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of n.-h animal a are iiWu?. and m tain t tnu:h for
the ur.i-y (.1 l'-tr) in tl.- i-it.
Mr K i. .k iui ui(aif i l t:e rj-eti.nf If. tim tiiij
Kim i'n w h in for i f t!, h.i.'i of lti-;;I, m r ill ,
r-r.T t n I rni.r.Atn. aud thai I'r Ili.I-l'rn.l 4 in- r ,
li y t mirodui e I .vt ii.ak- th.tn had CI ir .tu 11. as he ti id ;
in- :dy lon. 1
Mr. ( kik ti.Ht l.e was a-.toni-l. d lo ee the V.b. du I
jt 11 thr Vii.i,ri ,y. aUthil th r.ru l-r f K' U'l- I
I- k kiir irMt ; ..I ut r.. aitd it - sail in thr
fc.l.le lhr tr- r.'xil.i fl t-i-.ri tli du-t ff th- r.-uiH. R.it
l.e i t M ly tf M:iiit'r of lnt.-r r that i .kf fed u
rat. Tli- rirt tf.i'i l', fhi-f ho a Iv-tO-d Id intn.di.c-
ti.'i of tie -t.-V- vnull find out thttatl llt-ir fih will lie
11 of ut f U.- ti.h 1 1, 11. 1 nut '.nljr r' but fish ui;M
Irrosi- HC4J.T. I!r va U-Tt f' re in tavt-r f pafwiiif the I ill
w.tfi - ut fun h'-r argument.
Mr. Il-ui k irr.l ut rfrr the bill to a Meet Ctnn.ittee. .
J 'r-t li.t-ru cr,t.i;:t ti.a 31 ir.i.-t-r cf I.-.Urior wh- iM e A plain
to t.Vm. u. h ha I noine knowb-die and bv.ksm the matter.
lii-V. Th- Minister r.f Interior has sid all he kr.r.woothe
ml rX-a r--ly. Aim! he w.i.tot a b xf fr to irui.rt-l
ami 1 ut in an -nclr,Mr. ir. an l f'-ti n rata. t are
rtpMy tr-y wi.utd bekii:-dry th'tn, if th'jr w-re p'! he
want-.( t k-ep th-rn. ar.il if n-t rvicaMe to n-j'-ct them.
ilt. W an Uif.I r jnrtmir the l.iil a he wanf.l .ii. tl.ir (f
to ri.tr-riuiriMtf thr r it at IlanaM. M h are 1 iu n.ucli
il.inm' to car.' t!i-re arul al. t' rice at Waini'a.
tf. !;(.. I am a urriwl at th- triialitjctiiin ruai-e to
th'- i'.)(..rf:r)i lJ '.:W-a ami tht all the rats cnul I ii'.t le
k. ;!, if W.u f i-r m i'iart r t-rni e woul-l l ilmr:? a
rreat il-.il rv,n ), rmarkrl that th rrrrit shall
f. nl uL r t;tf- In-t au I Wti rata. Tht-re axe oe r.-k thit
eat hi-ll'k, nl.r-iK Kc , ami ! think it ii t'l fir t j
lU' t.nr fr m tl." I:i-!e in snrh a niannT. I woulil f.iv. r pjn-
n.j.r, 41. fi.r 1 rif rl. cu ir any ai.imal ir viretahk: ti.ak is
ir j m i- to th" r. iir.fry. ar.. hy !. uM e not ii. trainee mch
thu.K a4 i.n'i n:itcii:y le .l benefit to u. lam in (ii'f
tf ii cr'-.ti.c.i fiirjr ili.i.g that i l rove LernhtKl to the
il.iu.'T Hctrl.l'on The Ir fr-Iurf" ra -f thse r.ak-a will
.r.T a ri.t -i:fn-t-.r to the r,un'ry n the way f kiihn
at. htit if t!.e i f In are or.iv r:il i: ih-.r fir;iou thnt tl.r
ai.imaU are Ut.pr.na th-y wi:i ri'i' l- l'-e. contrary to
i.V ilr 1 f t!i- ri'n.ir,i'.i:y. l-ot th-y k--j.t in their
ar,.f n -t a"'wdl to j,ft ut, ari l f iiec;?3iiry to k.il thorn
tt.rir fi .11 kilI.
lr. Kahuut-iin f.iv.rI fajjir the l.ill.
,'iot:ori t' inf-finitr!y M re the actr'-ri lot.
.V'.tioo to j n.c.e..l jM-rtnin aa in th' tilt, carrtnt.
Mr. Mnl iii-,vrl a ao ao. tvtroriit to insert the worl
Vriiotif.ut tj- f -rr tl.- wi.ril nate in the litie f the hill. It.
t. on.ti.iii t'u tu.tle rie, ail Chairman rrpfne-I
t.f tii- alx.Ti- luil.
MiiimtT IIrri-i movr l to r jrrt the r-Hrt cf the Chairman,
f.- A tJi-nn-riior who hae fp"Ltn in fir of the pas
aue .f II. r lull hv- ri-vrr r-n any tiuk-", liut lie otly
r-l ahofit trv-m, an.I t'lit a lizanl ai d crutile junt
aiie. ami f-- alik-. a l:aril i.oncr umn a Hy the atne
rmnur i a rnx'irflilr- wxii'l rxuriee a-n art ox. Who in l
llouw i afrui.I i f a i nr I ? A cat ia just tte imai;e f a titter
iii.ly urn at;- r. ar.l a ct s.ruie npit a tn.ue the same a a
tio-r '!" mi a h'.rv; t!,- cat til l rttrh a horv if it culil.
Th : imak' j,kru if hy thr M-Dtxter f Intrrior hare the
rUt.i. to a -ni.ri.. iw unake, a a eat tinrs to a tiL-'T, vr
a Ux.ir4 l a rr-i-ol,:, ami f ! Ik arc no lui re afraM i f thin
thn c.:. Tl.-'e uk- were as harmhs l.iml as the e-I
wrr- in ti n'ir. II- l.r.r.el the in'tiit rj cf the As-n.b!y
iM thir k tiv r it, h-n they w-nt h.mr.
-Mr. Nahxxu moml the r-i'.c-i qmittinn. Carri"!.
