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thiihuat, Wir;i, i.
' a-r I iiiiiMrTj are. ret ot, th 1T-1. fr-TO an
J ra.ac.4co. ju,t a-er our i.t a ..at,!, ai.i uc the 25" h t.-.e
ahlpa f.'ftmf Mitt asj 'i. arrived. tnr.r--I rxt
rar.t'.aro pap-r. t3 Viy The str-mer aa-ie! a.-a.a on tit
JWa Kaaajrawa. Jaiv P th ahi-a are ci.i.r-er1 to
I-jM -oaao at taker I.:-, ih r.rm-r at 111- Tl Butna
" aaifetl ft-c h-r CMinuo on the i.i. and ti.e .' 7
Wiif viJuJ m awe aa UaC Jf'fkimr arrive, law b'crir
T-Trlay tl ra.'k Zor arrived fr Karawa,Jaoa:i. rte
brir,ra fail ear-. Japaxe-e wace. rape v.L ate., w.w.h w.j
Jf -.baMy b vad at aorta-m donr,, the jn..nt w-ea. The hara
ft-aie lie par d.-wn 10 20 4y, tJ 13 Kt irt" o lay,.
-vl wa Jotjj day en th wr -r W .;..au.a
aa-i frail r-tuo l-y kt, and f: a very f ktit
Japan, ami the pr-v-.e-e.. ',t ?.ir,r la t.'-it d.r.-tj-,a- t
true taat t!u arrival raay pror lir i.pzi.f of a lerw and ;-r 1
u' fc trl lb J,;!. I
"b bark Jtnmf f a -need on th - 2h. wah a f a.1 un
of lio.rT f.-jn L'iin;-tB.:j. hr rrym the rvarrirarfjai j vie? of hard-workin z an I '.nterprieir.g mn, wLose
ij arxwer itj carico, cut- in a.i j .1 -.. . -cx
that th trig Mmuta Lad cleared a: Port T r-nl w.-i.
a cargo ft- n the Aj mi"., f c H.lo. Hi.:.
Th cae with which lh f ; ha ba taoJei oai of ir
tor rT-aira, lu a w-c f wr ca.ii:.t tj lijeiwui li
prartiraiAj.'y cf (w'tnj cj. a railway. ' ots.y u : j.r.-ta-bie,
bot it wili pay, ao4 prtatiy ay far hurr tLan l 'cJi:r
iffveataaeot during tr wit tra jkl Wr taT m J'juvX u:
tfce G'TrnBVfit wiJl jrar.t text farorabir pr. fi to ar.y
jr-3 or ccm;au7 wto may OL.r- u j.ut a&-l ytJtiCt
a marioe railway. We taie alr.;y rrral t-nv u.'-J t.v.
coeatructioo cf aotb a wvrk, aod trut the j,r-vr.I dicut'
will orj( cod i:ip)f la talk.
Local mle it ery JaH, aii Llt or cottitt di-.f e.:Lrr it
towa cr Cboatry.
j aj f r.-jrlatj.-.n vf .1-SS.130 mof.-man th ordinary
r-v-nu..- of t!j" j-t l j rear '
n we tun?: s.-o t:..;r
Ma. ::.-:r an 1
. tJ.irz h-.-avi'.r uix-.-d. Is
oti:s tr Tin: wki:k.
THURSDAY. MAY 31.
Tfcr Miai.irr of Kinaarr mI I be Badri.
" Lrr WfJ. ARE r.VW'LLING TO llI-UiT.
Mk IHE.'K .aa.OLKET I vR I.EPARTt hi.. AT
Tf!!8 IIIUL-I CONVLVitNCE. ThJ.TT i WILL
aJvj t fr our motto t-day the eiprf -in
utt-r-i by thr 31ini.-r of Finales froru hi
jla' in the IgL-L!ure, ar.i our r-.-.vi-.-r t
r-a-rui'-r that thi s--ntvnc; w- j.jk. n in t'.-?
Fnil-h lanja in a Hawaiian Aw-rrcUy. wh-rr
f ut !w., ,,r i.r;of th I !-! it ,r- ur. -r-x , A .-.
.ritiui-rit ; t.Sat it vra ir.r'-rii-l .v th f;k-r,
a.' a r-jly I, the rj-?ctfjl r-.-mor ftran'e ar.i a-i-
-1 j li-i izz!i vnth th- !-.-au:iful pjoture which his ' the Mln:?tr h-t.t on drivir.g away . ur flovt? 1
: irfiaiiiati -n .m diwn. cf th revenue for the i he Wui vn hhuttir.2 up every hip-chandlt n;
! Ibrw at Ilwawlala, Jmttf.
Pall Uvn a
Laa: Vt-iaJ-.-rr. .11
m. I Ut. h.
11 M. j New Hvjo. It 6
iiil. I rOt-xrVT..ii 2
LATEST DATES rrcrivrd at lbl OOlcr.
.May 12 i Lon-ion. (wi.... March 1
ruaiM,).U Aj.r-.ll.il " tcicirrathiC
. Atnl 1
2lw Vara, m.;n, arJ a i faria .............. .A j.rj 1
Ulr-j-rai .k? April W i If-irk'.nr Varco 1
Ihiti. 4 I ayOwj, .V a. W....Fti.
fnifnro-per Far Wft. Jsr.it 5
F a Virroaia. V. I -T Jfcr.y Fori, iazjt 6.
Foa LanaJSaj ytw Kaoaoi, tu-day.
port or HorroiaTJiaU. h. i.
May JJ 1 A. M. Jaawa ttnvr Karvlinc-arrah. Eata-::n-tarro,
lit Laya frxa saa Fraaciaco cb rvute fr
i Srh Krooi A&a, trout Kotla. Hawaii.
'rh MabObtawai. rWkry. fr.m Kohala avl liana.
ii a MvrtM. K.ciL fr 'in liauiri. Kaoai.
at - li M. Aid cl.;.rr ar.i t .jis t Miau lbr.l. 14 day
frca raa Fraacacv ck route Iw itaaer'a la.arni, iM.
w3 r. M. Am ah!p Eoma VLtta. LibQciU 14 day frora
eaa Fraiaciacu ea r'.otc t iUitT i 1. d. la tai:a.-:
8rh Xary, cvmil.fm Kai;Ur, w.tb cattle aod ..;..
J Oca ri al.ina. Aatucju, frxn Kahoiiu, w:ta Cati.c.
ZT eca Mara, Moitran. t-ra Lahaioav
aS Asa barke-at!.. Jeasy F jft, 15 day fca Pat
Bouil, wtui hunr to Ilackfrld a Co.
Sch Kaaurtaowha IV, Gar.'brr. fra J-hxia4' Itlaad.
2" bra Mracnaa. Wthr. fza KahuluU wna yric.
jm n arB a. Kiua, M aay frjta Japan.
30 Sea KanMi, V UUir, frn Laha.aa.
31 c K-kaoiUofci, Marchant. fnna Kcib, Hawaii.
31 t KjmjI, from pru oa Ki ;a..
jr:trta w.-re iJ-ntifir'I with the rcuntry : .
fii'y rc-vniz-,-1 the i-a that the covtrijUierit
mu: raainuinl, hut venture! tj raise t!..ir
v.ice, fr the common weal.
This was the r-jly made to men who were
taking the ri-k of ourines, who were and are the
own-r of no incon-iderahle jorti.n of the real
rate cf the country, and who had ein?rarked the
earnings of j reviom year?, in it-agricultural and
cciriiaercial enterj ris8 ; men who were willing to
Lahror r.ot tw or three h...urs in the dav, hut
from early iaming till late at r.i,iht, and if ne-.-d
Le, the larger portion of the nlht, fr their
own commercial credit, the w.-lfre of them-lve
and faaiili-, an J, hy con.-juenor, the wrlfare of
the community; men who have heretofore heen
ahle to k-rp their own and their family exjn.-y-
within their income, and, having h n succeoeful
in manain their own affairs, were entitled to
f j-rak with boine confidence of the affair of the
And did he who -poke the s.-ntence, have arv
i.ni T.ar, 8tj-H t trie '-imjr.'Ve-l con-iit: !
