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Mar 4U. la the wtle of Mr. I haa. L. HufAtti.
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Kdu.t Wamnrr la Oak land, attbr reaideore of J. Frant
Miller. April 3U. bj Era. Mr. Aiertv. L C KHXT, of Sao
I .-ajerrarc a4 Hnzn D. l'ET!in. of Honoleto.
4m al arTa tier aawa- daxpatch.
a,- a? ,.-; etiaa fa-aaar
i Sr Frmnriarv- '
aaal left paaat j
a aacar. 4C tan" uT j
gar alaa Wi a aaryr '
castn aa a aS.ing ,
r C a f Sr. Tar antral f: M --rt-eo
(n. aaaae BUT M " rarra. .aal Sart tew faaav
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nar-ai bam Tan tor see! a sorter
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RtlU OF Till: at I l k.
HP"" Part of the Legislative report will be lonnd
on the first rmjrr.
Brk Varv Bel k-Robert leant Sin Frtncrsoo
doc berr the 25th.
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saetaiai si. mmtamM canal
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Tl IT - 111 " - a cirri-
afcaaxar eLNtaaar. -t rapaar, Ciiewra.
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ajra ioar wji 'ia-ae arrroalarairrday ffrraji Se-a Writ a-d
To-Dat -Mar 10, at 12 o'clock, the CenteoLia! ,
Exposition opens at Philadelphia.
iy The mail sterner Auslr.ilia from Sydnev will j
. irrire her two week fmm to-.1T Mv 24.
British war stearnerFantonir, from Panama,
eee and I. S. tfuamcrTrscarora, from Samoa, are about
Z3f The brie Morning Star w ill sail for Microne- '
TW ( si. Junr 29 or SO a ill wait lor the arrival of the
anal ra tie rwaaV. far will eare her
, aaat awil far the .Arctl , oa
H. Sua. Lr. aailed far Tahiti
aaa ties Earau.s a a jm awaiting a
a aal from Saa Traanaeof r tbia
te l. U.DiTir,aa
Hf" Brie Ml M. Arerr (bjrmcrly the bri; Bos
ton) if due from Sin Franciaco. She sailed tea days
ahead of the rleawcr.
J." Bark Curt, under charter to l.tad ralnn, in
aNiut ten dorr MM from San Francisco. lue In all
next week, with dt- to April 30.
ara raM eair. ajaa aoa aory raadir baea adtwtlrd
aaiM llirar"blai bloc ar hare iaXrd f.
, L Maat. TV Uya w--mwr from r.vdarT left
i laf abaarcaaaa,aaiaa aalll al arorr taarw m
. af Mat aVaalMlia.aaiiair j HWral r
aataBraaaart. TV-aaiaaabya aiaraiaajarr aa a caaurtar, M
P-aar aaaaawaVaaai aajor i n. anrj iaiu nrr
4aara lr. a lanaatk. H aaiaa ginliw Mil WiaiHl .
ajaaaaC aa tb- eaiaaiaa aaaabiri i i a i aa r aaat bwaoawi 4 laara
ai laiiilii gvi- ffarta-roTr aonarUaa. aaxaaii tbr f.rmirr
I f- m, aa mm anawl ta a, wan aim m tar aatler are ta :
I, ii 1l In aa lainaaa half nil aj tot I tlian
aamcaaaaV ar Aaatraflaa-
L. mfimt w mmm-m eaaaaaVraaoa aau aaai la thr otii;
we toTawJaaw ara. i haai I a t. yaaa. aaa tbal tar qaalu la
,i . - . MM .ii ifi nbaaaa la aaaac iait imia ft i a i n i ver
Tire Lerialatire Aaaembly eealerdar voted to
nnuincnce ila diily feeioD at 1 p M. How about
the tree lUDCbce? are (liey to be abmdoned?
IT ScU. Jenny repiu-te that a French bark name
not Riven arrived at K alakeikna BjV lat week for
tbc purpoae of c-aulklng. She was from Callao,
boond to China.
SESSION OF 1876.
Sktctd Dat. Satard&r, MtT 6.
Awmblr net ml 10 a. x- pammnt t. ijourr.iccct.
President in the cfcmir. P rarer bj the chaplain.
Mtout of the previous daj read and approred.
PETITIONS 1UD AND KKF KKCD.
Hon. Mr. Abwlo, fr -m J,hama, prarinr that the
office of I oipect or-General of school be abolished,
and that the gorernora perform the dntres of that of
fice. Hon. Mr. Aholo from Lahaina. praying that labor
err under contract be allowe J tu have huliiart on na.
tional h .liJajs.
Hon Mr. Mahoe, from Ililo, prajing that the Ite
fjrmaiorv echoi.l be aUoIitsbed.
l!on. Mr. Birch from Wailukn, praying that school
teacher?' pay be raised tu one dollar a day.
lion. Mr. frm N. K-na. praying that the
liecipr.rcity treaty be laid bef.-re the lloure.
Hon. Mr. Pi ipo. from the leper at Kulawao, pray
ing that tbusc lexers v. . are ..!- : - sapport them
reive?, be permitted tk return to their boated.
lloo. Mr. Kalaukoa. from Kahalcaaku, an old
judge, praying that the sum of Si'O be appropriated
ft bim. a be is getting t!inJ.
Pre-idont stated that the resolution for the cxpec
se of the Assembly for W6 had been ecgrusscd and
was waiting fr the approe .1 of His .Kjr?iy. Oa uio
tion, a special ccminiiiee was appointed to ennrey tbe
res 'lotion f ir Hi? Majesty's signature, consisting of
Messrs. W- P- LeleiuhoVu, L. Aholo. J, Kahrila,
and A. P. Kalaukoa.
Hon. Mr. N'uWabl presented a isolation to the ef
fect, that tbe Board of E4 cati in be aske l to iuform
this Hunse why tbey sent tbe Inspector General of territ ry. To annex -best ccactriet w-th their
schools to foreign lands, to tbe neglect of bis duties ! strangely mixed population w.uld be injurious and
here. dea riiitinc to our own people. To permit thrm to
Hon. Mr. Abclo presente 1 a resolution that the fr,!! under tlie sway f any European p wer would be
messenger of the House be rail twu djlUrs a day. 1 fatal to our c imtoerctal interests. Tbe Hawaiian 11-
Thc Hawaiian Treaty.
On Tuesday last tbc S. F. Chamber of Com merce
j unanimously adopted the following resolutions :
:rr,irri. That tbe Chamber of Ceafmerce respeet-
J fully request and urge tbe entire delegation to Con
' press from this coast to use their influence in procor
1 ing the prompt passage of the bf!) before the Honae of
! Representatives to carry said treaty u: : effect.
aifeaerreaf. That the President and Secretary of the
; Chamber telegraph the above resolution to Washing
The importance of seenring the ratification of tbc
! treaty docs not consist wholly in the commercial aJ
, Tantge. so far as tbe trade of the islands is aaa
j ccrncd, which we may reap from iU The geographi
cal position of tbe Hawaiian group makes it the aer
of the ocean Irom an Francisco la Asia and the Aus
tralian Colonies : and tbe p.sesi.n t those UlaAdi
by any foreign power would be great calamity to
American commercial interest.
