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j, moi tr, f. v., MAkt h 11. i-
j i: la- -ii.v-I.-l ih- ,VVI we ..re in r' i I ii-
to t! fU "f I .-l.ni.w) . l.ro. i.rwaof Ihe iai.ni;;
4 II.." an-w tl'kt njj. e.-ry a.urni.ie iIimI I he tri IjU- on
J v - ui.i ..I snow ihn.tigh w.lh. f-r i!- winter. Trade on
IV i'ui k:i I e. n v-rv niu. h .1 asrr ir..: I in ron.eiiuence i,f
lh b.vl ao.u- . ( I ti (:! p-l mly I I'
J as; ti.t up and
down lh frvui. i he 1-jIiih bm g. a I n -" m..;.. and 1 i
, tons f.f freight ( Honolulu, ai-l 14 loi. t r Nt Zealand ait
1 We clip th-r f .ii-.wii g from the J'i f Ifi- l-.ili ail. :
Hi (ii TSe market remain firm. U of l.(j k-ga H-
wsiian at rmriil rst-s. We ijiu I ...iloriiia tube at llir ;
' I irrle , ( ruh-d. !;; UrvumUl"!. lc ; Powdered. H;c m
, l.arrel. and It naif b.irf! Jr high- r ; Yellow 1'toJ
;..l lrt'. 11' ti2'-: Il.iWAt-ni. 1 1 r -unl.
a Hii r-llir vuW't o mm. ova lo iniuiu q itil. with fr- aiip-
pUrs. during Ihe j.ajil wk. Saiea ol m.la I uiua l rur-
" lent ralea W ' h.n . 1 at aii-l .V. i at 7 'a 7.:
a p....o.l ; r-i.mi.j'i--t.Me al C.a's4' ir ; H.-iwaiun
Wool Tin- wA gp.wera t . ru i!I r--ap nru hr-
vr,l fr-i their r i. jU'i.i S lrom in- way Ihe iii.rk.-t .j ti
J fir ine uiik Weh lhr mf rtuai Ir'i uui!iub!fi u-
k whM'tt viil atur'jule (xil Iu'J'J ruri!. ttreti 4l U a
2 wtm iaf rani-rut . at ii' aiir a lime. I tie. j.rirw ot.l nr,nl lor
tlu rlip Ml 7 earn cut wir ia. lai-lv exjrrv-l uiwlr
g Uki lieart. lo rrfir'l tn market, am! erilie our aiat-mr-iil,
U niaJe ut w-k. th t Vfr r-r f-u:..l, at kinl, iuiJ be I lie
A opening rate lor choice Hj.rr r r y.
m We tMln-e li arriTal f .Tfi li.!- AutraUan w.l. via
fak noialu. ner K. HT. Won't T lo7. i:Mi. Tllia i !
of Ui(ir iialiiy, ol vaiti d at tc fer pmil.
Ihr rrlic Hrrl ( HlZ.
J f U l';rry,
l ive Oak.
1 11 Ionia,
I n grcrna.
A. B. Shipping
Tb leni aix veaatia in the Arctic H--t the coining aeajfn,
will, providing they bate ordinary auccraa. make more niuijey
ut Iheir oier litan eer brf .re. Thia will be; oviir.g to the
low aiocka of oil mod be in Europe aal America.
a. . i.
cloac of the year whitle oil aa held at BO CroU, and bone at
; J 2, i:b do proa peel of a d fa!L
"I i Febrnarjr 20th, the Dumber of whale hi pa u in port at
' j New Bedford aaa Iwenty-aeveo, tea of which were for aale.
trCD.VESOAr, 4 P. M., MARCH 13, 1872.
At the Iffular meeting of the Chamber of Commerce tlii
A. M., a coroniittee, cooaiating of W. L Creen aa chairman, ;
B. S. Caall!. II. A. P. Carter ami Mr. Afons. was formed Is i
. I memorial the coming Legialatare in relation lo removing lhA !
w I , , .. . l
. exiatirwf, im port duties on augar, rofTee and rice.
jTb raal ratale al W'aimea, Hawaii, beloi:g:ng to the late"
The AlaktSL atreel property ao!d lu Mr. Kahananui for it'0.
We nuke the following extrarla from lettera recti veil per
.Vvatdaa, and dale I fan Franciaro, February Jih :
"The A. t.Jordm and R. tT. H'ooU arrived on the lyih
: aand the Cmrt on the 2lai, ih"fuf mer reapeclively 2 and 21
Bdaya and the la Iter lo daya from your port. Hu(ara by these
m iTeaaebi met with ready a.iira. the market being entire' y bare of
C jI C M'aru' augara on their arrival.
, . -Aa we feare.1, oar rtfliK-riea bare not been able Id agree
opon any Laaia for future prwlucta. and the consequence w ill
ha 1 be aliarp Competition belweeo them. Already we are informed
A that ll.eir pn-e will be reduced ahorily from 'iMlic ir
ipoand, and inland aof tra uiuat avinpaihize iu the decline. We
ful Iqnotei Choice. lOiiillc; coul. 1(1 lo,-- medium. StftfJc :
u 'dark. 6or7c.
CorrkB Continue in small a lock and prices are Arm,
Central American choice, l9.7i.ioe : Kona. 17;aiSc.
Pblu 1'ry, IXtitllc, but must decline with any large re- j
Rl:e The impnrts r the week ending 17th inat. are
about 7,X).0O0 pouial.t, nliicii has weakened the market for
I bins. Ilaurojian, a lair demand for choice at 8 yjc ; or- !
uinary. 7ii -sc. . i
"Motiut UulL The decline in a lieal prevents its use ,
by our distillers, except at very low figures, aay liii)C. Or- i
ilmary, aOii'ie ; chiw-e. Zit-toc, small demai.d. I
llioaa Caliurnia drv. 21 H: : nn. 8ir " I
3i The receipts of sugar at an Francisco for the week ending '
February leth, f ,ui up aB.n.t 12,000,000 pouls- fact that
. t'mnsl affect Ihe demand fir our island staple. '
t2 5j Th.impor.aUJ0.ofrice.tHaFra,.c,acfor,he,,,o,ahof
I.February bl been u.i.recedente.l, amounling to ten and a
half millions of pi.uu.ls. Tbooe of sugar were nearly twelve
miiuoos or nou, mes uct are or miiHrt;u:e to our i
Brig iled from ?an Franciaco, via IlumboUl, i
tut Honolulu February 20th, with lumb-r. j
St -v.u .i.c u.a..- ,
; 1 sioa Iloaae, the adoption of the Metric system of weights '
measure am coinage was warmly recommended. ,
In Ihe market reiM,rt of the Brilhh Trad Journal for
laud f r,:braary. we "le whale bone aiivanced, upou receipt of grave a word in such a la w-abiditig, peaceful com
Eim th news of the Arctic disa-ler, from 37M2575 Kr t-.n. : munity a3 thj8 jjl)t ir wo jj,,,.. ani, fiur
lloklert were aaking tow per ton. I - , . ... .
j reason from the lacts presented it w ill appear that,
miDAY, march 15, 1872. ; tj,e transition from a government under a Consti
11 the arrival of the 'tvada at noon to-day, we are in re- I
ceipt of Auckland new. p to the 25th of February. The j tut"m or Compact Solemnly made by King, Nobles
market at Auckland was bire of Hawaiian sugars, with no j and People, to that of U government under a de
uhancemenl of values of stocks ou hand of Australian and ; cree issued bv the Kill", i"noi ili" the Nobles and
, , .
