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vi rnoKii i
ni Inlnni Palnor.
a Saturd' tbe Si instant.
Hi Nwfti received at I lani
mander J. X.
wb iaua-taenl to II. Majesty- tbe following officers
-f that rtif.
8ui , W. J. Simon, f. S. K : P. A. Enpineer.
I Ar-dradr. T .S. V: P. A. Paymaster. H. T.
f S.N : Lieatenaot J.X. Heeapniil. U.S.K.
Hi Majesty ii attrndcl on tb ii oecasi. n ty H.
R. H. rra-a-'w. P. I,eleibku. II w Highness Chas.
fsaaaiba. Hi Exr-cllener W. L. lireen, Minister of
Faawa Aim : Hit Kxeellearv W. I.. Moehouua,
WattT of Ietcnor : Hi Ei. J. S. Walker, Minister
i Fmmrnet : Uu. Ei. VY. 11. Cattle. Attorney liene
ral Ilia Ex. J. 0. isoeaiBi , iioeeroor of Oaiin ; His
Ex. J. M. bHMi isorernor of Maui; P. Kanna,
. r-i. r : Kaui . II ii '. dtrev I'.bo.l.". .1. M.,tt
.Saaitk. J. Maaaeali. '. Kahanu. U. T. Martin. John
)-araT. F. W. Ifeekler, Eaa., Hi- Majestv' Cham
!;. ii ....Ii. Marv l;..l.inroii, Ma
;. taeo. Maeiarlarir. Chan. T. Uulick.
Oa faxtarday Ian tbe 3d instant, at 1 o'clock r, a.,
fler Mm? mi received at lolani Palace, the following
Mr. T. r.. Halri. of r.altimore, I'. S. ; Mrs. A.
K. Csieai. of Washing-ion, I . B. Mr. B. B. Kicb
arata. of Alkatjy. B. (-. ; Mrs. W. 11. 'Parker, af
VTaabiaj-t.i.. V. S. ; Mr. 0. C. Unntlrj, of Waali
i art as. 1 . S. Mr, ll. Iselehantr, of San r'raneise.i,
ail a akuB were utrodaecd to Her Majeaty by Hi
i.x. II. A. Peiree, D. B. Minister IlesiJcri.
Trealy keiwm A(ro-lIuBsrary
aad litis, ..n.
Ill Ms.icrtr tar Emperor of Anuria, King of I: .
lareaie. etc.. and Apostolic K mf. of Hungary on the
i. part, and Hi Majesty tlie King of tbe Kingdom
" 4 tae Hawaiian llaod, on tlie other part being
;u.. at. mated by the desire of regulating and cx
1 idiag tae commercial relation and of iromotiog
rae facilities of navigation between their respective
.Lrj P-MaajMons. Lavt resolved to e-jticiuJe a
7raaty for thai .urj.(-c and have named for their
1 'ssaaipiileatiaraa thai i to Bay :
Hi las penal aad Royal Apostolic Majety : the
waat I lad nek Fenlinaod de Beast, Hit Imperial
: . i. a. Ma;et; m Qtatalierlait.. Priry Councillor,
AsaaWsaesaata Lx traorvj uaa r v al the Court of St. James.
Irraad Crwaa of the Order of St. Stephen, and of that
. I Leopold, etc., : and Hi Majeetr the King of tbe
Ktagdeea af the Hawaiian Islands : Manley Hopkins,
La-. His Hawaiian Majesty' Cbarge'd Affaires and
Ceajl-tsaral in London, a Knigbt Commander of
tae Order of Kamebaaaeba I., and of Isabella la Ca
Xaiaea. who after baring communicated to each other
.- pectin lull power, found to be in aaai unj
J nper tuna, bare agreed upon and concluded tbe fol
. jw :r r ArtscaM.
Aari. Li I .There ahall be perpetual peace and
:'rBndbi between tbe A astro-Hungarian Empire and
taw Kingdom of the Hawaiian Islands, and between
I m c ituteai of tLt i wo countries, a itbout exception of
1-eraoB. ana piece.
Aaei. IfJ r There shell be between tbe Austro
liBBgarua Empire and tbe Kingdom of tbe Hawaiian
laaxsads, raciprucxl freedom of coinmorce and uuriga-
xassx, uu tne ciuxcns ol tae Austro-nungarian Lm-
re aa the Hawaiian Islands, and Hawaiian-, within
tae Empire of Austria Hungary ma' enter with their
vMJi and cargoes into all planes, ports and rivers,
which arc, or shall hereafter be oen to foreign com -Kkjswe
with tbe tame liberty and security as are or
xuay he enjoyed by the native of each country re
rpectisely, always provided that the police regula-
.tn i t t ti.t i rf-si ri at i -d ol j.cji-t uud
atawd order shall be duly repecied.
Asmt tX 2. The cilixens of tbe two high contrxct
...f parties raay, like tbe natives in tbe respective
terrrturiee, travel, reside, trade wholesale or retail,
and txeauvact any lawful business and rent or occui.v
tue bouse, storre or shops wbicb they may require
for the purpose of residence or business, and in tbe
iraaaactiwa of eewry baainea ahall be on a perfect
juality with the natives of tbe country. In the per
! .nuance of all business, tbe cilixens of each coutract
ing faaata-r when resident in tbe territory of tbe other,
shall conform to all the law and regulations of the
e -antry aad they shall not be subject in any case to
aay ether charges, restrictions, taxes, or impositions
t nan those to which tbe natives are subject.
Asmi Li . The citizen of each high contracting
any when resident in tbe territory of the other shall
j y the moat constant and complete protection for
xlaaar persons and property, and for this purpose they
i .a. nai t Tree anu easy access to tbe court ol jus
tNas, provided by law, in pursuit and defence of their
right. They ahall be at liberty In employ lawyers,
a isocate. or agent to prosecute or ditfend their
rights before such court of justice. In lact they
ahall enjoy in this respect all the rights and privile
ge which are granted to natives and eball be subject
t tne same condition.
AwTK LX Ii, Tbe ciuxcns of each high contracting
party wben resident in tbe territory of the other shall
Ut exempt from all aervice, whether in tbe army or
t-.i; wr in the national guard or militia and shall be
exeenpt from all forced loan and from every extra-
-dinary contribution not general and by law catab
KM AemCL . The moat entire liberty of conscience
ll guaranteed to citixens of each of tbe high contract
it g parties within tbe territories of the other no one
euall he molested on aeeount of bis religion or the ob
li n aaiww thereof.
AamcLC . The citixeca of each of the high coot-acting
parUesVball in the territory of tbe other hare
tt right of acquiring and possessing property of
ti.m ana xn.d, whether the iimc be real
1 property, and may diapoae of tbe aame as
tnem neat, whether by sale, donatioo,
rill, or in aay other way, also tbe citizen
f aetaaer sir the tare States may become heirs to prop
erty, muated in tbe other, aad may succeed without
i Milan to the properties that may derrlre upon
Uaa, aad diapoae of the same according to their
I leauaare aad aacb hairs or legatees shall not be aub
l.eted to aay charge or be bound to pay any expen
I I a aiaeceasi .n or otherwise hicuc-r tha'ti !h."sc wind,
ahaall he borne ia like ease by the natire themselve.
