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mm lo IMr Crvli right. Mmotv Nowlrtn and Kaaoao-
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Twr roUomnafpilBlmi in fWW befn nwlc ttitsdav.
1) Mti. Mtmac- I jf-tuw Affi-it. IJiai.m, Van.
J. A. rBl J. r. Kauli. !. U. K-UrUW.--Comnita-wiiTi
of iTlrMV W.y and Wawr PiiTUeffm.
W. u Mfr-Htxr. Minister of Interior.
IntcrMTOftrf. Mar Iltb, IR7S.
to wftom it may crwrn. that Jakon
a pnir-iitM thti I h jiar -
by IIk KrrHltfiicy J. rl' A ..'Irailf
i .rv Mm put uf .rwrn Affkln fur HI MiHr Iuiv
. me wr aaJ Jii lvrry. mm,., Iht--
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ti a: i.n-ioiu;u. vMuiu. ana an htboit:-
iii" M tv n-.-.-..- In.:
la-u. aad er-Ji; by eta utiMiriticB of fits ONVWHi
CLvaat taaflar txr band and w ith the Seal of tbc Ha
u iuu:. kifir-l at ihc KuPfu-i. i iflc. Ho-
noiuiu ?r. nh day of Mir . A. U l:.;.
SM ft W. LUUI, UUmier of Fomrti Affairs.
by jr.ver.. tbat the Hun. A.
r -tJMi. Jttiuw of Ui- SiiT.rTU- Court, w:i: .i f-.r
tb baruat f Appit fmm the aevrrai XJislriri Courts
of tataftd of itabu. a- f.4krw ,
At Rn iswm lloaw-. uo Tuaday. the 30 tb day or May
bmnt m c4rfc slid.
At u iiaihii xmrt tfooar, on UVUiradav. the 3iit May
lasLkvou at '4cb: a m.
At Cabakx ( -Hin Himr, on Udnaday, the Hat May
tetSac.1 at aXagb tviu
t Hooae, on rnurvaay. iuv ist uy or
t 1 o'ciurk p.m.
By order f toe tmort,
Jxo. t. BaNaMD. Depot! Clerk.
sod May. 1874.
I haviuc bllla ojroiniit any sp-
nt will b.- fiirni-h"-! with
UK-y will be required to uiafc- their claim'
ri. tw obtitmNl itt tlt- MMnaC
otb.-er Kirtnc U- 'irderv for the arUtit-K
. U. Mocanxi'A, Minuu;r of Inferior.
. May ttt. I7fl. :u
f l.icruw- l. yi riii in Way,
AHU 1 Cbaor Faa. Herta. Koolaapoko.
I rVarr I nani A Osw, Kins; St., Honolnlu.
II K. mrbx. Port t . Honolulu.
li Anlooe Maria. (un kl. Honolulu.
IT -Jam. A. Hoppr, Fort St., Honolulu.
S4 HupMukjc. Faab Market, Honolulu.
IT laraeJ Flaher, Koua.
BaWAJl . i-Ah Umt. Waiohlno. Kon.
a ftftatj Uopolum. North K :.
14 c H. VToimore. Ihiuahou. Hllo.
: i, kj k.m i ., , Kaitaluti, North Kona.
. II. ItK-ke-y. Haiku
1- -tia- ?N.va. Waiiuku.
.R-Cbauf Fai. Waim a.
1 at. T. AdaOLi, Qtteen HU, Uouolulu.
5 Ab Kui. Marion St.. Honolulu.
1 1 .
If ft 1
14 J tana.
rr Tu hi.
. Nunaiiu Sl, Honolulu.
, Fnb Market. Uouolulu.
a. Phth Market, Uouolulu.
nc, Kth Market. Honolulu.
J S. Raruna. BoDoloJn.
t -f radekm. Xortb and Sooth Kuhala.
t-rapBlaffli. So. 10. II.
Wan. Hunt. No. It
IS K Jutorv. No. IX, Ik
17 C, W Antoot , No, Ik
IT Wm n. Plane. Honolulu
M-4at4 F. taVMMr UUo, Hawaii.
18 Uaa. Lo-Wl. NawtbirilJ. Coua .
av a aaaV prrtadtca!
E-ynlavtionj of the Board of Health.
lak The Baard of Health, or it Agent, will visit the
i market, or other places where
for sale, at any time It may
ee fcu orOVnos aatd niarkeu or places to be pmprrly
eloaaefl. aad an decayed animal or vegetable matter to
-4au-ly rmoced therefrom.
Sd Noabrarbter botm-wlil lr allowed within the boon-
af Ike tfty of Honolulu, or on any of the public
to It. or on the banks or any river or
ake aaaier u used for driiikiiuT or domes tir 1
or lr any aituaUoi; not fi-rat approved by the
XJ. N- enMO ttadjaaaajg Bf aalj bjggi r MM
f Honolulu, or in auy
to. or t' wtodward of. the City, or in any
rat approved hy th Board of Health.
acwer. pools, or otuer
manure or filth, found
the nuhl.r liaHti, will be OlsaaalM
Apru ua. at the expense of the person
them the amid owner having been
b the Board at least six days before any active
prtry L to be not lev than twelve feet
r fer square, and securely cased and covered.
I of Health, or it Ac-uts. win visit all
E is wharb tkey may ufqeet there 1 an lnuffi -ietit
saaafdr mf freab air for the support of health to she Inliabi-
rrom want ot protx-r venuiauon, over-
l win orner suen nmim-s to
1 take such other measures as
r u tbeoi to be nectaasry.
atk. Aay badly cured meat or other substances, emittinc
a aioxaaaB or deasstrlas effluvium, will be Immediately re
aortced at the expense of the owner from the premises
w her tkey are stored, doe notice having first been given
tn cbe Board of Health or it Ageuts.
Ttk No person shall keep swiue w ithin the boundaries
of tw t uy or Honolulu.
3 shall throw dead animals on any of the
1 wih Im aliowtx: lit or atout lionomiu
j of lite Agent of the Hoard
these permit ou applanation at
A statement of age. sex. and cause of death
le to be marked by posts
t of BaMBt Work, i s't npiu-t
of filth to be carried from the
I ttk. Ah person are hereby strictly prohibited from
or filth upon any street, lane.
lot. within the boundaries of the Ot' of
will be held responsible for the proper
owilliuT or Chinese hahltntioti.
aot be stored within
i VHitauog any of the above rectila-
i Is Basse to be fitted in a sum not exceeding one hun-
, s provide! .n Section of the Civil C ode.
Approved by the Board of Health, this Mb day of April.
AJBJ . U7L Chab. T. Ui uce.
M H Bee Board of Health.
AN IXDEPEKRKXT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PtTBLlSnKn AND EPITED BT
BSKRY If. WHITNET.
WEDSB8DA Y. MA Y 17.
