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HA WAI1AS GAZETTE
r ! o Ki
aa 1 ) "i at.- m M it iwt MfMi aa a mimec
an . . Jr.ss Sit ayaT: Ma Mm a aj it
arall nX in 1 ifc.i j i.i nrrtTrt Hftf i t
it'- a tw dMl f MiMMr( .
Hi Ksct-Jlov ni waSecttdtT sorprissd
by this most tmrTW-trd K-aor. and wliita
- ,: H: Vat' for :he prto. of kit
jrivd-wiH. h?$i that he rmitrit h pcnnillevl
to mkt a a form! rr-Vj in writing. The
rvplr whir was t-.:hfvjfti:r tra: a-.itti to
Ht Slavst. was as follows:
i asr.- or mi Vxma. stirs.
I tr from Hana. Th Hon
raovau to amead tht moll
Jituwr should tonoh at Bwa,
A&t Br Oat 11 1 ii Itil
n f i; v
KI ANP SMTIP BY
os. to tar rac 0
trr4r thrfrxM ast
I pravi faith by ct
la r: rM ... BaBl t
ITE PXEXl'A 1". SEPTEMBER T,
: Mi i
Wad. At thr
cam? a Ysa o CMi
hic5i hosae m i at 4k
Tear weja.'. B WKttf
rW-r ot k m. bar, r ha ksti
TW Wot a- n adires. .
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ant mi tbc Tanod States baa n
wait Mh.nbMK i.: CArrtait it it
Arats, eras Mar an oay m
tar raar of Oar LorJ 1ST, it af
fiaaaxaaajMtaf tkc Vaaasd Saw
rt la lark
MM im f -e
Waj i ila. Kool a u
loa and Koolaarvk,. on this island, an that all j
tk morn be r aatfht ho oarrirtl homo The rWO
lation was lost. Tho Apjuvv-riatioti Bill waa '
takon up and tho Kajaa carriod a on ho so--oml
tvadia nmil Uio wli. t of Mica Juatioo
of H. s.-Jnlo rohi whon it -a raioi
Irvxn 150 aytar to $1(00 a tku. ami Uio
item for military wan roii;:ool to $0.iW.
Tbr? Aaaorut! l on smoothly until tlio :
i:oro fgfr " EtHvuracvniral of Ajniculluns ami
Immigration " ara roaoboJ. a Hon the motion
Ml the item at &0,0, $N,00C andSlO.
M wore loat. A molion w thea made by ,
tho Hon. Mr. Kaai to make thr Bm &5,0H1.
Ht Kx. the athaalat of Kotvij Affair and
the Hon. Mr. Mahe'.n:a took the doir. and the
rrraident addreaseU t'ne atiniater.when Mr. Ma
halana morevi that the Aasombly adium. The
BaronaU ti'nJ t ,h,n adranoovl to Aliiolani
that tho II.,,... ki.-l, - w Kri.-hllr ilIiiYiiin.lo.) in it
front halconio. where Hi afajeetj tho Kint
was araitinif anonde.1 by HUt Miaitor. He
toolthia ttatioa on a platform near the main
entrance, tho hand playinc fKii aare the Kinf,
and Mr. tartor addreaaoii him a folloata;
May il ylrast lour ihjrtty . WV your loyal
P. C. Murr and
vara tavw tyanl
r r fortiitie ot nunr monaron aj tfu th ir pro
rl to owinenor and a lory In the path of war and
oaroaf. but you. "Sire la Ibi- poaoefal ptk of
liflaBMer bate achirrod lae prvspoiity ;or
kianioni and baaed il upon aecunr tououtioa.
ruaall aiU MlWacliaa lb labor of Uioe
it refoaed to put the motion ami Mr. . omJeaTora the detail, hare been ar-
raom uiu 11 1 iru io a ua'f nuiimii'ii. auu wv
rvmi-tnber Sire, with loyal f'atitude the personal
efott and tnterel id Yourself ; and now that tho
o: State of the raited Statee and
Bm Maaaaty a Envoy Extraordinary and Ma
aaaar Hiaif naaati i a: WaahaaajMav bare r
eaM a ivotoool ia a etsafercac had by then,
a: Waaaaacaa. or the t day af Seyttichrr.
r taw HBSf of the Haaaiaaa iaaaavhi eua-
ceo: t: " c
aaa aa thw IM aaj of Jaaaary. IT5. at fcUew
V. Tat yre; ara:x aaau. taar
aaaa aa it aaa: haw hraa aafir'aid aaat i
IhySa Ma.atj ta Kuaj af taw Uaa-
v. : - kr -1 - -
ata pare aa taw Ciairaaaaa' af the
ha: ax: aa'X ".aa u carry it ia:.
aa heea aaauei hj the Cor.crr
Mis tho French Expeaa
r:ied.and are aotK-e that
al for Pranoe. M. Ballien. !
aarauon for it. He pro
iebr coliectiou of lite in
i crv'ap to be placed on
aa Uaaraii wilt nveivv tbe larper ahare
he beneiiw. and oor jrorernmeri: can well
daBafntU at. Ivailku every poaaibie aaaatt
, and av treat ;: aril! no: tail to do ao.
ait is each year attracting toore attenfiort
rope and r;th prvayer etiorta on oar part,
h car. be done U inipart correct informa- '
reaxdiiaf her al the TarU Expoaitswi in
Mabel ona refused to take his seat. Tho Presi
dent ami the member then kept r.p a runn.ing
fusilade arithcax-el ami tonjrue. The Presi- ! ""'u J,v T .0Trr -' ''; " V-
1 iracinl nofrotianon. e f atln r with pleanre to
dent al laat onlersd the Sorjroant at arms to t,nder you ihese our joyful enneTatulatioaa oa that
remove the tBriuleot member, but the Ser- j uplcious day and onf hope that yon may long
i . ; i v iti.ii toiii i" j ' i iruin oi jour
pairiolio ondrators. it'heemi.
