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uoyoLULU, TZsnuAJtr isn.
The hJk. Comet armed jesterday, 17 daji fcni
ExnFrxncUco, bringing 'date from that "port cp to
the 19th &L Sbe bringf a fnll cargo and a few
puaesgen to C. Brewer fc Co.
Tie adricefl from Ean Francisco are faroraUe in
regard to ragan. The Ean Francisco, Pacific and
CaHferma Engtr TUfineriCT sad joint bought ral
the Golden Gate Refinery for the purpose of closing
Kff i time ; and No. 1 Hawaiian Began were
qvattd at iejlle; choice, 11c. Some 4,000,000
R had armed-from Manila, Bataria, and Fern, and
five other cargoes were on the way, consisting of
aWot the fame amount; with a prospect of consider
ble tbipmenta from China, there being a email lot at
cazhd by the steamer. By this showing, we need not
loel forward to extrmragant or even lilgh prices, bat
we may expect fair prices throughout tho year, and
we think iwr prospect for getting from 6c to 7c net
fr ?o. 1 is fair.
Rice quotations are as follows : "All descriptions
are Jn small eopply, and choice Hawaiian, free from
alt discoloration, will sell at 9c to 10cl"
Coffeeprime Kon 10$o for choice lots.
Melarie. doll; small lots of a superior quality
ttHI H for W to 32c, while the .greater part, of 11a
waKan Is unsaleable it any price. There are some
2WC barrels still in the market This lot was pur
cawed last year to meet the anticipated adrance io
price which did not take place.
The British brig Susan, with cargo of coals, Jtc, is
at band from Australia, ria Tahiti : she reports the
brig Byzantium to sail from Papeete for this port
abeut the 20th of Jan try.
The British bark Violetto is also at hand from Hong
Eeeg, with merchandise and Chinese laborers to
Afsng A A chock.
The D. C. Murray and Maggie Johnson are loading
for Ean Francisco, and the Robert Cowan for Victoria.
The bark Grace Roberts is doe from Humboldt,
wHh redwood lember.
The American bark Nabob arriredon the Mh insL,
18 days from Boston, with merchandise to C. Brewer
The season is, so faxy-very backward and unfavora
ble far getting the sugar crop forward, which will be
the means of putting off our sugar exports, to a con
siderable extent, to the latter half of the year. The
lng-on tinned and heavy rains hare put back cane,
and fields that were expected to be fully matured in
December, are scarcely fit to cot at this time. What
effeet9tols will hare on the next crop, time only can
tell ; much will depend on the weather for the next
The sugar now coming forward is superior to that
of former years, and the plantations, generally, are
well provided with good machinery, so that we hare
right to expect a much larger yield of the better
grades, and lesa or the medium and dark.
lOKT Ol" HOOUJUJ.
Tth. 1 Schrs John Tonne from Kao&t, and Pauahl from
2 Schn Rub Jtay from Koolan, nd Prince fat Hawaii,
Am tchr Mggi Johnson, Dayton. 49 dayi from
l4bourn. Tit fijll Island, Warwick fm Molok&l,
A nalfm lUfL II B M's iteata corrette ScjlU,
Hubert, 21 days from Ewiuima.lt, D a
3 Sehri tlattie fm Kauai, Odd Fellow fm IIIlo and Net-
tla Urrrill fm LaUalna.
4 TrU Lk TfelrtU, Wilson. 42 daji fm Hong Kon?.
& Sehn KamM fm Kahnlnt, JlanuokawaJ fm Slant and
Ulta fm KooUo. Am bk Nabob, Shatiwell, IDS
daja fm B-Mton.
6 Sefcn Mary fm Kauai, Am bk Comet, Falter, 17 days
fm San Frauciot Brit brig iua, iugbefl, SO davi
fas gjdnej.rla Tahiti.
7 Scbra iVnle! fm Mat, Fairy Qneen fm Kauai and
Mary Ellen tm Maul.
Fab. 1 Schr Lire TanLee fr Koolao, Taw wb bk Hannaloa,
BrlftC, to cruise. Count Blimarck, Pall man, for
Falmouth far orders.
2 Am aefar Margaret CroeVard, Godfrey, fr San Fran
taco, USS Nyack, GU, f r Sao Francisco, schra
Itauabl fr MolokaL Kate Le fr iilo, Walula fr
Sebrt Worwkk rr llolokal, Jenny fr Kau&t, Rob Roy
4 ficfart Nettie Merrill fr Labalda, Prince fr -Hawaii,
OALFrllew fr ifrwali.
iSir Kllanea, tfarrisoD, fr iTIlo and Intermediate
7 w bk Eagle, ifatcber, fr Falmouth for ordera, schr
Katual fr Kahulal, J&Cinuokawal fr Janl.
Rxrear or Bite Ymhxttx. The British bark Violet te, Capt
ITHmb, with Qiinrse emigrant, left Hongkong on the 23d
vt Dtfmbw far Honolulu, Experienced etrong Northeast
Mottpoont in the China Sea. Sighted Formosa on tbs 2Gth of
Dec, and beat np the Japan Stream. Fassed tbrongh tbe
Iiaaeholeo Ulandj on the Bth of January. From thence had
farerabls winds until reaching lat 30 long 42 Eait, after
nbkh, experienced a continuation of terrific Northerly gales,
meeerafed by beary einalls, lightning and rain. At femr
oMock on the morning of January ISth, while blowing a gale
frwu the SoutheMt, with lightning, rain and very dark, Mr.
