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s. It feu yJeawdHlsiUJesty the Klnc appoint
"JloaroraliJt.'W.l.GuMtobelfinlster f Fore,n7&.
letiairkla(C,SepttmVTS,tfSa. K Tar
the "Klnc to appoint the
YaBewine restlenesi to be man ben of sis Cabinet:
Ja&trs. eeqpolate&, a
HJ XxcxScacyll. A. r.CxETTU to be. Minister of the
Interior, wke His Excellency Jomx E. Hctk. retired.
Vwan.'Jk 7. S. laureate be Xraliter of Tlnanee,
TtoeBIf EirtlWcr JLKtraiu. reslsrstj.
leararableS.S.'Waixxato be Attorrey General ad
imUrhm rice Hit Excellency T.. Jcsm, restrned.
lalul !, SejxcnbetST.'Km. 850.
, Sealed Interior Ckfie
wHondaT,OelobTi:th,a.K noor, far farnUhlne
aaetranrfncIteUdliis Materials the Got-"ml
jnay desire to purchase 1b Honolulu for alx
rsostkt frees ihaT Cur.
3CrtWMt TimVr. per X
J-! t fceanUtnr.wrJf ., n
Hiwids and Gdtn a.rcT M 1!
mi! Gmorei per 51,
TSortVures Surfaced. jt X
XnSmoa SartacnO. t X
Jled weed 7cved sad Grooved BcrX
atedwwod SanSc, per X
Redwood tteaszltt ewe V
Xedwaod SctsUlae. ties, per M
Redwood SaJclea.Xr X
Xatls and finCkrs. perC
Bricks, JJaae, OeSMwV
ILA.f.TCXimCE,MhiWanrof Ore Interior.
3euriwGfeeOaa'DeT,tm , "" SSI
It bu Cased Bh Majesty the Klrr to appoint the
JeSe'wixrti'llemcurieinbeTSOf tin: Board of Health,
Sis Xstnesey it. Ail Carter, President, rice Hit
ExrrHraey Jan. . Boas, rtsljaed.
His Excellency S. Walker, Tire W. C Jmra, re-
Honorable S-G Wllder.Tir Honorable W 1L Gibson,
? Boarl aw cooalaU as fotawst
Voct J. K. Walker. Honorable S. O "WIlaer.TIonorable to
CJLJodd. nooorable'S. MoanaelL
eliail rater, rei
Xr.C&artea "wUUasis baa this day been appointed
Xaad tipenm for the Dlitrlct of namakna, laland of
Hawaii. Tire W. irTUctard. retlcaed.
JSO. X. BUSH, Minister of the Interior.
Interior OSce. Sept. 30, 1880. BS1
, Mr. Char- L. Hopkins baa this day been appointed
a JLfest la- taka Ackaowledgnenta to Contracts for if
Labor in ttr DiMrict of Korth Eohalt, laland of Ilawall.
JXO. X.XCSH, Minister of the Interior
lulrrlor OSce, September 30, ism BM
Jtr.W. C Borden baa thla daj bees appointed an
AcenltotalEe JUknowledsenU to Inatrnmenta for the
Siatrltt of HIKlalaad ofHawaU.
TBOXAS BEOWK, SrsUaar of ConTejancea.
(XrZ. KihU baa been appointed Tax Collector for the
' JlUtrlrt arfjcerttlinMli. lIairaU.Tlo J. W. Bobertion,
83 JS0.S. WALKER. JTir.ltteT of nnance.
par. Jaa.W.'Saberuoa baa "been appointed Tax Col-
JctorIcrlhtDiatrUtDrKoolanpoko,Oihn, Vice lion.
J. X, Eapeaa. rcalned.
gtm iSCCS. WALKER, Xlrlater of rinancr.
"T3 DBMaaaaiii or Fomas Lrraras.
TToperroUscaUoa baTins been made to thla
HU Zx. 3anea X. Comlr, rolled Staiea
Erelirat, that by the rrqnnt of the Ilonorable
Cbarlva Ierctta, Aetinc becretarr of Mate of the United
Ej,s citizen of the
TJaiUrd Statea, baa been appointed Conaular Jaect of
tae Cdt4 Sutra at Sahnlsl.
Tbereforx. the aald Asntt Frederic II opt e la hereby
aickaowledfed by order of Ilia SlaJtatT aa Conanlar
JLpaVaftbeCiOtedJStatraatKahnlBU.and.aII hla of-
ScialBetaaavacbareeederedtoTeeefr fnll faith and
credit b? the aotboritlea of thla Government.
GlreaBderBThand and the Seal of the Fore I en
OSc Ihi 3Xh day of September, ISeU
SS W.L. GREEK, Minlitrt of Forelrn Affairs.
Xr. Wbu W. Goodale baa thla day been appointed an
ulcrxt to lake JLcknowledsiaesta to Con tract for Labor
j the JJUtriet oT Kan. Iiland of BavaU.
CS H- A. r CABTEn, XInUter of the Interior
, IaiaM Ixpirmgln October, 1880.
1 XanT."Knnannatreet. Honololn
1 TtonE iJeoBr Co. nnann ttrett,
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CS Ho Chen;. Kntu.no itnet, Honolnln
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v IlraiWoTone;. mtann rtreet,
c .Ah Gee. cor Xasoaxea i Bereunla ttrcet
- Wok: Koar Kit X Anna, Hotel street,' r
"" WTMerS Co. cor Fort Jc Qneen street.
TOEOritll ran. cor Fort & Kin; streets.
TO K Xoflasa. Xerchant atreet.
19 a Ale. cor KSciird A Xerchant streets,
ID Ban; Lnnr Kee A Co, Knnann street,
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IS Cta Kee A Tan Kee, Kin; street. Palama,
Ah to a Akee, Emma street.
