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-"" . :- ; . . 1 ..,.' '"rla'.u"','i''tiyaaeW ' '"fca'-r.Twiift 1 1 "tJifrmi" . ' ., "' "'"L,.!.1.1 ", J,1!!.!!!."..--' " " ' "'- mm.-jin II II HI ir r v. MERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 30, PACIFIC COM - - 7 . 1 f'r t I 4i .1 n 1 !i i I i ) I eT1. y , -J MS' t." . t tim lb i! Ml ii s- i V . . .UTHORITY. a ir ha pleaJ Hi MA.fc-.ty the Kiii to appoint tU foll..wlIi grutlelueU t 1 U-eluUr of Hi Privy Council of State: Hon. Bt-juamin Hle Au-it.n. II on. Paul I'uhihula. Kanoa. Hud. Hail Koilu Uui. Han. John Lot Kaalaknu. Hun. George W. MacfarUne. lulA.NI I'L.n e. JCSE, 27XH. 1-4 J. je2-tdltwit The Court will go inU fall tuuiirfaing for Her lata Royal Higbnes the Prince P. cm Keiliko tASi from li date of tl.it notice, until the day aftr th funeral; and will wear half mourning from that time until the eipiration of two week from the day of the funeral. C. H. JUDD, If. M. Chamberlain. lwJ June Ut dw tf Hay. (California wheat and ot.J Craa. ay Oatt, ay . . lU,0tf!. 1. GMiI.t 2 .UK tit.. 2. :illi!.. Barley. y ..-v The hay and. fee I V "v1 $b-- i.f the bet .(Utility anJ delivered full weiu. ,rhe MinUter of the Interior d.-e not hmd him elf to accept the l-.-tst or any hid. JOHN K. PUSH. Viniittr of the Intili r. laterior Oftice, June -'Jd. 1 Bareaa of Immignticn Ordinance. "In partnance of the .roi-..u of an Act of the Lgi-latie A-.-eiuhly. approved on the thirtieth .1 .! n-mher. A. I. l-ol. entitled "An Act to provide for the importation of laborer aod for the - encoaragement f immigration," nd of an Act ap proved oo the 2.1rd day of June, A. D. lit:, enti tled An Act to extend the power of the Bureau of Immigration. Be it ordained by Hi Majenty iu Priy Council u the recominendatioa of the Mini.ter of the Iute . rior. and Burean of Immigration at follow : . .Whereat, -t U advi-.al.le iu ordr to protect the JttUlic from the .pread of coutagiout disease, that Ammif rant arriving. in thi. Kingdom. hould U eubject to thorough initoti.u : aud Vh-re, It i-tht a nlac- shoulJ provided lor them, where they can be protect from the opera r.t j.-nm, i'rni an 1 accommodated with V aitable fo-d and I.Alb'iu.. uuiil they shall have had a reatouahle time t -v-.-ure suitable employ ment. . - , Therefore, be it ordained: Firt. On the arrival of any hip or ve,-l at any port of thi Kingdom, having fifty or more immigrant' on Iward ,eekiug employment in thi Kingdom, said immigrant hall t be landed from auy tuch hip or veel until permiion to do -hall have been granted by the President, .or by an Agent of the Hoard of Immigration. ' SeconJ. " -en uch iNcrmitiiu it obtained the 1 -A' i A " . . , .... ..... . i'" r . Vf- . '-L-rv-ra - i-i.mbW nui.ireniiut will "'ja- ' COUHIIII v. - .wigTap , ahall cause tUciu to h iTJti j'lac rorided by the board of commana . g nicer oi me e.-:i. .--,.r, . ahall cause them to be lauded at ucu uf Immigration a the P-ai d of Im- iirrntion a afreaid. Third. Any ollicer of auy vetel briuiug immi grant aj aforesaid. ho shall land or allow auy ucb paeuger or immigrant to be lauded, and auy pei aeo who ahall aid and abet iu the lauding of any inch - pattenger or immigrant without the pruiisiou - ' ftftd otherwite thau in the manner at iu the two . , r - - 1. .11 I... i; .. - ttM i,Btrin-f prnviaea r jo. ... ,n ....i.. .11. ItJi' Vf. . . . . -r-1 . . . 1 hM-r- M!u . K..b .ll-i'-. Htt. ' " .lice or Dittrict pay ft fin not exoedmj t---ti. Dollar, on convictioii b. fore any "rnAI. immigrant landed in the pUce ZZa ahall U- ..j-t totheiiidono I ,h. lint of the Board of Health, and to v. h ordc Vt the health of the immigrant or that of the P Fth -Proper lutr-urt and facilitie ha 1 Jafford v the Board of Immigration to enable . S .uoh immigrant ,o 'Z gration to pree meaure at line iim to- , . - aiding in the taul pla.-e 1- Sixth.