IMi-tiou to r-j-rt the r jKrt i.f t'i.nitnittr" put to vote anil lost.
Motion to !! r-jrt f C'nimilt"- eariiiM. rert nih.ptt.il,
anil bill oril're! to he engrixisfil. AveuiMy a.!juriiej.
C O ZVX2VTER CIAL .
sJTCRii.tr. jcsi: no.
t'r to t!ii wrilinp. we are witliout further arriTal from San
Franci.44:n, th nh two vessel- the briff Sunny South, and
the ship California t fully !u-. The liht wiiwls prerail
inir jnat now, may krep tht iu uut a Iay i r two loif r.
The hulk l.irt Yankee sailed on Saturday la-t for San Fran
ciro, ami the aehoouer Milton Bwlijer, on We Inemlajr, both
taking fall cais;oe.
Iheexportaof aujrar and mola.-its for the half year, ending
Jane 30th, have been :
hrujia Prrriooaly leprti'il lo Jane S... ..0.4V),SJ0 LIs.
frr :hrrinir, Jui.e 14.................. Z'S.b'il
vr U Yankee. June '&. ...... ....... tfil.'-iSl
rir Milt..o Rail jcr, June i 107.07 J
Total C month 10,607,735 Lb.
M jta-srs iVetloii-ly r ported to Jane H ...... . 3-5." 1 1 (Jails.
IVr I Ifrinv. June lit 21,152
I'rr IJ- Yankee. June 23 H..!!
I'tr Milti o UaJgcr, June 17. ........ 4,'JoS
Total 6 month 07'J,6t9 Galls.
The O.IVctcr Ueneral ha prepared hi ipiartcrly exhibit of
the liufiort ami exports fir the pa.4t three and sit months, with
a o.u)p;wiu with the prtvioas year :
Ktporf f..r 3 moot. VJ0.7.-.0 $j1.2al
KMirH f r o ni-Milha......... ........... .',7i,'.,-7 773,143
howicjr an increase in six months of abrnit 100,000. This
incrraae U hardly a fair exhibit as many of the invoices
were nut reduced in valuation fipial to the reduction in th-i
furrin sales of the produce exported. In sugar for instance.
th? frirein prfre is prratly rednrnl, while the invoice valua
tion dariuir the early part of the year remained about the same
The importations have been as follows :
Imports for 6 months $1,ihU,236 fboj.HO
Showing an increase of $310.1d over the first six months in
the previous year, and an excess of imports over exports of
wne AunUrtJ and thirty thoutanJ dollars daring the first
m months -f 1904. The customs receipts and the trenera
transactions of the bureau exhibit a corresponding iiM-reaae.
The IVrtojfuese ship Dolortt L'tuartt is frmn China en
route to Callao. She h;i on board ii coolies, and touches
here for water and supi lies, ami U learn the state of the war
b-tw m Tern and Spain.
The bark Court will commence loading on Monday next, and
will lie ready to leave abot the 10th of July. The Smyrniute
will leave between the 10th and li:lu
Frtiyh' come in rather slowly jx-t now, as several of the
lart-r mills are lyin H!e, and the planters are not in haste to
resume j:rinilin so long a prices in San FrancL-cn r main as at
Ut a-Ivices. t'ooseipiently freights between here and San
Francisco may remain dull for two or three months to come.
The bark Monitor U rearly londed, and will sail on Tuesday
next for San Francisco, taking a cargo of sugar, molasses, pulu,
Uur late-t dste fn m San Francisco is June 4, by the Swalotc.
Latest gild (puliation )37 IW !).
A ship made entirely of corlt is at one of the wharves of
out cf three hnn Irl mines in Cornwall, there are only
nineteen paying dini'tend. namely: nine copper, six tin. and
four silver-lead, and many of these are fast receding in value.
The colliers and iron workers of England and South Wales
were nnhirfT off to the I'ntted Statts In hundreds ixty faml-Ii.-s
leaving in one day a fact greatly deplored by the Ij.ndon
In Fnitl.imi the incivnt tax is six-pence upon every imp ml,
about '2 i p-r cent. Puring the fiscal year just ended, the ai;
prerate inc. im nprn which taxes were ci'llected were $l,CoJ,-VO-Vil'i,
and the amount of tax was ll, 2 1 9,400.
RKoreTios or SrriM FKCtunTS. We would direct the spe
cial attention rf importer and shippers in Central America to
the tariff of freight between that Coat and the I'nited States,
recently rtahli!ietl by the Pacific Mai! Comiwny's line cf
ateauw rs front A.tpinwall to New York and that of tin Panama
Railroad Company. On examining this tariff it will be see n
that merchandise can bf brought not and pruluee sh;p-ed h'nie
wi thronirh bill hulin- in reeiBel time, ami at rates little
rxeefdiiiif those of saibtii; vess-lo. and there is no doubt that
merchants gci.erai'.y wiil avaii tie mi li s of so favorable an
nrranit-nii nt. esieciaily as they cn now coot.t to a certainty
tn the d ly mheti th-y may exp.-ct thtir gmwls. or when their
ITiMluce will reach its dest:nali.n. ranrrmn Star.
Golt Nrr;c.FTS. Sjieakinc of the largest nn?pet of gold on
rrrord. an authority says that it was found at Rallarut. Austra
lia, in l.Vv. and weighel "Jl huuU troy. In 1S51, a nneget
ritsliioiT I'J- pouml was picked up in Calaveras County, C!a.
Not any nch are lyinx round lose in that section of the coun
try at pre'ent. A third was found in Australia, weighing Hi
poO'id Sm h chunks of g.Ki.1 luck are like angel's visits,
few and far between. Te tory nf the gold digger lin.lini:
lirg a lurr.p. aid who, fcarins to leave it, offered a thoustn 1
luttar for a plati? of pork anil tcatis, may not have been en-tir-iy
Asor.t.a K tii.a.iAP. The State of California bids fair very
'xin i t ititerlace.1 with rnilroad a fortunate thine f ir
the p.'.iple. if the money can be raied to start them. After
lim; dormant for many year, tie pn j-ct fir railroad I
taeen Vallr jo and Marysvillc has licen revived, and Mr. Ilaskin,
tlie maiiac ng airent t.f the CMicem. who is now in Washington,
writes from that city that capitalists view the scheme with
favor. The great depth of water at Vailej.) gives that port an
Advantage which cannot be overlooked ahcu a railroad is in
contemplation. Sarramen to B re.
