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jra.-nattxc rzBEUjtzrii, isa.
'She i i stair mthati very onfarttraUe for the
far xi ptrligeiri their cropiiis cen-
. aaal same tare axl U'lin'xHk en account
af sfcajaata Mac impuaHt.
7W scbaewrr llxjp Mbmd sailed on the 10th,
i-Mh a M xl f Sofr. MoUsses, and Pala.
Th .mAreHne Craee BnU is at band, with a
nm af iliil Inkt U Walker A Allen. She
bAm tjeeutat mi At af Potatoes u cargo, ud
lesMBWT ate these as tax vessel's arrival made
a, a, i gajFi M stW market was oat eventocxed, and
I that Htf -wantd bring something- over
, that aa, ie lo le rr paend. They were.
. and lgww fcfct 6te per round, which we
ttto leigletat mik ever obtained for the
waw aa Hats market- W wanjd sat advise shippers
aa Ve a! y tMi nrt. as terj are mere likeiy to
Cat lata af a reat aaao tke akate price.
Taw C3rray.SMW -leading far Eaa Francisco,
pel awar (a a few 4aya,ar aa aaen aa the weather
The Genet wBl alia rxii is a few
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SUat fx KaaA, ajrf LemaMe Tm Hawaii.
Meeckal, aa lair; (scrotal KaaaL
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a faa.laj.awa Qaart ut Mary, lar Kaaal, IlaknMe,
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aa aaar Kanai. juntas, IJT Jama IMaod.
ia aafar lliajl t Inn a Irtm, far Saa rraaclKo,
ate Rnaaa, lar M.4 il, aad Actira Isr Ua-
T. aa aear Aaaie far Hawaii.
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wasa. iar Malikaa. aaa J.aUJla. Ut KauaL
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laakaw Jtrtaar ipaaa Kainana. UawaO,
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w f cxfwrleaeM alropp Xerlb
Jit TaMel Ihn were 4 rr
aekack ka4 raeaattlf Vat caffarW !; French
aaal aww aaia af-waa. ana af mUeh left on a
aw Mara law Vric ML lVa brig BaaaUsai,
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r Jiaaalaia, a4 bad aoilcrate
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a4 aaaalaaaaa EaaaMtf wiaata wtth uxaaaaaal rala
Aiili 1 1 yyaa frt aa aW aaaraiag af H;th Intl.
aaaawaf aaaj ilawaaa.
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w r Kaaeka, Xaatar, left liaraka, Ham-
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war aa Mui n Waar A AaVra. Elperiaaml E A W
to W ii lajaaa; ba raV IT, Lat XSar', within 8
a a taw iataaaa. awa gat Hffct wlvaa pom the North-
I ifc aaij eat aa atraajr laattac aatil arrlral, Sght
aawlhat aaal af laaaakai aw &Uarwar. 11 at C A M,
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"FjJSJeHisss or the Fuis. Wo are in receipt of
ae fra-ea the Fejte op to the 21st of Decmber. by
Maggie Johnson. The Fiji Times of
tete)eec has a long article on the progress of the
lean. x years ago, Lcvuka, the principal town
atfttaM -er-a-ars coaUmol a popnlxtloa cf SO whites,
asS e-af -afceM-a tfcrre were about 150 more throughout
ete-e lilaaia- Now there are over 2.C00 English
afaatktsag -aeofilc oe the islands, of whom, over COO
aaauasWest la LcvnTu. Five years ago, the total
ai rU wec-c tvf the Tale or iSl.tXM ; for the rear
tMS)r -ralac Wis rsUcutcd at oicr 30,000, of
wAlec clen represented 15,000. 'Plantations for
are of the last named article, and also of
. Teeare, arrow -root, txpiocx, coffee, nntmegs,
i etc, tare being established on an extensive
asalt laWtescBOet the Ulaodf. The lima complains
b)Tf many tlasders and mlsrepresentatlona that
are TOhKsiitd In the Anitraliaa papers .with regard
to Fiji and its society, to the effect that "Lemki Is a
crathraed scese of riot and dissipation, and the set
ter generally, devoid of troth and honesty. As a
ca-aalradicitoa to such sal em en ta, the Turn point's
tiawpa-sgretaad prosperity of the islands, and
says teat Lev-oka in regard to quiet and good order,
wBl compare fi rorxbly with any town In thecolo
tgaftv The article coaclade with an extract from
It report of the Uelbonroe Arut' special corrcs-paede-at,
which is a follows: " The plasters, taken
as a whole, are a highly respectable body of men,
pxcyof -a hoaaTo'teld good positions In theco-It-ates,
aad cot a few ol thea are gentleman of edu
cxllao aad reCneaenl." To onr tnlnd the beat evi
dence -of the prosperity of the place la, -the
Tteet Ustn 11 if not mere thap twq years ago
r4Dlt skirted, a amaU folio aheet, aad was pobllsh
ci"ooV arret. It has -now attained the -propor-xlscf
oflhUjonmxl, hxa large nrabtf of -adver-UKmeats,
Is ably conducted, and published twice'"
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JLOCAX. E1VS.
7kiu of tha Moon for Febrairy, 1871,
rxirAus r on. sisui ncna.
