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KED SALMON !
he undersigned will sell at auction
dONDAY, JUNE 19th.
At 11 o'clock A. M.
00 Barrels Red Salmon !
In Lets to Suit Purchasers. Sale I'ositixe.
C. H. BARTOW. Aoct'r.
N WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22nd,
At 10 A. SI ., at Salesroom, will br Sold,
ODHY G O O ID S !
sSiBSH'toi'ES, FAt V GOODS, kl
Qrey Panta, LiDen Col ara.Bilk L'mbret -
Tiog Skin and Hog Skin t '
Australian SoaiUe Bridle and Bit ImfZ.
Qunny Ban, Barlap. Mat
fialraniseil Iroo Wash
9 - - -
' Table, Pigeon Hole, Bedstead, Hair Mai tress,
Bed arul Lounge, combined. Rag and Carpet, Chairs,
I Clock, Looking Glass, Liquor Case, Flower PoU, -
Stove and Fixtures, Grindstone, Law Books
Doublr Barrel English Fowling Piece, U. Marston, maker,
r.v ii:tvii: hay i
l A I NTS: White Lead, Black & Green Paint, Prussian Blue
At 12 O'clock, 1 Carriage Horse,
BUGGY AND HARNESS.
Also.lOne Good Saddle Horse
C. S. BARTOW, Act'r.
S0N SATURDAY, : : : JUNE 24th,
At 12 o'click noon, at Salesroom,
Und'r Instruction of His J-JsctlUncy the Minister of
I Will Soli at Public Auction,
Mhe Lease of Two Lots!
i Situated on the Foundry Square, off Queen Street, and ad
''oicinff tlie lot now occuided by Mesr. Tihbets & Sorenson.
haid loU will be Leased for a Term of Five Year, at the Upset
Price of Ten Dollar per Month. Rent Payable Quarterly, In
- advance. The First Quarter, payable upon the fall of the
hammer, to the Auctioneer. or plan or property, ana fur
ther particular, apply to
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
FOR SALK !
A Family Carriage Horse,
Doable Seat Wagon, and
C. 8. BAKTOW.
GLORIOUS FOURTH !
IX VIEW OKTHEITN'IVERSALENTIIU
SIAdM with which the Coming Anniversary of American
Independence will be obeerred by all her Patriotic Citizens,
and Fnervds of Liberty and Progress, in which doubtless we
will freely participate, the Undersigned notifies all Intending
Committee or Individual Participant in the Coming Celebra
tion, that the
V- Following Large Assortment
ARE NOW I.N STORE. AND
i.V' WILL BE SOLD IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
Tktnt art of Citlifornii tr Eastern Mile,
v And have given thorough satisfaction to all ;
who have tried them, and consist principally of :
Plain and Colored, 6 ox., 8 ox., 1 lb. and 2 lb.
Plain and Colored, 4, 5, 6, 8 A 12 ball.
Plain and Colored, 1 lb A 1 lb,
Number 4 and 6,
BLUE LIG II T S !
COLORED FIRIS red, white preen.
PIN WHEELS, SCROLL WHEELS, SERPtNTS,
Best Gold Chop Fire Crackers !
A Printed American Flags
.. t totn S inches to 2 feet, 4 sizes,
1 ITT All CASII ORDERS for the abotre will meet with
! .JELi...ZL fartie. ordering from the Other Islands,
prompt aiienu"... . -- -- - of can.fui selection
I and lacking-, and .hipment MWhW
and packing-, and ib.pnent. -.; -r -
Parties makin: earij
erc.nt ?t , Honolulu.
iuvernmeut, to u
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REGULAR CASH SALE !
I 0N THURSDAY, JUNE 22,
A: I. i'f-J 't 0 A. M . a .:,
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prir,t, Mutlict. Linen triil,
Brovn Cotton, Whit Cottons, Mrrino,
Vict&ria Larn, Siik HinJk'rcditfs,
IlTum? Lir.eo IJandkercbirfg,
FAHCY FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS,
HarrarJ t-l,in, Wry A Shavln,
Turkish Towel for bathing,
B!ariktii. WLite Shirts, Amtkeag Deoim,
Cotton Drill, Urilliantf,
Fine Twd suiu.
Bil Qjiitg, Merino anil Cotton L'n.lrshlrt,
PELT AND STRAW HATS!
Ladies' IIok, Mtn'i P k,
liritlle ami Bit, Travelling Bag, Etc., Etc.
Sgj e est Brand Krroiwne. Card Ma: chci.
- -. Powder, Sardine, Soda Crackers,
ylh-s Pins, Hams, Bicon, Candles,
Pickles, Tolai-c, Clgir, Kin-? Tea, Oysters,
Aj''andW-s, Salt, M ash Blue, pain Killer,
Brown Sugar, Crushed Sugar.
ALSO, AT PRIVATE SALE,
KX BRIO JCLIA M AVF.RY.
K. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
THE DWELLING HOUSE LATELY
occntiied hv the suhscriher. aitunterl nn HerptuniA St
JUL This house is in first rate repair, and is fitted with all
the conveniences of a first class house. Inquire nf
dlS B. V. BOLLKS ft CO.
