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J ITUMDjr. J mil. 14. 1aa.
Tha aaiy aa4icaalaW b-atwra af laa
' weak kaa kaaw a cawlU aabr. by fJ. M. bWlaar. U dry .
(mm, crara and bacea, at lha atnra 4 Mjaara. E.
IMarkr(vr dt Ca whir acrapW Wedaralay aud Tbara
day. Tka rda vara aat aa ta aaaail kaa, aad adl M4 (a ap
aaer f 1U,IMM. Tka kirma af aala aara ntraaKty Uberal t f tOU,
raab aaar i"0, w aaaaha aaar 4 Mt. Ihrea aaadha I aver
ua kair aanfba awr $IJUK a aatha ; aaer i,IMl. a
Tha aartk-a axat klrraard la tha dry aad anrh(
ara aatt alMal al(h lb aula, ('oalg nates U f cira au4
aJtoarra fma aa rram bwa r bat ap. allh p.it.e orlcra
c ii and atn abfcia-klerwd. On arlwla af aalaral kl la
bacca a artea kt llowdttla. 1 19 k Jb-rraiurd
rat. lb. Othr I M at bring chars'.
U' kara tki aarlara ara ba iaf flm ia Haa F raaraw-a at
WawkaaW ra.U aka, wUk lha latralaa k Ibeat at aac.
taat kt Ik c. k a r lorae a 01 uuly letal k fcraak da
aar alraady aaark4 atarbet, and kwy haa-a ataat Uaa.
The 4laM'a ruaimeirtal articla kaa Ibe t0nm tag para-
. . . .' & i t i
Tba writer lualala lhal om duateatU eapatta ara lacrraaita;
t Hi jaar Jrar, ha laa faca ml la- figure af ih t.'atlcclu
KtaartaM- Ihaa . 11.1139. 91
Ksp-rwa.r 1 1 1 J
. Ktuarta IM4. . l,-iUl t
aUporWa 1-wtJ MuftActtf.!
TktlMlkCwwl Baikal Warfnraday at, at Buco, Uklog a
aais frataat, a sautO t Battue Uaf. TW prlaclpal artir h-a
af ka car ra 'MJJ gaUana Muhwt lidA fca mhct.
uJ it &a rt
Tha AawntM ftarh Main tV arW-J Irnaa Mm Frao
ClaaaWalonaday aAaranoe), aauVr charter lo Val uuh at
alurr's Ulami, suil aaiknl tha nasi Uy.
TlM Erllta 'P Aaaarf Lmm arrived Wadneaday Croat
lluaflaod'a trial!, aMia; hum shore, ffca will fca Lv
I aa aara aaraaas arriaa jaawwiaj.
Ta iwrxaa c appr sbip J' wUI aail ? Near Bnifurvl
aa Wtdaaajny aaxt.
, Tae C will Mil t Aus frans-lara oa Malarday next a
tail Iraigal U iwl) a br.
Thm D. C. Mmrrmy will k cot Miiiim,iaJ rlU wvt Ub
bmaMtlala 4pua 8m rnaclacuk
TIM IUftiiM Wt f MM A r.MriwJ WrUnnKUj
Im BAat Iriamt, an a Irdioaa mm! Vmj ptnst,
COM U the i A I. ITEMS.
Oa-tatAl UM uw rniMUHil kt lb wU tm Bulla (row
Tk awnlfranM kvmM h w Turk ha IM? Mnlm
MiwwsBi-ta 1SW U ptfrrtf In lk Hli f Miaauori
wwlw wUwmi nw i r4to ( 4.UOO,uw aiui
aa mt mrnrnf kMjf bar . In ara jaara.
twln la aailk of rlHher, IW7. cwf. o ciii.
Um aa uwartiNt niw EnffiMMl. M7,)r71 eat. a vax-k caoar
twa laa LuUmt IHaMa, il-.l cnl. Iraaa Braatl. cat.
(ma i:jpt, m4 - frum MrUMa) liMka.
Mac La. TW tTallrrf ar mmmm ITJ.iiO afrra
a awfctta Ina4 ana al which W aaryn4, kul awax ef It aaacr
aaaa a chaia. Taa anal. If - aa4 pmymr calttmlnl,
weaid arrai huaUral aUtwa haaaaa hiu la adtaraca.
A aFaartamaaa from Hall, EnrlaoJ, rrf triiic taawVatrae
llvatcta ai laa raeaa fa-a. Taara an ahoat aiS naatU
BaJnaciKf te Urn aart waarh aat k Uaa (slra, aaul uf
ajhMrh aa arraant haa ywt an htmnt. Aauat mm hiualml
aarf 1A af Ihaaa vaaatla arta) aarlai laa week, all amr or
Waa ilaataf , ar kavtua; aiaat al their craw bgonii.
' Mlrlal aanh ahaw ttou th aaajant of frricbl. Jurin(
yatana( I Ha Brat af Jaa laa. Iraaaportn acraaa lh
taato af lulaiaa ky tha ra;t ratiraada, which aiaoant aaa car
rani HMwar4, ja Iv3.W dm, vaiacd al J3A,lH,UUO that
' M(ao) ajaataanl waa IJM'UMW luea. aalawl at A41IjWail0uUl
' Tar amaaat la aaarty Haal la Iwa-UurOa ml Urn onm (urci(B
twaiawrca af tha enuntry.
Dr. WUia, Iha Mala fmtneiaf of Inwa, haa diacorml bnla
af prat ta Muacall na ami Liua Cunnlara i il l aaa r-irl-iintnf;
" laa handrail arrrra la Cbalna Coaaly. aa I ha haa af lha .NofLb-
waaura Uatlroad, aouajt laa and m half atiica Maalbwral of
Cauuua uaa aw Mr. WklM kaa alao adlnl iw lha rcaatfCea of
tawa aaautvr vaiuabMi , ta U furmaf a raat rrcaum bed
aaar rrl lwla.
Oaaia Oota is Ciuroim-A fcw jcara aco ar
ruwaa vara auala la Haa I randan by taccivUif impa-tnl grain
and aiatribiaiu( If Ibruafh lk MUla. I'urluus ara aw aial
by rxpnrxiug gnim fruia 0aa rraociaro, la Carupa lea years
aa lory knaw CaUlueiua oojy aa lha butd af fufal bal already
aaora CaUomia graia la aUM la atsl to ilorwia lba Cauiurnia
Rl Yoaa Mnciitm-TM) fotrrnal rarrnua rdamaof
lha aalaa af arraral af to taaOuitf hoaara awltoiut I he grorral
buatneaa depraaatua la Uwl cUy la laa aaal aix aawilha. Tha
aalra af II. aV Ctaaia at Cow ktat year vera kaa laaa $ 6u,0UU
uu, and lh.e af A. T. Mlewart la tha whulraale JevrluM.at,
wra a UlUa awira lhaa S'U.auo.UUO a tIUn aoTa Mt Uata
ana Uunl Iruta tha aaWa ol t WV. The iuWw ina are laa relarua
af ather kadina hoaana d. JaiTray . 6uU ; IUtrop,
Ladlsatua ta., 710Mn Aalauay lJ-;i MtwA-,
(iaorga UUaa Co., Jliwt Ucurga A. W icka Co-,
t-iMOlri B U. rUllaadea Caw. $1vS0VJt W illiam L
raaka .', o..tMi . Hreavr c Cat, $7M,0uw; llojt,
Cas 7MKAUA; Beaaard 4t Uatlua. aOUL
Toa Ktc Par Kaaa racket, Tacaday.
f oa Saa I'saaciacw Pa CchtaUa, Mat onlay, Slk inaU
pout or HOUOLULU. II. I.
