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Tin' iwi nntsbtf rient In tiuslnesa clrrli" slnrennr
last issue to III sal' nt unci Inn nf the l.rmim e-trtte.
ronrteen parrel of land ntnl Inr I. nto tin one lot were
disponed of and liroiijrlil n larjfrr mm lliuii was antici
pated Th" good prlrfd Hint won rrntlreil from the
sales of linn lnla on Knlnnlcnhtm I'lalns. Indicate
rry plainly t lint Ihe Itilrnllmi of parllra desiring
home utrflil In n locality thai combine at nnro pnlnbrl
ty of almnsphrre and rnnvrnlent proslmlly to town,
dan liccn directed that way. There are serral reasons
why a homestead on tlic I'laln l preferable to one In
the Valley'scren If the latter were to lie liil-ml not
the least of the ndmnlnWit Hint may be named Is the
nsatiraiire of a plentiful supply of purr water from
artesian wells. t'nfnrtiinAtcly linwtrrr for would-be
pmehasera of hmiselols, there ore not many more left
lo he had. 1 he f Internment la entirely nut of lots. Anil
practically All the Mini remaining; unfold In In the
hands nf one or Inn purlieu Thin, we understand, will
shortly he omnrd lo public cnniiPlllon In suitable
lol"lien an opportiunly will he ffhriled, to secure,
At a fnlr filiation, a most eligible sltuatm homeiitciii!.
A llkerhanre will not occur again.
Tht. piily ntrhnla hae been the Nlnlto from Tahiti'
with ifcimla of wood, ami the Kllkltai, from Tort
Tonntrml wllh Inmher 'Ihe 1 ('.Murray sotnirfor
the CoAt on Thursday with full cargo eonslatlnj: of
Mi,jB lbs Aiigir, J.MN (falls molasses, and SOSix.) Ilia
rice, Mtllinl (it $V), Oft.
We proicnt subjoined In tnbtilar form the amount of
rxpottaior Slay Including the Ine I three ilaya nf April:
88 :S :f3SKS!i!SR .S3
33 i?" :3 4&.s4 :gf
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PORT OP HONOLULU.
May 53-Ilr bk .Alary Mildred, lb du) from Tahiti
Htm Mkcllke frinn Wlnduurd Porta
.him Kllauen llou from Kiihulul
.'.Sun : lllahoii, riom Kaiml
Hch -Mnnuokawr.1 from Nallllll
ich Kckauliiohl from llanalel
rcb Kaulkcnull, from llonokaa
Hcb Malolo, from Ilakalau
Hch Jenny Walker, from HaIii
'."I-IIoh' batne Nlnlto, Cnmeran, 'X daya from
:P-ll II M H Champion, Hope, :18 data from Co
him IhaIiiiiI, from Alaalaea, Komi and Kan
SI Am bktne Kllktlat, t'utlir, from Pt (iambic
Htui U'almaiialo from Wiilmanulo
Iiiiip 1 Htm 'a Makcc from Kauai
, 2 htmr l.clina, from liana and Molokol
.May a;-Aui bk Hmerald, Lord, for Port Uamblr
17 Htm .Ilia Makce fur Kauai
Hch Prince, for lloiiuapu
A Hch Piiholkl for Puna
"SHilllr bk Mary Mildred for llnrrarda lulet
SU-Mtin Mokolll, for Koolnn
Hch ticn'l Hi lel, for Walalua
Htm l.ehua for Mnlokal and Maul
Hch Walole, for Krokea
bch MaimokauAt, for Naullhll
Htm Kllanra Hon for Kahtilul
, .Htm O It lilihop for Kauai
'Hch Kekaulnohl, for llanalel
Hch Nellie Merrill for r.ahalna
Hcb Pauahl, for Walnlhu
Hch ilulcjknla, for Peepeekco
31 Sell Jennie Walker, for llapuu
Hch Malolo, for Hakalati
Hell Kaiilkraonll, for llonokaa
June 1 Am bk I) O Murray, Jenka. for han l'rauclcco
Still iHiilanl, for Maalaea, Kona and Kali
y VossoIh In Port.
II II M H t'liaiuplon.llopc
Am bk California, Jlownril
Am biitno JlornliiK Star, llray
Am bktuc Kllkltat, Culler
llan bstnc Nlnlto, Cameron
Voaiolii Ei)cctoil nt Honolulu, from Foreign
Am bk Kdnurd May, Johnaoii, I.lerpool, due Drew er
,t Co, Audita.
(Irr bk Hlclla. bmniuer, New York, due. Castle A.
tier bk Paradox, HurRilofl, Nc Cartle on Tine, due
July 15--.M, H llackfeld Co, AReuta. '
(ler bk Adolnb, llupfer, Newcastle on Tyne. due June
.1W3, II llackfeld ii Co, Amenta.
Haw bk Kale, ltnthfna, Ilremen, to fall 111 all Anrll.
Ilrll H H Monarch, Ht MlchaeH, due June SKKi.
lla acli Julia, Tlern-y, Hnutli He.i Is, a lie A 1'
llktne J A l-alkliiburg, Porbes, Han Fran, due Juno 1-3,
Castle .t Cooke, Agents
(lerbk.loscfn, llortsmann, Cardlll, due Aug MO. llack
feld A. Co, Agcnla
-AnuaPritht, New Castle, N S W, due
'"" !,.";"' """'Ti i.iM'rpooi, duo Aii:iitu-ltl.
Til l)aleiV;Cii, Agcnta
Cisco, duo llackfeli
-, iuuKiuiik, m sail x ran-
n..ni . i .. . -.
Ilk Heme. Mclntjre, Nanalmo, due, Allen & Ilobln
v 10, -gnuu
Am ach lto-arlh, Hnlft, Kurcka, for Kahiilul.dno June
Am bk C'aniilen. (latter, Port (Iambic, duo June V1U.
llAckfeld A. Co, Agent,
Am bUnoKIla, Ilron, Han VraucUco, duo Juno i-3.
llruwcr .VCo, Agenta.
Am bhJ?.P.-l.1''J'' ., Xc'v c"'tle, N S W, dueMay
23-:iO, llrcwer.t Co, Agenta.
Am bk Marthu Davis, llenaon, lloitou, to tall ubout
.May ), limn er A Co, Agenta.
