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YzTpT D A BY C S. BARTOW.
fSDAV, MAKCII 14tb,
a. .1. a Atn
j k tLOTIIIAG, fOTTOXS,
j iflTS, DENIMS,..
1 JIIERYWAKE I
1 JEBIES, ETC. ETC.;
Jedstsad and Furniture.
AT 1.2 O'CLOCK.
HOICEST LOT OF
ViEKED IN HONOLTJLTJ,
O'tmara, or Varnish Tree,
aria, ilagnolia and Yucca,
ui with Special Eeference to
T taU Cllasair. ......
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
"this ' TxArsri
XARO IsAID& UOUSE LOT
ON SATUEDAY, - - - - - - MARCH 11th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOOX,
I will Bell at Public Auction on the Premise,
Tu oTaro Patches & House Lot,
KNOWN AS AUAWIOLIMI',
Situated a abort distance from School Street. For farther par
s titulars, apply to
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
HUUHES, Master. ,
Sail on or about the 6th of llarch.
For freight or Passage, apply to
bj4 . ' i- THKO.
H. DAYLKS, Age-t.
For SYJLIVEY DIRECT
STATUARY AND MARBLE WARE !
VASES, GBOTJPS, BASKETS, PLATES,
ice's P.itent Laundry List!
Vot"V ini x secured against long.
sen and Orders left at H. SI. Whitney's and
; Thos. U Ttrna'a.
mea's, ibililrea's And Fsrtlt.Lbits
CenpMe. .-'. .'J :
ICE, FIPTT CENTSU tf
:nle, Two Elegnnt
D COTTAGE PIANOS!
On Friday and Saturday EYenings.
. - - March. lOtb and 11 lb'. 7
CofBDeociaf at 7:30 P, M , at Salesroom, I will Sell at Auction
t7 Catalogue, id
Elegant assortment Fine Italian Statuary,
Imported by Alessrs. L'oloanesi fc Palmieri,
Diree froaa loreoce.
Will fco Extaibitiwa Tharaday. March 0,
... : Al 10 O'clock, A. M. ': - ;
C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
ON MONDAY, - - - - MARCH 13th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. . ; '
At the Old Catalans II was Wharf, by order of Messrs.
.. .. a. HACK.FKLD CO.. I wilt Ktt at Publi Auction,
Exbark "Wilheim lst,
Whaleboats. Whalemen's Oil Calks, Head Spades,
Bomb Gun and Lances, llarpooos. Kiting,
Cutting Falls and Blocks. Bricks. Wbale Line. etc.
C. U. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
. . TIIK BRITISH BARQUE
. A 1 at Lloyds, 14 years, .
Is now loading for the above port, and wilt be dispatched
On or about Saturday, the 11th March!
. TO "HEIST.-.
THE IIOTSE AXD PREMISES
J The Late Earthquake on Molokai. From the
I . . .. . . ..... , i i
NO. ueighbonng island we learn that the sugas suoca.
14 8 NCC A.N0 avbnl k, at preeot occupi-.-d .jr ir. , feU iere at midnight on the 3rd uiBt., was more de
cided there. In fact, it is asserted that slight shocks
ha-e been frequent erer aince the 19th of Febrnarj
when the big shake occurred. '
JiJ.Kenne.ly ; posesioo giroo AprilOst. Aecwnnionatiwts,
six Hovm. Kitchen, Batn and serwaoia ,
Carri.e-boose, Stable, Loft, Ac. May be had fuwirted or
tiusiu b aoDltcation 10 --'
March , 1871. (m41m)
nURLVG MT TEMFORART ABSENCE
B 9 nnnnluln. Mr. UHAKLKS KOtSH iU have
charge of my business, and win attend to any twJars for furni.
tur or cabinet sort.
- Honolulu, Feb. 24th, 131.
Scoar axi Molasses from. Rap. By the Luna-
IUq, on Thursday, we notice the receipt of some
erj fine sugar and No. 1 molasses, from the planta-
Ilutchison & Costa, of TTaioMnu,
& Costa are both hard
working men attending personally to the details of
T. ViO N CLI Ttion t Alessrs.
sTOffk A I
: j Kau. Messrs. Ilutchisoa
MJtrlllTiS ! tbcir 8ma11 Ptio. aad'we wish them, as they
March 1st, and the business wi!l hereafter ne carnea on nj , ueserf, every Success.
Axon, under IiU own ua ana style. ouuiiui.i . . , .
will be settled by ok . W
Honolulu, Mrch th. 1671. rn 4l
j Cheap Photographs. By reference to Chase's
1 adrertisement in today's paper, it will be seen that
" the counterfeit presentment " of one's self can be
ri-lIE HiRTXKKSHIr HEKrIOrORK j , - . vUcA .
M esiDttng between DALTUrt & BtAtttLT, in me oui- j u, ua - uiuutiaic
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNEILSHIP.
Tor freight or passage, apply to
THKO. II. DA VIES.
ON "WEDNESDAY, - - MARCH 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M AT SALrJS ROOM,
. Will be Soid an
' I .
Assortment of Dry Goods & Clothing
lao, 2.-' LJJL.ISJX'TtTXt.E I
One New Ko Barrao. Wsshstaods, Bedsteads,
Walaat Chairs. Itucker, lt'Ckiuic Chair, '
' '- " liair and Patent Mattrass, feather Pillows,
0E GLASS DOOR CASE. Etc, Eic Etc.
ALSO.'AT 12 NOON,
Ibr Account of ichom it nuty Concern:
ISO UABBELS DUBLIN PORTER!
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Hawaiian Packet JLine
- JTHE FINK BAKENTINE
KN'ACKE, 51ai er.
Is ready to receive Cargo for the above port, and will
SAIL. ON SaTIJRDAY.TIIE 1 1 tb INSTANT.
For Freight or passage, baring fine accommodations (or a
few passengers. Apply to
ml WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
FOR VICTORIA, B. C.