AprU II Rear 0 1.1 Fctlaw. fnwa ItawaiL
la drar UUn, (ram Muiukai,
la h:kr Lakt, a I lanakrl.
1 Vhr Aanar, aUbcwck. fra Hawaii.
' 14 ttchr Kaawak?, Aifcuna, fimt Sl.dukai.
11 iVnr Mary RUra. Weal, knot Maoi.
14 fVhr Kaaa racket. Marckaat, Cruot lUwatL
a - ar , ima atuai ,
1 -kr Mary. Mika, Croat Kaoai. j
a w ana; aaateauaataa t -, Btoaa, aw aa ra rraa
1 k kark lUIra Ikwrw, Chmpbefl, from crniae,
with Kl bblaavarnv
IS-Aat kark lUlUa ti. UaO, flak, ti diya from Man
1 aril ahia Robert ILane, Martin, 41 da 7 a fruai llw
Id Aaa wb aktp Tkna. Dickaauo, Jeraagaa, (root cnuae
with 174 abta aperam.
17 dchr Mara, Cram Hawaii.
11 Br bark Cekalia, koapp, ii days fm Haa rraocUcA,
Aprit 10 SVhr Ifanie, C Kaoai.
f Wrhr Maaaakawal. aula, O Maaf.
14 Hatr KiUuea. Mciirrgr, s WtndwarJ Parta.
13 Mckr Ka N.d, rwera, I MaL
-Vhr Kale Lee, Crxar, ix MaaL
- barb CalhM, Bmaa, k cralac
14 ckr Maribla. bVmU. aa- Hawaii.
" kaeh Caaaat, Anbntl. ta Sta Fraaciana.
14 Veh Warwick, (a- Mahdiai.
Id-Ant barb llaiua li. Hail, lak. Oaker'a laUoJ.
15 - SVhr kamaikr. A Jama, MuiukaL
. , , 14 Vkr Lata, kaaai.
l-dcfcr I hid ''Uw. 4a- Hawaii.
) "car Matlia MaiiII. Laatkert, a Kaoai.
lWkr Starj, Nika, kaaai,
IS 4Vbr Mary Rllrw. Weat. MaaL
kark Janoa, Mmilh, to rraia to wratward.
' 17-4k:kr Aaaa, aabcuck, irao llawau.
M KM OKA X DA.
Rdgaart frawa !!.
r ram Mgaaoi w kara lha adiuwmg report Aaa. w
ep autoo, at Jaaa4ry, tjua kbia rperm Am wba akip Jaa.
Araakl,a rraack Bora, with lluil bbla a-erm , Amwbale
bark A kaa. Barker, with MM bbla eperm ( A at a hale abip Bart.
4WiaU.waA 060 bbla aperm 1 tog bark Rube Towaa, 1
- Worn Baa Fa tsciaco Per Caaaet. April 14th t
aaanaa. bwarhea...... S7 Paha 4JM7 Bsau hak-a.
Z5l!l '. 1 Utajar lla a),pkga J2li
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1 51 FORTH.
Paoaj flow.'. LLaaa Per Rvbert I Una, Apnl 15
Cuaaa. kaa lm f-.i
v Foa Wiaawaaa Poara Per KUaaea. Aprd 13 ilia Ja
f wwmT tmm njog. mwb Maignt, 111a Li ja urranfrr. Ilia t. 1;
-ida Vartgay, win? aad a i L, Mct.rrw
Rer 1 Hakiwia and
Parra. Uaxla tiakn. A McDonald, Ckaa I abmaa. A Larca, M
hVtrr, Maml Bepk-y 7.
Psow noat.,f. l.taa-Per Robert L. ta, ArrO 1J
Wm P Byaa aad ana, and 1 Hawaiian 3 .
Sttltotntaa-Al the Qae-n Hnapiut. AprU 10th, Cbaa.
-ai. a(i-vi at, aeaaig:ug ! avatuw. M.
Is order to try tLe rrtnlu rf the French Interna
tional MoneUry ComniUaion. which sal at ir.e Min
istry of Foreign Affair, for the purpose of aaerr
talnioif, if a, uaiforn coinage coul.l Ua atlopknl by
alt tliar civilUeil a alio us of the rartb, a jcoht piece
had just Imn strnck aa common stamUrd uf
B9aw la France, Ejijcland and th L'nitvtl State.
th biarre ia tlx rtniry tf the jnpror Njpi-
Uaa. erowueil with Unrri. without any inacilption. I
a aut pui- ia aiaor the- yalr if art riIi-b sover-
aakaaauTaratporl I-1 lhao UaTc .r-a,-du.g qor- ( fstUit-J, Some JoubteJ the j roi rictj of the UIe
trraf kt-t y-r ' TllY?-" : puwuctl ; hut tlwj Were iiiiimiliaulr VM that
aaa atp ttUlng a, lid the rariaa f lha $d.Am awl Ike ( I -
at. W. araod. aa kao.1. bat au eleavd hy lha let braa brlakd. tlC colllIAny J.1ircl a PuIwUt fnlll the JoTem
taa rataraa wmki kaa aVa aa efraa. Tkrra M hea , , , " , . , ,
.m.H adUiig a laka tha year thraa. but not atarb. The nitnt, nr.'l Uiattera UlUftt Le WOrat-l ! tiiut tJ.
athtraa-.WaaW j.r.kw la-l l--a , t, w,rJd, tlwt if the inU-IVktd of CUtnluerce
Tka writer Iblnka Ikat a UM laa rarj aa aaated bad bra h- in thid rHli detliairk-J ftl-nin tint iHti'XI. awl in
cktdadlalka laet U. m retarna, Ikat Ike e,cta m.mkl : orJt.r thal u mlt J. BUPtaild-J, ari-tanre from
daaclracy kaa luatw la aearW t rw alMpprra kearva thai mUft l W ln-oil'-"! tJ ohtaill aui tl a.-wi-tance.
aueiFafaaaraa'laaeaMBptolWrrjaf 17. , Vh M to 1T for t!e CuJa-hlr, t! MinL-UTB OT
Tv. rck w r fharrati. Or w iLUebrami. w m fi.iie- their inuxlrf to gr on tlie trip. Tlie next laorninz
." .H. WldeWMaao. atertin. N e Haley. Waa Hut- , , " . . . .... , 9
' kaiay. Ed Kelly, e r Adama, Mat v aJcmaaa, Caw Muter si 11 placard was posted around town, notifying the
tl'aa.,rt:rrrrr.. , l"hUc - tjV (n. baring
SAT CK I) AY. A PHIL IS.
Tut action of the Minitci, iu tl cue of
tlie Ktluura, UtuI fine to quctti ii vlietler tlie
bent in U-nta of ntcaiu inter-ii-LiixJ navigation ar
lenfl It Iiiri the inl ao o-injJrtelj utvler
the control f toe CJ-cnniit aixl ita frictnls.
