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i7i."ox.cxr. Ai.vcurra, isn.
3r T 1rr'k a0038!,'"". on account
ssf tbe arrlraJ aad defertare cf the two tteatues, and
ciMTisc tf tie Faaeoberg and the Jordan, al
iWjAii (jtaxUlT of Rpn itirr9 ebore la
rey rail, btirj ten time 4W tout. Generally at
tUt mm of the jear the California steamer alone
ithim pcrh. This tbowinj.hoirtrcr.doM sot
Mime that ntntolx abort in our crop I, bat the
Wkwaratren of tbe mm, occasioned by to ranch
wrlirr. has kept the cane Inn maturing at early
as foJ. ana made it inrpoMible to grind to any ad
sretsUg : Wf bat no M bad a tearing on trade
pesaeraay . aae cfeetaly "h Blaster! and agents,
fcee tfc aituim are so heavy at thit teuon and
frgt tBHi laming fersrard ta meet tbem.
2S jlaataHots are nearly aH at wort and sugars
WLdt forward freely. TTe may expect,
aseah sareteiary weather, u get fully 1,000 torn daring
Ac Jtargaret OrfcVard clean to-raorrow for San
Tusinia. a2 tbe D. C Murray will tall on the 11th
'31k Caattehew 3s rp fer Sydney, and the Eobert
ttna U taadssg fir Vaseearer'a Island.
Tba ferstiab abas TOBiam Le Lacbear from London,
Y&ene Beberts is dee fmn Hnmbaldt with a
carg T Xcdweed Umber. Oar adricet from Hum
aeeti stress be Jasaary Gib. Tbey bare advanced
to l l ssf leaher fmn 52 to $e per il, and the de
Tinr Sear Mmd if grealaar than ilbat been for a
vearfMC V tears tbatXartbwtst bat also advanced
a tjtofc yianrain market.
I OUT OI' 11UAULLLL.
3l I hi MwC X Was, Bar rasa. IS days from Gaaoo
.ef-Ktac wdays Irani Ooeaa ii no,
MTeeuic Srkb jkueaaii, and Jbrtl
Mcrra fceaa Lthalns. -Active and Hary
tassTl Imsmv. Lucas, IK days from Im-
mm SkMslaa, Slsi. m zrom liuut
stm-rraboM Hunks. X rceuuer, to crux,
ateJtsaaay r waaJ.
4naaswlinv Iw a . joaaiMaaai lar aiam,
'! Mil lllfl I J ' - ir-i-fr)
at Ian i Mi.nTaiw.nr. for San rriacu, Kfcn
"i Tl I'f lar Uhuaa, iluj Ijt Uaaaii, and
. fr Sena aad Intermediate
r tUsaie Ut KaoaL
waw a r Jirfit. Ivrrr. far ean rraadMO, Am
I iiai In A MUtatc. Catbcarl, far IwlUod,
uta br KtMias, ana J tetania lor Maui.
Fur aacttoW aa4 rr CHr Metboorne, Jan 26.
mt Mm TayW. Jaa t Bechiu. if
. Hha itteL J tT Eohutte.
, I Mhaa, 11 S rainreatber, JIiu L
rJtBiaaij.JCMerrai, J T JiLrun, A Lata.
m Hint -f - -
titiffin Prfiaalt. iMaa, GbMu: Ter, Maixtnaie.
aaasaHwa, aaaaii. aatna w. i Knui, v.'i
itM emras i:; Mjpuv, ana es en iww
l MtJut A rarattrs. Jan 51. J it flan-
i C M. Waaa. left Uona)ala on the
far Maaat lUaad, aad arrired there on
Lett aa Ike CS!h far Eaderbnrji
ejaaltwltoralefmeoar. SaHed on the U of
riaemjtaT T - TJ ' 1 Leftf-
Hi 1 laTili "' -" - j.-ii-i
aafateeaVeaiaaaaf atoaasa dar Hr Ilanalsla, arriringbere
eatotaaa,toiaaai awle tfee jaM i IS daja. IVaaab
eal aa a,fw Wn PI uiatl- Bad M reoftn from the
: tW esneer aaa crew of the German blp
aa ii li i n Baket'a bland an IbelAhef Dec
Irrmfi Ittaxa Xareat The fettawhu; ft the Hit of
t laaaed fu at Hewtaad1 Itltad, from the
I Sa Tiitwraaer. tafether with other
, farwiaeh wearelDdrete4tothefe-
. wtja anteed tore n the TTard. German tbin
i .,,iia ta S Uts -Hk ISM torn; Britlth lark Fa-
weaSar haX ta K Oafa Ilea tae. German Mp Soto
leM la U f wem IN Mci. American bark. Annie W.
Vaeaas aaMai UjaUf, ttn Ua taat; American ihlp
Miisa.f litta HJaajewteh !(: German bark Tere
a kwaeita T eVtre wteh a taaa; American Mp Eejnard
ani ea af with mj terns. Sane of the Teueb were
atjfaa-tAalaasrer iTnmat a board ta a barter space of
tSata tan Mtors, wlarh was ewtag U the faTerable
a i m. (aa Ueh eST Itereafcer. whBe the ship Bernard
'waalaaasatv wSBts the wtot taaderua from the aectheaet. a
Haj niaaftsea tha aesthweat, wbich worked rapidly
a'aaslaltiaa4a heaey aarf'haTiaf; beea rnanlnr for 14
taw. WM aw Mat: aad eoated ta ret her underway.
TO ttoaMaaT almiil m asl a aprtsf. cat the ship ta head
Xinr.aaataetaa are-aaVaft saMs. chorUy after retting
atairae. aa. aad waste tae boats were ateorside. thegtJe
satm.atoTniil watb aaab Unt as ta lay ber oxer Ull tier
Tsda aajaa iei wteh ta water. The weather beine rtoodr
aaslptwajassahssark.ltwM aat deemed pradeat to Veep too
saw aafto toad, aa tali aJTaadaa voder etoee-reeta, and In
i af tjiiaila Boa (the rapertzteadast) and his
ai itdl a Uad. tti'T were carried to sea.
i aaeh Tiseeaee daring the next day, that
1 the ship cooed carry, wu the ttaln-topMil
'nMrwaatber eaattned etelent nntil the J5th,
i Ki ash ater.gfhtalBg aad rain. While running fer
satMiaa ae tha 1Mb. the wsather baTlng moderated con
rkVnalLrtM tsji the svaoreagioey of UswUod'i Island,
weassjttyentetw carrted by the enrrrat a dutance of 65
uJa,. IrVrV jfto eaia al eaeamaaicaled with Hewlamfs Island
e lejweaded 10 Baker's Island, where she com.