:f the financ-ji, he ? - t w. rk. and pren: a
hud.-.-r, which t . -ar the le.v-r, i an ir.-ult t-j the
pe.. ; le. Is it n t a matter of astonw.tnent that,
with a public de! t cf 12".X'0, u;A a p r.pal
t --rr.-w ah-ut a pern ooouyyin the
h:h an i Lor...rah:e j.-itivn of Minister of the
Fiche;uer, s-h juld haie the coolness Vj ak f -r
an incr-.-a.-: of one half (fr.-ta .4. .) to .ij,,.H.,)
in hi own Kry anJ a!-, in those of the other
Mini-ter? T w hat state are we omir.,7. when
:.e-e can T-.-r -uch an insult to
:he nation ? Mav t we ar-
st' -rr, ar. J ha'.f the retail s:. .rt en the is
a Mir.i-t-r of Fir..
the ( f
ply to Lims-If tL words which he thrust at ..ur
har.ts and reiirnta
it ere a;o
in the House , Nol '.-s : Lt (hot icho art "ur.
vi'.hn'j ... $J-i.-ut to it," the present salary.
rnck1- tfutr arrir y-r ..' n? fr d'pvtwt at th tar
It' si ('!'. 'ii'-'ir-. Th-v can w.ll rr fycrtd. ciiJ it
J pr'.r:1,,' that th'ir p lasts xrt'I f"n ;-f fhppli'd
Such will h the sure T'.ult
he svks t" in-:itut'4. T..i'i vf rt'x-ti.-n tu vur
iD'H-hanioal j.ursuits '. "Why. we haven't capital
en ju jh t-j rai-ie half the ur;. cee.i-.-i by the native
j".j ulati jn. wh-j a.re fwrc.-l t-j buy f ore-ia f -d
fjr thvir sustenance. Uat c f this j rotcctive sys
tem we shall have mre t. say in our r.- x: issue.
There are other p-'into in this remarkable state
d 'Cument which we must leave f t another c-oca-si..n.
In the meanwhile we ask f..r it a car-ful
r-.-adin. as well as a full examination of the ex-I-r.
litur-.-s pr : j-.--i by th; min:st- r. If we are
t" all.w the Salari.-s : i-e rals-.d without re-ri
to merit, they sh-.uld 1? raised alike, c .mm-'n-cin,;
with the Kir.s and ending with the p.-r-Ur's.
If the gra1-rame is to jracticed at the
ru-.Iic crib, let ail have a fairchano-a: the start,
cxam':r.t:on of this institu-
Is ! Oauit CollluS. Tb
t:cn took place on Tesi.iv a:. 1 WeJr.csdsv cf l.tst
wer-k. The exepcises were unusaa'-.v interest
fil:n!, t.i K ih tfil.trs an i schwlars. I r .-r.i
cutai.gue cf the scholar-, we '.earn th-it there rs.e
tern ceanevtel witii the ir.sti- itivrs .iariii.' the ye..r.
S? iu th Enclish course, -.7 iu the cias--io.il 5
in the coHeciate, mikir;
total if T svh '. rs.
Perhar we cannot better ex pre- tr:e ser.tuuent ot
those present at the examination th-a t-y it.s-.rt-icg
here the report cf the ex-iaiinicg e.-tnuitttee :
Tu the TrusU-cs o? Oi'-.u Cv"ezt : , . .
Gzstixms : In accordance with ycur f.-l.:e "nvi
taticn, the unlersijne.l pntfedeJ. oa the iT-'n I an-I
SrJ instant, to d".schrpe the .laty if an r xia.:n!r-g
Committee for the Coilefe, regretting exce-jir.jly tt:e
absence cf the Hon. J. U. ivrJen .tni the Uev. .r.
Kle, w!,.-e .-u.sistar.ee Lad Uva premised us. 1 cur :
Committee c. r.zratuiate ya, centien-.tn. a ; i through .
vca tbe rut lie, an l ro. re ostc::ly
,,T, 1V T' e rhetorical and musical ex
The Knhihitiov l-e r.ie trit
t-i .i-v vHrir". at the rori
Jl-cetotUe large auOU
cned on the evasion, of the increa ed
oncienov and advancement of the scho.ars of the
Oa.hu Voi ece. The occasion was a p.v-U.ve anJ
. "... .: . ..rs..ns can receive a thorough-
. , t-. ., ;.(, Uic.-iticn. to say the least, and
th t is saving a great de
. iii.irt liinf ao. we
oui : '.' - - . . . , .
i in th- Isianas lor tuin." -
Laving chdiren in attenJance, en tr.e
. -e j aret:t
ieticy i f the
1- it j r .ihle that he wil fnd it more conve-ni-r.t
to ke-p hi expenditure within the antici
pated income of sO'i which he demands, than
and like ijZS around the trou-h, e-ach l.-; k out
f r No. 1.
Uut ? ri ously. the z .'V-.rn:nent tre-arary i- not
to 1-e vi-woi as a ljtt-.-ry where the ciost impcT-
1 are verv few ofc
tn.'-e ern-ii-e-i in iiic-1 s
Course of instruction in thi
ir..iti -n in the Gr.-ek anJ Latin elai.s-.es. was on selec
ted portions cf IK-race. Virgil. Juven'.. aui L,iv.v
tr the Latir., Homer, IhucydiJes; an I the A'.cct;s
for the Greek. The mode of instruction adopted by j
the teachers, is certainly most efective, and the per
formance i f the pupils such as to assure us, that we
sha'.! have jut cause of pride iu those who go -home"
to obiain the advantages of olJer an l more
-i lowed institutions. The recitations ani
tunate are to re ri;a tr.e most ntx-raiiv. l nere this vear to
: .1... ,, v-. r oh v -n Jowei institutions. i r.e reoi
L-uiuurui - . . .1 ...... Tri.,r.,nirtrr
1 . I 1 -t i- r..-.,. . , JfEill? MtlCt n Al2tUU, ucvuiv.i , -.
ne r.as-wn.-iin ni 4.u', ..r tnan :ie CM within wno are not now mil Ur iu;re liwrajv tun . r r WererFEi to-r civix-z vour C om
it nations out of it rece-ive
the c7ofX paid him hy the United States. Then
we iay justly expect that, having braine-i
Z.Oi.i) thi- y--ar. 7o" may be reuir-l of the
next Legislature, and since we know that not to
be sufficient for maintenance, then 5.X'0 may
be iven by a sj-icial legislature which should he '. ejuire-d of them. And s j all through the scale of
called to me-t the emergency. Not only does he , officers jrovii..-i. Our merchants, our traders,
need s0.00 for hims-if. but Lis clerk the Kesris- : our mechanics and clerk, are all set-kins re-
or-.l P.-.r-i.- stpri, r.s. were rKKFECT. p
mitue assurance, that tbc.se studies were being
for their services. The ?,vernment can to-dav rrosecutel with the greatest possit.e wueni io t..c
. r . . ....... r" r,nr!li Your Committee would speai with the grea.- l t w ,u
gt iui.y as eomjvtent pe .tis a-it nas in its c.,n: ,erHt;oa cf the c!;l,ses taught hy Mr. a " .
, eiiii'o iii ...""'. jor i ox c1'-'.' uj (jau. ( Muical learner.) me yuu-.u v. "w.
..... .... : : .v.; -,;.. 'i the ears of all
i are read v to turnisn iH.nds to anv amount re- 'are cMaium? n wuctu v...
l.ei-e our sous can '
... j v.'i.h si neat ten, to
wnen u isrow..-..-
had next to no high
... - i ....?a f..r tuition in i-uS"--"- -
hoo: in .t'r . .
consulate the public upon theexisten ....
cof Punahou, and trust that ail will feel it a
Priviiece to assist, in every possible way. in rlaemg
the College in a situation to extend its sphere of use-fa'-e
mons the orations spoken on the occasion,
wV-c 'all were Excellent and gave PrvKf cf close study
and talent.-we nmy be allowed to particularu-e one
which, bv the superior manner of handling the sub
ject an 1 the earnestly eloquent delivery of the speak
er cave us most pleasure. And rerh,Ps, too taere
-something in the fact cf the fitness of the theme.
The Uses of AJversitv," to a young man about to
launch out into life. the world before him. where
to choose," that interested our sympathies. How
ever, we came away with the impression that Mr
Gulick-s oration was the rhetorical gem cf the even
ing, and trust it may be clothed in the majesty of
ty'pe." We will not undertake to particularize farther
t'be other exercises of the evening, beyond the asser
tion that we have seldom or ever heard a more
charmingly executeJ duet man mi v. ...."
Id that mv love," by those two young
bird-like warblings will long echo in
who listened to the song.
Japan. ly the Z t we 1
from Japan to April o. There bad Lee, "f1
arlray between the Japanese and soroe frw.
which two Putch captains were kiile.J.tnt t'
disturbances was anticipate. The a-,
thence both if the scenery tf the cc nt rj"
prospects of business are very fa verity r
that all our re-ider.ts not rMy.i..
"a"B ta.v .