BurrtMyne, the chief officer, fell oTerboard while reefing the
matatepaait. Vhea the eUrm was giren, the Teasel was
brought to the wind, the life-buoy cut away, and a boat pre
pared f r lewering, but owing to the darkness, and the wind
ad aea Increasing eTery moment, and as no one had seen any
appearance of the man, it was not deemed advisable to lower
a boii Mr Borgoyne was flftj-fire years of age, and mach
mieted, and bis loss deeply rrgretted by all on board. On
the 21st of Januaryfwaj caught In a terrific squall, which al
most threw the vessel on her beam-ends, and carried away
fere, main and mlxen topmast staysails, mainsail and main
tepgallant sail, and doing considerable other damage. After
whkn, had strong gales from South to Northwest until the
Easting was run down, from which time bad Tariable winds
until getting the Northeast trades In lat 2640a North, long
1M9 46 West, thence fine weather until arrlral at anchorage
a eight o'clock In the eTenlngof the 4th Inst, after a passage
of farty-two days. Captain Wilson states that for continued
gales and squalls, with rain and heary cross seas, this has
bcea the worst passage he has erer experienced.
JUrcat or Biax Court. The bark Comet, Captain Andrew
Fuller, of the Regular Dispatch Line, left this port for San
Francisco on the 31st (4 December. First 56 hours out, after
getting clear of the land, had light baffling airs, and made 1
but little progress on her course. Finally took a favorable
wind, which lasted until within a short distance off the Far- :
ralonec, 10 days out from here, then took a gale which split !
aaH, and had to heave-to. Arrired at San Francisco on the
ISth of January, and sailed for this port on the 19th. First
10 days after leaving San Francisco, had Tery light North
east and Easterly winds and fiae weather. Next foor days
bad moderate trades which finally hauled to Southeast and
ArathTcry light, with rain and a heary .Northwest swell.
Trpmttbguce until arlvlng, had light Easterly winds. Sight
M MaaTpo Saturday afternoon at fire o'clock, and arrived at
her wharf at ten o'clock on Monday forenoon, having made
the round trip In thirty-six daya. The Comet brought a fall
freight and a few passengers.
RaroBT or Babe NB0B.The bark Nabob, Captain Shati
well, left Boston on tbe 25th of July, for llonolulo, with an
aborted cargo to C Brewer Jt Co. Was twenty-nine days to
the equator in the Atlantic, which was crossed In long 21
West. Baffling wlods for a few days, and had light Southeast
trade. In lat 20 South, had strong Southerly wlndsand
from thence to Cape Horn bad strong Southwest winds. On
the 13th of October passed Statin Land, and on the 15th, ex
perienced a terrific hurricane from the Westward which last
ed f,- sixteen hours, and during which, was In company with 1
encumber of Teasels which were more or less disabled, baring
luat spare, lc An English baik, name not ascertained, lost
her bewsprlt and foremast, and had her bulwarks etoTe in.
She was loaded rery deep, and It seemed a miracle that the
Bred through It. Capt Shatswell Is of the opinion that she
must bare put away for the Falkland Islands for repairs. Saw
another tosmI which was though! to be English, with her
mainmast goue. Norember 14th, In lat 66 South, long 73
West, fpoke the Am bark Ellsworth, from Boston, bound
to San Frandfco. Passed the Cape sereral times and was
driven back to the aaine latitude where we had been a few
weeks previous, and was seventy-three days to ihe SoutVard
of latitude M, with WSW gales the whole time. On the 15th
of December, the wind suddenly shifted to the Eastward,
blew a gale, bit the most adraatag .was taken of It, which
enabled the bark to run six degrees of westing In twenty-four
boors. Was eighteen days from 40 South In. the Pacific to
theeqtiator, sxA from thence to this port was fifteen day.
On the S9th cf Jaauaay, the carpenter. Christian Nelson,
a Norwegian, was lost overboard. The ressel -was going
alonr at tbe time under a strong breexe, and the carpenter
was ai work orer the side. The stage on which he was stand,
log wavepeet by a sea striking Jt and he fell into the' water.
The ressel was brought to the wind Immediately and a buoy
thrown overboard lor him .to cling to, bat as he coald not
swim he mult hare sank immediately, aa there was nothing
teen of htm from the Teasel, and as it was considered of no
artil to taafe any farther, search, the easel was put on -her
From San. Francisco per Comet, Feb. 6th. Miss lootJedge,
J B Tiles ton, Frank Kohn, Theo Toel, E Dexter.
For San Francisco per JIargaret.Cckard, Feb JsL-rCspt
Weeks, C Jtlaloney, Cba frMili; Ml Suaa'n CTNiel!. ''r
From FUl Islands per .Maggie Jphnsou, Jeb.-iL MrJikh
ard7Mr. Wood. a
From Sydney per Susan, Feb.Tthv-J C Burton.
Froca Hongkong per Tlolette, Jeb. 4 th. One doctor, one
Uterprrtcr, 105 male adults and three twTs,tfi Chinese."
Xrcaa San. Francisco per Comet, Feb 6th.
Bags, bdls .
Florida Water, dox
Hay, bales -Heading,
Liquor, keg '
Shook s, bdls
verDtn. vt ner, dox
From Uooglcong per TloletU, Feb. 4tb.
Chin. MerMJie, pkgi
ami randrj paascngeT
From Cjdnej per'Snsan, Feb
For Hamburg per Eagle, Feb. 7th-
Boat Maata, lot
1 Gin, casea
1 Oil, -whale, caaka
1 Oil, aperm, caaka
1&Q7 Towlloe, B.
Floor, baga 18
Valoe of domeatlc prodoce $11,765.82
Value of foreign produce.. ...... .......... 37135
For San Franeiaco per Margaret Crockard, Feb. lat.
