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.f III- t un-r li.-oi l!.. r.-l. I., f t, I k. iU II,.- . -nX ,
and Htiu.; d .i.i-..c.i:ui.i n 't at i!i !.-!iy in ht-r Iter
ance. Mr mw t:- t .1 T-. It,! !.- :j-f. t ari-it.f If. ti, ir.e
pcfaenx-c c-f q;r e 1 ir;-- r:rtnli--r ! .. rt itw.i,i...j Iraita
la the br.uthf n Ov.v 4 A i. Wi.tO 1 - f l".t"l dalo received
m TiQfX lite -,.. tr 4 as I m uc pnr.i.ij ! Maple.
Ton o,rW-'l i firm, biit th re ia io alteration in
7 rices l '-(ft tii.tvi-ia i r-, tli;i.-ii; 1. -.h er)Ml,
6d ; -flue y-!low n.uut.r 4;. I ; l.i...U (u.1-.J, t-j. iu rjj J ;
I -flue !! W rt.HLtt.r ; I: tij.-.-.l I i.l It. H'l :
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wool Tt Sew York fiu'rttH X F bniarv 2- th, in an
.editorial co ifi uirri. dxii.uiue ton -ommu iurc of the
. preaeni high price, in vnw of the Urt that the imports tf f r-
rr lho a aleadr Increase. i.otvr:lh.Cu..liiie Ihe r-oort. ofan
waiuin jr in Hie primary iurk--i. r roui JAfiUiiry
! to r'tl-rujrjr IwH, Ihe im-ri .f t un V.jJ n.Nc rk
O.OU bairn, Kuul 4.-ai ab-a lli anir lime in lTl.
la BijMoo, lurkruc lb unit; iM'-rv.tL. tli impttra wrre 7.i
bain ra lhan Ut y-:ir, h a i-i Kiin l-.r Lti.a year '(Z.-
ra'. f r b-.ili -.rl. Iruri-r Lite cC '.uiy ur haw-d
Urj'.fy in the 00.4I nnrk4, I ul tac Jr.3 on Australia.
Vint balra txjot aiiii-pnl in IKY-eiuU r fr-in ylni- fo w
or k, with clhrr tjta n lAmw. W if a f l-r-nre lt a d. niv-i.ey
In the u(p!y frxn liuer.i Aj r, lh- ft utlttm aaj the itr i.i
there, fmm NoTemhrr I :t j'jacuiry 13ih, rre 51.2iO,000
Maibat (W) f? f-r t!i- .uu? Itine in the previoua aauxjn.
while the atork cn barvt and una-I-J ia Ike I3:h January, n
U2 lU.it n. In) tf,, jnt fi.rj.ll lt. on the aiune .Ul in 1S71.
Id Ureal Bri'atn, tk iin;mrt f r Janu try sere 3i,U I.WiO K
AKkinat 17.7'i X f r t'i aame r .th laal )tar. I tic
abu facta e-jfiflwl aoineabat with the report t'f a general
kv- acarciiy, 00 wait n tiie preM-ut a.ta f.rirw ir- wo-i. ihe
rU. tlana-er MtaT lo he aLtttrehrrMlti Li ovt-r i.rttilai li.to. TLe An'.
fi cuora.l m tlu; "ine ihii. U cauiu i that if, at the
A9 l'r ate-.-aral n( in Itu yean, vrx4f r.wrra ttie world over bare
tiond if lo tbuir arulaKe I j iuiu:rut.ly Lucreaw: Iheir pru
alucl aa tkfjr CKiUuuiy lie ! (.; ireaent 11. lifted valu-r
tle article moat cimuk aui h ait uacn-ae t4 rn-M aa will
nerrsaliate a ruinuwa rcvtii in i-ricca. Tb. reu!itm ia only
a waiter of linv, ax.4 bvlinovea tr.'we tlir-rily int--rt-.ird t-
keep a keen ltiok.Mii on the aina f ike tiiuea." rWiple lota of
the California aj.rin l;p are at haoJ an-1 Cunjiuoieuts wiU
oca birin to e..m
POUT OP HONOLULU, II. I.
April Hrhr War irk, j Aa Bull, frvm rukoo, Moiokai.
Ht kt I'rinre, Wrat, from Krna and Kau, Hawaii.
A fchr Waitia, AU)ai, from Watalua.
6 e'ehr Kinau. Adacia, from Mal.ko, Maui.
H Cloop Lire Yank-, Clark, frvri liaxia, Maui.
9 hr Annie, KcUl, from Hilo, llawaj.
y Am atrur .Nebraska, llirdiitf, lb liaya from Auck
land. O A-fir Ka Moi, Daria-, from Kaliului, Maui.
9 Frenrh frisjte La Flore, Admiral de Lapelin, 17
daya from TahtU.
. 0 Am arhr C M Ward, Bickman, 31 daya from IIow
10 Srhr l.uka, K.tal, (mm I.ahaina. M.iui.
IV Scbr Paualii. UeyaobJa, from Lahaina, Mul.
10 Schr O.ld Fellow. Jim, from llilo, Hawaii.
1J Slir Mavwkawai. Anakalnt. Im MawiUwili. Kaoal.
Ill Sichr Mary Kllen, Jim, from Kohala. Hawaii.
11 rVhrO-U Fellow, Jim. from llilo, Hawaii.
11 Kt hr Mui Kcii.1, Green, from Kahului, Maul.
1J ichr W aiola, ALiai, f oin Kalaupapa, Moiokai.
i 'Hckt NeWie Merrill, C'rane.lroui l.ahama. Maui.
12 Kchr llol ulfl.-, Ahuihala. fruui Moiokai.
1.) Mcfcr Keoni Anal-ikeke, from Anahola, Kauai.
IEI ART LICKS.
April -tm wh ablp Marengo, Darn. a. to rruise.
4 Hrdr Fairy Wueen, Ka.iina, f tr llanalei. Kauai.
8 rSrhr iSetlic Merrill. Crane, f r l-almtna, Maui,
g . hr Prince, Weat, for K'.na and Kau, Hawaii.
9 rtchr Kinau, A Luna, for Maliko, Maui.
9 Schr Junnita, Uudoil, for Kaunakakai, MolokaL
9 rw-hr Waiola. Alapai, for Kalauapa, Moiokai.
V ricur Warwick, Julio Bull, lur Kauankak-ii, MokAai.
9 Hchr Jenny, llurna, for Koloa ami Waimea, Kauai.
1U Hchr Annie, Keoki, for Kanuakuea, Hawaii.
10 Am wh ihip Jithine, Long, to cruiae.
10 Am ok tn Jane A Falkktburg, Cat. .cart, for Port-
11 Htmr Kdaaea. Mc-Cr tor. for Kauai.
l l-hr Ka Moi. Havi. for Knhului, Maui.