Xiw Tei rGRArH BKTWsrx Ecaop-; isn Amfbica It is
annaiu-ed that a compnny is in coarse of formation to carry
oit tin- cncS4ion framed by the King of Denmark in Novem
lier List, f r w irkinrf a df'uble line of telegraph between Scotland
and North America, by way of Iceland and Greer land. The
eapiial is J 00O.0O0. 'the ffrst i-wie being fr one-half that
amount. In 60.-)oi shares cf C-0 each. The chief feature of this
entrnvr,r r- the suNliVMion f the cable into short lengths,
by which the risk incurred in laying it will be materially di-niini-ihed.
as will also the cost of repair in the event of any
defect after the cable is Ivd.
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F..r Wipwaui Ports per KiUuca, June 2 Rer S E
lo i..m. un.i i children- il Dickenson. J Rincer. R Neville
,,1 .it.,1, A Mu,?r,j y"r"' VrT,1 ' i
J R Kinney, CTtas Lake, Rev Kerserf 17 cabi n and 30 deck
For Ss Fs an isco per Yackec, Jane 23 V II Peal,
L De Monroe i
For FsA"i5.-o per Milton BaJgT, June 27 James
Bi.il, W Shaplti "J-
From WisnwAfsn Por.T pr Kilaua. June 29 C T Hrt.
A C Smith, K II Railey, A M Kalialewai 1 cabin and 10 deck
GotDSTOSK VU.I.KB. In Honololn. June 2.31, by Rev. S. C. '
Damon, llr. James UoMsume to Mrs. Mary T. S. Miller. ;
Gbat Manor On the 24:h of Jnnc. at the residence of Mr.
S (I Wilder. Iv.ial-a Plantation, Koolan- oy me nev. r. i on ,
Mr. Gray to Mls fmin Mahoe, both of Kualoa.
KuB.ss.js Die.! at Q j-en's Hospital, Honolulu, May 13, Mr.
Char.es Robinson, ol aneur:- He haJ been -k elnce J.
ary. The deceased was a painter. He came frora Anstnlia.
where he is known to ha friend still residing, fsj.lney
papers please mpy . J
For i Fa un-r.. per Monitor, Tu--d y n-xt.
For U! iku r..fct r K:inf.i, Monday.
poiit or lXOIXOLULU. il. I.
1 June 1 T- t ''I S br N1I.0 riv na, I'.jw r, from II il.
! 'I t .'hr l iry. N : . fr.ui AnnWi.
j .-hr r tn.-I r.-. r o;e, f..r Kw.a and Kau.
l"t chr Ka Ioi, ili.or. fr'.iu K ( uiui.
Jl tvrhr Marni' kawai. 51archai.t. fi- :n M:'.!ko.
Jl I'ortuitu- ahifi Ixilurm I n-nr'-r, 1 irlau.lo, 61
from Macao Ix.umt t f'ali.i .
2S Srl.r rriiir-, ll.itfnrl.1, from H.in .1- i.
'J wbr Ac'iv, t'l'iriy, from K'.hahi.
' Mmr Ki!aii-a. M-fir-i:or. from Wiuixirl I'ort.
ra I riz ,wut,iiy -nmh, r.itv-n. 1 Via,) fn.m fur. K.
31, rch -trie M-rr: 1 fr .in !!. .lia.
:! h K-ihim.i. (.- ia K' loi.
2J .- h Moi K-:i fr 111 Kahu!ui.
XT A clipper ship, n ipjoi i to be t!.? C.i'.S rui.4 from im
Frii,-i?:o, is i- I. graph. J.
I)i:i. K I I KKS.
June '2Z Scf.r ArtiTc, Cluney. t r Knl a!a.
'Z: Bark Maor.j Iyn. A J air. a. f -r Kcra.
'Z-i schr Moi K'.iki. Nj !a. lor Kahu!ui.
2'tV.r. hark lla.l! y. I'aynr, f r Kt.i rl Iilinl.
Jj-.;tmr KiMni-a. Sl-ir-iror, for Wii. lwur I I'urU.
ii Schr tlic Jl rriil. Kinney, for Lhaiiot.
"o S hr ll ! ii. r. tllis'-r f .r M .I:ko.
'Jil Schr M-trr, Sik.i, for Anh- U.
St hr Ka .Moi, Wilbur, for K .hu!u:.
ITT Schr in-line. Crane, for K "ti a'-'i Ku.
j.' Am .-hr .M.Itun l!a lirer, for fn t rncico.
S t.r Vanu' kawat. Mrchatit. f-ir liana.
'", S hr Kate I e. Kour raio. for I'iupal.ikaua.
For ?a Kb s is' o jr Live Yankee. June 2-'2 198 pkira
n,o:ae, lS!o pall-). 4"'jS kir-t io":r (';I J01 H 11 c cn-to,
-il. IT lisile .u!u. (IOJ'jT li s), 1 I ci.tTce, iU bui!o k l.iUca
O) liuochrs tnat.nn.
Valun ,f I oir. e tic prlitce. ';9jj3 31.
For I:Kks I.LM per Ha l!-ys, June U& 1 c rtitn, 4
W,: Bmr. '1 ci.iN r-p 5J ll li u - c-k hr-a.!. -I lh!s lecf,
SO toys rir-. I't bliss Uat.i. 1 keyt ni-'iir, 3 ba-i CutTce, - bliU
UiJaiJT-, 10 I'b'.s - .it'i, M puu.pkin.4.
Value of Di.tnt -tic r'iicce. ITT3 71.
Valurof Fcreiiyn -roia.-e. J.'l'i IS.
For?'! Frasci-ci; r-r Milton l:iI-'-r. Jun 27 l?7i kets
Mirnr (Jl707J t.s), 4WJ 1-bl inula--! (4J.'i5 j-atii. 5 rs limes,
bum h. -4 banana-, pine apple, 8 cs tallor, -Ji. balei
pulu (1V77 llo).
Vu!a': nf Ii.irr.estic prIrcf. jlo.STirj 17.
