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V.. H. IUKTOW, Url'r.
On Wednesday, : : : Feb. 18th,
At ! OV!.-k, A f . wi:t )m ! I,
At the .".- of' .!-. .',. A'''j.' ,t ",
K ,u b-!ic-l, W fl.iUrJ,
fcur--ii. War lrile. Centre TiM-,
Louche, Cover Bassets,
Oak liriir.K Clia'rs,
Mittrui H.r I'il'.'.ws.
L.uinif TaW, (,'rurkrry Wr, Cook Hove, fce., 4;c.
1". BAKT'lW. Aact; .n.er.
ON FRIDAY, : : : FEBRUARY 20th,
At l' OVI-irk. A. M. .It i'.tl.-sr'ir.iu, will f.l.l.
HATS. MIK AM MIOKS!
Varied Assortment of Merchandise !
S It S O SI'K A K . Avr, A.c. JLo. .r.
C. H. HAHTOW. AuetV.
CONSTANTLY ON HANOI.
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP (IIAMEliV k Sllll1 STORES.
t mr Sail- Wy
llOI.I.KH X. fit.
,Ol?lt NTRA.I KI'SSIA CO II l A UK. ALL
r-r ?al by
V.OUA.i K CO.
Russia Bolt Rope!
X ASMIRT.MKNT OK M'KS.
r r S'al by
ItoLLKS & CO.
1HO.M TIIK IJOSTOX FACTOKV. ALL
F'r alo ly
W K K.N C K I'A CTOlt V.
I'.ir ral by
i!oLi.:y 4r co.
Chain Cables & Iron Stock Anchors.
SIZKS KKOM !." I. It. TO I.OOO I. US.
t'ABLW fmni 3 8 inch to I i-S inch.
V9let.j r.OLI.K.- if CO.
Blocks and Oars!
Vt l'M. ASSORTMENT.
Vurlly HOLLER k CO.
AM. I'KIMK I'OIIK. HKKK OK II. HKK-
7. TLKMAVd I'acking.
BOLLE3 & CO.
I KtV CASES OF KASTEK.X, IV ?r-LKN-
For 6l by
ItOLLES & CO.
Flour Per " Comet!"
GUILDKN GATK. BIKKR'S KXTHA.KX-
TK A rai!y, iul Kl.lora.l.).
.r Sale by IIOLLE." A CO.
Bread ! '
IMIOV PILOT, CASES A X O U K. CASKS ;
J Pll.itr breaJ ; Meilium Jo.; Crackers, rte.I.
'.r Sale by BOLLKd & CO.
Lime and Cement.
tMKOKMA MMK, I'OUTLAXU CE-
MKNT. fal.f-ro.. Brick.
For file by wi-i." a. kv.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
fKUV sri'KRIOR Ul'ALITV. FO It S LK
l.N ituantities to Suit y . UOLLKS CO.
FROM CITTINO Jt CO.'i CELEBRATED FACTOUV,
f1tSCS .MOCK TURTLE SOl'l. CASES
ROAST B-r. Cases Bmlett IWf, Cases Itnaht Muttun,
Boi'-Nl Muttiin. Ca-es I'.oast Veal, Cases Turkr-y, Cases
Chicken, Cases ?ai. c. . .. . ...
For Sal by BOLLFJ k CO.
Paints and Oil.
I.XBLISH EOILEUUIL. IX FIVE-UALL.
It DKl MS.
a.-., c, k'.. kc.
For l.y ljV2l) T. H.LE5 Jt CO.
FINE BARQUE LOUISE AND GEORGINE
7SToy IVoarly Duo from Liverpool, i oflbvod
For Sale, consisting of:
A CHOICE ASST. DRY GOODS, CHOICE PRINTS; BLANKETS,
DENIMS, CLOTHING, BLUE & WHITE CHECKS,
Large Velvet JFL ugs!
0 BAGS, HEAVY BAGGING, LEATHER BELTING, SADDLES,
WINES AND SPIRITS !
Ind Coope & CtVs Ale; Blood,
HOOP IRON, FENCING WIRE.
t L " '
i CYE. P ADAMS
IM,L.KS ! APPLES::
j STEAM Kit M A Til MXJC R
j THIS DAY I
SATURDAY, - - FEB. lith,
Al 11 O i :. M. .-r - in.
60 BXS. FRESH APPLES!
REGULAR SALE !
ON THURSDAY. : : FEBRUARY 19th,
At 10 O'c!' , A . M , ) : 1
I IIOK : VAKIKTV OK
Heavy Denims, Blue and White Cottons !
Fancy Print-!, Mt.rir.rcs aril f'oLourg-,
Ticking and Strips.
Mosquito -Vetting, I'rii's, Clotli".
CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS,
Groceries, &c., &c.
T-lt Ilu, Hi.r..-I .-hirt. M-rifi'i H.irti.
Kin.; h.u- lii. t'.
FANCY COLORED SHIRTS!
i.iivanl'-'l Till. I'ain Kill, r, C.ir l Mat' l.'.
it J'.-Wil'-r, ..r.l.nri. Fii.c Tea, I ysUr,
Ci-ii, lmm.:il In.ns Hair Oil,
"aiill, Cru-hJ fuifir, c , i.r.
