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HI 11' I i V " 1 7 U TT U TtJre of oxen with his KTir and tiro or ' tact. The Cojnroirtw rose sad reported the j Jr,ltJ,'i
A " A 1 I A -A 1.1 A A Li 1 lU Our men will perform the labor of twenty Bii! for fTirr.TBsawrrt whew a motk-ii was made I fUr?t .bV!0,
xritk shovels and picks.
IN tVTTKrPKXT JOrCNAL,
PETOTETt TO HAWAII! PROGKESS.
rrmjsHitr avt kmtet. jbt
hem; y m. WHITN'EV.
Thxtk Majesties im K;ag and (Jo fast left
IMM ScntdVr ire K rwJaT- wkp tker iwjr
tfWAanr)jrica iv $: tier ra-v-ri rifts Jarr
arrasRiTi .
3Tli'7f1 "rftt'yi. .aarecjlTS ly Ttrc resicnSMB r. Oarin ii. Hopki
L Jl-.irjW"" : BaM cam g rorcjwc las; -raw
- - - Sr-1"1 . rmm as afcaamw, iWiajl mAbm far Ol It
wmm' S!m,r-lii ai t, f lwilliiX.i stm. bW Wfcl jpSstBl,,
Bat" r ssts tW aBatm. iayiSafar"'aA May is
mi B-caaasiaa. aa aaaaea tW wialn sf herytav
an.. atwa. 5 c.
C Ban.i.3Ca 5X. 14.
c c sr. in jta. ti
' etc, asi
1 lalU'iiTlT Till'
toil
and
to indefinitely poatp-nc. which ws being de- ' sg. aor
Besides Beretaoia Avenue, wreral cross hater when the Hon. Mr Xawahd, from Puna. vkeBaVe7ntaaT i
streeta. conneormg the above with Kinc streeu Hawaii. moreJ Oat the Assembly do adjourn. rrc ."crsta
which roorioa prevailed.
Had the supporter of die Bill mered th
oa tn 1
ia demand br
f 'e
FOR
SHIPPING.
SAN FRANCISCO.
red wntil Trri
I roasori wi
FVheTe Bfll wwk positive Trrmry V
ofmnrry-; Talnes most V srtiajr-n wbem t
thre.stmet hv anv rioliti.Sati
may
have beer, opened, which r-eady improve that
I aecCKwi of the city. These improvement have
created a deaaand for land no both Beretanja Previous Question the report ootid have bee
Avenue xrwl Kmc street, and we find on inquiry adopted by a vote of to 21 and a motion t
1 feaaa varien sonroes, that there have beeti no j reconsider oonld then have been nepatived h;
less than twenty -eirh: sales an' re-sale of a lite vote and t
IataS herweem Alapai street and Hr. JloOnUj-'1 readme, when w
dnriiic the past year, tcreratmp thirty thoc vail and the Bill
v -.; .io'lkrs Am -ar the more important of presentation of 1
l tfcwn we time : - faaateer acres corner oi re
aahM street and afcinlmiia. from Rev. 4. Ik.
7Vt v J B Arrow Rich: acres, bifcgte
rweia Paaaaawa street ad Sr. XoOallkv IVaaji
IM. 3Kck Xc F. S. lvanav ISw seres, op
pnniie the Vew. f-on. T. J trnlvJ: e A. Ae
cr Ssarw atsaaa, sse fai tb&t R Haof arlane,
V, at. Borhatmr. t Wwt Oar. Trijst, JlW.
Tmsjs. aV r. RlWslmii, K. C leases smI
J'alSt 3(Ht rtW af aftlf jdt1 IfcTT''v. fft f JT1
iHRal VHHAaH JwBis!rtiftf dY Jii? wc JnOj ywtN
dhasjsv Msat tfaaa? tUs ustaia Rssavaw
to two M sis. wsfMSi tjMaVe attsssjk awaoscos.
scHh a li ynwat w tree nx hnrss, TW
k s sasy Ve seec taw hv
taanbr beex uaiV r atsjbj 4NV MkrKa
'.""w 1 . w,JT - X ."' Tj ataMR ' tR at HsVB WSB
ifcaVfaV TWesitsria5 sWkahnK
aaaassacaaaXy.
cu-TT-nr r bc
" Tbere n
Saliinwt-rr atb
I tbe ifltn4 who "b-
tf Fikt
'Julia M. Avery,'
B.TTK1 . IM.
It falJy Dm und wli hare Ittitnediare
Ptspttch.
W rr Bremen. I
'4nf4 Inaa ta imS se f aiTVS! -
rnT. A InrVm t aw ta m. U
Ttr a. i iioiiiMN KtitK
K w MOI
tit ax
Starts.
h for t e hImttp rn
SlttKsr tat
sr .
its ;' ta
t dsr act aostot V- ti- ieje-
lTt "as setts
pMcsXr." It neaaa W that the tiaar has
assseal ate a Vsrssa.c ,t dt waaa. .. fertsaa
act w thaaly sfali luarysitSn. as at tsV
astssssMaai ssrt sfiat
t al aVsasst s a iTsafat ti; ta rsssssck
treaty m Uistin aaay W aw$eciaed,dke ratal
Msfal rf the saasr shall he aWayW sstal the
:: L- .re. f. -.-v."
is ih bejy of tiae act kseti. which
rf "sey treaty or treartes of coo
sjercial rectsrocity. which stay he Delisted
after the adjuacraasest of du seisnob sf the
Ltgisbtatre. aW Wianr fifcr m-tt&r-r
The act but or aaay sot have been ccth
stttaltocal, the jsdes si the Sasawsae
OssJrt decided that it wis.-hw it it
s ssjestKw which bo looker t os r r I ts.
ar at ; Bar Mteultea suststerial rso-oil'i!:tv.