-On the u;a'" " , , mule while at the place afoieaiJ. gr4aU to Ub..r uy.U h. JulUr- for mien emplover hatl pa a iee o crT V ' , , ... .A bv him. which .hall U mh immigraut engai,a o uo. ,,i Cipente of lue i"""1"" their .upport. A. l. 11- Bytheing: CABirit utcruflulcrljr. akll tf Board of Healtn- NOTHK ..... u. .,.,,,.1, attention of the public " L. ..citly called I.. . regulation I r . ".I. lalu adopted by the -7, ,arJ October . .iviu ort the l Fverv racket steam sel ari-vim, Ftty.ician. - u( n i factious disease exists ou . .:.., to ,i. .i effect : nui ii to th captain a -",...,,:.. to anchor B.tMtOellui- - a Ro4rJ of th. vessel ouwde t!.e harb.r. an Health ,hall be .uM ha.U.r until .bail bring a steam packe in.i the Port I hysician has t;vru tBy order of the B..ard-) pMrd .., The " . " ,1 ,nJ following actions: fl9 of the Triial Code and 1 Chap Uap. r.9.l V 7, ,7nItU mav from SECTlosl--TheBoardofH - f t.me a to timeestaolih the ,L- Riugdom; byaU vessels arriving a. -y po Utlou, aud may make -m u i- he.lih i, .hall iude ecesar aafety of the inhabitants. which hall ... whlCU ... nbmit ta inai- . fas leave tb. quarantine grounds ...n.ltlt! Ufore the ilu,H,sed piratiou c,I IIW 'I . . .. . ,l.e means ot clandes- or which -nan - jm ,nTc - ely introducing " " to the gi.u-dlsease.ora cntlscatiu Uc bealth .hall trM,ury. mnj .ale for the be n in.urreJ on account SZCVZVou Te.se! or goods under any quaran f any pero. b n. vessel. tia. regulation sb,ll be p,id Tb. roadstead of Honolulu ., atedq"BtinagTOU 7J ir. HAYSELDEN. Secretary of the Board of Health. Water Notice. AH Water Pate u v due aud owing mut be paid at the cilice -i H..uolnIn Vatt-r WorV. foot of Nuuauu street n or J f.r Jiiiie U'lth, l'.i'J. Otherwi the l-livilege i!l U: al-"udel without farther notice. Approved CHABI.r.S WII.SON, J. d.n K. Buh. Supt. Water V..ik. Miiinlr-rof theluteri.il'. HoNoll-lu. June 1. IHJ. tr tf- Directory of the Police Depajrtiiient of " .1 TT 1 . the Kingdom. Marshal V. C. Paike . . . Dai id Lavto?i Ueputy Marshal - erilTa- Maui. . Hawaii. Kauai . T. W. Everett . . . . . L. Severance. . . . S. V. Wilcox ... . Waikapu Hilo . . . . Little Uepe.lv Skerltfa. OaHO. Ewa aud Waiauie Waialua Koolaulua Koolaupoho. MLI. I.ahaiua t- i : . .Auakalea Kauhi .Ie-- Amara H. Kaamhil Asa Kaulia Newt'.u J. A Kaukau Honuaula Vh-J-.KIie ?? .JUUII mtu.ui"u .S. F. Chillin?worth Mkawo . J. Ciar.lin-r E. LiUU-hua II. 15. W-thinc D. F. Saiiford Vacant . . . (i. P. Kamauoha Makaiuai (Actinsj.) . . . V. H. Nahinu . E. Smith liana Molokai an4 Lanai. N.rth Hilo. - Hamakua S.iuth Kohala North Kohala North Kona South Kona Kan Puna Nawiliwili Lihur Kawaihau Hanalt-i K..l..a Waiiui'a Hawaii. U. J. .W. E. ....ci. . ...J M. Kauwila H. lH-veiiU S. Kani B. Palohau ..I. Kakiua . W. Alapai J. Kauai Licenses Expiring in June, '83. KtTHb-UiUL'. I AJj.i, M imualum 1 Mr. T I.ai k, Korl trret I Tiu Jiintf, Paualuu, KuuUalwa a .tl ac l uuLr. km-t street iiunolulu Huiiululu I bew Kr.-, Nuiituu i-ttrrt It J U liruu. OpUuatle 11 Iiu( C'tiouK, Hotel tr-et 21 biutf 'iug & Co, Suinuu -.tree 21 Vcu Hay, Uuti-1 unset I'l O W Ma.frlu k Co, Uan u .trert M Kuok jrr, B.-retauia street 2t lao Kee, .Vuuauu atieet Ktrtll.-MILI 1 T Aon, Wiluku 3 ALui, liuelo, llauiakualoa 5 J lauia, taiuli, .Uolokai C Tuug CLuni. b.ahului r riu Luu ic Co, Olowala I I Wil Krr, ttalluku 14 Alitiui Atl, Wailuku 1G iiouiu a- iadfrwu UKTtlb-IUWill. 7 Atil, Ualawa. N-.rtU Kohala M C Akiui, Kalupihi, Nortb KoLala JO J f ali-Krnzir, Uouualio, Kau KKTllh-KAUil. U Jiiuf it Urut, Kapaa VICTU A !.!. 1 Umiku, Maul I ui r ook, Uilra, Kau, Hawaii -, Wall Yonui Kw, Kiuk ittwl, douolulu 7 .w A.-bu, Fuualun, km, Hawaii 7 Abu, Waihr, Maul U AU CbotiK, North Kohala, Hawaii I I lu. Ileeia, Koolaupoko, Uabn II U-ury barauau, Wunn, Kauai rl A : t om-bee, Kapaa Kauai il Awaaa, Wailuku, M1 il Kotl, Waiuira, Kauai 2S f ?aui Luuif ar Co, Olowalu, Mau. H Km H!iii?, Hi'1 airt-et, Houolulu Wllublll'K. 3 Ca.tle Cookr, Kin Hrl, Honolulu 3 r A -hafer Co, cur Mtn Laut auJ Kaabuuiauu at 7 T II HobroD, Kabului, Maui 7 flau Spreekrl, K:".hului, Mtui 19 fd Uoalilarijer Co, Mrrcbaut street JO M S lirinbauui Co, gun'ii trrt Ti ii W Jlacfarlaue k. Co, wuiu (trret J.S Uwrr, Cooke, Kort i-treet Ulbl.ltHI). 