, and leave, notwithstanding the oraitH,c pr.
of the Budget." We hear of two U-.l-
of the Budget." W e hear of two aire., t
for passage, including our quixi-ca! f,...
trar of Public Accounts need .2.n, though he
was very glad to take he jlace for 2.HHt a a
time, when all were more rr.jrou and em
t lovi.ierit more abundant than at rresent. Now
fctake in the community ? did he Lave any jr-- he m-ed- an avi.-Unt to help him keep the record
VTX5 r or personal, the value of which w of the disbur.--ment of .-Ci ',, which as-isrunt
to Ije in:luencJ by the public prosj-rity? If we
r-meiiib..-r correctly, he Lad but recently held
ofhee in this country under the Uni'ed S'tat-s;
Government, and Lad taken Letters-denizen Lere,
not taking the oath of a stihj-ct, in orb.r
that Le might hold the bonds of union with this
country a. light a, j-wible. inSuenced to r-.-main
Lere, fx-cau-e that .4,XJ p-r year was much
b-yon J what lie could Lore for in the State of II-
must be j -aid $lo.. Have they any friend in
view for this ne-.v place? If it is not already
promised, it would be well to Lire an extra clerk,
to reg:.-t-r the nam-s of arrlicant. f r it. It will
be seen that our Financier r juir-.-s for himself
the salary of a Lead of a I.-jartment at Wash
ington ; yet we think that we may a-sume, al-
thoii-h we d j .: UirSieiitly, that Li duties are
L-K arduous his rlace le.ss t-recariou. jir.d Ki
trenchment in their personal expe-n?s, l-c-iue
Comj.-lI.d to do it, in jart, by tlie suicidal
policy which the ministry is .'-.-eking to fasten on
the Country a policy which will ja destroy
what little commerce and j rosp-rity we have.
The r-ople. each and every one of them, have
an interest in these matters of v.jting the public
fun is, as well a- in the rate of tax-s imp.sed on
them in the shape of duties. Kitty yrsun
whether he ? a r.-sid-nt r a suhj.-ct. bus a right
to di-eiiss the-.- matters, and seek retrenchment.
The Constitution distinct v s.iv :
'1 !.4 the r.cht.
A r.r. 4. Ail tn-r. :
j-.ao.-ui !e tnatn.r to a---n:-.v. m-;;i
th. C'li-tD'-n ; iv i:.-:rati: -i.
a:i-i f. l.tioti the K.rig " r th- Lt
Itr.- a:it -
Ir. an .r-l-r'T and
;:t ni . . r.-i.Mii: i!j-.n
ti:-:r K- I -reset !a::vv
.suture f ra rean-ss of
1) EF.t RT I" R EN.
May S3 A bark Tank. Lorrtt. for Saa Francucn.
21 Haw krij Miry dlrn. fccr.ntt. fr.r icvr-a. V. I.
23 Oca .frtiw Merr.U, fcorrea, (ur iiio via LahaiLaV a.vl
21 Prfc rlnuna Kw.kr. Cbawirk. Koea ria Ijhair.a,
U3 eb M-xari, Kaa-dal.. t awiliwa. aad Kutcaw
a cb Kawoa au, pta oa Kaoai.
M JapaCT ilraiarr Kamluuaarraa. Kaa-La-tarro, 1 ,r
acip IjMit Viae a. Linndl. f Bakr'a Iaiar.J.
aft Ktt Kaaaoi. W abor. I Lalif.a.
2V Ifcb 11.1 F-Uow. Cabdaav. fr ftvt oa Eaoaa.
'3 ra Kalnna. Auuuo, fa li.lo, Jiawau.
2 h Mana, M-4tea. P t Lahaina.
l Arb Maauaawat. kcilrj. ( Kobala.
Brit hark lale Fraacr. Ahm'Tr. s-r Saa Fratjcic-j
30 iSib il-k.c.lii, H'rttrrhcr, t-. iva' uiiu.
ois. Had Le s manag.-l LL own affairs, as to r-ponsibility k onerous, whilst it ha general v ! " Ail men," of any cr-e-d and cf e very nation,
bevn K-lieve-J that the city iu which our Minister who live here-
live, is exj-.n.-ive for one in tub-lie station, ; subj.-ct; and sue
ana the government Le serves lese able to tav. residents and me
Iiy the budget, it will require .f y,72 for sala
ries a.s abjve, to disburse CoO,Umi (in round
numU-rs.) Kt Low many men in this kingdom,
would be thankful to do the work for 2,000,
and furnis.li the U-st of l-.nd for their fidelity?
IIoW manv men in Honolulu, wr.rlr ...rlo in. I
with anxiety, this MinL-ter who Las placed r.ew Ltff at VarisJ !inJ .y ac.
w uj.. u,., au.a promts i , iiujaf still more, n,jt m t .... , uitft ,.f un offi bllt turnini,
ind.c-a by Lis -budget" that the tax--. Lave not Vi t!li9 t!i3tt an ,thor ,0 ansWer
oevn iuw to meet. m nwiii..-s oi iri..-.uMie-.ir- t;WlSf Landling more moriev than tosses through i and s-i-k to guard our own interests, the interests
vice, wnicn is me common gooeJ, Mit merely that tiie public Treaurv. f,r K-m than -M.oi t, r led our whaling 11 -et, as well as the interests of
...l . : . . ' . l . 1 t 1 r
a e ji. oeiutiu mat iik inx'i no iiee-j oi a-iviee a
to Low Le should manage the ali'airs of the king
dom ? At the time alluded to, careful men fore
told a time of dejretion did the prophet sjreak
truly? and is the wort nw past? Or do we
ljk forward with distrust to the future? at this
juncture, after a year, in which each one of us
Las felt hin.s-.-lf compelled to curtail -xr-ne, and
iq presence of a year which is looked forward t j
'they could, two or three years since scarce.y have
hoped to have obtained at these Island. The itirlu-
' ence of the Amateur Musical Society cf this city, of
which society several of the cider pupil are mem
lers, has contributed, undoubtedly, to the advance
ment of the pupils. Messrs. Has-Iocher and Waldau.
. as educators, are a great acquisition to the coiuiuuni
ty. and we venture to hi. re that they may become
established anr ng us.
When we have epeken cf the proficiency of the
mere advanced cla-ses, cf curse, by inference, we:
have st- ken in the same way of those not so far ad
vanced, since it is only by traveline on the right read
; that any can attain to favorable results. Your Com
mittee f -and on the ground the indefatigable Pastor
cf the Fort Street Church, who, notwithstanding the
arduous laK-rs of carinz fcr a large congregation,
takes up. n himself the duties of Teacher cf Dsbhcal
History thus benefiting the Institu'ion, by his pre
sence "and counsel, and shaming many others who
have more time to devote to the cause, and should
have equal interest in it.
Tiie most pleasing feature in the examination was
to -ee the Voune ladies of the school contending so
suecesstul: v with tneir nrotners ana inenos. m
The Last Regatta. The race which was an
nounced in our hast to take place on Wednesday be
tween Mr. Foster's Quick sltp and the King's gig,
citue otTat 4 P.M. of that day, the boats starting at
the spar buoy aud pulling, each with six oars, to a
line with the esplanade pier. Quick step was man
ned by a crew from the se of France, and the
King's" boat by a native crer, steered by David Kala
kaua. The latter won the race, coming in about
two lengths ahead. Mr. Foster appears to have
been unfortunate in selecting a crew for the occasion,
who were not iu working trim, having not yet re
covered from the effects of their victory on the day
previous. The race does not prove, under the cir
cumstances, any superior qualities in the winning
boat, nor it is a fair test of the " beefiness of the fel
lows" manning the rival gigs, and we learn that her
owner is ready to try her again.
Death op J. W. E. Maieai. We regret to an-
i . J". ,i ; rice of scholarship. Your Committee cannot enter- nounce the death of this young Nobleman. He had
, nave a riJiiit i j steaw on trie , , , 1 t i .i . ,v ...
... n. 1 . , . tarn a durbt that the presence of both sexes iu the alrPajv distinguished himself for superior judg-
uch being the case the forcgn is ,y adxAI ,taRWUS to each ment.'and the King and Chiefs began to place much
merchants of H-nolulu ought im- ; In conclusion, rn,.t us to suggest that the tench- 8 nf rMh ftina.
; mediately to assemble and petition the King and
. L-.-gi-lature to redress the grievances which
threaten them and our commerce. The House
of Iiepres.-ntativi nee'l the ' moral st:jjH..rt"
: of the j ul lie in resisting the r r..j c s.-d changes in
in.frnolPm U.uaes should, in our opinion, be confidence in him. He was a graduate or ianaina-
h 6xel fict in the schxl, and the learning of them lma, and at the time of his death, held the office of
free to all, and indeed required of all attendants. A Adjutant-General, and was also a member of the
House of Nobles. He died on the 27 tb, aged about
S2 vears. and as one of the Nobles remarked, his
Son. Watfr and Foi ntains. Now t. .
has all melted, and the weather is resum'Lj it, j.
heat, some eoolkig leverage will be wr.i
supply the want, Mr. McLean has ftted cp
apparatus, formerly ownei by Mr. Kinny, J?
prepare-! to supply dealer? as cf old. J. jj Sc
Co., have also fi;ted up a neat sod a-f.-nntain,'. aj
store, corner of Fort and Hotel sftta ,
. , rr!ibi a
riiHF: rXDEKSIfiXKI) IIEREBT ClTi-.