TnF. treaty liotwecn tlie Hawaiiiiri Ifilands and
the T'nitoi States, nnw before Conjrress fnr final
ratification, will ! found in full in to-day's
paper. As concluded by tne special comtniR
Rioners, there is nothinp in it that can I ob
jected to by any one who is in favor of the
principle of reciprocity. The amendments ad
ded by the Senate are all clearly against us,
and favorable to the United States. They cer
tainly onght to be satisfied, if the concession
of all that was demanded can do it. Thecom
mi'sionera doubtless felt that the experiment
ot reciprocity, was worth a trial even under
these extraordinary demands, which perhaps,
do not concede so much as at first siirht they
may apear to. That the convention will help to
strengthen our independence, there can lx no
reasonable doubt. The opponents of the Pearl
River Scheme ought to favor the treaty, which
so effectually tabus any cession or lease of
territory, while it lasts.
Thf.iik appears Id lie a want of correct in
formation respecting the parliamentary privi
leges of the British Ministry. No Minister
can sit in either house of Parliament by virtue
of his seat in the Cabinet- When a Peer be
comes a Cabinet Minister, he still retains his
scat in the house of Lords, not because he is a
minister, but because he is a peer. But no
peer can hold a seat in the house of Commons,
whether a Cabinet Minister or not. So, too,
no Cabinet Minister who is a commoner, can
claim a seat in either house of Parliament, by
virtue of his office. He can only sit in the
lower house bjr living chosen as a representa
tive of some constituency which offers to elect
hitn. In this way, the prominent members of
the Cabinet usually secure scats in the house
of Commons. Some think that if this system
were adopted here, it H.m14 be lettcr than the
one we have, which has alwaya been a bone of
contention. This was one of the causes which
led to the rupture between the constitutional
convention of 1 SG 1 and Kaiuchameha Y. And
at nearly every Bession of the Legislature, the
question of the riiht of Ministers to vote lias
liven raised in some way or another. Preced
ent and the usage of 21 years, have fairly es
tablished its legality, however obnoxious it
may be, and it will probably l.'st as long as the
present constitution remains the law of the
I'll !. K il;i I ii rr.
The Assembly has done but little of the real
work of the session as yet. The week past has
b-en consumed in considering resolutions, re
ports of Committees and introduction of bills.
The disposition to find fault with the Ministry
is not allayed, and we incline to th belief that
some more open and determined action will lie
had. The success of the last Legislature in
their efforts to drive the Attorney-General from
the Cabinet is not forgotten.
The resolution that the Assembly should"
vote by ustates was lost. We were sorry to
learn that the foreign member from Lahaina
voted in favor of the resolution, when it was
so decidedly opposed to the text and sense of
the constitution. The native members are
misled and confused when men of such intelli
gence as the Hon, member from Lahaina is
possessed of, vote in support of such resolu
tions. ITowever the votes on the Ministerial
side have been somewhat inexplicable the past
week. The member for Waialua brought In a
bill to amend a law that has lieen repealed for
some years. The Hon. Mr. Preston in a few
remarks, excusing himself for commenting on
a b"'l on its first reading, clearly established
the fact of the repeal of the law which the bill
under consideration sought to amend, and
moved the rejection of the bill. The vote be
ing taken, the Minister of Finance was the
only one who voted in favor of rejection, 'he
others opposing it.
The Committee appointed to examine the ac
count of the Secretary tor the session of 1874
reported the account correct and approved the
bills that were due and unpaid by the Legis
lature of 1674. The report met with opposi
tion and was ordered to be printed.
The Miuister of Finance was requested to
inform the Assembly if the provisions of an
act to create a sinking fund, approved Dec. 31,
1864, had been carried out, and if so what the
amount of the fund was. The act provides
that monies paid into the Treasury from sales
of government lands shall be set apart as a
sinking fund, that the fund be applied to pur
chase and redemption of Government indebt
edness ; that interest at the rate of seven per
cent, be allowed and paid by the Minister of
Finance for all monies deposited and not inves
ted. This act has some good features which
are more than lcilaltred bv the iiroviniiiTi for
TW MW of the German reiel Ann. continue to j ... J ,.
tteeti.n.thOenin repretcnUtirej in Peking l.'uK c aiu noi sure uiai ine act
tnc claim !tn great energy. Uiere u a is of etiough importance to warrant discussion,
erreece of opinion among foreigners is to . , . ... ... . .
tne claim U ; Tbe Ann. wa. pr.olic.llj m fact 11 would we1 to rePcal t- Rumor
says that no sinking tund has been created by
the act, that the act has been allowed to sleep.
The opposition will no doubt make a point on
One of the members for Honolulu, Hon. Mr.
Lilikalani. moved an amendment to the Con
stitution by which representatives shall serve
without pay. The motion was indefinitely
postponed. There is much to be 6aid upon the
subject of pay of representatives, and while
hasty legislation should be avoided, many be
lieve that the custom adopted in England,
where members of Parliament receive no pay,
Bhould be adopted here.
A law is before the Assembly in relation to
driving sheep afflicted with scab on to, or
across, other sheep runs. It is ossible that
some legislation is required upon this matter,
but care should be taken that the act should
be broad and comprehensive in its provisions ;
that the act is not in the interest of a few in
dividuals. Some of the native members in
discussing tbc bill, confuted the matter under
consideration by importing leprosy and other
matters equally foreign into the debate, and
just how it was left, one cannot now say.
A bill to amend section I of chapter 34, of
the Penal Code has been considered. The sec
tion reads; "bat no prose
cation for such offence (drunkenness) shall be
sustained, unless it shall be commenced within
six months' after the commission thereof."
Tbe proposed amendment is to strike out the
words "six months." The change is of no
value : on the contrary it is a mischievous one-
iio, April 7th. It it thongfct that tie rite of T, , . i . . .. .
tie I nircrtal Exhibition of 187Swill beoctbeChamp. w w: .iikuucu . ,.u..w
da Han. Xfca .! Intim frill probably be earned licenses to Lahaina, Wailuku, Hilo and passi
on' by a private oompaaj, the iatenat of which will b,y other Mn.
haj gwaxaahaia kj Ihr Hlalf no it will nnt hi nrnriiarr
to aak aaw credit from the Chamber!. His Excellency of tbe Foreign Office feeling
v iu..e. u nil. : i . i
.! Hm.Ui-.iK- .:. 1
H a rro.lml.
BWav A rian- on tbe
T DM- Min.niiu.ndVr
w-lurf or noui
iau. (Ulml or fm u tudo ihmll
I atk. Mm rTn
w hare datw, from Hongkong via Saa Francisco,
U April 1.
IV Peking Ooveroment is discussing tbe expedi
mmry of ertabiifhing a Mint.