Tn mWa nf Ihe month rimlimi hnltillUnlmliMl ini 1
- . . ...
comruercial toint of view.
At a meeting of ihe Auckland Whaling Company it was I
proposed lo send lo Honolulu, to purchase ami fit out a whaler, f
where there were always vessels being sold orT after ilis- t
charging Iheir oil." t
in Dome business Circles WS have but little til rennrt. The '
bark at..ahascleare.l f.,r Jarvi. Island, taking out sup-
f"?new; of land wh hou- ,ld by E. P. Adam. yes,erdav,
! trough t si.oio a good price Mr. 8. c. Wilder being the
i imrchaser for Holokahiki. B
... , . . , v -w ... ..
j 1 W e clip the following from the New Zealand Herald .-
The In. proved price of flax, and the evident favor with which 1
I unregarded in America, a've ra.sta tne spirits ol our mauu- !
i facturers, who were many of them disheartened by the ob.ti-
1 CT 01 me omiin rope-maaera, wnose miereais lay m me i
:. I direction of Ruaaia and Manilla. American manufacturers i
i'rf have not been slow 10 allow the virtues and value of phormium. !
have not beeo slow lo allow the virtues and value of phormium.
nJ it la HLlv. before Innr. that the Amerimn murker will
absorb the whole of our fibre. Direct shipments of wool, flax,
mad gum, t New York, and San Franciaco are rapidly becom
ing large ami more frequent, and our commercial relations with
Ine United States seem In be of a very satisfactory character.
The upward tendency in wool has raised the price of sheep
j (.throughout the colony. At Mr. Buckland's annual sheep fair,
held the other day, about 5,000 animals were penned, and most
j pt them were sold al good prices. Leiceateraahowed the;reat
I st inrreaae, Ihe average pr ce having increased from 16. 8J.
last year, to 21s. and Ss rid The hot weather and drought
yftil nave tended looaintnisn ihe exports of butter and cheeae.
CCEIrTS or DOMrSTIC raopicE fob tub week.
B ananas, bnchs
Cocsaauu.... . . . .
jF.gKS, lxs ,
4 tost Skins, pes....
1I hies, pes...
& Oranj i ..............
1 Pib, bags
t ' Fad ly, bags
il i'eanula, tags.........
2,000 I'ulu, bal-s
i R ice, bag..
2 Sweet Potatoes, bug. . .
325 riugiir Cane, bndls
2l Sugar, kegs
4-1 Salt, tons
10 Tallow, bHa
81 Tuikeya, doz
i Irish Potatoes, bag
PORT OT HONOLULU, H. I.
9 Am ship Syren, Johnson, 109 days from floston.
9 Haw schr Kaniaile, Bridges, 30 days from Jai vis
I aland i landed supplies, and no ships there.
9 Schr Pauahi. Reynolds, from Kaunakakai, Molokai
B Schr Ilokulcle, Ahuihala, from Waialua.
9 Schr Manuokawai, Aoakalea, lm Nasiliwili, EauaL
9 Schr Fairy Queen. Kaaina, lrom Ilanalei, Kauai.
a Si-hr I nks- Kml from Knns. Hawaii.
io achr Osan, Kaiua, from Waiaiua
10 Schr Jenny, Burn, from Koloa & Waimea, Kauai,
10 Am stmt Montana, w v Lapidge, 9 days from Sau
rrancisco. . ..
11 Schr Prince, MetUsh, from Kona and K?u. Hawaii.
12 Brit bk Garatang, Thortton, ISi days from New
castle on Tyne, England.
13 Ant schr Witch Queen, Stewart, 32 days from
li Schr Active, Hopu. from Ililo, Hawaii.
13 Schr Mol Keikl. tJreeti, from Kahului, Maui.
14 Schr Juanit-t. lhidoit. from Kaunakakai. Mnl-kai.
14 Schr Warwick. John Bull, from .Molokai and Lanai.
14 Scbr Ka Moi. lavia. from Kahului. Maui.
14 Schr Annie, Nika,rom Waiuieaand Kolos, K.iu.ti.
li-An ilmr Nevada, J 11 Bletheu, IS day from Auck
land. Id Stmr Ki'.aiies, SlcGregor, from Wirhiwai.l Porta.
OKI A KTt'K K.-H.
9 f-hr Ka Mi. Davia, for Kahului. Maui.
11 Schr .Nettie Merrill. Crane. ..r Ijihajna. Maui.
U Schr Manuokawai. Anakalea. for Nawihwili, Kauai.
11 Wlmr Ktlai. MHP.ffnr l.tr VI s n i ami Hawaii.
l i Schr Jenny, Burns,
i, for Koioa and Waimea, Kauai.
' wSm c"1"" KaU"'i'
'ri Morcin Star, Matthews, f ,r
l i schr I airy Uueen,
1 Haw schr Isabella.
li Am tnissiooary bri
J2 Schr Mary Ellen, Jim, for Koioa. Kauai.
li Schr Pauahi, Reynolds, for I.ahairta, Maui.
11 chr llattie, Kaapuni. f..r Nawiliwili, Kauai.
11 Schr Prince. West, for K -and Kaa. Hawaii.
13 rAchr Hokuiet. Ahuihau. f .r Kona Kau, HawaiL
1 Schr Moi Keilci, lireen, for Kahului, -Maui.
. w AlllL.l O . rr .icilUL .'iaii.ii i .1 : . i un..
jBoota, i bale and 2 cs Mdse. l cae Prsi-ery i. a s cieCi,orn
I Pfka L? nwer f 1 jf"?! ,vvlb.' G
- fhrum ; 1 Bale to W L Green ; 1 pkr Leather to R hitman
a Co ; 2 pkSa Leather to p Daitoo ; 12 pkea Effects to j il
Ar-lToy ; 1 case Mdae. 1 pee Mattix.if to llayaelden Proa ; 1
Vase Opium, 1 or cak Wine, 50 cs . neTa, 2 jr caka Brandy
J ic Order-
" - i r . . n i i w c.w -t . . u
a Fob J BTI IaLSSD Per Malvina, March liih :
SXVkDCbor, No 1 Hay. tales
I t t. 8J0 Paiai. Lbls
; J"BookS. ease 1 Potatoes, sks
Chain, fathoms CO Rope, coils
i JClotbirf. case I Water, bbls
i Horses, .No 3- Lumtx-r for house.
Value Domestic. ..$101 35; Foreign $1,012 S3.
"f "T Htcc At Hsirbu',j,GennanT, January 13th, Mrs. A rot-
il j jlVSZrt:
.M KMOKA . II A.