1, 1. T7:lV,0'.t.a 1 uney. duo June 5-11)
Ilrlt ah llrltlsh J.mbasador, l)als, New Castle, NbW
'.l h.'.! ''"rufant, Tliomas, New Castle, NhW
PMhh City of New York, Cobb, Hjdney, duo June 5, II
llackfeld A, Co, Agents
PMSH Aiiftralla, Tiillhoy, Kjn Pranclsco, duo June 10,
llackfeld A Co, Agtma
Nlcbk Heuiljlo, llowea, Newcastle, N b W, duo
The Missionary Packet Morning Klur la"atHor7nsoii'"a
wlurf load ng store and lilting lor n cruise to Micron
esia, to sail In about eight or ten da) a.
The Haw steamer W II Heed, of llllu. Is at llrtwcr A
i'ii ".'""' :,Ytfh,ull,,K "'acblnery, lwlutlug, etc. bhc
nlll return In llllu soma tlmu next Week.
Tho Haw bgliii- Nlnlto lias returned from Tahiti with
a, load of flru wood willed she la discharging at tho
ll?,.iS'!" "JT0''"'. H'O Custom House, she lost
about :w heaif or cattle on her down trip,
Tim bktne Kllkltat la at tho foot of Port Ht. dlscharc
ng a 1 argp of lumber, Hho w III probably bo laKl on to
load augar for San fraiuUco.
Thd Am bk California l still dlaclurglng coal at the
foot of r H I.lkrllLc'c wharf.
The 1) C Murray tailed 011 Thuraday last for San
1 ranclsco with a lull freight, and !JI cabin and B ateer
Tho llr bk. Mary Mildred, from Tahlll. touched off the
poit last buiiday to land some Utters, en ruulo to llur
rard t Inlet to load lumber for tho Colonies,
ThoPM SB City of New York will be due from
sjduty on Monday next, on her way to the Coast, (lit
your letters ready.
.mhillV"0.L'"Jl0 J"11" "illf1 from KMinlul on the
Sllh of .May for ban bun 1'ranCUco,
The bktuo W H Dlmond, bk Cjanc und nhr Claua
Hprcckels wireutKahululimthegrtUof May, for the
.i'"i.r,K.l''a.l"en.,-Mo.lr111 """ ashoro near Walkano ou
the 1st lust, 'the last report from her yesterday Mas
hat her cargo bad all bem landid, and attempt, wuc
being madu to float UuMraael. Hho wa ou sandy bot.
.,'"llir7T,1iiMQVuJH.,m." l,w" MltA "'' maybe
eupccteil In Honolulu today.
n 1 1 r. '
! rhlldreti and liurre. Sirs HoaLauii. I' kmC.t.... u.
IdaMcKluley.J (I llnjTel.Un, Miss l.aura. Miss Kama
la, Mlsa Kaboohull, (I C Wllllauia. II Cornwell, llr V 11
Kudrs. M H.Munsarrat, J A Palmer, II Cruwnlnburr
UHUugg HTurtuu. 11 Taylor, f Kimdirn. wife slid
,.K.'?m ??' ,l"r K.Kl'I'hoi'. Maj J ' "lade, W
11 Rice. P 1st ubori;, U P Adama. '
From Hawaii and Maul, nrr Iwalaul. -MiyUilU WII
Htiiiie, I hleiigner, l" Woulcmt. W K Howell. James O
"'.. A N hproull, uV Macfarlaue, ( V Town,
send, KCMac arlaiie, W H llalley, K II l'owler. J as
wife .ud chiTd,"l)r .uodle. UuilSSSSi ' "lc"","on'
Catanah audjl cdlldrvu, Mr HUticu
NOXb;Altll.T-l,UCK-lu thu'city Junl.t, 1W,',
it bl. AudriiuU'atbedral. by the Iter. Ale. Macklu!
S'"t Jj,u-l Jn" loti.Us, second sou of the latr
M.U Mourtrrat, Htq., to 1'iout.MC Ullen, youngest
dauzbler of li. II. I.m... tn,., nil of this city, tar" No
Ur.!XK-WlCUE -U Honolulu, May lftih. 1WJ. by
Ibo mtko)o(Ulba, AluiiTiki; Ui.u.k toMisa MiT
Iroin Wludttord Ports, rer Llkcllke. May .T-llon
,1 Molt bmlth and daughter, Hon H (1 Wlliltr. J Nswa.
hi. LAholo. HAIwohl JKaukau, (I Vrltx, V'll ick
stlue, IIAIona, II Plkelo. J Katual. Iter T Coin ind
nlfe. -Mra Jordan uud child. J Ivar. 1. Auu. m,. 11.....1
lor bill 1 raudsco. prr 1) I Murrar. Mae ai.-lr
Wright ami wife. AVoing, Mr Un.udwlfe. ill
MiHire, W J ltegau, Mr biearus, Mr O'Neill An ton!
liruauiu. Manuel Pi-dls. W llublu,.! 11 iS?.'.,"
-. ..HUI.,1,. Mlt
From Tahiti, per NlnlTnT Jlay30-'clrce Alo.90
cords fire nooil, 3 bx mdse.
From Port Townsrnd. per Kllkltat, .Mayt-6,S!U,f,7l
ft lumber, imra ahlnyles, 9lMftdre"eil ceder, to II
llAckfeld A Co.
for Port Tuwnsend, per Emerald, JlaySS- Ilallast
Kor San PrcncUco, per II C Murray, .May 3I-W5,H
Ilia t ngar, 3,6M ?lli molisses. cca.'.oi lb! rice. 211 hides,
WW lb tallow I)om Value. $W,4II M.
Till; MATimilAl VHtAH
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JUNK 3, l8f-2.
THE HAWAHAN ARMY
Can nny 0110 icail over tho new Apiroiriu
tion Hill nml nolo tho ainoutitfl pet apart for
llio oxpeiincs of timintnliiiiic rtti nrmy without
oxperieiicins a fculing of Rttpromo (UhriihI ?