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Si J PetTT. cnrKnnann & Iloiel streeta,
33 E C XcCaadlesc, Fttb Market,
n X mmpa Co, Kaahnmana street,
tSS'J T Wsterboose, Fort atreet
d Ah Cla. Klnc street,
W JT Jt It Watertonak,Qneeti street,
"SCCOleflsm. Kins street. i
31 Krai Sal. Xsanakea street.
S1 rrxnkAntone, Knuann street,
T n XarrJa. Walhoks. Uanl
T Ahla. raaweia,
re 'Astoee' reraaiidex, Xakawao,
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SCkTdti CrSnua.BtreTi;MonoSata. .
Wilder Jt Co. rwt sutet. Honolulu.
10 EOllall Son. Kins street. Honolnln,
, ritE Amis-.
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IT CexS Comry.
- m tfce aole IxeWency did 1
atnc.orrf4rssitoejeater4ay, you accept
telhetAaeozToarJkafcsstSoTeTeipi. ana. In tnat or
Sb oreeaaeat.tke that I am antaorix jd4o mate
wita regard to a BaedisVcaUmAf the last of Artl-i
-i tTZe k TiKtr w.r Comxieree and IaTtration.
coaclrfrdit5ien f Oeobex. K. bct'Teen
and Ote Hawaiian Ilo4t, and yoa aak Be to f ar-
,?fldedartoii, sttuisfcM the aaodKfcatlon baa J
. 7?Lt!i7Z .siii, J .bare the honor to
fonaatlr declare, and tyrlrtue ot a spetitl
ESSSuJoa i lor ttat Ml. Boral
. Gmwnaent ofBUi JUjestve
arr rrrCtnrtt K..nBk
JU i MMMttajrtta .of .1
um7as assSKAor li .lalsjiind, antil sU.es Veadar
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I hare appointed Hon. rnir. Kanoaas actlnc
KaoaldnrlnRtnT abaeoco. ,
F. W. BZCKLET. GoTtrnor of Kanal,
SepLSth, 1W. . M8
1 C3r I J
Sale rf laajweVC Gerrentmeat Xiimi, t.
of Alllolanl Hale, at It o'clock oen. will M eold at
Public Auction the Leae for Fire Teara of; the Two
story Stone Bntldlnc attnated oathe makal corner of
ConrtIIonieSiaanvfchaJna. XanU e
Upiet prica I0O per annsra. v
0. E. BUSH, Xlniiter of Interior.
Interior Office, Sept, 6lh.l6M. 81
The following peraona hare been commissioned a
Collector! for the year 18S0:
OAHC, J! .
, . Geo. H Lnca.
E'aine WaUnae,, Analtalea.
Wataloa HbJ Amafai
Kootaopoko, .I X Kaprna.
Jlafcawao A reroamler.
II an P Kamat
Xolokal me Lanal M Ealnaplhaole.
niio. I W KeaomakanL
rnna ,J6 Katana.
Kan- llenry Vatln.
Kona Ileoia S W rapanla.
Kohala Item Tt P Knltahl.
Xohala Akan y Wltnbrrtaon.
Xamatna Ios. Kawaht.
Walmea A Kankao.
J II KapnnlaL
X. KTJAKA, Xlniiter of Finance.
WEDNESDAY, 0CT0BEE 0. 1880.
As v the employment of Mr. Laznrmi by the
later Ministry, to go abroad to bay
Corernraent "strophe," o1 ly ' f 1001 a year,
rith fire per cent, commiiedocs nnd all expenses
paid, we can only say that it ia on a par with the
"child-like and bland innoeenoa wnich opened
the public coffers to Mr. Gibson.
Ir "Lex," the jldrerfiwr correspondent, had read
our columns in tho -early part of thejear, ho would
see that we haTO no need of repeatinf; our riews ns
judges sitting in the Legislature. He complains
that no one replies to his censure upon one of the
justices of the Supreme Court sitting upon the
Board of Immigration. We liaxe no donbt -that
the gentleman in question would gladly withdraw
from that place lit a hint from any respectable or
responsible citizen thstitwas even doubtful wheth
lie should remain there. But an anonymous
writer can hardly expect so much consideration.
Speaking f Jr ourselves, we should not hesitate in
person to inform any judge of the Supreme Oourt
we held any such -new; But if ".Lei" is
sound, no judge should sit in the Privy Council,
or in any Body which advises and consents
to any executive action.
We hare not seen Dr. Keilson's report about th'e
lepers, but it seems that it was on his recommen
dation to the, (late) President of the Board of
Health to the effect that mutton would Tie good
for those unfortunates, that the (late) President
of the Board of Health approved the purchase
from himself by the (late) Board of Health, of
1,000 of his sheep. But Dr. Neilson ought not to
be held to account for the (late) president of that
Board taking from its public appropriation the
sum of $2,000 for his sheep before they were delivered.
The sheep it appears are still
Ianai, and being of the brand known as mortgaged
sheep, and the mortgagee objecting to their
removal, -they are likely to remain there. The
conditions of this deeircable sale are reported to
haTe been, that tho buyer should take them on
Lanai. JWo hear that the freight thence, to
is fifty cento a head, and that the loss in transportation
is ten per cent., making these sheep cost
$2 75 each, tmitaUor in advance !
It is rumored that the late cabal had it on their
cards to cause every white official, who was not
with them or of them, to be removed from office.
This is quite equal to what is known of their
doings, and such a plan throws light upon the
course which the is pursuing.
