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TllLRSIJ.tr, MAY T. W2
T fi"inT e. turret Ifall'Mei louch-d at this rt oo
.Than Jay at,m rat-t t,t ( liliu. It nrs rnrittd I. her
The Anvrriraa ship Alert t kmrni.Hr in.ml on the TA, 47
froaa New Zealand, anchored ctis:d-. and ai!rd aimio eti
in 24th t X rUtix, X. I. Phe u in baUut, with !() emi
grant. Iron Med with tne Carrihoo -er.
Th brigaatiara Morxin.j Star and Emma arrived on Man
d -J h fD fr. toe .ar4Uru ffKip in balla-t. am! the
latter, 172 day f-a Brrs.ru, with an assorted cargo to M rs.
liiSsctilaeger frupruliorst. The Emma, w V-n d.clir.J,
HI receive item ll-i! lit.atc& lor Hongkong, a -r adr-r-
Tbe bark Comet ia.lvl oo Patu'day ft- San Frar--sc with
tuS freight and pa 4 ipt hst. Thi result U the notice
htr a th Kathleen VfilX at the mm tia . the same
port. The hutcr v-ei nlnl oo Tar! ay afternoon.
By the hut e-l fr.ni ?an francisco, we learo that Capt.
Paty arrirrj over In the Sprejm-elt on the :h inst . 14 day
from Honolula. lie w.,u 1 probably leave araio a'- ut tfi 2ith
May, and w,u be ilu, hrr ahou. the 6th or loth ..f Ju-ie.
Bark A. A. Eldridj wa aba repent at an Francisco,
a I haJ been LUrllcd Im aatia.y the claim i4 brr seamen. H e
O" Warn that he wa to return to thi port.
Quit number of vessels are ei;-ctr. from f .r. in pr.rt,
among- them the Lot, from San Francisco ; the nb. ia
Eliza, from Boar on i steamer Thames, from Liverpool ; ee.or. r
ToamJa and tnrkctitine erf ioi, from Pufrt Sound : bark
!tile, from Sydney j schooner Uhoiko, fr.ro I'Lckui. group ;
brig eTailua, fron lh Caroline rroup ; and a I'nu.h mar vc
H frwa the Spaniah main, probably the Tematjant.
Trada la coo&umI to the small Vk Jeiuiul, aiJ U extmu- Iy
From BniKKKHtrcv per Kmm. Mr 2 4J larr-l. 14.
-". TJ k-. & 11 t.al-. 14 cratr. 5 rkaK.' ai.J Tli
uncin"l m.lc. 151 tr r.. 4 Uil. iron, "Jxuo til-a,
i")" l-nrka. I nif ur. 12 thr. p. ;u !,.!. r.y. -JT lrl oaui.
,VA-r BEUrOMi OIL MARKET.
"perm oil la in rrrj jt P.r txith h"ne ne &ml rxp,ru an
aira bare been ma le of -'JUO W.U in four lt.nr.1, nearly ,l f r
export, at $1.40 prr (aiioo. At .N-.nlo. krt 1.mj .r. f,e in-n
pavcbaMU by paru nt iLi-l city no prir;. e trrru. The
"ck nrrm oil noar in fauurvcra ami iH-:n.:torV haiiU u
redoced to JQO brli.
oil orxlrcvj, the drmand bein rrry lln.itrtl, al
tbnoicb manofactarera roul-l probably pur -luur .t Co cui prr
gallon, but boMm are anvil. n( to operate at iliat urs. Tlie
ouly tranaactioo ha. tern the aaie of lio brla. et a prtce not
la Uw Lond-m markt, Fr-b Sth. no ia!r of nrrm oil were
rrporte.1 uoati.Mi XW to X4. la h.thrc.e two totia
feathers had breo aold at iZ'.U per Ion no other tr.iiiMct.ou.
Uraajf Oil The per oil marLK at present h in ..nirw1it
of an exnted atata on acomnt of the ralucni atock ami the Lin
ked nombrr of per. o mho ax irraent hold it. 1 h- uhi in
f bra city ainceour but report, amount to 1410 brla. at il.4u per
IfUoo, moatly d.r export, the market dwii.g with imiuiry, but
the bolder will not aril at the a bore qootalKu. in Naiituiket,
m aale ha al been ma.tr m New Vork arrtnt, ni -Jjj l.rl. rt
9 1-34 per gaL The anvk in thiae-ly la brbl by four ittliri luala.
and it ia beUered that Dot aoore than luuu 11. wi.l be m.portrj
Into the eoanlry donna; the next irwwith at b-t.
The 4lowin labbr abow the t. k anl piacr where bel.l, of
all the aperm U ia nt haul in Uua country :
Xrw Bedlwil -1.400
3aoto-krt . . ... ...................... 40
Jew Loouow "
w arrrn. lio
Foaxto Oft M taKxr Mrwra. Mac Lean. MarU Co Cir
CwUr, ditletl Lnmlon. Feb. licb. rrport omr nuall (
perm baring; beva Bbiit- priratrly at t'M t fJl, but tfirre wa
ne bfc in the market. At puMic aurUm on ll 14th. tm'.r two
Inta ant af the parcel from Boaton fun.l buyera at t'Jk a an.1
, rrmabkler Mnr Iviaglit in at 494, ami b-admaiu-r at tM.
ISmtbrtr ad quirt bat firm at i-14 to 3. loo . ttw iK
il. from Bowtoo, were bongbt in at public a on ion anle at i. 4l,
beioa; araia cbraprr. V.rrmaceti without altrraliM. Prime
qualtcy brkl fur la l.L huVbone attracted hut little attrnti n,
and tbeeaenrfina af aamaU . of Soutnera Likm (mi .
X-JIO, and a trm bnlred w-iM at aoctioa knke. down at
there were no tranaortina.
At llarre f the week ending; b. 14th. M tons of whale oil
ba.1 bea aokl at from 4of. to 4of. iX Whalebone dull. V. U.
tmtrd. Starch a.
lwewia I'liaar al llaajM. ia May.
cent oflVirin of guilty parents, lot tLe grij-e
j upon the tliroats of the latter be relaxed, that
; if po.-sib!e the former may live to lie brought up
I (I t us l.or-) to better things ; and for the sake
of humanity !-t harsluies, and what looks more
like revenue than ti.nely correction, lje Hurerse.1-
f r;n fm-jirr r.nrt. Miy 24 21M kre f ,,.5i d, to some exten". at leaft, bv leniencv. No
P-..;urar. laV bri an.1 344 .ke tnohfars. SIT l airs pulu, lo : , r i . . 1
oir awl ba.' fur,iiu. 110 ta,r cntT e. 14 i.air pa.i.iy. oij j one wno understaiuls the pubject can lteheve
rt. "b.',":, jthnt immorality will le increased one i-ta by
v ga rt4n.,,,r KmLWd, Mar 2755 kre an-i I tiiU course, or that severity In the laws w ill evrr
tmzt pal.ly. Ml t.aiea pulu. 1.015 hid--, li balr g.jt kinn, cul'l '"'
A law ii now before the House, to create an
rney-( Jcuerul in jlaee of the several attor
neys now employed one on each island. The
act is fjuite lengthy, comprising nineteen seo
ti i, and confers on the King the power to aji
Ioint fuch an olIii;er, to serve four vesirs, f r
I TogreM ucf, T,.IV U!J tj)e I.2ilature mav vote him. The
Hie tardiness att-.nd- nf rr.mfi no-nr. f,.,tK..w.