The frte atti.su of iu nj'K'ut ia lia!iijn.ij at
every turn by the !- e if v of olttatiiiri;; the Kanc-
t'"u 'f '' t'11 u'tT i-u. If the
a-nt. TutTi imrtte-, who make couio.cn- a Hii'Iy
ail huMtir, art: not ahle to run the lwit to al
vantar, i.t it to le fti'vej that the hcuil uf a
Iotrtiurnt f the eminent, or hi tlcrk, cun
furnish the irwirjr brain.
j AS the time the -rerent etxk ooiuuny was
. . UM.. .Lu.1.1 t!. ta.i.le. l.ar arul
t)aL, J arV j ,a a ww wj rmm-r-mm-m waaw " - aa"- - -
cringe to t!ie Miriitrjt to ohtain uj irt for an
enterjTirc, V he utaiiK-l f jt t!o j.uMic gooJ,
out of uvonejn which thej contrihuto fur that aim
We liave ailvo-aU.-'l a ruhniily ; hut we douht
the jrj rietj of ruhUiziug a lajat at the public
exja-iioe, in which the Hihlie liave no righto wortii
nfccting. If the cuijnnT wlx run the boat
rewire a auboiJj, it will le for a cjiiaidcrutioii ;
anil it will he the duty of the Government to Dee
that tle equivalent i rv ndcml larforo IJnp the
money ar.j.rtjiriaUil further tlui thm the Gov
ernment should lave no eoiitnJ.
It ia uite time, for the uhlic intentn, that a
line wa drawn aa to where tlie Jveriimciit niajr
interfere in the eontrol of ltuaineiaj eiitt-rj.riHcf.
TIk-j now manage the Mmm towage, wat.T wtjrk",
a riitiiig ofiw-e, in'r-uLiul luviatioii, find to
aotue extent the lirjuor bu.iiM3td.
What id to prevent than from ticing theuri!ud
in the Treasury to etahlirh a lank of dimxwnt?
It iiiaj be urgd tliat no private individual or
eoiDjany could run tlte I'eU, except at a Iumi.
Tlicn aMiittt tlie cntcrrire witii a eubtid, instead
of toting an appropriation which may or maj
not be consumed fr tlie urnjne which vrua in
tended. In tlie care of the Government printing
olUce, itd support workd in opjiooilioa to rivate
enterprlte a injuatice and wtiat benefit
accrued to the public? The Gazette id the ve
hicle by which an irate Minister may launch
abuc upn private individuald, or by anecn anl
inucrxl innult oifr-iald of a friendly jxjwcr, which
course may lead to eompIition of a kerious
nature. It id the old r-tory of children playing
with edge toold.
As to the water workd. If handled by a Com
pany, would they wai-te time and money in
writing twaddle by tlie column about a much
needed suj.jJy of water? A comjainy would
keep tlie supplj up to the demand, ad it would
be for their intcrcet to do so. Numlers of r
sonn are in search of site upon which to erect a
homestead. Tlie lower rt of the valley being
settled, they munt look higher up; but they are
met by the query what slall we do for water?
Ami there are other portions of the city, or sub
urbs, which would te settled but for the bug
bear of a water supply. Id not the Government
an incubus upon such enterprises.
We are told by jortie that capital is plenty
and lying idle. Why should it not be made use
of by investment in enterprise which are con
sidered safe and legitimate in ot)er countries ?
Tlie desire evinced by the Ministry to over
step the power verted in them, to domineer,
should be checked at once. They should be made
to hold aloof from traffic and enterprises which do
not come within their province. They should be
beld to a strict accountability for every rant of
the public revenue. All underground connection
between heads of departments, and their clerks,
with different mercantile liouses and liquor saloond
sltould be ruthlwc-ly sundered. We arc confident
that at least one bouse id ad well advi.cd on Cabinet
measures aa the Cabinet itself.
Are our taxes so light that no or.e has an in-
terest to inquire a to the why and wherefore of
expenditures? If so they sliould be raieed at
once, if merely to create such an intero-t.
The action of the laor recent lifgi.-laturcs, in
regard to the badgrt of tle Government and the
appropriation bill, has been a perfect farce. The
appropriations are jomxJ, no item being aeked
for, and the total votol with a cliaruiing Dun
clialance which would provoke mirth were not
tlie sijlyency of a people at stake. I low long
would a private enterprise tf any magnitude
flourish were it direi-tor or directors to show
Sjuic mcinta?r of tlc Lrgitdaturc, from a senc
of duty, id perh.-ipd led to tl int of rising and
asking pertinent qutftiotia regarding exa?nditiirtt,
when be in inU-rru.ted by the riaing of some
toady, w!k acks tle price of tea," or some
otlarr question cjuuSIv foreign b the subject.
Tlie member yields for a time, but, with the best
intentions, rires again and brunches the mutter,
when la? id met by a frowning ir wordcl menace
from tlte Ministry, and seeing no ho of aid
from a fellow reprvacnLithe yieldd in sltcer di
pair. UnleM some change is made in tlie administra
tion of Government, our correspondent will
continue to gather recruiu under hid annexation
standard until they are power in tlie land, before
which tlie throne may totter and fall. I there
no halm in Gilead? No cure for the illd under
VrkiUi we lanuih?
.a'lt.kaOn Sunday lat our usually quiet town
2U w5?Jf"tartlriI at "rt-ing hand-bilU Mtvd about the
town, intonnmg the uMie tlat the steamer
KL'auea would leave next duy for a trip along
the ci-t of Hawaii, jiift tlie new lava flow,
where it id running into the sea, around the south
point to Kaalualu, and along the neighboring
coast, w lie re the late earthquakes have la-en tlie
most severe, and lack again the following week,
at a charge of forty dollars to each ireiigcr.
On the strength of this, some enond made np
diartcred the Steamer Ailuwa, for the next two
"'C tXCnTrvm tT,V ta the Lira flow, advrr-
tired OH Saturday, (Sunday,) i postponed ! "
As near as we can gather, the Minister of the
Interior prnptwed in Cabinet Council on Saturday,
that the Kilauia should be sent to Hawaii to
convey clothing and f iod to such a ihv1h1 relief,
ami Mis Majesty immediately signified hia mtcn
tioo,to aiHmjany the exjolition, and as a conc
quenee tlie first jajster wait iutil. Tlie next day
the Minister of Foreign AfCtirs ptvjajecd to issue
invitation to the I'nited SiaU-s Minister; tlie
ISritinh and French Conim'tssionem, and others.
and, as the Minister wif!irl to g, together wi
"" "" rrio ui ui iiayc a. miti vxintroioii.
jaisl eriwjiicnily tlie roHnl jmrcr was iirii.il.
anl the d-ar )ublic were told that the excur
sion whK-h tliey propnd to participate in waa
jemtponed for two weeks." If the expedition
wa entered ujoii for tlie jmrjo f alU-viating
thdi'tm iT tlte temr-Mrii ken reid-itst of Kau,
it nt certainly a laudable prujert, aial tlie M in
irterof the Interior i entitled to thecoiwiitttMUti jn
oi the cominuiii'.y; and we have no doubt but what
the scantling, blaukvts, clothing and provisions
will ! gratelully received. Uut thelisapiintol
I exiurioiiti may very i-roiarly aek, would the
j (ait that l!.c telmcr carried twenty or thirty
! pru-rengers, more or less, lrond Keiilakcakua,
j preeut the coiu-ummution of the humuue work?
j When the agents are aj ca!cd to, they fall
i back on tle Civil Code, and say ti at by its pro-
vi-ionu the Minie to rd may tuke any vctel of tlie
C'justing fleet for tl public servn-e. The Civil
Code does ray The said Minister " (of the Inte
rior) 44 may, at any time, impress any licensed
exuster into the public service upon a jurt cotu
nration, to Io afterward arMx-eu by the Court
of Admirality of thw KingiJoin. Were the pub
lic or the Ministers lict servcl in thid instance?