The complaint is loudly made by our contemporary
that natives are now unrepresented in the Government,
and that the country is now ruled exclusively
in the interests of capital and foreigners. We
deny that suck allegations axe true in fact. The
immensi law-making power or the Legislature is
almost inclusively in the hands of the aboriginal
race. The Governors and most of the District
Justices are natives, nnd a large proportion of'the
offices ior which competent naties can be found
are already filled with natives. That an
Generalrsiust be EOBjci t outside of the Hawaiian
race, and that a Minister of .Foreign Affairs must
be kept, wno, knows tne ordinary diplomatic
tesiesand requireraente, can hardlv xrith honesty j
k'VAAwn unucu. innim fnvu. AAwniitiii jjum
being ignored because Jiawaiians are not placed in
the Cabinet is all based on the fact that a f ex such
appointments have been made in the lajt sixyears.
It is made by those who wish to manipulate public
business to suit their own purposes.
Trxz question is often asked, and sometimes by
men who are experienced in government elsewhere,
why iaJhere st) ranch difficulty in governing
this country, with its population uCsay sixty
thousand souls ? A single ward in many of our
large, cities of the United States rnay have as many
inhabitants as there are in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
The answer can be given-only by those who understand
that in the United States the municipal governments,
Ihe. not their only govern
ment, but are in many important respects subject
to the .respective governments of the States and of
the United States ; and further; that this government,
although over so small a nation insignificant
as fars numbers or weal th 16 deal
with the same questions of domestic and of international
policy as exist in large countries,
requiring far their dno consideration ns much
forethought, good judgment and skill here as they
do elsewhere. The variety of nationalities here is
a fact which must always be borne in mind. The
recent experience of the aboriginal race in all matters
of state-craft, or in any system of jurisprudence,
is also & circumstance "requiring great prudence
on the part of the rulers. The King, "by
recognizing the great fact which is as old as history,
that brains control every civilized community;
and that io the long run no government is
satisfactory or Bale either to' the rulers orthe ruled
unless directed by braint and integrity, two qualifications
which always secure recognition nnd respectability,
can be ruler of a prosperous and
happy. Bateau. rVTe hope that bo hjjiocritiMl
will succeed in clouding' his judgment in
this matter for the future.
The work of cleansing the Augean stables of
corruption, mistsanagement, and, we are- almost
justified in writing, raii, which the
Ministry left behind them has been taken up in
earnest. We shared in the hope of our contemporary
tha Prea, that the documents connected with
the recent transactions might haTe been published.
Enough,howeTer,has leaked out to enable the general
public to judge what kind of men were lately
in office and what kind Of men were Tiangiogto
their coat tails; to judge and to condemn, for after
the publication of the agreement between Minister
Bush and Walter Murray Gibson in the matter of
the AdrertUer purchase, and further after the confession
of the sheep contract so brazenly
admitted in last Wednesday's Erprest, there can
lie but one opinion as to the verdict that ought to
be passed upon the late Ministry and their friends.
How well the two transactions above alluded to
aeeord with the words of .the Honenlle Walter
Murray Gibson on August 4th last will eataly be
seen. On that occasion jliow eloquently and in
what rounded and sonorous periods he denounced
"rings,' how sarcastically he alluded to the Government
enterprise,' in buying the Pomare. What
a noble sentiment was uttered when he said,
"Kings have beenregarded asiataL" We agreed
with him then and we agree with him now. Kings
are fatal ; but on the of August no " King" was
in existence, it came into being on the 13th. It is
curious also to note how the "cohesive" power of
rings is ucitwme the moment the metnberBef them
are out of office. The state of affairs now presents
the late Mkiisry,B&.i4s following in the position
of children who 'Viten charged with robbing an
orchard, are anxjoaa to shift the blame from one to
fee other lifce." ha Jiel jtcflTTflelkfcod is greatly
in among ho late "cohesive" unit&
-What ifee country would have, come to bad the
late Ministry eoaltesect in 'omce'Ti few weeks
lonccritis not hard to guess. Knin, utter,
trievable ruin was staring us in the. face. Financefe
jobbing .rampant forelitTi
the whoto roaehinery of gorerHment out of
eti Ereeperiay wbseB,he Kawaaae naCoaJia
within fee last few years taken panuoage. And this
ruin Circmld not haTe come so heavily on the
could mow oaf into other ooantnes, commence
imr. and in a few -man be as-well off as ever-:
IpatllaeMtarjs'laMarfjoiflsW soB; de-
SrooHilTsdlumaeir terioaalydenaeited'iii uuraeaB
vsjlaarawissitiat: Thk iswhsrt Use "Jhne,"oa'
weald have atoae k theBation wanph that
wp from ads SMbvastwo, the Males of-
pine from his eres, mayweU y hn he seea Jfr.
Gibson stripped of clamor with Wtfa be tea the
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v.It Is Bot aasy'toflee tha object at Mr. Gibson's
erbeoaeadnot rieire to beboona irlrrUiijfe to
Se inriaU, tssjwl Mis Xtilir." 'Sot w hts
arEliationswiBh Xessrs. Moreno, Itashawd'jones,
need they Ktve rcquirod" sealed instrument of the
him, to bind him to do all the Government printing
and binding for two years atWfr onf by
raletj" ( but not at the rates ebnrod by.Mr, or
Black). Ills clear that by this kgreoment'Mrt for
Gibson, besides his $5,000 . for buying-the
Adrtrilnr, meant to get a promisewhich would
bind Mr. Bush's SBceessors to give him the public
printing for two years. But he also agreed, "to
support the Hawaiian Government and its policy,
and pursuo a line of discussion in said newspaper
best calculated to carry out the measures of His
Hawaiian Majesty's- Government," failing-to do he
which he agreed to " refund th4 money advanced,
except as much of the advance as has been
In nrintlrm ntid liindinffi Trie editor of the
JaYrriWhad his cnancelast Saturday, in its first
issue since the new Ministry, to show his idea of
"supporting the Hawaiian Government and its
policy," by denouncing both. It is hard to sit on
two stools at once ; and our esteemed contemporary
illustrates the difficulty of iW position.