Bananas, tranche. lOOIPadd. lbs 75.G95
Goat Skins, pieces 2.863 Rice, fix, . 13,900
Molaaaea, galls 2,&86Sngar, lbs 180,464
Talne of domestic prodoce $15,814.22
For Hamburg per Const Bismark, Feb. 1st.
Bye Wood, tons 341 and sondrr stores.
Oil, whale, galla S9,SCS
Talne of domestic produce ,$19,755.45
Talne of foreign prodnce 609.88
PLaiei of tho Moon tor February, 1871,
ruraaxs bi cm. nixizi. smith.
HONOLULU JIEAN TIME.
Feb. 5th, Fnll Moon 3 30 4 XX
Feb. 12th, Last Quarter. 4 28 8 an
Feb. 18th, New Moon 3 17 4 ax
Feb27th, lat Quarter. ..... 0 .7.1 XU
TIME SUJf RISINO AKB SETTINQ.
1st, SnnIIbea...0 41 4X....Snneta iS47
8tb, EnnBises s 638 i....-.Snn Bets... a-...'... S60 ..
15tb, Snn Itises 6 34 Son Sets 5 54 .
22d, Sun Iliaea 630 Sun Seta 558 ..
2Stb, Sun Blaes 6 25 Sun Seta. 601 ..
We are indebted to Capt. Fuller, of the bark Com
et, for full Hies of late papers.
For San Francisco. The BrittUh Bark Henry
Adder! v. tails for San Fraocisco to-morrow, In bal
last. The favorite packet D. C". Murray calls on
Saturday, and tbe schooner Maggie Johnson next
At the regular meeting of "Mechanic" Engine
Company No 2 on Wednesday last, the following
officers were elected :
Foreman John Nott
Is Assistant Foreman "William Anld. '
2d Assistant Foreman William Lore.
Treasurer Robert Austin.
Secretary Edwin Morris.
Tbe company numbers 83 active members, and is in
a good position financially.
Br the bk Tiolette arrived here on Friday, 3d Inst.,
came 109 Chinese Immigrants, seTcnty of them, who
are agricultural laborers from tbe Interior provinces
of China, left on Monday by the Steamer for Kaupa
kuca, where they will be employed on tbe plantation
of Messrs. Afong fc Acbuck. The remainder who
have been accustomed to Tarions occupations, and
who engaged their own passages here, will we un
derstand remain in Honolulu.
A Nabbow Escape. On Friday last, an accident
occurred on Nuuann 6trcet, from which no eerions
cffecls resulted, however. A gentleman was driving
along in his buggy, when a Chinaman attempted to
cross the street In front of the horse, bnt on coming
in a line with the animal, stumbled and fell. Al
though going at a rapid pace, the gentleman suc
ceeded in pulling up tbo horse before the wheels ol
the. baggy passed ovcrjhe Celestial, the horse, bow.
ever, having got one of his fore-feet on the man's
A IIoaz. The Comet, which had been anxiously
looked for, arrived on Monday morning. A wag ot
our acquaintance perpetrated a Very successful hoax
in reference to this vessel on Friday evening last
It was reported that. tho Comet was ootsidc, and that
the Tele had gone out for her. The result was that
a number of persons assembled on the wharf to
await her arrival, anxious for late news ol tbe war.
After waiting a considerable time, it was ascertained
that it was a vessel from China, and many were the
imprecations heaped on our waggish friend.
New Fostaoe Stamps Specimens of the new
Hawaiian postage stamps were received by the Post
master General on Monday by the Comet. Tbo de
signs arc very handsome and appropiate, and cor
respond with the two and live cent stamps now in
use. Tbu stamps received are of the denominations
of one, sir and eighteen cents. The one cent is vio
let colored, with a vignette of the late Princess Vic
toria Kamamalu ; the six cent stamp is green, with
the likeness of His Majesty, and the eighteen cent
is pink, wltb ihe likeness of His late Highness M.
Kekuanaoa, all of which are most perfect likenesses.
Fieemen's Presentation. Ou Friday last, the
members of Hawaii Engine Co. No. 4 presented
the Second Assistant Engineer Hon. E. H. Boyd,
who for a nnmbcr of years bad been foreman of that
company, with a magnificent silver trumpet. It is
handsomely chased and has a gold shield in tbe cen
tre, snrniountcd with a foreman's emblem. On the
top of tbe shield Is a crown under which is the Ha
waiian motto, and under this, tbe inscription in
Hawaiian,-," Presented to Hon. E. H. Boyd, Feb .3d,
1871, by the members of Engine Co No 4." The
engraving and finishing was done by Mr. Tcnnatt,
on Fort Street.
Attempted Bdrglart. A very daring and in
genious attempt to enter tbe premises of Dillingham
& Co., on King street, occurred one night last week.
That the robbery was well planned, was evidenced
from tbe manner In which the would-be burglars
went to work. The back door of the store Is an
iron one, tbe hinges of which are Imbcddcd-In the
blocks of coral of which tbe store Is built. The bur
glars endeavored to remove these blocks from tbe
walls, and had nearly snccecded In doing so, when
the noise they made attracted tbe attention of Mr.
Waller, who resides next door. He got out of bed
and came outside to ascertain the cause of tho un
osual noise, when the burglars took to their heels.
An TJssecissAnr Withdrawal. Sometime
since we received an advertisement from tho Great
American Stamp Company of Meriden, Conn., which
was addressed to all tbe boy s in the Hawaiian Islands.