Itaeiag thirty days and a half, 5700 tone of
waa aaaad at vfewtaBsTft, and during the time between
3H a Ml af baltart were (lischarged, which fires aa
Kim af lbs m alrb I till wbarh tnaineee is eondncted under
For nearly tea years, the shore
i pdeto beesi the eaty teriaas break op cf the rrg
adar Paaa i blati toe eaenned at the ttlandt betonrlng to the
AaasrleaaStauatea When the gale rabsUed the trades re
eaaaed their essaal acasrse and pleasant weather was expe
itaeawd sap ta the 7 at? Jasaary.
i er Banns. Tha partkslsrs of the
laBesJaMsaeaaee,4as far aa we bare beea able to ascertain,
sue as Mia a i: Tha Ledbig arrleed at Baker's Island on the
Saabaf pasl n aad aamBcaced loading on the 3d of Decern
tox. was tea weather aad wind E?E nntil the 10th. At
we ear thai etay tbe wted hasted ta the southwest, with
toary i ali ard aaae ef the SMorlaga, which allowed
ttoajiaanttaswteg aa ahera. broadside an, hat was held ee
ejeaehya luafead. tha wnal haewisg in-afctre, which preTent
adaaahtssisasl At Hi aretock ta lie morning of the ISh, a
wery toary !, whh tao. strsck the Teasel, parting the
efteaBt smarter, aad the ship twang oc ta the rocks. The
xaaaste weateeertbesaae ebartlj after she etmck aad after find
tag abas aesaagcoaidba dasa, the ship commcsciag to break
tarn, aa tosdi tell her aad made aa attempt to reach the abort,
to eteesgawhaVk was attended wits, great diScn!tytwD of
tbarr an drowned, the tody of cwebemg afterward recor
seed, aat aha taat aad leg of the other, tha rest of the body
tostag feerei eatea to abarks. The Uecig at the time the
w aaa Sahara tod atoaa IPO tons cf gnaso on board. Nothing
asaasa,avdxroaB the wreck except tha chronometer aadafew
Xxran ar fter Tat. Ix lAcatrx, Laeas master. This Tet
eei Wfl itha tVwae en the 4th cf Sefttetaber, aad expisienced
swagh wiallws an! caaitrajy wtaJa t the English Cbanoel on
tlaal.sgsto lisaroa. rrota tience. a sooreaaioa of light
auaVU the evaalar. whkb was cxxxmmm! oo the luh of Ocl'r,
ta rcanpacy wttl tarre r.aet ot Teasels. Bad fine eseUheaet
tradaa. IYsx. HSoaith,taBg. & treat in the Atlantic,
be tha aaase Untade In tha TaciSc aad taauj;. V treat, Uowed
wry toara- xoaam tha ireatward, daring which lost tereral
aatWaad ijee ymid. Jtob thence ta tha etnator. which was
uiaissaflJsatsaryH.'saUaaaaarate wiada. Shortly after cross,
ii tb Baa. lie cmrjlr gst acrtoc3 liorrJ while at work
an efstr. asd xarrawly escaped baring h!a tegt brokta.
Trsca 3o awwia to t3 arti, had aU three skysaOi set for a
, racitiijrf itrcca Uja wKhoct atarting tietn. FroatOO
svortl wrtfl reacUg Use iaUad. b4 rrry cnaettled wpartrr.
t 1st. T IT aortk, keg. 10 wt, Brit
hah btp lawTtsaew. 31 days trnss Ttyaomth. Xagland, bonsd
taCaleaBa? trt lot. SWaartb.loeg.r1' west, Brit-
ah sSiip EesoSa! Sate SI dart troa undao, bound to Jfew
Xeatoad. eifhudtto tstacdf Kasd ca frldsr. Jas.Slh.
aad ssrsaed at this ort oa Eamdae after a passage of MS dajs.
JTYosa CceRa IUa2. pnr Koai rcke, Jaa 36. .
Scsret ahrfped tar aarrrrsrs ef O S Saginaw.
FarAactca and Sytneyprr CSty of Meaoorae, Jaa28. .1
ralaaaz asexnaae xecaosca w
Tae sT forsicB vrodasa.
CuaSrr,sts. 2S9 Assted Jti pkgt,
at.ael. nS J
- i. i. cSMatWI
wtk. taMtami a n
i It mu i fem.
For Saa rracdsco, fa Motes Taylor, Jan is.-
Betel Leal bxs
II Idea, dry A frees
eheepeUnt, bdls k n'brt K
tre,cs f ft.
cogsr, aegs ,
Yaloa Toretrn Frodncc t3L7Sl OS.
Talne Domestic Produce $24,751 85,
Tor rortland, per Jane A Falkenberg. Jaa 30.
Artificial Flowers, a
9 Sngar, kegs
cl Polo, bales
1 Sice, bags
1 Salt, tons
Talus Foreign Produce J30S.
Value Domestic Produce. ...?23,64S 34.
Tor Baa rraaelaco per A V Jordan. Jan 31.
Boat. -3 Paddy, lbs, - 49,114
Cranberries, bbls, "21 Polu, Sis, S 6.741
Hides, plecea, SSSSBgtr.As, - J 53,112
Jdolaaaea. galls ,,715
Talne of domestic prod oca $3,944.39
Talne of foreign produce 11L32
Fluuei of the Moon for Feimary, 1B71,
raxraaxn ar cart. naxrxL en fa.
H0.NOLCLC MEAN TIME.