dock dancing arat bejrnn in
to the Kinase of the band, in
rawaai Saaaal aaaj .-a . ia." r
aaaa (.aaa aM thw rara-araaa af thw Caaratuus
caoac hara maiaft aa ptvaaiwo ia artaaa au.
saw fha ii hv i aa haret tar arm year?
of raw. aaaathi
eher af the haja aavtrattaar parraB ha: rv,
a, tat ether ef its aaa.ii te teraiiaale the
aaaa of taw hash aaatractaac ran haaaar at
li .i u aaaa if l " " at the aaa af
na af ateea aaaia a: aa; uat theraafJar
a:.--.t-; .- ::- t? U- V
. a Kawa .ar hkaao- aa-. .at: H
aavi aawv y araaaarrt aaa thw pars
aajaatat the TaaaM S-awa atai
Thecaa. Aa Act was pa$ec
: r.-r. : -
af Aaae-ara Bi .
The Aatcsii-AN Mrx:TiE Rj-s:r--.
aWiiniaar the decerath.n o: the Order of Karae-
tiiiut-i.. .-if- rv '. bg K::.. K haa
hoars gimX dtacreenas in declininjr to ac
cept wka is forbiddan by tire laws of his conn
try. In even case where a forettrc deooratror.
. .. v.oi .:. ilr. c A: .i::.s:. . :"-
a- . : .r'5 re:'-o.i :o a'l.- a -eeptance.
ami there is no reason to think it
wouid have actod otherwise ia this Case.
Still, the act is none the leas eaMajnen-iaSlo on
the part of Hal Majesty, whose chief desire I
was :.- show his Ta:itade to the American
;-?.-; .e :": : :': . .: re;.4:vsestt;ve. I1 .r.r c
the aanar eCart te secure the treaty Mr. Peiree
has bee's. tLe warm irieni of Hawaii, a: the
same time that he hss served faithfa'.Iy tbe in-
lot eats of hat oare fA-veriKnent. He has had it
:r- his power at any time to defeat cor.aer:
:in. and Haaraii will ever oare to him a debt j
of arratttade. which ao decorataoD or letter of ,
ral Family participated, and
rained for an hour aad a half
en.toyment of all concerned.
" :.--: rv, thort nis i
fiiar dif play of rockets and fireworks, aad aa
almost iaceaaaat crepitation of crackers and
GLAD TIDISGS AT LAST !
GRAND TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION!!
THE CITY ALIVE WITH JOT ! ! !
I ho l.cUlatatrr.
i dat of Jaaaary. 1
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iaf hwaw ejtaaaced as prrvid
y Hi Be. W L
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The P. M. S. S. C.tv of Now Tork. Captain
On Wednesday last the baarnaaa of the Cai-arly. which arrived froci San Francisco
Aamasibly was opened by a r r ;V.e early oa Thsraday moraine, was the learer of
enrollment committee, accompanied with a o ".ov.i:?xpected and welcome nens that the
anmber of bills which it haa pleased His Reciprocity Treaty between the Kiupvlom of
Maieety to sieti, aad others reUmcd w;h ::t Hawaii and the Republic of the I'niteii States
sij-ralcre and without reason w hy the sifaa- had pone into effect. The proclamation of the
ture was withheld. ' President ejvii.g action to the convention bears
The Basatp Ao: passed throarh another date of tl rittth of the present month, and will
stace of its developaieot, receiving a slight I he tonnd published in full in another colcmn.
pruning. The stamps required on Life and j I'poa receipt of the -intelligence, nieiiaros were
Fire Insarance policies arid receipts were I immediately instituted for a popular expression
done away with, and the item of bills of i of the general satisfaction and pleasure, and
lading was limited to exempt those used ia ! w decided to have a toixh-light procession
the ccosung trade. - and a illumination.
Tire Assembly reconsidered i aciion ia ' At ,s o'clock noon, the government battery
railing to snstaia the inline of the President 011 Punchbowl fired a salute, flags were dia.
- ;. :v r" . !; :.. Vr K..a:. r'-yoi ti.r -;;h r.t the tow:: r.::d fr -.-. thi ship -
to repeal the Poll Tax. aad the bill was PiaS 10 lhi IWP rter d,rk procession
declared oat of order. The Hon. Mr Kaai formed on Hotel street near the Bell Tower,
. vc- .-. sr.- : s. r r ' - "e- c. r;.vr:s-:.g at o:t two hurdtcd tr. he. The
that he might give notice of his intecrion tc PIVOssi'Jn lieaded by the band and accotr.pa-
m spite of
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il aorah-.t Katta Ii a .: ..-.
gaaaasaat Caavt. aaal awe Caaaeeskar
asat Bm Maaaaty , bar,,. a"
haww rraotetarv i:e l sii
nautili Gmramiats. hare
Tashmtiim aad harriaf f n
veasKw has heec aapron
Bar kv; the aUag at :
a- ia - -, :
art af thw G lacraawn
of taw a
or: tOaTetset al
Aat t-e said C. a
ea aaa dale aawflaaaajas aa
tad if I ahad S'atas. i
aav law iaare aa carra rar said lira :
teas tare bees iMIll hy the seje Csagnaj c:
I r ani Maaes at asanas aa the aa part, aad
she LsxaaiatiTe Aaaraahlj ef the Haainaa Jsja
aaaeauv u-. -. , t-
v r aeec between the Vvnri tae
ad Ha Mawaty Ihr Kiag the Raaa:
thw Sara aajr af Jaaaary. UC3. l
oc the aaj afj taaiil.
i-: t o rr-:...j-:.s
I f etc Wiataj declare the said (ajwieurjoe to
: . take: .-. .ia; .: ;. :.s-
aaat awaath af Saaassabar.