Seward, the failed States Minister, is seriously ill,
wad it is reported tbat be will.be obliged to retornto
Two aew Vieeroy ot Canton is showing remarkable
rigor is attacking abases . He goes about nights dis
gwued. ioTe.tir.ting disorders.
Tbe infant Emperor is reported ill with small-pox.
Tbe Chinese frigate Vang Wu is about to visit
I br a part of tbe crew, plundered, destroyed.
wad tie oSeart murdered. It is not pretended that
tbe Cbiaeee aatboritie could bare foreseen or pre
rested tbe aeiaare. bat they are charged with neglect
it smC capturing all the criminals and recovering tbc
aiww. Ii fact, howerer four of the six pirates impli
clW are itt'eonfinemeot and a portion of the property
has bean retakea. In this case Russia, England and
tbe raited States actively cooperate with tiermaiiy.
Owr date an to April It.
fJwaaral Le Oeadrt aad Dr. Antitell Americans,
hare bee decorated with tbe second degree of the
.'araawee Order of Merit.
Tbe r.riiish ship-of-war Swinger has joined the
Ft I vie U the expedition to Core, to demaid satis fac
Uoa far tbe attack ea tbe Sylvia's boat.
Tbe lags of chips of all nations in Yokohama bar
ber bang at hair-mast April Zd, to commemorate the
death of Admiral Striagbam.
Shiesadaa Sabaro, 1 orderly ruler of Satsuma. and
aatil recently Second Minister near tbe Throne, left
tbe Capital for bis native province April Sth. He
is aat expected to return. Of late years this once
powerful chief hat been only a disturbing element in
are sow open in various pro-
Eurkt hundred and f rtv natives of Sarhalin hare
Migrated to Veto, unwilling to remain under Russian
rasa. Five hundred and eighty inhabitants of tbe
Kariie Isles bare gone to Russia for similar objections
la Japanese authority.
Cautmitous fire: bare occurred in numerous districts.
Much Sata upwards of three thousand houses were
start ray id aad ten lire lost is tbe town of rfushi.
Tbe urns day one hundred and forty boosts were
baraad bs Matawmal, and on April 2d one hundred
aad tarecty houses in Osaka.
Tbe Catted States Bag-ship Tennessee arrived at
Tebeb.au April 4th.
parorcBd (amity visited tne residence ot
. Third Minister of the Crows, April 4th and
I a nitrate revival of antique dramatic
A decree was itased March 28th, forbidding swords
t be worn by private itiaaaj. This important reform
was carried oat at tbe la stance of tbe Minister of
hnrt by a statement in the Advertiser, by
which it would appear that he had threatened
the Assnembly with prorogation, made a reso
lution on Monday, that the reporter be more
careful in future. The Hon. Mr. Xawahi came
to the rescue of the reporter, followed by other
members of the opposition, and the Minister
withdrew the resolution. The aim of the reso
lution was accomplished, that is, the reporter
was admonished. The Hon. Mr. Xawahi's ad
vice that the Minister should have spoken to
the reporter or editor privately and asked cor
rection, was good. Little can lie gained by
putting editors and retwrters on the rack, un
less for some flagrant act or abuse of privilege.
Yesterday, the Hon. Thomas Martin, Xoble,
presented a bill to increase the people. This
bill has some eight or nine sections which must
lie read to be properly appreciated. The late
hour afwhich we receive! the report of the
house, precludes the oHsibility of furnishing
even a synopsis of the bill to our readers.
We may say however thai the bill as ordered
to be printed, and we should advise that a
large edition be struck off, for we are satisfied
that the demand for copies will be large.
We received by the last mail a letter from a
gentleman in San Francisco who wishes to en
gage in the cultivation of coffee on these islands;
and for the sake of others who may desire simi
lar information, we publish his inquiries with
1. Are there many coffei' plantations for sale, and
are tbt trees on Ibem good t
8. Vvb;it is tbe average size of them ?
3. Price of plantations 4ytitrs old, and over
4. Average production per year of clean coffee In
3, 4, 5, and G yeats, and per acre
5. How many tree, to the acre ?
C Price of suitable land for coffee, tellureof Isnd,
and cost of BOaking a coffee plantation to 4th year,
per acre fTbc coffee plunt, I presume, dos not
yield until 4tb year, uioie tban cuougu to puy cur
7 Is a plantation hoed or ploughed, and how
many times it yeur?
8. Price of machinery for elielline coffee?
9. Planters' selling price of crop ?
10. Is a coffee plantation considered profitable;
wbv are so many neglected, find for sale ?
1 1 - Is labor scarce, and dear, and likely to be?
It. Bate of labor per day, and If laborers are fed
13 Do laborers tall: English, or must tbe planter
or superintendent learn Ike language ?
14. What are the prominent drawbacks to living
in tbe Sandwich Islands, and to coffee planting?
15. Is the climate pleasant and healthy, or very
hot ; are the bouse and servant comforts good, or
each as are known in British India ?
Id. Are there other profitable occupations in the
islands, or more so than coffee ?
17. Are the plantations near Honolulu, or far in
land, and is the coiutnuiiicatiou with the plantations
(the roads) good or bail 1
IS. Are situations offering for experienced plant
ers, with or without tnkins an interest?
19. Is living exjiensive in toA'n uud in country,
and is it very rude ?
4. Coffee trees yield anywhere from 3 to
lOlbs. of coffee each, according to locality and
Qge, or say an average of tons to the acre.
5. If planted at intervals of 8 feet, in rows
8 feet apart, an acre will contain 676 trees.
7. Coffee trees should be kept clean either
by hoeing or mulching, Hie latter method is
the better, as it not only saves labor, but-keeps
the soil moist.
8. -Cleaning machinery may be obtained for
a few hundred dollars, up to several thousand.
We knew one planter who constructed his ma
chinery himself, of wood. The natives clean
their coffee generally by hand.
9. Dealers pay the cultivators from IS to 18
cents per pound for coffee on the plantations.
10. We consider that a coffee plantation
well located and managed is a good invest
ment. We know of none for sale, though a
small one was lately sold at public auction on
Maui. The cultivation of coffee is almost en
tirely confined to natives. There are two plan
tations on Maui and one near Hilo, of 100,000
trees, which are conducted by foreigners, with
every prospect of success.
For answers to the other questions, as well
as other valuable information, we would refer
our correspondent to the Hawaiian Guide Book,
by the editor of this journal, and for sale by
the San Francisco News Co., where, under the
head of " Information for Immigrants," he
will find much to interest him.
Tbe Forked AuKtruIitin Mail Service.
