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VO VU), I P V . J.t.lUJHY
Tu arrival . f ib tfmmta I mmlor farm. a -a aa w.la corav-
n.trrial datea la th- tih. We tju le i
The intra l i b,r.' i.f raws, ai-d we ! : lu ' "' 'r m
III' ' ilu( .ti I ' - (M UIIMM rr pu4.
tlioc i- i 4l at 17013c. far Dry ; Green Halu-d,
Pi : i Small t a, rtfiv. d r Afo.ra Taylor. I'me
u rj. ...
" Bi K Th - mark t ia firi.; with in-. I. rat -:... on Land;
il iji ol-a .1 -: - .1-
- I'uLta On. I. held at tfV and Sic. with ou reeerfita of
sperm of BTktw.
Cofrag llr.airi.-a. r mtr:i t.-l c:i ur.-.u.t of lite stoi ms
far. .-nt log arrival. All active deu.ai.d ia e;rud before
long at ail . au.r,-.! pi te a.
Tlc iiuua that rsave revaiie.1 daring lUt lat uiti:Ii ban.
bt- rfr-rd w.th ua-le A the Couat, aut the .rovlaiun nuktt
Th- at. P J"" ia waWaaMBfJ P.a!irjr w th part 'f the
Anatril.Vi f M Trft oi li t!, t.... J'.ji ,r.nj
leave iataanli trl. The M ir. Il'oarf will l ik- ibe Balance,
and Briiali 1 auhig will Mian 1 ' liK ', aui ! u xniia
wnii.stsh it, 4 . u , j.ti: iui iS7..
TbIB at-aniabii Joara T lytit' kit tbia i-rt a4 au cuit
our II. ia A. M , kaiiX be n l - ai...il by alf aa of artralbvr.
Ttae Hi'tt i pot ta tail ibe bark Comtl I ft San Fraa
ciacu -o Ik' Tib ol ll iCaiiibT. V laara lb . I abf ajt bsCt
Msec clcaribS Ibc axrbur, anil Oiauily Icfi ou Un ajLu. The
ll- haT n' l.aa pr bamjr dritni hr to :h.- .atlicax.i, a:jJ
ttWymsabla taut alac will a t irir h-f Ix-foie n-t wrrk.
Th' R W. irtnd ia toaMi.f "ill. ll.r Uabutceol Ibe Actoctu'a
carg-i, ail .U bare iminciiule uaaicb.
Tba A ' JvriLmt baa a-curr.l a full Carg of lalaal J-ro-alucr,
ami anH aai! on Friday.
Front New B 'li-.r i w- baru tlat tin Traala, vblrh hae
afM or ar lining f.r thr ...rth raciflc, nninbcf tf
twenty anl tbirty. It w .uM aerm, aa wr have iLtiniateil b -re,
tbal U iirn- h.i r ,m- f .r ua to fit nt TiTwla from here
ft Hi wl..ii g UivDH, aa tb-s numb- r aailicf from tav: At
aartlir porta wUl b leas than ever be Ibe e.
V'r giv below a r.rrrcl liat of paaaengrra by thr .Voi
Bwy4av. Aftr :r 1 ualay tif rninc'a Jiti.n waa ml, xine
who were l" .k'.l to go, ileciu. to rtrinain over ( r ibe purj
f TiFilin; ! volcano.
Ml It A r, J.IXVJRY if,, li-.S.
TiiKlR i r.'.lin.ig f niio.Kl.iuce o rbr'.mr e in
rirclea aioo- ur aeini-w. :-k!y oS Ti urajay of ibia wrrk.
Adwr A P. Jurdm t rwinl a larg- fua:itily of ial-
iJHi"! i' ' v.ibatd at Dear! (aWyOMl f U W. Hood b to
Iwuaw inimed lately, aral aa the Csajarl ia r-p. it al Ij be r .111. aw
in ap We vriU:, atic ill ta rcaily (Mobably to I eeiva Ir right
The ateamat.io Utk ,t i of I lie W'el.b liue wia nrobabiy ar
riva in Han Iran, laco in Frbrujry, in tim. to he ptar.-r un the
A uatralbui line in Jaaxcn.
Our baaiiM-aa r iuniui.ity are aomewhat exeri iaeaj uer the
leropiary aW-tice of ignala from III.- tee;r.li hill, and we
anderatand that preparations are being made to ri-eatabliah
We w .uM rail attention to the advcrliaement of I.'. Brewer
4t Co. ia aitutber cotamu.
BSCKIPTS ol DOMISTtr PIODtl t fun THE WKKK.
Hatter, k. 1 Potato?, biiga ,7
.'attle, bead St) Rir, baga 2g
1 1..:. -a. ; i 71 Tallow, Ml 1
Hog 1 Sugar, kega 904
ll.irara Jhevp oO
INobvaaea, hbla M
EtMri vi Mospy MiiKCm We rllp the foil,, wing from
tba Mao Francisco Commrrrml tlrrald of January 5lh i
Boane Saliiraa lata been mauileated leal the $130,u00,0Ou
due from ranee to Germany, aral payable between the 1Mb
nt January. 1S78, an.! the Soth of April, ahould create anotb-r
atraio upon the r ain ami but 10 i fund of Kngiaml, and everciae
a repreaaive rir ct tut i or markela. The paymcuta are to be
mad bi-uionibJy, in u.atalluenta of $lti,iau.Ouu eacb, and, fa
our otrlnioti, I ac arb .i ilUUcnlly will be tided nvsr without
aTSaTaTacg any niarke 1 diatui hancca. However anxi.iua France
away at to aettis with and get rid of U.-nnany, ahe mual re
s' rain her ardor and do business ou a steady baaia that will
not cripple the capilaliats f Kurope, u arhoui ahe dependa for
aaaial.inrv. ibe lurthroining paymenta will, do doubt, be ar
ranged in a manner to conlorm with the arltial condition of
ibioga. litrniiuiy evinces no desire to be over-rigorous ; but
is raibsr anxbais sa renj. ve all oltalaelea to the receipt i f her
non. ys. Hbe wania o be paid, and will do uoihing that can
m flirt witb makiog tb Me p yinenta as eaay aa p anil le to
h.-r l.-bl"r. II. r c.pitaliala are already rolling in wealth, poa
xkd to know how to employ all their means, while England la
eiual!) plethoric with funds, liiasaarck will prdab:y conaenl
to rec.-ive a pml-Ki of th indemnity in billi tliat can be made
available ah- uld necesnitr require, and in d. iiig ao will only
eer-i-e the rocnnxKi l.uaineaa tact of a buaineaa man. The
lal naocM-tary apasm c.iuaeil by the payment of the first in
lemmty, has oeceaaitaleil the exercise of more caution, and
auflUi i.t UaTss Itaa been given to laake due .re.:irai ion. Un
arr these circnm-faAcea. are entertain no appr. hrnaion nf any
diaturbtuace to the regular working of Ihe money markela,
either at awaTSS or abr.xid. Capital arill bec..ni so pl"Dtiful In
Europe, that murh of it may seek employment on this aid" of
th AUav.tie It earns larger profits in ibe United Slates than
elsewhere, anil w- have a much more extensive field for the
levefcipment of lis power. Our l ieal rapitaliata inaiat on rates
'Sal ualuairial i orauila will nut warr.ml Tliev are verv
apr .porti -nale .1- maul. I'rei
on fot Is saeet any requirement on the part of France Iu as
aiat In paying the coming iiidemnily iiutidluienU.
pout or iioivroiaUiaU. h. i
Jan. 20 Am stmr Moses Taylor, N T Beanell, 11 days from
sWan Krantta o.
