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IlOXOLll.V. AVOVHT 5, IWU
Local trad' glr tiocvldmce of Improvement upon
-hat has been rr ported for ecttul necks past, ciecpt'
ins lhi aetrvlly consequent upon the arrival and
a'partorc of the r pilar monthly stcanxr, and the arrl
ul of tliric of our C'ot't packete The huitlc attending
the arrival of the City of Sydney on Monday last was
ustarnl from the faetof so many of our kamaainatttii
iheti liking tbelr departure by hrr.as will be ecru liy
ri-ferenteloourpaMtiiK'r "' ahlpplns movement
liart been free enough slnci- our htt to claim the atten
tion of our mercantlli friends, as by the arrivals of
two steamers to llackfcld A. Co, and one each sailing
packet to .""eharfi r ,t Co, Ilrcwer A Co and Irvtln A Co,
llh tbe varied freights for about all our dealers; It Is
fair to consider Mi cm mil supplied with all needed
roods, Judclnjt from our Import lists.
The Art Sak on Wednesday last by K r Adams, drew
tugetlitra large attendance, and panel ofT satisfactori
ly on the whole, thou'' n number of rare burgilm vi-re
Owing In ihi rimiplitlon of i-rimllng anions a num
in r of plantations, freltht Is much -lowrr now in
omlng forward, hence the delay In loading our sailing
packets. The Clly of Hydncy, for Han franclsco, took
itray cargo valued at T5,10.1l); and tin W o Irvtlti'e
mrgo n valued at JJT.tlCTT, The W If Meyer lifts.
ibotit completed her loading, to i-alllodiy; llifetesintr
In .Makce leaves the middle of neit witk.
l-i the temporary withdrawal of the Makce from lh
i oattlne service, toprnd htr loMan franclsco for need
id michlncry Improvements, It Is lobe hoped the lisson
will not be lost upon our local iron works management,
nhrri Ills considered that her agent And It to Ihtir In
terest to thus Interrupt lliclr weekly service tosendher
broad for work which could be done as well at home,
lit Justice lo the agents, wc arc Informed that n fair
.inionnl over San I'raiicleco figure" were offered, toliiir
the vrotkdouc here
Malls came to hand -In reverse order sluce our last,
tiy the ttmr Cilrnsmnlr and 1)1! Murray, by which o
have dates to the '-Mb ult. Wc do not gather any mate
rl tl changes In market n,uotnlloiis from thoselast given.
Our neM mall, per Zejlnndln, wllli dales tothe gClhtilt.,
may bo looked fur this p m
The ttmr Hue, we find, l adicrllscd to eull for this
port on the 9lh Inst., and will brine replica lo letters
per steamer of last Mondj) .
Wo were In error In reporting lite Martha Davis as
lettlned for Hydueynn her arrival. Ilahnuld hive been
the stmr llnnm. 'flic Martha Davis will bo laid on for
PORT Or HONOLULU.
fir H h Calrnsmnlr, Castle, from Han I'rnii
Ntiu C It Illshop from Kauai
bebr Waloll from Hawaii
Am lit; U I. I'eltlugall.from Depnrlure Hay
Him l.litCiiKr irom nun
htm -I na Makce, from Kauai
Kch Knliinn from Kauai
il -I'M H HCItvof Hydney, Scaburj. fin sjilney
'i I Am bk I) 0 Murray. Jinks, from San Fran
Ntm Inalanl from Hawaii and Maul
: hell l.eahl from Hawaii
'.' -Am bktnc l'JIs, Ilrown, from Bits. Fran
Am brine Constifllo, Howard, from an Fran
Hell ItalcakaU from I'rncckco
Htm Walmauato from Walman.ilo
l-ll II M 8 Hanpho, Clark, from Tallin
MCU .Ncmo.mmn irom i.nuaina
Htm Mokolli from Koolau
I -Hch Jennie Walker from Hanuii
Htmr I.'-lin.i, from Maui and Molokni
' Htmr Kllauea Hull, from Kahnltil
Hlmr -' It Illshop from Kauai
Mnir Jas Makce from KjusI
11-1' .M s S t Ity of Sidney, Dearborn, for b 1"
Am bk Adclla Carlton, Oraut, for l'ngel M'nd
Htm C n Illshop for Kauai
Htm l.chua for Molokal and Maui
Htm Kllania Hon for Kahulttt
Htm Mokolli for Koolau
Hch llrnma for Walanao and Wlaluv
Hch t'llama for llanalcl
Sch WbIoII for Kcokca
I Htm I.llccllkc for llllu
-J-Heh Wallelo for Mallku
Hch Marlon for Nawlllivili
Hcli Maituokawal for Ulon-alu
'l-Ilr en Calrnsmnlr, Castle, for Hongkong
Am bgine WO Irwin, Turner, for 8 F
Voiiolii in Port.
II II M 8 Happho, Clark
Am bk 11 C Murray, JcnkB
m bktne Ulla, Ilrown
Am bk E I. I'ctllngill. I'cltinglll
Am bgtiic Consuello, Howard
Her bk l'radox. Ilnrgdoir
Haw brum Tilnitn,
Am bk Kdward Mny, .lohnon
Am bg W II Mccr, Howe
tier bit Adolph, Kopclmaiin
Am bk Calbarleu, Hubbard
Voiscli Kxiiocteil ut Honolulu, rrnui I'iuoIru
Haw bk Kale, Ituthfns, llrcmeu, duo Hcpt 1-5, II
Hackfeld A Co, Agtnte.
iier blc Joscfa, Hnrtemnuii, Canllll'. due Aug ti-lU, lluck-
fold A Co, Agents
Hill bk Obcron, llarvry, I.Herpuol,
due August B-IP,
T II Ilavles A Co, Agents
mbk Martha Davis, IKusou, Huston
Nl ,, 1)..... .... , ,.t , ....
due f-pt 15-
V, V. IIIVI-VI ,V V.,,, ilULUII,
llrlt eh llrltlsb Embassador, Havls, N'v Castle, SbW
NIC bk ItcmUlu, Howes, Nencaetlr, H 8 W. ilue
Am tern Hera, llabbldgc, Newcastle, N&W.duc, I'A
bchactcr A Co, Agents,
llrlt bklllengaber, Itlchards, I.Ucrpool, dun Nept'.'5-StJ
Haw bk Iolaul, (larrele, llrcmeu, due Oct 1-5, II, Hack-
llrlt etmr Anier llcail. Kopcr, ban I'r.inclsco, uncertain
rem ,v. v;o, rtgenis,
II. llackfcld ,t Co. Al-omI:
lion bk Uhlelayo, Orriano, Kew Castle. Js". h. W, ilue
II, llackfcld X Co, Agculs
m bk Kmcralil, Lord, l'ort Uamble, due Augl-5, 11.
llackfcld A, Co, Agents.
'or bk Iniacoe, Ncllsen, New Vnrk, due Oct 15-20
Castle ,t Cooke, Agents
llrlt 5 8 Hansa, baunders, hi Mlcbaclt, due Augi.7
llrlt 9 a Canton, ban L'rauctscu, due Aug HMD, Hack
feld iu Co. A cents
Am bktuo J A lalklnburi
irtr. 1 otbes,
ban 1'rauclsco. tor
Mabukoua. due JulvUWS. II
M H S Australia, Tufloh, Mdncy, due August -'Oth,
;, 11 11 11 10, .vgcnis
llackfcld X Co. Accnts
I'MHH Zealandla, Webber, San Francisco, due Aug r-,
Aui bktno Monitor, Kiuikc, Humbuldl, for Mahukoiu,
dan. II It 11 Co. Agents.
Ilir bk l'elho, Hongkong, blading June 15.
llrlt H a Sum, llodd, im 1'muUeco, due Aug 1 1, W t!
Irwin A; Co, Agcuts
a 8 City of Sydmy, Seabury.Couimandcr Left Sid
ney pilot July 131 li atil:SS p m; received Auckland pflot
Inlv lKth at Uil7pm; left Aucklaud pilot July 18th at
llilMp m; rccclvvd Honolulu jillol July Ulst alDiWatu.
