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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, June 21, 1876, Image 2

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HAWAII AKGAZETTE
nwna ro huvuian progress.
IIKNKY M. WH1TNKY.
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essi SSSSS, NMf Wl'ii HM
NMIW fcae fcttssSsaaa mvs't
ssBaaOS BM aM a saMkahaa Wr
mates! what NMQ
in tlie itrmtnctikvii
a res.
tlgar iiu.1 riof w litnircJ.
land MM of laWst
ra u tHipp that thr treat a
Vm tfcss i
on the
faat ta W a 4a
Ml c e-
ii xn tb aaa at
"a-a. haaaaV at taw aaaa in.iJiaj. rt-'.
(aaj f (ami ha arssr t" iii '
ttolaBaac athaJaW- t
haar h r U4 hi Tin ran arpaaaaa
' ' at' tha pat f Ik
MM aa af tr.
aasi aa aaaraA. aaaanat aa aam
Jgiafcoja. aoaVaaMi: a pas. : aai
laaat, aaa ata Baaa a the aarfeMa a
aaa. at lioaal as - "nmU nl Isla
aaaaa af napn lal as Taj ,ala
lOKU n.
Far aa) a aa-na af the rarit,
r-aaai at cW tab Saav f Aai
r-s ..r Mhh i t..y
Mai - .- .
I aaj . -
Ro ljiro: it. stmt t"a.tlioa
i aaai
s- .arsaaae of the
Mk m M r M I FritUt Ui
ay I"
aai at taa.
i t -e-a-
awa. u t c- Baa r,-.
aa aai aaaaw nit. awn, at 4. tal
' --aan - Mas halaaaj
aaa aaa. tanaaca xa aa! Tirtiail : aa
aat nasjaia . iaj tat . aaj aai a,du;
aaaat aaaaaaj ' tuna, ttaatait aat
Waaaat aat afcachar ar M aatatsai. Mai
aaaa"" ,"aaaJ,'', 1 T r& "
aa, ahaa'a?' fata! "aaaait Taaw '
aat aai raaaa. aavaaa. aat fcaka. tarts, ai
ar aarap. a, aaa aai aaai aai aatiafact
MaaaT aaaar aaa aai taaWr afali hi
laaal haaat, aaaa! aai nan if ir mil
aaaa a a aat; tan. aaaaw. aniihaaj :
aaaii; afathaaa. at in aai arte thaw if .
;er of Finattcv. de
tiv? Assetut'y on
n of Uw prvsetita
1 p'.an." To say
l ith the Ministerial
p. The pul
that whatever plan
la: eoe which had
A which cvaUl be
! and in every way
juncture is one of
has ever occurreJ
Ve have ei.tere.1 l.y
ations 'f the nw-st
rarest neighlwr,
Jitions of national
I hc lsUlniar.
Among the vtitkus prcentil on TuowUy,
to the kmmkVtj was one " Tint uative Km
chiefs only K made aoMe." Tlie ewistitu
tKn of the pnseot House of Nobles no doubt
foniislRiei fil for reflection to the native tuittd;
but wc cannot sec that petitions can avail
mneh. The lion. Mr. Bfwial pwwiteJ a rcso
Intkvi on the subject hi i!"r..ii;rat;on. Tlie
gist of the matter was that, men and women
should Iv bn ught rt:to the cvuntrj' : that the
Lrwnimrnt should confer with 11 B. M.
1' lana'awiiiiii i in relation to bringing fanlilies
here IrMU the East Indies, that an effort should
be made iu the direction of the A lores, and
that Italian immigrants sin aid lc encurapl,
... - t h . the i rivrviui. Ou Thursday
B was tntrvidueeii to the effect that a
OMattrisii);- nicmlers from each is-
lan5. aVHM risit :!:e leper settlement on Mo
KJtai, to hear complaints and invoti-ito
OnaTge against the "agv-hts at the IVmi1 of
Health. Tlie Kilauea is to take the committee
:. M lokai. K-avitig here at I' o'clock r. v.
Friday, reiurninc Saturday eTToiny. Tb
Hon. Mr. Wilder is chairman of a committee to
investigate himself. We incline to the idea
that a day's trip on the government stertmer.
ration of at the public expense, is the point to be
earnest : j piinod. The act to carry the treaty into ef
dy made fevt - its first rv..dii:g by its title, and
the day on Friday paaacvl its second reading. On
try of the Saturday, the Ministers proposed to pass the
via are treaty on its third reading, but the Hon. Mr.
: unity t. rrvt.m ir.terjxwel an eajBHai in a few re-
celebra- I mark on the cvurse of tlie Ministers in rela
ride that j tion to the aet. ..tid move! to ptatone cxnaid
nner. It j erarion K-r a week. The Atti-rney-Gcneral
eoteoaial I axivvd ati amendment to consider it on Tnes
citics of day. atI the iiKtion as amended was carried.
50" ' Sotae of the members tril t get excited while
f pjwrn- I Mr. Pr-- - ;: .: t!:e H use. and
aaaaaM the desk in a spirited way.
On Monday a resolution to spend Si 200 for
portraits of Karocharneha III. and IV. and
their Queens, and Kamohameha V. was intnv
dored and lost. The Reform School was at -taeked
by the radicals and the day consumed
in remarks by two of Hie most radical. The
propition is to do away with tlie school,
principally because the inmates have to work.
A bit! to buy or build a steamer of not less
than 600 tons w as before the Assembly and
ordered to be printed.
The Committee of Finance made a hng re
port which was also ordered to be priuted. To
an ex-miitistcr. tlie task of making a critical
report on a successor's administration must
K- delightful. One has tle advantage of
k:."wig ;v r;S :.: outs of t!:o office. We
look forwan) to the perusal of this report with
a keen relish. For the sake of an intelligent
criticism of this report we would recommend
o :r readers to obtain the Finance Minister's iv
ports to the Legislatures of ITO and 1S72.
