C. S. DARTOW.
CsiKie 23iiitlsit Aucriioai!
f.ki.iim.ivi t- the
Plt ,rit: PLANTATION COMPANY.
J for Sale nt Viiction
11 Salraraonia in Honolulu, on
Satcrdi7, th Oth day of March next.
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1 Ift.!, ni'T' r !. f' r - fl tn. at
t..t l ' .n- . tt" i kuU w-oj Ul-1.
t&J Urv" '"'1 '" "''''M:'" '"r r:, t-
14 r-f aJ"it l'' .ui."H f tl lt W irr for f--r-?.
fv,- l.rv.! rr n.t.il.l l r "4t'i w-ll a. f..r ur Car.
re ii " lvaauaaii, LJji.j, M lui, m l liir a
A. I. CAKTW r.I'iHT,
Or il. C. IIIAI.HMLI.,
!2rsi:xi(L.f B i i:ra r.:i: :
CSKODAY, - - -
Al 10 O'rlTk. A. M..
At the Io'-'U'i' t f Mr. l', tr-j'si, Klu-J 'ret.
V ill Le w 1-1 :
Ths Two Story House and Premises !
Xw Orrupirtl bjr Mr. l!ryr".
i. irinr i trni't r ... innjl'D
or, ; c 11.n1 us. 1
I p QwUinr IIoui i ia p.I r- .ir on tiie It are a uurn-
1 rt tit liui- Fraa an. I Sl.a I- Trrr. autl lli Lt
aut ttc:iii:iily rricl-il.
ai..o, ivti.t. nr. nu
the fi'kni rnci: or tiii: ixrsi:i
Coittn'J of I
liar 'I'" f !"' elrtir. Tt... FncT cl-k1,
-.oK - , .
Mba n'-t. 01 .n.j,- r im mi l unn.urr,
One 0I if Sjf.-. an.1 L-.t of Sdn.trit.-S.
0.1 C roCSli JM UF.XTLE ORC, well Imk-n for
? i-1 !l -r . arr..i(. . i
tlm'e at I IhnA.l-. Iiariieis, Kxin tVarf.n, etc., etc. ;
at.-, t thk jix ti-4s. will bc sold:
A P1H KAl.O ami KM.A I.AMH
Cooti..in II SS-IO.! acr. with Water trri.le. ;
i talel t K-l.hl w thf ntauk 4 r-x-l, etmawrncinK .
th Bnly. nearly f.c:..-1 lj si me wan. unc
The re is a
ri.il rui.l ui tin laiwl.
gtuTry may tr Kin at the SALE kuom or r. hr-tow.
Jeweler,-Catholic Church Premises,
OFF l. US FOU SALE
a choice jssoRTwyT of
'tfc!'liif' ''' Vl"l i7frr 'lth'S,
.'i.i'S !"ffii'f Jl 'jei.
BreiMt Pii, Fiiif r Riu, Kar Ulrs, Walcb K'js, A.C , 4c.
SilvM rIVll; AVaio I
Kuins, F.-rk4. tf-Kifis, La.le-, Kc, c.
Mr ry'lKDN will al '-rb-r a y ankle in hi line from
6iteT. Pn, Lir.l.m, New York.
Cill anJ riiuint my it. k ht .r? purchuitnc elsewhere.
Tor Sale or to Eciit.
C& Til K. SMl.!i (OTT.irr: XITJ"
j j PRtOHSFs now writi.-1 lT tit. nurBl.-r-icii'.l.
, ki ! Riv.-u iu Aril
i. n itrcKw irii.
TIIK PI' DOIT I'llK.MISKS. O.N OK-
3t A..ly In J. W. AI STIN.
v. a vKiir in- slit i'tiibi
K F.-lr.M ;. no nreui-i-l ! .. Tl ..l. Sa7
? B'i Miin.ai.il on iti. ff.Ki.l ! WmktLi. rin.
Mwiii(iw'iii( U'i.l, well .ru:.l. "iiutui i.u.i.i nn.
IfffMS f .X1T. Stir luril.' r .-iriie-iini- n .ij Ml
Z Y. Mil IKI--.
SiT lOt Taril.-r ali Lovj il I.r. lit. r Itakery.
IFFKIIKX'T ltltMi. FOB H.U.I
5!t c BULLK.4 Jc Co.
TST UKfFIVK.I A KKW II I.KS 11 KVr :
tl slL L.lNUs, warrant. J -ti k.ii Oai, a very sujxiior ,
Ft,r Sale riy
ItOI.LKS i Co.
Tar and Titch.
nF.ST STOCKHOLM TAR l. HAHRKLS.
H--t Stuekh. lni li'. h ia hilf Kirn:!.
ii-J 5 F r Sale hy PeLLI'.-l At Co.
SPERM AIID 7nALE OIL.
CHlXVr XTI.V IIAMlmsH I'll R SALK
) -y UveCAsL, UAUH.KI. or HAl.l.O at
aoi im lioLLFa tr l o's.
AKCH0RS ASD CHAINS !
I'KR "IUAii;" FROM LIVKRI'OOL.
IROV STOCK ANCHORS. WKIOIIT FKUM
li:u ll'lw, from in. lo i e-h.
yniail t haiu s i-, 1 an l 1 '
Si-) ii .arS..I- I.. ly
Ili'l.l.FS . Co.
Fa rVC? V fSTai. T 1 3' E V
InIiSf tn'au Pnnk frtv f !
4 SII3 002t 3102 C .
BY T A T Tl AlMtl "A 1 &
NEW YORK AM SAN FRANCISCO.
'i.ii.ti.t.'i ie; 1.1 ftrt '
si-.f:i copy 1x0
n 1 ?: ui.lt.
AsVteJ si .1 Cisli V- 11J, r.i'.l III l B-.x-s.
till II -.L4, p. n Kae.
Mm r-i i... L-a l P. n.-i'.
Sea .! s, ,:.-. S. r . l'.. k.
11 itnr uii.-. runi- 1! e,
Mxtte.1 T .iue, Tfih oicks,
pr.rr pi , in Cap I'ij-t,
uierior raid unit f aoer.
SujKte.r l-tai.i e t'.- r i-t- r.
ruii.or rul.-.l I- tier a r,
A-s Tie l tear oauer, Ei!l ie.l paper.
El ttinif oa.lt.
Mut.c j arv-r.
S- tts Cu- n.eo.
i h-r'.ers an. I dioe,
fMVrtv 'a eul-rt,
A'.lnf-M B: kl.
Auort.. :xe.I l.htttinz pv!".
tiaua p-rchi. .rn li.-M'-r.
Ma-thetKioe- Mlaili m p''"'.
l'a:rt:hi: i't .u-ri-.r it ! I liiS.
Ir-.ry .e r h- UI-r.
t iii -y ..ik t h'.'.Iers,
W.ront..tlit".4 Pei.kll.Ve4, Ctt irl-ol' Dillt-l-arfe.
'i l (ier. ha ImiN. I.ii.' loU-r.
iaviti's bLu k, bin- ami earrr.-ne it k.. M irr.ar I X. X.iyea inks.
' I A-ten l's n.ki, f rt-.1
r-lt..ro-.l irk stalls. A-m.l r- n cteaners.
r-h.HojTjrhie Alittsms, Pr. p- her i-sucti.,
Priu .i letkls. Crayon.
.lyi.K OS) iir,,t t,f I'.' iii,'.- llxjk l.
17,,re fl.tH'.flmr.tt if 7..iOV'y..
-i't U tttjr ".rf.-.-. l'.i''iA Z
' f .'.m.A s.
y ' t .( juir hiHid I.'tttf Il't'k'it
r'i"Jn l I.t'!,r ' .".yis ..7 7. V.
iiff.'. r tt.,.1 l'nfi Wivlilx,
Mi ilmrunihl "."-As. J'-tSS liiU'kx.
t-aoers la r enr.yiu-; bru-he, Coriii.i:ioii car-1 frames,
I', si. iVmtae v nr.p, L tter fcal -s,
c, 4c, t.v . tic.
Auction Sale cf R:al Estate!
SATUM)AY . . . . . . Karch
At 1 OM -.is, P. M ., at fifes Kt rn of the I r..irsiri'-J,
Will b soil
The Premises rect-nlly occupied by tlie
TJ. S. Hospital!
lii 1. 1. 1 n -!,.-!'.- a nr ai. l :utta'it: il f a-e, WHtr
.,t-l jr, a: a o-t of tIM).
