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" ymit.tr, .trmt. i, 172.
; p-t.l- ft ur n:ire lh-1 ll. ft- l..i lo-.ii a n.i ! r ,!.!
Iwr ! lh.- Value ( ..ul- 1i-mIip m.i ! in Em- and
itwri.-.Ml market, 1. i.ii n Usl ull.iuil-iy all. ft pr..-s 1.' re.
k ttxmi f thi-se are ir-m, col, c ,if.i. n pt-r, wool, whule nils
jxl hale b-me. Th"e f -w articles furnih the n uutrrula
isrd in the niatiufaclure of pro' aMy thrc-four; lis of ail ui:m
fuctured goods, rujtl being ind..i-n.abie as furl. to work u
he ( and where is !uf U ei.tiao. e.J, pr.lu- mi- by
la aid mutt sti ue in ihe in. rer.n. .1 nil To how It.- chang-.
e will JU le the price current in j.c.l i . r New York, in j
71 and 1172:
1ST!. r t. . l-TJ.
IH. eotl'ii, per Ci- V V.. May, 171. lir I'V X'.aZl'.c
al. vuui. ir ft,. N. Y . Mav. '71... 2o;.:o.- ::4.c
'i-ntrll 1 irull. r ( a, l.un.l'i,. Jjn , , 1 .rfrffMs .!;.4s ;
Inf . col, ir Iod, Lond -n. J.. i . '71 . l'rtl. 1
5aj.ccvirr,-rti.i.rtKt..n,Jia..'7l 7-;i7'i .vHvn j
StVVeZ wi:iu;;:4!:::::1S. j
Vbie lor. New Yfk. July, '71... 7'J-4"c I i. 1 -j '
"hrtt oalatki show a i'immii elelit or trn iaith in (lie I
; . n . . , , , .i
rtieles quoted cf from i to ltj r ciit. The advance in I
xtna oJ wo-4 u n.i more -.ttr,r.jinary iha tht in iron
i the tw great pr'xiucu of Kngiiri-i. The aianre j
i owing to acrera caus. That of wml and rottoii i attri
jtfd aolely to amtll eru a. The cotton crop cf Amerii'a anj
viia i ooe-:hird h th.n it waa in 171. raunii.j an alrance
f about SO r rent. In the quotations uf all graihrs. The rise
i Iron, coal, and ro,r U aitrihuteil to the numerous trikca
'ttg workmen in the English mine an. I f u lori , hi h
t crealetl acarcity iu the Cice of a couLant!y r. unn
;maoJ. These atrile-a are not eii.l..-l, tut among the 1 it.-.t ap
ices ia the rejport of a Urg"! atrike of wor.i.i n in Hirming
un, Enj!.tii4l. The aJvaee in oil anl lon is owing soMy
.theloof theArctMriit.n lo.i.wh.ca caua.-u a .necuu- ; jririCjIrf,i iislt 0f an a(jVerM? nature to the theory
moemebt, from the eff cl of which the market hua cot i . , . ., , . . . ,
VorercU. -.-as enunciated in trie old Constitution, was that
'Taetigh pricean.jwoi.uif.nl for wool in Euroian.l Amer- reflected from Sir John Iiowring by the late R.
bare bad the effect oi a'imulating the price h-re, and two fj. Wyllie, the then Minister for Foreign Affairs.
I the larjeat cHr ,te HarUir ami the Vaimea Onuloej Exctrcn(?y wa9 j,, tQ Hay in f uoting
-X fcare been aold for between Id anJ 17 cetita iit-r poun.I, J ' i
ihere two year ine u wa brd to g..i 10 cent for the ani pir John aa an authority, that he had written
jticie. To; bulk of oor wooia are w-it conaidere.1 Cue, aiwi IVjiiie very excellent hymns. lJut as a eet-ofl' to
t cenerally ery dirty, ean.ing a Urge lcs in washing, aaid , the w;wl,in, 0f the earned UaroilCt, W e may be
i be aa mocb as 70 ir cent. That l, out of ecry 100 r.unla ,. . . ... r) . .
hlaod voot,Mahippe.l away In dirt and grease, cnly 30 :,
ads of manufacturing wool is obtained. We also hear of
fc'fof the tale Mr. Muffin's wool some 600 potinjs, saij to
'par merino and very clean at 22 cents prr iiou.-ul.
The bark Gartltny cleared to-day in ha Jat for the Cuano
The bark CamJen cleared to-day fr Por. Gamble in I.Hlla.t.
Sbw American whaiing bark ffautifut, Capt. Smith, arrived
ta 2d, from Ft- Iff-ienaV The Jfiutilu Is 23 months out
n home, with 2,000 bbls. oil. Since leaving tit. Mr-U-na, he
taken 82 bbla. wHale anl 80 p-rm oiL OtT MasHafuero,
V ike the bark Pt'tiu, of TaU'ahuana, 95 bbU. oil thm season,
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ine nari rjary, mii.
Th bark R. IP. Wuod, Weeks, was at Humboldt, March
b, repairing, ami would sail lor Honolulu, In about ten da) a.
fhe A. P. Jordan Waa to sail about the 18th for thU port.
We clip the following from the rau Francisco Commercial ;
raid and Market Rrtirw of fl irch 8th : ,
fhe wool market is excited. 40c having ber-o refused fr the !
pf dip. In fact, buyers are now paying tUiWt6c for choice ,'
fLiriore snraring. auring m current wcra, wc uave re
fed perbap 91 tous from Australia. The schooner Itakrl
Melbourne bn u;ht 845 balrs. The tueen y.mmrt from
as via Honolulu, brought 'Jul LaIVs ; and by the Motet
y lor, Drevioa.ly announced. 6i7 balra. 1 1 is more than
able Ibal tbeaw I.Sti bakrs wool will all be secured for the
era market. Kermtly. a small consignment of I'tab
4 was received here by rail from Sttll Lake. 1 1 was imme
ly Iriucht op, and, alter Ixring assrul and re-balV-d, rc-
Cwl by Ibe Pacific Kiilroml to .ew York. The l.iutcd j
""uZXZtiliaw ;;uowrt j
fieker la tb mariufiw tunrs. Thry may g- on till uvy ;
1 col ap to tea shilLugs per poutui ; Lut this will lor in iw
oate, no permanent relief The state of the foreign wool i
1 Iket la no better than the domestic. All foreign wools are
! wry light stock, and price, are rapidly advancing. Cape
j is hare risen to half a dollar prr pouud. None of the new
j Vhaa yet come to hand, nor will there be any lor several
" .oiiiiiig but a f
u. .verything ot the way is aireany secureu. ah wool ,
i the Cape and Australia afloat (r this country wou'd not i
mat i. .r.ii.. 6r o.m m.-tii. ai-i we rnu.t wn.t
f or sitty day. ,r thi- to get it in a dirty, greasy state f
I; docks. If like A mtrula pulls were tbrown on to :
ifa.ie wv morrow, we eouid not obtain enough of wool to
sur nuns in mil uprmiHiii wi mc iki iiniim, uc- ,
wLoglanil, Geruiany arwl France are outbidding us in ihe
ts of Ihe world." Tbe natural consequence of all Una ! ((
M every powuble efTrt will be made in all the wool-grow-r
tiona ol the country to increase the supply, and the
ictive profits to be n-alized from raising word will prevent
1 tighter of sheep and induce f.trmers to devote more time
; eareand good keeping of their docks. Our Eastern ex--
generally speak of the pressing demand fr manufac
! purposes, and tnul choice cleao wools had been actually
l Soc to $1 per iouihI.