We are confident that the three document
should be considered together, like alligator
pear, pepper ami salt.
Kpereh ol" tlie Tliul.ter ol l'iaaarr.
XKW A I V V. HTI S K M K N TS .
Ialiin. M:um. Matlins; !
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
CASTLE TOO RE'S!
It ii njo-J to raritt sal ira th Urif o
earlata rtwl of aarrhaadKC Whila th datku ara
l ha maottJ a aaa j of the aatW of lifo, ii t
rrraJ Is iacraaat tha duttea on luiit). Tha
rran acvaaaaa win mu" a . -- - i
S. 1 -r ...,),;., Ilk. t il n.l
a aat (aia of mt aaarit SIDO.Nt on laaat. datiaf.
It aat be ukad. what r ! th rTrnnint
hr to ifftr. for awhiaf to incraaja tha rne to
thW aataau Uj man to thai waaM ha lata
h -jM lha ooBtaalioa of reciprucltr . lata effaol at
aa rtjr daj. w all ho it may. M 'H ''
dutr oa taports l tha aiaouat of $Jt).0iKI t Uit.
ih first tT. Wa eua--t pal aa iaerJ tariff in
lanioa iid f aa yaar, and If lhi Assaahly da
sire to aipn'rita aoaj t prxxurt a w MMMtr,
or atd to a cOFaa ft-r r(opa'atiott. wr olhar mattaM.
it aitt W mvsrv f.r the (vwtntueat to b .rrvw. to
neat uch va'tayi. at aall a Is far tha boadi that
ill haeoae dar this St! prri -d.
After that, tha joraraarnt ara of tha opinion that
Ihore w-v'd ha no farthor nool af borrowing, bat oa
tb o.Btrart, it w aid lo rrd to mart I'ja la
l.i.. . . l . i . 1 k. .
phrai. a aaaa Maar a that will btatnaa U. rata- Sail FfaHCiSCO. IvHf TOlt 801) E0Sl80ll
iff en. iw m!
LATE
KX
ARRIVALS,
FROM
SHI1TINH. I LEOAL NOTIC
a i ii iiirM. . i in i i r n i
Cah firm KrnnriRCO I
W W M a
I ,-, Hail
TIIR FINK AMKIttOAM IUBK Oa taaaWat aa.1 tltn iSa pn.ikm
tMARY BELLE ROBERTS
cut. u a iiRKV, aiayira " w aawstaad .Tr
WILL HIVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE MOVE POR 1
H ' Ftri 'Lv nxhinTnvUlhMi for l'.awiivr In Nl I pttl ftw hrlti -M fwffllMt ; m
Aiul .1 - hit ) i ' I re bfWMjr mX10t M MtKiMl ami 4
IVr IV-c-hrtii'-. , il m Is-to. hv ul pWtMMi imm.i4 mi
VI H II. MVCKIKI.U.I (IV, AfVnHL j.h,m Jlinf. lilh.
PACIFIC mi STEAMSHIP COMPTS
-- - iHRiur i l K r ol
SOJM l'naflbisiivb
aBstralia . ml Now Zealand-Line
4 ta.
it
aha aavaaaa
..' nan. .1
i arana l.
the
aii ha i-
afaaair araf aaaat aai aaa
aatf : aaa ior abi-iaalac ataafca
- aswta ajk: aoay : aaaa
aa han mp ; aaai aai aaaxJSactxrw
aMal taaa aaaa-aaaat r -ihiif aMM
i bare cock
raaw . mumi aa: . n -.
t aaa af tha aa.au.
f aaaiaahaa r af akaxafa ; an
: a.v4 aai aasal ai
MM
hni of the problems finan
- wfcioh are opened up by the
x-te.1 by the Treaty, the great
M ! :.;y and thought. It
imi a scheme for making up
enciencv in revenue, and have
g time which has elapsed
was signed in bringing it to
of perfection. But instead
aaa af a aaaaiaa-
taaa vhsa raadaaaW Wh I of ihis, a " plan " has been presented, which
1 - 'i' -'ir.-. . ....... ...!, ... - , t,
sioo than aBTtbiug else, and is so crude and
ill -advised as to bad to the Udief that no more
1RKU UI.
Tha mhau that anvoas jiauad M h admit
aa Oht aaa af la l ajaad Skasa af laaria.
tha am a? Mat Bwxa laasfa. fra af a
aaM tar tnt aai aaraat aSaWaS af tha tat
aaaa. aa fcl I aaV. aaaaaasaa. ar wiam of lb
taaal fhaaa af I aai ha ar ai the Hi iai la
hah. in i ial. . aaat! h aaahhaat i aaaar aach
aa aai maaSnai aai aimiWiai for the pratae
aaa af A n iaw aa th taa li i laiaaaan aa;
BBSMt k Va raaamrr praKrib.
imu IV.
- - - - i-ri -i hi H I .i
I is re.
plan " is
the itiann
ive bound
to impose
ny of tlie
ie i-. rts i !"
akc sugar
laaata. a a the I'wtal Staaa, a
hi b MM U:o
t- ' t .ri !-.a.- .- T -.v -;
aaaa iaaaaftn af asrjr aai a the fat aai aaaaai I planters pay $2.50 on every too of sugar they
af Mi all a i 11'!. that. VjhaaaafaaaCT maaufacture. anil it not m reality be "an export
1 m aaaa. ha aatt aat haw ar aha a an duty, whatever we may call it, seeing that so
ar.' r t: : 1:1 ; ,s tir'. r
af. or eras: ui
aMMta ar richa af aa tavrrta. to aa
aa. aaaa as pnaaat, aer aaa aa
ahwh aar attar aaUaa aha.: ehtaia ta
lii aaaa. saaaaWt t the aiaiaiiis af aat
hat aatf .-hafib; aacstad ta Oa I sited
large a proj
cent.) is expo
there is a dif.
but as lonst a:
Th iai aat Caaaaatka aha." tak tfort at toes
at aatC aaa aaaa aaaraaed aad paaaiaaaai kj
Br- laart ta Kaf at the Bawauaa Iaiaads. ard
L MTe are well aware that ;
u :" . n t. ti.is sulvt.
ere is any doubt in regard to j
:-ly le the part of wisdom to
that the raited States Gov-
trnaatot may possibly iuterjirct to our preju
dice. We should feet cheap indeed to learn
that the same mail which conveyed the proc
lamation of His Majesty, declaring the Treaty
in force, also bore the intelligence that our
Government hail initiated measures, the carry
ing into e3ect of which would he regarded by
it, it woaL
avoid any 1
:- M tv.-.i fat.--.
