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FRIDAY, fCRRt'JKr t, 171.
W g nti M-veral fare-fa arrivals lo r'pcrt, v.i i Ti. 1st
A uKrvin clipper ship Intrk-. from rnMU n-n-? f r En
Jrrbary IslaruL J, I . H. el. Toacarora, frotu San Di g I
H. (. r.Ttamouib, frora Cd, Autu tar C-.xu den, li n
P-rt Twr.n.l, wita lumber t 0. Ilackfi U A- Co ; 1;!;. Hi
wnUn bark Matti Marjray, from Pert t-in.b.-, w.m Iuu!--.
II. HafkMI A. Co.ar.l AnwriC-n rMfj-T L: .. r;
lireea. Irons IICkoT, with rri-rch-uit'i-e l Af.r.j A. Arlmrk
Th departure .,-- beco Jul 31st. C'oiu t 1.1 -ii Vtxn
mc anI C. M. War J I a fuan lJuJ, IcU Z-l, H- e a A
AliOf, I t ftjiarj wLtti car j of J ..mslU" .lace vaiaid a
$34,116 ti, toJar, Wm. U. AD'S Lr TiJ. li, and I.tr.iJ f.r
I. ad er bury IsIaoJ.
W paMiah in full in anotl-'r put of Out -pr tti
talfetirsef tb rotcat.-rce cf rh iicf ro I'j-.M-J ty lie
CouVrctoc Garal of Cumom. W shall lake orrxt. -j to re
Irf ta the m hereafter
POUT Or HONOLULU, H. I
31 Vkr KoU Ana, J Daioit, from KJw
31 Mtbr Jujubt. C DiU-i. frora V ,lni
I frtt r"r.c. lrk. from Koca ao.1 Kai, Uaiiii.
I Am tip l.-wpU. S.mmor.s, 14 dt from pai-ama
1 Artir Jtetli 5(ml!.l'rr.,froin .aha!a. Mast.
I K. hr Jer.oy, Ilall-ii'r. fm WaimeaAE K4o,Kai
1 Srhr Oi l FtU.r, .Niaa. from .Nawilissili. Kauai.
2 1' M H T-Wirira. Iiknap,4 da) Iron. Han Diefo
a I' t .PoviainGutlj. r-krrrett, fr'.m a aurT'jm,
lla bk Carud-o. RubakKO. 23 d fia Pott T-wn-l
eoJ, with Uitr.ber lo II liacke-kl A Co.
4 -h,r Mile M-rria, Lima, fai Kaanakakai, Molokai.
6 hr Fa-rr WJn. k.n. from llanatei. Kauai.
ft Haw bk Mutui Mar-ay. Forbes, 2i days Irom
ft Am ablp Corj Jireen, WiVo, 21 dy Iron
ft Hcbr t tlama, Whit r.. from Kna A Kau, Hawaii
a hrbr Moi Krikl, Fatey, irom Kahalui, Maul.
0 A A A H H City .f UeiMOrt, brown, 2u dja (rm
fydney, N 8 W.
t H hr Warwick, Kaiawaia, frcn Pukcy, M -l'-ka.'.
Jan. 31 a a c .., P T thpherd, l gao F raaci -
31 Abb acbr C M War.l. Krkinin, foe roarto iviaivU
rb 1 cbr Mil Keik!, Pauy, V Kahalal, ManL
a Hr.ht c!ln, Paaabiwa. f r Kohala. Hawaii.
. Anru. HiAniwA, for Uilo, UawaU.
2 loop Lira Yankee. Clark, f .r liana, .Maui.
3 Am bk HLen W A liny. Freeman, i,r Cydny.
3 Hrhr Jenny, UailjiLter, (or Kora Ac Wamjea, Kauai
:l chr Ntl Merrll, Crane, U,t IjUlalna, Maui.
Hckr Jaanica, C Dodoil. i,t WaiaJoa.
3 W-hr Mary tlieo, Jim, for Kabaloi, Maui.
3Hcbr Rob Roy, A da ma, tot KooUu.
3 JVfir PrinfC, &r, for Koda and Kan, Hawaii.
J Hrhr M.iouokawai, (UUiia, ir Ki, Kauai.
A Simr Kllaurs, Taylor, for AJaui and Hawaii.
4 fchr Odd Fellow. Nika, for NawiliwiU, Kuai.
ft tfcbr I ary Uoxen, Kaaina, Int llanala, Kaiui.
Haw brt Win 11 Allen, Hchncider, tr Tahiti.
6 Am ship Intrepid, Simmons, for Endrrbury Ulnd
RfruBT or BaBK Cahdek, RuBisaW, Maaiek. Lfi
PortTownrnil Jaa 10th; evnu oat of the Pooix! on the 1'ith
ba4 troof N W winl lo lal 911 N; then ka4 light soatherly
wirula to lal 25 e. iron Uimca to port bad Ugbt trades
with beary N W swell. H .ah led the Inland ol Maui at 0 a M
Ftb 41, and came into the barbor of Honolulu next day, Z-
Reroar or Baan Mattic UacLiar Fusses, Masrca
I.e f t the Columbia River Jan lOtb; had strong HE and
southerly fairs the Aral ten days, then Ufbt southerly windi
Took lbs trades Feb 11. Made Ihs ltani of Mulokal Fet.
th til r V and at 1 r m rtae to aarhor ontaule, twenty-
flv.sTaj: Irom Aitoria.
LVPkT or 8rtwir City or McLsotair, J W
Blow CowwDCa, chartered by the Auatralian and Ameri
can Royal Mail Steamship Company, whirh arrived cdT tU
port at ( SUpm, Bib Inat. Reports learinf Sydney at Z.'m
p n, co the 17th ultimo, touched at the Fijls on the 25th v j
land and receive passengers and freight. With the exception
oi a days cairn. Bad nesd winds tnroufnoui me ptmuje. Tb
C of M since her bvit appearance la these waters, has under
gone Urge alterations, her boilers and engines being new ami
as they are oa the c sapoond principle, she may be considered
on of the fastest boats in the Colonies. The nan arrival of tbi
Mikado In Hydney in time lo lake up her ran, necessitated lh
chartering of the City ol Melbourne, but as the Mikado would
arrive In Sydney about the 14th Inst, she will be the next
steamer to come with mails. KobbbtAdam,
Purser and la charge of the Mails
rsow Tost Gtnii-Per Camden, Feb. Sd : 270,01 f:
Rough Camber, 40.11 ft Dressed do, 400 M HUingles, 3i M
Laths to II liar kfekl At Co.
Fbom PoBTtaso Per Mattie Mai lea y, Feb. ith i 131 r
Uread to C Brewer Ac Co ; t e Mdse to W ing W a Ching; Jf
pkgs HaJmon, 2i3 sks Oats, 200 slo Brau. AO do Wheat, 14 d I
Uarley, IA do Potaluea, 1,49 do Flour, 19 kegs Dried Apples t
100 bts Apples. 3 kegs I'lunjs. 400 bbU Lime. 100 rs Bread. If
cord Hark, 4d do mhai lo u iiaCKieid c to.
Fiov Hosoaovo per Oeorge Grseo, Feb. 6ths 800 bndU
Mat Bag, 2 do Twine, i bis Tea, 117 pkgs lry Cargo, 6c
bis flweel Meat. 100 do Oil, 6 do Tokmcco, 20 bndls Paper, lo
bxs Dry Vegetables, 2 Jo Dry Fish, 11 do Chow Chow, 30 sel.
Camphor Trunks. 664 rolls Matting, 4i bxs Fire Crackers, &e
do Toys, 10 tbls Halt Beans, 14 pkgs Manila Rope, 3o7 d.
firing. 10 Jars Cakes, 10 bis Olives, UO jars Anchovy, 20 do
Palled JBbrimps, 7 cs kldse, 10 bxs Opium to Honolulu', 1 b
Tea to Along it Arbuck.
Boi, Si Coil Hop to A H CWghorn Co, 134 Coil Kupe b
ordrr. 1 Horse to W B Oat.