Feb. Sth, mil Moon 3 30 4 AH
Fen. 15th, Last Quarter.. ISlll
Feb. lth, New llono 3 17 4 ax
Feb. 57th, 1st Quarter. 0 '111
TIME 8DS EISISG AND SETTING.
lit. Sun Riv 0 41 ax Son SeU 1 47 rx
th. Sun Rises 6SS.....unSets 5 50 ..
lath. Sun Rises B 34 San Sets S M .
SJd. Snn Kin. 030 Snn Sets 5 58 ..
Ssth, San Rises 02 San Seta. 601 ..
Hxb Ex. R. Keclieolani, Gorerneia of Hawaii,
took passage on the steamer KJIanca on Monday
afternoon, for Kona, Hawaii.
TheTT. S. S. Ktacc, tails lo-dss (or Stn Francis
co. The achooner Margaret Crockard alto sails to
day tor San Francisco, and 111 lake the mill
The lease, for seven years, of the property known
as the "Big Tree," In the district of Ewa, was sold
on Satoaday by C. S. Bartow, and purchased by Cap
tain Meek for $205 a year.
Masoxic. The regular monthly meeting of Ha
waiian Lodge. No. 21, .F. 4 A, M., will be held at
their Lodge Room, Makee's Betiding, on Monday
erenlng next, the 6th insL, at 7 o'clock.
The benefit to the Sick Fond of the Fire Depart
ment at the Royal Hawaiian Theatre by Mr. C. Derby,
Proprietor, on Wednesday evening last, amounted to
$192.00, it being the gross receipts of the home, no
deductions being made for any expense whaterer.
The ship William Le Lacbear, Capt. Lucas, arriv
ed on Sunday from Luudun, with a can:o of Euro
pean goods, selected expressly for the island trade,
and imported by John T. Watcrbouse, Etq. The
ladies' goods comprise a magnificent assortment,
and will be ready for inspection in a day or two.
Os Friday, a native boy named Kaili, living near
tbe Station-bouse, died of lock-jaw, which was tbc
result of bavins: run a splinter Intd his foot, which,
nben taken out, measured over two inches In length.
The accident occurred ten days previously, and,
strange to say, tbe splinter was In tbe boy's foot till
tbe day before be died, without any one knowing It
until a physician was called in to cximlne the foot
We clip tbe following from ifoyiri IIVcMy; "The
death of Queen Emma, of tbe Sandwich Islands,
who tiMtcd this country a few years ago, Is an
nounced by tbe Jir.ama Star." We are bappy to
state that Her Majesty, Queen Emma Is now on
Kanai, enjoying excellent health. Tbe report from
the ranama Star probably originated from the notice
of tbe death of Queen Ealama, which occurred on
the 0tb of September last.
Tnx bark Comet arrived at San Francisco Jan.
13th, twelve days hence, having made the quickest
passage from this port that has been accomplished
by any sailing vessel for years. Tbe wind hauled to
south-east during the afternoon of her salllnir,
which piobably carried ber out of tbe trades into
strong westerly winds. She was to sail again Jan.
IStb, and ought to be here by the latter part of this
week. Our next mail will be received by ber.
The clipper schooner Kate Lee, Capt. Joe West,
on berlast trip made tbe extraordinary run from
this port to Hilo, In S6 bouts, which is a passage
that has not been beaten, if equalled, of late years,
and Is ccrtaloly equal to steamer time. One of tbe
crew had tbe fingers of one band taken oQ with
tbe main-sheet, which he was handling carlessly.
The captain attended tobim.and by tbe time the Tea
sel returned here the man's band was nearly well.
The Liebio. Tbc only partl;ulars w bleb, we have
been able to learn in regard to the German sblp
Lleblg, which went ashore recently at Baker's Is
land, will be found In our shipping colnmn. From
some cause which we are unable to fathom there
seems to be a great reluctance on tbc part of tbe offi
cers of the vessel to give particulars of the disaster.
It Is a courtesy generally extended to the press by
As accident, happily unattended with any se
rious consequences, occurred on Saturday forenoon
last A wagon, containing a woman and two
children, was coming down Fort Street, and tbe
horse being tnroed sharply on tbe corner of King
Street, 4he vehicle came In contact with the curb
stone, was upset, and its freight precipitated into
tbe street The children were slightly bruised, and
tbe woman escaped with no other Injury than a se
The Dcke or Edisbukg. By tbe latest advices,
we learn that H. B. M.'s thlp Galatea is stationed at
Auckland, and that her Royal Commander is enjoy
ing himself amazingly in that city. Tbe officers of
the Galatea gave a concert in aid of a charity, lately,
in which Hit Royal Highness took part, and the
affair turned out a great success. The Hon. Elliot
Vorke appeared as Hamlet at the Prince of Wales
Theatre, also for tbe benefit of a local charity, on
tbe evening previous to the departure of tbc steamer
for this place;
Sheep Si.avoutek. We are informed that during
tbe past two or three weeks, a number of sheep be
longing to tbe slaughter-houses at Eobololoa, have
been -killed by the dogs which prowl around the
place at night Last week, seventeen cheep ont of
a flock of twenty-eight, were killed In one night, and
on Sunday nlgbt, seven or eight were killed In an
other pen. The owners of the slanghter-bocses
have very properly (riven notice that tbey will here
after kill any dog found on the premises without an
Ax Extbaobdisart Phenomeon. A corre
spondent of an Auckland paper, writing from tbe
Thames, tells of an extraordinary appearance in tbe
sky, which was seen there on the 1st of .December.
He compares Ihe phenomenon to a bar or heated
Iron, wedge-shaped, which, to the eye, appeared
some fifteen feet in length, and varying from
eighteen inches at Its base to some' three or four
Inches at its point It traversed tbe heavens from
north to south. The natives ate of tbe belief that
it is a sure jjrecureor oT war on tie Islands.