I aa a Saw ta carry k nu operauoe bail
aat aaaai h th CacfrM of th Vaittd
at HM 5eh mat havag baa praa,
t ncMataat af th Caaaaatioa haria bats
aad aa avra a artiei VI. the C imttia
aaaat hi taa far ame aaan fraa th date at : the United States as an abrogation of the
,: "a? aaaa as uaitioa ; aai farther, j t.. "n ,it;, - '- - ' r
af rtiaa a laahl aftar aathar af I -J-
the plan may be seen from the fact that tt
M B :--: tr ra--- 111 .-tf :. . :L-r
af aaa an a aa i th aaa 1 each af th birh
haaat at Uhcrta to ptt aaeh
at th cad rf the taad lata af
".: tai-'t rrc.' th rj-t. 1 1
da af I 11
::.:
Akticlm VI.
fia:: ix ds ra::i. as i
at Wajaitftna BV.
aaai mt km aixt : ;h t rt-
har a tad thareco their te
at Tartiact-a. the thirtieth
a th aaaraf aat Lard oa lh:a-
uetra; as- Rttfj-iit.
favaa. HAMILTON nH.
(aaa-' EU$tt H. ALLt V.
1 1 an HENRT A. K v'AKTEK.
Ayr. Ifguiu, the said Cowrcatkio, as
Aaeadai. aai tatiaed by ovrseires on the
ITtk af AprS, lsT5, aad by His fn Bia j
tar rrfiVt af the Ccitad Stales of America,
cc Jlat Xsy. Mat, and the said nUiScaiioas
art inhmini at the City of Washington,
Jm 3rd. MM.
we do proclaim and make
tae Mt to the end that it and every
Article thereof may be observed
witi. jr -.j faiti. ty oin jrs-.r.
r MaSMaM- And the said Conven
es tato safcet as soon as intelli-
Gorernment of the
MMMR HK
In wibmbb ahcioof, we hare here
Mto Mt oej: Land and caused the
Sea! of oar fiagdnm to be afised
this Ittfc dayof June, A. V. le.
KAI.AKACA, B.
By the Kate?
ar t rfm. ap- r x: . -.- 1 c .
. U.i ', m A UK IWOU 1 II. I I B
Ea AiiAX riMMii - e. WUder, iteHa-
rf ttelMcrior. i berc milt rood
UsihnB b
M rriDatiT : Tbc f.U which I pUr bef-Kt
tb boM i mvt ii tb tfcapt f . molitio, or is
th t'ona of ad a.'C tut it MtaptT iafurmaVtiaa to tb
hoe. u to th vi-? anJ tli G- vcnimBt
btT f.T fppac tbo driceacT in the rficoue-,
aoticipt-4 spots riT'g effect to the c- nrrotion of
rrctpr vi'j with the I'niteai ftate. si wU a to in
IfMM the rcTcnue eaerallj.
I aa wr! aware. Mr. President, of tbe 4ifieu!tj ta
placiac tbii pUo or aay p-n before tbi LeIatare.
or a&T Letis:a:re. .r tbe cwMnr. tbat woutj meet
with general faror at tSrat. Direct taxation i n t
p"pa!ar, aad Derr can be oatuic o. But I have met
a taxje Banker of people aa i c-'averJ with them,
who haJ no objcctWn to their ne ghbors being taxed ;
caj let them aljoe- Ia fact, Mr. PrriJeot. I am
not aware of aajr kind of expeafee that are eery
popular with the masnes of tbe people.
T" prvbib'e Je6c":ecT to oar revenue by the
treaty 0 a i::s will be aethiag like $o.tw per
acr.uoi. Thi estimate i bae nn tbe imports of
IS7S. BtSi WM and 1576 ; bat it ma ft be n.(er
itoi that the three first aameU year?, tbe ralae of
oar chief article of export, sugar, was extremely low,
and it is a well &a4erta4 fact, that a country like
cars, cannot well import more than it exports. Aa
ia creased ealae to oar experts wiU J .witless increase
tbe ralae of car imports, and largely, ao doubt, from
the I'nited Mate, vf the articles admitted free under
k. - - " - Waii k; - .V-B. HHnHU v. a
ngar, (alUt &S per Us u. the country ? I sobmit, Mr. President, that it
will net. It wiil be a tyssof reTeoae, bat aot a toss
to tbe eoaotry. The I'nited States simply asks a
market fjr certain arriclei, they do not seek to place
aay rastrieU as on as ia disposiag cf tbera. Tbe
I at ted Mates does not expect to reap the entire bene
fit cftbedaty we take off any m . re than we expect to
get tbe eatire diiy they rem: re from oar fugars,
aad oar merchants cannot hope to d so, evmpetitioa
is too great fur that. It is to be presumed then, Mr.