With our next issue a new voluum of the
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Advertisers who may wish changes made in their
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business ranis and advertisements, can have the
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same altered or cntirelv res.-t, without extra
charge, by giving early notice.
SATURDAY, JUXE 30.
lar interests. The Hawaiian members asked i
that the Law K. ports might be printed in their j
own lan-uae. ri-htfullv areuinrr that if there
was a public press, it should be used for enlight
ening the natives, and not devoted almost exclu-
We continue the Lccislative reports from the ,,gluu'' ,ur ,,u c-i-eeieu .nucra.i ior ner nooie or turn to the rtit or lelt, according to
21st to the iKtli inclusive. It is interesting to ! institutions, and had faith ia her power and ulti- '"3 XV lTnoul Vh-
. . . . mnin v!,.!,,.. Ir -oH i..,.r.M !.. ! wings expanded, the rotation cauMtig the
watch the extreme partiality ol the .Ministerial " "J " " -" , rot!ltion lo resist cbanpe of direction.
lirtv. and its want of sympathy with the topu- 1 lenipoteutiaries snould worn together those su 1 den and capricious movements
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sively to the benefit of foreigners. Ministers i lo cu,ue 1,,UJ l.e agreement, aitnotigu it was n
replied it was too expensive to i rint these re- I lnirr to their schemes of territorial aggrand-la-,rts
in native, would take too long a time to ! Hut the arguments presented by the
translate and print, and when done there would
be none but a handful of native lawyers who
would read them. It is truly sickening to see j
the Ministers driven from one excuse to another
as they were on this subject, and saying that a
simple publication of the Kcports in a paper
called the Au Ohoa would serve all the purpose,
as though Hawaiian interests were not para
mount. There is jioint in the following remarks
of the member from Ivoolaupoko, and the ques
tions of Gov. Xahaolelua :
Mr. I'keke said that the motion of the lust speaker
was with the intention of keeping the Hawaiian
jwople in a happy state of ignorance as regards
the doings of their own kingdom, and let the for--ignTs
into everything that is going on. If the
reports were originally printed in native, the peo
ple would see hnv quick the Ministers would want
them printed in I'nglish. The Hawaiian is the
original language of the world, and to prove that,
he would say that whatever foreigner arrives here
can upon his arrival disliiK'tl v pronoiinee the word
" aloha. ?' and that proved that Hawaiian was. the
i iv. Nah.iolelua wanted to know why the lie
ports were printed at all.
.Minister Harris answered him by saying that j
they were printed for the use ol the Judges and
lawyers, so that they might have them in a col
lected form, and not scattered through newspa
pers, and that they were intended lor the present j
as well as future Judges and lawyers
Gov. Xahaolelua said that he was of the opinion i
i... .1...1 t t....i : i it ,.....,1.1 t ...
l.i.il lid nulla ijiiui iii iiv in inn !, ii lor.iiu lit-
of benefit to the native as well as the Ibreiirn law
yers and Judges. He did not agree with tin? mem
ber from Koh.da in his statement that the book
wa an unimportant one. If so. why was it pub
lished in KuglishV
The bill lias passed its second reading, but.
iudzir.!! from the very determined efforts to de- ;
r . -n lilt t -ii i -..l-il
feat it, it will probably be killed on its third !
re-vfin.f " !
On Tuesday, a somewhat singular communi- j
, , i- !
cation was presented from His Majesty the King, !
requesting that the salaries of bis Ministers be j
raised. They now receive four thousaud dollars j
a year, and took office with the understanding j
that that was to be their pay. No doubt their i
salaries will now he raised, but the public will, '
of course, l permitted to have its own opinion ;
of the matter. j
On Tuesday, tho anti-snake bill " cunc up,
and the report of the discussion on it is worth
reading. Here again we have a fair specimen of
our Hawaiian Ministers. To understand the
c.i.;., ii ,t,.,.d i i.., dnf...i n..,t ti,.,,., o, n..,r ,. ,
snakes on these Islands; that lr. Hillebrand, i
wiii) wa3 sent to China and the Fast Indies as a 1
Special Commissioner, to obtain coolies. Sec, re- ;
jiorts having found, in Java, a species of snakes i
which are kept for the purpose of destroying !
& a, a '
rats. With these novelties he was at once per-
fectly charmed, and has secured a barrelful,
which are expected to arrive ia one of the first j
vessels from San Francisco.
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II eaiirci r hern o n rrr.ri r :in, r:Uiir:i roiinrr-
it and natu
ance to the introductioti of snakes of any kind.
nance to tne mtroouction or snakes ot any
Goodrich, iu his natural history, says that tooth- J
less snakes in the Fast are made by extract-
in"1 their fangs, and that m that condition they
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are considered harmlos and kej't as pets. e
find ii allusion in any natural history to a I
species that lives on ras only, while nearly all !
snakes destroy mice, birds and chickens, and j
others live on fish. It is not improbable that a 1
snake that will destroy rat, will destroy fowls.
IV that as it may, the introduction of these
reptiles is repugnant t the public sense, and j
ou-lit to be prohibited, though as all the for- !
..;..ners in the Ilou-e side with the Ministers, we !
dolibt whether the natives puss-si tact to get the j
present bill through. j
There is s..mc probability that the Legislature J
ivill adiourn on or about the 10th of July. Ut j
a resolution which was adopted, no new bills j
can be introduced, and the old ones will rapidly
be acted on, so that by the end of next week the
work of the session will be virtually closed. 1
Our IMplonuit ! i ti-f-it. : the i-Iacc ut the f.rm r v -s.-tl oi the iue luime,
It is teldom o.ir cinll favort.l -.vith frut.f and to he u.o l in f.ininunit-atin with the Mis
iin.rc merited distinc'tion' than ti nse whoso ar- ;" in Micw,(.M;i and .Mar.iucsas. Mie will bo
rival we announced last week Hi Excellency j 'f 150 tons burthen, and will leave Host on in
-u-on Iiurlingainp. V. i. Miniter rienipoten"- j October f,.r Honolulu diret. In a late Eastern
tiary tt t'hina, and His Excellency, 11. IS. Van j IIr w 'orve the following relative to this
Valkcnbur, I". IS. Minister Kes-ident at Jed . vesvl.