There caanot be a dotibt jhat the intentioa
of the last Legislator was. not to approve of
any treaty of reciprocity which might be still
pendinj oa the Ust day of April, Ir-TS, as onr
American treaty certaialy was, bat merely to
prevent delay in tbe going into effect of any
treaty which mijrht have been concluded at
such an early date as bmsM have rendered
the necessitv of referrins it to the Legislature
i si at tar etvo m of lt?76. productive of iniorv to the couotrv.
flunk :. ia liac cal"C KSSSSa, ! Aiiraituaiinn 13 uutniai iiviu ...
- ' SSS rt,n.ujt tw., ,-n.r . ... . I w i n f ."i nnfiir.
Lilm vr. ..v.j.v -o- "
Mias-r intioT. tunate mistake, the treatv is still Dendiiur. and
we maintain tliat the Act of 174 has lapsed,
fr ?t": Hon-mS Ar- , t ? 1 . :. . :.
ui wi w limmi fbr tar tsJAod of ana an iue Kisers comerreM nj. i ; ami ii win
be the dntv of the Government, Wore thJ
. wnwwvw iw wsssw vhvwwwst sy
wo,; rajfci the stsiwiiri s atnd voe sa she
lasiatroe AswsjsVsy, raise tsswMwst yc
VsJlVTtJOt ."sftK 7sA s4 wwMtwtlrtyQkbj Swk
ruin -Mmm I " ss. bj is ii lft i inn - S ------ at -
lfcm(s "sSefcf'JS VH) fkfe tssff1
TaTlfcwXV1 sdwC TKaltNMH H.T? JiTa "tJfciV
asaaksasrAsvyry Ac lstfrrf g.stssjswsv t SKfa Saatsse
y tubH bjbjs ujOt ece "ff I 'atssstssst m
ct Kisg wt ssat Ifctfssay ' as ssASBMssst aws isSA
MXism Tsaa srw shiisthfail fsstli vtssmsay
he qM stafcOaass Axasw. AfawssacA l she ltssSSasa, whwo 1s.s
asr dcUeAhiwNa4 vse, stssssssw issmwwic s ss
sssaAJsaSk ssm a? i
va the mufcjK Mi
fsW1 fssfr VsTMCML. feHI sttssatoY & TWttst Ifi ks i VMsHs! sTHK Ws l" VrVCtf SftAP
i.tswtisjrtii shssc tha ssa Ssi s4shraaasV
rvsst. Oc ccrt si that caaaot w&ttat eartaa ssy
sssst it ca W aAsssd sa a ssnsmst lwAt the cewatry.
rect h earned sK dsrast the sex: e " HWJ- rd seesssary V say.
Ts tssst ss. at - Kalstasa Aveswe - v
. a
:o.-bit t- -e.
PACIFIC 1UH STtAWlP m?rs
a-a
r a i
1 A
t m issliet ta
far?VNi '
awK Sj S aa "S SM
. x ttnav TW w a ai I'naitan m
the cc. v a4 w m ; js
TIC St MS ltS(l
US,,
:rs
wiald saafce it s haaiiii drfse far ssr catr
. boss, ath hare now sx Sew aveoses of escape
frost the best bMM sb hohiay.aad ss ad.
dadectju a-rr. . : . :ra-vVrs :tKrg cr.r
Z
assaast Qra. omv. u-tr it i mt ts aasaa
iaiail!!taiiil CaaMSaaSw at sa
BWMHtSjLlSiSaStaSTSttS nvarSv
sitiaiTiaiaaSjstrsiss Qiao nn Rv um
aittnaaklv .kBBiiBStii!
asv- ana, b m wtc. m.
u MSaa sm( r Oasa. sts ass ar t
B C. Ruu,
SrOMMan ana Sv : l Ba ta
z
ta afwABM wsa a SjnaSMSM af aw Pili j CaaacS
pv israaa sir r t ta top t wait aw
MsBbvbY CsSsi ksiw Wpfrfjp "r hHB r vc tit tit t tk IC-
H Tiiayj baaSergi Wfi L iiltll tab Jatr tkT
osi a wtvae bb tMSiwv .
Jaw. & ViLKn. Matbter at rawaee.
r..-aa.T rvtwn--. at- Ml ::.
T e
haessaal contest hT the Assetably ttt'tatwa.
Apia h. mt.
JBS tL bUiwna. GoTernor of Maul
Ik BBSSSSa I witk SrtkM WO of tbr M Cod. I !
kmti appotn D. Katas to br PnaDdkrrprr for U at
trtrt uf Nana UUo. Islaod of Hiarati.
K Km. tioveroor of Hawaii,
oew. sssaaast oCiuvs.
Arr--. ma. isr. as.
Hmrt'Oim I-unchbowl Ktrrrt. ntar Qoen Hos-
Jko. H. Baowx.
Ac-::', of Board of Hfwlth.
Apr;. ;::
Tn H ,n v Mrua-a b now rradr for thp m-ppuon
of an koto mt bkm portainiuc to U ArrUt-oi j aud
treaty can become operative, to comply wish
tlie requirements ol Article 29 of the Cou9ti
tation, and refer it to the Legislature for its
approval, should it pass Congress which at
this writing i uncertain.
The IlatvniinB Treaty.
We publish in another column an article from
the S. F. flfctaths relating to this convention,
a iiich clearly reflects the sense of all classes
of the people in California. When it became
known there that the treaty was likely lo fail
in Congress, public feeling was at once ronsed,
and the action of the merchants was prompt
and unanimous. Sixty-five mcmbcre of the
Chamler of Commerce met and unanimously
adopted the resolution passed, even- one of
a. -a : u : a. .1 .1 . 1.1.
tt imr h SSSSMi ucrmot iii aaaSJHSanmr of bbofloriJ'. liivui oiuiii uie 11.11110 n 1110 uuouiiiuii 101c
. makiac -a lisa kaowa at ta ouu-r a ootcv. in ,. ti.o R ,s S:,rw.,-;. r.t,.
tk Moom Room. OotmtDom Hou.-. B r " ""f- - v
AJiiScaat tsSaanft for th .Moyuui hou'.ii t wni to (uiicil. a so hi;i!.'i ie the measure l.v Us
This is ail verv well so far as
B -- -
tSSJil ki nC i,.o?. SWS
raaj svasH b sa is asss i in aaaa
a BSSSSSS. t-i m a ; ! a. - a k
t k . mwM. v anr ,asty w k
I w-,- oaBktvlXn . V t. a c -nw
' ay h feaitbr stJ.whlljif it asset bwt that ss w-Wlw 4 as iMiisiskkyt ast
the execsttve shosh ss hssrd sad its uJhtcscw j 'T1l?rVT' - " - -Mt.