Tub AaBjaorjarr made tixaSSthjimr o Jiugtut,
1680, by and between Wal.txb M. Ginsos, of the
one part andJotrx E.Brjgn, Minister of the Interior
of the Hawaiian Government, of the other
That the said W. M. GnsoTwin consideration of
the sum of Fro TnousaKO Dollars, $5,000),
pail in advance by the said Jonx E. B.CSH,
r as af oresaioVf or the public printing and
the Hawaiian Government, under the control
of the several Ministerial Departments-' and
for the further considerations hereinafter men"
tioned. hereby nsrrees to purchase the stock, sub
scription list and good will of the Printing and
Binding Establishment and Stock connected therewith
of the Pacific Commercial Udrertitrr, a
published in How, iTatraixin lilandt;
at the sum of Irroat'TnocsAiTn DotiAio, ( 15,-OO?
),nad to conduct, -manage, raid tint said newspaper, f
which is still to retmn its name as the
Commercial Adctrtiter and to support the
Hawaiian Government and its policy, and pursue
a line of discussion in said newspaper best calculated
to carry out the measures of His Hawaiian
Majesty's Government; to fce inrariaNg legal to
If 1 .Vajettjr; and to do all printing and book binding
required by the Hawaiian Government at fair
and reasonable rates, (not to excttd tlie price here
to) on charoea try the jormer jnfprtetor y 4 he -ram
Pacific Commercial Advertiser), and to repay the
sum heieby advanced in the said Printing and
Binding nt the Raid fair and reasonable rates.
And tne said J. E. Bcsn, Minister aforesaid hereby
agree to advance the above sum of Five
Dolijxs, ( $5,000 1, to the said W. M. Gibson
lur uie priuuu uuu uiuuuiui uic uiiviiuuu
in order that he may purchase the printing
Presses, Stock, Subscription list, and Good
wul of the Pacific Commercial Advtrtiter, and
Binding Establishment connected therewith; and
the stock thereof, and to give the Raid W. M. Gibbon
all the Public Printing and Binding of tho
Hawaiian Government rmder the control of the
said Ministerial Departments, for the biennial period
commencing irom the prorogation of the
Legislative Assembly of lSS0,or ns long as the said
'YVAurxnM. Gibson, shall comply with and fulfill
the stipulation) above specified on his part to be
performed and fulfilled, ami it is hereby agreed
that a failure -to comply shall operate as a forfeiture
of this agreement on tho part of the said W. M.
GixaoM, and he shall refund the money advanced,
except as much of the advance as has been cancelled
in printing and binding.
The abore agreement to be obligatory on the said
W. M. Gibson, his heirs, assigns, and personal representatives,
nnd on the said Jons E. Bcsn,
Minister as aforesaid and his successors in office.
In testimoHv whereof we have hereunto signed
our names and affixed our reals, the day ami date
abort AValtes M. Gibson, seal.
John E. Bcsn. sun..
Minister of Intciror.
The Rentence in parenthesis, in italic, in the
was erased before signing the contract.
Il is now again the role of the editor of the
to lie mal content, an opponent of tho
Ministry. His comments upon the present Cabinet
are tnat vrmie tnej "are wen qnaiinea to inspire
confidence, i their appointment is " a concession
to the business interests of the foreign community,
and ignores a representative of the Hawaiian race.
The claims of property are held paramount, and
the interests of the people, the Sovereign constituent
of tbU.JUngdom are of secondary
and unrepresented in ihe Government."
Hence he argues, "that snch a change must
carry with it the bane of a continued feeling of
our public Rffairs;" that "this aV
jxtrturefrom all former jirecedents leaves (he public
mind still unsettled, because it is natural that
the Hawaiians should resent an arrangement irliirh
,;0tvl eir,but which apparently caste a alur
npon the whole race." Thus far his irerfnetToy
Express. Last Saturday his Advertiser comes out
with the following remarkable language, to which
we invite public scrutiny: "It is folly to
. pose that the native rwpolation of Uheso Islands
"will bH down contentedly under an exclusive foreign
domination, or that they will YieWtWith .complaisance
the spectacle of their King surrounding himself
with foreign advisers to tte entire exclusion of
their own race." He goes onto say that "''they
know the sentiment of the lung is wholly in
with their own, and feel that he must
havo unwillingly yields to clamor and agitation
raised and kept up with the view of intimidating
We do not seek to exult over those whose political
lot must now be regarded ns forever damned,
as far as all honest and legitimate action goes.
Kor hae we e,ver felt called upon to ventilato doings
of a quarter of a century or more ago in other
countries in order to exphuu a parallel
course in this country. But we cannot conceive
that any sane and sensible man, be he in power or
not, be the color of hisskin what it- may, can fail
to recognize the unhesitating misrepresentation of
facts ia the .hope of gaining influence, the readiness
to cater to and arouse the most dangerous
elements in society, for tho accomplishment of his
ends which have, marked the course of our contemporary
the Adrertiscr. No one better than he
knows thiit the appointment of a Cabinet exclusively
oFforeigneis is hot new, but that with one exception,
no other Cabinet was over known until
within the last six years. That one exception was
the appointment Jy King LihoUho of Us brother
Lot Kamehameha as a Cabinet officer. But when
Lot became King, he took good care to have none
but trained nnd experienced advisers. No one
knows, better than our contemporary that the
present Cabinet became a necessity, not from
'clamor and agitation," or "intimidating;' but
in consequence of the country having beenbrought
to the verge of ruin in the ill-advised course taken
towards nations bv a nativa Ciliinpf
with tho addition of. Mr. Moreno,, whom Mr.
in the Legisktme and 'Mri W-C
Jones, whom he has -thoroughly endorsed in .his
newspaper. AndUie editor of tno Irf reWijsf r is no
fool. He knows' that natives to whom he would
inot entrust the charge of a country retail store, are
'intelnaHJn tiWRjin tha afTniia 41ia nnnnv
He knows that it ison buch merrtbateueh lobs as are
now being shown npcanbe Imposed. Nomtelligent
men (with possibly a single somewhat unaccountable
exception) can long be deceived by his delusions.
