jdrl. Artirlo ..f our
tmr Royal Sign Manual, ronatitntio!i. bv those wl lose first dutv it is to
a: ' ur Paiaee in the Citv of liono- I . ,i,.f ,i, c-.,.n. .i r ,.t iu.
1 f ' Mini iiiv v ... ' im i..i vi uiv
Kingdom arc preserved inviolate.
lulu, this Twenty-ninth Dsy of Feb
ruary . Eighteen Hundred and Seven
t -.x. and the Third Year of Our
(Signed ) KALAKAI'A K
BV ISL KiVNu.
Tbe Miuistcr of the Interior,
tSajaedl W". L. Moebonva.
wits lecteaa II: of tbe Civil Code, a
I aar Feaiaja ea baisaj set aaaxt b. ilistri.n of '
Walta aaa. Isvaaad as Rawa:!. at the place crjled Kmalanl.
aliutater of Interior.
roave a sen ru. ltss.
Mass: tax: a till eaisnuw
aaat it. an.
Is smaiaaaa sUb fin
M a aaxs i Kaie t
m ..: 11..,. Maa
nwan Maul, tbe HeejomK- Abra-
tE art as Ooa ernor for the laland of
Jam M. Karens. Uoreroor of Maui
Iwn 2X1 of the civil Code. I do
n be roendkeeper for tbe ills
I of Hawaii.
s. Kin. UoTeroor of KulL
OeBo Cm imea af Haaal
ASM rrtk IfTC 4X.
1 street, near Queen's Hos-
Jso. U. Ekowx.
Affux of Board of Health.
- ' IN :l Code, h
f-r kaCrar. o It rel.r uiiart In the ill--
tnrt ear Paaaa. akaat eat Hawaii, at tbe peace called Ahala
bmu I Blew aw eavwewaaeaat mad.
w. L. Moarwoxea.
Miuiater af lutenor.
lawillll OttVe. A pel' IS. IRS. Sr it.
wlU aeetkm of the uvil Cod. I do
A- te Alapai. to be IVmod Master for th.
a. talaad of Haaall.
S. (in. Ouveruor of Hawaii.
..I Bawwl . April IS. 1671 SST XL
of the Board of Health.
of HaeJaa. or Ha AcenL wui rktit the
keta. or other pbvea where
i are i aauead far sale, at any tbse It mar
kuic aaud markets t.r places be property
V-f ;a;s. rimtler !
wol tv allowed wiUun tbe b"un.
' txtr of Hooohelu. or on aar of tbe public
hbsi to it or oa tbe banks of any river or
r is u--i il.-a.knw or dniuit.tir
. or ia war wtuassia. not first aprov.d tie tbe
i o allowed to dry or salt hides or skins
. . t:. i i.i ..T li.uolu.:i ur ill ani
lo. or t. mnaaanl of. the Cur. or in aov
' aot arat aaasrwi-rd by tbe Boar. I .a Health
pool. drains, sewers, pxibsorother
, m, be Sat anwwl
Bff the p. nun
sastl owners baiiiur been
I H t-i Uikn.w: ! u d bi-for. ai.y a t;v.
. ereary pnry w SO be not leas tban twelve feet !
Ssaawal toor feel square, aad securely caaed and covered. I
its The Heard of Health or its Atrents. will visit all .
aatasta wbaat tkrr assy saspert there is an Insufficient
aaastr af (reab aSr far the savporl of health H the mhabi
:: : rr. vctiu i-.wi ' 1 . r-
i. aad wu order aurh h -ases to
. and lake ?u-b otbir nieaaures as
. will be immediately re
raer from tbe premises
. da Bouee bavinar first been given
x a atao peeodsraal to ibr poha. health
try tts nmelt. ear Its AarentA. at the esp. n
a.-, nwniax tl.-ni -lb.
aaaSs. wne or bathe-ays
saw. T:lil lainl wsgbe ibiwi
Ski e hi ta siertesewdetit ol
i:tt Ai peawnax are SereM
? t! laflr 'isaaao: sac'wiUi.r. ll
lam. Iii Wii I wta be basid
rwuse w ttbin tbe bonodartee i
auitmals ou any of tbe I
In or about Honolu a
of Use Acer.: of tbe Board !
af ace. sea. aad ennae of death j
tc be marked by posts
f Pnbb.' Works."Is set apart
I a be earned from tbe
strtctly problbiied from
or filih npon any street, lane, !
of the City of !
' for th' proper
I eaf aaat oiescioailinc of c bines? habUatloiis.
rol be tlored niibir
any of tbe above recula-
ee te we Sised la a snan tun exreedina: one bun
a ae provaled .a Section S6t of tbe aril Code.
! try tbe Board of Health, ten Sth day of Apr,
Cm as- T. tirucat.
Sac. Board of Health.
Lai ..I of
Exairiax, ia April.
birrs Hop... :tu
1 C U WBe. Wi
At Lam. Ewa.
Cor. rort at Merrbant ft.
a St. aaair "-
i at Co. last SL Honolulu.
I S: HrHjla.
T Jiaaa Neat Or. . Kabumasa St. Hieo!n'u
s T A t- sTsat, Cbtf L Hswalsra.
. cast. aTJar at Naaana st. Hoaaonla.
ia ah :
r St. Honolulu.
r-H. Vatra. Smiet Lane. Honolulu.