Sacks Table Rice,
Sacks Brown Sugar,
K. P. AlAM.J. Au. fr.
Real Estate on Emma St,
ON SATURDAY, : : : FEBRUARY 21st,
At 12 U'cl'ick, noon, at fc'.il- srr.om, wl'J b offered at
PaMic Auction, that
PIECE OR PARCEL OF
I1E.U EST.1TE WITH THE 111 IIIIIMS
THF:KKoN, SITrAFKH ON KM.M A t-T ,
ailj'!iiinfr the .r.erty i.f IIr Knyul IliKhnrss JCnka Kfcliko
l.itii, aii'l hTin a froM.i- '( feet nn Kuiina Street ariil a
llefith of 1 J'J feet.
A Good Substantial Cottage
n. Outtmil-Kni:' ar uj-on tti-' .r"x rt v. which ii covere.1 by
a Variety of FKL'IT AND OKSAMKNfAL TRKKS, making
it a rery l"Hnt re.i.lei.re. Oovernnient water ii l.nJ on.
TEKMS AT A I.E. I'eeils at exjieusc of purchaser.
K. I. APAMS, Au lr.
At li oVl.H-k, !., at Sali r'.oiu. will !- t'M at Aitrlinii,
FOR CASH TO THE HICJIIEST ItlDDKR:
29 Acres of Valuable Lands
with the Buildings thereon,
Pituita l at KOII AM I, Inlaii.l of Molokai. There are several
substantial Buihlins uxn this property (which were con
st rue ted fur a Dairy for His late Majesty Kami haiueha V.)with
Cistern bavin a capacity fir "JoOU barrels of water. The
r. 4 L. . . i. I, A w 1 ' ' .'.-( .
No mor elifiible a f iluatimi for a liiary can be fouml In the
KinK'lom. Having all the I'aiMncks. Cisterns, lwelling
Houses and Outhouse s, I t a large e-tablnhmeiit.
TITLK PEBFKCT. PajKra can be seen at the Auction
Room of the uudersi(:nel, and further particulars by applica
tion to VP. C. Jone, Kn., Attorney at Law.
K. P. ADAMS, Aurtinoer.
Iron Safes, Etc., Etc.
ON TUESDAY.TT: MARCH 3d!
Ity Or.lerof Mr. P. 1AI.T0N,
At 12 O'clock. X'oon. sit Saleirooiu,
Will be Sol.1,
One Iron Safe,
One M.irtii-lntf Machine, with Tools.
)r.e Turning I.ath conii-lite with Tools,
line Motive Power Wheel with
Belt :u r.
On Circular Saw and Ta'"le, Eig -.s.
E. P. AHAMS, Au l'r.
rplIE I'irilLIC ARE HERERV XOTI-
i. lied that JO.-LPH M'CIIALSKV ha no authority to
sell any Leather or material made at the KALAL'AO TAN
NER Y, nor to incur any expenditure on account of the same,
except through tue umlcrsignea.
Honolulu, March 17, I3T3.
J. I. POWSETT.
50 CORDS IRON WOOD
.lOR SALE ltV
A. W. PEIRCE k CO.
! IKKKUVS. T EX X E XT'S, CI I A M PA G X E,
jl Norwraian, Key llraiid. Aic, c.
For Sale by
CI I AS. LONO.
WATER PROOF TWEEDS,
Wolfe & Co.'s Ale; Bass' Ale!
ZINC, BOILED OIL.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
r i i. ok.
Kaa iJ KurjkVn
Murrli ;ll. Kn
March llh Circuit of Kauai
March 23U Konn
1 March 3Ulh
.-!-arr.T Hv.-i If or.r.!u!a at 5 p. K.. 'icptir.I trip- tt.t she
t.crV, at Kaur.akaka;.wr.vn l.e w,.l ke t 10 r. .
' T"poa th n;:- tr:f.i.the : mer ct !tve tAtAica b?
i ! m4i.ii. on up tr.p. .a K jna tri i wLll njt l'Te bfor 5
Fr-m :hi Uar-?, t, j vmut If Ca-h f-.r Pge, i!l be
I tri-:iy tiercel. TICKKTs AT lilt OfFICK.
I N ,t r-por.il- f r ur.amk! h:zi. cr any frei -l.t ua
' r-.-ptedfr. S.iMLhl. i. Wll.DKR.
; . a grit.
j Australasian & American Mail
FOK SAX FKAXCISCO.
THE FIXE STEAMSHIP
1VE X K. -A. 33 O !
ON OR ABOUT MARCH 5th.
FifJ.ht l -(i I'ftnr'.sro. S.V00;.r 7;.. Five ji
For fSYDXKY, via FIJI,
( oiiiiccliii til KAXUAVI' uilli it brmirli
Auckland & Port Chalmers, N.Z.
"CITY OF MELBOURNE!"
CAPTAIN" J.W. MtOWN,
On or about the 9th of March !
10 SAN 1 UMIS(0. ! TO SVI)KV, Lt.
On or ahout On or about
August..'. -Oth August 21th
September 17th September -
(ember I5th October 19th
November 1-th XoTember 13th
December 10th, December Uth
IT raiserijfers for Enslrrn SlnleanJ Europe.pur-
rhasinK their Through Tickets at our office, will be allowed A
LAIUJK KKMTCTION in fares, besides having larger quanti
ties of It.ippjge free.