We would not for a moment class him in
thejow grade of his old friend Moreno. The flatJ
tery of the latter is so .gross, his arts are so transparent,
and his' chimerical plans ?re so devoid of
ssnse that we pity tho man whom be could mislead.
'JOxe resent -transactions' by jvhich Mr. Gitaon
induced Mr. Bush to lavish upon him so large a.
part of the jieople's money may not bear tha test
of legality, as they certainly are not such as a nice
aense of propriety can approve. His taking $5,000
to buy put a printing establishment, and to
it in the interests of his patrons ( or victims
rather) may seem to him to bo defensible on political
grounds. But he seems to ns rather lite a
man of many goodimpulscs who never allows him
self to be truejo himself, or to his own sense of
right, any more than hois true to others. We have,
no doubt that he will continue his efforts to arouse
the native Hawaiian prejudices .against the white
race. He may continue lofinccwdin.makingaome
trouble to others ns well as tp himself j but here
miins a man of brilliant but lost
to himself if not to others.
Hon. HnoDcs has given his "
for the good of the Hawaiian .Kingdom ht
a letter to the Commercial Advertiser. "If," says
he, the gentlemen approved of and supported by
ntio influence ofj the GizETTEhad been as earnest
'in working for the independence- add happmess of
the people as one would gather from its writings
they had oeen, myJ conviction is thai we should
beahappycoTnmnnity.'' We are not sure whether
Mr. Bhodes refers to the present Cabinet or to the
Wilder Cabinet. If to the latter, then he implies
that Messrs. Wilder, Preston, KaaiJ Wd Xapena
were sot GoSoently ia earnest for- tho independence
and welfare of the psople.n Wjf havo sever
doabted the sincerity -in that respeji of any of
tfceae gta tinmen, although
they can hardly have thought that the;
GAaerTrtraeitedtotbemiaseh. Wo havo reason
endorsement of it ostentatjooely
tfeff yrfatsiaiy 'Sjrprst od lAdmrfyer.
We' srtatBlr.believa thaAtoAhest of is'kBop
edge p4 abirHy each aesBberof tfcege
titrations has worked and will work earnestly foe
general objects to which Mr. Bbodea refers.
Bat, says Mr. Rhodes, Mr. Carter was sent to England
to promote a plan foryinBJririileMi,ad
returned without having obeyed larftestrueloe,
thereby being disloyal to Umj' KkeatecoarieoM
1.. ,!.& Tit!el, QnMWtttnT, anJ fill in A ' ""J
Legislature called for Mr. Carter to appear be-
fore them, its resolution to that effect was opposed
the Ministers, who laid it, as he says, before one
more of tbo Supreme Court Jodgea and asked
aiviec 1 Kelt the Mimsler of Foreign Affadrs
laid a ietterJtroai theiiinc bef ora.tha Lsgjabtture,
which Mr. Rhodes regards as insulting, and "a
fitting introduction to wfaat has "taken place
within the last sir weeks." This letter was not
forthcoming when called for by the late Assembly.
And when Mr. Rhodes proposed to memorialise the
King to make another attempt to introduco Hindus,
says he found opposed to him two Judges of the.
Supremo Courttho Ministers of Finance Jind the
Interior, and the Ambassador ; and later on, the
late Minister of professing to give
his correspondence with plan tens, "mereliaaU and'
others, on this subject, emitted soraaforty or more
planters on the sixty-two plantations and n petition
signed by more than one hundred and twenty
merchants and shopkeepers ot Honolulu." On
this indictment, Mr. Bhodes thinks that "all the
arbitrary acts that have lately taken place may be
traced hack as a consequence of that letter and
similar unconstitutional proceedings for years
past :" nnd he calls upon ns to say whether the
sending, of the letter above mentioned from the
Sovereisn to the Legislature was constitutional or
not. we reply mat we well remember, tne introduction
of that letter. H ho means to ask whether
as an adviser of the King we should have advised -its
introduction, we reply No. But when an Assembly
calls upon a royal ambassador to make
known directly to that body his instructions from
tn sovereign, ana tne omciai steps no bad taken,
for which ho reports and is responsible onlv to the
Government and the Sovereign.Ve are inclined to
think it transcend its powers, and has no serious
cause to complain if, it gets a royal reminder to
that effect. Certainly we. fail to see in the letter or
in the East Indian affair any sign of "the rule of
rand and conspiracy madly aimingat the
triumph of evil over eternal justice." Mr. Rhodes
further asks ns if wo do not know that one of the
gentlemen. we now support has publicly declared
that "there are times when the Constitution Kinks
into insignificance," and what we " say to that."
We reply that we do not remember arrr snch remark
having been made, and that if it was made,
we should wish to know under what circumstances
and in what connection, before we could comment
upon it. We are strict constructionists of constitutional
law, not easily led to recognize any necessity
of departing from it. We have never yet known
any such necessity. Mr. Bhodes finally "officiously
ofiers his advice to King Ealakaua to make an
autographic .appeal to the head of each of the
erful and benevolent countries whose representatives
havo intervened, to continue their intervention
to the extent of causing a searching international
examination into Hawaiian affairs, and
devising measures to save himself nnd his country
from the dangers threatening it."