.Mr. Garfield, in advocating the ratification of tbe
treaty before tbe House Committee f the Whole, took
care tu ftate that he favored the measure upon other
grounds than those which contemplated securing the
possession of the islands in tbe sense of annexing
them. His language :
I disclaim any purpose or suggestion of annexa
tion f those islands as any part oi toy reason for sup
porting the treaty. On tbe contrary, one oftberea
sons why I BsVev the treaty is that it will be a satis
factory substitute f ir all probable schemes f anncxa
ation that may come if this fails. It il t best so
lution of tbe question.
While there are many excellent reasons against
tbe policy of annexation either of the Sandwich si
ands, or of Cnha or the otheY West India Islands, or
of Mexico, it is clearly our policy to prevent anv Eu
r inn power from obtaining possession of any of this
Ox Bows, Ox Bows, Iron Ox Bows,
S2 SO per T'a.lx' !
By E. P. ADAMS-
REGULAR CASH SALE!
OXE PUR WII.I
I.VC th- Boaraaaa
rk pan be awn at
I.4ST TEARS RY I
HitloO prr cviL ta ma1e orrr
Br C. 8. BAKTOV..
J T. CHATTER S. Kaplnnnrlr.
sw m Xrxt eanom Hoasa.
Superior Oregon Sugar Cured Hams !
OH" WEDNESDAY, - - - MAY 10,
t 10.VI.rk A. 31., will a
ON THURSDAY, - - - MAY 11,
At balf-pavM A. Tf ., at Snlra Room.
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING A Varied Assortment of ienMter
Extra Corned Beef!
(In 1001b. Packairra),
Rrwlvro lnntTrlpor J. A. r.lklabara;. Marl
FOli SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
Fire. On the lOlti nt April, a boaso at Puna, Ha
waii. belnriiig to a Cbinamat. named Aho. was tit
stny-d ly fire, with all its contents'. The fire was
rautrd by a child playing nilb ma tehee.
t-?f Wc ere infomntl that tbe English bark Co-
lotstfo, Hvuer, toactrr, wa 1o leave HongkoTitr !
April 4i h. for Honolulu mild 180 pasentrer. and n
.-nrgo of asaortcd Cbioa mercbmd .e cut s goed to
Mu&arfe. Cuulan &. Co.
W I. in-' iiMM.
otrir.. C aawaaii rrli
Mltttswr, aa eaataaaesartaeea, i
.z: awal I - . . wm : .-t ri-.
Captain John C-verly late or the 8. S. Gra
nada, has been recently pot in command of the float
inj palace City oi MtM York, one of the finst
sti-amt rs which ever entered our port. The promo
itun i well merited.
aaat eaaawatiavf tbe laeaVec
aa? al ,
1JT. as iet? fat teft. fast, Ha law oft n si I -....
. . i" i : !..: and Ui.s aavuui
miiin Tii' T-snairi i Tsnn CmnrmiiT
i:Oatf aett e York ve tbs tt4 t jmu
! wa"w tw-i C fbe nc tnr. and will
int lit -l" .am.n - (all. '
i iiiiniiisi k eaeadirt. tbe Snatb
inafMu Bj- ear eaaa tTiDwi m TV eHiwirr
o arf bfatna Coed .ot la LtvLe ttieir Joe
Did kot saT Ac Re voir. One ! :be pcntleman
wb has been tMcrteat to the public ppit;.tc at tbe
" Fountain ReMauraut,1 I?ft f.ir a little plea art tX
caraton yesterday on the D. C. Murray, leading cumc
of bis trcMing fticcds snort.
; ai. i- lie tuidwuy between the Pacific State and Asia
at such a distnnce !: .n each as to make tbeui tbe
natural half-way honse betweeirtbe Old World and tbe
New for slopping to recruit and prcure fresh supplies
Our trade with China and Japan i- increaKina; every
year, and it is of vital importance to the permanent
security of this trade that we should bare jul the
kind of influence at the Hawaiian group which this
treaty wilt secure to as.
There is another most important consideration
which should not be lost sight of. If tbe United
States shall fait to ratify this treaty, some other alli
ance will bo $uught by King Kalakaua. and rre, aftr-r
rejecting his overture, cannot consistently caise any
objeeti n to sncb a e urie. It is well known that
Great Britain stands ready to miVe satisfactory ar
rangemcntc with the Hawaiian Government in case
we shall be so unui-c a to rrjeet the treaty. She
fully appreciates, if we do not. the immense advanta
ges of possessing a secore and c immodhus naval sta
tion at that halfway honse of tbe Pacific. Such a
I s-e--;nn wooid seal ber fupremacy in those water."
and complete the va-t chain of her dei-endencies from
Australia to Vancoa-'er Island. .V. F. Chronirlt, An.
,rwSleati ftmlw. ill ll iiibi It heviJent.
eaaa StW teas aaaws arm mt ae aaiaatitwi i far mmy
pstaena.aw ae mtmm 1tt i- n . in ibear-
The fare frxim New York to Philadelphia
during the Centennial will be one dollar, and many
persons will reside in New York and go to Phila
delphia datlr, returning in the evening, as there will
not be hotel accommodati'ms enough in Philadel
phia. Thi news :11 afford consolation to ti.
who have feared they could not find accommoda
tion sear tbe great exhibition.
U-. 7 .: v A;. Wm Lfeel nl V U-
- : r . uvt ni-i Le i
Tt ban SJaSe
RfDfl tbfcr C-
9sB.ee- pr ww
a v.ntlfhfsl fa a
i: i- that it mat Dot
we wntti-r-Uavd th--.i
niai ri.rtMi- to
MUtlUie -A." .
Soxewhat YaLt'ABLE. The sum of US dollars
in gold Tcoin was paid in Ibis ct'y l ist week hy a
stranger, for one Hawaiian stamp of the dfnomina
lion of jpt cents. It war? a nameral. one f taW firf-1
ifUe o oui pst iffice department in 1S51 or 2
during tbe lucumencv oi the editor of this paper,
and, as mar be Inferred, is extremely rare.
The Yolcaxo. Litters from Ililo, ptate that
Kilaueaiias become very active, Tbe "old south
lake" was at latest date greatly excited, perhaps
concerning the Legislature. Tbe entire lake, one
third of a mile in extent, was filled with ti,n n
lava, and bolM up fuiiou'ly. But just as thic
happened, the KUanea's ' steam drnmb' gave out,
and the carious must wait awhile.
ra k. i or Hovn.t i i .
mm? a-e 9f lltv C m Tw, Gavwrtv, f tUys, 4 boura,
twee- V -tt MemIL Craar, feewi I aun.
aVtwr aTneaali . Ciawaeat. freai Ketea ewe Watniea.