Foa flvosBV Per lleleu W. Almy, Feb. 3d
m Puis, bags.. 291 Sugar, pkgs
-Kirs, bags 986;
Value Domestic A3d,U6i-
Foa EiDlsttat Istato Per Intrepid, Feb, flth-.
Duck, boil 1 Bope, foils
1' Value -Foreign $196 64.
Foa TaaiTt Per Wm. II. Allen, Feb. 6tk.
Beef, bbls li Pock,bU
f CalUst, head 74 Personal Lffecls, pkgs..
Cot toa Dock, pes...... 2 Pulu, bales...
Dry Ooods, pkgs li :4alt. Ions
S Hay, tons H fbeep
; II arses. Aogar,krgs...
f Molasses, pkgs 2o nptrlts, cs...
I " Value Domestic. ...S2,10i; Foreign...
- Fanai Pob 0wbi.b Per Camden, Feb. 3d A Tattle.
5 a IB.- TT .1 W A 1. r..K 1.1 A I ... ...I
i wile and children. TV Mootgotnery, T L llarler, Mr AVclch.
i Foa Wmiwiid Posts Per Kilauea, Feb. 4U Rev Mt
1 Bacoo, Mr HiU, Mrs W Igkl, i ChrisUe. Jr. Miss Coma, ir
Binttbam. Capt James Make and wife, 4 Misses Makee, Mr
F Beck ley, Una H U Wilder, Dr Oliver, and about 30 deck.
' Fao FoartABlr Per Matlie MacUay, Feb. fob -R T
! Foa TaHtTl Per Wm. II. Allen, Feb. 6th A Hoffman
I Mrs Estall and 4 children. Miss U. nigh too, and 6 Chinamen.
I Faow SYDstT Per City cf Melbourne, Feb. ih. Mis
iRitky, Mrs FUher, Miss Fisher, Mr Archibald. r rom abcb
la ml Mr and Mrs W B Oat, Mr Jas Mitrhel and Frank Hun
ley. Also 20 t)an and 21 Intermediate for Han Francisco.
; Bivibbb At PukJO, Molokai.on the 27th of January, Capt
i J. M. Rivibbs, who was a resident of these islands fir th
' past SO rears, and Br 13 years Boaster of a coasting schooner
. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7.
! The ELtcnoM for RepresntatiTca in this city or
Monday last (and with ono exception in all the
k other districts of this island) bas resulted in the
'choice of none but natives. This is tha first time
'ince the establishment of tbe elective Legislature
in 1351 that Honolulu has failed to be representee
by one or more foreign-born subjects of the King
''iris only "just, fair and consistent that the for
ueign population of this city, whose capital if
embarked in its entire business concerns, and whe
''contribute the largest proportion of the pubtie
JlTevenue, should be represented by men of" their
" own class who understand the requirements oil
'"ccmruerce and trade, in the Legislature of tht
. country. And what, it will be asked, are tht
acres which have brought about this injurious
' result ? Amon the minor causes that may be
'named, is the reiaaik-kbl . proficiency and skill tv
which the native aspirant to legislative honor
hate arrived in planning and manipulating the;
..elements of a popular election. But it must bt
lia . . , , . . , . ... s - t l
ACanowieugea tnas toe suuu ci"s
.n the widespread and unreasoning prejudice
that bas recently grown up against foreigner;
n.imone nat'Te UaT-ui113- And unqucstiona
i)e.ly this mischievous sort of feeling bas been in a
. jrreat degree created and fostered by the language-
inj act or foreigners taemseivcs. vertain w,
jr.hese have labor! strenuously, (and nnfortu-
,,.iatelT quite saccesefu-Jy) to Uistors ana misrep-4
" ... , A I
ft :ent a question ol national poucy tnai waf
windcT discussion sonie monins since, anu we now
..n- triis result in the election rcturus. Tbe prola-4
then Sirs'. V.herewiliJh.not more than ono or
-ad contrPrtrTpresenUtiTca in me ar proacn-
. .i-4SSlon of the Legislative Assembly; andanj
r ne bo ba made hi easel f at all famiL'ar with
w . l :l
-QLxwaiian parliaments in years gone uy, wu.
,neadilr understand what tbat sign-See. It simplj
an(J,ag2eitJ a steam engine sj.acr iuucau-wat
LIe, without an co-iDeer-i be luc,V if iJ
r . wither coUides with -HPM,i-on nor ruttfl
fAT Jot- the track. Strong men, aj-d mw.i-O little!
tact,-. Ministers, will be needed to gui anul
control the coming fession of tbe Legislative
Wr irvRv tf-at i
I !'-. uncil Ik 1 1 at ti.e
It WW t X f
jrHcity l.y t!j
J'y'- I 'ahint t. that tli
-Jruf-ii'ii durii- I : - life
. .) ;if)V oc
l., t!..in. or
, itU- r if ti -in, u !v
l.ar t r-n f,r th- m
Tiu. Kir;: A i.
-naimocin the I.-
ho 1 tli iretaut, 1 -IUj-recntativrs
a i or tL i
hi- in a jjint much
Aliich Iionc-t 0 itii'.
-uj fjecl that the Cj
,u Jgmciit cf xuciuIa-t
.ntcndJ, aiiJ that w
ina tv3 rival Ig
:irnc. We learn, ho
'seen exDt, in a loaon
n;wljr Iecti'l R jres
t j meet oi
Lkb ftt ol
a '. AH
tiiJ d.e or
it h.lr, f-i.L
the j rivat
cf men were
j the same
iii.rii .ti lti
I'oK A I.OfI K whiji
recent and limitc
the ordeal of a j'jp
tion in terms was
i Kin2 n!
accessary end in viei
ire to Lc deprecate:
?ircurnstancf-d like 01
year, while it a&e
wing to an enthuia
;imong tbe populacc
knowle.lgeJ, a j.rec
There in now npjarently a jrci-ect of t,UiC
thin like a contest in tlie aj f roaching extra "es-
fion of the Legislature, on tbe question of a 6ac
cewwr to the Throne. A fcecond candidate Lar
')ecn j lacU lf jre the country, in the person of
Her Majesty Queen Emma, the widow of King
rvamehameha IV. The Queen is a woman in.-'
the highest winse of the word whom all Lave
earned to l.onor and esteem f,r noMo mialiticf-Vi
tnd noble dce,lS. And while we heartilv cnerd,
t tncrft iter XL if f tliit AniiiilAm hAn nn I
. . . . - - i -.. i . f
rli I t7T Iri lAphi1PHtf. U-t.iSkli id ilivr I . -vw c-r-.v ifi.l
'.isBTiaaa.iv ' V-A iav., iiV u in U Uv till CIJ,
uswi-a, .ii.n wwa l'llUll4 it Z.H ! HVi I ' A
7e.t r.l.d. 1.1 . , i I
n A -
tion of nQairs by idacinz her name in ornoeitionf
a - E
sio inai oi iiiu iii2n cniei jvalakal A. e nfisumei s
; 1 n,-:'u,nt
ity of the?
it as quite certain that a large innjori
members of the Assemblj will be found to have
b?cn instructed by their const
itlie clacl wliofsc candidacy was 60 cmphaticiIlyE
IcndorFcd at the public meeting of edncsday last.?
fewness was broken only oy the sound ot the measure' i
The viss-vfvtim; nt Iviiwni.ilitm f'luircli rinVi , t - !...,. ....., n. ,ir
- - -" v..r
. . . , . f
...v . "ii"-"" '"i
.mourn iuiuiuu, uuu ui ujueu iianuuiiiuus,j4 at o o clOCK Ou euoeaday morning, minute gunss-jj present; to ms riiguuess uuuries iyuuuiliu an eugrossen
well ordered public asetmblages which cause eur-ljwere fired from the battery on Punchbowl, and aUoHlr"slattion of ihef, resolutions.
