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The Hawaiian gazette. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, August 11, 1880, Image 2

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Xr. Kaesra has tilt day been appelated aa Agrat to
take Acksewlecgrmeau to Cestrecta for Labct for
JfHhaa.
SAiTLG CTLDER.iUaIstrrer the Interior.
Interior OSce, Anput T. XSBDi US Si
.AreserstkaTtcg been made to tilt Department by
3(aJerJaae Her Britannic Majesty's
CessaltaWr; and Costs! General, that he has
ala Walker. Esquire. Artlrr, British
Vice Ceesi) dmrirr the tc:jorrT absence cf Xt. Vice
CoulDirin; Notice Is hereby gleea that the tald
Tfcvaas Bala Walker has beea recacalsed ai Acting
British Tin Costal af eresaid. asd all persons are re
paired to take cotice of thif fact asd respect his author
ity aeccedittiy.
JOHX X. KAFEXA. XInlster ef Foreign Aairs.
rxrCFurcigaAislrs, noacJara.Aeg.l.lKa. KS J5
Secice U hereby siren that at the request of Fr.
Esquire. Xt. John IL Puty, of thii city, will art
dariz hit ijmtt at Consul for the Netherlands and
BeifiEZL, aad aH persons are repaired to take notice of
tils lac: asd respect hit authority la that behalf.
JOHX X. XAPEKA.
Xlnlstrr of Fcrrlga ASalrs.
Department ef Foreign A&lrt,
Esaeiale. Jury 30. 1SNJ. 511 tt
Xx. iera H. Baowx hat been appelated latpectorof
weights aad Xrusm foe the Itlaad of Oahu. Tice E. B.
FrieLrrsIxEed.
JXO. a DOMIXIS, Goicrsor of Oaha.
Hoootela.Jcrr2ith.iSeU
The Gonramest Posad for cf trays for HUo town aad
ririalty. ha thlt day been changed from Walakra to
the laad of PocahawaL to the maaka aide of Jail
StTTrt.sear the lIBo Prisoa.
LIKELIKE, Goreraett of Hawaii.
OaceCoeeraeet of Hawaii. HUo. Jelr 30. 1SU.
Xnamit Stat G. Wilder. Xlaltter of Iateror. 811
xotice.
jBtUici H. Baoww hat thlt day beea appointed,
of the 'pound for ettrayt for the town of HUo
aas stcsaky. la the district of HUo, Itlaad of Hawaii,
la fixe f Thomas WiiwtloJe. resigned.
UKSUKE. Gcrrreess of Hawaii
Oace Gcreraess of Hawaii, Hilo, July , 1830. SI
XOTICE.
I accordaare with Section ST9 of the Ciril Code, J.
W. Kraomaknai hat beea appelate! to Inspect aad try
all beams, weights asd measures for the Itlaad of
Ha watt. LIKELIKX. Gcrrrnrss of Hawaii.
CSee eerrratit of Hawaii. HUo. Jarr2S.158a. 811
3U.JaxsEscsaaaK hat beea appelated Tax
Joe the district of North Kshtis. rice George
Eamfejrf. SI310X K. KAAJ,
De;s?taeBto Finance. Minister f Finance.
Husatefc.Jatr:.!Sl. ill
The penoat hare beea ecanltjloaedai
Tax Atseteert for the Taxatloa DittricU of the
ire thr year I 0:
OAHC.
Heaakla .C H. Jadd.
Ewa'i traiaaae Fraak Browa.
KaaulopMl.
roJLtfku W.C.LaaZ
Kwlatpeae... H. E. rhltaer.
JtAITI.
Lahalaa F. H. Harteldea.
fkt L-Ahe;
Xiia.i.
Haaa . ...J. K. Haaaaa.
3(elkal A Lasal. S. EahoohaUhaU.
HAWAII.
5 - -- 1- Sereraace.
Pa . iwal Akaa.
Kaa- E. C. bearie.
Saoeh Beim. .J. Sahbts.
North Etaa .J.G.HaariH.
SaahXoaala -S. H. Viv-Vi
Neeth Sasala .Jaaet Elehardtoc
Htrttri Fraacit Spcacer.
KACAI.
EioaM i.PalkilahL
S1
r S.K.Kaa?aa.
Haaalal .s. Kate.
Kawa&ax JehaKaklaa.
lafear .. Kasoa.
SISIOX K. KAAL JOaltter of Fiaaace.
Deparaaeat of Fiaaace. Jaly 1. lSSO. Mla
DECLARATION.
The sadertaed Pieaipoteatlariet, aejotiitori of
the lBret&2 Trrary of Frieadihlp, Cccaerce aad
asd Cvat alar Careatioa between tie Genaaa
Eatfire aad the Hawatlaa Klrrdon. hare cet
aad a -reed, wfea the ceaeat of their retpectfre
as the expiaaatery note rejaidirj
Me dlapeltieat of said treary.
Ftarr. The Third SectWs of Article II of taid Treaty,
la reyard eurriaet, ccccicded by dttrrat of the en e
cocsiryln theocher la the ferat taaetioaed by the
lw of the laner than be contldcred aad hcM trial aad
TaKa&rwiacia the fecaer eocnQy ; proetded that,
la resard I the material condkioca of mairfnooy. ao
ditpwlaWn, appHcabie to taeh cate acrordiaz to the
law tf the aadr eoatry. It riolaled cr coctraTeced by I
t xeh aarna. j
xae ciaate or Article HI la rejard to the
?T"
reeipneal exrapttoa of coat alar oCcert. act j
cMiens sf the ceoatry where they are accredited. '
'frsaaS direct or persenal er sumptuary taxes, dalles
cr eaatribetloaa is aot iateaded la any case to
Tsrata. ThecJaascfathesame Article HI "If however
Sfee saK Cacsalar ofieers are. or become owners of
real estate Is the country where thev reside, cr engage
lanestaerce " Is Iateaded aad shall be crastraed to
meaajakeeagagiagef aay censalar ecer ia aav
e pursuit fer profit txtraaeoas to his coasalar
taaeafcn.
Done at BerBs, Fehnary Sth, 15S0.
HENEY A. F. CAETIB,
JOHANNES ROSING
H. V. KTSSEROW.
AND. WHERE IS. The said Treaty has beea bow
lrr,le4rH1XiSl.ttKl2S. aad His
of the Geraaa Empire, aad ratilearicn exchanged.
o ,ji treaty aas rrecome a part of the law
I ths aaJd Hapten, aad all tae prorlatocs thereof art
tg bewbserved.
4 JOHN MAKINI KAFENA.
, Xixuttr trFerrun Jf&m.
Feaxis Or run, Heuofala. Jaae :3d, 1SS0. 806
Iicezses Zxpiris? in August 1880.
Nenex Is hereby girea that all Licenses mast be
direct to the Interior Ofiee. aad all parties are
caiwonrf about faittag to reciw expiring Licenses, an d
aatSXeriSs and Deputy SieriSs have tastnetions to pro-
without discretion aay aad all parties dowx
business without the proper fieease.