1 .loaqu.u t.ax. ia, Wailuku, Maui 1'J Jamei U Uraut, Kapaa, Kaul PCDDLING. J6 tCW iuMii.ii , KiugJoui, Honolulu WUOL.E9tL.tC SPIRIT. ti O W Uactarlane A Co, Quesu atreet BUTCIIKH- I Yuuu Un, Wailuku, Maui CtKK PKIHH.ISO. 5 Mini Hip, 1-ale, KooUuloa, Oabu B.I I 7 Krola, Uouolulu . . . ".... jar. - Jaany otlicr article J i x . ! tr in Hawaii iivi.'at.Meain5 ta. t I'l'Ti n-u JU ir 24 W r MoamaB, Wakwao, Maul PIHr: AHM. 2 John Waiauukea. Koua. Oabu ti Junl t4 " i 4. r-t nn the Paulina Cilia ite isci pie w- . ... ,lw. uut Nalliaii Appletoii, Uie American di .rea.rk of'lseps, wl ha just returueil Imui ,iiL u .... .t. i-rvm iiit.il are Ml Wt..:. activity r. -ni, n-itli of the . ( " al'ready bell grubbed and euu be canal has already lee g 'ue A'" UPot ecanul ha, P Ii" fa?rU begun AtCalebra is the hiKl uow fairly Uguu point on the Hue, ... . h7 hrtravatin, ana Milltl, lias e r- UU -.-...w.viiiif some o.uvw.'u ruu". place i-. calleJ the American cam , or sec iio, from the fact that almost all . ua chiuery "a, u.ade iu the United States hioperation, are -wl with great interest, and even jeaiou-y, y - , ami other-, who are fast coming to j recognUe the superiority of American ma- , ohinea aud American inventive talent. t Z:u excavator, built at Albany, N. Y ditrgiug sharply into the mountain side, dumping earth into cars made at Spring- ; I Z J and which are hauled by a locomotive . . ;.. Itoston. From Calebra. several i mile toward the Pacific, and ten miles or . nines v i.,l,nrrs are more toward Hie aih"-i hard at worJ aigginj? thr-ugh thH.the back bone of that part of the A, les. A contract bus recently been tni'le with an merican for d edgith.mion the Pacific end of tne mnal.auJat the Atlai. terminus work ha, al. vly begun. Two ng machines, ea, vith a capacity of about ,oo cubic meters , lay. are employed there .i.,t. ,.r noimmuv has the Tlie Xtnericau Jont act fr .lrv.lBl..g W the At- U, tie end, and it will put at work there hree coloUl machine.-, one of which lllice- . ,t.r Wn ;ij wsv mere, au.i -Xrire building at Philadelphia, Tach co-ting Tlie material that trou 'ht up from the bottom of the canal a t'olou, where tliese sma.iei - work I pure white coral, which, when wet n iU Place, I. cut through as easily as cheese The canal comply I .ow paying cu: ; . c imh) monthly on this Isth- not lar uum ... i mus, and another haU-million dollars is bj ingsntatthe Pans anJ Ne.v ork f t ees for applies and machinery of al kinds That I, the work i. being pdshed thUeia afthe te of a million 4nJ re- I - : I month, aud the company money to go on thi-basU for three yea. snan uiHin come, at which time f - far advanced that it win con ...u. own moineutum. In everynnuB 11 il... ii.nir uta - done, Capt. Appleton say, t . e pub - mind aud the controlling Issep are seen. It is said the now popular word dude is derived from the word 'Mudeen," which was eeuerally applied by Irish writers to a fashionabU style of pipe, whose though carefully f, eroagh to contain a 44 decent smoKe. Pendulum Observations. TllP Oliver V Itl'.liS WrtS ClilUI. TlledaV Tli ' Lit 111 J ll- bHllicUt of lb-- A. l. nMnig by llr. K. D. l'i.t,.n ( the C.i t Survey .10 1 Li- ut. S. J. lii.nru of th S. S:tvy. Thf- I"i ti ll .,!.j.-cts of thse eJli:i)ntt t-i .i.i.r.,.1,,.. th.. .li ,i.e of the earth; to Jo thir to I is tiec-a..i.y t .li-teriuiue the fore of gravity, anJ tin :utu..J is the uio-,t ftccurute known. I Iu a giv.-u time. s.;y an hour, a pendulum will ; m.ik-e u uuu-t ..f oscillations jependut upon ! .1. .v. f.,r i ..nvuv i.t the MlJL'.-v Wlirre It IS swung. Thi. Io. -e vuiies with :i ch mb' of po sition on the e.u t J, lir-t. b-Jiase thr ii.tjnce from the center the e-ntu v ui-.; s .J, be cause the centrifugal loice near the e ; lat i' di- ni'iui-.hethe attraction ot the earth iore than it does a-i you approach the pole, where the motion is ls rapiJ- The centrifugal force is knowu ut auy place, aud the relative force of gravity at different places may Le fouuJ by coui r..irin th number of oscillations of the same lulum in a given length of time ut thoe From the relative force of gravity at tLTfplace may be airectiy ooiaiue.i mm - I. . . .1. lA - .l 1. ..i . spective distances from the center of the earth, of course iu a method requiring great accuracy ; eorrectious have to be made for auy slight varia tion iu the conditions nuder which ihe observa tions are taken, for instance the temperature is frequently observed by tiuely-coutructed ther mometers and the barometer is uls frequently obseived for variations of temperature iiu I deiiMlv. The pendulum is a hollow cjliua.r oi brass ubout four feel louy, one t-ud of which is loaded with lead ; it swings on one ol two steel knife ed-'e. which ate symmetrically placed near each end; the knife edije rests, on n polished near eucu emi; tne Kuue euije uu - , . etlVct Ju v 1st, operators are not inclined to pur steel l.lute so that there is very little fiwaoli euei iui , i r The pendulum is stated 8wiubiu- by the hand iu 1 , i :, thiou-h uu arc of about two decrees, .indiUown " 1 . , , momentum keeps ,t swinging when the heavy end.sd.wnfor .ilmost riv h mrs. while with the heavy end up it swings on.y on, third as 1 Jy reverlintf the pendulum the resist- j J ,, . - , , . ,' ; i ance to the a r is practically eliminated: haviug " i . once started the pendulum it is necessary to find oute sta.tea mc ! e o ' , : i ,.t ft .... i ii .f tii- .i 1 of its swuiLf ana ,ur w. .. . .- p-j . - . the number of oscillations made iintmg mat time. This time is" actually detei mined by ob servations of stAis m.ide with a portable transit instrument. They are enabled to measure the time with tfieat accuracy by means of chr.mo graph whi. li consists essentially of n revolviug cylinder, driven and regulated by appropriate machinery on the cyliuder is secured a sheet of paper, a little carriage bearing a pen makes a con tinuous spiral Hue on this sheet from one end to the other of the cylinder. This pen is held by a lever which every second is slightly moved by an ordinary filectro-maguet, thus recording on the paper every eeoud except the sixtieth, which is omitted to indicate the beginning of a minute. By means of au ordinary telegraph key the circuit may be broken at will by the observer thus recording auy time which he may vish lor instance the transit of a star across the threads of the transit instrument or the begin ning of the pendulum sw iug; by means of a scale, the time may be measured from this record to tha buudretlth part of a second. Iustructious were sent from Washington to the present observiuj party to visit Lah.iiua be cause previous observation bad beeu taken there iu lSl'J by the French under Mr. Frey ciuet, Luhaina then being the principal towu on these islands. Messrs. Preston aud Brown suc ceeded through the assistance of Mr. Bishop, in finding the exact location of the j.revious sta tion The observatious iu Honolulu will eud ou Friday night, aud we believe successfully ou ac count of the uniform temperature that is found here. Mt esrs. Preston and Hiow u speak of the uni form kindness that was t-bowu to them ou these islauds, especially by II. s Excellency Gov ernor Domims and Professor Alexander, aud we beg to express to both, Mr. Preston and Mr. Brown, our appreciation of tu-ir courtesy in explaining ull mutters concerned with their re searches. O.emings from the Foreign Press. The British Government has, during the last ten years, riised ju-t about uu; hundred million dollars of reveuue aiinu iliy by duties on impoits. Iu the first three mouths of this year more thau l,(;0(l horses were cut upas beef in Berlin. Uut no Berliner was permitted to buy u pound j of Ameiicau poik. Durini' a popular fete au.l fireworks in a vil- .u.iy oOtu, a dyua- iir persons aud I wonu.lius twenty. X The British House of Commons has defeated cjmp.iuy to eUter the ( seclusion of Epping Forest - by a line ,i,ht I through it-by 120 votes. t .,tAJvicM are roce4Vej froul (li(lt a French detachment landed .! cried several of the military pos, erected K , Huvac on Tuklaha territory m dehance of ... lllOVUC .'11 1UHUU.I iriiuu. i iu " u - - - Jh Jli riyhtrf. it is also statea inai auiuhu. J ' so'S occupied the custom house at Majuu- r' w i-itmi.' a road uud wuter vvuv to Tamativ, Pierre herAhe island. iuUI1" iidment of Majuuga, Mudagaacar, td.!. " 7 ' lasted six hours, when the The bom- ' , ,.i 'ilr landed uud occupied the place, bv the Frelic- 'i 'jt lass. French troops Hovac sutlercd i:. I.ua.g of the trench London. May -4?" tbe Malagassy Em iu Madagascar has su.. J Jlf t uM ..