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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 22 April 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE PUBLISHED Every Wednesday Horning, AT 8MX PER Mailed to Foreign Snbaerlbrra at $7.00. Office On Merchant street, west of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT I THE "GAZETTE" 0171CB Is now prrpartd to cxecnie all order fbr no" 'ID jjiey riim. OF ETrsr .DESCMPTIOS, WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH the Post Office, Honolulu, H. I. j Printed and iroblished by J. Mott SMTH. at the j TT AT T"VT T"V "I A ' OorernmrDt IMntlng Offlce, to whom 11 btulaw. V I I I . IV - A I I I i- r communlcmUou. intut t dJrwi. ' w 1J' At "V' HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1868. $6.00 PER YEAR. tic BUSINESS NOTICES. BIcCOLOAN As JOHNSON, MERCHANT TAILORS, FORT STEEET, HONOLULU, 10 Oppoalle T. C. Heuch'a. fly IRA RICHARDSON, EUPORXEIt AND dealer IN BOOTS, SHOES & GENTLEMEN'S FUR NISHING GOODS, Corner of Fort aud Merchant Streets, SJ IIOXOL,ULTJ, II. I. ly LANGLEY, CBOWELL & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cor. Bntlcry and Clay Streets, SAS FRANCISCO, CAL. C-3m EDWIN JONES, OEOCER AST) SHIP CHANDLER,...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 22 April 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. J. MOTI' SMITH, Director of the Government Press, HONOLULU: "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 18C8. The Legislative Assembly was opened by Royal Commission, at the Court House, on Saturday, at noon. The Commissioners, H. H., Mateio Ke Icnatjpa, the venerable father of the King, and His Honor, E. H. Allen, Chief Jus tice and Chancellor of the Kingdom. left "the Palace underasalute from Punch-Bowl, attended by the staff-officers, and escorted 'by the Cavalry, under command of Major C. H- Judd. At the Court House, the Household troops were drawn up in dress parade. On the Judges' platform wa3 placed the 'Throne chair, covered with the mantle, supported on either side by the Royal Ka hilis. 'iler Majesty Dowager Queen Emma, and Her Majesty Dowager Queen Kaiama, with the AliU of the Kingdom and the House of Nobles, were seated on the right. the House of Representatives in front, and the Acting Minister of the United States, H. B. M.'s Commissioner and Consul Gen eral, II. I. M.'s C...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 22 April 1868

bbbbI t 7 . COMMERCIAL. IWHOLVLU, APRIL 21, lbCS. Snrcz onr list issue, we LtT6 a number of foreign arrivals to rport. Til. : The It L Lane from flow. UpJ's I.lsyd, the Ksmelismebs V from the Gutno Wands, the HUtie O limit, S djl from Baker's Island, and the American bark Jennie Prince, from San Joan, for Baker's Island. The bark Celestia, of the Hawaiian Packet Line, arrived on the lTth, with the mails, merchandise and pawtenfrers, to Walker t Alien. San Francisco dates are opto the 24th nit. There IS nothing very important in commercial matters. The weather was bad and roads in the interior nearly Jm- passablewithtkelateheaTjralna, Salesof Ilawaiian No. 1 sugars at 11 11JJ, and some very rbofre at 12c CoH, in New York, by the latest telegrams, 133, which shows a gradual decline. The bark B 0 Murray left this port March Jth, arrired at San Francisco on the 23d, after a flne ran of 16 days,-and is again folly due here. The fine American Cllper ship Syren Is loaded and will sail on t...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 22 April 1868

to hi it? 4 i EEPOET OF THE MINISTER OF FINANCE, FOR 1868. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, April 18th, 1868. By command of His Majesty, the King, the following Einan ciarBndget, required b3 the Constitution, is respectfully pre sented to the Legislative Assembly in the name of this Gov ernment. It contains classified statements of financial transactions by Government during the last fiscal period, the present condition of the Treasury, and the estimated wants and resources of the Kingdom for the next two years. I. RECEIPTS. The amounts received by the Treasury during the two years ending with March 31st, 1868, have been From Foreign Imposts 372,C41 From Fine?, Penalties and Costs. 39,538 From Internal Commerce , 82,202 From Internal Taxes .". 1C5.400 From Fees and Perquisites '. .25,549 From Government Realizations 120,907 From Miscellaneous Receipts 1 8,850 Total receipts from all sources, as per table (A) $831148 98 II. EXPENDITURES..' ' The expenditures during the two years, ending with M...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 29 April 1868