It Ak lr. SYth Market. Tloooraln
t at Bli-tiserwey. Oar Fart A Merchant st
Xt X. si lata in A Sow. cv.r. Kla A Xaoann St.
a j. sat, vaner asaa, aaaasawa.
A Cto Qaeon St. Honolulu.
Jt Owaa ata. Ltakobs: Honolulu
ataTftTalt laeaa WaThaa. tTawaalti
atATX -JL V. XeasTham Waubce
II Aaw. Matalaia. Haoa
alaW All I lataa Oaaa , Waasto. Hamakua.
II niaat. Waaotaraa. ICaa
TT-Oaaa S assay, waiaiea.
Z a pans A Oo Waimaa.
Willi tkKaV'ii atoeat, Oabu.
s-laaaa SsaLOaaahsa aasst, BXaawhaha.
A nailiil fraa Taaaa
: tk oa w aiak.nr.
I III I " I
Little by littte are. the force and dignity of
law encroaches! upon, not by those who are
governed, but by those who govern, and it
might lie well for us to give p.inse for a time
to consider the effect of such notion. We con
fess to have had but little respect for a King
and Cabinet who ruthlessly trampled under
foot a constit ition lawfully promulgated., and
who as arbitrarily proclaimed another by the
right which might gave ; but until amend
ments are made to. or a substitute is given for,
the Constitution of 1SG1. are respec tfully submit
that it is the part of wisdmu to hold the ship
of state to her present moorings rather than to
casl off to drift with every enrreut or change
Every session of the Legislative Assembly
finds a judge or judges sitting to represent the
people. The cmstitutioiial provision has been
stretched until it has covered District, Police,
and Circuit Justices, and we should have no
reason for suprise if some day we should see
the Justices of the Supreme Court sitting
check by jowl with their brother Magistrates
of lower degree. If we have need of Judges
it would seem to be that they should be found
at rll times at or near their courts. It may
be urged as an excuse for the appointment we
have noticed, that there is no other available
material tor an acting governor upon the Isl
and of Maui or iu Dependencies ; but we
trust that this exense will not be urged to pal
: liate a breach of our fundamental law. Ex
cuses for disregard of law liecoine epidemic,
and there is no rule by which we can state
positively who may be affected.
Mr. Charles Nordhoff visited our Islands a
couple of years ago, and having a national lit
erary reputation he was well received, and the
respect felt for him was generally deepened
itito sincere esteem, among those who were fa
vored with his personal acquaintance. He
showed himsilf b lie a Christian and a cul
tured gentleman, and to be withal in the pos
session of unusually acute powers of observa
tion. From the first, he took a warm interest
in the country, and after his return home, he
published in a small look, the results ot his
observations, which every unprejudiced per
son must acknowledge to be characterized by
sound common sense, as well as by a kindly
spirit of friendliness, which, unfortunately for
us, is often wanting in travelers' reports of us.
The work doubtless contains some exaggerated
statements, but as a rule, we ourselves arc to
blame for them, and not Mr. Nordhoff, as in
the case of the Maui farmer, who told him tliat
he once sent twenty bags of potatoes to town,
which so overstocked the market that ho hardly
got back the price of his bags.
Mr. Xordhoff has been one of the warmest
and most active friends of the Reciprocity
; Treaty, we have in the I'niied States. He ad
j vocated such a treaty iu his book ou the foj.
' ands. before we had taken any practical step
J to negotiate the present treaty, saying "jus
j ticc, kindly feeling, and a due regard for our
future interests in the Pacific Ocean, ought to
! induce us to establish at once a reciprocity
treaty with the Hawaiian Government. We
should lose but little revenue, and should make
good that loss by the greater market which
would be opened for our own products, in the
islands. Such a treaty would bring more capi
tal to the islands, increase their prosperity,
and, at the same time, bind them still more
closely and permanently to ns." Our Treaty
Commissioners found in him, an unwearied and
most efficient ally, and all through tbe strug
gle which is still going on, he has wielded a
most beneficral influence, in our favor, both by
his personal exertions, and through the col
umns of the New York Herald.
Such being the case, the remarks which ap-
mankiuil ought to have learned before now, it
is not often wise to interfere with. California
wants labor in building her railroads, and in
the various enterprises of the country, and the
Chiuuman wants employment. For the State
to say to capitalists, " you shall employ Irish
men and not Chinese," is an unjust interfer
ence with natural lights. As long as Ameri
cans claim the privilege of going to, and liv
ing in, every land on emth, influenced by no
considerations but those of 6elf interest, they
cannot, with any decency, refuse the same
privilege to other nationalities.
The suggestion is sound in the letter from
the six companies which wc insert in to-day s
issue, to the effect that if there is any objec
tion to the Chinese going to America, lot anew
treaty be entered into which shall prohibit
Americans from living in China, and Chinese
from living in America.
the goose is sauce for the gander." j
I lie lalemaliunal ios(al Hvtiera
We are glad to learn that there is a fair
prospect of Hawaii joining the international
postal Union, Minister Allen, who is now in
Washington, having been authorized to com
plete the necessary negotiations. The Postal
i Treaty which he made with the United States
j in 1870 was a great improvement on the sys
tem as then established, and the postal Union
promises even greater public benefits to this
Kingdom. This Union now comprises the fol
lowing nations : United States, England, Ire
laud and Scotland, German Empire, Russia,
Austria, Denmark, Belgium, Norway and
Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland,
Poland, Netherlands, Holland, and Egypt.
sire, tu revisit r ranee, decided bitu to lake bis de
parture, uot without dope ot returning. But. in bis
absence, tbe king died, a rcvolutiou burst out, and
national independence was compromised.