1 aTrraai VfEFtrrr. vf have hereunto set On FVidav even in
Oar haajd a&d raased the aaai of Oar g-;Tea
.Seau KiagdoB to i- aSxed that 2tt oay jicg and Qaee, in hciior e
.' : in: a :, auui.Tlie a
loan of three hundred thousand dollars. After
a htue sparring from tbe irreconcilables. and
a sus persi on of the roles, the bill passed to
: -r s:.;..:.:.
On Thursday the members of the Assembly
v -r a free t.issage oa tie
Kilsaea oa the completion of the awii.
We nndersianJ that th mn..n).r.v..
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" both wavs, so that it
Toear rhot Utis voting themselv,, a
aad many qaeaboae about . , .7,
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t ' v. ... uv iiAv uiv i Ban
pay and " broadcloth suit "' transactions
Th action is a strong recommendation to His
Majesty's Gyvcrmoent to hare the iater
islsnd steam navigation performed by a
private cotapany. The loan bill was read
aad passed after a debate protracted need
lessly by a fear members,
bill passed on its third
csriar it. The right of a gvivernmer.: to make
a convention of cosaaiettial reciprocity lias
been recognised for many yeirs. E-.g.a:.d
and France had one. also England and Spain,
the United Sutos aad Cauaca at-d the United
States aad the Zolversm or German caatoms
anion. Daring the continuance of these sev.
reciprocity were settled, no one nab on has ever
aooght to violate the treaties. So they mav
cvVTOapotaj ariUi Hawaii a&d with tbe United
State aKa: this prevent treaty, but no nafJoo
will nil 1 1 ire to cuuleuui or violate what has
';: so clearly established by thirty years
nied by two or three carts and wagons loaded
with fireworks, proceeded up Nuuanu street to
the re.-t.ar - : the H :t. H. A. P. ('..rar.
near the upper bridge. After the processiou
had filed into the yard, the band played " Hail
) Columbia." His Excellency the American
Minister was then called out and addressed by
the Eiiter of the Gaiettk in the following t to ensure our independence
congratulatory remarks :
Ms Mixistes : Oa behatf of the citueas ot Ho-
j aetata. I congratulate ya. aad urourb yon we
thank the American people lor the boon which
the hare c jafern-d upon Uawa-i ia the Re.ip rociiv j
Treaty, the nt wa id tlae final rauficaUan uf which '
has Uiis day been rrceired.
His Excellency replied :
grantira .- P. ease accept my grateful thanks
lor the honor coster red um-o me. by calling to
tenser coagratulaticua on the auspicious event of j
the aual completion of the Reciprocity Treaty be-
lama tar Uaitrd States and Hawaii arhich ii the j
proclaaiition of the President went lato operation ;
: on the Sit of the present month. I offer you my
IraciUti.-r? . & i:i- aap;T occasiou : the
of nexotialio-s which were oemmeucrd by
Majesty is not unmindtul how much this country
owes to jour efforts. Mr. tarter, in conjunction
with those of hi Kavoy sow la Washington, for
-.u-.i-r. r.: Ho- ii - .".'. result me rseeipn'O'ir
j Treaty with the l"nuJ Siaie aj America. A
I Treaty. Mr. Carter and Itenllemen. which Hi
Maje-tj i well aware, will, as you sat. at the
same moment that it adds to the weallh and pros
I peritr of this kingdom, assist in securing its Inde
And uow. Your Vajestr. Mr. Carter and Gentle
! men. 1 beg leave to take tbe opportunity to say on
tho part of myself and colleague bam fully are
a'.so appreciate Hi Majoty's personal efforts in
; aecurio? tbe great consummation wMch ton are
now celebrating. Il is not too much lo say that
His Ma.esly risk.J his lile in gaining this great
boon for bis country, and those who were lujal lo
Hit Majestr belore. should bedoublr total tolar.
1 am aware. Mr. Carter and (ienilemeu. thai
there are those who prole to think that this treaty
mat threaten the independence of ibis kiugdom.
Bui In what way? IVes it do more than secure to
us the great market of the United plates It our
productions? It does indeed partialis place us in
the position ot one of the Tailed .Stales, commer
' cialtv. whilst tt imposes upon us nuaw of their enr
: dens, and lean us absolutely Iree tn continue
; our own form of government, and exrlasirely to
manage our own affairs, in nue. to preserve our
! independence as long as we choose to maintain it.
I miy say that in the positions which I held be
! fore I had ihe houor to serve Ilia Majesty, it had
I been in the scope of my duty to enquire what
: might be the views of ihe great powers of the
' world with regard to the possession of this group
1 of islands, and I was led to the conviction, which
: mcs; ot tou will. I believe, bear me out in as a
; correct one. that neiiber England. France or the
j United State desire to possess them, bat each is
I only careful that ueiiher uf the other powers shall
I do so. With this ia view sben, was it not a far
: seeing policy ia the statesmen ol the United Slates.
' to rodearor to preserve us Irom throwing ourselves
j iuto tbe arms of other powers, by binding us i.i
i them by the strongest human motive self-inter-j
est? They did not in this statesman-like calculation.
Map i.i reckon the dollar and cents of the bargain,
but lei us reap a clear gain of some half a million
: dollars a year in the transaction a sum nothing
to them but everything to at. to keep us out of
tbe bands of any other power which might some
uar be to tnem a powerful enemy : in oioer words.
li e I nited .-tales
desire our independence, and are content to allow
us a gHd round sum to enable ns to maintain it.
welt knowing that it may be millions saved lo
them in tbe future, whilst as an immediate return,
they correctly calculate upon this treaty as loster
ing an enlarged foreign commerce, as another
feeder to the great commercial emporium of the
We;, and as a means towards a great object,
namely controlling the commerce ul the Pacific,
objects of which tbe value cannot be estimated ia
dollars and cents. Lei me ask you then Gentle
men, would not any Ministry be traitors to their
country Hawaii nei who seeing this position nl
affairs, failed to seize tbe opportunity tn conclude
this treaty, and add so much to our wealth and
prosperity, and at tbe same time strengthen our
independence by so doing ?
