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gt-- L -JfftsU --SatsHw iiiA Ativjj HHHjiliillll , !.U ,,., y fWWrr' im i !..- im urn j&mvmmtmr. k I AUGUST 86. 1882. - v HAMBURC-MACDEBUriC " TN8URAN0E GOMPAl r iiAJiuuno -HAMiiinr. rt?i taainH Fir, r k Saturday Press Supplement Honolulu, Aug. ?6th, 1882. - ,! 311. 5 W$! iKOlltlltiVU, Kl 1)0 mint your ondorHoment on pcctfully forwnrdcd.' DINNER TO GEN. COIYILY. An American Fnrcwcll to tlio LntcU. 3. Minister Resident. UNANIMITY AND HNTHUHIASM. A very h iLTUKHful dinner was (jiver. to (Ion. Comly, Into U.K. Minister UchIiIuiiI to Hawaii, at tbo Iliiwiiiinn llolol on Tlittrmlny uvenlng; lnntf winch was thoroughly enjoyed liy thn ninny Atiioricium invited. Tho trillion wero loiulcd with tin iiliiuidnnci) of cvorytlihi tliat could be desired mid to which ampin junlico wuh 1 no. After thin part of tlio programme had in enrrfed out to tlio satisfaction of all, tonntH woro In nrdar mid llio followine; wern proposed : " Tlio President of tlio United States," rocoived willi applause; "Ills Majesty tlio King"; "Our Into Milliliter Itcnidoiit," followed by a storm of applause. General Comly roHpondod as followM: " Mm. Ciiaiumam, CotiNrntMKN and KaiaNna; No Inngnngo enn express thn pleasure It Riven mo to receive this expression of your frietiilntiiir and re gard I nm htinii-y f tin 'nirohution of Rood" in i t nm writ aware Hni t iIm demonstration In u io be ap,rnpril(d li 11 individual, hut is .until' to thn r irehcuKitix' meter of the Indi Tidiml. 'I'lin fiitis: tl it i it precious bovoud prion Io mo lit, Mint yti I accepted me as nenrly cnougu w any, ki 'in on ri bad. to II'.nilqtutrttirA Wi nv b .ok mrove-l end lApnHuwi ' I'or thin I tli nk you from tbo bottom of m hri.rt. 1 nil' lit. tio "tulenco touvery feeling oi hit nnt irn not to '.ny t nt it in InoxproHHlhly Rti tifyl ig to me. 1 'er are ninny tu gs 1 should like to sny to you n'x.iit tlio futniD f Hun country, whoro our trtu V relations I'.ve opened up nvonucH of IiuhI ucih or vo.1, iiml h nn, equally with tlio hoiih of th i Mi il, lir-vn ar,(1 shorn I hiivo tlio protection of tt. ' , in life, libor y, property unci tho nurHiiit 0 i i iiHeivi. Hut you urn well aware that nil polulc. 1 topics hero are still lalm with me, I can otilynav tlmt my attachment to tliirt country and re, tnlcitiHt in tho welfare of my couutrymnu who hrifi in ilo their homos born, will bo deep and Idi ttnr. I nhnlt look mum tho con run of ovontH Vi in i io future wl'h tin tuteroHt second onjy to tli wlili h I feel la ' affairs of our own country. Y'n i weep I w ut op, when you rojoico I h.,nli . ncn. Your udt'.CHrf, your mipport Mini eppro- it nthiioMprt i shMl homy pride nnd ro wnrd tor whatever of iorvico I may lint o been or dene uun g live o.irn of strong ilt-Kiro and limited performance. I oantio closo better tltinhy proposing the health of my KUoceiHor, Mr. Diggctt. I deHiru to com it.ohiJ hiu to you He will need, au I di(l,onr coue'enn' Co mid f r) ml ' p, tind I liavu no lienitH tion in pniiiiaiUR foroi. tlmt he will nceivo tliem. 1 inn Bonn wliat 111," the t id bear who M nbout to retire to din winter quar-irniuul Rack IiIh pawn. Mr. I)ii:R)tt ih like the uur cub whomi troublcx nre nil belon him ljauliter.1 When the trouble doei bepi n, tbo best luck cnn wish him i'h, that hoiiuyl .