- - MM . llVl I'"- J ' II. IK. t 141 ' ' HIV X.
tire group is a good one, but the dralt of the
law now before the House, ia lame in one or two
point. An Attorney-Central should not be
; allowed to practice fjr his ow n profit, und should
; be )trf:ctly convrrsant inth the Hawaiian tony-jr ;
, o:!ierwie a "deputy" must be constancy em
ployed ti do the work which lie ought to do.
1 balr calf k.ii.. 1 lo brl iwrrt potatoea.
Till RSI) A Y. MAY 2J.
Thk lygilature is making bo me
in the work before it
ing the preM-ntation of the ministerial report
ha help.-d ti delay tfie business of the sxsfcion.
As each ten days c-Ltf a new report makes its
appearance, and probably before the accustometl
peril for clobing the tx.ttsion they will all be in
readiness. That of the Minister of the Interior
will be found on our Erst page.
ineproc..-euingsoi trie c ppr House appear to JJ., ....ij r0 conirH,tent an.i willinrr to do the
be considered by its Honorable members, of so ., service without a dei-utv. It is time that
nine imporiano; us not v merit publication a
conclusion coincided in by the public, who view
that body simply as a restraint on the acts
of tlie iCepre-ientativee. Although the Iowcr
House, which is really the working body of the
sjuic stringent regulations were adopted, requir
ing a knowledge of the native language as a
qualification for office, utrticularly in judges and
attorneys, where justice depends on a nice inter
pretation of the causes of complaint or dispute,
giiature, lias ux-n mainly taKeii up with peti- ; whiej, C;iri oniy i,e rjained by familiarity with
tions and discussions on preliminary matters, yet tjie Jangua-e of the parties interested in the suit.
. The idea of a judge sitting to aijutirate b twrrn
I natirrs, or an attorney to prosecute, when he
! knows no more of their language than an Esqui
maux, is, to say the least, an injustice. Now
, that this question is up, a beginning should be
made by the adoption of a rule which can only
result in great benefit to the native race, and
, which justly ought to be conceded to then.
' Quite a spirited discussion took place on
torat Qnarter .. 4
Fall Jiaoa U
New Mooa 2
4 54 M
LiTKKT IUTFA rreeleral at f hie (IMrr.
a Franelarn May 3 I Lon.loo. (paper) Frb. g
ew Tars, (paper). March 1 " Irlrrraphir. . A pril
" tlrjrpbicly 1 I llonrkonr )lr. 1
l""1 Jan. Uydney.Si.S. W,... Jan. U
Foa 1 Tacico per Tankee. about June 13.
F.a IIlXAI.ll prr Kameaamrha, ItMlay.
Fob Knaa prr Kekaubhi, FrUUy or Saturday.
Foa Katai per Sl-jiwahine, Friday or Satoniay.
PORT Or HOTOIiTJZ.TJ. II. I.
quite a nutnlx-r of bills have already been pre
..nted, a list of which we will notice here :
liy Mr. Kipi, a bill providin;; that biitrict Justices
be paid 1J fees. Keferred to Juliciarjc Commitlee.
lif Mr. Kipi, a bill providing for the licensing of
fe.Jl.ers. I'atseJ liy a large uinj-irity.
From the Nobles, "an Act transferring the duties
r,l the riiieritlof Oahu 0 (he Marshal of tbe KiiigJoui."
From the Noble?, an Act transferring tbe duties
of the Collector c.f Cuitoin?. l'ostmnvtprs ntnl II ir.
bor-inastern of L-ihaina and Ililo, to the SlieriUs of j Tuesday, on a motion to accept the majority
M.tui and Hawaii." Kiferre l to a Select Conimittee, report of the committee to whomve-e referred
reported od, discussed arid tail on the table. .i:r 1 r.i . .
....... . ... - petitions asking for a retnil of the Act to Miti-
1T Mr. Kipt, at int resolution that sC.ODO be ap- . r ti . .1 , P
propriafed to p..y the expense of the Legislature. Plte f?' 11,0 teVTt U.r's tKo reP f
ldsetl both houses, unitnimouslj. law. The debate occupied several hours, and
15 Mr. Nuuanu, a bill prorMing f r the transfer was participated in by some of the best speakers,
to the public re.tsury, of all the public school funds. ' who pmed facts,;, and con, not generally
H'jtcttd by a ote of 1G to 8. i, 1 . ' . ,, . , , ,
it. t, ir-r.i. . :ii . . , f- ... . known. A report of it will be found on the
liy .Mr. llarri, a bill to amenl the I onstitution, '
by iocorporaiing sundry atneudinents, as passed by ncxt rlo0- The question of accepting or re-
a former Legislature; read May 13, aol referred to a j.;cting the retort, on which the debate st rung
Select CoiDuiitlee. WM ft twt of t0 Jf thc
Ktr ub,!I mrnIinj? f0"9 4SI 1" 1 "e on the prot.riety of the existing law, and
4iZ or Ibe Ciil t,oJe, so as to exempt horses, mules, , "
&c. from a special tax. and bring theai under the resulted in a vote of 15 in favor of the rejKjrt and
property tax; read May 11 and referred to a Select thc repeal of the law, and 3 on the other sidc
Committee, discussed several iltrs in the Committee t .i i- : ri.:.. .. . r..:
m . . , ,. , .... .. .. . in J iiiviit.Jirta utxilll IIL1 ivi iroiu. a 1 1 13 iuiu 1 .11 1 -
or the whole House, an.1 postpoued till the riuauce ;
Committee band in their report. i lj exhibits thc poj ular feeling, and probably
D Mr. Kaapt. a bill to amend Section ICS of the indicates very nearly the ratio of the oppo-
Cieil Code. o aa to et the people with tbe power of nents and supporters of the law of 1SG0, out-
electiog lloal Supertisirs for their respective I'is- r i n . n 'i-i .
n .i it .11 i . ,t side of the House us well as within it. lhat
tricts. lieaJ May 14, anil n lected by a large major
ity. law would probably not have been enacted, had
Dy Mr. Nuuino, a bill amending an act ' to ' ot the most strenuous exertions been made at
the last Legislature to bring over to its support
: a few members sufficient to make a majority
j by creating the belief that the law could be
. r-pcaled at any time, if unsatisfactory.
A New Bba;:ch or Imitbt. We hare often
wondered why some one did not commence the busi
ness of nuking preserves out of the fruits which
grow wil l so abundantly all over these island's. Of
the gu iv there are three k:n ls, the sweet, sour
nnl snti.ll strawberry guiva, and on some parts of
II i wait tracts of thousands cf acres are covered with
the bushes, which produce countless millions of the
fruit. i"?ra.-berrie, too, are in their season, abun
dant on the sl.ipes of Miuna Kea on Hawaii and
Haleakala on Maui, covering miles in extent. Sour
oranges, citrons and limes grow wi!i in great abun
dance. Quite recently, an enterprising German,
Mr. Horn, has established himself in ILuolulu,
proposing to carry on this business, principally for
export to Californii. He has taken the store on
King street known as the Averberg premises, aud a
visit there will convince any one that this uew
busiuess, unJer Mr. Horn's management, will at
Ieaat receive a fiir trial. Though his operations are
as yet only getting under way, he is dai'y buying
from the u.itive large quantities of fruits, such as
g-iavas, pohas, china oranges, citrons, &c. To give
an iJea of the extent of his purchases, we will state
that on the day we called to see his establishment he
paid out about $200 for guavas alone, which sum is
centered among the natives as pay for what before
they could uot sell or ouly in very small quantities.