11 Schr Kld Fellow, Jim, for llilo, Hawaii.
12 :hr lialtie, Kaauul, tor llilo.
li telir Munokiwai, Anakalea, for Nawiliwili, KauaL
1J Kchr Mary LlW-n. Jim, for Kohala, Hawaii,
li Pchr Paualii, Reynolila, for Lahaina, Maui,
li fxur Mui Keiki, Green, lur KatiuluJ, Jlaui.
VESUS IX I'OBT.
II I R M'a ateam funbont Tunjtia, G rFgoevaah.
II B M'a ateam rorrette Scout, R P Calor.
FreocJa frigate La Flore, Admiral de Laelin.
Aa wb bk Naatilua, Smith.
" . . MERCH INTUKX.
Am atmr Nebraaka, Harili.na:, ditchar;ine; up lur New Zealand.
Bril ahip Uerwoakire, W altera, to be aold al auction.
Am ahip Hyren, Joiinaon, l-adii;r.
Haw bk loUru, Itopea, re pairing for a rratae North.
Am brig lleaperian, Wilkinaon. ilicharrii g.
Ant arhr C M W'anl. Rirkman, discbarging.
liaw bk Qoeen Emma, Gclett.
RirotTor riTcavaHir Ncitittt l-eft Honolulu, Feb.
17m. al e45 A. M. Arrived at Auckland March 3d, at 3 P. M.
fm IkmK.k 1.1 AtKtauiU H.k Sth, .
1-44 A. arrived at Napi-r, Marrh 6th, left same day for
Wellington, arriving 00 the th, left same day lor Lyttelton,
arriving on the 8th. making; the quickest nut on record, via.,
14 ;.oor. Left same day for Port Chalmera, arriving March
10, left Port Chalmera Marrh lath, lor Honolulu via Auckland
and way porta, with freight, maila ami Mia-enera, arriving al
Aarkland 3 liava behind schedule time, the mail steamer from
Melhoome having been detained one day by order of Postmas
ter GeneraL J. V. g-l, Esq.. then in Slelbourne, accompanied
by Mr. Webb, in order to afford lime to execute the contract
for the California mail service, made J -intly between Victoria,
New Zealand ant Menrs. Webb A; llolladay, befre the depar
lare of Mr. Webb for tittn Francisco. The mail a learner was
alao 9 daya b-hind time on account of heavy weather between
Sydney am! Auckland. Le t in port at Auckland, bark Ka
Moi. tnat arriveil from Honolnhu
March Soth, met H rt Nevwla, boarded ber and exrhanjred
papera. etc., baarnint; CroiN her that Commander K. VV. JU-a.le,
of the L. H. e. n. NarraXMuwelt, had mmle a formal treaty with
the Kins; and principal chiefs of the Navigators Islamfa, and
the V. . Government, (taut tr. aty being excluidve In Etvorof
the I'. H tfc.vemiiw-tit) of using the harbor of Pago-fjavk tr a
coaling atalioo, t.r tje Caliloruia M. ri. S. Line. Capt. Meade
preaente.1 the Klnir with a very h.tn.latmie da?, which waa
hoisted an saluted by tlie N Arrar in--lt. The Nebraxkt
briairv a rail carg of w l arul rJx 'i through paaarg jr .
Arrived at ll Hit.iuiu Apr. I VI h. nave bad alrong wliuia' auf
heavy nea.1 aeit tla whok; trip. K- W. La IKE, rurser.
FaoM Genu lit Las dm Per C M. Ward. April 10 15 bbla
and 3 bxs old Copper, 1)7 empty I his, 1 coudeuser boiler to C
A WilluMi a Co.
Faow IlLwaoLDT Per R W. Woml, April 1050,000 ft
Flooring. 9i,'j ft Surface, SO.lUt ft Siding. P.3.3 fl Ballens,
ll.Ooo a Tiintter. 20.200 ft rough Utauds, '1,601 fl Picket lo
II IlaekMd A. Co.
To Koto Per Jenny, April OihWC Parke, an.1 10 deck
rTtov K ihi n 1 Per Ka Mh, April uth C S Silva and
Ivwi. A P Jones, Mr Challcme! and son. and IS deck. -
Ktrat-Per KiUuu. April lllh 1 K Fyfc, Rev J F
Pot, and 30 deck.
Foe KaHti.i 1 Per Ka Moi, April lllh W Uarnbam,
CAlis Voojiir, and 6 deck.
Fao j ouio laLasDs P r C. M. Ward, April 10th : W
II Johnson, aasiatant ; J J Grawm, caritenter, and 20 native
r Fids. ActH Per 8 8 Nebraaka, April 9th 1 Mm
f I Ilatchiann, V Knox. J linwn, Mr am! Mrs Pe Maaserano and
i ' 3 children 55 pk freight.
I i DIED.
Gacssa In Ilonolotti. Hawaiian Island. f coosumpiion,
ca the 4th day ot" April. ISsjI. CaaaLSs Gbi-bbb, a naturalized
citiaen of the United citales, formerly vf Bavaria, anl late of
San Fraaciaco, California.
Eswaa At liana, Vast Maul. April 4th by drowning while
'crowing a stream during a frenhet. Dr. II. lleras, a native of
Havana, Germany, aged about 30 years.
I . Carus lo Honolulu, April 8th. of general debility, Ilcr
mano Captan, a naiive of Itavaria, ISermany.
Ia this city, April Sib, to the wife cf Capt. E. I. Crane, a
Vi Vxi-ul lor l'ranet!
The following appeal from His Lordship the Roman !
Catholic Bishop f these Islands, has been banded j
ns for insertion in cur columns, lo those of our
readers who do net read French, it will be proper to
explain, that the appeal is in substance to the effect
that a subscription Jias been opened ia France for
tbe deliverance of the territory from the occupation
f German troops, by aiding in paying off the debt,
and that, appealing to the patriotism of his country
men. Bishop MaigTut informs them that he is charged
with the duty of receiving and accounting fr their
contribution! in aid of this national object :
HONOLULU, 8 Avril 1S72.
Aux Frantais le
IA rchipel Sandwich.
Chers tmpatnotes et amis
.-i change sou3cription Sest OUVerte en France life of this nation. and aa a result we mark a t"r natural insISmnennce, tnar. we rtmi.y icti , . . . i POLICY AND RISK ACCOUNT.