XT Fur Frritflilan.l I'nsHntfr, or any further Inform
ation, apply t1
ipjo II. II ACKFEIiD 4i CO, Atfciila.
rou ioitTisAXi, oi:i:oa
Til E FINE 11 AKK
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above port
F'or Freight apply to
II. IIACKFEI.l) Ji CO, Agents.
FOK IIAMKlJKCi !
The A 1 Fast Sailing Ucrman
5n DDir ANT1PJF UFI FNF
Witt S'lil for Ihr -1';l' Pert o)i or About ihe
-f T. V, .!
For Freight or Passage, apply to
noS 2 m
V. A. SCHAEFEli CO.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. IJItEWEK CO., AOEXTS.
Favorable Brrancements can always be ma.le for
itS Storage and hhipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. CT Cash Advances made
fe24 ly BHKH t . o.
Regular Tackct for Kuna and Kan.
The New Clipper Schooner
U I li A .11 A ,
WiU run regularly on the above route, having excellent accom
modations fur pnsaeRfjers and freight.
F.-r Freicht or Passage, apply to the Captain on board,
of,or f M TIBBETS&t-OHKNSON.
R E V. V L A II
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
-' IHtEWEU JL CO., ACiEXTS.
rCr"v Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
' LT'"rfz libernl cash advances maiie on shipm-nts by this
. (fe-4 1j) C. BREWEK CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LA III I IV A.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. U. CRANE, Master.
Will Kqii KotfuUrly beteenTltU Port and Lahaln,
H.nolalnSlnrdaysud Lalialna every Ufduesdajs.
0 3, II. II ACKFELD k Co.. Agents.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS !
I VII) EX OS AT THE RATE OF TWEX-
t v -one nor cont.. on account of claims against the estate
of W. "HUMPHREY:?, lat. cf Honolulu, deceas-d, will be
paid to Creditors after this date, at ttieomce oi
3. H. POLE, Executor.
H ,n .lulu. J.m. 31, 1S74. jail 4t
ALEX. CAMPBELL. Merchant Tailor,
ron.n most respectfcllv ix-
FORM the public th.it he has opened a
At No. 3'i Fort Street, next door almve Mr. Melnerny, where
he i prepared 1 1 execute any ordiys iu the Tail ring Business
that he may be favored Willi. ja!7
To Graziers, Ilariclimeii, &c.
A FEW DI IUIAM AND SCOTCH
,o, Vermont Fmicli Mrriuo 'oiiik Rnni".
Apply to JOHN A. CUMMINS.
Waiman.il) Ranch. January. 174.
MANILA CICARS !
SMALL LOT OF THOSE SUPERIOR
:uahtv ClOARS. jut receive,!. Tl.-se Cigars, are like
thos-? we had alout one year since, and pronounced to be tie
best article ctT.red in this market rlurir.jr the last twenty
.years. t-pecUIly pat up br us -W cigars in a box.
ja31 For Sale by BOI.LF.S k CO.
MMIT H OERMAX FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAMBURG
TMIE IXOEKSIOXKO HAVIXR BEF.X
appointed Agent of the above Corr.p.my for the San.llCi
Island, is now prepared TO INSURE AWAINST FIKEPon
the moit fav. rat le term",
Ois Uriel. Stone. nu! Wooden store.
And i n M,rciar.lis st.Te l th-rein, Private Pwenings, Furni-tur-.
ire. Ali Ix--s adjusted an 1 paid f'r here with prompt
itude. For particulars apply at the otKce of . .
j;;i:y TtlKOD. C "Kl(-K- A"t- .
l . m s
MACHINE AM i"s- h'kli.m.
Al . AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS mad and Re,red
I'artitDlar Atteutin Taifl t IHHESE-SIl16 !
j".l Shop at "3J- Robinson A; Co.'s Wharf. "m
linF.llt. ENGLISH AM) Ulf OR'
A V M PORTS. California H'Vk, j
Rhine Wines of diff-rent hif,-jj LONG
,.. w F,.r Sale by
Extra Fine Manila Cigars
F0RTIN OF AUGUST, 1873
Just Received Direct ! j
aEOiic; n Cw it z rv
AND F.'R SALE AT
Ed. Hoffsclilaeger & Co.
THOS. Cr. THRU2YI,
BEGS LEAVE TO XOTIFV THE PUB
LIC that a
Fine Line of Stationery !
Just been Received ex Late Arrivals
am-iotf which may be fjur.d :
Foolscap Paper, all kinds;
Leal Cap, Account Cunent Paper,
Lettr Paper, all kinds;
Nt.te Papers, a Fine Variety of American English and French
in TVLile and ISiue, plain and ruled; Tinted, plain a?d
ruled, and White and Clue Bad k Note, plain.
Initial Note with Envelopes to match, rhttk and tinted, s- iue
thing neat and desirable. Also, seve-aJ plainer kinds.
A Few Boxes only "De Soto" Papeterie,
the latest style out.
Note, Letter and Government Sise Eivelopes,
Pens Gold, Steel and Quill, a Urge asortment.