( . -..t.The members of the Ijassv, Hie mi. . :.' . ... .1. .litl. ,i.o assi :t in the de- the I'l'encu 10 , ;n l,fU home it SA tw'.v Pur , ,...... ... their country. MaujjiiifiSasear and are cfcaw.1, nr.- on their way to Ma sd ijiscar will m.w in- ill v dae. The Queen of -rleiicaus and issue a loan. It is bopeJ that the Al C-Jev. r.....i;.i. will assist with arms and imfcMcss of '.Visons sitting miietly in various nia-ston- ttlUllSCllirui " i I iifi.l.iu luirn ii. " - 111. i ished at sceiliii a vouilil geutieiuau suunav th. in -n-Vi-y ilUiuiiu it-J in a iny-trriou ner V moment s inspecuou re.ru.r. ... b.a'ton.liole :i tiny iuoauaceat lamp, which i saiipheJ with electricity hy an aiimnlnMr car. i.i bin breast pocket. S. lanaues? doctor announces th..t be ha f due. J m.ichine for ri .VAUu UV without steam or any oth?r a-ency no.v familiar to St The wheat crop iu Victoria will less by half a miHiou lmheU than it was last year. Th- new Treasurer of Victoria is experiencing ineit'difiWtv iu gating his department into workiiis order after the muddle his predecessor left it i.i Ota of the la.t S-jri.OOO.GO.) borrow J for puldi w..rks only S2.Q"".KJ will ne a, an., Lie all lhe rest bein- frittered away from the ubiei t of the loan. The bondholders will uot like to hear this. The shutters were expecting au enormous shearing, the weather baring been so f-ivorable for the growth of wool. - o ita Tvphoid fever is alarmingly prevalent in oju. nev" the citizens calling upon the Government - 1117 to uomiuate a Comissiou to repo" "f"" - itary couditiou of the city. The uiau who is in the wroug uses hard word anJ soft arguments, while the mau who is iu the right uses soft words aud hard arguments. If you have any faith give me for , -Mke a share of it! Your doubts ueau, may keep to yoursaif, for I have plenty . IZ" own, lien l- " ' ! Oar Exchanges. 3i)&frti5fntfnt5. iaarcnif rnruw. .uuiuiuaw. " S , A BHVil-. ON THE tl-. ; He conn -, on the car it!i a stumpy cigar. I He speaks with a cuiiuus drawl ; i hho cl.ise to him clina.. decked with diatu nd aud r 1115s. ... . . . a- 1 t with a puppy U.g wrappra in a suasi. I ht ar her reiat. as she dops on the seat And playfully toys with his t.e. .' O dear little potr Doi-. I ljve oo? Oo bell Then -Uk kies its dirty pug nose. The passengers riu as it licks her fair chin ; Her lover its wistfully by, Aud wishes his face iu the puppy dog' place. As he heaves a Jicouswlate sigh. i He throws uu the sa.-h. uud quick as a flash The pappy dog lifts its red nose It springs to its feet, then it leap from the .at. AnJ away through the window it goe. A scream of affright. A disconsolate Bight, A beautiful woman in woe ; Who nions with regret, for her puppy dog ytt That i left iu the river below. Two lover that glide o'er the rail side by iJ, The tears are all dry on her face ; His stumpy cigar he has thrown from the car He has taken the puppy dog's place. Chicago Inter-Ocan. Sugir- I Imports from the Sandwich Islands, says the ! S. F. News Letter, continue free and liberal, j The P. M. S. S. City of New York, from Uono ! lulu, brou-ht 8,"67 bags; the Anna 6,197 bags from Kuhului, aud the Jane A. Fulkiuburt; 3,616 b.i:js. The demand is good, and the consumption always large iu this, the fruit season; aud yet, iu view of some alterations .in the tariff, to take " ----- - ------- are iiowdin" their su?ars to market as fast as "r iioui& l"' ' oosnble "uiu. the U. S. Cou.miKsiouers are pos-uue. a0 so..., to b, here, to look afte, the allege.Mrauds iu thi imports ,rf sugar from Hawan s.uce the R-ipocty Treaty became operative. One would thiuk that auv reasonable muu could see, by tuiua. iu 4 . ' , .Mil.l d,l frini tinif to time on -- the subject, that uo frauds or irregularities had j " - ever been practiced by the Islauders, The pres- ent pi ice of island raws is6J(9c. The Artful Tketoilkb. Au eminent brewer'' lately met one of his employes in whose button-hole