Cm nny 0110 co in Huh tho fulfillment of
promiHca maJo by tho now Ministry ? Can nny
onu imngino a moro ilisgrnccful sttrroiulcr of
common r)eno to tho difcanei! opinion of a
fow " who Bit lilgh?" Militiiridtn in Hawaii
hna tluvolopcd into a chronic complaint, ono
which no nnno and honest pomon could ciu
courngc. It hna already been productive of
much liami and a continuanco uf ita ahnormnl
Browth would bo political stlicido. TI10 fol
lowing aro tho itomti wo allude tn:
Klng'eduard $ aS.WI.ril
Aid to Voluntier Comiianics lU.ono.UI
Drill Shtd 5,000.00
Hand, Klaga anil Saliitia 33.'IC.IXI
Armaand Accontrementa 30,000.00
III addition tn tho nbovo is tho amount of
$15,000 for tho education of Hnwniinn yoillha
in foreign conntrica (at military and naval
uendemica) and in thu Atlornoy Genoinl's
department SCO.OOO for nil " armed force, con
tingent fund to be expended by advice of tho
King and Cabinet Council." Head carefully
the words quoted. This moana an addition to
tho military, or tho organization of a forco
auxiliary thereto, Tho coat por capita of tho
population for maintaining tho army on tho
nbovo baaiB would bo grcator than that of tho
maintenance of tho U. S. army, and aurcly wo
aio not moro in ntod of a atnuding army thsn
tho Great Itcpublic.
If tho army is intended lor pjiado only
(it ia fit for nothing else) it could bo rr.ado Ies3
expensive, and should bo organized as a mili
tia forco. No cno in his right mind could
imagine for alt instant that they could bo
intended for moro than play soldieru. Let ua
provo it. If every adult Hawaiian in the
Kingdom belonged to tho army tliero would not
bo men enough to form a complete division ;
and if every male, native and foreign born,
between tho ages of ono and ono hundred
years, was in tho ranks, they would not form
a respectable corpa. A third rato Amorican
or European city could tutn out more able
bodied men than this Kingdom can, people
of all ages, and a regiment of Amorican or
European veterans could annihilato tho entire
Hawaiian nrmy and think thoy wore on a pic
nic excursion. Ono foreign man-of-war could
destroy every town and landing in tho group,
oven though tho Pelc carried :i howitzer nt
her bow and w:ib commanded by tho youth
from tho Italian naval school. There are no
facilities for moving other than light troops
nny distnnco ou this or other islands. Tho
guns, anittnitiou and everything elso required
would havo to como from abroad, and when
tho powder was nsed up by salutes and
target practice, what would our gallant
soldiers do? And, moro important still, what
would become of tho army when tho pretty
uniforms from Europe wore worn out? It
would bo a military impossibility to keep
soldiers in tho field without these uniforms.
It cannot bo that a military forco is ncceg
sary to provent internecino broils. It cannot
bo that it is intended for show, for it haa
never yet made a respectable appearance. It
can only bo intended to prevent foreign inva
sion and uh hucIi it would bo worse than use
less. Nr ono possessing ordinary judgment
or a grain of patriotism would support the
aboro appropriations as thoy now stand. Tho
membor of tho House who Mould moro to
amend by striking out tho amounts named
and substituting therefor u roasouablo appro
priation for a thoroughly drilled and armed
polico forco, would bo doing a worthy act. It
will not do to bo mealy-mouthed about thit
natter. To ripond largo sums of money for
this purposo is a criminal waste of tho
public funds; it is litllo less than rob
beryand furthermore, it is fraught with
danger to tho State. It these and kindred
measures nro carrind out it will next bo in
order to obtain an appropriation to defray Iho
funeral expenses of tho Kingdom.
THE APPROPRIATION BILL.
As part of the policy of tho now adminis
tration, it was stated that tho expenditure of
public money would bo judiciously and witon.
ically made ; and ponding tho appearance of
tho revised Appropriation Hill, which has
now bcon laid before thu Assembly, it was not
competent for any ono to gainsay or to ques
tion tbo avowed intention of tho newly ap.
pointed Cabinet, howoter much thoy might
havo bocn iuclined to doubt, from tho previ
ous history of certain members thereof, their
ability or deposition to abide by their own
averments. A consideration of this bill, how
ever, will immediately dUsipato all confidence
in tho promise of " economical " and "jtidi
oua " expenditure of tho public money, if it
doea not also offer a partial explanation of the
cauci which led to the resignation or thu pre
With tho political profession of such u man
aa tho Minister of Foreign Affairs boforo ns, it
would havo been n difficult tusk lo havo pre
dicted almost to a cortaiuty the particular
Uirectiou 111 which u Cabinet of which he is
tho head, would be ntithtr judkious nor
economical in recommending the uxpetidititre
of tho public fuudi. And this recommenda
tion stauds before us in tho reality which
would have bceu looked for by any man of
seusa, who had kept himself conversant with
tho politics of tho country during tho past two
j cure. A man that seeks) favors will uattu
rally be ucliued to return them in some sort
upon the sourco from whuueo thoy ure sought,
Uhjo coiupariug tho Appropriation Bill of
the retired Cabinet with that uow preaonted
by their succeeaora in power, it m ill bo ob
served that it has Leeu increased by 8163,-
550.0.1 and prcielitr. a total of $3,082,117.53.
As our contemporary, tho timU't indicate,
the appropriation of SI 0,000 for His MiijertlyV
household expenses has been incrcneod to
820,000. Sinco then has been presented a
resolution to tho Legislature by a government
efficial, not a Minister truh, but n Postmaster
Gcnoral, proposing to swell tho Appioprintion
Hill still further by tho addition of S22.600 in
order to meet ihe expenditure incurred by His
Majesty and suit during their lato lour of tho
world, fifteen thousand (hilars for now
ntnblca for tho I'nlnco has nlso been asked for;
nnd an entirely now item of 820,000 for tho
reception of foreign clients. Hon. ('has. It.
nishop, on Wednoralny Inst, wlillo nddreasing
tho Assombly upon tho Riibject of tho pro
posed expenditures of monoy in connect!' n
with royalty, Inciduntally mentioned that tho
income from Crown Landa might be sot down
nt nbout 830,000 per annum. Now, totalizing
the H0cral amounts diicclly connected with
thu support of royally na propositi, with an
addition of tho income from Crown Land as
estimated by a gentleman conversant with
such matters, wo have an annual outlay for
tho ensuing two years, of 880,250.00. l'or thu
benefit of the reader, wo append tho spucinc
amounts for tho biennial period : His Ma
jesty's Hoy.il 1'iliso and Stale, $15,000;
Household expenses, $20,000 ; Her Majesty
the Queen, 310,000 ; Pahico stables, 310,000 ;
His MujfHly'ri tour, 822,500 ; Ilonts of Crown
Landx, 800,000 ; in all making an amount of
8172,500, which divided by two, will giso tho
figures boforo set down. Wo say nothing of
tho $20,000 for tho entertainment of foreign
guests, or of tho 3i,000 for decorations, which
might with propriety have boon added,
for tho support of military wo hao tho
bashful nmoiint ofS07,000 naked for against
$75,300 that wua appropriated in I860; and
$00,000 in tin Attorney Oonoral'i) department,
for an armed forco to bo expended by advico
of thu King and Cabinet Council. Thu exact
nature of thin armed force, hna nut been
explained, neither has information bcon given
as to itu object, and therefore, in our ignor
auco, it is to bo hoped wo will bo pardoned if
wrong in putting it down as only anothor way
of asking for moro coldicrs and nrmti.
