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n beCtl. day .f IVrfmhrr. A. It llTo,
" 'f FintT: .1 I'll si ur. ,-n,.-t,t
4ueitn of Chinese immbrralilt into Ibis
i. anc und'-r Ibe tertus of this airrccnivnl
idivd and cigbt urn and tore women bare
rd at Ibis port, pas, nccrt bv tbe Amcri
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berawa. Toe Minister or Finance baa tn ar
witb law canard to be credited to the Ai-
BBBBR BOii i A( : t Au-ti.' !: I.?!, tl.t ufi llH'uflrd
lor Eiirounc -merit of Airnmltareand Ira
ni" rrmainlnt; March Slat 1STG
Aod wberraa. Demand ban been made upon the
SawweBarTul Finance In accordance with the terms of
ii rBORin. ! ii i i 1 1 i ' i i rrmmr
II A A llAA U AAL 1 1 L
AN INDEPENDENT JOCENAI.,
PE VOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
FCRLIHHKI) AND EDITED BY
IT E X I! Y M. JVHITXEi'.
WEIiXEMA Y. A CGCST L'.
Thk news received liy the mail steamer re
lating to the treaty, is not what was expected.
Tiie treaty was favorably reported by the Sen
ate Committee on Foreign Affairs, but by gome
stratcv on the part of its opponents, was re
committed to the Cnmmitte on Finance. Sharp
a, ianer of arreement of December r.th 18TS. for i tactics mav savo it from meeting with an nd-
tfi. aum nf TLm. , A I J . A -. ., I -
niariw aMlan verse report or some other niishap. But it was
IwerWnrr, Be it resolved that the Minister nf in the hands of Wi nu friends, who will watch
Paaajatee be a .d ia betvtir autborlcd to list oat of ,. e ... - .. . . . . .
law Poi.lic Troesurr truni ar.r monies not other in- " laitliiullv. What creates most fear here is
Mm imated ttoe aajd turn of Seres Tbouaand aevcu the fact that the session is rapidlv drawing to
Hsndrei and Binrtv doinr . , . . " . . .
a ciosc, wiien its cliancea lor securing a lair
Al.pru.ro till. Brat day of August, A. D. ISTO.
(Sard KALAKAL'A K.
nrairr of Finance be authorized la
.o-iil officer and empioyeea their
f month of July 1876 in comfortniiy
ipriatiun Bill uf 1874 , alao all court
Approved tbra flrat dav of August. A. 0. 1S76.
rin ki i mi i to niam
vwte-r a ban Sir arnren. tbat by Rerointlona of Bla
MaJaeA the Klnc in Pnvv council, after ibis date. ,hi
vaaaea af Use faUoartaat coin, are fixed anil determined
at tit. rat wl oppoAtte t- tii-n. reaiaartlvely. via :
t mar Uale. doable Farl. ar'u-1. at so V. Mt half dollar.
irnli!. at A
Baajflatiantt Aaiainalaan Sa.v .-n ariia. cold. 10
.... . gK
aalf I.- . colli
a a rraue. raw. ai
- a rata. at
(M. as 4
Itauar k-re aoM. at S
aa - a-otd. at -
aaaaaaaalraataVa.coM. at -
Fraaali 4 traara. ativer. at -
v. ... .i..:..- aMiam. aj j
laaaaat sata. aavor. at
i : .- k..t.:ua; aSaaa at
1 1- aeoroaaer a-i
aaaaaj aa fi i ivabi i
I T. K. U dollar
i tb prnrknit of an Art in rerulato
i Juiv zmii., lfT, the itbovo coins
I tii TTaJiM-n Uiua rwtaabllsiicsl In pAV
4ork dutit tuid taxes at tbe ex-
Ita tsMMr payin.-nt of this contnu-tci rv
tSHflrMaalv an1 prb in Uiw klnfdooi. Willi
Uie M tmltii h Uir '. act proitdHl.
nutixy lftiartaiC)t. Jul ih.. 187s.
M in. Jko. i, V aUWi, Minuter of Finance.
Licenses Expiring in July, 1876.
Kvmc Woo Bm A Oo., Kavnfohr. Koolaupoko.
I. T. A. L WIUk. KIic tfwt. Ho'KUalu.
Hvnan Him , Xrtruaitt n-rt. Honolulu.
It, M Cback, XmuDu atiwL Honorolu,
T ai laow. cortw Maunakc an1 Ki-ic trft. Ilimolulu.
I Ab Lm. Alt T-rr, A Obw, Walkao. Kootaapoko.
a. w in: itiunc Tal t Q , cor. Maanakfft kl:ic ntreot,
I Ab Kot AMWUL Honolulu.
I N Fnuicr. Kaahnmaiiu Rtrwt. Honolulu,
14. AtWML ,'
14 T A. Uod Ftort atmct. Honolulu.
tk. At Ha He-rvlAi.U mrrrt. Honolulu,
A. At ft. Fn'"Tiahra
II H. X ire-neli. Kalut.tu. A-jutfi Kona,
la A t Oecborn n.. w.lofilnn, Kuu
1 Veaaaa Bro . Mereaant atreel. Honolulu.
I. T H Ifcvw. Kaabumanu atreet. Honolulu,
I H Kir. fort atreet. Honolulu.
1. T. H lames. ICaabunianri atreet. Honolulu,
at c. n Modi-.
aF Haa Waa. Kareaiaat atreet- llonololn.
Hatrk-'t M.ihiki. JUaul.
II w K ILcalakJU. Maauakea alreet, Honolulu.
Fin XI ARKS.
T. M- I. Saaar.earaeruueen Nuuauu A atreet, Honolulu.
A aatban Ka AT. HowOalu.
i Jac Make. No. 1 and . Honolulu,
a. laaae. Xo ao. 41 and 4t. Honolulu
A. Vakaae. No Honolulu
c oiiri July Tcriu lfJ6.
Tr i t naar.is t Jrnr J. J.
Jalv atb Raaaon rr. Kaaaon Libel for dirnroe.
C Ernara piaaaatad a aiotiua to tbe Court ar-lfing for
aluBi-ny peadinf tbe bearing of tbit cam aud alio fur
a rrlTtiy'r fee.
Ma. Jranrr nAKBit rRratntaa.
2Mb. Kca ra. Jaoier llm'oery. Indieted for an
araalt oa a police oflieer rrieoner pleaded goilty,
aaaa ataa ftaad $J and ten dayi imprisonment. Tbe
I vital Stata Conaal appeared for the defendanL
vote are greatly lessened. Those who have it
: in charge are sanguine of success, and a te'.e
i gram is reported to have been received in Sun
, Francisco from Washington, just liefore the
; steamer sailed, to this efi'ect : " Tell the
j friends of the treaty that it will pass the Sen
ate." So we timet wait till the next mail, due
here about the 15th itust., brings us further ad
vices. Thk suggestion that the Legislature take a
recess of one or two months, to await the ac
tion of the Senate on the Hawaiian Treaty is
not a wise one. The Assembly has I large
amount of work yet to do, which will occupy
at leasl from two to four weeks. The appm
' priation bill may be fully discussed and voted,
! omitting only such items as may depend on the
! passage or failure of the treaty, which can bi
i added or omitted when the news arrives.