was a blue ribbon, the mark of th temperance man. The brewer, who knew that the new recruit to the blue ribbon army had not been noted for his absteutiou from liuuor. asked him what the ornament signified, and whether ho did not thiuk that the wearing of the decoration was a little inconsistent with the fact of his earning his livelihood iu a brew er's employ. " Well, siri the fact is, I'm ; fond of a glass of beer as anybody, aud that's why I w ear it. You see, sir, they likes to tempt me, and then I succumbs ? ' Tlie best Government Ls not that' which renders the greatest number happy. Postal Money Orders. KlUMiUUXTS II.VIXU BBKX ;M I'lUli.li for tUe isi.iU4 "f domesiic POSlAL NiONKV iiltlifctts tv the P.i-t orhce llepartuietit, notire is given that from auJ alter HAY lt, money orders ill t issued at. ami can be drawn on, either ot the followiUB uaaied pot oHices : Honolulu hu I.ahaiua Maui Wailuku : . Kuhului , Hilo.: lawaii Kohala. Waioliiuu Honokaa Waimea , K.iil.il.-pnkll l . .. I.ihue '. Kausi Koloa. ,, . . r.i. i.n., vf.Y...i. n-..l.-. Pf.ct ninct an order will be issued, on application, lor any sum not ex ediitf tifty dollarn. 'lhe followiuK are the fees established, which are payable by the ariiilicaut at the tim? th" order is issued : I for auy sum uot excveJins? Fife Dollars 5 cents. Over live dollars, aud uot exceeding $1010 cents. Over ten dollars, aud uot exceeding V I i ceuts. Over twenty-five dollars ditto ditto, I0 -2i cents. Over forty dollars.uot exi-eedinn jr.0 1't cents. - ; in i. ,,.1 ..- .r. ibii fifte dollars. . 1 1 oruer win . .t. - . .v. - - W hen a laraer sum is wauted it must be procured in two or more orders. Au order cauuot be issued on auy pjst office except one ol the auove-namea money orue, uun, iui.. -has been given that it has been made a uiouey order otnue. 1 in.o.l.l.nin uruwiitutiiit. OIilv at thtU jlti''e drawu ou, aud the persou to whom it is paid must re ceipt for the amount. blauk applications are kept at each uiouey-order offlrs. . . . . . 1 .. . . . - a j ,.rAili rl tvi. u r: ' 1 AL rue luuu.i j iiiuiit j -ui j. . " . - . . . -. j hours ol the day, will be desiguated by earh Fostaiaster, . ... i in i... i . When money or.iei iiii iv ionr-i. No mouey-ord.T husiaess tiausa.-ted ou tuu lay. i. i.i. . ,.,... full ),Mil ill lh.- iituuev order system cau be ha I ou application to any ol lhe post otiices. T.iv: .1 . I J .. ' I II it 1-' ilS niiit.,t ill. issued Ulli i 1 niouty order trenti-s h.ive been made withsit.-li ccuutries ruiii.ij., ........-... - - as it may be desirable to exteu.l tlio system to. U. M. W JITNEY, 1 ilouolulu, April, lss j. ao-Vlm RATES Ulr POSTAGE. Domestic Postage Rates: li.iMi-sTii- I.kttf.rs. to anv uart of the Kingdom, 2 ceuts. if less than Si o., and 2 cents for each additional Si oz. Xfwspapf.ks print.-diii the Kingdom, and mailed ... .., f 1 M,a frmil ortlces of tmblication. ale frrr III r-ifcaaJvaa a-r- " ' - - I " in the inter-island mails. Rolls of papers seut to airents. and not to bona tide subscribers, cannot claim the bcuelit of the free postage law. ii.,L-.nrj vn Pahckls. con tauiiii:.' books or i ..,,i.i.aii.'l i-n .if anv kind, uuv lettcl iiiuiiai.ii- .... .v - ... . i ,.r ivircr.l tlmf mav. lie mailed, mav lie I1CM'" 1 i - . - . - registered, on payment of a fee of 10 cents ut ad dition to the ordinary postage. lio.iKS, ( printed or uiauai, raius, cu.lCHUt.1. watches, jewelry, roots, bulbs, cuttings, samples of diy.su;ar of ri(?e, -i.hotogvaphs, medicines, except liquids, articles of clothing, samples of merchan dise of auy kind, and ull articles not included in tlass 1 or 2 of the law of 178 when weighing not more thaiioj-oMf.s or Ci ounces. one cent au o.uuee or fraction thereof. All articles likely to damage the mails are strictly prohibited. NKWsrwFF.RS, pamphlets, almanacs, cal'-ndars, hand-bills, magazines, maps, occasinual and other publications (not bound), 1 ceut for each 4 ounces or fraction thereof. Circulars, iu unsealed enve lopes, 1 cent each. Patu'Ki.H of merchandise of any kind will be re ceived and forwatded in the intcr-islaud mails at the rate of one cent tut ranter. This regulation does nut include the foreign mail service. All inter-island parcels can be registered. r1 i "5 -. Books & Printed Matter. Samples. ! HE-TlN.tTIOS.. M-l" Ol AUirifj I" "ltootuinlon of Cuu-: 1 -id Mexico ;5 c ."l"?orta iu (Trnia S t . . r . ; p.!2.J10c. 2c!2oZ 2 c. 2oz Sc. ha vir.tt j . f ; , 1M.. , 2c. 2 0z. 2 c. iuz. 2 c rrurK'; 10c. ; 2 c. ioz 2 c. jPoatjBion.. f resi-trrtd mtter i. wanted. .Where a return rec. maJ! tha registration (ee 13 Scents eitra is charac ; , f With a mmimuw chaViuples. printed uiaiter. aud 2 cent- m in tha Union. P.