To this advice thus publicly offered, we would
say that we hope and believe that matters will not
come to such a pass as to require foreign intervention
of any kind. We have heard a good deal
about certain "charges" against the Diplomatic
Corps ; that they in one instance declared that his
Government would not intervene except to protect
its own people; and that between the Monday
when Moreno was appointed to the Foreign Office
and the following Wednesday when he left it, they
had not.seen fit to .write any official, letters acknowledging
receipt -of his letter 'announcing to
them his appointment; but to call this "intervention"
is .to definition, of -the word. 11
really seems to ns that Mr. Bhodes confounds a
differing m opinion with himself as to the feasi
bilit) or desirableness cf getting people uere from
India, with a plot full of treason, stratagems and
spoils. As to the correctness of his view about
those people, although we have not as yet accepted
it. we do not regard those ns traitors to the country
who believe or who dibbclieve in such a project,
and we are ready and desirous to get more, information
about it. We regret to see one
appear to be honest, so ready to assail the
motives of others who fail to agree with him.
Tnx sleight of hand people ought not to exhibit
on the streets, if they do at their " entertainments"
that shocking picture, simulating the , cheerful
operation of one man beheading anolher. We protest
in tho natnoof morality and good taste against
such scenery being protruded before the eyes of all
the town. This is meant in no unf riendiy
way, but unless those pictures are removed voluntarily,
or by order of the proper authorities, we are
informed that individuals will commence proceedings.
It is an unfortunate custom by which the remains
of deceased chiefs and chief esses are kept for
many weeks IxiOre buriaL The pressure upon the
family and near kindred of the long continned
night crowds and wailing must be almost
beyond endurance. Tho effect of the night
must also bo verv bad nhvsicallr if not moral
ly upon the watchers. Wr. really think that it would
be a blessing to all concerned if the costly koa coffins,
the making of which causes much of this delay,
could be allowed to go into disuse, in favor of
others requiring less time.
Drr&Bi o the Moreno week a good many humorous
things andtlona; "The""sireet talk "was
largely made up of what the speakers had heard
others say, or had heard that they had said, often
to be sure mingled with their report of what they
Tiad themselves said to others. There were several
individuals .-who. m some wayj got for themselves
..v .u.w v. uf.wu, .u... n..w n..u .rv wv.. ..m.j
carded as such, that the secret information
-which they culled must have been of great value.
Undoubtedly there were self-important
iwecns wno were - noimng unless tuey couia teu
of some strange doings or sayings.
The funeral of her late Grace Fanny Young took
rjlaco on Sunday last. The procession was to start
at 230, but before 12 crowds had begun to assemble
about the house of Her Majesty Queen Emma.
The coffin, a very handsome one, was wheeled
down an incline to the hearse. Surrounding the
hearse was a number of kahilis, large and small.
We have seldom seen so handsome a display of
these emblems of Hawaiian royalty. The whole of
the arrangements about the hearse, the Ahahni
Foola and the Ahahni Opiopio looked well, nay
had a sort of solemnity about them, as also the
first few carriages which came after the hearse :
but in other parts of the proceesion there was no
regularity of marching. This is all to be ac-counted"for
by the absence of 'any military. Properly
drilled men are an essential to tho dignity of
any displav of this kind. There was very Jittle
wailing. 'The absence of tho King's official carriage
excited some comment. The foreign representatives
were present at the ceremony at Queen
Emma's residence, but did not join in the procession.
The Ministers and Justices of the
Court, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, Buth
Mr. Cleghom were in the procession, but not
Mr. and Mrs. Dominis, or Mrs. Cleghom.
Zrtttcr frost Zb.SoveraBoo.
Hilo, Sept. 30th, 1880.
EnnoB Gaxttte Sir: As Mr. Bowser's new
Directory has advertised me as keepingfa boarding
house in Hilo,I foelitmy traveling
community to notify JIimd, through' the medium
of your paper, that such is not the case. It is a
business which I have nover solicited, and Mr.
Bowser was not authorised by me to put any such
advertisement in his Directory.
Yours truly, !. Szveuancx.
X.. TJV. HOBP,
fJSr ADDITION TO HIS DAHGE
JL and varied assortment of
rJ ."UjEfcTV IT?UB3E
Has recently added an
'in DIB esiADitsnment, wnerc maj ov tuonu
A SJJPEELIOE ASSORTMENT OF COFFINS
And Caskets, of the be't material and workmantnlp.
willshortlr be In receipt of a Sew Alcnrse,
wnlch will be rented oatatmoderale rates. " SSI
nSetaS Tar sale by XlV. feCnABPSOy A CO,
A TJi7AOOiLrarT6 BKKiAIiTD
TSs'to tfcePACIWC CtWOIEBCIAfc
0ce P JsiiadiBg t3D daTofAnpwt
Einst be seUledVriUi i. H. Blact only. All lndtatedneas
np to the sanw date will be,aajUd fc? jjjibiji CS
' aeeAtspsatJK.WM: MT-2
or eatAXmr wHd eattte or horses on abs
- . . " . -. , A a.,.1
vroBUaea momi as &ai
fneekea, IsUffld ot Hai - -
tSOem M. AJFURU.
"' f TnxSN!BAK T C
. TOBIX.VHate4 J f
For Freight or passage, apply to
891 H. HACKFKLD & CO., A (rents.
J ! iTHFjSTiUNCn scnoosFR
well found In every Respect, For partiolirs apply to
818 T. R. roSTKH A Co, on Ksplanadc.
POR SA'tf 'FR'ANGISeo.
TlIE FAErrSAlUNO BARKEKTIKE
Jane A. Fsdkinburg
WilL;havo Quick;D(sptck.for afeave Pert.
For or pa'sssMre apply to
821 a CASTLt? A COOKE, Agents.
1?0R SAN FRANCISCO.