By enclosing to tbe above company a certain nnmber
of postage stamps, any boy would be pnt immediately
in tbe way of making a fortune. By the last mail we
received a notice that the advertisement was with
drawn. Now, we beg to state to tbe Great American
Stamp Company, that tbe six cents invested for post
age on their last communication, was thrown away
wasted 'in Tacf because although we wonld like to
see every boy in this kiogdom make his fortnne, we
don't believe any of them will make it through the
means proposed by the Meriden Stamp Company or
any other humbug, and therefore declined to insert
their advertisement, as we shall continue to decline all
other similar applications for tbe use of tbe columns
of this paper. ,
TBEArnicAL Ac$oaiiitasczs. Ifmayle interest
ing to some of our readers to knowwhat has become
of most of the' cakytif.jf the' theatrical profession
who have visited ns of late. We bare information that
Walter Montgomery is playing in Boston, where opin
ion is divided as to his merits ; the press .denies bis
possession of genius, tat,- at the same time-gives him
icredit of being a tealoui stndent of Shakespeare.
Miss Cleveland, who was here at nearly the same time,
la ai present penormmgrery sueeessiuuy in the Uana-
dian provinces. The Carandinis hare given a series of
entertainments in San Francisco, "which, pecuniarily,
bare not been tteeessful ; however, they have estab
lished a reputation as excellent vocalists, and the press
of that city predicts brilliant season in store for them.
Miss Rose EvaM.was to make her CrsVappearance at
the California Theatre on the 23d nit. LBraham
has sccored aa efifagement with the Emerson Mlif
ftrel'a, and performs at Magnire'a Opera Hosts; The
Japsseso Irsupe bare bad a very successful season in
.Anckland, and the Gregory's are dnwtag crowded
Borbowixo Hosses without tbe permission of the
owners, seems to,b a favorite pastime with some per-
sons. On Sunday evening, a gentleman attending
church, left bis horse bitched sear by, and on coming
out at tbe conclusion of the services, lie found bis .
horse gone, and had to make his way borne on foot.
TJp to the time of writing the animal had not been re
turned. Another gentleman, while at the Theatre on
Monday evening, was served in a similar manner.
This may be considered a capital joke Irvine perpe-4'
trators, but tbe "courts may take a very different view
of the matter. If it is not horse-ctealing, it is so very
near like it that we can hardly distinguish tbe differ.
H. B1J1L CoVrzTTz ScnxA arrired at this port on
tbe evening of Thursday last, SI days from Victoria,
B. C. On the morning of the. 22nd Instant, salutes
were exchanged between the Scjlla and tbe battery on
Puneh Bowl. The following is a list of the ofScers of
Captain Frederick A. TJarbert.
Lieutenants 1L L. Varum, C. A. Incker, H. T. Wright,
C. K. Wood.
Jfavigating Lieutenant John Riches.
Chaplain and A'arat Instructor Rev. It. L. Keale, B. A.
Surffeon C Eeenan.
Chief Engineer J. Gillies.
itarigating Sub-Lieutenant T. F. Moody.
Acting Sub-Lieutenants Wm. Somerset, G. L. 1L Lechrie,
AixisXtmt Eurpevn T.'Tilfern, 31. , B- s
-.Assistant Juuwxasters1. T. Uanisoa. Wm. O. Bedford.
' Engineers C Ware, J. Bannat jne,Tbos. Ilenston.
Gunner Thoa. Skardon.
Boatswain JnOtGotter. , - ... .
Carpenter Thoe.' Heater.
Uilixijrvul. D. Law, Wm O. Reid, Thos. Hadley, W.
T. Warren, F. E. Poulter, Iboa. 1. Abbott.
Jiavigating Jidshijrman U..S. Bearlej.
Clerk A. K. Luaon.
Hawaiian Tbeatse. At this place of amusement
Herr Bandmann and his talented wife still continue
to draw large and appreciative audiences. In order
to give greater effect to tbe representations, Mr. Der
by has engaged the services of Mr. Neil!, a gentleman
well known to tbe play-going community, and also
those of Mrs. and Miss Maggie Knight. On Saturday
evening last, three acts of Romeo and Juliet, and the
first and second acts of Richard III, were performed,
and both were admirably rendered. Mrs. Band
mann's Juliet is the most finished impersonation of
that character which we have witnessed here, and Herr
Bandmann's Romeo is deserving of the highest com
mendation. In Richard III both artists were
equally effectire. It is worthy of remark
that, in order to gire full effect to the acting,
all the accessories were carefully attended to, which
gave an air of reality to tbe performance. On last
Monday evening, scenes from Romeo and Juliet, and
from Hamlet, and tbe delightful comedy of David
Oarrick, were performed. Ophelia, Jn the fourth act
of Hamlet, as performed by Mrs. Bandmann with the
original music, was perfection the simple madness of
the loving damsel was portrayed to tie life. But the
piece de resistance of tbe evening was the comedy of
David Oarrick. Herr Bandmann, as tho great actor,
and Mrs. Bandmann as Lydia Jackson, the stage
struck heroine, were nnsurpassed, while the minor
parts were credibly sustained. We notice"by tho pro-.
gramme for this evening, a repetition of the comedy,
a continuation of Karcisse, and tbe first act of the
Merchant of Venice,- a full and excellent programme.
Judging from Herr Bandmann's performance in one
of tbe characters which he assnmes in the comedy, wo
doubt not that his impersonation of Sbylock will be a
success. Lovers of the Thespian art should embrace
tho opportunity of seeing such artists as Herr and
Mrs. Bandmann without failure.