These guavas alter heing picked aud washed, ate
boiled down wiih suzar in a Iaree kettle, which
holds sixty gallons, or aliout HoO lbs. At present
they are ouly wade into guava jini a very fine
preserve: but as Boon as the necessary prers and
apparatus are obtained, jelly will nlso be manufac-
tureJ. The time necessary for boiling the fruit itito
a jim, is about seven hours; and to great is the
demand for this delicious preserve, that with his
present limited facilities, he is o'-lipej to boil night
and day. These, however, will le soon enlarged by
the addition of more boilers. Ani. ng the fruio now
pre.-ierved by Mr. Horn, nre guavas, pohas, straw.
Denies, pine apples, china oranges, citrons, sour
oranges and bananas, and in the manufacture of
taeru he is using about 10,000 lbs. of sugar per
week. These fruits are put up for family ue in
three pound tins, nnd some of still larger size; but
most of those exported are packed in barrels or half
barrels. No less than 12,000 lbs. were shipped to
San Franci-co by the Comet, and probably 23,000
lbs. more will go forward by the 1'arikee. The de
mand for these tropical preserves in California is
very great, and I he fact that the fruit can be had no
where else will probably ensure a permanent nnd
steady demand. We congratulate Mr. II. on his
success thus far, and trust that he will always be as
successful. His business opens a new source of em
ployment to our natives, one iu which women and
children especially cin engage and obtain a liveli
hood, as they can pick the berries just as well as
men. CalifWnians who once taste these tropical pre
serves, will prefer them to any fruits put up in tbe
Kastern Stales, and the demand for them will un
doubtedly iiicrcii.o, as they became known. Mr. S.
Savidge is agent here fur I lie sale of these preserves.
A -Von. On Friday afternoon lat, at about five
o'clock, as the prisoners were returning to the prison
along Nuuanu street, - un.Jer the charge of their
overseer, some of the pnsseneers of the clipper thip
.Hire Thorndik-, leing aliore, and considerably
under the influence of liquor, and conducting them
selves in a rather disorderly mar.ner opposite the
National Hotel, one of them stumbled against
a prisoner, upon which the latter turned nnd
A Tkrkible Stort or thk Pkrils or the Sea.
Many of our readers will, doubtless, recollect that
some months ago we related to them how a lirit i-h
m in-of war, on her way from Valparaiso to Victoria,
when wit'iin about six hundred miles of this const,
fell in with a s.ma!l sloop in distress, and took her iu
tow ; hoc a gale of wind arose, and the haw.cr part
ed ; bow t e crew of the sloop wore taken on board
cf the Hritisli vessel, were well cared for and convey
ed to Victoria, but the vessel, per force, abandoned.
It aprears tbat the
Tbe whole story was not told
.i IT..U .... .tr.h.i.l At thi nnrt f..r the
struck him. The pat-seneer f course returned the oU trn to'co!iect the oil at the different
compliment, and his comraJes rushed in to help him. islands of the Washington group, which lies in about
In a short time the fiiht became prettv general, three decrees uorth latitude, and about one hundred
The prisoners turned off into Hotel street", followed sixty longitude and bring it to Fanning' I land,
r ) fiMm vhri it ta ciir.ru..l in l-iripr vessels to llono-
nic iiivi', auu uie couiiiiaiiu ui i.ivii
tore some pickets off from a f.-nce. Thus armed,
they were told to go in an 1 have a fight, which trey
did with a will, assisted by a large tiumber of
natives. Some of the police, endeavoring to ?top tbe
mob, were severely handled, being struck F-'th thc
pickets, while a number of the passengers were oc.t
en in a most brutal manner after being struck to the
grouud; and, ns usual in such caes, several inno
cent parties received the worst injuries. A Mr.
Dabcock, from Koolauloa, was badly cut about the
head and bruised about the holy. Several parties
who witnessed the affair speak in strong terms of
indignation at the conduct of the overseer, for, if he
had done his duty, and taken his men, or a portion
of them, to the prism by the most direct route, the
police force could easily have controlled the rest
After the withdrawal of the prison gang, the aiob.
was partially quelled, though once or twice dating
the evening, it threatened to break out again. At
one time, it was feared we should witness a repeti
tion of the sailor riot which occurred ten years ngo,
but by the discreet exertions of the Marshal, aided I y i
several of our citizens, the passengers were induced
to return on board the ship, which was lying outside
the harbor, and sailed again for Victoria on the
lulu and other ports. Siie reached her destination in
safety, and in a few d'ys was dispatched from Fan
ning'sto Washington Island, about seventy miles dis
tant, 'he latter beating about south from the former.
Here she encountered be .vy tdvere winds for several
days, and 1 st sight of ill 'at. i The captain, guess
ing himself to bo !i the we.tt:ird of the group, kept
beating to th- ens: war i for upwards of thirty days !
when they were picked op. ns above stated. Haing
only a smali quantity tT provisions ou board when
they left Fanning.-, of ourse, in a very fw dy9 they
were citirel. without foul, and when on the brink of
starvation, they drew lots ( r a sacrifice, and the
unfortauate victim was a Kanaka, of whom there
were three or four on board. He resisted his fate,
and. in his despair, grappled with one of bis coun
trymen, endeavoring to strangle him ; but, while
thus engaged, the mate struck him on the head with
a billet of wood and stunned him, aud afterwards
cut i:s throat. On bis body they subsisted lor
s?vr:i"; days, at.d, in the meantime, another Kanaka
di.d, whom they salted down. When they were
picKed -in they were on an allowance as the captain
expressed it to a friend iu this city of a piece cf
corned Kanaka rs big as your two fingers." For
tunately they had a good supply of water, or not
one would have been left to tell the tale. S. K. Cull.
The Port's Health. A Turin c .rrespoiiJ,.n, pf
the Pans Prrstr, writing nn the In int., f:lT, . .. ,
have seen a letter from Rome of the 28th Jami-T
containing minute details respecting the health of tf '
Pope. It states tbat Pius IX. has of late been',,,,!!
to frequent attacks of fever caused by chronic inJi
gestion. His physicians recommen i" exercme in the
open air ou foot, or at least in a carriage ; unf.Ttu
nately the Pole's legs are greatly swollen, nj 1
cannot go abroad. He has to be rolled io a chair to
pass from one room to another. It is not true that
he has been b ed, as reported ; such a thing wat
never proposed It has U'on remarked, not without
uneasiness, tha: for several days he has been rffectej
by a disposition to soinuoloncy, and cannot by any
means bedivetted from yielding to it. Thin, I ajj
told, is the most, serious sj uiptoui of the Holy Father's
ni h sti:aiii;u
MJ 13 PEW Srlttc .H-rrtTl. Dunn, ttnm III). I, Willi DO) lT
near, 30 btH mo la , Si I ale I ulu, 4 brla fal
low. 1UO tfe cuBee, 2 aalra, 2 bass 'antra, 2 tour
anawTW. 1 bait B"Rer, ft neta oooouu, etc 3
i eal.il and Z tt passenger.
21 Mm Kb Uenera! Wallace, Batrhrlor, 15 dajri frrm
San Franctwro, touched outaide. left acme papera,
an.1 prncrnlnl uo brr eonrve to Shant'tiae.
23 Am aliip AUce Tbormtite, Capt. Thormlike. 47 daja
- frwo baneii;t. r'tw Zealaiwl, butiiid to Victriria,
V. 1 i!h I'.'J tmventm. Tourbnl bere tor freah
aupls, and ailot antin next day.