1 New Vobk, Mar.h 10th.
ten Stroog. Dry, 2jc; Falted, 12Jc; Green, 1'Jc.
UaieC efperm. f 1 etxSl "S ; W inter Rleached, t 70
; Whale. 75c do. Winter Uleache.l, 8i)3S5c.
steady. ri(ruig. line, avi4ic; burry, 32!l37c ;
, 66a)oOc Fal', Caht'oruia, 3oa;3Sc do, burry, 2530c
j0.T OT HOSTOLULU, H,
JZO Schr Ilokalele, Ahuihsla, from Konak Kau, Hawaii.
;-Scbrl.uka,n.aai,frotii lino, Hawaii.
,0 Am ship Kearsarge, FieU, 13 days from Kan I ran- I
ciseo, en mute tor Baker s u and. i
1 Am scrir rsiiHira, nimms, 10 uays irotn ran r ran-
cisco, en route for Japan.
I SUrnr Kituea, McGregor, front Hawaii ami Maui.
CI schr Active. Ilopa. from Hilo, !lawaii.
U Schr I'aualii, Reynolds, from 1 ahaina, M.iui.
f Mchr Moi Keiki, CJreen, from Kahului, Maui.
1 Hchr Manuokawai. Anakalea, fm Nawiliwili, Kauai.
1 Sctir Ka Moi. Davis, from Kahului, Maui.
j 1 sk-hr I llama, llaltleld, from Kona &. Kau, IlawsiL
1 Am wh bk Nautilus, Smith, vi months out lrom
New Bedford, with 2.0OO wh.
1 Am bg IIeierian, Wilkinson, 21 dys fin Humboldt.
4 Schr Nettle Merrill, Crane, from I.:.haina, Maui.
4 jcbr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, from llanalei, Kauai.
4 Schr Jenny, Bum., from Waimea dc Koloa, Kauai.
4 J-ttmr KiUuea, McGregor, from Hawaii aud Maui,
ft Schr Juanita, Dudoit, lrom Kaunakakai, Molokai.
OKI A IITI'RKS.
. J rkr Jenny, Burns, for Koloa and NYaimea, Kau.ii.
30 Mchr Fairy Uueen. Kaaina, f.ir llanalei. Kauai.
Ss ttcbr Keoni Ana, l.ikeke, lor Anahola. Kauii.
H Schr (Nettie Merrill. C ane, lor Ijihama, Maui.
1 k'll..nM L.ll.mfnP t.W Uailt Sn.l llUIKHli.
, J nun ,
, 1 Schr Kinau, A.l uus. k.r Maliko, Maui.
i J Kchr Juanita. Hn.loit, for Kannakakai, Molokai.
I 1 Haw brig VVm II Allen. S-hnieder, tr Tahiti.
! :. o am ship Kearsarge, Fk-lil. (or Baker's lslaud.
' j il S-Cl t Active. Ilopu, lor Hilo, Hawaii.
t S-hr ACm Keiki. lireeo. lor Kal.ului, Maui.
2 ecbr Hokulele, Ahuihala. for Mkai.
I " A m bk Comet. Fnller, ( San Franci-co.
fc jJ.Scbr Fauahi. Keynokls. for Lahaina, Maui.
jSehr Manuokawai. Anakalea, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
4 Brit bk U.vstang. Thoml-m, r HowLind's Island.
sVhr K M.l, Havi. Hr Kahului, Maui
A-hr t'ilama, llstrtehl, f.r Komt and Kau, Hawaii.
4 eJchr Laka. Kaai, tor Waal sea, Maui,
i Am bk Camden, Robinson, for I'oget Sund.
hm Koloa a so Waiwe s-hr Jenny, sails this r w.
f H4Sai.Ki Schr Fairy Uueen, sails this r .
LaaaiA Schr Ntttie Merrill, aiU Monday r
' It. C. Wtli. By a letter received by the last mail
'i Europe, we learn that the Hawaiian bark K. C. Wytye.
j a sailed from Jarvis Island with a cargo of guano f-T
t P oo the 27U of last October, encountered a Severe gals S
1 i w:..k K -..l...l ufii it. . I rr . Anal 4
.mm nmu, m uii.u . . , . -
Iwo men overboard. H-r decks were swept hy a sea, an
vast thrown oo her beam ends, in wh.ch dangerous position
ay l.r many boors, brfnre righting. She had with diflicul
en brought into Uueenstown uiuler jury masts.
oaT or Baia IlKsrKaiaJi, Witsutsoji, Msstcb
U am bo Id l March 14tb nnder double reefed topsails, NW,
her. Lost Ihe wind in lat 3o3 N, long 1J0 V, thence
U SWi bagling winds to Lit Xt N',kJti IW AV. Modfr-i-le.
the balance of tbe passage. Arnvid in Honolulu
I M FORTS.
w HlWBOtDT IVr HesjierUn. April 3d: 72.&TJ It
jid R w ..n.nher. 41.104 it K w sid.ng., 10.3OO ft .Bit-
UtZlfiM ft Rou-h R.-dwo.!, IjO M Shingles to Walker & ,
er Wm. II. Al'n. April 1-t-.
I 4 Casks..
6 I. und llav. Its o.OOO
H i..,k i.i.i 1
i J .keg.
I , sees. -
.in.,,t b-w 3 fnuloa Salt, tons 22
powder. e 3 Kun' Csk 1J
bn Beef, bbls....... . i n- a., !
nsloe .UollKtlC .- ruio,. .oi -
la Saw Fbajicisco Per Comet. April il : !
Ino. hnehs ruiu. n-iies -.rj
6 Pulu. hales
SWins. res -o uj.i, .n
2d !uar, keps. ..........
1 sh.i'P Skins, bndls. .. ..
10 Tallow, pit?
T.4H0 hale Rone, bndls
l.lu.1' Lot Beef Holies.
l Fliiies, pes
s Hides, pea...
?e llujes. !---
Uotnesuc..jv.o,ioo-. , luioiiu i...