Jv p.. i. ti.;i;vnrp ihi tprritnirp ntiWriinpnt mn.i;t;n ..r tifl'.ir. i.ii..tt;n ni.l .lpm,l..n ! a'hainel to approach the subject. We have i -rapeeie, J.mu, on me ;a oi oepiemoer, ; Policies ijsuej Dd rntored JariuK mmbkr. a..ist
U Brrerore leS troupes AUemandes. Cetle SOUS- in evcrtlong that makes a .nation. All history, i heretofore expressed our views quite fully on the I Jn R f m cf f o 0r,uaoualr.. ! The amounlVnVuVnVuViitioo.oWi crater than in i7o.
llhop AfiDtion. d'aprt'3 les joarnailX que je lis, est ancient or modern, tells tho sauiestory. Liberty ' crooked and disingenuous j-oliiy pursued by our ! ' ' " ; j"1" o.oci w
V uL"hn no peut plus popubire, ct je Ia vois
w partout encouragce ei pairuncc. its
Jprdrntere heure, Jans la il!ede Reims,
cinq personnes a elles seules ont fait un
i versement de 1,400,000 francs. Nul doute
j qu'on ne puisse de cette ma nicre liquider
en ires pen ue lemps i wmuw
. 1 . 1 .IneielpAflCQ
qui, a ia suue u unc uiiic ui5in.u,
a 5tS imposee a notre malheureux pays
a etc lulIKlsLvj a. nunc iiidiiicunua '"J"
est du devoir de tout frangais, Il'iraporte
il trouve . de s'associer a cette
bonne ceutre selon toute la mesure qu'il
lui sera possible. Nous sommes lK?u
nombreui dans ces lies, mais nous y
avons des amis qui se feront un plaisit de
nous enir en aide. , , .
.Je me chargerai volontiers de faire
. , l .l'on rondrn rr.Tnnfp
- parvenir largenv " .w.-..
j r Voire lout devnue
Loris Ev. d'Arathie
J . Vic Ap. des lies Sandwich,
SITIL'DA V. APRIL 13.
The Constitution Tho Decree.
Wp conclude, with this i-sue, our conijiarative
i-vir-v of the pro ii n of the ( 'oiistittiti ,n of
' 1 .VV? :i II. ! t'.f 1 ). i-.- lit'
Annie IAl if the onstittition of ls.2rrj-
, vidc-d that the lgi.-d.tture i-lmiU nutt annuallv ;
( , i - - n it- i "
i the I Tte of Ifi04 :IV- t II Ul 1 1 V . C liUVC
in a 'rc-i'iis nuiiil-i-r i-h"W"ii t.'ic annual
nui-tin wa. the hotfr j Lin.
Article I-XVI, the I-i.-!ature jowcr to
punNh its own rncmer for o-n tempt, etc. The
proviaionn ol tj.c J)ecree are of the kuih; import,
but a clause is intr.lu.-ed intended for the intim-
idati'.n of new-p:i.-r publisher;. For with a
Majority tlways at their disjiosal, the Ministry
may easily in9ict j.uni-hiiient urn members of
tl. r.r.. u-lni fiw in.i ki i f?i--ir-tit Iv a.-i uv.ti I) .1.. tt .
"v f - ' ' - ' . . " . .- v . uittirtv - J
Article LXXII linutcd the number of the
Noble to thirty. The Decn makes a seemingly
reiuarkable eon.-es.-ion to the y-'ple, by limiting
' the numlcr to twenty ; but with only one Chamber,
j tflC Ministers Will afford to tbrow off ten, and
i ., . i ? i i . . -n
then leave the opie Vj carry a weight that kills.
Article LXXVII stated the personal qualifica
tion of Representatives essentially tle name with
Article LXI of the Decree; but the latter pro
vides also a property qualification ijuite insig
nificant in amount, it is true, but a mischievous
provision of the Decree reads 44 The property
j qualification of the Representatives of the jieople
and of tho electors may be increased by law."
It cannot he diminished in the interests of the
people, but it may be increased at any time when
the aristocracy may desire to narrow the circle
from which electors and Representatives may
Article LXXV1I1, made tho personal qualifica
tione of electors tie same ns conditioned for by
the Decree, but the latter adds a property quali
fication and provider) for a registry of voters.
The coniuieiits on the preceding article are appli
cable to this.
Article LXX1X, provided that all bills or
resolves for raising the revenue, or calling for
cxjicnditurc of the public money, thall originate
in tho House of Representatives. The Decree
nays, 44 The Legislature votes the appropriations
We trust that no nttempt w ill be made by any
xwcr outride the Legislature to 44 raise revenue "
because the letter of the Decree makes no pro
vision iu reppect to it. Once, the people pos
sessed the power to Mock the wheels of (Jovcrn
ment by refusing to vote the supplies, and thus
a bad or unpopular Ministry could be made to
resign ; now. the Ministers may laugh at the
Legislature that theoretically 44 votes the appro
priations," and issne Hotel Bonds, divert fpecific
appropriations, and do as tbey please, and
44 what are you going to do alout?"
Article LXXXIII, provided for a Chief Justice
and two A-sooIates who might be impetc'ied and
removed by a concurrent resolution of both
branches of the Legislature. The Decree pro
vides for a Chief Justice and not less than two
Associates, but says that they may be removed
for good cause shown to the satisfaction of the
King on a resolution passed by two-thirds of the
one Chamber Legislative Assembly. We have
before enlarged upon the subject of this encroach
ment, by which the only bulwark between p-eople
and King is mined, and may be destroyed at any
Article LXXXVI, provided for Courts of ini
pcachmcnt, in much tho same manner as provided
for by the Decree, but with the very important
addition that the King appoints a person to pre
side over a Court of impeachment when the Chief
Justice shall be on trial. We have already
6bown how this might work.
Article LXXXV11I, allowed the King, His
Minii-tere, the (overnor. and each branch of the
Legislature, authority to obtain from the Justices
of the Supreme Court opinions on questions of
law. ' The Decree does not accord this privilege
Article LXXXIX, provided that 44 The King,
by and with tho advice of his Privy Council,
appoints the Justices of the Supreme Court, and
all other Courts of Record.' The Decree says
the King alone lias the power. The Privy
Council, though generally tractable, might prove
treacherous, so their sting is extracted.
Article LXXXXI, said 4 In order that the
people may not suffer from long continuance in
place of any District Justice who shall fail of
discharging the important duties of his omce with
ability and fidelity, all commissions of District
Justices shall expire and become void in the term
of two years from their lesjiective dates."
The Decree makes no such provision, and we may
infer that if the District Justice remains true to
tho interests of his creator, the . interests of tlc
people may sufl'cr.
It was ossiblc to alter or amend the Constitu
tion of 1852, after tle lapse of ono year; the
Decree requires two.