6 T!i? i:iilii!u arr al! in .m.l Orlf r and ( oiiilillon !
Aril f..r..i--u:a . f 1 l.irK'.,lu;. 3 mi.j.11 '.tt:u;r. 'o. k
ll m-. t''? II' Qt Mi l 2; ite K -ou.', ct.:., ail ly t !..u.
H. W. HKVKP.ANCK, Ancti r.-r.
as si Ci;B:2:s, sale
lilK ssf;K-'.s OK TIIK K.1 Ti: OK
ALfcrit, ALl. .v C.. will s- il at i'u'ili.- Ajrti ,n oil
MONDAY, HASCH 4tli!
At 10 O'clouk, A. !.,
At t'.ic .-'lore r---iit!y nf.;ii u-il hy ?.!.'.--r-. Wulk'r,
AIK-ti. A C.. Q'i-.-n Stn--t.
i The Entire Stock of ierch;;iilie !
!t- !oiii-irr; t the
KSTATK K W.ILKKK. .tLLKNA Co.,
iry i" ia.
Caiivai, Kcros nr Oil.
! mim.i: AssoKTMr.'iT 4H' rums, m;;iiMs:
C t:r autl C ir;i"iil.T'i TU,
' Farm IwiUtn?iits, Ijrntxr,
I lltsoil C:it:, Il.x p Iron,
She-'. Ziix-, Sap, CauTdii.
llunk' trf. Tobacco,
Cintr:f'ip-1 Lining, Uraiu Cr nil- s.
1,(00 Ciut Sl;in. and 300 Hides!
Thf Salf will be tilti nu-il froin Dav tJ Daj Dtltll
llir Mrrrfi.iL'ili-e is Siild.
TKIIMS AT S.U.K.
j. w. At ?nv,
A;-:nt-r i f thf E-tate of V.tik.-r, Allen A Co.
5 I S'Sl S 2 1 ltjstc
- a.a. .c T. -rrr..,,.-.
JiClOHgin lO lil; X.iltl.l.e OA !.. Jr 111c,
T"nT C . T T AT h TTPTTfT!
f," TIIK KXIMU'TO Its Of TIIK ;.
;:'. mi if k. ;. wvi.i.ik, tni tir-r r.r aio at
t ruiili : Aartton on the several .n tins.
SATUSDAY, the 2d day Of Uarch, 18G7,
Ihe Fo:l(.i:iS liei.l Ksl.tte:
' .11 11 O''lo-li. tl.-- I'KKMI.-i:? O.N liKUKTAM A ST.,
! a.Ij .in rii the F-.rt Miwl 1'hr.n-h I'remi. . ai .l reeeni.y uiu
I p.e.l l.y J VV. Au-n.i. F-i. The lit met-ure 0'i (t on 11. re
' lani.t tre-. att'l ext- niU in the rear 101 (et t, and has a K-ol
I'Wellir.cr II. nc Ihreon.
At llulf-i;it II lVloc!t. the I'rein-'S at t' e cr
i nrr .f tli- utiiim Vall-v I:..h. ami Knkiti ire. t. ai .l kn- wn
i th- HAWAIIAN TKMiMK A It Y IM I'll Kl'tl I. I'llKMlSF.S.
: The jA ia.-a.-ur.-s l'O I t on Kukut sir.-el an I I'iO feet on the
.iu t: ti ail- y lloa !. ami It i t-i hu:'.tliiic: ll.-ris.fi
At I 'i OVIM-l4.Ih.-- will known KM MA llolSK I'UKM-1.-KS
on Atlatn str-et at .r.--et.l uiii.il l.y A .lf tl Cal l. II,
j K. The .t m aur-4 7T felt on A l un str-et in l esien l, in
tie- r.itr 14J feet, ami lot a '-"l Oacl.mg lloune there-ill.
For further articular a-rry to
J. W. AfsTIV.
It. M ItoiiKlvTsON,
V. 11. I ISII.ll.
1 6" it Q'1-iram of the Kxecutors of the W ill tf It. C. Wyllie
v of s t a c i
The Honolulu Iron Works Company
AVKiON HAM) A M KOK SAI.HTIIK
r a r i r r -rr t
1 i V. V A JL. -1- -AS -1 -a J k.
tV hieh th. y re ir ii ir-tl
T'J DISPOSE OF ON F.ASVTLIIMSTO I'L'K'.'ll ASKltS.
ONI: SLI'LUIOIt SI OAR MILU
In .-.jr.-s It 'IU '2lIO inrlirti :tme .aM rn :ts ttn-ae
at t'iti.C It'-.tr n'4, 1 ... 1 .V A l in., i.ii I th- one jutt Coin
tetl lor tin: Kailtkl I I .1 Latton.
(INK M Kill I'M MIMIl .MILL.
In rr.Bre Units 20(.t iiirhm i-iini'nr f h'e at
C'itn..i-il Jl TurtitTi's,s.tiii!i Kofia I'lanlatloli. J. K. W iili.tu.s
aii.l the one jii-t c-an.l--t' -1 f.r Ihe W.n-a rinntaooii
Anal llarar-powrr f .r same, if r-qu.re.l, ti
he .1.1 t.;- llit r or s. jarate.
ONK SMALL Sl'O.tll MILL,
lurhr. U'i:b or snihiut U.rse Powers.
ONK STI.'AM KXfi I N K. 10 inch cylin.b r, 21 inch
s r.-ke, the sante as Mr. Ceritweli's, wilh iiuproveil
TWO S M ALL ST K A M K ti I X K S ,
C Inch "y liti.lt r, 10 inch slnkt-,
l'ur H'lmtiixj (' li'i-'tf'i'J'll M.ir!,'ittS.
?:ime .attern ns l!i at K'-hIa I'lantaiinn. C:it. llohr n"s
aii.I .Mr. Xn lt' lii tiet-r:e"s, ai..l aliteh have iriven (.real Kitis
fa' tiun, l.avtiit; ht-en il- i,;iiel e.ires.y It-r the rtU:reiiiems.
ONK SECONO IIANI ( I'KIUIIT STEAM
K NO INK.
9 Iiurh cytinth r. 1" inch srok-, Willi t'lirijtht Iloil'-r. if r. qu:reil.
This caii he l a. I a barjta.n ai.ti w.iirai.teil teiftet.
O.NF. NKW CORNISH UOILKR, for 12 Horse
FOI'R 1 KNT R I IT (i A L .MACIIINKS,
:uia at II. I. W. Vj Works, w'uli all th" la.--t iinirnvenients
ami aarritnte.l to give s.it.ifajliun if iroctctl hy our own ;
FcurSteam ClariCers, Mc inie's make. On. or
ne.re w.ll lie soM.
A Traiu cf 5 superior Carron Suar Pans,
One small Steam Engine i"r running Centrifu
gals. a!1.i 2 Centriiuals, w.-ton's make.
One Copper Steam Strike Pan, "!
t,,..,,..rorm. This can be Lad a batata
Cue Copper Sorghum Tan, 16x-4 feet.
TWO TIRRIXK WIIKKLS,
S. hT-!- f atent, suitat lt: t r i jr.nir.g a pair of Ceulrifugt
M:iehlli s each.
ii oust: rowK.R
For .Iriving Centrifu.-al Mat bin. '. v.-ry suiterit r p"er, to l
ha I at half Cost.
T II R LF. NKW STYLK F RKf'LLATORS
Fi r Sie.nn Undines.
TI.e- ar jivjic -rrent ,;i.f nt t-n. cauinj the Ktv.-ine to work
sir ulily u:"l- r varjini; l.-atl, an I a c.i.siiieral Ie saviiiit of fuel.
TIIP.l'.K No. 3. CUTAKD'S INJKCTORS.
100 SHEET 1UOS Af 'i." All COOLERS, ast.l. i i".
10-J DKJSS HIRE V LOTUS, f r Centri.'up al Marhittfl
1 INir Lire- Han-Nome W Iflll'li II T I RON W.lTKS
Th. e me at.rth ii.?i-eclio:i.
STEAM OUIXES. SUli A 11 MILLS,
I.O.V .V f RAS C.ivT.VO.S
ifco.v Ff.vr.vt;, hates.
I)R 4 i S, HI LLOCK H'HSOXS,
4r..l iaem nf the ITest iu.i.r..i.-1 MIMl MILL caj a-
Me ..f lifting Is".' no -ia wat-r per
Ma 1- :a or l- r.