Uark 1) C Murray enllid from ban fraucisco July 13.
first days had very light Hi; wind and calms, mak
ing but lWmllcas llien light variable winds. Sighted
Molokal August 1st, at 5n 111 j hotc to for a pilot at -:I5
P m Hie same day. Was In company with the bktne
Hlla 3 days.
Ilktne i:ila tailed from ban t'ratiOtco July 15; Urate
il) callus and light W winds; took tho trades In latVT,
ton Ml; from thenco moderate K winds tu port.
o'an rranclno Arrived July 10, PMbS Zcalandla,
Webber, hence July 3; July 11, Am hgtueConauclOi
Howard, hence June 15; July 17, Am bktne Kllkltat,
Cutler, hence Juno IS; July It, Am bk Cjnc, Hansen
A steam whaler iiamid thu Mary A IIclcu, owned by
Capt Win Lewis and others of New Ilrdford, was
Muuchcil ut Until, Mi', imJuly 1st. bhola InteiliUd
fur the Arctic uiuulcs. .tffo
'IhcAm bklMwardMay Is still in the hands tf the
ship, carpenters, one side uf her has been completed,
Mhe will soon bo out of the carpenters hands.
'Ihc Am bglnc W II Meier Is at the old Custom
House wharf, loading for ban Trauclsco for which pert
he will probably sail to-day,
The Am bk 1) C Murray is nt Ilrcwer A LVs wharf
discharging an unorted cargo from Man I'rmiclicu.
bhe will probably return to the Coast about Saturday
The Am bktne Hlla IsatHrcwir A. Co' a wharf dls
1 barging u general cargo from ban t'ritucleco.
'tho Am bk H I. l'ctteitgllt. is at the KapUnadt op.
I'oilte tho Cuitom llouao imclurgiiig n cargifef coal.
Tho Am I'gtnc Cousuclo Is at the foot of l'ort street,
discharging a general cargo from you l'cauclsco.
The Uennan bks Paradox and Adolph are at the Es
planade discharging their cargoes of coal.
The Am bk Calbarleu Is at tho Ksplauade opposite
the Custom Hours, loading for riau l'rrntlecu to tall In
a few days.
The 1'MSS ZeabiidU will be due from ban I'raiicleco
ibis p m with nine da) a later news.
The a ri Canton was to leave ban I'rand.co about
August 1st for this perl, aud may bo looked for the lit
ler part of next week.
The b MalUbar, at(an Haucltco. might touch
hrrecu route to Chlua.
from Windward Ports, per Llktllkc. July 30 Hon b
li Wilder, Cspt 0 C hwalu W II Coruwell, Dr V II Ku
dera.A II Sspeuccr. Jt It I'owlcr.J WUay.SPauderleua,
W 11 1'ullcr J Auld, W C Crook, J II llarnaud. Miss II
taller. V A llalley,.Mr II Young. Mrs K llslley and
ihild.C Lvhman aud wife, ltcvtrM lldo and wife
1'ioni S)dney aud AueVlvnd, per Cll) of bjduey, July
l-Mla A Buchanan, father lt)u.
I'or San rranrlieo, per I Ity of Sydtwy, July 31 C I,
Hough, Mrs l: ltobiou, II II Cluu". wife aud airvaut, J
II knell. A W Diiih, wlfu ai.d S children, Dr McCarlce,
wuc ana uauguicr ueo i,ucai, wire anu sou. r 1 i,cne
ban. i; lleiuinle, K A Morse, wife and S ehlldrtu.il I
didi, Mrs Usik
cs. u 11 iwa skins nur J v w
lUa ami wife J 0 Merrill, viifssudtf chtl
K j it c'yrMi. i it liicktrtou. a I U
C Lihmmu a
Kau, wife and 1 vhlldrui, Kohulalclc sud daughter, C
T tvuldion, J I Kcr. L 1'rench. W Boi(ul,T llollelt.
ui-iurri 1 1 iivig, va iviio auu fire, u iiorincil
wife and child, 11 Keuctlly, K Tarney
Vrom ban VrancUco, icr 11 U Murray. Auj t-0 A Von
Xutratul. Mrs .N O Murnby.8 I'rck, Win II Ncedhsru,
MUllUlUcNciMbjui.TYWalbi'lIc, W W Kilbuurnr!
T Iluawell. J .-in auger, A Mrliurl. W U llsgsu, M
McUarry, aud KJ Chiucse lu the slvmgc-
From t-4u t'raoclico. per Kill. Aui. e Mr M A
Schrssder aud it children, II II U rosui,v.lf aud child,
wne. .miss .11 r. iirmvu jii nccgau, Jirs vv 11 luilcr
and child, C A Ualle), Mrs VU Castle, C It Cooke, It
Nctter, Mrs Marrlcns aud child. V A bnreckels, Col
Wlihlngioii, W II I'tdlu.O Kcsalcr, Mr Messuriir. T
Sinclair. T Kirluos, JiwUi.J Hal. lead, J MtUlcucliy.
Mln i; Furduau. S llotttkauan.U Lew. M Cauutau. K
A llartnn. C Woodward. I)
I. McMillan, K A
Outhrle, J Kapkooee, J Evans
Trom Sn Franeltco, per Contnello Ana 2-A hmith
and C II Dickey.
1'rom San Franeltco per Calrnimnf, July 31st IW
Chinese, 0 women and 3 children. Mr Davidson, Mr
for llurrarda Inlit, per Adclla C arlion August let -Mrs
M 1' Ilralecn and eon
For Sanl'ranelsen. ner Wrn (t lrnln. AmrtJ I' I) A
Marnuez, A MrWaynet, It Undue lico Kceney, Mra
Bclslons, Miss Williams.
For Hongkong, per Cairn
and KM In transit
mini August -89 Chinese
From Auckland, per City of Sydney
f,H i, fi..
Oleghorn A.Co,2cailrapcry; J 3 Walker, 1 e drsperyj
ravior. 1 c ciiccisi iiacmeui
n, uui; ut jiiai
hndls sugar cane;
ivinr. c Fluent i ainic ii ix u. -, iiiiuig
T II Divles, I csaumery; Jiay a: in, w sks potatoes:
Mclntyre A Itro, Ifltke potatoes-, Macfarlanc A. Co.lSO
sks potatoes; Orlnbaum A Co, I c treasure; lrnln ACo,
1 c treasure
From BanFranelfeo.perCnlrnsmulr, Aiig.ll-Hlehop
A Co. 1 c books; Ilrit Kdncatlon,2e books; M Mclncr
nv.Mhtiannlcs! Wcnner A Co. I nktr silverware: 8a
prcmc Court, Sea stationery! Int Iiept, I es stationery)
Killers A Co, 3cs d goods; Lalnn A Co, 1-ipkg potatoes
and onion: llackfcld A Co, 1 pkg material! Ifrown A
rhlllipsi23 pkg hd ware, 1160 pkg to Chinese Brms,
From Departure Day, per I'cttlngall, Jnly 3t Allen A
uomnron, i-J'J ions ooai
From San Francisco, per II C Murray, Auk. t II t W,
Ipkemach; c r; nilllams.lscs nulsc; it r nicker-
ton, t Incubator; Davles A Co,2 pkg mdesci Castle A
Cooke. 1 pkB mdscj Han Ilros, lUfi pkt; croc; Mr III
moml. r) rntlft mlttlnf s l.cwLts A Cooke. 2JJ rolls mat
ting, Knjllnc A Co, lis) sks charcoal; Macfarlanc A Co,
lMrsbccr; r (fcrtr, 16 ca shocs;ASlnKcr,3"i8ksflonrt
! W Orrv. -J) nkerosln. Hi tiki? ihookii-. J W Itobert.
son ,t Co, V buills boards, 2 cs stationery: F. HotT
rlilspi-er A Co. l.M) nkir wlri 2 cs milsc: A Herbert. I
like furnltnrc. Holies A Co, sub ska flour, 25 pkc wheat!