Mous. do ariguy wat loo far away to ward off
tuu peril, and He bas no: probably, felt the courage
to go autl repair tbe uiislortuuea nbicb be could Dot
Tbit ia the store of Mons. de Varhiny. It will ap
pear romantic to 'most ol our readers. Geography
is so unpopular iu France, that the name even ot tbe
Sandwich Iehiuds Is scarcely kuuwu. We picture to
ourselves the kanukaa as true savages, decked in
leathers and aimed with bows and arrows, reudy to
ilevourany adreutnrous traveler who may laud upon
When Ibe Sandwich Islands b xaa to have regular
communication wilii Europe, their population wat
about 400,000, mid now, it scarcely anjouuls to 00,
000. The more cleiliztl ion is developed, the mure
the popululiou decreases. M dc Varigny was
obliged lo bave recourse toCbiua, that immense res
ervoir ol human labor, to procure the bauds becct
saiy to work tbe plantatlo: s. Philosophers, authro
polojfi&tt may trouble themselves about these quea
lions why populatiou decreases, etc. Meu ol ac
tion cauuotsparv Ibe I line for tbeir consideration.
It mty be that the alttempt ol Mons. dc Varigny lo
preveut the absorption ol the ilatvaiiati Archipelago
What is sauce for lulu the American Union is au attempt lo thwart a
law ot proridunee, und that the European racet
alone arc titled to enter upon that life of ciTiiixaliun
whicb Ibey are spreading abroad.
From beneath the surface, in the civilixed Kanaka
(citizen of a cobstitntiouul government) there ofttn
protrudes tbe savage of a century ago. Since M.
dc Variguy left the islands bloody revolutions bave
occurred. When, iodeed, he was introducing his
wise reforms, lie was obliged to use authority to
induce the acccptnuce of his best projects. He
could not establish tbe constitution and establish
the independence of the country, except by Ibe
infant of s coup d'etst in dismissing a con
stitutional assembly which wat powerless aud
passionate. It must be admitted that this tame
coup d'etat Is not one of tbe least noble singulari
ties jf this remarkable country. Mons. de Variguy
did uot use tbe least violence ; no one was shot ; uo
ot.e was arrested ; no one was banished. The next
day Ibe clubs met as usual ; tbe newspapers treated
the ministers as traitors to the people, and assassins,
without incurring the slightest punishment. Such
cuup-d'etats arc only Seen in Oceanica.
What may be tbe future of mis small country to
A Card front the Chinese Six Companies.
The United Slataa baa beta opaa to Chinese immi
gration for mora than twenty years. Many Chinamen
bats come tu America, few h ire rstorosJ. Why is
this ? Btcaasa amang our Chinast people a few bave
obtained a fortune aad returned home with joy. A
desire to obtain a oouipetenoy haeinjf arisen in their
hearts, oar people hare not shrunk from toil sod trou
ble. Tbey hart expected to eotne here for one or two
years, and make a li tie fortune and retarn. Who
auaoor; then ever tbonebt of all these difficulties
Expensive rents, expeoiire lirin; a day without
work is a day without food. For this reason, though
wages are low. yet tbey are compelled to labor aad
live ia constant poverty, ouito unable to return to
their satire land.
Now thta honorable country is discussing the ia
portance of prohibiting tbe further immigration of
the Chinese into this c-untry, That is very good in
deed. First, because it will relieve IheAuttricaa peo
ple of trouble and anxiety of mind. Second, the Cbi
uase will then no longer be wanderers in a strange
lead. Both partial will thus be benefitted. But Ibia
should be broaght about la a reaiooaMe maonsr. It
ia raid that tba Chinese Six Companies buy and im
port Cbinaaoon into this country. How oan such
things be said 7 Our Six Companies bare year after
year, teat letters diseouraging our people from com
ing to this country ; but the people will not believe
us, and to tbey continue to eome. Tbe ni-eassary ex
penses of these poor new comers is a constant draia
upon Ibe resources of these already settled hers : to
that the Chinese reiidents of this country are also op
posed to this rapid Chinese immigration.
But the capitalists of this cuntry are constantly
calling for Chinese cheap labor, while tbe white la
boring men arc very angry been se tbe Chinese ob
tain employment, which they claim belongs to white
meo alone : and u they hale tbe Chinaaien, some
times stone them, sometimes strike them while walk
ing tbe streets, and constantly curae them. The Chi
ncse people cannot return auch treatment ia liia same
kind, lest other nations bearing of ?uch things should
ridicule the laws of thij honorable country aa of no
To prohibit the Chinese from coming to this conn
tiy it nut a difficult task. Formerly, His Imperial
Majesty, our August Emperor made a treaty of jieace
and friendship with tho Government of tbe United
States, opening up eooamcrcisl relations and permit
ting free intercummunication between the people of
tbe two countries. This treaty Is in accordance with
tbe law of all nations. Now. if tbe American people
do not desire tho Cbioese tu cume here, why not go
to the Emperor and ask a repeal uf the treaty? Or
why not limit tbe number of immigrants on each
steamer to s very few ? Then uixay would return and
few would eouio : and nut ten yesK would elapse be
fore not a trace of the Chinamen would be left in this
country. Would not that be well indeed?