AamcLC All vassels sailing under the reapec
I re flags of either of the high contracting parties and
which ahall be bearer of the ship's papers and docu
zuval re-iairad by the law of tbeir respective coun
tries), ahall be taken and considered to be the vessels
of the country whose flag they carry.
Abticlu e-Vessel of either of tbe high contract-
ing parties arriving in the ports of the other, or de
i arting from them, shall not be aubjected to other or
Ltgfser dutie of tonnage, light-houses, anchorage,
iirt emerge, government wharfage, pilotage, quar-
or otner cnarget, unoer any denomination
eat than those to which national reasel may
it neing nowever expressly unde-stood
t .at o. stipulation ia this treaty made, (ball be taken
a applying to tbe eoaatiag trade, which each con
I -acting party reserves to itself, respective: v. and will
rtsgalate aeeording to it own law.
Aartcu It). Articles of all aorta imported into or
expected from the porta of either of the contracting
partaee under tbe flag of the other, ahall pay no other
. - higher duties or ne subjected to any other charges
thaa if imported or exported under the national flag.
Abticlk 11. Vaaael of one of the contracting
) artaa. Compelled to aeek abelter in tbe pons of
tie otner. snail pay nenncr on the vessel nor
, more dutie than those levied on national
in the rame situation, prorided that aucb
a n commerce, and delav no Ioniser in
porta, than may be required for tbe
parpaee whirr, impelled tnem to aeek abelter.
ArrirLC II. Aanro-Uungarixn ships of war or
w hale ships ahall hare free aoceat to all tbe Hawaiian
pacts, to aaehor. he repaired aad victual their creuc,
aad they aaay proceed from one harbor to another for
t-wk proration. In all the port which are or may
to aaaaaf to foreign vaaaels. Aaatro-Hnagarian abipa
at war aad whaler ahall be subject to the aame rules
. bark are or may he imposed oa, and ahall enjoy all
the aaaae right aad privilege which are or may be
i ranted to ship of the most favored nation.
Aarivtt 13. law two high contracting parties
rrebv agree that any faror, pnrilege or immunity
Lai soever in matters of commerce or navigation
which cither contracting party has granted, or may
1 etesxfber grant to the aubjeetr or alliens of aay other
ataxia, ahull he extended to the subject or eitixeaa of
I be nltuar eoatraeting parly gratuitously, if the eoa-e-aawxaa
ia faror of tbe other state ahall hare been gra
i suaaaxa, or ia return for a compensation as nearly aa
; aaaihla of psoseastiiiuata value aad effect, to be ad -.
usied hy mutual agreement, if the eoneeaaion ahall
i re heea conditional.
A itm-La 14. Each of tbe two contracting parties
raay appoint Cooaul. V ice consuls and Consular
agwBU to reside ia the territory of the other for the
urpoo of the protaclioa of commerce, bat before aay
Coaxed shall enter apon his functions, hs ahall first
i-bsaaa the aathoritatioa of the government to which
he at aaaat ; either of tbe contracting parties aaay ex-
eil from tbt residence of Consuls aucb particular
r may think flt to be excepted, it being
pally wall Imrsaec an v re-
whxrh ia not common in tbe country to all
on named formed a part of the ship' crew, and this
reclamation being there substantiated, tbe surrender
shall not be refused. All aid and assistance shall be
gieen for the discovery and arrest of soeb deserters
who shall be detained in the prisons of the country at
tbe request and cost of those who shall claim them
until they may be restored to tbe vessel to which they
belonged, or sent back to their own country. If
however they shall not be restored to tbe vessel from
which Ibey deserted or sent back to tbeir own country
witbin six months from tbe day of arrest, nr if the
party causing such arret and imprisonment shall not
defray the expenre thereof, the deserter may be set
at liberty and shall not be arret ed thereafter for tbe
same cause. However, if the deserter shall have com
mitted any rriuie or offence against the laws of the
country where he is. his release shall not take place
until a competent tribunal shall bavegnen judgment,
and that judgment lie carried into cxeeation. It if
however understood that seamen, natives of either
coontry who shall desert the vestel of either party,
within the teretWies nf tbeir own country shall be
accepted from this arrangement and treated accord
injs : tbe law of tbeir own country.
And it is formally agreed between tbe two con
tracting parties tbat every other favor or facility
granted or to be granted by either to any other party
tor tbe arrest of deserter, shall also be granted to the
present contracting panics as fully as if they had
formed part ol the present treaty.
Artrici.R 17. All o'leratiuut pertaining to the sal
vage of vessels carrying the hag of either of the con
tracting parties stranded or wrecked upon the coasta
of either of the contracting partiea shall be superin
tended by the re pee tire Consular Agents ; but if tba
fiersons interested be on the ipot. or the captain pos
sess adequate powers, the administration of tbe wreck
shall be committed to them. Tbe intervention of tbe
local authorities Eball only be applied to the mainte
nance of order, ha guarantee tbe right of the salvor
if tbey do not belong to the btp-wreclied crew and to
insure the execution of the measures to be taken for
the entry and departure of the saved good. In the
abeeeoc, and until the arrival of tbeConsular-Agents,
tbe local authorities will take the needful steps for tbe
protection oT iersoos and prterty wrecked. The
good aaved shall never be subjected to customs or
other duty unless tbey arc disposed of for home con
sumption. Articlr IS. The ship's merchandise and effects
belonging to tbe reeetive citizens wbicb may have
been taken by pirates or Conveyed to or found in tbe
ports of either of tbe contracting parties shall be de
livered to their oauers on payment ol the expenses,
should there be such, the amount tu be detennined by
the competent tribunals wbcu the rights of the pro
prietors shall be proved belorc the tribunals and tbe
claim being made within the space of eighteen months
by tbe interested parties, by their Attornies, or by
the Agents of their respective governments.
Auticlk IV. The present shall be in force for ten
years counting Irom the day ol tbe exc.iange ol tbe
ratifications and if in one year after the expiration of
this term, neither the one nor the other of tho two ex
tracting parties sliall have announced by official dec
larations its intention that it shall cease to bavc effect
the said treaty will remain still obligatory during one
year and so onward until the expiration of tbe twelve
months which shall follow the official declaration in
question at whatever time it ma.i be made.
Article 211. Tbe present tre ity shall be ratified,
and the ratifications shall be exchanged at London in
ten months or sooner if possible.
In witness wbereof the respective Plenipotentiaries
have signed the same and affixed thereto tbeir respec
Ilone in London, this eighteenth dayof June in tbe
year of our Lord, uue thousand eight hundred and
a 1 tvatrar.
S.J MAM.F.Y Hol'alNS.