Preside, that the eon'amer will den re bo smalt
hare if the benefits of reciprocity, ia this rtspcer,
and let as io-jaire. Mr. President, who tbe consamcrs
are. Wh are the people to be benefitted by tbe re
moval of the daties on tbe articles ander tbe confer
tion nf Eeciprxity ? Are they tbe fuxar aad rice
pfaotan alone , Mr. Prestdeat, tbey are those
who ase fioor, bread, anl bread staff: they are
those who Bsc boots, aad shoe, and evtton goods: tboee
who seed tamber. shingles , nails, door, windows etc.
for b tiding parposes ; those who need plows,
a an. earn carts, fpades, shore! j. hoes. etc. : as well as
tbve w fa j need sugar milts, f agar kegs, hocp iron,
aad the like.
Mr. President, the removing of tbe daties ia the
articles Baaaed it is accordance with an agreement
made with the I" c iced States ; axd although I claim
Hawaiian, will be bene Sited by the removal of the
datie oa tbe articles imported under the treaty, it is
part of a bargain. Tbi cuantry gets from tbe
United States a free market for tagar, rice, pa!a,
molasses, hides, skin?. UJIow, etc I need aot Mr.
Preidect, occupy the time of this hvo.se detailing tbe
greit axd laating b-eaefits this eoaatry will derive by
the privilege of a free market fsr iu produce : my
ejlleasrae. the Minister af Foreign Affairs, baa falij
explained that, oa a fenner ocraswa.
Tbe qaeetion bow is. how shall tbe deficiency be
aaade ap. Too will observe by the plan that I bare
La:i bet. re yea. that the Overcmeat proposes to in
create the tax oa real and personal property oae half
1 one per cent, out u exempt irum taxation proptrty
of each kind to the raise of oae hundred dot tars, to
dediet $i0 from the real and pcrsoaai property of
tcoe wbo are reasooably well to do, is of small im
pectasaca to them, but this amount from the raiaa
tson of the poor bia'i prvperty is to bias coasidera
ble, aad this exemptiva will reiieTe a large Bamber
of po- rer classes frost taxes oa real aad personal
property.
Tbe iaereajte of tbe half per cent, on tbe aeed
valpe oa real aad persoaal property, wid, with eare
fol aad nftaQagaaht assesiSaetvt, add to oar re venae
aomethiag LUe
It has facca aaid in this boose aad eWwhere, that
the p'aeteri ard idactatioii interests are only to be
benefitted by tbe treaty. This it sot tbe fact, aad
will not be the case. I do admit however than tbe
plasters will be directly benefitted, ssd every Haw
aiian aad foreigner vithia tbe Kingdom, wilt be
indirectly benefitted If they seek U be so, or I ought
aay, permit tbeaaseUes to benefitted.
As tbe plantation interest will derive racb large
advantages under tbe treaty . and I mean rice as weil
a ragar, the go rem men:, under tbe eiresmstasecs,
think it reautonaMe and fair they ahoail ipeeiaily
contribute ia some way towards tbe re venae, and
therefore propose a scheme of tax or plantation
heeae that might be aaade to yield upward of
43S,wS0 and eold be ejected at co expense.
Tie aaUer of ftaaape ia aio worthy ef coaaidera
tion. As tbe law bow stands, a doennaect to be re
corded ii oaly tbe raise of oae dollar requires a one
doilar stamp, a doewment of $16j00 in ralae needs
ate saatn. Tbe government are of tbe op i a ton a new
Uw shoe Id be passed which will increase the reve
aoc. and wort ao hardship to tbe people, by adding
a one dollar staaap to every f leOe. or part tberecf .
over $lswe, and alao amend, or revise tbe Uw in re
gard to etnas pe general iy.
Tbe granting of separate licenses for the inn of
drags and medicine tt also oe tesa plated. While it
wi.I add kckL r j f, iar rirenoe. it win also guard,
and protect this kind of bemncsa ; and as a camber
af aeeitioea are before the Honte to aenm tbe cent
of licenses, I woeUd reeomsseaW tbe How to give the
LMI be ktrncd.
sect tbe same extent, were a Ismjhafs. Tbe plan 1
pn'va. W carre-4 t-Ui. ww.i iuraiti retniur uc
ticent to meet tbe ordinal. cv cndititre o( the
government, and aff-rd hb-?rtd rusts to be expended
in the c -otrotun of rvd. btidcys aad other lav
pr'vemeHi. aad retwhir tf whar ?. Uttdinx. .tc, rd
to meet the todebtedaes ol tbo externa M SI it be-Cv-mes.
dae. I be ier Mr. lrvideut. is vbe g-"l !d
adage make hay wbttotheun hines.' The treaty
of rcviprAv?ity i fur ees year, anil mar, at may
a-1, be Cv'bttnued teVvi-d thai time. 1 feel certain
this country will hare no ssskM to secK its abrgation.
Mr. Prveidenr, we tut n-t overtKk the fact,
that the I'lited States iisw wSfi (ne It keep tbe
present duty on ssenr, as any duty at all. and we
hare reason fvr believing a few years wi!l seas their
tariff atoditie-l, epeeia!W s on surrar. It uiy le
many ear- l- i re that c ttctry i- in a position tu
rTfSvvt the duties aitofrether. but e err m l:ficatim
wilt to souse extent le-M-cn tbe price if tur swgsrs.
A'e have n. m-'re right to epvct the I'niled S:ates to
keep up a tgh dny mi ugars to c ntinsc a treaty
with u'. than we have f.r be'iovi'ig thit Koc'and
wojJd put ,n a duty .o ssgar a t-rdvr to make s
like treaty with as.