CALHOUN. Master. :
Follow the Robert Cowan for the above port,
SAILING ON TIIE 18th INST.
neas of SJDVLE ASD HARS t'.sS MAKING, King 8lreet. j cbarce,
n : - . : . .1 w.n 1 liv mutnil consent. To'
The business will le conducted at the old stand by the un
dersl irned, who will collect all accounts due and pay all debt
of the late Arm. P. -D ALTON. ;
. Uonolulu. March 2, 1871. -' - m4 at
FOR SALE THE COTTAGE ON TUB
Beach at Waikikl, formerly occupied by Miss Mout-
gomery. PP'J "
W. L. GREEN.
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET AT
WAIKIKI.The Cottsge recently occupied by w. L.
nn. at he Beach, Wikikl. Bent, 40 per mouth,
or by the year at $35 per month,
o&tf Apply to
Chase makes elcellent .pictures and is the
oldest established photographist here, with, the
PotToRh'i'KisscKHTiox.-L Yeelcrtlay morning, J"
the Police Court. Dr. A. ''.tf. Bufirum was charged by
tDe Acting Attorney General, with failing to com
ply with the law requiring physician! t6" Keep
record of prescriptions. .-Oo -tbe testimony ad
duced; the Magistrate imposed a fine of $250 and
costs. W. C. Jones, Esq., counsel for Dr. iiuffunv
noted an appeal to the Supreme Court. The com
plaint was ! brought tinder Sections ' 4" and 5 of
Chapter 83, Revised Tenal Code which read as
T 4. Every licensed physician, druggist op aubtbecary, who
shall compound, sell or deliver auy prescripttou coubJniug
any poisooous drug, or substance deleterious to burmin life lo
be used as uicdiciuc, shall euler upon his books said pre-riu-.
lion written out iu full, with the date thereof, wnb his name
appended thereto, or the name of the pbyiriau who prescribed
the same ; and no such prescription sliall be compounded,. sold
or delivered, uuless the name of the iersn coiupoundinp, sell
ing or delivering the same he apjK-nded to the prescription in
full, and every such prescription shall be prvserved and said
L books and prescriptions shall be subject at all times to the iu-
spectiou of the Miuister oi the lutrrior or his ageou .
6 Any perton violating the provisions of this Chapter shall
forfeit a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars for each
ivitn i. Ri ni:RiMi or
te record one of thf most mirnculou" es-
desth at sea m many ini ' ;"
The bnrlt IJUtntnlc rn,
ever uecu mnuv vuw.aw. -
I'-nful China tea elipper. is down a? inwlng "
th. Svdne Morning Unuld. CapUi.t auaerroru
j ' . . t
0 hmind for SrdlieT
81, the weather being line auu -s
- SntcrvalK. CantAio Vaudervord
11...4.;1 ut 10 P. M
iToa Xe8 inThe U. V at UU-Pal 10 J-
on deck again and was ju.t U. tihr. to a .mall
i8laud right ahettd ; he shouted U tuan at the
wheel to put the helm aown, w
hoe' iieri kjbciki vu '
Sydney Morning Unuld. CapUi.t auaerroru
, U.e master of the vessel, and from b,m we mrn
following particulars -He left Fooohow ou Jaly
und for Sydney ; and on the night t f AupuH
took in the
weut below to
Half art hour after
W. L. GREEN.
FOE EENT OR LEASE !
SEVER A L COTTAGES, PLEASANTLY
located, and suitable lor large ui nuimi uuimn. imj
are entirely EW, handsomely finished, and supplied
i,h all the necessary oulbnunes am moucrn uiirueuCTtui.
a2 tf Apply to ilUUO STAXQEN WAL1, hi. D.
: to let;
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED BY
II. A. Widemann, ou juaa oireei. apiit o
d3 J. L RICHARDSON.
For Freight ot Passage, apply to
WALKER k ALLEN.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
180 Tons Register,
In good order and ready for sea. Apply to
mil 3t II. HACKFELD & Co., Agents. .
V V FA C? TIIRKI) It V T. N. C
. at liaaaborg, 3 serials, S octave, of fuJ'
esamlnatioa at the 9tnre of
TI1KOD. C. HEfCK'S, Fort St.
Jnmf, fc r
je in Quantities to Suit.
AND SPERM OIL
t by II.
HACKFELD Sc CO.
or to the Trade.
nd Well Assorted Stock
I x Late Arrivals,
r! nable Rates and on Lib-
Will Sliortly be Sold,
Enfield Rifles, Double : Barrel Shotguns
Pistols, Sharp hters for Tsrget Practice.
IlaracMra, Hsrse Cerert,
Sl Silver Plated
s to suit the Times."
IKFELD & CO.
J fei- For Sal09: MGI!
b Bark -Ka -Moi!
1VED FROM L0I.D0N!
GAS LIGHT FOR EVERYBODY !
Coal Oil Lamps Changed to Gas Lamps
Trifling Cost by Merely Changing ' the
Horner, and using D.Iferent Oil.
riMIlS VALUABLE LITTLE INVENTION
M can he atuchrd to any Coal Oil Lamp, by auy one in
half a minute. It i krs ils o- n gas Just as List as is required,
and ben Hie light is blown out, the gas ceases to be generated.
NO CIILMNF.Y IS REQUIRED !
The flame U as white as city gas, and produces no smell or
smoke. It is tbe advantage -of coal gas iu being ortabU.
Judge t-rotiniiv'te- it onetrrhe safest liirhta nr use, bat
this assurance of saMy does not warrant rareless usage. As
In the use of coal oil. the lamp should be filial and taken care
of in the day lime. The ptox-r nil for this burner is Uaaoline
of 74 scciUc gravity, and noother grade should be used.
'One Iiururr ia Eq.iil Sii'Cnadles, aad
CstU waly mr Cral per Haur.
On exhibUioa and for sale at the Lock and Quo Shop. Oil
j ' furnished of the approved standard. ,
f Im ": j. NEILL. No. 40 Fort St.
rviHE LA RC EST ASSORTMENT ON HAND
M. kept by any Iiouse on these Islands, and
For Sale at the Lowest Possible Prices !
Ja2S Ily BOLLES k CO.