And, whereas, we vave fully examined all the ar
ticles thereof, we have conGrmed and ratified the
foregoing treaty, and we do confirm and ratify tbe
ssrue, in tbe most cfli dual uia'iner, promising on our
faith and word as king, (or us and our successors, to
fulfill aud observe it faithfully aud scrupulously in
ull lis clauses
In faith whereof we bare signed this rati
fication with our own hand and nave
affixed thereto the (treat Seal of our
Kingdom, (liven at our palace at llo
l. 8. bolulu this sixth day of December,
one thousand eight hundred and
sevcnty-fiie, and in tbe second year of
By the King,
W. L. Green, Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Now, all persons arc hereby untitled tbat the said
treaty is a part of the law of this kingdom, and ia to
be regarded us sucb.
L. to J vt . Li. URr.cn,
Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Office, June 2d, 1876.
committee of which the Hon. E. Preston is
chairman, investigated the whole matter most
thoroughly, oxamining numerous witnesses,
and devoting a whole week to ihc task.
The committee reported on Thursday the
25th ttrt. and it was voted to consider the re
port in Committee of the Whole, whjch was
accordinglv done on Friday last. After con
siderable discussion, and the usual amount of
empty verbiage, the motion to indefinitely post
pone was carried. On Saturday His Ex. the
Attorney General moved to reconsider, sup
porting his motion by a speech, to which the
Hon. Simon Kaai responded, saying it was not
right that Mr. Xankana should be punished for
the sins of the judges of election. As if it
could be a punishment to a man to deprive him
of that to which he has no claim. Snch evi
deuces of a lack of power, on the part of one of
the most intelligent of tho native members, to
clearly appreciate a simple matter like this,
shows the utter absurdity of this people at
tempting to legislate for themselves. As long
as the legislators arc willing to be guided and
influenced by the superior intelligence and
clear-headedness of their white friends, just so
lung will they manage to keep afloat, but the
instant they attempt lo cut adrift and rely on
themselves alone, they will find themselves
stuck deep in the mud.
The motion to reconsider was lost by a large
majority, and Mr. Xaukana remains in the seat
of the member for Waialua, an exponent of the
shameful acknowledgment of the Assembly
that the will of the majority, on Hawaii net
means trickery, frand, and villiany on the part
of the few.
S H(KL Xotick. Thf regular annuitl examination of
tlie tJovernmcnt, RugUriu Day srhtmls. hi Monolt.li). will
he lieM luri;ir tlie en-tiii.c Dsontli of June, as follows.
Wediiefulay June Ttli at VaTt .Siret-t School.
Thunarlay June HI), at ltuyal :..:
Friday June i'tli, at IVhukaina Qkfei School.
The examinations, to W'bich tbe 1'ubik is invited, will
hecln ut '.) o'clock a. m. on each of the iluyn tiaxned : and
the summer vuctiot) W"I continue till Tuesday, August
1st, I87G, from winch date a new term will tregin.
fij order of the lioard of Kducatiun.
W. J as. smith. Secretary.
AUiolani Hale, May 23rd. 167G. h'Ji 31
AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rUItUSIIEI) AND EDITED ItY
II E N R V M . WHITN E V.
WEDNESDA Y. JUNE 7.
Cokgbkss had not taken an3' further action
on the reciprocity treaty up to the latest advices
from Washington by tlie mail steamer, which
was the 23d of June. It was reported as having
gone to the Senate for its concurrence, but of
this we sec no authentic advices. It is some
what strange that no telegraphic despatch
came through from the Hawaiian Minister,
giving the exact position in which the treaty
stood, or in which house it was at the sailing
of the steamer.
aYatcL Ii. Tin Diplomatic Agent. Conaala
reowraU Coavawls, Vio consuls aad Consular Agcnta
of Awatrta-Haaagaarj ia the Hawaiian islands, shall cn
;y all th rifhu, prirUcgcs, iaatnanitie and exeinp
tasaxa arsjaywd by the Diplomatic Agents, Consuls
ww-cawawi. aad Consular Agents of the same rank,
laataegiaxg to the most favored nation, and the same
hall to the poaitaaa ia Autna-Hungary or the Ha
araxiaa IrinloeuaiK Agent. ConaaU-Oeaaral, Consuls ,
View aaaaala and Ccaenlar Agent,
Aemct 1C The Consols, Vice-consuls aad Con
i alar Agent ef either tbe contracting partiea residing
TiUan the tc lis err of tbe other, mav require tbe aa
raaaaaawa af the local authorities for the eearch, arrest,
isntiii aad laapriaoeaaeot of the deserters from tbe
.bin f war or merchant reaaela of their country.
or Lhxa f say asm they ahall apply to the competent
1 asttoritie ta
ia writing, proving by tbe exhibition
awtattoriBaJil rlmaainl, that the per-
Thebe can, however, be very little doubt
that the reciprocity treaty is now a law in the
United States. Tlie Senate could not take long
to act on it, having fully disenssod it last
spring. As Congress closes this session
on the 1 2th inst., it is more probable that the
law to give effect to the treaty has already
been passed, and signed by President Grant
Like any other law not having a date fixed in
it, it will take effect on the date of its publica
tion, which will be immediately after it has
been signed. Here the treaty can only take
effect, when proclaimed, which will be very
soon after the above news has been received
from Washington. Supposing that its publica
tion took place there to-day, the bark D. C.
Murray, leaving Han Francisco on the 10th
inst., and due here on the 25th, will bring the
news. Or it may arrive by some vessel a few
days ahead of her. The mail steamer from San
Francisco will be due here June 27th.
Tuere is no appropriation asked for by tho
Government which will prove of more genuine
utility to the nation at large if granted, than
the sum of $13,000 for the Government Survey.
This work is of great importance, and if com
pleted with the same system, care, and talent
which have been exercised upon it thus far, its
advantages will be incalculable. As a speci
men of what the work will be we would refer
to the map of the Island of Oahu just com
pleted, and now on exhibition in the Bookstore.
It is about 5G inches I13' 3C inches in size, and
is drawn on the scale of 1-00,000, or nearly
one mile to the inch. Every large laud, or
tihujiua't, is correctly laid down, and also many
of the small grants, tVi's, and kuleannn. The
hydrography of that region embraced between
Diamond Head and the entrance to Pearl River,
is also given. The map exhibits all the origi
nal titles of the more important divisions of
land, and therefore forms an invaluable index
to the Land Commission awards. We trust
that this national work will be allowed to
proceed unhampered by a lack of necessary
funds. That it is conducted with the greatest
possible economy may lie inferred from the
fact that in the United States the stun of
SlOO.000 jer annum is required for the public
surveys, while here the same work is cttected
at an expenditure of but $12,552 in two years
The effort which is being made by ono or two
members to break up this systematic survey,
and return to the old plan of a haphazard and
indeendent survey of the different lands re
maining unsurvcyed, is unworthy of intelli
gent representatives, and should not be sus
tained by those who desire to see the public
lauds correctly surveyed.
oil action taken to secure the reciprocity treaty
was discusssd throughout Monday in commit
tee of the whole without result. It would seem
to be more graceful after refusing to place tho
treaty before the Assembly not to ask an ap
proval and endorsement of all action in. the
matter. If it is desirable to obtain an expres
sion of approval of the treaty from the Assem
bly, it can be done by almost a unanimous
vote by a resolution; That this Assembly ap
proves of the reciprocity treaty with the Uni
ted States of America. The resolution pre
8cnted by the noble, gives the opposition
enough of a handle to question the method by
which the treaty was secured, when, as we
believe, there is no room for question.
