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HATTAHAX GAZETTE
M. RALEE,
rrsiowi arm; ooterxjient press
HONOLULU;
W3i5BSDAT, FEB. 9t
1S71.
BY ArrnonnT.
I aeeeviasse sea Im pmnsi of An Art n-
jiWmmfcf llwai. Saaaei
1 " i ii. r li rw ul . H. Matutka
ft i li III si tareWPaatrwrtesf S ta Kok.
a. iatsBtl as? Btv-uL
T. W. Erchms.
Mfasiili i, af tka Interior.
rHKMLi.im.
X-? ,ZSV iblMM
Hoc -D. K-l
uuu s tea
of Oakaj.
3. 0- !.
, m. ntt. isi.
i the k ml, H. RUL
4-- m OaatHal G wl, Mr. W
.i iiwil i with life- Majesty for
i .rpocc ejf fl Cay rat Herbert of
11 & X. ap Seyik. Optm IktWt
li n filly lienst-is... OfcavrW-
II We4. TU. & Moo4v m E. Selby
Itju, iiiaiirt Pkjnwlar TWoe. F. Iltvr-
ii 1 raniaw, Mill iaipi M. S.
Beattr.
TW ycqr latiidyaavt- at 1! 3L,
IBs Ma$ggrfcapTO Mtees-Kl lay
f PwaTOVafe aad Oha-
haam k the Iihrarv.
A:.r a alfh r pa;: ad in coaversatioa
Pnlslic Spirit.
Is
thesh
thac -mt
twi hmi mo
he
teaayhoiy
tbe Forra
Is : Mr w
Otwoe., r aay
other O-swe exocat oar
us, if at al
ap with k. Br law,
tfiwrf d
-. vrrthiaar that
is nt:pnt ihtr for
at ks eotaauf, awl
h. aaa,aiwaf naablr Xot only fc he
p-miiak by law, bat be k rtypaaiibln kt
lace It waald he as as a iaii Jbr ns,
:r rJOBKeatiaaT ayam anything which w
may see kt aawaaar paper, to say that
these Naamffe eaaaaated from iir. S., or
J -. ie Dor Eaaaire as it k tor others
v -peak of oar eeSioriak as fanning
- e aajbody eke. Bender, k does not
Mm jaiat jnet towmcaW tbe editor of thk
paper to atHthate hCtw articles to that at last steps hare been taken whieh
othets. We wea wikiakr apaa a sabjeet j will msare tbe erectkm of a hotel which
!at MUk iateres, mad the fiaot re-J will be a eredk to the place. Tbe time is
main uaJiupaatia. aad amy now be eoa- t fit-t approahiag when those of our cili
icrrd fapatihl , that the aaaUaaount i w-fco visk other oountries, when
rnork iteaiaawl here Sir Urge prices,
a-l the ahiaamr with whiek any strac
xstv go oa for want of workmen, k a
KHiW ohataeae ta pahlic haproTemeiitc.
the
doiiar aad a half Sar hast, as saaall a
; of weak kt a tint of tkae as he
can do. By tbe way, we iad four dollars
harged m VLb Carjuains. mm mechaaics'
waa?es, tkmgh at K probable that the
ciixa half rlnlhir goes as a tariff to the
' ' boa.- Xor do we hhaaf any man ibr
Mr himiiahf aad &iiv
bursaries as his
iaber anal a mariagant to pradeaee itil
Bat are do say, whatever A cause may
be iiamh hmtis to the demaad of iargc
Mr a aaal
; of labor, the
as retarded :
who aodortake to !