T-I.iviiiiU: oil I-rantl
A L'lf.jr Ar'OTtmmt of
Sheet, Pir l'n. An.-le !r-.n.
Miafl.n.'. P pi: t'. I...i and Te-s, Ac. t.) suit;
Me am .r W.c r i'..ks. aiv.s.
W aler ion. f -r vte mi h- ih rs,
T.l.oir an.l i' l ! '!;.
IP-e n.l I i. -on Com lines.
lnoia llui.ler I'at-ktii,
t ire Clay,
Kr-t BlJiksiiiithS (oal. In cask.
We are trepan-.! t supply Cie wan's .f our fiienls at
R K I I K I RAT I. S .
j; K,ery ilvscHi ti-n of II OOI) SAiriXfl ami TUKS
.Ylj executej f .r parties.
IIONOLCLU ir. N WOKKS COMPANY.
51:03 Tll.. lU'OHKS. Manifter.
J2T Th'- a':n: Jjtt trill he alhrnl from tint' to
time, .- 1 aitrat, l-i shotr f iw tlv trhat Muchmtrif
ae hai t 01 hand. JIO. JKOX WUIIKS.
V ATI It DA V, MAICCIl 2.
'I'uxiiiioii r tin- iii'.
On Thursday lii-t in the Supreme- Court, the
w!ii!'j L-ncli being wnt, nn argument was
hear! ... :i submission In ,V, C. II. I.-w.-rs
ar:-l I'akiilo Cliow, a Cl.iiu-?o l.i!. rtr, ;ui l II.. n
' C. C. Hrri"', f.jr tlio Trca-ury. In tliu ml.n.n
n , I' lkal i Chow .cts furlb that ho c iitr n.t. tl
with Ir. Ilillohraii.l, the ;i-nt of t!.: Hawaiian
iovrrnuieiit in China, iu iSO-J, i:li .-r a wi itt. r
art.fUR-iit ti work five y oars at a o-itain .-im-j
ligation jtr inoiitii ; that at ti.e tiin: I" mak
ing t'.ii.J Jiiiin the contract nothing wijat. vcr
' was ai'l to liiiu to K-aJ him to suj.j ...-. tliat any
tax woulJ lcvi.-I on him l.y tii . .-rn ni-r: t ;
that h.- wa- t-iitirt-Iy ignorant of tin: laws of this
. 1 - ! . - I " 1 -
, uu.rj , anu uiui ... law ar..i in canny ne is ,lur
. HaM-i lor t lie taX'-.t w l.u li are now d'.-itiamK-d ol
him. C. II. lowers aviT that tin; runtr.u't of
. si-rticeof 1'akalo Chow was aint.'i to him hy
Xv: Iloanl of Immigration ; liat in the dwl of
a-iTiiii'nt there wan no jroviion that h: slmnhl
jay the tjxes of coolie, nor was any verhal
mention made of the Fume : and that in law and
in t-fjuity he is not liaMe for tiie Fame.
The Attorney ieneral m j cared on I), half of
the Kscherjuer. A. F. Jndd, Irj., f.jr 3Ir. I.ew-
; eis, and J. Montgomery, Ktj., for t!ie Cuolie.
Without attempting t'j rejort tliu arguments
i . ,. , ,
; eroaum wnie.i occui .e.i several noura we
comjiile the most alii'.-jt f ints.
. .ir. l lumps comii.t-iice.1 l.y fraying tl.at tun
m, t.i -it- . - ......
I mattt-r oi ctne taxation was a ve. y important
j one, but in the decision of it by the Court, the
j law only must govern, not jiiestiuus of govem
I mental policy. In the- settlement of these que.
; timis, the Legislature was the only authority.
He held that under the law of the land, the
; Coolies were subject to tax.- iquaily with any
other chisf. lb.y were nun, not sans, neither
could a contract like the one in question he eon-
KrueiJ as reducing any man to a condition ol
.1. '1'i.rt. i 'i. tn.. ...n.. ........ ... . ..i,..n .i . i....
iri.itt.iy. i nu.-tj v inn, iiiitu nun- ma t .iaui ij, uiu
i human beings, and they must be treated as tsticii
I 'I'lu.t liml 1t tint iit.-il lu.l .-!. ..r
J - iiti ..i.ingti. u.
Mibjects, and were they to be allowed to be eXr
ciupt fn in taxation ? Aliens as well a subjects
Ihe question is ratirr one between
l.l ...!. .. . V.:...
.ti-- utiiti i. .i& i'it.i ttiiet iiit-ou tt i. o t i.iiiji ocelli 1 1
1 J l
: r . :f ii.:. . t A i. . ,
in-it, lor ii mis entire ciass are to ue exemptiHi,
the bnnleii would come heavier upon thosj who
pay, and they Wtiukl li.ive a riglit to complain,
for it would be unjust to them. Every man is
bound to assist in the support of the government
under which he lives, either hy giving his per-
tonal services or hy raying taxes. There lias
been no legislation providing for the exemption
of the coolies duiing servitude, nor is there any
, rlrnii. poiitr:.. f hv .,v ..tl..,r;-r...l . .r,. b,,
I " -V I -
effect, and no power exists beyond that of the
legislature which can exempt then, from the
action of the law. They cann.it escape on the
plea of ignorance they must have known that
there was tome law here ; they came into the
1 country voluntarily, and at once became subject
I tt nil the legal obligations of citizens. Ii they,
i are to be coiisidoicd exempt by reason of the ,
' contract, then the agent of the Hoard of linmi- ,
grafion had no authority to make nucIi a con- j
, tract. The legislature could give no fucIi ;
authority in contravention of law the King:
himself cannot alter taxation laws. A great
principle is here involved, and if this class is to .
be exempted, the precedent will Im disa-troiis.
: If the enforcement of these taxes is a h.irddiip to ;
the ciMtlies or to the planters, tbi ir remedy is
with the I'gislature : let tliein pay and then ask '
for relief, ami they will prohahly get it. I'cr
hapsi the coolie may pay that he has made an im
pr ovid nt contract if m lie cannot ask for relief;
in this extraordinary way. (Mr. I read from !
various authorities in fiij port of his argument.) .
Mr. Montgomery, for 1'akalo Chow, t-aid: He
had been informed hy Dr. llillebrand that no
taxes are levied tion this class iu China, and :
Mr. M. argued that they did not suppose, nor
; had any reason to suj pose when they tngaged to
come here that they would have any taxes to
lay. It is clear that they came hero utterly
: " 'I
ignorant as to this matter. Why were ihey not
p .1 T 1 r T 11 '
iiifornied by the Ii-iard of Tiimngratioii on their
' arrival ? They have a right to think that they
' ' .
have been aggrieved. It was unfortunate that
Ir. Hiilebrand or the lioard instrue.ing him did
not- nitiitioii the matter of taxes, but the silence,
. . ,, , .
ol t!ie Mr. i-bould not work against these igno-
- . .1 lir 1 .-l ...... i ri - i. i i
r.ilii. tiful tinlt li:i r l.-irni a r.ititi.l I l.it titri.-r t-itli. i
- I - v l " . ,
of the coniliioil law
coiuiiion law in constraint: contracts
should not be allowed in regard to these men.
The agent sent to procure them went clothed
with the authority and prestige of a high gov
ernment ofh'cial a Royal Coimiiissioiier, and the
Chinese undoubtedly viewed him in that light,
and entered into the contracts with full coiifi-
detice of fail play. It was the dlltv of the Colli-
. . , , . , ,. , .
mi-sioiier to have told the coolies all the facts
everything that was expectcl of them. Rut he
with!,-Id whtit he ought to have told he left
them in ignorance and now government comes
in ami claims to tax theui. The matter of taxes
should have been inserted in the contract. The
omi-si m wn- an important on., for what is not
in the emmet must be excluded from its oj-ra-
tien. The laches of the government should
operate in favor of tho coolies. YVLat they ask
for is not an absolute release from taxation, but
a sus.ciisioii of the law during the term of th -ir
contracts. The consequences which must result
from enforcing the collection of these taxes were
anything but pleasant to Contemplate.