-stis ta Coaatries ac-nts for e-oh v4 ,.2 j To theAitraliauColonie-.. ts for euc h v. To New Zealana . A jur J T. Tasmania (HobartTownl It , or each .z i siomna 12 Ci-. rorr each S oz ?. rlli 12 nt r e-ch W oz ToSiain. viaSan Francisco 16 cent ' ; rh oa 4. L. ,i,ninmtw 19 cents .a0h . 02 To Cape f Oood Hope 21 cents . . eU 02 To Madagascar 29 n oz To St. Helena 33 cents 10. Newspapf-KS. etc. The postage on n totrlianColo,iir.NZeaUrriJ, "nted matter rf-"Pfr -ch four con. fraction 01 t; r uu- chlrged wS can be learned by inquiry at tb office in Honolulu. t . th .... .rin-s- .. .... ! ! . ir iilnostases to an tuuu".' - . pSuuWmt be Vid in Hawaiian stamp. "SrM tm II- M. WHITNEY. P. M. O : " I afull OHGE MORE TO TiFkii'! ! ! AND ' ' I CniilPLETB ASSuflTmErtiT whitman Wright iuccefcuor to M. J. KoeJ THE DAILY PACIFIC Or GROCERIES lSS. ' ALL KINDS. Vfy ' l LUlilluluL hMMUM ,UVMt f if i a i: TEAM PaiiTII K VISITING CARDS, WEDDING & BALL CARDS SOCIAL INVITATIONS OF . I.I. KIN US. ALSO MOURNING CARDS I EXECUTED IN GREAT VARIETIES ; ofs Mew Styles. IIUlG OKUKUED ll RKCEIVIXC VERY CUMlt'K JOUTMEVT l BRUGES' ASSORTED TYPES, A NO COMBINATION BOHDEES, omt of the iel?n are Most Tatffol and LoTfly P'ttur'i fVE AR. PKEPAKED TO C0MFEIE WITH ANY ijSilCE IN. THE KINGDOM. KENG- LUN CHUNG & CO. IMFORTER? OK Chinese Fancy Goods. All kinds of Silk. ChinrspjClothi-ig, Matting, kc. No. 78 Nuuanu Street. mchl2 dCico JOHN HARVEY & CO., C1M .MISSION .MERCHANTS and WOOL J bROKEKS, ilHiuillon, Canada. BWerence Bank of Montreal. .17 Si Cash advances on Cr.nsigoccmt WANTED Xiiio Grirl.. Must come well recommended. Apply ta " MR3. C. O. BERGER. iui.12 dtf. W i l VIM f I I IBI . - J m i rW al LEATHER OF ALL KINDS The highest price in CASH paid for Hides, Skin and Tallow BY M. W. McCHESNEY & SON. 4i Queen Mrret. nii-hat. TEBRIBLE COMMOTION IX THE CORDAGE MARKET We will not be Undersold! Trices Greatly lttdiued! W Lf X- A II I. 1 ir niu-i' a v- a.- a - T Article of Mai;. la Cordage at piirw niucb below . -. j . . . f ... i . .. .. l . (. W f aw -aaar a V 1)I A DITIk Til Ik 17 1 T TUT MVviT S THK LOWEST, i.l perhapa a LITTLE LOW Kit! Which can be fouiid out by calling uti DOLLES & CO. Honolulu, My l,ixa:l Manilia Cigars, Ex Steamer Coptic." An invoice oi very iiipi-iior Quality. Call aul for youraelvcs. Bolles i Co. uivl (13ui. Oceanic Steamship Com'y. Notice to Shippers. mHE NEW -WABEHOfSES OF 1HK O. S. f. CO. I - 1 . .. .1 .T-r. 1. -...I.. u i.,tbi..4bl f.r 1i.i. I are HOW ruuiicicu. mnkinuui.6 f ment by vessels of the above line will be received frea of storage, and receipts issued for same. Insurance in merchandise while in the Warehouse at ownera risK. Win. C. Irwin & Co., juu2 3 ui. Ac.e.nts O. f. 9. Co. CO jSI MOTI OUST IN THE enpp ivi ARK PT f "Y" m fcj J And we sell au Low tli o Iiowost. And don't anybody foiget it. We KtU Xew Bedford Kipe, A 11J every retuiltr ktow s how it will.lic.ld cut Iu .Net Height. We also have the mofct varied osioitiii(.