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AX rXnEI'EXDE.KT JOl'KXAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
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AppravM this tire:
Ktnt and the Lcyitlalurt
mn ia.aufia is the Legislature
lartner am of Six Thon--I
or, and Uiu mdic is
,.i of the Public Monty lor
: z rue nrcce&ary expenses of
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K ALAKAl'A, R.
Pl'BMSHKI) AND EWTEP BY
HENRY M. WHITXEY.
WEDXESDA Y. A VGCST 30.
mncU another attempt to have the bill brought
before the Striate bnt was defeated, his motion
failing to receive the necessary two thirds
vote. On the nth and 10th iusts., he received
the telegrams from business men on thePaci-
6c coast, copies of which will be found on the
prove it. We think that every bill of the im
portance of this should be published in the
newspapers before being acted upon, that the
public may have an opportunity to judge of its !
merits. As we suggested last week would I
very likely be the case, the salary grabbers I
fourth page. These he read to the Senate, and made another attempt to get another 5100
they doubtless produced a strong impression, i apiece, but theyHid it with a degree of audacity I
Tin: Assembly is at loggerheads with the
Cal.inet. TIil- hungry momhors have fitilt I to
derive the needed pa; from the tnateni treas
ury vault, and .in imnatietit to fn home and i
begin their work of assessing for the sake of ; biU wnuM ta prolonged uncertain-
replenishing again their empty )ockeU. Thev :
tie informed the Senate that great interest
was taken in the Treaty in California, and
that a postponement of its settlement would
not only prove injurious totrado, but might af
fect t rie Republican vote in that State. He urged
immediate action, as even the rejection of the
urn propose that His Majesty shall prorogue them
raitahh- nrinor.. will be on Saturday next, or if he fails to oblige them,
- inipo'iniini; at e.travs
Island of llavr.li. at a
ltTei v : rappcrta.
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saai aH sa s m
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b! Poand In lh- district
'1 . Governor or Hawaii.
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R. Hawaii, Mquir.-. of
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Uir place of Jo..- B.
. asad Theodoru. B.
ire O'tinul aforesaid.
nuttc.- of this fact
r of Foreign Affair.
to!. bum it nai
karaac this da' I
waken h I .oi. -. la
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eaadft b? tfc- Aotlii
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. hand and e-el of tbe Korplcn
uoluju. Uus ltth day of August.
W. L. OIIKKN.
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Licenses Expiring in Aug., 1876.
I HI AIL
T B. rare
Bainrr Marali. h
A W. M(
S Tla Fal. Wailofci.
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.. W. rimvA I'.i uanu street. UuaoJuiu,
KK1 . -IIIIITS
aaaafa. brman. C Ti:.-rcial Hot. !.
U go home uniirorogncd. They are quite will
ing to consent to have the appropriations as
made tno years ago, continued for another
year, and then they will undoubtedly be will
ing to come again and draw another ?2j0 and
air their eloquence, and save the country, etc.
We would recommend the King to dissolve the
Legislature, and make a few radical changes,
order a new election and commence again lie
The news of ihe final confirmation of the !
Reciprocity TVeofa came npou our community j
with Rtich Blai ilin suddeunens, thai many cafi-
not realize it as a fact. Although there is no
BO doubt of it, yet the fact that no official notice
at it has been received hv the i;ovoniiiieut
from its representative at Washington, ffia Ex
cellency E. 11. Allen, has prevented any juib
; lie demonstration on the part of the govern-
i ment or of the people. The official notice as j
well as the proclamation of the President i
' ought to be received by the first arrival from i
1 San Francisco. It is believed that all has i
been done here that is necessary to carry into j
effect the provisions of this convention. The i
King's proclamation of the treaty was issued ;
on the 17th of June, and published in this pa- i
per on the 21st of the same month. The law i
U exempt American goods from duties as pro- j
vided in the treaty was passed by the Legisla- .
lure July 13th, and published in this pafNer j
August lGth. This is all thai is demanded by I
the treaty iUelf or by our constitution, aud as I
MOB as the official notice is received here that i
llic- treaty is in force in the L'uitod States, its
obligations will be fully carried out, as long j
as the convention uiav last.
ty. The lollowing telegram dated the 11th, will
indicate his success.
sanreut lusl tliiit ti-cured in ttie Senate a vote o!
I IS lUMiiiM 14 on bis motion to make the Hawaiian
Treaty bill Hie special order for to-morrow. A two
thirds role was required, and itiere '" - leaa lliao
a qaomm piraeut, s3ijent r.-el lie could not preaa
Ihe mailer further, but ffiivc notice he would vex
tbe ears of the Sf ante unlit lie cot it attended to.
Mitchell aaid lie would join In the i Sorts, and
added that It would be a case ot ftult ideation if Ihe
j Senate adjourned without tukinjr action. In pre
I vlously urging his BOtioa, S.irirent aaid : "Before
Congress adjourn, the Senate ought by all means to
j take action, either lavoiabrj or uufnvorahly iiihid the
i MalalBltnii im Hlllnr. which has nassi-d the House, in
reUTci.ce to Ihe Hawaiian tnuty. I doubt if then
is a Senator upon tbe floor arluj will dissrec with
For San Francisco
rlKv ALDEN BESSIE,
Will have Quick Dispatch forthe above Port
For Freieht, apply to
S07 C BUEWF.n ,t CO., At.-.:..
FOR PORTLAND, OREGON
TTIE XEWLY-eorPERI) UARIC
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above
S- For Freight, apply to
606 II. HACEFELn A CO., Agtnta-
For Portland, Oregon,
The A 1 New (.'Upper Barqn,
JOSEPH ROSIER, Maater.