M Melncrny. I celothliici Hchacfer A Co, ISSsks bar
fierce a.l.0, ijsks nneai; i.amc v ., ij sks
v: .1 s wa ker. bonis rruit ami tirod: A vv nusn.iis
Uiw? una iini
' Hush. HO
ker. 2cs cot-
kegroci (I l.ucas.iSf) bbls lime; ,1 U Tucker, 2 cs cot.
ions; Oat A Co, lUcs stationery
It 15 pkgmdctoChl-
From Han Francisco, pir Llla, Aug 2 A Herbert. 'J
pkg awnings; ai bgs potatoes; Hymnn llros. 35 pkg
mrtsci HolTschlaeger A Co, cottons; ralmer A Co, 2ts
stoppers; Wilder it Co, IB b.va glass! A InslMU guns!
Hrcsovlclt A Co, 35 cs fruits; ticcti'n Hospital, l ea
drngs; A Jacgcr.n cs clocks; Hall A Son, 23 kes pow
der; Urlevn A Co, 10 bndls paper; Mclnlyro A Dro, OH
pk"groc;T OThruin.opkgpress andmaterlsl; Castle
x Cooke, 23 pkg bdnare; T l.sek, 11 cs sewn; tnacb;
I'lillllps A Co, 101 cs mdsc: Orlnbaum A Co, Ft cs hoots
and shoes, lWrkg croc; rillllnglum ACo,2cs tinware,
'2 pkg hdwarc, 1 ptimp; Ilrcwer A Co, 272 bales hay, 2c
levels, 7 pkg grocs Mrs Schraedir, I dog. I goat Order.
22 pkg lndsc, and T pkg to addrcae
From Han Francisco, per CoiisikIii. August 3 J JI
Oat A Co, tipkgs rtatloncrs; Holllster A Co, I pkga
mdsc, 7J cs bottles; Davlcs A Co, 12 bbls charcoal
facings," pkg mdsc, I stoves. 3 pkga fixtures! Irwin A
Co, SOU ecs flour; tl V Wells, 22 pkg furniture; II J
Anew, ltsiblsbay. 150 sks feed: K O Hall A 8on, II
pkg hdwarc, 0 kg-r lead: McChesney A fllthcne, 10 bvs
ralelnsj Ilymau Uros, 10 pkg d goods: JnoNottACo.
33 pkgshdwaro and stoves; 8 Nott, VJ pkg hdwarc; C
II Jndd.DI sks bran, 31 bis hay, llcegroc; JTWntcr
bouse, K) bis hay, 123 sks bran.axi ska flour Hackfeld
A Co, 150 !i sks nour, W bbls limn, 25 bgs coffee, 8 c
rnlliN. " tilr onnpr; AW llllfih.SIl liklf proc: A J
earlwrlgiii. -apKg muicr; union i ctu to, ocu tacho
:'-' .-.-? ,----. -- ...--:-..- -. :? ;n.T -..",
feed, 100 bin hay
Irwin A Co, 12 pKg maeiilncry, uasuo ,v vook, imi sks
flour, 1 csd goods; UMacfarline A Co, 1 cs gasoline, 1
pc pipe, lea wine, 1 cs glas, 31 In bkgrowdcr, 8 cs
furniture. 231 ski barlcv.iOcs oil, CO bbls salmon, W
bbls beef, 219 s birlcy, 225 bbls lime, 2 horses, 208 ek
bono meal: J W llobertson,7pkp paper; T O Thrum,
I pkg mdsc; Ehlcrs A Co, 8 pkg furniture; W H Castle,
1 bundle: T It Foster, (ithlikcns, t Incubator; and ii
pkg to address.
for ban Francisco, per Clly of Hjdncy, July 31
I '."J lbs sugar,
:; 11,' A" J iua rice, im unens tunanas
Tor Hongkong, per Calrnsmnlr
August 3d-G pkga
sanuaiwoou. uom vaiuc j..
Tor Han 1'rauclsco, pcrWm0 Irwin, August 3rd
tlDlt lbi sugar, 76?-' j-Us molasses, HI buchs binanas.
l'gii Value JWJ; Dom Value J27.10ij.77.
COI(tiUAIlllCN-WlI.IILM-At Hllo, Hawaii, July
20ih, at the residence of tho bride's father, (Mr. O. W.
iiucimi Dy me jicv. t.. r. jiaKcr, .nr. n. 0. tomu'
DrSt or Toronto,
, Cn., to Miss .tore M. WiLiirLM, of
Till; rvATUnil.VY lMtr.Vi
I'ubllshed for tho bATonnvr rRtsi Association by
ItOBL'KT OHlIIVn & CO.,
Hook, Job and Ucnerol I'rlntert
Honolulu, II. I.
Notices vf any events of Interest transpiring on Ihc
other islands will always be thankfully received for
publication Correspondents are requested to append
their true names to all communications, not for publi
cation niccssarlly. hut us a guarantee that the writer
is actluginguod faith.
AOGUSM 0, 1862.
Too groat a tondoncy haB becu displayed in
the conduct of affairs of fiovcrnmont by Cabi
nets succeeding to power lo ignore tho actB of
ihcir picdcccasoru. And if any ono thing
will tend to dcltaet ft out thu geuoral confi
dcuco iu which official actB aro held, especially
abroad, il ih this vacillation of policy. In
cetlain inficqucnt casca of manifest malver
sation of oflico by those who havo prcccdod
tlio Administration in power, it is doubtless
their right aa well aa a duty owed to tho
country thuy ate serving to coiroct an far as
possible the errota committed by predecessors;
or even to impeach those wIiobo delinquencies
ate of ;i ualuro which calls for exlrcm meas
ures. Hut for a Cubinot in oflico lo simply do
uounco at wholesale, aud in unmeasured torma
tho conduct of thoso who hare gouo beforo,
is neither seemly in ilsclf, nor calculated to
heighten tho esteem iu which tho national
honor in held either at homo or abroad. Min
istcia who haro bo failed in tho performance
of tho duties of their oflico as to merit tho
condemnations that iu ceitaiu cases havo been
bestowed upon them, would if audi allega
tions wcro liuc, bo iu icality fit BtibjectH for
arraignment beforo a high Court of Inquiry
empowered to pasB upon their conduct; and u
fuiluro to airaigu iu such caaca can only jus
tify tho inferenco that the chargos aro un
founded, or that thoso cmpOworcd to act, aro
iu tiuth indisposed to do their duty iu tho
No considerations of porooual.or patty feel
ing, however, should over induco an Adtuiuis
l ration iu power to cipicsu their fcoliugs uf
disapprobation at tho conduct of their prede
cessors, by avoiding all such acta of theirs as
havo bound tho (iovomment to tho hilfttlmciit
of obligationa whero thitd parlios aro con
cerned. Let us inatanco the actiou of tho
prcsont Cabinot in regard lo tho immigration
of ToitugucBo. In accord with tho policy of
a preceding Admiulstratiou, a plenipotentiary
with credentials from this Government had
becu dispatched to tho Court of Lisbon, with
power, and for tho purpose, of negotiating
treaty with Portugal, with tho specific object
iu view, of encouraging immigration from Iho
dependencies of that couutry, tho prospective
continuation of which had been greatly eu
daugered. A satisfactory treaty had been
brought to a conclusion, uud an iucrcased ili
um of immtgrauta us a coiibotiucuco had been
looked upon us u piospect of tho uear future
Rut this schemo for tho lucroauo of immigra
tion, tho great desideratum of the couutry,
has already becu strangled by tho act of the
Cabinot uow iu power, to tlio ant detriment
of tho largest industry of Iho couutiy and in
what position aro wo placed by this act rela
tive lo tho country treating with u? Such
ou act, though not perhaps literally coutraveu
iug any stipulations of tho existing treaty,
will doubtless bo looked upon as ouo border
ing on hostility, or signifying a vacillation
I u')0" lU0 ,ml 01 "m "overniacu. incomiUlcat
' wi,lh ,u ,ltsuitry ""J om Wl'ieh " waJo
u juai vduso ui luiuru loiusais upon luo pari
of Portugal to favor us iu our time of ucod.