21 ebr Liliu. Walaa, from Koolao.
ti rta-br Pairy Uu n. waaiua, Iroui Kau; i.
-J sVhr llattie, Kaapunl. from Kauai.
Si B t twig Muaan. J V llugbis, 21 days from Tahiti.
Xt Schr laabella, Peter, from K's-laii.
J Schr ibid Peltow. Jim, from Hawaii.
39 rtchr Annie, Nika, from Kauai.
Sa Am -thr C M Ward, Rickiuan, days from llow
lan I'a Island.
ii Am brie I- P P4cr, James Milla. 2$ davs from
Masa Un. .Mexico.
25 sV.-l,r Warwick. John Bull, from Molokai.
24 Schr Bob R , Jiui, from Ka.au.
26 sklir Ki Moi, Pavia Ir an Manl.
Utf Am I'm. Cutuet, A Puller, atT days from Sau Fran-
2T-5.hr Juanita. Da UmX, Irnm Molokat.
27 Schr Moi Keiki, flreen, fr-m Vlaui.
-atT rVIrr Jenny, Barna, lt..m Kauai.
I K I v KTt'HKN.
Jan. 30 Pi-hr I.uk.i. Km.i, t r l' h
V rtehr Wai d.-. Alapal, lor Hawaii.
2: Am atmr N. va.l i. Rl- then, fir Anrklmd
M Am atmr uuaes Taylor, lWiux-tt. lor sjaui Pram iat
1 s, r Active. Ilopn, for Hawaii.
.I - i.-hr M. i Reiki. Jre.-n. for Maui.
4 si. hr .Nellie Merrill, t ram-. I- r Maui.
24 Schr llokulele, AhaUiala, fur Maui.
24 stchr Mary Ellen. Jim. for Hawaii.
24 Stmr KPau-a. Mrflreg r. f..r Maui anil Hawaii.
8.V rVhr (airy Wn-eti, Kaaina. f r Kauai.
2a tc!r Annie. .N - l .r Kauai.
20 Schr Kinau. Adams, lor Ko-.laa.
jtl sVl.r Warwick, John Hull. ! r Molokai.
M Sebr Ka Mi, UavU, b Maui.
I KM OKA N lA.
Xmk ateaniahlp Muses Taylor, N T Bennett, ('oinmain
. . ..!..... l-n Oil. at 1" il l M ll. I .in,- a S F
rl .all riaiaavv - - - - - a I
wind with very bad cross aea lor 48 hours made little or no
BrjAlWav. Jan l-'t i at 11 P M paaaeil atewmship A merit a
boaud in bad lifht a- -iiti.-rlv sind Ironi the 11th niilil reach
intt; purt Jan lMh at 2 I N paa-ed a bark ateering .N E, wind ;
liht. Jan JOth at 4 A M a.ghled Molokai ; latased a hiif
beating up the Channel off Molosai ; arrived at Honolulu at
a, fa aa A. K. Cum, I'ursvr.
RtrotT or St iiooxbb c. M. Wan. cpt. Rit i.-
lafA Honolulu I)k lsih. 19T1. with the wind from the smith-
ea-t. veering to .ne wea.ara -aw wssw ww -F a-
ia; n,.rih I ms 1S" - IS weal ; t.iok the trades in lat 14 - 30'
r.h,b..(rlK'aty west. Arrived at rh.en.x Island Ilec
. ... .
-."Jth. la-ft l'hani lor Kn.iertury iiec 3o;n. Arrived at
Koderbury-. at 4 r same day. Left En.ie.t.urv . ju i.
1CT. for Baker' Island. Arrived at Baker's Island Jan 5ih.
ZS Baker', for HowUttul'a o the e.h January. Arrived at
HowUmfs Island . the 7th. larft rTowiand'a laiand f .r H.
.irfn "the'wsrS KZrl'JVZ '
weather looking very threatening. On the night oi the 2u h
January hlowinf hard from Ihe westward, with heavy sea
running. On the 2ii wind haaled to the northwest, with
tTmmm mm 'S, rnrnVm r m. re n7-ierate. Arrived off Dia- ,
n.m.d Head after araage of to, days frrn iiowiand . isi-
and, and a round trip of Ml daya. At Enderbury'a lalai.d
spoke whaling barks I'rogreas with loo barrels sperm, and
Ijumats. clean. FuUnd everything working aatialaciorily at
the laiatada visited.
Repobt ok bbk Cowtct, Car-r. a. Fi ller. Lefi San
VmncsscoruvcSbth. in craaiag ihe liar lock acrerai asaa on
board, it breaking at the time
The tirai 16 daya out a con-
tinuation ol heavy galea from SrF.
to rrJW with a great deal
of rain. Then bad 4 days' Ugtit winds from NK to ESE
Froni Jan jiat t . .a h bad a very heavy gale of wind with i
plenty rain from rtSE to rY(W. blow iug heaviest when it I
rearha-d ww .wHb a vers heavy aweii froni va .nw. After the I
wT'Tt Jot LJ1Tm M
BtroBT or Bam l. P. Fosteb, Csft. Javtaa Mills
I-eft Mazatian Dec 29th . had very smooth sea and light wind
varying from northwest to north. Afterward very light trade
winda until Jan 2Cth. In aight r.f Maui Jan 20th ; b id a very
heavy me fmm the westward, with a tremendous aea and
heavy rain sonatls. The gale reached its height on Monday
night, Jan 22d. when the barometer fell to M 23. The wind
then BMxlWaled and drew lo the northward. Made the port in
3 Oava ;r i.i 3l4zalla:i.
:......., ........ v i i.i
We are in.lcbt.al to Mr. Geo. F. Weston, chemist, at Ender
bury'a. for the following interesting memoranda, under date of
The Hawaiian bark Manna toaa arrived here Nov 17th.
after a passage of 19 daya from Honolulu, and alter lauding
tores and one passenger, preceded on h-r C ruise the same
day, having on board thirty Btttive labor, ra for Baker'a laiand.
The wh iling bark l..iel. Cat. rwifi. arrived off the lastaTad
Dec. Vth, ! days from limiolulu The raj t un r iirt.l heavy
weather anal a gale from the westward on the 2d and 3d He-
same day. The whaling bark Progress, c'apt D.wd. n. ar-
lived off the island UiC 1Mb. Soon after making .and a large
"school" r.f vrra whales wirre sighted ; boats were lowered
and I ur whales atruek. three ol stn.n were ihmi rkae in
fcTiiTh I inih i - i: - -. -- --- 1 - "
during ihe ran. Uld "off and on " unid tire 8-41. wh-n she ,
Bailed to the westward, intending M lonrh at one of the i-lands j
of ihe Kings Mai group t.r wood. Tne whales turn .. .ui one 1
numiru o.rreis or on. me capiaiua as lue imu.r avaaaaaaa "e
aeia r;Krt all well on board.