SAMT.G ILbER.Mlai,terftheIaterior.
, ,
laterier Oriee, April W. IK3
eshu BETAIL.
I At Soca. Wafkase. Eoolaapckc
JAa Few A Ce.Nnuaa street. Hcnolala
s5a Jtla. KamoiHiM. Kona
4 Chat Long, Xerchaat street, -
WH Flacr. VsTintYra street. -
Wong Wo A Co, Naaaaa street. -a
Mcms Mahelcaa. Walaaae
? Iaahra. Naaaaa street. .
I Oionr Hock. Toeg, Naaaaa street,
II Tit Maa Wo. Naaaaa steel,
ISCfaTesvPaaoa.
K HlascLWuees street. -
IS LxaFea.EaauiiUK.Kcaa
t WE Fester. Ft street. . -
IS Kwaeg Lot Kee A Co, Hotel street, -
O H Marsh, KapeJaaa.
31 Ah Hiaa. Naaaaa Valley. Kawaaaaahxa,
SS A W Pierce A C, Qacea street, -
S3 lfca, Naaaaa street.
S Kwietg Yla 51 Co, Naaaaa street.
31 S Fcrt street. -
Jlsusl.
t
x Qcocs Focg.
SS Xn Hoaocaia. Haaa
Hawaii.
I Tee Choag. Paeo, Hilo
X Akin A Aea, Kaioptai, N Kehala
tAzi.raaalaB.Eaa
4 J C Ahyouag Apes, Ksaha. X Eohala
i Ho Sam. Sasaaa, -
II Apo,EBo
IS AniTii, Eakamaele. Hir:a-n
15 Xokeaa .fc Aa Sam. Naalehs,
NDart. Hcnotn. Haauhaa
S Atna. Paweia. Haaaaaa
SS SeHTooxr. Psaahoa, HUo L
S3iAwaaa,Waimei '
,St AN Aloe. Honoiaa. & Eoca
SS WHReeiHiio
J Wfchi.N Koha!
SO Goo Elm A Co, Honopeeo. N Eshala
Kasai.
SS A P Easaipelesaae. Waiaiea
WHOLESALE.
SS A WPdrce ACcQleen
AGENT.
SS Jacob Lyons
EETAn. spiRrr.
St Jas S Cotnaierdal Saloon
1SS E Bradley, cor Fort aad Elng stmts
' f. JOBBING SPIRIT.
I IfarfirUaeA Co. Kaahaauna street
3 Qui Lone Merchant street
TICTTALING.
t Mcieaa & Aa Saa. Naaleha. Eaa. Hawaii
4 Went Wa A Co. Naaaaa scrrrt, Honolulu.
T AtrrT. Waiiaxix
U AkaJ.Ha!awa.NXohaU.
IS Apoi, Ealo.
3 Leon Dejeaa. Hotel street, Hosolala
BCTCHEK.
4 X PeTty. FUh Maiktt, Hooolala.
ICtfC Jones. Waiohiaa, Eaa
IS rloloa. rTiital
IS Pimanral, WaOtee, Maal
VtWBtiKSKaluU
Zase riymda, Walhee. Maai
PEDDLTNG.
- MtrWeaaer
STALLION.
SS VS. rTitnVff, Oaha
BOAT.
IV T Sf,.',tn r.flnsfTTH
irsffrr PUJDLLNG,
s fl X-.TT. -..!..
VI Ah rTfpa, iTnolinlfai.Oaha
The peEc Iwe been thasalBilfi
aithe rissaoal mabeSeam of er special artist,
- yiitnV: tntetctk'ri!rriiero.. IBaeDtsse
cfesra sassrwaBiiisisiit' CWJfcsr.Trura
Sao &ac tfcc Mat'
bskLi Utmti
i ii " '"" sz f""!rtr
,4 . - . r
s .
fparoiriiait (&nz$fy
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST ll, ISSO.
Tbz Ten Million lean Bill wna delnUd
lait Friday by a Tote of 3 to 20. Mr. A. S. Qcs;.
hom'a apeoeh on this Bill, his only extended speech
for the session, m belieTC, is worth reading, for it
is fell of manly independence asd of sound
"Scotch sense."" If anything can ward oil the
dangers icnicn recently naTe seemed to impend
orer the Freeent rejnme, whether they be In tie
shape of a. " Kbedire" or "Turkish"
lion, or of something else, it is bT following the
sensible Tiews which are expressed by Mr. Cleg-born.
Tbxxx has been more solid thinking done by this
community during the last fortnight than in the
preTions fifteen yean, upon matters of pcblio concern.
It is 1 o be hoped and expected that a better
feeling will soon prevail, and that wiser counsels
will goTcm in national affairs. There is certainly
a healthful effect in what has occurred, in so far
as it shows the necessity as well as the benefit of
expressing an earnest interest in the common weal.
Nothing is more needed in the country than the
sense of individual responsibility and duty in regard
to public matters which has recently been
shown.
On Thursday last Mr. Aholo brought in a resolution
that $30,000 be appropriated to pay certain
promissory ,notes of the King, and that one-fourth
of the Crown Lands' income be appropriated to repay
the same with interest at not orer fire per
cent. This is enough to make one suspect that the
members who faror this and like measures hare
a deliberate intention to do that which is detrimental
to the King's interest. It is bad enough
that the formation and existence of such debts are
known unofficially, without parading the matter
before the world. The Attorney General's assertion
that the CrownLands could not be mortgaged
as security for such payments will have no weight
with those who listen to the voice of Mr. Gibson,
although he declares that he ha3 always used it
"with an honest endeavor to better this people."
It is to be regretted that the new tax law cannot
go into operation until next year. But it is not
too late for the government to adopt rules for
Assessors, Collectors and Tax Appeal Boards, by
which many of the good features in the new law
may be secured this year. For instance, the Appeal
Boards should be composed of men having
no interest to keep up assessments. Assessors and
Collectors from other districts should never sit on
such Boards. There should be publicity of assessments,
so that all may see that fairness and
uniformity are the rule. The valuation for taxes
should be the amount of cash which bv a sale at
auction the property would reasonablv be expected
to bring. Full value, or " full cash value"
menu no more than "value;" and an auction
sale, not a sale on credit, is the proper test.
Oca narrow escape from the $10,000,000 Job '
should give the warmest satisfaction to all who
'
are true well-wishers towards the Hawaiian king-
dom. The majority which saved us is a small one
when only ceitxtW, but a very heavy one when
rctcArtf.
An inspection of the two lists will be found very
instructive. On the side of the Ayes, on the question
of indefinite postponement, we find the whole
ministry, the King's brothers-in-law, all the principal
nobles of both native and foreign extraction.
and those native members who have distinguished
themselves throughout the session by integrity and
independence.
Thus we see, with one exception, that the whole
. .
UUol,w.,. .un iu.cisu.ou
ZifS???'0?11' a" I
mercantile are on one side.
On the other hand what do we ?-d amongst the
"Noes" bat Sosxs?