Pc uimu t ills iruoitioii. W c certainly oucht to . . . . '
act pfomptly upon ii loi Hi.- benefit of trade, or re- the treasury and help themselves to the money HAVE (JUICK DISPST.H FOR THE ABOVE PORT
l.-a-c l.UMliers lii. in me lino irmssineni which tue , v .,.r t .ore m.i r!,t t imv u-ere to ntonlu nnif
j o - j '
purposes, thieves. His siech was one of the
lest things he has done during his incumbency,
and we can only regret that he should
have subsequently deemed it eipdient
to " take it all back." In reply, Mr.
Kaai made a long and intemperate speech
which was entirely unexpected. A fnll
count of the affair will 1 found in our record
of the proceedings of Satnrday. In this open
and direct violation of the Constitution we sec
the results of the iniquitous examples which
have been set ti e- pe pie by.Miniaters and those
high in authority in the government in numer
ous instances, as well as a result of the feeble- i
ness which has heretofore characterized the
present Cabinet. The prompt and manly ac
tion of the President in resigning his chair !
rather than be a party to this high-handed
deed must command universal approbation.
On the motion to reconsider, the Attorney- ;
Gcnen.l came out lwldly in condemnation of
the resolution, all expression of opinion on it j
having previously been shut off by the calling
of the previous question. He talked with the ut- j
most plainness, telling the "grabbers'' that they
might with equal propriety enter the vaults of I
SAVE TIME ANDEXPENSE !
BUY THE CHAMPION POST AUGUR, OR POST HOLE DIGGER !
-.. B.J Sail
or cuaraaaau H
a atrrfO. Honolulu.
m".. Honolulu. Oabc.
ea atrert. Uoaolnlu.
- I It Tbr
m l Id ProbaU'.
ataroaa Nr..'i - , HiRRif at CnaxBEas.
At ?4. K-:: -phirJ H. Stanley, iaMaaal.
ftatataaa ac J . O. DaaRi&i for apprweal o.' hi aep.iinl
m axaealor of tbe at" e eftate sad for bis diacharc
tnm forth- ri It in tba mattar. Tbe court
aaaaaaa4 aad aiprori 1 tbe aceouote which were aleo i Irancisco,
anMtJ br Bcsrr Macfarlaoe attornej-io-fact jf I friend of
Wini.F. the thanks of the Hawaiian People
are due to the many able Senators and Rep
resentatives in Congress who labored so ear
nestly for the treaty, we must not forget the
services of our special envoy, ICli.mia EL Al
lf.x, who has bomfl the burden of the work
which has fortunately been crowned wiih suc
cess. His Excellency is now well advanced
rcu'y lor hU -cordially
and eariiestlyTecommeiid that lie he
appointed as Hawaiian Minister Ijf.si pent
at Washington. There will be questions of
greater or less importance, both political end
commercial, arising out of the treaty, which
will require that some person clothed with di
plomatic powers he present to represent us
there, and empowered to settle any disputes.
This is the least that we can do, after receh ing
such a magnanimous token of friendship us
this treaty carries. The cost of such a mis
sion should not be thought of. Mi. Ciiari.es
Kohphoff is another gentleman deser ving the
public thanks. He lulorcd hard and threw all
his influence in our favor. His visit here a few
years since afforded him an opportunity to
sieak knowingly on eve- point. Captain
Waddell of the Steamer City of San
has also proved a warm
Hawaii and worked strcnu-
Eiita Macfailat BaB deviate coder the will.
or trcJ discharged and bis bond
i and aVWrande: 6. M. Kobe
Mr. S ft. Kobertaoa tbe cuardiar
of tbe aie of tbe Akaruaa of ilnokahao, Hawaii.
XBaaaant exaaaioed ti e return aai account sale of
the aaetmtieei. and l.'ie earu.of affidavit 'bowing
thftt tbe aale had bcrc conducted according to law,
aad irraated ike nrdr of e nfirmation petilinned for.
tmg. . Eatate of E. H. Byd. deceased. Peti
Imc f.a- f-pproeml cf t .aim?. Continued until Tbur--day
Cff for the eon ing week.
Aac. Mi. Is re Lav.- oh an 1 Clejhorn. Petition for
usly in behalf of our treaty, especially
among his southern friends, whose opposition
to the treaty he succeeded in modifying to
Pcnon"! 8,IC-' an eBat tluit on the filial vote, although
eonfirmation thoy had Bpokcn fiercely against it, scarcely
one of their names is found in the list of noes.
Aojc. SI. In re I. vd deoeued.
Sep! . Eatate of Kae'.e daosaaed.
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Late Foreign News
at 2 o'clock tblf
41! ct. Tlit lollol
lr..u- awBBM kj
Law makers by hasty legislation can do a
great deal of harm, but in a country which has
obtained fundamental rights scenred by a rea
sonably permanent Constitution, and based on ;
tlie broad principles of common law as known
Approval of ; to (lt, Bngliah speaking race, there is really j
Settlement of i far less danger from legislation than is often j
supposed. To judge from the half expressed
fears of some, or from the idle boasting of
others, one might infer that these islands fur -nisli
precarious legal protection to those resid
ing here. Nothing could.be further from the
truth. The remedy against illegal statutes
uneettuin condition of this legislation Ima i ut upon
A telegram of the 12th continues the history
up to that date :
At the cxpirulion of tbe mornins hour con-idera-tlon
whi ma nerd olthe bill to carry into effect the
provision- ol the Hawaiian treatjr, Sarceui apoke
in fuvor of the bill and West in opposition.
ftargwot said in hit epeccb : I lore ought to be
fcrac raaaoaa to reject a bill like tbie. Senator
bhould BOaatdar whether there were not obligation!,
reeling upon them on account of the rattteatloa of
tbe ireaty. The paataga ot tbe pcndiiur bill was
Valuable to Our commercial interest, because if
turned the balance of irude hcrctorc agatatl us in
our f.tvor. Our luinbcr deulcrs, our Sblpa, our
iiiniiiilHcturt-rs, arc ail inteosclv interested in It. He
CZprrJaad the hope' that Ibe bill would not be de
feated on account of the sectional pr.judiec agaloal
It, and argued that it was of just as nmeli impor
tance t protect the Interests ol the Pacific Coast aa
it wae lo protect those o! New England, Gcoigia or
any other section.