Defabtcse or tbe Steamess. The City of Mel
bourne took ber departure for Auckland at midnight
on Thursday last, with a limited number of patten
gets. When the Teasel got outside tbe reef, a num
ber of stotr-avrayi were found on board, who were
sent ashore la the pilot-boat, minus their wardrobes
through tbe attempt to get a free passage. The
Moses Taylor left for San Francisco at half-past four
o'clock on Saturday afternoon, having on board a
large number of peMtBjjers, among- whom were the
officers aad crew of the Saginaw. On the steamer
leaving tbe wharf, tbe man-of-war's-men gave two
rounds of hearty cheers, as a ptrting tribute to the
crowd of spectators who assembled to see them of
Careless Riding. On Monday last, two horse
men, one coming op Alakea St, the other going
along Hotel St, were riding at rather a fei rate,
and both Teaching tho corner at the
their hones came in violent edition wHh each
other. Ote of tbe riders was unseated, when his
foot caught In the stirrup, and he was dragged in
this position several yards. Lacklly, however, He
retained his beM of the rets, aad sraxeetM ta
stopolne the Mrieawi'tt THvtrresa be-iin he had ua.
taiued aurWry. ' ,lfcis careless practise ef ridfag
aroaad corners; iiHMi we sage noticed ea store
than one occmIm, Aould certaisl? be pot a step
to. In the lutaaee tm have rcUted, had not the
horse beea a tstvettrble sse, tbe rider might hare lest
The Awitoal.Pabade of the Fire Department will
take place next Friday. Tbe virions companies, with
their tDtchlnes, will arsemble at ten o'clock, op
posite the house of Engine Company No. 2 and
form a line. From thence they will paiade tbrosgh
tbe principal streets of the city, escorted by tbe
band. After tbe parade, the different companies
will partake of collation at their rooms, to which
they have invited a number of their friends to assist
We notice that some of the New Zealand papert
have copied from a Melbourne paper tbe statement
that the Mr. Wm. Nellson who made the contract
with Mr Vogel, In behalf of Mr. Webb, of New
York, and tbe North Pacific Transnporatlon Com
pany, is identical with Mr. jielsoo McCann, who.
some four years s0, figured prominently in tbe
political and crlntteal calendar of the Province of
Victoria. The extract saya that Mr. McCann waa
formerly of tbe Legislative Assembly, but later, of
tbe Jail of Geelong. We are able to state, upon the
authority of a gentleman who knew McCann, and
who saWMr. Neltson when bs was here, that tbey
are entirely dlfiercut personages, Mr. Nellson bear
ing only a slight resemblance to tbe former person;
besides, we believe be has been connected with tbe
Mta for a longer period than has elapsed since the
difficulties of McCann, in Victoria.
Engine Company No. 1 held their monthly drill
on Fort Street, on Saturday afternoon latt, during
which several mishaps occurred. A lady and gen
tleman were driving np tbe street in a buggy, and
on nearing tbe hosemen, tbe horse took fright and
swerved on to tbe sidewalk, narrowly escaping col
lision with a veranda-post Several of tbe firemen,
however, grasped the reins, and led the animal out
of danger. Another Incident, of a more laughable
nature, also occurred. A nnmber of boys bad
grouped themselves together, and were witnessing,
with loud manifestations of delight, tbe volume of
water that issued from the nozzle, of the hose, and
shot high in tbe air. Suddenly tbe hose burst right
in front of tbem, and a deluge of water streamed
into tbeir midst, wbich bad the effect of thoroughly
soaking and dispersing them.
The ignorance wbich prevails In the Colonics and
elsewhere, in regard to this Kingdom was never
better illustrated than In a conversation that occur
red the other day between one of our citizens and a
passenger who had arrived from New Zealand br
the City of Melbourne. Tbe straoger expressed
surprise at seeing "such a flourishing town In this
out of the way place," but -what appeared to be be
jond bis comprehension more than anything else,
was tbe bigb state of civilization prevailing among
tbe natives. From what little be bad beard, be said
he "expected to hare seen a host of painted sav
ages on landing, a. la ZlaorL" "Instead ot this,"
he said, "I was besciged by a number of courteous
natives, not for the purpose of tomahawking me,
but vielng with each other as to who should earn a
quarter by carrying my luggage." "But I suppose,"
he continued, "although tbey are so civil iu town,
it would be unsafe to venture alone in the country
anion; tbe triU kanakas !" Our townsman Inform
ed him that there were none of the latter species
here, that he had left tbem all behind when he took
his departure from New Zealaud. The stranger at
once got a horse and rode out as far as the Pall.
Wailcku, Jan. 24, 1871.
Editor of the Ilairailan GautteOekB. Sir: Will
you do a large portion of the community a favor by
publishing tbe following statements In regard to tbe
East Maul Female Seminary at Makawao i
Tbc buildings for tbe Seminary are now nearly
completed; and there is a prospect that teachers
will soon be secured, and that there will be little
more delay In openlng the institution fur pupils.
Tbe buildings are of two ample stories, with a
spacious basement aud attic They consist of a
commodious school-room, three large sleeping rooms
for pupils, (and the attic can also be used for this
purpose. If necessary,) a dining room for pupils, and
one for the family and boarders; three good rooms,
with closets, tor teachers; a parlor, sewing room,
two pantries, with a commodious kitchen; a recep
tion room, a recitation room, two batb rooms, halls,
&c There are five cisterns for water, and tbe ar
rangements for securing a supply of good water are
perfect There is also a convenient amount of ve
randa. Tbe situation is sightly, commanding fine Tlews
of two seas, West Maul and Haleakala. The climate
is cool and bracing, and rambling privileges are un
surpassed. There are about twenty acres of good
land In tbe school lnclosure, for gardens and raising
All piaise Is due to tbe workmen who bare con
structed the building, which is in good taste through
out, although absolutely nothing bas been allowed
for ornament everything for nse. There have been
used In Its erection about 80,000 feet of lumber,
G2.000 shingles, about twenty barrels of lime, &c,
&c. There are In it filly-three doors and fifty-six
windows. The ventilation Is free. The building bas
cost between six thousand and seven thousand
But here we must put In a gentle reminder that
tbe institution Is, asyet, almost wholly unfurnished.
There is not a table, seat, or bench; no kitchen
furniture, in fact, nothing but a building, with slight
exceptions. The whole has been done by voluntary
contributions, In which tbe Government shares.