Australasian Steav Service. The Senate Com
mittee on Post Offices and Post Roads has met the
expectation of all who desire the commercial welfare
of tbe country, by recommending the passage of a bill
authorizing the Post master General to contract for
the establishment of mail steam service, between San
Francisco, New Zealand and Australia, via the Sand
wich Islands. Tho subsidy named is $500,000, and
tho parties with whom the contract would be madeare
W. H. Webb, who owns three fine steamships that are
ready to bo pnt on the route, and Holiday t Brcnham,
of the North Pacific Transportation Company, who
own the boats now running between San Francisco and
Honolulu. If the bill becomes a law, the new line
would be in the receipt of a total subsidy, from the
United States and tho English Colonics, of $SOO,000 a
year. This would probably cover any deficiencies of
business during the infancy of the'entcrprise, and put
its permanent success beyond doubt.
If Ramsey's bill, reported from thesame Committee,
providing for a steamlline from Puget Sound to Hon
olulu, should also become a law, as we hope it may,
the Holiday boats, we fancy, would be transferred
from the San Francisco and Honolulu route to the new
one from Puget Sound, and tbe connection between
this city and Honolulu would be made by Webb's
steamers, stopping en route to Australia. Such an
arrangement would seem to meet all the require
ments, and would afford the speediest enlargement of.
our commercial facilities in an important direction.
It is to be hoped that Congress will promptly con
sider the bills for increase of our Pacific commerce on
their merits, and not permit them to be complicated
with schemes of anolbcr character, cf little ornomerit.
Under the contract with New Zealand, the first Amer
ican steamship for that Country should leave here
February 16th. and it ought to take the news that tbe
United States hare not been less sagacious and liberal
than a remote and thinly-populated British colony
3. F. Bulletin. 3
Wailoku, February 1, 1871.
Editor of Hawaiian Gazelle: I read with interest,
your article of January 25th on the Ramie plant.
It certainly promises well as a crop which agricul
turists, small and large, at the Islands, may raise at
a profit. Wo have, however, had so many disap
pointments, that your word of caution was well put
in. Yes, let ns be cautious and not over sanguine,
about silk and Ramie, and every other thing not
yet proven to be a success here. But let us
not be discouraged from trying, in a prudent way,
any thing which holds out s fair show of success
Permit mc to suggest that tbe Government might
well aid an experiment In Ramtc culture by import
ing one or two of the $350 machines for dressing
the plant, to sell to the first producers of a crop of
say five acres, to be paid for in Ramie fibre, at some
agreed price, ssy twenty cents per pound. In the
event of a failure to cuUfvatcand make tbe fibre,
tbo .machine to be returned in good order to the
Government. A little help like this might be the
turning point of the experiment with some Indus
trious agriculturist who could not afford to Import
a machine and risk success. I believe there Is an
Item appropriated for the encouragement of-agri-culture,
to be applied at the discretion of tbe Min
ister of tbu Interior.
Tours, truly, M.
Fresh. California Lime
FOIL SALE BY''
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- .'.FOB SALE BY -4-tf
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15 Cases,. each 24 dz.,
Perry Davis' Pain Killer.
FOIL 8AX.B BY
A. W. PEIRCE t CO.
C. BREWER & CO.,
OFFEB, FOB. SAX.K
Per bark 'Nabob'- Direct
Prom Boston, "
y mat iouon, j j
T - - T. Tf
Rosin, EaSEer. Hose,
jtoJiK. -Sail Twine,
Spruce rians; - i; Q '
S IIoop Paneled Pails,
, Pure .Cider Vinegar,
'" CTTI 3CAXZJC,
Pine and Cypress Barrel Shocks
' 3WoTeTtiiTga.yfg Oysters,
t- i& sib Mplcetl, 1 St3 lt Frail. 2m
FRESH GROCERIES !
WM. LE LACHEUR,
.HOW LANDING FROM, ENGLAND
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For Sale at 59:PprtJ treetK
QASES. jKGLtSU PIE "FRUITS,
Cases assorted Pickles, Cases Pickled Onions,
Cases Oriental Pickles, .
Casses Assorted Jams, . ,
Cases Ground Ginger, Cases Cream Tartar,
Cases.Carboncii Soda 1 ' H p4 J" J f, -i
Cases Round Scotch Oatmeal in tins,
Cases Table Ealt.- - - ' -A.
Cases 2Po trtoci Meats
Potted Beef,"Ham, Tongne.-Silmon; and Shell'Fiih,
Lea k Perrin's Sauce,. -tf'
Cases Cod Rose, ' "
Robinson's Patent Bul7,-, ,,,,jn.i,
Cases Bleached. Ginger, -Cases
Currants ,inli,Ib tins. ,
CASES HUNTLEY PALMER'S BISCUITS
dinger Nuts, Osborne Biscuit, Gem, Nonsuch Com
bination, Faney Sweet and Dessert Biseuits. 4-lt
NEW GOODS !
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AFONG & ACHUCK,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SILK,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Pajamas.
Ivory Broaches, Jewelry Boxes,
Gold and Irory Bracelet Sets, Gold Earings,
Irqry Pussies, Ivory Card Cases,
Irory Cbeasmen, Irory and Feather Fans,
SASDAI-WO Ol) GI-OTE BOXES,
Sandalwood Jewelry Boxes,
Sandalwood Fans, and ,
Sandalwood Ilankerchief Boxes,
Tortoise Shell Pans,
Tortoise Shell Cups and Saucers, . .
Tortoise Napkin Rings, and
Irory Napkin Rings. . .
ALL KINDS OF FIREWORKS,
Fire Crackers, Rockets, io., Ac'. ' '
4- A Lot of Chinese Lanterns. 41
THE UNDESIGNED' HAVING BEEN
appointed administrator of the Estate of J. II.
Thrupp of Kaiwiki, Hilo, Hawaii, deceased hereby
requestaali persons to present their claims on or be
fore the first day of March next, or they will be for
ever barred, and all persons indebted to the above
estate are requested to make immediate payment to
Hilo, Jan.30fb,lS71. 1-1 1. Adminittrtor.