HtmiTor fMir Cvif., f' i 1witoi. " iu:h. 171.
at Ifft Na.ila-k-I iva.! 1 !i- I: r-t . mr;.-:.r.-.l
I a. '7 ."7 N.l-i.f ' W. i .N.rtti
M.ii.il')-. t .ui.. t- f :ui iiilti ! ti. Lit N. Inn; ''.4
V . I -k th- M; t r .!- . !! in fr-'i f-r i-ul rfa ; kt
1!.-ti ill Ui 6 5 V 7 - . T 1 7 1 ri rt' i ihe 'i i '
in J". 3 W ; .in.- it :i V' k th- SK lril. I-r l-h. in
laC i - 2' !. l ul - W, -. m:a1 ;-it lir.l.ih t.ut
l.li. a llT 'l. ! in N'WMt;- I i I'l-rnaiii'-ui'". IVc : j t
15s . Ion 7 5 W.lofcHi.eK traie. Jn l'.tJi. 1"7J at
A M. (m-xiJ i mil- e t f St:ii-r.!irjl 'tie la.i .1 h n. r .r.
r-il wilti "iow "if .-! nr,r. f .r !:dii.g J n bl'.l " Jan
llt j.:jt-J Ca Horn. J:i J ii. f .riy n.:i- of Ii,.g.-
K im.r-i 1'I. j an.) k Ani'iifan Iwrii l .n T-.-
il' ro. Jroin ew ork ! :o .r n-j. We -re l-'i 'ln tr -in
Ijitrn- Sin III- Ai;.n tir Ii Ll : r m l!i- V .r J jr :ig
WliK'll l.llie fill HI'-lT Jl-- ' .llhT. Wl'tl Itie t pU'it) of :t
li-aty K ilr lr.ni NNW t, W.-W on J in J.t. o.ir.ii tiir'i
h i I t;irt-.:.i I . ..-r I -r !i iriv-U fr k-h. r-. v-.-.il
v UhiiiI l llir vinr.l, i:;il-r !.'.rl Mil. I 7 Ii. :i
l.ili.1 .", Ion yj s W . ! k Id- .-K tra.l-n; hit lli--m
.ld vr tol .-a:!i- r ; lo-l ll.-.ii in U( 1 : S. ! .uz l.J
W on K. I. ijil. I f. Jl rr .1 l!i- ij ijl r m l.'i - W
l -.h ioih. in l.il ,'- N.loiu izi- U. t k Ml tn I-..
Marc-a 7lli. at i.chi.. .(:,ii- 1 lliw t . Ifi-- -VV. M.iri li !d,
ut 10 A M.i!ll-.1 0.,ti4 l.-ali:j W Ii) S.0;-ti;.r- j l:ul
J'a.iic l'jy:a. .'. A. Julli.
Ti it.-ar.iti;p M'.r.Ur.a. W F I. ai. :!, f -.:i)i!iar-ii -r. lft
ri-iii-.-U alroi.z aouli.criy n ;.: aiid h- av ln.air- f jai-
aKe fin: wr.i hrr. rl':ariit.il 1 'I a lor. ff'-ln llorioiu '1.
arrived al I'au Krancico rl -.uii, ai lii A M. Arrived oil
llori .inlu M .rrh l'l'.h Ml . l
I h- Montana li.ia 1.4 I n ,f fr-r.tit fr llonoiulu. and 10 f r
.N-w Z-a! u.d.
itr foar .r I . . N. Z A . M. S S. Nevu. J II.
Ill t l iin.l inliM.ti) Lett Honolulu 1 it January for .Nr
'.. A I-'rtn. aiili ol .jwi.it-ri. L;.c'. th mail, an I ii
(.ackat'-a Ire.ht hr '. aiand and Aualra)!. Wh-n uorth
of Iti- ijuit r had v ry atorr.iy w athr Willi advr-e wlrnla.
r-l Till. 12 ii''ii, arnviil at A nrkiarid, Irai inz th-?re nn the
;th I .r tr.e ciul'.ern iijrta d Zea'aud. and arrived al i
I'orl ('ha!ii ra on the 14iti at 1 noon. 1-Vb ltti left 1'ort
I h.i!Bi"Ti m 11 a x. i'ii the return a-iae. lor Honoluiu. ar
rivn i at Auckl.iiid J4ili at t a m. I.fft Am U:: i Keb .
.'ih at 2aM. arnvinc idf l.'ii: hrUir ol I'oiiga lor:-i. TnlutliA
lilo.d. M.in h 4'n at 11 r H . llo f.d rlnp and a-.-iit a boat ,
to ii- hail.or of C'.ii.m I'or :. hiarlal the I war sienm- i
liip arraifaii tt, L'omn.and r It W Muadc, Kins lh'-re at
a-rtior. I lr.cr-il I ll- ra f r Ihc 'Joinii'.and-r ; coniiiMiriicat-il
with I he ahore a,,. reluni-d to ah p. W h,!e lying ott v.e ..1-
and I oniiiiaudtr .Meade with raymanler Orillina lioard'-d ua.
Al davotlit .March Sth a large numK-r of nativea came along-
i.t in ll..ir r--ir.i - K..ur I...I oa . r. I r,l . t laifoi I tli. ilik. in
the ancient c xduri.e of MarkTw aia'a anc-ntora. off-rine great
, auioaenH-ut ! all on board. At a a v same day left TutuiLa.
. Arriv-U at lionoiuiu March liih at lli'JO a M. We have V6
pam-m-.-, for Honolulu and an hranciar.j, tj packajrea
iiri.-ia I'T iioiioiu o. anu i-ii. a.is'.a vn c-11.11 i r.ujt-imu.
mj t uag criRiisn cia:i. ii. n. ai.li.1, rursri.
faux Janvi Imlivd Per Katnaile, March Olh John II
IlLikely, and 7 Hawaiian Uborera.
I'lun Fit li. istii I'er .Montana, March 10th C II
Lord, J W Crigler, W Crisler. M Krkhart. S It .-.ldard,
W Kdrla M llvili .n A II f l.l. r W S l.u.-e. V. lloto.lilsi.il. f'
Ijvtall. M Wvnner. II B Ilinadale, and 17 in tranilu for
Auckland and Sydney.
. 'um Wisdwa-d I'oTHIVr Kilauea March '2"'-""
Arniatrong ami child, feimaon and wife. J VV Crigler, W N
1 Cr.gler, IS B Stoldard, S C hylvia. W l'hil!ip, Ijov .Nahaole-
lu., Mi-a 1. owliu, J .Norton, and about 40 deck.
FauM S. Fhikiscu I'er Witch Uueeii. March 13ih J
Dean, C W Stoddard
Khum AitKi.A.an I'er Nevada, March 15ih Mr Leroy,
Madam Don I, Mr lila'ae, w.fc and 2 children, and SJ iu tran
aitu for Sm I raiiciaco.
For Jmtift Island I'er Malvina. March lMh Mr II
h l.dh Mr ii
Mar. 15 c
Kenny awl wife, ami 2 native laborera
From Wisdwkd Forth per Kilauea
Slaltoou and wife. Kev Mr siearlu, Juo tiowagner, Mra Cham-
.maa an da.i-hter, '.Mrs ,:
i, T w Guhck, Mr l'ig.tt, j
' ' i
fcUain. Mra Uillingham. Mra Th
J)Mite!a and daughter. J I. I.thmann
AI( Akana anJ fji ou deck
SATURDAY. MARCJ I Hi.
The History of the Decree.