Ai'noUl's "Wi'ltinsr Fluicl
The Dust Ii'.acV Ir.k knowi.
DAVIDS' VIOLET INKS !
All sixes, the most lasting of any maker if this favorite Bhade.
Davids' and Underwood's Copying Ijk,
Memorandum and Pass Books, Cyplrr Hooks.
Iilauk Bocks, Mucilage,
Large Rubber Holders with caps for protecting the Pen.
Faber's Postal Card Pocket Tencil, ith protecting slide.
Stephen's Combination Eraxer and Enve
lope Opener !
Thumb Tacks or Drawing Pins,
Faber's Rubber Bands, 1-4, 1-2 and 3-4 inch.
Wax Crayon.", colored, in boxes;
Camel's Hair Brushes, Oum Labels is variety.
Blotting Pads, 3 sizes;
Blank Visiting Cards, 3 sizes in boxei, 4 sixes in packets.
EX. LARGE AND HEAVY FLAT PAPERS!
for special sir.es of Blank Book Manufacture.
Toyelter trlth Mviny other Articles ulir-nys fH)hl in
i Well Aj'jioluled St'ttiouer's.
DIARIES FOR 1874!!
In the usual fine variety of styles and sizes.
r O: T. IS AG EXT FOR THE HAWAII-
AN ISLANDS for I). APPLSTON & CO.'S
Among which arc
Seward's Travels aVound the World,
Hurt. n's Encyclopedia of Wit and Humor,
Smith's Dictionary of the Bible,
Life of Robert E. Lee, kc.
All orders will be forwarded as fast as practicable. The second
Ja25 invoice or the above is expected shortly.
GASTLE & GOOKI
D. C.Murray and J.W. Seaver
K7MXE WEST OF ENGLAND I! LACK nml
1 HI. I. E CLOTHS, i
Fine Black Doeskins. Grey Buckskin,
All Wool Tweeds, just the style for winter.
Fine White Marseilles,
Fancy patterns, suitable for Ladies or Children's Dresses, and
Gent's White Vests.
Plain and Striped Brown Linen Drilling, jut the thing for
Boy's and Men's workinp clothes.
Gent's Silk, Merino, All Wool and Cotton Undershirt.
Ladies' and Gent's Linen Cuffs, Gent's Collars,
A few doren of Fine Black Silk Neck Ties, 6-8 and 3-4.
A superior assortment of Gent's and Ladies' Bleached
and I nbleachcd Cotton Hose,
.SUPERIOR ALL LIXEX
5-S and 3 4 all Linen Napkins from $3 00 lo $7 00 per dozen.
Cotton, Linen, Huckaimck and Damask Towels,
Linen and Cotton Sheeting !
61, 72, 80 and 100 inches.
Linen and Cotton for Tillow Slips.
10-4, 11-4, and 14-4 White Marseilles Quilts,
White Ulerino ISImikcls
72 by 84.
Scarlet, Blue, Green and White Blankets.
Java Canvas, a fine assortment of Pearl Button.".
AX ASSORTMENT OF
SHELF HARDWARE !
Door, Chest. Pad, Box, CupboarJ anc' Till Locks,
Superior Padlocks, wrought ira". wth pring and Steel
Keys. , , ,.
Si ring Chen Locks. 2 Keys eh ard no duplicates,
Spesr Jackson's Fine Saws. 12 -3 inch, c c and rip.
Spear 4- Jackson's Files, all siiand kinds 3 to IS inch.
llarnes-.. Bridle and Roller Buorles Plated and Jap M.
Saddle Rings, tinned ni jar-nned, 2 1-2, 3 and 3 1-2 iu.
F.jh Hooks, No. 10 tnSO anr'larger.
Union and Wool Girths, SW- Thread. Handled Axes.
Copper Tack. 1-2 ' 1 l-'3fh' Liftoing ffoo,j saws,
Cooper's Tools S' pf f fccr ab ""nshes, Iroa Tacks.
ALSO, ON HAND :
r-h White Lead and Zinc Paint?,
Good Assortment of Paints in Oil,
qWCIXE DOWNER'S AND DEVOE'S
Xi ! o o ii o O i i !
Copal. Damar, Carriage and Bright Varnish.
ii .jnan, v-ainornia, v.nemicai. .ew om, trasive, li-ton.
New Tork, Ei
ile and Fancy
Jiive, rure Castile
Paris. Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and X0
Shovels. Spade?, Oo's, Scythes, Rakes. Hoes. 4 c, ic, &c, ic.
ALL ORDF.KS TILLKD AT LOWEST MARKET
MISS LOTTIE ALEXANDER is
rtTTrTr reared to give lessons on the Piano to a few
Scholars. The beet cf references given. jasj tf
American and Er.fh white Lad ami me Pa.nt?,
"American and E"5n Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Lamp Black, w Ochre, French ieilow, Venitian Red,
Kaw and Burp t-'mber, Red Dry Vermillion, ie.
GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED FROM CHINA
i PER SHIP GEORGE GREEN,
i Orfcrod For JSiilo
HV THE IMERMGNE1.
i Sugar Mat Eags. Manila Rope,
j China White Slatting,
China Peanut Oil.
Fire Crackers, Fire Works,
Camphor Wood Trunks.
Ladies Work Boxes.