.-. r ISr jt iv if , c w i itV- q rr. ri he Attorney General said that he could hardly
prise and commendation among visitors front Jfroni II. R. M. a S. Tenedot and U. fe. S. Tutcurora X-?? words in which to fitlv express his feelincrs. for.
abroad. It does indeed strike a fetrangcr, frefchvlwhile tbe flags were displayed at half-mast from theHin the death of His Majesty Lunalilo, he had lost noi
from the old civilized centres of Eurone orL
4 , ... ,, . lf r
iLUl-l.ia, us BUlucnilllg reuiaraauic tll.lt llUWUI-1
anH, but yesterday associated in their mind.4
with narKcrv tales of Sjuth-sea harharitips nii,lk
Iwcre bo evidently lartiVanis that there was
neither room nor occasion for dispute. There
. , ... - ..IL
wan, inuccu, one or iffo voices raiseu in lavor oir-
,i:ii: i . .. . i . , ,(
...-vuiiotiiunu.,.,. am.,!., .mi iijc ratell nilU
.1 t.i. :i . ;.t . ,
i..w,.il....l.-.e.,.-ii ., i n li-l iki L-ncotirasenieni, ana?
the unequivocal declaration l.y a Representative
.Wl fhr nn.l nn JoViilP rX tf ........ . il.r.v.i
v. ..,... .1 inuifc lllti
1'rir.oe r-tood firmly fur the Constitution and thti
UWJi, and counselled obedience to tho- now in.
authority, had the er?ct to at once and effectually!
i. .... ..c ....t i.t i. i
L-i unu me- iiouiniiuiio ei nuui nuuiu-irc niiaivi-'.t
rii il.-Iiiratinn was verr timelv. nn d fiiininrri
from such a source it cannot but prove reassuring
co the nation, now lor ti.e tsccoml time in a littlci
.. .. ... . ... . ,
ver a year, passing through an important IoIit-
cal eri-is. Kalakafa could ecarcelv have civen,
- .? .ilii . Vf.7
uiicrancc to a fccuiimeni tuorc cuicuiaivu ix
awaken the respect and confidence of the con-J
crvative and thinkitlZ men of the nation and at.
the same time to assure bis popularity with tbcl
I.. , i , ,t .,... i. .1 . .1 t
I - " O 7 ----- . . . . . - - - . .
ition to bo made in bis name that be will con-I
icnt to no violation of tho Constitution and laws,
oven when -iiggested oe teiuibly in his own interest
Mass-Meeting at Kawaiahao.
,1q response to a published call, some thousands of
the residents of Honolulu, both natives and foreign
ers, assemble! at Kawaiahao Church at 3 p. m. on
Wednesday last, the 4th inst. The body of the!
Church and the galleries as well, were crowded with
decorous and expectant audience. The Hon. J. M.
Kapeua was called to thc Chair, and Mr. P. Naonc
chosen Vice-President, and Mr. W. J. Smith, Sec
. ' t . r ., ,
t I'a taking me v.nair, juuge ivapena oricny siateu
tue main object of the meeting to be to obtain an ex
pression of the sympathy and condolence of the peo
ple with His Highness, Chas. Kanains, the father oi
Ilia late Majesty, on the sad bereavement which has
fallen upon him, and upon the nation at large. On
aiotion a committee of five was chosen by the Chair
to draft resolutions in accordance with this otject, as
follows : Messrs. R. II. Stanly. W. L. Moehonua,
Rev. G. W. Pilipo. Hon. C. C. Harris and J. U. Ka
wainui. The committee reported the following reso-j
.utions, which were adopted, mm. eon :
ViiiREit, we tbe people of Honolulu, in common
vith this whole nation, are in sorrow and aiHictioL
-hrough the dispensation of Providence in removing
from us His Majesty Lvsaulo the King, who died at
00 minutes past 8 o'clock on the evening of February1
a instant ; tnereiore
HetolteJ, That we the people of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, do hereby respectfully tender our most sin-!
Mere condolences to His Highness Charles Kanaina
father of His late Majesty, on the death of our be
loved King, and that we sorrow and grieve with him
Resolved, That this committee be instructed to de
arer a copy of these resolutions to His Highness, and
furnish the same to the newspapers cf this city fur
(MgneJ by tbe members cf tbe Committee.)
Mr. A. Kalauli offered two resolutions, nominating'
die high Chief lavid Kalakaua for successor to the?
fhrcne. and mstructine the Ilerresenfatives cf thisi
listrict, ia the Legislature, to vote for him. While'
these resolutions were under consideration, Mjor W.
L. Moehonua spoke as fallows :
" I am authcri.ed to say on behalf of thc Chief
C Kalakaua) that he desires that whatever is done
hall w strictly in accordance with tbe provisions cf.
-he Constitution and th laws.
Oar Chief stands upon this platform of the Con
stitution and the laws; and he trusts tbe nation w.
pay all proper respect to those who are now in au
thority. I hope that the approval cf the people will
be unanimous when the Legislature shall have met
in J made known its decision in the matter.
After the resolutions had been fully debated, they!
were put to vote, srparately, and carried tyacclama-J
- r n - . r I
u.u,wuu-.. ... ti
i ' i r.f n r cil,..i,1.l 1. iKL 11W - ..J.K.,1
rncceT "e oorto;. sucht the entire prescribed time, the population of the - j
serious import as a vacant Throne and the nearM anJ 1,8 envir0DS PoureJ 1Q a steaJ7 fcttcani1in the grateful recollection of every Hawaiian. 1Il !
. r . . , . -5through the gate of Iolani Palace, into and throught ;lmiability of character, his deference to the opinion----1
prosjiect or an election ofa K.ng m .ucl. a ali-.g,,,. 5t , l0 giM for the ,Mt time upun e&,f JtLera 7and his coeratiothdrji Ladr
Nu,.ne,8.l.ke way as wa that of edncdajr laetlftature8 &f S0TCrci Many, bothJcnare LLm far?rto alTwho knew him personally!
It ih true, there was but one candidate named! J, . , , , . . . .' ..J Justice nidemann then being called to thet '
r.r the Throne, and all in the great audience! tfT-fT "i '"'.f J f senmne gchair Mr. Justice Ilartwell made" the following i
. t If while tbe dismal wail resoundV! frsm ine crowdc.'f mmnrt-a t
-VJ7.-5saW a'J 0Q.t,lC "J ofMr:ra le cf the Ilonoluld Fire Per
ceuruiry Kit, vimvui uiuu, uu-iiuaivu vr iiro-l -i
.laimed a successor to the Throne; therefore &
I7..nM. Tltt va t K. -...-, . - i f H..T...T11T,, .1:. . I
.u... " . -v., .- ..,v,.., ,
trict of Kona. Island of Oahu. in maw-meeting aj-fnJ were evwenuj m a goon conuuiou ior no.ng
m!.lvl t k'tni.htn. Fihrii irv 4. 1874. LerpLx-S tcitui evrvic. as tuev iwjs rc. m. iciwa uy mca.
declare Prince David Kalakaua our choice for tL.J f?oweniment lanJ, the precession passed through alling 30 runs to make. tVhen Roberts left the wickeufe
accession to the Throne of thes Hawaiian Islands ! Ith pr-ncipal streets of the city and by one o'dockSlthe game stood-Honolulu, 'Ji runs, with wickets tola
Resolved. That we hereby instruct our Represcnl-Ue J-.ng.nes were ail Housed ana tne a.flerent coia-Mgo uown ana iu runs to mane, -as u e runs were
.lit,' m 1 Tl T -i - '
for' .' tnd. 11. o.oi David Kalakaua, and for no one!
Ul Bwaii. cr
Thcnrtieing no further business Lefuie the meet!
t wu therefore adjourned.
W. J. Smith
DEATH OF THE KINC.
Li.vali!.... tlic ii't's cL'.'io, tbc liUri. 5-3
lujialle an-1 gcDeros-Lfcartc-I King cf Ilivraii i a
acre. After a lingering i'.Iteso cf me fuur uiorith
luring which he w:u Tiailly declining from Jiy
riav ur.ler the ravages cf rulmonarj diicaso, tb
jKing cipirel without palu at tea minuses t:cr.