CAMPBELL, THE TAILOR,
WOULD NOTII'V HIS MANY FRIENDS
and the Public that he still exists, though at
an eievatiun of seventeen step above tbe levels of the
and and dust, where fino Goods, such as he has,
ought to be. On the
SECOND STORT OF G. RHODES' NEW FIRE-PROOF BUILDING
Right at the top of the Stairs, be may be found with
a Nice Assortmcntment of
GOODS IN HIS LINE
Selected by himself, in San Francisco, expressly for
JeS- Orders from the other Islands and the Coast
promptly attended to, , T
In the Newest and most Approved Styles.
N. B. Fulled White Flannel for Suits. It
don't sbrinki ' '1'lme
Land & Cattle onjlie Island of Hawaii
fl 'HE LARGE AND VALUABLE LAND OF KA-
JL huku, situated in tbe District of Kau, Island of
Hawaii, with seven hundred and forty bead of Cattle.
There are supposed to be in this land One Hundred
and Fifty Thousapd acres, a portion of which is good
grating land, ancfsuitable for cattle and sheep. The
land abounds in Pulu, it being considered the best
puiu station on the Island. A prrson is ready to
lease the goat run for $200 per annum for a term of
years, tbe whole forming a good opportunity for in
vestment. ' .,
For particulars apply to "
J. w: Austin.
3-(t- . Honolulu.
SUGAR PLANTATION FOR SALE
IN 3 ' ...
waioiiiim;, kau, iiaivaii.
this eeantatiqn consists of eighteen
"acres in Fee Simple, with a lease of 180 aeres of
good Sugar land, G5 acres of which is planted with
cane, to be talieh otf in Norember, the yield. being es
timated at two tons per acre. There is a good dwell
ing honse on the premises, with sugar-bouse, boiling
house, sugar-mill with horse-power, the whole forming
a good Sugar Plantation; which may"be enlarged if
necessary. For further particulars, apply to
j . s ROBERT BROWN, '
On the premises,' or
WALKER 4 ALLEN.
MMRS LES FRANCAIS, rciidant dam
le Royaame Hawaien sent fo formes 'que les
benefices du deeret d'amnistie renda apropos de la
Centenaire de Napoleon I, relativement an service
miiitaire et maritime, cessercnt d'exuter a dater da
IS Ferrrer precbain.
Tout Francais qui n'aurait pas satisfait aux lois de
la conscription, on qui ne scrait pas certain
de la regularise de ses papiers a cet
egnrd, doitse pourroir, sans delai et par Jettre,
aupres da Consaiat de France, sous peine d'etre ;nl
tenenrement expose aux rignenrs des lots miiitaires.
Ceux qni; apres la present notification, dument in
Eeree dans le Journal OSeiel da Goarernement Ha
waien, negligeront de faire les demarches indiqnees,
assomeront sur enrsenls la responsibilite
de lenr condaite.
' 4-St THEODORE BALLIEH.
For Bale, by the Undersigned,
ONE .TUICE PUMP;H
I)RINCIs?AtI.Y,sOF BRASS, 10-IXCU
'diameter and fronf-12 to 18 inches stroke, with
east iron tank attached, "Glasgow make." .She
above is suitable for a large sited ssgar mill.
33 " "HONOLULU IRON W0BES CO". "
Consulate of Prance. "
15 CONSEQUENCE OF THE 'SUEPKBS
sion of the Chineelery of the Consulate, the
French -Commissioner .wilt- attend personally,- at bis
residence, .to all consular, acts which hia.easBpatriet
may require. Person wo have written comes asnes
-tions adiiressed to him, an requested t defestt-tfeeB
either at tbe Cestnlafe of Italy, or hi PU Ofice box
'3-3 ' THEODORE. BALLISU.
CHAIR CABLES. All aaas&ssa to 15-S
inch, in "Bond or duty paid. For'sale by
2 BOLLES t'QO.
Roal Hawaiian Theatre
cms. debbt. rnopBirroE.
(JQC'SCbBt m the boaer.toaimeence tbat-beiuBbs-
, . " Iojttr with his taTtnUd wife;
(Late Miss Hlliy FaOmer, of the Loodon TbeatreaO
who arrived from their triumphant tcmtJfrrpQtia tha Colo
niea,'on thetr way to Eannanctsco, so remain Ja. Heoolula
Kjr one motilh and give some of their exeaperian'perform
aneee. The Ciait which tbeati artiata have ecjojed all ever
the world. ssesJtt txitstV, wltheat iadulaias: ia farther ta-
ADWIgSIO-Sress Circle, tl; Reserved Seats, SI 60;
Panroette, 75e; Pit, SO.
Doors open ai 7& performance eomnfences at 8 celocx.
Tbe Theatre will opaa on Mondays Wedaeadaja and
Eatnrdaye. without fail. 3-1
Tea J)ealer,.ColTeo Boaster and
Has received per Moses Taylor,
The Usual Assortment of
CALIFORNIA PRODUCE !
A FRESH SUPPLY EXPECTED
Per Bark Comet daily!
A FEW PRIME YORK HAMS IN FINE ORDER
Westphalia Hams of. the Latest
Importations, - :'
3Por solo toy
3-2 59 Fort Street.
THEO. H. DA VIES
OF TUB FINE
CLIPPER BARK "DELTA!"
A 1 AT LLOYD'S.
This Vessel will be Due in March,
AND HAS A FULLY
ASSORTED GAR 0
Selected for this Market!
Two Elegant Park Phaetons.