Jk . STRAND,
alT' kl aaufartuse.
BEST QUALITY RUSSIAN
Jises, from 1) to 8 inches, in bond or
For safe .by
BOLLES e CO.
AXL IZE!i.FROM 1-2 TO INCH IN
XI tKMkd eriiuty paid. - - i - J -
i-2S For sale by BOLLE3 k CO.
RUSSIA BOLT ROPE;
. A SSORTED SIZES.
1 , . v ' v For sale by
THE A 1 HAWAIIAN . .
13 ar Is: Jsl a M o i,
8. UEERKEN, Master.
Will have Immediate Dispatdi for tlie Above Port,
For Freight or Passage, Apply to
ni4 . II. IIACKFELD k Co. Agents.
FOR SAtf FRAiyCISCO.
'" , THE A 1 NORTH GERMAN
W. BtLA Blaster, . .
Will Sail for the above 1'ort with Dispatch.
For Fr. igit or Passage, Apply to
d4 ' II. IIACKFELD k Co. Agents.
' STEAM .
To Australia and New Zealand,
The California, Nevr Zrnlaaid
aad Asiatraliaa Mail Llue f
TIIE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS
; TTOIVO A WOjVGA,
1,450 Teas........... J. Stewart, Cssnr.
1.200 Tata. T. Gral.ger, Catur,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and the above ports.
connecting at Honolulu with the North Pacific Transportation
Hosoli-lv WILLIAM L. QRXEN.
Accxlakd CRUICKSUANK, SMART k CO.
Sroasr H. U. HALL, U. 8. Consul.
ol 3m . .
For Sale by the Undersigned !
One Juice Pump,
PRINCIPALLY" OF BRASS, TO INCH
diurueter and fiom 12 to 13 inches stroke, with Cast Iron
Tank attached, " Ulasxow make." The above is suitable for
a large sized sugar mill. "
ja-a HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
For Sale, Cases of the Celebrated
HOFF'S JTIAL.T EXTRACT !
IMPARTS NEW LIFE AND VIGOR TO
the weak and the invalid, at
f!8 THEQD. C. I1EUCK, Fort St.
Innocents Abroad. .
has met with, several copies of '
Mark Twain's very popular work
has been added and which will be loaned at 50 LVnln per
Week, or part week, thus giving rapid readers the benefit
of time gained. Also,-.
Ouida's & Grace' Aquilar'8 Complete Works,
in cloth. . ,. . , .- .. .
Don Quixote, Arabian Nights, and many olher new Rooks jus
out has been added.
Now is the Time to get Cheap Reading !
Books loaned at 'from, 6 to SO cents each, according to their
value. No Book to be re-4:ined without accounting
for the same. -
The best thing ever offered in Honolulu, and jutt
j23 what is wanted.
THE PACIFIC i '
The Qceen- Emma. Tbe German bark North
liddetas, winch arrived here last summer dis
masted, and was subsequently purchased by the
Messrs. Foster and others, has been entirely re fitted
and rigged, and now lies in the stream, as Due a
vessel of her class in every respect as ever floated.
We learn she is to be registered under the Hawaiian
flag as the Queen Emma. We congratulate the.
owners of this haudsome addition to the Hawaiian
fleet, oh the good omen attaching to a name which
all are ready to honor. - , . ...
.. . . . i -; - ::i " ' : .
The Kansas Advertiser, is the title of a monthly
sheet which comes to us from Topeka, Kausas, with
the characteristic motto of the great .West,' " Busi
ness ia business go in and win." The publishers,
Mills & Smith, are land agents, and report that they
have eold during 1870, 93,660 acres of land. Kan-.
sas as a State, is only ten years old, and has already
a population of 302,000.
A Sensible Goverkmest. Australian papers re
fer to news of the discovery of gold-in Madagascar.
It appears that several ounces of gold ore have been
presented to the Prime Minister by some one con
nected with the English mission in the island, but
the present was received in a very ungracious man
ner, the Government fearing that if gold were dis
covered in quantity there would be a "rush" of
Europeans to .the epot, who would quickly overrun
and make themselves masters of the country? It is
stated that further search for gold has been pro
hibited. ... 1 ... .
..Peddling Gin A visitor at the Police Court on
Monday morning last, would have thought that at
lastthere was some business on hand. Three large
case bottles, apparently containing gin, were dis
played on the table, right under the Deputy Marshal's
nose. Our reporter at once sharpened his pencil and
opened a fresh leaf on which to jot down an inter
esting case. liut a wretched Chinaman named
Atai-up and confessed the soft - impeachment - of
having sold the gin to a native, whereupon he was
fined 160, for be imprisoned 8 months at hard
labor. - That was alL ;- '""- ' " ' ' -
The Comet Scare. The comet story which
wmi ViKolxwl cnwnA llmA sk swst n A wYslrth Watt laslaf VI fi.
juajiamama miiiin s. i inn a. i' ii. aiiu weuai&a wv v wvv vv
siderable pains to prove was a canard, was it seems of tho position given in tho chart, 10
translated into the native papers, and thoroughly
believed by their readers. We hear of one man at
Koolau, a well-to-do farmer, who being convinced
from a perusal of the story that the .coming cofruet
was going to knock everything to eternal smash,
came to the philosophical conclusion that there, was
no use of any longer hoarding up wealth which it
was impossible to carry away with him. So he de
liberately turned everything available into cash, and
with the cash bought creature comforts, aud, sur
rounded by family and friends, proceeded to eat,
drink and be merry. , But when at length he was
informed that he had been hoaxed, instead of getting
mad or repining, he said it waa a good joke, and
that he had had a good time ; that his house and
piece of land yet remained, and quietly went to
work to gather more pelf. That's a Hawaiian
North Pacific Transportation Company.
San Francisco and- Honolnlu Route
The Cwnapaay'a Splendid A 1 Sleaaasaia
U. S. FLOYD, - - COMMANDER.
' Will Leave San Francises,
On or about ..............March 16tb
BOLLES fc CO. "
IT OF . MS
cd with Great Care
" COSilSTISd OP
HINTS. FlXCr LILAC. AND
. fine Prints. Twilled Chints Prints. Fancy
' Lawns. Mosquito Settlor.
ibour. Black A I paces. -
t 4 Cmp, Wioleu Dress Goods.