Comparing the estimated expenditure of
tho retired Ministry with thoso of tho Cabinet
now in power, wo havo tho following tnblis:
11 id ncnciscs.
Salaary Ohambcrbln $ l.OCOM
scbold expenses of Hl llajcaly LCJOCO
Kxuenacs Lcctslature I.00UOJ
Oopjlng Clerk l'orclgu Dale l.ouUHJ
r.vpenses toiclgn Mislon I.OjuOO
l'rlson Guard (more eoldlcrafj 7,00000
Salarj l'ostmasltr Ocneral l.OuUU
Incidentals Post Officii HX100
Clerk Sheriff llatrall l.buOOU
Clerk bherllTMaul l.bOOOU
Armed Force TO.0O0UO
Arms and accoutrcminls go.ouooo
Entertainment of lorelgn Visitors iW.uujOU
ToUl $137,100 00
Circuit Judge Kanal S I0""0
Civil Engineer 6,00000
.Mall Carrlir SO0PU
Itoadaand llrldeea l.i.VJUt)
Intending Whurf at Lahalna a.uouw
Custom Hnucc Ouard and Surveyor at llllo.. ',0ifluu
Totals J aa.TWCO
Kxccescsof Uad Increases over Uouil.... 'J 1 3 1 ! 0U
Iload Knglucer J" I.OOOOn
New Tag W.COUUO
Salary Collector General Cusloma I.UUIOU
.Marshal Hawaiian Islands t.OCOCO
Hillary President Hoard Health t
Hilary Mesaugcr Uovcrnor'a Office
Total $ S.'JIOOO
Excess of Uad Decreases over Good IS, 0b 1 00
Yet thoro is every reason to believe, espe
cially in regard to the support of royalty and
its twin brother, tho soldiery, that tho limit of
proposed expenditure has nut yet been reached,
and wc havo an inkling of othor propositions to
bo intiodiiccd by representatives affecting lliceo
departments which tho Ministry may not, for
policy sake, like to father. Accoiding to tho
Appropriation Bill presented by tho now
Ministry tho increases of estimated expendi
ture, are all or nearly all, connected, with the
mnififeiiaiice 0 royalty or tho pay of military,
But tho wot thy Premier has tho faco to go
before tho Legislature and represent to them
that tbo large increntoin the proposed expen
ditures of public money was dependent upon
tho contemplation of large und important im
provements in the public works of tho coun
try " benefits which would go down to pos
terity, und for which posterity should be
willing to pay its share."
THE OPIUM QUESTION.
The lteprcsontatives from Honolulu, who
wero elected on what was known aa tho " Gov
crnment ticket," havo shown thoir hand in
tho Assembly, and what was prophesied of
them is coming truu. Liliknlani, the "states
man," who introduced tho " ten million loan,"
was tho proper person to propoho licensing tho
manufacture and salo of opium in Hawaii
Tho programmo of this clique is to obtain rev
enue at whatever co6t to dofray tho oxponso of
armament und tho increase to an uuuesossary
oxtent of many itoms connected with Govern
ment, or vuthur thoao who govern. This muddy-headed
statesman thinks that opium would
be used only by Chinctu. At prosont liquor is
tabu to IIaw.niian, and yet, through tho Chi-
neso, thcyobtnin nil thoy want. If tho Chineso
can sell whisky to natives in violation of law
and before tho eyes of n largo polico forco, what
will prevent them disposing of opium in tho
eatno manner? Older countries aro endeavoring
to stamp nut thu opium trado, learning its dan
ger from eipcrionco. One thing is cortain : if
tho drug is to bo manufactured and sold here,
no matter how strict may bo the hie regard
ing tho mattor, natives can got it ; and would
the state-man and his colleagues wish to manu
facture another bombshell to aseist in tho ex
termination of hie raco, merely to add a few
dollars to the hungry treasury?
8ELLINO GOVERNMENT LAND.
Aimmj the petitions presented to the Leg
islativo Aiaembly was one by Mr. Komakolo
of Makawao, praying that small pieces, nf land
be sold at private sale to those desiring to
purchase. This petition morftt careful con
sideration. Then? is nothing that will mako
people moro contented nnd industrious than to
know that thoy have a homo of their own;
not one that is leased for a term, but which
bthngi to thow. There are largo tracts of
Government lauds In the various islands that
bfxl-1 bo sold In small lots to worthy poopla
who will mako their homes on and imprnvo It.
Tho amount disposed of to any one person
should be small and precaution should be
taken to prevent what is knt,wu aa "land
grabbing." Germany found it necessary fo
allow bor peasants to buy small parcels f tho
public land in order to prevent them from
emigrating. If wo want to keep amongst as
lit deslrsblo immigrants who 01 e brought here
it will be necessary to eftcr them notuo induco
meat to remain.
BUPFORT OF THE MINISTRY.
"On motion lo appoint Govern! committocti to
report upon particular Heme in tho Appropria
tion Hill, a general diacuosloii on tho bill itself
sroao n tho Asucmhly yosterday morning,
ending in a division which showed Jvory plain
ly that tho Government han tho thorough sup
port of the House on iW financial policy gen
erally." ' ' Vido '. C. Dalbj Apttrtiw,
Juno 1st. Itoth editorially and in its reports
of tho Legislative proceedings this paper has
spoken of this fact us a notablo triumph of the
Government, whereas In reality thia particular
fact justifies no hucIi assumption. Mr. Hishop,
whoso vlows, as expressed in regard to the
" financial policy" of tho (lovcrntncnt, would
scarcely ontitlu him to tho honor nf buing con
sidered 11 supporter of this policy, was the firat
man lo express his opposition lo the resolu
tion, wlillo tho introducer of tho resolution
hiuiHulf, judging fioni his conduct in tho As
sombly, li actually u tuppnrkr of Ihe Minittry.