Butt's Island Pc Kearsarire, April 21 :
!Cu7.. I P"U
Pi dn.. ......... 6 Pumpkins .... ........
, O ............ 3 K . - h-, coils............
' .-.- . . :
F4rf. - uiau cuppues.
tae Domestic. ..$125 ; Foreign 1'.
....ei Ppr Moi Keiki. M.lrch 31st Mr Kirt- '
r" WBMWtitD roiTu i er r.uiuea, .uarcn oisi tns i .
Vfyiarris, His Ei J Voit Smith, judge ii W idemann,
4 lllarris, 3iis b i lemanii. ti s v v memann. A w ;
iC Pflmrer and wilv. II Cornwell, J W VVid lifieid. UX
S7 J Bmitli. N' George, Capt Ross, 11 R Hitchcock.
liaL and 140 deck.
I'KaHCXCI Per Ka Moi, April 2.1 tG Miner, Mr I.e
La wife, J UJgate.
T-on Kosa d Kai-. Per I llama, April 2d: C aptain
Jit. Francis Jerrard, Ako. and 2T deck.
ITaw Fbaxcisco Per Comet. April 2d W M Gordon,
a Criiler, A Hardy, Jas Taylor, Alfred Wight, Mr S5ti!l-
- W Pa'ty. John Brash.
ih UtsMlPT-rer Hesperian, April 3d A Muller.
I .siiJi-Per Nettie Me mil, Apnutn -. .ir i-io-i-
Harris, Mr PhilHps.
ruBir.-Per Camden, April 5th : Thos Howe j
oj ,bwiii Poit" Per Kilaueav, Apri oJiranu i
f- ' Mrs Manr Adams. Mrs Butler and child, W C I ,
. .. M I
"I ff jiJuisnn, and aho.ll 29 d- k. I
iui, anu jsv
rilViowAD PoaTs Per Kil.iuea. A.r:l i..t II Corn-; House of Nobles, and the House of liepresenta--IcW
WUUideM. W L" Parke. Win O Smith, V II Kaau- . , .
t 'j furdy, rj Kahauic;io, Mr Akioua. and about tivcs ; each of whom has a negative on the
Commercial lbbf rtisrr.
SATURDAY, APRIL C.
Tho Constitution The Decree.
While .caking of the diCVrenceB between the
C'oii-titution of and the Decree of 13GI, we
J onee heard an 41 intelligent " man nay, that lie
cuiiM see hut little if any diiTcr.-ine ; and that,
t f l.i.. 9nrt I f. n..iil.l r u- i 1 n ur..Tn. in tl...
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i1):ttter, but the Iniinmr of T -T illHilatin the
, , ,. .
Decree, wan certainly objectionable. 1 WiMy
h (f v there
hein any radical difl :rcriee in the two d.jeu-
. . ., r . i i i i
uienU", oin to the fa t that no trouble has been
taken to make a conipiri,n. For the enlihten-
rncnt of fiucli we will here undertake to set frth
in a brief review the charges which have been
frought about in the Decree.
Article I of the Constitution of 1852 Ftts frth
tlie t-elf-evident rojKition that " J'1 hath
cretited all ruen free and equal. '" The eonee
fx;ndmg Article of the Decree of lGl entirely
ignores the r.ror-ositiori. This Article was thor
oughly disciifv-ed in the Convention, and the
renowned champion of absolute monarchy, and a
person equally unknown to us as .Sir John, who
tajs, lleyward, Blackwood, IUrclay, and
others that liave bravely vindicated the rights of
with one consent admitted the
natural liberty and equality of mankind."
Article IV" gave the people the right to meet
to give instructions to their Representatives."
The Decree reserves that right, and the llcpre
eentativea are now instructed by the Ministry.
Article XII, On 6lavery aud involuntary bcrvi
tudc, is modified boinewhat in Article XI of the
Decree. The change is not marked, but sufficient
ly to make it accord with the key note in Ar
Article XXII, On the " Form of Government,"
is not changed by the Decree. The form of Gov
ernment, however is itself most markedly changed.
There is a touch of grim humor in the retention
of the term "Constitutional Monarchy."
Article XXV, On the succession to the Throne,
the same in essence, always excepting that the
Lecislatnrc of 1852 contemplated two distinct
chambers, the Decree providing for only one.
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Article XXX, Read that the "King has the
power, by and With tho advice of Ill's IVivy
., , . .
council, to make ircaiies. ine ueereo gives
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the King the sole power. That most tractable
iu - which the Gazelle says never " lias refused
J ' J
to take action in the direction suggested by
in me uireciion suggesico uy
is Iicrc deprived even of its little
. ... . ,?
Article XXXV, I'rovided that all the King's
official acts must be approved by the Privy Coun
cil and certified by the Minister to whose depart
ment such act may belong, excepting the signa
ture to laws passed by the Legislature. The De
cree is silent as to the apjiroval by the Privy
Council and attestation by the Minister. It is, it
seems, very doubtful just what power the Privy
Council docs j)oesess. In view of the very flatter
ing remark of the Gazette, it's not of the slight-
j est consequence.
Article XXXIX, Provided that the King, by
and with the approval of His Cabinet and Privy
fv..:i ,:kt 1.,! ,.,w;,,l Tli IW
vvunvw, .... ...o.t....
cree clVes the rower to the Kins' alone. t e dc-
sire our readers here to bear in mind that tho
changes were not to be material ; that the inten
tion of the conspirators was not to deprive the
people of any rights, but simply to adjust the De
cree to the growing demands of His Majesty's
subjects. So said C. C. II."
Article XLVIII, Provided that in case of a
j vacancy of the Throne, or minority of the 1 eir,
the Privy Council should call the Legislature
together. The Decree puts the matter into the
hands of the Cabinet Council. This may seem a
small matter, but let us consider it. The Legis
lature is popularly supposed to represent the
people, and in case that body was called upon to
elect a successor to the Throne, the eop!e, if that
supposition was correct, would have tho oppor
tunity to make known their jreference. But
with our one Chamber, and the patronage of the
Government at its disposal, the Cabinet would
hold all the reins, and could consequently nomi
nate and elect whom they chose. We trust that
we may never be left in this dilemma, but we
cannot but admire the careful forethought of the
gentleman w ho was so tender of the powers of
the Legislature in thus providing insurance for
his portfolio. y
Article XLIX, Provided for a Council of State
for advising the King io the executive part of tho
liovcrnment and in directing the affairs of the
Kingdom according to the Constitution and laws
of the land. The Decree provides for a Council
of State to perform a like service, " whenever the
King may requiro its advice," and i4 in such
manner as he may direct." This is a master
Article LIV, Provided for a report from each
Minister to the Legislature. The Decree limits
the reports to one from the Minister or Finance.