JL notice that he u aNmt to cl -ie !., hamaew. ai
requests, all lrs. inilebte.1 tj Irm. In n.xi ;Ta-ia!!?
the first day of Ju? net ; aril nil perjQi ta-j.
upon him. are reiueted iu pr.seiit tljeia. aaa
rou s.yn I'R.vxcisroi
THK FAST SAILING CHOOSER
22. Tar AVct,
Capt. POItTEK, having a i-rti.-c vt ber fre-rbi
will fail for the alve iort. .n or ah-ut
Turadnr, June Sib.
For freight or pisiifr-e aj-ply to
210-lt C. A. H.F .fXM
RIKU'LAR L1XF. OF PACKETS FOR
VICTORIA, V. I.
little more attention to distinct enunciation would be
Ib pirig that this slisiht crircism, where there is so
much to commend, will be kindly reeeive-1, an l ex
our tariff, uiid the high salary budget of the pressing the sincerest hope f.-.r the future prosperity
Minister of Finance ; and the sooner they meet
in Council, the better. We shall j rove traitors
to the public interests, if we fail to m-et t n masse.
death is a public loss, for he was one of our best
of vour institution, we remain
Your ob't servt's,
Charles C. IIarkis.
G. P. Jcdd.
Ho.voLCLr, Oatn. May 23,
Bchooorr aVawar&amrAa report: Left Honolulu April IT
rwa 4owa witb a frrah traJ viod aad ihtd Jbbaano Iilan l
4er th few t4 the I aland, at 1PM. A errct obarrrau'.a
taaea dariac war ay, placed tb aarborare ia 14 ' M .V , W.
Umg. 249 9 24- April 27th. gnt oodrrway tut Honolulu, w.-.l,
H paaaenrrra. Winil tqually, and aauot N. F,ara ry ruiph.
iwura at aotraa, aaoai, oo toe XKQ, mtyi procured prorliioGt,
wbicb had le oooaoBM-1. iw ty-ra and rrew having been
a bort anowabCo Far about tea day. IV-ached Uocoluia
Arr a puaaaytof 31 day.
XT Bark Jtnnf F -rd. left at Teekalrt Lip Tor'tut, loa.1-
iaf buaocr aod par ir China- Hare ha.1 fresh wind
tbroagbwat the paaaaire-
ZT Btark Zot left Kanaka w a April 30. Hare bad Kroo?
aeothrrly wicala nearly ail the paaaaffe. fixated ooe Ttaat I
dorian t!ve paaaa up.oaed ber to be a whalrr.
Vraatla Eiprrlrd frwaa Fwreiga Part.
Le, Lis friends and emj loye, and the e-mjloyees
of Lis friend, may increa-e their j-ersonul incomes
whilst ours is being eery month diminished.
Unfortunately, the coup-? of the honorable
S.-cretary of the Kxchfju r, Las thus far )-. n
viewed by the ru.tin only with dis.tr j.jintment
and chagrin, -ae-i act ad iir g 1 1 the dis.ij j-.int-lae-nt
cause-l by its jreeursor. KIetate-1 to honor
and jwer, under the jrettigeof a comjarativelv
Larmle-ss, and pe-rhars even satisfacb Ty adminis
tration of an office under the American CJovrn
ment. which rwjuir-d little more tlian i full
knowledge of pasting erento to enable Ils incum
bent to jroperly 11 it- duti., Le entered on Lis
trust with the fullest confidence of the p-ojle,
year, and without a clerk t j assist them at an ad
ditional Ktlarv of .12oo.
In addition t j this expenditure for disburs.?-
iients, it is to cost over .2o.f00 t. e-oilect from
the Uu-:,ms .l.'ij, .', alwavs rovided they ---t
that auiount; but the mp-ns; of Collectinir is
sure, though the Mini-t.-r (..e jage 5) d-es
slig'htly distrust whether Lis receipts from cus
toms wnl equal Lis estimates. It is necessary
fr the-e luxurious gentlemen, that every one
a'jut them, should wear a pleased and contented
look. Hence, although th-r tnwuii on the
...i.. i..!.. .1 ... . f A C. 1. l
c rvuairu oi u icw who uo not come in en
the whole nation.
TIIE KlXfS M'EECII
To the Legislature of lGO.
N" ulks ash llr.i ke-fntati vis :
In accroiiiii-e witii tii- Constitution, I have
called Vuu together in Legislative assembly.
It is with jjl-'a;.; that I make known to you
that my relations with Foreign lou-rs are in an
aniir.il.lt! and sati. lacbTV j ositioti, and to tlie re
trt.rt of my Minist.-r of Foreign Affairs I direct
your attention f.,r informati'.n in relation to the
Department under hi care.
I lie Cliicf t w.-iice iu li is r.'t.rt lni4ien uu-
Schools for Girls. The establishment of the
Makiki Family Schoi.l partially supplies a want which
has long existed, and if the accommodation now of
ferel there is not sx.n taken up, we shall be greatly
, disappointed. There is a laree number of native and
A Splendid Boat. The Flying: AIL.t brought
from San Francisco one of the handsomest-modeled
gig-boats we have ever seen here. Capt. Linnel in
forms us that while in Hongkong, this boat outsailed,
on several trials, everything that was put up against
her. Negotiations are being had to purchase her,
aud she will probably reaiain here.
An Oddity. Mr. II. C. Crabb, who takes pride
in choice fowls, has shown us the product of one of
half-caste children in Honolulu alone, who cannot be his Shanghae hens, which is an egg six inches in
properly trained and educated at home, and who,
without such training and education, are almost cer
tain to grow up to usele?sce-s, if not to something
worse. They should be placed under the best possi
ble influences, while young, and no sensible parent
can evr regret having expended money in giving a
good education to his child ; but we fear there are
many in the Hawaiian Islands, who. will deeply re-
length. It resembles a white beet, tapering to a ,
point, the upper part of it being perfect, or covered j
with shell aud the tapering part without a shell.
U. B. M.' chip Calypao, Mo&trt, aailed (rim Panama via
Asa hark Cor.ntitutpio. , would 1-are Pert Towcaeod
Jt Jane 1. with a carro of lum-vrr V I Ioooi.il a.
aa bri-ant.ae Joacptuac, klwe, due frocn Baaer'a I-a&d ahoot
Am ateaavrr K.lanea. Buah, Railed frm New lAadoo Jao. 5, to
.. a. e iiiuuaa a u inae in all Jlay.
Britiab bark liwun. Miller, aaiUt frora Lagad Feb. 6, witb
a raro f ird to J anion, tjr-eii a Co.
Am ah.p Satamel Robertaura, laber, aailed from Botoo Jan. 24,
VESSELS I.V I'ORT-MAT 31.
!.. -., II t .. I.. t I . .
..un .jul.a no.ioraoiy anu justly oflilS dut rs for S IKK). Inn.t n,.vi- 1. illlih
. I - " . " .....v ir. ..... ,
the public has met only with disaj jintm. nt.
We Lave received from tLe Minister of Finance
a Cfjy of Lis 44 Bi nn.nl Rprt to tLe I-gisla-
ture of 1 " ," which we publish on our first l-ago.
The report opns with a statement of the re-
c-ij U and e-xjnditures for the pact two vears.
The items can be learned by reference to the re-
j.rt and to the table A on our first page, in
which to save sf-ace, we Lave united the tables of
exjienditures for the past tiro ye-ars, and the ex
pected receipts for the two coming years, putting
the amounts in be-pa rate columns. The total for
the receipt, are as follows :
Rtetiptt nf tbr Trury Jor th two year rniinj
.yf irck iO, 1'J.
lt. Ea'.aoee oa hand fr m former terra, rjl'a 24
tod Miacellauec.ua recti pu t5.511 e.S
Sid. Amount lrr.w 7ij.r;5o oo
tact with themsi lves. the Custom House Store- : eral view .d the adiiiiinstratioii of toe lei artment
01 law. mere are some portions oi tlie report to
whicli I desire to call your special attention. Ily
reference to the comparative view of convictions
keeq.-r, who entered cheerfully on the discharge
Ccriositie. Lovers of the marvelous will have
an opportunity of having their curiosity gratified
when the goods by the Zoe are opened, as she has
brought the finest collection of useful, pretty and
gret, when it is too late, the having neglected those curious articles, ever ecen, here or elsewhere. They
to whom they were bound either by natural or legal wiJ1 probably be sold at auction soon.
more time t look aft- r
Lis drays, in which iusins Le is an industrious,
energetic- and us-ful citizen, and sets a commend
able example t the community, lie it to have an
asitant S'tor .".-ej-r at .f-fo. "V? would re
commend that the Minisfr advertise for a faithful
and industrious man, at 00 i r working dav,
calling a working day from 0 A. M. to 4 I'. M.,
no deduction for rain or accidents ; and we think
that the number of apt li.-ations will enlighten
him, with regard to the financial condition of i the afJuirs of Lis department fur the last two
the country. And his business :irir,rehi.r.i. .n la-ill i two years.
a x I Tl'.. II : .1
x lie iiiiain i.n
c.titained therein, vou will observe that two
; class-o of oir.-n.-.-. against the laws constitute
' m arly two third of tiie whole. numr.-r of convic
i tioiis. The inevitable effect of these offenses is to
'demoralize and d--.try the eople, and I would
; designate as well worthy of your careful consid
eration and ad.ption, the recoiniuendatioli.s of
j the Chief Justice in relation to such amendments
. or alterations of the existing laws us will tend to
I eradicate or diminish the.'' evils,
j The report of the Minister of the Interior will
furnish vou with full information in relation to
Am Lark , fuuh.