The Senate took a recess.
Upon rc.issi uibliug the S.?natc resumed considera
tion of the bill to carry the Hawaiian Treaty into
effect. Saultbury continued his argument uud
Norwood spoke in opposition but before lie con
eluded his remarks tbe Senate, adjourned.
On Monday the 14th the debate was con
tinued, and will be found on the fourth page.
The opposition was strong and active, but on
coming to a vote on the third reading it pass
ed by 29 yeas to 12 nays. The following
taken from the Sm Francisco VoMtMTitll
jWcM of the 13th, shows the feeling in busi
ness circles on the Coast itt the matter.
Senator Sargent deserves the thanks of oar busi
ness community for llis persistent efforts ill behalf
ol the Hawaiian treaty, and we trust a favorable de
cisiou in the inafea may be arrived at before tbe ad
I journtneiit of Congress. Tlie course heretofore
; taken ill Washington in reward to this measure Is
i anything but creditable to oar 'national reputation.
but is perhaps not supnsing on the part ol u budy.
large numbers of whom seem animated by a spirit
antagonistic to the commercial interests of the
country, us instanced in the lack of appropriation
for the continuation of the last mail seiviee, the
unsutisfaclory way in which Hie treaty in question
lias been dealt n ii'u, and in oilier mailers too nu
merous to recapitulate hero. When mercantile
communities substitute intelligent business men us
their representatives lor political chetBerB we max
lo k for a reform in tills respect, until that lime nr
rives legislative vagaries will probably continue.
It has been suggested that it would be ap
propriate for Hawaii to present Mr. Sargent
with some testimonial in acknowledgement of
his valuable services. As there has been a
a good deal said about bribery and improper
influences in connection with the Treaty, it is
not probable that he would accept anything
of any intrinsic value, bnt we can at least
show that we are grateful for his labors by
sending him a letter of thanks.
The Treaty baa by almoat a miracle finally
passed. The labors and endeavors of nearly
a quarter of a century have at last been
crowned with success. And is Hawaii in a
position to realize all the great advantages
from the compact which have been anticipa
ted, and which it should ensure to her? We
fear not. We need now active and alert and
wise statesmanship. We need a man to hold
the reins of government who will drive and
not be driven. And we need not only some one
to govern, but we need a people to be gov
Parliament was prorogncd
is the Queen's speech read always lies with an intelligent and honest ju
ord Hujb Cuaocellor : ! diciarv. If such a judiciary should ever cease
Mr Loans a.M GtMT-ntcx : I am happy to be ' to exist and le sustained under the present
abac to roseate von trom attendance npon Parlla- ... , ,
ret My lati..m w.tb ail the foreign powers , .vstem of government, it would be replaced
are ol a fneadlc cbar.ctcr, aud I look forward cuu- under another system. Xo man of intelligence
Maatfbr to tbe maintenance of tbe good under- , , ... . , .
i.s Tbe cnorts, winch c wi b...-....v..
-. 1 Lave made to manenee based on nothing else bill ibs ability
I I lie UiU'-renees uuioriu-
a:aooiTi aLicli no
tH-;L aboat a actth
ajarabr existing be
ambjecla aa Boani
s ..: . - : - .
allies, to QBaT Bt
la aatad alike dar
oltlicmtiwas and tb
tiawa ol banai.it y i
A dlffiabai i ba .
aC tbat of Ibe Co
atrarUoai ot an ar
Ancsat. 1M2. wbic
: peraoaa accatcd
oeaaaaUaaa wt tbe i
i arm be placed on a a
I mm dswlT lb.oa.la; that I
of Wales, ba returned la
o! Ire I -
Wbl.-b I bi.
la pamaanrc of
bare bv prorlamat:
J India." It,
addiukw to tbe Bad
aaaaVrad to record
saBaaeat to aac and
BcW far tbe baptunui
Uaat peace and ord
Ma .y Fcnlmmla. a
W ;. .leifO.
to sustain the law under which it came into
licing, and on the strength of which a commu
nity has been induced to come here, and to ac
quire rights which are well secured by law
and by treaties. A return to that Arcadian
simplicity which in the jioctic fancy is the con
dition of savagery, is as impossible as it is ab
surd. The reported announcement of a legislator
that only the Supreme Being should decide the
law for him, would provoke a smile if it were
not for its injurious effect. The Err,crcr of
Ciemiatiy or the Czar of Russia would not for
t by which a moment dare to assume such a position. We
n "bc'prlnce ' do not however anticipate an immediate resort
good health from his , (0 our treaties in consequence of such talk, but
we df expect that those whose official exist
ence is derived from the Constitution and law,
will not often talk in this way.