Tat w sasafvy theei.yi oi tvxy ikBScy. j a k e tai w- la : ,
rthe tacht aot the be rZt
besm tscvwveyvcbTthecvAMttatKsa. hetshi kw xk r. W aaow mmt.. ft
II be deeaied wwe WJWlH sed restrwt that ! b ws sasat at Mf ss
. ... . j taatsiib libit tisai a sat sal t .aao.
power, the way at Basis, by ss isnsthstst of ; M a tcswaat. J tk .aa,w f
the cvaatilataaa. TS auatrjt a- rcpreseatainw l 1 a mk.aai Weaath wmiit b. a
HBjastst, tse eaecatist arfartsaest et lav gavere- '" t!L!!i !?" 'af " a
Tt arcst r b the K. as deeta-rJ by the . , . . . ., . a- ,,: laa
He t nrmw: '.- tfrc MkiWll-1 i.:.a . v.. - -- .
fa ISfsrd to she right of the Misittsit to TSte. j wsashasssrt nisissjMt fcr bat acta. Aa ksfcut I aarr taaatses. t SX. at swasy ia mj mm.
mMmm tXmtm 1 . ai KVit.v mt l,t wAa- ! at ik mmuanil Ik.- ka o .OW la.. ... k I TkT ajao raw thai bafa WaStSiaM awaJ aaw
,1 .-. , a.T . .. . . u. chrtvt. lb.v .krwn Jboy are BSfaBSl va aa be riramil h ataawai t HrtMffaK mt
an.!, as aujcU. Uave twa expected, toe Jepre- . .j r.., -nJhSa. - it b cWwrtr la taw I taatf kaa a aaM awfcaa. So r-ia. .....ti.t
sestatives asstaised s defeat, the Ministerial rcfraaoatsare char..; ... a :tx ttwstsre ot the (a.WMiH.kw. jvJaa t b BBB a
. . a- r , . . v x- cwoatrr. wt ia ts olaaJA.
, Tote betsg IS. ot which 15 were cas. by No- Toa-, tB rVrw takea b the AtJonwv General -tan, aiaaa ae.tb.wat. aaa a sssj SSsl af
I bies, bv Represenutives, and t hv tbe Mia- to arst a.y o.' ta dnoaaioa. aitiwwrk he , BSjssVstsSjs. asat ik art a diSrait xtn-
! - . " . . ,. faw-ita n. fi.k 1 kJt aa aat.tsaate saVctioa at a word ia the Ha- i ro4 ta abcataiac wsmm evU to ta a -
tsttn. agatnst 14 of the Opp,It.on. On bat- .,. to eIpfv citiracter. shath eriJr.tl, vt . ks wrirr. esfieialtT wbta it -aTr-urday
tbe matter was ajrain brought up under tntld sm BtfflVrj of tbe AswrnKj. The coo- ! Babra that tk tatwraea w ail thai had neaaUj
a new with the aame result In iTaV--. ' 1' g? i kW.Sld had h f t.nH IBS lt U aha
i more enlightened countries, where the exer
cise by intelligent constituencies of tbe right
j ot suffrage constitutes the hulaark of popu
lar liberty, such a condition of affairs would
be deplorable, but as things on Haaraii nei are
at present constituted, we confess to a feeling ,
of partial resignation in view of the fact that
the popular branch ot the Legislative Assem
bly is practically out-numbered by the Xubles.
Alihougli the Oppositiou is so weak, it is by j
no means useless, for it can exercise a whole
some restraint in the Assembly, and in various
ways exert a salutary influence. An opposi-
7.KA1.A N ni A
VwraAl Lavi
Kad4T. Fiji, ax.4 Sr4jt y, N& W
-itutKn l 1NJ was ta vote- of ta khr niBSIIa. I
n,-a s is id prone, ii oe eooose io rrtiia a voacc sh- Wft1 Hadaatd as tha adsad. Bat
5 5? Ll"K lJ""ala m,aMrr " ' S th. eolJstaub aaJ lb IttSiSH txpariasead
! 2" g2 s I , d,aU-Jrr dar-itk. .a, .kb th. .TkX
E the asiM S S .bio. a it . a ro.rvod rbthl to bo ! "J""' 3 t-T -A.:d.
ueard ht tbe House ot R.iwrscntivcs apou certain "" - '- e-iaparvd
oc-io.a. Under this proismu tbJ brld scatis j w,,h "d B,',
and voted upon all ma$nrr betor too Hoaar. with- I than tbT aetaailj u..J. rf tLair euatuiB. baj bra
out dispute as to sock riabt. Turr rn- as.inrd I ""'"f ta PJ fr it ; w tk Barrbaau. trador. and
"srati" tn the HjDo ot Nobles. Article 73 of this P"?1 ' '"a ua island, as .... as tby becAnw
constitution prorldcs lor th apnolntmeot of Noblra tiid that it wa eeoaoajieal to as (fid. and de
arho shall h)d BUttV darint; life It i- fair to saj . trwincd to ba it, expr:aod bo difioattv in ob
tuat if kaeata, for tbe ministers, moan soats but ! taininc an .wpb sappij.
not votes, tbe asme construction would deptiv tbe f On cireuautanoc which, peadin this rtsott.