The Hon. Mr. Kauai, speaking in favor of
the resolution, said that he was not afraid of
the treaty, that the United States had never
injured this kingdom, while other errantries
had. He asked the Hon. members to coriaider
the influences by which they had been trained
and educated, all secured by free will offerings
from the people of the United States, that this
kingdom might be called the child of America,
and he could not believe that a parent would
hurt its offspring. He referred to his district
as one capable of large development by tho
expenditure of 10,000 to turn water onto large
tracts of land suitable to the growth of sugar
cane. This can be done under the treaty, and
not otherwise. And it is not impossible that
the treaty may benefit that one district, in su
gar and rice culture, to the extent of a hun
dred thousand dollars annually.
Appropriation Tor Military.
The suggestion has been thrown out that
the celebration of tbe final ratification of the
treaty might appropriately be merged with
that of the Fourth of July, which ought this
year to be somethiug a trifle more grand than
usual. Our thought is this whenever tlie news
regarding the treaty shall be received, let as
have an impromptu demonstration a salute of
38 guns, ono for each state in the Union, ring
ing of the church bells, with a torchlight pro
cession and illumination. These may appropri
ately take place on the day of the receipt of the
news, or tbat following, if received too late in
The Fourth of July this year must not be
allowed to pass except with a display worthy
of the occasion. It will be the oue hundredth
anniversary of American Independence, and
every American should and will take pride in
honoring the day in a way that it has never
before been honored among us. Aud in order
to prepare well for the occasion, and to carry
out the programme as it should be carried out,
the preliminary arrangements cannot be made
too soon. A meeting should be called soon
for this purpose.
The action of the Legislative Assembly last
week and the week previous, on tlie report of
the Judiciary committee, declaring the election
of Mr. Naukana of Waialua to be illegal, is the
most disgraceful thing which it has been our
lot to record during the present session. The
Since our last record of the sayings and do
ings of the Legislative Assembly the resolu
tion expressing a want of confidence in the
Ministry, because of their refusal to bring the
Reciprocity treaty before the Assembly, has
been decided by the defeat of the resolution by
a strong majority, a full two-thirds.
During the debate the Hon. member from
Waimea, Kauai, J. Kauai, expressed the
opinion that tho mover of the resolution was
actuated by personal considerations ; that there
was evidently a personal difference between
the mover and the Minister of Foreign Affairs
and that he should vote with the Minister when
the time came.
Thursday, the report of a committee on un
paid bills of the Assembly of 1874 was up for
consideration, and after a protracted debate
tliv report was adopted and the bills have been
paid. To gentlemen of ordinary sensitiveness
the discussion of the item for lunches would
have been quite unpleasant. It may be re
marked that several of the members of 1874
were returned to the present Assembly ; that
they partook of the dainty viands of mine host
Herbert throughout the session of 1874, at an
expense to the nation of a dollar a day each,
without murmur or protest, and after two
j-eare reflection are found picking over the
items of the account with the same relish that
they jiecked at boneless turkey and devilled
crab. The whole matter is one of Unte, and
we may congratulate the people that a better
economy has so far prevailed, that members
now pay for their own custards.
An effort has been made to oust the Hon. S.
M. Karuakau, one of the members for Hono
lulu. The reason assigned beintr that his ill
ness was of a nature to prevent his attendance
during the session. Members from other isl
ands spoke with considerable feeling on the
resolution, in fact became almost pathetic when
they dwe't upon the wrong inflicted uponhe
gentlemen who occupy from day to day, the
seats outside the railing. It is a fact that Ho
nolulu is thus deprived of one-fourth of her
representation. The patriot who occupies the
seat, or, more properly speaking, who cannot
fill the seat, has been waited upon by a com
mittee, who used their best efforts to present
to him the propriety of evincing a spirit of
resignation ; but the sturdy old historian and
orator hinted at reasons much more substan
tial from his point of view why he should
hold hard to his chair. Just here we may re
mark that most differences of opinion arise from
tbe fact tbat we stand upon different points of
survey. For ourselves we may say that we
have not felt hurt in person or property because
of lack of quantity of representation ; it is
simply a matter of quality.
On Monday, His Ex. the Minister of Foreign
Affairs offered a resolution : That Wednesday
be set for the consideration of tlie general sub
ject of Immigration. The Hon. Mr. Preston
moved to lay tbe resolution upon the table
until the select committee who have under
consideration, Mr. Asen's mission in quest of
Chinese laborers, make a report. The motion
to table prevailed by a vote of 22 to 9. It is
evident that immigration is the cloud which
threatens to overshadow the Ministry, and,
though no bigger than a man's hand now, it
promises to overspread the Assembly very
shortly. The arrival of the bark Wm. H. Besse
with the first fruits of tbe Ministerial policy
will doubtless add interest to the proceedings
of tbe Assembly.
The resolution of the Hon. Mr. Kapena,
noble, tbat the Assembly approve and endorse
There is no proposed appropriation in the
estimates of the Minister of Finance for the
next two years which meets with stronger
disapproval than that of $58,810 for the sup
port of military. Our standing army is a per
fect farce. In times of peace and quietness
the influences emanating from the barracks are
unhealthy and demoralizing, and in case of in
testine disorders the army forms an clement of
danger instead of safety.
The Royal Band is the only redeeming fea
ture alKiiit the standing army. It is univer
sally acknowledged to be a most useful and
beneficent institution, and the seven or eight
thousand dollars which it costs per annum, is
noney which no one can say is wasted. It
furnisbe-t tbe city with a never failing recrea
tion of the highest and most artistic order, and
is one of the" greatest attractions of the place
to tourists, who would often find the dulness
here quite unsupportablc were it not for some
For the purposes of maintaining order, and
gratifying the fondness for parade, which is
universal, and it is idle to think of suppressing
wholly in this kingdom, we have several well
drilled volunteer companies, the members of
which devote a good deal of their leisure time
to increasing their efficiency, asking nothing in
return but that the Government provide them
with arms and uniforms. An appropriation of
5,000 per annum for this purjiose would prob
ably be ample, besides forming a contingent
fund for emergencies.
We would advocate the appropriation of the
sum of $25,000 for the biennial tqrm, for the
support of the Band, and the encouragement of,
volunteer companies, and not a cent for a
11 as ii , ... . ...
maiming army, anti we nciievc 111 this we
will be generally sustained.