S4 SteaaMr ktiauca. Ilrrrill, froa witxtwarl x rt. with
3 hrta nrrC & tU ml. 3 An. pntatoea. 1 box planU,
3 hi.lea. 10 bead rattle, 3 hoirora. 4 b-r. etc.
24 3:h llannan. antone. fm VUtcair Landing, lliki, arxl
FaapalMrbi, witb 164 am and 1 -.6 am tagmr. 7
brla wilihi'. 1 J baa-i conVr. 100 bara pain, 21 da.
rVinsaa. 11 bides, etc.. and II paaacnavra.
21 8ch Warwick. Unit fnu Lanai, with at ahetp, 3 d..
turkeva, 2 d. tiwla, 10 IV onlitu, rtc.
Z'y Pch Muitriki. Mapela. Knn Kanalui, wi:h H i Irgi of
anirar and 2 eain paart.rr.
Sch kjnol. hrpbrrd. fnn Kabnlui and lhaina,
with lot) brla awect Htatora 1 cabin and 6 dpek
25 Sch Wanio.kawal. IIay. frum Kan and Tvina. with
ii bab-s awl bait ula. 4 bal-s an.1 I l-? fuu
fa, 3M oau kirr. 2 hxlra. 21 trch-s Indiana,
I baa cvTTc- 1 eat'iii ami 20 ilrk i.iicer.
2 Am Sltsaiotjarjr brijrt. Moeninic Star. U-kU, 11 day
frnm Mariira is.
2ft OUlen. bnyrt. I nima. I!anj, 1T2 ilar fnn Bremer
' haven, with aaatirtnl nierehanlue. Iloff'clilargt-r
it tupenhnrat. aicrnts.
24 ?ch M.iiwaliiDe. Kabeana. trorn Nawiliwiti. ailh 92
bac corn, it kcs aairju', 7 keg ImltrT. 1 1 lac 4
prannu, 2 bi.br. 2 brU talkMa. 1 ba!c -1. 2 bam
ranffua, li Ikv. 2 ralvra. 1 burae. o r. I woal.
27 Sch Kanarbamrba !V. M.-e. from llanaU i. with 02
rjr and 41 mat auar. 6 brla nxrfiu-s. II cmls
w.aal, 2 caliin and 2 deck puarngm.
p:event married people from forsaking one another."
Hrjtclfl by a large majority.
By Mr. Kabananui. a bill to amend the adu'trry
law, by lengthening Ibe term of imprisonment. Ile-
By Mr. Kaakua. a bill to license Hawaiian doctors
to practice. Rrjecltd by a vote of 1 1 lo 7.
Iy Mr. Kahanmoi. a bill to reduce the pay of tn
Assessors and Collectors to 3 percent, on the receipts.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
My Mr. Kaauwai, a bill to transfer tbe duties cf
tbe District Attorneys lo one perooo. to be the Attorney-General
of Ibe Kingdom. Referred to the Judi
ciary Committee, who have report el by a new bill,
now before the House.
By Mr. Kahookano, a bill providing tbat every
patient cure! ia the Queen's Hospital, pay 1 00
towards its support, li-itcttd.
Dy Mr. Mokii, a bill to reduce the horse tax to CO
cents per head. Postponed till the Finauce Commit
tee band in their r port.
By Mr. Dowsett, a bill to amend the law relating
to women becoming pregnant by fornication or ndul
tery. Rejected May 2-lth. but, by reconsideration.
again brought before the House.
By Mr. Moku, a bill to rv jce tbe tax on stallions
to $5 00 rer head. JUjrctei.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Hxtraobuixart Yieli of Cam;. A remarkable
yield of sugar cane has occurred on East Maui,
which will illustrate more than a volume of theo
ries, the adaptability of our oil to thc cultivation of
' sugar, and the prospect of this becoming the garden
1 of the Pacific. The cane was raised at Waikapu, for
Mr. Toibert, of Makawao, who ground the crop at
, the Brewer mill. Tbe tract was only a little over
1 half an acre, but the yield from it was 7,807 lbs. of
; first and second quality sugar, and .57 gallons of
molas-e9, or at the rate of over iix and three-fourths
. tons per acre. Desiring to publish the particulars
j of this great yield, we have received from Mr. Chas.
. Brewer lid, tbe following details furnished t i him by
' Mr. Torberf. The land was carefully surveyed by
Jlay Si M Kalana. rabeork. ft the Uoanft I-Ur.l.
'1 IVa laid vrlluw. Lawtnn. l-rr a crni North.
24 Am bark Cnwtrt. f mUh. Ut fan Framriw.
!-ituw Kib-. bVmlLlur Lahaina, K.m a:xl ether
2 Srh Nrtlte Mrrnll, H-TT-, ft Lnbama ai d IMo.
2n Sth Emma lke, Wilbur, fur Lahaiiu an-l Kfcirpo.
2fl ?Vh iiantah. Arun-, f faharna an.1 l!il .
2ft !Va M.w'.r.lii. Maik-Li. t"t l.iaina and K .htl'ni
27 Haw. bark KatUbvn, Mrrtiai.t. trr Sa'i Irancpm.
27 ch lanonkrat, HaVy. w LahainA, K..n. and K.io.
!7 h Kamoi, Sltphrr.l, I UIuiu and K.ihuiu .
t K.MORA XI..
IT "hi Mice ThmrnJiit, t'apC Thorri'like. fpf. Left
Pwnedtn, X April i, with (w cabin ami 174 M raf e paa-aPp-
, Victoria. T. I. experienced lif.L, baffling wln-l
att Uaa way no S.fc trails. T.wehed at Madalin I-Ui.l, Mar
w, and delayed tVre on day. Repnrts the !.ip Annie
Kiwibwll lo Iravw Pan tin, annai after. fe same drvlinalina.
Arrived al aachorrd aotide ef ll.molnla Jl y '- IT iUy.
riSKLH IX I'ORT MAV
Am bark Yjake. Claxmn. ian Franri -n.
Am Miaaiawary pnehet Morotnw Star. . k-X
Hilawbwrs he a. beta; Km ma. ay.
Haw wh brig KoaoU, Brwmaa-rhopb
I Mr. Alexander, and the utmost exajtuess has been
By Mr. Jlirrb. a bill to reduce the number of per- ken procure correct figures :
sons to be sum mored on the jury panels. Pntud.
By Mr. TT?hater, an Act to amotid part C of Section
617 of Ibe Civil Code, by striking out the words
" machinery of all kinds, if intended for specific use."
Also by the same, an Act to admit plate and pig
iron duty free. Pumel.
Dy Mr. Kahookaumaha. a bill making son.:! altera
tions in the road law. R-jecUd.
Or the Z'2 bills thus Tar bmulit !etr.j
the IieprestenUtivos, 10 have been rejected, 0
passed, and the remainder are pending, mostly
in the bands of Committees to which they liavc
been referred. Sune of the! laws are very
Land nurvoyeil M-100ths of an acre.
; Kk-vati..n al.ve the ea, about 050 feet,
j Aire of rne, two yrara.
; V urifty uf cane, puaoe (nn l.lHs4n.)
' I'itatic? li.-tAe.-ii thc bills. 3 ft-rt.
W h"le fi(.-I.t of ritie at the mill, as w-iiflit. 10.t,C65 lbs.
V. ticlit ot c uif piunU'il, as wriulu'd. ! ii.'.d b.
. rrd (I alanrr; !o,007 tb.