After carefully residing over these our exposi
tions of the changes wrought by tlie conspirators
of 18G4, we ask our readers if they are piepared
to say Amen to the provisions of the Decree, and
grow eulogistic over the beauties of Constitu
tional monarchy as exemplified by the working of
What say you, gentlemen of the jury are the
conspirators guilty or not : guilty of treason
agaiiLt the people?
Centripetal vs. Centrifugal.
The policy of the Hawaiian (overnmcnt since
1SG4, has in it.-? working and results been centrip
etal. C'entralii.'ation has been the Ministerial
shibboleth, and aj has been shown by the com
parative view of the Constitution and the Decree,
all the power of appointments and legislation
has been retained within the circle of the
Cabinet. Liberty Im lecti withdrawn from the
masses that liberty that was S3 evenly flowing
and marked by such beneficent results, the very j
is to a people what t!c circulatK.n of tho blood is
to the human frame. Tut a pressure upon the
principal arteries that supply the estrcmities of
ia to a re.-r'e w!:at t! circulatK.n of tho blood is i -Hinistry in tneir negotiations wim .ur. v ei0 ; Annuities. (Annual,; w
the human system with Li.d, ui.d a a result we at tne sentiments ol tne government Lad unuer
shall eooncr or later have the iun-overbhrd brain gone somewhat of a change in regard to the
and inert limbs, incapable or plan or action, and in
time, unless the pressure is removed, paralysis of
the faculties, decay, and death will ensue ; but,
before it i- too late remove the obstruction, and
the life-stream again finds its way along the ac
customed channels, and once more there is life
and vigor where death seemed inevitable.
So with tha body politic. Cut o3" or restrict
the flow of liberty once enjoyed by a people, and
you mav nay J0i must mark the bame results,
manifested iu the apathy and stagnation of inter
est ; tlie decay of trade ; the flagging of enterprise ;
the accumulation of capital, that for lack of
employment leaves the State
The Constitution "f 1 " '- coiiuiifiiced witli the ;
statement that GA hath cm.te.3 all iaen free
anJ equal," and the oiiiiiun of this truUtn in
the Peeree of lGt, the key to the l"liey
ftK-oiiii-J hv the eiiji-.irators of t!ie hitter a-ri.l.
Ksi-eKenoy, the late 11. C. Wjllie, tlieii Min-
irU-r of I'ur-rign Iltlatiwns, anJ the (iviTiiment
new.-aj er organ of the 1 triod, had fur some tinie
been untiling in their effjrts to convince the
public tliat t!ie iKiwjle haJ to much liberty."
Nothing c--ul 1 be mure unfjtin.led than euch an
at-uaiption, ani it originated hiiujly in an
educate.! bias against liberal institutions, a child-
ieh veneration for the divine right of kings, and a
dread of democratic tendances, that pr ijicrly
a tart aire. We may tafelv chal-
lenge any one to prove that the liberty c r.joyed
bv the Hawaiian people under the Constitutions
of 1840 and 1852 had by any mtans degenerated
. into licence ; while on the other hand we believe
that any one, conversant with our history, will
, admit that the liberty assumed by the conspira-
, tors has indeed become license.
A new era, that shall show the reverse of our .
I T.IifiirA. wl.f-n our covemniental rolicv shall be a i
, J'- w 1 . . . . . nv I J
centrifugal instead of a centripetal one in its
effects, is not to be hoped for, unless the restric-
tions upon liberty are removed. Shall they be ?
Our readers must each for himself answer this
question, after deliberate and mature eonsidera
tion. It is a vital one to King and subject.
A New Judgeship.
Our llilo correspondent refers to a rumor to
the effect that it is proposed to commission
another judge of the Supreme Court, to reside
and rxercise jurisdiction on the Island of Hawaii.
The project is not a new one, as we remember
having heard it discussed among members of the
I bar on previous occasions, and generally with
ajproval. There are many sound reasons why
the creation of such a judgeship would be highly
advantageous for the best interests of the im
portant Island of Hawaii, and there is nothing in
the fundamental law of the Kingdom which for
bids or circumscribes an increase in the number
of Justices of the Supreme Court. The opening
clause of Article 05 of the Constitution reads
44 The Supreme Court shall consist of a Chief
Justice, and not less than two Associate Justices, j
any of whom may hold the Court." They are,
by Article 71, appointed by the King. The only
obstacle which may be found to the filling of such
an office, if ereated, is to be expected in the
scarcity of material of a suitable sort. That
men can be found in sufficient numbers to choose
' from who would in every respect come up to the
qualifications demanded and expected by the
Ministerial advisers of the Crown, may be ad
mitted, but wo apprehend that it by no means
follows that the choice of n Judge by the Ruling
Genius would be the choice of the people, or
would secure the right man in the right place "
or, to quote from our correspondent that he
would be 44 iv man learned, 4 full of equity,
noble, notable ; iu the procesj.es of his life, inno
cent ; in the passages of State, wise ; in affection
of his country, religious ; in all his services to the
King, fortunate and exploring ; such a man ns
envy itself cannot accuse nor malice vitiate.' "
The Australian Line.
The 6teamcr from New Zealand on Tuesday
morning last brought news of an eminently satis
factory nature, to the e fleet that the Government
of the important Australian Colony of Victoria,
has in conjunction with that of New Zealand,
signed the preliminaries of a contract to perma
nently subsidize the present line of mail steamers
to San Francisco. We say the news is of an
eminently satisfactory nature, because it ensures
the continuance of the line, and that fact once
established, the rapid growth of an immense
commerce between America and the Colonics of
the Southern Hemisphere is sure to follow. This
result Mr. Webb (who arrived ou tlie i'ilrasfia
ufter his protracted visit to New Zealaud and
Australia) has alwayB had in view, in his nego
tiations for the establishment of his line, and
now that his arduous endeavors are assured of a
successful result, he will undoubtedly be entitled
to and receive tlie gratitude of both nations. It i
required just euch a man of enlarged views,
keen foresight, calm persistency and indomitable
energy, to overcome the obstacles, tide over the i
vexatious delays, and reconcile the opposing iu -
tcrcsts of rival communities, that were to be met
with in this undertaking. But the grand object
in view, to open up the commerce of the Pacific,
and to direct its rich Btreaui through the (Joldcn
(Jate across the American Continent, was cer
tainly an inspiring one.