The accident to the steamship Colima, while
perlorming mail service on the rough coast of
New Zealand, in which she broke all the blades
of her propeller, by striking a sunken rock or
other obstruction, has called attention to the
dangers of the New Zealand coast service. It
was no doubt a great mistake for the contract
ors to enter into an engagement to perform this
dangerous service with the finest lioats ever
built, but which are, nevertheless totally un
fitted for it. Most of the Colonial papers now
see the mistake, and if the New Zealand gov
ernment is wise, it will allow a modification of
the terms of the contract so as to make it equally
efficient and yet much safer, and consequently
more'Iikely to be uninterrupted and perma
nent. Some of the Colonial papers suggest
that the Bay of Islands, near the north point of
New Zealand, be selected as the stopping place
for the mail steamers. The Bay. of Islands is
about 100 miles north of Auckland, on the east
coast of New Zealand. The following is from
the Sydney Morning Htrtild, which recom
mends doing away with the " forked service,"
and adopting the route from Sydney to the Bay
of Islands, thence direct to Honolulu omitting
the Fiji's :
" No doubt, on a map, and especially on a flat
map, tbe route by Fiji appears the shortest, and it is
the shortest, but not by so much as is generally sop
posed. The distance from Sydney to Kandavn is
1780 miles, and thvnce to Honolulu -943, making tbe
total dHancc from Sydney to Honolulu y this
route 4725 luilea. From Sydney to tbc Bay of Isl
ands is IIS? miles, and from the Bay of Islands to
Honolnlu is 3747 miles, making a tolal oi 4934 miles,
and giving a difference of 209 miles iu favor of the
Kandavu ronte. But tben in ocean navigation, dis
tance dots not always mean time. This was clearly
proved on the late voyage of the Mikado, which lost
nearly tight hours and a half at Kandavu on her out
ward )6age. On tbe homeward passage tbc Iocs
was still greater; for she arrived off the Nankua pas
sage at 11 P. x. on tbc 19tli of March, and hovc-to
and entered the passage at 7 a. at. on tbe following
morning. - She arrived off Kaudavu tbe same day at
midnight, and again bovr-to and entered the harbor
at 7 M. Of these two delays, the first involved a
loss of 8 hours, and the second of 7, or a total of 15.
This Is a delay which will always occur when tbe
entrance is approached at night, and It more than
compensates lor 309 miles of distance. In addition
to this, the Mikado was detained 24 hours, awaiting
tbc arrival of tbe Colima, whose passage had been
protracted on account of heavy weather. This is a
source of delay tbat can never be altogether obvia
ted, A through line can always be worked with
more punctuality than a Hue tbat has branch con
nections. These are sometimes unavoidable, and
where tbc trade of many scattered districts bis to be
concentrated, the delay must be submitted to. Bat
where 11 Is possible lo do without it, no one practi
cally acquainted with steamboat work would court
tbe disadvantage, and no one wonld hesitate to make
some slight sacrifice to get rid ot it.
Tbe harbor of Kandavu is not to be depreciated.
It Is a very good harbor of its 6lzc, and conveniently
located. But it is not a first class harbor, nor is it
approachable without danger or delay. Tbe reef at
its entrance, which was so fatal to tbe Maegrcgor,
will always be a drawback, while tbe want of room
for raaniavring led to an awkward collision be
tween the Colima and tbc Granada. Tbc large class
of vessels which is now employed demands Urge
harbors, and if we can arrange the service so that
they will have only large harbors to enter, it will be
a saving of time and a dimanition of risk. By tak
ing tbe route suggested the steamers wonld only
bare to enter Port Jackson, Bay ot Islands, Hono
lulu, and San Francisco, all ports of tbe first-class."
The following is from the San Francisco cor
respondent of tbe same paper, who was a pas
senger in the steamer City of San Francisco,
on tier fut trip from the Colonies :
The ' forked service,' as it is railed, looks better
on paper than it it likely to prove in practise, and
delay on tbe part of anyone ol the three boats, which
Is almost inevitable, will involve loas of time on tbe
part ol tbe others, and there will be constant dan
ger of tbe whole service being thrown out of gear.
On this occasion, for instance, tbe City of San Fran
cisco would lnee five days, and tben possibly ran
down to New Zealand without tbe Eogllsh mail.
Good ships with in engine power eqnal to tbat of
tbe City of San Francisco could be depended npon
to make the direct run between Sydney and San
Francisco in 22 days, and. since what is called tbc
' white mail ' has been started reducing the time be
tween New Tork and Chictigo to 24 hours, the Aus
tralian mails corld be placed nn board one of the
Atlantic steamers in 27 days., and always delivered
iu London under 40 days.
Wc think that this writer is in error whet:
he supposes this service can be performed from
Sydney to San Francisco in 22 days. It can
not be done regularly by the new boats now in
service in less than 26 days ; or, if the route
be from Sydney via Auckland, in less than 28
days, and the public should know this fact.
Editor Gazette: Tlie late dUenssions apon the
Constitutional rights of Cabinet Ministers to vote,
have liven carried on by the members ot the Assem
bly, rather as advocates tor aud against the resolu
tion, than as impartial judges auxious to find the
truth. There can be no adequate reason why tbe
question should not have been discussed and dis
posed of on its own merits ; but now tbat it Is set
tled no one will claim tbat this was done.
Not much, if any, atlcMiou appears to have been
aid by the government side of the Assembly to tbe
provisions in article 20 of the Constitution, that
"tbe supreme powsy of the kingdom in its exercise
is divided into the Executive, Legislative, and Ju
dicial : these shall always be preserved distinct,"
whieb is a re enactment of part of article 23 of I he
preceding Constitution. The principle of keeping
the Ibree functions ot government distinct ia their
exercise, is well understood ; there can be no dis
cussion about its effect if applied to tbe qaeslion ut
itae. The two Hawaiian Constitutions havesu de
fined and emphasized this principle that it holds the
posiatn of a leading and influential feature wbicb
cannot be ignored, and which sbonld rather out
weigh other inconsistent elauses.than be outweighed
liy them. If iuotead uf consuming time by a profit
Irat lb-bate, as to what is meant by holding " seals
rz ffflcioM nobles in the Legislative Assembly," or
as to the meaning of the somewhat obscure clause
that, M the legislative power of tbc three estates of
this kingdom is vested in the King and the Legisla
tive Assembly," they bad interpreted them with the
help of that other more drilnite ctiactmeul that the
Executive, Legislative, and Judicial powers shall in
their exercise "always be preserved distinct, " it
would seem that a more consistent and conscien
tious, if not a more satisfactory (?) conclusion might
have been'obtained. The argument of precedent in
this matter is of little avail. Parliaments are not
bouud by precedents. They should do their duly,
however much their predecessors may have failed in
doing theirs. U'h.tt though the intelligent princi
ple ot article 20 existed in a dormant state in our
constitutions lor 24 years ! It may be that it holds
benefit for the people whenever the time shall conn:
for a conscientious Assembly to give it its due ef
feet. There arc no vital principles which make it nec
essary that Ihe M'nisters should rote in the Assem
bly; even numerically, their vote la of little conse
quence at the present lime, with the list of Nobles
crammed to bursting.