S'rvurth f jiiiee, by " llauine," 7 s .
', Kliuinv.ly ol juice 6570 (tails.
j of n'ur fr.m 1st boi'iuc, as wcichcl, 6!fm Ihs.
! " of fl'iir " 21 17i7 tbs.
J of uiulasstK 2i7 gall.ms.
j From the a!ove data may be deduced the fol
! lowing results :
' 14 46 lh. f ci.ne made nne ration of juice.
; I irill.n of juice made 1 I'JoS tt of miar.
; 20o0 callous of juice nimle 2:tll ffs of sujrar.
I ton or cane ntaile loo jy ir. ol nucsr.
XiT By the following, it appears that the same
complaint which has prevailed fir tbe past two or
three months throughout this group, also exists in
European countries, and probably extends all around
the world :
Thk 1'hev.u.ent Mortality. The Gazette .'
IlufiHaux of January 25 tells us that n general epi
demic of t jr-t; prevails in Paris at the present
moment, but that it peents no differences from
f..rtner epidemics of the same malady. At present
there is no doubt but that we in Loudon nre living in
nn atmosphere very unfavorable to health. Cold,
damp, and fog. loaded with organic vapors, not only
have produced a notable influenza here, but have
raided the sum of-mortality fiom nil diseases what
ever, carktina nnd diphtheria nre very prevalent;
croup, whooping cough, and continued fever have
icarly doubled tbeic ravages during the laM week,
and consumption and every other disease exhibit a
high rate of mortality. We e scarcely any dettlis
ascribed to infbiet.ia yimply, yet it is very prevalent,
and in iwme cases associated with unusual symptoms
of ea.str o complication. In one family which has
come under our observation, out ol aiatren imitates,
ten have been ill; each seized in succession quite sud
denly with vomiting, headache, shivering, great pros
tration, and pain iu the limb-, and revere catarrhal
symptoms. Kucli ca.e las-ted in its severity about five
days. In this house there was reason to suspect that
sewer vapors had a share in the production of the
mischief. From inquiries we have made, we have
reason to believe that influenza is at present more
prevalent among the classes in easy circumstances
thau among the poor." London Medical Times.
Oaiic College The annual examination of th's
institution took place on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The audience on both days was large, and the exer
cises passed off very satisfactorily. Her Majesty the
Queen and the Prince were present on Tuesday. This
evening, at Fort Street Church, the Exhibition will
be held, consisting of singing and declamation by the
students of the college. The exercises r.re open to
Land nut Sale. An pJ ertisement of some land
located in South Kona, Hawaii, will be found below.
Honaunau is some three or four miles south of Keala
kekua bay, and is the site of Keawe's famous House
The Tkxth anniversary of the Lad'es Stranger's
Friend Society, will be held at the Odd Fellows Hall
on Thursday, June Gth.
The fast sail'iun OMculiurg hrig
Z3 JkL ILVI ,
For Fn-iglit or Passage,
E. HOFKSl'IILALCKK i bTATKMiOKST.
Honolulu, May 27, lSoi 314-td
II. II. liCXJE
To fail immediately after discharging.
BARTOW OF I. A 1 1 A I X A
authorized agent and attorney.
EIYAK1 P. IIOM.
tahaina, May 10, 1SG2. 314-3ru
Thursday Morning;. 3I;ijr 29.
EIROPE. AM) NOW O I'KXF.D,
a few very choice anil siiierior
Of the latest Paris Styles, at
A. S. CLKGII0KV3
314-lm Fire-l'nof Store, on ilic Wharf.
"Vill loa't I Ionoltilii iin IoIIom k;
On TI?ESD.1V June 3,
At linll-pii.t I 1.
For ICVAA'V 1 1 I-Vl,
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
MOVDt V, June II. far KOXA.
TIKSDIV, June- 17, for KA WAIIIAE.
MONDAY, June 2ii. far KOXA.
Tlie KILAVKA will leave KOXA on alternate YV.dm-ml.-ir.
; and KA WAIIIAE every Tliurlay, arriving in UONULl'LU
J ANION, O U E K N Co.,
Honolulu, May, S6i (312) Aj;eiHs It. S. S. Co.
Jnst Kocc ived jmt " Vaukre ! "
BBbS. SI I'KK. Ol 1 It V K WHISKRV,
iK-tavt-s I'Mle llRimly,
Caes 44 Witlnw t'liii.4. Champagne,
. 44 German Hitters,
For sal.: I v
313-3t ' F. P. PltATf CO.
ruiiR rxiFKsiGXF.n wim, i
M. good 1'adily, 3 cents )er iouiid fniui llii- ili.-. in cm!,.
AV Fl R
ll.ii o'nlii. May 15. ISO-'.
tl. I. Jl ldi.
S. f AVIInlK.
Coi"lii laciory !
CO It I G E OF K V K It V S I Z K l A X V FA C
TL'KKK to I'nler. I'linsiHiitly mi liatul, a liirue aMU-rt-
ment ..f M.i.Ml.A A.t) II EM I' HOPE, (nil sir-e,) Hale
nope, low l.uie, u.ikum, sic, t-ir sale ly
Tl llltS 4- Co.,
314-ly 19 Front Street, San I-r.uieisco.
;ilion;il flotel !
TIIF. l?XnF.KSIGXF.I IIAVIXG I.KAFKTt
the alHive well known nn.l H.ulur Hotel, will open it
THE CLIPPER SHIP
Ia O T U S ,
TO LEAVE SAX FRAXC1SCO MAY JuA.
Will take freight and passenger for u'xive port. Apply to
Notice to Suar Planters.
Hon. .lulu, May 29th, 1S62.
II. W. SEVtltANCK.
I 1IH1 tt. j.f run. tnvf ti '! IK. ,.f i .i. .-
trivial and unimportant, and such are lnt dis- ' uij tt. r sugar rv one paiion of m.i:i.i.
i r . . . , , ... . ; 1 ton of nisur (t ve 65-41 irnllon of m.il.u'e-i.
p.ed or bj eummary rejection. Two bill have t umnt same rate yieUs i:t,5ij it,,. r sgnr, or over 6i
lutn jvi.vH-d this wexk making alterations in the I ton to the acre.
tariff-one exemi.tin Ix.iler iron and ri- iron ! A mU v,rticn of the can0 was rr1 f
from dutv, and the other curtailing the lit of i ?lnUnS' 9nJ J his betn ouud it would have
U i iivi v i ii v i'i v. uv.t njyjKs iu7. A iix: vine nits till lrJ
nder ' ., ; ....
io nine.', ana an it w ns uot pre tin. l tor nine unys
after it wns cut. aliout ene-tliird of it was sour,
' when cround. Sttnplea of the sugar linve been left
! with as, and they are of superior quality. We are
; thus particular in giving thc statistics cf this yield,
that they may strve for comparison with any future
, examples of prolific yield. We understand that
, there is nn abundance of land at W aikapu of the
machinery now imported iree ol duty, ender
the present tariff, tiny machinery, iniorted for
u?e. Las been allowttl to enter exeuijt from duty.
Agricultural machinery will continue t J by ad
mittetl free as before.
In the iroc:-eding of M.iy 21, it will be neon
that a bill relating to the- pnnislunent of women
was taken up, diseu.xred and tabled. The bill was
aain callM tip Ix-forc thc liouim on Monday, i frue character as that from which this cine was cut
and will, we trut, lw well considered before it is :f. ad that arrangements are alreaily in progress
acted on. It can only b reWt,d through a ! " ""7 w ' ' ".""