Almost all who have dealt with as have been gener
ous. In some Instances, tbe trOI to tuitcribt has been
present, but how to perform tbey have not found.
It Is to be hoped tbey will now come forward to tbe
breach and fill tbe gap. We are In debt about $1,000,
aud for this, and the furnishing of tbe institution,
we venture again to appeal to Its friends, hoping we
shall not need again. ,
We here exhibit tbe By-Laws and the fundamental
principles on which tbc School will be conducted:
1. The great design of tbe Institution Is to train
tbe pupils to the performance.of those duties wbich
will be required of them in those situations in life
to which tbey may he called.
2. Moral and religions training will, of course, be
considered or first Importance. The study of tho
Bible, and tbc practice of its precepts, will have
3. Next tbe domestic training will be the business
of the School. ' Needle-work, as-required in dally
life, house-work In all its branches of cooking,
cleaning, washing and ironing, will be learned by
4. The literary course will consist of the English
language,-a thorough training In all tbe branches
usually taught In common schools, and of such
other branches as opportunity will allow.
5. Physiology, as applied to personal habits and
the law's of health, will have careful attention. Ex
ercise and employment will be required dally, as It
Is believed that, without them, it is impossible lo
maintain health and vigor, either of mind or body.
6. One great aim will be to train the pupils for
society. Self-control, regard for the good of others,
especially of those with whom tbey daily associate,
and an interest in whatever tends to the welfare of
the community, will be diligently inculcated. Al
though It will be the aim to make each pupil feel
individual responsibility, yet It is hoped that It will
not tend to individualism of a selfish or self-seeking
kind,.bnt that they may work as a community, each
performing her work as such.
By-Law tf East Haul Rtaajt Seminary.
L The Principal shall have full and entire control
of tbe Institution, subject only to tbe Board of
2. Pupils may be received to the number of fifty,
from tbe age of eight years to that of eighteen. The
Principal has tbe power to reject any applicant
3. The admittance fee shall be paid to the Treas
urer, or to seme tine deputed by him, quarterly,
ttrictl'J tit aefesRfe. For those who sit at the teach
ers' table, the yearly fee is ISO; for those who sit
at the common table, (30.
i. Pupils wik furnish their own clothing, beds
and bedding, books and ataUesery, aad pay their
own doctors' biHs. j -
Sl AH pajails wHl be rewsM' le awMt lo house
work, as the P.-itKjijaaraaif. wletL Jfcsqr -wflj aaeo
exercise or work hi tte afmt art, sat, at Jar; two
boars, whea the wetthfr wffl (mimtl: , ,-, ,
. 6. NomuH is to levsa the tiwmm -ttseot -urttb
lAJke psrmrseteH of the frlBcipai, or is swsBpaar with
t& MbKitMl tcacbecj .
I r. Frieads wiB he Admitted al the etiecretkm ol
8. Tle Oatertr S to be strictly sobordlaate to the
Trineifati, atsi retPontiMe to the Treaanrer.
9. There ssaaH be sot less tha a twelve weeks va-
cation dariBtr each year;, to be divraed by the Pria
ciptl, is eesjoocttari with tbe Board ef Trutee.
In behalf of the Board of Trustee, E. IjAirjrr.
A Dakins PrcssUn 8ft. Jit Conrcelles. a short
time since, tbe Gardes Mobile discovered a German
spy on the top of a very high house. He was s man
In military uniform, holding a bfue flsur In one band
and a red one In the other, aud 'wearing In front ut
him a long apron painted a dull red, with tbe nar
row white markings to resemble tbe brickwork of
the neighboring chimneys, between which he was
crouched. He bad been observed waving the flags
In question, and bad thus become the target of the
Gardes Mobile, all of whom, however, fired wide of
tbelr mark. In an instant he slid down the long
slated roof, and clinging to the stone cornice, had
dropped to the Iron balcony beneath and disappeared
through one of the windows. Tbe Garde Mobile
at once obtained admission to the bouse a very
large one, with apparently all its apartments occu
piedwhich they searched from top to bottom for
upwards of an hour, without, however, encounter
ing the slightest trace of the daring Prussian officer,
for such be was pronounced to be, who had sig
naled to his comrades in a populous quarter of
Paris in broad daylight
The Missino Scottish NobLe. An application
was recently made to the Collector of Customs in
Boston for the papers of the schooner Hera, which
it was thought would assist in establishing the Iden
tity of the mate, George Osborne, with the- missing
Earl of Aberdeen. Tbe documents, containing a
list of the crew that sailed from Boston on the 21st
of January of this year, and the elgnature of "George
Osborne," have been photographed. In accordance
with Instructions received from Washington, and
tbe originals have been or will shortly be dispatched
to the proper authorities In England. It is right to
say, however, that the statement which has been
made In regard to everything Uepending on the arti
cles In question, is entirely Incorrect; tbe document
Is merely one In a bnndrcd otber papers that are
aow in the possession of the legal gentlemen en
gaged In tbe case, containing the missing Earl's
signature. The circumstances of the case are well
known to tbe public Tbe late Earl, a genial and
accomplished young man, and bearing a high reputa
tion for gentlemanly condnct, was slightly eccentric,
and two or three years ago he left home with the
avowed determination to travel. He came to Amtr
Ica, visited t3c greater portion of It, wrote charming
letters of description and of American peculiarities,
and in January last he shipped on board the schooner
Hera, (bound to Melbourne and China,) whi"re he
nominally assumed tbe duties of mate. On tbe
sixth day out be fell overboard and was drowned.
It Is to identify the George Osborne who was drown
ed, with the George Osborne who was seen, and was
well known by gentlemen in various parts of the
country, that a Scotch commissioner and one or two
legal gentlemen are now in Boston. There Is ranch
nnccttalnty in thc-casc, but tbe greatest precaution
Is exercised In resard to testimony, as the succes
sion to the estate of tbe late Earl, and to bis seat In
the House of Lords, depends upon the matter.
Boston Journal, Dec. 107A.
KINNEY PULEWIA In Honolulu, on Saturday evening.