MR. de LA MX, ENGINEER, DESIRES
employment on a large sugar plantation. Ilia speciality
is. Topography, Triangulation and Land Surveying, Leveling,
Making of Roads and of Water Leads for irrigation. Cultivation
of tropical plants, Sugar Manufacture, General Book Keeping,
Mechanical Plans and Draughting to ensure economy in labor
and expenditures. Experience of 20 years in tropical coun
tries. Address communications to his residence, Mer. hunt
Street, opposite Lowers e Dickson's Lumber Yard. ju3 liu
F. T. LENEHAW & CO.,
NEW GOODS TO ARRIVE
JOSEPH noSSER, MASTER,
HE N OR
AHOI'T THE !)th JULY
NEXT, FROM GLASsUOW,
BBLS. BEST WHITE CEMENT
Be9t Bar Iron, assorted sixes;
Ilest Sheet iron, assorted sices; fig iron,
A FINE ASSORTED IN VOICK UK V1I1II
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
Tins White La.I, Tins White Zinc Paint,
Tins Oenuine Kea Ueail,
Tins Black and Blue Paints, -
D.unis Boiled Linseed Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, Square & Arch !
D EST BLACKSMITH COAL.
BEST STEAM COAL.
Annealed Fencing Wire, assorted sixes;
Galvanized Fencing Wire, assorted sizes.
Galvanized Buckets, assorted sizes.
A General Assortment of Supe
Fancy Prints, While Cottons,
Handkerchiefs, tiinghams. Costumes, assorted;
Tweeds, assorted; Broadcloths, Coatings,
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Brandies, in Cases and Casks;
Geneva, in cases and casks;
Geneva, in Baskets;
case and cask ;
AM) SCOTCH WHISKIES, in
quarts ajed pin'.;
PORT, SIIRKRIES, in cae
BEST INDI A P.tLK ALES. Quarts and Pints;
McEWAX'S PORTER, Quarts and pints;
BASS' ALE, Quarts and Pints.
SALES MADE TO ARRIVE.
THE RIDGE HOUSE !
KEALAKJZKUAliA Y HA WAI1.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world over fr their unrivaled salubrity of
climate. Certain localities in the proup are espec
ially favored in this way. The District of Kon. on
i a. 1
tbe leeward side of Hawaii, bas lonp teen l:tmed as a place of
resort for inraiids with bronrhital, or lung diseases. With its
pure and mild atmosphere, with its absolute freedom from
atorms or hi?h winds, with its porous soil whi. h, with all its
rich vegetation, retains no dampness and yields nj malaria, and
with an unvarying temperature that of the American or
Southern European June ALL THE YEAR ROUND, the
climate of Kona is one of the healthiest and mot Insurious on
The undersigned, at his house at Kaawaloa. a house une
qnaled in the district for s'ze, cleanliness, coiumodiousnes.
and thoroughness of furnishing, is prepared to give boarders
excellent rix-.ms ana all obtainable comforts in the way of diet,
THERE ARE FRKII WATER BATHS
on the premises, and line sea bathing within a short distance.
The steamer Kilauea and the schooners l ilauaand Prince, run
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawaloa landing.
Tbe undersigned employs no agents nor runners. His bouse
speaks for itself upon inspection. A.A.TODD.
Kaawaloa, gcalakekua Bay, Kona, Nov. 15, 13?t. dll
this Di illicit Ol
FOR SAX FRASCISCO.
- THE FINE AMERICAN BAKK
iSE MARY BELLE ROBERTS !
L. C. OKAY,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
XT First cUm accrrta il ci for i-cc;-:r in lt an.l 21
Cabin, ami rt-trras
F-r aag-. an '.y :
A C'U , Af-nt.
mail steamship nn
AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND LINE!
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY
"vVHX Xjoavo Honolulu
KANDAVU, F. I, & SYDNEY, N. S. W.
connecting at Kandava with Compauj's iteamer for AUCK
LAND. N.Z., POKT CHALMERS, and intermeliate ports.
On or about the 27th of June !
For Freight and Passage, and iurther information,
II. II ACKFELD A CO., Agents.
PACIFIC Mill STEAMSHIP CO.'S
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CAROILL, Master, will
LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about June 20th.
XT For Freight and Passage, or any further Information
apS Apply to II. HACKFELD & Co. Agents.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
MARC II A NT, :
Jane 19th, Monday.
, ..Circuit of Kauai
Returning Friday morning.
June 2Gth, Monday Circuit of Hawaii
On all Windward Trip the Steamer will leave her wharf at
6:30; all trips to Kauai, will leave at 4 p. m. un down trips
the Steamer will not leave Kaalualu betore 8 a. m.; Kawaihae
before 10 a. m.t Makena as per notice on up trip, Maalaea Bay
not before 7 a. m. Any change from the above will be adver
Bates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai... t W
" fjthalna, Maul 6 00
" Maalaea. Maui 7 00
" Makena, Maul 8 00
" " Mahukona, Hawaii 10 00
" Kawaihae, 10 00
' " Kailua, ' 10 00
" " Kaawaloa, " 10 00
" " Hiio, " 12 60
" " Kau Coast . " 15 00
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip 22 00
To or from any Pi rt on Kauai 8 00
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip 12 00
Deck Passage for native only ou
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE OX DEMAND!
nrr An effort wili be made to have the Steamer reach Hono
lulu on the evening or the same uay sne leaves Maui.
SAMUEL O. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder & Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI.
THE SCHR. KAMAILE !
Will have regular dispatch for Kauai, hi above, until farther
notice, in- Freieht and Passengers taken at the LOWEST
BOLLK3 & CO., Agents.
p. S. This vessel has just been thoroughly repaired, newly
coppered, and put to perfect order. pi
REGULAR PACKET FOR UHAItf A.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Run Regularly between This Port and Lahalna,;
Honolnla Saturdays and Lahalna every Wednesday il
Q-.H Urn TI llirKri'in Jb r.i Aapnto is
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
Jfe-. C. BREWER 4i CO.. AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. ET Cash Advance made.
o2 ly C. BREWER & CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
(o2 ly) C. BREWER & CO.
SAM'L O. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
L. MARCIIANT. ------ MASTER.
SAILING DAYS as per Schedule,
t'liless Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS OIMLY AT OFFICE!