Several gentlemen in tho Assembly known to
bo opposed to tho " linuueiiil policy" uf tlm
Government also voted iignitixt thu ii-Hiiliilinn,
but upon far other groiiliilH than that of mi idea
of offering their support in favor nf an extrava
gant and unjustifiable polioy affecting tho ex
penditure of tbo public money. As was re
marked by Mr, Hishop, tho working of Com
mittees, as cuntcmplatid by this resolution,
would involve a waste of lime, and it was thin
consideration, dottbllusa, that influenced many
other voIob. That the Ministry may have Iho
support of 11 mni"-ily in llm Assembly wo will
not deny ; bit'.jf .t the vote ou tho resolution
referred to i any indication ot that met wo
cannot concede. If we should adopt thu samo
stylu of reasoning- as the Daily Adcerliser, and
make tho popularity or disfavor in which tho
Ministiy stood, dopctidunt upon llie)reultlor a
voto upon a singlo item, wo might with equal
propriety al(ego that tho Ministry had ceased
to rccoivo tho "support of tho House," inas
much as their proposed incrcutto of tho Cham
berlain's ialaiy had benii voted down by a
largo majority, and our ground might bo
strengthened by reference to the fact that tho
Houso would not pads upon an item of 322,500
askod for to defray tho exponcos of the King's
late foreign tour, until it had been subjected
to tho investigation of :i special committee-.
Wo do not struin at gnats, but do object to
Wiso and Othorwino.
ritoote on "IliaMnJejty's Household Kipcu;oa"
bill nhons 1 cry well tbo complexion of the morn
bcrs of tlio llonbo.
'iho daily '. C. .l.'s Inmo explanation of tho
ehannea In the A pronriatlon Hill ghows ono of tho
two things: cither Mr. Gibson it ashamed ot his
own actions or the editor of tho P. C.-t.lsashamed
of hiu chief.
Our new Minister of Finance shotted bin llmittd
mental calibre on 'Wednesday last by losing his
temper on 11 trifling matter and callius a worthy
membor of the llotisa opprobrious names. It vms
necessary for tho I'rosident to call him lo ordor.
Tho popularity of tho now Ministry in tho lies
klaturo was short-lived. Every Item in tho Appro
priation Bill thoy favored yesterday was voted
down nnd ovory ono thoy opposed was supportod
by tho majority. Anothor change will bo noxt Jn
Wu would lil.o to HBk tho Into Ministry who,
tho present Minister of Foreign Affairs status,
iiBticil tho invitations for the coronation cere
monies for n list of tho crowned beads nnd royal
princes who have been bidden to tho fonsL through
Thoro seorus to ho a (rowing tendenoy iimonK
r. certain class in power to elevate to offico to tho
uxclnslou, or oven rsjulilag, of whites, whethor
native- born and snRJcets bt iao King or not, thoso
whom they aro plo.it.od to stylo Haicaiiaim. But
with nil this avowed fraternity of fcolinp;, they aro
still wont to mako 0, tacit."3i1miidIon of tho nccceity
of mi infusion of whito-blood in order to fit men
for responsible offices nnd thoso requiring any
special skill, otherwise it is unexphiinnble why .1
mixed race should bo preferred before tho unmixed
aborip,inees nmong whom to select men for oflicofl.
Such nro no inoro Itaicawina than they nro hooter,
uxecpting by birth.
No Hawaiian is allowed by law to loave his own
country for the pursuit ot either business or pleas
nro, excepting with tho consent of 11 Governor.
Whilo tho Hawaiian is nsserting his right to
equality in thu uho of spirituous liquors and in
other lnnttcrx, perhaps it would be well for him to
consider how tar such 11 law is in accord with truo
freedom; or in what other nation on tho faco of
tbo earth, nrotendiu to civilisation, ho can fiud a.
precedent for tho law to which he now so tamely
submits. Aro a race, aspiring to offico, and equal
ity with the best, still lit subjects for uunrdiau
ship? Hucli n thine is nu anomaly.
Mr. Green's Reply.
Emron Satubday l'lirss: I do not purpose to
continue tho discu.sHlon on tho snbjeot of toy
letter whiob appeared in the last issue of tho
weekly Pacific Commercial Adicrllter, explaining
tho causes ot the resignation of tho late Ministry,
und I slmll allow to till thoao whom I may havo
there "arraigned," including tho Editor of the
Ointtte, the privilege of tho last word. I thluk I
can afford this, as thu four leading articles and
uumvroun paragraphs on it in tbo last issue of
that paper only confirm in substnnco nil my state
ments ; and the contention of tho Gazette notwith
standing my explanation, " that it still seems to
tth that tho lato l'romier could have held his posi
tion for iitinio at least, and that hu should havo
dono so," is rathor complimentary to rao than
otberwiho. It has the misfortune however to bo
horucwlmt iucoiiiUtent with Iho succeeding articlo
on thu same subject In which ho Bays, nnd in
Italic, that ho was told on authority which ho
says hu prcforu tomino that, "a new Cabintt una
Uting to be formed at nny ratr," and that my
" iutluunco witii tho Logislnlnro nan dawn lo thu
Why then should I ha a hold ou to my position ?
This Is unintelligible, lint thu Editor of tho
(luuttc cuts bothered between vihat ho is told und
what ho makcH out for himself. Uis informants
no doubt told him that I had to resign any way,
and they perhaps also told him that I ought to
havo held ou n tittlo longer. Thoy did uot how
over tell him why 1 shonld havo held on. I mnv
perhaps bo able to help him nithuhint. Could
it haie boon that bahi bpou tbulkoct iu the Gib
son icherae, thoy mom not quite ready with a man
to put In my shoes ? In that view no doubt I
resinned too quickly. Next tiuio 1 will wait till
they nro ready to slip into office tbo whole of thoir
Tho Editor of thu Gazette MUllo upoloxiiiug iu
part for what bo had said before, persists in say.
ing, alluding- to myself, that " hu enturtalus autil
ciout prejudice on tho whole bubject of maklurt
any effort toward tho Treaty is nnfortunatoly
made only too plain in his celebrated letter," I
bou in the most retpoctfal but decided maimer to
deny that my letter gives him tho slightest ground
for such a btntomcut, and 1 challenge him, or any
of his informants on thia sebjoct, to point to one
uiuulo instauce where I havo tailed to do anything
for Ucciproclty that I onshtto havo dono in tho
!nst, or to ubow v hat moasares should bo tsLcnln
tnu luture mat I nns not prepared to adopt.