In conclusion th--n. I will now ask yon all to
Their .na jetir' i.urdiu Party.
las; a cardan
tbe Hi-. .-taaec; 1: years ago. lQ,a m ln PTlng three cheers for His Majesty and
In mr indnwgt the Treat ia on of true aralsa. 'bis g.eat treaty. (Cheers.)
The property tax masL-p oa the r.a.-t nf both governments, aad J The clieering was given with a hearty good
reading with aa t rfg ? f r :; H1' ,;'? j win, and after His Majeatv had retired the
eat which increases tbe tax from a j .setfe Hawaiian. Americas, or residentr of ! pr. cessiou reformed and returned to the bell
one per cent, to three qaartera of other nationalities. Now that tbe Treaty Las . n- ; Iotrer, where it disbanded.
..- rtv 'c a.. jv....r.J1(,..r.
of milliliter. A.
By the King.
Miaiatin af Foreaga Aa:rs.
e si As act i.
awawat aawaawa L Sawat as af Caasaaw la afCbe IVsat
Oast, raaaaat a rwaar slaarlh. a has aassawd Be hta
Jawr a aaa car Saavra as gaar a Saaiaa .-f
Bkt aaweC r Baaa. ea
Bata-S L 0EJtrv rrtsasas:.
8ata.v. a. caaxijc.
Baa. S. C v:.- tl
t BOBEatT XeKlBBtX
tw. r. a. Brrcauaox.
laaas lasarStswS. UTS.
nation of the Treaty negotiation, which may
i be chararterixed aa a complete sutxeta. Or
ejaSeriag the gate shortly before eight o'clock,
we were surprised at the unexpected briiliaacy
of the seer. The whole extent of tbe barge
and wil-kept park was lighted op with imra-
an increase of fifty per cent.
On F. .Jay a tail! to ctMPDol lobe ule of pt-.t
iatereourse' with the Faeibc States of the ! Thronghoat the whole evening the town
WJlb I torches,
latca and colored lan
id tbe p'.ace inte a veri-
najrht was still, the
jaws safScieat tc be no
he Haines of tbe torches, and i
boob haaag over the tree-tops ;
American Union. I fee! great satisfaction in having
Coutrtbated my aid for tbe promotion of the
, . - ,- ireatr; ana Biuroswi iu consummation war -
rrr, TV ' toldiig tie cBceof United Sutes Minister Resi-
its third reading. The old time bill to make I dent This country has bow in way opened to
the Hawaiian language the standard where flourafc ,ik" P"D bJ : capiul and immi
, - - . . rraiion wi',1 be attracted to it ; and the rich bvun-
Oaamawaea may exwt in the two versions UfS vhkh God aad nature bite bestowed upon
of the Laws, was carried by a large vole. A tiese beautiful isla-ds. will be developed under a
g .oa government aaa sete uuaistry.
i rospenty has aiready commenced under antici
resounded with an incessant fusilade of fire
crackers, bombs and double enders, such aa
we have never heard equaled here before.
, During the march of the procession np
: Nuuanu valley and on its return, there was a
' continual stream of fireworks from the loaded
vehicles which followed it. While passing
the residence of Mr. Afong one might have
granted a to congratulate tou upon the tin! con
.ummit'on or the K.viproeltv Treaty wllh the
Uniti-d Slates of America.
e ciegratulate you Sire, that in yonr reign
you have been rnabted to realise the wishes of
your illustrious predecessor upon the throne of
We congratulate tou. beeane Sire, we are eon
tirKvd II will bring pnpetity lo t.-ur people new
aai aati r i for the independence ol the nation and
For San Fra ncisc
The K I aaaerleM Harheriilne awfnte Maa raaa f! H
ar of iu aaw
NELLIE D. SLADEc - ,,,
! all. Il l.wi- iW M
Will hare Quick Dtipatchfortheabo?erort 1 taaia
n4tlfT f 'hw
?r iMht ml I
HttTla, llfwswsT NafpaHawasft awaatfat
t - pwl-tW rVf tk
Iff'l if a
M li:l flT. tte
IwfPMal Itttl law Itaaw tW ptwM kaa Mat
WiWWIWWttW Hit ,
a fart ht
For San Francisco.
The lairrlean Itnrk
nr ni. .-; .1. T. ..w r .v. -1 B. m-.mmtmw ai ar ia
tf in nave isuica aisiaicu iur iiirMuiiTwswva uanl ktoaoiata. a. I. lata af -aaa. la:.
CHAa. t: R
c. aarwuR a -
pi.hlieaiha.. ftr thr-a
. ti aaraw aassaat ia ataaa a
im- a awant tula at ate saawaaaa
-paper nnat i rwaaaawa w ajaaaawa
renawr aesa. tkat eiaaaaaaas hwaas m mm
nniaxM aaal wl. aaa) a. aa.kSHW a
For natgaa riu m
a Ileal Jm K. .
JaaMre agate I
To Sail from Boston s"T' '",Hr":';sr222t
i nn iinMH.1 i.i .
ta lh maiaatafikwaaaaasat
ln His Majesty's liehalf, Hia Excellency W.
L. tiiecii Minister of Koreijjn Affairs, made the
geaat ttKucht discretion was the belter part
f valor arht declined.