Tocrv'Vrc, Mr. tVwrdent. U oar dsty t tbe
Co-: a try to prepare fur osr future as sell a our Im
mediate want: let e not obje.'t to a moderate tax.
drrevt and ind reot. that the government bonds and j
interest there.-, may be as promptly met in the fu
tare as they hare been in the pa?t. The gurrmmrnt
indebtruur at the end of the lat fi-il perioit waj
. S $h0.h.H etth oa hand, chi b ha- in
created $.0.VVa ttce that tune. S-, if the I.egials
ture d m not cbxise to enter iat-a any extraordniary
expend;tsre. such as purchasing a atemier. repopula
t n. etc.. the governibent seed not borrow an 'ther
dollar and wili be prepared to niett tbe $yi,w0 si
bouds coutisg dse this fical period, and every other
bvad and interest a tt may kyevute due. Thi can
not be doee. however, without an incieane in our
revenue. Tbe p'an prpoel ia s reasonable one.
snd tt" adopted, we need have no jears tor the future.
A Plas
W fie rff-,Viwe ia re reeewwet o fe
nfnyafoaa, vnrtptrJ npv ytvi s-yVv-t fw lie
rvNfVum A' .'; .-.. iVjr irttA fir t mitrU Sttt'r
A MnbaV
It is proposed to supjdy tbe snticipated deficreney
by incres-ing tbe tax n real and personal proicrly.
snd by s general revision of our sytetn of tawp and
iixne, creating licenses for the ma nu factum tf
sugars and nee.
Tbe (orubable defic-encr is estimate! upon tbe lnt
nes -.-f tbe tntc 11-. use fr tbe ears 1S7J. 1873,
IStaV and Int5, and may le put d o at fVW'.V'OO a
year.
Zu tbe matter o taxation nf re I anl personal
property it is pnpeed toexeeapt fr-u taxation prop
erty of each tod to tbe atte d one hundred dollars.
This exeat puoft, based upon the-a-e.tnent tables of
175. will rantuce the taxable ralue at real snd per
opal property to $11, ;:). OvtV An increase af ssjf
half of oae per cent, stil increase
The reven fra tUH oatrve f M,sa CO
il9t-rtfxtllted. . Sl.SM SO
irtti W
T.1W 00
m rvlKMi of ti yat.m 4 ttcveao a iamp
Total iacreeae rrom thee soshrce fUW USg
It is also rikwJ to revise the tariff ta order to in"
cres'c tb rate f duties cpoa certain classes of goods
in manner a totiow
Ktimated gain.
Ate, reter. boae, etder . anl all other frrmeuttd
Inuts JKt eaherwtae atss tdeJ lac. 1 or eent. Trf At)
Oarruw-a of all oVacnpi hsfn- as ir ceM ita) Oo
I .( a: ! .1.. f. fat k-r.-U, ,i rt IN n ! M
iarooTar. 4pe. ce-t 4.W0 iV
MaJr. au- nf-hriug vtrvl f
n avavle ap or man afar tervd la
t . bat auj sasaj a!l Litad. ii
CrocXrrj and sTawwarv of every o npti., SS
p. r eas
Drnga auk! attedictue. pal cat and a-ther, fin per
etatt-.,.
thsmatari of all hind, sanaadawtured In wb de or
Jewelry of all eVecr.pXrUmvs, aaanaftrtuml of rdd,
silver, jnciom ttoftee, pari nd fm, ami all
iaatUtKMa of jewelry, aatt alt kiud of ntetAl af
obrne beeaK f per sntSt
Liaen and all avaan ctsrM af whiefa aat aball bo
tb aSBafji il f Chief value, except baca sod
l a' i- -H w cet
MUstateey pmoV, bead, senid. Uanneu. fa,- -1. tmt
2,700 0)
3.744 iV
1.060 00
3.500 00
ttl 50
Consisting in Part of
VROSKtB t. Im:mis,
line and Medium Tickings,
iiaiailseat Hro. Drills. Aiu sslttsa Itlue lrilli,
Vine and Medium While K!annc!-,
I'nbleached Cottons.
One Case of those Superior 0. II. Hleaehed Cottons.
AlaSO
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
FROM C0ST0N. ALSO,
Warden and Plantation Rass, N. 1 and ? ; Mattocks
C. S. Spade. Sti .vela, Scaups and ltaae.,
11 1 1 !Vd Axe. Ilatcln - Salt ;nng and Axe patterr
Kim Knob I.ocka. Chest and i'adlik. Ao.
Clothes Paasfif $M Hide. S.ib Cor N. Sand Paper,
Sash Cord. Syringe. Mucil.ae, lor?c Cards,
Sledges, ChaiupcM, Horre Nails and Shoe Ink,
T llingei 6 to U in.. Tinned Tacks it u II is.
W. tV., Paint. Shoe, Scrnb and Varnish rru.-he.",
Self Heat Iron. Mason's Plucking,
Corn Starch, Wfaittug, Metallic Paint,
Snow While SJiuc. Ksstern BrsOawa, Putty,
A largr Asaortmeut of Chimasyn, Common, Clipper.
Sun, Perkins A Howes, Ac.
Lanterns. Kerscno Wioka, dc.
A few dMen of the best Patent Olass Preserving Jars,
AI-SO .....
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
OragSa Dried kffths. Oragaa Ham.
Fresh Salmon, and t lb. lint,
Pilot Drtsd.
Also, on hand,
I'.ui", Katie 2 ju I It, and i'linpe. Tinaf,
laltivatir9, H'.-r-e Hit. Csnil Tarrow,,
iane Knive. Sorthe aad Sn.iith?, Ac.
Out Nails Sd t.i t)0 1, Out Spikes J to S ineh.
File Kiand Sifaara. Flat and I lioiind, t to IS in.
a Laaal assokt.mknt of
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints SOils
.in. it), iiii. isxia, Sc.,
AND
A l,arjT Asst. of oilier (iooih.
WlllOJt Salt I'K
Sold fit Tir-w Rntos
...... uv
CASTLE & COOKE.
ial i aaa s araaaawt
itv of s im:v :
now. on tll K.
tariu zjcavo xzoiicHtiu,
Kandavu. Fiji, and Sydney. N.S.W.
Ommvilnc al KamtisS wllh twaan s al.-ar.eT ftr
At i'KUNl N. X.. WtUTt'H.M.Ma'RH. ami tittr. mrimt
,virK
On or nbout the 27th of Juno.