Am barkenutie Jenny FonL Moor.
Aa bark Waahiaru. Alia boo. Hoods.
Am bark t'onrrt. Smith.
Am miaaioaarT packet Morning Star, fiillett.
Am cb Far Wcat, l'.rw.
Haw wh bark Cynthua, Lowe.
FruaTaakaLat per J-nuy F'T.I. May 2" 1S7.T29 ft rough
Umber, 84,371 ft dmaed do, 4,6i picket, iO,ijO tm,g', ao J
I cawa nxlae.
From Maactaat per M.riin- Star, May 13 ? cord re-
wouu, i'mi poanuiiu, 1 tms pJaat.
Foe a Faaf-rar-o per Tank". May 23101 hale po o, 10
"!" wool. IS bna plaater. 32,i3 ft inr, 4.S.JO fall aolaae.
is cam aictoi, noi pere, t pica anape.irte-1.
For ! Faaaer-a-,, ia ut fnuc. May CO 4jO ton
roaa, aj n koa aunner.
f rartro per Tai.k. May S 1 Plank. P K-!!y.
W llano. J Lowe. J Luo.ley. R C llaell. MraJ Ladd an-1 mm.
Jira ibo. !penoer, Y VjukUm, K II ln-ydayte, Mr and Mr
Oarrett. II porter.
From r a a per Far Tet, May -a Capt W C Stona, Jas D
From JoHiaoVa I.imd te, Kamehameha IV. Mav 7 II
naavarj and wu, ti Grant, T W lutr, W 11 Dunn, H Jocaaon,
n rernajvie. aa4 10 Hawaiian.
Frum P"t T..whd, V. 1. per Jenny F.d. Slay 2S g II
Dowa-.-U. tieo Kiaely and 2 chtMren. 3 liawaiiana.
For S Faa-iM-o per l.l of Fraore. May 30 3 A Pnu-h-
elt, W Coracr, K Keejran, V Imnn, Thoni.oo, R. Inclrr.
For fin per Nettie Merri!. May 21 Mr B Ait Liodsry bad
wife. W White- and wife. E bi-bD.
From Laaama per Maria. May 27 Mr Cataio Bryant, E
T.jCiI iwija It two year), f oioyjlS yj
From this it appears that the b fittmatf rertnw;
of the kingdom for the two ye-ars lSoS and hJ,
was only oSo,SO.j 72 or 292,932 b'j j-r an
The expenses of the government, during the
same pe-riod. Lave been ,CAZJ)fS 40, or 221,-
54-1 21) pf.-r annum, exceeling the regular receipts
.428,011 ?A j-r annum '. and yet the mini-ter
" con,ratuIatsj the Legislature and the country
upn the improved coiidition of our financial af-
aiT.iirs, a shown by the stati-ric !"
The rej-ort next informs us what is the amount
of the public debt, which is as follows:
F.irhe.ier hill. 4ic . Imrii.g 12 r cent- iii-.er-.t, $1.j.075 2J
1 l.ta fi-.t drawing- iwten at.. T. o
51otiey btT-wed ll.e new Water Work,.. 2o.0"JU UJ
Baoot.4 At Papataao. laland of Maul. on nnday, 20th Ir.at ,
Henry L. Bnk. a.-e.l CI year, a aatire of EngUad, aixl 24
year a ivaident nt UVve talaod.
From Victokia. By the Jenny Ford, we have
Victoria d.te to May 5. A census taken recently
makes the population cf Vancouver Island 2,834
omewliat scalier than is generally thought The
hip R1 Rover bad arrive.! from Hongkong, with
dates to about the middle of March, bringing later
neva than we bare noticed elsewhere. We quote the
following from the Colonut :
Lara roc it Chi.xa. By the arriTsd cf the ship
Red Rover from Hongkong, we learn that two Brit
ish gun-boau had been fired into and sunk near Fort
Peibo. The boata were sounding for a channel at
the time, and the Chinese cpened fire upon them
from a masked lattery. The Red Rover brought
335 Chinese passengers . and five other vessels were
loadinz for this port at the time she left.
Fbom Prorr Socsd. We are indebted to Capt.
Moore tor Port Townsend papers to May 9. We no
tice nothing in them beyond the local news, other
than the following items : Sailed May 4 for Hilo,
Hawaii, bri- Manuela, witb 126.681 feet rough
I' Tha nrarolaM fall tha hniLtinn kaine ml'"''
ar cntnmodteaia. witb ample yard room attiw-Lfrom Victoria,
at loin ber, etc. aad aa a bononu ataod U allowa- . n
paaaed. being; (itoated on the corner of Queen and FT ,n J9
Wbitl now hecomlna- the cen'cr of ha.iM In H.in.nortttory
Terma liberal. Poaauetioo g-'.roa ixameiWely. Fr iu .
mrtieelMeH9To JAM Ed BIotETT, M
S44-W . Agent. ,
Total debt, ls,7T7 SO
The Minister do-s not think that the la.-t item
of .i2i,000 ought t i iriehid.-d n the public
debt ; but the j-eople, who w ill !; r-quir"d Vt set
tle th bill, with at least 12 j r cent, int-rest on
it, will think very differently. The public debt,
therefore, of the Hawaiian Jovcrnment on the
1st of April, 1SG0, was
$128,777 30 I
DravwiMic trr l I.OOO inlerral prr nnnuiu!
.Such is tfie 'improved condition of our finan
cial affairs' as shown by the statistics of the
Treasurer ! .Such is the "imjroved condition'
in whi'-h we find the nation at the end of n.-arly
two- years administration of His Kxee-IIency D. I.,
Had the Minister pau d here, and recouim' nd
ed a curtailment in our exj nditur.s. Lad lie
shown a disposition to r.-treneh and to save, s-
that the government might T' carri.-l on without
incurring more debt, the public might have had
lesd can. of dissatisfaction with the administra
tion of this department, than it now Las. IJut
so fir from any retrench rn nt Laving l n j ro--s..-d,
much less dreamed of, by the Minister, we
find in the Ludg-t of estimat.-d exj nditur.-s for
the next two years as prepared by him, an in
crease re"ornmenled in the salariesof government
officers, amounting in souie cases to fifty jtr cmt.
on the sums note paid !
Any person of ordinary sense, in making up
the estimates for the two coming years, would
have taken as a basis th average reeeipw f.,r the
two years past, (after deducting whatever money
hadKvn borrowed.) which, as we have shown,
were about 293,Ot) per annum, and if the j ro
ped cxi-nditures exe-eeled that sum,b)ldly ad
vovate some rctrenelnnent. IJut inst.-.id of this
courje, the Minister, on page three of Lis report,
figures up the total recei pts for the next two years,
as 7oG,353 52; tvrnake up which sum he proposes
to fiortoic no less than 7y,0 Ml Now, there is
not a man in the kingdom, Insidcs the honorable
Minister, wjio lielievcs that the treasury receipts
of the next two years, will equal those of the last
two, unless resort is had to loans. And yet we
h him prwnting his budget, and cnlling for an
re somewhat sharj.-ne-l when he sees with what
tenacity the present incumbent will hold on,
even at a reduced salary. He will find that
he is the best kind of Financier, and that he
woull not ); so unwise as to give up a place
that yields him ,-1o(j0, and gives him a mo
nojKily of carting all the goods, which are to
1: received into, or delivered from tlie Govern
ment .Store Hons..
We are told on page 5th of the Miniters re
port, that but little increase to the Revenue is to
Is? exjrf-cted from imr-orts, which we take to le a
distinct admission, that there will ; less import
ation. Yet the Custom House guard is to have
.2'lO, though he sought the place at .i 1200, and
is, to have an assistant to watch these fewer shir.s
at a charge of .1700. The Deputy Collector
(a new officer) is to Lave .2o0i instead of 2001),
f r his f.-w-i-r entries. And to have two clerks to
help him, at .41500 and .12O0 p r annum, an
aggregate additional cl.arge itn the Treasury,
We presume that is on the same; principal of
having pleasant faces uloiit theui, that the
Chief Justice, now in r.-c ipt of .45000 i ad
vanced a thousand dollars, (1k it reineinbere.1,
that the- salary of a judge of the Supreme Court
by the Constitution, can never lo reduced.) We
are strengthened in this idea, by olwTving that
the lab jri.uis A-soi i.ite Justice has none of the
benefit of the golden stream, which in thei-xuiicd
imagination of the Minister, is to flow in npm
Lis friends, with a current po strong and full.