So also any laws designed to provide against
a deficiency of revenue, may be introduced, i
published fur information, discussed and fully
considered in committee, all of which requires j
time. Matters of suah importance should not .
lie hurried through the Assembly without full
discussion, as they have b' en in former ses- :
sions, and passed to become laws so defective i
in details or so unconstitutional as to be a dead J
letter on the statute book. The Legislature
should remain in session and perforin its work j
carefully and faithfully ; when it has done this,
if no news of ilip tt-pntv in al loinrl it . V.,,l. I.A I
prorogued, and whenever the King may require
its aid, he can convene it.
Thk statement made in the Advertiser that
" Mr. Morrill, the principal opponent of the
Treaty in the Senate, has been appointed Se
cretary of the Treasury "is not correct.
i There are two Senators by the name of Morrill,
! one from Maine and the other from Vermont.
The former who is a s"troiiL' friend of On
Treaty, has lieen appointed Secretary of the
Treasury, a position in which he can do Hawaii
great service if the treaty becomes a law.
Senator Morrill of Vermont is the irentlciiian
: who has been conspicuous us our opponent,
und who moved that the treaty be recommitted
! to tli Finance Committee. Mr. Bluine, who has
! lately beau appointed Senator, is also a firm
j friend of Hawaii, but since his illness from sun
I stroke has ticon unable to attend to, or take any
active part in his official duties. The Treatvais
n .7or-m m! incisure ; as such it passed the
lower house, as it is sure to pass the Se
nate, where the government controls a prepon
derating influence, end will never allow it,
after having gone thus far, to be defeated.
Congress adjourns this week, or perhaps next
Monday the 7th of August.
When the Pilot boarded the steamer Aub
trail on Thursday last, and ascertained that
there was a case of small pox on board, he iiu
mediately sent word to the Board of Health,
a was his duty, informing them of thcct. '
I ur. Htiteliiiison went on to investigate and 1
I it- in.t-i from the ship's surgeon that three
days after lcavingSan Francisco, one of the
crew was taken with the first symptoms of j
small pox. He was immediately confined in a i
room at the stern of the ship which was fenced '
; that "might makes right." A government
force consisting of about 500 men have been
engaged for some weeks in devastating the vil
lages of the hostile natives, and in capturing
prisoners and executing those among them
who fted distinguished themselves by their
bravery. Another force has succeeded in com-
; pletely subjugating the Juli Mari tribe in an-
! other part of the island. " The whole of their
towns and strong rock fortresses have been
taken and burnt, and above 600 prisoners and
' several bundled stands of arms captured.''
The remainder f the prisoners were distribu
ted among the loyal towns who were held re
sponsible for their safe custody. This latter
. victory will probably so discourage the re
maining rebellious tribes that they will not
resist much longer.
Hawuiians may thank their stars that they
have been so favored since their introduction
to tbe civilized world, in being treated like
men and bn there, instead of like dogs whose
only hope of immunity from abuse and exter-
minat!0ii lies in a cringing servility. They
owe a debt of gratitude to those old heroes
who labored so faithfully and so unselfishly to
obtain for them a recognition from the broth
erhood oi nations; to establish the govern
ment upon a solid and permanent foundation.
Yes, they owe them n debt which they have
never yet appreciated, or even comprehended,
j Had not Richards und Judd and Wyllie fongbt
I so manfully against the machiuations of those
who were determined upon the subversion of
the government, they would have been at the
present day, instead of an independent people,
a miserable remnant of the race, without in
' fluencc, without position and without hope.
lie M l-ouiv Moiuiiiiilioua.
The Democratic convention held in St. Louis
at the close of June last, selected Governor
Samuel J. Tilden of New York, for President,
and Senator Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indiana,
for Vice I resideut. The ticket gives univers
al satisfaction to the Democratic party through
out the States. When the announcement was
made on the bulletin boards that Tilden had
received the nomination on the third bal'ot by
an overwhelming majority, cheer upon cheer
burst forth in hom.r of New York's favorite
son. The public record of Gov. Tilden is with
out a blemish, and though during the civil war
he was known as a peace Democrat, yet since
its close his sterling integrity has won him so
many admirers that he now bids fair, in the
estimation of his party, to reach the highest
offi:e in the gift of the people. Not a word can
be said against him hile he has been in pub
lic life, and he has become prominent by his
efforts in breaking up the famottB Tweed and
State Canal rings.
Governor Thomas A. Hendricks, the Vice
Presidential nominee, has long been known as
a prominent Democrat, but more latterly as an
advocate of greenback currency.
The Democratic platform as adopted at St.
Louis, strongly advocates retrenchment and re-
lorm in government uuniinisiration. Tlie rag
money " doctrine which defeated the party in
Ohio, has given place to " hard money," and
as is shown by the abolition about that time of
what was known as the " hearth money."
whifh was a tax of two shillings on every
hearth; on the ground of the difficulty of re
gulating it, and because it proved a great op
pression to the lower classes, and was a
" badge of slavery upon the whole people ;
exposing every man's house to be entered into
i and searched at pleasure by persons unknown
to him."' During the loth, and 10th. centuries
! . 1. ,,.. b r ! t , , i
A. t . . . ill,, wr o iim icai iou mi it-nji u III , or tll(l was
the ticket promises to be supported bv all , . ' . , 6
i d . it mi t j gradual, but since that year reform in everv
Democrats. Party lines will be drawn closer - " '
than ever. What the ultimate result will be, ! department has been rapid and intelligent, aud
a matter of conjecture. Both parties are ' now tbat country can boast of a system which
learn that this American method of assessing
and collecting taxes is peculiarly an American
institution, having been repudiated by tbe
older nations long ago, sometimes, as in France,
with violent ovcrturnings, or by peaceful and
almost imperceptible revolutions as in Eng
land, but always on account of the inherent
abhorrence which men have to personal inquisi
tions by the government. A recent able
writer in the United States in speaking on this
subject, promulgates the following bold pro
positions, viz : " First. That the assumption
that it is necessary to assess everything in
order to tax equitably involves an impossibility,
and therefore unavoidable inafficiency, in
justice, and inequality in administration.
Secmd. That as popularly used in respect to
matters pertaining to taxation, the term pro-
irty is made to apply equally to entities and
J to symbols, or non-entities, which is in itself
! an absurdity. Third. That the outcome of
j all this is a system which powerfully contri
! butes to arrest and himdernatural development,
j-to corrupt society, and is without a parallel in
; any country, claiming to be civilized." And
he proceeds to say. " That the system is a
I success in the sense that it is effective for
j raising the required revenue mn9tbe admitted ;
j but the old Asiatic system, which limited its
exactions to a few individuals, and sent the
public executioner to keep company with the
collector, was equally a success, and far more
simple and economical."