On rrndlne i
s hfjnj si - sen
ao
Vor PSSJbswl and tao
wt.; It. I
PACIFIC Mill STEAMSHIP COMPTS
SAN FRANCISCO,
Australia and NYw Zealand Lino
thi: si'i.iMim TK inMiir
I ml.. I U .In... . S
nil mi toiRr wr ri
J9 l"I..MM. la r tlan.ir
i.r lloimlnln.
H. r. Kinlir. of Ifaaaaja. aa
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO!
lt:l.l., oiiiiiiniiil, r.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRANCISCO
On or about July 1 8.
For Krvlelu and I'tuutuji'. or any fiirlher inriimialloii.
apWy h, M7) II. ItAfKKKI.H . I iv, .ima.
Knunl r"cUot.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
tiik ttcnooitu
Iv A M V I I, 1 : !
have rrcniur ttlsiuitrh fur Kauai, an ahnrr. until
tnsabsf noiW, S7 Kr Lktlit antl IVh.iiii ra tattni at Iht
t OW KST 1UTKH.
nnt.t.KM , ,'avnt.
P. rs. Ttiia veaav-l haa Jiwt hafii llinHttrtily n iHlrrt.
nowly tMWH'vl. i"l I'ttt in In N-rf.vt or.Ke. A 3
.n iSt f
Ilnifolnln. cth ihr Jnne.
To Let.
Ill 1 IN IS M,u
time; tabt .e
N AKI II r.
I MAS I I It.
ITirS B POl'LTItV
f t cKhtUT. b-'f ikirts h.ik, ind inl. iii-r-Ii-"..
Ur. aad lr pa, .-t .:i dM.rlli.41,.
riW.Mi. not i4timre oridl for. tape. Ti-iU,
aad U dran tnmaiiac. 1.4 Haraa, irv..nled
for. j4n ardla. .,.J hil. jt... 31 p. ret-ill
Masi.-a: iaslruenu of UI tm.lsaud d.--riplioiif.
and r :. : : '. t5 fee etHll
tataiaa. aa.iana. Minn.-v .unary. l.roo
i v ni'ii i i.i t. it. af , , ' 1 u.tor i
pari, nd .i ibi.lrr. m l a! I Imitation., M j.r
eeal
Prrf.iawiy (olaerlhaa laat .O ca paj. a aidrlt
datr). m, rard.T,. h.ir. nilb, nail,
aad other toilet braia. W rr .-rt
ri(m.ii,f). rine Mean and niturva and ci-
vat.
ceaa . .
fare, r . L.t nlk aLaJI ba
Sprrcaal
ill and l-rtttaanta ware,
W.u-fce- nd cl. and all lull la, a per rent.
Win-., of all te.-risli.Hn, below 15 of akoikdi-i
atrtmrth. S) pr caal
7.CVI w
HI e;
2.'. ')
4,400 00
IN
40 m
S.00O 00
1 0X1 00
LOOi)
a i
looo 00
T 4: iiiorrae of tariff .
T l..i .- 1 or.-., . . . .
Grand t rol.
Jan K. 1TS.
K.'iTO V,
... o.. ..1
Sr" M -
Joe. P. VCiLXia.
Xinbter of Fln.nre.
U proporied to tas rice ami sugar planters self
43i450. for hi-5 benefit chieflv the treaty
has been negxiated, while poor people who
ase pitm. Medics, lea, etc most par voder in
creased duties t?57,676 ! We believe that the
planters sbvold pay their fall share of the in
crease in taxation which may be necessary :
but we maintain that there are more judicious
methods for arriving at t'uis result than the
plan of taxing sugar and rice.
The sogprstion of a correspondent in re
gard to an incorae tax is worthy of serious
coosiderati&n, being uodisputably the fairest
method of taxation ever devised. Let us sup
pose the case of two plantations, each produc
ing 700 tons of sugar per annum. The net in
come of one may be $13,000 a year, and of the
other 45,000 for the same period, the differ
ence being doe to a difference in the coat of
production. What propriety would there be
in taxing them ia equal amounts A great
deal might be said upon this subject, but we
cannot dwell upon it at present.
The proposed tariff of from 25 to 50 per cent.
on ao called "luxuries," has been so ably
dealt with by our correspondent, that we will
not refer O it. any further than to say that the
Minister of Finance will find the women up in
arms when they discover that he rhnrm pins
and needles among luxuries.
' There has been a senomtnt among all classes
in the country in favor of a general reduction
of the expenses of the Government thereby
precluding the necessity of any great increase
of taxation. It is well understood thai tbe
thing is perfectly practicable, and that ecoootny
rrffgbt be practised in various derartmenti
without clogging the working capacity of the
Government in the smallest decree, but the
Himstrr appear tc ignore this plan as well as
the popular desire for retrenchment, aad act
ing upon the wildest anticipations of those who
are the most sanguine in regard to the wealth
about to be realized by all classes from the
Treaty, the plan proposed is to make up the
deficiency of 0,000 per annum, ami moreover
to reap a harvest of nearlv SlWjOOO a rear
during tie aeven years of plenty by direct and j a.uer taa etaaider.n .1
MMUwU taxation. i M tj
X E W A D V K RT I . H II B N T8.
CHINA GOODS!
From Hongkong Direct.
BRED BY M. EYRE, Jr.,
Napa, California.
Uaaaaa mntsaaa. wawattMa n i ns
KM H. Kr i !. ,i . vvilolnj from 40 to 50 lbs.
p.-r pair. Bmhnu. Ibiirni iiauui. etc
IVklti Dnrka. nrrmxlna IS to IM nr
p.dr, and be,t of nil litn'ks and layers,
till.' 1.- T..t:. fr. ;v.:,l will MU'kiil, fur mU nt
modirnte prtcva.