Mr. Judd. for Mr. Ia-wcts, said : The assignee
of the contract made by government with the
coolie is not liable for the taxes of the coolie,
because there was no intimation of such liability
either in the contract itself, or verbally nt the
time of the assignment. The planter, for whom
ob-lv Mr. J. appeared, was entitled, under the
contract, t live entire year of service from the
coolie. Now if government proceeds to take
twenty days service of the coolie every year to
pay or work out his taxes, it follows that the
planter does ii"t get the full time contracted for,
and would have a cause far claim on the govern
ment. The contracts are plain, and must Ik
carried out b the full term of live year. This
5 per annum demanded by government from
the coolie bas nothing whatever to do will! t!ie
j.'.atit'T. The Planter is not liable to pay to the
government the taxes of the dulie, liecause the
Statute of Frauds prevents a man being ho!d--n
f.r the debt of another, unless he has specially
promised thi in w riting, and it is a subterfuge
f.r tin government after assigning these con
tracts to the planter, to take twenty days a year
of the eioli.-V labor Mid alo make the pi. inter
feed and doctor him.
tc 1 ti 1 11
If the Court should hold
that the planter must lav the coolie Lis wag
. ' . 1 : ,.
during tin- time that he is working out the gov-
eminent tax, it must a'-o hold the same v. ith
reference to contracts with Ilawaiians, or even
the book-keeper ami engineer of the plantation.
In order to hold the Tilanter responsible for the
------ - a i
: coolies taxes, government should Lave made a
protisioii to that effect in the outset. Rut not
haling don so, it cannot now come in and claim
i them. The fir better way would be to remit
! these taxis altogether, which now threatened
s.ii.u-Iy t i int-rf'-re with the main source of
wealth of ti.,. country.
Ili Attorney I i- rc-rul, in closing, reiterated :
the fount r arguments made by It I :n at the ,,j-n- ;
ing. I i tic- c!!,vt that ui:.l. r the laws ti..- taxes
n.v-ii ho ;i-m--. .1 uj.n all, and must be ..)!. -ct.-d, .
and t!i;it the oi.I y '"'wr to remit tln-m was the
Power t!.;it the law under which the
i,,:,. .s.-.L 1. 1 : , i. I... ,.;si autre
The Court intimated that their d-dslon would
I jo rt-i:'l red at :ni c-arly tiav.
.tF '1"-' "'" 'he ino.,t .--i-iilii.-at.t fjot that can
:id-luee.J in -nof of the ..i'ten ref.eatvJ as r-
tiori that t'e; t i.-M-nt is j rtniin.-ntly an ajie of
j rertss, is tin? innltij!ieity of e..Tiif.jiiatinr.s or
a-s eiations of lin-n for tie? relief of siekn..-s and
watit iiiii'ii:;' their fellow nn n. Man's humanity
to man, through the in -dium of these associa
tions scattered throi.id.uut the eivilied woihl.
w th-HMii-h r. joicV
ll-r eeially lias this
h-t-n tiie e::so in Great Kritain, w!:t-ro I'.enevoh-nt
Soeietif, IJen fit l"ii: ns, llelief Fund Associa
n..t to mention the Masonic aii.iOJd
Fellows organizations, have done and are now
doiiii an incalculable amount of good. Many a
Ioor fellow, who, after utrusliiij; for a time
n iinst the stints of adverse fortune has !ecome
weary of lift.', and miht have rashly been on the
mint of taking that life in his own hands lias
been -ought out, relieved, and saved to soci'y
by the acti m of the.-e associations. " Twd ate
better than one, savs the .Vntttire, and the
comhir.ation of means for tl
iuo.-yimry aid to the neces.-it jus, under printer
ri,.g ;lnj regulations, must always aceomt lish
,,,, .r.....l ..,.1 i.
111 the often misap- ;
plied and neet ssai ily inadequate contributions of:
private persons. j
In a nate of society like that of these islands, !
but more ai tiotilarly of Honolulu where so i
many diC -reiit nati malities are found, and where
s,r;lI,rs frm abroad are constantly arrivin-
, the need of Ik-ncvolent A.-sociati ans has i.nv, '
been sci'ii and recognized. Among the natives! '
actual want of the iiect s-aries of life is rarely to !
ii i- i , ,
; je IOUI1U, IIII1CSS resulting iTOlll
apathy ; but they have their charitable associa-
tt...... ...1 .... . .. ..... 1 t ,-
iion.-., n uu.i: i-it-i nuns, However, arc muiniy ell-
rccted to visiting and advi.-ing with the sick of
their own irlass. The foreign portion of the
j community, to tiie credit of Honolulu it may be
I n-..:i i- n .
..I i M , tiie VAiivuie t it mi i iti tucu J 11 ill is n St'CCt .
i ' J I v,,ul-u 1 11 ' 1 1 Ll
i .t i t ., , .
anu no one w no lar.us on inese snores, ol wnat-
' ever nationality or creed need BuU'er from want
! or pine ur.aideil in rackness. 1 liu ft. Cienrge 8
j iJeiievolent Society, the Ceruian Benevolent Asso-
j ciation, the Ladies' Stranger's Friend Society,
and last, but by no means least, the American
i Relief Fund Association, stand read- and anxious
! to succor the distressed and provide medical at-
' tendance for the indigent sick.
! The last-named association, wno rn!,1
i r- "
j February lld, I-m'.j, the it!ea of its inception j
' having originated with several patriotic Ameri- i
j can Residents, and the anniversary of the birth j
I ' the Father of his country was very sippropri- ;
: "tely chosen on which to found the society. It
now numbers 70 nieinbjis, and its a Hairs, as will
be been by the annexed report, are in a very
prosperous and satisfactory condition. We wish
them (!od speed.
The Treasurer of the American Relief Fund As
sociation respectfully submits the subjoined ae-
count current of Ihe fund for the year ending 22d
Febru-uv. 1 si;"
To :ii l for r. li. f t f Mr. $ 6 00
To uiiil for r-:ti I of .Mr. 16 00
To teil for it Ii-f of 5lr. H 00
To i-.td ft rr-Iff of Mr 1 oo
T: paiil f..r relief anil hurial el Mr. 107 51
To ..-tiil for relief of Mr. S 00
To .:i i.l f..r r. l't f of Mr. 53 00
To .ai. r.r r.li.fof Mr 174 -Jo
T- jui'l f.-r reu. l ol Mr. ". 'S 00
Tti I'ai.l for o il f ol Mr. fjj 00
To pa il eH ne accoui.t 2 60
Ualaiioe Fltf iii
Contra. $1,492 57
Hv easli.1,1 balance tM9 57
lly etii-h receive. I Iroui suh-o-ri'-eis. . 114 10
Ity interest on $C-0 iuvestetl 00 00
By resolution it was v -tc-J lliat $200 ail lltional be invesO ,1.
A. l. Cahth KitaiT, Treasurer.
Honolulu, F'eb. 22, 1SC7.
Ly a unanimous vote the old oflieers were re
elected for lhe current year, viz :
Prrtiilrnt A. J. f artwrijilit.
t'icr I'resii.'fHt Itev. I.'. I'amon.
Trtitaurrr A. II. I'.iittvtil.t.
Srcrt l iry K. II. glaiite-.
Tlioop. Mt-tcaif. n F. Enow.
1FT TIIK KINt.PtlM.
w. A. Ai iricb. ;CTi. l. Uicd:tr.i, wm. wii-nn,
'r Ui.-h..ni-,n, .i. k. s.rks, jTh--.t. nnatt,
Thos. .Mi Uet.rue, ! A. fc. Orinl aum, T. 1 . lioug.ieriy.
mfmbkks awwucan w-lik? ass.s-uti.4.
"m. f. aii-h. k. tiiiii.an.i. .i.M.oat,
br. A. C. llulTiini, : It. II. Oi.lu.' re, Win. C I'arke,
j;,s. a. n.iriiiek, 'J. r. liiiL.-tie-, .i..iui n. r.-uy.
i. - r.tii-rons, 1 t m. iinit.s. m. I inii-tis,
. . ... i... .. r. : . '
l-hlis K. H,.!,,,,. iwpi. llerricK, S. I
ChllS. It. Illshop,
Cornelius liaitoie, .1 . A. Iloppi r.
M. It a 1 he.
(1. W. II. .11'!. tailing. S. I-.. Kaivon.
lioln-rt I'.r. j."!.
A. I Cariwrieht,
A. J. Curlier. jtht,
o. u. Clitr.r l.
!1. A. I'. Carter,
II. I.. Chase,
Jo.-e.i Co. k,
S. C Iiainon,
Cbas. C. Harris,
I ts. H. llojjers.
1 1 rank Harris,
K. O. Hall,
W. W. Hail,
iO. It. Iloire,
" A. F .In. 1. 1,
U. W. C. .Id' 3,
I. C. .Lines,
.las. I., l.-wis,
, W. N. I.ii.l I.
