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THIS DAY !
SCHOONER AT AUCTION !
Olf SATURDAY. - - - - JAN. 20th,
At 13 O'CLOCK. NON,
Ze SCHOONER KEONI ANA,
811 Tom RrtfUlrr.
Together with her 8ails, Spars. Rigging,
2 Anchors & Chains, 2 Extra Chains.
li.ii I nix Toiin Iron Ilallast !
K V ADAM-. Auct'r.
At SALESROOM on MONDAY
1 -1- Closes Taylor !
FIFTY BOXES FRESH APPLES,
FIFTY SACKS CAL. POTATOES,
TEN SACKS ONIONS.
B. P ADAMS. Au lion., r.
REGULAR ROOM SALE
AT 1U O'CLOCK A
AT S ALU BOOM.
FnglLah Ieuinia, Hickory Stripea,
lirown anJ Bie:icbeJ Cottona.
, Victorui I.awti9, Aworttal 1'ruita,
MoHqnito Netting, Dkh Ooola.
I'auu, Fan t Fatterna,
Shirt. Coats, &c, &c, Slc.
I I lt IS. OOODS!
Sicks, Stockings, Un-lershirt-, Urawra, Sic.
Fie Fruita, Table Fruits, Grrcn Corn, Yeant FowJera,
Currants, rUiaina, A.C., &c.
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE.
Flatea, Nappies. Bakers. Tumblers, Lamp-,
He, &c., SLC.
CHINA MATTLNCJ, TEAS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
HAWAIIAN SUGAKS, &c, &c.
Also. 300 t'oioaiiiilH !
E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
FOR s EE THE COTT AGE ON THK
!! ! ti .1 Ur'Klkiki rtrmerlv nr.uiifl l.v Miss Mflit-
JL (fmry. Apply to
if W. L UK KEN. i
Vt MS El COTTAGE TO LET AT
A 1 KI K 1 . Tbe UoiUsge rercaUy occaple,! by W. L.
lreo. at i he Beach. W.ikiki. Keut. 4 O per mouth
or by the ver it f .o per aaonth.
j.-.-tf Apply to W. L. URKKN.
THE STORE A I PREMISES OC-
fB cup it I by V. Uumptureys, opposite IheaaUor'a Hum..
JiA I -esaion giv 1-; of January, UttX Apply
aX trie Utflcr of
latif TIIEOD. C. 1IK1 ( K. Fort Street.
C1H 'lis MEL Jk .. H.tVINt; MADE
an luaucmneul to the u.jJ rsixoed of all l ir property lor
tt.e honetU of their cmlitors, all proma havinf lalma against
the aai.l firm of I'll U.I. MM. .V CO., are hereby miu-nled to
f !.! tv in to the uixl. r.gnej, aud all llioM n .icl leJ lo the
same are reuuesteJ to link- payment to
J23 in. F. A. ! Ilillal.
L DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
IN NUTJANU VALLEY FOR SALE !
TIIK rXDKRSIG v.o orrEM
FoKSAI.K his i ' i - rt . sitDaU.il in Nouana
Vlley un thr stit side, between the rrsiden.-rs
II. Hvlrh uv U.I C C liarri.. The liC cuciUnns about
acres of ( o.t pasture laud, well watered, .n which ia
located a r.d. .ultantial. and curenient Pwellinc House,
tablei. und Carrute llo.uw, aIM M tn,. sjojojawr nut II n..-
in r. d repair. 1 here is m necrr-f .ilins; sprint: -rf pure water
i n the i-r. un.es, ..... a tr am of water runniof taroWJOsOhf
ar. l Any cat w ,.hin to purrb .se a finely l.srated rest. I en. e
Will ow welt to call and examine the abuTe. Teinis easy, and
ui l b Lr! -wu ip w-.ti :l 1" WW IM'XCAN.
nlS At Ins UUcksmith Sh.ip mi rJspl tnade.
HSSSs.SU, Mor. IS, 1871.
IT IV ITII 11. IM KK Til T wTl
bear lestiraunr to the svpertorily of MB. MACAl'-
rl t " " It r K T I MXO , aa an Arti.t in this l.ne we
r-.r I. a.1 h in siui. ..--. in . iir r ,t ftif- in either
e are theref re icrcatl. i:..M t d f.-r the
With which he I. i- persevered iu reffulatmr an.1
ua duriuit our stay ui lloti lalu, and we thre
him t. the public a posSeMitiK a superiority
of stand ir pretension.
Hanger of Bt'dme StatSM Optra CO.
caJL r. mor. .
TO LET OR LEASE !
TIIO-.K VK.RV DCSIRABLI
I'KKMIShS on the riains known a. I'LC
LlM, at present cv-cuple-l l,y Vr. S B
Dole. The Dwellir.c House consists of a large
lor. I'ininc B"a. Three Bed Voaas and Pantry, two large
More Boom on baaemeut -. there ia also, un the u- i i. i .
ontAtr.in two r..m., detached Kitchen. Perranl's U.use,
Stabler, 4 . .ye. with a well of frond water. Poweasioo
lt!en on tbe flrst u( July ncC For further partirulars,
JoS tf aoply to JAM k S LF.MOX.
A F I B C II A , C E
i mi invBSTiara aufai.1.91 m
of mocey, or of seeuriuit
oK ui I UK Mr FXIblBLK DWI I LINb LOTS
In the City of H n iMu. la now offered by the l"n.lerirned He
,. denirnus to dispose nf that fine and healthily situated piece
of Laud adjoining toe Uo.ernment liar Jen, and frouUng school
and Fort Streets at the head of th- latter.
Any OM wishing to purchase should apply soon, as the Lot
will be tol l at m low figure. J. b. LKMuN.
TO RENT OR LEASE!
TH F BOfTSaC A M PKEMIsES Xt. 149
Nstma Arenor. App.ylo
tPept. Jltt fjrt tf C. WILLIAMS
THE ( Fl.tAR IMt.U IV STORE
l j- aoie of sk-.nng betw.n SOO and 400 TONS
ji U. M. WHITS ur.
lien Wanted I
SK t M E A M ORDI.N 4 R V M K
,A-Q. t"r the lnite.1 tt.te Ship " S ARRAO ASKTT "
S5fc Par-s2l.j(). Ti17.SOpef niueih.
Bsal will leave the Lsndlnc sf IU o'rlsrk ft M.
AM TSO MMPIC 'K !
APRIII'ORTIOVtL CHARGE OF THE
neresoary expenoe incurred for advertising Auction Pale
Will, as heretofore, be . barged to all eon.gnnff of Merchandise
to be ...1 at Auction, received i fore ur after ucb aJvertise-
mei.' s ar- Issued. U. BSIVW,
i K. V. ADAMS,
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN !
vPJSrft KKOM PIT'LOASALT WORKS
mmaX ab-iut the 15th 'd October, 1 'KE WORK
jTjT IM 0XBV, ' n dirs r-d, the oth-r (ixbt
re! with whita stripe on the back. The finder by returning
aid Oaen to Pualna Salt Works, will be llheially rewarded.