Japan. The latter has but n-centlv been ai- " A cull h-.i l--en N.-m.-.I trm.i tl.- Missionary
. . V e rt Heti.--e. IVnilierioii stu are. M the children in ab-
p.inted vj his msion, to take the place' of Mr. . . s , . f ani)lV r Mii-nuu v shin, in idace
Pruyn, who has requested to Ihj recalled.
Mr. Burlingatne ha9 represented the American
Government at the Court of Pekin during tlie
ja-t four years, and is now on hi.s second trip
thith'-r. During hid first residence in Pekin he
was active in initiating u new jiolicy between
the four leading powers and China. Under this
! co-operative policy," as it is termed, inro
j which America, England, France and Kussia
j have mutually entered, tliese powers ngn-e to
' re.-pect the nationality and territory of China,
' and preserve them intact. In case of local dis-
I putes. warlike demonstrations shall not he luadc
aain;-t China until the tjueJUioii in dispute
shall have been referred to the Home Govern
ment. All Chinese territory, held by either
of the four Governments, shall be restored to it.
This does not refer to Hongkong, however.
This jiolicy is very similar to that pursued by
tho three powers England, Prance and America
towards this Government. It is a cuarantv
ot independence, and, also, to respect and sus- ).foiv nine o'clock. The bark 1 ,:ntrk chartered
tain the local .Government. Its adoption in bv -T. C. King A Co.. to load at this port for San
regard to the Empire of China, is a great step j Francisco, sailed with the above ves-t Is. which
towards bringing her into the family of nations, ' have had sixteen days passage. Among the pas
nnd will tend to elevate her position. One im- serigeis by the brig, we notice Capt. Samuel .Tames
mediate result has been th-i springing up of a i ami tVm. Wilson, who are bound to Japan. "West
more friendly feeling on th.j part of the ruling ' wa1,1 t''"' -gtar of empire." Ac.
clas-es in China towards foreigners. Formerly ' ' .
, , . . . .. : It is said that the indictment of Jeff Dans wss
jealousy and suspicion everywhere prevailed; ( drawn to meet the provi.Mon-of the Act of the 17ih
now, foreigners may travel without fear through ; of July, lG'i. which provides that any person who
the most distant parts of that vast realm, and should thereafter pt on font, or er.gnpe n. rebellion
a . .t - t - : . i ' i ii i : : . 1
v,.i t . i i
. niua i-j men coiiieea iiiiu iei iiiouii-
tains to their summits.
- . .
i In the accomplishment of this important change
i 1 1
I of policy, Hon. Mr. Lurlmgame has taken a
, . . .. ..
; rromincnt part, having, in co-oieration with ir
. Frederick llruce then llritish Minister Pleni
j potenti.iry initiated and pressed it through to
! a successful end. In feir Frederick lie found a
warm Union friend, during those trying years of
i the rebellion, when foreigners delighted to sneer
! at Americans, and refer them to the " late
j United States." Not so with Sir Frederick,
ni'y scneme wincii, tiiougn noid and
""tried, was believed would result in mutual
(,J to a11- T ,1U9 fiir il 1,a3 worked well. Tlie
1 1 " I I .9 til a
Home Governments of England and America
having approved it, France and Russia hastened
. advocates were irresistable
Mr. liurlingame having returned on leave i
to America, the Government, on his arrival, j
considered his sei vices so valuable that he was j
re-appointed to the same station. He has proved
himself to bo a skillful diplomatist, and one
whom his Government will be loth to part with. !
The Emperor of China will, no doubt, consider
1 1 i.i rciiiiii its iii- 11 ion t iui imiaic i-cni iiiai eoiuu i
take place, as his residence at IVkin will, of j
itself, be a guaranty of the continuance of a '
friendly policy on tlie part of foreign Govern- j
On Saturday last the American residents ten- j
dered a public dinner to their diplomatic vis- ;
itors, to take place after the funeral of the
Princess, on Monday next. Under the circum- j
stances of the Court being in mourning, the i
funeral taking place to-day, and their expected j
departure on Monday, they have declined the i
1 . . . . . . . ....... . .1.., . . . I I
invitation. 1 hey will-leave in the bark oVc
! low, on Monday or Tuesday next, and the wishes
I of many friends will accompany them to Jedo
: and l'ckin.
IFiio ITifwiiIliiii Hlvmipyolifnl Vts
soela 1 Ion.
From the third annual renort of this Society.
, ,. , , . ., - , , T , ,
published in the l r u nil, for July, we learn that
its receipts from various sources, for the year end- :
ing May 31, 1SGG, were , ,S3S o2. The sources .
they were derived from, as also a comparison j
with previous years, may be seen by the follow- ,
lSoJ. lSfia. lSnf,
Home Missions ro Haw. Hoard, 5 67 io $ o:; 05 -su 44
Publications ."i'i :'.() . HI 10 'JO 00 I
Kiucati.n " ' oj is 7. s ;
General Fuel, " " 7-41 1 070 S'. 1 ,o 7 . j
For. .Missions " e...43 !! ' 0- 0 15 f.2 I
l,5 i'J Sii $4.4 Hi C'J 5,767 7- ;
For. Missions from Micronesia, ii;; bo co I
t'""tiy u Am. hm, from Haw. Churehe?, st- i
5,3jj s-i ;
This does not show the total amount raised by i
the native churches, as each contributes in part
or in whole to tlie support of its pastor. In- ;
eluding these sums the total raised by them, ,
tne support of the gospel, does not liill short
: 01 ton fousana dollars a year,
The Ass ..ciation comprise the members of the
American Mission and the native preachers, of
I'wlioin twenty have been ordained and are now
! settled as pastors through the croup. These
natives, as also the younger portion of the for
eign rastors. are supported wholly by the con
tributions of the churches over which they are
settled, while the older Missionaries are still
salaried by the parent Society in lloston. Their
salaries range from js00 to $1,000 a year, par-
sonages in most cases being provided for them.
A Hawaiian Theological School is under the ;
i charge of the Key. Win. P. Alexander, at Wai-
inL - ii ;itii iin iin.i nine or nn siiioenrs iiurino-
i . i l ?
- - o
t' T;lst .vcar rrer:iri' HH.-ome preachers.