The experiences of two of the most en
lightened countries in Europe, England and
France furnish us with ample precedent for
change.in the existing system, and illustrate
the principle, that it is not necessary to tax
everything in order to tax equitably. In
France previous to the Revolution taxes were
most oppressive and many of them might be
characterized aa outrageous, and one of the
first acts of the National Assembly of 1789
was to repeal and blot out from the statute
book all inquisitorial taxes of every nature and
character, as well as all " prescription of
oaths;" both being stagmatzed in the report
of the Committee as " inconsistent with the
maintenance of a free people." And from that
time to the present notwithstanding the finan
cial difficulties in which the country has occa
sionally been involved through wur, there has
been no thought or suggestion of a return to
any system involving personal inquisition for
In England as far back as 1607 the govern
ment began to understand the nature and de-
moralizine influence of inouisitorial tataitnn ! V Ile us un-kr a act of conditions wblcli
, . m ' ' wi must ultoetiiL-r tt eline to underuke, au
unu it as kiuuiui to auate popular irnev. noes, cannot tic forced unun ua.
very confident of victory, and when the strug
gle does come in Novel, b r, it will be a close
and liotlv-contested one.
The resolution that the Treasury redeem the
Sols, Pesos and other depreciated coins was
strangely handled in the Assembly last week.
The vote to redeem the coins was carried by
five majority ; then a vote to re-consider was
immediately carried and a motion to table was
carried by a still larger majority. For " ways
that arc dark and tricks tbat are vain," the
Assembly is showing an aptitude that must fill
the thoughtful with alarm.
The Appropriation Bill has been before the j ditlgcnces of the people
Aaamiililv rln-oi, timoa ainA nitr Inal ., I '
.w itiuia .in', vj , idol, ttllU 11IU
items up to the " War Estimate !" have passed
on second reading. The attempt to raise the
pay of Ministers to $5000 a year failed by a
vote of 28 against, to G for; H. R. H. Prince
Lcleiohoku leading the opposition. The item
is unequalled for simplicity and efficiency in
administration. In the words of the Edinburgh
Review " the taxation of the United Kingdom
is the most scientific, the most economical in
collection, and the least onerous to the people
of any in Europe. The Englishman pays no
poll tax, no land tax, no salt tax, no taxes on
any of the necessities of life, except it be on
beer and tea. Our taxes on successions and
transfers of propeity are lower than those of
France. Our customs are levied on five or
six articles, our income tax chiefly affects
those who possess realized property, our ex
cise is a tax justly levied on the vices or in-
We question, there-
; ra. William Omen. Indicted for smuggling, off to prevent any communication with the I for Military will come up to-day, and it ia to
pleaded guiltv. Witneifet were called as ; rest of the ships company, and no one was al- :
and tbe Consul urged liftat fine. Tbe lowed to sec him but the surgeon and nurse. ,
ced tbe prisoner to piy a fine of 1 2511, ! The Board of Health held a tueetinir. and in I
in and I'teston for : view of the improbability of the roiitn.non
i i f;urt adj . uraed fine die. a. .!. . ... ..
ll Villi' hOl.n ,'. lll.Tl. 11, . ..I in ,1... ...... ... ... ....
, " v.utuivu,VU KM j i : 1 . " ,
mails and cargo, they decided that the steamer
Messrs. O'Ualloran and Pteston for
Tbe frurt adj.iursed sine die.
Career Ma. Jranra Uaaais at Chambers.
9Mb. Estate t.f Kaele. deceased. Petition or B.
aNa fat aajHletnenl of bis account as administrator,
las uaail avasaiaaal tbe account and fiodingtbe same
tte administrator was ordered die-
might come up to the wharf and land her
! freight and mails, and that tbe Honolulu pas
; scngers might come ashore, but that they
should lie visited every day by a physician for
i a period of ten days. The through passengers
saaaa af . W. HsU. deceased. Petition of A. J. j wcre not allowed to land, and no one from the
C .-utbtfaraKtleaieatof bis annual account H wag permitted to go aboard the vessel
trasase of tbe estate. Tbe conn examined the ac- ; m, ., ... , , , j
a at a appeared and p-d the same a, correct: , 8n,al,P0X Pat,ent "M removed from the
ftawalea approval br tbe attorney of the heirs. j 8non aflcr hcr arnTa1' to tlle quarantine
S4tb Eatate cf fiarrit P. Jadd. deceased. Pert- hiapital on the reef. This was in accordance '
tsaa af A. F. Jadd, executor fur settlement of bit an with the law of nations and could not bo re-
Theeourt examined the account and fuson'
i tbe earn with tbe vouchers which being . .
laawtawt. tbe account was allowed and pas. ed. "c arp ' tfte opinion that the Board of
III af John Ii. deceased. Petition of A. F. i Health took every precaution which the cir
Jadd for eettumeut of annual aecnust a guardian of . , ., , ....
Arnaeli .w a minor. Tba Court examined tbe ac- CUIUStances demanded for the public health,
: It with tbe touchers produced while no foo isll and linnecPRSarv roatmint woo
I. war a.ioacu rtou
Prwafaf arill nfj Moutgomerr. deceased. Petition
f W . L. ttreaa for pnabale of will. 1 he court after
haa-ing tbe teaun-rnr. admitted tbe will to probate
aad araarad letters teataaieetarr to be issnad to V.
1- la raw and Alexander McKlbLia, upon tbeir filing
a bwad ia tbe aaaa of $M0. Notice to creditors to be
aarsruseJ ia tbe Hawaiian Gaxette for 4 weeks and
aaassjasaarj Ic be Chad in 3 days-
be hoped that the Ministers will second His
Royal Highness in his efforts to economize.
On Thursday a resolution was introduced by
Mr. Kalankoa to censure the Attorney General
for not attending to his official duties, by em
ploying counsel to assist him. The Attorney
General replied he had been obliged to obtain
assistance and had employed Judge Hartwell
to prosecute in the suits for smuggling, but he
did not state (as the Advertiser asserts,) that
it was "at his own expense." Mr. Phillips,
while Attorney General, frequently had occa
sion, during the sessions of the Legislature,
to call in assistance, and there surely can be
no valid objection raised to the practice,
whenever the public service may require it.
On Friday a vote of want of confidence in
the Board of Health was obtained under the
leadership of the Hon. S. Kaai. On the fol
lowing day an c brt was made to reconsider
the vote which proved futile. His Majesty, so
rumor says, declines to accept the resignation
of the Board, which was promptly tendered.
imposed upon trade, and the action of the
Legislature in passing a resolution censuring ! And Dame Rumor is also responsible for the
mem lor wtiat tliey had done, or for what
they had not done, was both childish, and un
warrantable, although it was perfectly con
fore, whether .any country Buffer less th; n
England now does from the burden of taxation."