DRESS SILK, GRASS CLOTH !
Best Baslvd Tea !
SlI'ERIOR HREAKFAST TEA,
In S'.hs, 5!bs, lOlbs Boxes,
AFOXG Jt ACHI CK,
13 Nuuauu St. .near King.
Pll4SI2a OK THE MOO) FOB THE MONTH OF FeBRCABY
1S74 IIoxoli lv Mean Tine.
Feb. 1 Full Moon 0 4.5 am
Last Quarter 6 57.6 am
16 New Moon 8 43 7 am
23 First Uuarter 0 14 3 am
TIME OF SCSI RIH1NO AND 8ETT1NO.
Fib. 1 Sunrises 641 am; Sunsets 5 47 fM
8 Sun rises 6 US. 5 am; Pun sets 5 60 5 rM
15 Sun rises'. 6 34 am-, Sunsets 5 55 rM
22 Sun rises e 29.7 am; Pun sets 5 57 7 rM
as Sunrises 6 24 6 am; Sunsets 600.6pm
Caft. Daniel Smith.
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14.
Sitre.me Court Clerk's Office, Feb. 10, 1874.
It is hereby ordered tlmt the February Term, a. i.
1874, of the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court, to be held
at Nawiliwili, Island of Kauai, on Tuesday, the 3rd
day of February, 1874, and postponed to the 12th
day of said February, be further postponed until the
18th day of March next.
By order of the Court. W. R. Seal, Clerk.
NOTES OF THE WKKK.
His Majesty Kalakaua was born Nov. 1C, 1S3C,
and is therefore now in his SStb. year.
Cold. The weather haa been unusually cold
nights and early morning?, during the past week;
the thermometer occasionally marking G3. v
More Violence. It is reported this morning that
the Hon. Mr. Mikalemi, one of the Representatives
for Ilonolulu, was assaulted and beaten by Queenitea
last night. We do not hear particulars.
Axoora Goats. By the Murray, Mr. Butterfield,
the enterprising importer of the beautiful Angoras,
brings ri r.n animals, ut tuesc. l i only are ror
sale. They can be seen at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Acknowledgments. Ours are due to the San
Francisco Merchants T'TpImnor fr full fiia r.r la
papers received by the D. C. Murray.
Also to Capt. A. Fuller for late dates and mem
oranda. Not Satisfied. It is rumored among the natives
that the Queenites have a secret organization, the
members of which are pledged to avenge, on every
good opportunity, their defeat in the Legislature,
Let the authorities be vigilant and prompt.
Your Money or Your Life. One of the Repre
sentatives on being attacked by the mob on Thursday,
gave them all the money he had in his pocket some
180 and they let him off. Bnt the next crowd that
met Lim administered a terrible pounding. ,
Rioters Arrested. Up to yesterday noon, the po
lice had made twenty-three arrests of persona impli
cated directly or indirectly, in the riot of TLarsday
last. Some who were especially prominent are not to
be found at present, being undoubtedly concealed by
Strong Breezes have pCTZllC'l- iJl'rin the first
part of the past week. No less than five coasters
which left port, have been compelled to return on ac
count of the strong trades, some with loss of sails.
The Falkitiburg, which arrived on the Oth lost some
of her head sails.
Yesterday, tueon Emma sent a message to the
Palace, acknowledging His Majesty Kalakaua as the
lawful King, and asking for the Royal prerogative for
the discharge of the rioters now inprisonl Ilia Maj
esty has however decided to allow the law to take its
course in their cases.
Oleamargarine. Doubtless many of our readers
have seen items going the rounds of the press, stat
ing that a new process of making butter (to which
the above name has been given) has been patented
in the United States. We are assured that many of
the first-class hotels of New York, Chicago and else
where, and most of the Atlantic steamships are using
this new kind of butter. Very naturally old fash
ioned butter makers and many butter users, will be
isgusted at the idea of making the article from suet,
lut after reading a description of the process in the
lew York Times (too long for our columns) they
ill probably be open to conviction. A manufactory
cf this r.c-w ty!e of butter has been established in
Sin Francisco, and Bolles Si Co. of this city have
received a sample, which is well worth examination.
Ve have tested it, and had we not been told in
a Vance what it was, should have pronounced it a
fair sample of inland butter.
Caoutchouc. (Pronounce it Ioochookt and you
fill fee right.) Wo hive interviewed this singular
Australian production of nature, and advise our
readers that it is well worth their whiles to do like
vise. They will see a black gelding, about fifteen
hands high, well made and compact, having fine e'ean
legs wi.h powerful forearms and thighs and a clean
blood-like but unusually broad head, from which a
piir of bright eyes beam with good temper and do
cility. In all respects he would be considered as quite &
Lindsoiae horse anywhere, but for the entire absence
o? hair, on ail parts of his body, and examination
with a microscope fails to reveal any signs that he
erer possessed any. Ile was caught some six years
ago among a " mob " of wild horses in the neighbor
hood of the Ba'oane river in Queensland. His pres
ent owners, Messrs. Oat &, AVitchell, paid a pretty
lanJsorne price for him, and since then they have
! frequently refused as high as 1,500 for Caoutohouc.