D riot the interests of an absentee need looking
The receipts from the new internal taxes,
w re, (sw iig.' 3,) .415. 05'.! 13. We draw the
inference that these taxes w-re not pro.s. l and
laid for the Public U-nefit. but for the benefit of
the gentlemen at the Government Hon.-, since
they ue up the sum of 42.5oo in the incr.-ase
of their salaries, saying nothing of .4700O con
templated iner.-a.' exj-er.diture of tlie Custom
House. IJut, says the Minister, we are oblig.-d
prospects of the country, .:s
exhibited in the r j.ort of the Minister of Fi
nance, are satisfactory, and I would particular
ly direct to your favorably consideration his sug-g'-stion
that provision be made for paying off out
standing liabilities as they become due. I would
als call t-j your attention, for careful considera
tion, his suggestions in relation to the assessments
and collection of taxes, and in relation to the
transit duties; also to the propised alteration in
the mode of remunerating District Justices.
The all-imprt.tiit subject ..f Education now
occuj i-s the- public mind with more than usual
interest, and I pirticularl v recommend to your
favorable notice the suggestions of the President
of the Board of Kdueutioii, with reference to sub
stituting Knglish b-r Hawaiian schools, in so far
a may be practicable, and also in relation to the
granting of Government aid towards iiid.p iid. nt
schools f.r the -ducation and moral training of
1'hroii 'h tii ' laudable efforts of a number of
relations, or by both. It would seem to I unneces
' sary to remind any at all acquainted with the influ
ences to which the native children are unavoidably
exposed, that if they are to be virtuous, industrious
and respectable in after life, their proper every-day
education must commence early, be constant, and
long continued ; for leurn they it-ill either good or
evil, and at the very best, they will learn too much
of the latter. While the majority have neglected their
children almost altogether, others have made a good
beginning, but have erred fatally, in withdrawing
their children from school, and the watchful care of
their instructors, at an early age, and their half
completed education has in some cases, only served
to make their subsequent disgrace conspicious. Let
us hoje that many have learned wisdom by experience.
We are happy to know that their Majesties the
King and Queen, the most intelligent of the chiefs,
and many of the foreign residents have interested
themselves in the establishment of family schools for
girls. Having seen the inndequacy of all other sys
tems of education that have been tried, and knowing
that such family schools, if well tried and supported,
will accomplish the end desired, they have liberally
contributed the means to start the Makiki school,
and hope that those most directly interested will sup
port it by placing their children there, and pa-ing
the reasonable charges for board, tuition, ic. No
body expects to make any money out of this enter
prise, but something vastly better than money may
be made and saved out of it, or by it.
These remarks have been suggested bv the adver
tisement of the Trustees of the Makiki Family S.-hod,
Strawberries. Mr. Holstien wishes us to say,
that he sends strawberries in on Wednesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays of each week, aud those wishing
berries in quantities of ten quarts or more, can ob
tain them by giving notice.
Bums. We notice some very p.retty birds brought
by the Zi from Japan. Among them Canaries,
beautiful Java Sparrows, a Japanese Robin, (resem- ; Mattock
bling the Cat-bird or Mocking-bird of South Carol i- ' '''''r,
... Cooierv hammer.
iia, ; una o lue oiucr tuiicuca.
THE FAST SAILING A M E RICAX BARK
r. .fenny Ford,
C. II. MOORE, Muter, will sil for the abote pit, at
Tnrnlnr, June olh.
For freight cr passaps arp'y to
210-tf H. n.CKrELD t CO.
S. O. HALL
WILL RECEIVE PEIl
SHIP " SAMUEL ROBERTSON V
J. R. TAIiER.Mi.airr,
rwMIE FOl.hOWIVC WELL SELECTED
1 invo.ee of MKltCHANMSE. to iLich the a-ooto si,
public is reyjKtful'.y invite.l :
Tinned saucepan. waft!e inn,
CariH-nters' prin.lst m , tamily do,
Molasses puin.. puanl-d red lanten-.a.
Axe liatrhet;.. ronn.l j.-int api.'le..
Llin.l fat.. ho; s-eat a i4'-f.
Bakers', ra ..n, (rr-avy and it j at-ra,
Sa.lilie rone Ink.
Hydrant h and pit,
Window line, Imn hrace.
Luttnecht's lea;! pencils. Fih liix-s.
Enatn.-led tmeeliTiu na?. Bull hract,
llawl's liriw-e. with and extract tutat,
without hits. Emery har.
Ru'.Iht icket cnnil., Shnker talik Bias.
Worsted ne.ilk, l'alra leaf taa.
Il-vk? -iTi.l eye, Ire pic.
Lin:nsr nails, Jar ket lanta,
Lress huttons, t:uiy laaata,
lVarl s'i rt huttTi, Iva hoaitn,
Awl, chisel, halchet, a lze aoJ J.ipanne.1, ilrerd. ivory aid
whalers sp.vle handles. t.ne carrisre knots,
Patry japirer. shavinz boxes. Crochet needle,
I. R- uT combe, do hair pins, !r pe!!-T trfTK-il. twsaen,
Fine ivc y cmb, Siii-er thimbles, stHruo,
Machine oilers, dust pans. f'eptvr boxes, snertacls,
Oillott's steel ih-us. Children' I. R. comb,
rK.ts, eri 1
fumacea. brass cks,
Ip.ii cUmp screws, hoc h..
Brass wire pauze, bristle bmLS.
Shi serajH?rs. baj, hiin.l d'T. ch-t,
wardn.1. western eagle, eniirrar.t ami rnrtl
nipht latch lorks, brass an.1 iron jia.llo.-ka. mor
tise .icr l-K-ks with crsulc han.11.9, brick trowel, city
bolt, larpe and small rawhide. saws, paper wehu,ov
biiiHiii.n rules, te-piiinj, bnd au.l a.'.dler' nil. r.sor
harieners, wanlrol h'ks. flicks, !ated irstcil
planes, handled smooth planes, enameled
duck, toilet an.l shavine -p, scrub,
crumb, hair, paint. W. W.. plue,
horse and fiesh brushes, ehue
ers. house bells.
Pray hamea-1, chatkline reels. ! p chains.
Iron cart boxes. C. S. iwrden rakes, meat hooks.
sand paper, shoe punches, sand stones.
Corner chisels, iron srr-w bits, countersink,
Brass screw eyes, brass escutcbeon pins,
Cuttinc nipple. seb hrmer and ork--t firmer chiseii,
Shoe pincers. Itritish lustr.- fh'f knires,
Stcei shr nails. Mason's blnckin?, French calf skies.
Cocoa and buck handle butch- r knives,
Ivory handle table and dessert knivss.
Screw wri-iK-h. rt. S. 10. li 15. IS and 21 inch,
Ilar-.ess and bridle buckles, prub picas.
II. .1 screws.
Stabbiso Case Last week, a womt.ii was stab
bed by her step-daughter, on Lanai. She has been
visited ty Sheriff Treadway and Dr. Hutchison, of
Lahaina, and although the wound was deep, yet the
Doctor thinks she will recover.
Thanks. We are indehtel to Capt. Lionel!, of
the Flyins Afi.-t, Messrs. McRuer i Merrill, C. TY.
Brooks, and F. W. Laid, of San Francisco, for late
To be Launched. The repairs on the steamer
Ptle having been completed, she will be launched at
high tide to-day about 12 M.
Iron and copper rivet,
Jewelers' round files.
Round, square and mill
Tarr saw files.
Britaiiuia il lamps.
Ioul'le pointed matiras
nee.ll.-s. pricker pads
A kins' brn.lawis, 20 tools,
pilv.-red call bells.
Shot, l'ur"r.t'.s powder,
Ceiar.l' d lanterns.
Bras lamp chain.
Clasps and staples.
Tip ned spurs,
Rein f naps.
A tie pull,
K7 For List of Letters in the Post office, see
jrivaO- individuals whom I take this first j ublic in this paper, and may apply with equal force to the
opportunity of thanking several establishments schools which .are being estai.lishe 1, r s...ri maybe
of t Lis latter description have !een instituted dur
ing the past year ; and although thus far little
more than a commencement in the g'M.d work has
In.-en mud', their pr.'gres has leen satisfactory.
I dwell on this subject, Nobl.-s and Representa
tive., becau-e our v-rv existence as a -fij.le Ie
p'lids on the youthful training of the future
mothers of our land, and that must not be? je-o-I-urdied
through lack of effort on our art.
To your careful consideration I recommend the
t rops.-d amendments t- the Constitution, as j.ass
ed by the hist I-gisl.itur-.