A i 3
BY C . 8 . B A RTO W
TH IS DAY !
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20th,
Ex Free Trade."
C. 8. BARIuW, AtHlNMr.
,vrr i . i :
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
. - - - JAN. 23d,
V ILL BK -.: :
U i:ER4L ASSORTMENT
Prints and Denims,
Brown and Bleached
Denims and Blue Cottons,
Boots and Shoes.
LQT qF CLOTHING!
LUT UF BOOHS I
Also, a Lot of Furniture !
Walnut Hair Cloth haangfi
Ji .ii (.'lalh Ear Chain.
BriUlrnil. Ilurran, Chnirs,
Vi..t Other Article.
And a Variety of
C. S. BAKTOW. Auctioneer.
HORSES AND CATTLE
iu.lmctra b F. II. Hun i-. Eaq..
iitucr of thr Estate of Otrto J. Holt l
s. ll at Puhlir Aurlioa,
ON SATURDAY, : : : :
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M..
At Smith's VuMncA", JrHtMfMsl Vtlllry, Oftjifisite the
Plantation of Mr. J. II. Wood.
A Lot Of Cattle and Horses.
Further Uescriplion will he gir.n hy p sters.
C. S. HA RTO W
The Three-Matel Cliper Sohonner
TV. P. fJorclan,
A II. I'KllliV. Master.
Will have Dispatch fur the aMTe Part. Sailing on or before
T xx ax x .- y OOtli!
For freight or passage apply to
jU WALKr.K v AL.I.KN, AoSOtl.
Bl. at h MM
Tnr. ma bkio
R oleit C o w an!
IlatHnj been thoroaylJy Repaired ' Coppered icill
sail for the above Port immediately.
For freight or pussact.' apply to
THKO. II. DAVIFS.
STEAMER " KILAUEA."
M Olf DAT, JAM ARY SC. IIII.O. MVKINQ
Circuit i.f II . returning Sunday, January 2S.
Monday, January SO.. .
Tuesday, Okbruary 6...
Thursday, Frbruary 15.
Munday, February 19 .
Monday, February .
h n t
K A I t 1
K O A
... Circuit of Hawaii.
BAJtUaL U. W lLIiKB,
United States, New Zealand and Australia
Mail Steamship Line.
For SA. FBAHTCISCO !
The Steamship MOSES TAYLOR !
WiU Sail trifun 48 knurs after htr arrival 'rum
For Auckland, N. Z.. and Sydney. N. S. W.
larkldiid with Steamer- fer other Ilea Zealand I'ort-.
Sydatey with WsaSslH lor 1 ellsowr nr.
THE STEAMSHIP NEVADA!
Immediately upon the arrival of tie Steamer from
San Francisco, and thi transfer of the .Mails.
TIM 1: -iwm.j:.
Dates of departure from Shu bates of I, part u re ,"rom Ho
Franc: ro fur Hoonlalu and notala for San Francisco and
Porta ia New Zetland and for Ports in New Zealand and
Australia. j Australia.
On or about
Wednesday ..January 3, Saturday January 1J, 1S72
We.li.eUay.. January 31, ls:j Saturday. .. February 10, 1872
Wednesday.. February 1TJ .turdy March 9. 1S72
Wedi.ea.lay M.nrch XT, )TJ .-aturday April 6, 1672
Passenger bo. kej through at reilucd rates to points ia the
Lasted States and to Liverpool, and also to port! iu New
Zealand and to tfaohawrwe.
For Freight an I Passage, and all further Inf.-iruiation,
ja6 Apply lo II. H Ac KFKI.n Co.. Agent.
M KI.I.ISII. Mn.lt r.
Will run a a Regular Packet
the above port. Tor Freight
or Passage apply to
WALKFR ALI.KN. A?ent
REI.I L1R PACKET FOR LAH11IA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL.
K. I. CRANE, Master.
Will Ron Reralarly betneenTliN Port and Lslialna,
IIoDololn every Meaday aud I.:ih.ilna every Thursday.
ja3m b. hackfeld a c... Agenu.
Regular Pack'. for llannlri. knuai.
THE CLIPPLR SCIIOONF.B
K A A I V A . M A ST B R.
Will Sail as a Ji&jalar J'ncLet as nh,ji e.
Per Freight or passage apply to
WALKER A ALLEN.
TO LET !
THOSE D ESI R A IIL.E PREMISES SIT-
I'ATKD oa the corner of Baretania and Punchtxjwl
Streets, known as the I.iu.Kia Psfrnise. For particu
lars enquire of (jaO) GEO C. M.'LEAN.
1 Boris Tt. W. W tKd
From San Francisco.
JK.sr f tl. I FORM A HT BIT.
FRE.SU CALIFORNIA LIME,
FUR eALK Y
H. Hackfeld & Co.
BARK KIA MOI !
Mil V UNDERSIGNED
1 vs Vesaei
EXPECT BV THE
A ii Invoice ol
They Now Offer For Sale to Arrive
vVt Low Rates !
CMflstiag in Part or the Fullowiuij;:
I3 rints, Assorted !
Drri.tcs. White Cottons.
Brown Cotton, Ticking,
Blue Flannel, Towels, Veil Bareges.
AMI A Fill ASST. OF DRV GOODS!
FUNNEL, SHIRTS, SADDLES,
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
A FULL AJS30RTMKNT OF
Asst. of Hardware
A EE AND EAGER BEER.
Market Baskets, Kuip'i Demijohns, Matchen, C'ontage.
i i o a i c s :
Aleohol, Chains anj Anchor, Demijohoa,
FIRE bricks, Portland cement !
Hon. ii, Koi-llug Slates,
I'ipe Clay, l ire Clay,
Oak ISoals lor Coasters, fcc. Ac.
H. HACKFELD A. O.
If i:l.L ll I
WINES & SPIRITS
Ko. T Merchant St.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED
EX LATE ARRIVALS:
iBLS. BASS' ALE, QTS. AND P1IVTS,
BBLS. JEFFREY'S ALE, QUARTS & PINTS.
BBL8. IN1 COOPE & CO'S ALE, Qts. & Pints.
BBLS. GERMAN ALE, Quarts ami pints,
BBLS. PORTEK, different brands, pts. and qts.
t'ASES K I I X A RT. PERE ET FII.S
Claa rn pagne!
Ctuarts and .Pints.
CASES SILLKKV MOUSSKFX CHAMPAGNE,
Quarts aud Tints.
CASES CHAS FAT. RE CHAMPAGNE, Qts. and pts.
CASES CHAPLEAU & CO.'S CHAMPAGNE,
Quarts and pints.
ASSORTED CORDIALS !
Such aa :
t'KEME HE CASSIS,
PABFAIT AMOUR, ANISETTE,
EATJ HE HANTZIC, NOYAU,
GOLH WATER, fte.. JSfc.