Mi- I. Keal.erai. ttxm Muaai.
aVSar asms L kaU-n. f aw K.wtUwiU.
taaiaSjBWr I Mvu li' "i- ie frtn SiaLuM:-.
nree aiiesi Tilin i tr-aw .Vaaltiw.it.
J Rail. f-aa M.a.ikai.
ajssar KtlfW-v Harruit. from indwarrl port.
C wi M a aaawmlt. Kir. O iUv from Newcastle.
eaear laaew genu, aiaataex, (nw Mi.
ckrVnw wlifaaaa. frjaa wema and Kae.
- V - - .-ht . 1. -n- Hi.,..
eXaWKiaeaa. ifcia.li. trsea Hasratw.
-aVaar Xr eav. Laaaasert, fsr KoUa avei WaJaaea.
lr Of the choice sheep imported by Messrs.
R-rerarce & Peet. Mr. J. L. P chardson purchased
several. Two of these have been shorn, and the
fleece of one yielded 3Jfts. and of the other, SSlb.
At 23 cts. a pound, thiia profitable wool growing.
Mr. flerber intortns us that he bus tWeaVe lett of
thifr fine band, which gmziers will do well o secure
at once. V"ith care, the qulitv of Hawaii in wools
can soon be improved, so as to make them sought
A Goon Apphintment 3y a notice under the
official beading it well be seen that our respected
fellow-townsman, Jason Perry Eq. has been ap
pointed Portugese Consul lor this port. The num
ber of Portugese in tbe country 1 n ready quite large,
and It la highly appropriate that they should have a
p-preiMTtative of their government near at hand. The
s MCI ion w ill meet with general approval. Mr.
P-rrv is a resident of many years standing on these
islands, and tie has by hi thrift am! it.dn&try amassed
qnite a fortune, as Well as secured the esiectn of
I I .anci.r.
rl. In I
II II . aiaraalau. Bar. C.
C t !. . aaaa.. i raar. I
flat av V rakag aaaa. OaaDart
aVaa aa. aarr.. kar4. li,m f Victoria.
Haara-o.1 Wrl. kali. Mian, l.auliur.
m art. -aaar Saa. IBaaaaaaa. ruin n
aVft i.1 ' 4. 1 r M ".tii I antar-
eearaw VseraO. ftse. oti.iac
Hwi Ii-c Oawsett.
6. S. Comma. This unfortunate ttoat, we arc in
, tormed. has been ordered by telgraph to return as
speedily as possible, nnd she was to leave Duurdin !
as soon ae the r pairs on her propeller were com
pleted ; probably on the 25th of April. She may be
' expected here in all next week, as it ie improbable
! that she will pass without touching, and will take
; freight nnd tasengen.. By the latest advices from
S'-w Zealand, (April 12, we learn she hud g me Into
dock at Donetlin. How long she would retMla is
not certain. Shu had a spare propeller on board.
Hon. Mr. Lilikalani. read fr the first time, a bill
to repeal section 480 of tbe Civil Cdc relating to the
pott tax. Passed to its second reading.
Hon. Mr. Lilikalani, read far tbe first time, a bill
to regulate the working hours of tbe laborers to nine
hours Pa sed to its secnd reading.
Hon. M-. Lilikalani. read for tbc first time, a bill
to make U fishing grounds free. Passed to it& sec
Hon Mr. Lilikalani. read for the first time a bill o
repeal the law approved July IS. 1870. relating to the
claims of estates uf deceased persons. Paased to its
Hon. Mr. Nawahi presented a resoluliuo that tbe
Ministers have no right to vote on any question b?
fure the House. Lost.
Hon Mr Kauai, presented a res jI at ion that the
eergeant-at-arms be requested to remove inks, pens,
an 1 stationery supplied to tbe members of .his house.
Hon. Mr. Mah'-e, presented a resolution that the
Interpreter of the House be pail five d .ilar? a day.
Hon S. K Kaai moved to amend to ten dollars per
daj, carried. Resolution as amended, passed.
Hon. Mr. Pilii gate notice of a t ill to amend article-
4, SO and 45 et the Constitution.
Eighth Pat. M- nday. May S.
Assembly met at 10 a. m. pursuant to adjournment.
President in chair. Prayer by chaplain. Miftutes oi
Saturday read and approved.
PETITIoJSS BEAD AKD REFFRRFP
Hon. Mr. Ah'o. from Lahaina. praying that tbe
taa on horse be reiuced Ie 60 ce.ita.
Hon. Mr. Xarabi, fr-m Puna, praying that the
tax on horses be reduce ! to 50 cents.
Hon. Mr. Aiwohi. from Kohala. praying that the
tax on horses ander to years be repeated ; to repeal
the tag tax on dogs ; to repeal the taw to mitigate ;
that one of the clereymen ennected with the Assem
bly perform the doties of chaplain, that the loan act
be repealed ; approve the treaty ; that tbe du'-ies on
foreign goudf be continued . to allow no more immi
gration. reports or committee.
The chairman of tbe Judiciary Committee on the legislative aerohly, even with the King to h.ick
petition to set aside the election of the member from them, can waive llierr cunstitutiotial rights, ur utter j
Ewft and Waianae. reported, recommending that tbe ! of sased any article of the constitution In any 1
gemlcinan retain bis seat. Adopted. j other ra niner thao that pnivided by itself. If it ,
Tbe chairman f the Judiciary Committee on peti- could be so. of what use U the cor.ntitution ! Why
tion from Molokai and Lauai. to set aside tbe elee- I "g rajkL' Uw 6U,lL'd " lbe exigencies of the times j
nimnui ui i it a, livii ii vi u "i iiniiiiiii km nun n
stifutlon to check us in tbe enactment of any Uw ?
Why have a constitution at all it we could get on so 1
well without it but. as (perhape you may say un !
I fortunately) we arc lurnthed with such n funda-
mental law to guide Us. We mi)' not lawfully sua--
pei ,i i op-rali ai any or evei i m iroent we m iy
j desire to do so, nor may we expltin away its mean- J
1 ing and provisions. It "is not like an article of cloth- 1
itig to be put on, thrown off, or changed at pleasure.
I Itis not u men matter of form to bu di&pcuiH-d with
whenever we find it interferes w ith our wtsaea. Il
j is the law fit all other to be religiously observed by I
J all classes, from the throne to the meanest cabin In
the Kingdom. So much ol th- 29 h aiticle of the
constitution as rslatca to the matter in question reads i
: ns follojrs: TreaTies involving changes in the i
- tariff, or in any law of the kingdom, shall he refer- j
I red for approval to Hie Legislative A-sembly.' This
j article not having been eomplied with. Unit l.iw I
, pissed at the session of 1874 entitled ' An act to fa
cilitate the negotiation of a treaty or treaties of reci-
; procity is clearly UDCoiiatitutional, and conse
quently of no eff-et.