The Legislature is supposed to represent the
Nobles and the jieoj.le, aforetime thought to be
luipnaiiv i.ieui.,l3 oi
the State, and it was
jej courteous if not necessary to let them
know what was going on in the Kingdom, but
under our Decree we only recognize the fact that
the people pay taxes, and dole them out an
Article LV, Provided that ' the King's Minis-
tcrs hold seats iii the House of Nobles, and they
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EI1.1.V t-liv linb kkj iiLaiu ill now ill-Ill CM. Ol Anvil-
resentativcs. when accused of maladministration
in oiuce. ine iecree .says ine .tiiuisiere iioiu
40 seats e.i-officio as Nobles, in the Legislative As
" ; scmbly. The diQ'erenee between a Ixgislature
' and the non-deseript styltd " the Legislative As
! scmbly," has already been noticed. Anyone who
? i has been witness to the overbearing insolence of
the Hilling (Jenius can easily imagine that his
j presence in tho Assembly, where representatives
! are compelled to meet him, must be galling to an
' independent man. Hut then, the object f our
! I l.'nri'P 14 tt irtlvll iMlt 1 1 1 i .1-1 To o i'n.!.in.in.lint fl-.r.l
and the legislative miehine that we have
crs the iurpote admirably.
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nswers the .urpose admirably
Article LX, Declared that "The Legislative
jHiwer of this Kingdom is vested in the King, the
others." The Decree has it, "The legislative
power of the three estates of this Kingdom is ves
ted in the King, and the Legislative Assembly;
which Assembly shall eoDeistofthe Nobles ap
pointed by the King, and of the Representatives
of the people, sitting together." Uy this piece
of jugglery the people lose their negative alto-
aether and the Nobles arc strengthened in that
Cnrt li,f 1 1 . 1. -1 Vfl irnol'Ann.1 tn .l.. . I .
.-j nuiaunu in iiiiu mey too
- n,T;lt:..(. lllfain tv-;n.T ri,., i-: -
" I - -
i strengthened absolutely, a- t!re is r.o power that
: ran f;iv him nay. He :tijiint tie N.M.-s an 1
; ih.r Mini-ti r-; the Minister- nominate the HVt-
reeiitatii - in iw ol tlie e nin;ry districts', an 1
; by the j atr-mae at their di.-rf.il arrange with
i others aft'-r eh-ctior.e ; so tLit take it altvjrether
! they have what might be terint-i in vulgar r-ar-
lance, a uea i op'n a:i j tuui uu ii-e utrar jt-o-
rle, who are csteted to furnWi the coin with
w hirh t carry on the g une, and keep jiiiet.
.,.', . . . . ,
I he i-oi.-iierati :i ol the remaining Articles
I I I I .1 ...H .1.. .1 .
s a farther comment on the COth Article of
, the Dc ree, above mentioned, we here remark
; that there seems tj us but one course remaining
for the people, and that is to make an attempt to
obtain the recognition of the riht to fit aitrt
from the Nobles as a separate Chamber and
j estate. There is nothing oj p-.sed to the. exercise
i of this right in the Decree, but a simple techni-
' ctility. The Article says that the Assembly shall
I OrirtsiBt r,f the Nobles and RpT.reset.tati ves. sill inn
, 1 J
tjfihr. Is this "sitting together " to be in-
; terjreted to mean as to time, or as to locality?
I The expression is vague and indefinite, and in ail
Uuch cases interpreters of law are authorized to
! examine as to the intent of the framcrs. Who
! were the Iramers of this Article ? The enspir-
lators, chief among whom we may class His
! Kxceilciiey, C. C. Harris. Now ' C. C. H."
! wrote and put of record in print these words:
.Vor do I remember to hnve heard any expression
uhicli uoul'l seem to imply that His Alijrsty's wl-
riser, hid any opinion upon the subject, a, to
Vfo-S Ur SZ-r0rJT Vyl tK'f Jr
Legislative Council. Ihe result of my last remark
is. that such rumors are made out cf whole cloth '
have not the shadow of a foundation, and no one
can prevent their manufacture. "
Thus bv this witness a most important one.
we learn that it was not the intention of the
framers of the Decree to fuse into one body the '
Nobles and Representatives. Far from it. They
bimply meant that the two Estates should " sit
together " as to time, but in separate Chambers, j
Let Representatives take due notice, and govern :
The Queen's Hospital.
This is an institution of which we as Ila
waiians may be justly jroud, both in the history
of its foundation and the vast amount of good it
has accomplished in relieving suffering humanity,
during the twelve years that it has been in ojer-
ation. Many of our readers well remember the
v.TTTTmu ,nrt;ina r.r i. i., r i , ,
ftiuuous exertions ot the late King ol harpy
1 a . 1 , , ,trJ
memory, by which the means were secured to
ereft this blliltlino niol f.inni! 1 1 1 tiohlo linrilv 1
how he honored and dignified tho self-imposed
i ,t.. r.i i . r i i r n i n- !
duty ol ideading lor help lor the poor and suffer-
J 1 " 1
ing of his people; how proud and delighted lie t
was when at length, as a result of his exertions, ;
..w.,l.l I... ,.P I.:.. l.l I i 1
n.iuuueti i J iiiunu I 11 113 uvKliru l' Min.Jl 1 , 1 1 1; 11 n .
enabled with his own hands to lay the corner- '
stone of the Hospital, and dedicate it to its holjt
uses. The existence of this institution nlonuj-
raiA llmrA ,,.v .flmw ........... ..-.1- ... .-. . . ....... . 'jC '
v. ' j v 11 v. 1 IIU U11I1.I 11IOIIII I1IUII t Ol IIICIUUIILO OH 1'
his worth, is sufficient to enshrine the memory of
Kamchameha IV. in the hearts of his people.
Within a few days past, we made a visit to the
Hospital, and entering all the wards, looked
4 T 1
i critically at everytning, alter tne manner ot news- :
i paper men in such places. We were quite un- i
! known, and unexpected by the steward (or pur- :
j veyor) who politely and readily showed us every J
j nook and cranny of the building and its grounds, j
j The impressions we received were agreeable, j
aside from the naturally sad thoughts inseparable I
froia the eight of suffering humanity. Everywhere!
was the most scrupulous cleanliness ; the floors, !