' "?1IOSOLULTJ'3IEAX TIME. '
FeWSthaFull Mooa,. ..i... 84;
Feb. lSthriaii Qnarter a 3 8 i
Feb. lKh. New Mono 3 17 4 1
Feb. 3th, lit Qaarter. 0 7 1 1
TIME STO ItlSISQ AND EETTINQ.
lit, PanlUwe 41 la " ..f en .37r
tth, SonKiara it .. ..iSaa Self.... ....... 5 80
lilti, San Kiaca CM Enn Stti I S4
SM, fan Kim 6 30 Saa Seta US
Sth. San Rim C33 San Seta. 6 01
Ilia ExcnxxKCT, Gotzkxos Bomims and Ilon
Jlra. jJomlnls Billed on the hllanca on .Mocaiy etc
nlns for Lahalna, Id tcralln to' be absent from town
bom two weeka.
TniVES. We are Indebted to Capt. Knacke, of
the Barkcaline Grace Roberts for Utc Humboldt
pjpera.
Fon mc Gcxxo Islands. The echooner C il,
Ward called on Monday afternoon with supplies for
the Gnano Islands, and also with materials lor bnlld
in; a new railway track on Enderbnry's Island.
We call attention to the meeting, to be held this
morning at 11 o'clock, of those interested In the
project of a Hotel, at the Finance Office. The snb
ecrjbert are expected to choose a Committee of two,
and to make such suggestions as may be pertinent to
the bnslness In hand.
A Kahcna Case. In the Folicc Court yesterday
morning, a native Eahuua named Lerl, was tried
for practicing without a license He was found
guilty on two charges, andned fifty dollars for th
first charge, and twenty for the second.
TrJE following paragraph, from a Philadelphia pa
per of Jan. Stb, shows bow Incorrectly news Is oc
casionally circulated: "In the latter part of October,
1670, the United States steamer "Saginaw" ran
aground on Midway Island, Pacific ocean, and was
lost. It Is believed that the accident was the result
of bad management, and that most of the crew were
drowned or starved to death"
Improvements. We notice that several gentle-
men whose places of business arc situated near the
gCWjFort Office,. hate bccn.lndnccd by Ihc fine ap
pearance oi me siae waiKin iromoiiuai ouuaing, to
repalrjhose la front of their own. Already several
good eiAe walks arc In course of' completion in that
vicinity, and we hope to see the improvement cx
tend through our principal streets.
A Memento to IUu-ord. We learn from the
T . '
Ma of Jan. 17th, that Halford, the survivor of the
crew of the Saginaw's gig, is at present at Mare
island Jjavy Yard, where the kindest attentions are
being shown him. 'The citizens propose lojprcscnt
him with a gold medal, and alsoa purse. In consider
ntlon of his heroic conduct, and as a mark of their
appreciation of his valuable services, and earnest de
votion in the cause of bis suffering comrades.
Asotoeb Hilo Packet. Messrs. Foster & Co.,
bare added another fine craft to their line of Hilo
packets, the brig Kainehameha V. This vessel, next
to the steamer, Is the most comfortable vessel in the
coasting fleet. Her accommodations for passengers
arc roomy and convenient, and having two cabins,
both being nicely furnished, which will no doubt
render her the favorite Tcssel on that route. She
sailed on her first trip on Saturday afternoon last
commanded by Capt. II. Reynolds.
We publish to-day the tables of Exports and Im-
pprts and other commercial tables prepared by the
Collector General of Customs. The tables, for their
clearness and detail, reflect great credit npon the
Officers of the Castom House. There are several
tables which have not heretofore been published in
the annual reports of the Custom House, among
wbkh is the table showiog the principal articles of do
mestic produce and the countries to which they have
been exported. This table shows the commence
ment of the New Zealand and Australian trade, which
next year's exhibit will no doubt show to be greatly
Increased. Owing to the different forms of the ta
bles, we are unable lo place them in regular order
as numbered.
SmrriNO. In consequence of sufficient sugar not
having arrived to allow the Murray to complete
loading, she did not sail as advertised, but will prob
ably get away the latter part of the week. She-will
take a number of passengers. The Comet will sail
about Saturday or Monday next, and wIU.bc fol
lowed by the bark Violclte probably in ballast The
clipper slip Matnra, of Macondray's Hue, was to
sail from San Francisco about Feb. 1st, to touch
here, and may be hourly looked for with ten days
later news. The brig Byzantium, which sailed from
here "ov. 24tb, arrived at Tahiti Jan. Cth, having
had a very long passage of 43 days, during which she
lost a large number of her cargo of live stock.
SKiLi.rui surgical orERATi on. Recently Dr.
McGrew (althe American Hospital), assisted by
Drs. Hillcbrand and R. McKibbio Jr. successfully
operated npon a young lad of about fourteen years,
for stone in the bladder. The stone extracted was
of unusual size, measuring 2 Inches long and 1J
in diameter, '-weighing 2 ounces. The boy -who
previous to the operation had become very weak
from the Intense suffering caused by the disease, is
now doing well and promises to bo restored to per
fect health.
About three weeks since. Dr. McGrew operated
npon Capt. John Rice for a large and malignant tu
mor, successfully. The operation was a dangerous
one, the tumor being sltnsled over the muscles on
the back of the neck.
Burglars. There can be but little doubt that
there exists In this town, an organized "band of
thieves, for hardly a week passes without our hear
ing of some store ordwelllng being entered. No cine
basyct been obtained that would lead to the appre
hension of the depredators, which naturally leads to
the supposition that the thieves are experts In their
proiessloni That their depredations are "not more
extensively carried on, we doubtless owe to the
fact that they must find a difficulty In a small com
munity like this, in disposing of stolen property.