Ininc oc'cc: cn the evening of February 01.
There were i,rese:.t in the Lel-cbambcr the attcsl
ng rbysiclans, the ll n. Mr. Ciabop, Hia Higbnese
0. Kanaini, the King's Father; Her Ex. R. Ketliko-
:ani. Ilia Ex. Robert Stirling, Minister cf Finance
n-l the Lion. Mrs. Ne.
Although the .JemLe of the King bJ been bcurl;
iiticinateJ for Javg, its announcement cn WeJnes-l
lay morning wis receive with profound sorrow tj
.he whole community, while the native subjects o!
:he deceased high chief, following their ancient ci
:od. eave vent to the'.r feelings in louJ wailing
that, echoing through tbe still air of early daylight
bad a peculiarly mournful effect.
Thui, for tbe second time, within a period cf four
jteen months, is tbe Throne left without an occupant
fur His late Majesty, like his predecessor Kameha
oh-Lii. V , failed to nominate or proclaim a successor
Under the Constitution, the duty devolves upoL
the Cabinet of the lat King, immediately to cull
t of the Iat King, immediately to cull iJ
of the Legislative Assembly, whu suaijj
j -Iect fc hM
Jlot s-jme native Am or the Kingim a. -
r - - v ..... u W M W . IKUg'lVUl "
ruch case male and provide, it was
ORDERED, tbat a meeting of the Legislative
tt.mU l.n li.l.lcn at ti e I'mirt lnnf in Ilr,Tl(,olf!
Thursday, which will be the twelfth day of F 'eb-i
ruary. A. 1. 187i, at 12 o'clock noon; and of tUM
jrder all members of tbe Legislative Assembly wil'i
take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. f
" 1. Itfts. IV. Plinur, .liuiiaivr ot iukiu rtnaas i
' Kdwi.v O. Uall. Minister ol Interior. i
" Kobebt riTiBLiNO, Miuuicr of inane-..
' A. 1 si.Nciit Ji dd, Attorney General.
... i r , , , n t ,owj,a
" loiam i aiace, reoruary , ion.
11 The new9 of the KinS'9 dcalh flew 0Ttr tLe t0WLe
JLuuJrcJd of people Lad collected in tbc grounds ofi
J " I
- s ww , ! a
tvlaimoeipo. tLc P.ing'u pmate town refcidencc when
. t A a. w 1 t"l
'" w .-w-, 1 ' " fc
3 1 nan AAmrililnil in in A I'aionn naav t.vr 1ia I .r., I t trai
j , , ... . i - i . :.i
'I'iiee"i on u uier uuu wuicicu luiuici , iu it: ruiu 11
Estate on the ensuing day. The crowd of silent an.li f
Jccorous spectators opened to the right and left.fcl
1 DC lOunu TO IK1VC. Jwjjjjc e g0Iemn procession of government official;!
itaences to vote forUanJ tLe staQ- of theate King, with the shroudedi
Jbier in tbe midst, slowly passed
f ;ahone with unclouded brightness
pun, vl 1UC 111UVK3IVU. 11 TI ud 1 SCVUCiUl 111C liOCl
1 t i i
jor tue puiuier.
i various covernmcnt und consular flae-staffs- and the!
faJ.tnr,;,! in rw-.rr I
J Notice having been given that the remains of thc
tIate would lie in state between the hours of lUl
i J . n .... ... .
ia. m. ana j. p. si., at tne lormer nour and tnrougii-j
rithout) as they looked upon the manly form nowJ We have met. here as uicuiberi of the Department of th
till and ct i T.i death cf him who hut a few short? IJuJiciary ,t0 3Pre w Borrow at the King' demise, to pa
tin anu cc: . ,.t ueaia oi mm wuo uui a lew siioriif j lribute of ri.IK.cl ,0 Lis memory. and to oiler our condolence
ontua aeo .a so fuii 0r buovant hone and Tiromisel
k3 J M - A
i. ,. .
lior I113 country.
ut"'CL. i ..."?.'
frnn. r.f p,,,. fin P:,i.or u r.t n.-
-.., art.ra ilrairn 11 n o lliMlnln 11 I'Jfloa no
i2liar j 'of Lonor. WitLin tLe audience room.' ur -
r.,unJinr the Lier. were tha CaLinet Ministers of the!
i;lte Kin", tbe Judges of the Supreme Court, mera
l e , . . , X. --,
jocrs oi tue i rivy council, anu tue uigu cuieis. Aue
sccno wn nn .mnrossive one. as. hour ftfler lir.ur.1
i j t c
iiue cruwu c.iiuuuvu 10 Bioniy uusa irom iuu ii.ii uist'ii jusiire, uoi
A Jr.l W nil
- ,.1 .11 i , i ii i . i - . r I - : r .
a,l"e mruuu iu room wuere iour -viuKa oirupon ,lulU.s onc year llow harJ h9 stru?kd a-.lini)
S Hawaii three Kamehamehaa and now Lunalilo
t i i i . i
traaTe successively lau in state
f jjjC jate Kinz was of the hi"hest lineatre cf theVan l101"1 ? aa act ol Ul" ''"cu snowed disregard of th.
JnatiTe cu;cf:l 0f theee islands. Kaleimamahu andjfhaud ContituUouai liberty was safe. This is a good deei ni
.k-nheihimnlifl were his maternal crandnRrr-nKi. Thatl.af?LMy HovemSn' ul t fa aaymg the simple truth o
o 1 1
first was a half-brother of Kamehameha the Creat.t
j, ., ... f
, , iu. muiv i-iuvi , . t. vuillium ---VMU
t h.heilieinialie, his grandmother, was own sister tos?
r. l-.i . v-. 1.-1 i .u -. : ; i t
highest rank among the hereditary chiefs. Origin-
fally one of the queens of Liholiho, (or Kamehamchaj
II.) after his death she was married to Charles Ka-
wini-uui-uu, nuu m i iciuii'i, uriu tuc puu.ipni uu-saiu iuuiiii,
f i.i. :. r .i.- i : .-. -1. ....... i. , t :i. -v.i ir'jected the
liuunijr vi i lie aiiiguuui oiivi iuc uiuiil el -jlliuiiue'ri ju(-ve v0(e
nnd durine the minorilv nf Kaniehnmehri TIT. TCp-fcifueedeil
k tkauluohi, the late King's mother, was thus of the3elta!i;
naina, a commoner, and from this union was bornt)wa"ar;"-- ,1 ."f ,,JljJ 7 an,f desired to im
f prove himself by foreign travel. To the informal invitation ol
His late Majesty, Lunalilo. Ia 1839, she was select-a distinguished American eilicer to pay a visit to the I'nitee
, , . .. t i. r t t .- - . t,
ed by Kamthameha III. as his Kuhina Isui, or Pre-!i
niier, an officer recognized under the old system of
.. ii- "I
iitm-iiuu uuiuuuicui aa ocuuiiu uuijr.iu uuiuuriiy tura
the king, and without whose signature even no aotU,
f the king was lcgftl. Thl3 important position iuVlhe believed to be for the best iutureat of lUe people. I
. . . . b- .i..t : A a ? .i a t ii ,
me govcrumcu -vci-huiuoui uouuuu-u io uom until
her death in 1813, being known aa Kaahumanu II.,yill'c lople.
when she was succeeded by the late John Yountr.! Mr- ,L- MeCully de.ired that a formal
. . rr. r-.. '
uucie to tier .uaj-.ty viueeu x.-ui.