TIIK AI AHXRICAKBAItK
For Freight or Passage, apply to
881 i CASTLE A COOKE. Agents.
The Fast Sailing Darkenttnc
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For frtljht or to"
813 H. IIACKF.ELD A CO.. Agents.
New York and Honolulu Packet line.
JV5T Aa TUSSEIi WIIiTiBK i.
nntou for this port directTto sail from "
New Yort. ahont DKCKMBKH lat. Parties desiring to
secure space for their merchandise bj this popular Una
will do well to send their orders rarlT.
vr. il ckossSax & buo
817 1 3m -gents, Honolnln.
C. BREWER & C .'S
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
o- THE A 1 T.ARK
Will leave Boston for Honolulu Direct on
or about the 15th of November next,
For f nrther particulars apply to
S10 3m C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
Regular Packet iorjilo & Kaupakuea.
The Clipper Schooner
.HALE AK ALA!
For Frelxht or Faaaaie, apply to .
tOIlm Al.LKN A HODINSON, AlfDta. .
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
WWall from Honolnln tollllo direct, and will call s i
intermediate Torts on the return trip.
For Freight or rateogc apply to the Captain on board,
1 or ,A. FUAXK COOKE, Agent.
TIOVEES Tj&JTSY ,E
KING. 1 t I MAS'IXK
Tuesday, September 11th, 5pm - HI
Tuesday, Sejtcmber 21st, 5 p m. Clrcnlt of Hswt
Tuesday. facptemberSlh, 5 p m .....HI
So Credit for rnsanjre
Ve positively decline to open accounts for Pass air
and we particularly call the attention of the travel!
public to the necessity of having Baggage and Frelr
plainly msrKed; the steamer will.nyt be. reiponsiL
foranynntnarked Bajjagc, or for Freight" or Tarce.
Freight Honey Sue on Demand.
Inrall cues of freight for parties not responsible,- f
unknown, the freight money will be required In advani
lM.CU.AUEa or LIQUORS nnit W ISLH MUfc
BE PLAINLY SIARKED
For the party whom they are for, or plainly stated in tl
receipt to whom they arc consigned.
All demands for damage or loss mnet be made with
In no w ay liable for los or accident to live stock.
Hack Drivers. Boys, and snch like, will not 1
allowed on board the Meamer on arrival, until after tl
pasgenecra hate been lauded.
6i ,t WILDKB &. CO.
PACIF.C MAIL STEAMS HJP COMPANY
TUX SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRJUCISC
On or about Monday, Oct. 25.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TIIE SPLESDID RTEAJISIIIP
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or about Monday, Nov. 1st,
'or Frelxht and Passage, apply to
SOS Jo. il. U ACKFKLD &CO..A ceuts.
Goods lor Shlpmeut per Steamer can no
be Tree ot Cliarge. In tbo Flrcpro
IVn rrltoiiwe) nesr She Meamer ttliarf.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORL
Two Sailings Every Week
' JFOft'LlTERPOOLt t '
From JTeic York every Wednesday,
From Dotlon every Saiurdat
RATES" OF PASSAGE:
Cabin'. i - .880, nnil 8I0O Uol
; 5TAexordlDt to Accommodation.. -
"jKTTrB5riOKBf!OJt PAVo'rAOLK TKRMa.
Steernce 52S Cnrrency
, (Good accomnjodauona'can sisrayab" ieenred on.appl
WItXIASIS, SIUOSD & Co ,
n aula St., Boston,
C. O. FRAKCKLTN,
1 ! 4 Dowlinx Ureeo, New Tork.
VoUce to Passengers from Anitralla. New Zealand an
Hnnolnln. ThoCnnard Line'aJTotds more than osnalf.
duties to tnrongh passengers from ports, U.
freqnrncT of iu aiillng pnclodlni all .poaslbUltj of dela.
la New Yorlc .
Good accommodations alwaja reserred.
C. O. VRANUKLYN.
SOU lr r sCowUngllrecn. Sew York.
ik. FRANK COOKE
nfvTW.nTnB' VflT TiMTTVn rniSTTBffW
AUis 1 tWis i. ww i .- vwuwshmw.
Gexu Slegel Kialnsay
r and 'Maria, t -
JUIO Bed with While Hall. Office-Corner of (fcneen
M7 and yanann Htieets - I
tfjz C. Brewer & Co. Agents, gr.
WSi reeelTed atorage Free 4BK
tad liberal cash adraaeea made on shlbmeats by this lias.
"SO-1 j C. BUEWEK A CO.
C. Brewer & Co. Agents. &&
yaTorablearraneementa can si ware Utt&(
afrattaaEf andakiDmBlef0B. Btre'.STont. rWsea
and otasr Mercbandlie to27cw Bedford. Bot4on, Xew Tork
and TthsrEMtarnPorls.;CaaJiAJTaur nyyls.,.
- " -'" c. BfBirrc.
OTJlB3r G-ATE, FTjOTJK.
Extra Fawf! Floor,
Bras, Ueoan4 Barley, WsoteBartsyi
Com Seal, for feod.
Oatmeal, Com XeaJ, .
CcackedHneit IB W .1mYA
., Stsh aad dU.
T3C JJkltMsMI,!? IMM BATi
Lftax 5. .. of
riZxJ EKTIESyQGK OF $15,60
4 SXPJSC21XG A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
NEW GOODS DIRECT, FROM NEW YORK
lwyjj UWbW 4bVf M dMIsssValdsV sa
MY STOCK KUST II XlDtKJlD !
Prices to Suit-Ail.-
Prices Below other Hcraae.