Previous to the establishment of the new steam lines,
a burglary was of rare occurrence here. Individuals
of the class Indicated, shift their quarters pretty fre
quently, particularly when they find a place getting
too hot for them, and dnnbtlcss tbey look npon this
place as a safe refuge when the police of other cities
begin to be too pressing In their attentions.
Long Passage. The Bark Nabob, nhich was re
ported last week, made an extraordinarily long pas
sage out, considering that she did not make any
port since leaving Boston. Her passage ont was
I'M days. She was off Cape Horn 73 days of
that time. In looking over the marine columns of
the San Francisco papers, wc notice that the Tesscls
at that port from the Atlautic during the past two
months, have also made very long passages several
of them having suffered considerable damage during
the terrific weather off Cape Horn. Some have been
forced to put Into Falkland Islands for repairs.
One arrlvsl at San Francisco, was 137 days from Rio
de Janeiro, and another, 220 days from Glasgow.
Very few Abort passages have been made during the
past winter from Atlantic ports the shortest pas
sage made, being that of the clipper shin Great Ad
miral, which arrived at San Frauclsco Jan. 6lb, 125
days Irom New Tork.
Jack Ashore. It affords considerable amnsc
ment (b any observant mind, to notice the peculiar
ities of men-of-war's-men when they are ashore on
liberty. On board ship, Jack is a thorough dis
ciplinarian, and obeys ibe orders of -his superiors
without a murmur, but ashore, be is full of fun and
frolic; jand eonsidtrsTiothing bat "his. own locllna
tions. "ilohil a decided taste for '"liqaoring-np,"
and he cannot resist the temptation of a little cquea
tilan exercise. The other day, agehlleman went In
to a restaurant .near the Sallor'j Home, and left his
horse fastened to a tree near by. A British tarcame
along, and seeing the horse, his ideas of metm and
fawn being slightly confused by over indulgence,
conld cot resist the temptation, so he jumped on the
animal's back and rode off. The owner, attracted by
ine ciaucr oi me Dorse's hoffs, Immediately rushed
out and gave chase. He soon came np with the
fugitives, caught hold of the reins with one hand,
grasped Jack with the other and called lustily for
the Police. Toe tar managed to get loose and made
for the SaIUSrs "Home, followed bv the Indhmant
gentleman nd waaxoon surrounded by a nsmberof
nia sulpmates. Jack excused himself by saying he
thought the horse belonged to a ahlnniate. and mail.
an ample and satisfactory apology. ;lt la bAtly . ne
cessary to stste that the aid of the police wu not re
qtilred to settle tteeMBcnity.
Tbe-Rotal Hawaiian Theatre. This evening
nerrand Mrs. Bandmann give a very attractive bill
at the Theatre, when the entire comedy of Don
Cxsar de Bazan will be performed. In which Mr.
Joseph Rayner will also appear. The entertainments
during the past week have been as brilliant as usual.
The theatre-going portion of the community can
congratulate themselves npon the privilege they are
now enjoying of witnessing the personations of
these eminent artists.
MissAlsggie Knight takes & benefit on Thursday,
(to-morrow,) evening.
On Friday evening 17th Inst, Hcrr and Mrs Band
mann give a benefit, under-the patronage of His
Majesty the King, to Mr. C. Derby proprietor of the
Theatre. The unwearied exertions of Mr. Derby to
cater acceptably for the amusement of the pnblic.
deserves their patronage which-cannot be rendered
more acceptably than by attending bis benefit In
force.
Br a correspondent of the S. T. Bulletin, at Yoko
hama, under date of Not. !3rd, we regret to learn of
the death of Commander Brooks,' and Paymaster
Bowles, of H. B. M. Ringdove, which vessel left this
port October 10th, for Japan. The circumstances
were as follows : The Commander and his friend set
ont in one of the vesset's boats to cross the bay on a
shooting expedition. A sudden gust of wind cap
sized the-boat, and of the fire who were in it, two
seamen only managed to hold on nntil they were
picked op. The bodies of the Commander and th
PaTnuuteriarfcbeen recovered, the former .being so
jnnch eaten by fishes as only to be recognizable by
ring which he wore at the time of the accident. The
two friends were buried In the same grave and' were
followed by the crews of all the men of war in port.
Practical Jokes. A number of wonld-bc funny
Individuals have been practicing a number of practl
cat jokes during the past few evenings, by removing
sign-boards from one place to a notber, mnch to
their own amusement, doubtless, but greatly, to the
annoyance of tbcirvictims. The sign of Mr. Osborne
photographer, was removed dnringlhe night of Sat
urday last. Next morning that gentleman cam
menced a search for the missing article, which was
finally discovered hoisted at halfmast on the nose
Compmy's flag-staff. Another gentleman was rath
cr surprised one morning lately, by a visit from a
Stranger wishing to purchase the premises on which
he was living. The owner replied that he did not
wish to sell. Stranger wanlerto know why he had
been made a fool ol. Explanations were demsnded
on both sides, which resulted in the owner of tho
premises discovering that a placard had been placed
consplcously on the lot, announcing to passers-by
This property for sale."
Accident. A somewhat ludicrous accident oc
curred on the valley road on Sunday morning last.