'.las. S. L niinon,
:.loh:i S. Iiw,
.las. L a:.ala.
II. Y. I.u.l.l.totl,
K. I'. Morgan,
;C. K. Itichar.lson,
: Wui. Kit-haras,
!J. lie Silva.
.11. II. Stanley,
II. W. Seeernnee,
II. N. Millinnii,
II. L. Sheliion,
Ii. M. W hitRty,
C. K. Williams,
i.l. W. Wi. I. Illicit!,
I. lew. Zdl.lm 76
J. It. Oic.sou,
J- b. l'--h.-i,
Imvi l Iiaytnti,
I. N. Fl.tinr,
.h r -tne K.-rtry,
Tlios. 11. Ft sler.
Tin: Foi:tii:th Avijmcav ("ovcukss. This body,
by a special act of the last Contrress. passed in
.Ja,,iirv. will ass-mble at noon on Monday m-xt.
March 4;h. It is coinpo.-ed as follows: In the
Senate, twenty six States are represented by ."2
members, of whom 10 are classed as 1'nion. and 12
Opposition. In the Hou-e, twenty States are rep-
resented by 11.2 members, of whom 1 20 are Fnion.
-H' Opposition. The States of Connecticut.
California. Kentucky. New Hampshire, Khode
Island and Tennessee, choosing 21) members, were,
at last accounts, yet to elect their members for the
House of Lcpresontatives. The terms I'niou '?
ami -Oppo-itioii." as used by the press of the1
United Males in the pn-sent intam e. are directly I
lhe revere of the manner iu which such terms i
would be ti-ed in EnglMi political parlance, as the
Opposition." in this in.-'atieo, are those who are ,
sin posed to favor the Adn.inisti alien of the I'resi- :
.l..i:t. It will thus be seen that the adherents of
the President's policy are in a hopeless minority.
even should Kentucky an.l Tennessee side with the
ipt.si'i.'ti. which is more than doubtful, while '
i iher four Slates will uiiqtiesiionably go
I'lii-.n " to a man. Nebraska and Colorado will
probably bo admitted soon, and the Union major-
itv be thereby increased in the Senate four votes,
and i:i the House two. ;
Thu.-. with all the immense patronage which :
president Johnson ha
; ,..s-esseii and dOtltiUess
freelv w ielded t'..r the election of members favor
ab'e io ! is policy, since Li accession to the seat of
tlie lamented Lincoln, he. after all. find- himself
powerless, and with a Congress jealous of his .lets
and united in opposition to his boasted "policy.""
The eouicrv feels H'.ellg and safe ill the hands i.f
its cl.o-en " Ili-pre-etita'ives. and will suffer Mr.
Johnson to sink into the insignificance which his
obstinacy and o.liy have fairly eai tied.
Tl.e people of tlie Smith, blinded bv the delusion
that thev L.itl numerous and po.veriitl friends at
- " , . 1 " 1 ......
i!:t. ,,n!i ready to stand bv them, and that the
President possessed -t!i the power and the wnl
t 1 re-admit them M(;r.s nn tln-ir own terms,
li;ivl !lowI1 t,,.v. are p,o l.-ss hostile and biti.-r
tow a. 'U tip North than thev were during the fierc-
" 0 ays f ti e w nrp or are tl.ey 1 ess
tvrantii.e and opjin-s n.-e fnenmen than wtni
were slaves. Surely the late elections in to.
North must convince them, as it must all the world
of the diked States are de-
t toe t. ...... ...... it.
lermi.ie.l that the Union limit and shall be ore-
scried, and that the grand results of the bloody prints which he left, would seem to have been a
and cm I v w ar through which the nation has pass- Chinaman. '"r police are pretty sharp, but lin
ed shall descend unimpaired to posterity, and un- fortunately they are limited incumber. as it
tainted by the restoration of avowed "rebels to seems. so iirich so. that the bu-iness part of the
oflice a:id "power. . town ia not properly guarded.
: g into a'.l the
w.ui rj ih'taiN i,f t!.
ia liy the '.' !-. ' . n,
in all of i:r !
h it" I.e. n l.iv i-i ,!
l a-t fi.rt.il.ht. wli'i
late wet weather, r. i;n iiTjr- I
w'.'.l merely say. w hat pretty
ii.-rs know already, that we
mtv lH''.!n:i;'ii'!v, tliu irg the
i:r u.-'i al iiivr rakis. that
giswrally. !..nv r. c u-.e earlier ia the soasnii.
Tiie tains 1 ave .,!! e- ; -!"arly and steadily, and
t'.ie e'uire lui.i.liy fi- i revived, altiioiijih durltij
several day-al:ii. .-t a'.l Lin Is of out ! Jmr nu
n! .y;.; it were Mjiv t!-1 il. Ti:o streams in the
ti liferent val
sui ih n tlai ii.ij Su:i
at am-'iinl of damage
n la-t. 1-
. was done, and we have seen the water a:t:eh h:-!a r
la foi i.ief ear-.
a l.-i iti je was
:s v .H e Lea i.-r
I av. iv. ant
1 l.l:lll !li-r..-i t.l
cane at ICaal e-a l'la:i.a;ii:i
water. The i t-a l- ia many 1
lv treaciuil a:al fen.leiv.I 1::
two tt 1 1 nud.-r
Usees have I.e. n d-.-t j
Lie Lv the tor-
rents, and all the l.i-hles on the caii-ew.iy ;it tin ea
sitle havelieeii swej t away. The ln-iil carrier was
tb'.i.ed to go far to seaward of the causeway in
collar.;! to tow n. ami represents the iravelii'.ir us
HvlriTi.ilv lm.l We evnet-t tt la-ar from the otlu r
( NUin,i, ,!oilu Las , ,iallv severe
! ( Wedries.l.iy there was a lull the clouds
I cleared away and the sun shone biihtly. while
s"ine of tl;e weatherw ise said the liatl weather was
i over. I'ut on Thursday the wind came stronij
fr' thf we-tvaitl. with heavy miiiuIIs. aud on
y-sterday the weather looked t-u'f.e as much like a
K""a ;IS i! ,liJ a !;irl"ii-!lt;1.--"1-
Dr. Judil tupii'ics ns with the following statistics
! of the quantity of ri.iu that fell tit his resilience
uuriliir Januarv aim i -eoruarv :
xoti:s or Tin: v
Thk Km c.vt lus. Without r.
J t -I!Y.
Ja-J. 3 ;5 iiK-lit. Jan. TJ 'rt inches.
10 11 " J' OT -
11 10 VV ut -
12 IT " i T....r 1.40
ToUtl for January 6 JO inches.
Kel.y. 2 11 Indies. Feb. 1m 4 35 inches.
2 20 " IT OS -
4 Ill " 1". 1! '
5 VO 40 "
U.i " ! 21 01 "
7 14 " -1 1 "
9 l.l.S " ' 12b "
io ia ' -i tj.;4 "
is t-i -i n "
14 TO JT Jl "
15 2.17 " -s U4
Total for February 22.4'J inches.
Mr. .T. II. Wood sends us the follow ing eommu-
i nicatitjii relating to ihe freshet :
Ni'I'am: I'i.am'a rio, March 1. ls'.;7.
II. M. Wiutxky, EmDoir Sir: As the fall of
iiiti tliti-Mitr ilia lolvi iv-.ij.l- li-lO li.Hl ViTV IllilWII'll
....... t, ... j ,
;i- . t.i. . i .....-
i if not unnieceileiUed, it niav interest some ol voiir
! readers to know that my record, carefully noted, is
j as follows: Friday, 3 inches 17 hundivths ; Satur
j day, .So ; Sunday. 12.7."; Monday, .l.j; Tuesday,
J 2.CC ; Wednesday, 0.00 : Thursday. .Uj total, lfi.71
j inches. Though my record is made diU'ereiitly for
my own purpose, I have here reckoned the twenty-
I four hours, from 7 a. m. of one day to the same hour
IK'-Vt- ,ljul 1 m:,-v compare notes with those of
I l1- nil,,u' :t iUul !l rl":' -1'' nearer town.
! A-S si matter of curiosity, I measured the velocity
of the Xiiuanii stream on the 2-1 1 Ii hist., though be
foie the water had reached its highest point by
three feet, and have since measured the area under
my biidge spanning it. ami taking the water at its
maximum bight, and velocity as measured, the
quantity passing the bridge per litinutu was l,t20,
l.VJ gallotisla. 210 (Mid pounds. or7.U0;i tons,
which, w ith the fall of six feel the liver litis just be
low the bridge, furnished a horse-pow er of 2.7..".