Well rccoguisod us is tho fact, that of all
immigrants heretofore introduced luto tho
Kingdom, few havo given ao great general
satisfaction us plantation laborers aa tho Por
tuguese, and that thoso euguged iu tho sugar
tiado wcro becoming confidently reliant ut tho
prospective perpetuity of this stream of im
migration, and looking thereon a mi all but
Goal solutiou of the loug perpWxed rpawtion
of an adequato labor supply, it can Bcarcoly
bo deemed less than an act inimical to tlio
6UCCC88 or tlio groalc.it of our industricu when
a Ministry, without any ostensible reason
steps forward with its inaudato lo ecaso fur
ther importations. Is it no violation of na
tional honor that a schemo already working to
the satisfaction of thoso engaged in a great
nduatry should thus bo thwarted, especially
when a friendly and fostering caro has been
promised by tho Government.
Tlio only explanation that can bo imagined
of tlio conduct of tlio Government in tho mat
ter of Portuguese immigration arc cither that
it waa an act of piquo at tho successful over
tures of a preceding Administration, to which
tho one in power has assumed an attitude of
uncompromising hostility; or that tlio superi
ority of KaBt Indian people as immigants had
bcou so fully rccoguiscd by thorn, as to justify
any hazard, though it should iuvolvo tho pos
sibility of "losing tho substance in grasping
at tho shadow."
Again, tolalito to tho engagement of Dr.
McCarloo as Chinese Translator, this Govern
ment has acted in a way that soriously alTnets
its honor; and tho rolianco onco placed in its
disposition and ability lo nbido by its con
tracts, must as a contcqucnco bo Bhakcn if liko
actions arc to beconio common. Tho piovions
Administrations, recognising tho urgont need
of a responsible man as a medium for icliablo
communication between the Govcrnmcut and
tho Chinese, who havo becomo ao numerous
aud poweiful a faction in our midst, hit upon
Doctor McCarlco ub olio fitted for tho sorvicc.
Ho was sent for and piomiucd by tho Govorn
mout, rocular employment at a liboral salary,
instead of which, upon his antral hero tho
paltry sum of $'-',000 per annum, at tho sug
gestion of tho now .Ministry, was voted by tho
Legislature aa an equivalent for his sorvicos.
This, aa might havo been expected, was do-
clincd; aud the gentleman with hia family re
turned homo by tho laal out-going Bteamor
perhaps with no clovatcd conception of our
Btandard of natioual honor. Tho asHortiou of
Mr. Gibson beforo Iho Assembly, that, owing
to Doctor McCarteo's delicate health finding
hero "a mild aud Balubn'oua climo," the terms
offend by the Government icoultl he acceptable to
him, ia Bingulatly at varianco witli the infer
ence to bo drawn from tho fact of his depart
ure. AVo aro also informed that Dr. McCarlco
was iu anything but dclicato health; aud that
ho had bcou promised a ualary adequate to tho
maintenance of himself aud family in a posi
tion consistent with hia social status, ho hav
ing occupied consular, aud other positions of
honor in tho acrvico of tho United States,
China aud Japan.
lu thia. matter wo can aco nothiug to oitcn
uato the conduct or tho Ministry, seeing that
the Legislature paBscd without diascul tho
amount asked for by them. Knowing tho fre
quency with which Cabinets aro mado and
unmado iu this Kingdom, ub a conscrpuonco of
such acts aa thoso, porsons abroad may bo in
duced to look witli suspicion upon Govern
ment contracts or promises of aid, which de
pend for thoir fulfillment upon tho question of
tho national word aud honor.
Not less apparent is tho tendency ou tho
part of Hawaiian Cabinets to ignore in many
othor waya tho actions of thoir predecessors
in matters mora immediately couuectod with in
ternal affairs; aud unfinished work originating
with ono Cabiuctis loooftcn suspended through
tho nicro caprice or ill will of another, regard
less iu many instances of tho question of
utility. In this way mauj material impiove
montB iu tho public works haro been aboited.
Schcmca wore long sinco laid for tho incrcaao
and purification of tho wator supply of Hon
olulu, which, owiug to tho frequency of
chaugcB iu tho Administration have bocti
allowed to fail, aud years havo passed away
without auy evidence of ueoded improvemout
in this particular. So loo has tho only sensi
ble aud truly philanthropic policy iu logard
to tho protection of tho population from tho
spread of leproay, been virtually abandoned
iu dofcrenco to tho cry of tho more ignorant
of tho population against segregation, whilo
overy sensible man can bco ouly a bad harvest
Many ato tho other instances that could bo
mentioned; but wo sco no necessity for going
furthor into dolails.
Ill its isauo of tho 20th ult., tho P. (J. A.
contains an editorial burdened with an attempt
to justify tho lavish cxpendituics of public
money which has bcou voted at the suggestion
of tho Ministry, which for its utter disregard
of truth, aud for its glaring inconsistencies
has uovor (excepting in tho name paper and
under its present management) bcou equaled
in tho litoraturo of thia couutry. It tuUBt bo
cither meto bravado, or a recognition of tho
fact that such a Cabinet us wo now havo can
never, in tho nature of tilings, hold together
long that would induce any journal to publish
that which none who aro endowed with ouli
nary common souso could by any possibility
bo induced to bcliovo. To talk of self respect
with men who could pen such cditoral articles
aa cmhollisli tho P. (.', A. of Saturday last
would bo but lo put into literal eflccl tho
throwing or pearls beforo awinc.
Long previous to hia desertion of the edito
rial chair, tlio now Minister of Foreign Affairs
had shown bis icadiuesa to compromise him
self iu tuattcta of public intetest Iu proportion
as subsidioa uud tho pruspoct uf ofliciul pre
ferment iocmed to indicate it expedient, aud
it would Bcem that at hia retirement ho had
bequeathed as a legacy to his Bucceaaora tho
peculiar qualitica for which ho haa becomo
distinguished, and to tho iniieiuittiiig excrciso
of which he owes his clovatiou to-day. Hut
tho remarkable coincidence aud eimilatily uf
ideas contained in tho cditotiala of tho P. 0, A,
aud those expressed beforo tho Legislature by
Miuibtor Gibaon havo been sufficient to catab
lish a doubt aa lo hia withdrawal front tho
oditorial management of that paper us previ
ously adveitisod. Though its readers should
bo aa blind us Isaac thoy must still rccoguuo
tbo voico of Jacob, Who but u Jacob would
urgo bo hard to retain hia illgvtlcu pottage.
Wc ato told by tho urgiii of tho Primato that
" it is to bo admitted without hesitation that
tho appropriations nude thia Session whou
compared with thoso of former yeurs look
largo," and then wo ato treated to tho asser
tion that " theso largo approptialiousJ' aro for
tho foreigner and uot for tbe native, Huuda
aud bridges constructed aud'repaired ut a bleu
nial expenao of $262,000, aio for tho exclusive
use of foreigners i natives do not uo them,
but still they aro taxed to keep than iu repair;
9100,000 ia devoted to the coustmctiou of
"landings, wharves uud other mariuo works "f
for the uso of foreigners, natives being com
ptllcd to swim ashore from vessels and Uud
. mf .i
ou the rocks: "and so on through every pago of
tho appropriation bill." Hut thoso Items and
all others of any importance havo bcou passed
upon cither at tho instigation, or tinder tho
sanction of a Ministry tbo head of which was
recently proachiug his gtoat love of the nativo
lace, Bhcdding tears over their dowiutroddcn
condition, and holding himself up as tho David
who would save Ilium from tho 1'hilistiuci).
Alast for the bitter ingratitudo of foreigners.
And, alasl alasl for tho misplaced "confi
dence" of tho natives, who find their David
turned to a very Judas. Such a confession
should bring tho blush of eliamo, and It Is only
a brazen check that could withstand its color
ing, for it is clearly tho acknowledgment of
ono of two things cither lying or treachery.