The Clifucsie Question.
F.T. LENEHAN & CO.
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JOSEPIT R0SSER, MASTER,
DrEOV ORABIH'T Till: 911 Jt'LT NEXT.
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Best Bar Iron, assorted stars :
ileal sheet Iron, assorted sizes ; Pig Iron,
A FI.VEASSOHTXESiT INVOICE OF SJHTH
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
Tins H Lit.' I-rad, Tins White Ziac raint,
Tina Uenulne lUd Lead,
Tina Black anil Blue TalntB,
Drums Boiled Unseed Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH I
BEST III, Ks.M I I II COAL,
BEST STEAM COAL.
AunenJed Fenelnff Wire, NMttM sixes,
(ialvauUM 1 '.:..,- Wire, all Hizea,
U.ilvuiU.-J Buckets, aborted sixes.
A General Assortment of Supe
Fancy Prints, White Cottons.
Handkerchiefs, Ulnghaiim, Ouatumes, assorted,
Tweeds, assorted ; Broadcloths, Coatings,
ALSO, A FULL ASSOBTMli.NT OF
Brandies, In Cases and Casks;
Geneva, in Cases and Casks;
Geneva, in Baskets:
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKIES, in case
and cosk ;
SUPERIOR PORT, SHERRIES, In cue and
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia md New Zealand Line
For San Francisco
THE FINE AMERICAN BARK
MARY BELLE ROBERTS
CAPT. L. a OBEY,
WILL HIVE QUICK DISPITCH FOR THE IBOVE PORT
r First clam arcorrimoilaUons for Pasn-snffrrs In It
and 2d Cabin, and Htrerage.
For I'txasaa;-?, apply to
ill II. HACKFELn A CO., srsnu.
CITY OF SYDNEY!
Will LsOAVO Honolulu,
., ... ..I..I1. .......
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W.
Conner-tins; at Kamlara wttb Companr atssaner for
Al'CKLANil. N. Z-, POKTCH.VLMKli-. and Intermedial
On or about the 27th of June.
For Freight and "assas;, and further InfnrmsUon, apply
O Ml II. IIACKFKLII A CO., Agent.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
WILL LEIVE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRANCISCO
On or about June 20.
For Freight and Passage, or any further information.
apply to 11. IIACXFELD A CO., Agents.
limii 1 Pacltot.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
K A. 1E A. 1 L E !
It I HI. I ;. MAMTElt-
Will have regular 'dispatch for Katial. m above, until
further notW, Freight ntl liiaeiigt-r! Inkeii at tbe
1 l RATES.
BOLL EM t mi., Agents.
P. 8. This vpmpI lias lust been thoroughly iTDuinM.
newly coppered, ant put hi In perfect ortlur. S '3
SI PBF..1K COI BT OF TUB HAWAIIAN
lsi.AM.-i. in re Bankruptcr of R. C KIBBY,
B. C SIBBT, of Honnrnlti, rearing Wn thai iar ad
Jmllcaled a Bankrupt at a hearing before Mr. Jaaaxt
llarrki on petition of it- W. tarav, It ra thai aar orrtertal
that nolle. gtren to the cmtttors of said Kaak a
present their r latins ami prove ibslr ilebta. aocl ihauaaaa
publtTMtioo ba made for three socceaMre aaha as that
.fatie bi now given that THTK3DAY. Us W.a tar f
Jt'N K. i n . KT1, at 10 o'clork a. at, at tile Coon ttoaaa
of th Supreme Coort. al AllkJani Hooee. HooohiiD. be
the time ami place for all such creditors to appear aal
pre- sen 1 sold claims.
By order of Coon,
WaLTKR B, r .
Honolulu, sin itnjr June. 197a.
tV ntU COt" RT or THE HAWAIIAN IB.
Ts l.A.N l.s. In pmhate. In tba mailer of eatale of
M. KtiUKKTMOM. dereeatrd, aad s aanlsaashla a
minor a order to Jiow cause on application uf
for order of sale of real eatal.
Oa reading and riling the petition of Mr. H. tt. 1
rirrumi ol me win ami guardian or the peraoi
prnrof AUraaoder. Florence ami lirace Robert,
praying for an order of sal of certain real estate s,
to isiaie aim to aui.1 warn ami setting f nil i
reass.iia "j aucn real eataa asaaaaaf saaaaavj.
It la hereby ordered, that tbe neat ol kin at the mLi
wanl. and ail persona Interested in the saud euate Bill
before Ihl. Court on Ml. N HAY. lb r.fih daj of Jl . kT.
r. ...... iv uciuca, a. ., at toe Court i
lUUIl 111 Honolulu, till
order should not be g
Anu MM further ordered, that a copy or thai order tm p. te
lls m-t! for une week la Hawaiian l.Jiette before the
day of hearing, a newspaper pii'iHshcd In sold Honolulu
l&ted Honolulu, U. Stb May. lara.
i II is. c. II Willi-.,
Jostle of the supreme i nan.
Attest: WatTaa B. 3aau flert. .w It
mere to mow cause why aa
SI rUF.MSM OCBT-IX RRMATTKB 1.1 rill:
bankruptcy of KHWAKU KVKItKTT 1 "aa
order laeued by Mr. Justice H arret, w herein K4 Keerell
waa duly olJu.tarat.-d ua a Bankrupt I berehv 1T notice
thai ritl'K.sL.Al . tuesih HAY of JI.NK.A. 1 lata rr..u
9 to 13 Noon ei net for the l realtor who bare aaaij
tbe claims loeer flwj to meet anu elect t.ieir . L,
said matter, al the clerk . udlre la supreme Coart
. WALTltK It. HKML.
' . . Chief Clerk of Ibe supreme Coort
llonalulo. BayMta Ut. 1 il4
1 H I M COIBT OF THE HAWAIIAN IN.
I. v. l.s. Third Judicial HisuKtt la probate AM
SI I'I KIOIt
quarts and pints;
BEST I Mil A PALE ALES, Quart and Pints.'
aaCEWAX'N POUTER, Quarts and pints;
BASS ALE, Quarts and Huts.
SALES MADE TO ARRIVE
It is very rarely that a journal making any
pretentions to honor, veracity, and dignity, de
means itself to such an extent as was done by
the Pacific Commrcial Advertiser two weeks
since, by the publication of a leader headed
" shall we introduce more Chinese ?" In imi
tation of certain fanatical journals in California,
who, for political purposes have raised a howl
against the Chinese race, it thinks to curry
favor with our mechanics by slandering and
vilifying a people whose great crime consists
in their industry and economy. In taking this
stand the Advertiser assumes a position of hos
tility to the paramount interests of the country,
the sugar and rice cultivation, and says in
effect, " Let our plati' tions languish and die,
but let the wages of mechanics be kept up."
It seeks to bring ihe Chinese into disrepute
by indicting them for exerting a " baleful in
fluence" on Uawaiians " by the contamination
of their natural nnchastity." Natural unchas
tity contaminated by natural nnchastity. Bah !