Ms. EniToa : ly soiue reuirks in a recent num
ber of your paper I infer that the doctrine may be
held that, if the constitutional reiuircmeut of a three
years residence is requisite to render a subject eligi
ble to be a Iteprescntative in the Legislative Assem
bly, the application cf the oSth Article of the Con
stitution would exclude any member of the Ministry
from sitting wh) has not resided ia the country five
This I apprehend is an e.-ror. It is true a roan
cannot be appoinlel a olle until he has resided five
years in the country ; but the Minister may not be a
noble at all he only sits as a noble ex officio. If ht
it a minitUr it is a purl of hi duty to tit in and
deliberate with the House as much as to perform any
act in his appropriate d-partiuent. If he does not
sit as a noble, he negliicts a p:irt of the duty confided
to him by the Constitution. If he is not a noble by
appointment or inheritance, he has no right to sit as
such the moment he ceases to be minister. He is
not a noble. Not so with the noble. The Hon. Mr.
Uishop has the right to kit as a noble, whether be
hol-ls a ministerial appointment or net. He it a
noblt by appoint men t, and his rights as such are not
inquired or a flitted by his not being a minister.
Hon. Mr. Phillips it not a noble. He only sits as a
nohle by virtue of his tilk-e and a pu t of his official
duty. When he ceases to hold an office with this
duty attached, his rieM and duty to sit as a noble
eeawra. This seems perfectly clear.
The qualification of resilience seems equally clear
in regard to a representative. Three years is the
period designated ; but tba teiiqiorary absence from
tlie Kingdom of Mexsrs. Rhode and Knudsen an
absence of less than a year upon a viiif, their usual
pursuits going ou in the nieuutime cannot, in any
reasonable or fair construction of the residence quali
fier ton, affect their eligibility as legislators.
So whilst it seems to rue that the two latter gen
tlemen are constitutionally qualified in the matter of
residence for h-girlators, and that it is both the right
and duty of Mr. l'hillii to sit and act in the House
also, I ennnot sec how any one with a residence of
less thau three years can take the oath required to
qualify him to sit for the oath requires his support
of the Constitution, which itself cuts him off by its
non-provisions. If any election has not been fairly
and jusliy conducted if fraud or violence have been
used let everything puwsiLle be done to correct the
wrong. This is the w irh of every fair and good man,
whether it be for or against his own personal views
and preferences. Success to the right is the motto
of every right-minded man, and I hope this Legisla
ture will look at measures and not meu in their ac
tion. P. S. I would a-Id, (hat Ait Legislature being
created by the Constitution of lbGl.it must be f A is
Constitution to which the members make oath, and
cannot by any osihility be interpreted to be the
Constitution of 1SJ, and therefore the qualificationa
of members mm-1 be those set forth in this Constitu
tion. They can Only be altered by amendment iu the
way provi led. and no anient Uncut on the qualifications
of members Can affect this Legislature.
Tlie discussion of a subject like the abov is of
very little practical utility. The validity of elec
tions and the qualifications of members, are
questions which belong exclusively to the Lcgirla-
tive Assembly. The Civil Code, in section 7
I -age l'JO, points out the mode fully and definite
ly, and to tlie exclusion of all other regulations.
This section of ti e cod.e was amended in 18(i2
See. Acts of. lXo2, page 3 ; but the provisions
remain the same. The umciidmcut only extended
to tlie costs of a contested election. No tribunal
outside of tho Lcgiiduture can detennino tlie qual
ifications of a member, and the discussion of such
matters before the public can avail but little; for
the questions are abstract ones, and can never come
before the Legislature except, in the projcT way.
liut we arr not w holly convinced by the reasonings
of tlie above communication.
There arc nine-tenths of the thinking people of
these islands wIkj believe that the Constitution
1S52 is the Constitution Je jure of the IIawaiiak.
Kingdom. That Constitution required tut onof
year's residence as a precedent qualification for a
member. They regard the Constitution of ISO k'j
merely as a Constitution de facto, cxistif ig only Ly
the sufferance and forbearance of the jvoplil.
That Constitution requires three years' domicil,
the l.ot year immediately prcfding the election'
Let us examine tlie de facto Constitution of
1S64, ami inquire if the very nature of its provi
sions d'Htf not contemplate that the Ministers
sliall bo Noble, and Xolus ayjJoiittuI by the King,
with all the nei-ctwary quaiilii-niiotix, and Uutt no
man can be a Minister without the necessary res
idence to constitute him a Noble.
lSy tho o7lh Article of the Constitution cf
I SOI, the King is empowered to apoint tlie No
ble. By the 5Sth Article, the qualifications are
sjaxiGed 44 No person sliall lie appointed a Noble,
w ho has not attained the age of HI years, and re
sided in the Kingdom five years." And by the
43d Artit'lc it i declared, that the Ministry hold
scats, ex-offirio, us Nobles in tho Legislative As
sembly." Tho 45th Article declare tliat the
44 Legislative jawer of the three Estates of tho
King" loin, is verted in the King and the Legisla
tive Assembly ; which Assembly shall consist of
the iVoot appointed by the King, and tlie Repre
sentative of tlie cople, sittiug together."
Now, if a residence of five years is a precedent
,...!:: :.... r.. v l.i., i. i.
UiU,,A ,w" v"""' -"-y
Cencral take his seat us a Noble m the Legislative j kttcr frora Koala, unlcr date of the 14th. says ;
Assembly? How eould lio lai legally appointed . For a veck Jist u,. iiAnj iias Deen quite qa;ctt
at a Minister when that very appointment const i- j t,ut to-day agaii we are agitated by frequent earth
tutcd him ex-officio a Nt.blc? He took his seat quakes. Immeoe volumes of lurid smoke and steam
laet session, after a residence of a few months j are passing oveour mountains from the direction of
only. No objections were made. It may be said ! Mauna Loa, an completely envelope us."
it was a eom-cssion to tlie Crown to the First Captain Fat, of the Hatlie G. JIall, says that
Estate. If such be tlie case, why not make con- j
ccsfions to the 'liird rotate to the ajle also?
As it regard the eligibility of Messrs. Rhodes
and Knudsen, the onlv question is in the construe-
tl..n r.f t Wi .r. 1 . t. ijI1 nn.l t!iA jl..fnljr
In regard to donucil, we understand that Mr.
Jones left the borders of Mexico more than three
years ago, with the intention of emigrating to
these islands. In pursuance of tliat intention he
came here, and bos resided here evcr since. Ac-
cording to legal deciM.ms in the highest tribunals, :
his domicil dates from the tin? of his departure i
with the intention ofcoinin,; to tlKe ihluinls, and i
IiA iat a?a inBiVili At if I o Ii 1 1 1 aP ami i.ri Kl nriilnp rKl aTVviL:r
. rilr t
tution of 18GI. !