Is il any wonder (hat to such men should be
exclusively left tho task of sounding their own
praise, or that a regard for truth should in
no wise interfere with tho perpetual din Ihoy
would mako in their own behalf,
"That his Miuislcia haro the confidcuco of
His Majesty goes without saying, since Ihoy
wcro accepted and appointed by himself so
says tho oryan. Accoiding lo Ihis, the ap
pointment of Ministers is prima fnciiv evi
dence of His Majesty's confidence; and as a
corollary, their removal from olTico an evidence
of his want of confidence. Tho frequency
with which Ministries havo been changed
during tlio yum-nt icigii must then bo mi in
dex To tbo' varying nature of tho Itoyal pleas
ure, tho contemplation of which we should
think not very genial to Ihc dreama of per
petuity, said to Ilea 8 the couch of tlio Premier.
"Tho niaaB of tho people, Loth of nativo and
aud foreign birth, are of liko mind with their
representatives in tho Lcgiulaturc;"ir bo,
they will never fail lu nod rcspousiro to (ho
Itoyal beck in matters between the throtio mid
its Cabinet; and when their losiguation is
called for, tho amen will bo loud indeed.
Tho latest news from Egypt repoi Is that
couutiy to bo iu tho condition in which it was
predicted alio would find herself. The English
fleet havo bombarded Alexandria and destroyed
her Btrong and bravely-defended fortifications
aud loft the country iu a ttato of anarchy,
which witl most probably continue until tho
English foiccs rcatoro eider 011 laud. Tho
European and American governments support
England's course, and detachments of sailors
aud maiiucs from several of tho ilecta befoto
Alexandria assisted her own after tho bom
bardment in patrolling the atrccta anil lcslor
iug order. Whero public opinion, n ml paiticu-
larly tho opiuiona of European Governments,
tuo so unanimous, il would naturally bo in
ferred that Iho fault lies witli tho Egyptian
Tho primary cause was debt, incuned by
borrowing money to expend 011 uboIcbb extra v
aganecB that could yield no return to tho pub
lic trcaaury. Entorptiao waa taxed out of cx
iatcueo to-pay for tho many palaces and olhor
costly wbiuiB of tho Khedive. Egypt's de
preciated bonds wcro held abroad and English
aud French officials wcro appointed to collect
tho taxes and expend tho uiouics of tlio Gov
ernment. An improvement iu tho country's
financial condition waa speedily noticcablo; but
at thia timo thcro uroso a "Young Egypt"
party wilh Arabi Pauha at ita head, whoso
motto is "Egypt for tho Egyptiana," and by
thoir luiHtaVGU policy the country has been
brought to tho brink of ruin.
Iu bouio particulaia there ia a sinking re
scmblanco between the lcccnt 1'gyptiau aud
tho present Hawaiian situation. Thcio is Iho
sauio uscIcbs expeudituro of money for pur
poses that will yield no return. Although the
oxpenditurca of tho Khcdivo reach many mil
lions whilo ourfl arc counted ouly by thousands,
it must bo louio iu mind that Ihc population
outnumbers ours ouo bundled to 01:0. Avast
sum haa been squandered 011 palaces in
Egypt. Multiply tho coat (when .completed)
of tho palaco being elected iu Honolulu, and
of many horns iu tho Appropriation Dill, by
ouo hundred and it will bo bcou how nearly wo
approach Egypt's couditiou. That couutry
has also expended a considerable sum 011 sol
diers aud fortifications; but what did il avail
them when thoy came to trial. Wo havo also a
"Young Hawaii" party hero not tiuliko tho
"Young Egypt" paity. Tho oigan of tho
present Government denies "that thoto ia any
parity between tho bort owing of monoy by a
constitutionally governed country, with tlio du
liborato sanction of ilaLegiBlatutc, for import
ant purposes etc., uud tho raising of
loans by a despotic aoveroign, to bo spent iu a
reckless and wasteful way." If monoy la to
bo squaudcicd wo do uot bco what difleronco it
makca to the tax-payer whofher a Khcdivo or
an elected Legislatuio cause thu indebtedness;
the result is theaamo. Hawaii has im examplo
bcl'010 her aud if she pursues her cottiao ao far
aa to rcquiio foreign interference, tho icault
will bo tho same aa ut Alexandria, notwith
standing tho improved orduauco from Austria.
THE ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND.
Among the numoious aud bouutiful appro
priations mado by tho Legislature, very few
of which arc of the slightest bouefit to tho tax
payers, ia ouo which leads aa follows;
"Hands, Flags and Salules, $33,305." Wo
would respectfully call attention to tho item,
"baud, flags aud oalutcs " tor which tho
above aum ia set upait. Flags aro a compara
tively inexpensive luxury; salutes, if
reasouably indulged iu, uotd not bankrupt tho
uatiou nor uccd thoy eat very far into the
833,305. What ia tu bo douo with tho
remaiudor? for tho appropriation, bo good
ouough to remcmliei', ia $33,3G3.
Can it bo that tho Itoyal Hawaiian Hand ia
at last lo bo royally provided for ? Thu Baud
is ouo of tho features of tho Kingdom ; it has
distinguished jlsolf 011 many occasions, when,
without its aid, tho c.vereiaeu would havo
fallen flat indeed. It discourses sweeter
music Ihan your orduauco; it ia moro inspirit
ing than much bunting. I'ul it lo vote and
we believe that tlio tax payers, who support
tho Kingdom, would ten to ouo prefer tho
Hand to tho bang of tho cannon. Under theso
circumstances wo do nut think that the tax
paycra would begrudge tho Hand tho major
portion uf tho 433,305. Unfortunately for tho
Baud uud for tho tax payers, and Emma
Square on Saturday afternoon uud moonlight
uighU aud for tho Monday evenings ut tho
Hotel, tho Daud is loft out in the cold.
We cannot indulge in spirited dancing with
out appropiiato music; whero thcro ia uo ouo
to " pay tho piper " tho ball is not likely to go
oil. Tho (ax payers havo loug enough boruo
their cross without complaiuiug. Tho baud
boys havo douo their butt theso mauy years;
the pittance which was granted theut when
thoy were bsgiuuers is by uo means adequate
to tho amount and the excellence- of the labor
which is now required of thorn. Some of
them, tho solo performers who havo had ten
3 cars experience and could command a fair
salary clsowhere, havo asked Tor it alight in
crcaBo aud it has thus far been douicd them.
Tho cotiBcqucuco is "that for the picscul wo
aro not likely to havo much music and it is
probabto that if tho $33,3G5 caunot bo fairly
divided between tho ealnlca and tho Hags and
tho Baud, wo shall loso Mr. Dcrgcr himsolf,
without whoso invaluablo services tho music
of tho ftiluro will materially dcgcncralc.
FIGURES THAT CAN LIE.
If cheating is pcrmissablo under any cir
cumstances perhaps Bophistiy is tho least
discreditable method that can bo employed,
A logical lio commands a certain amount of
respect even from llioso who ato not deceived
by it, for logic is deemed tcapcctablo though
it may bu turned to Iho meanest uses. Hut
what shall wo Bay of 0110 who will deliberate
ly cheat ut figures ? Such an one must bo
familiar with ovcry bpteics of deception,
I'ructicc haB made him bold and his nucccss
encourages him iu tho belief that all men aro
either knavos or fools, to bo defeated at their
own game, or to bo at onco driven to silent
and bloodless surrender.
Tlio A'. ''. Chronicle has mado another state
ment that looks plausible enough to bo
accepted without question by tho gravest of
thinkers. 11 is a plain statement of what
purpoilu in bo facts concerning tho ltccipro
cityTicnty, and of tho thutumuds who may
havo lead it few havo had Iho means of
dispioving it. Whuro thu Chronicle got its
figures wo do not know : when It stales that
tho U. S. Troaatiry Department ia sponsible
for them it docs uot follow that that Department
is iu tho least degroo lcspousihlo for them; on
tho contrary it i'h far moro likely that tho
Chronicle is responsible for every statement
which it makes, especially if tho statement
icfers to Reciprocity, or Hawaiian Sugur, or
anything clso that relates io theso Islands.
Iu a lcccnt isauo wo find tho following;
" Thoy (tlio House Committee mi Commcrco)
furthermore know that tlio licaty haa uttcily
failed of thu object for which on our pat t it was
consented tu, namely, a vast enlargement of
our trade witli tho islands," to substantial
which it makes tho following alatomcntB.