IW4 rub, - .
' bite bock,
Im etkirtin aad Loogdoth.
:"&, Brown an Blue Couoo Drills
au B.ae Cotton, Ticking.
- Mae assorted colors, . f : .
LINEN SHEETING !
Red Qn.lu, ' ' j
M Fine Unrn Impsriaa. . J .
M loMna Torkrv Towels.
I SPTJNYARN, HOUSELINE, ;
WORM LINE. MA RLIX. SEIZI.G,RAT
LIN, etc., etc. A full assortment for sale by
USA . I . . i BOLLES ft Ca-f
IN BOND OR DUTY PA ID I
ASSORTMENT OF MM-
'bollfs k CO.
Jai8 - -
t or sale by
HEMP: AND FLAX CANVAS!
TJEST A RItROATII MAM?FACTl'RE,
uw assciruu numuers, in oottn or amy paid.
On or about..
March 28th i
, SATURDAY, MARCH II.
FB4SES OF THE MOON FOB THE MONTH OF MA.BCU, 1871
March 6lh Full Moon ..' :.. I 7 7 x
March 13th Last Quarter .11 48 2 in
March 201 h New Moon... ., 6 29 1 p.w
March 2Sth First Quarter 8 13 2 pm
TIMS Of SUN BISINS ANDCETTIG. . ;
March 1st Sun Rises 824 am j Sun Sets. ..'... 6 01 rx
March 8th Sun Kises....6 19 am J Sun Sets. ........ 04 Pn
March ISth riun Kises. ..0 12 am : Sun Bets. ...... .8 06 ra
.0 7 am j Sun Sets ..6 07 pm
.0 1 am ; Sun Sets ...609 pm
.6 68 am ; Sun 8ets.;.. .... 10 pm
Capt. Daniel Smith.
' NOTES OF TIIE WEEK.
Mail fok the East. The bark Violette anils for
San Francisco, taking a mail which will close at the
Post-office at 11 A.' M. '
Marble Statuary. .-The catalogue sale of fine
Italian statuary at Bartow's auction room, will be
continued this evening, commencing at 7 o'clock.
March 22d Sun Rises.
March 29th Sun Rises.
March 31t Sun Rises.
The Nettik Turned Back. The schooner JYettie
Merrill, which' sailed on Tuesday evening' for
Lahaina, returned to port on . Wednesday morning,
havmg become disabled by carrying away the main
topmast, and the parting of the atay between the
musts. She sailed again the same day, having re
paired damages. The Kate Lee sailed at the 'same
time on Wednesday, for Hilo, and while the . two
chooners were in sight, the impromptu race attracted
considerable attention'. The J'etlie appeared to have
the advantage of the' Kate in going to windward.
The Sheep of Rambgollet. Among the breeds
of sheep most famous for their wool, the Rambouillct
breed, though nearly worthless as mutton, has'
always been distinguished. Specimens were imported
from 8pain by the first Napoleon, and on the farm
established by Louis XVL in Rumbouillel, some SO
miles south of Paris, they were afterward carefully
crossed and reared until they reached a high point of
perfection. Their wool was that known as merino, of
a very fine quality, and for that reason they com
manded exceedingly high prices. But now they are
extinct ; they have fallen a sacrifice to the exigences
of .war. The Mecklenburg troops which were quar- !
tered in the town thought fresh meat for the moment, j.
no matter of .. what quality, more necessary than fine j
wool for the future : and therefore, notwithstanding i
an order to send the sheep to Germany, they were J
condemned to appease the hunger of the soldiers.
Not a solitary lamb or ram remains to perpetuate the
glory of its race. But there was another motive be-
i sides hunger which undoubtedly prompted the Meck-
lenburgs.to devour the Rambouillets. The country
of the former ia famed for ita fine wools, and they,
without .'doubt, felt a degree of satisfaction in eating
their rivals. Some six or seven years ago, a pair of
rams from the Rambouillct flock were ' received here,
a present from the Emperor Napoleon to His Majesty
the King, and were placed on the farm at Molokai.
In the course of time the day may come when the
breed of Hawaiian sheep may be as highly valued as
that of ita French progenitors. r .1-'
tii-1v mmn round when
taking the bottom the copper cameoter tli weatlier-
. able in sheets, and tho foremast sunn if i-- .
j mainmast waa cut away, but the abip begaa to break
up fast. The island proved to be Wake Wiaid,
.,n;ni..i.;ti Kiirnmndcil tY a revf, reaHler-
! ing it Impossible to land if there is auy iud blowing
at all.. Captain Vandcrvord says it is JO '
ie pobitiou given in the cuart, iu - v .
Th rw tr,V to the lonz boat, and Captain
Yandertord secured a chart aud nautical instruments',
but strange to say uo compass was saved ; a case of
colonial wine, a bag and a half of bread and two
buckets were put in the boat, but no water ; and for
31 days the thirteen men were in the open boat witn
out seeing land or a ship, or receiving any assistance
whatever. They left the wreck at 10 the morning
after, and with sail made of blankets sewu together,
and fixed to an oar, began their weary journey ia
search of some inhabited island. Their sufferings
may be imagined. For the first five daye they had
not a drop of water, and the enptain served out ono
bottle of Cawarra dajly betweou the tbirtu ; that
saved their lives ; after that time they had rain oud
caught water, but except at the time it was actually
raining a half pint of water each only a day waa
served out and a handful of bread. To the credit of tho
men and their commander there was no insubordina
tion, no attempt to obtain more than their shore of.
the scanty provisions and precious, water ; silently
but resigued they passed day after day, the fuu
pouring down on their unsheltered licida. Every
day Captain Vandervord got the boat's ponitiuu by
means ol his instrument, but when tho weather was
dull of course they went In all directions for want of a
compass, and eppeoiaUy on cloudy nights ; it wis the
master's intention to make for the Kingsruill group,
but the current waa against them, and then a course
was steered for Ascension Island, aud had any of the
party been ahl to row they might have reached it,
but, weak as they were, nil they could do wss to
keep their' boat before the wind with the bluniet
saiL After 80 days of sufleriog, their moutha
parched, tongues swollen, wet with grateful showers,
scorched by a tropical eun, fully undergoing Cole
ridge's " Ancient Mariucr'e " sufferings : ,
Alabama Translated. The Alabama claims are
not inappropriately named. The Indian .word
Alabama really means, here we rest." . ,
for sal by
BOLLU3 It CO.