The new loan bill, introduced last Saturday by
Mr. Gibson, is characteristic of that gentleman in
its assumption that the Ministry fail to provide
measures fox the good of the country. He will
therefore see to it, both that proper appropriations
are made and that means be furnished for borrowing
money to meet them. We have neither time
nor space in this issue to sy more than a fraction
of what we wish to say on this new loan biU. It
is wanton, unnecessary and impolitic, as ugly and
vicious, though not quite so big, as its elder
brother. The preamble is altogether misleading
and unjustifiable, but it must be allowed that the
body of the bill is consistent with its preamble, i
Section 1st. "A commission of thrw nprsnrs" nf t
whom the father of the bill is by custom the chairman,
is not sufficient to satisfy public anxiety, or
to assume public opinion that the matter will be
honestly and disinterestedly investigated and reported
upon. "The following proposed measures,"
a marine railway and twelve otner proposals, we
must deal with in the lump. Almost all these have
been considered, debated on, and in most cases
lavishly provided for by the present Legislative
Assemblv. Some evil cenius must have nerehed
itself near Mr. Gibeoa's elbow when he gravelv in-
terial ..... to ...... compete with PhilaSelohia -.. . and Xorth ;
Britain in buuclinf ocean steamsfcitK ! fWc an-
happy to report that the bill was defeated
being ruled out of order as substantially the
same thing which was voted down last I'nday.
Ai ulst the famous resolution of want of confidence
m the Ministry, after knocking about from
hand to hand for nearly two weeks, rr op for
debate last Wednesday, and was defeated by a vote
of 32 to 10. The ten who "had no confidence"
were Messrs. Gibson, Bhodes, Bush, Aholo, Kalua.
Kuapau, yahakuMahoe, E. W. TVHcoi, and Lili- '
kahni. The speeches especially of the opposition i
were marked by strong personalities and invective.
Mr. Bhodes ventilated his well known anxiety
about the prevalence of American interests and !
against the reciprocity treaty, not omitting his '
usual fling at the Chief Justice. In a portentous
tone he called on Mr. Kalua to detail "what the .
Chief Justice had said to him f whereupon Kalua '
went on to give the conversation, which it must be '
admitted was sensible and to the point, if it did
emanate from one who as Mr. Bhodes thmbw ought
to ay nothing about public matters. Mr. Gibson,
eels, failure to respond to the King's wishes about
expenditures, and especially bore down on the
Minister of the Interior for connection with
"rings," which he defined (after ilarcey) as " the
cehesrre power of public plunder. The Attorney
Tmhl
Ishmael, who had opposed every Cabinet since the
death of Kamehimrna V, and tad prolonged thi3
session at a cost to the Gorernment of not less
than $5,000. Hr. Gibson retorted that he was now
following the course to which he hd been advised
by the AttorneT General in former rears when
he said that Mr. Preston was acting as hi
paid counsel against the Cabinet then in omce.
The defeat of this resolution has given a sense of
relief to the country.
By the Cocatitntioa of 1632, the Legislatcre traa
cranposed of tsro separate Hocses, the SobI
pointed for life by the King, and the
elected by the people. The Gonsritction of
1S64 changed this, and makes but one Hocse.
This change ws undoubtedly ria ih the
to etrengthen the ponrer of the Kins as represented
by the Inristfr and Cobles who, it tras supposed,
woold be core litely to secure a majority thereby.
It -was fiercely opposed by those regarded the
measure as a biers' at popular rights Tfce resnlt,
hoTerer, is precisely that which a stodent of history
ocfiht to hare foreseen. OneHonsehasnotthe
cocserTatiTe force or deliberateness of the aristocratic
element which ia required for erery
We tae the word aristocratic in its ordinal
meaning, being from ';
element which eTery society of irresponsible
and gntHnfrmc persons. The United States
Senate was intended to represent the former
social force, in the longer tenure of office and
smaller number of its members, which naturally
IeaTe themless ready to respond to popular da-'
upon the other, issubject to the erfls of a demo-'
NOTES.
Mr. Morton, the TJ. S. Coasnl, at this port, resigned
his position on the Hth ult to accept the
otSce of Sarreyor of the Fort of Ban Francisco,
recently tendered him by President Hayes. It is
to be regretted that tre are to lose ao efficient a
Consul, as Mr. Morton has prored himself to be
since taking charge of the C S. Consulate here in
Junr,lSm
VA A uanVla altil nnA vuiul
iniciuiT luoasatuurij mu .,, ili " ,
Besides shelving the nev loan bill, the 'sub-marine
(o) eatde bill was maennitriy poerponeo, ana a
bill to specially tax Asiatic immigrants arriring
ncre wiuious hitcs, vras (uaaeu iu n iuuu jvouuik.
Hk, amount of tax proposed is not less thin S1U
nor moro 4 05 p;I n pjj, encSKlng
such immigrants, would, of course, have to pay
this extra tax, getting it back, perhaps, from the
laborer.
A KzezNT important case in the Supremo Court
brought up the question of the final and conclusive
effect of a decree in probate for distribution of assets
upon the right of a party against whom such
decree was made to bring an action at law for the
recovery of the real estate. A majority of the
Court have held that such a decree is a bar to any
action. "When there is time to consider anything
besides immediate public evils, it may be well to
see if all the probate decrees throughout the
kingdom cannot be recorded in the Kegistry of
Deeds, in order to fur nish information about real
estate titles.
Our coetemporary, who hat loag been ' oa the f eace,
tn regard to the Chtnete eartlisn at appertaining to
thlt Klntdom, hat at latt, after firtt f eeliaj well the
rabllc palte. retohed to come down. Formerly the
tsarxTTx wat a raDiu exponent 01 minete interettt,
aad thlt fact may hare delayed the execution of lit
to adopt a new line of policy .-F. 6. -1., Aug. T.
Our neighbor absurdly seeks to saddle upon us
the views about Chinese of a former editor of this
journal. We have had no occasion to express our
own views on the subject further than we thought
was required by the recent opium and Chinese subsidy
bills. But our contemporary may hold the
field for tirades against the Chinese or any other
race or nationality.
Ox Monday last the Assemblv passed on its final
reading an Act to amend Article HI of the Constitution,
respecting the property qualification required
in order to be eligible for a representative
of the people. The article at present requires that
the candidate shall own real estate, unincumbered,
of the value of at least $00, or shall have an annual
income of at least ?2j0. The proposed
amendment alters these figures respectivelv to
$1,000 and $2,000. By Article0. the amendment
must be published for three months previous to the
next biennial election, and if agreed to by a two-thirds
vote of the next Legislature, it becomes a
part of the Constitution. It is an amendment in
the right direction.