The (tin-en's II ..sf ital," at Honolulu, insti
tuted f.r tlie r.-lief of the si.k and indigent, h.t
row be-n in oj . ruti n for nine month, and to
this praiseworthy institution 1 dir. ct ymir atten
tion, that suitable j r.. i.-ioii in aid thereof may
! made in the biennial estimate, with :t i-w
also that branch Disj .-nsari. s may be established
at other place. in the Kingdom.
In conclusion, Nhb-s and U.-pr.-s. ntatives, I
trust that in your .h liN rations on the necessary
business that may coiii" before you, you will
on the other island ; and it is a sulject which
should be kept before the people," and we hot
that the Representatives of the people, will take
large slice off from the propose! appropriation for
the military and other exhorbitant items, and give it
in aid of the above mentioned, and other similar
From Lahaina. Letters from Lihaina state that
tlie .fe At, rril came in sizht off tint port 1 hursday
moriiinsr, 2J minutes ahead of the IZnnnn lioo'.e,
which was about the same difference as at their start
from Honolulu. In pas-iicr through the doldrums,
however, the Km ma got the advantage of a hitter
breeze, and anchored about six m-nute ahead of the
A i 'if, thus by luck be.atinjr the latter some 25 min
ute, on the pa-ige up. I'retty close sailing that.
Though the Km ma has not been beaten yet, it is but
fair to say that in the three trips made thus far by
the .Tie, between this port and Lahaina, s!,e has
appeared off the latter port on each occasion before
f-. IMtOTKC TIOX HOOK tI 1.11).
-ffl-jLx '1'r e'ompany No. 1! Attention; A r-pular
fy-'Cf? Monthly Meetin? of this Cm-.faiiy will be held at
t:i- ir r..o. M. n.lay ev. -i .1:1 June 4. at 7s o'c!-k.at which all
the in-!iil rr are r qn-.su J to xtteixl. 1'irord. r.
OTIC i: !
rilHK l'M)KltM(;KI) HAS APPOINT-' D
ft Mr. CK Kir. WILLIAMS, to act for him in thr.
ill ' r.t..n,liii;
debts and accunts.
E. II. BOYI.
cmbine care with dipateh. and I will join with 10 A. M.
! you in siijj licating the IIupt of all nations f.r
! that wi.-doiu which will best direct vour efforts.
The Sieimih Kanoinmarrah. This Japanese
steamer which hal leen looked for for some time, ar-
' -Iml r.r, tl.r, ........ I r. . . . f la ? I HFpu.,, fr-rm
tj eiiurir- uic tuaru riaii'mni u ih.ii siii i s. c .rmer- I , ,, . . , , , , , ,
, , . , , , . an 1-rancisco. She is hiirk-rigged, and after the
ly charge.! to each vessel, on the lreasurv, 1 , , , .' . , , .
J e -i- it - ! recent thorough overhauling which she received at
iweausv oi iu- n-.v. nvait. jio iiiucii win i . ii.i l ,im...i 1 i .... ......i.i i.
.-laic 171.111 1, 'l '-C1113 TV rjei.iuj.u t'l L ..ai .i. lilies roue; liiijc ou ..ti v. iv.nu. ii.cotl tj. v ceK-
The DasnAWATs. We are please! to learn that
this praiseworthy Association, of which for some
time past the public ha heard hut little, is still
quietly but surely working out its mission for good
iu cur midt. We hear that some lectures .are in
prospect, of which due notice will be given. As a
proof of the benevolent nature of the Associarii n, it
is state.! that one of the member", who has been for
that be? Cau it exc-ed s joij? And this item
is charg-able to their Treaty and j.et Tariff,
ture of which any nation rtrght I proud. She ly allowance sufficient for his support and medical
was not built I y the Japanese, a is currently believ- attendance, provided from the funds of the Asso-
which it will lc retuemU red, was the occasion of j e.t t,ut by the Dutch, (probably in Holland,) and ci.ation.
the remark w ith which we head our article. Let j presented or soil by them to the Japanese. The A Smash-cp. A gentleman with his family took a
it be remembered that the Minister of Finance has I latter are, however, building a steamer of about the ride up Manaj valley on Sunday last, and while
only tiken letters denizen, and not the oath of a same size and model; but, with all their expertness, rambling on foot, the horse and carriage were left
subjee-t, that he lias no proj-erty to disp.se of, before they get it done, they will find the difference standing quietly, while the former nibbled the grass. !
and no debts to collect, and therefore, if the p.eo- between mcum anl Uum. Aside from the arrival He, however, thinking probably that his stable was
t ie are willin" there is nothin" to interfere with an ' cne cr ,wo subordinate ifhcer. the retinue pre- a better place to spend the day, started off on a run
1 - . - , r . i . : , :.i.te t .. .
sentea a very oru.nary appearance compare-u witu ivr iou, sucis ne airnti wim ine lore wne-e.s or.iy
the Embassy on litari of the I'uichuUa n. The crew
' numbers among it four f r five American seamen, who
accompany the vesel to act and perhaps instruct in
J,Kini T 1 1 K CAHIN OK Till: ' VKTTIE
B. MERRILL.'' while ii p. rt at l.i,..'uiu, on or about the
iH.h of May, one .1..7.-'n bin..- farm 1 shirts. The ,,,, ,.rii;. d
!l-rs a reward ot TEN Im.iLI.ARS. t . aov pers n r- lurn in; the
nb.,e prop.-r-.y. or pivii.- inf .rmati-.u that wi l 1 m 1 f the re
covery of th- same.
:1--t Capt. 1IENJ. BORKL.
Urh'bratfd Bay Sv.iv Str.yo.
A NKW M I'I'I.V o'p TIIOF.Sl !'EKlOR
B;.y State CookiriT Sl.tVeS. five SIZ-S, .lailv ee-cted br
tf.- Samuel R..l-r.s,.n." and for s.ile at prit. s I .'sj t ;l... Mie s'.
OHer f.lK-ite.1. (210-ot) K. o. HALL.
FOR S VLI1,
ON K I'AT r'. NT S r K
UK poun is, ly (Jlo-6!) II. 1I MoN H It SON.
Frenrli .Merchant Tailor.
EoUT STREET. OPPOSITE TIIE OrH FELLOWS' HALL,
IVKIIV OKSt KII'TION OF ( IMOM
Jl W,r ex.-cuted ut short notk e. an 1 in the latest st les
NOTU' i: !
rilll K IXKKRSKiXEIl II A VIM; PIsl.SEU
ft of his bus.n.- to l..,rs. y. II .1; o sEi.EI.KEN, laa.s
the ,c:,.i .n to !-.- mtii ud th- m to h.s f. -rr. o r j alr .r.s and to
th- public c..ner.t.sy. A. llt"R; EM EISTEll, Tinsmith
ll .n .lulu. May -, 1.J. ojo-Ct
riHIK IMIEKSICNEI) BK 1.IMVE TO
sia?-. that th.y ...ive taken the h. p on M - p
NEAR TIIE WHARF, lately cccupi-1 by Mr A 15 1 Ro E
M E 1ST ER. where th. y wiil happy t- attend to anv orders m
the.r hue. Ry a strict attention to business thev h-.j to merit
a continuation of the putrunairc o lilraliy k.'iosM on their
-lo ::ir' F. IT. i G. SEOELKEV. Tinsmith.
his 44 Con v en i em E, if he chooses to make his
arrangements to depart by the next packet.
Towards the cb.se of Lis report, the Minister
cf the vehicle, leaving the party to walk home and at
their leisure pick up the balance of the carriage.
r it .i i: .r.. ..r i-i
lor.nae.ow ine r-i..? eu n j.wn, ,r,jr , wmcu ,je Tari.,u, ,k r,irtIiieLt. During the stay here, the
he appear U-nt on fastening onto the country, Admiral and suite were presented to the King, but as
and suggests that a duty of 15 or 2o per cent, on ; we gtated before, their presence created little
the manufiotun-s of latin r, ird and cloth, par- j or no observation. The steamer remained in port
ticularly on whalemen "s 4'slor," might jrove j but three days, during which time she took e n
liiglily l'n l!cial to the interests of the country, i board a full supply ef coals and sailed again for
Uut why this stab again at whalemen and our ' Japan on the 26tb.
whaling ititeres-ts? It i not enough that the
The funeral of the late J. W. E. Ma kai will
duty on to.ac?o an 1 cigars (in which whalemen J take place on Piturday next, nt -1 j I M., from his
trad largely) hft bon rsiM 300 per cent. ; but I late residence in Qneen freer.
FsT" The Printers return their thanks to Mr.
Ifolstein for the oppjrtunity givpn to try whether
they could pick up strawberries as readily ad they
pick up types. The ' Devil"' thinks that the ber
ries flew around faster than ever the types did.
fy The Hawaiian Evangelical Association were
received by His Majesty, at the Palace, yesterday.
The crow led state of our columns compels us to omit,
till next issue, the addresses, which have Leen far- 1
: nished for publication. j
Makiki Family School.