NosVi ot votes. Tbe sjiu wordinft boinjf earriod j tend! to rreallr rvliere tbe popular apprhni"n oa
into trie constitution ot ISM, a lib construction I h Boore.or.. tbe readinr in forvirn nw,papr that
would deprivetbe N"b!rofa voir to-ty. It there j lb BtasSI tn certain eom;iaratirlT poorouantrias as
U SSJ lore to tbe irgnmout ibout seats, what eon- ; Orcma. Anions. Nerada, and Washington Territory
structton should be jriscs to tbe Ust clause at Arti- bxi BO man diticultj in ubtainin and retaining
c!o 511, wblcb urrscnte that minitor siuM not sit .n -a .i r . j :, j:v.. . . w
upon iuc ir.moian, nupi-iio'iiuoiii .- ai
. MiMvV . rMt WvwrA, in a ami mi
On or about tfx tat of Juno.
nark al la.Mu k,au i n i m n. e
aati is.ltkVSlWsVSiSit'SA, astasa
llL.stt.Al lMcUet.
FOR KOkOA AND WAIMEA
-jr. Ttttt k.-UvVVS
siHum si awrtus-
W-: aav n.kr B fifk Sw, is ak it.
aaaadafw AkAAkt ISawaaSat away nK fare a nav
rrxrkiaad raanali tab at IS tm RaM.
lit aAtUJBi a OA.. Ml hBA.
DISPATCH USE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
iti C. Brewer at Co. -Agents.
4hh M-katM roiJ Sirar w-r at
t ha Mat caak rtimn taede a atAaaa tka tiw
Mt-t. - sets t r. I co
- a s-aaaw.
Ban rk .
X 1 H t
rttr ik. m kaathkts a , a. a,
"I1" awaaka w a. .1
- r man ii, m a, . m m ?
i ia-ao . ,w
.a .w-, i , y -r Tlx "in ijiLA-a
ik -" t ik NaWaBaa TtaTlU-T - ,'
-irr-!-. y.'""..., .a
" w , " II BWJBA
S atrrs .
tVra
RftCTna tan uniini in n ditkct i ibc
ww bv awn niiu ttwitWtWWtwu nwnia at n w . f Tstr v Apmj i . . ,r
1 r tn rv -V-rw-w ,m.aA. "lWi 1 r'L'
C. Brewer 4 Co.- A&ents. Jft Hi.aiku ir.t, 121-
.roralkl- ArTaXaSnbtOti Oik atlwat t
fMtlt. fr t JdThXf xtX J -h:paBrtt.t if lta. sV-aSkta. tt .a,
otWr Mwrrstasxliw to Hww 9aHr ftsiioo.
; tikr tflHi lorU. lifCiaa A mJ.
Tori i
A.
tion is indispensable to health v action in a i nt mcjn toic, it ina?t be ibe intention of ihc an- !
ttor( tbe biti cnrt ol imn-arlimrnt coinnnsrd ol
WILDER tt CO.,
Importers and Dealers in
I ITS kTTrm "It UkT 1
a Art w. in:- . r .
bkk1! at. tkaa a.1 pi i .una. k, Ik. . ,
" i i na, W oh
llllhl T lb huV Kkapa I
pr-t Ik aam. pr. p.rr
Ul Kit.
A "Or m
ifillodnp. whK-hare srard with
qa rot AASurvd that any art! -los of
thr ma deposit in the Museum will be :
Legislative bly. It prevents the majority
i from making excessive nse ot its power, and,
1 under skillful leadership, is even sometimes
able to usurp the prerogative of the majority
: and carry its own measures, as was recently
I done in the American Democratic House in
the great Amnesty debate by the opposition
i under Blaine. The one thing needed ly the
I opposition in our Legislative Assembly is a i rosi-rns or U removed, bis sosi is esse, and gone b
TV-;,1, .,,..1, . mr. ..eTtl.;,,., causo Ho is no loii-or mn,i,tor. tutbo ll..uo, L
the nobles. 6ucb construction is dourly untonublc
and must be abandoued. By tbe constitution of
lS6t, tlio two Houses of t lie Assembly Wore (used.
Ii became necessary tbeu to do away w tu tbe rnxiit
of tbe ministry to a voice in Ibe Assembly, or to de
prive tiicir posBtai there, in sceorsasei wiiu the
chases) provisions of the constitution. Tliis wss
done in article 431, which proscribes that (boy shall
bold - - ' us nobles, in the Legislative A -
sembly." Tboy uoldtlioirsealsxojeio,audonlytlins
lor tUev are not nobles iu anv sense. If a minister
.WD
ALL DESCRIPTIONS
sjl't'Q AS
ever, the const it niton declares that tbeir rank shall
t to th Museum win be entered tn tbe
asanas mt their depositor, whether scot a. loans, rifts, cr
fa wale, lawk arncJe sbaald b acoomnaniod with a eon
eta dearripuoa. and be deearnalrd wbethrr sent a kanv
CWts a for salt : and if for sale, tbe prices should bo
Slated.
a on destnaisof oontribau ir to tbo Mnsnem In any of
ah aaerSao branches of tbo natural history of tho kincdoni.
artu meet with ever ocouraceroot. and all tbe aasbxaaee
th -Oarator of tb II
Bi.ii :- aad tb receipt
Mu,-tiin. liuvorniiioii:
of aU aiUdes will be duly ao-
Tbe Hawaiian Kaseora will b open to tb pnbla-.
vro day. Sundays eieopted. between tb hours of I a. .
tat r. k.
H. R. HiTcncoew,
Curator Uawatlau Muat-um.