, , . i
As tliel, ature lutts tolay, they are the ,
only I-nver to d. or thoe ,Ueatio.Wf if they j
tlani. ami we refrain fnau i.uik.n- a..y furtlier re- ;
At Nosth Iliuo, ob Noarn or IIilo,
Ma. Ktiiroa : Miy I ak sme civil questions?
thualj : l;t Wlu'ii k""I ropIe living north of
Uilo town vitt liilo town, why tltouM they be de-
I ttioel there d.ijs and dajs together to the ruffling of
j lncir tempera, the exhaustion of their hntnor and the
jQteuae dis-ut (if not acuable suspicions) ot their
families, larstuse, like Sterne's starling, they can't
21 Does Hilo District ty a road tax ? Is the tax
to pay storage room for rotten bridges? Are the
rotten sticks allowed to lay alongside impassable tor
rent.", just to aggravate travelers? Don't the people
north of Hilo town pay the biggest part of the taxes ?
2d Is the amount of road tax paid by the people
north of Hilo town sufficint to keep bridges in repair
and replace rotten ones? If not, was there any ap
propriation made by the last Legislature for the con
struction of roails and bridges on Hawaii ?
4 th How many years is allowed the Minister of
the Interior to sit alongside a rotten bridge, before
the idea reaches his brain th&t a new one might be
oth Has IIilo a Road Supervisor? Has he another
SupcrvhKT ever him and his works ; and if so, is the
latter a brewer, a baker, or a butcher, or is it posi
ble that, by some dreadful mistake, that he is
Gth Who is the Supervisor of the Supervisor cf th
Road Supervisor, and from what department is the
pay of these three very useful officers drawn ?
7th Was It the Hawaiian Government, an Hawai
ian individual, or somebody or something that isn't
Hawaiian at all, which, what or who gave order to
the United Stvtes steamship Iacka wanna, when she
last visited Uilo, complimentary to the American
Government, but very detrimental to the trade of the
8th If the Hawaiian Government wasn't gentle
manly or cou-teous enough in 44 dictating its terms "
to the Government of the United States of America
to do the thiig through the commanding officer of the
United States steamship, might he not have found
vehicles of 4nore highly distinguished consideration"
to carry through the interesting operation ?
ltb And Ustly H-'Afr was tho Minister of the
Interior, and vhat was he thinking about, when he
ermitted our Island to be shaken to pieces? Was
he in confennce with 44 the fathers " (those old
grandmothers of whom he is so fond,) or where?
Has be dismixscd the engineer who had charge of
Madame Pele'f safety valve ? Whr.t is he going to
do about it ?
Ily answering these queries frankly, intelligently
and impartially, you will confer a delightful favor
on one 44 Who wants to Know, toc Know."
We snriuk from the task imposed upon us
by our correspondent
Our friend t the Gazette has more advantages,
aud we trust will improve them by an attempt, at
least, to satisfy our North Hilo friend.
Mr. Editor: Is there any impropriety iu asking
that the Treasurer of the Cemetery Association make,
now and then, an exhibit of their pecuniary stand
ing. The charge of ten dollars for the hearse, ten
dollars for tlie grave, together with the fact that the
lots have been previously paid for, must show, a
respectable balaice sheet A. B. C.
NOTES OF Til K M EEK.
XP It is an omen of evil when the departure or
arrival of the ling fails to elicit the enthusiam or ap
plause of the people. No resident of these islands
for the past foir or five years can have failed to no
tice the waning of the eclat which used to attend
such occasions. We notiecd that the Lackawanna did ;
not man her yards on Monday, as usual. For this lack 1
of courtesy there must be some weighty reason. Capt. j
Reynolds has daring the post year always been among 1
the first to salite His Mijcsty on the occasion of His
arrival or departure. The question naturally arises,
wbore does tho fault rest? Ia it for any act or
acts of His Majesty? We think not, but rather a
want of action. The Ministry are alone responsible for ;
4 J 1 !
the feeling which exis's. In order to arrest the decay of i
i . , i
loyally 10 mc luroic witC ati.oii ia miiT-wrgr
in 1 T I- Al t 1 i !
tlie auviscrs oi ins .oajesiy uirvugu a nose counsel
the bloodless rev oluf on of ISCi was brought about,
and by whose ad via; justice has since been denied,
'Great excitement prevails among our residents.
larly nuives, concerning tne news from Haw-
i. Large crtwu asscmuieu on me wnari last naiur-
w a aa
day morning t obtain the first news by the Kilauca.
A particular iitrrcst seems to attach to all vessels ar
riving from orgoing to tho scene of the earthquakes,
and lava flow. We have seldom Been so much excite
ment as was slown on the arrival of the L'ona rack
et on Wedncsiay last. The drawing made on the
spot by Mr. II. M. Whitney, attracted unusual
attention. Mny copies were made from it by Hawabj
iaus, some of wiich exhibit unusual taste aud ability;
Our 44 extra" tas issued in time to be put on board the
Comet for SanFrancisjo, and the news will no doul4
be flashed ove the wires to tlie Eastern States and
Europe within i few days after its arrival in San Frorf-
- aUB Statk arriace or ms Majesty, which will
TPear to-lay has len thoroughly refitteil and ap-
pears as if pel telly new. Some of the work aliout it
tbe finci,t d,aTe evcr " in thLj The 00,11 1
of arms on the loors, for instance, which were iiaiiit-'
ed in San Franisco, ia conceded to be the richest and j
.... , ... ,. , , . ... . i
most artistic wrk of the kiud fhat we nave. Wedo.
not think thcies another coat of arms to be found
here that will euipare with it. The trimmings were
executed by M. Adderley, the silver work by Mr.
Costa, and the minting of the carriage by Mr. Park,
. ,. V , . .
whosc taste in fis hue is well known. W ith workmen
capable of turnag out such a carriage, which though
quite old, loobas if new, Honolulu can compare fa-,
Worably with tfler and larger cities. (j
. , i
Foa tub LiA Flow. The A'oia Packet is ad-i'
vcrtised for ai excursion to the lava How, to sail on
Tuesday next. The rate of passage is quite moderate,
twenty-five dcars for the round trip. Passengers
will be landedi.t Kaalualu or at other points on the
coast of Kau. Tlie vessel will remain on the coast for i
inree or lour oi-s giving ample tiuie to excursion isrs i i
to visit the flow, and other points of interest. Those
who intend takig advantage of this opportunity w 11
do well to registr themselves at the office of the agent,
at or before fou o'clock this afternoon, in order to
secure com fort ale quarters. We have made a trip
with Capt- Marhant, and have no hesitation in rec
ommending hiuus every inch a sailor, and his stew
ard as very oblijng and attentive.
Eartuqcakin Tlie Mary brings news that the
earth was still .taking at Hilo on the 14th inst. A
the day he leflSan Francisco March 24th ; quite a
heavy shock wajfelt, and our telegraphic news notes
shocks felt in St Thomas in March.
Pj"BiR08. bevetl residents of the valley remarket
on Tuesday monng, that there were a large numlier
of birds of some sort flying in and about the valley
the night before. Some believe that the birds have
been driven hitLr from Hawaii by the furious vol-
canic fires of Mana Loa. Others incline to the be-
lief that the nortavest ducks and Dlover are inifrratincr ! U
to the north. Agentlcraan who has been shooting
pa81 nioui, saj-s mat on iueiay ne uia not
single uoJiwest duck, while they ha-1 been
fuUe c"1"" ulns the month previous.