(ikottieold tu id in tho piny, 'Atw.iyH rendy ant mverwunted IjnuRhtcr and checrH, dnriiiR w b cb the linnil Hti uck uji.) I now propose to yon, f 'lntleinen. thu br tllli of tho United St.iteK Minirtei ItbHiilent, Mr. U rcett. Mr, Waggott vaagfoi id with vociferous ap- plniiBO mil poko aa fo own : I'iln. Jiiaiuman asdJ?Bujm)h: A traveled Amer ican ouce informed me th.U, after journoyinR ii-onnd tho world for nt any a year, nnd neldoni Mieiiuj eittter an Amenrir. fliiR or an American face in a foreiRii port, th.' most jojous MRhtthnt ecr n.et Ills vision waa that of tbo stare nnd stripoii in a port in Mndocafcnr, whoro they had bien thrown to tbo breczo by a Yankee nnilor. lie si it il seemed to him tlmt tbo very Rround on wl icb thu old il.iR cast it.i r.bAdow was snered, and tb' t tlio very air wui onerRizod by its kiss. Sf. with mo my frionds, ono of tho most joyous oxp-iencoH of lifo b n been tbo kindly RreetiURS and friendly fncea of my follow countrymen alnco my i nival here. '1 hoy, loo, seem to vitalize the n'r 'a broatbo, and their presoncoovorywhero RivcviW ticranco of nocial, timinerctnl and poli ti'l iUbtUty. . losvnik ,uf tintself is no. an agreeable task, nd t '1 HOmowbat an r MIo s did in one of tho r mriusi ot Nevada, Mjrne ctr nco, wbon on trii.l 'or 'inVw. Ho hud ti-ke i ' In Bland as a witness ,i own l)li iir, IW liciu a nrjui uuo, nuu m blinsolf a nrottv examination wor ? to it for an hour or i uony '.v. c dozen I to tbo judge and c i rather tbo case 'hole matter dronned till day talking about hi urent i.e1iiiri.y hu 1 KOi Im k Bit t J iV . i : n r fbir 4.tW" i.l ntWlult" 11 U) c lutrtHc'loj b u. fit red th,t l.o i 1 !. J 'ib lii.uiuaod a:U k.Ml... Lnnl fan tllil HtAllll "" iiw" " 'i' "" T T. t ii 'TC 7 iillif-- f s tloftf veri iu jiuraiiiHt i- wim mom no; v riiry 1 W borne, tA an old odaRe ban It tb.n ' u nhoit bursa is fo.a curried." but first a wjrdor twulu relation to our retir ing Minister, (Jeneral (Joialy. Uo is ominontly des-rvlnp of lio compliment you are paying him hero to niuht. Ho is u thoro if.li Americvn, and U lit foil nooord with tbo advanced thought nud aspiration of his pouplo ami ills raoe. n a time of iili' mil peril be tvHponded o tUo very sternest da i and that n (lovoruiueiit ver makes upon its subject tt at of .inning n t defense, and well and faithfully, ah tbo record hIuiws. did ha tier, form every duty to which ho w m assiRneU. Ho in enutled to every Rraoo and everf oonrtosy ponsiblo foi von to extend, nnd in honoring hira yon honor not only yourselves but the Ooernment whioh he ilorvou Willi o muou yiuui ""'""", , , C'oncerniUR nyself very llttla ueed be said. I im a plain v. i stern mnn, vboec lifo haatieen spent nl'dftil wholly an tho frontiem of tho Kepublic, ilnre i-iiunllii!. with the ranicnlnrnudadventurouH aleuiflii i ofooi civillMtlon raiber than with ita eflt iniuiwy and itu reiinomeiit. I believe in the ..... .'