I and its Christ iau
:.-gvii.a have been
ir began in these
idcd luto gcrvia and
blc opportunity pre
In concert wpb my
es for purpose ol
ing partice, bearing
npon me by treaty
Ha from cuueldcra-
en my Government
s to the proper con
rreaty of Ihe 9th ol
tic motnal surrcndi r
ence. The incon-
hicb wowld follow a '
xtradilion are great
be hope that a new
llis presence in tbat
n occasion fur an cx
and devotion to the
Tar Tad! to this c
brwe MB -or.Tv.
er conferred npon me, I
--..nod Ihe title of "Em- j
ing, as regards India, this
.trie ol my crown, 1 hare
lis occasion tbe ptculiar
rarncrl solicitude which I
my India people. I trust
ill be re-established in tbe
tat the rulers of the nativc
rept tec recommendations :
Ice lor tbe better govern- ;
of tbe President of tbe
All's Well that Batata Well.
The Treaty of Reciprocity with the Cri::ed
States of America, which for the last year
and a half has been in the process of incuba
tion, and has been subjected to numerous risks
of death in tint period, has at length Veen
successfully hatched, and is now a law ot" the
-salted in tbe satisfactory Tniied States anil of Hawaii. For this most
ShcXTvlnc'.o 'Mr no man acquainted
. has ILb been made toward ; .;,, the situation would have felt irostified in
lmu,nk"i, "ceJaiiaT'i'e1 ' t be "interest of prophesying, we are indebted to a r umber of
ronereafimen. chief amonar whom is Senator
'"bare ona'eJ. w jihmuch1 satisfaction, the j Sargent of California, who has labored most
i wblefc yon bcc made lor mjiniair- -.-,,!,. an,j incessantly to bring about the
Uaa i fib n in t of tbe IriDunal ' - .....
vt riiiaaate Appeal for tbe Cnltcd Kingdom, by 1 Treaty Bill, and who was ably assisted by
arbackattbeeaaaei -nc ibe JndlcUl Committee ofj hjg feuow.8enator Mitchell of Oregon, and
Private Oamcil. ail tbe Intermediate Court Of ,
Blip i Tlil In 'it i fl --iff rL I also by Fernando Wood and Luttreli ol the
I anticipate tbe b.: rcaolt from tbe Act prorid- ! House of Representatives.
BCalost painful cxperimeuu upon
jweaBare of other business hss
con-pieUon ol your labors npon
n ecu imoonance. Among
The bill as all will remember, was brought
up before the Senate some time since, but that
bodv at that time referred it to the Committee
tbr bill relating to tbe Ur.ivereitic ot , F,;n Relations, and when reported back
sad Caaab age. to the administration of , . .. . , . , . , .
I to tar taw aneexuajt maritime contracts, laiuiom. " " - --
r too tarewell. 1 pray that the blessinga -j ,:m- -frrt. thia limo to the Finnnco
tfhBatBWe BByretoBvtmrpircent labor,
I os ail jobt aauaa, awininsiaw. v -fc"'
Stormy debates, vituperative language and a
marked departure from, and disregard for, par
liamentary etiquette and dignity has character
izedthe proceedings of the past week in the As
sembly. The bill providing for the encourage
ment of the standing army, which was the or
der of the day on Tuesday, occasioned a long
delate, and was finally indefinitely postponed
by a majority of one, the President voting with
the ayes. The bill provides that all soldiers
who shall remain in the service for a certain
length of time and shall distinguish themselves
not for bravery in Kittle but for quiet dis
positions and general goodness of character,
shall receive from time to time an increase in
their wages, and after a faithful service of
twenty-five years the gallant braves "that
never set a squadron in the field, nor the di
vision of a battle know more than a spinster,"
are to retire upon a liberal pension. The mo
lion to indefinitely postpone was subsequently
reconsidered and the bill referred to a com
mittee. The appropriation bill was considered
and the department of the Attorney-General
completed, and a number of items in the de
partment of Education passed. Iustead of 800
for traveling expenses oi the Inspector-General,
the sum of $1000 was appropriated for
the expenses of the four governors who in the
future are to be ex officio l!ispectors,-Genoral.
On Wednesday- two reports were brought in
from the select committtcc to whom was re
ferred the bill to indemnify the Minister of Fi
m nee for the expenses of the first mission to
Washington in behalf of the Reciprocity Treaty,
but no action was taken on it. The committee
to whom was referred the item of 70,000 for
support of military reported favorably, and on
Thursday the Assembly took up the matter in
committee of the whole. Mr. Rhodes made a
sound speech against the throwing away of
this large amount, and favored the appropria
tion of not more than SlG,000 in which should
be included the expenses of a saluting battery
on Fisherman's Point. Tlie matter was again
discussed on Friday, and every amount which
was proposed was promptly voted down by large
majorities. The motives for this sudden out
burst of economy are not very obscure. If the
Legislature wonld only exhibit a little wisdom
and true patriotism and stand fast by this ac
tion, they would for once do something to
benefit the country. But it cam.ot to be hoped
On Saturday, Mr. Halstead's bill imposing
a tax on incomes passed to its second reading.
The present is a favorable time to initiate this
system, which is infinitely fairer than any other
system of taxation, and if during the coming
bi-ennial term it is found to work well, the
next Legislature will have a little experience
to work on, and may amplify, modify and tra
in which he Hluatratcil the shallow
ness of the Hawaiian mind by his reliance
upon Bitch silly arguments as that because the
Assembly might without violation of the Con
stitution vote themselves postage stamps, sta
tionery or ice, therefore they might vote them
selves money to buy food and clothes. In the
course of his remarks he called the Attorney
General a liar, and to the surprise of all the lat
ter took no apparent notice of the insult.