- .w--- a . , r" a- tars t nomas anu uauiiuier. .'ir aiai .'iiaa iionkiua. .
aid ; awr.llatl m abr.od l eunrh tile Anta Km. Mra and Mi-a DtfikM n. llet.Vv Marfarlane. Mr W on-
nwner. the it, uatrie. I uilt by it and the was-. , ,ir. , f,.,MI , Ml.. K Korniuirlar. Henry Marii... Mrs Uoss-ell, J lingg,
"fil 1 J n, du rulMU'ita0d- II It tk.ir.l. Jem ra,a i.eer. sol 175 deck
aVthftr.s Iruan le.ndon iodirate a rnnarkahly pie t hone money 1
I M POB 1 .
Isos r,a flaMMt Per Ma. lay1r, Jan J'rth i 1J
I a.-. Mat.ulactur. J CaMMM .. T I RtM : 6 ra Tobacco to
II I Noite ; 377 paga Brooms, Woojaarr. Rubber i'. thing.
Flour. Butter. I'otala-a a'.d Aop ra to K I' Atlanta ; ItjZ pkga
(. - I . II May 4 pkgs Cuttoii ii Mall M 1' A Sciaaelcr A;
I , . j pk Fi.rt..lur and Croceri.s, 4 liil.iird Table to A
II. rb- l N : I'riutrU Cotf na M Or.irr : - Lr MaTaW, -k(a
Bica t. II BaCkJaM ak C ; 19 pkf Furniture, 2 pka
l;imaa to C F W illuxua : I i-kg Hdlk r t.. K V hitman A I
In fkga Vhik-jr to Galfr-y Kbnd .a ; kg (Jblofae tiouua
Faafe 'h.iu2 A o ; 4 t.kga Bafatl rv 0 I D.i.l M I 2U kga
n .:r t . K La At Ur - : 'j j k(t- th Kia, Hai arl iii,rt, 1
I. i is 1 p.ir Matting ta A I
Hr i-k"-aJ ; 3 pkg- I i iuor.
i i Fotal a t . Va.ker A
.1 i -kga Fui .."ir- to J
M .ii.lii : 1 i k' Mnlarar" to li B-Kej& . . "i
ptaslluni an 1 l.uuf.. :or it ! lot.a u F. II (TW . ; r A Co;
J kga B. el Mca'a to F.ig Cotig ak Co i 91 pkga Cbiaaac
liqml Wad g ak AcLuck i 8 'kr; Cbln- U m Ah
Z4 pg GrSC ilea la CfsTaag II oa t Co ; 10S pkgS Clli
f; ajala a Park ClaOSw ) "4 pkga I'hineae Uuca's a Araee it
., Bg ; 4 sftga llala axi I aja to J II Msl k 1" pkga Rap I
. l!i. a A A j ! 1 pkg T ibaCOO to II I slaTaWaBw ; S t ka
M as Baal Mats as r4 Ma. nin ; JtA pkga Cro ariss to Judd A
I t .:. 1 j kg. nillllaSSIJI to T G Thium ; 1 pkg lJruga I . F.
II .1 i. i i I kg- UfMa to llroti A Cm 3 kga l.oju r
as I' latsag . i i i'kg i . ken, ' ikg Ot i aft aWaTsca A
Cm l i kg m,i bia rj Is J 1 anas 1 i , S3 takes Pasatsi to A
M Mi .v . I fig Wbaabeyr. 2 pkga Cottons to A 8 Cag
Uorn ; 1 1 pkga U in.1, ii i M lae, ::i pkga II inlwar to lw. rs
A Darkass . t kga C eat les Is U I Hi Intj re : II pkga Pa-l-er.
gi 7 ( g, llar ia .re.ti. T .1 ItavPs : IpkgBaataawG
llr r .1 (. . :9 p. ;a III -t. t T J1 "-it. .:. A S .:, ; lfl
;.a.a;i sfcrllirtal C'stlotal to J I Wslcrh Use j 7 ta llala
la M M Orl t.ium ; S pkgs Shirt, llala and Bwass (,, M
I'l.iliii a A Co ; lay pkga llardw ire to Dillingham A Co : 137
I kg ll.ir !r ire Is Caallc 4t Cke , 49 (ikga ilaiilaare. Paints
I laoulacture I Cotlo a to E O Hal! A Sea ; 1 pkg (alaaa
ki li.t'.re.r I)- j..u tanent ; 1 pkg Commode lo K l May ; 1 pkg
I: ka as II rJtaS HwWSsd . 1 pkg BosfaS t . R VcK.Ll.tn ; 1 pkg
U ankrta ti. C Psltssaj ; i pkga Planta Is E Uimoi.j ; 1 pkg
J . rv t.. Order ; 3 pkga Card B-aard t R NaWraWSstl ; 4 pka
l-ig. r i . Or 1 r , 5 k.a Mdse in A J Carlsrigbt , 1 linn- to E
Hall ; I pkg Muse lo Mr SSS1 ta i 1 Books la It I ItasSII
1 rtiau.p to f (i Thrum ; 1 pkg Mil-., to (.'apt I raiie ; 1 pkg
M'ls to F Pratt ; 2 pkga MwM lo C A mis wis ; and SSI
pkgs Mb' in tranattu I r Xc Zealand and Aualralia.
PaoM Tallin Per ruaau, Jan. 1A : 4s corda Alio IVuul,
Wi hsaketi C'b renal. 13 laaga Fuogua, l l -na l.ime, 21 i
pea Hid' a, S OS Tuuibiera to Order.
Fans Cl atM laXawiap Wmt C. M. Ward, Jan. 21tb 174
Enf t P.,i BarreU. 1 bx (240 fjva) Old Vell.,w Jlelal to C A
U ..'.aula A Lo ; 4 bxs TobaCXo tu Jno K .aa.
Faint MaZATi.a Per L. P. Fast r. Jan. 5tli i 17 Iloraes.
Baggage and Accaiutrsoaeuts of C'ircua t-onipauy.
PtiOM Sv F4i la o Per Comet, Jan. JClh : 1 case
IJ.e.k- I" II M Whitney I IM bU Um to sVttiks .V Allen;
10 ha lakass, jit druuia '.. to A Hickaou ; la ca ide
I.J T W 3U rhnaaas 11 halts and taw M.l lo liofl'.-chlaeger
A Co ; 3d pkga Vdae, it) ca Gasoiiue to J M cinilb ; 4 pkga
M l e lo C E W illrnms . Jio or ska Flour to Botlea A Co i ta
Opium lo Af-i.g A Arbunk ; It pkga Mils; la I'. Ii tSJ A Co
1 c.ae .Ml e I r Bail.eu -, o pkga Mia.- i 1 II Duma; o i
pkga Mdae to Cuatle A CoSatS ; ft ca llardw are to llnlii gh .in
A l.j ; Sep ttawwatmn to I. O Uall -V .- a ; loo u.r aka I e.ur,
lu aka Pulabaea. lo ca Bread. I ca Mdse to A W Peirr A Co ;
Sr. pkga Mdae. SI b tra and bndla Iron lo Then C ItetaCk,
Ma) bid- l ine-, loo aka Oaia, l&ti hales Hay. 12.3-5 Bricks, 7
tous Ice to C l.r-er it Co; 10i biga Bmn. 4H bags f around
B.ir'ev, -Vi l.aga Polatoea, i ca Onious, a balca 11 air. 3 ra Ma-
li.n.-ry. -3)1 has Applea lo Order.