AWAIIAN GAZETTE PL'BUgllED kEvery Wednesday Horning, AT 5G.OO PEIt ANNUM. Mallcri to Foreign Saburtlun at 57.00. Office On Merchant street, west of the Post Office, Honolulu, U. I. -Printed ! imMMied by J. Mor? Smith, t the Government ITinlliiir Office, to shorn I1 buineM communication! matt be addressed. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING ESTABLISEMENTI THE "OAZLTTX" OFFICE If now pirjNU-ed to execute all wdtrt fu1 Mill .ill MET F1IIM. 07 ETEItT DESCRIPTION, WITH NEATNESS AND DIBFATGH VOL. IV NO. 15.1 HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1868. $6.00 PER YEAR. BUSINESS NOTICES. McCOI.GAJV Ar JOICVSOX, MERCHANT TAILORS, FORT STKEET, HONOLULU, 1U Opposite T. C. HencU'n. lj IRA RICHARDSON, 13IFOKTEK AAI DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES & QENTLTMETTS FTJE- KISHING GOODS, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets, S HONOLULU, II. I. ly LANGLEY, CSOWELL & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cor. Katlcrj- and Clay Streets SAI PIIAXCISCO, CAI. G-Zia EDWIN JONES, GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER, Laliatna, Maui. Money and Recruits furn...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 29 April 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. J. MOTT SMITH, Director of the Government Press. HONOLULU : WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. 16C8. BY AUTHORITY. Tie Iter. A. Kackau and the Rev. Ioani Ii hire been duly licensed to celebrate marriage in conformity with t-ec. i,ib3 or the Civil uoue. Jlr. Kaalewahia has this day been appointed Koad EuperTior for the district or Labaina Itlandf Mini. F. W. IIctchisos, MlnUter of Interior. Home OSee, April S3, 1&68. A brief sketch of the results of the expedition for the relief of the distressed on Hawaii by reason of the volcanic dis tnrbanccs, was made to the Assembly on Friday, by Ilia Excellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The visit of the King embraced all the coast visited by the tidal wave, and the districts most convulsed by the earth quake3 and eruptions. The first port vis ited on Hawaii.was Hilo, at which place, aswell as all through Puna,manyhad found a refuge from the destruction which had overwhelmed their homes. The people having been notified of the arri...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 29 April 1868

BIRTH. In Honolala, April Ut, the wife cf B. Magnet of a von. DIED. WATT Died at the Insane Hospital, of Apoplexy Mr. Joseph Witt. He ra a natlie or Scotland. In early life he went to America, and resided In Proti denee, K. I., and vicinity. He came to tbe Islands in 1SS0, and aince his arrival has been engaged ai a merchant and choc' teacher. Durluj: the lat few month I, through mental weakness and derancemeat, he baa been at the Hospital. He was a man of stern integrity and uprightness. Several of our Chlneee merchant, are Indebted to him for their knowledge of the English language. J1ASE At Malumaln, Kauai, April 22. IMS, Jo seph 1L Mase. for many yeara a resident of the l.Uodj, and formerly of Klttery, Mrine, aged yeara. MADDOX At Mafcawao, Maul, Apnl IT, IS, Da Tid Uaddox, aged M yean. COE-At Kasjoo. March 7th, 168, Albert A. Coe, aged U yeara, a natite of Xew York. COMMERCIAL. JWXOLULV. AI'JIIL 28, litfS. The foreign arrl'als aince our last iue are the Maunaloa, from Poget Sou...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 29 April 1868