I Litmir oi Bug:tr. .11 ivisiiuaii nivj llierv is 3 tract
misconception of it ojx-r.ttion. Ten years ., j cf neveml hundred acres .f gotxl cane hind, and tdso
the I-silaturc far modiGcd thc rior or the . Waibee a few miles beyond. At each t.f ti-ese
, -.ti. ir-.- i places a fw. mill might fin I cnnatant emplovment.
r.nal laws S:t.n5t adultery and fornication, as ! J . . ' . .. P -,
t. render tlw offense formerly known as time ! many months r.ave passed.
mnti iMini!i:i'il. mrrdir n.a m,tr Litlnhr. nn.l nli I
- - Tl..
i ii i in A'r..iirr-
Foe J Jmtv9rn prr Cotaet. Jlay 2i Mr, niiot and
OZhT, Mr Wa White, child n. arrvarit. J -H T-tan. wif
anl child. r Bond. wiAr ami 3 children. !r 6 lins. ntt and
caild. Mia K AlVn. Miaaea Jane and Smj Dutcher. U WiiLina,
y aninnay, mamaf.
Fnw Marwia bt M.wnlnc tar. May 2 Ree T Bald
wia, fcy Mr tiotoeUai and wtfe, 3ir Kanui. L ha:vl and 3
rroa Bawaar pr Emma. May 2- Charle an I Wm
HhuUe. Aialrrw Ranipf. W W rehlher.
o ' raArKw p-r Kathleen, May 27 Oi W Grey.
Jmrph fleia, Tom II riacc
TrtNa Wrtawaav roar per KUanea. May 24 Mr D W
Parker, Mra t Haldwia, P N Makce. Mm W Xa. . J Crows,
imrwior. J W Kaawahi C cabin aad (W deck nvwnc"r.
Per Wusi Puwra per Kitaoea. Slay M II IHckinaon,
W Oam.1, Mr PaVwie and caild, Prank IIan, Ja Cornweli,
ami alMmt 100 decK pa nr a.
Im Karat per Motwaaine. Slay 2 Mr Rowll. 3 Mitec
aad 3 M.tater Rowell. Mi iaiu mitb, W A Akl.-k-n, JS B
IMA, V Prevoat, aad 32 deck paaacager.
Rcarca Is llonulola. May 19. Capt. l"-r.-- H. ilumpaa.
4 Pairhaven, late ataa ter uf the ahalrauip IliU rii.a. of ew
HupvTuo la flonnlahi. 5c n. lay morn inf. M.iy 2. CapC
Johs P. Hem peteatl, ot New London, late nwi K tlr whale
bark Catherine. a(ed 44 years.
Po 'ia la Hoooia'o. Saturday. May 21. EKz ii l!i, ace l S
yearW daughter of Mr. Poster, wbo lately came tr n Ci.ti:.nU.
bnptn that deceased would be benefitted l.y a cliange (
MBTLl At HanaleL Kauai. May 22, of heart dueate, N. B.
Merrill, a red 31 years, of Nashua. N. II-, I. 9. A.
Ktoolbs At Seminary II.iapiLal. O-onretown, I. C, Tel. 14
E. waaaoH Raintlea. Aatutant Ss eoo of tlie V. a A., aeed 36
rears. The deeaed was the oldest son of Stinurl an. I N ancy
ftagrfes, fra-sserly of Brook acid. Coon., and was bora at Hono
lulu. 8aodwtcb Islands, where his pa uU were then s ationed
as ausaiwaarles of the American Boanl. lie came with hrtn on
(heir retora to this coantry ia li34. but went back to the
- Islands in 149, where he spent ten years in boiioess, and then
vent to Paris, spending l" years In the prmeeution of his pro
fessional studies. He obt-ilned a diploma from the Royal Col
let of Sanreoos of Edinbanfh. and npoo his return la this
coantry is November last, ceirwl the a bore appointment, and
a w-w days brf-re ht death was advanced to the post of rkugeon
f lha IU r-.;.ior..t X. V. 1 it' t.irvr. J Exrhnnyr Pap'r.
- . g. , I . 1 ' ,v 'r.v nil. .n. vicviiuii, I'lUl'iri lv
tntrolucol a rro i.ion in faror of a large class I., . ,,, , . .
, . . . i "loue of Uepres'entatiTes, to fill the seat of Kali:
of female offenders who arc arraigned and con- I , ..t..i lii.i,
" I wai, declare-1 acant by th t bo-ly, was held at II
An election, orderel by the
. - - - - - -
viciou upn tnjrrrncr, ,rinS louna in a mai oi j UU. K.x.l uloa. on Tues-lay, an 1 resulted as follows,
pregnancy, to the effect that if they gave birth ; as reported by native :
to thc child, and it survived four months, they i Tmai in ca!t. r,s.i
J I T.j-.l .;., .....
IH... I-.!... 11..,. .......O.
Ka!.alwai r-crived.. ........ l'.l
I krke rt-ci ivnl lyl
Two or three of the ballots of the latter are re-
j ported as having been rejected on account of having
the names of the vo'ers written cn them. Stiil
' another vote is unaccounted for, to make the total of
' 3S3. The billots tiAting the name of the voters on
tbein, ought not to be rejecte I, unless written in such
t a way as to render it doubtful for whom the vote was
! intended; for the cutom is quite common in other
countries, for the voter to record his name on the
' ticket. Still it's a pretty elope contest, and we don't
see but t'lat the House will have to decide the ques-
.uu riiv siii.ii Bib i3 i j-i vrii 1.111 l lie uiiiuiueusy
should not le nbjct?J t punishment. Thow I
were tep in the right direction, but tliey f. 11 :
short ot what ought to lot done. The contingent
penalty and public degradation which were still
left banging over thc head of female offenders
against morality, have no doubt j roinj ted the
destruction of many children at a stage when
pregnancy bad nut s far advanced as to be
apparent, preventing births and causing perma
nent injury to the women.
In the execution of the existing law too, much
cruelty, we cannot call it by any milder name.
has been practised. Women bave Iw-on dragged
many miles to appear before a magistrate, while .evidently being equally divided, and unable to
not in a fit condition to leave their houses, to ! decide among themselves, who is the best man.
be publicly browbeaten and brarded with dis- .. t, . , , - , ......
J, ! luc Mail. 1 he ship Loins is overdue, that is. if
grace. Ilns is suthcicnt to show that the law aelU. Ih. ll2lh in, - .llr,rvic,,
is tiniuerciful, but that is not the only objection j Wlli probably bring our next mail, and Kastern dates
to it. .No married Woman ought to hcpcrmiUtJ, . to .May 10 or 12ih. The average lengrh cf passages
much less compelled, in any civilized country, down for May, is 15 days, but as the latest anivals
to doclrre openly, (unles in a suit for a divorce) report calms and light airs only, the Lotus may have
that the child with which she is pregnant, or f a longer passage than that, though she is fully due.
to which she has given birth, is not the cliild ,. rw ;.,.. .: t .. ,
" ! t BOWOFii UlT. An intere-tinff letter from rtir
of l.er husband. The r ngrcps of more t nlight- r.,, m..; i , .. -
- -e--a a .'tiiii vol i v . krv it s v. uv A I'liicia I 1 1 1 lll'wlljf
t.ed vi.-ws, has again brought this subject U-fore items pertaining to agricultural improvement, nnd
the legislature, and it is n w proposed to en- i progress on that island, is received, and will nrpear
tirtly exempt from punishment, or even arrest, ' next week.
women who are siisjiectcd of adultery or furni- j Fibemen's Election. The annual election cf
cation merely because discovered to be pregnant. . Chief Engineer, and Assistants, will be held en
I Monday evening next, when it is expected some
changes will take place. There are five companies
now in existence, and a spirited election is anticipate.!.