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND.
apl OFFICE WITH WILDER & CO.
quid rtu a rum ppy ?
a a a m a m mam mm am a
FLOUR AND BREAD.
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE !
AT LOWEST RATES BY
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt "Works.
TO LET !
THE PREMISES NOW OC(T-
pied by W. D. Alexander, near Punahou. The
Lot contains Three Acres, enclosed by a Stone
Wall, includ ng a Garden well stocked with Fruit and Shade
Tr-e, and a Pasture for one or t-o horses.
The House is of two stories, including five rooms on each
i.xr, and has lately been put in good repair. Thre is a well
of excellent water near tbe house, and a running stream for
iriig:tion. Therl is also a Carriags Hcuse, a Commodious
Servants' House, and other out buildings cn the premises.
W. D. ALEXANDER, or
ap22 2m 5. li. DOLE.
fllun AcpOrt, ' ivre marKin ir, ne;iv miuueu to aptuv
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SATIRDAY. JC.XE 17.
With the isue for July lt, comiut-nw
Volume Twenty-one of the Pacific Com
mekcial, Aiivkktiser, and the occasion
will a fibril an appropriate opportunity for
those who have not heretofore become sub
scribers to lo so, antl for those whose
subscriptions expire at that ilate to renew;
them, by the payment of Five Dollars in
advance. The system of payment in ad
vance, it will be apparent, is much the
best for patrons as well as for the printer.
Besides the saving of a dollar, there can
not but be a feeling of satisfaction in the
reflection that one's paier is paid for a
year ahead, instead of being called on by
and bye to pay .ix Dollars for an enjoy
ment that has passed ; and on the other
hand it is hardly fair to compel the prin
ter to wait a year for the small sum
which he demands for fifty-two issues,
besides keeping your account.
With the brighter prospect tefore the
country which Reciprocity assures, we
appeal with confidence to the public for
a renewal ami an increase of that support
which the Auvkutisek has enjoyed in
the past, pledging, on our part, that no
effort shall be spared to make it a wel
come visitor to every household through
out the land our aim, the advancement
of the best interests of the whole country.
There will be a match game at Baseball on tbe
plains this P. m.
The U. S. S. Lackawanna from Hilo, arrived this
, - - -
The Rkv. J. Hicknki.i. will preach the annual
sermon on llmne Evangelization, to-morrow even
ing at the Fort .Street Church.
CoRiar.s CiiKisTi. This summer festival ol tbe
Catholic Church was observed last Thursday ut
the Cathedral, but owinj I the illness of some of
the clergy, the usual out-door procession was
How to Kill Cockboachfs. A friend sends ua
the following recipe. We are assured that the pests
will devour the mixture greedily and that it is sure to
kill them : Mix equal parts of brown sugar, corn-
meal and Paris ereen."
HniTi.su Si iiJKCT.s. It is currently reported that
the recent importation ol Chinese are to a man
Hritifh subjects, having taken the oath of alle
giance to the Hiitish crown before leaving Hong
kong. Now then, if .Mr. Aseu s 300 shall come in
as new-made Yankees! In fact -'for deeds that
are durk, and Hicks that are vain.'' Ac.
Hr:ciriiociTY Si'UAit. A friend sends us a keg of
sugar made from the crop now coming off at the
Kohala Plantation, Hawaii, and which he names
Reciprocity." For whitenes3 and a large hand
some crystal, it is aneaa ol any tiling in trie way
of table sugar that we have seen. "Rah for Reci
procity, say we, if this is the way it works.
Music this Afternoon. The band will play at
Emma Square this afternoon, commencing at half
past four o'clock. Following is the programme:
Coronation March, Opera The Prophet Meyerbeer
Grand Cavatina, Clarionet Polo Sclireiner
Selection, Opera La Dameblanche Boieldieu
Tbe Bat' Quadrille Strauss
Fantasia, Opera The Count of Ory Rossini
Soldier's Life, Austrian Tattoo Kela liela
Fourth of Jcly. See advertisement in to-day's
paper of a meeting to-night to concert measures for
a proper celebration or tbe Centennial fourth.
Every American ought to feel doubly spread-eagleish
this year Sand Hawaiian-Americans will be excused
if, for well-understood reasons, they also go in for
having a good time. We note also that the mirth-
provoking association known as the "Antiques and
Horribles," have a meeting next Monday evening,
also witn an eye to tne 4tn.
Notes from East Maci. A correspondent writes:
; It is a fine thing to have a concentration of talent
every two years and call it Legislation; it gives
everybody a chance to get off steam, and shows to
the world that we have not forgotten the principal
things upon which the prosperity of the country
and the perpetuity of our independence depends
the abolition of the dog tag and the reduction of the
" The communication signed II.' in your issue
of tbe Oth inst. is the most sensible thing that has
ever appeared on the Chinese question. It is an
enigma that cannot be solved, that government
should continue to send agents and money to get
those people here, while there are thousands of
families in other countries civilized and Christian
ized who would be glad to come and settle here, if
aided to do so, and given time in which to pay back
the price of passage.
1 It is reported that preparations are being made
to have a rousing celebration at Wailuku on the 4th
of July, in three pieces: Tart 1st, American Inde
pendence; Part 2nd, Centennial; Part 3rd. Recipro
city ! Well, why not 7 Wailuku is the second city of
tne Kingdom, ana should be the seat of government
E believe it was Mr. Kelley of Pennsylvania,
(commonly known in and ont of Congress as
' pig-iron Kelley ,") who Crst pronounced the Ha
waiian treaty "a well-defined job." jOur planters
will be amused to learn that they are credited
with having expended n half a million dollars in
getting it through the House of Repiesentativesy
The following is clipped from the Chicago Times t
Let it he Recorded The Democratic IIgce
and the Bogus Hawaiian Treat r. recta? Tele
gram. Washington, if ay S. The democratic j
house stands discredited with the responsibility of i
another indecent job. The Hawaiian treaty, push- !
ed by a plentifully-provided lobby, was crowded '
turougn to-night by a majority or 15 votes, i The j
bill is an iniquity pure end simple, deyised by a i
gang of plundering adventurers who have bought
up the sugar plantations on the Sandwich Islands.