In. Out Olass Decantei
C?si I ? hinc Wines,
CASES CALIFORNIA WINES, different brands.
CASES FRENCH WINES, different brands.
CASES AUSTRALIAN WINES, different brands.
CLARET WINES, different brands, casks aud cases.
PORT .t SHERRY WINE?, in glass or in wood.
VERY SUPERIOR OLD PORT f..r medicinal use.
Very Best Asst. of BITTERS
IV IIOVOLl 1.1 . C'onalallng of:
Angostura, Boker', ilufeiand'i, Papifax, Humboldt'. Orange
rnnet Branea, I. X. L. Hotetter, Wild Gape Root,
rorett Wine. Mercado's, Holtzau.an's.
Pian.atioQ, Ac, ac.
A VET1Y XTL Cr HI
ASSORTMENT OF SPIRITS!
BRANDY. WHISKEY. GIN AND RUM,
of different qualities and brand. In zlass or ia wood.
In BUND or DUTY PAID.
Also, a Small Gfcnantity of
o. 1 Itourbon Wliiskey
Order-, from the other Island Promptly Attended to.
1.1 B K 14 A I. DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
TMI E I'.VDERNIGNED HAVE THIS DAV
formed a Co-Partnership for the purpose of carrying on
the Dry Goods. Clothing, Boot and Shoe iiusinesa. in all its
branches, at the old tland, corner of Marine and Nuuanu Si.,
under the name and style or S. MAGNIN' ft CO.
Honolulu. Jan. 1, ls.i t . MAGN IS,
B. L. LF. WIS.
E2STABLIS1 IKD 185
J01 TM. WATEHHOUSB.
ENGLISH, FRENCH, AMERICAN
GERMAN GOODS !
KTI'RNS TBI N K S FOR PAST FAVORS
is usru Btii-fil ui..! comkcs uot to be
lie offers tLe fulloaiug GooJs For Sale
Consisting of .
DRV GOODS, GROCERIES. CCTEERV,
HARD W A R E. E A RT HEN '.V A R E,
GLASSWARE. SADDLER V,
LEA T II E R GOODS.
PA I NTS. OILS. COLORS,
WITH a GREAT VARIETY of NOTIONS
NOT INCLUDED IN Till? A D V BBTDBBM I NT.
ENIMS. TICKINGS. BROWN COTTONS
;!iirti:i,s, Sheetings, variety of Ii.imn-kK, Carpets,
Amlaester K-.ia.. 'I weeds, M 1-skms, Kngluh Coburgs,
Fre:j h Merino -s, assorted (olors, Aipacas. Baratheas,
Green, scarlet and maeiit Uaize,
VThite Marcelta Bl- Iquilt.. and other varieties.
Cotton Turkish sheets and Towels,
V ),ile ai.d grey Linen Hoxk Towels. Horse Blankets,
White, t lu -, gree. s.arl t and green blaukets. of various
qnalili-s; llorrkos Long Cloth,
Fancy eoli red and white groond Prli is. including patterns
very d- siraie for natire trade.
Linen Pr:!I, sheetirw and Shirting. Piap-r.. 4rc.,
fcine ITaiiiii I. rkiaili I FlaaaeJ, White ElaaaeJ,
Silk Urenudine. Veil Uarege,
Black, wliite and brown Linen Thread,
Brooks' and other Spiol Cottons, Crochet Cotton,
Blue II rilling, White ConlaiXiJ, Amoskeag Ueniics,
Tape Ll.e 'ks, Cainbrfca, Bilcaiat, Ladies Corsets,
BoltOM and Trimmings. Black Silk Elastic.
All colors Beihu Wool, Black Ciape.
GENT'S HATS MADE BY CHRISTY & SON.
Ladies' Data and Bonnets, Children'-. Hats.
Men's and Boy's Superior Straw Hats,
Ladies', Children's and (iei.t's Gloves, various;
White I'ique. Silk Umbrella a. Cotton L'mbrellas,
Gent's Uoi n and Paper Collars, A very fine line of all
kinds of shirts, plain, colored wool and merino;
Neck Ties, .Men's Half Hose, wool an 1 notion;
Ladies' superior White and Brotvn Stockings,
A Complete Arctic Outfit !
All that a Whaler or a Flstteram Mould reuirr.
Merino I'nderst.irH and Drawers,
Linen and Lawn HandkeTChich, Carpet Bags,
Men's Mfd Boy's Caps, all dcaatlptlaoi
Pilot Coat, not to be surpassed; Black Cloth Sacs,
Kersoir. re Suits, Tweed Suits, Blue Flannel and Doeskin
Pants, for men, ouh and boy a. Regatta Shirts,
Jean Shifts, Turnover Shirts. Jack Shirt.s, Linen Hats,
Kioor CI ith. Carriage Cloth, iig Cloth,
Tatle Oil Cloth, ih .ice patterns; D.-rtha Skirts,
Victorii Lawns. Black Grenadine, Damask Stripes,
Tape Checks, Cambric.. H tir Cord 1 'hecks,
40 in- 01 z d Jaeooet, Wat proof Tweed, various colors.
Silk Velvets, Tin lataas, Cmehel Hdgina;,
Krerlaatlog Edgina;, Lodieo Maraor Collars. Jaconet Sett,
Nidson Sets, Linen Sets, Lac.- Tiea, JaCOOOt Scollop,
IWnitlooa, Hook Beollopa, Infai t's Froeh Bodies,
Cambric Skirts, veiy heavy-Kmbroidere.1 Skirts,
Good Selection of Goods for
Leap Year !
Handkerchiefs, silk; Linen and Uottoa Printed Handkerchiefs,
Table Covers mid Piano Covers ol all kinds; Alma Caps,
Prince of Wales Caps. Silk Pue.Mrees, Negro Caps,
Alpacca Gmbrettas, Bilk Parasols and Bonahadea,
Alpaca and Cotton d Linen Ticking.
Child's fancy Wool IJoots. Wool Bonnets, Wool Bodices,
Wool Clouds. Ladies' Fancy W.ml Ties, Wool Scarfs,
Aberdeen Hose and Half llos-. Military Half Hose,
Bas:i;inL' and Burlaps, Black Silk Cord and Tassels,
Mob tir Good, Chenille Goods, Black Silks, Fancy Silks,
Trimmintfs of all kinds. Burtons al kinds.
Shawls all kinds. Cap. s a (ireat variety. Lace Shawls,
Hilk Hi': r hiefs. fast colors Pink Ginghams,
Turkey Bod and Yellow, Turkey Cambric,
Striped and Padded Linen I'ulls, Honey Comb Towela,
Cotton and Linen Towels, Cab e Corda, Terry Cloth.
Pie Fruits. Pickles, Carbonate S.nla, Split Pe n,
Canary Beei, Hemp Seed, hite Beans, OatmeaJ,
Kpsom Sal's. Vorkshire H mis, VCatpoaHa Hams
Bteaehed Oinger, QrodW Pimento, Ground cloves.