An old native was walking along with some meat
in his hand. Following close at bis heels were
numbcrof dogs, which now and again made hungry
attacks on the meat, which the man vigorously re
pelled with his feet Aliorse and buggy approach
ing, the man got ont or the way to let it pass, but
just before it came up with him, the dogs made
another snatch at the meat. The native in endeav
oring so save it, stepped quickly aside, and the
buggyjust then passing, be came in contact with the
wheels, which sent Lira sprawling In one direction
and his meat in another. Before he could recover
himself, the dogs availed themselves of the oppor
tunity and niadc off withthc meat. The sight of
the poor man with bis woc-begouc countenance, as
too much for the gentleman driving the buggy he
laughed heartily as he drove o'fl?and threw a dollar
tothcnatlvcasa salve for bis brnlscs, and to enable
him ot the same time to replace his loss.
Islands in South I'Acinc. The following valu
able information which has been received from II
B M. Consul at Tahiti, relative to the position or
several Islands of the Society Groups, recently
surveyed French Naval officers, will probably lie of
Interest to our sca-faring friends:
Starbuck IJand, on which the French war trans
port Euryalc was lost on the night of the 4th March,
1S70, lies cast and west, about 0 miles In length, Its
western point being In lat. 5 37" S., long. 155 56'
U., as determined by the officers of the Euryale.
This Island is placed on sheet VL of the Pacific,
No. 24G4, In latitude 537' S., longitude 155 50'
W.
Jafao or SzunJen' THaiuL The north point of
this island is considered to be in lat. 17 3S' 41" S.,
long. 150 36" W. On sheet VII. of the Pacific, No.
2405, Its position is given in lat. 17 29' 6., long.
150 43 W.
Opara THatid or Hapa. The longitude of the en-
trance of the barbour of Aborci, on this island, it
considered to be 144 17" W., Instead of 144 10'
51" W., as shown on the chsrt of that island. No. 29.
JSau Jdandt. The French ships Lamotbe Piquet
and D Entrecastcaux have both passed these rocks.
Tbclr position is 40 miles to the south-east of Opara
island, and the south-easfrock, which is the highest
of the group, being 340 feet above the level of the
sea, is considered to be In lat. 2T3 55' SO" 8 , and
long. 143 2SW. On sheet XI. of the Pacific, No
2409, this Island is placed in lat. 27 53' 3., and long.
1432V W.
Correspondence.
Honolulu, Feb. 14th, 1871.
Sear Sin:
In appreciation of yocr courtesy to us during our
stay in Honolulu, and your enterprise as a Manager,
myself and wifo offeryon.'herewith.a Complimentary
Benefit.
Please let me know when you intend to take it.
Tours truly,
Daniel E. BAnnvixx.
Cdas. Derit. Esq.
Honolulu, Feb. 14th, 1871.
Dear Sin: Tour letter of this dato tendering in
behalf of yourself and Mrs. Bandmann a benefit to me
to take place at the Royal Hawaiian Tbeartre, on
such evening as I may designate, has been received.
Permit mo to thank yon for your generous proffer and
at the same time to select Friday evening next, (17th
inst.,) for said benefit. Very truly yours,
CnAS. Derby-.
Dasiel E. BANnXANK, Esq,
WOODS TALFB.EE. At Ihe reeWenfe of Capt. Baldwin. V
S. N., In San Francbeo. on Thursday, December 20th, 180,
Dr. Geo. VT. Vfowlj, U.S. X.,tollLu Jlarjr Talfrea, of San
Francfecp.
110 YAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE!
CHAS. DERBY Proprietor Manager.
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
..TENDERED BY-
Herr & Mrs. Bandmann,
-T0-
MR.OTTAS
DURBY
Friday Evening, the 17th inst.
Under the Patronage and Presence, of
His Majesty the KING.
Executor's Notice.
Estate of EDWAKD B. COFFIN, deceased. '
THE UNDERSIGNED, Executor or the
Will or Edward R. Coffin, late or Honolulu, de
ceased, hereby gives notice to all persons baring
claims against the Estate of the said deceased to pr
sent the same within six .months from this date: or
l -.1 1 r , ', , .
me wui oe lorerer oarrea, ana an persons indebted
to the abore Estate are requested to make immedixt
payment. " . Jf - " .
J. .tt-AUSTKi, Executor of
the Win 6f Edward R. Coffin.
Honolulu, February IS, 1871. 5-4t
Notice I
AT the Government Pound, Panoa, there
will be sold the following estrayed animals':
At 12 II., .on Wednesday, tha 15th Feb. 1 Bay horse,
white forehead, brand. Indescibable,- belonging to
Brown ; and on Monday the 20th, 1 Sorrel mare,
right. Indescribable-
T. KAAIAHTJA.
MMUPano. Feb.H. MfO. JtaPouad Master.
GnAIN CABLES-AIlViiei, from to 1S-S
kieh; la Bond or dnly paid. .For sale by
2 - HOLIES A CO.
SbuU lVo Help Oarselres ?4
"Wo understantlthat about tworthirdaef
the money estimated to-lie necessary-to
putting afloat the Hotel project, has been
pledged by our citizens. It is believed that
the project is one demanded by our necessi
ties, and one that ought to be jjushed for
ward at the present time. Almost' overy
one is of opinion that a good Hotel will
be a paying concern to tho Lessee, and
that, if properly managed, itrwill be -a
great -accommodation to ithe traveling
public, as well as convenience to our own
resident population.