The bill has been engineered in Congress by Fer
nando Wood and lobbied by a disreputable New
York gang. It is asserted that $500,000 have been
expended where they would do the most good in
securing supporters to this palpable fraud. Tbe
main arguments in the bouse have been that tbe
bill was a step toward free trade, whereas the
truth is the principle of free trade has no more to
do with it than the theory of infant baptism. The
inventors of the scheme have perfected arrange
ments for bringing in the produce of Ibe Ulan'ds
free of duty, but tbis monopoly will in iUelf
amount to a big duty in the end. There is no
hope of tbe Senate, refusing concurrence, since Fish
is interested in the success of the measure. Mem
bers of both parties claim that money was used
freely to push the bill through.
According to current report in Washington, the
Hawaiian sugar planters have expended half a
million dollars in convincing the obtuse grangers
in the house of representatives that the lop-sided
reciprocity treaty with Kalakaua's kingdom oubt
saccharine lobbyists Lave t length succeeded, j
to oe rai ned, liieiaoors ana lioerailtv of toe
and the bill conforming tee tariff to the treaty
passed the house on yesterday,
me .aia proceeus to ine
r .o. i., J.
1 evening the L.
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iiutfi.ii new aricuiiura! -n:ff.ii-
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: 1. 1 tbf final actioa in tie r&atter of
ti tteatv. tii a-ux dfEnite i-bape. TbfSt wiil
tint . t:..- i-Ul -Kyckings"' of capita.!itj nd Caus
all hta-.cte of b.tMntss to become geceraUj
Pf.aph of JcioE Moxtgovfky. Tfci gentleman.
a resident of twenty-four yemi HAnJiug. died in
this city on Monday afierr.oon. alter a lingering
illness ol seveial month. Mr. Montgomery wa
born in the city of Belfast. I rrland. November 5,
and wa consequently in hi eventy-tourth
vear at tLe time of hi decease. lie cirue here
from California in 1&52. and soon after commenced
the practice of the law. August 24, lid, he was
appointed Police Magistrate of Honolulu, which
office he continued to holj until 1874. a period of
ten years, when he was succeeded by the present
incumbent. He was noted for his taste and skill
in arboriculture and floriculture, and to bis exer
tions the public are indebted for much of tbe
ornamentation of the pleasant reort known as
Ocn H.twtiii Xast. On several occasions of
late, there have appeared oil the bulletin boards
in front of our office some very well executed and
amusing caricatnies of men and things suggested
by current topics of dit-cussion. and which have
attracted amused and admiring crowds of both
foreigners and natives. The lust and decidedly
the best of the series was a. cartoon which appear
ed la.-t Saturday morning, and which nobody
Could look at without enjoying a hearty laugh-
except, pei haps, the pi. ilo Chinaman of the (iazette.
It represented a sketch of tbe business portion of
Honolulu as it will appear a few years hence,
when all the ttades and avocations of life shall
have been monopolized by the Celestials. Kven
the household troops, the government band, and
the governor ol the lMana, were represented as
shaven-headed, que ed and almond eyed. The
sktitch has been photographed for preservation.
the urtist. we understand, is a young Hawaiian, a
half-caste, who under favorable circumstances
Uiigbt become a second Naet.
Commkmouatiox Day. Monday, June 11th. Ka
mehamoha 1st Day. was first designated as a pub
lic holiday by Kamehamelia V, to take the place
of Restoration Day, July 31st. It was duly ob
served in this city on Monday last by the cessation
of ordinary employments and the very general
closing or stores. in toe afternoon there was a
drill on the plains by native volunteer soldiery,
infantry and cavalry, concluding with a sham
fight, which appears to have been almost a reality
to some of the -awkward squad."' Horses and
men in several instances are renurted to have re
ceived more or less hurts from the unskillful han
dling of bayonets. However, it was as near as we
shall ever come to actual war, and that's a conso
lation. A noteworthy fact was that much less
drunkenness was seen dwriug the day than is usual
on holidays; for which gratifying result we may
thank the police authorises, who last month closed
out an illicit Chinese grog-seller, who it appears
bad been doing an extensive business among the
Haleakala School, East Maui.
i The annual examination of this school for boys, was
leld on Thursday, June 8, and was largely attended
lly an interested audience of natives and foreigners.
who, by their frequent expressions of applause,
shewed that they were much pleased with the exer
cises. We quote from a correspondent :
" The school-room was crowded at an early hour,
and from the beginning to the end of the examina
tion there was exhibited on the part of the teachers
an earnest endeavor to draw out the capabilities of
the scholars; and this was satisfactorily responded to
by the latter in their answers to the various questions
propounded. We were struck with tbe range cf
topics. " Arithmetic " embraced questions of prac
tical importance not found in the books, but of first
value to the resident of these Islands; Geography,"
(in which super-excellence was shown) embraced a
wider range than is usually seen in its study; and
the questions in Orthography evinced careful study,
and a sensible idea of what is demanded of the
Ease of delivery, correctness of gesture, and
(lurtinctness in elocution, made the duty of listening
ii the selections a pleasure.
i " One thing struck us as peculiarly happy the
majority of the pieces spoken gave prominence to
our duties'" and obligations to Ood; and as all the
pieces spoken were the telecliont of the scholar t the m
Bel vet, we are lead to the inference that " out of the
abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh."