5 PILL DR. ItADTVArS PILLS Dose For Resulatinj tha Liver. Stomach, Bonds, and Kidneys. Out Mil at JK?JU. For OUtinato Diseases and Chronic complafcits -J to 6 every 2-i hours. As a Dinner Till, one Pill one hour before dinins will ensure a cood cppetitr, and healthy dictation- Dr. II AD WAY'S PII.L.S nro COMPOUNDED FBOII VEGE- wlQi Sweet Gum. and arc iiioi best, quickest, llttd safest I-urpn- tlVC, Aperient. Alltl-ltllioiu and Cathartic tfedlcluc klioivn to Medical Science. One ofUr. ltndrnr' Pill con tains more or llic iictivo princi ple of cure, and will act quicker on the Elver, Bowels, Moinach, Kidneys, Bladder, Itlootl. iVc, than Tour or si: ol" tlie ordinary common Pui-Rtitlvo Cathartic I'llls sold under various names, or than ten grains or Blue .Hum. TRUE COMFORT FOR THE AGED AND OTHERS AFFLICTED WITH COS TIVENESS AND PARALYSIS OF THE BOWELS. ONE TO THREE OF KADWATS PILLS once in 24 hours will secure regular evacua tions from the bowels Persons who lor "M years hare cot enjoy...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 6 May 1868

Every Wednesday Morning, AT JtLUO PER axncsl Mailed to Foreign SuUMrlbtT at 37SM. Ornct On Merchant street, west of j ths Post Offico, lloaoluk, II. I. Wil ul riHUM I; J. Mm !m. 1 tl ' GonruMt rrtotar OSr. to wbm mBBHiH'ww MMt b wtfwwj. BUSINESS NOTICES. I i JIcCOLG.UV Jt JOIUStKY. MERCHANT TAILORS, FORT STREET, HONOLULU. U Opposite T. C Hcwcli,'. lj I IRA RICHARDSON, j UII'OKTUU AI UIULCK XX BOOTS, SHOES 4 GEXTT.EifEX'S FUB- XISHIXG GOODS, Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets, j iiosolvlc, ii. i. Pr LANGLET, CEOWELL & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cor. Mattery and Claj' Stitetf, W.VA riLAT,CISCO, CAJ... Ma EDWIN JONES, ! GROCER AND SHIP C HANDLES, Lnhalun, JIuul. Money and F.eemts faraisbod to ebifs on 6-1 j favorable torets. T1IEO. II. UAVIKS, (late tata. Sim Oil. IKPOBTEK A COJOaSSIOK KESCHAST Lloyds' and the LiTrpol Underwriters, NirthnK Asraranee Coepanr, and EntMi u4 Foreign Maris Insurance C". My B.. W. ATTOKEWS, JIACIILMSX. Fort Street, opposite Odd FeUows HalL Gim pariieoiar ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 6 May 1868

i sV if 1 HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. J. MOTT SMITH." Director of the Government Press. UUXOLVU" : WKDXBSHAY, M.ft: 6. 1SSS. BY AUTHORITY. Notice is hereby given, that Hen. A. M. Ka nalcwai has placed bos resigaatwa ia the hands cr llts Msjesty the Km;, which Ha Msje.ty has t-rn picMjl; pleased t mcecp. I". W. HrrcHisov. ll.OOr. .IfrUS". I1. MtoLWr.fUl.rwr Is it wise aad prudent. all points cuasid - ered, for cs to do anything towards secnr - ing frequent steam communication with Saa Francfcco T Fast experience has de - mnnetraieil. that neither the rood wishes t(wBtt.(rriUl?( "Prfftfc. greatest good ofj arguinenl vet brougat to near upon iwi - gress. U toficient to caare the estabbsh- meat et a steam Hue to ear tskutds.sach as ousht to be bid on, in order to be of any nateral aid to our business, or enhance ment of our commercial prosperity. The business of San Fraseisco with these islands wiH not be quickened or de pressed by the mode of carrying; it makes no difference with her merchants w...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 6 May 1868