Ki cry body bat tbo Editor of the Gti(o knows
exactly how this mattor stands, and that some
over zealous men haiinc; tuadu 11 miataks are now
eompellid to look round and find souoexoabe
It is veil understood that tbo ureal Unlit agaiiut
Reciprocity nil not como on boforo Oecumbvr
next, ami that somu months befofo that our
Luvoy at Wa&hlnston, who) btuinosa it is, will
bavoui ork hard and olio ho will havo togt-V
iiipUiuucc. Notwithstanding this Uowover, I wrote
him somu months ago authorizing him to draw
npon thu department of Foreign Anairs for what
money hu wanted for the purpose of obtaiubic
what askiataucu van neccswry Iu uolloctlnj; and
sprendinc information and lu rcfutiurt falsehoods.
J'artof this money was spent beforu tbeSUlof
March, und thu remainder ua drawn ont and
placed lu tho bauds of thu Uugistrar uf fabllo
Accounts ready to meet tbo drafts, and iu so doiu
1 havo iMtidoted myself liable to bo torn to picj
by honorable rvprceentatuea and other watobful
citizens for bating spent poblio money for which
there was no appropriation, nud tratuf orred the
nocount to the education of Hawaiian youths iu
Willi reward to the proptr ixraou U mud to
asblugtou ly-and-byi), bieh baa been oou
cuntly before nil our uunds, I do uot heaituto to
admit that the toau 1 bad set my wind upou wan
Usury A. V. Cuter, aUkoH. I Eaow (oil io the
present oxeilcd state of pollllril feeling, this is
IIUo holding out a red M lo n hi'l t but of nil Iho
cniididntos available for this honor ho is tho one I
should prefer, nnd I havo bad ninny years oxjiorl-
nnco in wnrr in me in corainq to turn conclusion.
Wo can't nil no to Washington.
I do eonfcMH Hint I Kei somewhat clinRrined,
that nfler hnlng conducted tbo department of
Foreign AlTnlrs during tho whole limo that tho I
lleclpruclty Treaty was Inst blind neqotlnted up
to Its llnnl conelntloii lu 1S70, aid liming fought t
it thrnnt'h tho IKlslnlnro npnijisl tho Rtosscst
projudiea and ininreprrsentiMion,- for fow repro- '
Mutative) really knew what Iteclproelty moan I In
thoso days I sfiy thrtt I do feel that I havo reason '
id do nnnoycu, tuai a nowBtiapcr nnicii tionsts or
bolugn "frco latioo" should bo Inflnuucod by the
iinii-sldrd station of n pirty, who thinking It ncces-
isnry " In ilo somctlifng" for ltoclproclty, havo
undo 11 buiiRlo of it, nnd luive now to find an
exciiHu for Ibeir notion by neensins mo of being
apiMHbd lo It, or what Is just ns bad, of doing
nothing to help it.
llul after all, Ictus tako matters philosophically.
Thu ovents nro ptrlinps only ulnit i miplit look
for from nicrngu inortiiliiunderlhocircuinstnnccH.
'I here wns ono Ihirg that becama quito clear to
ovcrjbody, nnd that nns that after tho late rather
sudden uttnek npon it, Hieiproclty wns iu ileinnfr;
but just exactly what should have been done nt
thu moment nobody know, nnd certainly no ono
but 11 prophet could Imo lorcFccn that tho attack
uould lie in kIii nhen it wns. It Is n fnlllug
of uoalc Iimiiau naturn that ivliou sudden danuor
comes tipuu ns there often arisen nu uncoutrolnblo
Instinct to "doKoinclhlnK," qultu irrcsectlve of
whether It is tlio rlsbt thing to do or not. Thus
ill 11 sudden lire, it is well known that men here
tofore credited uitli Iho usual amount of common
House, think It necessary to do the most idiotlo
tilings, such for Instauco nu throwing tho looking
t'lnm ont of Iho ulmtow and carrying the feather
led down stnird, whurea 1 If thoy had kept qniot
till they wero quitu sure of what was best to bo
(tone they would ham beon much more useful.
During our recent alarm and general excite
ment it so happened Ihnt wu had n nowly organ
ized body of Urcnipu who felt Hint tho responsi
bility was right ukui tiietu, nnd that thoy had to
do something nbout it. Ttioy did "do something,"
mil tnoy urn nol quite tuiitRlieil with 1110 ro3Ult.
However, tlio Inst isauo of thu Gazette tells us that
one result of tbo rtielic.il chniigo In thu Govern
ment of tho country which thtso gentlemen nro
mainly respousllilo for, whntnvor may bu naid
about thu ndmltlLil Internal dlsurganuatiuu of
the latu Ministry "ill be, that wu may nil liavu thu
pleasure early next year of shaking hand with
tlio 1'rinco of Whales and Tliakombaw, nnd who
knows but whnt tho latter pottntnto may bring uh
thu now twenty years lleciproelty In ills pockot, nt
leant if the nature of his cotuuiu admits conve
niently of that nppendngo.
Ono word more, Tho Gazette snys that 1 havo
nrrnignod nearly ovory fiirciRiicr horn n being
cither " red hots " or tho "Indian Coolin I'nrty."
Tills is not correct. If hu liad said thnt I
nrrnlcned nenrly every foreign sugar planter hero
na being cither 0110 or thu other bu would havo
been more nearly right. I do so nrrnlun them. I
hnve not hesitated tu arraign them bofore, nnd it
mny bo necessary to nrrnfRn lliom ngniu nnd to
join "Young Hawaii" iu rebuking men, who in tbo
toocagor pursuit of thoir pnilicnlnr interest not
only forget tho principles of common fairness nnd
justice- towards tho betl Inlorcnl of tho real of tho
community, but oven mlolako thoir own.
AV. Ti. Onto;.
Honolulu, .lime 1st, 133-'.
Fotartlx of July.
IN COiU'LIAIVCK AVITI1 THE
X urmnlr-iii rrnneit of the EObUlEUS and SAIL
OKS and ot.i -, at a inect'nc on Decoration Day,
which raiucsi jir liiea heartily concurred In by many
others not pre nt it the meeting, the Mlnltter Heal
dent of tl . United Statoi, haa the pleasure of calling a
nice' jf all resident Americana, and alt other fccllncs
an ..sod, of whatsoever nationality, to ncacinblc at
the HAWAIIAN IIOTEL, next Thursday evening,
Jane Eth, at half-past acTen o'clock to take measures
for the proper olisimncc of next FOUUT1I Of JULY.
I (02 903)
Mendelssolin. Quintette Club !