Mixed Spice, Ground Black Pepper, White do.
Ground Ginger, Cavenoc Pepper,
Peppermint Hose and L. uiou Li z Migrs,
Lemon Peel, Orange peel,
Ci iiversaiioii L.7.e1iies, Sncar Sticks. Bath Pipes.
Cream Tartar. Mu-i.ard. Saleritus in j irs and bottles,
Table Vinegar, Chile inegar. Ia;.i k Perrtn'l Sauce,
Harvey's Sauce. Beading Sam e. John Bull Sauce,
Beef Steak Sauce, Mogul bailee. King of Oude Sauce,
Anchovy Sauce, Chutney Benee, IJniveraal Sauce
Bottle Salt, Bags Liverpool Snlt, by the ton or lag.
Caatoi nil, tjuarts, pints and half pints,
Knse Hair Oil,
Large and small Raspberry and ' ther Jams.
Pago and other Dried llerl'S. Tickled OuiOBS,
Capers, Nutmegs, Kssence Ie-moii and Vanilla,
French Peas, BeidlitS totlers,
l'otteti beef. Ham. Tonitue. S.ilinon,
1 lb tins God Boca, doe Ball Btos,
tlincer Nuts from the bakery of Huntley fc Palmer.
Also. OslKrne Biscuiia, I am Biscuits, Nonsuch Biscuits,
West India Pine Apple in Syrup,
Apricota, Si iwed p.-.ir.
A gr--.it variety of Bonobody' Luggage, done up in silver
and g 'l l motto kisses,
With other such like Sweet Things.
Silad Oil, Salmon Cutkts,
Kippered Herring!., Finnan 1: . . -
Oxford sausHtes, Truffled Pates,
1 11 tins Danish Butter. '1 Ms do. tii.-. Mince Meat,
Tun Rug Hah Plum Pudding.
Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste, Herrings a la Sardine,
Mackerel Sainton, Fresh Herrioga,
Bloaters, (ontetinies called sailor ottier times soldiers,
with something more that is t ..ilh-inme.
LATEST C01UMB1A RIVER SALNOI!
In Itarr. Is und half barrels.
Wi Utah ire Cheese, Chocolate, Sardines in ting,
THE FINEST BASS' ALE!
in quarts and pints, that can be found in the market.
Barclay & Perkin porter, war.-aute.l a first rate article,
and very nlfuhlc for noraing mothers.
Jeffrey Ale, n iar:s and pin s;
Ind tt Coope's Me. quarts and pint.;
Be-t Br.-meii Ale, . juris i..i units;
Chamnagne, iiu-irt. and pints, I 1 iet in oue dosen c.ses.
The i iai - and Beer) sold b the Ol initial i'aik.u .
These are sold by lb' Cask Off Case only in original
packages, tliat have uoi. been tampered with
Kuglish Soap, Vellow and Marine, Brown Windsor and
Ca-tile Soap. De Rubai.v t'mdle
UNADI 'LTER ATED
In regtrd to this article th
is a cret, and can warran1
mine wiil s.and when some other will crack. The late Mr
Torbert declared he iuld rutin i have one cask of my own
Importation than two casks of the aerag- Importation.
Cases Downer's Best Kerosene Oil,
Case. R.-st American Card Matches,
Hubbuok's Boiled 0U in drum aud casks, patent,
White Zinc Fine White Lead, Green Paint.
Black Paint, Red Lead. VelU.w Ochre, Venetian Red,
Lamp Black, lr Red, L- ad Dryers,
Spirits Turpentine, Ptas.er Paris,
Baddies of ail kinds. Ladies and Gents, not to he beat,
Bridles. Genuine Manilla Rope. New Zealand Rope,
The only Lot of Wire Slope iu the Market,
Camphor. Gun. Pistol. Post dor, Percussion Caps,
Shot of nil sites. School Si .te. Penci ,
Breech Loaders. Cartridg-s, Hoaieal B xes.
Concertinas, Accofdeona, Wax Fruit ami flowers,
O'ass Shsdes, Real China Tea a:.d Breakfast Sets,
I'inner Sets, (.awn Croquet S's. Bagatelle Boards.
: iddie. 1 iutes. V o n .-trin. .
T- y of a superior kind. Crying Babies,
Keyie Watches, Beach Ax-s, Halchels.Tiowela,
Oalvanize.1 Wheel Barrows, Iron Pip nr. Fire Brick,
Gimlets. Turners" Fil . Door lvk. Oaeat lAcks,
Pad basks, Spok -ahare?, Baz r Strop. Pit saws,
Cross Cut Saws, Hand Saws, frying Planes,
Jack Plants, smoothing Planes
Very Superior Butcher Kniv a. Steel Scissors,
Dog Chains. Putty Kroves, Shoe Knive. Pincers,
hoe Ra-ps. Coruscresvs, Vices, Farrier's Knives,
Oo, liis. sp. ir,. Shore) Oalvanised Buckets,
Oalv.niz I TuOs. .ialvamzed Tanks
Oalvanii-d Corn '"he:s Bu;t Screws,
Mouse Trap. Rat Traps. Cat Trat.s. Fox Traps,
Woll J raps. la i Traps, Woman Tt af W,
Double & Single Harness. Express Harness,
Twine. F'ish Lit:-s. Fish Do ks. Hex lean Spurs,
Silver Plated Bj urs. Turned Spurs. Yankee Axes,
Corrugate,; Iron, Red and Wi.ue Til s.
Iron Pot' fr. m j gallop to SO gallona,
i'.l gallon Iron try Pi Is. Tea Kettles,
lion Dawoepaoa, Oval h .ilei-s. Se ile und Ba'ancrs,
Lasts, Sons Balks, laistlssi. Anvds. B id Cag-s,
HslTtnisnd Arche.s, RiudlcS. Spikes. Brushware,
Flower anJ Tr e Trainers, Jack TrScka, Ir .n ti ite.
Iron Limp Posts with C pper Lsinps.same ss in the streets,
Bhott Iron, Flower Pots, fancy an 1 plain.
Wire Penetns;, Plain iron Feucicg, less than the price of
JOHN THOS. WAXERHOUSE
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 20
We uot infrt'4tieutlv htir t'.o inquiry, w!.v is
not the wLaiing busimxs prosecuted tuore from
chete lsinn is? An i no little surprise ia mani
fested when the faot is made known that the
business receives no enoouragement from (Ijverti
meut. Beyond the privilege which is a eiuipJe
matter of course of entering at the Custom
II nise their catch free of duty. whaling vessel
under the Hawaiian dug has not a single privi
lege or immunity in her country's watt rs that is
uot granted to the flags of other nations. The
permit to barter goods to the amount of two
hundred dollars, free of duty, which is the prin
cipal privilege granted to foreign wbalesliip, is
in these days seldom made use of, aud to the
Hawaiian whaler is of no benefit whatever.