The late King was educated at the lioyal School,tbe same be printed together with proceedings of this
established by the American Mission in 18eV, andxruceting.
conducted by Mr. and Mrs, A. S. Cooke. Here, inM
ompany with the late Kamehameha I.and lvarae -
Iaamena . ana otner scions oi tne cniei., nuniDering Bmovea that it Le
in all some fifteen, he became well versed in thefj? Hesolved; That the members of the Bar do wear
f. . . - . e .1 , r i .
v.mrm-.r, Lranrnei. nf an Entrlish education. He ws'r4mourmn2 Jor us- anu lual ll,e u" Xm Dt
always noted as a bright scholar, and early develope dK
-. 1 . - . .. I -.1.- t P a .--..1T...T..T"--.
a uibte ior iiiemiuro ouv jiuvu. vi a I'v.iiuuiij.
amiable and genial disposition, he was aflable andM
polite to all, and was particularly endeared to hisi:
countrymen, by whom he was designated as " keT? . V T- .
a7oto.-A-."-thckinJ chief-in marked con-1' Km&htS f 1,ias'.L
trast to the stem and sometimes cruel treatment thejMFtbrttary 4 the.foll,n
to the stem and sometimes cruel treatment thcyS,'1'"' luc iwtuuuona
accustomed to receive at the hands of their3Vverc unanimously adopted :
, That Lunalilo, as a private individual,. WnEBEAH, It has pleased Almighty God in Hk
before his accession, naa lauus, is we.i known, which
. . . ... . . .
it is as useless to deny as to dwell upon. lut
' Be to Lis fault a litfle blind
And lo his virtues very kind."
It i-a'so true that he was practically ignored by theK. of P. jm ia the universal sorrow with which
two preTious adtuini-trations, and, ns he often coin-o'h's
' i r . . a .-.-1 - l i . C .
piainc-A aner " IU1UUWJ- TkZ Resolved. That the sincere condolence of thij I
afforded an opportunity to become acquainted wuhvi-.jge ic respectfully tendered to II. II. Charles Ka-J j
public affairs, or to proTe whether he possessed anyj&naina, the father of His late Majesty, in his gad be-f '
adiptation for busineis. Thus inexperienced, butS!reaTCmeDt' ani1 thlt a C0Py of these resolutions bcJ
a-r me wen,rc auu juiprwvcuieui ci nia people, ne
was fcuJJenly ana uncxpecteJIy caliel to thc Throney
more than one Year atro. bv the denth ofjl
Kamehameha V. and the undividel choice of therew of H. B. M.'s S. Te,ud,s and eleven of Hone-'
nation. So brief has been his reign, and under suchlulu came off in due course last Saturday on Kula-H
peculiar circumstances, that it is hardly a fair subject
. . . , , , " , r -
for criticism, anl we can only speculate upon what.
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Hawaii's much loved Li.nalilo
1'ABAfE OF THE FE PEPABTXES'
. . ,. . , , ,. , .
- a turday list, according to the published
Le might have accomplished had cot He, who doethjjtiie toss for choice of innings, and sent their cppo-t:3
all things wtll, thus early closed thc mortal career ofTncnts to thc wickets with the expectation cf a bigf-ji
artment took rlaeen,.
-raiuuii, mi 1 iuc mcu aui iu-4 ui-.uiuiaiiii-cunt'iiKIiuui.ii, c 'i r iw vumi - v. . ' . v. .... ...
- ,,..,.. , . , .
inn ... . tho. -..., u-una vujuiiiiK iuuiuikci si luu.u 11 tii-ii raitCl-C:tv - J V-IVT. IV m.aiu. . . .,.. . - j,--!...
. a ..... . i . . . . . . i. . . n r. . . - . . ' , An.. . . i - . , ii.-.nn .1 i -ill 1 1 ... i . rii -,
- . . . - .. . . , 1.1 r - . fc.
iion was the Drescntation bv "Mechanic" No. 2 MSDent a very eniovable day. and as we heard severaif - - , , r, r- r i r r-. nn i uni nuro i r."
I f through Chief Engineer Hassinger of appropriate, f remarks about a return match," &c, we were ledfs bU V U M MIVI I IM LO I It
117 ( I. , . . . .v.... . , A. . ,-... ... rr, . iv ir.-.i.i.. I 3 a usual ai- r?-i
- loaageg to aiessrs. ngni, uuiiunj anui Aaams, a..titoiiope tui Deiore me ueneau ici uuuomm, "'ji-,- -o" " PILi, BOlZV URASDj"
I Ithe 8urvivin member, of the crieinal ore-anizationtimicht again have an opportunity to "try conclu ill-o ' Mc scut, itc.f I
'l vmh ...I 7-inna " with her r'Aiirteou?! and flrentlemanlF visitora-. ' evv v-. I lcno
e Privy Council.
f the Privy Council cf State.
I cf expressing a feeling c:
l.a cf the demise cf Ills !.it
kry Ctb, 1ST4. Present:
f -residing. His Ex. T Stir
, Ills Ex. A. F. JuJd. IIL-
l a 1't llAT.-rr..-i rt I l i'im
3 At a tr.
vj .'cnvcne-j i
ij rou Joler.ct
l Ui Ex.
ng, u.a .
tu". Ills Ex. C .Tern:r fil
I. Smith, II. A. Kabanu. ti
i 1. Kalama. J. V. Maka
Harris, II. M. Whitney,
then allressel the Cvunci
etia, J. X
ver a yen
,f the Pri-
iry Cox-.cil : nlv a littl
tual meeting of the member
I held ia thij rc-ota fr the
jessing their regard fortbt
jty Kamehameha V.
people mourn the untlmeh
iunaiilo has been gathered
tat leaving an heir, cr at
c Thrcne cf Hawaii; anlw.
ii cenfiience as memt-ers
1 you to assemble here fo;
! expressing in f :n.e degree.
FJ, and our sympathy will.
' I 'uuccXori In r ? au-in!.':- i. ir
i2):i lljn whirli has tilw ll v-'
d-.ath cf its cti xn and !...,
I.rteen niontlii sg k, carac t l!i
t-l. f; H cl hpe it a lrs. haj-j ;
jv-nilariiy cl the d'f 1 yr'.iy.
the str r attai'hai-t:t l- r Uiu
git intimtelv a--ijt.il wu!.
death cf x
xith h:a I
Wpiy int of
lr.JCl,, ia ik
fj - na1Jifltc
1 a;..) noldc qul.tkis as a m:.i
humbly ImjW Vt the wiilvfir!
trfcrt iUilh iu His w iJ..iii. on:
j the heavy U. reaveiaciitit i (r--l
liuon, and now renewed t.y iii
K sytnpith:xi: with t!ic eutir
fthut we rfl-r onr spci.i! rondo
11.4 UigtiDi. Chir!'- Kan.ai-1
ii.g r-vluiifns be entered upxi
rd ; imblishcd in the newp.ijor-.
niver-.-d to Hi IlighmM L harlc-
Meetin of the Bar. ,
Ar" n. iiir-ptin' r,f lir mrnilieM of tlie .IuJici:irr
iprarlmrnt. T.r-1.1 tlio Pnnrt nvim rif the Court!
House on Friday, tbe 0th cf February, A. I. 1874.
called to order by Mr. J. Montgomery. Mr
Justice Ilartwell was chosen Chairman, Mr. W. R
The following resolutions were then presented bj
Mr. John Montgomery, the senior member of the Rar
Where, it lias tiloaied Almighty C.d to remove frou
this life our beloved ruvcn-ujn Lunalilo, w hile in the piime o:
:uaulnod hud having but 'ouiuienccd a rcin wmcti gave j.rom
e of being loiijr and uscfil.
He soiled. That while we humbly bow to lite will of Cod
xc are deeply liui-rcsscd iih a sense of our great loss aud fee
hat an inscrulatle l'rov dcure han dcjirived this Ration of ti
Kind Father and a good King.
JiisotveJ, That the manner cf Uis election to the throne ol
Hawaii has shown us t'.ai He was strongly entrenched iu tli
hearts of Ilia pecj'te ; aud the Legislative measures jiroposeii
:iy Ilmi towards tiving the ioplj a larger share of the worK
1 iJovernment have shown that this people were dear to lliin
Resolved, That his amiat ilily ol character, and his unoien
Jtatious career, while oerai-yiug the Thrune of this KiiiS'l'""-! 1
ViZZTtiS" wi.u His asedamlj
On motion of Mr. II. II. Stanley, a Committee ot
J , . , f'Ur I ,lb
fTthrcc wa3 appointed by the chair consisting o!f .