Hut opinions, beliefs and good wishes
arc not the coin which will purchase
stones, bricks, mortar, lumber and skilled
labor ; nor; Tint of these -alono can any
building bo constructed more substantial
than an air castle, or the " baseless fabric
of a dream."
It is certainly, interesting to notice the
dreamy way in which our community has
handled this subject in the past. It is
nearly thirty years since Sir. "Wyllic pro
posed to the citizens of tho town of. that
day to set about crectintr a hotel. It has
been talked of, at intervals, from that time
to the present; sometimes languidly,
sometimes with a spirit that, whilo it
lasted, promised to result in something
tangible. Yet all' ended in dreams or
that slow-coach-idea of ours, that by-and-
by some large-hearted, wealthy individual
from abroad, full of generosity, intent
upon our welfare, and indifferent to profits
on his own investments, animated simply
with a burning desire to make us rich and
happy, would some fine morning land upon
our shores' and straightway put up a pala
tial hotel, and " run it " for our benefit.
He has been prepared also to put his prices
so low that everybody could feed at tho
table iVhote; or deal more magnificently
by our public by running; the establish
ment free of charge to his customers.
AVhy not ? Dreams are dreams, and
like cheap words their magnificence costs
nothing.
There arc still in our midst spmc dream
ers of this sort, and that such will ever-put
their "shoulders to the wheel" to help
themselves through the public weal, is
beyond possibility.
Of a very difi'ercnt sort is one of tho
subscribers to the bonds, an intelligent
mechanic, who rightly thinks that ho can
employ all his means in his business, yet
comprehends that in a general increase of
business his own particular branch will bo
improved; that in helping a public enter-
prise he really helps himself; that, the ere-
ation of business is the creat secret of
success. "Put me down, though I may
have to borrow the moner. It is better
for me to pay what difference of interest
may arise out of it, than to have the hotel
fall through for want of encouragement
and lack of public spirit."
Wo may rest assured that if we do not
help ourselves nobody will help" us ; and
that being an insular community, wc must
depend on our own exertions and the in
telligent development of our own re
sources for piogress and "advancement in
prosperity.
IX is desirable tuat all tne money re
quired should be pledged before the build
ing is commenced, and it would seem that
no delay ought to occur in its being so
pledged. We believe that many would
come forward if they would give the sub
ject consideration and think it over, or
even listen attentively to what is said or
written about it. It is singular, for in
stance, that some still think that the
project is that of a stock company ; that
by taking bonds they venture all the
money advanced by them; that the project
is another Kilauca stock company affair;
whereas the bond-holder simply loans his
money ior five-years, with tho certaintyof
the principal being returned to him, his
only risk being that the interest on the
bond may be five instead of nine per cent;
or on the other hand, that he may gaiu
twelve or more per cent, if success attends
the establishment lrom the beginning.
ouch an investment, for so desirable an
end, ought to. commend itself at' once to
every5 dealer, mechanic and business man
in the town widiout personal argument or
persuasion.
We notice that the subscribers meet to
day, to choose a committee "and to talk
over the matter, and w:e suppose the ad-
lsability of pursuing the project further
will come up- in -the discussion.
at; i-iva FTj-r.-r.
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT
TENDERED
MISS
magg-ie kni&ht
BT
I-'ItAiVIa JOIYF.S, (wlio Trill appear)
and the Citizens of Honolulu.
On Thursday Evening Next!
Admission : Circle $1.49 Parquetts 50ets Pit 25ct
The purchaser of a Dress Circle Ticket -will
be presented with one of Miss Maggie s portraits in
cnaracters, as me xnealre Door.
,A Great 11111 trill be Presented !
Notice !
QUBSCRIBERS TO HOTEL BONDS,
KJ ana moss laronn; me Alotel Project, are re
quested to meet at the finance OfSce this day, at 11
o oiock a. sr., in enoose a committee, Ac, Ac
; , .Notice!
Ala! PERSONS ARE HEREBY FOR
. bidden to trust any one on my account, 'unless
npna my -written order- -I will pay no debts con
tracted by others in my name.
5-Jt Hana, Feb 10,-1871. T.-XTONK
Philadelphia Coal !
"DALASCE J0F.THE CARGO
JJ , , . EX. BARK " SETKELDi'Q."
S-St. BOLLE3 A CO.
T0 LET, -il-
A Nice It Furnished .Chamber, on
Nnsaaa Arenas. Are minntaa' walk fmn, tlu.
Port OfSce. Apply by letter to Box S3.' Part OSee.
21a . ) ;
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A Superior lot of Anchors,
FROM TTO 5 CWT. EACH.
OH 'rTKT pAT-VTiT-.?-,
PROS 1-3 TO 1 3-5 ISCII.
.Tested 1T the Ailmlrnllty IJst.
For Sale tow
i-it
A. W. PIERCE i CO.
Hubbuck's Faints
and Oils
FOR SAJ.K BT
5-St A. W. FIERCE A CO.
Co-Partnership Notice!
rpHE Undersigned has this day purchased
nil imcrcvb in iua uivcerj aau rccu iffra oi i,
M. Crowril.
Tha business will be conducted under the style of
Cbowell A Co. X. A. LLUil),
Honolala, Feb. 14th, 1871.