-nt of Skip ChtuJier)' Kept by anylhuse this fide of il.p Kocty Mouiitaina . U. 11 mm .11 wf.rn Hemp ad flanlU 1 ord Mte,, Artesian Well-boring Rope, Wire Rope, Shal Hope, .Manila llwsns, Cotton and Hemp Dark Ail cumber. GalvanUed Murine Hardware, .1 ..II. I aims muu tiiiM, Copper Paint. Pnre Copper Slieatlnp, 14l-20z. Yellow Metal, 14 to 28 oi. Coppering .alls, Whale Boats, Boat Stoik, UaUaolzed Boat nails all Sizes And OXE TIIOl"SAM nl ONE other artlclra too numerous to mention. All of whl b we will aell at LOWEST RATES. AlfK) Agtnt f.r Ferry Davi.Paln Killer- Brand and Fierce 'a Bum. (ian and bnurri. kc rnay2d3m A. W. PIERCE & CO. CIRCULAR. To Shipping Merchant, Maxterof Vtxxels, Mariners, Planter and the Public gen erally : Tlia nudeixigueJ, Huecesor to M. DavU, the original and only uiaunfactiirei i4 of Oil Cl.tLing iu this Kingdom, beg to inform j'ou that we have on hand and are manufacturing a COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of OIL CLOTHING, a.TT-aio prej pared to fill all orders for Good in that line promptly. These goods are manufactured nud-r M. Davi' PATENT PROCESS," and are made from the BEST MATERIAL and in the MOST WORKM AN LIKE MANNER. They are warranted NOT TO STICK when packed or folded, and ARE NOT COMBUSTIBLE. The high reputation these goods have acquired, through the skill aud long experience of Mr. M. Davis, will be maintained by us, and we shall en deavor to give our customers FULL VALUE FOR THEIR MONEY. Asking for ourselves a continuance of the liberal patronage bestowed on our predecessor, We remain, very respectfully, yours. M. W. McCHESNEY, Jt SON. 42 Queen Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian I.l'itid.-. Mar31 d tf JOHN FOWLER & CO. Lreda, Eoxlaud, A H V PRKPI I1P.11 TO FURNISH PLA.VS J. and Estmates for Steel Portahle Tramway. Willi or without cars or locomotive, apecially adapted for Guitar ' Plantation. Permanent Railway., with locomotives an4 cars, ' m : u : 1 Dm.. I I r.mti. : Qia.m Dlniiahinff 1 and Caltivating Machinery, Portable fleam Engines for all t r..: ( .t.. a IU vUiXlv&illJg MmVCUlUKTj runtuic ruu biiiucv iwi V?'"0" luS'X: m hrt...... purW9im. -viuauig pukiuc. uu .wvnut.. .k.BhAv.Pl.'nf A-trt fahinMtf mav he aeen at the offices of tbe undersigned. W. L. GREEN and O. W. MACFAKLANE if CO,, ang20tf Agents fcr John fowler Co. Carriage Manufacturers, WHEELWRIGHTS AND General Blacksmiths, Nos. 75, 77, 79 and 81 Kiui? St., HON O t r X3 U. TJ,. .1it. 'firm. Lavmi! purrhaW from tl.a aacalwr the Stock aud l.ooJ-Ul ol tha UTll-kuoarn Buatua of tb lata M. J . Iioar, c"""""! Carriage Sliop, Wheelwright Shop, 131ack.sm.th Shop, Paint Shop uutl Trimming Shop, Ara naw prepared to rfciva ordrra for wot k or tuatarial Family Carriages, Phaetons, Baggies, Expresses, Onjnibu969, Breaks, - Trucks, Milk Wiigons, v . Plantation Wagons, Mule CarUs, Ox Carta, Hand Cartu, Ac, &c, &c, &c, &c, Ac, Ac., Made to order. Iu the moat workmaulike wauuer, ataoori . . : Ik. aM.tu ffM 1 ll a tjaflklal - m Blacksmithing in all its Barnches, WilKIHI-K Carriage Work, House Work, Ship Work, Artesian Well Work, Or Machinery Forging. Horse Shoeing a Specialty. We employ none but the uioxt altllirul Mli haaki, aud our Maler In I ta ' 1 . Orders li'oiu the other Inlanda reapectlully aiilli'itrd. AU work and material guaraub-ed. rivaae ifive u a call before i,uri'haxlua or coulractiug elaewhew. All Order directed to Uux SU. Attention Civen to Repair Work. WHITMAN & WRIGHT. apr7 wtl. NEW DRUG STORE. PALMER & THATCHER .PHARMACISTS. ANXi DEALEKS l. Drags, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods. No. 113, Fort Stect. I'arlicular atteutiun jiaurM Physicians' Prescript IS. 1 Our store is kept open evening and a competent Pharmacist is iu ii tendance during portions of Sunda' so that persons needitiL' Medicines o - C3 that day can be accommodated. We carry the largest assortxneut of TOILET AUTICLKS in the King, dom. Our prices are 5 per cent lower thau any other store in towu. Our delicious ARCTIC WATER is unequuled. SODA We have a full line of SPECTA- I 'I fj'kj i nvt.i .-ir .r, ,!-.,. I - -uj-o nuu ii. i rj Jtivoar. A largo stock of PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICALS Orders 'from tta country will re- i " Hi j ceive careiiil attest on, and goods be f ! otii rinA1 iittf liMit rf All our FRESH. Gootb are NEW and Wc manufacturo . SODA WTEi' SARSAl'ARILLA and GmOTfU ALE, and have the "AjeiTcy'for i GENUINE EASTERN CIDER. f We deliver our Goods to anv nar of the City, and ship to the other Islands. Our Telephone Number is No. Soliciting the Public Patronage, w , : are Very Respectfully; " " -J ..-v.tu.ljr)l , PalmerTh--;?e' r T'mmJ l: 9 i ( t A V I mm if , '1