.....omi ,.i .llrrM-.t inuaiis in tho accomplish- me it of ' ouest imrposo. X belinvo in inward reso- ber tu.m in outwarn iorm, uu oring perbnp-t. Bomolbiug of the bre ith ot the .Im folds of my (jsrmonl. sind j ears aRo do not bo alarmed, my tx thousand yearj mio, nooordiug to rkonlUR. the biirjiia tamily began ita keslwarii that I ring the counie of era vun tiy llishop Berkeley. On tho crest iset wnvo I have teo traveling wostward, Io to that Uw ot uman movement, over .hi boy. Ilevomt the Obln beyond the l, bovpuil ho Vocky MounUinnj be JoserU and plnlni' p(. hsru tbonoe to tbo ...vada rang,.wboo now-capped peakB louds, and wfcOBU fan 111 iry pines bIiir tbo of oternal atornu't ' J d tbo old fcm. bHi,.i D, wbero the weary v lRruut, yu tlio du' . tfio I'Htte upon JiU hi nd the alkali of Lu '' mWdt in his throat tjrnedout bio.it. Ot. H tfcn Inst tune in tlie inntl ' blua and gold, ( .0 noffir from whiob wtsntu that Httlo uug. t- it . j 1 which sot tbo otld l' Into nud gave a ,ui. .n to every thing ilouRbt or nold in the Io itrl troiid. Aud farther than that, nt Inst, I (uroott t wutwrd i beyond Hie uoiaen uate, iljilaH iiiiio rngRed ribh tli waes ol ocean neat tt even txiiDg surge oven iu muuwuu mum A r i lutl ii l witt - . duiei ' rlii. rle ut . to ' I l iun . on-e. of tbi m i sijion 1 i MiV,l yolul thi tl H .'111 m tt fv k ton bevoiid to Ihi'Kii fair ist-s, wbero tbo oldest civlll ,rnl, r Aiiiurictin t iticetm horn In Ilnwnii, to ftillonsiif enrlb liavu mitt llio liiwest nftnr six i .,,,..,,.,. , ... , , .. tboiiHtiiil viKiraiifRciiirntliiiu wbern tlin elillilrrii I pllcl to by H. II. Dole; Atnorlcan liilltioiico of Cnlliny anil llio Orient, ilrilliiiu eiistwiird, limn i h, Hawaii," res unit lliiiyiiliiiR ami vliiorntiH iiiilliliood of Ibn grent , Ami rliMli llcpnblli). To mrt It sieinH Io be almost I l)ort)lnI(irn of ( HjiiTiil urnimil. ilm slliiiition Is full of collliniT olnl nnd nil!llfiil nH well iih iotlii interest, ntid I 1iohi to bo utile Io liicct tlio ikIri'IicIi'M of thu nltiia- ' tlmi. Diioretioii HiiRgcstH priidi nee of iittcrnuno In npnnkjiig for otliorii, anil eK'clnllj ill ono nccntii. iiig thn Kihltlon In whlnh I now Dud myself, Ilut tills 1 may hay, Hint whatever I cnn do to mlvntiro Amnrloiiti InleroslH ill thesn Islnuds limy bode, pendi'd upon, with n im regard to the eoultlcH of iintlonnl iiitiircoiirsn nud to tho rights ami prerou. attvrs of the Oovnrnumnt and poojiln whoso bosii tnl I tv wn are sharing. I ilnink you, Rentloiiien, for this opiHirtunlty Mill bnvn given me of eilnmlliiR to so mnny of my fellow countrymen the hand of greeting, and in joining tlinm in invoking for my friend, tbn ilepartlnu Minister, Hint ienco nnd bnpplliiMS, no mntter wbero bin path mny lend, which always accompany honorable purKmu and duty well and conscientiously performed." Mr. DiiKRott was frequently interrupted by bursts of HDplnnno, "Our Consul unit Vico Consul," was tho noxt (oust, und was received like those before it with cheers, Mr. MoKlnloy said in reply! "Mn. Ciuiiiman and Amkuioans: In tiohnlf of tho government of tho United Htatos I thank you for tlio cheers, the npplauso and the nnaminity of expression with which yon received thotonst to tho ofllcu which I have thn honor to represent. I assure you gontleninu that I feel a deep interest in tho commercial and individual prosperity of Amor. Icaiiii in llnwali, and thnt the doors of thu Con sulate will ever lio found open to my countrymon." Mr. McKlnlny's remarks were followed by fnrthor cheering nnd prolonged npplauso. "Mil. ClIAlUMAN, FlIII-NIlS AND FeI.IIW ('ot)NTBT- MKNi I rejoice with you at tlio opportunity we have to meet ouco inoro tho honored guost Wlio, as rcpresontativo of ' Oar