Farther, should MiniMers. asthevhave given ns
J to understand in the speech from the throne, cause
this treaty to be proclaimed as In force, without re
ferring it for tU' approval oi the Legislative Assem-
. bly, wliat eo'iclusiou eu'd te arrived at, othtrr than
that they would commit a criminal and revolution
ary act, although a fit sequel to the studied and gratuitous-
insult off-red by the Minister of Foreign
R- lalions some few weeks ago to men In every res
pect his equals. Hokolulu.
IVntM.Rn F.IVI, BY FIRST TEMKCI. AN
IXVulVKof the" unrivalled Dtcttooaiies of the New
Edition of IS7C TUey wlii (xmprlac
in heep. I.ISrary. Hatf-Oalf, and Turkey Morroeco bind
ings, plan), red and aril t edges.
in Shrer Blndlnr.
TTlaTh Schor.l, rvmmon Srhnol. Prlmarr an1 PcrlcM PMI
UiDi all UlusirattKl. art'1 for Natr at Xaw York price.
Orders will rwrrr prompt attrntion. c
n. W. WHITNEY,
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Fine Print.. Mn.!in. I.in.n Drilla.
Bream Cottnni, Whirn CAImi, Merino,
Viet'iria Lawn. Silk Hao'iRerehief,
Tl.rotnrd Linen Handkerchiefs,
Uarrard Shirts, Pane. Flannel Orershtrti.
W ool Shawls!
Tnrkiih Towela for Bathinf,
Blanket. TTbite Shirti. Am-nltear Benirnf,
Amokear Strip., Cotton Drill. Brilliant,
Fin Twee 1 S.it. Red Qailt.
Merino and Cotton Underahirtl,
Felt and Straw Hatl, Ladlea' Ho.,
Mtn's Sock.a, Bridles and Bin,
Tr.ive Bap. Etc., Etc., Eto.
Bet Brands Kemiene. Card Matche.
Yea.r Powdor, Sardines. V7rrpinr Paper,
S-.-U t'raokara, Cloibe, Pins. Mams,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
ClearsFine Tea. Oyster,
Axe Handle. Salt, Wah Bine. Pain Killer,
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
r P. aniSfSl. Anrt'r.
Lot oT JFxxrxxl turo,
Tahlea, Brdstrada. Rrnrhea. hlar (-Karra,
spanlah raindlr. yiinrar'a ,. Maraanra. I.
rTeaerverl I ;tr.r. t arpers. tww. naafar.
Frrah Bmirr. .!.
Manienie Hay. Muila Cigxn.
LOT OF LUMBER , DCOtV, 4c.
c s. bui arrow. AaaaaaWa
H. HftCKFELD A CO.
F O n. SALE
Per Hawaiian 1 Bark Ka lof !
M. RXKFMAN!. at ASTER.
Just Arrived from Bremen.
NEW GOODS c BREWER eV CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
By LATE ARRIVALS FROM BOSTON !
The Following Assortment of
aTxxsst Xtocoived 1:3 jr
E. O. HALL& SON.
INK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WDIT-
ORorND PRINTS. MCSLIN5.
.TE1." nm Vn. - end S,
fra 1 Pip -, Shot. Oatt Siet?l,
IVrrus'ited Iron Rooting, Sheela 8 fpet loif .
To ths Editor or tlie Hawaiian Gazette :Str.
lu rur editorial remarks on thr sntjcct of tiic reci
procity treaty, wblcb lor tbc last two or three years
ha? pretty Well exercised tbc minds of tbe cmrou
nity, pardon rue if I aay yon eecm to confonnd those
who object in a reciprocity treaty with others who
arc Dpfaatefl to tbe method by which the ireaty now
ut'der discussi'JD has been sought to be iiupocd
upon tbe country.
How can people be opposed to this trcMy when
they know ajotMnaf at allanmt it, it bcirnj still a
sealed book In ihr bands of ministers ? Many people,
the writer atnonc the number, would not object
to a m -ftarc citndacire to tbc general pmsperiiy,
but they migtii with c(Td reawni be opposed to tbe
uiiconiitoiiotial ramus that bave been employed by
Ministers- to cany this treaty iuto effect.
I cuinot agree with you when viu say that the
tion of Mr. D. . kaiue, reported, rec imaienaing
that the centleman retain h seat. Adoptet.
Tbe chairman uf the Ja liciary Committee n peti
tion from VVaitaka. to set aride Mr. L. fc . P. Kanea
ii br not having the property qualification, reported,
re?omtneodia that the gentleman main hia IMat
Tbc chairman of the Enrllment Committee iepor
ted that tbe Kin? was to Mgu the bill on the
expenses of thi? Assemble.
Hon. J. M. Smith. Vicc-Preident of the Board of
Education, stated that tbc rep nt of the Hoard is
ready. On m -tion it was orderei t be printed.
Hon. H. Kuihelani read f jr tbe first time a bill per
miitinf parties c mncted for le- t .an three mouths,
to work at their places of e'nrictiun.
Ilnn. B. K. Kaai presnteJ a resolution ibit no
member s bat' draw any pay while tb pre are petitions
before the Assembly ajcaiust tbeir sitting. Paired.
lion. S. K. Kaai gave notice of a biil to amend
chapter 58 of the Penal C-nle. in regard to the spread
of disease among sheep.
Hon. Mr. Birch irare notice of a bill to amend see
(ion M7'of tbe Civil Code, relating to duties on im
Hon. Mr. KaneaJii read for the :: time a bill to
atnond section 1417 of the Civil Code. P-sed to its
Hon. W. S. Martin read for the 6rt time a bill to
amend eeetinn 1. chapter 41. Penal Code, relating to
the selling of Rajsef to natives. Passed to its second
art rtf Sa't Va;iT. SUr. MMtrs l-n NrTate.
tttBS a t wm4 aeul (W 13. eowipelltup os to pi
V V- 7aioo. U umlee tbe Hwrt oa th- 1ML
Fir. Vv Vfrs im4 itb tbick wmthet and heavi
C aeav sjimcs. eatAiwd tU tbe 2 ib Kaprrtenevd a
s 9t. U bl C: 5. toDK IH9 - W. tint in
l tra-wfi Kpet eat. ISaa- Vaaasaeai i4nd an tbe I7ib
hi lashabl. bt KX E artmls a ii I Mat 4th. when are ;
U .atari Ctoa-aeat IW line in 147 e W. Kapenenc-d
m tmm Uie f-aj; up. i'imu in i.rt
; . UN tp.k- T . rni!. m.-t-r -Saii.-d
Prof, N. F. Zabi, the author of a new ay
tern of Unirersal BietOty and Chronolojiy, arrived
on tbc last steamer. Prof. Zaba Is an Austtian
gentleman, of high literary standing, who has visit
ed nearly every country, riis system has been in
troduced It many of the educational inMitn.inna In
Europe, the United States, Brazil. Ac. Be pr--Haa
to deliver a free lectnre on his new system at
the Lyceum, which will take place on Monday
evening. All Interested in education are invited.