T M. CnoWEI.h, having formed a Co-
fj , Partnerehip with Mr. T. A. Llotd, wonld re-
spectfally solicit a continuance of the patronage of
bis meads and tne public, generally, which baa here
to lore been so liberally bestowed.
The best of Groceries, Feed, and Produce, also
Garden Seeds, may always be had at No. 78, Fort
Street, at the bouse of CBOWELL A CO.
February 14th. 1871. 5 3t
C. BREWER & CO.,
OFFER FOR SALE
Per bark 'Nabob' Direct
From Boston,
CU3IBR1.AND COAL,
Hide Poison,
Rosin, Rubber Hose,
Sail Twine,
Spruce Planks, q
' S Hoop Paneled Pails,
Pure Cider Vinegar,
CUT WAaXS, i
Fine and Cypress Barrel Shooks
fOIl .MOLASSES,
PINE SUGAR SHOOKS. '
IVCcVIxiarmy'o Oysters,
4- X& 3 lb Spiced, 1&3 lb Freak. 2m
Fresh California Lime
FOR SALE IIV
v
4-tf A. W. PEIRCE A.C0
Best English
Portland Cement,
FOR SALE 11T
4-lf A. W. PEIItCE k
CO.
15 Cases, each 24 dz.,
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
FOR SALE, BY
4-lf A. AT. PEIRCE A CO.
UClf 0(1(111 I
!- UUUUO !
NEW fifinnfi T
i - - -
NEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED
FROM CHINA,
PER BARK VI0LETTE,
And for Sale hy
AFONG & ACHUCK,
A
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SILK,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Pajamas.
Irory Broaches, Jewelry Boxes,
Gold and Irory Bracelet "Sets, Gold Earlngs,
Irory Puiilcs, Irory Card Cases,
Irory Chessmen, Irory and Feather Fans,
SAXDAIWOOD ULOVE 1JOXKS,
Sandalwood Jewelry Boxes,
Sandalwood Fans, and
Sandalwood Uankerchief Boxes,
Tortoiio Shell Fans,
Tortoise Shell Cups and Saucers,
Tortoise Napkin Rings, and
Irory KapkinTRings.
KINDS OF FIREWORKS.
Fire Crackers, Rockets, Ac., Ac.
ALSO "
A Lot of Chineso Lanterns. 4t
ALL
NEW GROCERIES!
Per Steamer Moses Taylor."
WILSON'S CALIFORNIA HAMS AND
BACON.
Jiew California Onions, Golden Syrup,
Eaeka Humboldt Potatoes,
Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat and Hominy,
Cases Cutting's Tabic Fruits, Assorted,
Ca,cs cases Cutring's,'rrleoU
Cases Cutting's Cherries
Cases Cutting's Gherkins, quarts.
Hatch's Cream Cheese !
New Pacific Codfish,
Boxes White Macearont and Vermicelli,
Cases Condensed'Milk, Ea-le Brand,
Half and qr. boxes New Table Raisins.
Half Barrels Best Pamily Pork.
Bags Butter Beans,
Dessieated Codfish,
Llonid Bice.
Sea Moss "Farina, an excellent article for Puddings,
TINS OF CRACKERS OF ALL KINDS,
aloon Bread, in half and wbo'e boxes.
Sacks of Bran and Wheat,
.Leonard's Sperm Candles,
Cases California Lard,
California Beets and Tornips,
uases lloaat Chicken and Vegetable Soup.
avio-ialo Sugar, cfcc, c&c,,
And for Sale at the Lowest Bates,
At the Family Grocery and Feed Store
. BY
JUDD & LAYTON,
I lo
PIPES! PIPES! PIPES!
I. NOLTB,
HAS RECEIVED DIRECT PROM VIENNA,
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
GENUINE MEEESHAUM PIPES !
Erer Offered in this Market.
For Sale at BeasoBable Vrtrru t
NOTICE.
A LI. GOODS stored ea the Hudson Bar
CompMjj'l Pre4R. if not eiaiaed WITHIN
SEVEN1 DATS FR0H THIS DATE, wsK be sM at
Auction to defrar exBessea. asd frt tfca beaaatt' af
whom K may, eoeeni.
TUSK). H. DA VIES,
2 Acest for the Hadssa Ear Prajstaea.
AUCTION SALES.
Br e. p. adah.
OLD LUMBER AT AUCTION.
At tbc old Custom I loaavelVharl
On Saturday, Feb. 18, at 12
o'clock, Noorif
WILL BE SOLD
A LOT OF DECK PLANK
Landed from Bark Violette.
E. P. ADAMS, Auet'r.
A SALE OF NEW GOODS
Imported by -
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE, ESQ.,
Ex Ship William Lo Lacheur
WILL BE HELD ON
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY,
FEBRUARY 22d AND 23d,
At 10 A. M.,
At Salesroom of EP.. Adams,
COSSISTISQ OF
A LARGE AND VARIED
ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Hardware,
; 1 ' ' t
Groceries, Cutlery,
i . v . Crockery ahd Glassware,
, Fancy Goods;- &c.
. ALSO,
Portland. Cement,, . , .
Galvanized Roofing,-
.-an. !.
. Galvanized Ware,
Hubliuck's Zinc, Boiled Oil and
- "White Lead.
Samples will be Sold without Reserve.
Liberal Terms at Sale.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
Br onncn or SAsroan B. Dole, ApamsTitATOB or
the Estate or Wv. II. Beat, nxCESSen.