In addition to the experience of theao. two
nations we have that of Philadelphia, and
Montreal, where personal property is also ex
cluded from taxation, and the burden of the
expenses of the State is made to fall primarily
and almost exclusively upon reality, thus
affording an absolute demonstration, " that any
complicated and inquisitorial system of separate
taxation of goods and chattels is wholly un
necessary, an obstruction to trade, an injury to
production, an unnecessary invasion of the
privacy of human affairs, and a self torment
inflicted on land itself."
In a recent letter written by Enoch Ensley
ofWemphis U. S. A. and entitled " The Tax
Question," we find several plain propositions,
which we would most respectfully commend
to the consideration of the Minister of Finance.
The first is this, " Never tax, anything that
would be of value to your State, that could and
would run awny, or that could and would come
to you." And again, " Movible property al
ways seeks and locates on immovable property,
where it thrives and multiplies most rapidly.
A spot of ground, a city, a state, or a nation
tii.it offers the greatest thrift will be sought
and located upon by the greatest quantity of
it, and the greater the quantity the more value
und thrift will the land have.''
community more rcgorsr and efficient medical at
tendance tban yoa suppose it has hitherto enjoyed
But we the Physicians of Honolulu believe that
your hill will fall of tbe purpose you Intend ; for It
Is, to begin with, Impossible that U can be carried
into effect, while it proposes to Inflict a great in
justice and Insult npon ourselves.
We desire In tbe most respectful and friendly
manner to lay before yon our reasons for the above
statement, and shall try to convince you Ibst you
are about to Ci mitiit a very hasty and illadtised
piece of legislation.
Your bill appears to ua to he unconstitutional,
and so of no value. In tbe most arbitrary m tnoer
you propose to take our property, that is uur know
ledge und skill, und ptaea them at the disposal of
everyone who cbuocs to take Ih'.'Ui, and this more
over without any adequate arrangement tor remune
The liill seems to ns to partake of the nature of
class Itgislation, which we are unitedly prepared
to resisi by every luwtul means in our power. It ia
not the details of your bill tbat need to be amended,
it is the principle of the whole tbat we regard as
Furthcr, you ire evidently unaware of what Is
our professluti.il standing. We hold licenses to
practice medicine in this kingdom. These licenses
j do aan uinkeia Pbyaicbuas; they are simply tbe
i local endorsement ol tbe Diplomas we have received
I troui Medical Colleges anil Universities in other
couutrit-a. Uur Diplomis and our licenses are per
petual; being rivkeab:e only under particular cir
; cuiuMaticca, wnicii arc not siieb ua your bill uppliea
to. Now yuu propose to alter tbe terms of our
licenses, so that your legislation is not only m our
opinion unconstitutional, but also retrospective,
unit that laet adds to the Justice ot our disapproval.
Tour bill conveys a great Indignity lo the pr.
feseiun we represent. Iu preparing the bill uu refe
rence whatever Has matte to Ibe. persona au largely
concerned in it, aud who are called upon by ii to
give up their time, real, labor and skill, which are
their property, to uuvbo.ly, und at any hour uf tbe
ulgUt or day, under heavy legal penalties.
Now We believe that when a bill is referred to a
committee, it is tbe duly ol Dial cotmoitleu to con
ler uiHitlic persons chiefly concerned in its business
and get information and advice Iroui them. This
proceeding which la only Just, not t., sy courtcuua.
Was eutirely omitted In the present case.
Wc may udd Ibat the Legislatures and Govern
ments t,t France, England, uiermauv and America,
in which countries our proiestion is highly re
spected, would never seek to put indignities upon
it such as are contemplated in the bill ih Tore us, ur
attempt to alter in uny way ha legal atutus without
asking its opinion or seeking its concurrence.
Wc take leave to contend tbut wc are tbe last
clasa of persons Its the community to whom au
offensive a law ought to have been applied.
We alone of the community, regularly and sys
tematically, give our time and skill auu labor to
many natives and others, from whom we axpi ct
uu rem unci .it ion. People cannot go to stores and
get irooUs r nothing, but what we have- done from
motives of kinduess und humanity, awVSBI to be now
required ol us us a right, and made tbe grouud uf
We have hitherto given auch unpaid scrricea
gladly aud dicei fully, but if the present bill should
pass ill give Ibeoi no more, aud ncculiuut be
compelled to do so.
Bat yoj will say 41 we have provided that tbe
Board of Health pay for the palleula who cannot
pay for themselves, and c intend lo make nn
appropriation for the purpose' True, bul you
throw upon us the burden of proving that a pai
ticulur peraon cannot pay, thereby involving us in
perpetual, and vexatious law-suits; in fact you
Wc are graiiflcd that the native portion of rour
Hunurahle body have suddenly become so cagtr
f.r our services. Many of them have not valued
Ihem much in past times. Every one of us who bus
ived long in these Islands and practiced atnung
Huwaiiaiis can cue numerous instances of bia
Services when offered being declined, snd where
apparently accepted, frustrated, i.i obeciencu to
the kaliuuas (Mi whom the people, iu spite ul tbeir
fancied enlightenment, really rely.
It has also to be remciuto-red that the Boaid of
Health bus repeatedly brought to the notice of Hie
government cases of malpractice by quacks and
amateur doctors, but have received tor reply Hut
Ibe law was unable lo lake hold ol them. Here is
surely u good subject for beneficent legislation.
Wc might then, gentlemen simply abotalu Irotn
uny present action, but let your bill he passed und
signed, without protest, satisfied that it cannot be
carried into effect without our voluntary concur
rence. But wc think it belter to act differently
we feci uu aloha lor the natives and a desire to be
Iriend them. Wc would gladly believe the ludig
niiy olieied to us to belhe result, not of malice,
bul ol a want ol duo consideration on the part al
least, of the iiulivc members, who voted the second
reading of the bill.
We therefore, while warning yon that the present
measure is impracilcablc, desire to inloiui yuu that
Wc are Very willing to ttstef into any good plan to
secure lo you, in In is town ol least, more regular
medical advice than hitherto, if yuu chouse to aval)
yourselves ut it.
Wc have an excellent plan which we are witling
to lay belorc you, if you desire it, and Wi beg lo
say in conclusion Itust wc are ready lo conf .-r wiib
you, or Willi a committee ol your number to pru
pose and discuss measures intended lor the good
of the people, aud consonant with Ihe dignity ol
our prolesst.oi, and justice lo outselvcs.
;Ve beg to .ubsenbe ourselves, Nobles and Rcp-rcseiiiativis.
Yours must respectfully.
(digued) E. II r m i M. D.
G. TuotssiAP. M D.
F. B HlT( lll8oN, at,
K. Mc K ibb; N, M. U.
8. W. Suin-sr, at D.
C U. Hoi,., M D.
J. S V ,: , H, ).
For Portland, Oregon,
The A 1 Sew Clipper Barqoa.