It is the rule with all maritime nations except
this, to grant by statute laws all possible en
couragement to their own commerce, and in the
case of the fisheries of both Old and New Eng
land and France, large amounts have been paid
in the way of bounties. The result has beet) the
building up of a murine service and a productive
industry in those countries that has enriched
them and proved the w isdom of the pdicy.
In the pireseut condition of business at these
Islauds, where agriculture appears to be the only
pursuit to which capital and enterprise is being
directed, it would seem that a sound policy would
dictate the enacment of laws to further the inter-et-
and encourage the pursuit ul commerce, and
particularly the whaling business, for the prose
cution of which by our situation and the genius
of our people, we are so well adapted. The mat
ter of offering a bounty for a certain amount of
catch, is not perhaps to be thought of, but all
vessels fitted and owned here for the whaling or
sealing business, sailing under the Hawaiian flag,
and carrying as erew a certain proportion of
Hawaiian subjects, should be made free of charges
lor water, wharfage and towage. To this should
be added the privilege of imparting lrec of duty,
ail articles necessary for the prosecution of the
business, and really used therein. Urant those
privilege by way of encouragement, and we should
soon see it small fleet of Hawaiian whalers sailing
from these Islands, which would materially aid
by their catches to business resources.
Pi'tifi lea I ii,n"t iiiK for tii
Ji overnmenl naad I i-.
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
In yotur issue of January loth, ou had an ar all
on dry docks that struck me us being very i di
gestive, albeit I must tuke exception to BOflM P'r U
lu the first place 1 iu.., agree witb yuu that su a
dock as you propoe woul l be of great service ; s,
and would show all interested in ocean traflic at
we aro desirous of drawing to us as much t he
Pacific Ocean truusportation as we can. It ue
sense, wc owe it to the commerce of this I lis
phere that we should do all that we can lo akc
this mid-ocean harbor, a rendezvous for the
many vessels crossing from continent to coi ent,
or moving north and south. Naturally favi 1 as
we are with a fine harbor, easily accessible .1 all
weathers, ought we not to still further itnpro it by
bti:lding, not only dock-room, wharfage am '.tore
houses, aud iu erecting light-houses and sigi ! sta
tions, but also in providing efficient towage ft. disa
bled vessels, in order that they may cross the bar iu
safety, and such appliances for repairing them, that
they will always be assured of being maue sea
worthy agtiiu if doing so is within the rung i of pos
sibilities? 1 acknowledge, what is apparent to all,
that the science of oozing a ship is known and
practiced here in a manner that commands admira
tion and praise from all who have wituc sed the
operation; but there are repairs to be made ccasion-
ally to vessels, that, if they are done at all villi the
help of a box, are necessarily slow and e pensive,
(and I may add temporary) as compare . to the
thorough overhauling that can be given a ' jgeel in a
dry dock. Now the first question that wi! be asked
by nine out of ten is, will it pay to b ,ld such a
dock? Aud I am free to answer "No; uot us a
private enterprise." And this leads me to speak of
my exception. 1 do not agree with you iu saying
tiiat such an enterprise should not be a Qoverttauent
measure. With t lie fact that the expenditure of say
9250.000 for such a purpose (and yoiii- dock would
not cost it cent less, while it mioi,t be a good deal
more), would not pay 10 per cent ou the amount
invested, we shut the door iu the face of private
enterprise; and as the sal vantages attendant upon
the having of such a dock remain in full force, 1
think that it is plain that we must look at the enter
prise as a national one, and t .e Government as tbe
proper ugeut of the nation to construct it.
I have heard some rctiiai k that a sectional, or
fioaiug dock would not cost as much as a dry dock,
with its huge basin of cutatoue, aud powerful pomps
and appliauces; and though it is true that the first
cost would be considerably less on the first mentioned
one, yet in a very few years the million and a half
feet of timber used in the construction would demand
us large au outlay for annual repairs, us is expended
ou a ship coutaming the same quantity of timber,
while the dry dock properly constructed, would
require but a comparatively small sum to keep it iu
good order, and that sum need be no larger twenty
years from the time of construction, thau it would
be during the first.
Of oourae the building at each a work would t ike
a long time, and the Qo went men! would be obliged
to issue its bonds in payment ol the contractors to
the various portions of the work. Now with many,
the idea of incurring a large public debt is simply
horrible I And when such a debt is incurred for
merely speculative purposes," I fully agree iu
the sentiment felt by the abhorrers spoken oC But
when it cau be shown that the expenditure of a
large sum of money wilt result iu the establishment
of a national monument of still, enterprise and
forethought as a dock of the kind propored would
be I am of the opinion that tins Government would
I' fully justified iu undertaking the work. Let us
begin by negotiating a loan for a million of dollars if
need be, call in all our scattering obligations such as
the " 912,000 loan," the Hotel Bonds' fte.. See,,
and Commence the construe! ion of our dry dock a
soon as possible.
Such au enterprise as this if once undertaken,
should be carried forward with spirit, and be com
pleted as quickly us would be consistent with stability
aud good workmanship; and here comes in the ques
tion of labor. Not tbat we hive not amongst us a
large number of skilled mechanics who, in their
dillercnt vocations could be employed iu sufficient
number to cany forward rapidly their share of the
work, but I speak more particularly of the laburtrs
that would be needed in large numbers. Where are
we going to get them ? Why not empower the
Government to draft into its service all the idle male
population of the islands? What good reason does
there exist, for not compelling the labor of those
who now live amongst us without visible means of
It may be said that such a course would savor of
despotism, aud I am willing to call it such. We
have amongst us a large number of young men who
will not work, who obtain money iu some way, and
who are well clothed, and, to ju ige from their ap- .
pearance, abundantly fed.
Dsn they claim, under any pretext of " freedom of
action " tr " liberty of will " to be exempt from tbe
curse of labor ? and can our greatest (i. e., most im
practicable) philanthropists excuse them from contri
buting their ehareof honest toil to the grand total,
the fruits of which are seen in our prosperity, and the
decadence of whieh must be followed by moral and
financial ruin ? It may le urged by those who never
do or conceive of an original thing, that we hate no
"precedent" amongst civilized nations for such a
course. Let me remiud such that we have no in-
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eiau.v imisan ui n ivvan, w toe mass oi tue yiunjr i
new or worse. 1 tnr the maw at ll
tuen." hu 1 the actual cvuiut of that class
j n n-prclueer - vagrants as jrou very rightly una
them- would )ar rue cot in th assertion; an I I
OoatM i tin if ail of those who cannot livw that they
, hwve KUit Icgil.toatc occupation, thai iuaa thwiu
s'.l'-uppvrtiug. were provided by the I ruvrrnternt
With employment on rrr grrst public work, where,
while they were compelled to latv r. they should be
BfUgOBtBiJ paid, an J pains taken to see that they
Wire prvptrly c'.uthed. ted and housed, the NaUon, at
well a the individual themselves, would be rescued
from the slough of idleness into Welsh it ha sunk,
an J new life aud vigor be imparted to all; while the
Work iteelf Would stand as a ui nutueut of enterprise
on the part of the Government, a well as a la.-t-iug
tt.kea of re-aw.iker.e! energy tn the 1' V
NOTES Ol I II E W E E K
Tmk I.anai n:
irons by the hi
ird.-rers were brought di.wu ia
M i th: innrnitig.