In our last week's article on Constitutional
History, we established the fact that our present
form of Government is an autocracy; this was
made manifest by the quoted utternnces of a
Ministerial witn.'ss, and the evidence f urnished
. iL , , , . .
by the history ,.r the last thirty years. Theques-
ti(jn recurs UoW have We passed from the CoV-
eminent oi a ntier.n I onstitutionai loninvny to
that of aQ Autocracy? We answer, by a revolu-
J ' J
tvin- UiC WOrd wny rr,"IW tt:irt,e our readers,
but tne facts will bear no otlier interretatioii.
;iiuraiiy, ine woru nas an aiarmmg souipj, ana
. - - . , . . .....
vminnil rA l i;i nnv. a in iniiifinili,in hi,(. ia
tllC eye, and One doubts the Jiropriety of Using SO
a w 'it, in v. iuvii e i in v 1 1 V- ij ui i.iii.io nam Lieu oil
kanu suoverieu. anu conseoueniiv a revolution, ai-
, , . , . . ... .
though there may have been uo positive armed
resistance to the Wrotlf
It IS interesting ami instructive to relcr to tlie
. .... .......
, ni"ory 01 llc 518 "1" ' newspapers 01. Comjn.r ft(J k frjm the hight.et author-
, In the f th'U published $ onclusivc. AVc trust that the antic-
Iduring the convention times of 18b4, we mark 5. . r T,,i, ,..,11 , nr,,i
St, r ?, . t ... V. Vjpations of Mr. McLelhin will be realized, and
the following sentence : "We are in the midst f ., . ... . , ... 1 -
i ? . . 'that the islands will be ere long included in the
OI a revolution a peaceaOie one it IS true Out
nono .1B 1PRS a r-voliition thtn if nup sf rei'ts were
n0n lr,e 1C8S a revolution man II our Streets were
rjarricaaea ana patrollea wita armea lorces, ana
martial law established." The revolution was
then directly charged upon the conspirators of
that period and this prophecy was uttered " The
precedent that they are initiating will as surely
bring a reaction at some future day, to disturb
the peace of Hawaii, as evening follows the morn
ing." We trust that the conservative good sense
of our community will ward off the evil day, in
spite of the conspirators. Let us not forget how
ever that the lesson of history is against the hope
that we may rise again. Ancient Athens won
oil Im n-l..;.-i.a tir.il.it. tt.A rti.tict if m f t. m f 1 . .1 ..
U.i .IV. .Vl. UIIUI.1 Lll. I.MtlclllUtlUll KJ I VilVllC,
which enlarged the rights of the people. She was
humiliated only when the democracy waa sub
verted by the changes in the Constitution restrict
ing the lights of the people, proposed and carried
out by the intrigues of AlcibiuJes.
As with Greece, eo it was with Home. History
repeats itself. The greatest of Roman Kings,
whose reign brought unnumbered blessings upon
liis people, was most celebrated for remodelling
the Constitution, by which the, people enjoyed
j greater liberties. " L'ndcr the despotism of the
patricians the growth of Home was slow, and it
was not till the voices of the tribunes were heard
that it advanced iu civilization and liberty'
Tl I,. nri.lnniio , f nnninni Lii;fiii-r oti.l Ilia
i '" J '
I echo has been heard in all modern time, as any
j r t - ,
student knows. Ihe experience of history bears
.: .,...1. f ,-K !,.. l,
voice of the people is the voice of God.
As an evidence of the fact that the current of
! the time was somewhat troubled, we here quote
i a sentence from a sj-eccli of a member of the
' Convention of 1864 :
"Mr. G. P. Jul.! said the mod- advocate 1 by the Minister
of Finance (C de Vtrujoy) wmild hasten on hut he waa iry
1 ina in i.reveiif- ami it th.-tt late of thiniz did Come on. there
would be one hundred noldier or thereaiamt on the Sandwich
Ijlnnd to t.r. vent it, who would .1 no more use than
hundred aAu ;n;
i It ih true that tliis was tlie i.nly ciJoiue of :i
bc!liiosc disiKieiti'Hi ilibt.'avi-d during the iro-
cre!(, Qf t,e revolution, but because tlireats W ere
' not made gcxxl fur whieh we fhuuld be truly
I thankful it does not di'trove our iitioti tlia't
! th ,.,llln, fmm Cuverniuent of a Cuntitn-
ittieiijanga lrom tnt i.ovcrniueni 01 aontitu-
tional mounrchv to that of an autocracy was
: . .
indeed A revolution.
ii1w.;;,ni, flrp rroverbiallv il rcaccfullv llU-
; liawaiuna are rrovcrDiaiiy il laceiUilJ Uls-
' pjsed race, and we nave none oi mat rea-nanueu
' f..roT,Tr. el,nent in nnr Tvinnlntiun ' the refus..
: . .-- t -
ot rivilizatuii to oe luuna in many otner
...... . 1 a- . I
: . . , , , -, , .
i communities, who are ready and willing to loment
' a quarrel and cra?p for the sroils ff revolution.
I The knowledge of this fact emboldened the con-
I . ..... ,
j Pldratore. Ihe earlier toreigll teachers of the
: people irid brought the message if " peace and
' go.nl will," and thoroughly instilled its teachings
into tlicir daily lives ; and therefore the eonspir-
ators dared to take the ndvantage of their passive
natures, and reduce them from tlie j-osition of
; fruiiniiiTi r-.-irTnvT a voiei in thr. flovfirnmpnf rif tlii
, , . w . -
; land, to that of helpless BUnjects of the Will or
, . , - ,,. .
i caprice Ol uu lrrtpolllo.- .niuiruj .
i There are those who endorse the Ministers in
order that " thrift may follow fawning," and
rnvn these we ,e.,r .he argument that the people
end jrsci the ropj6al to fjrui a new Constitution. One cf the most unp'eaeant features notice
by consenting to the call f jr a Convention and by able in our community of late, is the evident
Ii i'tin di ii-tr.itcsi. Tl.te uiny d-cr-ive siiie wlu rarcltwticss of life and a di-reard for ila fane-
are iiii.iiu.iintcl with the hi-! .ry of rre-C"n-
vi nti Mti tunes, and tlier.-f .re we ruie t J reea-
pitalate Ijrii'Hy pine of the tjious argumeiitj
and -rouii-i-j made to the j.i le, by which they
were led ix.tu the t-nare wu artfully K-t fr them
by the cor, .-j irat. .n ; and in the same connection
we ehall pve ryjme of the views then espreied
by thus; who p-nctratrd the real designs of the
w rker of the plot. T!ni., an we are convinced,
the light thrown uj-.n the pi?t by the knowledge
what h:is iM-cuind himv the i'oiiventioii. will
briii; out into I.U re.i l tin- prim ijal figure ot
that rvolutimiary jri hI, the pro-ent Mini?ter
of i'ur' ign IMatioim, l"r the w!l-meriti-d e-'ii-demnitioii
of all men who f.ve trutli and fair
It is iiere-ary to revert brielly to events which
immediately receded the call for a Convention,
November 30, 1SC3, death uf Kamehameha IV.
and aceeseion of Kamehameha V.
x .i-,ii.''ii a.j .i-w.