Suitable for Double and Single Harness,
Ransorno, Sims & Co's Hoavy Plows,
ONE TRASH TURNER, 4c ALSO,
THE FINEST BRANDS OF BOTTLED ALE,
BASS' ALE, IND COOP & CO'S ALE,
Derenish's Celebrated Champagne Ale,'
A PEW OP McONIE'S COOLERS.
ALSO ON" HAND,
One McOnic's Train of Carrom Pans,
AND ONE McONIE'S CLARIFIER.
FOR SALE BY
2 THEO. H. DAVIES.
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores!
THE LARGEST ASSOUTMENT ON
Hand, kept by an; Honse on these Islands, and
for sale at tbe Lowest possible Prices, by
2 BOLLES i CO.
Hemp Cordage !
4 STRAND, BEST QUALITY, RUS
SIAN Manufacture Sites, from 1 to 82 incbes,
in bond or duty paid. For sale by
2 BOLLES t CO.
A LL SIZES, from 1-2 to 5 inch, in bond
. or duty paid. For sale by
BOLLES & CO.
Russia Bolt Rope,
ASSORTED SIZES For sale bf
2 . BOLLES A CO.
WORJULINE, JInrlin, Seizing, Ratlin,
etc., etc. A fnll assortment for sale by
2 BOLLES i CO.
In Bond or Sat)- Paid I
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of Num
bers. For sale by
2 BOLLES A- CO.
Hemp and Flax Canvas !
BEST ARBROATH MANUFACTURE,
assorted Numbers, in bond pr duty paid. For
'eby 2 BOLLES i. TO'.
Iron Stock Anchors,
SIZES, from 100 lbs. to 4,000 lbs., in
Bond or duty paid. For sale by
2 . . BOLLES. CO; '
EMP and Cotton Sail Twine. ror.aaUs
T ?j BOLLES k CO.
rrlAIl ANTX-PITCH American and'StoekllatBi,
A. in barrels and halfJiarreU. Tor sale by
2 , B0LLB8 A Q0.,
PERM OIL Warranted tb pure article. For
sale py JZJ BOLLES & CO. "s
POLAR OIL 10,000 Gallons, in qnaatl(es"
to salt. For sale by 2' E0LL88 JtCO.
EST JJngiisli Portlaajl CcraeHt. For sale
7 IZJ BOLLHS4 CO.
CALIFORNIA LIME-We. hara a .regular
supply freer the eelebiated' Santa' Cms Lisa
Kilns, which enables ns to sell at tbe lores ratotv
2, BOLLES, k CPj.
' V Tor sale by 2 BOLLSeT 'A CO..
T)ED SALMON, ia barrels A snail lot tt
J.1 swt rem rajoM uaMtf, ksst a
e tksst is ht tale ssVastt lamm.
A A Nicely Furnished CsHuafcer, e
lhuia' Atmh. va aMa Mtalc t aba
feti mn. Apply fey Ur to Soi S, Feat
ON WEDNESDAY, TetrmaTy 8th
AT 10 A. H., AT 6ALBS BOOM,
Regular Sale of'bryCeetls
OIiOT IH i W5s,
Ale uad. Porter, HelCurray'i Oysters,1
1 Platform Scale, Shovels, ! Iron Vise,
4 "Bomb dans, i Swivel Gun, I Old 'vTindlars,
A lot of Pomp Boxes, etc., etc., ete.
ALSOi-1 CAREIAQE HOB3B,
Qentle and kind, good family bone.- ' -E.
P. ADAMS, Anctioneer.-
CHINA GOODS !
ON PEIDAY, FEBEUAEY 10th!
AT 10 A. M., AT SALES BOOM,
Fine & Common Teas,
Caxapbor Trunks, JLeatker,
Choice Tobacco and Cigars,
Sugar Candy, Maccaroni,
Manila Rope, all sizes.
Calico and Hickory Shirts
China Chairs and Settees
Assortment of Fancy Goods & Wares
Terms at Male.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
A SALE OF NEW GOODS
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE, ESQ.,
Ex Ship William Le Lacheur,
WILL BE HELD ON
WEDNESDAY and THTJBSDAY,"
EEBBUABY 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.
Ilubbuck's Zinc, Boiled- Oil and
Samples will be Sold without Reserve.
Liberal Terms at Sale.
E. P. ADAMS, Anetioneer.
Br order or SaxroRD B. Dolc, Arui.iiSTiaTOR or
toe Estate or IVu. II. Drat, oeceISEo.
IT IS ORDERED BY THE COURT
that tbe said Sanford B. Dole be, and he is hereby
authorised to sellatpnblio anction tor the highest bid
der, at Honolulu aforesaid at 12 o'clock, noon, on
SATURDAY, TUB I5th DAY OE FEBRUARY,
A. D. 1ST I, or such other tima 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 the said Sanford B. Dole do give notice of
this order by publication hereof In the Hawaiian and
English languages in the Hawaiian Gasrrrx and
An Oloa, newspapers printed and published in Bono
lulu aforesaid, and by posting the same in at least
three eonspienons and pahlio places In said Honolulu
for at least three successive weeks previous to the said
sale, and that he make doe return of his proceedings
to this Court within ten days after such sale.
The following is a description of the real estate or
dered to be offered for sale :
" Commencing on the makai side of Qaeen street at
the easr corner of this lot, tbe boundary runs B.eZ"li'
V,'. 187. links to tbe sooth-east corner of this lot ;
thence N. 40 30' YV. S3 links to the south-west cor
ner; thence N. SS" 45' E. 172 links to the norlb-west
corner on Queen street aforesaid f thence S. 47" 15' E.