Tlie due: between gavel and tongTte coniinu-
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following response .
his dilemma by leaving the House until there aa,. Vrffr Otlrmn Mr.je.ty has
was no quorum and the Assembljr was declared j requested me to express to you how much be ht
adjourned I aTratised iu witnessing this demonstration on thi
j happr occasion : on the day that we receive the
nramnau sar iai s ail aasaaan . news of tbe tlnal accomplishment of the b.ipes and
RECEPTION OF THE TREATY NEWS ! ! P-i
Site Hawaiian .uinirers lor tram pasi. Ann III
Tin: sin r
hat of wiu aad awatttaa I
mrnt nt s K Kr
Vf rt . a. ia 1ST. aaaa imatl aaat saaaaat n
.i a pui s far taw ataaaaa akatas. aaa) ate ateaaaa
of Mttr ii aunt - awy tn aa-aaai Hrlaarar. af
; .u'u. natins nraa n;.i sr arm
Watk. I i o.-he.- .e tr-.- s e N...e-..r-r orawai wj aaw.ar am .
r..r marekaadaw aaal he ttta out.ua maU can be titled " " T7 "5 . . "UnT
. . a HirTKUBKIt. a. rv .. al a-raa. a a., mfm
av iwa I air wnai at aaat I am. at
' Naaaawa. t, awW taa aaaa av ataaaw
a.a.rin aain rrr asoinn nniinV'f T
ma v mi Niramxn k . mr i
I nun iu ivinik w Lniuuiin wwim w
Atstralia and New Zealand Line .
taa aaal ssa. aad - i
Il a ftam.r aravraw. thai salSi tir. aa t
paaoraiM. tat taraa i
aartta a i
m II a tarta.r ..MJ thai r
f itirats MaaaaTt "
Tlllt sIM.r.MM it srt' l MSII i r
C ITY OF SYDNEY!
DOW. I OHM lll It.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAD FRANCISCO
On or about Oct. lOth.
Tor Krvistit an.l laaaase. or ant nirther mfbrniaOim.
a)iy to ihSTI II. HACKFRLD A to., tsvula.
PACIFIC (Mil STEAMSHIP COMP TS
Australia ..lid Rew Zealand Line
''I amaaaaea a aaa was. aaa aa aa aaaa
Uaatu Haaaraat. B. I.. Ui taaaa. rara
a ratseix jrawx
raaasa af aha aaswaa casta
Siraat ; Jaaa S. BaraaM. Utawtg Cawa. aaaa
lTlt t IU TNI l PBiai tealuT r
th. tuwalaat lasaaa. OaSs. iu iatt Tttaa. ft
ITiniua fur lltiwe. KawM w ta asset .ea BaaaSar
jmj lath, tsra
1 1. ih .w.t pitinti fht flt una It to aaat . astess aaat
a ilwfit -I att.irra rha Baa haaSa aaT . a
m.M w ft. . m n aw
thtiir ..f Th- aaM Ka
' th. haual k 1 ta I
'Mm af t maalha rruan taw aaa
pSanr af law Mai catrta.
assaae aa taa awn
nu taa uatuaat a aratrtw at sraaaaa aa atana I .war
f iaa "tilef in the llawaawa naaim aad tin ia swv
i paptra f.r ai saaka. thw Sm saashahwaa at kw saaat
o MalS Its taa Jaar uwa rstr, that aa aaaaaas
rnterrMari rtint. within Wt aaoaiha. Saw caaaa art
Vtert tkeuM aat h aaaaa ri ran.
i ran a aiLsu
I herthT rtrttrr that I ha fcim.aas m a traa aa I
opr oi wa ai siaai auu BI aat I
tan as 11 is th l tar I a CaBet af aaa
tha Hawaiian I
wai-Tkb b. aaal.
THE WPLEXOIO ITCIIIIIIP
RawaBBs, Jarp St, Maw.
BT KxrcatiKaiKa) eisii
srrt'ATI'iM oa a raw tana a. law
Notice to Creditor.
row aLL PKBMiaa HiTina ruia aaaaa
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W. aweaasrs, ahrtatr tvrtO kr aartaaas at atawttraTaaa
'"i "i mar id. .. pr:t aaaktaBsaaws.
ad.!rrad to th Mkn al taw aaV ur aBaa a BaBB
iinneetin al Kandat with I'ompsor's slea'-ier for
vri'KL-tNP.S. Z.. rMRrCIIALMKRS, an.l uni-nneOlalt
On or about the 19th of Oct.
Tot (Vrlaht an.l eWtaast. aJ ftarthtr Infbrmaiton. iipply
a Sal; a. itacKFELH a T . airnt.
Srt pahl ratlan htrtsf. araktjr awB kaSar rta
aVtlaiart Ul Uth My of .-aaiaanar. tea
CtRTJs P. WtBIl. 1
a c atxB3i. vi
WAKK P. kOBlM.'Ott )
ABCHATr. till H IM' I It.
d at I lIJ Tw LET. 1st a
ar an.1 .-antral awaaha
i- . i ui aaaa &, ra
I aa a law ..mea : aha taltalSt fkf
tf-ls. apply to lll'la.) fA.Xl.S1WALi. o
I r a
Motiilat. Oct . r a
Monday, net IS t r a
Monday. Oct H. 1 p hl.... .........
rhurmlay. Not a. 4 t a
Rttumins to Htnoluln Saturday nioratns.
Monday. !lot I, 5 r a Hlln
Mondat, Not tl, I r a Kona
v. ta . Not Ai. 4 F a HUo
Monday, Nut i7. I r M -. Bona
Monday, Dec tip a...- -llrcull of Kauai
Erraralnf to Hoooin.u. KrIJay Moraine, Dtc S.
Voadat. Par ll, s r a HUo
Moaday, Dac IS. i r a Kona
Jloaday. Dec ii, J p a HOo
On Kooa trips the Steamer will fo as far as
On all W'ndward Trips the Mearatr will laata her wharf
at J ; all trip to Kaaai, win Itat at 4 r . On down
trip tbe Steamer will not leare Kawaihae or for 10 a. M .
Maktaa aa par notlc on op trip. Mia lata Hay not before
Il a Any rbanse from the aboie tn ba adtenhtil.
sr Mo Credit tor Passage Henry. -a
Tlekel al Ike oiBee only.