The Female Hoarding Seminary, at Wailua, ;
in charge of Rev. O. 11. Gulick, which has now j
fifty girls in attendance, is intended to educate 1
female Ilawanans in their own language, and tit
them to become school teachers and wives of the I
Hawaiians pastors. It promises to be a success. ,
It is under the charge and patronage of the As- :
A number of publications have been issued the
past year by the Association, I cing mostly prim- j
ary books for the use of children. The Alavla,
ot Dayspring, an illustrated monthly juvenile
Iror Jlfter tho stJ"le of tho American Tract
Sociey' issue, is one of the most attractive pub.
locations ever issued here or elsewhere. We j
understand it has about 4,000 subscribers, and is !
everywhere welcomed by the natives. It is stated ,
that 2,PC0,4SG pages of publications have leen
issu - d the past year.
A new Missionary packet is now building in
Rosten. to be called the Morning Star, to take
j of tli. Mjr;,;-j 't ir. recenilv snl-l at tlie Sandwich
' I -lands. The sum ssked turis SlS.OM'.i. in addinon
J t the S4 ".)'J n-a'iied from the sale of the ship."
In addition b what is l-ing done for these
; island-, the Association sustains several Mission
stations in Micronesia and the Marquesas group,
where some forty foreign and Hawaiian preach
ers and teachers are located. These Missions
are r parted as prospering.
Fr..m the Fri-ndv' also learn that Eev. Dr.
Anderson, who for forty years has served the
American Hoard as its Corresponding Secretary,
has resigned and retired from the service, owing
to advanced age. Kev. Mr. Clark, a graduate
of Union Theological Seminary, has been ap
pointed as hi? saee.'s-or. Dr. Anderson's! fare
well letter is contained in the Fr'nnd.
Amav-M. ok tisk Mail. .lu.-t as we are cfiitiir to
press, the brig N. .;" S.(?t and clijj.r ship Ca:J- t
fonil-t are announced ia tlie ofli.ig. the former bav
in " a lam:e mail on board, which will be a.-iiore
ng lllisi I lie LIllll'O ci:ui'?, Milium of im pi isuitu in'i
exceedinjr ten years, or fine 1 not excee bng: 510,000,
and that Judge Fiel !, of the Supreme Court, has ex
pressed his opinion that this law reponls all the pre
vious provisions of law for the punishment of trea
son. The United States Consul at Australia has for
warded to General Spinner a specimen of the Austra
lian boomerang," being a weapon of war, used
al.-o in the chase. It consists of a heavy wooden
club, about eiht inches lonjr, three wide, and one
half inch thick; flit on one side and convex on tlie
other; bent, without moving the flit side of its own
plane, either into an arc or into an obtuse anerle.
The club is thrown flat side down, spinning with
great velocity, and it will either return to "e owner
its first po-
flat stones or plates of metal when thrown edgewise
throush the air. Naval architects have attempted
to apji'y the principle of the boomerang to screw j
steamships, but so far the idea lias not brutal favor
C. FRED'S PFLUCER,
Detler in Staple and Fancy lM-y Goods, Men's Clo'.hinn, Roots
mi I Shoes, and Y'smkee Notions. Store ou fort Street,
nearly opposite Messrs. vonilolt - H'juck. 527-ly.
a Li.PERsoxs a it:-: iiKiircnv v. r xf.ii
ia not to trust my wife KKXAHl', as 1 will not be responsi
ble for debts contracted by her.
Honolulu. Jnne HO. 1S01. t,z" "t
Salmon per Ethan Allen.
MrK HAVK RECEIVER A SM11J, LOT
of superior quality COLUMBIA Mf EH SALMON
in hair barrels
BOLLEd & Co.
Frascr l?iver Salmon !
"RTIOIS S J.K 11 V
R0LLES S: Co.
CiO.VSTAXTI.V V II IMIiiml FOR SALE
J by HmVASK, UAlillEL or 4iALLOy-.it
5-7-am ROLLES t Co's.
KT CALII OUXIA CF..MKXT.
527 tin II. 11 A CK FFI.D & Co
Piio.oirs auliic Notices
C1II AS. HFRfJESS'. li!OTOIi. PIIER ami
J PORTRAIT PAINTER, late ol Sm Franci co. will visit
l.ahaina July S for the purpose of making a professional tour
! tl.roii'.'h the etitir.: group, where he will be prepared to make
, j if ores of every description, dpy Carls, Aiobrotypes. aod
j enlaige t.i any size, in culur or ink. From Maui he will pro-
ceed to every pr icticable pl::ce for the purpose of selecting
, views and scenes of interest, giving all an opportunity of secur
ing the lincst portraits that can b- made.
Persons wishing liely finished Photographs of hirae size can
have the negative taken and finished on my return to Honolulu
: 57 Ct GAI.LKitY, NEXT POOil TO POST OFFICE.
-! Just Received per f( Comet n
1-TiOM SAX FUANCISCO.
SMALL LOT (Ii1 ALViSO MILLS SF
FERFINE F LO F It.
Fur Sale by
II. HACK FELT) & Co.
A SM IUT ACT I VII L. I),
J:i. irM ;it Apply tn A. S. CLEGH0KN.
A SMALL LOT OF Sl'G A R FROM TIIK
1 i KOLOA PLANTATION. Superior quality.
In iua!ititic5 to suit purchasers at
5.6 Itn MELCHERS Jk Co.
A TJOV FRM 12 to I j TEARS OF A ME.
I A. who can read manuscript wi ll to leain the Printing
Trade. No one need apply who is unwilling r apprentice
liiiiiseir till he becomes ot ii-e.
C0NSI LATE of tii:- UNITED STATE? or AMERICA.
Lahaina, Hawaiian Islands, June 10, 100.
f3ROFOSLS FOR THE EXCIIA.Vf.'E OF
this Co-isuliito f.-r th quartT ending June cloth, ISti-j
will 1 e received at this Ollice until Juiv Ud. '
o-' -I 1 LIAS I'ERKINS. U. S. Consul.
Best California Brooms.
7R SALE IJV
I o.'i Im
C. RREWER Co.
CsiSfOl ;af E" 35?: BF i Oil
M ' r-OKUij I. . .iirij t. - - mm., ii V l.