"(t.) That in the year 1880 and 1881 Iho
looa of duties by thia licaty amounted lo
(2.) That our domestic cxpoits to Hawaii
for thoso years wcro of tho value of no more
than Si, 080,050."
These aio tho figuica tho Chronicle paiadcs,
knowing that low, if any, will tako tho troub
le to verify or disprove thorn ; aud those who
aro interested in getting at tho tiulli of the
matter know uot whero to look for pioof.
Tho facts aro at hand ; thoy aro iu print and
can bu had for tho asking ; but au llioso facts
aro certain novcr to reach tho public through
tho columns of tho papor lofcricd to, wo sub
join them for tho benefit of those whom Ihoy
L'ree by Treaty Imports from U. S. IsiO 2,a."6,M7
Duty and Bonded Goods " " " 011,070
Frco by Treaty Imports " " Oil 2,040,577
Duty and Uoudcd Ooods " " " DM,151
Total Imports for ISiO and lfcSl .V'lW
It haa been said that figuioa cannot lio ; but
this wau beforo tho ft. 1 Chronicle wna
The Nativo Press.
(''01 the Kuokoa, Julysi, lti;.
Ono of the misfortunes that hangs over us at
tho present tlmo comes f rum tho disbursements of
tho Govcrnitionl. It is uot merely tho unduo pro
portions of tho Appropriation Dill, which tho Leg
islature is now passing, but tho wanton inercaso
of items which aro of no earthly good to tho people
or tho Government. Iu this respect, we aru going
a very different road fropi that hitherto trod.
.Spending tho monoy of tho ixoplo for things that
do uot profit tho people ami do not aid tho wholo
population, is a great crime, aud not a crimo ouly,
it is also a cause for thoughtful pcoplo lo woudor
at whou thov cousidor theso thlngn. As wo havo
said boforo, tho wealth of tho Govornmout ia for
tho bcuo&t of tho pcoplo and not for tho bouefit of
any uuo individual, or of any ono class, but for Iho
benefit of all pcoplo comnribod iu tho Kingdom.
Thoso who tiro appointed for managing and dis
tributing theso revenues aro slowarda of tho coun
try, and thoy nro responsible for thoir ucts.
Oar present Legislature discards this idea aud ucla
ns if it was tho nolo owner of all this wealth. There
aro, however, n fow Houorables left iu thu House, 11
Horo is another misfortune hanging uvor thia
land; thoraco antagonism that is springing up,
and that is being fostered by thoso who boar tho
Hawaiian pcoplo uo good will. Much talk has
boon board that tho interests of tho foroigu and
the nativo Hawaiian aro antagonistic, aud this
thought has bcon thrust luto tbo minds of tho ig
norant. This mistaken Idea has been circulated
ou all sides, aud it has pouotrated all classes. Ac
cording to the talk of some pcoplo, tho Hawaiian
is not cslooroeil according to hia iutrinsio charac
ter, hia knowlodgo, skill, integrity aud freedom
from trickory, but ho is rated purely according to
his color, wo aro sorry to bco such assertions aa
this appear, because tho good of tho raco aud of
tho laud will uot bo advanced by such thoughts as
this. At tho samo timo, wo kuow it ia tho foreign
era who havo introduced and spread great ovils in
thia laud, but not all of them. Tho majority of
tho foreigners now living here uro friends to tho
original raco of this land aud lo tho ludcpondonco
of this Govcrmnout.
That thoso who uro appointed lo Government
positions should bodependonts and haucorsou for
food (hoopilimoaai) ia ouo of tho spent evils of our
timo. Mon aro open to bribes. It is said thoro is
nothing which caiuiot bo accomplished by the uso
of monoy. Tho position of thoughtful independ
enco and integrity is sacrificed for bribes. It Is
curroutly re ported iu this towu that thoroto of the
Legislature Ting been bought on oertain questions
that camo boforo it daring tho past session. It is
said that tho Legislature, or a certain uumbor of
ita Members, havo accepted bribes; thoy havo sold
out tho Indopendeuco of their voto for gifts. Wo
do not nfllrni this to bo truo. Wo do uot kuow
whother this nssortiou is truo or (also. 13 ut norao
persons talk as If they siuceroly beliovod iu the
truth of tUls assertion. Whence comes this report?
Whence theso rumors ? What will bu tho end of
this notion, If trno ?
From tho Ao Jlauvll I'ut .Una, July 29, 1882.
The Oibiset. What is tbo niattsr wilh our ex
ccutlvo power. It gives us sorrow now to exhibit
tho utterly absurd lengths of folly to which thoy
havo rtono; aud that their oondact of tho Govern
ment Is awkward and really foolish. Thsro uro
many other things wo havo to say about them re
garding thoir acts, which show that they are not
to bo depended upon cither as individuals or ns a
Iu rejard to ouo of their uukind, heartless
uctiona which produce a f actiou fu tho government
wa can lift up our voice, denouncing tho oxtrcmo
folly of their advisiug tho ltiug to mako over to
Mr. HprcckcU). tho millionaire of tho plains of
Kamaoiuao, tho wholo Ahupuui of Wallakui
their loading tho legislators over to tbo resi
dence uf a certain Cabinet Minister, whero a cer
tain number of tho members garo thoir piedgo to
aid iu performing this mischievous plcoo of busi
ueaa. Aud In this co-operatiou thoy took to them
selves work which belonged to tho Courts alone,
whether Keeliokulani had a truo titlo to the crown
lauds or uot. liy this actiou tho legislature has
indicated Its lack of confldenco iu tbo Supreme
Court. Uf theso powers ouo is in opnoaitloa. Ia
this wise? Duoi this coutnbuto to too peaoo of
the Kingdom? No, aud by this mistaken actiou of
theirs they haro beguu to wrest from its idaco a
corner stouo from the buttress which Karueba
rachu V aud his wiao Cubiuct, uud far sighted
Supremo Court, erected that tbo Oorcruuisnt of
Hawaii might bo secure aud pixwpeigsu; and that
thcao Meanings should all bo (bet to the crowu.- JJy
this ouo affair is mado evldsat tbo weakness unit
roal flabbiucas of our Cabinet, whilst thoy bend
their knees submifinively before tbo nmu whu
tunkorf this demand. Wo aro very sorry that tho
majority of our chosen representatives should
basely follow tbo miaeblevous leadership of theso
uicu; that each of them should, iu violation of
bis oath, go after these f also guides.
Wa hare ouly two thoughts to offer briefly un
this point. I, It Is eminently propst lo ofer this
suggestion to tbo nation that it khoald uot trust
greatly lu tba present Cabinet. ?. TUe Bstirtma
Coon of this Government has th poww to dsetero
Its opinion lu reard to this act wbib has recent
ly beam passed by tbo lisgiilstBW. TUs body
alouo pnisisssns au authority swuuior to tuat of
tba oUaN two.
Rroioi vs. Jfamomo.-It sickwis out, and at
the satno tlmo rouses suspicion and Astonishment '
to turn back and eomparo the pant utterances of ;
our present l'romlcr with liU present arguments
as icnaor 01 1110 tnuinct. no was ncrcciy icalons
in rcRiuil to rinno.1, icat it no leased (or novcti
years In order to pain tho lleclproclty Treaty, but
when it comes to glvhiR away land on tho lnlnn
of Kamnomao, fertile acres of crcat ralao, bin
voico la mlcnt, hii wits aro obscured and Inn gen
crous liniuli tinlo lo rIvo nway lids land for
Docs not the remembrance of tho doilies nt
Talawal on LniiM still live in the memory of this
lana 1 If yon still recollect llioso tilings, now ioiik
will yon wait beforo von riso tip ami call out to J
l,l,,i , rill, n l,l !,. .l,,l lAncn llm iiiniinnr. '
him with n Inml vnlrn. Blon I Jicaro tho innnncc
mcnlofotir OoTrnmciit, let Iho hniuH of a truo
patriot rnlo Hawaii and not tho ono vvho seeks ti
piny the traitor tu our country niut our imtlon. Is
Hawaii to bo unveil by ono who h leckoned of thu
family of Judas Incariot of old ? No. In Iho linmo
of tlio nation, ami ns a lintiro Hawaiian, wo bru uf
our oountrvincii lo ntcmllo tor-other iu 1111 order
ly law-nbidlim way at their cuntomary plrtcos of
ashcmbly lu tho dllTcrcul districts and pnsi indig
nant resolutions to expel him from tho promicr
Bhip of tho Government, because he lmi boon
neighed aud found wanting. Uwl save Hawaii I
From tho reply of thai bantling, tho iMity .lifi 'r
li$cr ir.ltlti I'lika I.a) of last Bnlnnliiv. wo iicrceivo
lir.rmr 10 the u.uly Anvr.nTiHui, (i;uxk.
it ii a lish wo havo caught uu our hook, n wrig.