No berth will be considered aa taa eo until paid ft. Xot
responsible for unmarked Bacsaae or aj-.y Fretsbt or Par
eels unless receipted for.
Freight Honey Dae on Demand.
Bar Anafrortwill ba made to bate Ibe steamer raaeb
Honolulu on tha renins of tbe same day aba leatea Maul
SAMUEL U. WILDER. Afent.
Ofllce wllb Wilder a Co. . corner f Fort a Uneea Ktretts
W.. LtTLV Vlaltlus Kr!.ada aaat I
rorulaJlT tattiss to ataa4
CHV'RCH. wbrertw art kaM ran
o clo. k A. M. . and t , r H
woo toay ba pliittd to achr
renins Prayar MaeBiuj at rs o'dara. I
Room, to w die ba) I are wtteam.
B iiiTii ar aa i Taut
suprtma i. oart, ana aaa aaSat awn af atxaaat
from th- heir nt thw rami af Laawaj M I aaaa. st
ei aad. wiu k aukl al rsawr aw al BaCaaa Baa
at WaLaka, lalaadof Maal.
ON SATURDAY. OCTOBER 7. IS7S.
at u o'clock aaaa.
Tha foUowlas Beal Eaiata. a
Kola, In lh I aland kf Xaat :
aapueos lt and Id, aad mora
follow, tl r
Ueslunuic at thr taakal paat of taa taa
It dtttdta. formln Kaaasapa Oohrk aa a Ba
trutail r.ulcb oa ta ' sad raaaaa) aaa
bottom of Kahapap notch krtwtaa taa at
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
Expiring in Sept.. 1876.
1 AM Lawk. Tf aaila Saaa
a. ata. Wai nar arwsaa swawa. Baas,
a. Tm Tall r-- aaaa,
c K. K k-tarrt Bra.. 1 ar . carr-r Kat aat Marl
a am"tii'k' i fad! .Oaaa aaasv Harka.
a. Ba t. a-taaTlBii aowttH.-) . afk
i '-TS a rywai T.tatta.
v or. wfaaayaca. c at. ai a
IL a llaas.lu.il
K a. T. Baaaaa. Saa. at sat! Sv
U CAKE ntSOLXNC
d. . 1
si alBSiniTaa. af aawif IWii i
"M jat m SZwaanala-W"i"'
ir. u.e westert tj. ever aad atwo concealed J
a hmhk a: anaanp the Oee r ru-x; ' rasas.
' AU about tbe central fountain were fanctr large ;
j cumbers of lartteros of all iat? hoes of tbe rain, j
I - - I occasaoo to dtssen; mn this measure, and
ted a pfcrfrwrr, encioartJ with csrttmr, and stir- aiiy ttlt U T ,
! wtoaateai am use amo - nr ioTL3ierce we
Live." and also fwrwriatita bearintr the m air J
: t e ran -cs ts.as.ts : ::te cr ttr. At BM M
bill to regulate the sale of drags and tnedi-
aues in me interest ot druggists, sad most i paled beoests to flww Irota Ihe Treat t ; may it thought from the noise that a livelv battle
decided.- against tbe best interests of tbe j " iacreasing !rce (Cheer,). j was in progress, and the same thing was
people, was wicreawr.ioaiiy disposed of oa ! At the conclusion of the speech, which was j noticeal,,e Mr ceT at Hawaiian
its third reading. interpreted by Justice Judd, the band again j M A,iiolani Honse
On amrday the ball to mate the Poll Tax E a raatrcaml r. after wbich there was a ; illuminMion of of ,he rivate
saw........ H a S s. S a aa -, 1 Ml w tl tl t. U A i'oatia U- aa. t
-w-J-- uS insaao ot a aouar, was t" -.-., TOidencef was considering the short notice,
aa tor me mat time, aaa on a suspension c f
tbe rales passed to engrjaament. His Excel,
lencr the Minister of Foreign Affairs took
Brewer dt Co. -Agents. JttQ.
torable imrrpmeiiti can lwat, b, AaaL
larstoragvau lihipaitn: of oil, Dune, a on). Hides anrt
other Merchandise to Ne t Bedford. Cotton, Xew Tork and
itbtr Raster Port. Say Caah Advance, aaa.
iscty c. aaawca a co.
buttoai ul Ui. ansa euleu watek wpara
tapneo Kauikl to aaako tra aad a a
suleh oa It Baaara br aa aaat ato
Passanl . tbaaea South it1 Eaal IL
mni.lns masks . taaaeo S atk l4 I
-.hence ll tally Marias can
rbalns to Kulol Us
tbtnee -onlh r taal i;i
: It head and
r-1 kj i - BBsa ri.'?.. :..t
. tsouta i - Seat lo t-haloa
add rMn . tbaaea rolloa IBS
-outn 71 a
makal. which at Ita :..w-a e&d
tr:ee alilf aid (Ulrb
KalbtlUnl to pua e of o
, thw land and loeludloa an
i aa at n .a
llilCiltll A 1 1
TERM rpt prte of II: a.
third in t year, uot.ird la 4 taata.ur 1 i
U SHAI LH L Nt -UK SflN r-Rafll. Sr.fl 1
aaa Btai -aai
road karat ar aa BVat
tandlrt In tha kaaaaaffwrl
1 hrtak at aiafc sake aaa.
aaaa! awa at in nisava
fhwaki I -' -
Mr' psnf akja kaS Baa
ares of SI 9-i9 arrva . -
- in ia
I tar. aaa
spoaded in his
. .. , . , . - I ,
t-.i - a ...u.tclt "Tnmi. 1111 nil
ing two aaiarUBX rmt. which, considering
certainlT ad viae His Vajestr to refuse his
signature to tbe bill. The Han. Mr. Kaai, in
to the charge made dt His Excellencr Caltnl aUtrt s"t Ptwdent w
.... ,. ,.. . ita Hasan, and that r a eould trast
r. Kaai had bj his influence bud gner- I 0 & the treatV. TimI.t tia
the brief tii&e allowed for their preparatioc.
serited the highewt caaatnendatioa and praise.