MISS COi?A MILLED !
',V1U Klve a Concert In the
NEW MUSIC HALL !
On the arrival of the steamship
"CITY OP NEW YORK."
Immediately after the Steamer Is telegraphed further
particular!) will be Issued.
Hon Plan will bo opened at Jteisrs. J. W. Itobertsou
fc Co.'h store on Saturduy morning.
007 WilAY TAYLOR. Manager.
Dl'.SIItlXi TU HATH TIIISIK
and licgulalcdwlll find It greatly to
their advantage to accrue the services of Mr. ISIDOR
KOSHNCHANTZ, formerly In charge of the l'ianoa In
tlio well-known College of Notre Dame.
Communications (left at T. CI. Tliriim'a Store, or
Palmer's Drug Store. 51
It i:ai, Bstatb I
3? JaM. 3?
F" O n & -A. Li JB1 !
TIIEVIIKMISKSOM'NEDHY 1. C.
JONKH, on Nunanu Avenue, Honolulu, will he
offered for salo at auction ON VI11DAY. JnncUOtli.lESJ,
(If not previously disposed of nt prliato sale,) at tho
Salca Ifoom of K. P. Adams.
Thia property la located In a very doilrnlilo and
healthy part of the City; haa Unlit upon It a Commoill.
oua Two-story Dnelllng Jlonse. containing Parlor. Din.
Ing Iloora, Hall. Library, hcplng Koom, Dressing
lloom nnu Path Itoom en the lowtr floor; besides a
Large Hack Veranda, !6x.!0. with Three Airy Chambers
ou the second floor; all ofuhlrh command a delightful
view of the surronndlug mountains and valleys'.
Thero nro Two Cottages on the Premises, each con.
lalnlngTuo Ilooma.onp of which haa a Hath Room
Tliero la n Long Ilnlldlng in tho tiar with Three
Rooms for Servants; a Carriage House, stable for Two
llortea and n Room for Hay. drain. Harness, Ac.,
also, a wash House. There Is also a Largu Laual, lbx-O,
Tho Main Ilomowsi Inillt In 197,; waspitntedlnslilo
ami nut, and newly papered last November, and ia aup
purlod ou Uriel. Piers, ghlnga tine foundation.
All tho Ilnlldlng on tho I'rciniiea aro In Perfect
The Laud has frontage ou Nnuanu Aicnnonf Wft.
and a depth of SO) ft., ami contalnt an Ufa.'.t .61 of
an Aero. Tho Propcrtv Is froo from all Ineiimbranecs;
the Till Is Perfect. A Warranty Died will be fumlalied.
(V TKHSN DA Ml. r sold at auction. Special
Terms can bu arranged If fold at Private Sale.
The Property can be Inspected many time. Vor fur
thu particulars apply to
P. U, JONKH. Jr..,
"1 SO? At the (lfllco of O. Ilrewer i, Co.
Carriage and Double Harness For Sale
a n.iMisoMt; (noi'iu.K)
JPeixxxlly Phtroton !
.u;Shattai wet; aa Pole, can be driven
with Single lloric orva Span,
A Fine Double Harness with
, fcC APPLY TO
I Im CAOTl.t: A COO ME.
PER W. O. IRWIN,
GOLDEN GATE VI. UK, EX.DL.
indo Plour, Graham Vlonr, Oil ileal. Com ileal,
Iraclirt Wheat, Just at Hand, and for ball by
IIOLLES A CO.
IAKU.n A .Ml 10 1,11. HAIIR. KCUS I'll.'
4 Perk, half harrelai Eitra Tamlly Deer, llctlei.
Ynt Sale by HOLIES CO.
C-IHOl'.MJ UAKI.EY, UIHH.E IUKLHY,
for Sale by UOLLESACO.
IX HAt.'al. IIKMr A.M NCl'HIO tlMi.sTY
Also, California Cuba. In boiss: Crashed Sugar, In
barrels and half barrels) Dry QianuUttd Huzar. In bar
rtla and half barrela. Kor Sale by UOLLEM Ji CO.
Cof r ei:-oi,d kona" corrEB
II for lata by BOLLBS Ct,
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
Would Call Attention to Tlieir ."Lai'go and
Vai'iod Stock of
Paris Steel Breaking Ploiv !
TtIF, . ,
Moliue Steel Breakers and Furrowing- Plow,
Irloline Steel Plows, all Bizes ;
SUGAR MILL REQUIREMENTS :
Sugar Bags, Sugar Kegs, Cumberland Coal !
nn 1 i i-iT.S ,'sCjf""'1'r ff.' ""' K' ,H. 1 "f.ct I.iibrLaton. Plmnbagc. Albany Circase. Dlsston'a and S.
pvinl LVni1 '"nilkli'dai Steam Packing. Iloiimland Plat India Rubber. Asbestos nnd Soap Stone. Plat
,W !, Hnbbc-r IIoc, Ji t.i 8 In. j Pipes : anil Couplings, Machine- llolta, all sltea , Nuta and Washers, fln'
i-Iii'- ,i?""Pr?'","'lell,"'l'"'.l'nglncersaiidCariiiters 'llatnmeri. Winches, 8 In to 21 In.; PIpo Cutters,
Anvils, kee, Tube Scr.pera and Orliidstonei. IlliM1 A.'IXtillA.N ll.itl Hlo.N .i.MI'IHU , M'lll.l,
Builders3 Hardware, All Kinds & Styles;
STAPLE GROCKRIES t N'o. I and 2 flour, No. I ami S Rice, Cms lied Sugar, China and Japan Teas
denied .Mllk'nc;b,?lm01'' ,'ol"lCM 1'lnc,t fi"Hty of Table Frnlti Imm the Kactory. PLlti: HnglUli Hplcea, Con
SPECIALTIES i THE PALACE KEROSENE OIL, Weston's Centrifugal LININGS, II In.!
RUBBER SPRINGS AND CANVAS BRAKE, Jnst at hand 1 Wake steam Pump Vnhcs, Packing.
Ac; Illnke Roller Peed, .Inlcc or .Molusue irrlgatlnsand Vacuum Pumpi,
Weston's Patent Centrifugals, complete;
,;"'0lOWC0WSIGNm:NT, California Hay, llarley, Potatoes, IlnrrcU Sal . on Hams AsLeito, MIm.mc
orllolleranndStcnmPlpcp very cheap; Pence Wire and Slnples.Oafr. nooflng. ."J"ic
Wilrox & GlbVs Antomntlo. Sijigor MCfe. Co., Autil., RomlnKtoa Co., FfttiUly, WlHon No.