New Zealand, represented in the person of the
leading man of its ministry, Mr. Vogel, has ap-:
predated from the first the vast importance of j
the California route, and to that colony belongs j
the credit of having by its liberal course greatly j
assisted and influenced the establishment of the ;
line. The enterprising citizens of the magnificent I
city of Melbourne, eagerly hailed the project of
steam communication with California, and the j
Government, in the person of the Prime Miuistcr j
Mr. Duffy, is firmly pledged to curry the contract j
, t i- t. mm c ai '
through Parliament. Ihe precise terms of tlie;
. , e ,u . I
contract are, by the request of the ictorian j
Government, to remain a secret until after the j
Parliament meets, but they wero understood to !
be such that there was little doubt of New South j
Wales and Queensland coming into the arrange- j
-.-4, e o
mcnt. South and West Australia must iu time !
From the East, our latest telegrams informed
tid that in lth Houses of the American Congress,
I Ml a s
a uiu was to oe rejwrieu, granting a eut'iiy to
the Australian line of GOO.OOU per annum, and
there wad no doubt entertained as to its passage.
Thus from all quarters the evidences areeumu-
lativc that the San Francisco, Xew Zealand and
Australian line i. n fixed fact, and that through
its means a new aud jtrosjieroua era is approach
ing for the development of the commerce and the
industrial i.ursuits of the two hemispheres the
x. ., , it
Xorth and the South.
Dut what of these Islands? Tlie course pursued
i heretofore by tliis government in relation to the
line it. question, has Wh so calculated to belittle
Ud iu the eves ufuur Colonial friends beyond even
! Ministry in their negotiations with Mr. Webb i
j nn 1113 agents, ana it is unnecessary to repeat
j thcTa- ,l WJU 6tateJ moreover quite recently,!
laying of the subsidy as provided by law, to Mr. j
j Webb's line, and that they had made propositions !
having in view the making of that payment, lor ;
. i . , ,
the purpose of considering such propositions, we ;
! understand that Mr. Webb had an interview with
j the Cabinet on Wednesday last. i
As soon as we receive definite information as !
i to the conclusions arrived nt bv the contracting
j parties, we shall lay the particulars before our .
We are informed that two additional Crst-cktss '.
boats will be put on the line nt once, making '
four in all, which will run through to the south- j
em terminus, without breaking cargo or trans- i
ft-rring p:isseiigcrr' at thn jrt as at j rc.-cnt.
I Consejuent upon .1 jnuanent eetablisLinent
; of this liue will te ? very lare inerea.e in the
travel to Korujo o.-r this rouu?. The jouriiey
! ariil t!ie wurM 1 a instantly through new
! :n..l womlerJul h . i.e, w !-it j.urtu-.! a'ns the
wide ami generally Taniiiil 1'aciSo, over the
great Ai leriean Cit'r!eiit by rail, by ocean
; palaces to England, mJ thence on the return by
J rail through Europe '-J the P. i 0. line
among Indian tc.-nea lack to the starting point,
: This fjr uiany rea- wiU bccoiue the favorite
j route for pleasure takers and eight eeers, aside
; from its great conmercial advantages,
j The telegraph wis mst follow the steamship
j over or rather und'- thi
wide Pacific. The
; time is not distant when we shall look for the
' reaiizatijn of Mr. Field's project (in which we
; are informed Mr. Velib is interested) by which
lines of eubmariie cables will stretch from San
Franciscj to Japau ind to New Zoaland and
j Australia, intersecting at Ilenolulu, and touching
at the Fiji.", Navigat.rs' and New Caledonia.
A RFJfARK that wai made by one of the speakers
j at the meeting of subscribers to the Queen's
iogr,itai runi ou Saturday last, was one that is
j particular eUggestiv;. It was to the cflect that
j .l;, ,- Mm..r nrW.t nf
Ot."v-. ..ou.tv. 1
inviting public comptition by tenders for supplies Wajron and farr,a?e BDl1dr, 7i and 76 Kin- St.,
tO be furnished tO pibliC institutions, nothing of ; onoIulu. (1,e Ulaud order promptly ektcuted.
the sort is ever herd of here. No argument is w . c i m rrnN MARKFI7!
required to demonsrate the propriety of adopting ; .01 hoLTt t iftx? E? Hatcher..
the Course intimaed. If SUCh a Sy6tem were 1 ii Nouanu Street, next to Lore's Steam Bakery, are pre
, it , e 1 . . 1 1 a- . i pared to supply Beef. Mutton, Veal and Lamb, at all hours,
honestly and fairlyput in practice in the diBerent on th m,Mt reaionaMe terms, a tUareof patronage toiioted.
departments of th Government, and more espec- j aP13 3:u
ially in that of the Interior, in the procuring of j PAIVKE & IlaC AL.OII A,
supplies and mateial necessary for carrying on j PAINTING !
the different public-works of the Government, all i
. ... ... - . r...:.s.. v-! HOTEL STREET,
suspicion 01 uniaiiiess uuu uivomieui wouiu oc
disarmed, and we hould no more hear disreputa
ble stories of the toings of 44 rings," which on a
small scale Bavors f New York corruption. But
so long as the preent system of patronage con
tinues, though we do not care to place on record
all we are compelled to hear about its workings,
it is nevertheless oy its very nature, open to a
suspicion of unfair.itss, to say the leaEt, which is
eminently damaging to all concerned.
Tlic IJiyslcUiiisi Report of tlie
The followins reiort was made by R. McKibbin,
' Jr., M. I), to the Dard of Trustees of the Queen's j
Qlkkx' IIosimtal. March 21st, 1872.
To the Trustees Jf the Queen's Hospital: Gen
tleman : I have tb honor to submit the following
report for the Quar;r, ending March L'lst:
Luring this perid a larger number of applicants
have sought admisiou into the Hospital, and dis
pensary relief, thai iu any like term since I have
The total n u rube of tbe patients in tbe Hospital at
'present ia 65, viz. 123 moles and l'J females, (Ha
waiians,) and 13 freigners (4 paying). The num
ber of admissions i'J, agaiust 02 and 49 of the two
previous Quarters of these 6 were males, and 83
females. Two hudied and seventy-nine new names
have been entered n the Looks, against 1C7 and 132;
and 1,'JlS piescripious made up against 1,370 and
1,10.1, of the prbious Quarters, discharged 72,
viz.: 4'J males aul Hi females. The greatest number
of indoor patienti vas 02, and the smallest 45. The
deaths have bee no natives and 3 foreigners ; of these
5 were males am 3 females 2 from pulmonary con
sumption, 2 froi fever, 1 from Bright's disease of
the kidneys, 1 fum ulceration of intestiues, 1 from
hemtuorrhage pulmonary), and 1 from chronic
diarrhea. Seveal of these cases were brought by
their friends wien Leyoud all hope of recovery, and
succumbed shrtly afterwards.
Mr. T. Toi (Purveyor), continues to give me
every 8atisfa.tiou, and appears to get on very well,
botli witu tlo -ntivcs auU lureigners.