5"ies, f aacy Alpaeea Blouses,
n Bosom Shirts!
'ins. Hickory Ehir
SCtT"1 S"" " rnbreBas,
4 5lu Cotton Threat
t Girtk. feather Duters,
t.in$ccd Oil J :
JT,,",W,;tLead. ' -
"vy,'en,PCDT - - .
Wire. ' v .
rh to 1, inch.
rTr.r- BbWt Metal.
pniYes and Steel Scissors !
? rreneh Chocolat
- 'mum va.
iL4,e. Claret in Boxes,
4 rltk7?Il',,'I Hor Hope.
,t,eh half Barrels.
sire hock, square and arch.
; lb Tina,
nu. . " .
IRON STOCK ANCHORS,
CJIZESFROM tOO LBS. TO '4,000 LlIS
in Bona or auty pbta. ror sale by
BOLLES k CO.
HEMP AND COTTON SAIL TWINE!
YjlOK SALE UY
BOLLES k CO.
TAR AND PITCH !
BOLLES k CO.
A MERICAN AND STOCKHOLM,
V barrels aud half barrels. For sale by
JaiS . ' 1 '
Caiyo for San Francisco will be received at all times in the
Steamer's Warehouse and receipts for the same given by the
undersiiiued. Kncuurpe for Storage or Cartsge.
Fire risks in Warehouse not taken by the Company. .
Insurance guaranteed at I .wer rates than by sailing vessels.
Particular care tnkeu of shipments of Fruit.
IT Shipments from Europe and the United States, intended
for these Islands, will be received by the Company In San Fran
cisco, if consigned to them, ami It forwarded lijr tbcir Steamers
to lionoluluree of charge, except actual outlay.
ET Passengers are requested to take their Tickets before 12
O cluck on the date of sailing, and to procure their Passports. .
All Bills agninst the Steamer must be presented before 2
o'clock on the day of sailing:, or tliey will have, to lay over till
the return of the Steamer for settlement.
H. IIACKFELD k CO., Afrente.
& COS LINE.
S 13 A SOX 1871 !
A RR ANTED'TH E PORE ARTICLE.
. j28 - let gar sale try , . . BOLLKa CO. .
T1KS to suit.
For sale by
. BOLLES k CO.
BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT!
V.IOR SALE UY - . i . '
M? j2S BOLLES k CO.
CALIFORNIA 'LIME. I
VITE HAVE A REGULAR SUPPLY IR0U
WW the! celebrated Saat Cms Lime Kill- which eaabtes.
its to sell, at the tijpeM rtes v.. .
VICTORIA AND CALIFORNIA REl)
BOLLES k CO.
RED SALMON, IN BARRELS.
I SM ALL LOT OP NOT VERY GOOD
B. quality, but as good as the average that Is for sale about
town. ( ja28) Call at BOLLES k CO.
: i PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.: '-V'.i
HUBBA RO BEST BOILED OIL
Hubbard's White Ztnc, ,
. Hubbard's White Lead,
J.T. W., White Lead.
Fancy Paints, a reneral assortment.
j38 For sale by BOLLES A CO.
FOR NEWJBEDFORD I
OIL A ND BONE!
TIIE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Due atlhi Port. March 15th.1871. will.load for New Bedford
direct. Has a part of her cargo engaged.
Will Sail about 3Iy IOth, 1B71.
Shippers af Oil, Bone, Wool, and other merchandise,
i . Will find this a desirable opportunity. -
Casts Adrauces ma Sltlaaaeaita.
d4 8m 1 . C. BBKWKH Co-agents.
FOR KONA AND KAU.
- ' ' : 1 . m
THE CLIPPER. KETCH
Ii U n a 1 i 1 o .
. 93 Toot Register.
Will Ran as a Regular Packet to Koia
aad Kau I
UNDER COMMAND OF CAPT. HENRY ENGLISH
d31 3m " "POWSETT ic Co., Agents.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAINA.
AMERICAN MESS BEEF,
AMERICAN MESS PORK IN BOND,
and tor sale by
ja2S " BOLLES k CO. .
"HAWAIIAN TtlESS BEEF,
PACKED OS THE ISLAND OK KAUAI,
by an experienced Butcher, and warranted a good as
any Beef put up oo these Islands.
J28 . ..For sale by BOLLES k CO.
OARS, ' '
DEST NEW BEDFORD ASU OAKS--A LL
ss. (ja83) For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
GROCERIES & SHIP STORES
Always on Hand ! ?
AND WILL BE SOLD AT THE LOWEST
BOLLES k CO.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. V. CRANE, Master.
Will Eib Eegslarl y bet weea This Part and LAhalna,
DenelaJa every Jlondaj ui Ubaint eTery Tkirsa j.
10 H. HACKFELD A Co., Agents.
' Ket Taos. Thrum, at the Stationery and News
Depot, has prepared swie very neat metal tags for
Post-office keys, on which he stamps the owner's
name cheap, too. .
The 1'koposkd Hotel. The fine premises on
Hotel street, formerly ' known as the Hooper lot,
have been purchased for the sum of $10,000, and
the proposed hotel will be erected there.
Leasehold Sold. Last Saturday, Bartow sold at
auction the lease for ten years of the lot of land op
posite the station house, fur $'630 per annum. Mr.
E. B. Harper, blacksmith, was the purchaser.
The Next News. There is no certainty about
the coming of tbe X. if. Perkins. The clipper ship
Pride of the Port, (or Calcutta, was to Bail from
San Francisco Feb. 20th to 25th, and may touch
here with ten days later papers.