From these figures Col. Ixcndcrgast can easily
figure, approximately, the quantity of water this
; si ream discharged into the harbor on that day, the
size of a reservoir that would hold il, and the
months it would furnish sii7 supply to the city
Enormous as was the quantity that fell here on
tain it was not half us much as
out the day, w hile there was no rain here till 11
a. M., and but little till " l. m. : from that time to
11 r. m. the fall was about 11 inches.
I think nearly every stone on Ihe
river bed of
. been moved, and many
There w as a continued
of much greater weight.
line of them rushing down stream like footballs.
occasionally striking Ihe hd of the river once or
twice and then awav with a bound several 101
making'the earth tremble and a noise resembling
Mv rain pajre is a patented
Messrs. II t). Hall & Son. who
.. , . .
article, procured ot
have more for sale.
Yours truly. J. II. Wooo.
DitowNKn. On Sunday last, during the freshet
i in the N'nuanu stream, quantities of firewood from
j above came floating dow n, and w ere eagerly picked
up by the natives living on the borders of the
j stream. Among the rest was a young married
! woman, named Kalehua, who was more venture
j some than theotheis iu wading out into the stream,
! when suddenly, by a new accession from above,
i the waters came down in a huge wave and the
woman was instantly engulfed. Her companions
; on the shore found it impossible to render her any
! assistance, but had enough to do to look out for
j their ow n safety. She was seen to rise once and
I endeavor to reach the bank, but instantly disap
I pearcd. drawn under by a whirlpool. During the
dav, and on Monday morning, both banks of the
stream were carefully searched without finding the
body, but on Monday afternoon it was found hy a
' fisherinsxi on the edge of the reef, not lar from
j w here the L'ic,riiriina is moored. On information
j received. Sheriff Dayton had the body brought to
! the Station House, whence, beintr identified bv the
i husband and other relatives, it was taken up the
; Valley for interment. There were two wounds,
one oil the head and one on the cheek, by contact
: with the rocks.
i Lakcf.xy itsom a Sim-. Last Saturday eveninjr
a seaman belonging to the sickuctiiun. named
' Edwin Warren, who was on shore on boat duty,
i taking "French leave. ": went on board the Rritisll
baik Tv-iz-'i-, lying nt the Esplanade, and asked
, permission of some of the hands to go below for
; a nap, he being apparently somewhat under the
influence of liquor at the time. This was granted,
and Warren evinced his gratitude for the hospitali
ty bv getting up sometime dining the night and
I stealing from the berth of one of the sailors, a
; silver watch and chain, a shirt, coat and pair of
boots, toirether with S2.2."i in change. With this
fa;r start in the world, he set out for Ewa. where
j.,. was arrested on .Monday by some natives on
suspicion of bi-in a deserting seaman, on Tuesday
,,.,,.,1 for the larceny and on Wednesday sentenced
to six months imprisonment at hard labor. It is
understood that the period of sentence was lixed
' '.' " , 1 .... . . i ,.,.,
r.f that time he mav be returned to las shin, which
;t js supposed will remain about the islands tor
1 hk Al.i:i:i.si. ihrs fine schooner, which runs
regularly on the Ililo route, has been a month ub-
sent to-day. and has c xpT rienced a good deal of bad
weather. A week ago last Tuesday, she wa at
anclior in Ililo. having found it impossible to take
in cargo at either Onomea or Kaiwiki plantations.
At the former Lcr boat was swanipe 1 ami a lot of
sugar lost, and at the latter the same accident hap
pened with the loss of a load of niola--c.-. the biu.t
in each instance capsizing. The w ind was soiith-
east, and Capt. Cluney, of the ihbl 7-'i7o?r, says the
breakers were terrific. With the wind at south-
west or westerly, as has been the case the past
week, the A'l-rni has probably succeeded in load-
ing. and may be looked for shortly
r.'.T.oi.Auy am) Lakcfat. Sometime during
,,. , ,. . 1. . .1 . 1.. t..
ieiaesua i.mui i.iai, me tiiiiji sioie 01 i'i. .t;.j-
Kibbiu. on Queen street, wa entered, and soiie!
sixty or seventy dollars in cash stolen therefrom.
Tie' thief entered by the window ill the rear, hav
ing pried off the wooden shutter with a chisel, and
breaking ft pane of glass, turned the spring, thus
effecting his entrance. From all Ihe circumstances,
it would appear that '.he thief in thi ca-e wn- ac-
and from the foot-
O'laiiue.i win. .: ,,-..-.
A Ymi;.k Wi-hmm;. W e have Lad to tlir-.udt.li
i:i in. inl.s p. ne hy a crystal wedtlist-j and ti.eti a
Miver v .-.1 li;. A more h.;tidIe s-t h'e it.-v.ihts
o:i !) i-.nv. to note the Ih-.-f i,-.-..'iu ivi-.l.i:;i- aiir.t
velai y -Ver eb.-erved ill h-iu.laUl. It ..t k '.
at the j.'.taani eettage if .Mr. 11. A. P. t'a'Ur. t u
Kuki:i tie-t. on Tuesday eeuii;- hi.-!, the eeeu
pants of whieh were uait.d iii the bt.r.d- of malri
t!i..p.y jut five years ht-jre. A jrot-Jly t -tsup.iiiy
et l!i lhlots and friends :wset;.l!ed t.i et-nrratnlate
t:ie ' aj-'ii
hi'-less on the e et:f . and to
t.-llder the en.MeM: et the aaniversai v. The "Ills
wero all of in-.., mostly useful ht.iiM-ht hi ailieles.
vi;ii a fewclMiiceoriiaitieiit.il I'ieces. am! utiinlieivd
Jir. f. il-'.y cvt-r t lie hiunht-.f. Sosne .ii'took ei" the
j"ke. a;u!-:ij which was a hae cine, ef Vi uh wood.
hit h inhiht. It r anbt that we know, li ne st ieil
Jack tt.e ;:.ant Killer. Itocitirred to u- at lii.-t
!a:.ce that it had straxed from its itrotier spheie.
and would lie mole
lieliii'.tl lie dear of
s- ;i.e editor's sanctum. Then there were woeib li
bowls, goblets, pails, tubs, wootleli spoons, knives
aa.l fte.ki. and numberless little etcetera, which
come so handy to an industrious hou-c-kecper.
iu her culinary opt rations. JJut the .'. d'a crc
of the fveiiing. both in the uriginaliiy of iis.de
! sign and execution, was h poem, composed for the
I occasion by Kev. II. Corwin. It was written o i
; .s.'.r ..V, which had been prepared w ith that skill
which a true Yankee loves to display when he takes
: up his jack knife to practice his sublime mid an
cient ai t. whether it be in maki:ira wooden nutmeg
or the model of a line-ot-battle ship. We have in t
; space for the whole, which comprised some eight or
; tun verses, but cannot refrain from inserting Ihe
' first :
i From st-Uely proves uuthrape-.us l rancV.es f ire:uliii,
; My rustic muse, s.une svlvan inl-uie bring
I With j .y to cclet rtite this wootlen wetiJinir,
i And tax thy Unigue some wt-otllantl song to amp."
Tkmi'KUam k Lkoion. This Association appears
! to be making rapid progress, already iiin.ibei -iuif
! sixtv members. The usual Thursday evening meet-
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i ill t'l luia tittn. in il.t ,-ti, ito.tiii ti tut tit lilt i
i Church, was crowded with the members ami those
j w ho came to hear. In accordance with a Kesolu
' tion passed at a previous meeting, a weekly liianu
: script journal lias been established, with Mrs. A.
j W. Allen as the Ilditiess. and the fust number was
j read by that holy on Thursday evening, and re-
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jcetvedwith much applause, as its brilliant and
I sparkling coiitenis w ell deserved. The Kev. lr.
j Culick was present, and by imitation laatle an im-
! promptil address, which w as eloquent und pointed.
i We are pleased to see this worthy and useful Asso-
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I ciation in a fair way to become h permanent msli-
: lllti" iu Ilunuliilu.
j ClAN(:K.r;v atI oBk.ial ulmoiinc,.mt.nt in
i the Coveriitnent Gazt tte. of Wednesday last, we
learn that from an.l after that day, February 2Cth,
! reals and half reals, as well as" lln-lish six and
i thre.- pennv pieces, w ould be received at the Treas-
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luryatthe rate of ten and twenty to the dollar
I respectively, and the French franc piece at the
j rate of fifteen cents. This change in the currency,
! wliti-lt e. I.'lt it fii ioienllv i.,liM,-.it.,l n .,,.,,,1
I one, and was imperatively demanded. We cannot,
how ever, but protest against the haste w ith which
it litis been enforcwd. One month's previous notice
should ceit.liulv have been given before carrying
: the ordinance into effect, fsuch u iirecaution would
have saved the natives, who lrequenlly hoard their
little Ravings in reals, much inconvenience and
doubtless no inconsiderable loss, and have pre
vented much ill feeling towards those in power.