But let there be oounsel and consideration. It can
Dot be laid that Chinese labor iinporariibes this coun
try ; and do nut tbe outturns ptid by the Chinese ben
nt this country I But Itt tbe tinvernuient of tbe Uni
ted States propose to tho Uuvernment of China a re
peal or change in the treaty, pruhibiting the people of
either nation from croisiog the ocean. Then tho in
dustrial interests of this couctry and tbe wbite labor
ers shall no longer be affected by tho competition of
the Chinese laborer, 'then our Chinese people will
uo longer be subjeetod to the abusea and indignities
now daily heaped upon tbem in the open atntta of
thit to-called Christian land. If this can he accom
plished, we Cbioese will offer to tho virtue of tbii hon
orable oountry our dcepeet gratitude aud thanks.
S. r. Call. April 2.
N BW ADVEKTIiSK.M KNTS.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FAST 8AIUNO
Will Sail this Buy, "Wednesday. April 19 !
Kor Sretrhl or raaantr, applr to
M7 II. HACKt'rXD ft CO.. A rent.
PlcSlliiL STEAMSHIP CQMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
if K "'..
of Notice of Petition for Alhwawre of
THE SPZ.E.WD1D NTE.lJt.SHIP
CIBtTTT l Ot RT r THE II t w tilt v
LAI Ian. Ia Probate. At ( raunbeea bene ait
raiile Duncan Mrltry.le. Ia la matter uf tw &vJT i
iln realms: ami "line; the ivmtaoswd leeonnrsof rw
Ian Bertl. meo. Administrator, of las Eatale of rmTj
11KKTLEXUX. ateof Kolo. KanaJ. deas-eawel. whe-e,
he asks Ms aerouna may be examined silaSSs7?15
that a tnal order mar be made of rthmbwrtao ,07
PertT remaining Hi hi haoila to ike persona law.,
sued, anil Jtseruinrrtia bha and hlk .orrtiis rY001 -.,
th. r reapmuUhUlty aa snrb. "U
It at ordered, lhat i lllbA V,
l7, at lew o'ehx A. .V..
I'baiubers. In the Court llotm
same hen-hy B appointed as tbe time ami utore fiw hrarlrr
laid Petition and Accounts, and lhat r naiTall
mar then and thers appear and Skene carats. If any iber
hare, why tae tame hnnM not be ersmed. and ma'v ore.
sent evidence aa la wbsi are entitled to the vud arooertv
A nd that tbia Order, m tae KinTlab aad Hawaiian lan. n'.
ages, be published Iu ibe Hawaiian date its aad aseaa.
oewapapers printed aad axtniall a Honolulu, for three
aacmaslew wweaa orsvlons to tbe tuna therein anMmted
for said hearing. -rsKmiru
rated at Wal'.lawa, H. I., tblt tsto day ot AarD t n
N. -. ,- McamTDp,
Justice of the Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial circuit.
rllthdarnf MAT, A. 0.
r,. the ,H i,,-t '
l"ia 11. ae an. I ,h.
RH a I' KI'IIRU. rAFTAM.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR Sail FRINCISCO
On or about April 126.
Tor freight and Passage, or say further infurniaUoo. j after tbe riplrerloii of
apply Iu iTi H. HACRKEIJl A CO.. Igetibx decree, upon cumpllan
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
Ol- THE HA.
iaataapa I k 1.
THE N l I. II I 1 I STEAMSHIP
U. ll v. .ii lll.li CU., Agents.
I l kKl T. (I'llAl.l.OUA.X,
Attorney and Solicitor,
Is autkoriisd lo lend front iW M Sill OUO. on Mortgage
of Freeholds at lowest rates of Interest.
tY Argents in Lonjoa. aud lo all parts of Auatralla
Office on Fort Strut, (opposite Mr. Ira Kicberd.on'a
Store). Honolulu. MS 3ru
Merc ix t Tailor.
8 Nuuanu sin i't. Honolulu.
wlilcli M. d VariKDj- lias devoted fourtccu years of
his activity, bia Intelligence, and bit youth, and
whicb he bas made known to ns in an interesting vol
ume. Ibis struggle nl civilizitioo against barbarism,
There may he otberg, of vhich wc have no i sod of national imlepcudence against foreign domi
nation 111 a remote eoiner 01 ine norm, is a niuiier
notice. Application has been made by other
governments lo join, and it is probalile that at
the next session, in June, the postal Union i
of interest, and is not wanting in grandeur.
Mous. du Varurtiy rccilea his wanderings OTcr it
wilb a simplicity and good taste, not devoid of
emotion, lie loves the Kanakas ; their nationality
T II O II I S I It b,
tin : to Jobn-Ncill.
achinist, Lock and Cun Smith
Swinp M it-it nit's rr-jiaii f UeIer to Spotting (. tlJ
Ap-ntfortheCel-hrjtulP.aOllKXCK dEWINO MACHINE?.
40, FortStraat, Itonoialu, II. f. a-ly
THERE IS HII'OIMlill IX THE
POl'NI) at Kubolaloa, disirk't of Honolulu, a
bluck burse vvith a small while star ou tbe
Tbe rig bt shoulder ts marked K. H. and the
KOLOA AND WAIMEA !
K A. Bdl V I la E !
li I Hit I.I ai, M A.ST KB"
Will have rptjular dl patch for tho mbovm Diuned rnrt.
no AaJ fUr Ihv Sth of Novy ruber next, until Airther uollc
Prvigbt aaU .'.. -laic laaken t th- Lowt H.i .