Both the native papers in this city, in their
issues of last Saturday, express satisfaction at the
signal defeat in the Assembly of the resolution of
want of confidence. The JCuokoa says that frequent
changes of Ministers signify a weak government,
and is a menace to its stability. The
KoSaicaii Pat Mna snjst "YTe believe that the
present Cabinet is one of the best the country has
ever had, seeing moreover that the natives to
whom the country belongs and foreigners settled
here are equally represented in the Ministry. And
reviewing their official acts and the valuable work
watch they have accomplished for the country,
ffi"61 I th. right men
-
tr e team uiai were are aireaoy nve candidates
named among the young native Hawaiians to be
sent abroad for education under the $13,000 appropriation
recently granted by the Legislature.
It seems to have been a sudden inspiration on the
part of some members, after the bill had been for
weeks before the House, and to have been as hurriedly
adopted without any attention to details.
There is no provision as to what degree of previous
education or standard of moral character
shall be requisite in a candidate, and in many
other points of importance, everything is vague
and left to chance, except the bare'appropriation,
under the Department of Foreign ASatrs. Is this
Minister to be the examiner of candidates and
,.;..nhjU,n.( TO,i;, ,. m'IHhn'.'
volve on the CaoinTtuncil, o7wm the whole
thing come to naught ?
Tax following circular has been distributed in
town. We fear there is more truth than poetry in it :
ir cr acnionrrr the
kxioics." A call to Surrtndtr our BigAttTbe
Lyceum Is free of expense for public discussion or
with closed doors, as but seem best.
" Tempvl FujitT JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
Deeply interested in the welfare of these Islands,
with bright prospects carefully nursed, wc f olemnlf
protest araiast the reclcless expenditure of money, and
death bills of the present Legislature.
The of tax payers cannot be successfuly ignored.
There is an unanimous sentiment in this community
against class Legislation, also a sorla: ware
of discontent with all classes, to stay the downward
progress. What means this subsidy of $!4,0U to tho
China line 1 Particulars will be siren across the water,
the story is understood.
We pity the poor planters who have beea tor
to take rtsfcs of inrestment they hare already
taken, we are called npon to ieaxn wisdom br such
things as we suSer from. The policy of each conduct
is to endimrer the loss of that which Is so great a boon
to these Islands, viz r Reciprocity. We know amongst
other arguments the cue of adrantae to the United
States la carrying otrprodnce was adrancedtoobtain It.
Vftw nnp vliifinni f hWlsfnni list PritiisiA anll,U
to compete with UnelVsam ia tae freisht business.
UthisrightVard Caltrt States Sorernment ! '
wiui tn isiaginiry Admuitijc of peopUn:;thete Istaads
with aa abcnciiiicfe of male to become cake seltert and
nltinuteiy corren loni of the roll, to whom w shill
itlCiisateiT hare to tell plantations and residences.
Verllrthuia Hawaiian Chinese saaee to Reciprocity.
TMsLeisIatizreia ow proroklng the United states
GoTernmentOf I mistake not) o that at the next wit-tin,;
of Coozre they mayeire thl GoTernment notice
to terminate the treaty.
We most protest against beinytaied without representation.
When we held Koyal Patent of land in
these Islands with inre.ted when the late KInz
died and lands were withont a soTeretn. (see proclamation
Feb.. 6th, 1574.) Thb is a subject well worth oar
Chief Justice's consideration, and there are two sides
to this bone. VOX POPCLI
A recent issue of the New York Sun coataiRed a
length y letter from Honolulu, understood on good
authority to have been written by Mr. Oakf ord,
who spent some months here. The letter giTea a
eomewhat extraTagantly exaggerated account of
tne proRress of Islands under the inflnence
of the reciprocity treaty. The -writer has
an iiiifriendly bias towards ns, as maybe
nnderstood from such utterances as this: As
the export of Hawaiian sngars to California, in
15S3, will reach GOXJO tons, the United States
Treasury will be the loner by f3.360.00O a Tear."
The increased exports has aot lowered the price
of sttjrar to the consumers in the United States.
The remission of duties has therefore enured
solely to the benefit of the Hawaiian planter."
"Planters who were bankrupt in 1S75 are fast becoming
millionaires,"
The San Francisco Journal of Commerce, of July
15. coinmenting on the Su'$ article, veryjustlv
says: "The writer nruTed thi th nlanfra
reaped golden harrests ; but he eeems to forget
that these polden harrests pass erentually into
American hands. EYexr dollar is invested in
SSSSr&'SkS AriS "tSSjS
the treaty being a matter of complaint, it should
be a matter of The exrjpr,fvp anrl
costly machinery, which, as the writer says, is
used to irrigate the Islands, is the work of American
hands, and is shipped from San Francisco
w.vv:i:fc4icj.. Tumuli, uus. our xounanes wonid
butter, the wines and surma, the drv (rrv inth.
ing, boots and shoes, furniture, lumber, tobacco,
and the hundred and one things neeoed in the
Islands, as luxuries or necessities", came from San
Francisco are made by American hands, and
give employment and a means of livelihood to
American citizens. Our exports have heavily in-
-cu auicc tae treaty was enterea into.
ne want t.;;. and the result of arrr ' i
rentwith ih TT,;;,, T.I. t..ZJZJTS '
ment in its f aTor, and the article in the Sew York
iun bnt l' up our position."
A feelisr Of indi?catian was amtfA nnA Tm. f
amco5 the narjte members and nobles of the '
Ure Assembly yesterday, when theyread the TiewTof f
number of merchants, published in the Kuoloa and I
aatcau ratana, and which we publish to-day, secunr
,,
...w m. uticr euouja oe sastainea as me
ananrisl and political sarior of the country. The
signers oi tae document fcaie made blunder, hlghlr
detrimental to the interests uf Mr. Wilder, in thus
the special object of laudation.
ask, are the representatiTes of our race la the
roremment. nobody I And shall a lot of strangers, the
most of whom base no Tote, or any abiding interest,
except a epetulartTe one. la the country, pretend to instruct
His Majesty as to whom shall be chosen, retained
or dismissed as an adnser of the Crown ; p. C. A.
JalfZlth.
We should think that tf the present Ministry were
responsible aad united amon? themselTes. the Ttry fact
of such a thinr would be sumclent to command their
restaiaaou. it may not be. after all. so much the fault
or the Kins as of the Ministry.thatimportantmeasures
are sometimes brought trreguUriy beforetheAasembry.