April 18, lo4, election in Honolulu to fill a
vacancy caused by the death of .Mr. Webster, one
of the Representative elect.
It was known that the King had not taken the
oath under the Constitution, and also that the
Legi.-lature was not called to meet in the first
Mi.i.a.oi juunwu 111 mi. .wiiri...uno..u.
Compact of but these facts did not excite
rubjic alarm or distrust.
On theoth of May, seventeen days after the
ctiuii held to til a vacancy, a Royal Proclama-
tion was issued in the following words :
"Whkream, 1 lie exptrience il ail l onatitutiotml uovern-
milil l.aa snovii 1111 a miucu
tal a wri
irom lime io lime, in oiuci 11.31 u nuj c nuapieu io
! chnruiiiK foiidilion oi tke people ; Amjwhehes. lthaaap-
Iroin time to time, in order
pe ind to i i ihat many oi tin! provnion,, d tur Constitution
hav'- not b-en productive id that good to Our suhjecia nliicii
ll!,d been anticipated ; and ome further provi.,,,,,. are re-
cju.red f .r the benetit of Our people and the iruiatieuey of
; Our I) n uty.
l iifciiKuntK, ikiiig moved tii reto by Our love to Our sub-
! j eta. it la Our will lo meet Our Noblea and the Delegate of
' i Oar people, tor the purine oi conauitiiig upon the public good
j eMinint""10 1'roViUWi,s aud mca"s lo CAVy " Uur yv'
To read this proclamation in
the liaht thrown
upon it by the events of the last seven years, is
! a sufficiently hevere criticism, taking words in
I their generally accepted meaning.
! Here we pause in our record until another
; weejC) vvhen we shall re-produce some of the com-
; ments made at the time upon the calling of the
Convention, which are singularly interesting and fict that while the bridge on Sehool street, be -
. . r. i t , r . tiT tween Fort and Nuuanu streets was in process of
instructive after the lapse of seven years. Ihel . . , . .
. . J,. , .. , ,i- . riePa,r tl;e 6Pace to be spanned by the new
proverb is well exemplified" keen a thing forhri,llTe wnR lof nr.n -.,! PT,lRPli ,i11P;n(, nno nr
seven jears and you will find a use for it.
Our insular position, on the great ocean high-
; way ol tne worn Deiween me r.ast anu ine est,
! w hile it secures for us some undoubtedly valuable
I imc J
advantages as to the receipt of intclligenee and
fe . . ...
iii . .i t .. i.i ti.
i facility Of travel to ami lro, nevertheless IlllS
; some disadvantages, from the very fact that these
islnnds are " contiguous " to nowlicre, in fact,
ifter the fashion of Mahomet's colBn, are sus-
: :lUcr tac ':lb"
Ir-iiriiinr ul" hi'
'l"--'1 ll,e L
ween heaven and earth. Thus in the
lilWB Tor the promotion o( fOIUIUCrce
between the ends ol the earth, tlie lacttli.it we
; are situated contiguous to neither Asia or .mer-
i:a, or anvwhero else in Jiarticillar, Ir.lS led to
l.n; l..t u;,rl.r i.C ntol .,vivo.l .I :l l.iMieiit
V...I living .no. ..... j . .
which we should enjoy in common with other
I countries, to whom that benefit goes directly
; through our own portals'. Merchandise shipped
! to or from Kurope and transferred across the
! American continent for New Zealand, Australia,
; Tasmania, and doubtless the Fiji and Navigator
j Islands, is carried in bond by the Webb line of
6teamers, whliout appraisement in the Unito-J
J States, but the same rule does not apply to mer
i chandise shipped by the same loute between these
i islands and Kurope. This, to us at the time
! unexplainable fact, was commented on in this
. . , ..i
l : . . . 1 . . 1 ..w..i.1,li ...id .ilirrTiiwT li ill
1 1 I II 1 1 l.l 1 C. 1 tl IL 1 1111.1111.1 l.l O O , .' lv... v.v..
made that the matter be inquired into
last Steamer We are ill receipt of the following
, uicv Dll-U""-1 ' 13
i .rrcArainiliMiei; fwbieh has been detained a month I
liV tie SHOW OlOekUUe III I lie uiuuiiwinci uuu
I .-,mtl ltf fr(l t,.:,..s;f .. nierehandise across
the American continent:
U.S., A. iV f- I'ine. 54 Exchamie Plnee.
New York, January 2id, l-7i.
KlUTOIt CoMMKllCIAI. AllVEKTISKlt Deu sir:
Under tlie heading The Australian Line"" iu your
issue of Nov. 25, 1871. there is a pantgi a,jh at the
close ol the article wlncu says : ecretary IjoiU-
well autborizes the Company to carry tnt'icliamlise
in bond to and from Europe, to and lrom Xt-w
Zealand and Tusuiaina. hut t.ot the Suolirich V.s-
htndu ;'' and proceeds to ask -Nina in ly this
menu. is it intended to freeze us out ? "! Ac Arc.
If explanation ol tbis mutter has not already
reached j on from some oilier source, allow me it
you please to intorm you that why this Company i
are noi yei aiioweu to cunj --huumi gouur- io ;
and from the Sandwich Islands and Europe, is not I
iu any sense attributable to Secretary Uoutwell. j
but seems solely occasioned by tlie absence of '
L-'jjiMlatioii on lh subject, and is perhaps some- j
what owing to your insular position, as you will j
observe by perusing enclosed copy of the last in .
the series of correspondence upon this subject had !
with the Secretary by Mr. Webb, prior to his de- ;
parture in October last for the Pacific, and which !
renly was only received after he had started.
1 nave UUie uuuoi tuai uuni ..n . i.eou i iie.t-
again, an attempt will be made to have transit
in ivilerjes extended so as to include 1 lonohtlu. the
..vr-ioeinn must innli.ililv lieiiirr accidental, or
because, during the preparation and passage of the
act in question (Revenue, July 14, 1S70,) no
special pains were taken to pre.is the matter upon
I am, dear Sir,
Very respectfully yours.
H. Mt Lki.i.as.
,ot".? Attorney for W. 11. Webb, j
Treasury i'tPAursiKXT. I ;
Washington. 1). C, Oct. K7 1, f
Sir. : Your letter of the 6th ult.. was duly re- i
eeived on behalf of the L. S.. N. Z.. .v A. S. S.
Line, enquiring whether merchandise shipped to or i
from Kurope and transferred across the American j
Comment, without appraisement, under the Act of i
July 14. lfci.0. and destined for the Sandwich Isl- J
amis. New Zealand. Australia and Tasmania, or
either of said islands, would be included in the!
provisions ot said Act. !
I'pon an examination of the concluding clause of i
the :i.ith Section of said Act. winch provides that
ihe nrivileire of the Act shall extend to importa
tions lrom or to Europe, and lrom or to A.ia, or
t(je Islan.ls aJj:C'nt lliert tO. Via tbi i:illti'tl Siati'S
it appears that the onlv question to be determined
i- whether tlie Sandwich Islands. New Zealand,
; Australia and Tasmania, can lie held to be Nlands
j adjacent either to Kurope or to Aia. Such being
Hie case lliereiore I am ol opinion thai fiv Z.ea-
I land. Australia and Tasmania, can be held to be
I I-'I-inds adjacent to the Continent of Asia, and that
iuiPort:Uiolls. '? r. ft"m V'V0 1;1:inds C'111 eld
! as c,,ininir witLin the provisions of said Act.