Il is to be regretted that theadininlslratlon Bbouli!
uot set the example of treating all questions oil their
merits, instead of leaning comfortably back upon
certain reliable majoritv, made Dsnre reliable by their
own disputed votes. The fact that the present Con
stitution was promulgated ilia wrong and unprin
cipled way, does not make it right now, for those
who accept it, to treat il with disrespect. Any au
thoritative action which tends to injure the suprema
cy of law, or to lower the popular respect toward
the fundamental law, is sure to bring loss to the
commonwealth, no matter how politic or in-eessary
such action may have appeared. Watchman.
Pacific Mall Company,
The repnted embarrassments of the Pacific Mail
Company show plainly to what a low ebb American
commerce is red need. Tbe only steamship line upon
which tbe American people coald build any hope or
pride, wu the Pacific Mail, since of all the ships
which daily leave this country for foreign ports (some
fifty a day, sometimes, sailing from New Tork), this
is the oily line worth mentioning which Boats the
American flag. Tbe history cf its late existence is
sadly chequered, t'p to the resignation of Allan
MeLane, its long-time President, it was owned by a
close corporation, and very little stock was f ir sale.
Brown Brothers, of New York, were the chief owners,
and its employes oons'nlered tLcmselve. honored in
belonging to it. Its business was nvst honorahly
transacted, its career was prosperous, and the public
was satisfied. In an evil hoar the eye f tbe stock
jobber fell upon it. It became. Vfall-str-et foot-balf,
tossed from band to hand hy market flueta.tions,
and its downward career liecan. Stnckteli liecame
its President, and manipulated its fortunes till his
rocket fell down like a stick. It then became the
plaything of every street speculator till it ha. finally
passeJ into the bands of Jay it u I and comes to a
dead itand still, its ships lying i.ite in tho harbor un
der writ of attaehmeot. and its credit gone. It is dif
ficult to understand such asndden and complete stop
page in tbe face of its yearly statement a few weeks
since, which doenment averred that tne Company had
cleared $11,000,000 during the past year. In that
time it has also disposed of much of its property in
Vokobam, Panama and San Francisco. Messrs.
Nicholas boning and Lloyd Tevis have purchased
their wharves, docks and warehouses in San Francisco,
and tbe Panama Kailpiad Company have purchased
their property in Panama. Yet with all this money
in hand the Cutnpany appears to be upon its last legs.
A ship is even now lying in harbor, tbc CVfy mf Pana
ma, bound for Victoria, haviug the I'nited Mates mail
in charge, and is under contract to deliver it, yet no
one knows when she may sail. A much deluded pub
lic inclines to Ihe suspicion that there is a job some
where. Whatever the truth, the moral of its story is
that such enterprise should never be allowed to ret
into the clutches of the stock-jobtiers. We trust the
affairs of tbe Company will yet be righted and its
management pass into such honest and competent
hands as guided its early career. Captain tleorge
Ur.dbary, President of the Occidental and Oriental
Steamship Company, has arrived from New York, and
we hope he may bring with biui some authority to
clear away tbe surrounding difficulties. Although
this gcntloman is a prominent officer, the interests of
the two lines arc thought to be, in a measure, identi
cal, and an impression provaits that he has been em
powered to take some pronounced steps. The issue
is awaited witb uousual interest. Alta.
NEW AD V E RT I S KM BNTS.
IN Tint MATTER OF TIIK ntSKBlPTCT
of M. T. Honnell, . voluntary Bankruptcy. Notice la
hereby given that the undersigned have been duly p
poliibMl aasixnres of the estate of M. T. llonnell, of Hono
lulu, a voluntary bankrupt, ai l tla.t .11 persons Indebted
to Sidii sasatte, ore required to pay tbe amount of Indebted
ness forthwith to sold assignee, at the oltice of Messrs. F.
T. Lenehau d: Co., Queen Street, Honolulu..
C . UARTOW,
P. T I.KNKIIAN,
Dated tbta 121b day of May, A. Dt 1STS 5'"2 tin
H.HACKFELD & CO.
IlnhilM nntl .vlorulsi.
Mil. Editor: I have been often led to consider a
habit indulged in by employees in this city,
chiefly clerks in Government employ, tbe habit of
smoking during business hours. Standing in tlie
hall of tbe Government House tbe other day, was a
gentleman, evidently iu feeble health, who seemed
to be at a loss for something, information probably,
to obtain which, he stepped up to one ot the De
partment windows aud addressed a clerk, who was
standing witli arms on tlie counter with a large
sized pine in his mouth : said clerk did not deit:ii to
remove the pipe, all the while emitting a cloud of
smoke directly ia tbe face ol tbe enquirer, until tbe
Interrogation was ended uud then removed the pipe
only to enable articulation of reply. Smoking is a
sloveoly habit, begetting a slovenly mental habit,
and as many believe a like moral habit. Can wu not
have a little reform In this matter, particularly in
public offices y Yoars against tobacco.
o n. SS J- L ES
Per Hawaiian ' Bark Ka Hoi1 !
. M. IlAKEMANy, MASTEIl,
Just Arrived from Bremen.
Editor Gazette : According to the ".4fo'i
somebody blundered in the management of our trea
ty. Whether this he true or no, we cannot say,bat it is
very evident that some additional help is required
at Washington, and it is undoubtedly tbe uuauimous
sentiment of oar community that Mr. II. A. P. Car
ter is the man required at.lbis juncture. His ex
perience and tact in the negotiation of the treaty is
well known, and wu have eoniidence tbat it can
ogain be usefully employed in oar behalf. We un
derstand that the Government are willing, if he is,
and wc therefore earnestly hope that he may be
prevailed upon to start at once for Washington.
T11E RIGHT ARTICLE FOR FAMILY USE !
More Economical tban Wood t
Wilder & Co.
Mrs. M. L. Foster
BEGS TO IXFORW THE LADIES OF
Honolulu, and the public generally, that ahe baa
A Fancy Store on Fort Street
Opposite 6. K. WUIlam'a furniture wareroom., where a
choice selection of
Goods in the Ladies line !
are to be found, also
Dress Making in the the Latest Style.
Picture Frames !
A LARUE VARIETY OF UII,T AND PLAIN
oval and square
Just received and for sale low,
a few CHOICE ClIUOMOS.
i 'nil anil examine.
H. if. WHITNEY.
OF I Ti:TIO to Foreclose n nortxng .
Whereas William UerriU executed to me, Charles It.