The annual examination of Oahu College took
place on the 7th, 8th, 9th and 12th of June. It waa
a very impartial and thorough examination, no class
being emitted. The first day was devoted more es
pecially to the classes of the primary department, all
of which did well, particularly the reading class.
Throughout the examination we noticed with pleasure
tbe attention which was paid to this usually some
what neglected exercise. The second day was svlso
spent in the examination of the younger portion of
the school, an interesting feature being a spelling
match in which, after a severe .struggle, the well-
earned prize was borne off by Miss May Richardson.
On the third day the examination of the more ad
vanced classes was commenced. Both the classes iJ
Geometry did well. The recitation in Rhetoric was
a very pleasant one, and did great credit to the
teacher, Miss Trowbridge. Tbe reading in Mr.
Pratt's division was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The
day closed with a spelling match between the older
scholars. The contest between the last two, Master
Arthur Richardson and Miss Kate Mossman, TTa
close; but at length an unfortunate word, to the
chagrin of the boys and the delight of the girls,
floored Master Richardson, leaving Miss Mossman to
carry off the prize, a handsome dictionary. -..
On the last day, the recitation of Mr. Pratt's class
in Outlines of History," was one to be remember
ed with pleasure. Mr. Damon's class in Virgil, was
as usual a success. The Rhetorical exercises occu
pied the afternoon of the last day, every one af which
was fine. The recitations delivered by the young
ladies could scarcely have been improved; we could
hear every word, and think the boys had better look
to their laurels. The auJience were favored with
Wtter's ' La Tolacc-a," well executed by the al
ready famous pianist. Miss Castle. We were filled
with regret that the Centennial Echo " wag to die
so young. The compositions were all well written
and well read.
Tbe entire exercises, from the first class Wednes
day morning to the final song Monday afternoon,
were a credit to both teachers and scholars. There
were faults; but for our part we should much rather
in every examination see a few faults. The au
dience, through the kindness and skiil of Mrs. Pratt,
were provided each day with an abundant of the
good things of this life. We very much regret that
there is to be any change in teachers fur tie coming
year. The past year has been one of both work and
pleasure. Mr. Pratt is evidently the right man
in the right place," and long may he remain with
us as President of Oahu College.
The Kawaiahao Seminary.
The closing exercises cf this very prosperous insti.
tation were largely attended on Wednesday last at
Kawaiahao Church. The school, at present, nuiuberj
forty-two pupils; the principal. Miss D.iagham, being
vtry ably assisted by Miss EoweJl and Miss King.
an4 bj "S1(ieilt graduates, M:ss Napoleon and
Miss Aswan. The examinations ia the different
studies were varied by recitations and music, the
whale programme Itlng cue which ccu!J Pot lot 1 ;
j iatmsUcg tj .l j risctl. lut txcratt wci char
acterize! by a degree cf exacfee atJ tLorocg'uscM
j which BJot emphatic". testlficj ti the great faith-
fj:cc an 1 xcal of tlx- teacher. V. e were tjeci. y
pUisi-J with the attention j-ai-l tJ the l.ttl oo, who
apftrt 1 tj grct lti!:t.;f. It i well that they
hue cir!y f uul a le atvl j.:i.t Lit
Y.I the t 'Uf i ' tYt-rnf-1 i;i::!.:cJ ty the Mint fpirit.
i ar. 1 tbe quiet at.J or jcr. the U ly-l.ke o 1 rarnet
i mautier iu a 1 the f eif.rfuar.ct wcry gratifying.
Tiw who understand the many diCicu.tir attend
ing the culture anJ eJucUion of the Hawaiian, will
appreciate the e?:rt wh'.ch mast precede such
Of tbe classes, all cf which wer very iotretit)f .
w woulJ xaentica, in particular, Mist Bioghata's,
io Botany; Mis Rowell't. io rhilosopby; M'm
Kiog't in Pbyticlcgy; anJ M: Nspo!roa'. io Scrip
tur Recitation. Tbe Gyruntict were lei by Hiss
Atwao, and were aJmirably executed, calling forth
genuine applause from tbe nuJienee. The singing
was exceedingly atifctcry : Two piece. 'Charity,'
and Jesus, Lover of my Soul. bwiog etpecially well
A vry pleut feature in tbe entf rtaiorueot was
the diatribuliou cf ueful and ornamental gift, the
handiwork of the girls, to their parents and to Iht
patrons of the school Great skill anJ taate was
exhibited in the different article thu presented,
and all seemed very heartily to eater iota tbe spirit
of this ChrUuuas in June. At the clone cf the
morning's exercises there were a number of article
offered for ale; the proceeds cf the sale, ucarly fifty
dollars, to be sent to ai l in the support of a Bible
Reader near rxerootu, Turkey.
We are sure that all who were o privileged as to
be able to attend, felt that a truly noble work was
being done by the Principal aud her Assistants. . Ia
the midst cf so many perplexing questions relative
to the e lucatiou of Hawaiian girls, the earnest faith
which enables these teachers, with others in kindred
iutitutions on the island, to patiently continue
their efforts for the up-buiUing and saving cf the
race, should excite cur warmest sympathy and ad
miration. Truly did one cf the speakers, in Lis re
marks, characterise their work as one, not for time,
but for eternity; that the impressions they were
leaving on the immortal souls intrusted to their
earn aud guidance, were not a polish or veneer,
easily destroyed, but resembled rather those inscrip
tions found in old historic lands, and which, cleared
of the dust of centuries, reveal the grandur anJ
glory of long buried nations. When the slain and
dust of earth's sins and trials shall be removed by
the Master's own hand, we doubt not that thce
faithful teachers will see with unspeakable gladness
tbe divine and eternal beauty of the work which
they have wrought.