Messrs. Stanley, Montgomery and Keawenunahaia tc
ionly hia bovereign but a personal friend, who had
A honored him with his confidence which had continued
Ifnnt.l 1,U ,lnlh Tho rmirn nf lUrnnmr tl.o nnl.l. 1
LunaliI(J WM ghort sLort in whicb to dcv'elope an
- fgreat plans for the public good; but what he had
tli. r . i - 111 l . I. a n .1. il.. 1 : rC
jaone ior iu iuuhu ueauu, wnuiuj mo puey oii
?to tho venerable father who survives.
tis it is naruiy one year since we came ioeiner nere ou a sum
4 .'. .... ..
fBUr occasion. The halls cf justice are airain draned in black.
. - ".-"".-
2?ruch event remind us that death is no respecter of persons
I... -f i,a 4hlr,r L'n..ulllL
.-unimons as promptly as the humblest subject, and I doubt
ot. - tW
t, as giauiy.
If there U ever a time to llatter, it is not now. William
( liarles l.uualilo has gone beyoud heed -.f our praise or blame
IUe ,,a okd' a ali P!."' al.one'. 1,1 .'!'e Peuce of death.
- J tj"ta"rW1is o.t
Jiihe departed monarch would have tlihhki-d the thought of un-
'truthlul or exaggerated eulogy, it is pleasant, however !
II-eak of the mauly and generous iiisliuti of Lunalilo and ol
a ins siueerc uesiru iu (utciu 111. couuiry on iiie nroau principier
iu his own seUlsli interest, but for the commoi
know the high resolves with which he cuterei
Mimman weakness, none but his God an know, itut we cai
JTS11" l"-"ar wi,UMs ,0 ,htt act ,,ial Juring his reign, h
. . . . v-h. . . ...... .w . . .t. ...... uui.ii, . . 1 . i , hi
4 has neither done nor countenanced the sinlitest ini
f'ful the Constitutional guarantees ansumed by him. Sow
j Perhaps a members of this Department, we are the first t.
lappreciaie sucn a tiuauiy in me t.niei ol the IM alien, as we
J .-nOUUI OC 1HC 11(11 IU Ulllll 11, &U1IC-CC
Durine the interregnum, precedioc his e!cction.some advised
him to seize upon the royal cilice as his birth-right. It w.v
tiiat tnis would meet popular approval. Hut h
suggestion, and submitted his claim to the Lccis-
anu wniie snowing a nearly aesire to approve au
Constitutional ameudment, with the free concurrenci
chosen advisers, he took the oath of olllce to support tin
ished law of the laud. We all remember the imnrensivi
occasion of the inauguration. We ran alt testify to tluB
faithful perlormance of the trust.
Lunalilo seemed to me to be very thoughtful of ihe foelinpi.
oi si tiers, ana to tie generous ana conhdinz. almost to a fault.
Jin this regard, he shared the distinctive characteristics of 11a
i - iiftates, he replied, " it has been the dream of my life."
e was avcril). t'0 useK.s. parade, from the timcofiiiselectiot
rSwUcu 1,e 'a'aei with uncovered head from the Court iiousi I
to Lis residence, until he gave to his father au expression of hic
"l' ?ZlTJ: JLIIJTJVT.
3 criiui i3 ii is i l iii w on iiic uucmuiy vi nmu L.U-iUiUO auu oi-
sjllis amiable iiualities will long be preserved in the hearts oi
-aof the heartfelt feeling of approval of this meeting ol
4Ir. Justice Hartwell'a aJjre be l,nwn nr.,1 thut
secouaea Ly .ur. j. .Montgomery, ana carncu
5 Mr B p , tbcQ aajl.esEC,i thc mectinir. and
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tr.i - i - i
seconded by Mr. Stanley, and carried unanimously
t i . .i 1 l
i tic meeting meu aajourtieu.
AValter R. Seal, Secretary.
At a regular convention of Oahu Lodge
held on Wednesday evening
g preamble and resolution-
inscrutable wisdom to remove from this life, Ilii
UUUAlUIUWtV v -va
wM,jc.t. unalilo, King of these Islands, in tbc
:sprinue of life and
prime ot me ana in tue uegtuniDg oi an auspicious-
i - f .
itcsolued. That the uierubers cf Oahu LodeXo. 1,
national Lereavement bas am;ctea the comma-:
- 11 i t ' .
Jtfpajers of this city for publication. f
Cricket.-TLc match between eleven officers ani
a1" - 10 ia V19: aTC W3S """LTZ::, lr?a$S
v present, ana me usy w:ia very inca-aLirniui uei iuof
K.r,.n, a i... M Ki:nt, tn cnr.il ti. ironr.Julu wr.nt A
E"'"""" - -- f lJ
-;ncEi3 to tne wickcis wiin toe expectation oi a oig. -
Tscure against them; but after some good batting by?
si . , , .. . , , . . c .
pro-gand holding his wicket doing good service. Aftert
OrS... , .. ,- Zl. TI. 13
em--awmcu tuey ma ie ,v, .tiowmijc v v,.
UUU 51UOU J. i JifiOi, 1V1 , iv-ie'.iiiu, 1 1 , itai-ta
along. Tlie mootir jveneraUle lather II. 11. CLas. Katiaiua on Ins treat loss.
, and the deep Still- Itiona to be entered uiou the records, and that a copy be trans
m . . . W . t .t ..11 ,1 I. iii .a ,n,i l.i l.r.iuJ I.,, i.n h hl I i..n
Sai I V.f i'TieartM T.,-iirt.- nn.l ivlpn. ienttL't r.Ir.P t
"-'vitf 1 wubmw -. '
T. TLC annual,rt, ;n Ttrirt nn,1 A. W. .lri.?H
A The Election.
1 I- city tf H.:..ld. tbe t-kctku cn Mon
!l lt pi--- 1 eff with r.-.u.-h less cf excitetat-nt an 1
?ntiiUS:.ir:-.i t'..:i Ljs U-.k eshi
i'"Lere pore oter twentr oil ii !
t-1 1 cut
v-: :u t j t.i-zt
f the cii.J
v.:.?i if the voting was ever
K-lr.g ijene-I at . a.) at
was .juite t-vilctit tint no fwreigser'
ere to he elected. Ti.e Mtive eanlilatcs bad Uii
Lelr flns with cunE.;ng au 1 cirried them cat with
xdJaesj and skill. The tun hid been adapted o:
ecuricg bef.-relijnl tlie ti n reipts cf larg? num-
-ers of voters, anl with tLi.-e ia hand a candidate
-ras pretty sure i f all the v. tes they n- resente-1. Ar
aour or two Vf.re ti.e cluing cf the pxlls, severa'.
-.brew 1 attempts at tV'i idlest v. ticg were n.aJe.bu;
the Inspectors l-i:.g forewarned, were forearmed.
in i nan.ter- ' U gus v.ttrs were disarr-cinte 1. Tbt-I
result ws auLcunccd at a few minutes past 7, the foi-f
owing rersc-ns U-lng declare 1 elected :
TI. Mikk-mi, - -- -- -- - y-.) vctes
- W. L. Moehonu.i, ------ -Coo '
J. Kakini, - 631
J. Kahii. - 472 '
The rej-ci ts frni the other Jij-ti icts. are as fallows
K'-.l iUf-oko, John A Cuairrings.
KlcI.iuI-. :i, Wm. I.. Line.
Waului, S. M. Maukana.
:Ewa aud Waian-u-, J. Kcmvikcehuehu.
Lilokui iinl .didt. There were twelve candi
late, an-1 Messrs. S. Kuplhea and 1. AV. Ksiue, are
ioubtless eiectc-'l, with Lanai returns to come in.