PACKET LI NES. OlilFOSXIA. OSXGWT AXD 3CEXICO SXSAXSH1? CS"tTA5TS San Francisco and Honolulu line. The CnraaTs Speca-iBd 1 Steamship 22s2 IDAHO, ZL T. COSJiOR, Cvmmta&re. tVUt tn Wlnna lt.Owlw and S Frauaelae y tit raU.etmC Ttme TafeJel munu mx aasiru, IMltL. .. May S rtM.....Ul . Jwa. IS- 3 . .Mtr 1 HwMl .... JWt M ShMa...tlltMkk l SmMIL. . . . lliISmw JSrl" SATES CT PASSAGE HATS SEES SE- SXS TO Cabin, jiiO I Slrerasr, -tSO TVrr.h treat. PwtUad aad Tfctera watt be Sake, at RtMukii rase. 4 XJbrral Adian(r made on alt thipxurno jxrr- Slramrr. Iasuraoee pnium t W nwiAuVT asanas; nmk. firtniu ra taiee. f shlp meats of Few. AB eeisVrs fcrtwwfc t W ywtrkuet is ?as fnMM. H be reeeired aad SIM Vr return of SreasMT. H. HACKTELP 1 CO. . lMa AiTats. HAWAHAX PACX3T USE. For San Francisco. t rtsa cars-rax sax :SS CLARA R. SUTIL, X. C BROOKS. Xuttr, Kinase the greatec port her earj ea-trvre-L id Vf HESEEDIATE DISPATCH, fttb iWn fvit. Far fnixW jujkt. Sffif W VTALKEK. A ALLSJT. 1J Asm. HA-WAI...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 6 May 1868

R. R. R 90 ; ecrcr 100 0 DEATHS, tluu annually cccar, are caicsed by Prevent able Disease, and the great ei tsfirtiou of tictt i-oiisnsamts ttouM, if Eadway5 liradv lie- j lief or.Pilt, (as toe esse may require,) were administered when pain or uneasuwifs x slight sickness is expxse2cedf be exteAininated from the sys tem in a few hours. PA IX, no mat'er from what cause, is. almost instantly cured by the Heady ReKe . "in cases of Cho lera, Diarrhea, Cramps, Spasms Bilious Guolte. in met all rsmsj Achts and IaErmities either in the Stomach. Bowels. Bladder, Eidneys, or the Joints, Muscles, LegSj Arms, Khemuatistn, Xeu ralgia, Fever and Ague, Head ache, Toothache, Jet, wiH in a PEW MIXUTB5 yield to the sewthiar iaSuence of the Heath EeEe THE UNDERSIGNED OTTER F0K SALS EX LATE AKEIVAIS FKOM A BKDlt)Kl), HKlLnilA, CAUlXtKAU. TASVOCTSS-S TitASD a YIXSCTAITA ASSORTMENT OE GOODS! AT WW PRICES! VISIT TO THE JiEW IAYA ROW. Tbeeew whlclvo tjatarday, April Uo, rrcb).-d Hocvlula, tint the rarthqa...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 13 May 1868

HAWAIIAN I GAZETTEt BOOK AND JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMlfT ! ms "QAXHtTK" ornci I. now rrerared to xetmH orierl ftr run 'm fm nunie. or kvkrv DrijciurTiojr, WTTa-NBATNSSS AMD DISPATCH rcsussra Every Wednesday Corning, at s-w ricu Axxtir. Hailerf to Fwrclgw Shnib at Omct-Oa Merchant Kiwt, wtst c , the OSc, Hoasb, 11.1. 1 rrtatrl at TeAto4! by 3. Kt Iwrre. at lx- HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, MAT 13, 1868. $6.00 PER YEAR. VOL. IT SO. 17.1 BUSINESS NOTICES. , MERCHANT TAILORS, TORT STREET, HONOLULU, TrA RICHARDSON, mi'OKTi:K .on xsKAijer 1 Ef BOOTS, SHOES i GrSTlECCTS TT3- SISHUrG GOODS, Career f Krt m Smkuit Stmt. j aoomr.u.i. ;ty LAKGLEY, GEO WELL & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cor. ltatlerj- rasad Clay Slre-ex. - S.OT FR.tCISC, C-k-rU. EDWIN JONES, GEOGES. ASD SHTP CHASTJLSS. Lnbatna, TJnuI. Jlfatr iJ Rasrests fuxaukd. ta siifS ta . My) favasaVU torn. a UlEO. II. D.U11S, (lur .SrraaCth, pgoyira A C03QOISI0S MXaXHAXT aiT r UUtds aai ah Lvrpi rderwrjurs. XAn Arsarans eaay. and Roots, aad. rcvire...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 13 May 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. i ' : .- - J. MOTT SMITH, Director of the Goreramest Press. HONOLULU : WEDNTJSDAY. MAT 13. 1S6S- corses, The ' reduction of the "UaToa which, for many Tear, his been one doUar per neaa on au over two rears ou. cas beeonnderdiseassioa for eeveral days in the' Assembly. The Bin. a brvcrht in, RbiUtateJ half a dollar in rdace of one jji 'vj j ;r ,. 1 estimates of the Itadret. of SamXl One of the reasons which induced the lerrinj of thU tax ia the first instancy aad has persuaded sabseqaeat A&svmblics to keep it ia ferce, was the treat Dumber of worthless horses whkh ocerrua the Islands, derocriac pastures wbkh shooW hare beea deroted to raUiB? stock, asd oocapjKJg jroand thai ocjht to b colli- Tatedi and the stiH greater evil which the ownership of these asimals had upon the habits, weMrv aad aoraU of the people theraselres. ' Her hare been at a3Ctwa ia UoaeJilu a$ law as 52-50 each ; and all ! throcii th( cocatrv their voice ai property had become reduced to aa i...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 13 May 1868