RUHR lo ouoRklo niul another, scekltiR to ifcaik)
tromour barb wliicli took n Ilrm lioliins wncnnt
il : a honk stuck clean ui) tu the (draft. You can't
cscapo from it little ouo ; thta Is n cimuiucjly inailo
hook of Iho fisherman who has become an ndcpl
In dcop sea Mailing.
This fellow tried to tmiku out thai our talk waa
all " rubblfdi." lint Mint vvnmi't tho wnv to drown
nttcrancos which flomulod tho koynolo ho truly nH
Aiimkca English School nt Kohnln.
'J ho animal oihibiliou of tho Aiuakea Impish
School wa'i huld lu tho Hawaiian Chinch, I'riilay,
July 28th. 'J'ho largo church wna well filled with
risitura.tho foreigners uf tlio district being well
represented. An Immense bUiko had been erected
a.-nwi tbo front of tho church, upon which Iho
pupils stood when reciting, Binglnu orftpcahiuit 11
wan a goudly Bight, tu bco gathered upon this plat
form over ouo hundred bright looking children, all
enrofully arrnugod neeurdiug lo b!o, tho smallcbl
lu front and tho largest bohfiul, bo that almost
ovcry faco could bo seen. During the singing of
several songs, tlio wholo school wcro on thu plat
form, nml fairly mado tho room ring with llicirlond
This school durini' tho nasi vear lias Lieu divided
luto three grnilcH, Sir. ii. N. Dyor, tho principal,
being teacher of tlio first grade, Alias U.IJ. Turner,
of tho second, ami JIlss I,. M. Mauross, of tho
third. Classes were hoard iu all tho branches
studied during tho your, ami all recited well.
Theso recitations must havo impressed nil present
as being a fair aud honest exhibition of what the
pupils hiul learned iu tho school. And ouo could
cattily tell who wcro tho bright ami who wcro the
dull scholars. Whou wo remember that thia is tho
first year uf tho school under tho graded system,
also of tho tcachors lu tho second nud third grades,
and that most of tho pupils understood but littloor
uo English at tho beginning of tho year, tho exam
inations wcro certainly remarkable
Tho exercises woro varied by Hinging aud decla
mations. Tho declamations wcro mostly by tho
smaller boys, and vvcto roudorcd with 1111 onrncst
ncsB of maimor tint mado you feel they meant
ovory woul thoy said. Tho dtiuib-bcll exoroiso at
thu closo was a fino exhibition; tho movoiuout was
easy and In porfcel time; tho wholo class moved
as ono person.
luo oxuimtioii tiirouguoui was praisoworiuy.
Groat orcdit is duo theso faithful teaclicrH for what
they havo accomplished. One who has uovor tried
it, Knows but littlo of the dilUcultios to bo met iu
tho manneemciit of .such 11 school, nud but few aru
ablo to appieciato tlio Bclf-Bacrlflcingpiiticnt, pcr
BCToriug toil of a successful lonelier in a school of
this hind. Tlieso teachers havo a heart interest iu
thclr.work and in tho pupils, henco their success.
It pays to have mich teneherrt in our schools rrnyH
at any price anil it does nut pay to havo liny other
kind, uu matter how low tho salary paid. Tho sal
aries of teachers iu this Kingdom are much too
small. First class teachers aro uocded hero if they
aro needed anywhere That wo havo bouio such on
tho islands wo knuw,aud thoy should bo well paid,
nud othorfl induced ;io eomo by thu consideration
that thoy can earn as high wagos hero uh oluo
wliore. Wo aro pruud of our Kulmlii Hchools uf our
Seminary for Girls and of Aiuakea English School.
Mny thcro bo many liko them iu other parts of tho
Kingdom! O. H. H.
Koiula, July IS, IB8-J.
CG Dr. Whitney's Dental Ilooros Hill bo closed from
TUESDAY, AUGUST lSlli, UXT1I, 3IONDAY, SEPT.
L.ulk'3 uud (iintlcuicii visiting faun 1'ianclsco Mill
llnd very dcslrxblu l'lirnlslicd Itooms Kn Knit nud bin
gliatlvo. 137 Jlontgoinory SI I'urni-r TtiiSli. Mlt
T. HONl'.Y, formerly of Honolulu. W
-J. M. WlIITX15Yti J)KNTV.C,
KOOMSmIII be closed froui Tncrilny. Auc. 15th
nmu jiomi.iy. r?cii. isi. mi-i
To Depositors in Bishop & Company's
OX AJS'JJ A hvmz 1 1 S 151 'l'. J ;n J5XT,
after date, the r.ito of Interest ullonid uu deposits
will lie reduced lotlrof 5 ) percent, per minimi.
Aug. 1st, lfr-'. (101 II 1)17 It) IllSIIOl'JeCO.
AVU MX I SUED SI-NUM'. KOOM
Collate, uultublo for one or tun nprEiin.eiirni.i-iir
KHi" ami Alalia! streets. Kiiiiiilrcoti the promise", or
(iw Uu) J. i:. WI3E.MAX.
A11SKKC15 I'1 11031
XJ lids Klnedom, Mr. GEO. E
me under full power of iittoniey.
HOWE Mill net for
SST h'int UMi VutkUln Hutu lomtthlng utwrom
$10 foS-1 ilarlwj (he Inxeiitory Sate at the Ilo.iui.uur
Clotiuku I.'Mi-or.iUM. A. M. JIellis, l'ort St.
1? V. JAICK, 05 SIKHCHANT'fci
U Excliansc Isllic only nutliorlzcd Aseut of the
I'nrsi In Han tranclsco. The SATeniuv riuii can
ahvsus bo set. 11 on Hie In his olllco. lj
srto ladlfi' )'htt iaieii tfackifioni 81.30 i;i tcitl
be told ut the tnrtnlonj idle of A. Jf, 1MIU.101 foil
SST J'tmhtt, JVnffo anil Nllkt icllt be solif af
iffttif prtcti during the next thirty i!ajt at .1. J. Jfff
HONG QUOX, 1IK15 CHONG KCAX
of Hunofaln snd Cliconc I.an ami Clianj! Wo In
of Canton, China, comprise tlio nrm of Yum Chons Jfc
,," 'ipiunimsiiiess ni no. ai ivlnc street, Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, Hon? Ouon and UroOlions .iiran
Mill al7u for llm firm.
Honolulu, July l'J, 1
luii.v uuuau A, uu.
J. been annolnted brthu Hon. A. H. .Inrtil (!hlf .!.,..
tleo of tlio Huprcmo Court, as administrator of tho
estate of Opumomona, (w,) of Hoiiolalu, Oohn, ilcccas
edi Intestate, therefore- all persons ludcbted to said
salare arc htrebr notified to make linineillate t,nv,Mni ,
and those having claims against taldrstato tu present
the same, duly verified, l'arttca possessing any prop
erty of the deceased must return the aame 10 m at luy
office, No, 5 llcthel street. W. L. 1IOLOKA1IIKI,
Administrator Estate of Opumomona
Honolulu. Oahn. July -ilth, HW,'. ' 1UJ 1 in
IIAVINft OX NEYKMAI. SUS'A
f ! I HI
alous Riven tbe public evidence of hi
thorough competence in TUtHMC MB
I sa ions f ipcrlcncc. Jlr. IMIaMSA HeatKNtRANTZ
desires loalaip that he has received excellent fall
. ,u.i ."Jidmaati-r ofltoyal Hannllan Hand.