January SSth, by Bet. II. It. Tarker, Mr. A. J. Kinney to
LOT SXIFFIJf In Honolulu, Saturday evening, January
SStb, by Ser. it. II. Parker, Mr. Lee Loy, of this city, to Miss
Mary Snlffiu, of Makawao, Maui.
COOPER O'NEILL In this city, on Sunday evening, Jan,
S2d, at tbe residence of tha bride's parents, by tbe Reverend
Father Hermann, Mr. Henry Cooper to Miss Kate W. O'Neill.
BROWN In this city, on tbe erenlng of January 58, 1871,
after a long and pslnfnl illness, Mr. Edward Brown, aged 72
years. Deceased wss a nstire of Ireland, aud bad been a resi
dent of these Islands for forty-two years; be leares a wife
and family to mourn the lore cf a kind and faltbfnl bnsbsnd
and father. r Bton and London papers please copy.
MELCHERS December i, 1S71, at Bremen, Germany, A.
F. Melcbers. after a long lllneas. In former years Mr. Met
chers was a transient resident here.
W. 31. WALLACE,
Sill, Rent and Note Collector. Also, General
At C. S. Bartow's Sates Room, Honolulu, II. I. Terms rea
sonable, and Business promptly attended to. Office bouri,
9 to 10 a. M,
Rtrituccs A. F. Judd. Esq , C S. Bartow, Esq., Ira
Blrbardton, Esq.. Mrsars. Blsck t Auld. 3 3m
CASTLU &. COOKE,
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise,
Shipping and Commission Merchants, No. SO King Street,
Honolulu. 52 ly
A GENTLEMAN TKOM MELUOUKNE,
Australia, with nineteen years experience In
banking and mercantile business, also in sheep farm
ing, is desirous of employment. Good Colonial baii
ncss connections and testimonials. Address F. C. 0.
care of W. L. Green, Esq.
Consulate of France.
TN CONSEQUENCE OP THE SUPPItES
J eion of tbe Cbcncelery of the Consulate, the
French Commissioner will attend personally, at his
residence, to all consular acta which his compatriots
may require. Persons who have written communica
tions addressed to him, are requested to deposit them
either at tho Consulate of Italy, or in Pott OSes box
3-3 THEODORE BALLIEU.
SUGAR PLANTATION FOR SALE
WAIOIIIWU, KAir, HAWAII.
THIS PLANTATION CONSISTS OF EIGHTEEN
ftres in Fee Simple, with a lease of ISO acres of
good Sugar land, 65 acres of which is planted with
cane, to be taken off in November, tbe yield being es
timated at two tons per acre. There is a good dwell
ing house on the premises", with sugar-house, boiling
house, sojar-mill with hone-power, the whole forming
a good Sugar Plantation, which may be enlarged if
necessary. For further particulars, apply to
On tbe premises, or
WALKER 4 ALLEN,
- ZAt Honolulu.
Land & Cattle on jhe Island of Hawaii
f ItHE LARGE AND VALUABLE LAND OF KA
JL huku, situated in tbe District of Kau, Island of
Hawaii, with seren hnndrcd and forty head of Cattle.
There are supposed to be in this land One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand acres, a portion of which is good
grating laud, and suitable for cattle and theep. The
land abounds hi Pufu, it beiog considered tbe best
pula station on the Island. A person it ready to
lease tbe goat run for $200 per annnm for a term of
years, the whole forming a good opportunity for in
vestment. For particulars apply to
J. W. Ansnx.
3-4 1. Honolulu.
For Sale, bythe Undersigned,
ONE sTUICE PTTMP,
PRINCIPALLY OF BRASS, 10-INCH
diameter and from' 12 to 18 inches stroke, with
cast iron tank attached, " Glasgow make." lhe
above it suitable for a large sited sugar mill.
3-2 HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Firemen Attention !
THE ANNUAL PARADE OF THE HONOLULU
Firs Department, will take place -on Friday the
3id instant The several Companies are requested to
assemble in the square opposite tbe Engine House of
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2. at 10 o'clock A. x. in full
uniform with their several apparatus.
CHAS. T, GULICE,
Secty. H. F.D.
Honolulu, Feb. 1st, 1871.
Fire. Company's Parade.
E00K AND LASBES'S, ATTENTIOK!
OF HOOK AJfB L.U).
. DBS C0C
ar.aaiaeed ta4t, in Mi
af e'stoesca. at.; m-AMst
is 3d of Perexy. " '
- . ... J-jy; HOMPHBBre, gee'y.
Attention, Ingise Company Ifs. 2.
THBRE WILL BK A UNIF-ORM
meetrsg on this (Wednesday) aTeatag
.far the eseetiea ef oAeers.
y order of the FOREMAN.
CHAIN CABLES. All sues, from J to 1M
iaea, ia Bood or daty paid. For sale bar
2 - B0LL8S A CO.
Royal Hawaiian Theatre
CHAS. DERBY PROPRIETOR.
MR. DERBY has the honor to announce that hs has In
duced tbe CELEBRATBO TBAESBIANS
Together with hit talented wife,
(Late Miss 31111 y Fainter, of tha Loudon Theatres.)
who arrived from tbeir triumphant toar throogh tha Colo
nies, on tbeir way to San franefseo, to remaia in Honolulu
for one month and give some of tbeir Shakesperlau perform
ances. The fame which these artists hsva enjoyed all over
the world, speaks for Itself; without Indulging In farther cx
plsnatlons. ADMISSION-Dresa Circle, $1; Beterved Seats, tl M;
ParQuette,!3c; Pit, 40.
Doors open at performance commences at 8 o'clock.
JBsr- The Theatre will open on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturdays, without ftIL . 3-
Tea Sealer, Coffee Boaster and
Has received per Moses Taylor,
The Usual Assortment of
CALIFORNIA PRODUCE !
A FRESH SUPPLT EXPECTED
Fer Bark Comet daily, !
03NT XX-A. 3NT TD
A FEW PRIME YORK HAMS IN FINE ORDER
Westphulia Hams of the Latest
3Eoir tsctlo "toy
3-2 St Fort Street.
THEO. H. DAVIES
FOR SALE THE CARGO
OF THE FINE
CLIPPER BARK DELTA!"