SESSION OF IG7G.
Thirtv-Fiith Dav June Oth.
Hon. Mr. Nah;iku moved that the vote taken
yesterday, adopting the report of the Special
Committee to whom wax referred the petition
Hgaiust the mut ot the Hon. S. M. Kamukau, be
After considerable discussion, the motion urn
camt'il tniii Hi'- report oi tne commute- ue re
ferred back to them, and, that they ak the opinion
of the Judges of the Supremo Court.
Judiciary Committed reported on a number of
petitions relating to masters and servants, and
recommended that they be referred to the Com
mittee to whom was referred other like petition.
A minority ot the Committee on truncation,
reported on several petitions against the Superin
tendent of the Ilouid of Education ; also thut the
Reformatory School be abolished ; also several
others ; recommending them to the consideration
of the bouse. Laid on the table.
His Ex. the Attorney General brought forward
11 resolution that thu lioard or elections for the
district of Honolulu be instructed not to give
uotice of a new flection until further order fioin
this house. Adopted.
Hon. Mr. Kalaukoa read for the Crt time a
proposed amendment to article CI of the Constitu
tion, relating to eligibility to hold a seal In (he
house of representatives.
His Lx. the Attorney Oeneral read lor the first
time an uct to regulate the sale of opium. Ordered
to be printed.
His Lx. the Minister or rinance. cave notice of
an act to amend section 773 of the Civil Code.
Hon. Mr. Halstead read for the first time an act
to amend section 237 of the Civil Code, relating to
duties of pound masters. Ordered to be printed.
Hon. Mr. Kanealn read a resolution, that f 1,000
bo appropriated for a bridge at Waihee, Maui,
His Lx. Kapena gave notice or an act to re-enact
sections 27, 8 and S7 ot the Civil Code, relating to
the Board of Health.
f Ifr.n f w LTfinaalii ri.1.1 an apt fer 11. Arbl lir.ii.
that the Minister of Finance be prohibited from
paying any money to any oHicer or the govern
ment who leaves for foreign countries.
Hon. Mr. Kaubane brought forward a resolution
that the house adjourn to-day to meet again at
1 p. m. on Tuesday. Adopted.
Hon. Mr. Mahelona gave notice of an act to
amend article 56 of the Constitution ; also read a
resolution that the sum of $7,400 be appropriated
for the road and bridges of Waiawa, Ewa.
ORDER Or THE DAT.
On the consideration of the subject of Immigra
tion in Committee of the Whole, the Hon. Mr.
Birch inJbeccbair; the resolution of the Hon. Mr.
Preston, as follows : " llesolved That this Assem
bly recommend His Majesty's Government to take
active and vigorim measures to promote immi
gration and that in the introduction ot new popu
lation the sexes brought should be nearly equal,"
was then taken up.
' His Ex. the Minister of Foreign Affairs spoke tx
length on the general subject of immigration',
fallowed by tbe Hon. Mr. Rhodes and others, whri
the Committee rose, to bit again on Tuesday neTtt,
and the House aujonrneu.
ThU'tt-Sixth Dav June 13lb.
From Molokai, that $1,000 be appropriated for
jjt bridge over tbe YYaialua stream ou that island.
From Kaanapali, that native born chiefs only b
.'appointed as Nobles ; that $800 be appropriate!
"fur improvement nn puli road in Honokohan ;
that 200 be appropriated for pay of a null
carrier from Lahaina via Kaanapali to Waihee.
'..KToui Hilo, that a new, large and substantial
'steamer be built to take the place of the Kilauea.
' From Honolulu, thut $1,000 be appropriated for
a road from Waipilopilo to Kalihi.
From Koolaupoko, that $2.r0) be approj. iia(e
I for a breakwater at Waiahole.
RF.S.OLl TIQV, ETC'.
i Hon. Mr. Rhodes presented the following resolu
tion : Vh:wis the state of the country demands
a fresh supply of population, particularly of
women, and whereas certain persons, owners of
plantations are desirous of bringing male laborer
to work on their plantations, therefore be it
Jlf solved, that the Minister of Foreign Relation
is hereby authorized and instructed to act in
concert with the above named persons for tho
purpose of introducing women with tbe m?n aUo
to place Limrelf in communication with the
British Government through u Counnissioner for
the purpose of ascertaining whether families can
be brought from Briii-h India to these islands,
and if so at what cost; also to Like initiatory
steps for procuring families if obtainable, uuder
proper agreements, from tho Agore.? or other
islands in th" Atlantic Ocean ; also to reopen
negotiations with .Mr. JYecenini for the introduc
tion of Italian I'unilies.'-
On motion, the resolution was ordered for con
sideration In Committee of the Whole, with the
question of immigration.
By Hon. Mr. Barenaba, that the Minister for
Foreign Affairs be requested to inform the house
whether the sum of 10.000 paid to Chilian t Co.,
for importation of Chinese laborer, is to be paid
back to the government or hot.
On motion, the K-s(litiou W4- ordered for con
sideration 5n Cu-jmiine f the Whole, with the
subject cf immigration.
By Hon. Mr. Kalmiit, that the Attorney General
be instructed to enforce the 1 iw relating to the
.-abb ttji. Ait-r considerable li-(.u-.-ion, in which
H'u Kx. tie Minister for Forein Affair, Hon.
Messrs. Kaai, Liliktlani and Kn iai. spoke against,
and the Hon. Messrs. Kahuili. Kitlaukoa and
Pilip.j in favor of the resolution, the motion to
ndopt was put and carried IC to L.
ORDER Or THE DAT.