Are we to trust men who come before the Assembly arrayed
one against another from the Tery start I This
conflict ofporpose among them. Is certainly too apparent
' Wis not a grare charge brousfct forward at the
rery begininr of tae session, by the Minister of Finance
against the Minister of the Interior. And since then.
uaui now, nare we seen any cmry -"it them S If
the Gazzxrz can unhold such a body as Ttoar the
? cow drawer and appeared faourprint. Wehad
eracy in its worst meaning Eeckless TSSSSSSSiSaSSJaSS'.
tamare morelilely tobe made, and i '''""prrssedtohaTesatlsledBabiasedminds. Such
hasty Iegislatiou U more easily forced by the , SS3?&ti2&S2iSii
gagsin? operatsoa of the presiocs crcestaarj. urzi ae, la order to aroid any accusations of want of eon-cm
.Jj uteaT oo. our pan. as well aa ta Eosittrely assure the
it tebr
ruar an timportcuate mob tj
andledby ; Tery respestahle signers ef the document referred to
unscrupulous demagogues. Here than this, there ' ""Jdoao'entertaiaiaea. Tiewa,
'onxeaShelast of the above paragraphsit
UiZnaJlta r??fT' Tf theI!TDte m ! TO ou motion resrfrerf by us that agn,
easily be weighed down, whether ,
by 3Cnstea one tir m three motjons.
and Sbbles, or by the mob power. Smeetheera) , .
of electfre Sorereigns, it has become more than 1 S JjSrL?? bl? tiS J
whiciL we hare been took
t, u.TtT , . f ? place at
K3f farces rn the Eawaiahao Church on Friday eraring list, and
borpctobestreraheued. This cart cow only was weil attended. In noting tsereral numbers
en. hare first tiasselectiau for piano asd
WitbautttafWefcaTenot, Tiniia ratrridnrirfg Prof. Bergr and HerrHtumeu.
taejeoengrre force erf areprihlirao farm of showing the- eSJcieacy of botit aa?. openraff the
"'SrT' '?- ereufeifs perfcomancs. with edal. ngTselond
uatitgttcifoayfcTaiiyonewhoHitessdsto number gave us "Ones Again," by Sellrran. ia
which, to our idea,
: far t&e best, both fa ezpressson asd m execution,
nonseeesIycsosednpoii. Thetyraa3Tof a to aay wkam we rare listened to frorathi3
swuseraBaible. It ithnrW ererfee re- raaarfes well aadlbcgsastaiaed notes;
ttetwhes sack a set of persess are ntr irfiTiffrfi, imT iT'iiLjlL uiDJ.il XLl
JfMJfOTrashyoaieriBg to tfesaa, or STSog an enmrr, wag rafet aeeoriied,
ostthe weHwom 0f
'fcTteT totersthe tbli. The frora
"
sent Thomas' florid Musio tn a most artistic and
pleasing manner, faithfully executing the intricacies
of its dilScult chromatics and runs with the
ease of a true artist. Herr llcinsen's solo for violin
shoved him to be a master of the king of
instruments and a Taluable) acquisition, to our
corps of musicians. The duet from Trariata, by
Miss Montague and Mr. Turner concluded the
riMt , Mml va Milt YMMllmal Tk. niwnifUt
,., ...... nwa ai. ..m vyvimm
!.... of the tweond p&rL Mediation, by B&ch.
I vlnlln nrtrl niinnrrsi f frlv TMzi4rkr1 K f Jtataxm
. .
-n " w 1
iiercer ana xieinsen. xuat orearay, aaa songoi
Sullivan's later composition was, we think, hardly
up to the stmnard of excellence which usually
characterises the efforts of Miss Montague, but
we venture the opinion that she was handicapped
by the organ accompaniment, which at any umo
would have been too heavy, bat from this well-worn
and raver Tery good instrument the lights
and shades of this beautiful sons; were neutralized
and placed the singer at a decided disadvantage.
Mr. Turner, on account of indisposition, was
obliged to substitute, for the selection from Fnust,
" Let me like a soldier fall." The evening's entertainment
closed with the Miserere with chorus
of selected voices. Leonora. Miss Montague:
Mannco, Mr. Turner which, bearing evidence of
insufficient rehearsal, was a fitting finale to a
most enjoyable concert; the solos being beautifully
sung. In bidding farewell to the charming
artistes we would fain say oh rvroiVj their presence
here has given old friends an opportnnitv to
renew old ties, for new friends to present their
evidences of consideration, and the public at large
an opportunitv to show, by their attendance, the
appreciation of talent thus brought to their notice.
It is to be hoped that the return may bo naar at
hand, and that our Music Hall may be speedily
pushed to completion, that they may, on their return,
find a more suitable place for entertainments
than the church called Eawaiahao.
Si ptchl Notices.
TO THE PVBMC.
Oosula, Hilo, nawan.
To-day, Anrust 3d, Mr. C. X. Arnnli Manager of
Plantation, hat mtcned hit petition und left for
Honolulu. All reader probably know that a potltion at
manager of a plantation It Terr Important, and most
reader probably know that the position was entrusted
tohlmeolely for hit able and taorongh management.
While occupying thlt potltion he hat conducted the affairs
and transaction? of the plantation properly and
witely. All laborious and di&call nndertaklags attempted
hare been brought to a nccctful termination,
to far at endurance and nsefnlncet are concerned r to
thlt all employee are perfectly willing to gladly testify.
Hit kindly aad friendly intercoune with the employee
of thlt plantation bare won their lore and
etteem. W, the undervlgned, bellere that through hit
m,uu,iNiiauuu iuc vwujuij uu uni an ruciem.
faithful, trusty and honest servant, and the employees
a kind and honorablr dltDoted matter. The kanaka
servants etpeclally miss him, and are
' B 0 u 44 V t4HJ Uf4Lr
pointed by nit withdrawal from OoaiU. It It said that
Mr. Arnold had a bad name as being a hard, unscrupulous
and dissatisfied matter, but the course pursued by
the foreign and native employees of thlt placa prore
thlt to be aatirely without foundation. When he made
his tateation known that he would take hit departure
from this plantation, alohas and farewells were given
him repeatedly, and tome of the kanakas even thed
tears while bidding him good bye. White la contact
with nenly contracted natives he cay at first hare made
them discontented, but their discontent gradually wore
on and gave place to esteem, respect and admiration.
We hope that wherever Mr. Arnold may go success and
prosperity may follow In his footsteps. Herewith we
will close, hoping to make the public comprehend the
true state of afialrs. We. the undersigned, foreigners
and kanakas, append our signatures with the Intention
of letting the people know that thlt letter to the public
contains our each and individual thoughts, and that it
Is a truthful and honest statement.
WILLIAM R. HASTIE, JOHN v.WALLENSTEIN
B. HAMER. D. F. LAMAR.
K.A. 1-ETTERSON, JOAN GILBERTSON,
JAMES WILLIAMS, FRED BEKNARD,
FRANK METCALF, S. A. MACET,
WM. KERRIGAN, JOHN JAP,
A. LONG. ANTONY J.di FARIA.
GEO. SHERMAN, JOSE ess LASSOS UNO,
H. E. CARSON. WILLIAM KAMANA.
Speelnl Notice.
Dr. Whitney's Dental Rooms will be doted frcm
Tuesday, August 10th, until Saturday, Sept. 4th. S12
Notice to the Public.
Tn nvoltl ImpoUon. parcbaser of Waltham Tatchea
willubstrrvv that every Kenuine watch, whetbersotd or
aliver. Ixars our tntde mrt on both case mud oiuvemeDt.
Gold cae are stamped A. W. Cu." and uarattee
cenlflcsuesacoMiipany them. Stiver cases rf stamped
"Am, Watch Co.. Waltbam Mass.. jterliuj: Mirer," and
are accura panted by gnarautee certificates, siloed It. IL
Itobbias, Treasatvr. The name Waltnam Is
euffrared upon alt moTemeuta, irrespective of either
marts.