They intend to proceed on to the United States and
Europe by the next steamer, on a tour of exhibition
of their hairless horse. We may add that he is par
ticularly quiet and docile, appears to enjoy being
handled, and apparently has a predilection for chil
dren, whom experience has no doubt taught him are
apt to pander to his depraved appetite for candies.
His levees since Wednesday last have been well
attended, and we learn he will le continued on exhi
bition another week.
Tr.tAT am. Atii.i. V, !..!, the rm'.l Uqiur h p
a;. 1 j- IK r? iTf c!.od n Thur I ty an i jwtcrday,
a a i;'v? pre: iuii' c, wc arc ;r.f.rn:c 1 tint at the
s'.L-res cf t.. tr-ijv rtir.g l.-tsi, a Iri-k Lus'.t.esJ was
d kii.xvi s.uJ ci-u,f t'.it which cheers ani
iaclriAtc. Ar.J wc are aki.l, shouM not " S.vace
l-c SA'ace for te gin.Kr !
Ar.rrv Pisou:. Thi is the name cf a new article
cf tA an .1 ilrirA ntar.afacturc 1 frvui In !in com.
wfe'c'u n:l.cs an citrtrje!y
r.utv.ii' ua ati l p.i!.uKe
k at-d well. I'lUi '.e
dish fr cvcrvl
used I v the Aj
r. lit 1 jtars nro an 1 is the v-
tioual foo l Mi x'.co to-d.iy. We hae received a
!aa;j '.e fn.iu JuJ I A. Liice, an 1 having triod it with
iiii'.k and iigxr, fin 1 U Jlickus as a Jtvit. ,
inuvXl On W ate infrruie-J that u Mor.J.y
and TuesJ iy cf this week, the sessions cf the Koyal
Schc-oJ were ctannttod by too teachers, for no good
cause, so far as is known. S me one suggests that
it was probably in erJer to gie the pupi'.s u oppor
tunity to go to the pv'U at-. 1 ote fur a Sovereign.
We should say it was do.rib'.e K Vcvp children at
chcxl during these unhealthy political excitement,
which are to be deprecated, for adults eveti.
For Tut Volcano. The next two trips cf the
steamer to windward will afford a good opportunity
for those desiring to visit our great natural wonder,
the crater cf Kiliuea. On Monday the ICth int ,
the steamer goes to Ililo, arming there on the IStli.
and whence a day's ride on horseback will take tour
ists to the Volcano House, where are good accommo
dations for man and bettst. The return can be made
ly the way of Kens, occupying parts of two days in
a pleasant ride through the district of Kau, affording
an opportunity to view the scene of the great iiiuJ
flow," the "earthquake wave," and the eruption of
1S6S. The tourists will have ample time to arrive at
Kcalakckua Bay, (where. Capt. James Covk kst his
life in 1773.) to meet the steamer which leaves here
for the Kona trip February 23d.
The Influence of tut Prims. Since the death of
the King and the appearance in the field of a second
candidate for the Succession to the Thrcne, there has
been, for a small community like this a profuse,
expenditure of printer ink. Circulars and mani
festos followed each other with rapidity, in both the
Hawaiian and English languages, and were eagerly
sought after by the populace, with hom the appe
tite for political excitement grew on what it fed upon.
From the 4th to the 11th instant, from the office of
this journal alone, about 51,000 copies were issued
of one and another kind of publication, but mostly
circulars on the subject cf the succession. This wilt
give our readers abroad something of an idea of the
native Hawaiiaus' appreciation of the influence of
RIOT OF THE QUEENITES.
The Conrt House in the Hands of a Mob
they Demand a 'Reversion of the Vote
of the Assembly, and that Emma be made
Queen Destruction of Property and Mur
derous Attack on Representatives Inter
vention by an Armed Force from Ameri
can and British Ships of war.
When the announcement was made by the Presi
dent of the Assembly on Thursday (at a few n iuutes
before 3 p. m.) that Prince lMvin Kalakaua was
elected King of the Hawaiian Islands, several at
tempts were made in the audience to cheer, but they
were promptly suppressed by the police. Some
cheering was heard from the crowd outside, but it
was mingled with yells and cries of rage from the
mob of Queenites. Orators, mostly of the "saiu
cullolet " class, were busy here and there, exciting
the passions of their hearers against the Representa
tives, for having, as they declared, voted against the
wishes of the people in making Kalakaua King.
Meantime the Committee appointed to wait on the
the Prince issued from the Court House and were
about enterinz a carriage, when &a attack wo mod
upon them by the mob. They were severely hustled,
and their clothes torn, aud were compelled to beat a
hasty retreat, re-entering the Court House from the
rear entrance. In the rush at this moment, a for
eigner, named John Foley, who endeavored to rescue
Major Moehonua (against whom the mob appeared to
be particularly spiteful) was struck by some one in
the crowd, whereupon he squared himself and struck
right and left, but only for a moment. A blow with
a stick from behind felled him to the ground and he
was jumped upon and would have been killed in all
probability, but that Major Wodehousc, the British
Commissioner, who happened to be near, forced his
way through the crowd and Btood over the man until
he was carried away, badly but not seriously hurt.