Country,' has ro worthily nuiintnitied Its honor and prcetlRo in those Ha waiian Islands. Our Joy is, indeed, tempered with sorrow at the thntiRlit that we must needs pirt with a Rentlomiin who, in connection with his es timable lady, has ever exerted ho pure and whole soinu an iutltinucu in thu social intercourse of our cosmopolitan community. Wn hope and bcliovo, from what wo bnvn board of our now Minister Resident, and from him, Hint be, too, will wisoly nnd promptly take occasion to assert ami mnin turn for Aiiicriunu ideas and American interests the continuing influence in UiunfTnirsof this King dom, which hns undeniably been thn prominent iulbieiu'u in the past history of thesu Islands, and must, inevitably, be inoro aud more the predomi nating inllueuco in their future destiny. Hut, friends and fellow-countrymen, this inllu J elico of Americin lifo is not any individual inllu euco. Deeper than the profound reHjwct nnd gratitude we feel for tlio personal inllueiicu Gen. Coiuly has ner exercised, the dominant chord in the festivities of the hour is Hie sentiment ex pressed in thu words to which you havu called on mo to respond, ' Our Country.' Mr. Hustings, "VTccT3uiihii1 noxt spoko, und his rcinaiks elicited further applause. Tho next toast, "Our Country," was responded to by Dr. Hyilo an follows: Wbon wo speak of our country, wo may well glorv in the vast domain, tho mineral wealth, tbo limitlchS resources, tho mnjestio rivers, the fertile valleys, tho snow-capped peaks to which our Min ister has alluded in such fond and glowing words; but wo think of it rnthor, to-night, na that which its ultieun have made and are making it, the b mi of civil and religious liberty. It is one country t-i us here, ns my friend, Mr. Jones, bus fittingjys.il 1, whethor we como from the East, North, South jr West. If wo think, to-night, of a homo iu ttu Kiist, there freedom dawned in tbo day-spring of our national life; if in the North, thero sbinea tlio Dole-star of freedom, 'each wave of time, each storm of lifo pointing tlio hopes of tbo nation aud of humanity to that guiding sign, that focus pour, of our national life; If in thu South, we bear iim warmer praises of freedom's joys aud its pertnnlaf brightness thnn from the Huniiy South; if wothinM to-uigbt of a homo in the wost, ' tbo homo of tluj Hotting sun,' thero wo see, in brlghttst colors, frtoi dom's future with no night of sorrow, no dnrkncsj of despiir. General Comly bus told mo of a visit be orvh bad from ono of the sovereign people from 'le homo Und. Asking Ida visitor, ' From whnl stfto did you como, sir ? ' be received tbo somewhat Is founding reply, ' From lioston,' n reply dolivctjit with that Rnpremo complacenoy, which only tbjso c in enjoy who havo had tho good fortune to,be. born or rcsido in ' that provincial oily as llra call il. I happen to come from Now England, ipd to bo ono of that pushing, ubiquitous r.tcw, bf Yankees so largely represented in our Island cini ruunity, that our new Minister llesideut hns Rl rendy noticed tho fact thnt Honolulu sumct.a.of Huston. What if wo nro going to havo n Hotjih throne and lioston f urnituro in tbo Iv u'1'slau ? Nono of us hero are disposed to buuw an M 4ivn irlJe on that account. Plymouth liock is not our ilarney-stono to-night. 