JOSEPH noSSER, Jfaater.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
For Kr!tlil t
il qtt npply to
F. T. LtXEHAM & CO.. Agent.
For Portland, Oregon.
The flu A I Brit h RarqD.
saatasaaaw warn awat wawaa
aad r.'iHi ta
Will have ilnick Dispatch for the above Port
For rates of freight, apply to
(01 TUEO. It OA VIES. Agent.
For Portland, Oregon.
THK FAST SAILING) RARKENTINE
alf& Jane A. Falkinburg,
lit HIM It D. .Waaler.
Will have Qaicit Dispatch for above Fort.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
(01 CASTLE dt COOKE, Attn la.
For San Francisco.
The Fine Amerlrtu nnrqiti-
i HELEN W. ALMY.a
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For Freight, apply to
S9 lm CASTLE at COOKE. Agsnta.
PACIFIC m STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia end New Zealand Line
29 labaiHla Id I
Island ofoaho. Hawaraaa laaaaaa. (aa)
In Ibe matter of I ha Estate of Llsasaaai
ortt-rappeSnOnff ta lar pinaaai aTWVs
paMJraboa i f notice of :w
A .lomment. onrportli ts
ment nf IJrwelltn ZuhHa. dir. a-4. haaaa aa aa 1
,lar of lulT A. l. Ia,
1,ort. and a petlr ttt lae r-.x-t lartxar. aflat war was
anunee of Letter. Te-aaasralarr at 1 upa rs raaww.
baring heen Bird br J.pa It. Carter: II feM,
ordered lb it rnrada.r, th ltn day sf latDbar . ft. lava.
at IJ .,Ylne A. . of Wd .tar. at la
lli I mm. St Alitctant It"
anil Ihe asm- is berl
aM will a-xt hr.rtnw 1 1
any perwai losrliaas I may aawmr
Will. ml Ihe ffrant."; of titles. IV
It H former ord,-ml that aaaaaa awawawf aa i
aaaakaaten. rVAMhp-e weewt.. "n a bi toe s
lUaetle. a oespif printed and p.aliitid as I
And ii a aanaaraaaaaaa uali
awaaarwanc wltoea-rs tuaaM 1MB, aaataa aw I
IKitalor In the t mied HfcM-a a I
probata of aakt Will, at tb Base a (!.,
Oat. I Uouolabi. 1L t..Jaiy 3-tfc. rT(
a rai.t, .sirto.
Attrw : John E. Rafnanl, fepoty Herat
is ciiAiBF.Bi.- itcrrr Jraaai
Jt Jodeau i huii. i. iiawaaaa aawaaaa, awl
la tb Estate i.f WkUam
un rettn a
same irul a I- Paraa. f 1
AdmlnM.-atur of the nu of
.-r ,:ii. ate of Wat. nan. BAH. I
II as order d that Wrdaradwr , tawaaaaf
l'TS. aa II A. af.. al Ik
aa ,be time and
i.bjrrtlona tb.t may
lutsrestrd are uollded
arcolt Jwdaw Sarond Jadkaal ' 111 H. L
Lshalna. J oly lata. aaaaa.
d aa iaa
Lira baas, af Waaaaa, aaaa.
9tir!on f Rarvn. 'iraSwaa.
a.-w.. w i j i Ti,
TIIE (SPLENDID STEAMMUIP
In the matter (.fib baatraptry af W
a rolnntary runkrnpt-
lk.fv.re Mr. Jnatk-e Jadd as l aaaaWra,
Wrtrnaa, oa US Ma dar of Jalr. A. iv 1.7 a,
K. Wrlxht. af Kotevs. lal( (aal. llswiaa.
filed hi. pv-UUon that he iwaaM la
and whereas upon
nr.ler was dalr
befor. me. to. awdi istaasd. oa tb ata flay of Awbr
Install t. to sbow caaaa. If ao lawy bar., way WW prayer
of said petition boald uot a. rraolww. awat taw arid B av.
K. nzlit be avtlBrta da baaara.1 : aaal wawrawaaa Oka
aid Zith day of July. IsTa proof Banna baaa
t Urn as mra. :lon of I h Own. tBat ! warar. , f
uu ri.i.1 fi.-'i
paper puWadled In Ue Clry of I
liarloa mavte BWJ ohJectL.n B Baa
tOvB brine (ran led,
now, tlierv-forv. It la ordered -ir i
William F- Wrlcht b. aod he ! arrfcr i
nipt : and It la runber I
rupiry l (tTrn n. ttM I
cullv e ee
I E WrlAbl lo apprar hrh ttie. rBr ,
i Ci urt Huuae In Ibe titr of H 000.0. u al aar t a
Silday. tbe 1 1 lb day of A taraat, A. P., I.T. aa la.
A M- u prore their claim, la al 1 isiwaaiis wfsa law asa.
T.aloua of SattUoo s7 of the OvU Caw.
A. IIU.M ts Jt DC.
wiXl Iioavo Honolulu,
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Connecting at Kan. in n .nth Company's RtMriKr fbr
AUCKLAND, X. Z., PU AT C II A LM KR&, and luterniiItftte
On or about the 27th of July.
For Freight anil Piii, tinii further InformaUon, npply
0 H. KACKKELO t CO., Agent.
PACIFIC MML STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
Jiawftn ' saawl I T4 as t' srWav
aiaaaiaf aaa aaaa away
Cnart saaa OS. aaaa
r ..'.(. J a saaa-
tbaaaaur. af aaaa Saaa
o i r. tie jb. taru aaaaaa
Attrat: John F. Barnard. Deputy
Honolulu. :itn joi. t(,a.
sa Tw.1 a. ta
nttra IB. II II
ind "Hvar ta-
tktnat i aa
THE SPLE.MIID STKAMMJIIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR Sad FRANCISCO
On or about August 15th.
For Freight anil Puasagt. or uny further uifortuation,
apply tit ;7J 11. UACKKKLD Jt ( O , Ageou.
la the "iupremr ourl a I far Haws,
fTALAKAl t. ha IIIKi.KtrEart
Jam tbe Hawaiian Island., klr(:
To William C. rarae. l.- iuirr. v.-nja. sat tba It
or nis ih-put;-, iireeuoa :
You are herebv roaimsmd-d tn
Warren late of tfooululr. hot bow la tba tl
Amertea defendant. In cam- be shall as a
within twenlv ilaya ot seivk. bersavf. as a. aaal
for. the vipr.ni I ..urt it. .
hold.o at th. I', urt Ko. ni of ttM i Mn tlv.Ba
bt tb. Iajsnd of uar.B. oa Monday its. third 1
nil .t tan oYaek a. a h. abuw raawa why aw raawa af
Catherine Warn n of llonolivia. paaaakaT. aaaaaa aaa aa
awarded b.r pu-auont u, tlsa tuor vf Bar Maoaaal aaaaaa.