The house went into Com unlive of tho Whole,
on the consideration of the resolutions on the gen
eral subject of iniSi'.gntti'ji), the Hon. Mr. Kauai in
After discussion oi two hours, tl.e motion that
the coaimittee rise and report, reoouimendlng that
the resolutions relating to the subject of immigra
tion be referred to a Select Committee was put
and carried. His Ex. the Minister of Foreign
AtLtira. Hou. Messrs. Gay, Isenberg, Nawahi and
Halstenfcwerc appointed on said committee.
The House adjourned.
Mi. k.tl pr. nUd a HE
urn ol jf.iva ce propriK i
I Cof.it II we ! Va!tn a. KiiiiiMnBMH
I II n. Mr. NakaUka pre. ,i. V44
j tloo b f.pr priu d for imj.i carilej ly a
am of f.'.t'O be appr..pr(l I
I . x.l , .... . I I'.I.L.ilii M Ink II.
til. I - , fin!.i.r i t Hmn A
Lh9 OLhrr Bide
tie f !initif bill: tJ auieiil
ei. it laws f IhTO: to amend
, tddrttoed Io
Civil Code : Io amend aecllon
Cf t!i Cill Code : and I. repeal!
of the- lAudoa
la Out!' on atucie ktii i . a
4 f amoa, Las b
Tieat. , If
H. n. Mr. Kanealil lead f ' C'"1 1 of Samoa di4 l
levtitif a tax of i: eenU per a tea mi . ,....,
ii. in vi r i inn rru l w r iii.i m
in ore depend
amend section J39 of the Civil K otie.
Hen. Mr. Tieston read for
to amend section 18 w etP
ter IC cf tk- krl.J
Code, relating t TOimg lor r prraeniii ju eBua.
Hi tx. tie Minister of Finance ie
flrat time an act to aaier.d aectlou 47J cfnr trtl cajb
llan Vr Itireh road for the first tf ini'C.TV.Vi
amend section "8 of tbe Civil C.'dev Vea tTTjh. and
Hon Mr. MthHon read I r tha wtV ,N?,ttM
proposed amendment to atlit le ",w I.
tuiioii ; putting the pay cf trptmmmmmmmmm V
can tr nix
.f.f.A..t. lor v
m . i a . .. . n , " - I
I oi rnapier n oi ina t. ivu
1..- nn Ika 91.1 ln.l HlSI
Second reading of an et t.V. .'?"
under ev utracu to take holloa? ct frovernmrijt
am. iters. lie. Parsed to It tl i.d rek.r.ng. J
Second reading ol an act to abtlh;T the Haw ak
in o. Hoard if llealib; on tiit.Uoti Itferrrd to a
Special Committee. .
S cotid reading cf an art U aniftid mcU.ii H.
and lepeal aection C. 7. S. P. and 10 of the law
relating to taxes en animal ; ou mc tloti laid n
the table for Iurther f onidetation.
Second reading cf a pmpoH-d urneiiJine.it In
article 4 of the Constitution ; ou motion, ImleC
Second reading id an act to amend aectloii 7mI
of the Civil Code ; en motion M'fcifVd to a Select
Second reading of an act to amend section 5 of
chapter 13 of the Penal Code; on motion referred
Io a Select Committee.
Houm a ljooriie J.
Tmart-PioinM Dat Juns 16
Hon. Mr. IUUmauu read ftT the first time, an act
to amend an act approved June "S I lf,8, relating
to the Board of Health.
Hon. Mr. Pilino read a resolution, that a Ci m-
mittce cf 13 be appointed to proceed with 3 i tiy ai-
ciati io naiawso on ttcamtr Auauta, ana visk
the lejvcrs, and Io ascertain as to bow Ihey are
Hon. Mr. Wilder was In favor of the resolution,
and informed His lit. the Minister of Interior that
the alnir vrill nn.l.al.t La read f..p Iha liln l.i
Kalawao on Friday evening the ".'Id. ,
lion. Mr. Birch amended that only o trtor
embodied in the resolution instead of three. .STREET
After some discuaaioa, the resolulloa as amended
was adopted. .
.The President then announced the following names
oa that committee : Hon. Messrs. Wtl.ler, Martin,
Wans, Kauai, Kalaukoa, Nukana, Hareuaba.
Nakaleka, N'ahaku, Ht-ltkunihi, Kana, Malice
and Pilino. ' ., i 1
Hon. Mr. Kalaukoa read a resolution that fcrttm
newspapers be supplied only to fortlgn tin
and the J.ahul Jluwau and kuohma h
Hawaiian representatives. Rejected.
iion. iir. jvaueaiii rcsa a rewiaii'w fndrr li ptn-ueaii)
rergrant-at-arms ue requested to rurni r v is pw ri, a un
ber of the bouse with 100 two eent pvrw..nof aiw aMltwa far
siiii-r cuusi.jcrauio uiacusaiun, tuv ipcuoit u ,.ii'i- ufia (t
luueiy piiBipoDa was carried.
lion. Mr. Barenaba read for tin first time an a til
to repeal all laws authorising the Minister of Inferior
to grant licenses fur the selling of spirituous luruors.
The moiion t. 'ndcflnitcly postpons was carried.)
His L'x. the L. ' finance real for tb first
time an act to can. rfject lha Uolir. lty
Treaty with the United hti A warm and leilliy
discussion arose, in which severil members spuka
fur and against, after which the motion that lbs
rules be sunpendcd, and the bill read by its title to
come up to-morrow for further eousiderttion, was
put and carried. 1
lion. Mr. Birch gave notice of an act for the pt
tcctiou of forests. , t .