91 links along said Queen street to point of com
mencement, oerataining 19 110 squartrrods. There Is
a fine new cottage on this lot, with an out-house. The
Government' water is laid on in pipes.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Administrator of the Estate ofWm. IT; Bray, eVd.
5-4 w E. P. ADAMS; Atetfoneer.
ALL GtHNMI m lie KtsmM
.. Caaa'i Trassiiiia, W Stat l aha sat WK1C
88Vxt FROM ItU BAT, wm W toU at
AacHsm to Mny aiaiaws. aa4 fat r bsK ssf
if !sa H mvy svsmrs. " "- - a
THEO. X. BAYIBft, "
2 A gent for the Hodsoa Bay Prsasisef .
S B 1
m S S3
Bj C, S, BARTOW, t
REGULAR ROOM 8AU.
On Tkarsday, TtArmacy 9k,
At M A. if ., at FJoreora,
PRUTS, WHITE KM ITOWtCinOiS,
h BLUE COTTONS,
Ticrroiu riwss, Hi
Cases, of Keresener Ireirv Bedfrtasitls,
AND OTHEsiV-HEReHAHDiaE I
NMELS StKim JHi,' JfST MWM I
XL S. BARTOW". Auctioneer.
m. tt.j J m nOr for Bala at Pntllc Anc
tion, by order of the Assignees or t EstaU of C. K.
Bpen'eer Co., at hi B1m Rooso.la tha City of
On Saturday, February 11, 1871,
AT 13 O'CLOCK BOON,
All tint. Cttlain Vmt if laHl!
Sitnated iaXanjahoeioa Sulci, y mi
Dis&ct of Hno, Island of Hawaii, conveyed to O.Jf
Spencer by C. C. "Harris, by . deed, dated July-H,
1883, and bounded and desenfced ftn6ws r
Commencing at the makal aortneaat corner of Itj
hawal'a lot, and running- along- his- hi soath, 41
west, 840 ehalns.to the school bou,ltf thanoa along
said lotsonth.3713 et. 578 ehidns, to the north
corner of Paapn's.lot (No. J) J Uienoe north. 3S"
east, 800 chains; thence north. 31f west, 504
chains to commencement conUlnlng 4 acres, to
gether with all and singular
The Bondings Thereon, iiitttated
Papers at Kxpense ofPnretiaser.
C 8. BA11TOW, AoeV'r.
Per Steamer "Moses Taffi'l
TTTILSON'S CALIFORNIA UA3U A?fD
New California Onions, Golden SyrapiV
Sacks Humboldt Potatoes,
Oatmeal, Craeked'Wheat and Hominy,
Cases CultlBg's Table Fraits, Asserted,
Cases Cutting's Apples,
Cases Cutting's Apricots,
Cases Cutting's Cherries,
, Casea Cutting's Gherkins, quarts.
Hatch's Cream Cheese !
New PaciSe CodSlb,
Boxes White Maccaroni and Vermicelli,
Cases Condensed Alilk, Eagle Brand,
Half and qr, boxes New Table Raisins.
Half Barrels Best Family Fork.
Bags Butter Beans,
Sea Moss Farina, an excellent article for Puddings,
TIMS OPCRJICKERS 0F4LL KINDS,
Saloon Bread, in half and whole boxes.
Sacks of Bran and Wheat,
Leonard's Sperm Candles,
Cases California Lard,
California Beets and Turnips,
Cases Boast Chicken and Vegetable Soup.
3VT.jplo Stisar, &jo., citao,,
And for Sale at the Lowest Bates,
At the Family Grocery and Feed Stwe
JUDD & LAYTON,
Fancy Goods and Musical Instruments
JUST RECEIVED & FOR SALE
STATIONERY STORE OF T. G THRUM,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Musical Instruments, Engravings,
Work Boxcm and Banket.
Card Case, C'larar Stand.
Album. Hair Brrtahesi,
Children's Toys of Every Descrrptlgn.i
Including a Variety of Tops, .
Not to be found elsewhere in llonolulo.
Call and Examine the Stock I
PIPES! PIPES! PIPES!
HAS RECEIVED D1BECX FROM VIENNA,
THB FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
GENUINE MEEESHAUK. PIPES!
Erer Offered In this Market. Jt,
For Sale at Keasoaaltle jPrlcsjsjI&sfe
In the matter of the Estate of ALEX. WHITE. ji
of Moloas, Kanal, deceased. -J
THE VNDEBSIGNED HAVING BEEJf"
appointed temporary administrators of so akora '
Estate, all persona baring claims agwtost said estat ";
ara hereby DOtKed to presen t their claims daly aa- '
thentlcated to the undersigned, and all parsons ia
passer sign of property belonging to said estate an
notified to asconnt for the sam without daisy,.
W. 0. SMITH.
Lihne, Jan. 19, 1871. 2- '
Golden Gate Mills Flourj
THE Best Qaalityy received direct Frext
the Mills by erery Packet, which teahiee u ft
warraat ireaa asta is bvikg ortm .JKaus ay
Paints and PalntOil,
HUBBAKO'ft MeH BoUeit Osljfe,
Habiard's White Ziw,
HaWard's White Lead,
J. TW.. White Lead.
Faney Faints, a general assortment. For saia if
t . BOLLES &,0j.
American MeM Bf,
AMERICAJf Sen-FofK-Tef Bond, i for
PACK KB M Mk IslMd ofKaui, Vyaa
axMrtwesi lsilahsr, aad wamatsi sx gsd
M sb; Bet pat up os tires IsUahla. Farsatehy
BOLLES A CO.
"4. AsMmTMatiTT' or
"3 BOUBS s) e.
a. Uasl SIsb5 v
BKsJT Hew BHiri. As Onra All iM.
For sale by 2 BOLLES k CO.