Machluo, tlio Bct Assortment to bo Fonnil, nnd A T BOTTOM PRICES.
NEW GOODS BY EVERY ARRIVAL FROM ENGLAND, NEW
YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO.
1 New Traction Engine, 8-ii. p,
w Ordcra from the Other islands Pilled at Rest Kate and with Dispatch.
Tho FollowiRj Gcntloracn Compriso
WJI. C!. inwix,
CAPT. A. S. TRIPP.
1 1 O ft' TC IX 311 Ml C .
First day, Saturday, Jujve 10th, ,
COMMENCING AT U O'CLOCK SIIAKP.
Kapiolnni Plato, S100. King.8l Plat0 3125
I'OK HAWAIIAN BRED HORSES-Mlle dash
Catcli vcl;htB. Entrance $10.
RUNNING 1!ACE Tbreo-quartera of a mile
Second Day, Mojv
COMMENCING AT 11 O
Leahi Cup, S40.
MULK RACE-Mlledash-Krcetoall. Catch uciglita
Park Cup, $75.
Three-tiuarttm of a rallo-Froo for all TWO YEAR
OLDs bred In the Klngdom-Catchnclgbta. Entrance
Reciprocity Plate, S100.
TKOITI.SO RACK, mllo hcate, but 3 In 0 to har
ness lrco to all llorees that Imvo not n better rieord
than 2. to In any public raca In this Kingdom. Entrance
Express Cup, 875.
l'UEE TO ALL HORSES that have been driven In a
Public Hack, six mouths prcrloua to this 1 till June.
Karaehamolia Plato, $ 200.
TROTriNCl RACE-Mlio lioala best 3 in 5 to harness
Free tu all. Kmr.-uuu S-W.
if All HORSES cntorcd for tlicau Racen ulll bo
under tho control of the Judges, and their decision
Will bo final. A 1 Runulnc Racea will lie under
th ltulta ufUie Pscllls lllood.horsc Asaoclallon-Ex-ccptlneaa
lo wclp.ble. All Iloracs lo carry a Rlilir.
All TrottlnK Kacca will be unrterthe Unlcsof the
NKtional TroitliiR ;iseoclatIon,
aa- No Pool SelllnB on tlio Tark croiinds. All
Horses that aro sold In Pools will be ruled out.
In order to secure ai.d nu.Inuln order, no one will be
It is also Planned to have
ADMITTANCE TO THE PAIIK, 25
50 CTS; ADMITTANCE TO
J. M. OAT, . JR St. CO.,
TSfHTXrO. TDaOdlaOttVC! t
-m -mr TT v . VfVy JaV 19
Would talothU mcthnanf informlnstha lnha!.
Hants of Honolulu und tho other Tslnnda,
that Ihe; have opcued a
Stationery & News Depot
In tha NEW HAWAIIAN G.UETTE BLOCK,
..w ..- jvrcaaut cinvi. wntre iney
tfiv llj'aiU to mruisu
BLANK HOOKS, MEMOKA.MIWl HOOKS,
M,klH,2 1uJ.r" P1!1"' WinU nd conut
Letter and Note Papor, roohcap
Lu cap, Le lopei, I'apcterles. tic . etc
Orders taken for any Periodical
that may bo Dsslred.
rrotapt attention will b glren to tha Malllucof Pa
prs to bnbscrlbcra ou tny or the other Islands Also,
rATS, IIAttJJKY, BttAS, COItX,
' Who tat and Hay pe D.O. Jlumy"nd H"W'
June 10th & 12th
tho Committee of ArrangomoiiU:
II. It. MACKARLAJfE'
II. A. WIDEMANN,
; TOR T1IREE YEAR OLDS-Open to all-Rest 2 in 1
to carry 100 lbs. Entrance J1D.
dash- Frco to all. to carry PMIbj, Entrauco$IO.
day, June 12th,
'CLOCK A. M. SIIAIU
Luna Makaainaua Plato, $100.
ONE AND A HALF 2IILE DASII-rrcc for all, to
carry lWibs. Entrance $1B. . v"'1
Regent's Plate, S100.
i r,K?.E. 'u a", "ORsns bred In tho Klngdoai-Iliel s
In J-Uteh weights. Entrance S10.
Pony Race Cup, $50.
ONE MILE JUSJI-Opcn to all Homes bnd In the
HmMnMjl VUr y' UUl15 hlu-uch iveighu.
HURDLE ItACE-l mllo dash-1 Ihnrdlej-Pfcr
all-t'atcU weights. Entranco JI0,
Donkey Race Cup, $25.
FREE FOR ALL-Each man to rldo hla nci-tiborai
Donkey. Tho lust ono under (ho wlro ivlni. ,l'-uiLi;
Bioyole, Tricycle, anil Fool RACE,
For W yards. For Jlcdals and n Unp,
wM?hlS'i ,h?,M"k. l"tlhe Aesoclatlon Iladse,
which can bo obtalnul ou tho Orouuds.
KrTornilta to train Horses ou the ParU IracL tan
bo obtained from Jlr. II. it. .Macfarlaue, , JMkeyt
colora must accompany Enlraiice fees 7
ALI. ENTRIES TO CLOSE
Saturday. June 3rd, 1882.
an EXHIBITION of STOCK
" ., J. W. Robertaon X Co". I.ook.lore, the
CTfi; HOUSES AKD OAltItIAGK8
THE GKAND STAND, 1.00.
"' i-iawc, oecrelary.
H. J. NOl.TC, : : Profiriator.
I)e to announce to hla friend, aud tho
public In general
That ho hn ononcd tho above s.i,n
whoro flratlaos RoiVcshmonU
will be acrrtd from 3 a.m. till H p. m under this
Immedlato supervision of HP. HCBERT OllHMFfCN.
.TlllM'tVPl.l' mi.tip.. ..
wignrs, Pipes antl
ftoHesbn..,'wnA,.'.,',5,lon '""" Irst-cl... tn.iiu
I lm to time U0 0lBCd. and will be added lo frow
Ousof Bnuswlek Calltfa
Celebrated Billiard Tables !
Is tonncclml with tho eaUbllshmeut. nherp lovers
"' ofthacuacsu partlelpatr. tM
QRTABLI OR PERMANENT
tl ft, lsMigtluii 14 ba. to the yarst.
Jiul rwaltcd per "Dolt of Abmoru,"
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