wkh as now, are j
that the few me-;
can not make "fall j
i
met MBmams that es
thamhy. Aad SMe
aWaas she ajuactiou
macuaand ta aslaa
chasscs that an hare
that etarpn:a
dhe
It may be tigi-a jacaeyman mtdmaic j opmisw of many the business eeetre is
kt that coaajfry, baring a wife aad. two t situated aeeedisg to tbe locality of their
ehtt&xii, cam aat imi the neeeseades of owa business plaees. They think tbe
hnV fjr has than nine hundred and j true centre is very near their own premis-toay-oist
delhus per mnu, not kt- j es, bo pnrticukr matter where that mav
aoiadiag thMia eotJtiac, sohootiac, med-,
icai itHninaHe, whieh, being added,
may auke seaac three or fbar hand red
r mote. fYe know that
y respectable matifies in this
town who hare fired appatreatly comfort-
abb Sar lese, atad defive ibr less. And
m pants of the warid where the prime ,
iiBtati ui'm asf bar are as high or higher, '
aad she eammle waairej better aad more '
ah an Inat ejaahhag, ae well as better sbd- (
Mr and more Ml Scr the bare preserra-
skm of Bfe, peepfe io five for very ranch
kee maaey. IF k k said that the maksten- j
mwe of such a iaaulv i is described. '
eastas $L.I per day ibr provisioBS alone, '
weeaa only say that Eeeh persons neces-1
urrerr transcend those of!
; respectable fassffies ef oar ac-1
funiitaaee.
TTe"hane nothing to take back in this
Twitter. We arc hbormg ibr the pcbSc
geed, aioae; -we are as desirous of per
sonal popatarity as anyone con be, and if
we were w3Ego sacrifice ocr sense of
dstv, rmgbt perhaps bid for a little popa--
maly wkh a few persons by biding the
trash, or gfessmg k over.
Ix eoerersag wkh different people dur
ing the past two weeks, tbe comments
ii hii.ii we fc-ive heard raade by all dosses
of S3s, aad some notable instances which
iaTemfiHVa under our observation, fuive
csaraoed ta teat ocr trews on tins sob
jet are paitkated ia by a large zna
ioQtY of the coffirnnrntr. In oar remarks
we a net mamie ereryone, ana that J
oa who fceli thai be Joes earn all that he '
asks fetia bis employer, fcas no reason to '
attempt to fit tke,ceeitKo himseiC AVe
k vp oteerred people on. Jobs vrbkh should
Wave Was doae irftnni dav. prolohc them
tar tvro aSl three da vs. We have felt a
twinge of phy for the pocket of their cm
plorers, -who vroakl be railed upon to pay
ifer on or two days kbor, anaeetsjadly.
Can k be doubted that tbe next timetbey
ieel impelled to repair or improve their
premises, they will bave a lively remem-
hranceboth of the tedloaBess and ex-
pause of jobs whieh they have seea sa
Vasaee slake --.? ?
There Js aaoth'er way in which public
sptrk is ireqatly developed in this
taws : The streets are eertainly net very
wideyet geathteiea not only do not give
a ay room wlwa thay are btukliag:, bat
take the opportunity to load the t-ide-walks
with goods and other obstructions,
muck so in sotse instaaees that it
woaWrrant one in thiikiir that the in-
dividual had an id en that be owned the
street. In oae notable instance, ktelyt
where the Crown Coataussioners bad re
leased a lot on Merchant Street, with die
eoadkioB. that a wooden build lag should
he retired to form the street, m order that
they aught pt a See eoncrete pavement
io front, the lessee complied with bis
agreement, but tbe ersoas bohling un
der Mm eonoiaded to eat a door in tbe
eaxl " here aoae had been before, and
occupy the sidewalk thus made with steps.
Oae of the dtSoaltiee aadr which we
lahor-k this : That alaiost all the foreign
ers nAiwit here eoasider themselves, as
k were, eaeantped. An orduMry ejepres
sioa beard is, "I am here to do business."
It is trae that they amy live here till they
die, aad their children may possibly live
here after them, bat they do not think so.
Many have a well-defined obytet in view,
to soqaare aioaey aad then leave; more
hare a thought that were they to die,
their widows and ehaVirea wottfcl leave
aad jew their friends m their native
try; and nearly aU have an indistinct
idea that at some future, undefined .time,
they will enjoy tbe sweets of civilizalkxi
ia some other country. Ileaee, we too
frequently hear men setting iorth what
others oagfat to do, or, " bow meh they
wotrid do if thev were so and so. "
--The Hotel Jlectini
The subscribers to the Hotel &nd met
at the flaaaee office aeeordiag to notice,
on, Wednesday last. After free dfeens
sion on various points coaneeted wkh tbe
eaterprise, the subscribers elected 3Iessrs.
C. H. Lewers and L. L. Torbert as a com
mittee to adrke wkh the Minister of tbe
Interior in regard to the location, style of
building, itc Messrs. Lewers and Tor
bert being both practical men, their selee-
the coawnktoe k emiaeatlv wise.