Thk meeting of tbe M;iuu Children Society will
not be held until next Saturday Kvenmg. Jaaaarj
Masonic There w;!l be a Sjuwiil Mi t. g '
Hawaiian Lo9fC No. 21. F. A AM, at the Lodge
Kopm this ereniag, at 7 o'clock.
A BaiUAAKT reception wa.' given last evening ui
the new hotel . by the C 'maunder and Officers ol
(he 1". B. S. X i i ig ressff. A lull account is defer
red uutil Tuc.-d.iy's paper.
FiKkmkv's PaAAM vsu Btlt- The annual pa
rade of the Honolulu Fire I Vp.irtinctit takes place
i oil Saturday, the ...i ol next uiotitb. Wc nndet
I tend that the metubei s of No. 1 intend firing a
' ball on the occasion, and that " to prcrvnt 001 lakNrt,''
no spirits will be allowed at the half The tite
en are to be commended for their dctc riimiatitu
to be ou the Mite fide.
Pakticii.au J!i:i.m The itetuiicr of the
Gizettf seems to have takeu particular paiuviu his
account of the recent incendiary attempt, to omit
the uatue of a fneuiati, member of Kiiitine Co. No.
2." The firSUMtS alluded to, aud who was one of
the rery fiit and most active on the gr. und, docs
not aspire to notoriety, and we should have passed
the omission of his name Mr. James luuciii
without comment, only that we happeu to tie awure
that it wits from hiui the " uapper-up " of our
neighbor gained the particulars on w Inch to loutid
Ciravinu Hock fob Fsocimai.t, H- C In the
Viotorio Daily Stttnlt ni of a late date, tendei s are
ttdvertise.1 for, to construct a first-claas (Iniving
Dock fit Fsouiuiault. to be received up to the 'Join of
March next. The following is the provision of law
which guarantees the enterprise :
The lXuiiitiion tioverotuent shall guarantee the
interest for ten years from the date of the ooiupletinii
of the works at the rate of tire per cent, per annum
ou such sums not exceeding 10Q,OiiO sterling, ni
may be required for the construction of a first-class
(iiaviug Hock at Koquimiuilt."
II aKi oi k. a prisoner who encaped from tin- chain '
g nig about the middle ol last mouth, and lor whose
apprehension a reward had been offered hy tbe
Msrsbnl, was caught in a cave near Kapena falls
lust Thursday night, und brought up iu the Police
Court yesterday morning, when he received neii
tettee loi three OMBtha additional lor the escape.
Bnkaole was the prlnelpeJ in the eelehratsd whose-
bone ease some two years ago. having been sen
tenced. November 20. ISO'!, to imprisonment at
hoed labor lor three veers, foe steuiing bundles of
bom: from a rbalesblp, lnriiig his absence fruui
prison he has lived in the uioiitituiii hack of Kan- ,
I fiea plantation, subsisting on taro pulled ut night
time from that place nod cooked in raves. U hen
caught, he hud on good warm clothes Which ho said
lie hud "found" ut diOVrcnt tinn-K, on clothes
Si pr.KMF. CnttKT. The native jury were called onj
Tuesdsy, Mr. Justice Widcmann presidiiiir, ai.d thufi
following cases were disposed of :
The King rs. Katlio, charged with malicious in
jury iu driving a herd of cattle into a cam- field at
Kaalaea. Verdict not guilty . three dissenting. Mr.
McCully, Depufy Attorney General for the crown ;
Mr. Kanihtna for defendant.
The King St. Kaholokuuu, riot at L'wu. Appeal
from Judge Kamaknii. Verdict not guilty. L. hPOwllj
Depoty Attorney General for the crown ; Messrs.
Muhi, Kalaaukune and Kauihina, for defendant.
Yesterday the ease of Kabinu ct al tt. Aen, eject
ment, was tried in banco.
Yest'-rday, at Xisi Prjus, Mr. Justice Hsrtwell
heard tho case of J. Montgomery MS. J.I' I'Huger.
which is a suit for the value ol hay furni-hed. The
defence is that pluiutifl OJtfeed to take stable ma
nure iu satisfaction for the liar. The ease was
submitted at 4 v. m.. and the Court adjoin ned to
this morning ut Id o'clock.
Tiif.Cai.kmur. Saturday. Dee. 20, is St Fabian's,
who succeeded St. Anterus as bishop of Home . p.
2'i. II" offered in the Pticies persecution, a. o.
250. This is the eve of St. Agnes, u day celebrated
by poets and dear to maidens w ho utter uiug cer
t tin charms desire to be favored with di cuius of
their future husbands :
"They tol.l h. r how, upon 8. Agnes' eye,
VounK virgin might have visions of ih-light.
Ami soft a.lorn.iig from their loves iweetvs
Upoll the tSOSjerod Uii.liile of the nittht,
if eerenrrnijes due they did aright 1
As SI HUMS Vol to bed Ihey must retire,
Nor look boh ind, ii .r si. 1. ways, hut reijuire
tl heaven, Willi upward rjros, lor all thut they desire."
Sunday. 21st. St. Agnes, having devoted hersolfto
the service of God, refused to become the bride of
a noble Roman : she was charged with boioff
Christian, and endured many brutal indignities
rstlfer than sacrifice to the gods. She snlfered
martyrdom a. i. 904, being Dfst tbrOSt into the
flames and afterward beheaded. Monday. 22d St.
Vincent, a Kpaniard. He was terribly tottored for
his religion, being roasted on u gridiron, . i. 304.
Thursday, Beth Conversion ol St. Paul.
Caajun II KhNS 11 V GOO. P.U NCF.IOUT. Iu this
great comedy of life, the gift of pleasing, is one of
the most delightful attributes that human nature is
capable of presenting, and when We recognize the
fact, plainly aud clearly demonstrated before ns
without tiny flourish of trumpets, pictures'. Off lorgS
letters, it is our duty as journalists to rSOOfd the
event and give it its due meed of notice iu the
columns of our paper. Geo. Paiinosfoft'l dual feed
ings have been a decided and sterling success,
IJuflum's Hall, on the second night, as on the lirt,
uppearing B perfect boUqm t of beauty and grace,
while the plaudits and laughter elicited by Ihe
admirable manner in which the reader handled his
variety of subjects, proved beyond the shadow of a
doubt that he possessed that mesmeric influence and
genial sympathy of attraction that illustrates Ihe
true artist, combined with the practical und labori
ous student. The pathetic descriptions iu Nicholas
NiekoSby were feelingly rendered, while the humor
ous events would make an ascetic grin. The pa--aionate
elements were illustrated without noise or
rant, yet with appropriate and telling effect. The
o;. nerai iuaioer und bearing of tb- reader proved
that he had graduated in the best schools and been
accustomed to j resent him-elf before the beat style
of people. We hive not heard when Mr. PsenoSfbrt
will again appear, but when be does we have no
doubt of the result.
l'roni Helm VA'.sAI. January ISIh J
Fbi.m Ml B0BBB1 1 The .Morning Star rejiorts
that the natives at Tirawa, one of the small isleo le,
were bosjf in One ei their jietty w ars.Nulhiug a..
rious. TlDAL WAVE. The mail currier report a tidal
wave on the North side of this j-iand. timing Sui
srday night lust, which destrsyed the wall ol the
fish-pond of Lofcoen, belonging to His Maj.-sly and
can ied u;vay the w ulch-boii.-.e.