EST 5500,4 &,T d!4rk. Monday night, a bon-fire
. . , . . .,, . ,
was started on te hill on the west slope of Punch-
It was tncornmemorate Easter. It is no more
than f lir to our to We them notIce
of ntention to Jebrate churchlays of which but
ft.w l.ere are r-l. TI.e fire belN rang furioimly
j and the cr.inpan.4 tumr-1 out promptly.
T A aaamaaaaaT T.
An Oli LandMbk Gosr- The building recently
occupied by Mr. Godfrey Rhodes, to oil residents
known as the 6tore of William French, is being torn
down to make room for a fine building cf mixed stone
and brick. We do not know when it was erected ;
but one party says it was standing when he first ar
rived in 1S3S. Some of- the timbers are in an excel
lent state of preservation. In this connection we
m.y say we are glad to see Mr. Osborne about again
after his late mishap. Stirring, intelligent master-mechanics
are not so plenty, particularly in his branch
of business, that we can afford to lose them. Mr.
Osborne will direct the erection of the new building.
From Howxanp's Island. The British clipper ship
Robert L. Lane, Captain Martin, arrived at this port
on Wednesday last, from Howland's Island. The
Robert L. Line left here in January last, and made
a quick run of nine days to the island. During
February slipped the buoy and went to sea three
times. March 4tb, at noon, came to the moorings
with wind to the east ; at half past ten P. M., the
wind fell away calmafter which had a light air from
the west and the ship swung on shore, carrying
away the rudder pintles and splitting the rudder.
Fortunately, at half post one the next morniug, the
wind blew fresh from the east and the ship swung ofl.
e ship will be hove down for repairs by Messrs.
Foster & Co.
bpabtckk or tub Steamer. The ICilauto sailed
londay evening for Hawaii, on an excursion to
the lava flow. His Majesty and household embark
ed at five o'clock. His Ex. the Minister of Foreign
Relations, wife and son ; Miss Widemann. His Lordship
Bishop Maigret, H. I. M. Commissioner M. Beran
ger, and Mr. B. Holladay, accompanied the Royal
party as guests. Others took passage for way ports
as far as Kealakekua. We learn that the steamer
did not touch at Lahaina or Kalepolepo, but went
around to the northward of Maui. Mr. H. A.
Widemann was also on board, as the agent of the In
terior Department, to dispense lumber, food and clo
th iug to the distressed.
The Sitreme Covet. This body adjourned its
session of Monday on account of the preparations for
the embarkatiou of His Slajesty for Hawaii. On
Tuesday and Wednesday the case of E. O. Hall and
Son t. McCandless, Paty, and Mclutyre, was taken
up, and a verdict rendered for plaintiffs, and agahist
the firm as including the three members above speci
fied. This decision will probably hold good against
the same parties, in the other cases which were men
tioned last week. Ou Thursday the question on mo
tion of arrest of judgment on the civil suit of Maku
lu rt. Petero was overruled, and the Native Jury
called for Monday.
Shakspkrian Readinos. The Olympic 1111 was
crowded last night with an appreciative audience to
hear the Rev. Mr. Mason read portions of Shakspeare.
The reader was fully up to the task, and the audience
gave frequent evidence of delight. Tlie proceeds
will go towards liquidating the debt incurred in
building the Hall. The members of the club are
under many obligations to the public who have so
kindly helped them.
EiT" It is reported, on good authority, that the pe
culiar talents of Mr. William P. Ragsdale were called
in requisition the past week to nominate the Committees
of the Legislative Assembly. As it will no doubt be
necessary for the Ministry to consult Mr. R. frequent
ly during the coming session, would it not be advisa-
. ble to engage quarters nearer the Court House square
for his accomodation.
Parliament. The Legislative Assembly of the
Hawaiian Islands will be opened to-day at 12 o'clock,
Wa-ta-vwa VkVP T?4-aVthl f 1 1 1 1 tfC ! a ti IS I4! ITlkl Ft 1 IT Af
i 4IWU a, 'J a7 "a-vaaaaaaa.Mawaa. a u a maw -- a'ava
Kekuanaoa and His Honor Elisha II. Allen. This
session of the Legislature is, to our niiud, to be one
of unusual importance, and we trust that all business
brought before it will receive the attention which its
27" We have been requested to ask employers to
pciuit their employ u-es to close ou Saturday afternoon,
at Iwn nVloi-k. aa was customarv last Summer. We
, . ., , , , , -,t -
learn that the base-ball clubs will resume their games
. , , . tnuii
at an early date. Remember, 44 all work and no play,
makes Jack a dull boy."
C2r Rumor has it that His Majesty has conferred
two patents of nobility the past week. We hear the
names of Mr. J. Makalena and Mr. F. S. Pratt
mentioned as the parties honored by His Majesty.
Our thanks are due to John Cobb of San
Francisco, for latest dates per CeUttia. j
There is no vessel telegraphed, or in sight, as
we go to press.
A Tans correspondent says that Louis Napoleon
is very fond of gambling, and has lost one million
of francs during the past three months.
The fashion now is at church weddings to stretch
abroad white ribbon across the aisle up which the
bridal party pas, beyond which none but invited
guests are allowed.
Disasters happened ta .r..12" ships and 500 steam
ers durine the first half of 18(17. according to the
returns of the London Loyd. Of these 107 ships
ami 37 steamers were totally lost, with h"87 human
Tennyson, annoyed beyond endurance by vulgar
visitors" pryimr about his pretty place at Farring
ford. Isle of Wight, has sold out. and has bought a
residence near llasleinere. There is no railway
station near it.
The Dead Sea is one of the most remarkable
bodies of water known to geography. It has no
visible outlet, and its waters are supposed to ex-
d iU,.milvWvi, hy ,vaI,(nUillI). ,M.lr FH.dfic
gravity i finch that the human bodv cannot sink
beneath it surface. No one lias ever been known
" urown in t,w SV;U
' peaMn t who predicted Ibo death of tlx- Czar
Nicholas within a vear. has made the same predic-
t5nR ,n ,he Cwe ,,r Alexander, Th former monarch
j, indignant and imprisoned the offender, but the
present Czar heard the prediction with equanimity.
VJin-eii Isabella is frequently insulted when she
makes her appearance on the streets of Madrid nmv-
n-dtys. Even her stupid and rascally ftthcr, lVr-
lmanl. was not so generally loaiuea ana iiateti as
Tin French Corps Legislafif has rejected all the
liberal amendments to the Press Bill. A clause
permitting the fre ndmiion of foreign papers and
tUe unrestricteu saie oi r rencn journals was rejec
s Caribaldi has taken to the painless dissecting of
animals, using chloroform as an ana-sthetic. lie is
getting over his wounds. He rises at six. takes a
up of coffin, and then to the bath tub. At nine he
.breakfasts on wine, meat and cheese ; lunches ul
noon, dines at six. and goes to bed at nine.