Km AecsLaMD vwu pJvd.iey Per Nevada. Jan. 'Hsi -.-
I'idTee, ke 1 riugur. !as
iSujj .r, kej. 1 Wliani g Hear, Lxa
Value Djhhsiic. .fJUtt 05 ; PaMCtga fiTU U0.
I'oB 8x pBA.actaco Per Moacs Taylnr, Jam 21th i
llai aiiia. bntlia 350 llried Plah, raae
Ilelel laravea, hva 4 "i...ir. kega
t; ffee, kega 4 Tamarinds, bbl
t I'lthiiit, ca 2'
Vsawt BNiHSIIl $51S 31.
In iratititu frxjiH Auntrniia mid flfic Ztnlmid :
Hum r. . -a 2'JJ fl dd, ca
Hnlle-d llta-r. bhls 6 R-, OS Is
t.'uriiaaitiea. jkja 3 Mam pie Leather, pate. U
(irs-s Seed, aks 900 Wool, halts
Pus Has Fm.M imo Per A. P J. r.lan, Jan. 20lh :
CucuNtiuts 35,000 Pulu. hales
I .If kin-. pea 3.itice, baga
Hides, gre n. M'a 342 ;u?ar, kega 1
airy, pea 12a i b.ia
M..!aaa.-. pkga 159 Tallow, pkga
Paddv. Iiaga 173
Value D-iiii' atic. .$2S,43ai 5 ; Foreign fliJ 50.
Fiov SUN Pit .txcrsco Per Moaea Tal r, Jan 20th II
W rJevtranr... W Dim., rid, S T Alexander. W It bUss, A
llerliert. wife and daughter, Mia Purcelle. R .Neweomb, wife
mid child, Mr- si K Morrison, 3 Chi dren and aervant. Win
llonnelly, f; C Karlher, P Knye, and 27 iu tranaitu lor New
Z'-alaud and Australia.
I on Ai fcLDAND Sv'DMKV Per Nevada, Jan. Slat
I...U a llaaeUnex er, C Htinhardt, and 27 iu transitu from Sail
f R I
iovi Tahiti Per Su. m, Jan. 22.1 Cant Schntidcr, P
itflri, .Mr and Mrs CayA". and 4 Chiitt-as.
IB A ImvriMO-ri-r .Mi 9 lavhr. Jan. 24th si
Magniii. v. if aud 2 children, M Eckart, Mrs V Uillinga. V
i una. R V Kirkhain aaal 2 daughtera. M rs llastinga, ilaug liter
an. I servant, V Link Pred Moll, Mra R llifrhii ga, ilitua l.nia
B -n. David K-lly. P J Roaa, J. hn M Roan. W Pat lev , R i Cas
ino, t 'has laice, W Ahaee, T Wetla, J W Matter. S 8 Gage,
8'J it. Irani. la from Auatfali i and Xew Zealand.
'ob VVimiwabii I'tiRTs r.-r hilau-a, Jan. atlli T fc.
John lil.is.lidl. (;.. Dutniiiia ami Mra Doiuinis, Cant
as Mak.as. Juli a Wvae. John Jonts, Mra r (i Met. Mr and
Irs Dillingham, child and 2 servatua, D Januer, s T Alexan-
r. Mra bulk-r and rhild, frank M.lcall, Dr (. P .Nieh-.U,
v K A l.vman, Mr Af n.', J S Chriat.e, Col Z si Siiaaliliiig,
J M Holland, C J Maston, Jos Vicorine, L Wohlera, and
Faoai MazaTi.an Per la. P. Ftter, Jan. 25th Mr and
Mra W roasts, W in Th mpsnii, Mia Thompaoii, Omar Kinai. ,
Jatiita Rov , llatiiel Crow, Joa WiUiaUTM, lieu Bfasrv, Kugeiie
I.e. , Master II nic.i. Ma.-i r Johnny Cajke, rred Btorrer, Mr
FrR., n w h i ii .i, mner. Ja,ts Pe.pie, Chaa DunUp,
J- hal Lawless, Harry De lit.
FbuwSai Fba.ncihco Per Comet, Jan 2Cth Mra Frankle
Bk (lira tang, from Newcastle on Tvne. sailed Sept 7th.
Hk Ka M i, btm Hr. m n, tmHei Wept 27th.
Bk MalvitM-r, from Bremen, sailed Oct 5th.
VtSSKLS IN PORT.
Am 3-iiKist schr A P Jordan, Perry, Sails for sau FraiicUroi
Am achr Bui oi i t hamix-ra. f. r Tahiti.
Am brig M .ruing pilar. Matthews.
Am hk Camden. II Kahinaon. .
Am bktti Free Trade, Huddington, di-ehargii.g.
Nor r bk A t.-dniit.i, Sinclair. npairir(.
Brit hriz Robert CowtTaTa, Revel), disriiarging.
Brit brig Susan, lltighea. diacharging.
Brit ahi Devoiiahire, Watiera, di-charging-
llaw hk R W Wood, Weeks, loading tor San Francisco.
Brit hip Nicoya. Jonea, discharging.
Am arhi 1 M Ward, Kirkman.
Am htig I. P lost r, Jntnea .Mills.
Am hk Coiue t, A Fuller.
Mmeu-lu this city. January 2-'d. Rebrcca. youngest
daughter ol the late Robert Moigan. age.1 4 years and 4 days.
In thia city, January 2od lu Ihe wife of Henry Cooper, Eai) .
I1 . - '11.
; (L ommrrfhil Slbbfrtisfr.
SATURDAY. JANUARY 27.
Tho Law of Adoption.
On Thursday last. ?. case of considerable im.
portance came up in the Supreme Court for trial
by a native jury , involving the heirship of 6orue
twcilt ...five thousand dollars worth of real estate,
"""W ln "',8 c,t.V elsewhere on the islands,
. i t 1 1 c m. I 1 I i L. '. - .
inc nuiK oi ine ian.1 nowever oeiug euuuieu on
() lhl,f nd including a pretty large tract of
. ,. . , .
" PMtf land at Lwa.