A'ju n. Mr. I Kaukaha is reported as elected fori
Jlju-aii. Frida luni it is reported that Mr. S
Kaai is returned for tbe northern district, and
Mr. 1. II. 'ahiuu fr the southern.
.Vdia. At Makawao, Mr. J. IVa is electexl. Wai-
uku ilu s. Rirch and J. W. Lonoaea. Hana J. K.
Kakaui. Lahaina Mr. L. Aholo and 0. W. Napai-
vti. Kaanapaii J. A. Kaukau.
7'o t.'.t l-:.r,l:r ' the J''fnc G-umtfclnl A.htrtlso-:
Sin In reply to the communication of " A. B.'
iu your Usue of the 31st ult., on tbe subject ot
blanks, I beg to state that the fod amount of blank
imported from abroad by this office since the 31st ot
Dec. A. D. 1S09, to this date, has cost $11.00; while
.n the same period the sum of $2,410 37 has been
paid Aere, viz. : 'j'2 07 for printed blanks, and
$1,114 fc-r advertising. Walter R. Skal.
Chief Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu, reb. o, lbti.
AX ADJOI KXKI) REGl'LAR MKKTIXG
if " Honolulu" Kt.gine Co., Xo. 1, will be held on WEDNES
DAY EVENING, Feb. lUh itisu. ut 7 1-2 O'clock.
i-Z U ClOCk.
It. SI. DLtASH, See'y. 1 1
A full attendance requei'ed.
fvT It Per Order :
E, G. HITCHCOCK,
TTORXKV A T I. AW,
li.Ua prmuptly colk-eted.
AN ACTIVP.. SiVAtWOUTIIV A NOpSU BSCR I PTI O N BOOKS ig
capaMe Colored Man wishes a situation as COOK. Fur
.Jiiartic ulars. enquire f f 57
EDWARD 1$. M NSCOSIBE,
fe7 Si Sailor's Home.
TO LET !
1MIK OFFICIO AM) I'K KM 1 S KS ON KORT
Street, at pre..ent oecuiiied l y l'r. O. S. Cummines. to-
essicm given Slarcli 12th, 1SJ4.
feT tf Apply tu
C. K. WILLI A
Extra Fine IVTanila Ci
rOETIN 0-TaUGUST, 1873
Just Etcceivcd lircct !
GEOllGE d TJ. li: HIIVK
AND FOR SALE AT
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SPRING VESSEL, 1874 1
G. BREWER 8c CO.
OF Ft-' It FfU SAI.K
F II O M it a S T it X ,
lii.o ill irll 3riircU It
DCRAXTOX STKAM COAL, IN f.C) i'S TOrVl
suit purchasers, fur family use. J";
Ar.iERiGAf. bk. edwinPastle C00KE
Klr.lMr: WEST OF KXUU.XU HLACK nuil&i , i i , n i ...
N"KV ltKUFOIll) F.IMII.V SflAI. ftS " BLUE CLOTHS, li"l very suitithle ((,r Iradllin put Jiohih, I itduug
ij? Fine Black Doeskins. Grey Buckskin, Twine Vc Vc
5O0O FT.JiKLKCTF. BOAT BOARDS.! All W'o'd Tweeda, just the style fur winter. ' ' '
i t KM KK HUAKII K. I l A I I MIiMl",
F.l W1IAI.K BOATS.
25 lilll.s. a I KRICA X T A H .
2.1 lll!l,S.SOl TIIKKX PITCH,
5) lJUI.S. No. I UOS1.Y,
CASKS SI I II ITS Tl'RI'EXTI NE,
A FIXF. ASSORT.M KXT OF OARS.
K A OI... A PLOWS.
23 KITTS No. 1 MACKEREL.
1.-. CASES CO UN" STARCH,
IU UK. BBLS. FA M I LI' PORK,
. DHLS. GENUINE CIIF:R VINEGAR.
FOUR FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BALKS OAK I'M,
EASTERN' 1'IXK KEG AXI) II A RREI.I3
ALSO, ON HAN Dm
EX RECENT ARRIVALS
Which willbeofiered LOWft
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS. VI
A XCIIORS ,-iikI CHAINS. ASSTI). SI.KS.Vj
FARMER'S BOILERS. 211, 2.". '.Ut A NO."-
PAINTEU RICKETS AXI) PAILS.
EASTERN" IIARO BRICKS.
PIN E .MOLASSES BARRELS. SET I P. ?
HORSK. MILE A NO 1IANO CARTS. 2 -
CA N A L BARROWS.
CUMBERLAND COALS !
CENTR M'l (M I. LI VI M-S.
GCXNV BAGS IN CASES OF SOU Pirr-2
IIV VOKEs. Vo. 1. " AM) ii.
OYSTERS. FRESH A NO SPfCEO.
YELLOW .METALS a NO N A I Ls.
C. BREWER & CO.
ti TTTr-cr r- mTTt tttkjt
j JkA, VsJf 3ra J. XJkXX J XIX
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BEc;i LK.m: Tti .mjtii tii i: re is-
LIC tat a
f ' Y r
X 1116 LllnG 01 ILrlLllIlTftr V
11 A S
Just been Received ex Late Arrivalsj
i-r. aii k.:d;
Lrfl C l-
L tti r Pprr. k. 1,
Vote Paper, a Fine Variety cf Ara-riean. ttist-sh at..t Ff-t
ia V. h.lc aud Utue. (daat atid ruled. I.i.u- I. pu,n -.!
ru'.. J. ar.d Wh.te and 1H? p.i.s Nit jU,u.
i:..L.l Note s.ih Li.ci. p... to ruU)., ch.vL ai.d t.i.lid. k-c Ir
thine tifit and JeiirMe. A!i. n-'ieral p;.:r.. r k nJ
A Few Boxes only "De Soto" Papeterie.U3
l!ie Ultet s: le mi.
Note, better anl U-verr.mer.t S,ie Fiivrl, prt.
Pen U--.1.L t--t ati.l dull, a Ur.v . rtm.-t.t
The lies! lilai-k I i:W ki..iii.
DAVIDS' VIOLET INKS!
Ml Sii.s. the nit-st la'tiiij: of any tnakir i f lhi f..v. ri!.- .Ii.i.l
LUvtd' au l l"nderwtvr Copjiitjc Ink,
Memorandum an.i Pasi 11 i ks. Cypher liix.k-.
lilar.k Booki, MjciI ikc,
I.lf-.-l Itid.'.r )r.1.f..r Wirt. -.i.. f .r , ... . . ... t . .. .1. l..
raW I'otal Carl Pocket IMirtl, with pn.uvtins Mirte.
Stephen's Combination Eraser and Enve - f -
lope Opener !
Thutuh Tack or Drawing Pin,
Fabor'n Rubber IUm!, 14, 1-2 and .M i n I..
Wax Crayons, colored, in boxes;
Camel' Hair lirushe, tiuiu l.uUls in variety.
Blotting Pads, 3
lllatik A inititi); Cards, 3 s.r.ea in l.n!, 4 tin i in pi.'C. t.
HEX. LARGE AND HEAVY FLAT PAPERS !j
for peeiul tlze of lllatik Il.w.k Munlil lelure. r'-'j
Nti.'iiY irii iiiiimj othrr Artrl . ttlte,ty-t Jnn,i'l -fJ.
Wt ll Aj.jx-iutfil .ii'iwi r's.
DIARIES FOR 1874!
Ill the usual fine v.iriely of ntyles ami sir.
ft., 01 r. is AKKNT,,,11TK .,i ..lQ''een Street Wharf Store,
t.-i AN INLANDS for D. AI'PI.ErON ( O.V
Among which aiv
B?3;i,w;"'',' Travel? around the Wi.rld,
Hurt. Hi's Encyclopedia of Wit aud Humor,
Ulith' nictiouiiry of the Bible,
I -...i. ...i:
rtlillllill ...T1 i(.iiii
Life or K. bert K. U.
All or'ir- iil be forwarded as fast as practicable. The Minn.ip
invoice of the above i expected shorlly.