STEAMER A mill
X THF SI PHKME CO I' RT
1ST. Ub-t rVtr Dlrorcf. iimtt
WttnefMUy, thr rwrldh .tmy uf ,
In th thoYr pntttlr'il T.MI for Ptrnrr-", it L" ,.r. .t
that a liwcr of 'tlTorrr (turn bm bwoafc nt rjMuitaui b
rntavrrU In ftivor of th mid. aCfUo for tu f tb(
a.t'iltery uf thr Mid Kuihapu (k;, to b fBado slsj,,.-
mm tht iUti of thta
Srnw :hrrf. noir,
pwpTini ' " ...... .f.-. 10 invniamrr.
j And tbe libellaal ia orileml 10 pabllah aa alteatvl nnxr
of Ibis orJer In Ibe Hawaiian UaaeUe ovi Kaokiaa n.
I'tpers for slv eunittfvr weeks, the nrti nnhllcadnn to be
I within one mnntb front the date of thH order that ail
lirsons lun'rriiwi may ii itninuv montbs show u... ..rv
il.l decree .boubl not be mmle absolute. II r use t'oart
Itval wsi.TErl n R,tl,
CBtTti Nuereme Court.
I hereby eertify that Use fbreiaas iaa true ami fitUirul
enpy of she orlalnal ilei-ree n Che above -11 titled cause now
on air in tbe Clerks omceof the rsuaretne Cnnrt of tbe
Hawaiian lalamla. , witniss my haul tba i;u lav uf
April, A 11., ltrs, at Kon.4iilu. nroahu. II 1.
waltka H. aatMU
, aM ta. cierb. ajrsne Coon.
s KnllK Mr. Insure Harris, at t tiaaibera. la the matter
of ibe Bankraptey of MAJOR T. DONNKI.L. a volnntarr
Whervua, on Ibe 3tat day of Marrb, A. O. !?. MAJolt
T. PtlNN r.I.I, died bit petition loot be nikht be ealjndced
I bankrupt, anu whereaa. upon reealtnar and Hllnsr asl peU
llon, an order was duly made, eaulns upon all pernio to
. appear beTore me, uie umleralxneil. on the sth day of 4P!tlL
1.., ew prove ineir .-luinis aasinsi tlie wild Kstale. and to
show cause. If any they had. why tbe -at Maine T 'un..u
should not he decreed Bankrupt, and wbereaa. oa Use aeas
''.th .lay or Vl'UI! . A. p. -" - - -
vithuarrion of tbe C'oort. thai due aolare of aaat heart na?
I bad been published Ul the UawaUan (iaaetle a newspaper
1 published In tbe City of Honolulu, and no person having
made any objection to tbe prayer if Use said Pcrltkm lerinff
Now therefore, it Is nnlered by tae Court, Uuil the wUd
Major r. Donnrtl, be. and be Is hereby a.UiKbred a hank-
I rnpt. and It la further ordered thai notice 0 auch bank.
I ruptcy be siren In tbe Hawaiian (laaeUe Tor three conae-
I l otlve weeks. calBnc upon all rreiOrora of tbe said Major
T. I' iniu 11 wltaln the Hawaiian Klnsduai in appear before
nie tbe undershrned, at my Chambers hi the Coast I louse
In the City of Honolulu, oil Monday, tbe 1st day of Mav
A, -D. (7(, at is o'clock A. M to' prove thete elalma lei
accordance with tbe provlfUona of SecUon as?, of th" civil
Code. And it Is further ordered lhat publication of thu
! order as aforesaid, shall be .teemed food service upon all
wu itiuiwi..(iuin iu;a isinwitoin.
Dated at Honolulu thta tth day oa April, tare.
CITY of XKW YORK
Will Iioavo Houolulu,
. . .. roa
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W.
f-oinieerine at htamlavu with 1 'oninaliy 's stealer fbr
JlTTCiXnTilL.1r W , lTttrTWlirtTtTl-T-TT-- thaa tani. tf any tbey had. why the sasal Major T. Donaetl
On or about the 3d of May.
Fur freethl and Passu;, and furiherliifuriusllaii, apply
J.xo. E. Btawaap, Deputy Clerk.
M.tllCH A.V r.
I .HAS l'l:il.
...Circuit of Kauai
Orcalt of Hawaii
-.Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Kanal
Clreuit of Hawaii
Cln ult of Hawaii
Circuit uf Hawaii
.. . Circuit of Kauai
April 1 lih. II7.