Tbts cuttou Is rendered necessarr by cf the fact
tbat our cases are frequently separated frum oar mote
merits and put Into worthless movements of other makers,
and rice vrsa. thus atTecuny Injuriously the perfurmance
of the watchenaud vitiating our coamntee, which Is !-tended
to cover only ourcomptete watches wholly made
by us. It It necessary, also, because It Is notorious as
to be a public acandal, that there Is great fi and In tb
mtal quality of both xold and silver oses as now generally
sold. W hve demonstrated by frequent assays
that mauy gold and sliver ca.esOaTered In the market are
debused from from 10 to CO per cent, from tae quality
they assume to be. This Is & fraud upon Ibu purchaser, and
accounts tor the low price at widen such casd wktcbe
have been skJ,
We take this occasion to announce that we have recently
entirely remodellM the very popular irrades of full
piste movements, known by the marks Wm, Kllerr.
"Apple ton. Tracy Co ," Wall ham Watch lo.."P-5.
Uarttrtiu" andMBrodway,Mj:lrlnff to them not oaly a
h&cbly Improved appearance, but sreat additional value.
Me embody to tbeoi sachof t&e best results of our expe
rience and study f.r t wen ry year as can be useful la this
form of watch. We pre these n.wmodetw.1
I'?L i!0:'..1?" ,. A'l w?. J" ? .per
formance and solid excellence at moderate cost. The
alterations hav been made with the view of pleasing
practical watch makers, as well as watch wearers.
We avail cnrselves, two, of this occasion to warn the
pobhc against cheap watches. The superiority of
Wstfthsm good. In all grades. Is now ao generally acknowledged
that onr competitors. Swiss and American,
seem to haTr no resource bnt a present the attraction of
low price. Their goods being Inferior tu onrs, they bare
to sell them for what they can get. Times are hard, and
people generally not knowing a good tcb from a bad
one. very often allow a small price tu decide them. WU.
llani Morrl. the em Lien t English Lecturer on Art aod
Labor Topics. In a recent lecture delivered before the
"Trades Cod,,, says :
I know that the public tn raneral are set npon having
lhln;s cheap, being so Ignol nt that tbey do not know
when they get them nasty, a a so Ignorant tht tbey
neither know or care whetberthiyjrive a man bts dne.
I know that the manufacturers. sn called. are b set on
carrying oot competitiof to Its utmost, competition of
cheipness,notof rxoIIMice. that they meet the
hurters half way, and cheerfully furnish them with nasty
wares at the chap price tbey an asked fur, by means of
wnat can b railed by no prettier name than fraud."
Wu are much mistaken If thU Is wbai the public want
or eapects. uf u. at lest. Good vatches cannot be made
when neither workman nor employer has pride In hlsne.
capatlm; Interest and ptasnre In the work are bth
wanting, and both are essential In good watch ruakhig.
Law price, eapedalty In watchs. nanr Caw quality, will
low perbrmatcr aa ktgh rrpain.
Our mission was. and oar business Is, to make Jrowl
watches, whatever the eat: hddiug firmly to this single
purpose, we have seen Improvement In qaalltyand reduc
tlon tn cost, by means of discoveries and improvements tn
machinery and by natural cuyi. go steadily on
until we can truly ay. Waltbam Watche ra their respective
.rrade. are the test watches made; and as to tn
lower grades they are within the reach of everybody
who earns wages Our prices are a low as tney ouebt to
b, and a tow as they will be. Watcher cannot be made
tor nothing, even by machinery. We say tn the public,
buy a good watch while yoa are abont It. and pay a proper
price for ft- The more yos pay an honest dealer the bt
tr satisfied you will be tn the end ; don't be deceived by
cbepne.i quality descends faster than price
Por American Watch Co., of Walt ham, Mass.
ROBBIfiS Sc APPLETOH,
I IX ly Genera! Agents. New York, O.S.A.
W All the ahore One of Waltham Watchu far sale at
theSjreof iL.WcINERXY.SoIe Agent for thU Kingdom.
Al-o. Agent for the GORIIAlX KTCKLIG SILVER.
WAJtEL Tha Trade supplied at the LOWEST PRICES.
112
Sew MverJ'seme,i
STTTTATIOH' WAJ.TED.
A X ITEIiIiIGEXT YOXJ'G MJL3T
ri ts aesirous oj oouining a siroanon aa ciera in a
k.T.t. . ... n a .u..
L-i T."l ""'."ii
wagon. Writes a good business hand, and is not afraid
of work. Salary not so much an object. Reference
gtsen. tnistnuee. cu u
IM f lfC
. ir .. . ...
T7R03r A2TD AITER THIS DATE
X: an aecounU dae Messrs. Grant & Robertson must
be paid at the office of THEO. H. DA VIES.
GRAST Jk EOBEETSOX.
Hocolulu. August 7. lSgO. .13 3t
118 Days firom Glasgow !
TTaX CABGO OF THE
CLIPPEE SHIP CITY0FNANKIN"
COMPSISISG 1,000 TOKS OP
GENERAL IIERCHAKDISE
Is cow Offered for Sale at the Ofice of
C W. Macfarlane & Co
?T. B. Tun particnlara In adTertf sement cf sezt week.
Country orders solicited. 13
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF!
PISHEE'S CHAMPAGNE CIDEB.
So wen asd faTsrably known Is this community, can
always be found, oa Ice. at Jacob Weik's, So. (I Kla;
Street. Call in and cool yourselres.
Hpnotuln. January 17. Hoi. 6103m
GIOIDEX CATE ri.OTJK.
r Extra Family Flour,
E'Aando Flour.
Bran, Ursand Barley, Whole Barley,.
Corn Heal, for feed.
Oatmeal, Cars Heat.
Cracked Wheat In 10 Ih. bara,
AH fresh aad new. For sale by
MI BOLLES Jt Co.
HOTICE.
rrUTE HALE OF THE BBTATB OF tTHAS.
JL KiSAISS, AtaatrA. adTertlsedto Ukeplaeefoa
aATII2DAT,Apiild.ISO.ISBZBEBTPOSrP05iZD.
Due pchQc notice will be rrrea when tald sale win take
place. W.CPABKE.
Admftrfstratar Estate cf C. Eaaahaa
goaolatu. Harrii g. 13B8. TH
ISOe S&LLOHS OF 3P2SX OIL.
fTHIE FtTKE AjmCT.ar OF MBT Oil- jrST
JL a son fcMBtke "Tiuplc BW." Tfc OH I
Kn5susL9l GmsmA Mtt water. ar sate by
7H
Shining,
SPRECKELS LINE
FOR SAN FRANOISCO.
THE FAST CL1ITKR BKIO
J. D. Spreckels,
HANSEN. Command tr. 1
Will be dltpatthrd for the abort port about SATTKDAT
AnruttlUh, to bo followed by the Clipper Schooner
Yacht
Ola-las Sprool&ols,
COUSINS. Commander.