n . -- ' " 1 - : t-tztz -: . . i j a , ; COMMERCIAL. ' iroyoLVLV, juris, iws. The TOthtr continue. rt- An Ennroal qMctltj otnla hai fallen Jalelj, whickJiM tatmcptrf tbe work cc plantation, and ibooVl It ecntlaoe fcr FOtn tim..m no doobl Injur eor rioe crtf to n extent. Quit, a Bomber of cor pUoUlJ-ra are nearly tbroosh with taxlnt off U.W on! who. others ban lUTT" ptodlBS Ir two ee thre. months, ana nran k eeco. acwars so ft-eelr t to rom m 1l b far It. Jut tw tnontha. It, irr rial to notice that a Nil has foed tbe Lepalatnre laaalor Ui lefal rite of Interest rr rest. Altbonsh n does not ft rrarat cmlntti, it win bar. a beneficial Inflame which cuwM tobetfsreatbeneitto tb. country. It b a .ecioc. (gmlW It the ncrkolrtial tntrtu (t tb crt77 iu proper acdet the preeenl rat. of lnwnt, and It U oo!t ft few wbo out on benefitted bj blfh rt. Xa other eenntrj to-J)r pa ere 9 rer rent, ln CoUtonU. where .pemlatlM mm hifh, and prtTtr bee been Improred bejfwl precedent, nwciejcaa b. X4.B, fi...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 13 May 1868

JL!r 1 BETTER TMK I SARSAPARILLIAN ! " (PREPARED IN VACUO.) The Curative Principle of Sar saparilla enters largely into the composition of RESOLVENT One Bottle of Eesolvent Better than Ten Large Bottles of Sarsaparilla. One Bottle -will Pnrify the Blood, and Expel Corruption from the Body ! So ttcift is this remedy in entering into the circulation, that it hat hem detected in the blood end urine tn s'.x minutes after it hat been taken. 1 BETTER THAN 10 It. R. R. Resolvent cures with astonishing rapidity every form of Chronic, Scrofulous and Skin Diseases, and exterminates all corruption from the human system. One bottle of Dr. Radway'a Renovating Re solvent contain! more uf the active curative principles of the best Jamaica Sarsaparilla, (Sarsaparillian,) than Ten of the largest sire, bottles of the mixture sold under the name of Sarsaparilla. j The process adorned by Dr. Radway in securing extracts (prepared in vacuo,) of Medicinal itooLs, I'lants, Uerbs, ana otter Tesetablea pusRe...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 20 May 1868

AWAIIAN PUBLISHED Every Wednesday Morning, AT SG.IMJ PER AXKVil. Moiled to Foreign Snrncrlbera at $7.00. Office On Merchant street, west of he I'ost Office, Honolulu, II. L BOOK AND JOB PRINTING lUSHKNTl THE "GAZETTE" OTFICE Is. now impend to execute all orders for FLU! . ID F4ICY F11I1IIS, or every DEacairncv, Printed and pnMlehed by J. Jlorr Smith, at the Government PrintlD Office, to whom all bu.lntM VOL. 17 NO. 18. HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, M AY 20, 1868. $6.00 PER YEAR. COTimunlcatiun mutt addreiiscd. WITH, ITEATNESa AND DISPATCH n A 7 jjiTTU1 unUuSh 1 1 rji BUSINESS NOTICES. SIcCOI.GAIV A: .lOIKVSCKV, MERCHANT TAILORS TORT STEEET, HONOLULU, 10 Opposite T. C. Hcnclc's. ly IRA RICHARDSON, IJIPOItXER AI II2AI.,KK IK BOOTS, SHOES & GENTLEMEN'S FUR NISHING GOODS, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets, S I10X0LUI.U, II. I. fly LANGLEY, CROWELL & CO Wholesale Druggists,- Cor. Ilnttcry anil Clay Streets" SAJV FIUSCISCO, CAL. f-3;n EDWIN JONES, i GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER, I.nli:ilnn, ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 20 May 1868