.. . .. . -----1
ofit?is fi-r s tie a sup-rior quality of
HAWAIIAN CASTOR OIL
For lubricating r other purposes, and
i-oo.ok i.ii.-.s s. i iic in;ei. nun oi me piiunc i refiiet-
fully called r the above oils. fijo J,
CASTOR. OIL REAXS
GEO. C. Mr LEAN. Nuuanu St.
Iff AX A PffAXTATIOlY.
FOU SALE 15 V
C. I'.K EWER .: Co.. ugents
NEW GOODS PER COMET.
HANDLED flO'S. MATTOCKS. .
Planter's Does, Ky-l-ts. Wire Rat Traps.
Furt.ace, Hatchets, Cut Nails 4d to C.fy.1,
Axl Ij inch. Planes, Cook's Pits.
Revi s. Gu.-ig.-s. Nuu, Round R Shovels
Large V re;ichtrs, etc., otr. '
For Sale hy
V-"' :'' W. X. L.U.D.
iMiocRA.ii'tii: or Tin: nrxKRAi.
II-r X.ntv Ilojul IIisIiir Iriiio'!.j
VICTORIA KAMAMALU KAAIIUMANU.
Royal School. Kawaiahao Sv!i.k-I. Kmuan Catholic School,
IInr.ula Fire l.partnrnt
Mechanic's H'!T!t-::t t'nion. ;
Kuiichikis T Crown Laml.-. Kon l.ii.i9 of Trivate I-amla of
His Maje-tv, Koiiohiki f I'livate Unds of
H, r Ut- Bo al IHhne-s.
j(irveruor of Oaha an.l t-taff.
Ihe rrince of Hawaii's Own.
The Kins:' Houschoid Servant.
S. rv .i t-s if Her la;e Koyal llii?l!nf.
Pre tenant I'urJ). Tlie (l.r.-y of the Roman Catholic
Ills Lor.i?'.ii;i lu:3 !aii:ret, tlie Ut. K v. Rthop of Arathea,
V ioarApo-t' Uc of the llawai an Islatiils.
The Clerav of the Hawaiian Kot'ornnd Catholic Church.
His LonUhip" the Right Kevcreiat Ri.-hop StaK-y of llonnluiu.
" 'J-. r
Ifer Majesty Qjeeti Kin ma's Carriase.
Hi- M.ij -ty"s S a:T.
Carriage of H-r late Royal Highness.
Carriage of Her Maj sty the Q iceu IKuvager.
The Kins' Chancellor.
His Kxceilency the Minister Resident of the United Slates,
H. I. M.'s Coirruis-sioticr, Mons. Pesnoyers.
H. U. M.- Actin? Commis-ioner, VV. L. cireeii.
Judges of Supivme Court.
Members of the Legislative Assembly.
Clerks of Government Pepartrneuts.
Members of tlie Rar.
Collector General, Custom House Onictrs and iHlicers of tlie
Marshal and Slieiiit's of the different Island'.
Ahahui Ka liiuinanu.
Hawaiian population Generally.
i'ul ice Force.
The Procession wiil form at 10 o'clock a.m. on Saturday,
June 30th, on King street, in front of lolaoi Palace. Those who
arc to precede the Catafalque will form between Richard street
and Fort street, and those who are to follow, on the Waikiki
sid- of the Palace gate.
The Procession will start at 11 o'clock a. m., precisely, and
will proceed through King stieet to Nuuanu street, thence by
Nmianu street to the Royal Mausoleum.
The Procession will be under the direction of the Governor of
iolani Palace. June 27, ISCo.
Honolulu Water Works.
A I.T.. PKItSOXS II a VINO WATKK I'RIV-
J ileges are hereby notilied that a half year's rate, in
advance, will be due and payable nt my office, on the first of
July next, and if not paid within ten days from that date, they
will be liable to have their water slopped off without further
HENRY PRENR-KRGAST, Sup't W ater Works.
Office of Honolulu Water lVorks foot of Nuuanu Street.
Executor's Sale of Real Estate
L HONOLULU AT AUCTION.
j. BV VI RTF E of ma RIEIl l..uel
jjji imt of the supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands
JL-L. will be soli at Public Auction, on i
Thursday, the 5. h day cf July, IS60,
At 12 O'Cloek. M.. on I ho FremiMOM.
The Premises situated on School Street, Honolulu, near the
Corner of the Nuuanu Valley Road and School Street, the same
having been the residence of the late Florens Stapenhorst.
The lot has si frontage on School street of 111 felt, and ex
t'.mls in the rear 181 feci, and there is a good eweliing house
upon the siiiiu'.
For further particulars apply to
F. 15 AX NINO,
5G 2t - Executor of the Wid of Florens Stapenhorst.
AdcB-iEEcsl e2J iois Sale
On Ivanai !
mORESOLI) AT Pi: II L1C A IT CT I OX
Satui flay, July Mh,
AT I O O'CLOCK. A.M.,
On the Premises of F. RERTEI.M ANN, MOLOAA, Kauai,
the properly belonging to the
1'state of the Late Charles Harms.
About 00 head of Cattle, ineludinir 13 pair of workintr oxen
and 1 half I n I Hull.
100 Siieeji, 0 Saddle Horseg,
5 .Mares an. I ' Colls, 3 Stallions.
1 Young Horse Colt, 1 Mule.
A Lot of Sundries, such as Tools, etc., etc.
After which will be s-dd th'' b use of (he Land PI LA A to
run for abou' seven years, at an upset piicj of SJ50 a year.'
Fur further particulars apply to
T. II. MARSHALL.
Admmistratoi-s- -T the estt.l- i,l C. C. Harms.
" GOLDEX GATE M"lLS" FLOUJi.
eA ii KK'S EXTl: A . M EXTRA FAMILV,
in fpiarter and haii s icks.
Extra Family I i nir, m half barrels.
Tut up expressly for our trade, a superior article for sale by
01 ROLLES 4- Co.
"BTRorr:iiT ikox si :au coolers.
v y a-J 51 H. JIACKFELD &- Co.
'5 r J MIuOKS ex D. C. Murray
"- 4t F"' sale by WA LK ER, A LLKX & Co.