" It am ill Wind." tw. The gale that cspsstl
the Itevijnltiri to spring ale;,k and come into port,
has thus (.veil StUOiUJSlStlt totliirty or forty natives,
who ure now earning their fish and paj by discharg
ing her immense cargo of lumber on to the EspsSOOde.
Bt'TTKR foe i'ALliou.MA. Opposition is the life of
trade, so trade ought now to flourish, for we sets B
large lot of Colootel butter in kegs by the .ru',
botiiid to the California market, to compete with
importations from the Bast. Thus, by the meiins of
steam on the ocean and the land the pnsluctions of
the most distant parts of the world meet in 'alifornia.
Mr. H. H. Ham., formerly I. S Coosal at Syd
ney, and the priiieipul promoter of the line of
Slromen between the Colonies and San Francisr o
via Fiji, has, we peroeive by the papers, gone into
bankruptcy. In bis . schedule." be "tales his lia
bilities to be l7Mi. and his assets and giv s
us the reason ol his losol vency the luct that he tailed
to get tbe mail contract.
"As KS Saii.fi. as n Stum.' The arrival
t'r.ini liicronesia reports that the notorious Captain
Hayes has turned up aain, this time as a "trader '
among the islands in tbe Pacific. He has command
f a brig called the Lenere- probably the lost
Tjtuorc. ll '.here is an opportunity to kidnap na
tives or in titiy other way to "do" soniebouy in
those seas, Hayes is ihe man for the business. As
there are a number in our community who have
cause to n member Hayes, and may probably feel
un interest in heating of his whervwmQtfl and wel
fire, we glee him this notice.
men of a nation consent. oc to eat th
N .VMI VVKKILt Al'VaftTIKKsV tetlf
omlwg appeared tltf flrat number of thr (tun
W'wA'fa .Wivtl r. publUhed b Miwrs Hlaek .
lulu. srUo propoor Ui rontlnur Its iuHicuti..u n
connection with the wtn-klr I- . . r f . .. . It ia
cy pr t ! dheei sad rfll n. isajbi Iheofas .
pub'. !i rite" Wo wih ibe enternt i.iug pub
tfah. rs .'V- ry sners-aa irrl.
Our c. rit. rupi.rnrjr will arcvpt "iir arkuowbdg
ments tut the abort, graceful initio, ol our MlSf
priar. which glrs n tbe opportunity of asylng that
VO Shall spare im pains or iaboiu on our pait In
make tb- ivi tti,ni a pui.lie fav.our ' W
harr aln t.. th i: k Ike COSaatuailjl for th' ritrniir
agetnenl with Which our eudeavofs lo pJ'r- hat. I
already bsvn nvL
I. ..t. NiTiii. The fiillewlei appear in tbe
OmUt. F u ai Mrttlrutrnt of am ,utils i f the ei o
sf Akona (t'luuamaii) late of Kailua, ilanaii , .l
t..r KebruitrT lUth, t.f re the Chief Juidife, at
iloiioiulu i'entiou ol ooniiiiiatrafor lor eriiiiaatoti
to sei leal catate belonging to the late Uohei I loti ,
ikaalsd at Vahaaa. Hawaii . heanug on the vfuik
nistaut. Ul. iv Mr Justice lliria.d, at Hoimlulu.
i . ii.iu fur prqbats si will .4 the isle Alegau.br
i ues . he irm i n the ' '.th tti.ianl. bOre the
hit'! Juatioa i'etit.. a I. r .o.ie . the mi I . f Ibe
laie K l . rt M tin. ol Kabuku. i.abu ; bearing art
for lite 3d day ol April sex I, liefor the tliief .inrlM
POUCI 1'hht There was nothing in this C urt
ou 'Peosday, but on Wishtead ay, there mw a oasr of
I assault ai i battel Ji by one uative on another, at
l'xuo v. Vlio was she T Well, it was the wife of ooe
of tie' pal tue, upon whom they tailh appeared In
Mime mysterious way lo hare a claim, the one whaos
legal wife she was, getting assaulted and battered
bjr the other. The a.-sa niter was fined 6. A oiil
suit was heard Mount tiiunwald & Sohatte. dry
k Is dealers, r. Jerome Feary. aaauiupait, for
SSI. 12 for goods had aud d Itrerod to defondaut's
wife, with intent t, (til l ' The tlecwiita of the
Court .if i.'Mrseii.
fSBSS Hruil-V eraly. January 10th
la Goon Osnss. The caigo, now being dlarh urge. I
t'reiu the ship .Vicoy.t, is turning out in fine condition.
Tin. i.trM it of the new schemer
$.luiday w a p. ; te 't success. The Vtwsel ptovi.
, - , . - i j :, stifl, i hull i i ed pit j lc ill her
de. . acarocly carseuing ficr perovpubly.
gaatdupseji at Hawab Letters received irnm
Hilo by lust iirruul, repot t thut a severe shock of
rwrthunshs tras sxpertsaeod in that .md the iidjuin-
ing disinet ol I'd ilia, on the Mh iualalil. HTs aUall
receive particuluti. in a lew days.
Ai.Tiri tr or Mtri. In the BbOMfoMa which ap
peared yesterday, ia au interesting and well wrilleu
article on the operation of running the bu.se litis
ut Maui, by l'rofoor Alexander, Survcjor-geusrsd.