However heated or excited the members may
become in debato the Ministers should alwayB
insist upon receiving that courtesy 1o which
their official position entitles them. They can
not do otherw ise without a loss of dignity aud
of popular respect. For once the Cabinet
stood together, Mr. Green ably seconding what
had been said by his confrere, and informing
ihe impecunious members that while he amply
sympathized with their sad slate of hunger and
destitution, still not a dollar should be paid
them in the manner they proposed without an
order from the Supreme Court piotioiinciug
Iheiractiou lawful. Speeches were also made by
Messrs. Kahakn, Xawahi and others of the na
tivo members, all exceedingly bitter, denmici
atory and personal. Tho utter inability of
these gentlemen to see the disastrous results
of their trampling underfoot the Constitutional
law of the land, if persisted in, may well grieve
the hearts of the friends of Hawaiian independ
ence. On Monday the waters were troublediiy the
action of the Attorney General, in requesting
that the offensive language uttered by the Hon.
S. Kaai, on Saturday, be entered upon the
record. This brought the Hon. Xoble to his
feet with the retort that the Attorney had also
used offensive language, by which the feelings
of a majority of the numbers were hurt, inclu
ding H. R. H. the Prince Leleiohokn.
After sonic oiscussion, the Attorney Gener
al explained the runni er in which he had used
the objectionable epithet. He said that on
Saturday be had remarked that If tha members
had the right to vote themselves one hundred
dollars each, contrary to the express provision
of the constitution, they had the same
right to march to the Treasury and take the
last d.illar out of its vault. Some person from
the representative side then said : " That
would be stealing," and that he had replied :
" Yes, it would be stealing." He had not,
however, intended to say that the members
who voted in favor ofr the Resolution were
stealing. Mr. Kaai, then said that the Attor
ney General had not modified his language;
that the Attorney General had said just whst
he, Mr. Kaai, had charged him with saj-ing,
and that he, Mr. Kaai, did not eec fit to retract
the statement that the Attorney General was
The Hon. Mr. Xaliaku presented a peniten
tial resolution setting forth that the action of
Saturday last was disreputable ; that he had
voted for the extra pay, and now desired to
abandon tho resolution; that the newspapers
be requested to say nothing about it. His
resolution was indefinitely postponed.
A resolution was offered by the Hon. Mr.
Pilipo to this effect: that the Secretary of this
Assembly bo ordered to draft upon the Trea
sury for the sum of So, 500, and that he be
also instructed to pay tho members the sum of
5100, as by the terms of the resolution of Sat
urday last. During the debato upoa the reso
lution Mr. Pilipo accused His Ex. the Minis
ter of Foreign Relations of prevarication (hto
punipum.) HiaTixcellency immediately rose
and insisted that Mr. Pilipo should retract his
language. After some sparring Mr. Pilipo re
tracted. The resolution was indefinitely post
poned, thus putting an end to tho salary grab.
The Hon. Mr. Kaai introduced a resolution
to allow His Majesty the sum of 820,000 to de
fray the expenses of his mission to Washing
ton, making a few remarks in favor of the
resolution, and moved the previous question on
taking his seat. The previous question which
shnts off all debate, prevailed, and the reso
lution was carried, tlie Ministers voting in fav
or of the resolution. Several of the members
refused. to vote on account of the manner in
which the resolution was introduced and
forced npon them.
On Tuesday a resolution to inform His Ma
jesty that the Assembly desired to be pro
rogued on Saturday next, was carried by a
vote of 20 to 15. On a motion, to reconsider,
the resolution was amended so as to provide
for the current expenses of the government,
and adjourning the Assembly to the last week
of February next unless sooner convened by
The Hon. Mr. Waterhouee introduced a reso
lution inviting the Hon. Mr. Rhodes to resume
the President's chair, which wa3 carried after
complimentary remarks by tho Attorney Gene
ral, and a vigorous speech from the Hon. Mr.
Xawahi r. gainst the resolution.
For Fretb;and Pavaaffe, apply lo
axat F T. I.EltEHBW A CO . Agent,
For Portland, Oregon.
The fine A I BrU:b Car 411,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For rates of freight, apply to
60.1 TIIEO. H. DA VIES, Agent.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
Tin: splemii srK.twsnif
fkruikk. C ander.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Sept. 12th.
For Freight ami
apply to iBBT
Passage, or any further information,
II. sTAOZntU) 4 ( a, Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia ,.nd New Zealand Line
THE NPLE X lllil N I I: A .H Ml I 1"
CITY of NEW YORK
VIII, Y. Coiiiuiikader,
X7"ill Ijoftvo TToiiQluli-.
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W.
C'tnuectlns; at Kandavu with Company'! tfnner for
AUCKLAND, X. 2.,POUTClIALli.llit1aiHl in termed... I e
On or about the 19th of Sept.
For Freight and Pats-iKe, and further information, apply
10 (M3) II, IIA('KFKLI) & CD., .vgenia.
men m kilsiea
Tha Centennial celebration in New York lorpaMed1
all former celebration, and wai an uproarioui affair
conducted hj hundreds oT tboaandf of good natnrad
people. Tbe celebration au bejnnd any runl dea
cript a. ThU waj the case generally over tbe whole
At Berlin all the morning journal, and eonrpie
nomly the National Gazette, bar leading editorial
on tbe Centennial of American Independence. They
congratulate lb American in the wrmt term.
The Pari, journal, of July Dth contain leader, on
the Centennial celebration in tbe United State..
Tbey dwell with prai-e on the prodigious progress
mad bj the B.pubUc line. 1771.
September 4. Monday Kona
September II, Monday I .rcull of Hawaii
September IB, Monday m Circuit of Kauai
(touchinir first at Xawlllwill. returning to Honolulu,
Friday, a. kf.)
September n, Monday Circuit of Hawaii
On all Windward Trips the steamer will leave her wharf
at 5:30: all trips to Kuuai. will I. :ve at 4 p. M. On down
trips tlie Steamer will not lave Kaalunlu before 8 a. m.,
Kutvulhue before 10 a.m., M jkena as per notice on up trip,
Mialaea Bar not bafsra 7 a. h. Any change from tbe
above will be oilvertl.i'd.