A newspaper on a novel principle has been start
ed in London. It proposes to insert, free of charge,
advertisements of reputable simp-keepers, being
paid by the latter a commission on the amount of
purchasers by readers of the paper, w ho will receive
from the sellers check, on the co-operative system.
entitling them to share in the distribution of
15 ice ! I Sice ! Kice !
yaro. i choice polished rice, and
i.w, No. 2 COO LIE RICE. For sale hy
AFOXO 4r ACIITCK.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
Chelsea I,nunIry for Sale !
Horse, wagon, out-buildings jixd
everyUiiiiK connrcUd with the luoes. ftT less than one
third its drat cost. Pirate call at the Laundry and sea U.e
proprietor. TERVS CJSH.
til 3t B. II. LTOM.
It 5IoJrrate Trices, by
ea : : THEOD. C. HEUCK,
eJ : :
Fort nnd Merchant Streets.
621 JAXUJRT, 18C3. 3m
J. H. WICKE,
C A ES ISKT ,11 A It i: IZ
ALAKRA TkKKT BBLOW TBS TBBATBB.
Furniture wade an.l r-ired at reasonable prices.
Lovnox, March 6. Late dispatches Trom China
and Japan have been received, via India. CivU
war in Japan raged with great violence, beverai
combats had taken place between the partisans of
the Chigon and the Damois. which were attended
with great loss. Great excesses were committed on
both sides. In consequence of the insecure condi
tion or the country the .MinisU rs of foreign powers
have all left Osaka.
The Archbishop of Algiers has published a
heartrending description of the sufivrings of the
native population. Tens of thousands of Arabs
have already died from starvation, according to his
statements, and the number will reach hundreds of
thousands before the return of the warm season,
unless relief be provided oa the largest scale. The
Archbishop makes a fervent appeal for help.
A petition has been presented to the French Sen
ate, pravh.g fo- 4 the re-establishrnent of a Roman
Empire," the government of which should be confi
ded to the Kiu-; of Italy. In exchange for the
( States of the Church the Pope to receive a property,
i either the Island or Sardinia or the ancient County
of Venaissin a rertile district ot Provence and an
annual revenue of $20u;000."
The trowel prepared for presentation to the
Puke of Edinburgh, on occasion of laying the foun
dation stone of a new town ball at Melbourne, is
made entirely of gold, both blade and handle.
Where the two join, the trowel is ornamented with
pearls and turquoises : at the other end, the handle
has on it a duke's coronet, set off with diamonds
Columbia River Red Salmon !
ARRRbS GUARANTEED TO CONTAIN
full -0 tba of Uh.
For aale by
C. BKKWKK A CO.
Blankets. Ulankcts !
J ALES SCARLET.
- AND WHITE
C. BREWER If CO.
For sale by
JOSTOX CRUSHED SUGAR,
Button Granulated Sugar,
Boatoo PowJered Sugar, .
BoaUin Loaf Sugar.
For sale by G. BREWER & CO.
JJOXES BEST CODFISH,
Kill Tongues and Sounds,
Cast- Preserved Meats,
For sale by C. BREWER a CO.
ASKS CUMBERLAND COAL,
For sale by
C. BREWBR at CO.
ASES CHEAP AMERICAN SADDLES,
Cases Cheap English Saddles,
Cases Cheap Side Saddles,
Cases Best English Saddles.
For sale by C. BREWER & CO.
SCALES CI1EAI UEMMS,
Bales Brown Cottons,
Cases White Bleached Cottons,
Cases Cheap Am. Ticking,
For sale by
C. BRKWER Mt CO
'jpHIREB HOOP IA1LS(
ftesta Psiuted Tubs,
Nesla Tarnished Tubs,
Tainted S hoop Tails,
Nests Market Baskets,
Oak Covered Baskels,
1 Bushel Baskets,
For sale sale by p21 2m C. BREWER & CO.
74 1 E M B E K S A R E R I EST ED TO CA LL
i upon the Trrasurr (at the othce of the t riend) anil ay
in tbeir Moutbly Hues. By order or the 1'rt-sitleitt.
UKOKUE it LAKE,
Member of Investigating Coinaiittre.
Honolulu, April 3. IStU. 619 3t
FO It SALL.
500 ACRES FIRST-CLASS LAND,
SITUATED IX THE DISTRICT OF
IIA.MAKUA, Inland of Hawaii. The above laud is suit
abla (or a farm, and is well-known as splendid bottom
Price. Due Tbouaand Dollars.
A ppty. Box 1 10, or to
WOOO lr Co.,
T FORBID ALL I'KRSOXS TRUSTING
M. my hustMiiil, named PA UAH I KEEKAPL'. on my aceuant.
1 alo f'irllid KorMlHiras, I'ortuyueiie, Pakes and II aides fmtn
Kivitu any kind of soon liqunr to him, aa I will pny no iWbts
or that aiuil. VM M" LIUA KKEHAri;
AMI AFTER TUESDAV. APRIL 14.
80S, a dividend of Fifty per cect. will be paid to the
cmntors oi n. KyrrriU, at the omce or
SJO gt A. F. JfDD, Assignee.
JJEV CROP, NOW lOMIXG IN.
J w For tfale by
frOJSm C. BREWER t Co., agents.
1301.11.1 afc OO.
II ATE RECEIVED
PER LAT2 AnilIVALS.
PER STEADIER IDAHO,
OUR USUAL SUPPLr OF FLOUR. In hi
and quarter sacks.
Also, Per I. C .Murray,
California Lime, and a l.irge amnrtmeut
Paints and Paint Oil,
Manila Cord? a'Virtil
tiz- s frutu l.to inches.
lcr Hark Wilbelin,
Hubbard's Patent iue Paint,
Beat Boiled Engli-h Paint Oil,
FROM NO. 1 TO NO. 8. JUST ARRIVED
per ship SYHEX, at greatly reduced prires, by
c5 BOLbES & CO.
PER IDAHO. FOR SALE
1614 2ni BOLLKS A- CO.
CALIFORNIA TABLE AND PIE FRUITS
Just received per lliAHO. For sale by
gl& 201 bOLLES ft CO
EXPECTED PER :OMET.
C,,S,M(0l'(:;U;IF,X,A DREAD; C.m
of California Pilot Bread : 1O0 tins of tunrtl l'r-t
all or which will be bold at low prices by
BOLLE3 ft CO.
CASKS ASSORTEdTiZES, FOR SALE Bl
Ma lm Bul.Li ft CO.
Golden fiafe Hills Flour !
Bakers' Extra, Extra Family and Superfine,
Its Q.ttarlcr Saeka.
W n iiR E . R ECEIPT OF TH E A ROVE
. ,ww -febrated Flour, by ev.ry Packet, direct from the
Mills, and warranted or the best quality. For sale by
8u BOLLKS ft CO.
ARR E 12 31 E NT BLANKS.
BLANK FORMS OF AGREEMENT BE
tween .(aters and Servants the jnr authorized lorm
Prtett Vl.OO per Dasra.
r...- aale by H M. WniTNkY
California, Oregon nm I.
San Francisco ad Honolulu
The Ctmptty't Fftte A 1 Sleaawahlp
F. CONNER. Caaoraiaciarr,
117 run bettcein Honolulu and San Francisco
by the following Time Table:
PKraSTTBCS. j ABUVALS.
Fmtn Honolulu. .. ..
Prom !an Pranciseo.