The M..HNIXG Star. This Missionary packet re
turned on Monday morning from her sixth trip to
the Marquesas Island. The passage to the group
was made in 25 Jays, and the return passage in 13
days, the vessel having been absent Ironi Honolulu
but 5! days. Sixteen days were spent at the Mar
quesas, visiting among the mission stations, ('apt.
Gelett reports a rough passage both ways. He also
reports the mission iu a prosperous state, though
not n.akiug rapid progress. A severe drought nnd
fi.rine had prevailed, but previous to the arrival of
the packet, abundant rains had visited the group.
Rev. Dr. Ilaldwiu returned in the i'nr; she ako
brought back Rsv. Mr. Kuihelani nnd wife, Mr.
Kanui, L. Kaiwi and 3 children, (native missiona
ries.) She bring, no marine news of special impor
tance. 1 ive whalers had visited the group, but from
the natives no reliable reports of them could be
procured. The visits of whalers to the Marquesas
are now few mid far between. The .Morning Stitr
wiil be dispatched to Micronesia in the couise of two
or three weeks, to ta-e supplies and missionaries
Sciioonkr Hack. On Monday afternoon last, the
wharves were crowded with spectators. On inquiry,
we were informed that some tall sailing was about to 1
take place. .At fifleen minute9 to 5 P.M. the Hannah
got un.ier way, and was immediately followed by the
.Mtihtiki, which vessels, being about the same size,
were apparently well matched ; but before reaching
Diamond Heal, tlie latter passed a long dtance to
windward. Immediately after, the J'cltie .Merrill
aud Kmma A'oo.'.e started, the former ahead,
but before passing the oell-buoy the Kmma took
the lead, aud kept it until rounding Iiiamoud
Head, when they appeared to be side by side, both
going out of sight at the same instant, the .Vie
holding the windward position. This is the best
opportunity these schooners have had to decide fiirly
their speed, as theie was a good wholesail breeze
blowing, and both in good trim. Vie shall pnbably
hear tbe result of tho tacc to Labaiua to-day or to
morrow. Machinery rou Sigak Mii.m. Cyan advertise
ment it will be seen that Mr. I. Bartlett, us ngent for
Mr. Weston, is prepared to furnish machinery for
sugar mills. We bave examined his plans aud
prices, anJ are surprised to and that the mills can
be obtained at so small a cost. Mr. Weston offers to
furnish a mill of the strongest pattern, 30-inch roll
ers, witb two improved centrifugal machines aud
I engines to drive the latter, all fur t-'JW. The
' freight is le;3 than -J00 on the ss.me. All this ma
chinery is made by himself, from the b st SwcJish
iron aud Eugliah steel, imported from Europe for the
purpose. uch an agency in Honolulu has been
wanted, and will, we trut, result in giving an impe
tus to the sugar interest. Machinery ordered from
Mr. AV., can, by the aid of the telegraph, be ready to
ship from Boston within 50 days from the time the
order leaves Honolulu ! Those planning to com.
mence sugar plantations, will do well to examiue
Mr. Ds plans and prices.
IIKAC'IIY COTTAGE AT WA1K1KI.
oHOil II. J. II. IIOLl'SWOKTH.
Trow Bremen per " L'uima
17ERV St.'1'KKIOK W KSTl'Il A LI A HAMS
Very suH-rior Itolu'na Sausages,
l'miia. It ice,
For aule liy
Just Kecmt'd per ''Yankee!"
CASKS B VANS' HOTTI.KIJ A I.E, (iu
'it w quarts.) of ouii u r quality, lor sale l-y
14-lu II. II At lit i:i.D 4- Co.
litO iiarrc-U Cement, Karrum.tl the best ir Uu market.
'or sle hy
r14-Im 14. IIACi. KU fc Co.
HII1S. 11 ASS IK Al GUT ALK. Of Supe
IShsj h'A Ifil ulf, hi quarts.
SuiH-rior I'Urt-t in caks nn.l c.'ies,
Superior Holland liin, in stum jajs and botites.
For sale lv
H-lni H. Il.VC rV.UVk.dK
rnr: rxDKitMdXKi), ackm for i.
K M. W i&l'ON, havintf lately received jilaua and siecifica
Well a.l:iptt-l to tlie trants of planters on the Islands, would
riK-ctfulIy call the attt ntiun of nil in uant of new Machinery
to the same, a lie is conli lent that he can supply all demands
in shun -.-st Hissiiile time, aud ut prices rhic i will place sugar
wnrks wiiliiu read; of all.
All Machini ry and article ordered through him, will be guar
anteed and warra-:t-d of the very Ix-st quality, and having iir
raiii;emeiits to tel.'itraph orders from Sau Francisco, last ward,
they will he tilled in the shortest possible time under Mr. Weston'-
own supervision. Terms of payment made easy.
iU-Sm I. II ART LETT.
Consulate of the TJ. S. of America,
A I IIoiioIiiIii. Ilawniinn lalniiflaa
A PKRSOXS IV A V V WAV I V DEBT
ed to the fc,tat.; of UEOlltiE If. HUM PCS, an Ameri
can citir.en, late of llnuolulu. ileo.-astd, are herel.y notified to
make iinmediate pnymeiit to the underpinned ; and any jK-rsons
having claims auaiust haiil instate, arc requesteil to present
them at this office.
A LFRKD CAI.UWKI.L. V. $. Consul, and
Ex oflicio curator f the Estate of Oco. V. lluii!ius, deceaned.
Honolulu, Jlay 1H6J. ai4-4t
i e 1 1: w '! w B r i4 .v ' v z
D I 11 I U G SALOON.
J. ItUDCItlCK 15KGS TO XOTIFV
his friends and the r uhlic K'-nerally that iu addition
4 ii is uireauy contenieni ami oiimno.li.. us accom-
For aie bv
II. iiACKFl-;i.I) &. Co.
4 I.AKCK ASSORTMENT OF l.KST KIS.
ja. M A Cor.lajje,
For sale by
II. HACK fcLD Co.
4, C-4. White
C'-IIIVA MATTIVf. 4-1, o
J and chi-cked. For sale by
lm II. HACKFEI.D k Co.
FSUTT ! FMIT ! FlIT !
PKEPAlCF.If AM) PITT I V IIV
HQRLM & B.SC.30FF
C'L'AVA AM) I'OIIA JAMS,
I iu.iva and I'oha Jelii.-s,
China tran(r- in syrup and crystalled,
I'm.; Appl.-s, wh.Iw- and siieii iu f-yru(i.
Citron, iiraiic- and lj.n:..n I'ecl.
l.Tines iu syrup for lemonade and crys'alize-l,
It inanas. drie.1 and crysialized,
.Mountain A ppU-s,
1'P'S. rv.-d iiranire MnrinaUide.
l'.-ach..s in 1-3 rup and crystalized,
Mamme Apple (Papaya) Marmalade,
Folia.- and S:ralierry tiuavas preserved green for
Strawlierry and Tol.a Syrup.