Not th. isn l: Sui
prompt action.
it goes, and will have great weight when the
time comes t j decide the question ; but can we
not, ought tee not, to do more than we are do
ing? Most certainly we siiouM. Congress
may not act on this measure before June 10,
for these reasons : The bill must tiike its reg
ular course on the list, which cannot allow its
being introduced bofore June. Then it has
been decided that Congress shall take a recess
of a week ot so tn attend the two Presidential
conventions to be heJd early In June. This
wi'l break op all legislation 'ill after the 10th
of that month. Kow it is absolutely incumbent
on ns to make one more effort. Judge Allen
has his hands full, is overworked and needs
help, but cannot gel such help as we can send
him. Let us then decide promptly and ot once
to delegate Mr. H. A. P. Carter for this ser
vice, in which he has already proved himself
so skillful, and for which no man can be found
his equal. Personal feelings and preferences
must be laid aside for the public good, and
we should unite and make a final effort. If
Ucevidcocv, Admitted the will tor.ro- '
hstf aad ordered letters teetamt-ntarv to be issued inir that we did all that was incumbent on ns.
til0 1111 h"n0 ChiCe inth m"r'bnt
to for sio 000. Notice to creditors to be advertised to do at once and prompt! v whatever mav bo
r f rm ,he ice of Mr: Ca'r,er-
a minor, and adopted child ol Km net, deceased it tie leaves in mc nrsi steamer t,enncr tne
?SrSS' riMsn'.'.-wKlt " CMmm Australia) be will arrive Wash-
no person opposing tbe application, the ington oelore June IWtn, in time to rentier m-
iauouao. tne I II, guardian ijju .j.-o rwsaarwr.ea thn nma. nf tho
, - i ,
capable leader.
or Lord Hartington, to manage it, it might be be that of Nobles. Possibly the Hawaiian verei
ni.s it more cotrociiy, i.. t bsbsb o as in. uniong
the nobles.1' Tbe position of a noble 1 wholly dis
tinet front that of a minister. Ilia term ot ouice is
lor life, and bv appointment or the King, who may.
under article 57, appoint 1 wcnly. Tint twenty never
have boon appointed is no argument on either side.
Tbo . r rogjiivcof such appointment alwkisrctnkioed
with the hinz, ami could have been exercised at any
lime as it now baa been,
ll is a well settled principle of law founded on
common sense and wisdom that a long established
practice is Indicative of intent. Under I bis principle
tbere can bo no doubt ol the rieht of Ihe ministry,
under the constitution, to act, in the Inllest sense,
as members uj the Legislative Assembly. As belore
said, the question is solely one of construction and
constitutional limitation. That of expediency can
not arise, to be acted npon by the Assembly, aa only
the Judges of tbe Supreme Court can pass upon the
tneaoiug of tbe constitution.
Conn In Probnte
April 11 Prool of will of A. W. Snell, deceased.
Petition ot Lewies Snell, widow, fur probate of the
will. To Court after hoarin tbe evidence of the
witnesses to tbe will, ordered letters tostanicntary
to be issued to Lealca Snell, and letters of adminis
tration with will annexed to VT. O. Smith, upon
r filinr a joint and several bond in tbe mm il
otic to creditors lo be advertised lor lonr
I inventory lo be filed in J days.
14 In the matter of tbe estate ol Wiiliatu William-
son. deceaomd. Petition of J. ParterGrccn, fur pro.
bate of will of tbe d, cedent, who died at Molokal, a
leper. Tec evidence in this matter was taken under
a commission to Wot. P. Ragsdalc Esq. at Molokai.
bcl re submitted to ibe Court was is ;
nt to snow nit; BBsSBsai an in a
soand state of mind at tbe time of making tbe n il!
and tbe Court declined to admit tbe same to pro
Sate; Sat ordered tetters of administration to bo
iawacd to J. Porter Green upon bis tiling a bond in
tbe sam of tSOO. Notice to cn-ditot to be idrcr-j
lasts tot love weeks, sod inventory to be filed in 'M
In tbe matter oftbs psoof of tbe will or Robert !
McKibbin. deceased. Petition of W. L Green lor
lot las will of said decedent. o person
1 to contest Ibe application, and tbe Court
! made no' only useful, but formidable.
Our neighbor has well said that we have an
! opposition in the Assembly, numerically su
! perinr to anv in the past years ; but we can
! not say that the opposition is as able as we
j have seen. The first week's debate has prov
I ed that the self elected leaders of the opposi-
tion have not the talent which enables them to
mass their followers, there is no cohesiou in
( the party, it is often found in cross purposes,
and it may be that the country is the safer for
; this weakness.
The timely arrival of the D. C. Murray with
, the mails saved the Ministers from an other
i wise untenable position. We allude to the
; appointment of twenty-one Xobles. The op
i position were about to ask the Ministers how the
j mistake in the count came about, when it was
whispered about the Assembly Hall that His
I Majesty was in receipt of the resignation of
the Hon. C. 0. Hopkins.
It is very evident that the opposition dis
trust the Treaty of reciprocity with the United
States. The President of the Assembly has
taken his stand unmistakably against the
ol tbe prison and proper! v of said
bond in tbe sam ot 0
Poco, to file a
An annual account to be
. and an invenlorv filed.
In tbo estate of Thomas Lonr. deceased. Peti
tion of Mrs. Anas Lone, administratrix of aaid es
tate for the allowance ot her accounts as such, and
a dlscJakrge from farther liability. Tbe Court ex
axnises and approved tbe accounts tbe sdmiatratrix
tn be diacbkrcV. upon sliuj the receipt of H. E.
alclotrre.
Mat 1 Estate of Wm. Johnson, deceased. Con
tinued lor tar; nor Inloimation from executor.
I Proof ot will of Kooao th). deceased. Petition
of Paauaoa for probate ol tbe will of decedent.
Aftsr searing tbe evidence of tbe death of tbe testa
tor and o bit signals re u tbe will the Court ad-
aalhBas tse astae to prooate ana appointed raabana
admintstraUir with ibe will annexed, to file a bond
la tbe sua of (100. Notice to creditors to be ad-
I tor lonr act as. ana luvenwrj n BB n.ec
Hon. C. F. Hart. Local Circnil
, North Kohsls. Hawaii
Wilson r Wm. Wilson. To
r tor raise ol three pair oxen. Judgmcul
f with costs.