Bishop, a certain Mortgage Lieed of Real Estate, dated the
29tb day of March, 1873, recorded in the Itegistry of Con
veyances at Honolulu. In Litter 37, on pages 77, 7-, and 7U,
to secure pay m ml of the auui of FlTe Thousand lHjlUra,
and interest thereon, aa therein expressed : aud whereas
the conditions of sakl Mortgage have been broken : Now
I, tbe sn.nl Charles It. Bishop, do hereby give notice to tbe
said William Be r rill, and to all other persons lf any there
be) who may be interested, that It is my intention la Fore
close the said Mortgage, and to sell by pnblic auction on a
day to be more thai: three weeks from tbe date hereof, all
the land, hereditaments, and premises comprieed. de
scribed, or mentioned In tlie salt! Mortgage.
Doted this 16th day of May. 1K76.
CUAS. U. BISHOP,
i by his Attorney in foci),
JOHN II. PATY.
E. T. O'HALLOBAN,
(Solicitor for tbe Mortgagee. C93 3t.
OF imVfltl to Foreclose a Mortsffasre.
Whereas KaiwitKjexecuted to me, Michael MTInerny,
a certain Mortgage Deed of Heal Estate, dated tbe 12th
day of May, ig75, recorded In Uie Regiitry of Convey
ances at Honolulu. In Liber 43, on pages 49 and 0. to se
cure payment of the ituu ot Two Hundred and Eigbty
three Dollars, and Interest thereon, aa therein expressed ;
and whereas tbe condition i iJ said Mortgage have! been
been broken : Now I, tbe said Michael M'Inerny, do
hereby give notice to the said Kalwl , k , aad to all other
persons (If any there be) who stay be Interested, that it is
my iotenUon to Foreclose tbe said Mortgage, and to sell
by public auction, ou a day to be more than three weeks
from the date hereof, and to be hereafter advertised, ail
the land, hereditaments and premlsescompriaed, described
or mentioned In the said Mortgage.
Dated Otis ifith day of May, 1378,
M. M'INEi.N Y.
E. T, O'HALLORAX.
Solicitor for the Mortgagee. Mi 3L
OF IHTEtCTHSS to Foavrlaac at JaTortsrajre.
Wnereas PakMntanl (w) executed to me, allcbael
M'Inerny, a certain Mortgage Deed of Keal Estate, dated
the :tb day of August, IS71, recorded lo tbe Registry of
Deeds at Honolulu, In Liber at, ou pages and 47, to se
cure payment or Two Hundred DoiUrs, and interest there
on, aa therein expressed ; and whereas tbe conditions of
the said Mortgage have been broken: J Sow I, tbe said
Michael M'Inerny, do hereby give notice to the aatd Pake
aa:anl (w). and lo ah other persona (If any there be) who
may be Interested, that It b my intention to Foreclose the
said Mortgage, and to sell by public auction, on a day to
be more than three weeks from the date hereof, and lo be
hereafter advertised, all the land comprised, described, or
mentioned to the aaaa Mortgage.
Dated this lath day of May, 187 .
E. T. O'HALLORAX,
Solicitor for the Mortgagee. t.
piNK PADS, CHOCOLATE AND WHITE
GROUND PRINTS, MUSLINS,
Horrocks, Long Cloth, A 32 in. A 36 in. B
and II 38 in.
Turkey Red, Brown Cotton and Drill,
Bine Cotton Drill, Tioking, Hickory Stripes,
Cotton Sheeting, 72. 30, 90, and 100 in.
Mosquito Netting, Water-proof Cloth.
Black and Colored Merinos,
Black Cobourgi and Italian Cloth.
Barege, in all colors; Linen.
Twilled Camhrio and Sileslas,
Black Lasting, Flax Padding.
Cotton and Linoo Thread, white, black and
brown, assorted numbers.
White .'. Brown Cotton Turkish Towels, Ae,
Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, white and
turkey red :
Table Cloths, Meols Sooks,
Ladies' Stockings, assorted,
White and Brown Cotton Under:hirt, and
Merino Finished, ,
. Water-proof and Flannel Shirts,
Black Lace Shawls, Silk Umbrellas,
Plaids, Ponchos, Monkey Jackets,
FLANNEL SACKS AND PANTS,
Buckskin and Cloth Sacks and PantJ,
An Assortment of FINE SUITS,
scarlet, green, blue and white ;
White Cotton Blankets, Horse Blankets,
Light and Heavy Bnrlaps,
Woolpack, Sail Twine,
Rugs and Carpets,
Rubber Goods Carters, Suspenders, Girdles
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLES,
Bridles, Bits, and Spurs,
French and German Calfskins,
India Kabbcr Balls, Feather Dusters,
Blank Books, Blank Xotes,
Genuine Gold Leaf,
Jewelry, such as Kar Rings, Brooches, Ac.
Harmoniiaji, Massa Pipes,
- London and Meerschaum Pipes,
Genuine Eau de Cologne
Lubin's Extract's Soaps, Tooth Brushes,
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Charcoal Irons,
Washing Tubs, Gaiv. Buckets, 10 and 12 in.
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Crushed Sugar, 8ardines, etc., Ac.
Wax Tapers, Camphor, Safetj Matches,
White Zinc, White Lead, Green and Black
Berlin Blue, Hubbnrk'i Paint Oil
Jobannisbcrger, Liebfrautnmileb, Claret,
Champagne, Heidsieek's, Ac.
Sparkling Hock, quarts and pints.
Key Brand, St Paul's, Lager Beer,
Jeffrey's Ale it Porter, Bavarian Seer, qls A ptt
Cognac Brandy, Gin, Ac, Alcohol in Demijohns
CIGARS - - HAVANA & GERMAN
Fenee Wire, Kos. 4, 5 and C.
C. C. Tin Plate,, Sheet Zinc. Keg Rireti,
Oalraniied Iron Pipe, i in. in. 1 in. I) ia.
Babbitts Metal, Hoop Iron. I, , J, Ii.
Wrapping Paper, Hone Hope, ;
Cork,, Moulding, Looking Glasses A Cbromss,
Tumblers, Water Monkeys , Gambier and Catch,
Demijohns,, 1, 3 and 5 galls.. Market Baikal.,
Birch Brooms, Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Slates, Barrels aad Casks, Ac, Ac
Orders from the other Islands Carefully
For Portland, Oregon.
THK SKWLY-COPPKRI) BARK
Will have ftnick Dispatch for the above Port
For Frelsjht and Passawe. apply to
5W H. HAC'KFELO CO., A rents-
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
i The Brlaantluf
Jj'Julia M. Avery,
WitAtm AVERY, MsMter.
Will have tlnica Dipatch for above Port.
Mont of her Orrgo being engaged.
THEO. n DAVIF-. Arent.
For Freiabt. apply to
THE Al HAWAII . II A It K
i&"K A M Ol
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Frelsjbt and Faasmae. apply to
H. HACKFKIaD A .. Arentst
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
THK S I-M: Mills STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about May 23.
For Frvlfjbt and PiAAtuajtr, or any further liiformatioD,
apply t4 ".; 11. HAC.Cfc'KLD CO., Agvuta.