The history of the C;vc, in brief, is as follows :
In 187 maJe the
Just ice at Clmmbcm for the issuance of letter" of
adnnitistration npoii the estate tt N.iktir.j . de-
ceased intestate, who was the widow and devis-
OJy cgtco of a chief named l'uhalahua. At the
J " I
hearing before the Chief Justice, one Kaaoaopa,
, . , . , . .
a woman, appeared, and claimed the right to
administer on the estate, as being the adopted
child of Nakunptt and her husband, and as such
t;je tJCjr 0f tt)e propcrty, and alleging that
al.A .. .1. ,.! i . in a n mitlaa i.n tra tKn r.vlalon..A . T
' f . " " ,
any law of the country retjuiring that adoptions
, , , . , . . mi r.i w
should be made in writing. The C hicf Justice .
dec-tied adversely to the claimant, it not appear-
inS J the evidence then adduced that she was
an ad-ipted child. An appeal from this decision
a. ., taken to a iurv. who nave a vordict that the
claimant wns a ketki hanai of Nakunpa. There-
upon she petitioned the Chief Justice to be de-
eland the heir to the propcrty. Judgment to
tlmr r.lTr.rr r.r. in.imTd tiro f.irmn. f as n
" "' - r r ' ' v -
matter of form,") against which an appeal was
taken to tlie full lench. At the present (Jann-
ary) term of the Court, a lengthy and exhaustive
deeia n was rendered by Chief Justice. Allen
(Mr. Justice Widemann concurring) in which he
reviewed the ground taken against a judgment
on the verdict, which was to the effect that a
Person adopted by verbal agreement prior to the
enactment of written laws requiring that the
adoption should be in writing, could not inherit
. . , - , , . ... , . i
bJ ioTCC alunc of Ut'inS kukt nanai, or as it
Ui isars to be rendered, an adopted child. It
was also contended by counsel for the Con tee tan t
j that as no statute ran be found which l-ecog-
aVM the rciati jrjsiiip ot" un ad tptcd ahild :u an
iiilii-riring relation, wc inui-t conclude :lvit no such
incident ttmf'rrfti to it before tiie first enactment
on the sufiject." On this point wc quote from
the decision of the Chief Justice :
This objection his great force. But we account
for this omission of special reference to an adopted
c i.i. !, in t-r:..s, to the J.tct that when obe was adopted
in that rcJatioOja be was M regarded as a child in the
, f:in,ily, and entitled to all the rights of a chil i of the
l"--. t" U9d. ,V"r
ide l e.ju illv bet wtcu the iatcatate's chi; lien. We
regard ati aloj tel child nf include. in this general
, term. We mean a child who is ad pted a.- one's own
' child, :.tli the deaV on Jerstaudiug tout he is entitled
to m . : bhip. The Cuiatt is fully aware th it children
often live i u:. Ur the charge of :.it.e acting iu the
rd iti u j- ir-ji.ts, j far lis hod and clothing were
COaTaCaWDOd, who were not entitled to inbtritance. And
hence the great rlifjjaawlrj ot a Ija 1ic-atinn iu this class
.- -, after the i.ipee of so many year, and Counu
and Jurit should require tiie - ii ui'ittory evi
dence that the adoption was made in reference to
heir-hip as well as to general care and supervision
So fir as the Cvurt have referred iu their dec. sious to
the general question of adoption, it has been taken
as an admit ted ptiucinle that children adapted with
., , i .-. i e i
the foregoing provisions had the right of inheritance
un ler the wiitten law of descent now in frce.
The following paragraphs contain the nioet
salient pjiuta of this decision :
The Court is of opinion that there were children
by adoption who were regarded in all respects one's
own children, and that iu trie enactment of laws, the
same terms were aF plied to thm as to the chddren of
the blood, that is, they were regarded as the intes-
tate's children. . ,
1 he majority of the Court are of opinion tliat there
was. prior to the written law, a custom and usage
which recognized an adoption, if cleiily definetl in
the contract, hy which the child adopted might bean
..v., u . .1 v,. a.iv,i.t..
..... ... r ,i. ..--.......,(.
As a li.ptiuii was recogniiel by the ancient customs
snd h is continued to be by the laws of the Kingdom,
it is evident that it was a relationship endeared to
the people, and regarded by them of the highest im
portance. Is it reasonable to suppose then, that it
i:np irtcil no right that it was the relationship of a
d'iy, and fur a coinpiratively unimportant purpose ?
To the Hawaiian, it was a sacred rel-ttion, and hav
ing nil ii. e rights, duties and obligations of a child of
the blood ; and the opinion which the majority of
the ourt entertain is, that by ancient custom ana
usage an adopted child was au heir of his adopted
parents, when so stipulated, and that the same view
of these rights of the adopted child waa entertained
uy toe uitrercut iat -isimive uouies 01 me rving.iom,
' although the spec tic term is not used iu the law of
But the evidence as to the right of the keik i h'inai
to inherit, is somewhat contlictiug, and the Court are
uncertain w int the intention of the jury was in ren
dering the verdict, by the terms used, and therefore
they regard it as nn act of justice to the parties, that
a new trial should be granted. The verdict is not
clearly responsive to the issue, and it is the judgment
of the Court that the verdict of the jury be set aside
and a new trial granted
Mr. Justice llartwell, dissenting from theopin-
ion of the majority of the Court, says at the out-
garde. 1 as sufficient to make such child an heir.
lite Act of 18b-l. under which probate appeals are
triable by lury, restricts such trials to issues of fact
in claims under a will or under the statute of de-
scents. An issue of the adoption of an heir by in-
cient custom is not triable by jury therefore, unless
it be classed as a claim under a will, aud no such
claim is now presented, or under the statute of de
scents, on the ground that this statute may be con
strued to include adopted heirs with issue of the
body, as heirs nt law. The construction, as it seems
to me, is legally impossible. For these reasous I
think the decree cannot stand.
Nor do I think that a new trial in any form should
l.O iriit.tAil B-aa i r... L-r., ....I. a.ai al.Io - - ,l;,ul D:...a
aaj ...... i -a , iui j h ajaaa. ii.- .1 ..o nno ..i uiui aiubc
the present statutes of wills, descent and transfer of
property took tdlecr, I do not regard her act, in
adopting the appellee as an heir, as one which the
law can now sanction aud effectuate.
Some difficulty occurred on Thursday in getting
a jury qualified to sit, and the panel was ex
hausted before this was accomplished. Some had
sat before on the previous trial of the case, and
r.rliAea I .... I t I ..e . . aaaaaaaaaaaal n r, Baaaa 'II..
. . . .i.i . .71 . . I ' no V Ii 111! I'lllllioil. Ill'
question to be decided by the jury was stated by
. .. . . , . . , ..
counsel in the opening to be, what kind ol un
adoption was the one in dispute ? Was it simply
to feed, clothe and educate, or was it an adoption
tl HQ Heir I ltllS, It WOUlll appear, 13 a SOIIie-
. i . , . . e , . , .
what delicate punt for a jury to decide, and out
of the ordinary range of questions submitted to
this form of trial.
; Grave doubts have been expressed of late -cars
JiL. !... t 1 r V ...I
fj some of the best legal minds of Europe and
America as to the positive value of retaining the
sjsteui of trials by jury. It has been held, and
with much reason, that by the jury system justice
is often defeated of its ends. No one who has
watched the ClirtS of this COUtltrV will fail to
concede that sucli is often the case hero.