Mahoe, B.AIA1, kvnatxa. aiuni-
llaaet. put under bonds to
ami tha nance towards Or. J. WbTht.
Ant Al Wm. Edwards vs. . Ashford Spencer. '
Mt to recover flSB. oa seat.
- vs. Av. (Jiivrr. Ainrnpait. coouc- I
Caarrtrrord
raR. Oliver. CoBtlnsetJ.
I G Conaa. To recover
treaty-bill. If he does not go, we consider its
defeat s foregone conclusion, as tho time fixed
for its going into effect expires in Jnly.
Our Public Avenues.
The most noteworthy improvement that has
taken place here for many months is the change
seen in Bcretania avenue, from Alapai street
to Pnnahon street, where a new and well-constructed
turnpike road has been made, for a
distance of one mile or more. Mr. Luce, road
supervisor for Oshu, has adopted tbe true
theory of road making, which is to construct
the road so that the water will run off to each
tide, into ditches so made at to drain it prop
erly, and yet leave no dangerous pitfalls. This
road so much resembles American turnpikes,
that we suspected the work was in charge of
some Yankee, wed on inquiry, found that Mr.
Hart, who hat done similar service in America,
was the overseer. He goes to work with s
plow, then with a road scraper of his own con
struction, throws the dirt up from each side to
the centre. In this wav much labor ip saved.
aVinaucial.
A project was suggested ia the Cosutercta Adrer
tnsr of the 29th ult. of so altounjing a nature, that if
il were not an editorial wo huuld be disposed to re
gard it sa emanAting, from the same individual that
I has been trying to show that laborers could be brought
j here for fifteen dollars I But as tbii cannot be, we are
forced 'o the conclusion that there are really two indi
I viduali in this eotnmunity wh do not know what
! tbey are talking ab'iut. And with a view of throwing
' some light no the subject, we commend In all financial
I tinkers, a recent pamphlet by David A. Weils, eotitied
j J?u6taeoa Crmmot'a Monty. A reviewer sayi :
', constitutionality of the act to facilitate the ma- ijete u a financial treatise within the eompreben
' king of the Treatv, and was encored by the I lion of everybbdy-eren of . Judge. If tbe majority
. , , . . ! in the House were to luiiow a certain gallaut bena
majority of the representatives and the audi- i ,or, eIamplo. and do. at a fortnight to the study of
ence. Jnst whv anv opposition exists regard- ; Soanet, we know of no beoh with wbiet ibey could to
... , ,, . , . . I profitable begin. The author guts beak U first prin
. tng the treaty would require solution by a ; pM moi eI"pouna, ,h, parpu,e ..f money, and the
mind reader ; for certainly no reason has been t qualifications it most possess to h qaai to the need,
, "i u i . i ot tbe people"; and it ii anon Ibis rudiment of fioau-
, iiuervu nn ei, ncuiii-i una me treaty tseeu . . '... , , . , .
J I eial science that our egutators are moil dangerously
called for by the Assembly. It would seem I ignorant. Tbe author ii not an unreasoning wor-
i to be the pari of wisdom to "know the tenor of 1 Jfe of ld- He rPJl"s j-" !
1 . I fiobioson Crusoe, who regretted, when he found three
j the Treaty before exhausting epithets were i bags full of gold, that lbs bags did not eontsin
I hurled at the Ministry. j needles, or garden seeds, or tobaeoo-pipes instead of
coin ; for be might bare used any ot these artielas
On Monday the stock Bill to make all fisher- i while tbe gold was ut'trlj worthiest.
ies free was" np for consid-ration. The As- i w" ", lwV! S" ap"f r""e'' I.,Und
j however. As additional settlers and differing inter-
. 6Cmbly went into Committee ot the Whole and appeared, men found great dinculty in nukiog
! the Bill was ordered to be reported to the j desirable txehaogw of property. A tailor found him-
, , - , self out of bread, and offered tbe baker a coat in ei
House for engrossment by a very close vote. 1 ch.ng. for io., . but tbe baker had all the cat- be
The vote stood 22 to 22 when the Chairman I needed, to Ibe bangry tailor urted with bis cost to
u a- u -a v- ,a t-ii trv a baker at tbe other end of tbe isltod. On tbe
: Hon. Mr. Naukana cast his vote for the Bill. a maion who -as in sad need of a eo.t
1 The Member for Lahaina, Hon. Mr. Preston, I but be could give no bread for it ; hewoaldeheerfully
imtde an able argument, .gainst the Bill, I SS, TthingNr.o' iun.-.
, for winch lie will probably be called to book i Other men experience.! similar troubles ; so tbey
bv his constituents. The fisheries are s vest- TOtd , c",.ri a medio m of "ebang. ;
I - , , for Ibe length of time required to gather a buodred of
' ed right, recognized as snch for all time p .st, these showed what tbeir relative value was. and pri
) and will probkblv remain so for time to come, I oi wara at oaoa aitabliahed upon the basis of time
. . eoniuaied in production. Everything went on proa-
unless the Members of the Assembly propose perotulj nntil a tew axsorsionisU foand e .wrie sbtlli
i to Tote money enough to buy the rights and " abundance in a distant island. Tha currency then
.... , , inereasad in v.-lums io rapidty that every fcne bad
: snrrender them to the dear people. We are j finlJ J bal MiD.buw pro!j,ruy did BOt .ncr. ..
sorry to have to record the fact that the foreign I lb circulating median did, for price- advanced so
j Member for Honolulu voted for the Bill in 'ilkThJ f. !SSZ ""mrnHLmT"
l'a of cowrvtW. Tha tiaden bad u genmoe uom-
! Committee, bnt tniSt that lie will right himself rxpormkle errej, a blsia( not nahemrd uf in tb
nn thp flfrnntinn nf thp ri-rhnrt whir.h trill rr.m. -Dited Male., but tbcT seetnem to rec aiona, .o -iifr
np to-day (Tueday). As well might a Bill
be passed to allow persons to enter a bakery
purpttj of uvner, loan thev bad io ubtia.ng and re
t.iain; all tbe wbeeibarritv and teata engines that
; !;.- datrisl tu un io cooduetio tbeir baines. aad
lauglatrd when aavbodj taiked of depriring them uf
iha-ir guld nuin-j."