Among t!ic through paaficngcra by tbe same
a.eamer ws Sir D miel Cooper, Colonial Agent in
London for the New Zealand government. He was
on his wav back to N. Z. after several years resi
dence in England.
V Ml r4 M Octtaber.
a -er lth and left th
Kir r &a Tlatt mw
t viadwsrd W a..
ttsfw iiassaeTOape mlm.
ttdrbM-f e kita TT
at Im. dhUi. lie Havre
tv m taw I aaaarr ta4. Hr M.Linf H bM mmi tfav ff U
i - h 1 ; des Ltarht lb pastavce uc t
l-nd. Aioijrrtl-t ifeeM i April and aaited tbe
Umv 4th -
4B. X d. ST - -. v. CB f
UAatwM. losNwra hrea
rear 1 4 --new. t i awwf b
f imc I' - aes aaaaeet
0 pi., i--.it- and abiaa. 1
ie. IZ do aiteriala, I case
! do cotierv, I psr cWUm. 6 es
' r tt.j rl tiling. I d r pper
draca. 1 do furnita-e. 1 04 do
3 pka prlir, 3 do frtam.
, 73 p-t Dde. 25 do mnatla
an. 1 organ. 1 pkg playina: cards,
aidiir c d. 2 kpi statioiierv,
Uafaavoro. 1 do turpentiae, 1 cse
More Fine Stck. Tbe D. C. Murray brought
dow-n th'S trip, six more of those thorough-bred
Spanish Merino sheep (Inftntado stock) from the
celebrated ranch of E. W. Woolsey, at Berkeley,
t-al., where roost all of onr recent importations of
fine sheep have come from. Twoof these fine bucks
are for Col. C Jones, two for 8. T. Alexander,
and two, (one buck and one ewe) for W. M. Gibson
orLnnai. These last auimals are considered by good
judge to be tbe best of tbc kind ever landed here.
Our friend Mclnernv. can furnish any information
to parties desirous of improving tbeir stock from the
above celebrated flocks.
i' m m atrw- 4 i- smlt paper. If ka yarn
r . ".tilt rar Ha. l.-ic T H Allrr.. Maj 04 It 1 liala aad
Wt mala, dark. 4 cm k maalla rufa. 2 ca ria, lu abn'p, TT
Mmm aallaral ll t.at. aata LaT
I -.hH.Ta.riiMlAIM.rk-8ihdbllock ! rr.noded ibr bell boo Md of conrw m ln lonB
. IX mt ! illla. II Uti- L-I.tr bar. . ton, laU-
The Boat Races. On Tbnrd.T of !st week
cooplo of boat race came off brtwocn Hawaiinn
crt'., and boats from tbc Myrmidon and uAMaM
na. Tbc etartlne point Ml a boat moored Dear the
cattle-wharf, and Captain Ba brock acted as Marter.
The firrt nice ic between a . bale boat belonjrtnr
to His Majesty, and a boat belonging to the MTimi"
don. Tbe Myrmidons took the lead at the start and
slowly increased tbe distance between the two boats
until the spar buoy was reached. Owing to a mis
understanding the Myrmidon's bnat came around
tbe spar buoy instead of tbe bell buoy, which was
tbc designated stake. Tbe native crew kept on aud
BRallaU. I I ill ! I
JaT l Frailer prr Aw .k p C Mirrraj. May ath-44
eskaarwraaaa:. m laadla mymx akin, lop bm ba lainanaa. 112
taaW aaaiial. X lattajna. 4 ea belrl laaraa. 2 caaa artnr, 1 TO bs
nr.. I 4.ra -ra-al rrjrrlr . 1 ral, eruckrrj . o&M I'kr .agar
Y a raw Franeaaao. prrOHl of Saw Tart. May 4lti.
J r Em I rana B T Vaaal. -r-aj. X Draaba and daughter. John
Majax aat -iff. aad M ka traaailn.
Iraa, Wto Iwar aata, par Eilaaea, Mar Mb alaatrr
laial K.tbT Mrlainols. J oar fib Vrira. Mrs. Kaiuaaoa fam
il'.Ct flr! T May. Krohokil. LaJu., Mra. Kraka A Ha
aVA. araagCboar. Yoaac Urr. Uolaaa, Mm i H Smith, and
2. a. 1 1
It tmm r-r.art-rr par DC Marrar. Mar 9th F C U-rrr,
MrVaaaaar rM a.bbard. Nisa M I lnaabrrlain. J C
Caartrr. J P l.aka. Mra T ker. C B Andrrwa and witr. Mi.
anMt Mr Wettar. Mra I. A Baler. Mr Barbae. Mr
r-av. OOarr.aa. L aVnrir. C Marti url. G Darira, n William,.
E W Raarklt.-. Mia E L Oram.
AKavjraLs ar Hawailaii Hotel :
E waka, Kaaai iCapt 1 Wakr. TJIapalak.
VC i"ar- Hawaii. JarUar. Koka
A " K.anaMdwu.Mel.'V liaaidm. Kaaat
aiai J E Waal.. New Tork
J L Boi irA, aa, Srdary 1W Parkr. City
M-. M.a"r !, SrOMy F E Brallrr. Wkawanaa
1 Raatia V lira. Willi. IB K F.iamai. Waialoa
a ah at Talk laa l.Und L Aastia. Onomra
aa la. a M trhlr. Tartaria latra A L Wan . cblld.
J a tlloV. Tirtarla , Waabitnrtoa. h C
: il ,.. Krw Zamlaad Mr. M Parker. S children asd
Jaifl an' Kr.jVr.kwd u.r.e Weahlniloo. I C
r 1 B.arba. siiiapaai Mr and Mra Kilbara and child
iC M llaUaard. fVn FnMcisco
f- lAread. Kan Franriaoo
IV Jl Knerwin. Nichiraa
E T Tar. Dean, MU-bimi
Ib-C M bre , lawyer, Fiji jt'.aint K F dr kjaba A danrbter
T Ha- -id. A arffr. Labalaa J Uaa-oon and wile.
1 S :aat. Aaaiaaa MraBA kVicbarda. child and
J . lbar. aan. kvabaka nurae, Albaar. Krw York
r X AfAv -brOrkt. Ear
aaaa a -i cirer
arar Ban at. Adrialdr
ways behind the English boat. On the matter be
ing referred tn Capt. Smith, tbe judge, be decided
it " no race," aud it consequently will bare lobe
iri'd over again. In the second race, between the
Governor's gig and the Captain's gig of the Lacks
wanua, tbc natives took the lead at tbe start, but
owing to Ibeirlack of continnrd power, or tbe so
periority ofthe Lackawanna boat, or for some other
cause, tiiey were soon distanced anrt left a long ways
astern, and tbe Americans woo the race. Try again
Oeticial RcDkNiss. A titled offl. er In the ser
vice of a toteign government, who was a paaseoger
on board the steamship City ol Sew Tork. had oc
casion to call at one ol tbe offices of tbe government
during bis stay lo port, arm ncl a characteristic re
ception, which ought not to be passed oTcr without
i. otic--. A knock at tbc door brought the Hawaiian
Government official to tbe front, who demanded In
a wild tone, "What do you want here?" accompa
nied with looks and manner that must have re
minded tbc Tisltor of the savage attack on Capt.