A 1 AT LLOYD'S.
This Vessel -will be Due in March,
AND HAS A FULLY
Selected for this Market!
Two Elegant Park Phaetons,
Suitable for Double -and Single Harness,
Ransomo, Sims & Co's Heavy Plows,
ONE TRASH TURNER, Ac ALSO,
THE FINEST BRANDS OF BOTTLED ALE,
BASS' ALE, IND COOP k CO'S ALE,
Dcvcnish's Celebrated Champagne Ale,
A FEW OP McONIE'S COOLERS.
ALSO ON HAND,
One Mcunle's Train of Carrom Fans,
AND ONE McONIE'S CLARIFIER.
FOR SALE BY
2 THEO. H. DAVIES.
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores!
THE IiAIlGEST ASSORTMENT ON
Hand, kept by any Home on these Islands, and
for tale at the Lowest possible Prices, by
2 R0LLES k CO.
Hemp Cordage !
I STRAND, BSST QUALITY, RUS
4 SI AN Manufacture. Sites, from 1 to 81 inches,
in bond or duty uaid. For sale by
2 BOLLES k CO.
A LL SIZES, from 1-2 to S inch, in bond
Ca. or 'duty paid. For sale by
2 BOLLES k CO.
Russia Bolt Rope,
ASSORTED SIZES For ale by
a BOLLES A CO.
WORJILINE, aiarlin, Seizing, Ratlin,
etc., etc. A full attortment fur tale by
2 BOLLES k CO.
In Bontl or Dnly Paid t
Cotton 23 no Is..
A GENERA la ASSORTMENT of Num-
lers. For tale by
BOLLES A CO.
Hemp and Flax Canvas !
BEST ARBROATH MANUFACTURE,
assorted Numbers, in bond or doty paid. For
sale by (2 BOLLES k CO.
Jron Stock Anchors,
IZES, from 100 lbs. to 4,000 lbs., in
ticna or amy ptiu. for tats by
BOLLES t CO.
EMP aad Cotton Sail Twine. For sale
by 2 BOLLES k CO.
fXIAK AND PITCH American andtookholai.
J in barrels aad half barrels. For sale by
2 BOLLES k CO.
PERM OIL Warranted the pre article. For
tale by IJj BULLB8 A CO.
)OI,AK OIL 10,000 Gallons, la quantities
to suit- For sale by 2 BOLLKS k CO.
BEST English Portias Cement. For sale
y ft 1 tr '. BOLLBSA-CO.
CALITreitKiiC LIMB We hare s narolar
ssafsfly fcasa the .aeiefciited San la Cr lwe
a"aa.,iaaaa a i n i 1 1 i an av ma at ise fewest iaaaa
BOLLBS k CO,
VICTORIA, aael CttHfarHia Red Bricks
For sasie by p ' BOLLBS A CO.
TED SALMON, ib barrelsA sa!l let of
JLU mot reFjr ffM ajaamy, ac at good as tbe am
age that it for sale about Umm. Call at
2 '5 BOLa 4 00.
A Nicely Fantisitett Chamber, ea
-K. Kuaias Arcane, are arrestee' iratk freat M
Post 0e. Apply by Utter to Box is. Feat OSee.
jBjr E. P. ADAMS.
CREDIT SALE !
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED PER
Steamer Moses Taylor
Feb. 2d, at IS A. 91., at Sales Koom,
ON CREDIT TO THE TRADE,
An Assortment of New
WELL SELECTED GOODS !
IN PART. AS FOLLOWS :
Bales Amostcag Denims, the real article.
Cases Boots and Shoes, Faooy Prints,
Ladies' Hats, trimmed ;
Shirts, Heary Coverlets,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES SHOES & GAITERS
Pants, Coats and Vests,
Men's and Boy's Hosiery,
Boy's and Men's Hatt,
Fine white Shirts,
Fine Merlnoea and Alpacas all colors,
Fancy Woolen Shirts, Undershirts, ale.
Terms nt Sale.
E. F, ADAMS, Anotioneer.
A SALE OF NEW GOODS
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE, ESQ.,
Ex Ship William to Lacheur,
WILL SE IIELD ON
WEDNESDAY and THTJESDAY,
FEBETJABY 22d AND 23d,
At 10 A.M.,
At Salesroom of E. F. Adams,
A LARGE AND VARIED
Dry Goods, Hardware,
Crockery and Glassware,
Fancy Goods, &c.
Hubbuck's Zinc, Boiled Oil aud
Samples wiii be Sold without Reserve.
Liberal Terms at Sale.
E. P. ADAMS, Anetloneer.
Br oascB or Sasrona B. Dote, Adxi&istratob or
tuc Estats or Wtt. II. Beat, deceased.
IT IS ORDERED BY THE COURT
that the said Sanford B. Dole be, ar.d he Is hereby
autEorised to sell at public anetlon to the highest bid
der, at Honolulu alorejald -at 12 o'clock, noon, on
SATURDAY, THE 25th DAT OF Fl'BUUABT,
A. D. 1871, or such other time and place, as this Court
may direct, all right, title and interest of the said de
ceased in and to the real estate hereinafter described.
and that tbe laid Sanford B. Dole do gire notice of
this order by publication hereof in tbe Hawaiian and
English langnsges in tha Uawahax OitETTl and
An OKOA.nurspapert printed and published in Hono
lulu aforesaid, and by posting the same in at least
three conspicuous and public places In taid Honolulu
for at leatt three tuccetsire weeks previous to the said
sale, and that he make due return of his proceedings
to this Court within ten daya after such sale.
Tbe following is a description of the real estate or
dered to be offered ror sale :
" Commencing on the maka( side of Qaeen street at
the east cornerof this lot. tbe boundary runs S. 621 J'
V. 187 links to the sontheaat corner of this lot;
thence S. 40 30' W. 83 links to tbe south-west cor
ner; thence N. 53 45' E. 172 links to the nortb-wwt
corner on Queen street aforesaid ; thence 47s 15' E.
94s links along said Queen street to point of com
mencement, containing 19 1-10 tqnare rods. There is
a fine new cottage on tbia lot, with an out-house. The
Qoreroment water is laid on in pipes.