risocEi:iAGS -f-fV ff - or the' ' LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY- -1868. CbliimI com j!rI page. $5,008, 'next session $S,000 more, very soon it would amount to a formidable torn, for which we woold ret verr little return. Mr. Judd opposed the appropriation on the gronnd of its uncertainty. Mr.' Ktawebunabala etrongly advocated the measure. V - Motion to postpone loft. . Jlr. Lyons moved to amend to $2,500. Lost. Mr. Koakana, amended to $2,000. Lost. Amount of $5,000 as in the bill. Passed. Ates TI.'H. Keknanaoa, II. H. "Lunalilo, Tbeir Exe's. Nabaolelaa, Kanoa. Domini" llutabison, de Varigny, Phillips, Hons. Bifh op, kalakaua, KamaVan, Kahanu, Jones, Kui- belani, nam, iinoaes, uoyc., laKaieua, ivc wehnnahala. Mahelona 20. Noes lions. Kaeo. Hitchcock, Una, Lyon:, Kumaboi,Ialemanu, Pilipo, Martin, Keliipio, Nakila. Hopu, Nabaku, Kame, Mood, Judd, AVilder, Koakann, Kaukaha, Xnndscn 10. Snnnort of military $82,000 SO. Mr. Hitchcock mored that the Committee consider the minority report of Military...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 20 May 1868

i i 15 2- ' i commercial; -' IWXOLULV, -MAl'lO, lbCS. We Lara to note tbe arrival -of three ships from Sen Francisco the past few days, via. : lVn ATtlco. Grace Darting and Nor Wester, ell of which brought nt more less mill wafer. The two former ere unler charter to inal guano at lUkrr's I.land, end the Ut ter at Mckean's Island. We notice the bark Comet, hence, attired on the Cth itiit-, and is, no doubt, j this time on her way here. The commercial news by the mail Is unimportant. The San Frandsc papeea quote Flonr and Grain a hade lower; Sugars firm, both raw and refined, and stock low. The (Sara H Sntll sailed to-day with a full cargo of 8npar, Mfctassrs, I'alu, etc, and a fw pssengers. The only fireign vessel in It now taking In cargo Is the schr JtlasVa, Idling fjr rortlaoJ, Oregon. She will carry forward aorae 3,500 kei of No. 1 Sugar fjr that market. The brig Koberl Oowan "has sailed fjr Victoria, wllh a cargo of Sugar and Molasses. EXPORTS. Tor Victoria, B. C, jr Hubert Cowa...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 20 May 1868

PILL DR. RADWAY'S PILLS Dose For Regulating the Liver, Stomach, Bowels, and Kidneys, One Till at.YiyAt.0 For Obstinate Diseases and Chronic complaints 4 to 6 erery24 honrs. As a Dinner Pill, one Pill one hour before dining will ensure a good " appetite, lid healthy digestion. .Dr: .RADSVAY'S .PILLS .nro CQJIPOUXDEI) FUOH VEGE TABLE EXTRACTS, Coaled ivlth Sweet Gum, uihI arc the best, quickest, and safVst Purga tive, Aperient. Aiili-ISUiouH and Cathartic Jletllclnc known to Medical Science. One of Dr. Kadwnf's PiII con tains more ortlic active princi ple of cu rcanrt will act quicker on Hie Liver, ISiiwcIsi, Stomach, Kidneys, Bladder, Blood, Vc, than four or lx of the ordinary common Purgative Cathartic Pills Hold under various names, or than ten grains or Blue .Unss. TRUE COMFORT FOR THE AGED AND OTHERS AFFLICTED WITH COS TIVENESS AND PARALYSIS OF THE BOWELS. ONE TO THREE OF RADWAY'S PILLS once in 21 hours will secure regular evacua tior.s from the bowels Persons who for 0 years hat...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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