Though there is no apparent reason why the
I Continent of Africa and all the Islands ot the sea
should Dot be embraced within the provisions of
I the Act 5n nuestinn. vet the limit.itii.n iy tn-.-ss.-il
1 tnerem is ot pucu a cnaracter tliut it cannot.
Jwiihout an entire disregard of the definition ot
be extended further than to include the'
! Islands mentioned above : consequently the and -
ntly the Sand -
icent either to
wich Islands cannot be held
Europe or to Asia.
uliacent either to
I am, very respecfully.
Signed. tiEo. S. r.ornvKi.i.
To V. II. Wr.r.1!. IUvi .
Attorney fur lT. S.. N. Z.. A A. M. S
u4 Kcrh iii'e l'Utce. X. Y.
G KNTLEM EN IN W A NT OF FIN E S'llKTS
V would do well to call at No. 8.NI L ANI" SI IIKET, op-
. , c. , i. c,., i t, i..
ce'.em-ated Shirts, in high number, direct fu.ui New Viik, can be
i h id aud aie to be COLO WIIIIOIT KKSfiH VE. 1. a.. p..e-
SK'iis, Cassimeies. Tweeds, Ladies Cloth, bine l l.u n l mi l
fu'led VVl.ite Hannel, M ileskins, Pui-k. Drills Tid es::!!;:;,
sold by the yard or manufietured to order in style.
Merchant Taiiors will oMitfe by aendinir in their orders for
the Spring and Summer Falii"ns expe. te.1 bv next niail.
mhp; lm Al.rA AMl'lU I I.. T .,1 r.
tity. Sometime fintv, our attention was called
tl tj.e circumsrance of the killing of a man at
Luliaina, by the criminally eanleo act of one
rron in directing a loadctj j.ittol fjint blank at
another's head and lulling the trig-r, whereby
death reeulted. There were apologists for the
act who said, that the party handling the pitol
had no i lea that it waJ loaded. Tins we cheer-
fully admit, but the act of pointing an empty
fire-arm at another is an a;ault, and quite likely
to lead to terious ei nut-nees. Theu again we
have the ca.e .f prt-raring poi n for rats bv
rties on Kauai in eueh an attractive firm that
an uufoi'tunatc native yotith partook of it and
diol. In both of these ea.-e we are indebted to
the pr ouij t and vigjrous action of the Aturney
Cieueral, whereby thev will probably wrve as a
caution arairi-,t like carelessness in the future.
jut the lessons taught by these examples have
not it appears made a very lasting impression
u pon tome minus in our eommunirv. ide liiil"!-
ing of rocj.g in cxcavating a cellar, whie'i oe-
curred lat Tuet-day on King street, was an illus-
tration of this. Notwithstanding a jrevious
caution given and suggestions of prudence made
y,y t,e chief of police, charges of blasting pow-
. Jcr were tjrej imll)incritly dangerous to life and
nmt). iieces oi rocs weigning iroiu ualt a'
r,ouri, to fifty Tounds were thrown into the air
i to fall upon the street and upon and throucU the
roofs of adjacent buildings, and this in a closely
built rart of the cit Considerable damane to
prnnertv was done, but miraculouslv nlmnst. no
A. L a .' ' "
: i t.. t . ,i , . r at At
i uiiDTiSOt IiarU Coral WlllCll CillllC 0DIV Wltllin
... - - 1
nana s oreaatti ot striking men, leiled tliem to i
, , ... , , ,, . !
the earth, maimed or killed, llOW Could the per- j
directly or even indirectly concerned iu the '
act, excuse themselves to the law and public ,
. . . .... j
! opinion, or quiet the upbriiidinga of their own I
; consciences? Every precaution that experience !
! nnu Pfuuenc-e can surest snouiu De observeU in
ot erations of this kind, and above all, none but
st'rictly sober men should be entrusted with the
dangerous work. A too scanty provision of the
usual precautions, such as heavy chains and tim
bers to cover and restrain the charge, fehould !
not be countenanced when life and limb are in
We have had Our attention Called to the
bridge was left open and exposed during one of
our darkest ntglits, the only precaution against
; accident being a facilis descensus avernoa. joist
stuck up across the street so as that it would
; facilitate the precipitation of any unfortunate
', horse and rider on to the rocks below. A
- .1 i.ri i , , . . i
, inougnuui person piaccu a laniern over ine
! chasm, or we might have had occasion to chroni-
i -i- .i - iAKH r i;r l;,nh
' 11 V ' , Ul ur., i." .i n
1 IS nobody responsible lor these criminally Care-
t'CARD.-Mr. 4. Herbert.. Proprietor of
the. Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu, H. I., Uear Sir: We, the
iin.1.'irrie.l. ar isli to exn.e tn ami one am, relation nf thp
asure ami cc tnfoit that we have oiijoved white guests in
. ere agreeably surprised to fiml rtrady f.r us all the appliances
-lonie,, to fin(1 in olir be9 SaI) Frat.cico HoteU. And during
j Wishes for your prosperity, we remain,
: 51r4 K "alTnian, A J Pope,
Mrs O Kid ridge.
las K Keene,
C J Kalston,
John M Burt,
II H Hinsdale,
11 II llaiina.
Miss A Bulieock,
Miss M Itahcock,
Mrs C O W ilson,
U O Wilson,
T KOi'AL I1AWA1IAX THEATRE.
XJ" 1'artic.lars, see Hand liills.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE !
rjMIE I'XHERSIGXEIl HAVING RE EX
1 appointed temporary Administrator of the estate of the
; late I. 11. TKKADWAY, requests all persons having any
,.ajmS against the snid estafe, to present the same to the un-
Uersigned 5 and all persons indebted to the said estate are
i reouested to make inimtdiate iiHVnient to
W. C. I'ARKK,
Honolulu, March 15, 1S72.
GAS AND WATER TUBES !
PI..AIX AXD GALVANIZED,
WITH FITTINGS TO CORRESl'OXI).
TT a-S to 3 in. of fie best
A al'AXTITV OF
DRAUGHT ALE !
j VERV si.lGIITLV PRICK KU, all in Bond,
For Sale and Shipnent by
mhl6 jm Com...i,Mi Merrha.it.
! nn Kruiuincu.
TTTgrn RECEIVED EX MONTANA
U D J. XiXiUXJ. V JUL, JUA. XUUiM X iiIM A,
GENUINE MANILA CIGARS!
For Sale by
II. I. XOLTE.
Corner Queen A: Nuuanu ?ts
fTHlirc VALVE OP IRON IN FO R FIG N MAR
JI KK1S having gealy advanced, the I ndeisigned are
j coa)lieUl.a to raise their hoes as follows
cts. per lb.
cts. per lb.
cts. per lb.
cts. per lb.
i Hoiler Iron
! Angle Iron
j sheet Iron
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Honolulu, March 12, iT
FRESH EASTERN GROCERIES
DIRECT FROM BOSTON
EX SYREN, viz:
DOSTOX CRIMIEU SUGAR, IN HALF
Kitts Mackerel, uirter bhls. Family Pork, 50 lbs. each,
Itoston Suar-Cuni Ham,
Cases Sausage Mt,
Cases Little Neck, 'lam?.