1 hat master key bat un locks our hearts nnd unseals onr lips is tbo joy wn feel to-uigbt to eit hero, In tbo land of the font and of the jmlin, beneath tho pendent (olds of iur country's flag. In its blended stripes and aUntaarrH ".- 1 'Jie fact, Sir, that in that land of free' Ui bo gi r political problem of the ago bast sol d-)ocM Helf-govormuent for eachsepars' rv ir ih with loyal devoteduess lo the prosp." ty 1 ill" roof the united whole. Tbera, too, ri. bi , aJ'lio still dark problems of aoclal r jihi .11 CltKs lnteresis may come iniocouiuc. ajuim-lt rsrAuu organization may clash'i. lit nt iufii k r dustry; but uuderthe tiw, unb m-tire i of tho priuolphM of couatiti'' a a it. aim uuriHunu urora. vv ' ivr Our Union It tho l.utii War," ruspiitisu by .1. A. Cru.nti ; "Thu reciprocity Tronty," rcspunso hy .1 Mutt Smith; " Tlio La dies," roplied to by I''. M. Mutch ; other toasts were, "Our American Hankers," responded to by .1, II, I'nty. Mr. I'aty also proposed tlio " Merchants ami business men of Honolulu," replied to by 1'. (J. Jones jr. Impromptu re marks wcro iniido by H. (I. Wilder ami J. M, Davidson, in response (u reported calls for "spoech," The speeches in reply to thu va rious toasts woru appropriate and to thn point ami crotted much enthusiasm, nnd the partici pants woro loth to disperse oven ut tho Into hour of 12 o'clock, Aa a social gathering it was a succesi, as tho utmost unanimity of opinion prnvslloil, and each one went away fooling hlmsolf Imttor acquainted with Ilia fol low countryman, and wn aincfroly trust that tho good thus accomplished will be lasting. Tim following are tbo names of thoao Invited names marked with a are of those unavoidably absent: Alexander J. Cnrtwriaht, Chairman, uon. jamos m.uoraiy, ,i. r. nrown, J. MottHmith. diss. It. llishop, I). A. MoKinloy, It. M. DsRgott, A. H. Hnrtwell, II. It. Anstin, J. A. Crnran, L. McCully, C. K. Judd, Dr. O. M. Hyde, I'. C. Jones, J. O. Carter, H. II. Dole, John H l'nty, K. 1. Adams, H. (i. Wilder, Jas. A. Hopper, C. Furiicaux, llobnrtljowors, K. It. Hendry, W. A. Whiting, W. C. I'arke. A. G. Ellin, C. O. ilergcr, Thus. Foster, H. N. Cnstlo,' 1. h. Itioc, C. Mangles W, 1. Toler, Dr. H. C. Damon, A. II. Kponcnr, M. I.oninaoii, S. M. Damon, I'rof. W. D. Alexander, .ias-ii. Hponccr, Chns. Hnstnce, W. 1'. Howell, Dr. K. II. Thaober, W. N. Grahara, C. Hprookels, J. II. Athnrton, II. M. Ilenson, (3. It. Hcnrborough, 0. A. llrown, Geo. 0. Williams, M. Hyman, 11. W. I,aino, M. Green, N. (). Murphy, M. Hyinaii, C. N. Arnold. il. A. I'armalee, I'rof. Hcott, W. O. Wildor,' Ij. C. Abies, W. F. Allon," J. S. McOrow, J. .M. Davidson, W. It. CaRllo, W. O. Smith, II. F. Dillingham, II. Cartwrigiit, F. M. Hatch, Dr. N. II. Emorsou, J. M. Oat, Jr., O. H. Eldridgo, K. Kisllor,' A. Fuller, H. O. Allen, K. tl. Hall, Minister Itenldent of Ilm United HUltos nenr my Court, being assured in a credential of which you nro tbn bearer, from my Grout and Good Friend, tbn I'rc fllden t of tholJniUil Hlnles, Hint you nro "well Informed of thu relative lutenntiiof the two countries," and that It will bu your constant en deavor "to prcservn rind inlvnnro the Interest anil bappiui'SH of both countries." lam iiHsunil that tills tatter expression Is In. died the spirit that has aiilmatul thn Government of your grent country in all her relations with my Kingdom, in