Oo almt ercrr page, nf this amouag book tbe au
thor iodolces io some apparent eitraf a ranee, bat be
it ear to refer to a feat note in which etaetW tha
bitmier of tbe islanders, nverwhicb the reader laarh,
is reflected in a qu-tatinn from sne Cnresman or
other authority apn finance. Ererr experience as
cribed to tbe t.laitden ii one which soma pe : e. at
some time, hare actuallr known. Tbe doingii af p..li- t,
.rr cantiins,, Boards !
objects. Mr Na-t - t:luttrtio" ara au argumenta
tive, and mo-t of tbem are conrincini-. ffe hare no
dubt that tbe book will, besides promking a great
dea! of laughter, do more aetaal c-Md in tbe caae of
financial reform than an hundred able pamphlets
filled witb abstract realoning.
Tbe fact la, that anv financial scheme based npoo
anjtbingelA than gold and ' er, will prove dias"
troos in the end and occasion loss to the public that
pots it trust in it.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
1
Wafts t BBkMV.
'rfSBB. t. at Hae)aaaafta' ra
tts of th nrat Bkw!iksaaaai tas sta-w aHBBasaaaT
karrj aa4 at) TTfi
rt !-! K. a,t in!
ST?? it . rai AHt.
wl Vaaaaaawtoa - , - L
- . sac Al
Marshal's Sai.
vwiatarlllal 'iin a BBlllflaiV a
rd r.wrvrt. i
iail nnssap .
Bl -4 IJia am.
SPECIAL NOTICE
The rnrlertiflrned, iluly Sworn before t
Jostlcp of Sopr-ine Coort. and harirwr two superior Berlin
tnstramenta Ls preparefl to ctakr AnalyaU of Sugar by
Polarization. Harfnc -wisUnJ Col. Z- K Spalding amai vr-ar
tn polarixe his puivhases of refinery sugan. he Is confident
of giving correct resnlta.
Honolalu. March list. 1176.
WM. ft,
r&wiK.
NOTICE !
A i.i. pm.sn iivin;( t rri.i;i- in)i;sr.s
UraAtnfr on the land, known aa
HONOCLirLI,
WAIAXAE I'CA,
POCUALA CKA,
are requested to remove tne nine
tvttbin Ten naja
frnm this data. All foand after mat time will be eon.
stdered aa Ti I BJSnSaSi and will be dealt with aa aucn.
A 1.1. PCRMVfl are forbid going on aoM Ijin.la after
the
30th Day of April, 1876.
unleas with written permission from m.
J. I. DOWSETT,
For hlaxaelf. and at Trustee of Thomas, fU-uar-1. and Ktlxa
Meek, and Sir. and klrs. IL U. Crabb.
flonoTutn. April 191b, 117a SJ it
FULL BLOOD MERINO BUCKS FOR SALE
S
2IIEF.P BKKDDKRS DISIKOIS OF IW-
PKi iVIVfi Btasfr a'ork will do -rrU to In-pt th- lot of
pure brrd MERINO BCOKfl Joat Import sti from the cele
h rated sheep ranch of Severance and Peete, AlamHia.
rlilrirnta, and now on view at the Hawaiian Hotel prem
ises, at? Im
NOTICE.
and take all the bread thi-y want; or s cloth
ier's sod fit themselves to a suit of clothes.
Fisheries, bakery and store are alike recog
nized as property and must all be held alike
sacred to owners. Tho opposition lost their
opportunity, happily, in this matter for want of
oa that aeeount. At last ' Ike babble bunt. Stoek
companies all failed. Trade became uuarljr stagnant.
Tbe man wbon Robinson Craiue bad made searstar
of tot ill an treasury thought be coals help matter
b issuing a few more cowries, but it an no use.
Some Terr wise parsons were certain that everything
would bt all right again if people would only bare
eontdenee ; but ai loag ti the people who worka.1 and
eared vers uncertain what Ibey were u Tsoaira for
tu products of tbeir labor something or nothing
confidence did. 't return."
While wonderiag what new sabitanot to use si ear.
rSIItF Flltn OF WII.DF.R A '.. TK
B. day diaanlred by mumal ronsnt- The business will
h contlnned br S- O. Wililer, uiwtsr tb Arm nam of
Wilder & Co.. who will settle all tbebnilaeai of taeoblnrm.
asauuiliig all liabilities
Honolulu. March Slat. BBS, MT Im
California Red Brick.
A FEW THOI'SttD OF SOOO QI tl.lTV,
received tbja day per Mary Belle Koberta, and for
sale by BOLUES S CO.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
C . I. IFOR VI t MTI.TER SKIV OMOVN.
CALIPDRNIA PllTArOEH.
Received per Murray, and for sale by
171 BOUX8 at CO.
i:. O. HALL V M.
HTF0STXB8 AND DEALERS IH HARDWARE
Dry Ooods, Palata, Oils and Setters! Hsrekaadnw,
MS-ly Corner Part and Hag 1st.
Is. Sw7-a3LY,
CARPENTER AND JOINER
ara, Worst Done Prampl ! .-(
Shop on Port SL. BAplanada. SBJ nulla Hoyper'a Barret
Factory. a7t lr
Postage Stamps.
W4TTEB TO Bly tJID F.VI'II VtlE U
kinds of r. reajo stamp. The highest cash or
eichante prtc pakl for Sandwich and FIJI island atampa.
sheers ol vtampa sent on approval.
Addremsa SKa E. WASIIBUBJS.
SST p. o. Ban SS, Sam Francaaco. rat
Tongned A Grooved . Surfaced,
Planks. Battens, Pickets !
U n. a 4, lsi, and lzC, for
Fencing!