. That oe tbe right cemsUtcd of a female agwre
draped in the stars and stripes rfapreseriur r
the Gent ns of the United Sutes inviting Ha
waii tc participate in the heirrwta of free trade.
I . oa the left was a fie rcprcacau
tsoe ef tbe Hawaiian ccet ef arms. These pic
tcres were brilliantlj illaraiiaicd by red aad
bice lights, and were on eThflattcm for at least
ttrf-tv -.l - We 'tu tt it ;. r -.Lis
period one of the katihi bearers araraiirtg bt
tbe side of tbe ahieid was sererelr btsraed by
the aaat from a red light which was placed in
t e-it .rtguiij tC hp :rg. tttt :Le 1t:::
fifin . like Montezuma on his " bed of rosea,''
or tbe alsvs.i Spartaa boy who stole the fox.
aerer altered a groan or moved a muscle till I
the crtrtaia fell.
In the ocvne of the evening His Xajeatr j
qniexiy carried "into eject a little aarprise which j
he had prepared for Mr. Peiree tbe American !
Sinister aVsident. CaUjag hint into one of
tbe nxeytttm rooms which just then happened i
to be neartr eatptr of gtiests. aad accosBpaaaed I
oniv by his miniaters and staff, His Majesty ;
i.'irM-ti as f."tws
Tata rimirtcT It is aa
aTTaaaiai i af alUa aat akta af
wiea TM paid uae a similar cdmpiiment aa my re
tarn from WasbiBEton oa tbe cnos.mmatioa of the
firs: step toward tbe end which gladdens us lo-dar.
At last time. I assnred Ton that the Tar lb ol tbe
lo the Boil
ecmsiellon ol lite trealr. to-dar that nledr-e BI
. : -t: t-.-s it'...:. ..-. i .e. aaaa: rhat he reu-i-ard. tt.jeat ci-.ert-g,.
aaa aasaaaai hear aaea charge fr n the lL v r"- " ' ?2
, , . sars ta too Hawaiiaci. - Br this we waul to so-
Boarca troai whence it came ; that the burdens con rage yon ia ladosfxy and frugality.-- Ia tbU s
laid upon the people in the form of taxation ' i all else she says to Hawaii. J Come npl come
frran the Minastea,.- that but for .OTE
V jar. n aai a, :.rarce me property Ul would
f" ' ... . ... a tt.-l. . . f.t
3 ' i extremely beautiful. On Nuuanu Avenue,
' ws r.-ficrvl Bmnnip traa rtia t . aa 1 1 rau rv.nsriirii
n t rt a a a tav.aJt.aas.--s auiuiia, iiiv a t.oi'ji.ii.i.11 ivuor. .
Frttttuatdfaunt atuau: I an aappr to join I . . . . J . ,, ' .
you in ibis tribute to tbe American Minister Kesi-. 0M v "laminated, those of Messrs. West,
dent- 1 remeaoer sometruoc over a year ago Jo;t. Brewer. Hutchinson. Jones. Whitnev.
have been one
at taai grea. nauon.
;r cent, instead of three- -bi jsbjj at m iKjar,
... rata-tar or: idi til rpn ext.-
owsrters -. that his influence had been for the And now bow are w. going to use our oppertani
people. except in one instance when he had ; ties! II Ha w.i.&as will br- :adatriou. and arail
saved the Ministers from a rote of censure. I a PritJ- lbJ -
' j J,ataiili as s nation, and b as prosperous as the
an act which he had reason to regret; that I Americans who hare held out tbeir right hand to
after al! he had done to save the Misistrv i help us upward and onward. (Cheer).
.net r kale, tkro, ,i , I How let as go sad felieftite the Kiag. whose
and to help theu meaaore through, they fortaae beeo to .ffii his name to Ha
repaid him by mafctng false charges against ! w air's charter of prosperity. (Great cheeriag).
The procession then rerurned down Nuuanu
Avence, along Beretania and down Bichard
streets to the Hawaiian Hotel, where the
crowd formed a cresent of light in front of the
main entrance, and loudly called for the Uni
ted States Consul, Dr. Scott. He promptly
?ers rtfee.c--r tie i-BoSy r.aij.
wJst r- ia -. :- araw I ftl t; :-r fi-tt ti-.t
TaTak! 'aaa'awV jjaisatjaa tokaalaaag : - '
On Monday after the usual work bad been
accomplished, tbe Ministers moved the Ap
piDprialioa Bill as the order of the day. The
TBriabrTB objected on the score that other bills
were before tbe Assembly- which would not re
ceive much corjsxteraticn from the Ministers sppeared on tlie balcony and replied in the
alter toe supplies were granted and they re- : following happy manner
-: t cr-1 t-: tr.tU 'C.
Tne Hen. Mr. Kaai introduced a resolution
to the effect that, Whereas tbe Privy Council
had reeawatnended the Minister of Finance to
redeem tbe coins known as sols and pesos, now
in the bands of tbe people, therefore this As
sembly irtstruet the Minister of Finance not to
redeem tbe said coins. The Minister of For
eign BelatioDS moved to amend so that the
Minister of Finance should be instructed to
redeem. The amendment was lost and the
original resolution paased, was reconsidered
at:: paaaei Bgaia.
On Tuesday tbe Assemby entertained a reso
tiraj to tbe effect thi'. tie Kilaces when on her
trip to convey members to their homes, should
': - -e: tts-ti. :.rs-i : '.t-i tbecetr.-
GrhXieznai: I congratulate toi and the people
of my country on the happy errnt over which you
are rejoicing to-night- Commercial relations bare
been entered into between tbe Sandwich Islands
and tbe roiled States which most result largely to
the benefit ot both.