SANF0KD B. DOLE,
Administrator of the EsUte of Wm,li. Bray, deo'd.
3-4w E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ALL BOO US stela ihm Hsuttxa sUj
esmswT's Ptsjtmittst. if Mt tMiinn
SCTMl SATS nK THw BATB,
AtwtiM to defray- aapsaial, aad tar taat
wesa rt may sooeara.
Tayo. H. BAYIM,
2 -A gMt 9K aflfc JsaiawlilsiMal JskttJT JPWsBsWtfcf.
2 AAA TONS Best-' Hatraiian SH, r
,1UU tale ia qnantitiee ta salt, by
2 BOLLBS A CO., A feat.
EE - q 5
5 5 1
o J: c.3
CD - a ' O .
By C. S. JATOW. -
WZDXZSBAY, TXIHUAXY 1st,
AT 19 A. X. AT SAUSSOOBf,
TIw hsmI AsmlMit if torclwBwfse
AT 1 O'CLOCK, XOOK,
ONE HANDSOME OftCGON MHZ
Broke to haness, aod kiatl aevd gaaltev
C 8, BARTOW, Awtiaim.
. . .
OX WEDNESDAY, rSliTJJJLY 1
AT 13 O'CLOCK SOON,
At Sales Beea, I wlH SeH at FahHe Aaette,
That Part of Kalawahine,
BACK OF PUNCHBOWL,
Bounded by Kawala. AamloHaM, AkakkI Kale
huahalohula aad Makitl,
Formerly Oeempied u a Milk XwKrk,
By O. J. Holt, lease for St Jtsws, feosa the lat or
Upset Price, tjise per- AitHaiiH,
Payable semi-annually is adrance.
C. B. BABT0W, Aaotloneer.
The UnaWslgned will offer for Sals at Public Ane
tlon. by order of the Assignee! of the Estate or C. N.
Spencer k Co., at his -Sales Room, la tha City of
On Saturday, February 11, 1871,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, 5003",
All that Certain Piece of
Situated ia Laopahoeioa Galea,
District of Hilo, Island or Hawaii, eonreyed to C. Jf .
Spencer by C. C. Harris, by deed, dated July 29,
1863, and bounded and described as follows :
Commencing at the makal northtast corner of Ka
hawai's lot, and running along his lot south, 41
west, 840 chains, to the school bouse lot ; thence along
taid lot south, 371s east, 573 ehaini, to the north
corner of Paapu'tlot (So. 5)j thence north, 35
east, 800 chains; thence north, 311s "tt, 50S
chalnt to commencement containing 41 acres, to
gether with all and lingular
lhe Buildings Thereon SitumtetL
Papers at Expense of Purchaser.
C. S. BARTOW, Anct'r.
To Arrive J
Per Steamer Joses Tayfof."
WILSON'S CALIFORNIA HAMS AND
Xtw California Onions, Oolden Syrup,
Sacks Humboldt Potatoes,
Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat and Hominy,
Cases Cutting's Table Fruits, Asserted,
Cases Cutting's Apples,
Cases Cutting's Apricots,
Cases Cutting's Cherries,
Cases Cutting's Gherkins, quarts,
Hatch's Cream Cheese !
Now Pacific Cod U lb,
Boxes White Macceronl aad Vermicelli,
Cases Condensed Milk, Eagle Brand,
Half and qr. boxes New Table Raisins.
Half Barrels lest Family Pork,
Bags Batter Beans
Sea Moss Farina, an excellent article for Paddings,
TINS OF CRACKERS OF ALL KINDS,
Saloon Bread, in half and whole boxes.
Sacks of Bran and Wheat,
Leonard's Sperm Candles,
Cases California Lard,
California Beets and Turnips, fl
Cases Roast Chicken and Vegetable Soup.
3VZaX31o JStxaffir, sbo., efeo,,
And for Sals at the Lowest Bates,
At the Family Grocery ami Fsti Stsre
JUDD & LAYTON,
Fancy Goods and Musical tatTMMts
JUST RECEIVED & FOR SALE
aasatsAT T II K
STATIONERY STORE OF T. G. THKIM,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OP
Kusical Instruments, Engravings,
Work Boxes and Bankets,
Card Cases, Clfcar Staatla,
Albums, Hair Srashes,
Children's Toys ef Every Bescrhrtlen,
Including a Variety of Topt,
Not to be found eltswbera ia Honolulu.
Call and Examine th Stock !
In the matter of the Estate of ALEX. WEITX,
of Moloaa, K ittai, dee at led.
nrUIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING EBBK
X appointed temporary sdmlaislraSsrs of the abate
Estate, alt persons barisg elassas agaviesi taid estate
are hereby noticed to present their efe sis My aa-'
tbentieated to the undersigned, aaBaVeaH srsoae ia,
possession of property beloagkig tesaM- estate at"
notifed to asooant for the same without delay.
W. O. SMITH.
Lihue, Jaa. 19, 1371. t-
Golden Gate Mills Ffour,
THE Best QaaKty, irel slime Ft
Iks Mills by erary Paeket, whisk ttmk:ii atjco
warraat it freak sasl ta variastt etsto.' .Jj issw sar
2 tOLM A 00.
Paints and Pa .at Oil,
TTXJItBAKD'S Keat S4lt( OH,
gatjkesd's WkiU Ziaa.
lakkard's Whit Lead.
J.I.W., White Least,
Eerxy Peseta, a gaasral sstsif sat, ler aste
3 BOLLXa A eo.
American Mes Beef,
430HUCAX JMcm gtssjfc-tj kwum-astt for
sale by J jfitLM A CO.
Hawaiian IklMs Bef,
"PACK slaus4 trfXatMLi, kraa
JET tsaei lsa ted BaJaksT, sattt iiminl as gooes
Msmytatasf ?ea titasMasitassisv Bamaalahy
Groceries and 6tof
A I. VATS w haasf. aa vriil 1m SM at
BO&LSS 4 CO.
BUST Jfer Stafford Ask Oars-All site.
For sale by 2J BOLLKS A CO.