The jury brought iu a verdict at 10 o?cIock last
night, against t he claimant. Notice of motion
for a new trial was given.
The recent storm and wet weather has revived
with peculiar jiertincncy a question that we have
j heard asked quite frequently before, both by
travelers and among our own citizens why is it
that better protection from the weather iu the
ehape of sheds is not provided at our wharves
for goods received by the steamers? Wc will
venture to assert that there is no place in the
world which like this is a depot for goods in
transit, where so little care is taken in this re
spect. It is frequently the case, as it was on the
urnval of the steamer from California last Satur-
d.iv. that valuable goods are left on the wharf
' jur.u . . -
. r . v. i uuuuiij vj . t j v. i. . . .iii u, iruivioi vy LIU
consignees. They are placed under the shetl,
which is about half large enough to cover the
ship's loading with its roof, and which is open
on every side to admit the driving rain btorm.
That goods run a rit-k of getting damaged under
euch circumstances us these, is a state of things
that should not be allowed to continue a dav
Kverybody knowB that the article of wool
luUr5t of MOTMSj- be kept iverfectly dry, while
I, . a .
j being conveyed as freight, otherwise the market-
able quality become;! seriout-ly afi'ected. And an-
other fact may be mentioned, which is particu-
i luriv iuiDortant to be remembered and that is
that wool when closely packed in bales in a .
ship's hold, wilt, if it has received any moisture,
become Tcry likely to heat, and to such a decree
that spontaneous combustion lias been known to
, , . , i . at i
result, and the ship become exposed to the dan-
gcr of a conflagration. At the risk of being
sneered at as alarmists, we assert that it is tLe
height of imprudence to crowd into an ocean'
.,rt... V. .neirl ni .a . thniicnnil rtlil.ta i- i.t.-.
a tosb the ocean, a lading of wet bales of wool,
i .. a- . aa
inasmuch as serious results, like tho6e we have
intimated, might follow. We do not assert that
the wool put on board the steamer which left
port Wednesday was badly wetted by the rain
storm lo which it was in a great degree exr-osed ;
but it would have been but for the extraordinary
care and vigilance used by those in charge of the
The noint we are ainiinff at is to show the
r - o
great need that exists for the building of larger
and enclosed sheds on the wharves used for land-
ing of merchandise from the steamers, for pro-
tcction nguinst the rain and the sun for the lat-
tcr. to tome Fpccics of goods, is almost as dam-
aging as the former. The already large and
rapidly increasing transit merchandise business
between the Colonies and San WnaOmWO, ol which
Honolulu is the depot, calls for this necessary
a cominodation at our hand?, and we have heard
. , , , r .
some surprise expressed that the agents of the
steamers at this port have not exerted themselves
in the matter.
While on this subject, wo will repeat a pre-
The verdict that the appellee was a kiki atnusiii"1y incorrect and absurd, while others are
i,,,r. " or loster-child of the decedent, gives no reaaoIl:lhle auU just. We are led to suspect that
basis tor a judgment or decree, for this relatiou of j J ,
itself alone h is never, as I understand, been re- : sometimes for matters of fact he has set down a
vi u reuiark iuale by u, tliat our island fu-
munity ihe travelers and the ehipj rs of goods
have fair cause for complaint that the tiovern-
merit authorities have neglected to build a proper
uhed far protection atrainst wind ami weather at
the landing place of the steamer Kilauea. Such
a etrUlJture would be of trreat utility, and an ad-
dition to the comfort and convenience of the
The late Edward Kverett. renowned more as
so orator than a stateriiuivn, though t one time
j.rtdiiir.ent ae h .th, had occasion during his career
to l.uve s Hue of7ici.il dealings with the Hawaiian
i ivciiiiiietit, which he is buid to have joea.a-4.ly
elmiactenzcd aa " the little j iu-heud lovernuieiit
away out in the Pacific" It may howeTer be
sotuewhat onsuling to our pride in this particular
to reflect that, email though we are, we are
great deal written about abroad, and evfrvtbing
t)at j written is ought nfter and read, and we
, .. , t..ii . P ,
mav eurrofC belief cil, whether it he true or fal.-e,
aaaaaj MnBa mmm'
een.-ible or abrjurd. Kven Mark Twain, among
his -tock of lecture;?, had one on the Sandwich
Inlands, in which be doubtless horrified old ladies
by describing our cannibal practice1, and offered
J ,ilugtrate jll8 wbiMt, if any one in the audi-
. , r .
enw W"'"1'1 ,,lm a bftbJ" ut the fairest
writer who has shed ink upon us and our sur-
roundings, was the Rev. Dr. Stone, of San Fran-
, . . ,
Pu,d us a '!ort W Ll6t summer, and
whose sermon on ' The Isles ' on his return
llome waej printoj i this journal of Sept. 30th,
1871. Headers of our paper in Um States, Irotn
whom we have heard, were much pleased with
the Reverend Doctor's description of " Life in
the Tropics," so different train another story by
that title, which was a distorted libel and Lave
taken pride in j-assing it around for perusal
among their friends, until the paper is worn out
in the handling.
, Among others who have lately undertaken to
z ' .. ,. i 1 a :
M1 ,,awau and 118 " P""'
gMr. II. II. Houghtou, who our readers will rec-
vlh ct as I'nited States Consul at l.ahaina during
Vresident Lincoln's administration. Mr. Hough
ton was a veteran newspaper man, and has
returned to his old business at Cialena, III., where
he has recently commenced the publication of a
large thirty -six column weekly, with the rather
high-sounding title of the Spirit of the Press."
In this the ex-Consul has been giving in a series
of articles entiiled "The Sandwich Islands," a
curious melange of what lie saw and heard dur-
has hia residence here, spiced with bis own de-
ductions and reflections, some ot which are
j j"ew of the interesting and romantic talcs that a
credulous stranger will be apt to hear oeca-
. , . ,. . ,
: sionally at lafthaina as well as at other places on
j the islands. After enumerating the different offi-
cials of the .overnment, and giving their nation
alities, (crediting Dorchester Mass., with being
the birth-place of Governor Doininis !) he sitys
he thinks his readers will concede, that for so
small an affair, the Kingdom of Hawaii is a
good deal governed." We will conclude with
the following sensible remarks from Mr. Hough-
i ton's last article that has come to hand :
It ia thmurht bv aome. that when the nation dwindles to a
remnant, the aoveremuly will into lilt- nanus ot wrae
strong nation. We do not believe that this will be thai "case.
Ha DM Von on earth wants, or will saut it. Their very weak-ti-
s is their protection, aa certainly as is the weakness of an
inl nil CbOd its protection II the Hawaiian rare dies out, or
if thev w. re evlinct to-day. the live thousand white men there
would firm a g d government to-morrow, that would he juat .
as fully rtttgniz' d by other nations as is the present one. All
comraaercla nations want a safe stopping plat.- there, and thai .
i all thev do Malts want of these Islands To effect or eon-
liim fhia nil th- ffreAt nations of
j - - - . . .j -
ia 01 tut- c-ini'iiert lai -i m paaaa
... t, ,
ip I,, tiariilon, . Theie ia iml enough of lllelll to ((Uarrel
about, and uol enough lo tief-iul at Ihe coal ol war, one large
nation cotiteiiding with another. Come to mattera of fact, a
nalio iniUeif w.ak. that it could not defend itself against
from roolesUtl on by other large nations. When, dun g our
' -.. I .. laalallna ,.t I . ' ita r ..." 1 . i i I 1 1 WHS tlllt
forth acknowledging Ihe South ua helligerenU, the burlesque of
its kind was c "iuiltte.