Cook; and the door immediately closed. Another
rp or two caused it to open again, wide enough lo
pass ih a letter of introduction which the stranger
brougbt, on receiving which and noticing the name
ol tbe dlstingnisbed visitor, tbe aforesaid official
stammered "Ob, an, Mr. ! Beg p.rdon, bit
can'l atop to attend to yon now," or something to
this purport. Tbe distinguished stranger leit with
any but exalted notions of tbe only Hawaiian gov
ernment official be had tbe misfortune to eneoanter
during bis slioit stay In port. As the steamer con
veied bim away, what must have been iiks reflec
tions concerning Hawaiian civilisation Should he
ever return Ibis way. we Irust be will not br treated
with such snpardouable rudeness, and that at leaat
one iBtlic officer will iiave learned that one of 'he
first lessons of civil service is civility to strangers as
well as others.
Hon. Mr. Nahtku, gave notice cf a bill relating to
lloo. Mr. Birch read for the Gist time a bill to
amend secrion 14, of tbe law of 1870, relating to '.be
awa license ; providing 3 licenses for Honolulu, 2 each
for Lahaina, WailUKU. and llilo, and 1 for every oth
er ikatlkll in tbe Kingdom.
Hon. Mr Birch gave notice of a bill to repeal sec
tion l.ehap. 41. Civil Ovde, relating lo furnishing
liqnnr to natives.
Hon. Mr. Aholo gave notice of a bill to allow prr
sons under labor contracts to ohserv i national holi
days, also to amend the law lo mitigate.
Hon. Mr. Kaneiliig.re notice of a bill to repeal
section 1450 of the Civil Code, relating to imprison
meat f r desertion of serviea.
Hon. Mr. Mann gave notice to repeal last part of
recti m 1. chap. 34, Penal Code, relating to tbe pun
ishment far drunkenness.
lion. Mr. Kamauoha gave notice of a bill to repeal
sections 2 and 3 of Ibe law passed June 22. lSfiS.
Hon. Mr. Lilikalani gave notice of. bill to repeal
section 141S ofthe Civil Code, relating to contracts of
service mad. in foreign countries.
that tne expense of tbe government fir the next two
vesrs do not eiceed iSOO.UMO. Laid on the tabic to
i-e considered ftrr the presentation of tlie Keporl of
the Minister of Finance.
Hon. Mr. Kauai presented a resolution that tbe ser-
gean'-at-aim? lie lustructed to supply iuu postage
stamps, to only those who voted fur the resolution.
Rated out of order.
Hon. Mr. Helekanihi presented a resolution that
lb serge. nt-at-a rus be instructed to supply each
member with V9 2 cent postage stamps. Passed.
The House proceeded to tbe order nf tbe day. which
was the see nd reading of a bill to repeal the million
dollar loan aol of 1874. On motion, the bill passed
to engrossment, to come toil third reading on Wed
nesday. The bill to repeal section 4S0 ofthe Civil Code, on
it s end reading, relating to pull lax. Referred to
Tbe bill to amend section 223 of the Civil Code re
lating to pound masters, on its second reading. Re
ferred tn judiciary Committee
The bill to reiieal section 430 of the Civil Code, on
it second reading, relating to poll tax. Referred lo i
Tbe .-ill to regulate the working hours to nine, oo
it second reading. Referred to Judiciary Commit
tee. The bill to allow free fisheries in this Eiugdom, on
its second reading was considered ia the committee of
whole. Hon. S. M. Naukana in BSAaT. On motion
the bill wa considered section by section. Section
first read. Hon. Mr. Aholo moved as an amendment
to the first section, " with tbe exception of fishing
rights that hare already been leaaed, and obtained
Royal patent." Passed. First section a amended
passed. Second section read and passed. Section
third real and passed. Bill pasied as amended. On
motion, Committee rose, and the report of the Com
mittee of the whole recommendiog the bill to pa lo
engrossment wa accepted.
NEW ADVKRTISKM ENT8.
Boot and Shoemaker,
HAS BtaTJBOVEB TO UIMi NrRK'.T.
opp s!te West' Carriage Depot, where he La pre
pared to suppty bis custo-ners witn Boon better
ha Uian Kenkerl'a ' 591
PAIXTS AND OILi!
Grass tloots. BrtdtPS. Girths.
Anvila ant! Vice-, SaOo-pant,
Ten Kettles, Perfo rated Zinc, Ooa.
Sheet Zinc. Fence Wire, 4, 5, 6,
Cane Kniees, tloree Hoes,
TWO HORSE TA.VDEM,
Ctillientors, Steel Plows,
Ho's, Rikes, Smyth's,
American and English Prints,
7, 1. 0 and lti Quarter Sheeting,
Fine 4-4 American Blch'd Cottons
PCJR FAMILY USE.
A FULL IJXE OF SUPEIUOB
Plated. "W si r e !
Including Ss'tta and ?ln(fte Pftees.
A ftoll line of useful llniiichold Articles of Convenience
A full line of Hardware for Builders. Ac.
All at Reciprocity Prices.
Aad For Sale by
F. T. LEN EUAN & CO.
EX ' AGLAIA' & 'CEDER,'
And other latelarrivals.
Tin: i E,;itNM.i;n iioroby Qlre LVdtlee '
bi alt perso ia. that tey hare been duly npp.ilnted
Extern ton under the Will of Knhert WcKlbbfin, tate of :
Honolulu, decMseii ; and that they reqnest all perana
having claims axainst the aa.d Haute L present the aanic, .
duly authentii-ated, to W. I,. Green, one of the said Kxe-cat-rs,
at tbe office of P. T. Lenehan A Oswa Honolulu,
within nix months of the jlay of publication oi thi- notire,
or they wtil be for ever barred. All persons owi -n the
aaJd KstaTe are herebv reoueaied to make Immcllate Da
Mr. Pilipo preseoted a resolution to tbe effect J nient thereof.
A I.. A. 31' K 1 I. iw ,
W. E GREEN.
Hooolala, Mav 10th, 1876. Ml
JUST ARRIVED, FROM ENGLAND.
PER KA MO I !
WHITE ENAMEL PAINT
MtllE BT THE
Liverpool Silicate Paint Comp'y
AM IM'.KMIR ARTItXE, READT FOR
use, adapted for
External or Internal Painting
of 1TOTJSB3 or Slltrs. a preventive of the ravage of the
White Ant, aud can be used equally well on Cement. Iron
or Zinc (Ml 3m) CAKrt.E ft OOKB.