Sent to School. The native lad who stole a
number of watches from the shop of Mr. Tennatt,
was on Saturday last brought before the Police Court,
when, pleading guilty, he was sent to the Reforma
tory School during minority, a period of some six
years. s. 1
Another Result or the Earthquake. We no
tice that the wall of the wharf at the berth of the
Kilauta has tumbled outward a result of the late
earthquake, not noticed at the time. The wall has
been relaid the present week and new piles pat
The First Whaler. We were pleased to note
the arrival on Thursday last of, tbe Reindeer, Capt
Loveland, tbe first of eight whalers due here from
New Bedford this spring. . Capt. Loveland comes
direct, but found time on tbe passage of 155 days
to secure 150 barrels sperm.
Cohtlv Fuel. House-keeper are complaining
that the price of firewood has gone up to famine
rates. A cord of good wood, cut in lengths for a
stove, costs ?1S. Sydney coal is cheaper, and al
most as good for cooking purposes as wood. In fact,
some prefer it. A ton of Sydney, coal costs $15 de
livered, and will go as far as two cords of wood.
An Error. Tbe January number of the British
Trade Journal of London, which we have hereto
fore looked, npon as perfectly reliable in shipping
i and mercantile matters, under the heading of " Ships
loading at London," has the following paragraph :
"For Honolulu At London, Orient, Rijltman, St. An
drews' Cattle. SaxuH, the Goleva, the Murray, Yutala
None of -our British houses here have any advices
of either oi the vessels named loading for this port,
and the announcement must therefore be an error ;
as moreover we 'find the three first named vessels
mentioned elsewhere as loading for Auckland, N. Z.
Coroner's Inquest. Last- Saturday an inquest
was held by the Deputy Marshal on the body of a
female infant,' found on the previous day on the
mud-flat below the prisen. The body had evidently
lain where it waa found for several days, and was
blackened and decayed by exposure to the weather ;
so much.so that it was difficult to say whether or not
it was a still-born child. Nothing was elicited as to
the parentage of the child, and the inquest was ad
journed until to-day. Conjecture is rife as to where
the poor waif came from. Infanticide is almost un
heard of among the , natives, although foeticide has
been common in former times, and supposing the
case to have been a still-born, the manner of dispos
ing of the body would be a strange and unnecessary
one.' ... ...
Ginger Snaps, by Fannt Fern. Tbe name of
tiie talented sister of N. P. Willis has become familiar
to the lovers f pleasant reading the world over. The
other day we picked up a neatly printed volume with
the above title at Whitney's Bookstore, and opening
it by chance, fell upon one of the short articles of
which the volume is made up, entitled. " A bid for
an Editorship," opening thus: "I think I should''
like to be an editor if somebody would do all . the
disagreeable hard work for me, and leave me only
the fancy touches." . Yes indeed, Fanny, as the old
sailor remarked, " Who wouldn't be a sailor if it was
always pleasant weather and sunshine ! The book
is full of short, chatty articles, a great deal of sound
sense conveyed in a cheerful style, and is just the
thing to have on one's table wherewith to pleasantly
occupy a leisure half .hour. , j
Woman's Rights. It is not surprising that in the
city of notions Boston the subject of Woman's
Rights" should be taken up in a practical way.
Here is one of the straws which shows which way
the wind blows, cut from a Boston paper :
,, .t ' E. G. STEVEN'S Si DAUGHTER,' '
N. 5 Pruberlen Sq ware. tRwwns 23.) Bamtwa.
Examination of Titles of Real Estate lo all the- Counties of
the Commonwealth. Drafting of all kinda of Instruments re
lating tb Real and Personal Estate.
Edwaid G. Stevens. Mabv E. 8tevbh.
We should like to know Mary, and to ask her if it
isn't awful nice " to have money in one's pocket,
earned by one's self, and not to be obliged to ask for
change to buy little things and to be met with
"What did you do with the last I gave youT "
Success to the firm.
Dismissed from the Service. Captain Eyre, lato
in command of tbe Jionibay: of the Pmiinsular and
Oriental Company's fleets has now entirely left
that service.- The period of the suspeusioa of his
certificate, of which he was deprived in conse
quence of the fatal collision with the Oneida has
expired. On suspension of bis certificate be be
came an unattached officer of the Peninsular and
Oriental Company, but recently he received notice
that his services will not be required in future.
Tbe dismissal conveys a far more formidable re
buke than tbe original withdrawal of certificate.
" Wnter, water everywhere,
And a'l the boards did shrink - .
"' Water, wall everywhere,
Not any drop to dritilt.
And every tongue through ulU-r drought
Wm withered at the root,
We could not s pen It no more than If i N
v t 4 r . We bad beeu cuoakrd with soot V- .. ., '
They sighted Strong's (Ualan) Island, the enstern-.
most of the Caroline group. Here the castaways stw
A canoe outside taking produoe from one part of the
island . to another, and had they been able to get
some provisions Captain Vandervord would have
kept on, and tried to make one of the islands of the
Marshal or Gilbert groups adjacent. Tho boat re
fused to trade with them, and they went incide and
were received by the King with the uttermost hospi
tality ; he took the captain and mate to live with
him, and assigned quarters to the men in the town.
After some days Captain Vandervord and part of
f the crew took the boat and tried to reach Kingsmill,
and weru. fitted out by tho King with sails, tnaut, and
provisions of every kind, but met with a galo and
bad to return to Strong's Island. Altogether 2)8
days were spent on tbe island, when the Orili put
In short of provisions, and they came on in that ves
sel and arrived on Thursday at midnight Captain
Vandervord desires to acknowledge the kindness of
Captain Bcatson to himself and his unfortunate crew.
-Fijl Times, January 7.