Iter "o i lil Tor Pnaanirr Monry. a
Tlckrta nt die oilier only.
No berth will be consldere i as tr.r:en until paid ft. Not
responsible for unmarked Ilagagt; or any Freight or Far
eels unless receipted for.
Freight Honey Du9 on Demand.
a Baaflbti will be made to have the steamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of the same day she leaves MsUl
SAMUEL O. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fori A Queen streets
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
i 1 1: i.i x ; . m AST i : it-
Will have rrtnlar dispatch for KauaJ, an above, until
furthf-r nolle1, r Freight and Passengs-rs taken at the
HQLLE-S A CO., Aenta.
P. :S Thi vessel has Just l'n thoroughly repaired
newl-yr ippered. and put in in perfect order. ft '2
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
Jffi C. Brewer &. Co. Agents.
B -jf -IV Ta-bl irr. icemen Is can Mwrus bj
made Tor ttorajre and ftUipment of Oil. Bone, Wool, J and
other Merchandise tu New Ifedford. Bottton. New Yoik aod
ther Eaarilern Porta. t&- Cuh A l v ine - made.
MMj a BREWER CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer &, Co. -Agents.
Merchandine recelfed Slornvr Frrt uml sVvJC
liberal cash idTaoce made on ihlpmetH by thle line.
541-1 C. BREWER k CO.
Y 'IRTIE OF AX OitDER OF Till:
Mapreine l ourt, and also onder power of attorney
from tho heirs of the estate of Ludwig If. Anthon, dv
ceased, wi:i b suld at paUIc auction, at the Court House,
at WalUJtu, Island of Mao I,
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1876,
at 12 o'clock noon.
The following Real Estate, situate la the district of
Kala, In the Island of Maul :
Aapueos 1st and id, and more particularly described as
folio, vis :
IVgtnnlng at the makal point of this land In a path
croat ng tbe bottom of the of Kama:hu Jnat wnese
It divides, forming Kahapjpa Uulcb on the Kast and Malta,
hnl.. H .u. eh on the WtSL and run:. lug raaiika along ibe
!- in of Kahapapa. Uulch between this lot and Aa,pu-o
nul to the raattal point of Aapoco KaulKi ; thence along tbe
bottom ol ttie some gulch wnlch svpa-ate this lot from
Aapu-o Kanlkl to a'-iuko tre and to a patb at bead of
gul h ou Its Eastern br uc near tlie Eastern base of
Pnupaul, tfience South 7i: Kast 11.00 chains to path
running rnaulca , thence S nth M3 Kast 14 40 chains
along said path and uuto Junction with cart road to Kola;
thence nearly following cart rood North 9 Kast 16.44
chains to Kukol tree standing In the bottom of gulch ;
thence 9outb 00 Kast Ul chains along up said gulch to
Its bead and toward to small plain ; the wee booth 74
East 21-13 cbair.s to makal brin ol gulch which is sepa
rated by a narrow ridge only from an ttMSr gulch : thence
Houth 12 West 4.'0 chains acroas fiiktgulcb i.nto above
said rtdge : thence following tiiakal brtna of second gulch
Soatn 71 - - Wet '22-4 chains to bottom of gulcb running
makal, which atlts lower end is called Makab ilali Gulch ;
ther.ee along said gulch which separates this land from
KaJlallnol to place of commencement at makal end of
this land and including an area of 643 69-100 acres (except
ing and reserving the rights of native t'.nmnU).
TERMS Vpset price of $1400; one-third cash, one
third in 2 re-.ra, oue.third In 4 rear for S rears) wtub
interest at s per oenL per annum secured by mortgage on
tbe property, or all cash at opti.tn of purchaser.
The purchaser will he fornh!. ?d with decree ofconllr
ntion of sale of the Interest ft minor heirs, and with
deed of conflruiatk.n by the widow and the heirs who are
of age. Other title papers at expense of purchaser.
UL THAT IA BK1 IRFD TO rovf 'K AWT
Grasp the handle, as shown In tb cnt ; drtrw it
always striking In the Mime place, or seae it natal U.
cyilnd-r: raise It out and drrp tt on to :rDUi.1
handle in the hand, and the earth win fail oat. TKT THJUK
We also Offer For Sale,
Star rol!ri Ptnwa.
t'hamli on Mowlni '!
Ptrk ..-a. Ik- Mell
Bali.-.: t an Krlrra.
Rloii, ami slatar.
Barruira. ami .:. r
ilaj milrni. Eaalv iVKl i ossara. Vkaa
TIV keep on hand a Splendid Atsortnttul f
Builders1 Hardware A' fffMlnii Tools
And are ranatanUr maarlna addition, laarato. - rrn.i ipaisallln a
House Furnishing and Ornamenraf Gcotfs.
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers, and Oils.
C U TI. E R k"
Seines and Twines, Fish Hooks and Lines
Agents for the Averill (bemieal Paini (a.
THIS PAIXT IS MIXED READ Y FOR rsE
And can lf had In S. 1 assd I gallon ronulners. A ven
said tn be nperlr t nny other Pnlnt iul. V
deliver any quantity, i f Uiirty-onf dltTerent shods and eob
In sixty days from tb time we receive the order.
nrUr Is bHng sold tn tbr rnXf mma. mxB i
can be selected fr. m a saaapti
We are in Communication icilh Maumfartartrs and At?ent$ afafl ki;im of
IMPROVED FARMING TOOLS AND MACHINERY!
.. nESPE.Tfl I.I.lf
Solicit Orders ior any Class of Goods in Our Line !