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
37 ox Sale !
ABSOLUTE TITLE GUARANTEED
THE TWO-STORY f'ORRAI. STOSE
HISl'SE on Kin StreeL opposite the residence
of Mr. Thooiaa Thru in, and rerenilr occopied by-
Mr. ll. P. Peterson.
The H.inse Is ATliUU AND Pf. A STEREO throogUoot
the InaWe. and Is a OOOf. A.D HK-I It Mtt.K BKaT
UKNC'K. conlainlnc six room, besides a l.all way on first
and second flcara.
There are convenient out building's In tbe rear, and shade
and fruit tree In the lot-Kara,- reran as so ln
SxSaVaS. For further pauiculars apply to,
L B. PETERSOI.
SHI tt At the Post OfHee.
The Following Machinery,
ONE Si t; 1 It Mti. I.. COMPLETE ;
THREE WESTON'S f EX TRIFI GAL
TI l II! M S !
FIYE STEAM CI.ARIFIERS. 400
anil 300 aAI.EO.V8.
hjrecia. .i44iee lhf secretary of tbe uoard of
KducaU fives notice thai a Lecture ia4mlaaioa fr.--' will
be r.vr-n ax the Lyceum, Naasau Valley, on Monday
Evening neat, afay 15th, commeorlng at TU o'clock, by
Count N. F. de Zaba. ou a MethM of Studylna; Universal
History said Literature a method calculate to strengthen
at tar tasme tlmr tbe powswes of Memory. All those int
r rated In edocaUonaJ matters are invited to attend.
KT A REMABI.E. EXPERIFX ri TOUXG
MAN. a sltnotlou lo a Dry tioots House, aa Cle-b or
Book -kit pr. whoieaale or retail, city or country,
not ao much an object. Address R s. this tjflice.
4BOVT XONDAT I. A ST. A BITKKKIX
J PirCH. conuinlnc Nine f Greenl. wsa lost,
uiU Is supposed to have been dropped ia the street Any
person returmina; the package to this office will be pre
sented with one of tbe Greenbacks. &ai IL
A WELL ElIC4rtal. AM) IS EVERY
respect rHtabte Man -(.ermtn -wbo has jost ar
rfred her.- from the United Statt-a, and who writes Euf
ilsh correctly, wanu employ mt nL Address u. t. at tha
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
MII.WAilaEE. WIS! I1NS1V.
assets;, 17, 0 0 0,0 001
THE HOST SI 1 t J SM I I. IXSMIAM i:
UOMPAXY tn the World.
CHARTERED 12 nil,
Has the advantage of Western Rates of Interest ?f ever
lost a dollar of its Securities and never fails to pay ft
For particulars apply at the Office of
W.O. IRWIN A CO.,
o591 ly Agent for tbe Hawaiian Island
WILDER & OO.,
Sarceasor to Dowaett t Co., Corner Fort and Queen Streets
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Sails, Salt and Building
(oso-iy Materials of every kiniT.
CABIHST MAKER, HOTEL STREET,
Keit Door to Streka'i Drue Stun,
Furniture Made and Repaired at Reasonable Rates.
Billiard Tahtea Repaired aad Altered. Plane award, r.
AaT Oiiiera from tbe other lalaad. will be prwcaptty at-
to. eo.j iy
Of Various Descriptions.
Cae? TTeidseiek's Champagne, pinti and qnarts'
Il 0 Lawrence's Champagne, pts and qttt
ItairUets Lawrence's Champagne, extra drj,
Caea flennessj's Brandy,
Case Martell's xxx. Brandy,
Cae Planut'- 1842 Brandy,
Cafes Small Genera,
Basket" Kc.t (irnera.
Cases Best OM Tom Gin.
Caes Be-t Kinahan's L IYish Whiskey,
Cases Dunrille's Iri-h Whiskey,
Best ?e itch Whifkry,
Quarter Casks Bet ! '.:."-. ' Pale Brandy,
Quarter Casks Best Martell's Brandy,
Qaarter Casks Jamaica Rum.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cases Beit Pale Sberrj,
Case Beit Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pale Shorrjr,
Quarter Casks Irish Whisker,
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pint snd Quarts.
India Pate Ale. pints and quarts,
Bass A Co's India Pale Ale. pint and quart,
Orange Bitters, in eases,
Boateltean A Cu' . , ,
Case Superior Vermouth,
Cases Fker'a Bitters, Cases Saperior Claret,
Ac, Ac, Ac
Cases M EW A VS XXX HTOCT, ia stonejug.,
PINTS AND (J0ART3.
Bark Ka Moi, from Bremen
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
TS.INE PRI1TS -rtalii), Kerr .Style.
line White Ground Print, new styles.
Wblte Shirtings. White Drill.
Superior Quality of Bleached Denims,
8cperior Tweeds, Shawls Assorted, etc,
ALBO A FINE LOT OF
Superior Brands Champagne.
mo-Su F. T. LENEHAN A CO.
Saloon Pilot Bread.
CASES AMD QB.
For aale by
CASES Per M. Belle Rrobets
Ml; BOLLES A C.
Anchors, fiOO to lOOOlhs,
Leather Belting, 3 to 6 in. Oak Tanned,
B c Jam and Bale of Rope,
Boats assorted Styles,
Cane Kntros, Cultivators,
Carts, Hand, Mule and Horse,
Copper Paint, Canal Barrows,
Cumberland Coal in Casks
FENCE WIRE, BEST QUALITY!
FIRE CLAY, FIRE EXTINGUISHERS!
1 Horse Power for Sawing Wood,
Planters Hoes. Hay Cutter,
Kaolin. Fire Clay,
Yellow Pine Well Seasoned
Tellow Metal. 1ft to 2ft ci,
Comp tsition Nails,
Plows various styles and sixes.
Pails 3 II
American Prints Desirable Styles!
Pest Quality Rosin.
Turks Island Salt in Oak Barrels
Nests Painted Tubs,
Casks of EGG COAL!
Imported Expressly for Family Use!
Horrocki, Long Cloth, A M la. A M ka. at
and H 1$ ia.
Turkey Red. Hrowa C-ttoa aad Trill.
Bin. Cotton Irnll, Ticking, Hsrkery Striata.
Cotton Sheeting. 72. 0, So. aad IM le.
Mosquito Nettiog. Watarr-praaf CUta.
Black and Colored Merinos.
Bltk Cnboarfs and Iraliaa Cloth.
Ilarcge. in all colors; ! ion.
Twilled Camhrie aad Si1ei,
Blaek Lasting. Plai Padding.
Cotton and Liaea Thread, wb.ll.. black aavi
br.an. assorted namhrra.
Whit A Brown Cutton Turkish Towels. A.
kerchiefs, whits aad
Ex Favorite, From Victoria :
100 Barrels Fraser River Salmon.
20 Half Barrels Fraier River Salmon.
Ever Barrel in Perfect Order and,
FOR SALE AT A VERY LOW FIGURE,
Extern Pine S"g ir Shocks !