Beet Root Sugar in California
. .The Commercial Herald and Market Review, of
San Francisco, recently published several articles
on the above subject, showing that the enterprise
was not a paying one. Tbe Bulletin thereupon
accuses the Herald, in strong language, of dis
couraging enterprise, and the latter rejoins :
" Both articles contained mathematical statements
of costs, or expenses, and profits or loss; and if
those could be shown to bo incorrect, they were the
proper objects of attack, by counter-statements of a
like character. There was no attempt at conceal
ment or prevarication ; no mere assertion or as
sumption of facts, but a clear, well-stated, mathe
matical arrangement of figures, and the logical
deduction to be drawn from the results obtained.
The whole thing was clear and tabove-board ; open to
criticism, and subject'fo disproval if incorrect Our
motive in the premises was to bring the matter fully
before tbe public on its merits, giving all 'interested
an opportunity te express their opinions and solve
the question by intelligent investigation. That we
j,b ad no bias in the matter was sufficiently clear by
tije minx ana open-manner in wnich It was laid be
fore the public. After toiling and writing for more
than twenty years in steadfast and not unsuccessful
efforts to assist in building up and advancing every
intelligently directed interest on this coast, to be ac
cused of discouraging enterprise," has in it some,
thing more than discourtesy it is simply insolent.
We certainly shall not lend our assistance to every
enterprise simply because it is enterprise We shall
not countenance wild schemes, and induce people to
embark capital in projects which may or mayxot
eventuate successfully, simply because they are
novel ; and when we accepted an article on the sub
ject of beet-root sugar, we took care that it should
be from an authentic and well-informed source, and
that it should bw accompanied with the figures on
which his argument was based, for the express pur
pose that the other side might have a fair aud open l
opportunity to rebut those statetneats and. make a j dated 1'vkin, 2Cth of Jam
fcontrary showing, if possible. 5 f i i : is perlecily qui. t.
"It waa our intention to have the whole subjnet I New Your. Feb.' H'
Lomo', Feb. 7. The Conference met ; all pres
ent except France.; On adjournment of tho Con
ference yesterday, it was assured a pacific solution
would be attained.
London, Feb. 9. World Cable The English
members of the Joint ComrniKKlon for the settle
ment of the Alabama and fisheries question, are
Earl De Gray. Mr. Thornton, Sir John A. McDonald
and Sir John Hose.
The Jlmsays although the Alabama is second
ary to that of the fisheries as the subject of the
Commission, yet there ia uo doubt which question
will mainly engage its attention, but it is erroneous
to suppose the purpose of the Commission will bo
to find ground for England to abandon or concede
England's liability in the Alabama matter.
London, Feb. 9. The corporation of this city,
Loudon, have subscribed $2,000 for tbe relief of
tbe inhabitants of Paris.
London. Feb.' 9. World Cable Thn Queen,
preceded by the Horse Guards, in passing through
Whitehall, to open Parliament to-day, waa grctMed
with mingled cheers and hisses, tbe latter predom
inating. Tbe cheers were chiefly given by the
Germans. Extraordinary police precautions pre
BoKPEAt'x, Feb. 12. Preparations are makinir
for the sitting ol tho Assembly. About 500 depu
ties are present. "
The result of the elections in twenty departments
is awaited, the greater portions of which are .occu
pied by the enemy. Thiers is elected in eighteen
departments, Trochu iu seven, Chaogarnier in four,
Gambetta in three, Favre in two, and Dufore in
four. . No news received of tbe Paris elections.
Bulbkelh; Feb. 12. Tbe king gives 10,000 francs
toward revictualling Paris.
London. Feb. 14. A Strasbourg paper contains
a communication signed by a Prussian to the t QVcl.
that Germany will never restore to France the ter
ritory covered by the city of Strasbourg.
London, Feb. 14. Tho Hoiim of Commons to
night, on motion of MriGludnt one, voted the dowry
of jC;0.000 to the Princes Louise arid an annual
allowance of G,000. The vote was unanimous.
Mr. Gladstone denied that the Prussian' bad
placed obstacles in the way of revictualling Purl.
The Premier aloo said tho Government suggested
to Prussia to make known the proposed terms of
I peaee, - - . . . .
The British Forefjrn Office received a telegram
auuary. Tbe north ol China
Will run as a Regular Packet to the above port. For Freight
er Passage apply to
nH 6m WALKER A ALLEN. A rents.
Regular Packet for Hannlei, Knuai.
TBR CLIPPER SCHOONER
JFAIK IT QUEEJV,
TFifl Sail as a Regular Packet as above.
Tor Freight or passage apply to
WALKER k ALLEN.
THe Cattle Disease. A new disease among beef
cattle, known by farmers as ' the " hoof disease,"
has spread rapidly among herds in New England
and elsewhere this winter, and has caused great
loss. It is getting to be such a serious matter that
it will probably be made the subject of legislation,
not only by tbe different States, but by Congress.
Election of Officers. At the regular monthly
meeting of Engine Company No. 4, held at their
hall last Tuesday evening, the fallowing officers were
electedior the ensuing year :
- A Foreman D. Kalakaua.
tt Assistant Foreman J. tJ. KawainuL
24 Assistant Foreman W. J. Noa.
Treasurer J. Kahai.
Honolulu Rifles. At a regular monthly meeting
held at the Armory, Friday evening March 3rd, tbe
following officers were duly elected for the ensuing
Captain Charles T. Gulick, (re-elected.)
1st Lieutenant Wm. Bennett.
2nd lieutenant Wm. Aula. "
quarter Master M T. Donnell. "
Smrgeon-E. Siren. "
Color Sergeant L.C.Young.
Orderlv Sergeant C. Bent ; 2nd Sergeant R. C. Austin ; 3rd
Sergeant W. Williams ; 4th Sergeant E. A. Morris ; 6th Ser
fant J E. Bush.
The Woman's Pacific Coast Jouknal. This is
the title of a neatly printed . monthly of sixteen
quarto pages, edited by Carrie F. Young, M. D.,
and published at San Francisco, at 91.50 per annum.
It claims to be published -" in the interest of women
and children," and sets forth as its motto, " With
firmness in the right as God gives us to see the
right". The editor we beg her pardon, the editress
declares her object to be to publish "a practical
health journal, teaching how to live when well so as
to keep well ; how to nurse the sick ; how to make
good blood, bright eyes, strong nerves, clear heads
and good memories." Among other wonderful things
which tbe Woman's Journal professes to teach is,
How married people can live together happily."