Cioon Wohks. " By their works ye shall know
j them.' says Holy Writ. An Association of Hawai
ian ladies, under the leadership of llcr Majesty.
Queen Emma, are in the habit of meeting weekly in
a sewing party, to do up such needlework as may
come to their hands from those who choose to give
' them their work, and Ihe proceeds are devoted to
tisting Ihe sick and destitute among their own
untrymen and women. We are told that they
; don't use sewing machines, but all the line stitch-
ing on shirts, etc., is done by hand, and very hand-
: sonicly too. Vastly different this from the song of
; a shirt that Hood writes about.
: Tm: Waimka Cm r.cu Cask. We hear it rumor-
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111 111.11 1 lie- ttatt lit ,111 uitsiiiii 111 me iiiii.ti t-iiuin u
case, which has been under the consideration of
! tLe Co,,rt s'i,,ce Al),il last- now nvary 11 year an'1
j tat a decision will shortly be rendered. This,
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; However, is merely a iiimor 011 ine sircci, ami w e
; give it for w hat it is worth. The lawyers in the
; case, it is to b presumed, are anxiously waiting.
; ' 0 The .lr.p.in of oi l, who churches a e- "
lie useti to come of a Sunday
Whole ct.ni-rcgatious were to him
liut a tlisb of balmagunili."
! Ir.isu PoTATOKS. A good article of Irish potatoes
is hardly to be got in town those from California
at hand being of a very poor quality, tough as
leather and dry as a outsell laro. lhe otucr day
some thirty odd bags of these potatoes, in a dam-
aged condition, were sold at auction for S2the
containers being worth S7 or 58. Meantime, at
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,a.mca and kawaihae, Hawaii, there are plenty
1 of as fine potatoes as any in the world. Our Louse-
' keepers can wish for no better potatoes than those
raised at Kaw aihae.
j Dktainkd liv Lai Wkathkb. During the ten
1 days previous to Wednesday last, quite a number !
to ciiucsua v last, quite a milliner ! mueu m m tiot.ii, .-.m w o Vi t u,
ig schooneis'running both to the j r.cednifii have entcreJ the ormy. and are being for
, , , ..... warded in detachments lo theseat or war in I'araguay.
I leeward, have been detained in ! , ., . , , , '
i of the coastinp
I windward and
port by the bad weather. The Ku!itiK and the
Mai got to sea on Wednesday, and with the wind
free from the westward outside, may make fair
passages up. The weather, however, is far from
settled yet. ami looks as much like a Kona as it
did at the commencement of the fctorm, a fortnight
Yf.KY Likk a Wh.h.k. We hear from Lahaiua
per steamer of Sunday last, that the shore party of
the second city" have been laviiif in w ait f r i
some time j.ast for something that lo-k.,1 very !
1 f - !
like a whale.' Recently a whale, taking advantage
of the supposed absence of any danger from bombs
and lances, had been cruising about. Haunting its
flukes and spouting in derision. Last week a party '
1 .. . ,
started in pursuit and succeeded in capturing the
animal. We have not leal tied how many bar-
reier saw w as.
The R. W. Wooii. This fine Bremen and lh.no-
hilu packet came into port on Wednesday evening.
having had an unusually long passage for her.
She brings as passengers 'several young couples,
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new ly mated, the worse.- halves i.f tw o of which
wa nt from here on a visit to Faderland in a state of
single blessedness, and now return with their chosen
mates to make their nests iu Hawaii nei.
Di:atii ok (I. S. Ibrtvi.iMi. CJ. S. Rowland, an
American seaman, formerly 2d mate of the bark
Merest, died very suddenly on Saturdav last, in
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the olhce of the Harbor Master, liv the bursting of :
... 1 ,r 1 i 1 - ." r r
a blood ves.-. l. He had been sick for some tune
past. He belonged to Wilmington. N. C, where he '
has a family. ,
Mtsovrr- Mkktinc We are rcqursbM to state ;
that the regular monthly meeting of n,: j
Lotlge No. 21, w ill take place at their Lodge Koom,
corner of Queen and Kaahuinanu streets, on Mon
day evening next. March -fth, at o'clock. Visit-
ing brethren are iniitod to attend
Ivswe Max from Kacai. The native who was
reported some weeks ago as having, while in a
slate of insanity, committed a murderous assault
on another native at llanaa-i. was brought up in
irons on the schooner Mm, on Thursday last.
Hovk Opt. At Emmes A- C'o.'s shipyard. Mr.
Dowsett's bark, the M-nu.a Let. is hove out. and
will be thoroughly repaired. We learn that she is
, , , ' ,, ir tcurr- .
under charter by Messrs. Ilackfeld & Co. to pro-
teed to Pctropaulski this spring.
rr.'r- Two communications one from Judge Mof-
fitt. relating to Judge Kalanipoo's death, and the
other relating to the road supervisor f Kona are
LATE FGREJOH ITEMS
Tclesru jihic iiikI olbcr.
Tiie iiew r iitt r in ciiii f i f thf i'ai is .l.m .o ur is
oni.V Ihiriy i-!tlil jreais i.f
The Lt ti.h u t'l tnt .k uintl 3jr- Cito-in Vic'orii
C'l ml il U.I lo ffr ll.c ti.ciii'i. -to tbd rttiJtiit
Tin SI.-jf of f.it'r (lie riiriif .f jiurrtut hulr
fctartrl in f. tii Jon, K irsi niiii the buLing in't-rrrt.
Why is it raT to L.r.ik into an of.l man's tmure ?
Tvennse bi g iit is orikt-u aud liis Uc Us ar e lew.
Tiie g-u!ej;:c:il cfvtr.iclrr if Ihe rtk i-u which
tit ui.Vu .Is s . l is b.o i to Ik tpririr.
There iii-t- itet-i sair-i i ive.lvii.g j loO.OO1.', a J lii.ft
Ihe LoL-i. u '..-.' .1(1.7 fi'.c.ft.
The p ire.i'uiit ii i f I.mi.-ti.lo, Krotuekr, is fitiori.
I J al I-IioW. TU: is d.uble ilv p ul.iii. n i
Jei s :i;tt.
l.'(ia:i"s great comet will bo visible to mortal
eyes a; n in the vear SS-'A Cat Ibis p iragrnph
l ut ft r ri Inciice.
The Iliii-h Cb:tit-f is in a modJ'e, trvitblci by
the ref. nu apt iiiett. The qutstinn U-fore the .Min
icrs 1:1 powir is to be, or not lt It."
Professor Aensii 5;:ys thit fur for: years he Wii
a teelier, an. I never patlihed a pupil, lie Juoa
net believe in the vinties t-f ' greeu lWtscy."
lie who is r.i.t wiiiinit to Clin place be Is fitlcJ for
will fiuJ no place fine I for him.
The Aiiiiricm Mini-ttr t- ( 'bile, Geo. Kilpatrick,
wus recently marrie l at Viilaparsiso tt a niece of
the ArclibisU p id (.'bile.
Mr. K-tvanah, wlio Iris neither arms nor lrg,
ran" for I'liliauuut from Kilkenny, aud Wat
Mr. lleimessy, who IihJ both.
The liostun Vill, aK'a.ling IbmiMi Catholic organ,
has come nut for iiiipaitial butrrajtc, ns it exists in
w liat air dis the yuiinji mouse sing to the old
mouse, when I iting bis way through Jbe boencry at
the i'pt-i.i ? Hear me girtw, uia."
The owner of the Iuie!i (J ip fairu has gone to
woik fillinj; up one vini i.f the crinal, an l that mutl-
tru war-like niveutiou will been be ' bottled up."
Tlio nsgrisale of contritutioiis ta the Myor of
V""".11"1 ,or lbe reIU"f r,,r auflVrcra by the great
, farc r. is 600,31?.