Send for ' tirrnlar. and Priie tl. to
M. EYRE, Napa, Cal.
June ith. Moinlay Clrviul nf llawnl.
in nil Wind.arl rrl t !. -t urn r will l.a.- her wharf
K:iv!iUi.i.. In Tun- TH ... Muk.-iul ;i '.T im Ik'-- on lip I lip.
Min'A.-a Itav nut lieforv T M. Any chnniti' frunl the
KtOH will lie wlvvrlUd.
OS X fmlll IHr I'maagc Unary.
Tlekel. nt llie affSM nl. .
No berth w ill he cunaMered aa taken mini paldh.. Nnl
naaoeaJKIe for nitiuarkcd Uainraffo or any Krehtbt or lav
cela ituli'M nt-elptiM fur.
Freight K Dua on Senand.
SS" nelT.irt vrill Im- unale In hnve Ihr simnler n-arh
Honolulu on the evonlnf of the name ilay she I. o f. Maul
n.vm ei. ii. WX&XtOJUk, Aaent.
lllHee wllhWIIder .t Co.. i-oruer of 'nrl (Jiieen Minn
n o v Xt a x
DISPATCH LINE FOR SIN FRANCISCO!
C. Grower & Co. Agents.
Merrh.ndl. nvM,iil Slorase Free mi
ltber.l r..h Aner, m.di on .biluneiiU hy Ho, Hue.
sil ly ('. IIKKM KK 1 CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
c
Real Estate for Sale.
I Itll I ill Ii.) H 1(1 I' till I .
To Let, Lcaae or for Sale
f. inaiiiiiMiiu rum i.nn.
I K.N I' Valutly n awleii
-IIJW
BovorU X2xailcrtJ.xa r . fa.
Jiart a. lkwiij.
Kor nirlVnlar
ai ni
To Let.
Ill T
ITel
ami irnmiwi artJwtMaa.
hn.ni. -ty.nl.' ro.nl
To Let.
laal,i.,, .aarllar. aai I I a a a.
For Rent.
nut hi: i in.t.Y aii rriri
illnt.ly.
la. Sin
Brower & Co.
iTorri.1'1. Arrangement.
On reeeipt of I
eoiy of l he nil
monthlr, the re.
the I". S : and d
isbed. inanili
Journal pub.
I dn-hliilly the heat I'o
ana only ii.j ayiar.
Itenae state where you n tbbi advertisement. Orders
may also be left nt thh o(Bre. 513 3m
.NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.,
OF LOHOOR AM) KD1MII UGH.
nxE cosnuiT mattiso.
CHOICE OOLONG TEA,
(la Bxaia boxesV
BASKET TEA,
(very fipe .qnaJiiy ,
. U m A S II.LA CU'ARH,
Chin Crocstery mad Tin- ax .
Lacquer Ware, Ivory Ware,
CAVPHOR TBtTfKS,
Rattan Cliairs,
GP.A-S.S CLOTH.
SILKS, FANS,
Lanterns. KItea, nrtvCraefcera.
GINGER AND CHOW-CHOW
BBICKit, akc. akc .
FOB HALE BT
CHULAN & Co.
Superior Oregon Sugar Cured Hams !
Extra Corned Beef!
(in lOOib. Packard),
Bee-elveaJ Last Trip mf i. A. Falfcin bttre anal
FOK SALE BI"
CASTLE & COOKE.
W Zma.
friT.tl. a,000,0O(l
Arcnmnlaled anil IiiTe.trrl V I. : - - I I -
raiiiK USnBftS IGSHD HSTB BBSS AP-
B riMJiTKP AOBSTj It II - Sunlwirli lal.nda, and ara
aathoriiod to insure .gainst Fire nnun fatnraMe terms.
Bi.ik tken in any part of the Idandaun Wm.len Buildinjrs
and marrhsn-liee ptured Inertia, Dwelling lliflae. .nl Purn
itnre, Tinil r. Ciwla. $htp. in harlaw with "r althunt earetie.
,r nnd-r iepir. Wily ED. HDP rjCHLABUKK k I'li
"FA M I LYM ARKE T T
. H MLLER. Propriclor.
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poultty, Vegetables, &o
Fnrnislieil to Ort!e?r.
JiXTBAS. -Tneadaj- ami Thnrailars Veal,
rilaaja aTlafc,
Rn mlnya Lnm b.
(Unlea otherwise ordered.)
The rruprltor haTlna leased tbe neat and eommodloos
VEGETABLE, FRUIT 1ND POULTRY MARKET,
Adjoining the Family Met MarWct. wL'I prpjred to
prncnptJy mod aatfeaWrtoiilr tin orlra for t-vrrythlnjc rt
qnhdt to (brnhh the tHb!.i with ail the BubntaWtiaJa and
DeUcaries the conn try afforla.
( Mi i p i :: 3" s n p pi i I on Short niirc l
Mata. Ac, dellTered to all porta of the city without ex
Ira rharr- (1 2ro; O. WAU.KK.
CHRISTIAN CERTI,
CABINET MAKER
BHiS TO AMM VM; TO TIIF.
'I i;LT('of ITonoIuin. i.'ut tf h-n parhavl
Hit mtmw inTl-iMlaiPii r U'lf.r.lAM Yii lt-
KR. Hot.-! stres-t, n xt door to Stn-hata' Urxut
Atore, an1 that In futore the baafriein wUl becArriel on by
mm M tbe ratre prront.
C O. ollrtts a fair ariare of the pobHc patronna;p, ami
prrmroa hia patrons civility, attention and jffood q'uilty
for th4r money. &M 1m
Notice.