The second reading of an act to amend sortipa '
Hl'J of the Civil Code, relating to masters rV t AT 1)1
vants. On motion it was read by its litljMitU UI I Ii
fcrred to a Select Committee. ' '.
Second reading of an act to repeal tlP "
restrict the Importation and sale of opium. m n i f t
to engrossment, . j li U It I v L
Second reading of an act to amend an art,. .,rtM tor IITLLIKi.
an act to amend section 1123 of the Civ , go Per t
approved July It)72, rtlating to mas',
second read in ir .f an art in rirrii1al.
The motion to indefinitely postpone wa U LLCD RIC
Inst, and ItiA Lill tlipn In nfr.f..Hm. I
Second reading of a proposed ameii""'1 Corrftd .rlr'(
article 43 of the Constitution, denying, 1' a ail WOOD, jTw
tl.ntlpi n , In V. A ........ I 1 1
Pending the discusoion on the amen.anJ Proprietor
House adjourned. 1
The New Medical Act,VEItLTT,
The following is the text cf the Act LUdlsslOD MeibJo
Gov. Kepcua, and now Ifcfort the Atsemt,jT, CORNER CLAt,H
AH ACT TO KCLSE IKTELLIQaNT Ml DICA ' ( rjfJo
OICAL TREATMEXT. AKD TO IXBLnX A Ho! 1
AD tSErCL DUPEKSATIOJf Vt MEDICIkf
f'l .1.- .!!!. .... I .lA
m nrnai) ins laviuuea mr botaining. l T
incuicai and surgical treatment and tatueTTj t i
to a large claas of persons, eitremily AUD Cl CO.,
Jina n htrtat. It is believed Ihst the ifcLin r,Yr
facilities frequently Induces resort to i 1 u "CrCIsl.
treatment, and the use of medicines of an
ble nature, cften entailing fatal reseNV :
And Whereat, it is a recognised
governments to maintain such sanitr"
as shall be promotive cf tho public
Be it Enacted by Iht Iking and tkt
r ula It reel.
wucmviy uj ic Hawaiian tuanat, n lit
4 ...... J .. . d" .1. f ;i fl . I . , . i
lure or mi Atngdom aiumbltd :
Section I. That it shall bs Imnerativs
eensel medical practitiuaers and surgeons
canon io mem to tuat euect, to attend. wit
on any one requiring tbeir profeaalona
wuuin tne gubernatorial district in wblci
o. . auait V9 incuniuetit on a
it . .1-11 I- a
medical practitioners and surgeons
upon, es in the preceding Section of ChOWlDg TobaCC
nej, to tneir Drti eudcavors sa t
w i.c.o u'i car an cases or SUQeii f
that shall come under tbeir lrfittmt.txl. r, Drnil1lltl
the provisions of this Act. HfUpisU CORNEL.
c o n -i t it . a n
oco. o. jiic bsi4 licensed medical practitiou.T
aud surgeons shall, on the application t,f anv ca 7 4
requiring the same, furnis.h such medicines fnd-'
spply such treatment as shall be miena..
relief and cure of the persons applying, or In who.!
behalf such application shall have
Sec. I The said licensed medical practitlair
and surgeons shall be authorized to charge reuacna
ble fees as compenration for all professional services
rendered by them under Ibe provisions cf ibis Act
tua reasonableness of th W-
fessional charges cf licensed medical practitioners
and surgeons shall have been questioned, ami nv"
inent thereof refuted by. or for tbow against wb J,
such charges shall have tetn raa.l. ti.. u...-
Health shall decide what the proper char, .i .n ,
in such cases. , I
Sec C. Io all casts where medi-al snj surino.l
treatment shall bavs been rendered, siij,-.-,
furnishe.1 to r ergons who shall have r JKslTjEB T.f.
the satisfaction of tbe Bosrd cf Health, ,01 R AT LOWCit tunt
suthorized for the purpose, to be ia I..4 ritui
stances, and unable Io pay therefor t
ful for the Board of Health to pay fc'r tOVOS,
cf any of the Legislative appropil'
posai; or to apply to that object any Cabin StOVOB
priations therefor that tbe IiegUlatiit
bavs authorized. tO e5cC, An
So. 7. Any licsnseJ medical pra " , . V
geon who shall refuse to atrrad wna,MrTLT A TatSfDEj 1'
applied t. as provide! io Section ItlfriLT RECttTKD AT
who shall not use bis best endeavor ..r.,. w
cure as provided in Section 2 cf lbi lV MAWU TRatRT.
shall not furnish such msliciiies and aa!
treatnietit as shall be necessary, ss provitttst'tO WKIt4
tion S of this Act, shall, on oonvioiioa
cflVnce btfore any court of competent JuriadictlurL. f
fined for the first cllence not less than fen nor t2tT
thau twenty-fire dullari; and fur a sesond vBtoc.
not less than twenty-five nor mors thao one h 9 ltd red'"
dollars; and for a third offence, not e.a thao on
hundred dollars, and la tho discretion cf ths eorra
the forfeiture cf lis license to practice snrdicio
suretry in this Kingdom. One-balf c all of wb
fines .hall go Io lbs person or persons ou whose8'
formation convictions shall have been obtained, ta
the other half to the general funds cf the Itos'rm
Health. . n.af).
Sro ft. T1j penalties enumerated la Scctie'
this Act shall not be deemed applicable to TfrJ
medical practitioners and surgeons who are Ir!
or who are otherwise physically Incspscita c' n
thc.e whdt previous professional eagagcti. ', . '
render compliance with the requirement tsta utt
I, 2, and 3 cf this Act impracticable. a" '
the lives cf patients drpendittj vjva
Sec. 9. This Aat skall fcto.y,-i-
after the dale of ita apy-5-
4 Vwlll ia
four !ncb vi