We can easily imagine that the editress might teach
us "how to dress babies, and how to cure cross
children,'.' but the making married people live to
gether happily is, we opine, in some eases a harder
task than managing babies. But, aside from per
haps a little too broad assertion of what will result
from following its teachings, the Journal is an ex
cellent publication and well worthy of a place in
every household. From the title, we were led to ex
pect long diatribes about " women's rights," but
were agreeably surprised to find it a rare compen
dium of useful and sound information and advice on
the laws of health. In some sensible advice to
young ladies," they are told that it is affectation for
Helen, Margaret, or Elizabeth to insist upon baby
names, such as Nellie, Maggie and Lizzie. But the
name of tbe editress, who thus lectures the young
ladies, appears prominently as Carrie, the diminutive
of Caroline. The Journal is well- worth the price,
and we wish it success.
intellicentlv discussed, so that all the litrbt nossible
could be thrown on it, and those 'interested might
know exactly what they were doing That was tbe
only interest we had in tbe matter, and in, that .we
have partially succeeded.. Why the beet-root ques
tion cannot be discussed on its intrinsic merits with
out the use of coarse and uncourteous allegations, is
probibly'owing to the coarse and uncourteous pro
clivities of the parties making them."
Causes of Scdden Death. Very few of the
sudden deaths which are said to arise from ' dis
eases of the ; heart ". do really arise from , that
cause. ' To ascertain the rfeal origin of sudden
deaths, experiments have been tried in Europe and
reported to a scientific congress held at Strasbourg.
Sixty-six cases of sudden death were made the
subject of a thorough post-mortem examination;
in these only two were found who bad died from
disease of the heart. Nine of sixty-six had died
from Sppoplexy , while there wero forty-six cases of
congestion of the lungs that is, the lungs were
so full of blood they could not work, there not
being room enough tor a sufficient quantity of air
to enter to support life. Tbe causes that produce
congestion of the lungs are cold feet, tight cloth
ing, costive bowels, sitting still chilled after be
ing warmed with labor or a rapid walk, going too
suddenly from close, heated rooms in the cold air,
especially after speaking, and sudden depressing
news operating on the blood. The causes of sud
den death being known, an avoidance of thern may
serve to lengthen many valuable lives which would
otherwise be lost under the verdict of " heart
complaint.' That disease is supposed to be in
evitable and incurable; hence, many may not
take the pains they would to avoid sudden death
if they knew it lay in their power.
The St Louis Republican calls Wendell Thillips
a political petrel." .
FiR3T THINGS. California, looking back over
1870, rejoices that it has seen during the year the
shipment of the first bale of home-raised silk; the
raising of tbe first successful crop of cotton, and
tbe first success in tbe manufacture of beet sugar.
Declining. Nevada bas lost so much ot its
population, owing to changes in mining move
ments, tbat it has now less than the minimum num
ber n-quired for tbe admission of a State. Perhaps
this is a warning against future haste, for now she
is in she can't be put out .
Less Cotton. Accounts from tbe planters lead
tbe Macon (Ga.) Telegraph to look for a heavy
falling off in cotton production next year, and a
corresponding increase in food crops. It intimates
tbat V.a cotton crop of Georgia, from all causes,
will fall Off 25 per cent, or upward of 100,000
The United ftates stpamr
Percenter, at Boston, and the sloreship Supply, at
New York, are placed at the disposal of the Con,
mittees organized in these places for the purpose ,t
fendiiig supplies 'for the destitute and suffering
people of-France and Germany.' These ships will
employ all tbe men now ai the disposal of th De
partment audit is auggesU'd tbat snpplwn for tbia
object collected at other places be forward- for
transportation from one of tbe above natru d iti-n.
Berlin. Feb. 1 4-Th Cross tJnzcttt raitmate
the French elections as two-thirds Monarchical and
one-third Republican.. The Bonapartists wr
badly beaten, and the future contest lica Ix4wn
I tbe Bourbons and Orleanints.
London, Feb.' 14. There are contiiitwsl details
of the increasing exactions of the Geraos ia tlu
Seine Inferiure. .
A Times Berlin def patch says tbe French elec
tions being pacific. Bismarck has eoneeded, ou
principle, to a prolongation ot the armistice for a
week, and bas made a definite agreement, depen
dent on certain militarv conlitlnn
The Telegraph's Versailles special says the Em-
pcror ia very unwell, ntj perstSU Ml DM (leterDll-
natiou to enter Paris.
A resumption of hostilities ia strongly appre
hended. London, Feb. 15 Tuw Paris press is excited.
La Reforms is opposed to the entry of tbe Germans
and forseea bloody encounters. A majority of the
journals counsel tb citizens to remain ia -doors,
and display mourning emblems during the passage
of the troops. There is a megr distribution of
provisions, but distress Is decreasing. Sealed let
ter are now posted ior Paris.
East CtucTvisTANCK Kanaa will rmv ita
outstanding debt amounting to $239,000, during
the current month, and will still have a large
balance in the treasury.
Jcst Right Tbe Supreme Court of Iowa has
just decided tbat the uae of intoxicating liquor in
moderation by a juryman, during tbe progress of
a trial, is sufficient reason for discarding the ver
dict, and grantipg a new trial.
Tbe democratic W. M. Tweed, of New York, bas
recently given fifty thousand dollars to the poor of
his ward. Tbe radical M. P. Tweed, of Minnesota,
has recently stolen seven thousand dollars from
tho school fund of bis country. There is a good
deal of difference, after all. between W. M.
Tweedledee and AL P. Tweedledum.
There is no denying the Tact that portions of the
Sues Canal will have to be reconstructed in order
to secure its permanent success and usefulness.
It will have to be widened in parts, and the break
water will have to be carried out further and en
dowed with more solidity and power of resistance.
It is said tbat, although it is reported tbat French
interest in this enterprise has been givou over to
English capitalists, such is not the fact. It is uu
event only as yet talked of.