The Chinese as a race have vastlv more correct
ideas on the subject of virtue than the Hawaii
ans, and in practise, their respect for the
sanctity of the family relation is not far behind
what is common in more enlightened lands.
Had it been otherwise, the Chinese nation could
never have attained to its present great ago
and unparalleled population. We are well awaro
that the unnatural practise which has prevailed,
of introducing the male sex only to this country,
has been attended with its natural deplorable
results ; but who is the more to blame for these
results, the Chinese, or the government under
whose auspices they were brought f TJte fact
is, me oiiinese nave qone no more in propor
tion to their numbers than other foreigners in
" introducing habits conducive of social and
physical ruiu among the women of Hawaii,"
and it is mere balderdash to harp on this
string. Let the nation that is without sin cast
the first stone at the Chinese.
In regard to their u baleful influence" upon
foreign mechanics, by the " theft of their trades
and the cheaper working of the same," this is
like the hue and cry which has been raised
by the ignorant periodically in England and
other countries against th introduction of
machinery. They think they will be deprived
of work and ruined, but the result always
shows that they are relieved of drudgery, and
their condition is in tbe end bettered. If the
Chinese wedge themselves into the lower strata
of mechanical industries, they will not thereby
deprive other more intelligent mechanics of
work, but will merely enable them to occupy a
higher and more desirable sphere of action.
Let it once be acknowledged that the small
minority of Anglo-Saxons in this country have
the right to prevent the introdnction of dark
skinned races, on the ground that their compe
tition will prove injurious, and the next step
will be to enact laws that the Hawaiians shall
not be permitted to learn mechanical trades
for the same reason.
Hawaii is the heritage of the sons of Shem ;
and the ignorant and bigoted of other bloods
who cannot smother their prejudices against
these weaker brethren, can easily find other
lands where neither Chinese, nor Polynesian,
nor African will cross their pathway.
Our great want is population. While we
have ample room for a million souls, we do
not number 50,000. It is acknowledged that
Anglo-Saxons cannot form the bulk of the la
boring population. We must have Polynesians,
Asiatics, or none, and until we find it practi
cable to introduce a race more intelligent, more
industrious, more law-abiding, and more
moral than the Chinese, let us encourage the
immigration of men and women of the latter
race. We hope to see 10.000 of them, men,
women and children arrive during the next
two years ; from this number the public ex
chequer will at once derive an annual income
from taxes on them of not less than fifty thous
and dollars, which will soon reimburse all
expenses made in getting them here.
H AIM HAM. I t f 1 MAM KK.
June 13th, Tuetwlay Circuit of TTawnli
June t&th, Mondav . Clrrtiit of Kauai
touchlnff Aril nt NawUlwill. uud returning Friday AM.
June 26tb. Monday .r n.i of ICawut
On all Windward Trips the .Steamer will leve her wharf
at 5:30; all trips R Kauai wit! leare at 4 p. M. On down
trips the Hteamer will not leave Kaaluulu before S a, m .
Knvralhoe before 10 a. m. , Makcua as per notice on ap trip,
M'utJaHU liny not before 7 a. m. Any change from the
above will be advertised.
ftd So Credit Tor Pn.Hnure Noney, fi
Tickets nt tlie ollice only.
No berth will he considered oa taken until paid U.t. Not
responsible for unmarked UagKffe or any Frelffht or Par
eels unless receipted for.
Freight Money Due on Demand.
0jT An effort will he made to hare the Hteamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Mnl
SAM URL fl. WILIlKK. l(tent.
Office with Wilder ,t Co.. corner of Fort it Queen Streets
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
PER JLL1A M. A VER Y,
The Largest and most Elegant
Triple Plated Silver Ware!
Ever Offered in this Market,
Tea Sets, Each Four and Six Pieces,
DISPATCH UNE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
Merchandise received storsse Frtt ansl
hlfml cash advances made on shipments by thim line.
MHy o. brkweh t co.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE
C. Brewer a Co. Agents.
Farorablo arrangement can alwav bti
made for storage aud shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, fll,le and
i.tfier .ilertinandl lo .lew iiedrord. Boston, new York aod
itlier Kaatero Purt. Cah Advances made.
Ml-tr C. BKKWRR a CO.
rtutmln rs, tfore dustier Hart la Uaa aaataar of tha eae
tale oru. H. UA Tan, late of Kawainar. MawaJs. Xsaysax.
On reaslliia and tllli.K the uetltion n.l su ,.
vm.irur.1. s.lnili.iMrat.ir of ibe . state of li. II Itarla lata
of Kavsaltia. Hawaii, deceaa.il. n-herrln he
alloiteil fl.ll.s2. md charfrn Ulmaeir with f laaaaa. awl
isk that the aame may be e taiulned aad soprsesed, --,
' - -. wsj st uiaue oi uainmuun or las pro
perty remaining In hi banrla to Ihe peraona thereto en.
titled, au.l dlKliartceil him and hi uirruea from ail further
responMlhllity aa such.
II la ordered, that HATVRDAY tie lath day of July a
I). 1878, at ten o'clock a. v.. hefore the sj.,i i,,s,a'
I liambera. In the Court House at U'alroea, Hawaii, he and
the aame M hereby appointed aa Use time and near toe
healing aalil pettthjli and accoonta, and that alt wrona ba
tereated may then aud there appear and ahow cauae if an y
they 'laYe. why the same should mil be annual -,.',i ,..
prneuleTldenceaa to who ara entitled ke tue '
perty. And that tide order. In the Hawaiian and Kuglisdi
' ' "-' ' piioimieu t.i in .- Kuokix and Hawafaaa Otv
... , . -i.,i--i -. j. i inu-.i ami pumtsneii
three succeaaSve we. previufn to tba I
puliitct lor said tienrtllg.
uatrd at Kohnla. Hawaii, thla Hth day of May A. D
"J I'll AH. FKEKEIIIC; HAKT.
aw Justice of th limit Osurt. 3rd Judicial laatrtrL
CuaavH rn bt or the hawaiiax m-
UMtl irrt. Judicial IHetrlct 1 Prola." I.TC
,., rtisi, oi rsonaja, Hawaii, In iaaw d.
Hefore r. Juntlre Hart
On reading ami tiling the neUUon of Anuenoe rat .
of aald Akl. alleging that Akl of Kohala, llawaax, died in.
..eK .,UIH nmw, un ins mil imr or April A X
l;n. And praying that letters of administration aaaaaa to
iI!s-"iC??rw.,i!lu,1KH'.Tl',u'',4V '"w'n;!f ha.
n IK, S be and hereby U appointed fhr hseu-tng wald petition
before the said Joalire, In the l oon Kooas of lanacouri at
which time and place all peranna cimeemesl may appear
and show can?, ifanr they hare, why said peUtiua fAmM
not be granted, and that till order be pnodahed X ua
Hawaiian and Kngll.h fur three am I an, veeka In tha
Kuokoa and I laaette newspaper, la Honolulu.