Cases True LemfnSyrup,
Cajes Pepper Sare,
Case Yarmouth s ,;ar Corn,
Cases Green Pea",
Ca-.es Corn Starch
Cases east Powilr,
Cases Tomato Culdp.
The above ti.nls wrr jiackiil !' the well-known firm of
Lewis & UroUVrs, Ilostor For a!e ly
II K N R V M A 1', C9 Fort St .
CANDLES forC A RRI ACE LAMPS
FOR SALE BV
mhl6 2t HENRY M A V.
PUBLC NOTICE !
F. KEMON. MERCHANT TAN
J LOR, King Street, ihes to inform his numerous patrons
that notwithstandinp'th) heavy blastintt going on next his
store, he is Mill able to :-ry on bis business as usual nd is
not injur-d in any way. A choice lot of Tweeds on hand.
. - PIUllUXi.
. T v FT. "T" n Tl
' 1rRINfS MV AB
Kingdom Mr. CII. '
r TkURINO MV ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom Mr. CII. T. GULICK will e my duly au-
thoriied attorney, and vi have chiree of my business.
JSO. H. THOMPSON.
Honolulu. March Cth, 172.
sw-w nib" tf
A FIRST DIVIIEM) OF FIFTV
j Cent, will be padto the Creditors of the Estate of
CUALLAMEL & CO., tthe Office ut F. A. Sohaefer & Co.
F. A. SCH A K FEB,
Honolulu, March 9, 1ST. (mh9 2l) Assignees.
ilONEr WANTED !
PARTIES IIAVNG MONF.V TO LOAN.
8. ut a modi-rnte rate o interest, on good security, can hear
of an ojitn.riuiiiiy bv miiririg of
mhU 3t H. IiIMOND.
I.ROM THIS LATE I SHALL. NOT BE
responsible for an; b: contracted in my name without
my written order.
lUiku. Fr-b. It.' Jims' TAI.f.F.TT.
4.3I and 33 l'lne Slrrrt. V.
KOLKUT L- CA5K
TUEO. R. WirTMOKE.
1?AAC II. ALLKN
Advantages nnsnrpased In its terms of .Non-forfeit
are expressed Id all Its policies. .4boInte Ee
Dioval f all Restrictions on Trairl duln; avia)
with tJktra Bates and Pernilts bavin nw Cub tested
Claims, and asking no naneresarj qofstion.
i utr,t offida, rflBrBS of eTer Sent Life In
lompanles now doin; bnuess in the I nlted
States, ranks the SECI KITY LIFE as
serund to noue in point of in
trea-e of bnslness for
lsTl over isto.
Though thin Company has demonstrated the value of Life
Insurance by distributing among the
I . r. f i c oaa at l
! -0WS & Orphans of 320 MembtTS
Sum of nearly $800,000,
lis losses. In prop riion to the numner or tne insured anu tne
amount of insurance, have been remarkably few and light.
; To every peraou seeking mutual insurance this fact is very
i The coat.of .
: Company m wh
; vitaUty i8 the l,
the Insurance depends opon the vitality of the
which you insure, and the best proof of inberewt
e low ratio of claims in the D9t.
j Katioot losses on uew business of 1870, not one dollar on a
; The Prompt Cmnmisskmers of the Xeio York Lfe
, r 7l . .
j durance Department thus rtpurl of the
i we now come to a briliianu onward, approved embodiment
j or American Life insurance-the Secur.ty ur insurance Com-
' pany of New ork. A politician would ay, the Se-:urity is
. the people's choice. It has certainly strong popular endorse-
ment. By the Atlantic, the Mississippi, and the Pacific, the
I voice of thousands speak it fair. '1 he Security attained the
greatest increase of annual business in 170 over ISO 9 of nil
ihe life companies cf the United States. W hen this i-i couald-
I Kreii la connection with the past progress of the office, its
! luture rank ou the liftf roll i a subject of no diflitult conji-cture.
! Kven with the additions of 1S70 there is no disproportionate
oulgruviu. I. tins uccu ici;uiniij uuni up lo uic- Lireaeiii pro
portion, not suddenly projected forward. It has passed ahead
of other companies by the due operation and momentum of il a
own normal law of accumulation.
Agrut ii t llouolulu.
X. B. This is the only Company iu the
' United States who Charge no extra rate
j for Insurance oa WOMEN or Foreign
' Seamen. inhIC
j S. B. DOLE,
T1 OltXRV AT I.AAV. OFFICE OVER
llichurdson's Store, corner of Fort and Merchant Streets.
, mlij Honolulu. ly
(Late Janion, Green & Co.;
1MPURTEU AMI COMMISSIOX MER
CHANT. AtiKNT FOR
j Lloyds' and the Liverpool irnderwriters. Northern Assurance
! Company, and British and Foreign Murine Insurance
I mli 23 Fire Proof Buildings, Kaaliunmnu and Queen Sts. ly
I WILLIAMS, BLANCHAED & CO.,
! Shipping &, Commission Mcrcliiinls,
i m!,23 tf SAN FRANCISCO.
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & Commission .Merchant
4O0 FRONT STRKKT, C0KNF.R CLAY,
Particular attention paid to Consignments of Island Produce.
o2S ly mhlO
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS!
T-IIK rXDEUSIGXKI) IIAVK Jl'ST KE
i ChlVEO ex Meaintr MONTANA,
A SPLENU1I) ASSORTMENT OF
CENT'S, BOY'S AND YOUTH'S
clot ii ijv o :
Of all qualities. Also, an elegant variety of
. Gent's, Ladies', .Misses' & Children's
Intending to make the above a t pecialty they
cordially invite all to
Examine their Stork before Purfhaiiig Elsewhere.
S. M.1CXIX k t'O.
fJMIE SUIJSCRII1KKS TO TIIK Fl'XDS OF
m. the QUEtN'Ji HOSPITAL are requested to assemble, at
: tlie Court House,
' On Saturday, the fith of April, at noon,
j To consider the exjiediency of applying for ait-rations to the
: Charter, as follows :
1st Thatthe Minirter of Interior tx officio shall he a mem-
her of the Board of Trustees.
2d That the Minister of the Interior may be authorized to
! make his appointments of Trustees from the public at large,
: limiting the number to nine.
j Perorder: F. A. SCHAF.FER.
i mti9 4t Secretary.
flIIE (1UARTEKLV MKKTINfi OF THE
M U lAkU OF TKl'sTKhS of th-? yueen'a Hospital, will lie
held at the Court House, ou SATl'KliAV, the C:h April, iu
: uiedmtely after th meeting of the Queen's Hospital Society
has adjourned. I'er Order -.
mh-j-U F. A. SCIIAEFF.U, Secretary,
mJ lrom this Kinndom I linve appointed C. H. LKrtKlli lo
act for me bv iiowr of Attorn- y.
Honolulu. Feb. 19, 172. (feb24)
JAMES A. HOPPER.
NEW BOARDING HOUSE!
No. 38 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
ON SI ND .4V MORNING, MARCH 24lb,
No. 3s, Nuuanu St., will be
Opened as a Dining and Boarding House !