VXKW Bl IbDIXC HAS HKKN ERECTED
and furnish 1 fr .in th- tnney and articles cor.tr. bute 1 Iv
the resident of Honolulu, so that about fifteen pupil., in addi
tion to those already in the school above named, can now b
Oiris of from five to e-ht cars of ape, and th.se wh o w;:i
J r.ba! :y .... kept in the sch..l until their education is c ..ai"k-v -J
wil! have the pr. f.-r-i.c.- "
The rnor..l and phy.ic.il, as w-.il as the mental trainine ,J u,e
p i; ..s w.il I- att. nl t... T.. make them int. r.,L-i.-t hou-e-k-
. i.. ar, 1 p ve th. m hab'-.s of industry and us. .fulness will
W tie- constant aim of their ir'tr-ictors. " '
Miss e.-.i-n.the principal, has had lot.e exper iM.e, and una
'ual ;i as a t-.-ach.-r of Hawaiian .i.-U : l .k. Tr. .
sci....l have pp-at p!a-ure in assuring pan t.ts siti.l cuar
that chiidreu Cot.fiJ.-l to her
hands. ' "-"em
T- rm. Thrte d- liar, r-r week, f.r fwrl ail tuition.
r .r ninner aiorn.aiion. please address,
C'lrien. By order cf tn- Trustees.
Window plass. 20xC4 and Jiv-1. Iron, copper an-1 braaa wi,
Grindstone cranks an.l rollers, as.rted.
House par and Is rd. rmp. Mm and la-lif' ffi. UfM,
Safety fu-e. porcelain slates, .tapanne.1 spittoons.
Orass l.o..ks. oval tea trajs. T- lepniph needles, tcel trap.
I'orten.o'in iies. sern on paper. R..t. to.-i.n l instep stretcheri,
Spannakers' drnwins knives. I'.kei c.-rkscrews,
W hite ruled f ...-.ip pa r. bl:ick':n;ih-" h iinniers,
Wh -elwripht..' hoi! an;, rs. . in .;ur nws.
Enam.-b-.l plu- po:s, rl ih.- jii.e entine,
I .Marble ;ii.-i.wi. te. i l-.w.. rc piasses,
Bra- swir Is. b ad p1;--, !- r.l.
J ari i - anil alarm cl'siks. enke -ans,
UriU'.nia ta'.V st. r. r .r. r bones,
Iron table si-.n.oil suie.
Ch ..io and shutter b..lis.
SV-ep ste ars. fret sa.
Ship auu-ers. b. a 1 and ra' bit pi in-. r i?--e ..t s'.i' d4. curtain
li n Is. Brit. inoia -ivi r. !ai,,p.. r. lion and rirri-.pe hi,
i"p nch wa-h ba-in. p'.u.-. o.rk. ladies India rubber
back cnibs. ripping sas, fun. -.tip , menio-mii'l'-ini
and p.t.s Um. j.ie builoi.s. bung
borers. coj i-Tinp pu. ch'-. no V cl'.lhs,
Chareoai tin. lux 1 4 and 14-Jo. Msniia
cordac...".. 9. l-.an ! IS thread, lj,
2 and inch; cot i.h Is and
spike-. .-'1 1 chis-N. far-r:-rs
Silver table and t-se ns. - ... rom:"
sdv. r table and d.-ss-rt f- r:. s. - p-ire cin
Siiver butter kniv. , - p. ire co;:, .' buIch-.-rs' ki.ireS.
Cas-. Illiooi mi -t ':r..j. c-.tiou fan --i. bro. cottons,
1- an 1 11-4 I- a. le .1 v. -tin.'. P- i.i I m. r denims
Tickinp. ..;l c.-n j-tin:;. Ilu--; .b.ij-r. Io en napkins.
Boy's i-'.tlona.i.f. f,-r ifire j.rirn-. a .r-t-d curtain 1'Opt,
French all a-.-.l p! ,i u. i riio.n ta--M--i .Ir .b ch-lh,
W'hlfe an I . : r.-.! - winj i;i., ' i- r- I t.-.T. ta ribbons,
Bonnet ri'-'-.t.-s. wl.-t- -itin ..ed t.1 -t. iif.l--i.s,
V- ! v. t rir 0 n o .rr w .r.!i t . . o - ar.l pl od do.
Watered It r!.l- n. Itr..' e-.tt-.t. Celt's do do,
V i-:kin -. br. w:i il- l: .-..i. s..t. .. .j:;i)1,.r, Er nch chinta,
Br- wn a-i I h ie t-.Oie d .nia.k. '..lit 'i blickabiick,
AM w de'ai! .. p;i:-r c ii-iI.r'C. ch"'k Criiiol:ne,
B-'d. b! j- a-. l -.-! .tr fiann-i. I-i-h .io. n. welt ip cord,
W hi-e a-1 br -a-n li-.e.. thr.-ad. aha-- ton thread.
lb n k tn..n.t:iz!i.e. I .!,.. dark prints, rich cashmere.
Carp, t bindii.p. le-.! f'inp-. tnarkin- -anva.
French dunity. l-i.!i- Li-l- h.-. t-.y's brown hose.
Lndi.-s' and n-o.. ,' I.r-.wn and ..j- n work l..we.
Men and ho "s fancy -otton h..-. la '.' Lisle pauutlets,
Ladi-s', a-ei.ts" ai. 1 children' Lisle ;..vc,
C.l .r. d silk frit.pe. cr shet cott. n. serpentine braid,
'..l..re.I p.rdb s. ela-tic ribbon. r al thread lace,
Mars-ii!.-s br..id and frii.pe. cord and tassels.
Brown v.-:!-. in..iiri:;n c.-l'-.r., ;)k . iaslic Cord,
tents' up.-ri.r r j r l.rar-., .1 --'k:i eaunt.-ts.
t'amt-rio slpinp. chare, is ki:is. !.,.!;.- 1 . e-d skirt",
r r.-u. h c rsets, ik h. ad n- is. velvet ribt-n.
Black silk lac- .d-in-.-s. Uid irauTitb-ts. itay Siate sbawL4.
Kl rence s;lk. I '.. -k.ir- ss si.k. white ma-s- i l. s. silk rucbe.
Boy's ch-vk hn n. lin.-n taj- s. preen l atfi .rr.oravian c..Uo-
I.oot ami Shoe.
badies s ik Cfpres. heebsl b.. is. ti.-i:'. Oxf.rl ties.
Men's French ci.f .-w.sl ls.;. n.'n's ei-siii- leu slipper,
!-!:, s wh'te a-il b! .-k kil sopo rs.
11 . l i.n and h -. le I s;, p.. n a: d t u"krns,
Ijidir" and misses' caif s.-w.-d buskir.s.
Castile s p. chemical ..live .,.,p. s. C. s.H'a,
'ream tartar. a:rntii. card n.atche-. fine dairy ai
I'n.-d apples. Pnston a id M mil's yeast jowder,
Ilopie's t.yperion ttnid. c. .aiiie, labie stit,
Cayenne pper, fav.rini; extracts, white wine vinegar.
A sricult ural Iiiipleiucnt, Ac.
-' plows, three s res; h .n lc-arts. ox yokes,
'ofT.-e and er.in mills. Orant's f in mil',
Wl,eei.Hrro- handcart. I .-l!.arrow,
Uusseii's cast iron Corn shell, rs.
Ilass hand lamps, c!as pn-s.-rre d.shes.
Cut t-lass salt cellars, s .- .r chimti. vs. 'jar wicks,
Rockniijhun spiibstis. han.'if, s far lamps.
Ou:ar i irias-.. cut c Mets. W'. U cusrant cups.
O.-nnan revlitu lamp., panel d.-.rs. co .red window sah,
Wimb.w bli;, s. r"llii;ir i.in. wah le.ar.ls, wan r pails,
'e.Urari-1 paint.-d tubs, mark-1 bHsk-"s. nip handles.
Toy p.4i!s, ..e, .. bat.-rs. patent and whittled clothe pin",
Ladies w.-rk bisk. ts. c-v. r.-.! T.ails. bin-b l.rtDS.
Corn bpsims. c..vrn-d piii.t.st bnckets. willow knife askrt.
Curb-d hair, towel
sa-ks. f. ather .dows. hair seating.
or c. nfer with M;
Honolulu. My 25, lSoO.
CH AS. R. BIcHOP, Secretary.
Illith lsl be.st, ads. .1 .llble and ir.r.e walnut washSlatrJ,
W alnut cortier hat-n.-'s. ft an t h. If.
Walnut side what-nots, oak o!h-e chairs. Grecian chair.
Pure white lea 1. etr whit- lead, whitmc. puny.
Lampblack, spirits turpentine. Mack enamel varnish,
Ceach varnish, furniture varnish, raw umber,
Pruasian blue, pumice stone, French rice,
Chocolate fire proof paint. 210