Ladies, jtoiiot Jail tpJsit my
As tho Heaycist Eeduction has been
J i ' sooio
NO. 103 FORT STREET,
Formerly occupied by the late Mrs. Black, bes to la-form
the ladles ot Honolnln, and of the adjacent
Islands, that sbe will keep constantly
lor isle a. splendid, and most ;
Hats Trimmed in the Latest Styles,
And executed In the moat
Brilliant and Delicate Nicety of the Art
She leares a standing order with her agsnlt to con
FOEWABS KEE BY THE STSAJOSS
LATEST it MOST ADVANCED STYLES
In toe Art or Millinery.
Ttotwlthstandln; the extra expense of rettlnr Goods
to thla Kingdom, HKlt CI1AUQKS WILL HE AS MOD
ERATJi as those af tho Milliners on the Coast.
She will also keep a Select Stock
07 LADIES' AXD CHILDREN'S
READY MADE CLOTHING.
PlCjpiftQjTG & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF MERCHANDISE
GENERAL FORWARDING AGENTS
,Y , 03 KLIfl STKECT,
OBE BOOS FB0H lOKT ST., HONOLULU, H. I.
CHICKERINC & SONS'
40 YEAES BEFOHE TEE PUBLIC!
Sols Arents for the Hawaiian Islands, . ,
PICKERING A CO.
The Attention of Planters
And all wlihlog thrir Orders
Filled and Dispatched W(thent Belay.
Small Commissions, c.
Address ns, P. 0. Box ST, or
82 KINO STKlitT HQ.fOI.tIlYc) H. I.
eBl m '
we'Invitb Tilt Attention of
Cotton Nets and Seines.
TIIET AltE MOKE DURABLE,
haul easier, less expenslre and lighter than Hemp.
tar There fa not a Hemp Selae rued la the
Kets. Seines er Traps of any maznitnde made to order
In tlie best manner. Hoped In or In the Sheet.
AMKKICAS MITT AMD Ht.IXE C.,
SIS 6m Boston. U. S. A.
FIYB, IT. It PEEP'S, vpbight
Vnirliia mnA Ttrtllsats
1 Circular Hivr, with Table,
3 15-Inch Slnthonr'a I'umps, capacity 2M to SB Mils.
eacn per mlnnte .with pipe, strainers, and check
I S-Inch Slnlhow'a Force Pomp, capacity 40 to 60
galls per minnte.
1 Tnstin, Ilore Power.
1 Tank, built of Kedvood by Jfr. Brans; diameter
10 ft, helzht 8 f t, with extra hoops.
with 40 reet'hlcnf will sUnd any
Some of these thlnrs remain at JadsaXcCnilr's place.
Inquire of 819 tf H. lyaEL.
FOR SALE BY
E. HOFFSCHXAZGER Sc CO.
mm ma& conpiin riTocic
THIS , PIiANTATIOX HAg
Its second season, of lSS tons of Sbsar, asak.
lngSK tons maanfactnred aince April UU tm. Tlio
next crop, of aboataSB acres, wlllboready to'eaaaaaeitae
rrindlngabootSoTeinberlSta. The plantatloo Is will
found la erery has svudasce of water fee
and anaiiac of case ; ad aador Use Buaatwaseat
of Mr. Geo. H. Dole, and tie ipersou auperrlsloa ot Um
A Umlted imaber of share of tie capital stock an
Received per Ella!'
"fWeby wta juiucxntue0
HBic:r.flf 'i -e
Store andPrice my GroS,
made. Call early sad secure
THE C. O. P. B.
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
CHRSKR FWRT AN HsTEZ.NTB.
ELLA. AND LATE AEltlTALSl
For. Sale at Low BatM
BY E. P. flT)ftTWt
Libby, McNeUiGibbs" Corned Beet aad Lsaefc
Boast Beef nnd Mutton,
Baltimore Green Peas,
French Petit Pok, ,
Pork nnd Beoss,
Golden Gate and Catting & Co Table Trait,
Poaches, Pears, Grapes,
Apricots, Plmns, ete,
Golden Gate and Cutting & Co's
Fruita, Jams and JelBn,
Soda and Milk Crackers In Una and cases,
Assorted Crackers ia tics.
Refined Cube Sugar.
Fine Japan and China Tens,
Candles, Mnatant, Pepper, -
Preston & Morrili'i Yeaat Powder,
Best Kerosene Oil, 150, ,
Cases Sardines, X and K
Extracts Lemon k. V anila.
Cases Little Neck Clams,
Casea McMnrray's Oyitert,
Cases Lobs tira,
Cases Condensed Milk,
Cases Barataria Shrimp,
Lea & Perrin's WorcertwrMra Stase.
Table Salt in 101b bags,
BeteedLard ia tfaw,.
Kegs Fresk CallfftTHia Batter, '.
Cases Fiab Chcnrder,
Cases Fish Balls,
Refined Castor OH, ,
Fine Hair OH,
Assorted Candies iataas,
Cases Corn Starck,
3?li2. Olro OH,
FRESH CALIFORNIA POTATOES,
Dried Apples in boxes, ic
tg" Orders from the otlita Masd carrinlly at
3C P. AD AMI,
I 820 Ira QseeaStj t.
TBOS. G. THRUM,
STATIONER. NEWS A6E1T
Xerchant Street, and Dealer is
Rm StatiwKy, ks, Fancy
rort Street (Brewer's Block).
Keceire d for eich Dentrtmeat errrr samsO, itsd
epcci. urscrs Hieaaeu u .
The Bindery Bepartmwit
IacWT and Comoeient Woctsaew la the chr, to at
mnfmm w aTesaiauo jwoa;
AT HASD THIS WW, A.7IXI
Stataasy, FasM rod
Jfnmth, MJB; amt, aad aMssc Ast Gao,
TckswdnBfcyetw, Oast Wafoaa, MM.
T - JT STRUCT TWsg"
ltich's mr F1CTWB.