WH I IM ill it. i tBIKT nKKK Iff
reHnqnteimr? hia hnaineaa In Hotel -Street, thooita
hia aaatsnera for the snpport accorded Vt him In the paut,
and commenda in their notice and psUrouaaje h i wxk
or C. JEeTt1 by whom the btrslnag will be carried on
In fata re. Wi Im
CIGARS,
SPECIALITY OF HAVAMIA CIGARS IRITITIORS:
Obdebs mnrwKmnvt pbepaio abb
PB;llfm.V and cwi-fully attended Lj tiy UJCfMaUB
KKilP.IIAIIX. Kas.l.arg. in im
Champagne.
RtUART Pi: It I: A farte Blnnelie,
guarts and plnu. 'ow lajidins ex " Ka Mol."
For tale br II. HACKFXU) a CO.,
in im . Arena
Fine Manila Cigars!
i m; ixvoire or vebt m pi:riob
V liuauity, pot np in bote, of 300 each. Just reealiaS
direct from Manila For Hate by
tc- BOlXEHaCO.
Tallow Containers.
I00a.o...:T,E.
IM OAK I I i l: i
t-, Ganona each.
Cleavi sattd cood for any purp3ar. For mie by
SH-:ms a. W. PJintCE at Co.
Agents
in alw.i, lH
! . ! Ili.lea mil
a ii. New Y.uk and
er.in.de.
'. BRKU F.R t CO.
California Lime k 'White Brother'
U tJll:T -lle-Tt qai
IMS j BOU-tH at CU.
E.:l.IftlI PDBTHJIII I taiKST Bert qaal-
mM rortai by
F. Ti LENEHAN & CO,
OFFER
FOR Sua.T.Ti3
Till: I III. I.OW I M.
Iff GOODS TO ARRIVE !
m UUTBUI
BARQUE CANOMA :
JO.SEPfl R0SSER, MASTER,
DDBOBTOB AHOIT Illl ui. ji LT KKXT.
from otaoow,
MACHINERY
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
beat Bar Iron, asanrted slzea ;
Best BUeet Iron, aswrted Haea ; IU Iron,
A I I.M: A.VHOKTMKST I.WOH l: OF HMWVM
a wciiUTuons'N
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
AST) RAH0E3
Tins White Lead, Tins While Zinc Paint,
Una Genuine Bed Lead.
Tina Black and Bine Paint.,
Irnmi Boiled IJniw d OB
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH i
CLAY.
BEAT BL.lt KSM ITH t O IL
BE.1T WWKMM MIL
Annealed Fendns Wire, aaaoned aiies,
(ialranlxed Fencing Wire, al! size.
Galvanized Buckets. aMnrted rises.
A General Assortment of Supe
rior Stationery
DRY GOODS
Conalstii.B; of
Faocr Print, White Cotton.
Handkerchiefs, ninrbama, Coatamea, aaaorted,
Tweeda, uaorted ; Broaildolba, Coaling..
ALSO. A FULL AHHOftTME-Vr OF
Brandies, In Cases and Casks;
Geneva, in Cases and Casks;
Ceneva, in Baskets:
IRISH AJTD ft oTt II H IIINBIEH, , w
ami caaK ;
H FEBIOB PORT.nilEKKlEM, In case and
Desirable Houso Lots for Sale.
M 'I III It I III I s ui, II... Is I i m, . I
For Sale or For Lease
ii smx.1 i mi imriid I'll tats
Mortgagee's Sale
OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
OX
s nun iiii Vallrj IC.i.l !
IBVMVABJ To a push ar ai.K rax.
T.I.KII In a eertaus aimaaaa In i I sy
s I I.: ioie
luarta and ptala ;
ISRlXUs) rWSBrssBBK
IIKVT IX Ol A PA I.C A I.EM. Quarta and Pints I
HeEWASTH POR r F.R. Quarts and penis
Ajar ALE, Uunrts and pint.
SALES MADE TO ARRIVE
& la
Dm
aa
dam. M
IXt I
i eaf I
tnued Uiisatb da. or Jan. A.rX. ItTa.
CIIAX IL IlI-KOP. Suncas.,
(7 hia ktlorne, a art.
E. T. O'HALIItk.'
e-.l lti.r U.t t;
M
J .H.- U fATT.
tl JeT.:ijT.tl.
aM'
Notice.
: .1- i. k m k i
euipl'ivmeni itn . uir
his speiitr hk Tnpiiaiaia
reeylna, LeTelllna, Jluk nf U. aast aT a
nir irnx.ti'iu. 1 - II II nl Irilf.a I
laciory. iiHi.rei 11a. K
drasaauna a aaaaaaaaaaaaa m I
Bsperlenee of Iwnnt rear la tnrpsead c
drea ommatirMitmm katba W n istaa Ma
m I.',
I : IZFII ABB KMIDI tT OB
s i.i 1.1 , vamaf rn nl anl itraicera
fi jSjjB S
cor llaJlT luvllasl b, .
CIIL'KCU. abaretserrksia an bets .. 1
w ' as. as. . ski , r. ... nea are aea
who mar he llasul V, attend. There a
erenins Prayer MeeDnsj at JS a'esWC. Is Ba Inai
tsaaoui, vj mum .1 ail are atcoaa. 2 1 I y
Postage Stamps.
WASTED TO BI T Alt EA MA.1WC ALL
kind of F.areaps Htaanfas. Taa baribat aaO
esebanc prta p-ail foe .-.ndwleb aast tU ataaS sSBMSsaa.
Sheeu of stamps ant on afaarseaL
AdVlrn to i.Uk E, WAHrKS.
w im' F. O. taSaa Fiisiaai, rai
Just Received
DEB BUM i I HI It.
M. lavrs
ante In.glea of tha BKHT yf. UTICX.
Hubbuck's Paints sjut Paint Oils '
M- UUB A CO
CQTT0N DUCK,
A XKW LOT or TWC I t a i -s r. F sr.
i a i-rr-ai. ass..rinaatar sjaaaitf aalnn
ana, ii
for tal tvf ii ,

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