In addition iu Iho evidence I liavs given of my ability
III Inning, I wish also to acquaint the public-In tbr.
sameniaiintror ray capability In giving LEUM1 IM
unril lis iktrsuiiaraitai tuicr r.J: Ti.;.T??H' '
Zrr ttt ""wn.fcwiiia, prviy. im m iiiuav s'
I'luiiu ..uiojiiaii U11IUUU3. A II
few advanced pupils
win ue taken lor inalructloii
Address, IHIDOlt KObENCUANTZ
Thrum's Poit hi more, or Palmer's Drup
INVESTMENT to AGENCY CO.,
tio.i;v i.uAaii;t ox riBh)Ti.An.H nk
vil I.UJtai.ti SJ.U riHKT-t'l.ASv-H HI
. ruilltes, for long or short periods. Apply lo
, r l..(lllKt!N,JlaBafiejrifoal.
IccCjueen hl..ovtrli.W.Mcfarlana:Co. It If
KXTftA PRIMS PORK,
JS AItKLH; TSXTItA FAMILY
X Beef, Inhslf barrtlu Calks Dunce's llaoia, Cans
Ksitcrn Hscon, C'asr t'allforula Clieesc, Cases fair.
&.: hiSiii" s V ,u ".' Ii"1' i ll this da-, per
W.U. IKWI.V, sod for ssle by -tr"
W ROLLXK CO.
17:7, 777777,, "77.V - -,77:, " "
Nl - W TIIKK Nil HIINIIIIIIII IIKHll
'u" I Mill! nilW llUIIUlUkW WMIbWI
H, .CROSSMAN l InO'J.,
the Nen York AUCN'TS of this
l'OIM'lvlt mm; will dispatch a
llrstel.vi o-scl lor this port the
last of October
parties wishing In ship by thl Line, will do well lo
I"1,'!, 'ArJr ""J"" ' ' n"1 Steamer to Insure their
IV" I'releTit taken nl l.oUrst llatrj.
mijbii ( ASTM! A CHOKE. Agents.
, tl' 1'avo.tlti .Mneilean llarK
aSBGS&- .II.NKh, Ms-icr,
Will have ttuicl: Dispatch, for thenbovoPort
Tor freight or parsj;e apply In
Illlt 101 J. H HAHI'I'.lt A ( o Agent,
VO 11 S A N F.RA NO I SCO.
- im -vi American uricmitltic
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
for frctcht or passage apply to
101 817 II W M.UTAW.ANf. A. CO
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
017 101 l' IlIinWTIJI ACO , ArchIs,
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE
(.. IfllKWi: ACO. Wild, UlBPATCII Till:
Mr BARK AMY TURNER,
Fioni l.usluii.Oet. 15Ui,irSiiHlciiil
ORDERS SHOLD GO FORWARD EARLY,
-to issum: aiiii'.Mi:NT. -r
l'or further particular, apply to
101 f.I7 C. llUUWfilt Jt, CO
For San Francisco.
The l'lnc Amerlcim llrlg
, jw u u e v e n 11
w n. its a& cn,'
W 111 have Quick Dispatch for tho abovo Port
I'or 1'rclKlit and Passage Apply In,
jm c iiui:wi:it a Co.. Agcnt.
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
STEAMER " SUEZ,"
Will leave Sun Fruiiciscu For Mono
lulu Hie (Uh (luy ol'oncli moiitli,
llcltirnliiy fioni Honolulu onllu''Jil DAY
of encli month.
i?uu 1'r.incircu Agents, J. 1). Sl'ltKOKKLH ,t UllOH.,
"Wf .MurUct hired.
II0110I11I11 Agents, W. O. I11W1N Jt Co. IM UU
MA VI' i:i;.
tileainir l.lketlkc will lenve llnnolulii each Tuesday
nt Ir. .i., touching nt I.nhnlnn, Jluulueu lint JInkcnn,
.Mnltukoiia, Kavvalhae. Lnupnhoclioo nml Illlo.
Iteturnlng will touch at nil tlicidrorc ports, arriving
ut Honolulu encli Biinilay a. m.
CO- No CrvilH lor l'mi-muc .Ttom-y. -i
Wo positively rcfuto to npiu necouiils fur l'nssagcs,
mid y 11 particularly call tho uttentlon or llm Irnvtilng
inilillntolhiinoLOiially or linilm; Diiekoit nml l'(li,i.
plnliily marked; tho Steamer lll not bn risponstiil
for any itnmurked llaggagi-, or for Freight or l'arccls.
unless Ilrrclitcil lor,
Frotght Monoy Duo ou Domand,
Iii.illcnseaiif fnlghtforimitles not responsible, or
itukiiowii, the freight money will be rei lilted In udtaneu
I'AeKAIIIH ori.KtUOltN nml MINIM MUN.
III! I'l.AIM.V aiAIUi:i
l'or tin-puilyuhoiu Ihey nro for, or plainly staled 111 tho
ren Ipt lo whom they arc tonnlgiu'd.
All demands for dumnge or loi-s must lie lundo within
one mouth. ,
IniKi 1 way lluliln for fcss or aieldi-nt In Ihu uluik.
py- Hack Jlrlyirs, Boys, and such JlUe. will not liu
alluwcilon board thu MUiiinerou arrival, tiulllnflcr lha
piipkengers havo been Iniided,
2li WH.HKH ACO.
A7 FRANK OOKE,
AtlKNT lOUTlli: l'OI.I.OWINtl COAbTRKMi
W!,eV. r'f Mlolo
WIehu, MMnS Wnlmnlu.
I'At. -HcilvtltltWjillcItall. onico CiMlirrnfOitrti.
fJ and hunaiiu htreels. t
PUNTERS' LINE fOR SAN FRANCTSCO
jwfc. c. Browor k,
Merchandise received Morales) Free.
fli 1 S1&K hiliirt.in..u -..! a TT . a.1
and liberal cash advances mado 011 shipments TX
SOMETHING NEW !
J. WILLIAMS & CO.
IIAVIXO I'lHUilAaKI) THE
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OF MR. M. DICKSON AT
No. 1W uud 1U l'ort SI.
aUKAHKnV' ifrii VllW1 ",' ''liiil. Ily IM
r.. .1 ",T,,T,,'veshalU-iiileavorlo ins iilulu llm
t.0."11? c " ,Uo oM. '"idPOimlsr Oallery. anil merll a
llbersl pslronsgo by fair dealing and superior Work.
Special Attention Given to Children.
We aro prepared to do all kinds of large Work from
Jlluilalmo to i,fc sue, cltlivr In
Water Colors, Crayon, lii.liu Ink, or
Oil. 1'liotos. Colored, c,f &e.
KyttonrtotMr. Iilekion. hivo 'the t l?c col I c
VleVo'i,,; -u. grca,c.MyMw,
lava Flow Vie-vr.
Also, a supply of Hawaiian and Konll, t l,la,i
curloafilt-,, j-'mis, Slivlls, Ac,. 4e Jt"
e,iS,Iy,1ha,;ira1,'",n"' J""' ' '1WU.I.
A lady will belli tuii.timt atliniicc
Osstrgc Ransoustble ad BatUfacUa
IX-Hive 11a a (.all
MllaK. A. IIAKT HAS JVH'l" liv
1'i.u.d fiom K rranel.eir.wa Su"
Ioe Cream Saloon !
Iff CO.fMiCTIOS WITH
: Atttmm MtK. Messrs, Hs,i ijrw, u0
rououtrd-THKlSIIflWU VAnUtm" u,i Ifctlr
combined establishments are uow thu irincsi iu thl.
""y- '0 IIAltTOKOt..Itowleto,.
t tic hTAU MIM. Co hJll Joliaisl it ui ii
of-, o. Irwin Co., the followlni' aiu'Li,"
Jfafr" "' A vwWnSXS'3
x? $&", .
.aw. . ;-