The Committee having got back inside the Court
House, the mob now surged around to the front en
trance, where with savnge yells they demanded that
the Representatives appear. Whenever one of these
was seen at an upper window, fists and sticks would
be shaken at him, and Lbi ehout went up, "Lookout
for yourself !" while the' eyes of the upturned faces
glared with demoniacal fury. Repeated attempts
were made by the Marshal and 1'eputy, and by well
known foreigners to persuade the mob to disperse
peaceably, but these attempts only seemed to still
further excite their unreasJuWflT dcc1arcJ
that they had nothing against any foreigner, buFo'iAj -
wanted to get hold of the native Representatives, to j
wreak on them their vengeance for having voted i
against Queen Emma. The situation of the mem- j
bcrs was now getting precarious, shut np unarmed in j
a building, the doors of which would yield to a mod- j
crate assault, with a howling mob without, apparently j
thirsting for their lives.
The cry was now raised by the mob (about four j
o'clock) "Break in the back doors!" tho front j
being guarded by the police. (It is proper to state j
just here, that throughout the riot, the native police f
were of little or no use.) One or two rushes, a
piece of lumber m;ed as a buttering ram, and the
folding doors yielded and the mob poured in. The
members were now mostly all in the upper portion
of the building, with several of the Ministers, Judges,
and other officials. For a time, after gaining an
entrance, the mob devoted their attention to the
destruction of property, and appeared to forget the
Representatives, while they proceeded to smash fur
niture, tear up papers and mutilate book9, in the
offices of the Attorney General, of Judge Hartwell,
Judge Widemann, the Police Magistrate, and the
Police Court Room. .Many valuable private and
some public documents were ruthlessly destroyed, of
a nature that can never be replaced. Fortunately
the records of the Supreme Court, in the Clerk's
office up stair?, were not reached by the vandals.
All the windows and most of the wfnduw-sash of the
Court House, loth above and below, were broken
with coral stones thrown by the mob or with clubs.
And now commenced the attack on the Repre
sentatives, as they were endeavoring to escape from
the building. C ubs, improvised from table and
chair legs, were freely usc-J, and that murder out
right was not accomplished can only be explained by
the number of the assailants all striking blindly at
once. A few foreigners too, were active and cour
ageous in endeavoring to recne and save the mem
bers. As it was, four wre seriously injured by
blows about the head, viz.: Messrs. Kipi and Haupu
of Hilo; Nahinu of South Kona; and Moehonua of
Honolulu. The following were bally, but not seri
ously cut an l bruised : Messrs. Lono:.ea and Birch,
of Wailoku; Kaiue and Kupihea, of Molokai; Ka-
pule, of Makawao; Koakanu, of Koloa, Kauai; and
Kakani, of Hana, Maai. We have heard of but one
person outside the Representatives who was attacked
and beaten J. Koii Unauna, a known strong parti
san of Kalakaua. Hon. W. T. Martin and his son
Hon. J. II. Martin, both members of the Assembly,
barely escaped from the mob, through the courageous
assistance cf foreign friends. A notable circum
stance throughout the whole of the riot was that
with the one exception at the beginning, no foreigner
was molc-stel, though if the rioters had not been
j;sr. yi jy a show of an armed force just at the
en they were, indiscriminate violence, robbery
and art. n would probably have rcsultel throughout
the city. i
Imraediatrly after the attack cn tho Cccmittee, aa
di.crib?d above, tome of the members suggested Uit
a..MMic bo sent for from the ships of war in the
L arbor. But it was not until further violence h I
been p-crpelrated by the mob, and they had plainly
declared their inteetion of having th live cf the
members, that the authorities consented to fr '
f. uigu Mitance. A request from the King )rel, '
an i from their Excellencies the Minister cf IVrrigti
Atlaira aud the Governor of Oahu wat male ta the
Representatives of Great Brita'n' anl the'Cn'tel
State. fir the landing cf a sufficient force fur the pro
tection c f life and property. . la a few minutes there
after a squad cf marines and sailors from the U. 8 fl
TWcorere and Fort$motk, al shortly after their
arrival, a similar equaj from H. B. M. F. TtneJur,
landed and marched np to the Court lipase and tovk
possession e.f the building and grounds. Some of the
lioters, who were actively engaged In the work of de
struction in the building, no sooner caught sight of
the armed force than they dropped their clut and
mingled with the crowd, which toon after grmdeally
dispersed. A few were arrested on the spot, but the
majority inarched cfT in triumph, shouting and hur
rahing for the ijuecin. To hr rreiJcuc they re
paired in a crowd, and saluted her ith exultant
cheers, while some of her pattisau leaders made lu
cendiary speeches. In this Connection It ahculd be
suted, that while the riot was at Its height, a mem
ber of the House cf Noble drove to the Queen's trsi.