The Dining Room is up stairs where GOOD MEALS
will be furnished at il.OO per week, fcingls Meals 35
A Coffee and Tea Saloon attached.
FOB IS JL !
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL.
Byam, Carlton & Co.'s
Gcxjrd. Ma-tclaes 2
LITTLE SUNSHADE TOBACCO.
Just Landed ex Syren.
EO. IIOFFriir.AECF.R Co.
11KCS TO NOTIFY TIIK PUIII-IC
That they lmve Removed their Business to the
BWABE STORE !
And will occupy that stand until the erection of n Commo
dious Warehouse now being built at their place on King
NEY GOODS, NEW
JY STEAMER FROM F.NGL.AND ANDXEW YORK. ALSO, VIA CA I'E HORN, I'KR
WITCH OF THE V A V E, O.U EEN OF TH K EAST, AND SVREN.
AND TO ARRIVE PER COMET AND MOSES TAYLOR I
.A. XJlne A.ssortrnont of
; Prints, Light and Dark Colors ; Regatta and Bengal Stripe Prints !
I'rinted Piquets, Printed Linens, Mock Quilting, American and Engliah line and medium Long Cloths.
Oir and McNaughl'i Smol Cotton, HIb.-Ic Koll Crae, a line aaaortment of Taylor's hpool Cotton,
hjjool SilU, black and colored, in 1-4 and 1 ot. reel, hcarli-t and lllue Twill Flannels, Illai-k Ribbon,
AmotkeaK Denims. Unbleached Cotton, lilue lirilln. Finest HII Ic Warp, und
All W'.Kd American Flannel, 40, 45 and 64 in. N-4, 10-4 and 18 4 Itleaclmd and t'lit'learlnd
Mieeth K, Lim n Sliei tiinf, 100 in. wide; Pillow Linen,
Line ll I'anin-k, Fineat llleachi-d and Cntileacheil 6-4 wide I
Colored IaniH8k, 8-4 wide. White l inen and Colored Napklna,
AIiai-MS, Cohiira and 'irrUr, in aaaorted Colora)
Canton Flannel. Putch Tape of all widths, White Crochet, Welting and KiilUinc; Cottons, Java Canvas, Huaaia Iilarier. Itf, 21
aul 24 inch ; Linen and Kussia Ciah, Hii' kahuc, Linen, llucHbuc and CotUm Towels. While and Iln.wn Turkish
Ton elu, Linen Cambric, Ladies' and Oi-nt's fine l.tm-n Csmt.rie Handkerchief, Need let Toilet llalr Fins,
of the very beat qualitiea; Hiasaors of Koderg tf Bon's celebrated Disks of all sises.
ALSO, A FINE ASSORTMT OF SHELF HARDWARE!
Cut Nili. 3d to 60d; Cut Fpikeg, Sledire Handles. 24 to 3d ln. Axs, Hoe and Oo Handlss,
l'aria Plow, point and sides extra, W li I Uarrowa, larite. nie Hum and small sues, tnnliah Linseed Oil, laillrd aud raw,
Iluhbuck & Co. 'a i beat F.nliah White Lead and ine, I'ry 111 Lead.
iVAKit's fti:i:osi:i: onM 1-12 it co.iurr axu syhex,
And to bo Sold as Low as the Lowest.
Vo. 6 Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, 3-4,7-1, 1 and 1 1-4 Inch t A Superior Aaaortment of Rd(fer k rVin's Ontlery, Hast Crushed
8uKr. Galvanix'd Pails and 'luha, Paris Plows XI and X0 Mu l Plowa, Cultivators, Horae lliHrt, Harden 11 ', . 1 and 2,
PUuter'a lloi f, American and Kuilih makea ; fj.mli-a, rJhovela, Kakei, Hrooim, Ac, lie.
And many other Articles, all of which will be sold at Lowest Bates. tublC
GET THE BEST
A IVew Work hy a loiil.ir
i TT rn
j jMaxlv Twain.
jriMIOS. C. TIIRt'M TAKES PLKARL'KE
JL in announcing that he has
Received the Sole Agency
For Ihe Hawaiian I alnnila for this
Interesting and Amusing Work of about
PBIXTED 1'ROSI CLEAR TiI'E 0 l'.E PIPES 1
One Large Octavo Volume !
Illustrated with nearly 300 Engravings !
This nook is Issued only in Subscription
At 1 . 5 O Cloth, or in leather I-I bra ry Style
! Is much superior in Humor. Insiructlae Incidents, and I)e-
scriptire Narrative than
Innocents J- T3 x- o a. d S
Especially to the
Author's Pacific Coast and Sandwich Is.,
XT GIVE IN YOCR NAMES SOON. XI
FIRST COME. FIRST SERVED!
TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
mhl8 lm THOS. O. THRUM, Ag'uL
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY CAU
TIONED axainat allowing their animal, to treapaat upon
the land known as LUMAllAl. on the Inland of Kauai, the
undersigned having leaael the same from C. R. BISHOP.
All periona so trespauing hereafter, will be proceeded
aralnst according to law. CHCLAN a CO.
Ilonnlnlu, Januir? '-'ith, 1S72. ja27 ?m
WS' HALL, FORT STREET
GOODS, NEW G00
A GOOD l.WIiST.HIiT.
I.OR "ALB C'llEA P.-(IE OF TIIK LARO-
Y.PT I'LI.C .STABLIrll.MK.Tl im Hawaii.
mli Iru Apply to WALK til ALLKM.
THE GLOBE HOTEL !
KI.Nfi STREET. NEAR CORNER OF
Eoit street, Honolulu, II. I.
Xw Farfa, .ew Fariltirf, fw DUIirs,
New ererything. The underpinned, in pleaaed to Inform Hie pub
lic generally that he ha pun lias-d the almve well known pram
iaei lor the purpose of carrying on a first-cliiae hotel buaineas
in all its branches, and hnviri had th. same completely reno
ted and eP-gantly furnlahed Iner.-ry part k-ular, it la now tf a
tit the reception of greats. The larder will be supplied with
the belt the market alf.rda. Alao, having engaged the services
of a Orat-claaa Chefe de Cuialne, he U prepared to suit the
taate of the moat fatl.llu, and no eaiiense or pains will ha
aared to make thla hotel the favorite with the puLIm of llnuo
lulu. Being centrally located and free from dual and loonv
mencei, it offi ra great Inducements fur inarchanti and others lo
give hitn a call. He hopes by strict attention to the wants and
comforts of hn gueata, to merit a liberal .hare of publie pat.
ronage. Terms reasonable, further particulars mads known
by applying on the premises, to
tnttOm U. A. THAYER, Proprietor.
X" O 1 sS 1? !
The Valuable Property
known as aa
1 aland of Kauai, rwasl.llay mt
About 7000 Acres Fee Simple Land
(Royal ratenl) with th
BUILDINGS AND IMPI10VEMENTS
rnexplrrd Irar of PISTIttK L.I.U Adjoining I
rl leywsaiaii 5.000 HEAD OP C A TT W .V
For parliculara spp'jr to
K. RRCLL, Kauai, or
E. IIOFFBCHLAtOER 4 CO.,