PACIFlTMrnlTTEATSiS COMP YS
ban ra A1VCISCO,
Australia i.nd New Zealand Line
THE SPLEXDIU STEAMSHIP
FKBItlES, t'oiuinaiiil. r,
.. run M
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Connecting at Kanilasn wttb Company' stear-ier for
AlCKL4.NI, ". Z., PUirrCllALMKUX, and Intermediate
On or about the I st of June.
For Freuibt and l-aaaaxe, and further information, apply
to (lei! II. IIACKKKLO A CO., .(ent..
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
K 31 Jk. I L. E !
WIU have rcfftilar dispatch for Kauai, as above, until
further nollce, tit" Fretgm ami Faugwutfers tuku at the
BOLL KM A CO., AaTPnts.
P. . This vessel has juft-t been thoroughly repaired,
newly coppered, aud put In In perft-ct order. 32
I I I .11 AST t: IK.
May 29th, Monday
June Sth, Monday
June 12th, Monday
June 19th, Monday
June 2Mi. Wednesday..
Circuit of Hawaii
m Circuit of I fawn.
Circuit of Kaua
On all Windward Trips the Stfnmer will leave her wharf
at 5:30; all trips to Knoat, will leave at 4 p. m. On down
trlpfi ttie Hteonu-r will not leave Kaoluolu before 8 a. m ,
Kawailiae before 10 a. if., Makena as per notice on up trip,
Mialaea Bay not before 7 a. m. Any change from the
above will be advertised.
On the trip of April -tth, fircuft of Hawaii.) tbe Hteamer
will not take Cattle from Kawnihae will leavt Kawalhae
at 9:30 a. si., Friday, April 24tb; Maalnen Hay at r. u.,
reaching Honolulu, .'Saturday, a. m., April 2'Jth.
Hut of PaNMnfX4; will bo
To or from Kaunakakal, Molokol M
To or from Lahaina, MauL. w
To or from MoaJaea, Maul
To or from Makena, MauL
To or front Mahnkona, Hawaii M
To or from Kawalhae, Hawaii
To or from Kallua, t J r., .v.; ...... o..,
To or from Knawaloa, Hawaii
To or from Hllo, Hawaii...
To or from Kaii Coast. Hawaii ,
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip
To or from any Port ou Kauai a ... .
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip ,. , n,. . -
Deck passage for natives only
JMr No redlt for PftwutYc Mn- , .
Tickets ut the oflsee ouly.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid fez. Not
responsible for unmarked Bnffgage or any Freight or J cr
eels unless receipted for.
Freight Moaoy Dae on Demand.
Ctf AnelTortwill be mode to have the Hteamer Mt
Honolulu on the evening of tbe same day she leaves M tm
SAMUEL . WILDER, Agent.
Office wltbWIIder A CO., corner of Fort Queen Streets
i it. 'i.i
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer A Co. Agents.
Merchandise received Stornce Free sod
literal caili cdraocei made on biltiiunta by thi line.
MMy C. DttlWll CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
fsvorsbio arrsDtrenienti eau alsray br
Kate for"tritr! asM iwMMSrl of Oil, Korie, Wool. Hide aii
otlier Mercltaudifre to New Bedford. Bob ton. New Turk and
ther atastern Forts. Jiar Cash Advance m4a.
Ml-ly C. BKKWEK A CO.
Tbe ITudorHlscneil doljr Murom oerore a
Justice of Supreme Court, and having two superior Berlin
Instruments U prepared to make Analysts of Sugar by
loiari-ation. Having assisted Col- Z. M. Spalding last year
to polarize his purchases of refinery snnars, be Is confident
of giving correct results.
Honolulu, March 3!t. 1170.
WM. O. IRWIN.
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
HILW tl KKF, IS ONSI V.
AaasTa, 1 , o 0,0 o o 1
The hoot si i;ssn 1. ivsiuimi:
UUMPANT in Uia World.
CHARTERED IN till.
FTaa the adrantace of Wntsra assjaa, of IntsrnL X.v.r
lost a dollar of its Secnrltiefl and oerer falls to pay its
For particulars apply at tne OfBce of
W. O. fRWIIT A CO.,
oMl 1 Airata for tne Hawaiian Islands
W. FIHC IIGR,
CASnriT MAKES, HOTEL STREET,
Seat Door to Btrsiufs Drag Share,
Furniture Made and Repaired at Reasonable Sates
Billiard Tables Repaired and Altered. Piano, nwra!, Ac.
Bi Orders from tbe otaar Islands wilt Us promptly at
ended to. MO ij
CARPENTER AND JOINER
a3Work Done Promptly. -5
Shop on Fort Bt-. aVplaaade, opposite Hoppar's Barrel
Factory. 0473 lr
WASTED TO BIT AMD BTflf A5WE ALL
kl'ida ut Foretra stamps. Tbe bklbeat caab or
eachance price piiM for Sandwich and FIJI Island suotos.
Sueels ot stamp, sent on approval.
Address to OEO. E. W.URBCU,
M7 Im" P. O. flux , Ban Francisco, rl
SAM JCA MIX!, -RECEIVED PER FAL
Unbars;' lib day, and In perfect order. For sale by
May II, I ,T3. BOIXEtt A IO.
SUPREME cnl RT aF THE UWiBU
ISLANW. In Probate, la tb master t am mm.
t.te at RX.I aiKKK. late of Hoaomns. oasaa, isSiaai 1 1. at
Cbaaibaia. besots Hon chart.. C Harrm, jsaeais mf mm
snprvnie Court lirdwof noOreef,
of .croaata. dtsjcbarre. and shaaldastra
Judd. executor of tbe wid of IOI .. tan, ut I
deceased, wherein be assta to bf saavwea fJBaRt asea
chance, bimartf with fSTfl it aad aafts tbat Ike saaao any
be examined aad approved. eid that a Heal order aaay b.
made or ICTtrmouon or tn prorery
hand. 10 the person, lailiai
a id his sureties from all further r
III. ordered, tbat MliNI'AY. the latb day mt Jane a. IX
. as 10 eJeaK a. u.. before Lt. .,id J.
bens, lo tree Coon How, at RoMfaSB
hereby la appointed as the time
oetitloti and acroaabasasst Usafaj
then and Ihere .npeelr and JMw casta, V 1
why the same should not be muted, aad
evidence sss lo who are entitled to aM pel
that ttit. onh-r. hi tbe RssjUl aed Hi
bubllahed In Ihe Hawaiian tlaavtt.
paper, printed and potwtabeil la tfonolafu. She three sor
ceeeive week, previous 10 the sum taenssn a, pus. Nit sbar
Dated at Honolulu, H. I. Uaa Itt day mt Ray. ITS.
1 rlArtl2 SA HA Kill?.