For Frtl jut or passage, apply to
61S WM. 0. IRWIXACO.. Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tat American Batkentlne
DISCOVERY,
PESHALLOW, Matter.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or pattage apply to
SIS II. nACKFELD A CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The American Bark
Helen V. Almy
rREEMAX. Hosier.
Will have quick dispatch for above port
For freight or passage, apply to
SIS CASTLE A COOKE, Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Fine American Btlg
W. H. MEYER'
JORDAN, MASTEK,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
ForFrslght or I'assace, spply to
S13 C. BREWER CO.. Agents.
C. BREWER Sc CO.'S
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
5K THE At BARK
"Will leave Boston for Honolulu Direct on
or about the 15th of November next.
Far further particulars spplj'to
810 Sm C. BREWER CO., Agents.
FOR SALE!
-1 THE AMEIUCAX SCHUONE1
v-li.
( Honora,"
T3 tons nclster. in rood order anil teat -
for sea. Applr to
777 U. HACKFELD A Co..
Regular Packet forjlilo &. Kaupakuec
Tbe nipper Schooner
iHALEAKALA
For rreichtur l"Mste, spplr to
80$ am ALLEN" & R0BIS8ON. Agents
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE 8PEESDID STEAMSHIP
CHEVALIER. COJIMAMIEU.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISC
0a or about Monday, August 30.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND
THE SPLENDID STEAJISIIIP
CITY ofNEW YORE
CODU. fommander.
On or about Monday, Sept. 6th.
For Ere!gbt and Passage, pilj to
83I3n. II. HACSFELDACO..AleuU.
GootW lor Nhlptueut per Stemner cnit no
b !storel. Free ot Ctinrife. ill ttae .
Mnrchousr siewr the frtewmer Ulmrf.
mil:
III.Na. s i t t MASl'EU
Acznst 10th, 5pm Clrcalt of naval'
Tuesday, Anipist ltth, 5pm Hil-
Tnesday. August Zila, 5 p m Citcolt f Hawa.
Angnst 31st, 5 p m Ut.
Tnesdsf, September 'tb, 5 p m Circuit ot llaw
Tuesdaj; Septemberltth, ipm Hi.
Tuesday, be tember lift, 5 p m Circuit of Ilawa
Tuesday. beptemberth,5 pm... llil.
ow So Credit for l'aun:t Jtoury.
VTe posltirely decline to open accounts for Passage
and we particularly call the attention of the traTefin
public to the necessity of hasiug Bagjage and FreigL'
plainly marked; the bteamer wtll not be responsrbi
for any unmarked 13agae, or for Freight or Parcels,
unless Receipted lor.
Freight Money Das on Demand.
In all cases of freight for parties not responsible, ot
unknown, the freight money will be required In adrance.
PAUlilUES orMfltlOICS null WINKS jilsr
DE PI.AI.VI.T MtllKEl)
For the party whom they are for, or plainly stated In the
receipt to whom they arc consigned.
All demands for damage or loss must be made within
one month.
In no war liable for loss or accident to lire stock.
EST" Hut Drirers, Boys, and such like, will not be
allowed on board the bleamer on arrival, until after the
passengers hare been landed.
80S WILDEB & CO.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
GUJSTARD LINE!
Established IS40.
Two Sailings Every "Week.
FUR LIVERIMMH, :
From 2ftw York every Wednesday,
From Dotton every Saturday,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin g0, anil 8100 Cold
According to Accommodation.
RETtJI TICKETS OX FAVORABLE TJiHMS.
Hleernse 828
Good accommodations can always be secured on application
to j
WILU11IS, - Co.,
-an Francisco.
JAS. ALEXANDER,
9) State St., Boston,
a O. PRANCKLTW,
4 Bowling Ureeu, Vrn Tork.
VAtlct to Paaseorrrs from Australia, Xew Zealand and
nrmotato. Th Canard Mae affords more than usual fa.
etlltbt to tbroeah passcczers from poru, th
frecoencrof Its nllinrpreclodlnrall poaatblhty of delay
In Sew Tork.
Good arr am motstloBa always reserred.
C. O. fRASCKLYS,
MOly a Bowlinirareen ?fewTork.
PLANTERS' LINEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer & Co. Agents. tA
Verchaaiiise riesiTsd Sloracc Free "5
aait liberal cash adraoccs Bss4onshfpinsntfby thlsliD.
C.BBEWEBJtCO
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE I
C. Brewer & Co. Agents.
?arorablerrsaceants can alwars bs'
mads for storsre aaJ shipment of Oil. Bore. WoL tildes
sa4 thcrXtrehaaJIscLaJTsw Bsdford. Bmtco.5rwTork
aa4 whsrEutsrn Psrts.
C. BBEtTER k CO.
ADMIMSTEATOE'S K0TICE.
KXOW AXI, PERSONS TILVT TIIE
nndersizBcd has bees appointed by the Hon. Chas.
C.Harris. Chief Justice of the supreme Court of
Islands, as admisistrator of tie estate of Man swa
Putt, of Ewa, deceased. Kow therefere. all persons
harin; any claim against the estate af the deceased
above mentioned are requested to present the same
within six months from this date or tney will be forerer
barred; aad all persons harinz any property In their
possession belonging to the said deceased will make
return of the aame to the endersirned without detay,
J. L. KAULUKOU,
Administrator Estate of llaunwa Pchi.
JaIyg.ISa. alm
NOTICE.
3TT VBSEXCE rUOM"
DTJRrXG
thU Einrdom. KB. THOMAS BAIK WALEEB
and MB. BICIIABU WILLIAMS JAS I OS will act for
ra under J oi n tpower of attorn ey.
Mr. Georje it. Luce Jr I authorized to alzn my
name by procuration. T. II. DAV1 ES.
Honolulu Jaly. .TUt, I9EP. til It
Coxacxarc orFcsrc&uv I
Hoaounc.Jnly,18S0.f
r)T TIPS 3LVTTETI OP THE ESTATE
of KASU HL. 7EAXCISCO, deceased. All perteo
haria claisa aeatnst the estate of the
deceased are reqoested to present the aame to the un
denirned wttMa six aaeaths or they will be forerer
birred: tad as pesMaa tadeWed ta saH oslaie ee
ta settle Me aaac whksat desay.
Ml at JASOK PB88Y. Cowsal forPaetaal
PiW 3Bd Paisrt 9tt
A FCT.I, ASfHH.IHK.Xr. IXCt.VMXd AX.T,
esien tssdakade of tfce CafctiXad Itowker
Fatst. am MtLSflstCo.
gtw frtrIistmJM.
THE BOOM OVER !
The Dally Increat t In the Price of
DRY GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS j
FANCY GOODS, GENTS HATS AND CAPS,
AND MILLINERY.
It it length OTtr, and we hare taken adrantare of the lull In the markst and purchased aecordtsf lyi, T
., . assortment ) complete In eTery respect. W will merely tuote hut a few prlcsf la each department
showing yon the BARO AIMS yon will obuln by trading with C3.