And hare i,o then tbr Uu. Wat, wtta ran sa www af
your pnxeedltnra tberaaaa.
. Ultii.aa, Hun. tusli H. Altar CBSaf
Seal of he Jvtalkw of vjr f waiiaa. Caaan. a II. aw
Suprrm. Coart. NBrnv.li Jaw. a. IUa aaa.
By order of tbe Coon vnurd I lib day af JaS. lar. taw
rsturu day of tb. wttblB aanusM.aa. waa ffiaaafwi as Baa
drat day uf lb. Jauwary lama uf la. I vvavrt us ua. yaaar
(btrstdi j. e. H.a...B.
Deputy Clark of IB. saaavaa. wt
HawalUn Is'anda. I
'.- certify lh.1 il. wllhta aod for. nSw as WW.
ifblropv of ihaornnaiaBaiannBj Biliaiaf aaa
i Coart of Use H iwauao lauada ki Ur. Isawl tar aV
wlUy li,sTwaaBaw. '
lo wltneaw whereof I aava aarrraasa asl say aasaf
and tb. asm! of tb. aaal suprvm. Laaut, UMB MBB
day of July, a. O. ;.
Iv. S- I
Iwputy Cbtrk S
N E Wr AD V K KT I S KM ENTS.
I1ECEIVED BY STEAMER FROItl NEW YORK.
aistent with the disposition which the Legis- i
lature has manifested from the beginning, to
atep out of its own province and interfere with
the Executive, and other departments of Gov
ernment. The members of the Board of Health
aie appointed by the King in Pxivy Council,
upon the nomination of the Minister of In- i
terior, and we think they made a mistake in '
uXTUcsl, where be died. He waa one of the sending in their resignations as thev did, or in
Haaaltlors of the San Francisco Morning j taking any notice whatever of the action of
statement that the Assembly will again move 'T' " P681 ? a" ana eve.r ,acw as
. . J a brake upon the wheels of commercial pros-
a censure upon the Ministers for advising His ! tpcrity. Other things being equal that city or
majesty not lo accept the resignation of the j nation will exhibit the most rapid advancement,
Daara or a Old Fann-aa. The mint friends
eat Mr. L Zablit, will regret to bear ol his death,
wbsrt ocenrmd at flica, Jone 11. He came to Ho
aaOwalB ia laTaT. aod entered the Advertiser office,
waaar he asoe alter became Inn man. With tbeex-
i of amw or two visits 'o the auiea, be con-
I here till tbe fall of 1675. when be
On Monday resolutions to pay for the immi
grants by the " Alden Besse " and to pay the
salaries of government officers for the month
of July, were passed, signed by the King,
and are published in the official column to-day.
The Act to abolish the Poll tax psssod its
third reading yesterday. His Excellency the
Minister of Foreign Affairs who supported this
Act ou its second reading, wisely voted against
nui.ee. ursueatn.niue.oi.o-.tig.ineAssemtiiy. i tits latter body should be j the measure, which is one that every rcasona-
taugni, n h is capatue ot learning anything, j ble person condemns, as impolitic.
Mr. Waterhouse brought up a bill yesterday
Taa ftlea (Sew Tork, Herald of Jane 12tb
artvea tbe Inflowing : - Llewellyn Zoblin died at
l be reside ore of bis son in Ibis citr jesterdsr, aged
Otwavra. Mr. Cnblin was a catlre of Pensi'l ranis,
(VBd Bias ctaivlojrd as a printer in this cily for
nuvjir rear. Abou: twenty rear ajrb be wcot to tbe
waraflwfsrb Islands and became anperintendent of
to. v ..rr.rorrcia: Advertiser ut Honviluia. He c.in.e
la ttsas nlr to Trait bis sno bat summer, and m
teaswesl to viait tbe Centennial and retnrn. Hislam
Il bws tbe wrrapatbv ol many friends." Thlrtv-flre
l-c Zablin as be aas familiarly known
'Lew the Doubler" was a
ia lac office of tbe Near Orleans P -
He wttled in Uobaqne, Iowa, in Ibe snb-
. and Iron there came lo San Frar-
wbcre.be became well kooan in Ibe
: araa one ol tbe company of printer
laaaaial Ibe Moraine lali in this city. Mr.
i.'i .n r.t
that its functions are limited, and that an ex
cess of arrogance may possibly prove detri
mental. We are glad to learn that the Govern
ment has refused to accept the resignation of
the members of the Board of Health.
The Fiji War.
From late Fiji papers we learn that the na
tives and foreigners on the island of Viti Leva,
are at variance, and as is always the case
where there is a conflict between a superior
and an inferior race the weaker is driven to the
man. of sterling i wall, and the process of extermination is has-
lemrverale in all bis habits and I . i r i t-i , i , . . . ,,
ol Uk. aod a master of faif craft. &.F. burr. : "r,lcu 111 " B,u- 1 "c originate! in tne
opening the auction licenses to all applicants.
We believe the general sentiment of the mer
cantile community is opposed to this bill, as it
would open a door for cheap John establish
ments, which would utterly ruin the retail
trade. It would lie better to put the license at
a thousand dollars per annum.
The system of local taxation on the Hawaiian
Islands is modeled after that of the United
States, which is baaed on the popular assump
tion that in order to tax equitably, it ia neces
sary to assess everything ; the term ererydting
absurd desire of tho mountain trilies on that ! including not merely things in the nature of
oi aaaelroke were daily occur- ,--ij . .-i at a ! iilra.ii m aaatamllrtsaa Wn ..br. nnruuoii.
Jolt, in tbe larre cities of the Tolled I ... . """"T F . . ' r . . .
I it Xew Tork as many as sixty deaths
I in one day. Among tbe deaths
, we ootire that of Hon. Peter B.
r of tbe city ol Schenectady, N. T.. sod
r of Mrs. Tate, daacbtcr of toe late
Caaa. at aba Pa'y of Ibis place. Mr. T. bad been at-
oi tne t ourtn of July In
. of a bleb day be died
.ac beet r; ; rfaal
which they claim to be theirs. Therefore when
the Government representing British interests
insisted upon stationing posts within the do
main of the mountaineers, and the latter object
ed, the "notorious rebels and cannibals" were
speedily taught by such unanswerable argu
ments as rifle balls and the hangtnan's noisa.
of property, titles, trusts, debts, and in short
any net of assessing capable of resulting in (fee
obtaining of revenue. This system is defended
by the plausible argument that all persons and
property should contribute to the expenses of
the State in proportion to their ability. It will
doubtless surprise many of our readers to
and the greatest prosperity, whose trade is
the least hampered by tariffs, and whose pros
perity is the freest from govermental exactions.
'I' lie I.esfialuture TB. (lie Honors.
Some six or eight weeks ago a bill was in
troduced to the Legislative Assembly by Gov.