THERE wild. BK A SPECIAL
-p- Meeliai ol Hook Ladder Co. No. 1, on MOR-
ItgtaTe-a. 1)AY kvkning, January 29ih, 182, at 7j
I ..'.-ha-it. fill per order of the Foreman.
On Saturday ICvenisig, Jan. 37,
Wll.la HAVE TIIE HONOR Of PRE
sentitig to the Ladies and tieuthuien of Honolulu,
another of his popular Readings, consisting of
THE EXECUTION of MONTROSE,
Prom the l.ays of the Scottish Cavaliers. Also, a selection
Eomeo & Juliet, and the Ladies of the Lea.
HOUSE TO LET FUENISHED.
lO. OPPOSITE EMMA Sil .4RE.
with three rooms, and a bath-bouM HttHCtie.t. neni
.. -a. ili a 1 I -ala aj .. IA
three roOBOS, and a bath-house Hitachi
i, a Me 1 1 on i re at the third house I ehin
reaa.inat.le. 11. quire at tne mini nouae lypawi v.
up the suiall road that lea.lsinlo r..it mi eel.
ja J7 tf
i learn U
COATED SMART A" O IT II TO
ie general dry goods Business.
11 A YS.Kl.DKN BRO..
A I.I. I P. R S O N' S
A RE HEREBY
TinSI'D ai:.iinst allowme their animuis to trespass upon
the laud known as l.l MA HA l. on ine tsianu . u assn, was
undersign-.! Having leased the san.e from "IM''j.eded
All persons St tresnaasing hereafter, will he proceeoea
against accot-dlnii to law. chclan a- Co.
Honolulu, January ijth. 1S72. ja. 3m
Honolulu Engine Company No. 1,
TO BE HELD AT
Bullum's Hall on Saturday Evening,;
Febrnnry 3rl. lS7i.
MtmbT9 are requested to apptar in Uniform.
COMMITTFK OF &RRASQTCM BMT8. Frank W. Dunne,
ChBB. II. Wilson. F. W. lehr. W. F. Williams. Thr.
Lucas, l'an. McCoriiston, J. T. Cbayter Jaat7 Ja
Restaurant & Boarding House
COFFEE A X 1
Hillitird Saloon !
"II. la BE KEPT I A lli.a A.ili
eal matiuer to tuaraniee enure saiisiaction.
BOARD. ir.00 PER V E K.
j2T 4t LOU 1 3 KAHLBAUM, Maur.akea St.
HONOLULU LAUNDRY I
CORN KR OF
U t y E AND RICHARD STREE T8.
MCHOL.1S aV CO.. BEG TO IX-
ivs f rm the inbal tants of lionoluia ana capiams oi
Vessels, that they intend opening a new haun.lrj. cornerc.i
Queen and Richard Ptreet. on the 13th of February. 1"2.
and h pe by strict attention to business and good wominan
ship to have a share of public patronage.
Wnoii ti I vv n y a in nttendntic?.
ja2T lm M. NICHOLAS A Co.lprietors
Properties For Sale or Lease !
THE HOUSE AM) la - Mk.
entrance of 1'au .a Valley, formerly occupied CJg
by Mr. .-tephen Spencer, the lot includes a
large kalo patch and over 2 acres of land.
The House and Land of Hienalole 3 at North Kona, Hawaii,
formerly occupied by the late Mr. Daniel Montgomery, and
coDlainiag 6S acres.
The celehrat .1 SUGAR I.AM) OF II A KAU AC.
iu the District of Hilo. Hawaii
The Land. Iloose. Psstavre an,i Premises of AUAl'KKAE,
Kona, Hawaii, containing about TOO acres.
A Furni-heJ Cottage at Waikiki Beach.
ALSO, TO LET
Th" Premises at the eorner of Fort and Queen Streets, Ho
nolulu, lately occupied by Mr. J. Pickford, and suitable fur
offices, chops, Ac.
for particuUr. apply to w L. 0REEN.
G. BREWER & GO.
OFFER FOR SALE
LIST OF MERCHANDISE !
'A H it II
WILL BE SOLD LOW
Al.n n.J bolts.
BELTING. KIBBEK A 1. IC A T 1 1 E K
rluucs. H tV H inch.
Boilers, (farmers' 20 & 40 gallons.
Butter in casks.
Bags. Burlaps sod Gunny ;
l! rooms, Corn and Bitch ;
Boats. W hal- and Shore ;
Bristol Bri. ks,
Blacking, u Mason's ;"
Chains, Lift and Cable,
Cultivators and l'eeth.
Cotton, Blue and White,
Casks, New and Old.
Carts, Mule ;
Carls, Horse ;
Cans, Hand ;
Collars, Mule j
C'lama, Utile Neck ;
Coal, Cumberland .
Ceuieut, ii. I. lale .
Corn, ureeu ;
Duck, Hemp o i. ,
Uuck i ouvon 1 to 10,
Duck, Blues, New styles.
Duck, Taw, New Styles,
KL.BOWS AND TS,
K A I N CRADLES,
Olieraitis, i and 1 gallon,
Hose, Kui.ber ,
llatorets, Shingling and Axes ;
Horses, W cod and Clothes,
Hoes, Socket ;
Hata. Palm laeaf ;
IRON. UUILEK t
A Cam, CA KKIAGE)
Jams, Australian, 1 aud ii tb;
Mule I ollars,
Maria i rati
Ja7AlIaS, COM P. ASST.
ll .ml.s, Clinch ;
Nm?s, Cut ;
Nails. Ktais i
Oil, Kerosene ;
U tilers, Spiced and Fresh,
PLOWS, A lata STI LUS
Ml PailR 3 Ho, pa,
P.pea, Clay ;
Pork, rarxuly ;
Ik 1 V E1S,
holiera for Hay Cutters,
Hopes, Mauila all aix.es,
CJTOVES,AsiT. ST V EES,
Sugar, Brown ;
Sugar, Boston Crushed ;
bah, lurk's Island ,
ball, fable ;
Bhooks, Keg ;
Stiooka. Barrel ;
btaooks, oil ;
Twme, Cotton, Flax. Jute;
T's and Klbows,
1 uhs, netts;
T Vta.-inog Machines,
W heel Jacks,
W agons, suuhade, shifUng top, Concord, bmhyi
,KC (j27 It) C. BREWER fc CO.
EIVIPfcrOY TIIE REST! !