the walls, the bedding, all showed evidence of j
constant care and attention to this virtue, which j
we may add ranks next to godliness, and which
is Kf necessnrv an nolinnef' tn the treatment: of tliA '
sick. Ihe patients, though some were evidently
great sufferers, and there was one or two per
haps whose recovery was hopeless all wore an
expression of content on their faces, that evi
dently sprung from a feeling that everything was
being done for their comfort and welfare that
could be done. Those with whom we conversed,
both natives and foreigners, most clearly ex
pressed themselves to that effect. We heard not
a single murmur, nor saw one sign of dissatis
faction among the inmates, although we took
particular pains to look for them. The Hospital
was a perfect hive, there being no less than sixty
five inmates on the books, besides outside pa
tients, the number of whom we did not inquire
a higher figure than has ever before been
reached since its establishment, (.hit of doors,
the extensive grounds are being improved by the
planting of trees and ornamental shrubberry,
flowers have been set out, and walks are being
laid out with taste, and an arbor projected in
which the convalescent may sit and enjoy the
open air. This we learned was mainly done hy
those cf the patients who were able to work a lit
tle; and we know that occupation is a wonderful
assistance to convalescence. We may add
here that it happened while vc were present, one
of the officers and the doctor of the llussian war
vessel now in port who came in on a visit, accom
panied by one of our merchants, went over the
different wards, and expressed themselves very
freely as being much surprised and gratified at
the evidences so unmistakeably presented every
where of this superior phase of our Christian
civilization. We lave no space here to enter
into details of statistics, but we learned enough
at our visit to be convinced that the Queen's
Hospital is to-day in a far better condition for
carrying out the objects for which it was founded, i
than at any period of its history ; and as we ob-
served at the outset, it is an institution of which
we as Hawaiian may be justly proud.
We should desire to be able to conclude our ar
tide here, with the pleasant assurance to our i
readers, from Hawaii to Kauai, who feel so lively
an interest in the prosperity of the Cnieen's llos-j
pital, that future continuance in the effective and ;
useful condition m which we now kml it, is be- i
yond any reasonable question, in present hands, i
Uut circumstances have arisen, and measures '
arc projt.-ctcd in certain quarters, which look to a j
change in the government of the Hospital, which, I
! under the present condition of affairs is unnecee-
I sarv, is portentous tf mischievous results, and i
ima'rs the outlines of this word-picture, lly rcf-
i crence to the newspajrs of the day, it will be i
' observed that a special meeting of the subscribers !
i to the funds of the Queen's Hospital is called for i
! Saturday, the Cth instant, "to consider the ex-
j l vnicin y us j i j iii 104 uivv-atswrii.-iAt fcti. .lai II. I
ns follows : 1st. That the Minister of the In-
. .- .. . r i.n i i A Ai i,n n i r ,
Trr.stt-es. 2d. That the Minister of the Interior
! may be authorized to make his appointments of
; Trustees from the public at large, limiting the
1 number to nine."
j 'let well enough alone " is an excellent pre
; cept. Under t!ie orignal cliarter, planned by Ills
i Iit AI i!itv fin.! iviiefiillv ilruin l.v ftiniriptent
" J .,. ". .
j-ersoiis uiuier nis uireciion, me cueen s Hospital
has jrrown and flourished to an
an extent beyond
ther institution in
, what can be shown of any oth
; thye Islands : and the first mirations that r.rt-s.'iit
i themselves arc. what is the neces.Mty f,,r a change
at this time ; and, what is the object in view by
the proposer of the change ?
Uv the provisions of the charter, the IJoard of j
Trii.t.... iMiwitds ,,r twentv members, ten of:
which are elected by the subscribers t the fun J
from among their own b fly, and ten art' riiiui-
nated hy the government, also from amung the
nibribere. It i r -j" '-'d at the e unin lueeting
on Saturday, to nut u:i!y iu;iko the Mitu-ur of
the Interior a me;iib. r f tiie li-jard. bv virtue of
hid oftce, but tj allow him the priM.ege ot aj
- . - - .1 U ... I. , V.
pjiming mne uiuers, ruen as nr tu.i ..iojp-c,
from auion ion-J.ub.Tibers to the fund. Ihi
radical change i nwt a.-ked because there is a
I . ii-i
eureitv of r-roiT tt r-ons amorig the ?ub-eri..ers
f.und the name- of at lea-t twentv of our U-st
eiti.en, subscriber:, 10-i lent in Honolulu. What
then is the object aimed at by the Minister?
Appearances indicate that it is simply a fart of
! the policy of the centralization of power, which
s ) plainly charaeteriti'.' of all that the present
Ministry take any j art iu. The Minister uf the
Interior, himself a member of the Board, with
, nine fellow trustees of his own appointment.
WOuld easily rule and 2oVem the Queen's HjSli-
tal in every particular, and it would become, like
too many other purely government institutions, a
eouveiiientandcomfortableapj.anr.geof the Interior
'Department, its em Jumcnts and perquisites to be
be.-towed on the members of a ring. That fuch
; will inevitably be the result if the control of the
establishment passes from the hand of the sub-
seribers to the fund to those of the Minister of
the Interior, there can be no doubt, no matter
whut particular person may hapjen for the time
to fill the office of Minister. Ixt the public, to
thU institution belongs, be watc hful and
jealous of the encroachments of this policy of
J , , ,. .. , , , . . ; ,
ui power, utiu ut uu-iui now tney
surrender their vested rights
sueti is tlie view w hicli is suggested hy a calm
consideration of the prowcd clianges to the char-
ter of that cherished institution, the Queen's
Th Australian Subsidy in Cotl'
A Wafcliineton disDatch of March 11th. savs
that the 0U8e of Representatives Committee on
Commerce has decided to report favorably upon
the bill granting a subsidy ot hall a million i
dollars jer annum to Webb's line of steamers to
Australia. And on the following day, the tele
grajih says : " The action of the House Com-
niirtfn nr ( iiiuniri(i rritlfirr ImlF n tn 1 1 1 ii-.n en Kol tr
.u...v. - - r r J I
for the Australian line, doubtless secures the final 1
success of the measure. this certainly looks
. But as an offset perhaps, and an i
attempt to clog the proposed measure, we see it
announced that .Senator Cole, of California, has
... . . ... . , ' ., ' .
introduced a bill tO provide for mail service
, bctween San Francisco, Tahiti and the Marquesas I
flnriild Tlio nnmiint i . P Kiiton;i rri 11 ir i rtcr tlir
.111 -i "it
establishment of this new mail service must be
immense in the Senator s eve. .
L- ., . r -.-,n no . 1
v it the ( liin:i Imp itisteml Jil illll (111(1 as nt
first proposcd.it is now stated that a subsidy of
one million will be granted. Truly the tide of,
or.inion in romnl ro Kiil;iiliR lm TAnilerfnll v
I ... - - - . . . . . . . . . j
turned since last year.
TO LET !
A OESIR.AIII,K RESIDENCE. COR- j
ner Juddand Liliha Street, contaiuinsr 4 lanje rooms, ,
llruu ltoom. Pantry and Cook House, Ctul.le, Carriage
pilous, water pipes
! aa "l
laid nil the i. remises.
Apply to II. VOS. I
HOV AT. HAWAIIAN THEATRE
THIS SATURDAY EVEN'G APRIL 6th.