Kapena, intended to provide intelligent medi
cal treatment for the nation. The first three
sections of the act make it incumbent upon all
licensed physicians to respond to the call of
the sick of whatever degree, from any part of
the district they reside in, and to treat them to
the best oi their ability, and provide them with
all necessary medicine. Sections fourth and
fifth authorize physicians to charge reasonable
fees for professional services, reserving to the
Board of Health the privilege of auditing all
bills. Section sixth provides that it shall be
lawful for the Board of Health to pay for medi
cal treatment or medicines furnished to those
who may be proved to be indigent. Section
seventh provides for punishment of such doc
tors as may regard the law to be " unconstitu
tional." The following protest against the passage of
the law, signed by all the physicians of the
city, was sent in to the Assembly on Monday
Protest of the Physicians
Again St the paaaaa-e of Use Bill lo secure Intel,
llgeut Medical Practice.
To the HonarMe tie Ugidal'wt Autmbt of the
Nobles asd Rcpkesistattves : Too hire lately
passed the second readlog of a bill to lecart to tba
The World of Wonder a Castle. Pett.rs Co., London.
Ishmael, or In the Depths, by Mra. Soothurorth,
Tbe Double Wedding-, or II, .w She Wns Won.
Hester Howard's Temptation, by Mrs. Warfleld.
Mrs. ITale's Uecetpta for the Mltltnn.
Wlddlflnld'a New Cook Book. Revised odldon.
Tbe family ave All cook book.
Miss Pardor's Life's Struggle.
Dumas' Canarript nf Daya of Napoleon.
Mlas Lester's Receipts for Cooking.
Indiana, a novel, by fle.irge Sand.
Lord Montague's Page, by n. V. R. Jamea.
XordborfTs California and Sandwich Islands. 2few edition
Mothprlv talks to Younr Ifnnaplf..ruvra
C'hltty's RIackstons. 2 rota., sheep.
Whittler's Child Ufr, lo poetry.
Wrinkles and Receipts, for mechanics, engineers, etc.
Carmlna Collrglensa, containing all tba American CoUege
Woodward's National Architect, with plates.
Mary liowltt's Poems of Kauoml History.
History of the Robblns. richly Illustrated.
Art Recreation ; a gold, to drawing and painting.
Homes, and low to M -. Tnem.
rpton's U. S Army Infantry Tactic, .
L'ptoo'a U. 8, Army Cavalry Tactlca.
For Sale ty
H. M. WHITNEY.
M AlUUA.Vr. till MAM IK. j hSuo,
- - (BBS i
Circuit of Hawaii
Maul and Kawalbae ! ,,,,,
0nr.nt: oi ur y th: ii iw tt .
a " I.V.NI M. in Mirtmte. In tlei
Atthamb-ri, tx-lW Mr. Jiuttr Havrta. (trier aim
of petition Am- .Ukmanc of mcrammta GHktm)9& maat
dllrlhu:lon of prupcrtj
On rMllis and nunc tho pitttmm mm ran Hi mt j. O.
mm aafctj m m
Auiriaat 7, MoniUjr
Augnsr 17, XVVrlnetuljiy
(returning to Honolulu Huudik.v, a. m
Aiiflfu.it tl, Mohdjiy circuit of Hawaii
'i. B. Monilay llllo
wplnmbfr 4. Monissr Kuna
tvpt(oibr II, Monday . . nit of Hawaii
SeptHibr M, Moi.tlt.jr , Circuit of Kauai
(toucbtna; :tr t at Nawliiwlll. rt-tomlng to Honolulu,
Krlday. . M.)
September tm Monday Circuit of Hawad
On all Windward Trips Hit steamer will leav her wharf
at .1:30; nil trips to Kauai, will leave at 4 p. M. On down
trlpi the Steamer will nol leave KnaJualu before S a. M ,
Kawavlhae before 10 a. m., Malcena aa per tvotire on up trtp,
Maalaea Bay hoc before 7 a. it. Any change from the
aboie will be .advertised.
MT So Credit fur Pnujufe Hoiiej. ia
Tlrlstetft at tbe ollice only.
No berth will be considered aa taken until paid Cc. Noi
respoufilble for umnarlced Baggage or any Freight or Par
cel! ii ii less receipted for.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
taT" AnefTurtwdl be made ts have the Hteamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of the aanie day ibe Wuwn Maul
HAM L' F.I, O. WII.DEK. Agent.
Office with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort ct Queen .'Streets
1. .'Il l t'.iuatd, VfMa
and chargi- huuHf wu jVmjkX mmd
lut a unal "T-Irr itwt or n!mS f 4mtmrt
perty remaiaJwg bt Mb taa a tW mmt-iu-1.
:iMi haifihim m4 Ua awiiw
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
Wlll bars rrgular dlspatcb for Kauai, aa abort, until
further notice, star Freight and Pasaengtrs Lilian at tbe
nnLLKM vx CO., Ag.nta.
P. .8 This vessel has lust b-en tborooahtr reoalred
newl-yroppered. and put In in perfect order. S 1
rvlerrd. thai Till KsliAT. THbI ana. dT or
a 11. ia,.. Bt i.n . caatra a. m .
JnstU e, al rbaiuhenv. In lh,- i ,,url llaa.
and tbe same hereby ts uppo.nl.i as IB. tawa aaal gaaaa
for bearing avS petition ail .cvuia, awd taaa aflaaaaaBBw
luteraaled may then an.t tb.r. .ppear aaal aavaaa ra. . BT
any tbey hay. wby IB. aaaa. ab.Kfct not a. (la. as a. aw4
niay prrw.nl erSlenr. aa w who .r ..OSiaat (a law aaaa
property. Ami tbat tbts order. In Ua KaarBaB waalai i W
iii.!Hlt.-t in th. llawaBBn n.
puOlUhl in Honolulu, for tttr-.a
to the tlm- therein app.iitl f r .4 Beavrlaat.
Iiale.1 al Honolulu. Ii. I . una ;;vt .tar - f loly. A. r itTa.
i mab il tiAamaa.
Jostle ul u auwreaa. I aaart,
Atte.l : John E. Bamr,l. Ia-puty ClarB.
SI I'BME CM UT er THE
lalanvla In prvaata.
In th. matter or lb. Easas. of ST. B Ho't, I
inner to snow rauar on rp.lcal'aa aa i
i',r oru.r ,,r aal. r i:.ao sa
i in r.adli g and n.lng th. cuOos .f Ah
' wrtght. AvtoilnBitiator of tb. Eaaaas wfBV
! ceaaed. minor, praying for an orovr of aal. a
eatal. bekiaglng lo said
legal reasons why atwh
Ilia neirby order eat that lb. luara ut I
I ilecaasaed, aud all peraona morvaiH vo raw aaal awssBwv,
! .fPear b.iote aal toait aa l huradar. Us IM v a!
I August, A. D. HT, at il o'clock a a . aitbataavt aaaaaa
j of thla Court, to Honolulu lawa and Ham as IB. I caaaa
wby an onter abould out be graasaal Bar taa aaaa af saara
And U further order-1 that a e..pr of laas arawr a.