A. B. KAAfKUtr,
will incluile every nation having uny large 15 dear to him. Why should anyone reproach Irtra
t . .. nrilli it ? Who is there among us tliat has not taken
The object of the international postal Union
is to secure a uniform rate of postage on letters
and papers, and by the prepayment of postage
to do awav with all international accounts
the cause of tble oppressed littlu people to heart
Aa lor ourselves we have hud loo much pleasure iu
reading the recital of his ministerial adventures, to
pllj tbe delusions which he bi; allowed himself to
fall into. If there is any doubt remaining in onr
minds regarding tlic destiny 01 uie Kanakas, iiierc
is none abonl Ibe talent ot M de Varieny, about
The rate adopted is five cents for each half ' sincerity ol bit convictions, and of the poliiical
iviiii'ini ill u l,!.' i hrt t- H i- tir, i.t in tln ir nr i-rn in. .fit
ounce loiter, two cenU for each newspaper, I of tbe Sandwich Islands We cannot pretend at this
and one cent an ounce for each book or par- distance to Judgcof tbedetailsorbisadminislration;
t but it is easy, wilb tbe Altuaiiacde frolba in hand, to
cel. These rates prepaid, for instance in St. prove undeniably tbe progress which be bas caused
Petersburg, carry a letter or paper through I 1&E?Z2
Qcrm.tay, France and England to an' part of among us wbo spread abroad tbe influence of tbe
the United States, where it is delivered free
of charge ; and so, if Hawaii joined it, letters,
papers or books would be carried free, after
prepayment of the above rates, to any country
belonging to the Postal Union. The principle
adopted by the postal Union is so simple and
clear, viz : that each country shall be entitled
to all the postage it collects; and the rates
are so low, that the system has given univer
sal satisfaction. Under its operation, the
amount of correspondence is increasing won
derfully, and the postal receipts of every
couutry that has adopted it, increase in the
same ratio. England now derives over five
millious snrplns income from her post-office
department, and so great has become her for
eign corresKndence carried across the Atlan
tic, that she lias given notice to the steamship
companies that hereafter all mail contracts
will be paid per letter, and not by specific i
subsidy as formerly.
Let us see how it would operate hero. If
Hawaii joins the postal Union, a prepayment
of five cents will carry a letter f:om Honolulu
to any part of America or Europe, Instead of
eleven cents now paid to Europe. On news
papers, two cents prepaid would carry to any
part of Europe, instead of four or more cents
now exacted. And no other charge can be
made on delivery. The present rate of Ha- bis willingness to give bail in the sum of $25,000.
waiian postage on foreign letters is six cents, This was satisfactory, but tbe gentleman wbo was ei-
Frcncb name. M. de Varigny bas done it: and
i whether be bas completely succeeded in bia work
i or not, be has obtained results whicb do bonor to
j bis enterprising character, and to bis bold and ener
We are not able to give Ibe whole of Mont Cbas.
! Charmes first-rate notice of M. de Varigny's book,
1 and we have, therefore, limited onrsclvcs to furnish
! ing our readers wltb an account of wbat M. de Va
rigny did for ua wbile be was residiog among ns,
as Mous. Charmes has learned from M. dc Variguja
book. Let nt hope that be will soon take conrage
to return, and repair Ibe niitfortuncs to wblcb bis
absence bas subjected us. If be could know that
tbe laickawanna is here now, although under a dif
ferent commander, Ibe sound of her name would
probably bring him back without delay to tbe scene
of bis glory and seif-sacrificc.
Written fbr tbe Gasette.
"Robbery and Cheating Will Out."
Tweed, who robbed the City of New York of
millions, and who defiantly aiked bis accusers " what
will yon do about it?'' bai been recently condemned
to refund six and a half millions. Members of tbe
Whisky Ring and of other fraudulent organizations,
bave been made to feel " that tbe way of the trani
grcsior is bard."
On the Sth of March, Gen. Belknap was arrested
and brought before the Police Court. His distress
was so great tbat be could not conceal it. On arriv
ing at the court, tho room was nearly foil of lawyer;;
but be took no notice of tbe surroundings, bowing bis
head and shading his eyes with his bands.
He wiibed to waive an examination, aod professed
C. BREWER CO.
OFFER FOB SALE
BY LATE ARRIVALS FROM BOSTON!
The Following Assortment of
Anchors, 600 to lOOOIbs,
Leather Belling, 3 lo 6 in. Oak Tanned,
Boxes Jam and Bales of Kopt,
Boats assorted Styles,
Cane Knires, Cultivators,
Carts, Hand, Mule aod Hire,
Copper Paint, Caoal Barrows,
Cumberland Coal in Casks
FENCE WIEE, BEST QUALITY!
FIRE CLAY. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
1 Uorsa Power for Sawing Wood,
Planters Hoes. Hay Cutter,
Kaolin. Fire Clay,
Yellow Pine Well Seasoned
Yellow Metal. It to 26 oa,
Plows various styles and sizes,
Pails 3 Hoop,
American Prints Desirable (Styles!
Best Quality Rosin,
Turks Island Salt in Oak Bai rell
Nests Painted Tabs,
but the loss of one .cent will be more than
made up during the first year by the increase
in correspondence, especially to Europe. Our
post-office department, therefore, instead of
losing would double its receipts from this
sonrce in two or three years.
To continue tbe present system is unfair to
Europeans residing here, as it compels them
to pay eleven cents on each letter and four
cents on each paper, when by entering the
Union, we can secure a reduction of their
postage to five and two cents. The heavy
postage now exacted is a gross injustice fo our
So popular has this postal Union become
i .i . i , - i i i . . .
peared in the last issue of the Advertiser en- i aPI"-"'Sn m w JO" y
titled "A Poor Investment," must appear to , of the8c ovemmenU who are not yet in
evervone to be. not oulv baselv nrurrateful. lmt I lt and ,f wc should fnl to represented at
rf , . a, '
otys a tumoral ipraadisg
aatiea aftaa Saetafc
. tat iiiaatttaliia eaf a British
at test Can rstjlitl r lis a laas ka
to be an instance of meanness of the most con
temptible nature. There is not a book in ex
istence on the Hawaiian Islands which could
not be made to " furnish to the opponents of
our Treaty a good many apposite texts." If
Mr. Xordhoffs book furnished "apposite
texts " to the opponents of tho Treaty, it has 1
furnished more to the friends of that contract.