Hated Kohala, Hawaii. May 12th, A. D. IsTa,
'tIAItl.K: i'KKIlrtKK-ir lit 1ST
t Justice of Ho Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Isfcjtrtct
I.AsiUsl. In IT. bate. In the matter of the estate. K.
is. AuvmiL , late oi Honolulu, oahu necaaed
Chatnlni, before Honorable c. c. Harris Order of
o, pen.,.,,, ,or allowance oi account, diacharge and Hni
diatrtbilUon of property. .-.
On reading and filing the petition and accounts of !(. J
! J? o e.o!! ! ' "' J Va''"' K Adderly. las
of Honolulu Oahu. deceased, wherein ha aats to bw al
lowed f 1712.07, and charge rums, ir with S2ur2,;j ..mImmx
that the aame may be eiiunineit ai.,1 annene ... .
final order may be made of distribution of the BroBert. r-
mnll,os In hi. I. ... .. ."eeilT r
......... ... eei-Mjo. luerelo eullt
.llschnrgtng him and his sureties from all further i
btllly aa aus-h.
II la ordered, that MOXDAV, the lb day or Jl'.tK A
D. l7, at ten o'clock a. before the soai Jrue" at
Chambers, In the Court House, at Honolulu, be and 'ibe
same hereby la appointed a.s tlie tone d place for h.anng
aid petition and accounts, and that all person Interested
may then and there appear and shnar caUM, If any they
hare, why the same should not be granted, ajsd aaaiy pre
sent evidence aa to who are entitled to the aatal umt v
And tbat this order. In the Kngttsh " i,. be ,t,u.i,e.
In tbe Hawaiian ilaselte. a newspaper printed and put.
Ilshed in Honolulu, for three saxcressdve week in i laaaataa
the time therein appointed for aald hearing
Hated at Houolulu, II. I., thla Mtli .lay of May, A. t, -a,
... .. - jMtlce of the Hopren.e Court
. -I . isu. . osB.sisp, iiepcty clerk f
C7 aaaii i h ami w. i.
Omm, Tniala of th.
liiaimiira, n Jf. T.
(Chased and llili
Gublets it Cups, gilt
Suitable fur childdrea.
Vases in Fine Bohemian Cut Glass
Restaurant. Table and Breakfast Cruet Stands,
Wine Stands, Toilet Stand, Toilet Stands,
Egg Stands, Celery Standa,
Waiters, Sjrran Pitchers. Knife Rests, Salts,
Napkin Rings, Ice Tubs. Sardine Boxes, tc.
One Handsome Epergne,
Suitable for the Banquet Table.
All these Goods are Warrad-.d Triple Silver
And are of the most Elaborate Workman, ship
We have also on hand,
Fine Triple Plated Forks, Fpooas
The largest Assortment of
Comprising orcr one hundred and fifty different
kinds. Table Cutlery, Scissors and Rasors. Also,
Toilet Articles, BoUlea and 1'owdcf Buxea.
Hair, Tooth, Clothe and Flesh Brushes ; Hand Mir
rors. Plate tllaae, Soaps. Lubin'a celebrated Perfum
ery. Watch Cbaina, Albums, Chromos, Pictures aad
Lambs' Wool Carriage an I Lamp Mats, all colors.
Spy 0 lasses, Opera Glasses, Field Olaasea, Ac, Ac,
Beside these wt have the Regular Asstrrt
Shelf Hardware, Glass Ware, Tin Ware
Paint aad Oils,
Breech Loading Shot Oont, S. A W. Revolrcrs, Rifles
Air Guns, Wads, Shut, Powder, Caps, Shot Pouches,
Powder Flasks, Ac, Ac.
B. F. DfLLIN CH AM I CO.,
iU Sat 5 and 97 King Street.
.Oregon Sugar Cnred Hams.
RECEIVED Per Bark JfATTIE HACXEAT.
fifteen days from Portland, a lot af tboae anlaaiaai
fTansa For sale by (SaT) ROLLES A CO.
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
WHALEMEN S DABS. FROM IO FEET TO
" feet long, of the beat quality.
Foe aale by HI BOLLEd aV CO.
For aale by
M. BELLE BOBEBTR,-
BOtXES A 00.
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
For Sale X
ABSOLUTE TITLE GUARANTEED
- - TUB TW4MTORY CORRAL MOM!
SIMM Si; nn King -Stivet; bppfMjtf1 tbe rnittfnr
uf Mr. ThoraM Thram, and recently occupied by
i Mr. I). P. Peterson.
The House Is UTUEO AND PLASTERED throughout
the InHiiJe, snd Is ft COOL AND DK-sIKABLK HEHI
I ( I . conUialng su rooms, besides n bmll wmy oa flrst
and second flours.
There ar .convenient ..n: buildings In the rear, and shade
and fruit trees tn the lot Ktnj Trrms mm to pi.
For furtber particulars apply to,
L a PETKRHON,
t At the Post Offlre.
fc THE VRRMIHKH NOW OCV
ajip pled by W. D. Alexander, ier PunKhuu.
l'be Ixti cfntains Three Acres. enclrHed mm
m rume wan, inciuaing a UVOtJ i well stocked with Fruit
and Uiiade Trees, and a Pasture for oue or two horses.
The House is of two stories, lncludln Ave rooms on each
floor, and has lately been pat In good repair. There la a
well of excellent water, near the house, mod a running
Ntreim for Irrigation. There Is also a Carriage House, a
Coiumoitious Servant's House, and other out buildings ou
the premises. Apply to
W. D. ALEXANDER, or
M 2m a B. IX) Ll.
Real Estate for Sale.
TWO rOTrAUKH U BEPAIR. LO AtED
In a pleasant part of the town, wfta iUtli House,
wj biujui aiore on inc prenu-s.
'na Ennui re of C. 8. BARTOW.
Foreclosure of Mortgage
By rirtne of an orrler laaued out of tbe Kupretxte Clyarl
In the abvre enutlnl ault, I shall n.N tlie luih I..XV nas
JUNE. A D. IS?e, at 10 o'clock a. at . at the Aieu.In
Itoonia of t:. r. Ailarua, Kaij., in Honolulu, sell all toe rial I
title and Inter! of tbe said af. T. Oonuell and has
Assignees, (,'. 8. Bartow and F. T. Lenauan. aud of
the ilefendant Htephen spencer, in and to' Mil -nd
slnitular the followln; aruv-lca aet forth and .UsacrUss,! , a
certain tnortxajte nf M. T. Uonnell lu Uu raae DJefl an.L
described aa foUow. rlat
1 Expresa Hacon. I llearae and trimnilaca.
1 slet Doable and 1 Met MrurJe llarneaa. : Koaa afaaaaaa.