Permit me tn express lor my country tbe earnest
desire that ha Utile stater ia tbe midst ot tbe Faci
le Ocean may grow strong aad prosperous under
thetnSarece of tbe treaty: aad that the intimate
and fraternal relations existing heretofore between
tbe two countries may be. greatly strengthened
I thank yon for this friendly call, which I re
ceive as a compliment to tbe country whose com
mercial iaterestf I represent, rather than to myself,
aad bid you good-sight
From the Hotel the procession moved along
Hotel street to Fort street and along King to
the residence of the Hon. Chas. B. Bishop,
where it halted while the band played the nav
Afong, Hall, Hoffmann, J. 0. Carter, Xclntyre,
H. A. P. Carter, and Mrs. Ton Pfister, while
below Beretania street, to tbe wharf, each side
of Nuaunu was a perfect blaze of Chinese and
colored lamps, and on tbe front of Dillingham
& Co's. store was suspended a pyramid of varie
gated lights. Emma Square was also tasteful
ly decorated with a profusion of colored lan
terns, which as they hung among the trees and
shrubbery gave an aspect of rare beauty to
that little sylvan retreat, which, unfortunately
was missed by most, as the procession did not
pass that way. Among the finest sights was
Mrs. Irwin's residence, on the corner of Bere
tania and Fort streets, which bad a light to
every pane of glass in the bouse. Altogether
the display was very satisfactory, and gave
unmistakable evidence of the manner ia which
tbe news was received.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
Flour cfc Bread !
Lime and Cement,
By Steaaer froa Saa Fraaeisca,
Potatoes, Onions, 6cc.
Brand's Bomb Lances.
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Punloa Salt Works
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
Jasrcaaadi rcird Sloraar Free d.1
UDarai can MTinc". rnd- on .QtpmrnT t.r tnia riaa.
JW-lj C. BBKWKS a CO
Th puiraaer wUi b tarn sard wll'i sans Wcassr
toaUuo of aw of uw la lira! af aaa .. al was
drrtf of cofiarmaOca br taa water aaat da Baa wBv - -nf
a. Othrr tlUa paper at rspaesr at pn aal
"Oi-'t THOU W. KVatBSTT. AacTr.
Till: I DF.RSN.1
I). X. Hlitirr. bra to Infu
tola aad the pabllr aaat
aindwrv tn I', It. Wrt'.ianii
Fort 8trt. wberr be will ft
O, FsmerlT with
to the cltlxen af Ff ono
11 that be boa taken a
lire Proof Bill Baa, an
pedal alteormn ta all
kind of Walr ha, llockn. and iewelrr Repainnrr. Enrr
bica. Ac. aU paeaafea from the ather ialand addreaed
j to bim. ouDtalnlns article fr repalra, wUl rereire prompt
' attenUoa. Or-l-r, wittrltnl for all grade of Watcba of
American maniridcwrr. aarnrsrriaa soarantHeg to rrr
tfMIBlj II. WIUt-ON CLABK.
A. M'WAYN E,
Fort and Merchant Streets, Honoluln,
IU FORTES A5D DEALER
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
And Patent Medicines,
A Complete Line si
Toilet k Fancy Soaps,
Perfumery, Hair Oil, Hoap Tuikt awl
Sachet Powder, Cornbt, Ilair, Tooth,
and Nail Brushes, Etc, Etc.,
BATH. SURGEON i CARRIAGE SPONGES
Star Mills Medicated Paper.
I VI I
PIBTBB tll.f the (nan.
0D the tlouana Ptaatsi.oa. TWa roa
are larfrlr of R.rHso bio. 4. aad
I moat arr.ua brrl of UUrk (aa a tai W ill
: : a J. t r
Airruat lh. ISTS. " 1 BI
I niK I lil Ratio a I D
j.aMk- noure, last ar mr strV
urown saa am ar aad aa
prorora'lon. I aball sot br r
tracted br her on mr account.
Kona. Saswit Hth. TS
TVIi: I Mil .INK. M Ii HITIIU
appolota.1 . Imintatrstsr af a) aa
' ..Btr Claris, or
aaaa fesaa- ac ara
a; aataB Mtaahrra
aae wilavs sa aa I
make Immediate pars
'XrM Una auir to preaeat Is
rr--.m oat aBBaY.
TBQaA J. BA!
Uhaaa, Maul, Bra. 1. 1KB
IX THE yjATTO or m ItlKii rin
ol W. JL wrtbt. of Baaa, Baas, a una an ka i
rapt. Sotu-e B brr-bj- trn las ta MSliai it
bean dolr appointed aaalsse af IBs aw af w
wr.Lt,ar.rt tb.t all persw la
I piy aS.OOnt f .rata
the oOce afA. a.
Particular at ten lias
Ptaralrlsara. SB I pa,
wllb PtRE DRtUS.
aWaawS prparM D or
aiOHT B It 1.1. -sa
Columbia River Salmon!
-CfT sBTITtD PER J. A. FII.KIYBI BU
F lobarrtla and half tarraa. fsrawbr
Hoaelulu, aaa. is. ;.
bad m alar-
a. s : .t.irru
Hi T5,r "me L i tclt axrrrirn
tm Or rr.s X Cartv.srsarasatasaawsraf rw
saaa wala aad rmiBBinl aa aaaaa awa mmmr-
dlatelr. A pplr at taa
To Let, Lease or for Sal.
ox BiisoaaaLRTCsaaa muni
e:.-t raaiiir niaaiiiu.
r particular "pplr is
iAaraa a uoco
eaa thi: owuuis mm untT
HCUFTKD br tha aaa l it ir. Blunt la BwwWaB
la S Taa boss a a am r.a - aat Bawl
"' ata""' "auta a co
with all tha .
For Sale or Tor Leaae
jj y locsled. with ,ir1i ifT'anaalaiaiiaa t"j
til if T"Bm-MJ9Tsa2ra?ta aTi