'Mil rvDKHsicMcn. ii4Vi; phi),
CIHID Itac Scrams tf a (apartor TMarsaiitc to In lis I
f HORSE SHOEING,
A oald rrttMtfully anltrit a aharr of IulVr Mnaiif
j.tO In 14 TO Kmc saWatk, IJaajutal
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE !!
ikT A SK 111. MKTCT-
l.N J or lbs fir Wardena tor lbs
Pity of H"i l.. J. : 'a Ihla day. it
sa Keaolved U- at ooce and alrtcily
enforce the Proviaions of the Law, ss found in the C.vil Code.
law tmA mm mmmwm
-V-tioo ll shall be the duty of the F.ie w arjena. twaee
In every year, snd ss roach olteoer as they saay think pfaaprr.
toexamlus the dwelling hoases snd other buildings la te.r
resi-ertive diairicls, for ihe porj-aae of ascertainin aijr vu-la-t
..us of this taw also, to exaasme the ar. places, hewrthm,
chirni.eva, stoves and st.-ve pipes io their reapeetlve dl-trvris.
and upon Coding any 1 1 thesn defective or dangerous. Un r . or
.iiher i.r Ihem. ahall direct the owner or .afe-apant. by written
n. ti.-e. io alu-r, remove, or aansral Ita- ssmw i mm I. in case erf
neglect or refusal so to do. the lasrry otTenJiBg ahall l.w'et a.l
y i4. f.ar the benefit of the Fire Osparltornl. and for every
dav eaj the tiaws aHottrw fear sweh altrrauaai. rswMvwl ur aaaeo-l
meot. the party Bo offending shsll fc.iteit snd pay the further
sum of tTO. and the Firs V ardcu may taiake ,uch slterstK.u.
removal or ameodmeot at the eaj-rwss of lbs said owner or oc
eVttim aS It shall be the duly of eaci and every Fire
Warden ts praasreule all petwoaw gut ty of a viotat wi .f any
of ihe pro.ialosvs at ibis law, u f re Ihe fiRasj Court of HOBjB
lulu. and they ahall pay over all fliiea eoUected lot he Trurer
of Ihe Fire Department, deducting JO per cenl of aucli fines Ibr
la ir reapee-tive aervlceaj.
eVctiou 34S. Kvery building ooco.ied as a dwelling hoose
In Honolulu, .ar as a store-hotise, or regular place of business,
shall be furniahed wltb at lewat two firs-buckets, which shall
he kept in a eaanapicuous place, and upon which 'be name .if
the owner shall be painted ; and all occupants of buildings not
so furnished shsll be liable to a line not exceeding $10
JOHN TIBIiKTS, Fire Warden Dlstrlet Mo. 1,
R GILL1LAND, Pire Wards District No. J.
GKO. KISRLKV, Fire Wsrdcn District No. S,
WM. A' 1.1'. Fire Warden District No. 4
Honolulu. Jan. 19. 187L JsJO 3C
Isrgrl ! call siwat rxsmlar lte best lai f
VefiK.ea ever offered in the Honolulu Market, namely on.
first -eiass Light Road Buggy, one flrsK-lass Medium Road
Boggy, "ne second-liaud Buggy, one fine Top Buggy, one
Heavy Express Wagon, one Three-Seat Wagon, one Light
II. rse Cart, one Oig Phaeton, one Threaa-Seat Phaeton, and
two Standing Top Carriage.
Alao, Two Fine Carriage Hearses.
The above wilt be Sold at Prices to rait the Times.
Apply to M. BKNFIKLD.
j13 im T4 and T6 King Street, Honolulu.
'MM I' NDERSlG NED HAVE THIS DAY
formed B Cupar nershlp to carry un the trasiness of Sad
dle and Harness making and Carriage Trimming In all Us
branches, at the old stano No. S3 KINO STRbttT. sign of ibe
horse, under the name and sljle of R WHITMAN A
Honolulu, Jan. 1. 187S K. WHITMAN,
ddo lm C. W GKLbTT.
TOIIV la SMITH IKS
IS ADM ITT RED A
JF Partner with me In my Bus!
A. B. CLbOHORN at CO.
Honolulu, 1st January, 1S72.
The Firm style will be
A. B. CLKOHOKN.
28 Days from Victoria.
IINE WHITE SHIR TIM;.
Ladies' Trimmed ud Untrimmeil HU,
Fancy Woollen Shirt,
Grenadines, faace and Tweed Jackets,
Kobea, Skirts. 1'urasols, Ac, ic., Ac.
A few Boxes Smoked Herringfs.
FINE RED SALMON,
In Barrels and half harrels.
A FEW BOXES OF VERY CHOICE
Spitbergen Victoria Apples!
ja20 THEO. H. DAVIE8.
Look i xi tliis pace
II A 1 S K I, fl
m mm m p ff f 0 AA
C II W EL 4aW W w I
Oflr lor Mnle
SHIP (il A!0LKRY
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
LIME AND CEMENT.
By Steamer from San Franciico.
a.i:n i m ron
Brand's Bomb Lancea,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
IN TUB MATTKR or TIIKHI A K OI A ft "HI 1 1 OF WILLIAM
rnIIIK IKDKRKIbNIll) MAM HICKN A
I I'lllNTKIl l.y the Supreme t ourt Guardian is the brrimi
and proiavrty of WH.MAM IIC M fllKKVU. of Honolwlu ami
hrsty caution all perswiai again.' If auaael log any l-ttsineaa
or Bis. Ing ail lasiioenis lo u.e .aul w lion .i..r,. n..u
brnreAirth W L ORKEN, Onarnlan
Honolulu, las. t 1171 . )
niHC rKi)r.RM(.M:ii. tanu and a mew
I this dale, will issus Hills of Ksotiange aiad lasttsvs of
SANJ FRANCISCO. NEW YuRK.
LONDON. HAMI)UH(j and IiUKMRN
In sums to suit at lowest rate.
Heat Commercial l'ax r discounted n Ilia, asast M i-
Cash art. annas made on oooaisnaasnts of I.Ian Bcodiww si
h rats of interest of 0 If oanl. lrr anoum
JaB tf II H ACB fKLD k OO
F. As ICHAEFER.
A U KM Urrmra Hasasrw mt I aarrwrllrr.J
-' A ) in Drs-Bsfraa llonni f I' ssslrr wrlls-r,
A Bt u i Vlratasn liwnr.l mf V ssslrr wrlivr.
Claims against Insurance Coaiaols witldu tha Jurlsdit'll"
of tha ahova lt.mr.ls of t'liderwrilera, will have to ba rerlltl
to by th Agaot to snaks I has valid. Ja ly
II A M II I' II fa II - II It I: ,M I''. N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
r1IIK IMIUHMI.M ll, havim; RKRN
Apoinia Agents nt me aifire ;otnany , arr ireiar .
to insure risks aramst fire on m ne and Rrlrh ltnlldlngs
ami on aierriianuiae stiaren inerrn.. im n. St lavoraiue u ruis
For partlswlara ly at the ofllre of
slO ly r. A. ( II A Krru A- OO.
IROPRMOR OP mi . if AND I M.
jM Orders may he left at T O. Thrum's Moo ".lor. l)l
A. 8. CLECHORN 4k CO.,
KKXTN WOm TIIE
M AIM KA TANNKRY.
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