.Feb. CO' At Pan Praociaco Mir la
.Mar. lS'At Honolulu v.," -Z
April Sj At Sao Franciaoo.. ...Aiwil ia
Frvm San prancisco... April 22! At Honolulu ...
from Honolulu May Sj At Saa Franciaoo
Rates of Passage have been Seduced
SO - - CABIN, $30 STEERAGE.
Throuph Freight to Portland and Victoria will t takea al
reaaooable rales, and
LIBEB1L IDVAXfKS MADE 0V ILL SIIIPSE.YTS
Insurance guaranteed at lower ratet than by sailing ressrls.
Particular care takea of thipmeuts of Fruit. try
All orders for Hoods, to be purchased io San Francisco, will
be received and fil'ed by return ol steamer.
613 3n H. HACKFELD ft CO., A genu.
Ifiiwniian Packet faitrc
THE A 1 CUPPER BARK
Will Sail for the above Port, on Saturday,
For freight or passage apply to
621 It . WALKER It ALLEN, A rents
For Bremen or Hamburg;
THE HAWAIIAN CLIPPER,
IX. "W. WOOD,
II. JACOBS MASTER,
Will be Dlspatthfd for either f the shave Tertt,
Imaiediotely on her return from San Francisco,
And Sail on or about the 15th of May
Fur freight or iaasare. having superior Cabin accomaiodt
tionn, apply to 1018 2roJ 11. 11 ACKF ELU CO.
C. BREWER & CO.'S LINE
FOR 1TEW BEDFORD.
Tha A 1 A its. Clipper Sltlp
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
Having a large part of her cargo already engaged. For
freiKht or passage apply to C. BREW KB, CO.,
Bid . Market Wharf. -
Good Potatoes at ff.ast I
THIS DAT. PER SCUR.
MM, KA MOI, from Maui, a Choice lot of
Carefully Selected Potatoes.
For aale at the Family Grocery and Feed Store, by '
6.-0 3t I. BARTLETT.
McCOLGAN c JOHNSON,
FORT STREET, IIOXOLU LV, U.
613 Opposite Theod. C Heuck's. Iy
DR. J. MOTT SMITH,
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Street r.
. Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. Honolulu, II. I
Internationa! Hotel and Restaurant
THIS POPULAR HOUSE IIAS 1JEEN
j entiivly renovatetl, and is now uuder the manaseaient of
JLmk. VINUKK, whose long experience io the business
- j enable hlui t attend to the wants of his pauvns ia tha
jot elBclent manner.
Board, $5pr week I Rooms, SI 50 per week
HEALS FROM 7 A.M. TILL 10 P.M.
613 3m A. 8IXOEB, Proprietor.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
&. late Rev. J. S. Emerson, and all persons having cliims
awn tlie aatd Kev. J. S. Kmersoa, are rvueted to call opon
U.e underaiirnrd without delay. 8. N. KMKKSOX,
Waialua, March 23, 18dS. JB1S lro Administrator.
WE HAVE NOVON HAND A VERY
xiensive and Choice Assortment of
Engravings, Chronios, Lithographs.
MOULDINGS AND FRAMES
Or all descriptions. Wins-ir ft Newton's Oil and Water Colors,
Canvass, Drawing Papers. Hrawing Ktudie, Sketch Bonks,
Books on An hiu-cture ami Ornamental km. Brushes, Pencils,
Patrl Crayons, Bristol Boards, Materl.il fir Wax Ftowivw.sk'
ing, tc aC, all of which we offer ai the lowest rales.
SOW Ai ROOS.
219 Montgomery street (Ruts Block), 52H Eansome street, 427
Wasliiuirtoo street, Sau Francisco. 619 lm
Rare Chance for Investment f
to disoae of
The Lease of the Pelley Premises !
SITCATKO OX HOTEL STBF.ET,
Together ivilli the Furniture !
The hoase Is centrally locutod, and coc'ains seven finrt-ciats
Romans, suitable (r peutieniea dwiring a quiet hooie. There is
also aitaclird to the premises a rol Bath Boom, Baibs, Ac.
The hHie has recently been thoroughly repaiml, and is now
one of the niuet succesglul and favonte Lodging iloows iu tha
city the rooms liein)! r-arely vac-ant.
To a pbrty wishinK to enpaKe the alxive occupation, this
preaeuls an opportunity sekhuj .Ifcred. Ti e hnute hot here
tofore and is now doing a gxol paying business, and ia rolin
qoishfil toll ly on account of tho preseiit proprietor desiring to
lesve the KiliK'lom.
XT Por further particulars apply on the prendre to
CIS lm fc. C. KOWK.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Kin Street, Opposite the Selhrl.
Honolulu, II. I. 620 ly
CHOICE LITHOGRAPHS OF
His Late Hajesty Kamehameha IV.
The finest an.l moet eornt-t likenrss ever printed, can be had
by early application at the Bookstore of
620 at H. M. V. UITNKY.
M W. ElftliNCX. C C. CLARK.
S K V Ii 15 A X C K , CLAESK&CO.,
H AX. FRAN CISCO, C AL.
We will attend to the Pale of Surars, and all kinds of Island
Also, to the ra-rrliasr and l orwartlin of 3If rfhandlsf.
fCT Cuth Advance mad on Conignmet. 619 tax
BE IT REMEMBERED THAT. ON THE
1st day of February. A. !. 1H58. J. W. II. K A U WAUL
of Lahaina, Island of Maui, hat deuusited in this office the title
of a book, the right whereof he claims as author, in U.e words
following, to wit:
Kubiknlil a Kanakn Hawaii.
Now, tl:erefore. know all men bv thee nresents. that I, L.
Kamehameha, II. 11. M.'s Mininter of tlie I oterior. In accord
ance with a resolution of the Kine in Privv Council, besnng
date the 15th day of February, l&SS. and hy virtue of the aw
uioriiy in nie vesleil ly tirction 1st or the seneral pmvitiuii.
Article 4. Chapter 7, of the Act to organise the Exrcutire De-partnx-iiu
laws 1845 and 146 do herebv rrant onto the said
J. W. II. Knuwahi, hia executors, administrators and asirn
the sole riht and liberty of printing, repriutinc, pablisliiog
and vending the said book of forms iu the Hawaiian Islands,
rr the term uf ten years from the l&ib day of February, a.
In testimonr whereof I, L. Kamehameha, Ilis Majesty1
Minister or the Interior, have caused the seal of the In
L. 8.J terior office to lie hereunto affixed this 18th day of "
ruary, A. D. 1S5H. L. KASlfcHAMKHA.
Be it remembered that, on the Hav af Pebrasry, A-
1H08. J. W. II. K.n..hi ..t t,.k.:o i..a r M.ui. in aceor"
ance with Section 3d of an Act ToVncourage learnine ia lb
tviDgnom, tiy securing the copies of charts, rasps ana
the authors ami nmt.rimr. ..r ,...). ....im " annraved aa IB
Slst day of December, 1864, has drp ilei! in thU ofiice a COPT
of bis book, entitled,
"KCIIIKVHI O KE KANAKA HAWAII,"
The rlphts of which he claims as author. .
In testimony whereof I hava hereunt4 set my hatK"D?
Il a 1 caused the seal of the Interior Department t a'"
1 I U Hnnnlnln ,).;.,... . .. w A IliftK.
- FERD. W. HtTCHI50.
620 2m li jnisler of the lo";