U tat logic in the Advertiser' concluding
remarks to the effect that because tbe book has
been used by the opponents of the Tceaty to
our prejudice, therefore Mr. Nordhoff is not an
angel, be of any value, then it most follow that i
because his book has " furnished a good many j
; the next congress in Switzerland, we will be
j among the few left out, and our European
; residents will continue to be heavily taxed,
i when there is no good reason for it.
Hawaii heretofore has always been among
the first to adopt cheap postages and postal
conveniences, bat in the present instance, she
bas allowed other nations to outstrip her, at
considerable cost to her own people.
Paris. April 4. Tbe JVetsoae oV Pmrit, alluding to
tbe action of France in the Egyptian affairs, tayi
France bas resumed tbe rank belonging to ber. Onr
prestige in tbe East is restored, witboat England bay
ing any right to complain.
Cars' ry reinforcements bare started for Cuba.
peeled to sign tbe boad. failed to appear, nor could
he be found, so that Belknap was kept in suspense a
larce part of the day.
His betrt knew its own bitterness ; tbe crnsbing of
fond bopei, and the storm-cloud of ruin and disgrace
gathering in the future ; but we cannot estimate fully
Ibe amount and ioteniiiy of meDtal suffering of auch
a man, at such an hour. Nor was he tbe only auf
ftrer : for bit wife, who is stH to bave tempted him
in the first place, must bave beea filled with self-reproach
aod remorse, and bis son, a student at college,
was unable to bear op again! the wave of di'grace
that was sweeping over the family, and bis sensitive
natare succumbed stance to tbe terrible blow. How
wie tbe prayer, " Lead us aot iato temptation."
A FIXE AssORTXE.VT OF RUSTIC
frames, shortly expected.
ass h. m. wHrrsKr.
DIIXIX6HA.TI ate CO..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK HARDWARE
Cutlery. Dry Goods, Palate and Oils, aod General sfer.
cbsoillse, Ho. da, Klac Street, Booolala. Set ly
E. O. II A I.I. Jr. SOX.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX HARDWARE
Dry Ooods, raiDta, Oils tod General Herchandise,
Corner Fort and K ing Sta.
a. a. cuoaoaar. rso. s. sairaixs.
A S. CLECsHORX 4c Co..
txrotrus ass btauxs lar
Goixoral ItaTearcTi wnvrlltao.
Corner Queen and Kaabumaou Streets,
aM ly .Nassau St. . and corner fort aod Hotel 8
"M orcliant Tailor.
56 Eaabnaiana St., opposite Mr. G. Rhodes Store. ly
Ex Favorite, From Victoria :
100 Barrels Fraser River Salmon,
20 Half Barrels Frater River Salmon,
Every Barrel in Perfect Order and,
FOR SALE AT A VERY LOW FIGURE,
Eastern Pine Sugar Shooks !
WILL BE SOLD
At a Lomer Price Than Ever Before Offer
ed in This Market
These Shooks are Thoroughly Seasoned
Aod offer advantage! oyer all others,
SOLD IN THIS MARKET:
Holding larger qaiotitr of aagar, gaining from
2j per eent- to 3 per cent, io setctag up in repairing
oo coopering tiler leavriog tbe PlaaUtion
ALL OF THE ABOVE GOODS !
Will be told low
To Close Consignments,
To make room for sew good expected per
Syren and Ceylon :
TO ARRIVE EARLY NEXT FALL,
INVOICES OF WHICH ARE EXPECTED
C. BREWER 4 CO.
April lsth, Wednpetlay -
April Zth, "l i I.t- a.
M : 1st, Monday
Mfty Sth. 'I.. HlV ..a, ..aj-l
May ltn. Tharwlay
"May S?d, Monday
May 2tttn. Munday
Jane ' : i.. M outlay MtM.
aluae turn, Monday
June i Mm !.t ,
June Sth. Wednetday
On all Windward Tripe the Steamer will leave her wharf
at .k30: nil tripe to Kauaf, will leave at 4 p. at. On down
trips the steamer will not leave KaaiuiUu before 8 a. M.,
Kawtiftiae before 10 a. Makena as per notice on up trip,
Maaiaea Bay not before 7 a. . Any cbaitjtc from the
above will be ailvertled.
On the trip of April 2th, (Circuit of Hawaii.) the r
will not lake Cattle from Kawalhae will leave Kawalbae
at U:30 a. M., Frklay, April t!i; .Maalaea Kay at (f r. Its,
reaching Honolulu, -u.turday, a. April 29th.
Rati m of PuitNUgc will le
To or from Kauiialtakuf, Molokal 9304
To or from L:haiiia, MauL m .
To or from Maalaa, Maul 7.4)
To or from Makena. .UauL
To or from Mahukona, Hawaii ..-1O.0O
To or from Kawalhae, Hawaii.... 10(H
To or from Kallua, Hawaii 10.90
To or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii IO.OO
To or from tlllo, Hawaii I i.AO
To or from Kaa -... Hawaii M.OO
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip 'J2.A0
To or from any Port on Kauai tt.OO
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip 12.00
Deck paaaace for natives only at.OO
r No 'rt?(lit for PawAjce Xonojr. i
Ticket at the office only.