UndlT (IlC P.ltl'OIiilgC illld PrCSCHCC
COMMANDERS AND OFFICERS
ENGLISH and RUSSIAN MEN-OF-WAR
now in the hakijoii.
Jl AllAHE 31 A U I U DUUET
Mossrs. LE ROY aild MEDINA,
IN AN ELEGANT
Drawing Room Entertainment.
Doors open at "i o'clock. Performance commences at 8 o'clock.
Prices of admission Reserved Seats, $1-50; Dress
Circle, $100 ; Parquette, 75 cents ;
Pit, 60 cents.
MISS CLAIM HKIIBERT will Preside at the riano ! j
RE.&UL.AR. SALE !
TUESDAY, ::::::::::: APRIL 9th,
AT IO A. M., AT SALESROOM.
llrown and White Cottons,
Linen Drill, Coburs,
GROCERIES & CROCKERYWARE!
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL.
Also, Expected per Steamer:
BOXES FRESH APPLES,
SACKS CORN AND OATS.
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
A Small Selection of
(III, IE l !K U l. Y IH IV
and IPictnres !
Infladius Painting of their Late .Majesties Kame- ;
liamelia I and Kameliamelm IV.
MnrbIe CrtrtI Stnat1t c'.11i.rbr iih Si.lc
Lnrye Hon Tnblr, Child's Koa Crib,
Iulioyiiy Secretary, Silver
Cruet St i ml. ic. &.r.
E. P. ADAMS. AuctV.
tt fi tf 6ttftKT OlitlO tMfitJtc
VV AUaW wUif W UUiV
(J U E fc J i) ,
Manufacturers and Dealers
Li. KINDS OF SOAPS!
Leleo, Kin? Street, Honolulu.
i il i: i . 1U.ULLU11 nil u. uuaL a. aiiu k ii auLbu
Order Led nt Ira Riehiirdsoii'a Hoot and
Shoe Store will turn With prompt
apG A I ton tinner.
nciTto Tthe PUBLIC !
IX CONSEQUENCE OF THE CHEAT AND
-- cntinued rie in priee in all foreign markets of Metals
an.i Manufactures of Metals,
jfa IldiTSInCtl iHTCbv JjiVC Nolict'
THAT THEY ARE
Unable any Longer to adhere to their Card
Of siii-li .lletals and .Mann fact a res as heretofore
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
.t.rs. . ;ti..
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron. Workers,
Naaaaa :rr;t, be t. McrtLanl auJ Qarrn,
a HAVE COXVr. XTI.V llM
rf-i : .
li i v. Ir.m !'.;". I":n ant H-e
lii. k I'.of il brC i i 1 la
l ni.:f.j ..f a:i 1 io Tt, :.vi tVu.n-g nj hp oira-
I - if. ,w i... .v "' . ..-v. ,-
ti,,n J t t.t i:. an .1 K-(-!:r.t.c 1 r.e t j or !r i r " J r-
r2;1- fIVft!i",uiar v"-" f-' ;P ,
fr.i,:y, ,r iUir i.mi i:r o.j :u i:,t i-k. we in bj .ik-(
MtUr:-tiOii to I us:S-.' Ui merit tt.e tc.e lor the future.
i ur.e.-r fras the t:.ee U:u u win he ear-fu-iy en,iel
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND I! DIN HI' IK. II .
CAl'IT.1 1 2.000.000
Arruuiulutrii und liivralrd Kuotl. i,s3S,l I S
11 E I'VDKRSIG.VKl) I1AVB UEKN Al'-
author 5t.-, i to Is.-tLre iiiii.it l ire ujor. fnvoraMe tt ru-..
K:a taken in ar.y pun of the I !(!! un w I'a l Inn's,
04 M.-rchunJ.e stored therem. I'wellit.g Houses aud luriii
ture, riniber, CaJ. h ps in rrt or wr.h or without car-e or
under repair, lid ii .t- UjfciiLAEoi.K .v eo.
JJi. 0"3l0. I'IOAV-cVIaD
tjriKEs rLEAsrilE IN NOTlFVlNc; His
SV U" ,uWl U
y0 9 Mfrrhant StrtH, Opposite the SallorMlamr,
shaving AND U.aIU CITTIXC SALOON
Hair and Whisker Cut. Cm led and lyej.
The celebrated H iir Preservative at .1 liatiJruff Extermina
tor OKN ACAl'ILLIS for Sitle and furn:heil customers.
No more excuse fr unshorn chins or unkempt hair 1 ! !
apt) CT Saloon open at all hours. TI tf
1 7 x2.
STATEMENT OF THE
OF NEW YORK, 144 and 146 Broadway.
For the Year Ending Dee. 31, 1871.
F. 5. Winston. - - - - President.
Net Asset?, January 1st, isti $4.,3S2,4i7 so
llKCKII'Td Dl KINO THIS VkIK :
For Premiums f 1 2.Cf6 900 19
For lutert st and Rents.. U.'.KJ oil &S 15,f65.644 77
DISBl RSEM ENTS.
Ti POLICY HOLDUKS :
For claims by death $2,.S4o ivu 40
'' M:itu.i i-ndow-
men.?....... ... 4,D
For Additions 15.61J 05
'or Cash Dividends 3,siij,4jj 12
For Annuities and
surrendered Policies 1 nC4 541 Sfi 7 463 son 07
Commissions to agents, 5t) 1,470 r3
Kxcimnt.-e and postage, 55.i7 J5
... 2,J3S 53
tiO ITS 67
LlV.?...!!?:: "..": '..".
Printing and statione-
ry' l,Jl1 sundr'
penses. . .
11(5,501 2S 1 ,113,4ya 19
- ; Amount paid (o different .States... 111,19100
SUM MART OF INVESTMENTS.
1. Honds and Mortgages on properly worth
more than double the sum loaned $2i,4S0,2S5 T.9
:T rl-sVH;::::::":::: 1-oou-,ouoa
4. New York state Town iiond. 70,(x ooo
o....i LV. ...... 1 HUH il.Vl wo
6- Cash in isanks and Trust Companies at interest 3.300.039 50
O ileal I.3IUIC ... J .vo.U'J... l'.'
7 luunces due from Agents 1JI
. $512,730 03
Iielerred !m mi-Anuual and Uaarterly J'remiuius.
Premiums in course of tiiiiiMiiisioii
Market value of Stocks iu excess of cost...
Gross Assets, December 31st, 1871....
CI have carefully examimd the foreiroing Statement, and find
the fume correct IiAAC E. LLOYD, Auditor.
From the foregoing il will be seen Hint the several items of
Pisliurs-rtueiit bear the f.lluwiuj; ratios to the Receipts uf the
Paid to Policy Holders 47.9 ier cent, of Iteceipts.
Paid for Expenses... 7.1 ler cent. of Receipts.
Paid for Taxes 7 per cent, of Receipts.