Goods In our line not obtainable In this Mart t, we still IMPORT TO OftOKB, ttmm saagasska. Oajaajaf
any part of tbe Lulled States, on the most liberal terms.
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
w sa l ST ailai
JOHN NOTT & Co.
OFFER FOR SALE
n ALVAN'IZED IRON' FIPE, 0000 feet assorted aizea, J.
VJ Galv'J Triniminp, Elliows, T Ways, Reducers, ConplinKa, I'ua Canpiing, Check Xata
Cases Charcoal Tin Plate, 10x11, 14x20, 12x12, IC, IX, 1XX, 1 XXX,
Best Banca Tin, Copper, Iron and Tinned Tacks, Tinsniitha' Trioiroinca,
Full Assortment of Hand made and Pressed Tinware,
Sheet Copper, 10, 18, 20, 24, 40, 00, 00 oz., 49x72 in.. Sheet Zinc,
BRASS AND SOFT SOLDER, Iron Wire, Lead Pipe,
PLt'MBERS' MATERIALS. Sheet Lead, H Silai, Stop Cork-CARR-S
PATENT WATER CLOSET, Douglas Pumps, Rubber Hoae. Hoae Nozzles, Sprinklers,
Full Assort mont ol" rX',iiiv;iiM !
Always o Ha.nd.
GALVANIZED BUCKETS AND TUBS,
1 aslaH' 1
We wonld respectfully iUTitc the atieobea af
Uouse Keepers Ut our lull and rmpUla tmm I
8TOVE3 AND RANGES,
From the beat Troy and Albany, Sew Tork
Stove Foundries, consisting in part of tbe
" Buck's Patent," " Mana Charts," Ls-irvl.
Opera and Coupon Kangea. Also, Shi Has
Range, Vicloress Stovt au-1 Pkcife Caboose,
made in Glasgow, where iron is cheap.
.and lo Arrive rr 4 ii , r Vw s ... '.
und jrra, Hmil.:
Parties on tho other Islands favoring ns with orders by mail for any of the above goods,
may depend upon having their requirements filled us satisfactorily ss if present in person.
ordering stove, state requirement and limit. Goods carefully packed.
wo"" No. 9 Kaahumanu Street.
LEGAL NUT ICES.
SI Wti llK OI HT OF THE HAW WIAV
NIanili In l'rnbule.
SI I'Kf.HK Ol HTOI r.B UUMIIn
I.AM). In Probata, lalaod of OaO.0. B, tB
f tit- estate of Josef How, Me at
ed ortr bjh tr.g time Ur wm
rrtln pablirat on ut out.- of ta
In the matter
liana. Maul, del
bate of will and
In the ma:ter of the estate of Matilda Erbart. late of
At t bambers, before Mr. Justice JuUd. Order of IVtlce
of Petition for allowance uf accounts, dlachatse. and tltial
dlatribiiti'in of priiperty.
On readmit and tltlnz the petition and accounts f Peter
C Jones, Jr., admfnistnitor with the will of Ihe estate f
Mutlltla kchnrt. Bala of Honolulu, deceased, wherein h
asks ut be allowed S.)77 4-1, and charge) himself with "flutters U-staniffitary u I fit
$Rl:m II, ami oslu tbat ths s.nie may be exuminel and ln'l "f Maui, baviruj hero aiet t
approvefl, and that a final orler may be made of dlstrlbu. uJl br-0y ordered, tat YH
Unit of the property retnaluitiK In his hands to the persons S'TKMBKK. A. R .:. at
thereto entitled, and dtsch.irifinir him and his suretlpa mt th Url rMOin nf oart
from all further responsiolllty us jtucb administrator. I ''lu. and the aaue la. berenr apani
. It Is ordered tbat Friday, the t:ih day of September lor Pr 'TI"K aaiil will and hearing asM asjfal
A. D. 1 -7 tl . at 10 o'clock A. M . h. fi.re th.. mi.l .frtatlr... i where sny persiin Intatawsi d mar sshmi
at Chambers, In the Court House, at Honolulu, be and the
same Is hereby appointed as tbe ri.no and place for hear.
Ing said petition and accounts, and that all persons Inter
ested may then and there appear and abow cause, If any
they have, why the same should not be ar.tnt and may
present evidence as to w bo are entitled ro :e satd pro
perty. And that this order, In the English language, be
published in trie Hawaiian Gazette newspaper, printed
and published In Honolulu, for three successive weeks
previous to the lime therein appointed for sail bearing.
Hated at Honolulu, H. I., tins llth day of August. A V
A. FRANCIS JCDD.
Justice of ibe Supreme Court
Attest: Walter R Seal, t'lerit of the Supreme Court.
60 V 3L
1 1 1IC MA1TER OF THE KMATE Ot
Sylvester isahtan 3 Castro, late of Honolulu, de.
Notice la hereby given that all persons, whether secured
by mortgaga or otherwise, having clalns or demands
against tlie estate of the late Sylvester Aabtan y astro,
derei-sed, are requested to present tbe same properly
autlK'iitlcstcd. b the ondrsigned at ISo. 9 Kaahumanu
trivt, Honoluln, withtn siv months from the date of tbe
first publication of tbia nodce. or tbey will be forever
barred ; and all persons Ind. bted to sold estate are hereby
rtqulred 10 mate lmm dlate payment to tbe undersigned".
nonoiuiu. August is, isis.
ANNA SABI.AW y f ASTRO.