WILL BE SOLD
At a Lower Price Than Ecer Pefort Offer
ed in Thi Market
These Shocks are Thoroughly Seasoned
And otter advantages over all others,
SOLD IN THIS MARKET:
Holding a larger quantity of sagar, gaining from
2 per cent- to '. per eent. in setting op and requiring
no coopering after leaving the Plaotatiuo
ALL OF THE ABOVE GOODS !
Will b sold low
To Close Consignments,
To make roJtn for new good expected per
Syren and Ceylon :
TO ARRIVE EARLY XEXT FALL,
mroicES of which are expected
C. BREWER & CO.
E. O. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Among which maybe found especially for
AMKRII'AX AJIIMKEAU A. BLEACHED
iiTi'i.s-s, 4-; WamautU, I I Bleached Cottons:
Pepper ell flheetlnra. -. 9. and 10 quarters: American A. C.
A. Tieelnr. C. A D. Ticking. Crutllah Robe Print. Dwrk
and f.igbt Ground Pink i'a.1 prints, Enameled truck and
A Fall Atsorimmi of
Hardware, Fence Wire,
Tin. Rotder. Force and Lift Pumps, and a complete stork
-f Tools Lock. Valla, Screwi, Butta. Bolta, Ilea, Sprinaw,
arrlase anil Kldln, Wbtpa, Ac., Ac., In variety, too
lurnerous to specify.
Tnrpentlr.e. Varnlah, Bruahfa, Aaricnltaral Implt-manta,
Wt-t.-rn " two Horse Tandem CoiUTatora, MoUne Plows,
iET-PAH3, IEOH POTS.
Seln. T-v7-Jja.es !
Ft -h nooes.
And soon expected a' splendid assortment of the best
PLATED SILVER WARE!
To suit every taste. Entree, Fork. Rpoons, Ac., Ac.
M tin K. O. H ILL at SJUJf.
Table Cloths, Men's Soeka,
Ladies' Stock ins, assorted.
Whit and Bruan Oa4fM Caiartbirts, sad
Water proof and Plannrl Skirts.
Black l..i hawla. Bilk Cmfcrtliaa.
Plaids, Poncbut, Monkey Jaoketi.
FLANNEL SACKS AND PANTS,
Buckikin and Cloth Seek aa Pa. I
Aa Assortment at FINK si RSj
fcarief, green, blue and hft ;
White Ottoo (Ulanketi. llo: ClfaakeU.
Licht and Heavy Barlapa,
Wfulnaek, Sail Twine.
Rug- and raryetj,
Rubber Uoodi Garten. Feependert. Oirdlet
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bit, and Spur.
French and Orraian Calfskin.
India Rubber Ball. Feather Halters.
Blank Book. Blank -lutes,
Oenoins Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as Ear Rinra. Brooch. Ae.
Harmunir-a. Mass Pipe.
London and Meersobauai Pip,
Genuine Eau de Cologne
I.ubin'f Extraet'a Suapa, Tootii Uiwkrw.
Pocket Knire, Seissors, Cksraoal Iras.
Washing Tubs, Hair. Backets. In and It to.
GERMAN, ENGLISH AUD FRENCH
Crashed Sag. Sardine. A., A.
Wax Tapers, Camphor. Safe! .latches,
Whife Zine. Whit Lead, tsrecn aad Black
Berlin Biae, Uubkack'a Paint OU
w i i : :
Jobannlsbergr, Liebfraoeemilcb. Crar.f.
Champagne, lle.dsiaek'a, Ac.
Sparkling llock, iuara and pints.
CITIZENS AM1 RESIDENTS OF HOMO,
l.t I.C. Visiting friends and iMranaera generally are
conllaily Invited to attend Public Worabip at FORT ST.
CHURCH, where Service are held every ssabbwlb at 11
o'clock A. M., and 7H P. M. Rests ate provided for all
who may be pleased to attend. There I a Wednesday
evening Prayer :leeU'.v at 7. o'clock, in Uu Lector.
Room, to. whhhallar welcome. 124 ly
Kcj Brand, St Pi', Lagsr Beer,
Jeffrey' Ala A Porter, Bar. ruin Deer, qt s pts
Cogaae Brandy. Oln, la.. Ale .hoi ia Deaaijokaa
CIGAHS - HAVANA it GERMAN
Fenee Wire. No. 4, S snd .
C. O. Tin Plat, Sheet Zine. Keg River,.
Galvanised Iron Pip.. I la. i i.. I lo. 1 la.
Babbitt Mtal, Hoop Iron. 1, 1. , 1 J.
Wrapping" Paper. Hone Rope, wfciu i
Corks, Uo.ldlsg, Looking Ohaaaa a Cknni i.
Tumblers, Water Monies s . DambVer ami Cutek,
Demijokns, ,. 1, 3 sad i galls., MatkaiBaakM.
Birch Broom. Cement. Fire CIst. F:r Bricks.
Elatsa, Bsrrsls sad Cask, do.. Ae
Orders from (he olUr Islaads f arr lolly
THE I NDEHMUNEB. F.
V. S. Flllner te-g. to I
lain and Ibe public generaiiy urat he I
wlo'low in I . r.. A.l.l.ii, s .rf l
Fort -street, where he wjl air. apeell
kind of Wat. h-s. Ctaea. and Jewelry I
In,. Ac. AH package from the olast taaaasa i
to him, coniali.log artk-lee for rrpau. a. wto lax,, sraaaac
alteotloo. order, wueltr-d for all .rasla. of Wilshu o
American manufW-ture. .-Satlalact...ii (uaranaeed to every
rar pee i. (14 Km) D. wfi. oil ci.akM.
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Notice to Alabama Claimants.
AM. PERSON II kVINtJ IT, tlTIS OFTHE
kind railed AL . BAM t I LA I MS ll SI lull Ih. Co .tag
Htatea. are raodaad aha tarhlenc. oa the aaasa anil a.
taken be Cora Commiaatooer lo Honolulu al days aa k.
appointed, which may oa larnd by eiuuiiry al tain atac.
ALFREDS!. R A RtVELL,
A tloraey and Cosinsaaac at Law
Offira over Dr. HoffmanQ'i Drug Mtor, Mercnaat sil,
nonoloio. IL L. i gat
RriNART PERK at PIUS (Mra. T. agll.
ttoarta aad Plots. Now lasMaasj ss ' -. auL"
For sals ST H- U ACKFaXU CO.,
m lm Aasass
HEIIHIE'K at '. ' ssst A TIM MOT A I.
Uuarta and Pleta. Sum laodlrax ex - la at."
For aata bf H. HACFBLD a oa.
IM FRENCH. weaUaAM avail IA. aWTEMCE.
by . trained tseskir of ten ym rp.ru or.
Apply tc J. el gtoiCc ot tnlapaaer. ITS
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston.
a nset loa, of the beat qoaary
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