10 yards Best Calico $1
10 yarda Fin Cotton 1 00
JPjarda Brown Shretlnr. 1 CO
1 full piece of Mosquito 2iet
MILLINEEY AT
t LaUltt' fine Whit Skirt with KaS. I
d jarfs best White Pique
Good Ostrich Fealhera
It la to yonr adriuitaa;e to come and look at onr 5osr Soods, received br tte
laat atetuner.
Fancy Silk Ribbon, from $0 03
tlrnta' White Undershirts. 0 SO
dents' Caps 03
Dents' Half Hose 0 MS
Ladles Balbrlrcan Hose per pair 0 a
3 pairs line While Hose 0 SO
Ladles. Misses, and Children's rlores. tm.. 0 12tJ
Ladles' Sun Hats OS
Genu' Colored Shins oca
Gents' Linen Suits sou
Worsted, per dozen, only ..,..0 20
Children's hand-knit Jackets , 0 5)
Lace Ties, from,,... .... .,.. 0S0
All colors Wiirsted Fringe, peryard 0 IS
Ladies' Silk Ties ?.......... OSS
Good Ladles Chemises
Children's School Hats
Ladles' Princess Jackets
fcw Wa will add In conclusion that If jou wish to
upon ns, for we are posltlre that the CALIKOKNIA
POl
NEW GOODS
-FROM-
NEW YORK AND ENGLAND
-EX-
T.F. WHIT0N, CITY OF MADRID
AND OITIEB LATE ARRIVALS.
FINE HARDWARE
HOUSE FURNISBING GOODS!
Direct by rail from Sew Tork to San Francisco,
Bought to late adrancej ia prices, and
lor tale at Bottom Bate far Cash.
A EDsTE ASSOETMENT
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS.
Lamp Goods la erery rarlety.
Kerosene Oils Downer's and Palace,
Keroiene Oil Stores,
Hubbuck's Faints and Oils,
TToue and Carriage Paints and Brushes,
Turpentine, Tarnishes, Glue.
AverllPs Chemical Paint,
Lubricating Oils and Compounds.
Albany lubricating' Compound and Cups,
Albany Cylinder Oil,
Lard Oil, Castor Oil, &c, &c.
BUILDERS' HARDWARE
A rery Complete Assortment.
TAELE CUTLERY
In great rariety direct from the manufacturers.
Pocket Cutlery , Sclssora,
Mievrs, Ituzuns anil Hones.
Tools for Carpenters, Machinists, Masons,
and other Mechanica.
Seed & Barton's Celebrated.
Silver Plated Ware
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS
Plows, Harrows, Spades, Shorels, O-os,
Forks, Rakes, Plasters' and Garden Hoes.
RICE HOES, Crowbars,
Grindstones and Fixtures,
Pick Axes, Pick Mattocks,
Bush and Grass Scythes,
Bush Hooks, later Hooks, Grass Hooks,
Grab Hoes Cane Knlres, Axes, Hatchets,
Canal Barrows with Iron and wooden wheela.
Wheel Barrows, Tubular Barrows,
Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Back Chains, Topsail Chains,
THE IMPROVED STEEL PARIS PLOW
Bj foae planter tild to be fuperior toanfotherplav
rrer offered la iMa market, &nd to require lei cattle for
tbe Msie amount of work than anj other.
CELEBRATED M0L1NE FLOWS
In dlaerent s!ies.
Gang Plows Supplied to Order.
Ualranlaed Bailn aad BaeJaets,
Tinware, Illaabam BaelteU.
A LARGE INVOICE OF GUN CAPS
Store Trucks, Wooden WhlSetrees,
Douglass Force Pumps, lltj Cotters,
.Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Laws Sprinklers,
Platform Scales, Swede Blocks,
5alls, Tacks. Screws, Spikes,
Tire, Machine and Carriage Bolts,
Galranlzed Wash Boards
B.tUan Tard Brooms, Door Mats,
An elezant assortment of Tale Padlocks,
Dixon's American Lead Pencils, a full lias
Galvanized and Painted Barbed Wire
A5B STAPLES.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
83) 37 Fort Afreet, Hoaolala.
For Sale!
250,000
sua Am B AG !
TO AHHTFE
P City rf Madrid,
PrCiiyofIkk,
ic.JL C.- wyMc.
H. HACKFELD A OO.
HALF PRICE;
Genu' Black Bows
Fine Ruchlua.. ....... ..., ..0 38
Fine Crepe de Lees ..OS
All wool Black Cashmere .. OSS
8 yards of the best Glnthxms .. 0
Ladles' plain colored Hose .. oa
Lot of Infanta Shoes, per pair...... ..OS
Ladles' Linen Collars ..oie,.
Five Dfllar Heats' Hats.., ,3 08
Chtldrena' Lace Blha .. OS
Silk Veiling, ail colors ..
Kid Glores ,... jta. ,
Kid Glores ..aw
Miutton Kid Glorea , ..ISO
(Warranted to wear.)
5 yards of rood Canton Flannel..:...., .. toa
Ladles-best Merino VtaU ..100
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purchase (rood roods at the lowest possible prices, call
G.tE rRICE BAZAR of
MEL.LIS & JFISHEL,
IH T1IF. PL,CE FR Tan Tt TRABE.
NO MORE POISON
IS 0TJE FAMILIES !
No More Alum in our Bread !
Every Family SkesU Use
THE ROYAL
BAKING POWDER
wnicn is
ABSOLUTELY PURE !
And made front Orape Cream Tartar. No other preparation
makes such light, flasky, hot bread, or luxurious
pastry. Can be eaten by Dyspeptics without fear
of the Ills resulting from hearr, Indljeitlble food.
This unequalled Baking Powder has almost entirely
superseded erery other kind In use, owing to the result
of the analysis nude by the United States Gorernment
Chemist, Dr. ifott, which rerealed the Powder to be
Absolnteljr Pure and Pre From Alom, and
all other poisonous Inrredlents, whilst erery oth el
brand ot powder analyzed contained alum and other
foreign substances to injurious to health. Alum produces
dyspepsia, constipation, griping, heartburn, aad
other kindred Ills, and Is regular poison to the system.
THE ROTA I. BAKING POWBER la sold
only la Cans, by all Grocers. Boxes containing two
doxon will be furnished families and Country Store.
Island orders will recetre prompt attention.
For Circulars and Pamphlets, apply to
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaika Taia
813
5HSL
THE "BIG COLLAR II
HAENESS SHOP
C. HAMMER,
SS KX5U STREET,
PRACTICAL HABNIH MAXII!
Fine Singh and Double Buggy Earntu,
Concord and Mule Harnett,
Plantation Harnett of alftorlt,
Riding Bridla, Saddles, Whipt,
Currycombt, Bnahet, Saddle Ctotht,
And erery Xecesiary for Stable ate at
BED KOCK PJtICII T0H CAII.
of erery description done la the best
possible manner, with the best materials, at lowest
workmen rales.
Ill Werk GHaraiteo r Exiwptia.
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, Repaired at low prices- Broken Chfna ware
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