F"or sale by
3U-3ra Snlu Acent for the Saiidwii Ii Island.
uiodatioii for Hoarders, in Kaahuniaiiu Street.
near to the I&t tirice, he ha n..w add.-d r.M.tns for private
parties, where they can lie provided with every luxury the sea
son air.irds at the most moderate piices. As a well known old
Pioneer iu his line of the Islands, he trusts that his friends and
the public will continue to favor him with their usual patronage,
and for which he will, by every attention, hope to merit their
-1-1-1 1 or.Iuly, lJOii.
We trust the proposition will lm adopted.
Many will think that even this is not going
far enough, and that it would be wise to abolish
entirelv the criminal punishment of women for
mot ko'.ohe. But perhaps it is better t modify
the laws frraduallr. For the sake of the inno-
i Jf" By oversight, we 'omitted last week to ac
knowledge tbe courtesy of the Polynesian in allowing
us the use of the Finanre rpnrt in type.
4 Hail Is !" On TuesJajr night, between 8 and
0 o'clock, the cry of " h:iul iu" Could be plainly
hcurJ, in the neighborhood cf the theater, from one
enJ of thc street to the other, for nearly a quarter of
an hour. Curiosity led us to '.he sctne, when we
found a foreign policeman having a native in charge,
who resided liim with fist force. At length assis
tance c ltue, after the policeman was quite exhausted.
This fact would iudicate the necessity of a stronger
police furce, in this city.
A Close Gcess. AVhen Capt. Gelett. of the
.Morning Star, sailed on his cruise to the Marque
sas, he said to us that he should be back on the 20th
of May. True to his calculations, he entered the
j harbor on that morning.
.A. BAEGAIX !
IIIOHE IAM1 1 K0..l, HAWAII !
-c.. THE UXD CONSISTS OF TWO
yj Trc: uf very rich soil, having tht-reon several
- 11 tltOUUUtl
Mostly in fuil Iiearinr, and promising a heary crop; also a
! lare iiuinin-r of
OliAXGK 1" IiKK.S I
Also In bear!::?, the blight bavins entirely disa.;K-are.l from
them. The said land also embraces p.l Kalotn.i Kula Um l.
AU0 Near the beach is a fine corn-T lot, on the main road,
with a i-tntie house, a frame house and rore. doin a (too.1 busi
ness, and l.eiiii; well Lotted in the center of the coCce districts,
near the land.ni:. where shipments to or from the coasters can
be aliva s made.
Throe House Lois for sale !
The proprietor iein? 111 ill health, is the only reason fir bis
j vkIimil In iliirfk..f tiiniK nf llrf fi r., 41 nrorte.pt v in V.. ut h
For further particulars, enquire of the proprietorof this paper,
or to Capt. I. Cummin).'. Keaiakelua Bay ; or the c interallied.
Terms easy, and iHi-,5essiou iveu vheu desired.
J. LAZAKl S.
Honaunau, South Kona. Hawaii, lSt. li .im
4 FUIJi ASSOItTMKXT OF THE ABOVE
gli cn?tat.:!T in Store and for sal; at lowest market rates
C I. O C K S
Now Cloclc Cos
Manufacture, (formerly the JEROME Co.,) for which e are
Sole Agents for California.
A complete assortment al trays on hand.
HAYXr.S Ac IA1VT(),
3IC Snniomr M, cornr r of Mrrclir-ul, 51G
ATA MKETIXC ti F CITIZENS OF IIO-
-1. NoI.L LI , held at the C0011nerc1.il Hotel on tbe evening
of May 27, to taVe into consideration the propriety of arranging
amusements for the ensuing 4th of July
John O. l'omiiiis, Ksip was una:iiu'iou.-ly elected President,
and the meetinjr duly organized. After mine discussion as to the
most appropr.ate mariner of pro iding suitable sports for the day,
a Committee was apiiinte. to arrange a programme including
races. Ac, to submit the same at a luture meeting to be held at
the Commercial Hotel 011 Friday evening, the 30th inst., at
nait-pnst seven o clock. 1 he Committee consisted of the follow
ing gentlemen :
H. II. Akvistiiono,
Ii. H. Viiia.
T. L. Ul. IIAU1KS,
W. Ill M N,
All iK?rsons intt rested are invited to attend the adjnarned
meeting 011 Iriday evening.
Honolulu, .May -JS, Ivy. 314-H
As FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
The house has been put in thorough repair. Tlie rooms an4
beds will tie kept always clean and riry, and made as coiuf..rut
blc as careful attention can make them.
On the table will aUayi be round the Ix-st the market afford.
The Proprietor is dett-rinin.-tl to extend such accommodations
to those who will patronize him, as will give the utmost fcaiit.tc
A. TIIO.MI'SON, lYoprietor.
N. B. Indies may depend nKn Mrs. TIIOM PSi.V sparing
no pains to make them cm fort able. 3l:l-6in
E. II0FFS1IIL AEGEH t STAFEH0IIST
HAVE JUST liLTKiVED
brig -" 11:31 3rv.'-
a c a is a o or amsoktgi)
German, English & French Goods
AO W LANDING,
Worsted anil linen goods, nil in great variety.
English bar, round and hoop iron,
Ale and spirits,
Oerman rellned and white R.jck mtlt in provision barrels.
And a large Dumber of miscelleneous articles. Llia-lia
A I.ARGK IKirsK, FI KXISIIKD. NEAR
the College, al Punahou. For particulars, inquire of
subscriber, on the preu.i.-es.
3' P. J. (JL I.ICK.
JOHN II. I'ATV,
isx o n c v in. sr ftjjbxjio,
Island of Oaiiu, Hawaiian Islands.
' - jfin-f ' - far 1 tr - - "
HAS ON HAND,
And Offers For Sale !
iVcw Fire Proof Store !
COKNKIt KAAHCMANL' AND Ut'KKN STS.,
OPPOSITE DR. HOFFMANN'S,
A IXsiiable and Choice Stock of
E. HOFFSIHL AEOER ST II'EMIOHST
OFFKR FOii SALE
S German Merino Negretti Kams,
1 " " " Twos.
Kxpected to trrivc per l.rig Emma from Bremen.
TWO EX I' It ESS WAGOXS
i..-ceiveu ex t nnkrr.
Tor sale bv
Sl'PERIOR Ti AVTill(; F'.VKIt OFF
KKF.I) I.V THIS MAIIKKT.
Tlie attention of the
LADIES OF HONOLULU !
Is especially ami respecfully invited to this Stork. s the
Proiietor feels fully assured that the (QUALITY
and ASSORT M EM T are
TJ IV IS UT J- X SSED.
And the Price of the same
The splendid new Dutch Clipper Ship
712 ton per Register, was to leave
OX APRIL, toils. WITH A COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS.
(Including new and dashing styles of PRIXTS,)
Expressly selected for this Market.
Samples of invoices shortly expected via the Isthmns of
Panama, when sales will lie made to arive t.y the undersigned.
31:-lf JAN ION, GtlEEN Al Co.
THE MERCHANTS AND TRADERS
On flic Other Islands!
Are hereby respectfully notified that the pmprilor is hnuod to
(rive them satisfaction, and will sell them a full and splendid as
sortment, suitahle for the
AT THE -jOT-rEs-
MARKET BilTSS !
XT ISLAM) Or.PERS SOLICITED, and every r
will be paid to the same to ensure tl.eir prompt and faithful filling-
A choice and rich ossortment of the IS EST
THE RETAIL STORE I. lOi ST.,
ABOVE KING STREET,
Will be continued as heretofore, and there will alwy "
h.n . r..n .i ..i.. 313-om