Laths, &c.
REDWOOD
Scaatling, Boardi. Plank,
Batteni li3, 1st, I-2x.1, and 1-2x3
Picket.. Rough and Fancy,
Surfaced Boards aad Plank, 7-8 to 2 in.
CLAPBOARDS, LATTICE,
Tongaed and : - i
RUSTIC SIDING.
TIMBER FOR SHIP USE
2x12 to MbM
Clear Nor'Wesf. for Planter's Use
EASTERN WHITE PIHE,
California and Eastern Doors, all sizes
SASH, all litai BLIN'D, all :
WHITE LEAD and ZINC I
PAIVT Oil. a HH 4 LI. PAIM UK AP,
Patty and Varniah,
Olan, 5o. 2x2 and 2.
Wall Paper and Border
VERY LOW!
Brown Cotton.
It -n and Tinned Tacki,
Paint aad Whitewaik Cniabtt,
METALLIC AND FIRE-PROOF PAINT
For Plantation or any Othtr Urt,
Loeki,
Balti tod Hinges,
Bolts. Screws,
Hooks and Eyas, tt.
Salt in Quantities to Suit:
lb rtw-nin .ad not niiul: ..." n T""' I- "
m. roea tin .bad- tr.a ar ptai.tdu ta aaaBr. ai
.IiocHhcr. thta ofTrra an opjv.rtnnltr fr tarrataaal a
oftn aiven. a
t .!. .,.! jo.lcm.nt. btrreat and rxaahA, aad a. a
od .,mnilma h pr-Vn-.iv
The trma of eat are cask, and
I lir la a mm nraan,
of wblrb will be an.,wd to
Honotiiln, April IS, lr;a.
at einnse par
on tb. al... weanoaea. awn
Da la
sr. r. pabke. -- --in-tse
it
To Let.
THE I'ltniMS
plctl by W. 0. ,lxmn&
ns- iJn ronbun Thr-fts
aitii hasia Tr,
The Hooaf-I
tunr. ami iu
Wtall of rXm-tlta-
irf4iD fur trik
rornmrkxia -the
pri-m:,
6 Im
;tl
innttrr, uar i'-ifi
or- Acrea. MirA wl mm I
lar l.i wu uca-d wlta
.n t. r ;,,t or l . I
In. Iodine Ir.f
aawd ntaar. Tkwr. a.
ar tb hoana. awd a raawaknt
IS Iii also a i arraor Hwaa. a
. D. At.KX l.tliKK
S DCH.U.
TW4T
For Sale.
I II.I IDLE v i
' "."-'nk 1l rrTMilaat
' ' "1.IU.UIB, Bl
aultabt. tot a ataara
U-HA1
v..iu-.r
w. mm mm uaa.
rsaaknji n raw
m.M waai twatt
rm and li.u
It T. O'llaUiBaw
Real Estate for Sale.
aa two i .trriuoii, BXfAitt mm 4
V.m wowaw pari us SiWa. wlsk Bass I
. and mull .-torr on Lb j
Knoiiiv t
r. a. BtR-rnw
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
A
OS : 4Hw ikLX TUWi
' r... j raAXOA
na
rox-aal '""flint
Tor p :rtlTilari apply to
j JAMB.
To Rent.
flkE fklWr aniar aaw aa
mAw Hrava . - . . .
Banj .wavaai w
asna. an AartVaa Mansa laanaawki
apply u. -saa an
To Let
riln at vraT DtaifB.tBi.ic
l-ri ainaa, ISO 3.1
lora, ointi
' :..it,. .
DWELXJJtD a
raasMaanwa --1 f,mujrii
a. asea ian iwaaa ssaws aaasa.
A Of 10.
AL.a tb
r; .1,1.. -kltrh-n. kaaki
Wusic Lessons.
B. rAii bHLr
lerm.. f.,r ,
'SSwInaa, CBU mt ia naa -r -
! SU law
OREGON LIME.
AW ir Kf l. RECEIVED PER F.ll
' Irinur?' uts day, asd In perfect order. For saw by
fay II, IITS. BOLLER A 0O.
Administrator's Sale.
pm- CAPITAL CHANCE FOR TSVk.tTJIEST
Tern simple Frssiity Rer Sal.
Well rented for 7 yrara In an Improrlnt Srtaartna.
BT a iu r i t. f aji order inter I
WIB sU an RATUBDAT. MAY Itth. 17 . at II
o'clock noon, on the premises, tome premises attaated an
the comer of Union and lluul streetA
The land Mala tVontac af U fet oa Hotel atreaL aad
SSS-ufi tan Unton street, aad n llaiii to Janoarv lat.
ISM. at a yearly rental of On RaiKlred Do thus pr an
nom, payable In adrance. to a total fnanl. Attnsejpl
ratlon of -All lews th owltdlnas. which consau or a Cot
la, stable. Oat kiaaaia. Ac., whl rrrprt as raw on an mt
tb land.
Til title La niiqneat.'onM tnd n!Kl:i1VTiAb!a. the rttca.
tion dealraMe, and If a total caancr offered for a ds-
akaakte toe ihlaia ia one.
BB of
No IK7.
i
of raarrbaser. TlnW. K. p..
L. WrtaTOX, Adaarelrfrator.
To Let.
a Tint DWaLUSw MfN LITCLTST.
rrpiKD br ta i aka ifln ira ill tkarwaaaaa
S, -J?" ! a Seat faa-ar. ant mm
with all :ha rowaal.iMat.awaeanikawanA
rnsssn t
For Rent.
by Mr. S. M. larur.
Wale aad Paaik.i.ltaa.
a-lb ss,aa,
Dosirablo Houaa Lots for
4 "'sAttT8Ba.BABA
''rVtrraaiwIaAii" kaSsssSwkaaSaSaaaany
.-liaair-of ' iSb' Sb ' aT
For Sale or For Laaaa
A SfAMBAka
I ly locaid, wita
. mi vary
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