, published at Irani ibr- auci-eas,.. wwebs Be Bar. tb. aaaa
.lay oi ueanng. la th. iiawa
puolube.1 lu aalvl HoooJalw.
Dated Honolulu, u. I.. July IJtb. UT.
CIIAHI EM C. H.4KRP,
..daw J Cart.
r Han. aa-
tricg ( rtcw-staaa
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PICKET LINE!
S C. Brewer eX Co. Agents, t
3 rasurabl. arrsnaem.nts cau always be tm?
made fur itorags m l ibliment of Oil, Bone. Wool. IHJes and
other tfsrcbuodfa. to New II- l r. -r I . Boston, Maw Turk and
viher Kast.ro Purla. aaf Cash Advance mad..
Ml-ly C. BREWER a CO.
A tteat: Jobo E. Rarnard. I
11 VS ill l a
XA M Ci- TJ Xj A. It
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents
NEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS !
Just Received per Aldtn Besse,
FROM HONG KONG DIRECT.
Manila Rope in small size,
. No. 2 Uenulne ManlU Cigars.
M hite and Colorsad Matting.
Choice Jipan and Oolong Tea,
White and Colored Battaxi Chairs,
PRESERVED GINGER & MIXED FRUITS,
Ivory, Haoilai Wood, Laqoered and Tortoise
Irory, Sandal Wood, SUk, Featber asd Tortoise Bbell
Silk Sashes, Silk Handkercblefa. red and wbite.
Bach as Tiger's Claw, CryataJ, Tortoise Shell, Amber,
white and red ; Catrnellan, Pearl, Bracelets,
Earrings and Brooch.
Sil verware .
Tortoise Shell, Lad's Combs, China Lanterns,
Chinese Curiosities, &c.,
FOIl SALE BT
Merchandise received ll.rsgs Free aoj
nu.r.1 caan aueances mm. on .nipmeola r.r ibla II...
Ml-ly c. BRbWKB A CO
Cncrn oi kt or tub
ULAN la. Third Jo-l covl rnMra-t
In the Eatate of Kalllbao W. , at
liawau. uaaanl. luo.tat.
B- I t- Ur Jnatica Hut
On reading and flung tb. Petition of Waa. Wawaa. of
Xortb Kobala, Ha.att. alleataa thai If iHIBaa W aat
Apos, North Kobala, Hawao, vtwat ir.t-at-i. at taaa fawaa
""ttera ''"f,'1' " t aaal Bsagrwai uaas
11 b ordered (hat aturd.y, ibe red day af aeaanBaw.
A. t. i(7(. b. and b.reby ss sp.saai. war awavraaa waM
ivuuon before ib. wua Jawtse.. as twa Cwaat bwbbbb at
i.-i.a - - art. at BapaaB. rto K
tuu. and place all Bar
sbow cause. If any ttey
not be gruta.1. and
Lngllah ao. Hawaiian
weeka lo th. GaAett. and KasBsa I
Da tad Norlh Kobala. UawaU. It. I-. Jaly laAB, A. Bv
CaABLKH PREORBICK H A BT.
Jawtie. af lb. rtreast raasa.
aawaaa Tatra J
Iaa a. Ilawao. al Wwa-B
cos roorera.d asay aagaaar wad
asm. wby aaM Pmmm aw. aaa
at taa. oroWr B. ' - - - aa aaa.
BwaaaBBBsa tar akre. .u.-raa.-.
THE A I AMERICA. It t It K AVII.I.I A Rf
BCDOETT, lilckey mastar, wUi be do ber. about
tbe end of Anguat with an aaaortsd cargo of rh:n.-a.
goods, and ZM Chineac paaaengers, conaaTUtrd to Srwn.
Chulan A Co. VX) 31
afoxs & .CHrrs,
II Samoa stwet, UliaalalB
THE I M). Hall. M. iiiuvi. III; N II ii
tbe workabop. Toots, Uencbes, alao tbe twu Hearses
etc, of MR. C. E WILLIAM., ou Hotel Street Hoo.luiu.
bega to Liform hla friend, ami tba public ganeraily tbat be ia
now prepared to carry ou tb. ba.toaaa of Kb'KNITUils,
MANUfsCTCRINO In all IM branches. Alao tba Under
taking bustnen. ThaokfBl for past farors I aalidt your
custom. 1 ab ,l endeavor to glre good work at fair prlcea
Youra reseectruUy, .w. T. DONNaXL,
lai X. II Bute! SL. Itonolnlo, II. I.
ICE CREAM SALOON !
F. HOB-; PRttTH Al. ONFKTH?IER
and Pastry look, barbig Uken tbe Salooa No. Sal
Fort street, near tbe corner of lintel, formerly koown aa
Will Open as a Fir st-Class Place of
On Saturday July 1.
(in conuecilon with tbe candy Factory oo Boiel atreet,
where may be found, at all hours of tb. day and evening
tba beat of lee Oram. lea l Basiw. "t mm (
LemaoaJe. Ca't.s.ifaii kluda. Uerman Ruses Toaatad,
Pastries, Pure Csndlea, etc., etc.
N B Prlrate Boo-ns for Ladles and Parties, f amilies
and parties own mad. Custards froae to two boors notice,
goarraotead to keep so for sbt boon. PacTlea ate, sop
pa ed with first class creams la qaautluaa to suit, anal st
m taa i sasansMs prlcaa. lm aoa
lnatrnrnentasspreparl to luak. AasMysas wf Bajatar Br
lUTbag sawMted ( oi. 2. a.
to polartt. hi. pur.Baa-1 of r. dn ,, ,
of gl.lng rorrect nnlu
WJC 6V. IB WI a;
Honoiola. Uarcb list. 1I7(. mm At
II Uk cms alien.
Water Caaka.;(l to :oo s
Wood, raaka. bn a
10a Gaaotln. Bail 111
For aal. law Br
A. W. rBTBTR ra.
TailE IMiI RMliltl) ItlUAO BUS As.
PH VTEU be tb. Haav.raba. c Nan. aawawaaaaBaaar
eat at. of ge.llk. brt wf
eceawed. tseraajr grwa sajaV-a as att aaa taaa waa
wtthinwA asoo tba awat aB pas waa a
with will attached to Us.
him for -.ttlemenl wttbln wa
dehtel ti, Sail
Koh.Ua, ISth Jaly, tSTA
a 1.1. rr-nno-n im; tJ r ,
Abnpaa. af Maaawaoon
n that rv p-rarni as .QlBiilBai
miaalon to cut wood or Basl
BBI laVaBl f Man
WAaf BSBaa IUJBJ T.
try oa. Baawat w aawwa par
arBsaaB tsaaas a7 aaw
oa .ay porttoa of ra aaal aaaat Ama aat
VkaarrewSdawtof Us 1
Otnea. Jaly il, IgJA