The estimate gross revenues cf the OirarJ estate
for 1 bOT aie rjooO.UUO. It is hr-reJ the fund will
soon be able to Mippoit twelve hunJreJ orphans.
The French steamer ricrcirc, Cij-taiu I'uchesne,
has acbievej the quickist pui:igo on leoorJ, nine
thijs, tuna Ilavre lo New Voik. She was built by
Messrs. Napier Sons, of Ghisguir. ,
T'ho lV.rt.t ltita rtr.l.'i-tf.t n iMri-nlui. 1 1 1... I ... .11
...........v.'.v........t...t.wittti tie iccuttl ill all
,hc H,ic isi,!,,,, iuviiiuR thrm to be Pre!.n, Ht
; a cinoiiiz iiinn iu Uoiuf, cu the festival of St. I't-ler,
j July -'Jtii, lb07.
: Not Tb k A l'uris Jispalcli declares tint it is
I1.01 tIUC '' M:'imi.,15!"I'' tLe a,l,v", ,0 U,
Ioiipe.er of MexioD, will be a cnutlijAto for TrcsiJeut
; of t liat Hepuhlie !
j A lrl ,wt.ve jeors of age, died ia London rcoentlr
Iroui t wallow nit a u iiiiix'U floiie. it was fouuii, mi
post uiurteiii ilainiiiatu ti, that the eh irp poiut of
i the stime had passed into the lungs, and produced
; ""i'1,1 ihflamtimiion, which cuused death.
i Wnu.'ir ins Armor a l The bill amending Ihe
! Acj organizing the several Territories by conferring
; euBraBO, wuhout regarJ lo race or Color, has become
j a ,4W W11(iut lhe iVesidenfs Bpr-roval. Ihe bill
. repealing Ihe amnesty and pa-.doii authority giren
j to the rresijent, became a law in a similar way.
, ie kept uitiii over ieu uava w uiiout action.
i no iicrai.s t Washington correspondent says a
bill is (mined for ml roil uct ion in lbe llbUbe, provid
ing for the appointment ol Geu. (Jrant a actiug
rresidcut ic case of the impcaohuunt of Andrew
! Nl-.W oBK, Jin. 8
Tho excise law was a?itin
vififiriiihlw on f j-iritiiii ioulr.i v l'ta Jsul.lti-iVi w
, b& q)licl)y A large',ncclil) of GerU,8 was held
at Cooper a Institute last night favoring its atnet
Aitkr the ForitTii It is announced by telegraph
that C'ougrets will do nothing in the im peach inetit
question beyond collecting tentiuiony until after the
4ih of March, leaving that subject fur consideration
until there is time to alteuj to it.
The Liyuort Tbaffio. There in quite a rumpus
in New York aud oilier Eastern Stales coiiceriiinc
the retail liquor trallio. The laws are pretty strict,
and the authorities have been worked up to the
j necessity of euforotng them
Iu Louisville there are forly-two and a half miles
; of street railroads. The number of passengers car
; ricd per month is 925,000, aud the receipts per an.
Dum orc a51,0bH).
Tho United States claim $-150,000 from Mr. Annan,
; a Frenchman, that being the amouut puid him by
; t,ie "-ouieiieraies anas reotis, lor snips or war.
IUsioxtD Tho members of the French Cabinet
i have resigned their port folios. Napoleon has issued
! a new decree, forbidding Ihe Chambers hereafter to
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rer.lv In lite Rr.erim frnni tbii thrinii.
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l .nvrtov -Inn s I hA riffteial lutlrna nr I Vtm.it.
i hagen denies that the Danish government has any
j iuteutiou of ceding the island of St. Thomas to the
., . , 0
: It was officially announced to day that the Driiieh
, Oovtrnuiciit has acceptea the plan aubniittcd by tbc
j ican provioces.
Advices from Paris utatc lhat France is dipgustcd
i wilb tlie jm put forwurd by the Liupcror
1 v, . r
! Ur. Stone, of San Francisco, says bo is fully con-
vinccd that the manufacture and introduction of
ttiirn wirip into ffpneral lisfl will not iliminiah llifnni.
,.erance aa ja3 been supposed. Full two thirds nf
all the wine iniiiiufactuieii is converted into brandy,
' and in lhe wine growing districts, intemperance is
: "n ,he ".crease extending to the youth of both sxr.
! . V1' "1. Work. The railroad over Mont Ceuis.
Italy, lo oe uone ucxi spring, niasiera graces as
, ue'U)lflM fool in twtue. and the locomotive is to
i noi,i t u ou,i go nbcad by menus of a third or central
! rail, which it pinches with a pair of large, horizou-
; tal wheels or pulleys.
' Brazil The Emperor of IJrazil has just liberated
j the national slaves, the proBts of whose labors be-
hmped to the Crown; and large Du.nbera or the
Lo.noon Ntwfci-.ilKRS. The circulation and last
year's profits on Loudon daily newspapers are as
follow : Timet GO.OiO, S'',0J0 ; Ttltrph 155,b00.
200,000 ; SI i ndii rd 5.l 0, SI 25.000 ; Herald
1,000. S 10,000 ; .Morning JldcertUrr 25,0tX), SCO,
W ; Morning I'ot 500, $10,000; .Yeut 6.000,
S" 25 .000 ; Star 80.009, 40,00'.
It is tail that ex Governor Eyre is writing a his
tory cf the .1 annuel insurrection. Ills testimonial
cemmittce have received in cash Bnd promises nearly
JEl'J.iXiO, and ihey have nlrtaiy had under terious
consiJeratian the course lo be adopted and lbe counsul
1 ,he evcn.t 'e threatened criminal
prosecution being carried nut. On Ihe other band,
,iC j..j CUIimiitteo h ive gathered JCB.fjfXl one
i,lf w heicwith to intHot the cx Governor for mur-
P'1" ,hf ftrt ot. aJultcrrtting foo.1 is carried to
perfection. Butter, in that favored hiiitule, is corn-
povc,, of ,ttnoW, remllilt)ts 0f cbeese. the juice of the
r a t lis of marigold, and raw patatr.cu scraped and
reduced to Diiln. This delicious compound 19 made
into cakes, arid outwardly provided wilh a later of
(be gen,,ir,e article.
The Al itor r.r flying ship is approaching comple-
lioa in San Francisco, an I lis power of failing
thro.ijrh Ihe air will toon be tested. The public have
no faith in its ability lo do half what Us projectors
hyt if it can ,.crf0ria a quarter cf what
,ul,y promise it will be a wonder.
Nf w uIt.(,I.! A K legrnm from Home, says Ihe
Catholic population iu Ihe United States has reached
tuch proportions, that his Hol'mecs the Pope bas
decided that four ad litional episcopal sees would lie
created in this country. In consequtuce, the United
which fifty years ago had only one biBbop-
that ot Iialnmore -will have now twenty-two.
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limssnM Rock Ibis rock is to be blasted. It is
.n ,ie ,l!lrl0r of s.in Francisco, on the South t.idc,
ftri(i ;, t(ime two hundred and fifty feet long, one
hundred and Cfty feet wide, and is five feet below the
eurface at low tide. The Government intends lo re-
move it to the depth of twea ty five feet at low water
New Yoek. Jan. 19. The President s W ashing-
. t SQ.U .
ton evening criran. in its issue 01 iue 10m,
" It necessary, the Mrong iron hand of Ihe Adminis
tration will be invoked lo' stay the course and prevent
the consummation if Pivlical treason. The great
iftih the President has taken to protect and defend
the Constitution cannot be forgotten. The people
who sustain him with their hair million majority or
' . .- ... I itVntl, mil'l mot fr.rir.r
nUhave alrely broii.hVtliVGonmi
t0 t!',e cr,e ,,f another revolutiou. If the Radical
mal rity in Congress pursues its treasonable course
roif.h longer the Government, in order to sustain
itself, will h-ive to arm its supporters. At the call
of the President all his friends, North and South,
'! ""P and j11 "! p,"nJp
contest the issue caanct be doubtful. Congressmen
c fco -. Ss,llers on lhe floor of Congress, but
wljtn )fy CllKlC t0 iea,j their adhereuts into Ihe field
thn will be another thing. The real armies anl
grent 8.,idiei s of ihe republic will be found fighting
under the flag- We ndviee the opposition ol a Ue-
teruiined and fixe! fact: Andrew Johnson will
serve out his conHlutioeal lertn of office."
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