.JsBEKT McKlBBIN, Jr., M. D.,
: ! Surgeon to the Queen's Hospital
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEA
CIIAS. DERU' -
Under tho Patronage of
HIS MAJESTY THE KI NC.
! Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
First Perforninca This Saturday Even'g,
APRIL 1 Hi.
XT For part icu iri gee bills of the dsy.
13" Koserved Sits secured at the Hawaiian Hotel.
LclClieS iCQ 03.1. OcllOOn
GENTLFH EX'S LUNCH ROOM !
Opened Oil Fort Street !
Opposite Wiiii.ttu. Puruiiure Ware-
t . - . .
Ico Crean Saloon for Ladies!
ICE CREAM CAKE, TEA AND COFFEE !
m till hour.
hot I.CNvll HAII.V FROM 12 TO 2.
. . , . , . ."7771 . ', , .
llopinfr to lie mle to meet the requirements of those who
may favor him wia their patronage,
He InviJes all to Give Him a Call.
Practiial Plumber, Fort Street, next
tl-or to the Uovirnuient Yard.
ti , . . t,, .. i. . ,,i.ii.,iii
"-o-eor - ,.p ..o,k .ooo-.j .o.
"" J" f g T Tal f
IIE AlMINISTRATIOX OF
l.e NAVY' will
rAj jj( TrunSDOTt VeS.SC'l '
I 222u-- I j
; belonging to theFRKNCH NAVY, called the j
fc h II 12 V HZ 1st T ! ' '
1 ticaso Tun Mrxurriurni.
This ship i. -.i; adapted fr a WHALER, a. well a,
f - AUB4.1.Ii IJLaWaU AAlYli riaAVJa A JL
OllSBIlCESlOrSl I lOIl
All Those Interested in the
CELEBIATION of JUNE lltb, 1
C0MMEM3RATI0N OF KAMEHAMEHA I, j
Are requested to meet at the
ON MJNDA a LVE.V'u', AI'Klb lo.
At half-past seven o'clock.
MITUI'.t-MK.MIIKIts Or1 I'KO-
"iJT"x TkCTION Ji'MiK Ll'i'Hl Oi. o. 1, r
tfe-1G r-iii-teJ t oiivt t ttf.r lut-ir-s, I iiwu :r'i
ai tlii (AIl lil'AV ) i't ri.t..n, to Ut iwt l-t.l."
It I'erOrJrr, t. J. IMi.-l LM X. Jr., .v.
S3.C00 TO LEND.
KKU. Kill . Applr
It M. ! A.M.I.Y. S.U-;
Ol'R AIM Til K I't HLIf GtOI."
g i:ad i:.t"iTi:ta i-:.t
KV HAWAIIAN HOTEL! i
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 18th!
UIVKS 15 V
Mechanic Engine Comp'y No. 2
IX AID OF THE COMPANY FUND.
TICKETS ADMITTING GENTLEMAN & LADY, 2.JO.
tr Panel nr at 8 o'ejock.
ComiiUrt of Arrangt-m. nt J. W. Mguire, W. Lore, 3.
Et-ine. Jas. Luncao, Ki't ausi
tT T1CKKT? to be had at Dr. E. Hoffmann' Dru Store,
H. M. Whitney's IVcklere. Thoa. O. Thram'a fireulatin.
Library, and at the Hotel, aud the members of the Cotuin.Uee.
1-I'RIXC; MV ABSENCE FROM
MJ Kingdom. S. B. POL
.K, rag., it authorn -J to act at my
Attorney and to collect all d. bit due me, and to pay all out
standing accent against me.
apl3 4l C.F.NICHOLS.
M. BEN Fl ELD.
HAVING OPENED THEIR SHOP ON THE
above street, are prepared to do all manner of work in
their line of business. Charges reasonable, and all work done
with rjealuetis and dispatch. aplJ 2t
DVriXx.o lata. tlxoPiold Agnlu
Has Opened a IMI.T SHOP on Kaaouraaou Street !
VEXT DOOR TO P. A. SCII AEPER At CO.,
Il where he is prepared to do all kinds of Ornamental, Fancy
and House Painting, Paper Hauling, Ac. The Public are re
quested to give him a call. apl3 tf.
POUND NOTICE !
rs. THERE ARE AT THE GOV!
Lee-, MENT POUND, Pauoa, this day, tbe f
T'- animals : 1 lilack Heifer, brand left hip,
- 1 v JxO. ri!ht hip. It A 3 1 lilack Heifer, h
THERE ARE AT THE GOVERN.
A J and
etit l.rnri left hln. U D. 1 Calico Heifer, brand ricbt hiu. 11
belonging to Kiki. a Portuguese. P. kaaiahl a,
Pauoa, April li, lSii. (It"J rounq 31 aster.
PIANO FOE SALE !
A GOOUTOVEO. A N I COM PAR A-
tively new one. To be neen at P. G. til" I. ICR'S,
near t'uuahou particulars to le obtained of T. W. Gulick, at
Dr. WHITNEY'S UFFICR, Merchant Street. apu 1111"
FIREWOOD for S A 1-12 !
FIREWOOD ON HAND,
AND FOR SALE BY
apl3 3m THIBET &. SORENSON.
AHSENCE FROM THIS
lie RING MV
Kingdom Mr. CH A3. T. OL'LICK will I ray duly au
thorized attorney, and will have ch upe of my business.
JNO. U. THOMPSON.
Honolulu, March 6th, 1372. w-w apfl tf
STATEMENT OF THE
MUTUAL LIFE IBiCB
OF NEW YORK, 144 and 146 Broadway.
For the Vrnr Enilinu Dec. 31,1871.
F. S. Winston, - - President.
Net'Asset, January 1st, 1S71 $12,382,41" 60
"KkCEIPTS Dl'RINO THB YEAR :
For Premiums J12.fir.fi.090 19
For Interest and Kenta.. 2.W0S ti& 63 15,566.644 77
To POLICY HOLDERS t
atli $2,34U.OU4 40
44, Too 04
For Matured Kndow-
! men;s 47.500 00
i For Additions...... 15.611165
j or Cash Dividends 3,306,495 12
For Annuities and
! furrendercd Policies 1,201,541 60 $7,458,800 97
Conimisaioiis lo agents, 691,476 63
Kxchaiiire and (Milage, 65.t7 25
A.lvertmii)( 21,63S 63
Snl;u ies 22S.69I 04
Medical Fees OU.liS 67
Uw 29,409 o3
I'rititmir ami Statione
ry, nd tuiitlry ex
penses 116,561 23 $1,113,499 19
Amount I'hid to diHirent hlatcs.
111,191 00 8,CS3,49116 I
$49 261,571 17
SUM MAR V OF INVESTMENTS.