The ratio of expenses is less than iu any former year during
the history of the Cou.pmiy.
! The Asskts are .Appropkiatkd as Follows :
: Gross Assets, Jan. 1st, 172 $51,577 997 00
j Reserve for all Policies in force. . 38,248 937 84
; Reserve for Additions. 10.2u9.3ii5 43
i Reserve for Annuity 170.543 Srti
j Reserve for I'neuriied Margins .. 449.0SS 79
. Claims by death not yet due..... 456.47S 97
: Post mortem Dividends, due on
j demand, 5C.00O 00
Premiums paid in advance, 33,ti54 39
! Surplus accrued on Tontine Div
: idend Policies......
8,197 22 47.C82.256 C2
Surplus over all Liabilities.
Dividend of Jan. 1st, 172.
.$3.S95.740 . S
. 2.843,727 92
.f 1,052.012 40
The Reserves upon Policies and Additions were determined
by a seriatim valuation according to the American Table of
Mortality, and four per cent, interest.
The Dividend of lb72 is considerably larger than any previ
ous distribution by this Company upon a sinule year's business.
The claims liy Death during the year l-72 were a fraetion
less than seventy-eight per cent, of the sum predicted by the
Company's Table of Mortality.
POLICY AND RISK ACCOUNT.
Policies issued and restored during MJIBKR. AMocsr.
the year 12.191 $35,301,218 00
The amount insured is about $2,000,000 ereater than in ls70.
Policies in force Jan. 1st, H72 .... 73,804 22H.770.3o7 00
Additions 20.132.O04 00
Annuities, (Annual,) 47 19,011 00
73,911 $43,921,472 00
Ratio or Expenses to Receipts in the Mitcal Life Issi-rante
Comcast uf Ntw Yolk for every year since its organization :
Year. Per cent.
Y'esr. Per cent.
1-ti.l 9 5
1865 12 6
. 9 3
. 9 5
. 9 4
. 9 5
. 8 4
INSURE IN THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY!
OF NEW YORK, WIIICU HAS THE
Lowest Expenses, Lowest Mortality and
Largest Dividends !
SAM'L C. WILDER,
mh30 Asent for the Hawaiian Iland.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. IIOYI).
I Choicest JieiUS irom nne-si nerus. ruuiiry, nan, .iKenoie.
j AC, furnished to order. mhllO ly
PA RTN EKSII 1 1 EXISTING IIE-
' 1 IW'EK.N J. 1. Uuwsi tt and S.nnui l O. V il.ler, doing busi-
! ness under the name of DO W SETT 4r CO.. is this day, March
; 30, 172. dissolved by mutual coti-ent: either party will sign in
settlement of busirs. (Sianed) J.I. DOWsETT.
mhaoim (Sicneil; SAM'L G. W ILDER.
If (VI C V V IU 1 1 A s K DO F M R . J. I. Miff
11 SETT his Interest in the LUMlit.R RCs-IN r.SS, I hall
carry it on. nt the oi.l stand, under the Eirm name of WILDER
it CO. Offeriujr tJ my f ri- nds and the public, a Complete
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL,
Which will be
SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET RATES!
Thankintr the Public fnr the many acts of Bu-un- courtesy
receive.) f..r manv year. I a-k a continunnee of the :ime fur
tt.e new Una. " (n.hoO lie) SAM'L. ti. WILDER.
,i ... .-.. ... . ..... .........
IU M EN 1' s Jtjtnt of the .Vi
Mutual Life Inturtne Co
of New York for the. Hawaiin Ila:ids. I am ( repare 1 to settle
w th all parties Laving any inmratice business with tlie former
Uf;ei,t. (mli:,0 SAM'L i W11.DEB.
WILXDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DO WSET C Sc CO.
Corner F..rt and yjeen Sts.
Dealers iu Lumber. Paint. Oil. Nail". 5:i!t, and Building
mtjiio Materials, i-f every kind. ly
AGENTS FOR THE
JUKA. ROC ROY,
KINAU, AND HOKULELE.
Freight at fair prices and grxls properly handled.
ml "0 WILDER 4 CO.
i " ; -
STATIONER AND NEWS DEALER,
o. 1! .llcrclisiiil St.. Honolulu.
rm TKII.I.V T EX I KHS II IS TltAXKSTO TDK t'lTIZKXMIF IIONOI.IH AND
H'ii ieut of the UlanJ. lor their Lnrral :Pl-rt .f b.. rflt. to etaM..h a l,u..t.,M gainst Ihoee ,4 long .t.,,J g 1
: urfe r,,.,'.'. Pf " !t"'ti,0 10 u''
It i, w.;h much rl '-tat be now not.ft. the puhl.c ,rri:y. that hi. .ff .rt. here are .upj-.rtrj l . ., by
1t Urgv.-t Ji-a'.ci ill
BOOKS, STATIONERY, NEWS, MUSIC,
Toys and ."Fancy Goods!
AuJ Ihruugfc t'ta the.r tTatioJ.es East, so that all i-rdtr entru.te,l to biro can he drudej upon bring BUed to the best aJran
iai;e iu cvnt anl vjualry.
His Stock on Uainl compriM sa Large arviy of Woods in the Above line s,
Atilhe-illal-.yten.le rtJker,, CIIOICK AKTH LF.S OF STATION KRV Offine or prlT... use a
ciahty. 11 1. AN K KOOKS. 1'Al'EKS. k.N V ELOl'E., AKTlT' I'RAWl.Nll MATERIALf, Ac, 4e., In great rariely
always on ou 1.
THE CIKCIJLATIXG I.TKICAKV
I W ill short'y te increase.1 anj further anargrmrnts nia.le for the st. aly supply of New Hooks as they appear.
N KYV HOOKS OF 1 MEREST will ber.ceived by each Steamer, but lis) rwllrrliwat sf ItsiUMw Vwl
unirw will lK kepi hnud, as bis arr.ngement arw socompl. te lor procurinf ANY WORK IK!IKKDoa h..rt notic.
The News Agency is d complete that Papers and Peruxlicals will be receive.! with a certainly, when there will be nothing
! by any othrr source.
j Latest Novelties in Toys will be frequently reccive.1, and bis aim will be to keep up lully with the times In all bis depart
rnenis 01 nusincss.
The Ute diffioultiesou the OverUm! Route being overcome be guarantees against future delays In completion of orders. ap
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS ! !
C ASTL E c COOKE
JV STEAMER FROM ENGLAND AM) NEW YORK. ALSO, VIA CAFE HORN. PER
WITCH OF THE W A V E, O. U EEN OF THE EAST, AND SVREN.
AND TO ARRIVE PER COMET AND MOSES TAYLOR I
.A. Iiiio .Assortment of
Prints, Light and Dark Colors ; Regatta and Bengal Stripe Prints !