view of thn mnny rrclnroc.il benofita lu which Amerion hns isirmittsd Ilnwnii toslinrn. It will bu an earnest endeavor on my part to clier lili and maintain thesn mutual lienoflclal reolpro rnl relatloiiH. Mr. Minister, f llinnk you for your nssurnnens Hint It will he your object to promote nnd cement tbo cordial nnd friendly relations between our two countries, In which purposu It will bo my desire to co-opcrnte, so Hint the traditional friendly rela tions between tbo great ltepubllo nnd my King dora shall bo placed tiHin a still inoro enduring basis. Copy of nutogrnph letter from thn President of thn United HtntdH to His Majesty, accrediting the Honornbln Itolllu M. Daggett as MinlsUr Ittsldentof tho (Jiillid Hlatisof America at Honolulu. Ctimrrra A. Annum, I'residentof tha United States of Arnerloa. To Ith Majttly Klmi Kalakaua. Kinm iht Ifatniiian lllndl. Gbkat and Good Fmrnd I have made choioa of Itollln M. Daggett, ono of oar distinguished citizens, to reside near Yonr Majesty in the quality of Minister ltesidrnt of tbo United HtaUs of America. He Is well informed of tho relativa interest of the two countries, nnd of onr sinoera desire to cultivnto and htrcngtlien tbo friendship nnd good correspondence lielween u; and from u knowledge of bis fidelity, probity, and good con duct, I have entlro oonlluenoi that he will render himself acceptable to Your Majesty by bis con slant endeavors to preserve aim advance the in terest nnd happiness of both nations. I, therefore, request Your Majesty to rcceivo him favorably, nud to give full credence to whatever bo shall say on tbo isirt of the United States, nnd most of nil when bu shall assnro yonr Majesty of their friend And I bray God to have Your Majesty In His snfo nnd holy keeping. Written at Washington tho 17th day of July, in tbo year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty two. nnd of tbo In dependence of the United States of America tho one hundred and seventh. Your Roo,d friend, (Signed) Ciikstku A. Anxnun. Hy the President. (Countersigned) Frederick F. FrcllnRbuyscn, Secretary of State. uoo. i' ilowe. Num. Last evening about f o'clock wo were requested by members of tho Committee to publish nn account on Thursday evening last, nnd to give in fnll as many as possiblo of thn speeches made, bb it wan desired to Rend it nbroad by tho mail Rlqnmor Aimlrnlia. Ileing Into with tho " I'ukss" this morning, it became necessary to put tbo mat ter into n Heporuto shoot, but owing to lack of timo nnd latonesn in getting somo of tho manuscript, it waa imposiblo to get moro in typo for isssuo to day thvi i i presented heroin.) Eecejition to U. S. Minister Daggett, On Handily Inst, tho 2lHt iust. the King rcceivod at t'" j il oe General Comly, U. S. Minister IteBi- cb nt, w; f presented Mr. It. M. Daggatt, tho newly ncereiit. Minister. General Comly addressd tbi Iv l:; t follows : May Ji.kase Youu Majkuti : liug jout to return to my native land, I nm charged with tho ngroeablo dnly of renewing the assurar .,cs of respect aud consideration which the Govnr jtaont of tho Unitod States fcela for that of lllal 0'i o own part I wish to express my thanks for tli many courtesies 1 havo received from Your Maje.it,your Ministers, and tho peonloof these Inland No om niaong you hns more fervent aspirations thnn I . s