No berth will be ronaidered aa takeo until paid tc. Wot
responsible for unmarked Qagicage or any Freight or far
cela unless receipted for.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
rnVT An effort will he made to bare Ihe Steamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui
HAUl'KL O. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder A Co., corner of Fort alt Uueen Htrects
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer A Co. Agents.
Uercluuiliie reccired Slornsre Krer und
Hiatal iuu aaraQcri tuaue on -hipmenl". ty thi line.
MMy C BtlWIg A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Brewer fc Co. -Agents.
Favorable arranzeoisDrs can ill tea
raaily MaastssnaSM .biutnont uf till. B.u.e W.,.,1 lna...na
nther Merehanilfta lo N.. BedfoiJ, Boston. N' York ami
itlier Eastarn Torta. assT- Csah Ailvanee. uia.le
Hi-tj C. BRBWIR S CO.
E. 0. HALL &S0ar
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Among which may be found especially for
AM r.atir a AMOSKF.IU A. BLEACHED
CXrrross t-a ; Wamtutta, 4-4 Bleaeh-d Coi,ns;
. 'AS , ru". i ana in quarters; Amerteau A r
A. IVkins. C. D. TVklnrs. Enetblh Bolie PrL.ts. tlarlt
and Light around nnt: Pad prlnta, Enameled link til l
A Full Assortment of
Hardware, Fence Wire.
Tin. Solder. Force and IJrt Pumps, and aeomnlefe tMelt
of Tools Locks. Sails, (screwH, Butts. Itolu. A lies, Sprints
(arnaue and Blottis Walps. 4c.. ae.. In variety, Z,,
numerous to spedfr. T1
TjlraatrtfctVVaesasa, Brushes, AtOaaVaM Improents.
uoSZ ggftrn'm im mmwi mo...
nY-tASi, IBO? POT!.
Selxie TATvlxies !
of"" "pctKl 1"ndld ajnurtmrBI of the beat
PLATED SILVER WARE!
To rait ertrr taste, K arret, Forks, Hpnorw, etc ate
E. . II a 1. 1, at s n
NEW pTaN OSV
pjpjipaj TWO IEBI EISTE TO V Els
Shortly Expected from Nete York,
AXIJ FOB SALE BV
a. jr. WHrrxitv.
rbeae Plaooea lite the Stetasrav, rank amoos tbe heat
t,t swe.taesa of lata and darabuit. JJ"
a a. s ir.n.!ti. EO. Fonaarly wlta
S S!'1 to mtarm 'ef bmE
iaia sod toe public senersily that be baa taken a
window In C JC. Wil.-Um. Fir. iw.r ".a, "
Fort Street, where he will alve nH.i ' ...
kinds of WsPjIV Cloclrs. and J-rarelrr Bersairlris KnaTrsv.
met. 4c. All pv:ksares from tbe outer fTiiflriWliI
":tMaa8rtelet for repairs, win receive prompt
attention. Order, saudied tor all trades of Wttch.a of
American rrniiinure abkVrtaon soartntoM m ererr
rtepcer. (Ml tan) d. WlL-ox cttlT
IB THE MATTER OF THE isrirtlll K l.E
KATV wi, late of Honolulu, deceased. Xattrs- it
hereby given, that all persons, whether secsred be nnrt
Sage or otlierwlne, bavins claims or demands saalnsl tbs
estate of the late Keekapu , . dei ease.1. are reqnratl ro
prevent the aame. properly authrntlraied, to tbe uuder
altrnrd. at Na S Kaabumanu street. Honolulu, within aU
monlbs fn .m Ihe date of Uie first publication of that notice,
or they will be forever barred ; ami at persona Indebted
to said estate are hereby required to make Iramedlets
payment to the undemlsned. D. W. I'Al All I.
Executor of last will and testament ol Keekapu de. eased
Honolulu. March ath, lt7& ass St
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING MATERIALS !
tWWlal Scaiiliinjr, Boards !
Tonguad A Uroored, .Surface!,
Planks. Battens, Pickets !
W la. z 4, lii, aad IaS, fur
Scantling. Boards. Plank,
Battast 1x3, U4, -J3, aad 1-JxJ
Pickets Kuugh and faac,
Surfaced Boards and Plank, 7-9 to I in.
Tnngned and Urooved
TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
2x12 to ,ISxlS;
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's Use
EASTESH WHITE PI5B,
California and Eastern Doors, all sizes
S. ' H, all lixea ; BLI.VD. all sites ;
WHITE LEAD and ZINC !
PsIVt Ola. at SHtLL PAW'f l UCtr,
Pattjr aad Varnish,
OUts, ITo. 2x2 aad 2.
Wall Paper and Border
Iron and Tinned Tanks,
Paint and Whitewash Brashes.
METALLIC AND FIRE-PROOF PAINT
For Plantation or an; Other Use,
Butts and Hinpt,
Hooks aad Eat, ie.
Salt In Quantities to Suit :
SAM'L G. WILDER.
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
CaLiroBlIA OAT If A T - nr Aaa rr
OlJJt.1 a, CO
I. BAaU HAXT .
Sailing Days as par Seliednle !
Unless OUerwise Aitvertksad.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND.
' omcg WITH rTILDBK A Co.
Fine Manila Cigars!
antra. Just leceivrJ
A iew ibvoicx or vcb
a a. luauiT. put op in Doses or
8aloon Pilot Bread.
CM" . CABHs-Per sf. tten. xrobu
IVraalear -jut BOLLxa Cr