"TT IS ORDERED DV THE COURT
X that the said Sanfbrd B. Dole be, and he is hereby
authorised to sell at public auction to too highest bid
der, at Honolulu aforesaid at 12 o'clock, noon, on
SATURDAY, THE 25th DAT OF FEBRUARY,
A. D. 1871, or such other time and place as this Court
may direct, all right, title and interest of tho said de
ceased in and to the real citato hereinafter described.
and that the said Sanford B. Dole do gire notico of
tnis order oy publication ncreor in too Hawaiian and
English languages in the Hawaiian Oaiette and
Au OcoA, newspapers printed and published in Hono.
lulu aforesaid, and by posting the same in at least
three conspicuous and publio places in said Honolulu
for at least three successire weeks previous to the said
sale, and that bo make due return of his proceedings
to this Court within ten days after such sale.
The following is adescription of the real estate or
dered to be offered for sale :
" Commencing on tbe makai side of Queen street at
the east corner of this lot. tbe boundary runs S.629iy
IV. 137 links to the south-cast corner of this lot;
thence N. 40a .10' V. 81 links to tha south-west cor
ner; thence N. 5S 45' E. 172 links to tbe north-west
corner on Queen street aforesaid ; thencaS. 47 15' E.
9IJ links along said Queen street to point of com
mencement, containiog 19 1-10 square rods. There is
a fine new cottage on this lot, with an out-house. The
Gorernment water is laid on in pipes.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Administrator of the Estate ofWai. 11. Bray, deo'd.
3-lw E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
THEO. H. DA VIES
FOR SAlTthIIaRGO
-OF THE FINE-
CLIPPER BARK " DELTA ! "
A 1 AT LLOYD'S.
This Vessel -will be Due in March,
AND HAS A FULLY
ASSORTED GAR 0
EXPRESSLY
Selected for this Market!
ALSO
Two Elegant Park Pkaeiois,
Suitable for Double aad Single Harness,
Ransomo, Sims fc Co's Heavy Plows,
ONE TRASH TURNER, Ac ALSO.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF BOTTLED ALE,
BASS' ALE, IND COOP A CO'S ALE,
DeTCHfeb's Celebrated Chaapagae Ate,
AND
A PEW OP McONIE'S C00LEES.
ALSO ON HAND,
6ae McOhIc's Train ef Carrea Pass,
AND ONE AfcONIE'S CLABIFIER.
FOR, SALE BY
a. THEO. H, DAV1ES.
Salt, altl "
2 (ifin TONS Best Ilawaiiaa Salt, fer
IJV sale to qaantiliee to saU, by
EOLLSg 1 CO.. AgeaU.
'S-fA'aJoWswSxAI.'-AslaWWMs S;
Groceries and Ship Strc
ALWAYS em kaad. aad wiH be SM M'
tha lowest prieet, by
; stoltlbs a co.
Oars,
TKST New BeeVferd As
Oars AM tases.
&0LLK3 X CO.
JL 1'or safe by
AUCTION, gALBS.
Br c. a. BARTOW.
THIS BAT.
Wednesday, Jeliraury 15tk, 1870,
' 'At 10 o'clock A.M. at SaWooh, will UnM
AX ASSORTMENT OF MY GOQtS,
1 Maxicaa Spars, Cal tears la Bit.
Cases Kerosene, Keg Brown Sugar,
Galnness' Porter, Alt, etc., elc, etc.
-"-SO
Arikles of Clfrthi&g, Xastieal IstrsaMat
aa Cfe&rta,
Effects of the late W. H. Surfc-rnt, tf Udk ViolaUa,
Tia: .
Shirts, Drawers, Coals, Vests, Pants, etc,
Scarf Pins, Wateh-fcard, Watch Keys,
Marina Glasses, Syaftaaa, -Nautical
Almanac, Sextant, Quadrant, Epibiae,
Bagtlah Channel Pilot, Sailing Directions.
CHARTS s
1 Indian and Pacific Ocean, 1 South Atlantic Ocean,
1 Virrln Islands, 1 "Coast of Qoyana.
1 Oolf of Mexico, 1 Island of Jamaica,
3 Noiti Atlantlo Ocean, 1 English. Channel.
CS. BARTOW. Aaefr.
SLOOP KATIE
Will be Sold at Public Auetiea,
ON SATURDAY, PEB'Y. atKk.
At ISo'cieok Noefit-
If not preriouily disposed of at prlrato sale.
Said Sloop is seven toss Essjiste-r asd is
Supplied wills 5
3 CHAINS, about 01 Fathoms,
1 ANCHOR and a NEW SET
' ' OF SAILS, SWEEPS, 10., AC.
For further particulars apply to
C. 8-BARTOW, Anct'r.
EXECUTOR'S SALE
OF
Buildings and Lease of Land
Oa.KlB; Street, Honolulu.
Bytordaf or.J. W. AUSTIN, Esq., Executor of tha
t Will of E-R COFFIN, deceased, will besc-td
at Publio Auction -
j
On Saturday, the 4th day of Marek, 1871,
At 12. O'clock, M.,
On the Duncan premises, nearly opposite th Station.
House, on King Street, Honolulu, tha Two Wooden
Buildincs, occupied by William Duncan for maar
years as 'a Blacksmith Shop, and Carriage Shop, the
same to b rttnoTed from tho premises.