1. Bonds and MortCMijea on property worth
more than double the sum kwned.
.... 4,'AKi.lUS 75
.... 1,000,000 00
.... 70,000 00
2- United Slates Stocks
3. New York State and City Stocks.
4. New York State Town Bonds
6 Heal Kstate
i 6. Cash in Bunks and Trust Companies at interest 3,306039 50
7- Balances due from Agents. .......... ....... 115,J3d4
Interest accruej f 512,730 03
Deterred Seini-Anuual and Quarterly Premiums. 1,122.412 86
Premiums in course of transmission. ....... .... J34.4s0 67
Market value of Slocks in excess of cost 643,772 37
Oross Aesets, December 31st, 1S71.
J 1 have carefully examined the foreiroinir, Statement, and ftjid
the same correct
ISAAC F. LLOYD, Auditor.
From the foregoing it will lie seen that the several items of
i Disbursement bear the f llowing ratios to the Receipts of the
i year :
Paid to Policy Holders 47.9 per cent, of Receipts.
) Paid for Kxpentes 7.1 erceut.of Receipts.
Paid for Taxes 7 per cent, of Receipts.
j The ratio of expenses is less thau in any former year during
the history of the Company.
TBK ASAKT4 AUK A PPROPKI ATKO 3 FOLLOWS :
Oross Assets, Jan. 1st, 1st 2. ................. .$51,677,937 00
Reserve for all Policies in Iorce..$3C,248.937 84 .
Reserve for Additions. .......... 10.259.3:15 45
. . . . . . , . I r. im
i neaerve lor Aimuny. ......... .. iiviw
, Keserve for i nrned Margins ..
449 OtS "9
Claims bv death not yet due
i Pot mortem Dividends, due on
dt mand 6C.0O0 0O .
: Prt-uiiums paid in a.l vancf,. . . .. 33,0539
: SurnluB accrued or. Tontine Div-
ideud Policies a.l 97 2 2 47,CS2,266 C2
Surplus over all Liabilities...
Dividend of Jan. 1st, 172...
. 2.843,727 92
i The Reserves upon Policies and Additions were determined
it.y a seriatim valuation accordinir to the American Table of
I Mortality, and four per cent, interest.
! The Dividend of 1S72 is considerably larger than any previ-
( U$s tlian icverity-etKU fK.-r ceut. of ttie uuui ireUictel by the
ouj pour a viui-wa s a.s - j .
; Ratio of Expenses to Roceipts in the Mttcil Ijfb I.sarFisc
j CuXflSY OK tr YuhK f'Jf tvery year sn.ee its organisation :
.... 9 8
.... J 3
Y'tar. Per cent.
li54 10 6
1865 9 3
15 9 5
155S 9 5
159 10 6
lsol 9 8
Yenr. Per cent.
lvVi 9 5
14 10 0
!So3 14 1
1 Sri!. .
.. 9 2
INSURE IN THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY!
OF NLW YORK, WniCH nA3 THE
Lowest Elfnses fttaUtJ and
Largest Dividends !
jSAM'L C. WILDER,
j mh"i A'ent fr the Hawaiian IManil'i
Total .' T3.911
STATIONER AND NEWS DIALER,
lo 1 Itlrroliuiit St., Honolulu.
11KI'EI TltltLV TKSUKR1 H is Til A N KS TO Til K C1T I Z K. H it II (I N O I.l L.V A I
; Rjjut, f the I.lands for their liberal upport of bis eff.HrU to establ'.ah a buaims aiainst tb.aw of lung stauding and
large casual, thereby pror.ng that Ihorvuja auctttion to the .:.! of the cvtumuuity I riOfc-s the reward of suoceaa.
It is with niufh pleasure that he im w not.fles the public generally, that bis efforts here are supported In Kan rranrtaro by
the largest dealers in
BOOKS, STATIONERY, NEWS, MUSIC,
Toys and Fancy G oods !
AnJ through them their branches East, so thai all orders entrusted to him can be d peoded upon being Oiled lo the beat adiao
: taje in Cit and quality.
! His Slock ou Uanil comprises a Large Variety of Goods in (heaborc lines,
! And he will always endeavor to keep CHOICE ARTICLES OF STATIONERY lor Om or prtrala waw a tpe
claltty. BLANK BOOKS. PAPERS, ENVKLOPL.S AUTISTS' I'KAWING MATERIALS, Ar , Ac, Id great arlely
: always oa i.and.
TIIK CIKCUI.ATIXO LIKKARY
Will shortly be Increased and further anaugrmeuts made for the atrady supply of New Books aa tbey appear.
NEW BOOKS UP INTEREST will bercreired by each Steamer, but rati led af Ilaaatal ail
mtmm will Ix- kepi mm ka ai1, as his arrangementt are so complete for procuring ANY WORK l KM K K D an abort tsntice.
The Newt Aceocy is to complete thai Papers and Period real will be received with a certainty, when there will be nothing
by any other scarce.
Latest Noveltiet iu Tryt will be frequently received, and his aim -will be lo keep p lully with the lime In all tilt depart
ments of business.
The late difficulties on tbe Overland Route being overcome he guarantees agalust future delays lo rutaplettoa of orders. aptt
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS ! !
C JBl S T1 ZS c COOKB
JJV STEAMER FROM ENGLAND AND NEW YORK. ALSO, VIA CAPE HORN, PEIl
WITCH OF THE WAVE.QCEEN OF THE EAST, AND SV REN.
AND TO ARRIVE PER COMET AND MOSES TAYLOR I
-A- lino Assortment of
Prints, Light and Dark Colors ; Regatta and Bengal Stripe Prints !
l'riuted Piuuett, Printed Linens, Mock Q'liltiiiK. American and Kngllnh One and medium Long Cloths.
Orra and MeN audit's Spool Cotton, Illack Koll Crape, a fine aaaortaient of Taybir's ShioI t,"tu"' .
Spool Silk, black an.l colored, In 1-4 and 1 oa. reels. Scarlet and lllue Twill Flannels, Illack Ullln,
AtnoskeK lleiiiins, I nbleached CotUms, Illue Ilrilrs, lineal Silk Warp, and . v. i i..ri,l
All Wool American ITIannel, 40, 45 and 64 In. 8-4, 10-4 and 18 ltlearhsU and I '
Slux-tiog. Linen Sheitinr, 1(H) In. wide; Pillow Linen,
Linen Unmask, fiuest Uleacbrtl and L'nbleached 6-4 wide
Colore Damask, 8-4 wi.le. While Linen and Colored Nspklns,
Alpacas, Coburirs and Circassiar, In assorted colors! . .