deuce aud begged of her to go down to the Court
House and ate her personal Influence lu dispersing
the mob and preventing the spilling of blood, vth'u h
he represented as immiuent. The Queeu Is stated to
have treated this message with Indifference, as no
concern of hera. Subsequently she promised another
gentleman that she would go, but did not go. hhe
sent however, a note to be read to the rioters, which
was addressed to My People,' and was in suUtanee
to this effect : " That If they could not obtai their
desires now, perhaps they had better wait until the
morrow, when a new election for Sovereign could t-
The debris of the mob were iu full Mast at Her
Majesty 'a residence, speech-making and boasting,,
after sundown, when a file of the TVfrf marque
marched into "the yard aud dispersed them, the .liee
making one or two arrest. v
During Thursday night the foreign forces kept
jiossession of the Court House and mounted guard
the Palace, at the residence of the Governor of Oahu ,
and at the barracks, prison. Armory and the Gov
ernment offices, while a detachment of the Honolulu
Rifles was stationed at .the Powder Msgaiine. Lur
ing the night three shots are teported to have been
fired at the guard at the Court Houae, from behind
fences in the neighborhood. These were supposed to
have been from some of the rioters, who weie prowl
ing about in the darkness of the night A man was
seen skulking along by the corner of V Udor Co.'s
lumber office, but on being challenged l.y the sentry,
he disappeared. A few minutes later, the first shot
was fired from the lumber yard, followed by two
others, from different dircotioiis. There was however
no farther interruption to the quiet of the night, and
Honolulu rested under the protection of the United
States and Great Britain. :
I Writ ten for the 1. C. Advertiser, February Dili J
A new Legislature is soon to meet, a new Bovereign
to be chosen. There are two candidates for the
Throne, aud whichever one is chosen will have the
power in unison with the Legislature to win the
gratitude of the people, and promote the national
prosperity by such changes in the lnw and Consti
tution if necessary, as will promote a more rigid
econo.ny in the administrutiou, and lighten the
burden of taxation, or at least exp.end a larger por
tion of the publio funds in works of national benefit
ami less for personal interest. -.
To begin with, the salary of tho Sovereign should
be reduced to $15,000 per annum, u'ifnonf rqui.
iitft, or at most, without exemption from taxation
fur a limited amount. This is as nmcfi"a this Hinall
and poor nation with a small revenuo should ever
pay to it Hnvpreijrn. -..'
Tho head of the nation should economize as well as
the people. It would be an honor and glory for him
to do so, and this salary would still be more than
twice as large as was paid to Kaniehameha III.
The income from the crown lands should go into
the public treasury and their management le lu
the hands of the Minister of Finance.
The four depart msnts of Foreign Relations, Inte
rior, Finance and Law (Attorney General), should
be held and administered by two persons, with the
same salaries to each, as are now paid to the head cf
esch department, say $5,000. Thus $10,000 would
be saved in the Ministerial Department. The sala
ries of clerks and inferior cfuoers should not be
diminished ; but perhaps the number scattered
throughout the islands might be. Fair pay and full
work should be the principle.
The entire receipts of the year commencing April
let, 1810, and ending March 31st, 1&17, were esti
mated at $110,000, and the expenses at $100,00).
In 1812, when Dr. Judd entered the Government
service, the debts were $100,000. In 1840, with
this comparatively small revenue, it had all been
paid! Tho military appropriation, except a small
one for national courtesies should, be discontinued.
j--bai that the national expenses can be
It is not suppw-.. tL.i.cti...
reduced to their old stanultu, "Jin U.tfina Uki-a"
ought to be greatly reduced, and in the opinion of a
great many competent persons they ought to be
reduced in the particulars above mentioned. The -Judiciary
Department could doubtless be so remodeled
as greatly to reduce its expenses without sacrificing
its efficiency. For thirty years salaries and expenses
ua,e een incrtaiing, whilst the people have been
decrtating. Then the expenses were- about $1.00
for each man, woman and child; now they are about
$9.00 for each man, woman and child.
If tho Sovereign and the Legislators truly and
sincerely desire the perpetuity, the prosperity, the.
independence of the nation they will cut down the
exjenses. It can be done, and whero the will exists
a way can be devised and it should bo done without
loss of time. The pay also of the members of tb
Legislature should be reduced to what it was before
the last advance. And there should be no sinecures,
and no pensions not based upon justice and tbn
conformed to the strictest economy to the revenue.
A rigid reform in national economy Is demanded,
and if the Sovereign and Ministry and Legislature
sincerely desire the good of the nation, they will
show it by their acts, and be more in earnest to
promote the public good than personal emolument.
Thirty years ago the expenses were $100,000, end
the native population about 100,600. Now the
native population is about 50,000 and the expenses
about $150,000, making an absolute Increase of 450
per cent, in the expenses, but when compared with
the actual population, then and now, 000 per cent.
,Yow there is more actual labor in the revenue
department than then, and a larger force is required;
but then the Government was in process of organiza
tion with outside complications, and the labors of the
Ministerial and law departments were greater than '
now. The statements about expenses and population
are not exact; but reference to official reports will
show them to lo nearly correct, and the urgent
necessity of the reform called lor.
The native population of the islands by estimate
and census have, at various times, been as follows :
ITT9, Estimated 1 1 Cook
" by Missionaries ,
M, . 71,019 "
12, Qffic.al Census.
13, " .
1850, " .
ISM, " " .
JHOO, " .
" M .
1S72, " .
Captain Cook's estimate Las been supposed to be
too large, bat if the ratio of decrease from 1779 to
1832 was as great as from 1832 to 1872, in propori
tion to the number of years and inhabitants, it was
remarkably correct; but when we consider the nu
merous wars of the first period, and the fatar pesti
lence about the commencement of the present oentury,
it wculd seem to - an under estimate. -