' c-i, i vsainui , necea) - Koa rVetlati
1 Hue BesUteada, IS dua. VTooden ( hairs
1 lane Seat ( hair. II i.hilda Koa I. ofTlos i
I Kracltets. 1 V. Iiatnot, 1 Work niaibaan.l
1 Mortice Machine, a Mcrew Bela-h. and Wheel.
I Koisajlan,.. i Hmooth Plan. I lack Ptaa
1 MSSaP thlaela, 3 Hammers. I Uraw Knife.
- .".i oi. s, , iimc. u 1IILS, 1 nokc Ml
WM.Hll.,. i'lanea. 1 1 Irco.: . ... 2C T !
Also at 12 o'clock noon ttf aaiil ,1m. t
premraea all the rutin u tie aad lob-real of Ua, aald uj r
Uonnep In and lo all the biiiUltrisrsi sllualrd on Kinc (street
erected l,y the said M. T. Iionnell, atan a leaae of aald Uui.l
for the term cf a rears from Ihe lat .Ur of June 1ST; ualeaa
aalfljudanient Interest, coal, and cio.nisalons tm u.i.
oualy satlsllct. w. c. s-taaia;,
II .noluiii. May Uud IWu.
I "2 MAT-tKR or T1IE It. M. l,l ,-ri l
orM.T. Uonnell. a volualary Bankr.ipu-r Notice b
hereby aren tbat Ibe umleralgnesl have hein .loir ap
ix, nt. . laaaaaaaa ,.r .h. ....... . . . ' r
. j imii.iui.1, anu tnat all
to aald estate, are required lo pay the ain.i
iteas lorinsrun to aalil aaaiarneea, at tbe oUar of
.. ..v..,.., a. 1.0., viueen ntreel, llonoluiu.
r. k rartow.
Dated thla tU .Uy at May, A. umlV""1 m
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
OX BEaMSABLI! TERMS A CO. vex.
laWf Family rinl.lel.ee.
Sovoral SiiUdixx Xaota.
For particulars applj to
JAM K-s M. I.KMOX.
THAT VEBT DKHIRABI.B DWELLIMn AND
freintaee, No lao .Vuuanu Asenne, contalninc par.
Ion, dlninc room, bedroom, dreaatoa room, China, and
clothes cloaeta oo flrst. floor, baaemeut under ail ; threa
risiins on aecond thair. kilcl,en and pantry i-onnecled, aiao
with baaementoeiieatb, tialhingaud waabroora, csuruuni
bouae, atalile, fowl hooee, etc, lu order. Apply u
Auc 10, HI 1 J. H. WOOD.
ALHO tbe cottage and premise adjoining, with six
room, kltcbeo. bathroom, erruu' room aUre room,
alabia, aud carriage bouae.
THE DWELLIXO IIOL'HE I.ATM.T nr.
C'UPIKb by the aulascrlber, situated In hVretanla
at. Thta houae ia In drat c.Ln reoalr ttnA tn.-i
vritb all Ibe conrenleocea of a flrst claaa bouae.
Inquire of 4T0 BOLLEH it CO
THE HOI St. LATELY OK I I'll
by Mr. a. M. Carter, situated at tbe corner of pah, e
Walk and Punchbowl Hta. ftsjaeaaion 1en Inn,.,.
dlately. Apply at tbe
bo MA lull A I. -m OFFICE.
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
AXL JIBEBnfIXTS n tbr KIUOKAHI A
PLAINS. faVOratilr SltUate.1 for huildlni nnri.U
or aale at reaawnaUe prlcea. For terma and other particlM
enquunxsu M7 Im B. II. DOLK.
Sale or For Lease.
HATsTMOKE COTTAtaK. PLEA A A XT.
ocated. with garden, etc.. contaafdax taulnr three
bedrooma, two cloaeta, dlnlna room, kitchen and
punii-y, oa m room
I rery courenleut, and In perfect onler. Apply to
uaroa oi uuj auso, wuuoux .i I iiiiaaaiai. m any of the aaaafj
belunsln; to Her Ilblhnea. B. ateellkoiani. from Kearete
to Kaiuakal. on the Island of Mnlok.l pnnM i
T"T t ir TTf H n n ssi nil I an dealt with accord
ing to law.
B. W. MEYEB,
Af 1:1 ft.T Hsr nihns. ft ir ...
SK It on the Ialand nf afnlatral
California Lime & 'White Brother'
1XGLMH PORTLAXn CEaTEXT-Bcst qnal-
Ity. For aale by (MI BOLLEH A CO.
THE lXDERtf tiXED Hereby (l Xatia
lo all person, tbat tbey hare been duly apputabsai
.jse. .. .. unoer in mil or Kobcrt M. Kltnln, lata tt
llnnolulo, deceaaed: and that they reuovat ail unaal
harlna claim, against the aald Kauai, u, nreaen, ilJTmZv
duly autb.nu.atad, la W. L. I Jreen, wvVof late mmU lata-
cupira. at the office of T. T. Lenehaui A Haaijaaax.
" no... si iiiuuina or tne nay or publication of I
" ' ' J " w .oi erer uarresi. All per,
sal. Katate are hereby requested to make I
uicu. uiereoi. - -
. . W. L. UKF-KN.
naaalnlu. afar loth, 1(71 MI
OATsTiVBT IMA KEH
fn o.oTT.. '.. to rue
yy ' " ... . o, . . .loo.ojo. oaas aa aaa nr-hnasil
m '!'"'"'J1nala'- 'rwiI.UAairWCH
' EK, Hotel Htreet, neil .loor to Sttrabaa. Isra.
more, and that In future tho tamneaa will aecarTd aa ke
him lu Ibe saune prenikvea csarriska eaa ay
C. O. aollclta a rah- share of tbe public patnuiasre aa.1
promise, hw patron, civility, allaatloa .i-. a - :
for tbeir money. mit
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
nr ii i in ru
INK IXSXVKED OX Bl'ILISIXK. ma
chandiae and Furniture, on liberal term, by
H. IIACKFBLD A CO.. Agenta.
May 20, laTS.
Jast Received '
Pi n BASK i i in it. nton El roi-i: j
large Inriace or the BirvrrtlL AUTI ESI.
Habbuck't FsinU and Faint Oila !
TO WOOL GROWERS.
fWS l"!nEMlXEn i o 1 1 m i: ru Birr
prl..g particularly Vaired aa axaka reutii.
Mlm a BBXWZB A CO.
A XEW LOT or THE I.A WKEXSTB. 3 AC.
BOU.F. A CO.
More Lime !
Bo I. lex A to., HATE RECEIVED wer tax
" Murray " and M. B. Baberta, P-r
BaireU Bent Calirral Line !
Which wm be aaaat at rata prVsaa, la OiraiiA
we wUI not he L NDKRnoLD is thta article.
California Potatoes axxtel Oasloaxa
A axaaat qnantlty recHresi per ike
For -Sale by
iUjLLaTA A CO
DDMIECH A s..'a OBAXIt VIS
For smI bv
Ka MJ '
UACKFEUl A CO..