SJHITE Flit liVRSiEL SJIOOKS FOR
v v Sale low by
5-5 il WALKER, ALLEN & Co. "
DOW N EK S KEIIOSENE
15 KCI:I VKl PER I. C. M I R R V, W R-
Ja!. ranted the pun; and genuine article, full measure, for
Sfcle at reduced prices by '
iJ5.il ROLLES & Co.
?FST RECEIVED I Ell M L K It A V, W A R-
J ranted Iresh !ind in gon l order.
5-5 5- F. r Sale by ROLLES r Co.
A -OI SI PPLY O.N HAM) AND FOR
.-A sale by
OJj 5t ROLLES & Co.
SUGAR and MOLASSES.
Plantation of T. II. Hobron.
& -V W -'0l IX IN AND FOR SALE
in qmi tines to suit purchasers liv
5-0 tiin JAS. M. GREEN, agent.
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
!n Honolulu, belonging to the Estate of R. C.
lor Sale at, -Aiictior !
R V VI RT F K OF AV n It n v
i r.i.. t r.
o,. , ,,; -upr- ine i r.uit ot tne Hawaiian Xkr
-Ian is. t.le Kxecutorsofthe will of it C U . n:..
-ill offer for sale at iul.lic Auction on the premises, on
Jahnday, the Tlh day of July. I8G6,
AT lO O'CLOCK, A. M.,
1 The pr-mis oa th Southerly sid- or T. Tetania street
nm.liilu, a.!joii.it,K the Fort Street Church premises, formerly
.e residence ot Mr. R. A. S. Wood, and now occupied bv J
V . A usi,i,. K-q. The p,t m .sur-s 60 feet u Reretar.ia street
od ext. nds m th- rear K0 leet. The buildings are in good
pair, and the premises are very desirable to one wishiii a
2-ALSO, AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
The avcII known Estate of Uosebank !
i Nimum ValW, about two n.ii. s from Honolulu, and the
sidenee of the late Ii. C. Wylli... Esq Tie buildings ar- io
ood repair. The land comprises 5J acres, is well watered an i
nclos.,1 atvlth- atteiiti..,, of thus wishing a delightful res -enee
in Nuuanu Valley is especially invited uc"nHUI resi"
ui iui nit r particulars apply to
J. W. AUSTIN.
O. M. R0RKRTS0X
u r, e , g- C. ALLEN.
-4 it O ioruui of the l.veutoiB f the Will f R. c Wylli,
I. f....l. .. . . ....V...
. The Fine American U.uk
C o i n e t ?
m" '" . Commclere JOHN PATY,
Will have immediate dispatch for th9 above port.
For freight or pa-sage apply to
6:3 3t c. p.nr.wKu Co.
The A 1 Clipper Rarkentitie
IsL o ii. i (: or!
C. NKION, Commander.
Having the greater part of her Carga engaged will l,aTB
quick dispatch for the above port.
For freight or passage apply ta
52 Jt " If. HACKFKLI) & CO.
Kanngawa (Jiipnn) and Shanghac.
The Fine New Clipper Rrig
Snxixiy Sontli, .
Is due from San Francisco and will sail with dispatch fur tlie
Having fine cabin and steerage accommodations for a few
passengers, apply to
SS -'t WALKER, ALLEN 4 Co.
SAX FKANCISCO !
The A 1 Clipper Rark
CHAS J. L0YKTT, Commander.
Will follow the'jV'O.Y liAIiUhW, in tUo above line
F'or freight or passage having superior accommodations for
cabin and slecrage passengers apply to
VVALKRR, ALLKX Jt Co.. Agents.
Airntx at San Francisco,
525 5t C1I AS. W. BROOKS k Co.
Tho A 1 Clipper Ship
H. RAKUEIl, Commander.
This vessel will be due here about the ilst iast., and will
have dispatch for the alnive port.
Fur freight or passage apply to
W ALKER, ALLKX & Co.
Will run regular and with Quick Dispatch,
Between Honolulu and Kahului.
Shippers and passengers can rely ou the regularity of these
Vessels. Apply to
526-6IH JAS. M. GREEN, agent.
Ait' J.aid TT"
Will Leave Honolulu
IE very jonciay !
AT 4 P.M., PRECISELY (UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE) FOR
AND INTEIIMEDIATE POUTS, Viz:
Jitlitrnirif trill L(am
Kealakekua and Kailua every Wednesday,
Kawaihae every Thursday night,
Kalcpolcjto every Friday morning,
Lahaina every Friday night.
526 WALKER. ALLKX Ai Co., Agents.
PjlFFEItEXT IJRAXDS. FOR. SALE AT
J reduced pi Ices by
o-o Ct ROLLES i: Co.
THE STALLION "Unit. SMITH"
will he three years oi l in dune next ; stands lifty
nine inches hiirh, and weiulis seven hundred ami
eighty pounds. Sire. u oexii liht Toa." Ilaiii,
For lurther p n iiculars iiiquire of
C. II. .IULiD. at Waimanalo Ranch,
Or of WILLIAM DUNCAN. Honolulu.
1 " Tnl'SY."
Just Received and For Sale
CARGO Or BAUJi "VICrOR!"
Com i-rii-intf a Kail AHortrncnt
Of North West Lumber !
gCANTI.INf.', TIM HER,
HOUGH AND PLANED HOARDS,
TONGUE!) AND GROOVED HOARDS,
PICKETS, LATHS, mid
WHITE CEDAR SHAVED SHINGLES.
CARGO 0" BAKK ' MONITOR !"
Redvvrxid Scantlintr, 2x3 up to 8S,
Redwood Roards, rough ami surfaced planed;
Redwoo.1 Suifice Planed and J inch Ceiling Boards, '
4 and o Iivt Pickets,
Redwood Shaved Shingles. .
IVe haie also On Hand a Complete Assortintnt
IStiiScIcr'tt EI:ulvar' !
Blind, rh,is. OH..
Wi.ulotr Giisfi. Wall finishes,
Point L'rushes. Wall Piper. Jr., dr.
And are prepared ta fill al! orders in our line: , Having
On the premises enables us to execute orders fir i"0
For Sale Low at the yard or
LEWERS & DICKSON,
028 &t Forl.Kie'1,, MerC'",",St,'