for tho continuod happiness nnd pros peri' j independence of these Islands. I cs " i y ask that the same kindness and cour tesy v! .j has been extended to mo may fall as Ms iiiu .U and just inheritance to my successor, tho Hon ir tblo Kollln M. Daggett, whom I now havo tho ho' '. of presenting to yon. xuoi ;repneu: Ok x ii, Comlt : I rr your annonnoement of departure with a f e of regret, which I feel assured my Court ani i ik oplo, who havo known you during your ofllc ul rusideuoo here of five years, will vary oon oially i n'e. " 1 r.e eot at tho timo with cordial satisfaction your expression of interest in the welfare and indi pea Jenoo of my Kingdom. It is an assurance ofwh'ch I have bad amnle evideuco daring your ofbii.; i .teroourso with my Government coa jotntly nlth the evidenco of unable advocacy on vtift of tha Government nnd of the groat and 'euyiu wuum juu rupreseuieu. 't happy to weloomo a repreaentive of -I y.uutry, and when beoomes man. ihi. cise of yoar successor, with a e'tv i -mi my great and good friend, ' ' t States, haTirings with y fi .fiu (u ' . orleona and cordial iV ynor l.UiOe eredet't ? iUi-i I. ui ' i stances less favoreli' problems wlll'sooi and happy solut! individual opinloi in i.rcu... tl sj .vexed T i poacetul M ug my own tf - capital will i ' arely what it Ul UJLiit tha uso of iv.i Vr Sud endanger i ii-evrotorra will put an ' jobbery, and sliama give labor the wag must accept. Organ! the intoxicants that i social progress; oivil eud to all poliliuai Tint, and frauds. Our country, throng tt told and now world ronowiied organization,, i.ie A erloaa Iloir'1 of Commissioners for Foreign Mteiaoim, rave 1 1 thu Hawaiian people their first knowledfa if ,( uosiroior mo uiesaiDRH oi uri-unn ci.vZ1ti What measure of social order and social, Vgenor- !SB LK . ' .ar with yon on j r -nioyour u. v,.ilJ '' wrraaaanr- auu. nt. Hjr-otiilres.ru. of tu1 ot "-'J1 ' ' '"-Ut and of .a r . General C IbtiiiutrrjduceJMr.'D.igrc1"" after preaeutiiiK an autoenpa kt.er froirf. !TS "," identof thoUiiitoJ fltali 7, Kit 1" .rV. crediting him as MlnlstorK Io, . iv ' tbo King aa follows : " MATiTPutAMYouaMAjicait -. hav;',B' tVilot ihB H"itoU s teBO- Aiuerioa I., th, waiian Kingdom; and in doing bo, permi. express the hoiio that tho friendly oornuit and political relations which havo go longexu between the people of the Unitod Hlnt.n,i .... , people of this Kiugdom nud between Yonr M. it. Wm.WENNER &Co Mnnufuctarlnp JowclcrB, liuvo Itc-OpRiietl u the Old Slnnrt Wl Kort Ht., with a Niw sntl llnritiilly Kelectrd htock of Watches and Clocks, all kinds; GOLD CHAINS fc GUARDS, SLP.RVK DUTTONS, STUDS, ice. Would do well ti) Call and Examine onr Htock (if Bracelets, Brooches, Lockets, Earrings, etc., which were specially eeleclid with a view to hull Ihe Jlarkrt. KUKTJI AND SHELL JEWELRY .MAIIK TO OltDEIl. The repairing branch of ear bnnlncn we itvttA as an Important one, anil all Joh r ntruetid to iik will lo tx ecuteil In manner second to none. While thanklnc thc public for paet faiors, wc retnrn to hope U'at our lonpr experience on these Island will enable us to ob tain a fair share of patronage In the fntnre. KnfrravtiiC of every description dune to order. Particular atten tion Is, paid to ordcM -ml Job work from the other Islands. Uulck sales and small profits In oar motto, and we shall keep In stock nvery article In onr lino of easiness. lOG-qr. NOTICE To Depositors in Bishop & Company's SAVINGS BANK. f ONANBAFTKU BWPT. 1 .NEXT,' after date, the rate uf Interest alluwrd on deposits will h.. ri no .1 ... M nS . . r ..... .vw-v- .u u,r t a i vw cvuw iicr annum. Aug. 1st. IBP-.'