Printed Piquets, Printed Linens, Mock Quilting., American and English fine and medium Long Cloths.
Urr and McNaught's Spool Cotton, Itlurk Itoll Crw. a t' ne assortment of Taylor's Spool Cotton,
loo Silk, black ami colored. In 1-4 and 1 os. reels. Scarlet and Blue Twill Flannels, tllack Ribbon,
Auioskesg Denims, I'nblraehed Cotton., Itlue Drills, Finest Silk Warp, and
All Wool American Flannel, 40, 45 and 64 in. H-4, 10-4 and 12 4 Pleached and I'nl.learhsd
Sheeting, Linen hheetiug, 100 in. wide; Pillow Linen,
Linen Damask, Finest Bleached and t'lihlenclmt 6-4 wide
Colored Damask, H-4 wide. While l inen and Colored Nipklns,
Alpacas, Co burgs and Circsn.ian, in assorted color i
Canton Flannel, Dutc h Tape of all widths. White Crochet, Welting and Knitting Cottons, Java Canvas, Kussia Diaper, 19, 21
an 1 24 iuch ; Linen and Kussia Crah, Huekabuc. Linen, Huekxhue and Cotton Towels. White and Brown Turkish
Towels, Linen Cambric, Ladies' and Gent's fine Linen Cumhric llanilkerrhiefs. Needles. Toilet Hair Pins,
of the very best qualities; Scissors of Kodgers 4 Son's celebrated make of all sites.
ALSO, A FINE ASSORTMT OF SHELF HARDWARE!
Cut Nails. 3d to Go.); '"ut Spikes, Sli-.lge Handles. 24 to 36 in.; Axe, Hoe and Oo Handles,
Paris Plow, Points and sides extra, Whetl Harrows, larpe. medium aud small sizes, English Linseed Oil, boiled aud raw,
llulibiick Co.'s ; Pest English White l.ead and Zinc, Dry Red Lead.
i)ivi:ir s iib:i:osi:ai; 011 n:it c otii;t aaii svki:.y,
And to bo Sold as Low as tho Lowest.
No. 5 Fenee Wire, Hoop Iron, 3-4. 7-S. 1 and I 1-4 inch t A Su-rior Assortment of Kodgi-r At Son's Cutlery, Rest ('rindim!
Sugar, (ialvaniz'd I'ails and Tubs, Paris Plows X I and XO Steel plows. Cultivators, Horse Hoes, Harden line., No. 1 and 2,
Planter's Hoes, American and English makes ; Spades, Shovels, Rakes, lirootnt, Ac, Ac.
And many other Articles, all of which will
O. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
SILVER Tr.A.TJ3r W-ATIJS
Card Matches, Kerosene Oil, Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and 0, with staples; Wheelbarrows,
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three inches; Carriage Pprlngs, Carrine Hardware, Horse Phots, Ilo mo Nails,
Cut Nails, 3.1 to C01 Clinch Nails, Rout Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes, 4 to 8 inches ; SIkja Ijists and Findings,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER I
Prldle and Saddle Ornaments, Mexican Trees and Stirrups,, Marble Wash Ilasins and Fixtures,
A Full Aknoi'I incut of .iiciifcr'M :iml Agricultural Tool.
IIUILDER'S HARDWARE, GALVANIZED TUHS AND I'AILS, Sr.. Alv.
New Uoods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
Drick Store, corner of Fort and King Sts.
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
.ii is.. koim:i: r kycisoft
mmroULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
T to the Pun lie that he has
Opened on Iort Street!
Oppoaile Williams I'uriiiiure Wnre-
Ice Cream Saloon for Ladies !
ICE CREAM, CAKETtEA AND COFFEE !
nl nil hours.
HOT LUNCH DAILY FROM 12 TO 2.
Hopine to be able to meet the requirements of those who
may favor him with their pitr. tujr,
He Invites all to Give Him a Call.
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H. L. CHASE, Proprietor,
THE LOXiKST KSTABLISIIKI) I MOTOhli AI'MKI:
iJIIOTOGKA IMIS TAKEN IN THE LATEST
style and with all the improvements in the art, .nl
ALWAVS ON THE LOWEST TERMS I
FOR SALE Photographs of al' the Kines. Queens, Chiefs and
other important personages.
Al, the Larret A'arlety of Aiew, turd, Stereo-
scopic, Ac , Ac, AT LOW PRICES.
Frinnes, Slereoscdpe.i. etc.. Cheaper than can he
found at any place in the city.
Having all the conveniences for doing out d.ior work,
Views or Residences, &e., will be taken
Better and at Lower Prices than by any other Gallery in
tbe city. II. L. CHASE,
apo ly w w Fort Ptreot.
4'r c"""un" "
be sold at Lowest Rates.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
115 M A R M mi T
Lm W j U n IB I. V HI
ivotici; tojiviiai,i:jii:iv !
THE SLOOP.RIGGED SCO W 7"T"l
will deliver off In the harbor, "
PURE CLEAR SPRING WATER!
to all Whaling Vesst-Is calling here this Spring, at
Twelve and One Half Cents per Barrel !
4000 g Hons can he delivered fr. h frr.m the Pprlnp daily
Order, to be left at the Commercial Market. mh.JO t w-sw
II1111.0 .M V AI1SENCE FROM THIS
M Kingdom Mr. CIIAK. T. til LICK w.ll I my duly au
thorized attorney, ,d will have clurpe of my business.
ii .. JNO. II. THOMPSON.
Honolulu. March Oth, 1H72. ww,tf
PUBLIC NOTICE !
'MIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR-
. liHsed all the C attle r-inrnnir on the (-infliii at.fl all other
Kola Land, of East Maui, hereby (irl,mi person.. ,,,.,
l"-''t y of beu g prM-.e.le, again.t at Uw, from pur. ha.in
dr.vmg or branding any of said rattlis. '
yr The loll.mi,,,; in r reentered brand. ar,-l ZjS
oWtOUrch ,9,Asr2. AK.AJ.
KONSULAT DES DEUTSCHEN REICHS.
A LLEN A US EI.SANS L o f . v . . v v
rbre;l,;,:r::;"',7, '"rru w,r
K . ,'l'lrfl1 K'Miskatier ami an das
K, erliche Kon-ulat ueber n.ittelte. C,r, ular, be, ff. nd "
Convent on TJuTTT-,'' 10 d" Kr"'
",hZi Honolulu, den 22 Man, ld72. 4t
JUST RECEIVED EX MONTANA,
GENUINE MANILA CIGARS I
For Sale by
H. I. XOLTE,
Corner Queen A Nuuanuts
A COOI) IsWISSTsVllSIVT.
1 ' '.T'.y K O XEOPTIIE LA RQ-1
n.o, l' L ""HLIHIIMUNWon Hawaii. 1
n",i,,ln Apply r WALKER i, ALLEN.