Administratrix and administrator of tbe Eatate ot Sylvester
Sabl.t'i y ' astro, deceased. 0.VSt
T.1XF.n TOR M .OTH K Tilt. I Wl K-
Fj signed hereby give notice to all persona, .hat on
the Ztttt day of Jalv last, tbey were appointed ext rotors
Of the will of the late John Montgomery, and tbey hereby
request all persons having claims against tbe estate ut tbe
said John Montgomery to present tbe same, duly anthn
tlcated. to W. L. u reen. one of tbe iid cgecotora. at tbe
office of F. T. Lenehan A Co. wllhln six months of tbe
day of publication of this notice, or they will be forever
barren. All persons owing debts to tbe said estate ara
hereby requested to make payment lo the said W. L.
ALEXANDER M KIBIJIN.
W. L. OREEN.
Honolulu, AugUSJt 14, 176. tV).V4t
iif. nan rt:nn of otitr 011.11.:,
Si enf:.7iK nn ar or tih:
MSK In probate. lauuid uf
Io tna tnalt.r r.r tba will ,.r Jam.
MuaoiDiD. lemM Ord.r pp.,int.. a tan. a
of win ami illr. rtiria pubtarailoii l notar. oftka
A doram.nl purport!, tn b ik. M ss.S
ni jam.. MiAina,,, utt. of
th atAiwaik naj of Aaaruat. a. i i;a.
law- wai mm4 Tr.m-
ite xia. mj at
aal pf. hat. .sa-t
and fr rni aspia n i
MSA. mt naaaa. la.
I a a an rmmm.
'. ta. tsa sap
l. a, m.ttmmtHm,
ir: lloaa. a
i"r w us 1 a sal 1
tn-r o( tm . T-n T
rtu. aa tsa WaaaS.a
wakaatka W niai
l.aa V sssswd a ika
1 "Ppaaar aaat aMBSd
X I- Jt liD,
lain. Hawataa w
and Mara P.
,,'"l'""br ""-rl. thai Tllt lWI.AT. ts TtS. DAT
oij HKITKM IIKR. A l. lTS. at to m rtm a. m . f
SH Mr, at lh. ( . art room of said Casus, at Sna.ua
t ie island nrinha. b. said tba aaa a. hrr.ar .psa ie-. !
' '.i'..- ot provlns said wilt and baaunsss ssaat aassfsMsas
wn. n .mi .. i.. r- ,nv p. r-..n I
t. - '.) aald mi. aod tb. I
pawtbscaf Mtan uwJaaVi.
II la rortb.r . r..r... tbat notk-. li.rf b. ,,
pnhlH-atlon. for thrw maM SNSA ks tka lima.,
1 '"""i Kuoto. n.wap.p.r prkataal aaat passSaabaal hi
I And It Isfnrtb.r ordarad. tlaai HaMkaaabs aasasHa eba
l"aal lo aaNl wm. aa4 sa tfcs Wn r f :mm
SrST'JL'-" ' Uf r"" ."bin mt asM was.
Dated Uoololo U. L ltk. oT AnerwM. UTS
fA!S y WASMH.
AltMt: W.LTaa TL B..rrn w " 1 'Jg,
Wir.f. . nmm-no w
Mr. Palmer of Masmachui
ton of ( California, ill of whou
edjwl.l (III tbe placestn.de
tired at the clone f the last
Persons desiring to entar
51 n !nv or Tuesday,: Rapt
They will be examined It
Arithmetic through dlvlsl
United states, Beartlna;. Wi
Letters of Inquiry may b
esdav eptem'i r Sth
Ls. Miss lein.e and Miss '
m ti us highly recomn
an thy tba teachers wt
at t A U.
All A A PRATT.
President of (nsbtl College.
The t'nrierwlsrtsed. rlaly .worn
Jastlreof Supreme l.'oarr. and haTlnf two superior Berlin
In.truments la prepared to make Analrsta of Mnf.r by
PolarUalkm. Ila.lns aarUted Colonel Z. S. Spalding last
year to polarize bia porrhaae of reflnarr asa. ara, ba bs coo
fl'lent of fltlnf correct resulta.
WH. O. IBWIS.
I. a ii t in n. m rrrjrixiK. THian
J i.I. mi. MatitFt. .lasnaas. laZUta I.
In tb. matter of the .state .f j.a, M. mt Saw
A d.oment, p..rprrtlnar to be tb. kast ara. mmn mm
mn I of John S Oilman. aWtM. kawbisi S,sS
i- P. rkaeaas-. aS w .im
torT k. Xn HAI.rol..: rill,
ED. basins swea ties br '.
"ATt RDAT Ose Sk SAT
at w aresaas t a a a,
Kmm. HawaS. ke. and r a we.-
far Srwrkss sMrtl sH
ea and where mar raw.
ronwat tsa. seed wal saat sa
j.tr. thereea? ba s If
W. . LTafAsr.
rhtrl fl! 111! asasMSC
Hnni.lulu. March 31, UTS.
THE I VJU ltMf.M ii 1:1 ..s to
Inform bis frtetids aud tbe public
geosrally that ba has
BEHOVED TO F0ET STREET,
Opposite Odd Fallow.' Hall,
Where be will glee etrtct attention In repsdrlraf cbronoma
lers. Watchee, and Clocks, and hi. watcbee will ba
guaranteed lo keep lime lot iZ month..
0S-3m J. IXHROX
-- frHT Ike hwwda t I
' Ike saM s,o,l la.i Sir ,
I basest j h ss sssaakatwastr.
aMswk ka flte daaa mt skaa .
" taw teeaaw tb.s.of.
10 tbe rowtrary.
TRE DWKLLISU IIOISK LATELY at .
Cl'PfRD br ihe eobacrfber. w tasted la n issb.lt
at. This bouse I, In first rte reemlr. .n,t fl,t ;
with all tbe coaTasueocOT of a first claaa boose.
IntialTt sf ITS an. i ww A co I
, Jul u