Immediately niter tho abere Sale,
on tho tsald Prctalacs,
by order of J. W. AUSTIN. Trustee of S. Reynolds,
will be sold at Publio Auction, for tho tana of TEN
YEARS front the 4 th of March, 1371. at a yearly rent,
tho l.caso of toe lnnilf upon a part oifwhich tho
two said buildings stand, tha whola land to be leased
measuring sixty-fire feet on King Street, and extend
ing the rear One Hundred and Nina Feet, Including
a Two-aUiry Dwelling Uonjo standing In the rear of
tbe said premises, the whole forming a desirable In
vestment, as the land may be made araUible for Int
proTements. For further particulars, apply to
J. w. AU6I1M. Executor aad Trustee.
Or to C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Consulate of Prance.
4TIt CONSEQUENCE OF THE SUPPKES
jT'slon of the Chaneelery of the Consulate, tha
French Commissioner will attend personally, at. his
residence, to all eonsular aets which his compatriots
may require. Persons who bare written eommunka
tions addressed to him, are requested to deposit them
either at tho Consulate of Italy, or In Post OfSca box
A O. 41.
3-3 THEODORE BALLIEV.
Notice Consylaire.
MMRS LES FRANCAIS, rcsidant dans
lo RoTaume Hawalen sont lnformes oua lea
benefices da dec ret d'amnlstle rendu a propoa da la
Ccntenaire de Napoleon I, relatlrement au service)
militaire et maritime, cesseront d'exister a dater da
15 rerrier procbain.
Tout Franeals qui n'auralt pas satlsfait aux lois da
la conscription, ou qnl no aerait pas certain
dc la rcgnlnritc de scs rapiers a cet
cgnrd, dottse pourrolr, sans detal et par lettre.
aupres da Consnlat de France, sous peine d'etre !
terleuremcnt expose aux rlgutura des .lois ailitalre.
Ceux qal, apres la. present notification, dument lu-
serea dans la Jourral OfScwI da Ueoternement Ha-
waien, negligeron.jlcfairc las demarches bjdlqaeca,
ussumcront sar eax scale la rcspoiulbllltc
dc Icnr condaite.
4 3t THEODORE BAIilEU.
SUGAR PLANTATION FOR SALE
IN
KAIJ,
iVAioiiixtr,
HAWAII.
rpniS PLANTATION CONSIST? OF EIGHTEEN
X acres in Fee Simple, with a lease or ISO acres of
good Suir land 65 acrea of which is planted with
cane, to be taken off In Norember, the yield being ea-
uuuica at iwo ions per acre, mere u a good dwell
ing boura on tha premises, with sunr-housa. boltinr.
house,augar-miil with bono-power, tho wioleformuie
a good Sugar Plantation, which maybe enlarged' If.
neccaaary. ror lurioer panicaiars. apply lo ,
B0BERT BROWN,
On tha premises, or
WALKER A ALLEN.
3-1 1 Honolulu.
For Silo.
Land & Cattle onjhe Island of Hawaii
fllHE LAROE AND VALUASjLE LAND OP KA
JL buku, situated in tha Diitrfet of Kan, Island of
Hawaii, with seven hundred and forte bead of Cattle.
There are supposed to be la this hat On Hundred
and Fifty Thousandacres, a portion of which Is good
grasiag land, and suitable for eattle aad sheep. Tha -land
abounds In Pulu, it being- considered tbe best
pula station on the Island. A. parson is ready to m
lease the joat run for $209 par annuo for A tens of-erv
years, the whole forming a good opportunity for in-
vestment.
For particulars apply to
J. W. AUSTIN.
3-tt. Honolulu.
Administrator's Ifotiee.
In tha mutter of the Estate of ALEX. WHITE,
of Moloaa, Keual, deceased.
THE UNDERSIGN ED HAVING BEEN
appointed temporary administrators of the above)
Estate, all persons having claims against Said astata
are hereby notified to present their aieJsss daly au
thenticated to the anderslgneo', and all persona in
pontrsion of property belongiag to said estata are
notified to aseoont for the same without delay.
liUlir WHITE.
W. 0. SMITH.
Llhue, Jan. 19, 1871. 3-
Administrator's Motiee.
THE UNDES1CNED HAVING BEEN
appointed administrator of the Eatata of J. H.
Thrnpp of Kaiwixi, Hilo, Hawaii decaascd hereby
requests all persons to present their claims oa or ba
fore th first dar of Hards next, or thesr-arill La
rer barred, and all persons IndabUaa to th abova
estate are requested to max Imsaedlaff eayaust to
J.. rJJSVESAXCK.
Hilo, Jan.30th,ia71-t-lU AdaiiaartnUr.
Golden Gate Mills Flour,
TUE Best Quality, received Ureet7ra
the Mills by every Paeket, which enables niko
narrans U Ire-h jul:m perfect order. Tor sal byi
z EOILES A CO.
Paints and. Paint Qlf,
HUBBARD'S Beat Belled Oil, '
Hablard'a WhMaiaej
KaUwd's Whit Lead.
J.T,W..,Wiit Laad.'
Fsncy Palntr, a gaeral aasirtaseeL orasbr
- BOE.LW A (30.
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A XBKICAK
JSl. stth ky
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m
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HawaliM
PACKBB mm utm Mssttai kxMaa5, r ati
erpariiaaaal ilsLraa wawwaaaaatraa ssa4
Hli;aMaaspiMMSSl, . T
bQLUUS A CO.
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