Cauton Flannel. Dutch Tape of all widths, White Crochet, Welting and KuiUius; Cottons, Java Canvas, llussia Ilajr, iw,
au l -il inch s Ijnen nnd RusnU Uraih, Hu. kahuc. Linen, Huckubue and C.MUm Towels. White and llrown Tui kisn
Towels, Linen l ainhric, Ladies' and U'ot's floe l.iuen I'aint.ric llaiulkert-htefs. Needles Toilet Hair ribt,
of the very best qualities; Hcisaors of Kotl(fers 4 Son's celebrated make of all siaes.
ALSO, A FINE ASSORTMT OF SHELF HARDWARE!
Cut Nails, 3d to C0d; Cut Spikes, Slv1e Handles. 24 to 38 In.; Axe, Hue and Oo llaiitll.s,
1'aris Plow, i'oiut arid sides extra, Whel lisrrxiws, larire. medium and small Sizes, Kli(iiab L'serd Oil, boiled aud raw.
llubbuck ft Co.'s Best Knglish Whits Lead and Zinc, lirjr Red Lead.
iviKit's ki:i:osl.i: on-, risit coult aivi
And to bo Sold as Low as tho Lowest,,
No. 6 Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, 3-4, 7-8, 1 and 1 1-4 inch ; A Superior Assortment of Roduw
Soiror, (lalvanite.1 1'uils and Tubs, Paris I'lows XI and X0 rHeel Plows, Cultivators, Hor
Planter's Hoes, American and Knglish makes ; Spades, Shovels, Rakes, llrooius, Ac, Ac.
And many other Articles, all of which will be sold at Lowest Hat.
INT E W GOOD Si
E. O. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
siiyvjcrfc lLrriiD wvnii:,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH!
Card Matches, Kerosene Oil, Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 6 and 6, with staples Wheelbarrows,
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three Inches; Carriage fpriugn, Carriage Hardware, Horse Mines, Ho i Nails,
Cut Nails, 3d to COd Clinch Nails, Bout Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes, 4 to 8 Inches J Shoe lts and Findings,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER!
Bridle and Saddle Ornaments, Mexican Trees and Stirrups,, Marble Wash Basins and Fixtures,
A Full Assortment of Carpenter's and Agrieulturnl Tool.
UUIL.DER'3 HARDWARE, GALVANIZED TUIIS AND PAILS, Ar.,A.
New Goods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
Brick Store, corner of Fort and King Sts.
PUBLIC NOTICE !
rMIE UM)EKSI(;KI) having pur-
I chased all the Cattle running on tbe Suifho and ail other
Kula Lands of Last Maui, herihy foroid all eraina, under
penalty of being proceeded af.'Hint at law, from purchasiuy,
driving or branding any of said cattle.
T7 Tbe following is our res:iitered brand, and
all persons are hereby warned against using or mmMmm
imitating the same.
AKANA A CO.
Honolulu. March 19, 1872. mh23 Gin
JUST RECEIVED EX MONTANA,
GENUINE MANILA CIGARS!
For Sale by
If. I. NOLTE.
Corner Uueen A Nuuanu Fts
A OOD I.VLSTJILiT.
f30R SALE CIIKAP.-flR OF THE LARO
KST PL'LU FTAttLlellMKNTHon lliwuii.
l'Q Apply to WALK LU -V ALLEN.
H. L. CHASE, Proprietor.
ITIIK LOXGEST KSTA15LISHK!) I'HOTOtKil'HER
flllO KICK A 1MIS TAKEN IN Til 7. L A T EST
style and with all the improvements in the art, and
ALWAYS ON THE LOWEST TERMS!
FOR SALE Photoc-raphs of a!' the Kinrs, Queens, Chiefs and
other important personages.
Also, the Lar?t Variety of Cards, Stereo
scopic, Ac, Ac, AT LOW PRICES.
Frames, Hturenscojtes, tc, Cheajer than cm be
found at any place in the city.
Having all the conveniences for doing out door work.
Views or Residences, &c, will be taken
Better and at Lower Prices than by any other Gallery in
the city. If. L. CHASE,
a6 ly w-sw Fort S'.reet.
TO LET !
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE. COR
ner Judd and Liliha Street, containins; 4 large rooms.
Hath Room, Pantry and Cook House, Stable, Carriage
House, water pipes laid on the premises.
apO -2i Apply l H. VO.-'S.
Tr. GEO. HOWARD
WAKES Pf.EASITRE IN NOTIFVINO His
m eaatMniers and the iihc frnerail that be lias upeianl
o. 9 Merrlmnt Street, Opposite the Sallar1 Ilae,
SHAVING AND HAIR CUT Tl NLJ SA LOON.
Hair and Whiakers Cut, Cm led a ad Lived.
The celebrated Hair Preservative and liamlruff Fslermlna
tor OKN ACAPf I.Mfl for sale and furnished euatonirrs.
fto more eacuae f r unshorn clous or taukeawtil hair ! ! I
ap6 y tlaloon often al all hours. J.S If
otici: t viiAi.i:.Tii:i"v !
THE SLOP-RIC(ED SCOW
will de iver off in tlie harlmr,
PURE CLEAR SPRING WATER !
to all Whaling Vessels calling, here Ibis (fpring, at
Twelve and One Half Cents per Barrel !
40 Killons can be delivered freah from the flprloft daily
Orders to le lea at tbe Commercial Market. mb30 4( w-sw
K0NSULAT DES DEUTSCHEN EEICHS.
LLEN A IS ELS ASS LOT IIRIXCF.V
herstamruenden I'eraonen wird I ierclun h snr Kenntnlas
rehracht. da.s eln dnrch daa b'the Rrtrhskans'nr amt an daa
Kaixerliche Konsulat uclier miueltes Circular, bctreff.-nd i
"I'lelndem Frledensvertrspe vom 10 Mai und der Ersa
Convention vom II Deo mer Ii71 resp.dem 8.-hluss prntokolle
enthftltenen BeatirnnjunKen neler die wahl tier aus tlsasa
Lothnn;-n hentammnlen Personen swischrn der deutachra
mi l d-r franc'M'iisclien Natlotialitat."
snr Elniche der hiesifeo IntwessenUn lia Kaiserlichei,
Konsulale here it lit-rt.
mh23 Honolulu, den 22 Mars, 1S72. 4t
NOTICE TOJTHE PUBLIC!
IN CON'SE4U ENC'E F T II E C R EAT AND
continue.! rise In price In all fortiKU markets of Hiatal
anJ 5Ianufactures of Metals,
The Undersigned hereby give Notice
THAT THKV ARB
Unable any Lo:ier to adhere to their Card
Of such Metal and Minnfactnres at heretofore
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
I qOs'inscrit pour la somme ue