LOOK OUT KOK
Expected by the S. S. Macgregor.
M0rT "! ",k'J i" ,he ?h'in ll"y r"
ceived, and will be delivered according lo address on
ST. VALKXTIXK'S DAI.
JIT all Season-gsADDLES
Id. C. Murray and J, W. Seaverff
Fine White Marseilles,
r- e . ir-m
yjjKuiicy ji atterns, suitiible for Ladies or Children' Iiresii s, and'
3 dent's White Vests. th-
fl'lain and ftrijied Brown Linen Drilling, just the thl.ig f"ihS
"vfi ien wormne ciotncs.
Uent's Hilk, Meriuo, All Wool and Cotton Undershirt.
Ladies' and Uent's Linen Cuffs, lent'n Collars, r
A few dosea of Fine BlaekBilk Neck Ties, O S atid 3-4. U9
A superior assortment of Gent's and Ladies' niea. .,&
and I' tibleacheJ Cotton Hose,
SLl'ERIOR ALL LINEN
y TABLE DAMASK !
K and n 4 all Linen Napkins from $3 00 to $7 00 per dozen, jk
Cotton, Linen, Huckabuck and Danmsk Towel.
Linen and Cotton Sheeting !r
61, i, SO and 100 inches. tJ:
Linen anil Cotton for Pillow Slips.
10-4, 11-4, and 14-4 W hite Marseilles Quilts,
While ITIcrliio lUsuikc!
i by 84.
Scarlet, Blue, Green and White Blankets,
Java tar, vat, a fine assortment of Pearl Button'.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
SHELF HARDWARE !l
Door, Chest, Bad, Box, Cupboard anl Till Lo:k,
Superior Padlocks, wrought iron, with 5-prni w, j-t.-.
f Kin CheVt Ixx-ks. 2 Ke, each and no dapliutes,
J?per k Jackson's Fine Saws, 12 to S inch, c c an.i rip.
Spear ir Jackson's Files, all sizes and kinds 3 to 1 . inch.
Ilanies. liridle and Roller Buckles, Plated and Jap'. I.
Saddle Rinf!?. tinned anl japanned, 2 1-2, :. an 1 l.- in
Fish Hor,ks, Xo. 10 to 80 ami larger. "
I'nion and Word Girths, choe Thread. Ilai.ill-.l A.e.
Copper Tacks, 1-2 to 1 1-2 iich, Lifrhlnin W....1
Cofiper's Tw.ls, Sri.I Paper, rcrul liruihes. Iron 1 u. k.
ALSO, ON HAND
Americ-n or.d Knplih tttetc I-ad and ine Paint.,
American ar. I English Pale Boiied Linseed Oil, Turj.enline
Limp Ulack, Yellow Urhre, Krench Yellow, Ycriit.au lt-d,
Haw and Burnt I'aiber, Reil Dry Yermillion, Ar. '
, ... .
itGood Assortment of Paints in Oi!,';'
liKXI IXK DOWNFK'.a AND DKYoK S
k ! : s c ii i
Cop.il, Datnar, Carriage and liriylit Yari.i.h.
v.Paris. Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and X0r.:.- Country Orders Especially Invited.
Horse nows. :
"; h..vel. ?pa.l-, o.iV, Sc lhe, KaUe-,. Hoes, 4 r , Ac , Ac, Ac.j-
OHM-US HI.LI ll AT I.OU1M M IliK KTf
It VI ES.
MlfSS LOTTIE ALEXANDER S
ifllT prepared to give lebsoni cn the Piano to a few i
lars. The bett cf r..fcrecce. given.
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mf i V ' 1 ' 1 I 1 I "K llir, .ti.t,. I
"p.'J. if tii lUru- t Alt I A . ' wii: I-4
r :r.v d. ms cJr;lr-t-M r.
n ac. nui.l i-f Hie ,a I v. H, w it
-y.; r wr.:ten w Jrr
THE GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL !
f-.The Lirgcftt ana iuost Complete Hotel m
' the World!
I- vu n i.i):i:o ( i:i.i. KM aiii:
14 1 rrvpn.iri K.e Mi I KM 1IUK l-rf..r us dr
!t j-'ru.-tu-.n ttei.ai.rl. f.i.arati..ncd CKIlr t.harnl
Ji . ectrj nn-, sLu li i u-jw in under tlir r'nal taao-
J ik-rf,ent U r l!,r ac-r. iinm.ltion (erst.
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NOTICE TO CAPTAINS
rot t lUNt; at Tlla:
'l'HE imkuk;m:o wii. I, t; k
1 ll P t S Tk IIKI.-'W S . .1 .
iil TTT AMTTVTAT Q T nMnm Utljr
(.tU V il UltllUUUU U4AA1 UXUJ AlsUalAa
-N AMI LY
kjA Lion & Lioness or Cubs.
A Spotted Leopard,
A Variety of Door,
All 1 11 1 IllT .llht', lUll'V OF .1 1 1 Til f I i V '
J APP" 10
-oil I MOM l As A 1 I.HIUIt K
.S Sin Jmn I'rrtiandet Villa, Nuuanu idler
I IS ST A HLIS1I HI), !
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
IVARIETY OF GOODS!
M'l I AIII.K
rjFor tho Island Trade.
ls!i.ius of tho Paclllc, or
Northwestern Trado !
Shirts of Every Kind and Quality.
VWk, l'i inlM. Ueiiims, J.I ue CulK.li,
Orange Colloii, lloiriick's I.ung C'lolli.
Hits and Sinn a (t 'virv kind Me-.r-nn Siiilill.-a
ti.iiinl Saddle Trees, with an al
almost tiidleMH vain ly
'.uf f.'ood-'. iiiclinlincr fhiilk. Whilintr. I. mini HlaeU.
Vl'la.ster of J'ariH. und nethtiiiM Huinelliiii'' Hit.
Oreader ol 1 1 1 i .- i:iii - would iinl imtire hut of very
Jt great service wl en wanted.
Guns' PistoU' rowder' Shot-Cip''
if niiTLFBY rvppv iirjnf
.v'. -"- 1 mm w awaaw r
WHALEMEN'S INFITS AND OUTFITS I
CROCERIES OF ALL KINDS !
HA Kill. LM AND HALF Ii A ft It K I H FIN'I. IlLD
?1873 Columbia River Salmon.
iWholo Invoice of Manila Ilopo !
I KEATING S PATENT.
'lllX IIV.S VO IK LIC II. JUST L A N' I) Jr. It.
' li.kll' Vt'll ! kYT my a m b m- ar m
CARll MA fCIIES !
ViAW the Card Matches to Arrive
X, 1 ,e ,,...! ,l I., . I.rlt:i...l Vn.i.t,( : il. I.L... .....
5Jy,:i,,t''' I ''''t only fruulue C n.i lit, l.u: t', ,luii"' I'onUnd C
!'" ' U" v"'"e U-,"y U"'1 ' ,!rUi"h
S-Vri"'l will, when ue., remain firm a. a r--k ; while Kimr f-ihrf
ik '0l will, when most wanted, be found full of IUsure, ani
V' , ... . , . ..
V'"f X"V y' '"Convenl-nt l.me.
TIIKKK V ALMj TIIK LATKST INVKNTKD
K RETAIL PRICES 2.) EACH.
iSfii This trap beat all the .uff, and one of mine rauiht an old
... . . .
nTf.iur - leitKed rat the oilier trp could not catch. It wm nt a
leg-d rat the oilier trap could Dot catch.
Ladles' rU.nioarr ; and there t.-as frreat Joy over the event
rat was nud'-r SO years r.f )ie.
iKy sons J. T. WATERHOUSE, jr., and
Ail. iid to Ihe hu4ine. and will serve all customers
fOV THE VERV BEST hii.I
4 M OST LI II EK A I. T E R M S
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
ABSINTHE. CORDIALS. BITTERS Or
k li.fT.-rent Brands. In " I or Duly Paid.
For -ale ly CHAS. LONO. .
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