liv it we learn that the heighta of Haleakala and
VVY-t M mi have been determined by this survey, the
former being 0,:i0 feet, and the latter ft.T'JO feet
riiCiMM i I he schiMH.er .V vernan, Irnm la
bin, brings up a large number ol cocoaiiuu, and
amongst them we notice meOV thui have spiouted,
and are in jul the light stale to plant. An the
nuts lire huge, hutidsoine ones, we mitise our
n ailers who have a place lo adorn, to procure
some of those that uic Matdy to grow, and set them
out. A word in regard to the manner iu which
lliey should be pot u good hiad hole should be
diij:. and the earth pulverized and mixed with a
hMle -and and c UMiiei able salt. I he hole belli
tilled Up with the piepated earth ulld pretty w
packed, the cocoanula ale set any three together,
so that the appwi third of too goto smsJl he dhmee
the ground, und the threw forming a tiiungle tiivaa
uiinglliiec feel on a side. With plenty Ol SUN and
uot too much moisture, the young plant wi'l do
ii Ai.irim Votfiis At the Court llouae may be
seen an " ' ; t'etical Lift of the qualified voters "
in the city of Honolulu, certified by the Inspectors of
Flection, Messrs. Montgomery, l.wrse ami Ju I I
There aie about lMHI names ou the list. The publio
are informed that the Inspectors will be iu atlend
ance ut the 'lax Col lector 'a office ou Monday, January
2''d and ThursJay, Kth, " Bed any day or days fol
lowing, lis advertised by the Inspe. lois of elections,
thould oc cation require." The lattei is delightfully
Tin: lusii Mi itiiF.it I'm: Pf-icpftiutoiw Ait
JCSTOO. On the Mill ol November last, the
An BKTtSJCfl published u lellei lioiu a cot rs sptiliilitfi L
rn (he Island of i.anai, giving au account ol the
finding of I lie remains of a native named PaofSt,
who.it Wits suspected, hud BOM unit del '! MOM
time b. lore. The haMie, in lis usually leliable
und somnolent manner, look occasion lo pooh pooh
the report, a sensational. Now we learn that ihe
liivesisgsiloni which were set on wot by the BolhM
subsequent to the publicntion ol the letter ol our.
correspondent, have resulted in Ihe discovery of
till th- fads of the murder und the urrest of the
parlies Impliculeil, who are now in jail ut l.uhatuu.
M..1-I1.1I Paike sailed for Maui lust evening oil
business connected with the affair.
Tin: Puu IM BOSS Lank. Mr HeTWSBB, who
lives iu the udjoimng premises lo the house where
the tire occurred ou Saturday inoining last, uud
who wits the first on the' spot, says thul he was
aroused by hearing some person tiy fire, and then
run iii the lane. When leputy .Miirshal Duylon
got to the spot, ihe (ne, which hlld evidently been
kindled in the coiner, neur the window, vus run
, mug briskly up from a pile of loose shingl"s on to
, some boards that were standing up itguiust the
end of Ihe house, inside. These were quickly
taken down uud passed out of the window, and by
I he time Mutt was done the ll .tines had just begun
I to burst through the roof. Just at that moment
it bucket of water was brought and dashed on to
the roof, and the lire was put out. No. One und
Two were the only lire toinpuniea that got their
machines out. J'uiiug Saturday, all tint loose
lumber and m cumulations of rubbish in the build
ing that was flied was removed, und the tide next
the street board' I up.
PofJOR COtHJtl Fast Salurday, Funis flfinielsS
of Die historic naiiiM was again iu Court, "still
haiping mi" bis wile. It appealed thai Foms
th'.ught there was reseoB to believe that Ins fair
and Irail spouse wai keeping company with the
un l 'hri.sti.in Fop ., who bus been ihe cau aw of
hII his intiti iiii"iii.il troubles in the bouse oF om
ihule. and so this Knight ol lh' -orrowlul coun
tenance ' ! t. i iniflhvi lo ui oul Ihe brlfta Drom
under convoy. At the dead hour of BatOrdaV
night, the I. Hi llistiiut. l.oin- lepiiieii id i iniiie t
boose, aceoinpanii d by three st,,iit i talwurt friends,
; nil armed with clubs Bformldehls looking ioor
tette, one BBpeciully Icing ippatently s host in
himself, not far lioin s. veil foot high, and dink as
niglil and proceeded tO force un entrance by
teartflBJ tie- d"or liom its fastenifigs. 'Ihe owner
ol the house and his wile wilh other inmates, were
BSleeB ni 'he lime, and tulhei rodelf awakened by
hating the bed clothes snipped from them by the
eager l.ouis in search of his wlh' Whom lie did
not find. The foregoing being proved to the sails
fiction of the Court, s) fine of 1 2 was imposed on
the parlies, for tres:pus vi it amin. piare cbiumim
fregU, widt h i.' what Flaek-lolie Culls if. we iieljfve.
i On Monday morning, Joseph lliewsfer wus nr
lOlgocd lor u most wanton ami unprovoked iiaanull
the previous Saturday, on Jas. . BteOulre. It
, s.-.-iiis that Mr. .McOnire. who is u ery respectable
mecbBOio uud a man ol fumily, was ut woik Bt
Tihi.eu A. MlrsOs SSI's shipyard, wleo Frewsiwr
eauie up to him and without warning struck hirn a
severe bhni on the side of IhO brad, at the same
time using most opprobrious language. 1 1 denied
all know l.-dge of the affair, ami confessed to hav
ing ft.en drinking r in. d twenty dolutrs and csu.
J. Meuder, a man-of-war's man. for uss.tultiug it
native, u-n dollars. JemoB UcHonald, belonging
to the sojoe ship, being rJroob ami sUserderly, fee
dollars. -- 1 1
P.i i oi. vftJL-. It is pretty evident that there are
aasnogst us asem bold mid skillful thieves, who know
how to effect an entrance for the pursiae of robbery,
in spite ff liolts an 1 bars, tin Siturduy niifht or
serty Sondoy Btorniog Ltst, the store of Mr. G. 0,
Me eon, on Nuuanu stru t was entered, and about
?!.. is HDiill com taken Irom the till. The tracks of
tue thief iu going and coming were plainly to be seen
in the yard, and the impression oi the small bare
lost, wou'd go to show that the burglar was juobably
a Chinaman. At hs beefc disir, near tbe atreet,
where the entrance was effectel, au inch bit had been
ucd to bore, but afterwards an ineh aud a half
!,. -el pried tbe door open, the marks lieing plain.
In the first room entered was un oil tank, and the
marks ure ; linly v.eible whBN I -mall BMN
squeezed hime f through between the tank and a
large can. The inner door vra not securely fastened
and opened with but little trouble. o goods were
taken or disturbed, money being apparently the only
object. Our reporter, crossing the street from Mr.
McFean'-, visited the pretnies of Mr. Johti L. Cops,
who keep- a it.eu tote, an 1 who reported on the
nMJBi 1.14 ' f In 7th instant that his store had been
i idfcicd und a considerable sum of money stolen. The
(hz'tlt went out of its way last week to gratuitously
iamnuaie that the loblx-ry rc'sated by Mr. Cope ex
iSJjVl only in hi- imagination. After examining tbe
psAiuises, looking at Mr. Cope's books of aocouut,
und hearing hi stateesent, and in view also of bis
character und standing us an honest industrious
trader, who has no ocClM,j0n tu desire a false syui
ptthy, or to advertise pretending o robbery we
are oonvinosd that bis store was burglariously filtered
after one o'clock on the Sunday morning mentions1,
and over $400 in cash stolen. Mr. Cope in his ex
citement on discovering bis loss, made the m uii-
' natural mistake of removing some of the traces' of
I the burglary lsfore culling the police.