. (10141 M17-U) IIIH11U1'& 7-tl) HIMIIUI' A CO. J. WILLIAMS CO. Photographic) Artists, 10H and 101 Kort Htreet. j. l'lctnres of sll sizes and kinds made to order, and R,VJe,.?f '.' "-""'Ptlens constantly on hand. Also, Shells, Corals, and Curlosltlei of th Pacific. ly READ THIS! ., . U-V3iaUH10-Kn iiaviimVi e. TUK -a. made certain ImninvemeutH In the arrangement' aud construct on nf Pi.,.- ,.j n. ...-.. ';71." ,.,,. . , , r " - -- . " . rj.vv iu aicsin ". " . ,"c" "oecia cousmerabo sating of Kuells t ivllllnr. In i,iti.pBtil,.n .11 .. ...I. -- ....,. ,T willing to guarantee all work entrusted lo him iVdilrcHR ! KAMITI-M. II A li in ifj Oakliet, U7(jupfiiSt, 72 E. STOTIOB. C. J)AK:. im MKitniiA'viiB Kxcbasgo. la tho only autliorlzrd Acent of th i...:. i;v...;.;..r'fri.:r-:r:"".w' ' :. always be seen on fllo In bis nttlco. 9U - ' 5V "V , i , . , , f e For Sale. 3S.VT ,;0-1IOHSK POWKK IK ,i' oi t Krr Malehy J u. i ikwi::, a SEIAlilS, BACOT--. n.jp fi Auvi H ! f t,-v?" .. VV r. J - . jJM ' S-iMet. . O. r"&C' f TJR7-Stl- u i i jrasg i'j iil.bbbt ' . ation has been attained here, hi I mlfl,7onfc'tt . fjp'"0". ilWhi0,", tot"w? YoBr M tholntiorHof American toucher proaclAw.iw Sb mS? sSffur m. V,",vor"Tnt .' t.tl0 Uni vers. American statesmen may v.ll oi'w,th rlMwSSL. ir.ino '"frmption during mjof Jealous scrutiny the plan of a, bl5vI,I1SilJ; . ae,fcISlH5RK.S? Jte?f..l.tf?5,fc ., . oaiinl, roRiirding it as an integral p;"- or uh vw.i l ie Than thnVhiei7Tii . ii i 'eH ". " ul""n , lino of Amoricau coiumeroe. Ainorle-n Cbr' W, ? lu,n I. ??". ul.v,iaM iUbr boundarios. I w II watch with deepest bympalliy tl.o ounn ot nin,n.,i.. ,7 I'TVP'o anu Uoverument events in Hawaii noi, tho 'foster tt. Ul of Sr ?L 'i-JrS?- !lf0.Bl,0nii "hu1r1?"') kindly interest iu American institutions, reg.mliug these Hawat n S" wn'"r,", '. y.u,r ",,8ly " Wngdora, and that Islands as a typical Irontlor out port it our . . 7 ,7., .K? u '. '""""" aoiicitu in any uiiHlroniulniiuiuliuuAtnurlnaiiUhriaiia. elvx. c"e-u o-tanco teiiding to imperil either its tave. i t vln i.ssv. . .. i. . '"su . a,u,if untui KxL.r.r, ,v,; jysr :. - f-rs.lt', TJ0i-i-.','j.rt ou.s.im.vN, 25 -,"f Mlby B0LLK8.ten;iS MANILA COltDAUKL A.run.?s?h"r or - . HULI.KH CO' is l.XTRA PBIHT! nnnu- 1 elLTniV or 1LB InatAriill nilv.tnn..t..Ml wt.t -. . ...k. .. . tL' other repHcstotboseverul toast., o g TrVt , L ! zd?M to their leuBth and to the lateness of tin- benr. fciSS XJZ " - tiWZ it will bo impossible to pubiiaii to-iloy. Tbo tl,l"1"'' tuka nations kindred and a lirollu-r. ! -- - - .i HOLl'ks a i:n ) ... "U OI IT IDLItlfl. other tonsta wcru " Auiericati Interests in Ha j waii," responded to by A. 8. Aartwell; ' Ol.il sKinj; replied! JDioiicrTt I sm happy to reoelve i ?AAfO "UUHKU PAINT, Hi. I" ',c,i. ," deslribin Kur-alu by.. tf lhul. I- . 4. noi.I.EB Co .- f H"Pi W . j. Isvner A inn's I'alvhrattil M3lclBe.--s tis,iT Jv I Mn .fiat nifra 1 nsiif a ffrf-TTTi tsi-afMiffliart - mi.'-'' -!9K9QaUlKxSDHaMaV Cfca.t.! i ric; b-s&lri "v.