, E. Rtsassa, Depwfry clerk I
aJIPHKMr: tot It r tr THE HAWAII,!.
?T 1s1.tSDri.nn tbe Petition at K. w Lasa aaasftaa
K c. Klbby. lo Bankrepary. BrfWe Aaessessase-JuMtr.
Hants. Order of hearioa; oa uw ssniaslia ml mmmmjmm
Whereas an order bra Med tbi. day to tb. Rs Sibil I
take SMMeesaann of the property at SL C. KB-, at tb.
laland of Uahu, and to pot has cuinBi a hi 11s, rata
;.ue. ohVea. b,-ka and paper, ooove sock aad tsatt aa
tbe petition of R W. tan..'. k (Hut - safe! R C Essay
to be bat debtor In tb. amount at Four li.salmt raaa
and praying tbat. Kr certain statua ry ra m ami pen
tion named, h. be adjfHlCfst . bankrupt.
Sow therefore. It - ordrnd tbat saa oHoek at Ron
day, tb. sth day of Jane, A. a HTt, at say Caere Nee. In
Honolulu, be tbe time aa. psare She bearta tbe saM Beat,
than, aud deeUlnr the qor.Uoa ol K. C. Kabby. baak.
niptcy, U' dbmuted : and that sour, here,- bo am. .y
publlshtraj tbta order for three BsaaaB IB week, mt tb.
HawaUan llusette newanaper : aad a copr here. aad at
said petition, .ml a auuruoca to attend, be seveodaa Sbo
said K. C. ftibby. If be be fouad wtrabl Uaa K'eurl-m.;
Dated at Honululu, U. I., tba tenth day of Ray, A. D.
SRned) (HAS. C. M ARRIS,
Justice of tbe SUpresu. Court,
attest Wsiraa R. tra-L.
Clerk. Supreme Coart. MS U.
IR CHAMRERR. I lltl I lr Jl tH.i: MUt PI.
CIA I, District. It. I. In tbe matter of th. oakak at
SIU9 ell A NDI.RK or Wailuku. Maul. BsBBBR t
On readlrur Pod itllna tbo peUtb- at I A. KA KKB, eu
cutor un.ler will of lb estate of SILAS COASDUKR. of
Wailuku. Raul, decerned, aaklrur tbat be, 1...ts b. aa
aniined and approve,!, and he tUarbarre! rrom further r
apoiiatbdlty. It isorderedtbal RUN DAT. tbe ufeof Jl SC.
!-.":. at 10 a as. , al tbe Court Rous In WssBaBa. p art
apart a, tlie lime and place I
any objection, tbitt may be irfTere,! titen-to : iad alt per
sons nucrtsud arc hen l.y u.,!'rl. .1 lo illend.
AnU. FURS k.NDBR,
Ctr. J-ute. '-n.l Ju-kcsal fastest I. H.I.
lahaina. Ray tth, lalt. BR it.
IR I 11 I t tl Its. IKI I IT Jl nt.F.
IiH 1A1. District, Han Mliail laiuxla. In
of the Estate .., K. sKFKUY. of ft I, lit baa.
i In readina; and tllinit the petl Hon of J AS. Sal YTt
WM. SAFFKRY, the Executors of Ibe Wm uf K.
FERY. of I'lupalakua. Raul, deceased, aaklna thai
..counts be ' lanilne,! and approved ; tbat they be das
chanted, ami that the property be dtetrtbawd oprordMa to
l be said Will. It La ordered that MATl'kDAT. tbo 3a at
JURE, VH4, at a at. at t'lupalakita. he set apart aa ia.
lime and place for hearth add petition, aad aay otdeeBaasa
11. al may ! otrere.1 therein t aad .11
arc hereby uotlQest to attend.
Circuit Juibfe, -id Iu.l ri.1 I
labalna, Ray tmt, lsTu
l.t CHAWIIFKH. IK, ITT Jl DUE Jml JL
R Dlt'IAI. Iikstrk't. Ilswallan Island. In the
of tba Kstate af THUS. J. WILstlXsoS. of CtB
On hearing and dltna; tbe petition of JASfs SVYTH.
aaklnk that an Administrator br appointed ea tbe tasH
uf runs. J. Wlt.Klssos, of I iDyalakaa, Raa. de.
ceaaed. Pub'lc notice ia hereby given to all whom It aaay
concern, th.l SATURDAY. J t' S K ltd, ISJS. dBaa,
at t'lupalakoa, to art apart aa the time and flare Sue bear
Ins; said petition, and any objection, tbat aray ko oB rod
dlcaal D-trkrt. til.
Lahaina. Ray id, 117.
l'PREJIE KII KT - Its
3 llankruph-y nf KDWAKll KVKR-TT.
EDWtRD Evaatrrr, of Honolulu, having cat
tbe Honorable Charles c. Harris, Ju.hr of tbo
Court, and declared BR BsBR a Ibsakrupt, aa
Sectkm '.'.' of tbe llvll Code : It wu tbi. day
tbe said Justice that Hominy, tbe RM tay of Ray
at l o cluck am., al tne court Hooiu or the
Court, at AlUolanl ll. uae. Honolulu, be lb tune
for all creditor, to prove their debea. and Satan m
any there be why tbe at ud Kdward Kveretl sic uUI
diH-rveil bankrupt. And It was further ordered
of .aid hearing ' piihilshed In the I taw ,ibui
three consecutive week.. By order of
J..o K. It
Deputy (JBB i
Honoiulll, :tth April, is;t.
IV THK NIPHERE CIS I RT OP THI It t
a i 1I l-s.A lie,, ll.lm.
or tb VPrtl term.
ivorre. haieo iwi ra. axaaapa (bt
(elflbday of April. 117.
Itled label fur Ilvoree. II toa
VOaS. fr,.m th.- ..nd f I
' tb. sab! Kale, iw), for i
M Kaalhapo (k, la as a
id sit month. Imoi Ibe dot of In..
In tb abo'
that a decree
entered In fa
adultery of l
after the exu
decree, upon compltonc with the
-litis, I. nt i-auHe siuiit aMM r to I
And tbe lile-Itant la ordered lo i
of this order III tbe Hawaiian lb ell aad K
papers lor six auccenalve week., the Br
within one month from tb. date af I
persons lulrrestcd may within .It month show raasss why
sold decree should uot be made abeajsat. By tb Caaart,
t-B) WALTER R. SEAL,
I hereby certify that the forgoing U . I
copy of tbe original decree in the above entitled r
on nle in tbe clerk's lifnce or the swprean. Coast or th.
Hawaiian lalunda. A. wttaew, my h..il tXas 17th day of
April. A.D., 1,7ft, at Hon. tutu, of ll.hu. H.I.
WALTER R. SaLSX.
BM If Clerk, saprena Coarv
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Pickets Rough aad Fancy.
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