It k a cause of eoneratniation to all
prasiag the beauty of the seenery of the
islands and the salubrity of their climate, ,
need not be pat to the blush when asked,
" How about your hotels ?" They wiK be I
able to say with some pride (which wHl j
not be lessened if they happen to be sab-'1!
scribers to tbe fund) that the public spirit
ed dtiaens of IIoboIbIu seeintr the neces-
?
sity of ha-iag a good hotel built, have i
forward and subscribed tbe monev
to erect a suitable building; and that
' care will be taken when the banding is
completed, that it will be kept - on tbe
most appro red plan; that it will be a
pleasant home for the pleasure seeker, tbe
sight seer and the invalid, alike.
We understand that several eligible le-
catsoas are m view, though as vet no site
has bees &cedpoB, although we presume
some place will be seleeted which wiH, as
mr as possible, unite the requisites of
agreeable seenery and airiness with a
proximity tothe bosiness centre of the
town. There may be some difaenlty
in fixiaer tbe latter noint. as in tlu
be. TTe have bo doubt that our friend
who disposes of excellent groceries far np
Xuaana Valley, thinks, honestly, that tbe
needle of the hesiness compass would
stand perpesidicalsir very near his place
perhaps it would. At any rate, wherever
the eentre may be some insist that k is
oa Queeastreet we are confident that
the gentlemen who have the matter in
hand, will select a locality which will best
suit the convenience of tbe pnbGc and be
the most agreeable to the future traveler,
whose patronage w3l be mainly depended
apon to make the enterprise a seceessfni
one.
: :
E are requested to notify tbe public
tGl eatser Kilaaea, after her tnp to
Koaa next week, will lay np for one -week
I for the purpose of cteacft9g her boilers,
i-c She will again coinmeace her regn
fcir trips on Monday, 3Iarcb 13th.
Supreme Court, Ilavrailaxs. Inland.
jascaet tcuc leTl.
Jones
A. Bttrdiek ts. Godfrey Elides and
Jaaus S. Lemon, Exajtlmt. c
Befare Arr.n, C aad HxznrErx aad Wini-
XAXS-, J. J.
Jnry wiiredadcae heard by the fall Cbart.
VT. C. Jones, far 'the plain tie".
E. H. Stanley, far the defendants.
Thii 13 aaTca ofJAssaspeit far good Oejj
Hyertd aad services rraderEd, and tieiitTef
Lbs BartleU Hotel, ia this city, to which there
has ben riled aa amieat in &trM
ti parties have entered iato the rolfjwiar
rtlpelatiaa ;
- That the aecozat cf the plaintiff is admitted
as proven, after dedactr&g therefrom the sum of
$551. leavteg a balance Una on Slid accoant of
S-J36.17. eielastve of interest.
That tbe amount of spiritiocj liquors wlJ to
plaintiff at retail, as specified in the plea of set'
eS. in onler to brisj the leg! point before the
' Court, is admitted as proven, the plaintiff claim
ioy that It is illegal, and sot recoverable 'tinder
the Act of 1864 ; tbe question submitted to tne
Coort beisj tbe legality f the set-off under said
Act. and the defendants' right to recover.
neowaw. Jancary lr.ltut.
, a,ef,1, QrtU ".not
Mloivs
" That no snit brossht for the recovery of any
' debt contracted after the promalcstioo of this
Act, for sptritnecs liquors sold, or furnished to
ay person by any licensed retail dealer io such
fiqaors, shall be maintained in any court of this
Kin-dota.'
The eoossefer the defeadants contends that
this enactment is caconstitottonal, aad that the
statute law of this Kingdom, oa every priecifJe
ef Justice, ri;ht, and reason, can cot deprive the
Kceasee of the power of coHectin what he
heaestlT tea's by virtue of tbe power given him
fe-r the consideration of 31,000.
The accoant commenced on the 2Sth day or
March, 156S, and ended June 1st, 1S69, aad of
: course the sale was made nodr an annual license
dcrUi? that period. 'When tbe license was taken,
the provision of law had been io force for
same years. Tbe licensee knew perfectly well
that he conld conk! not recover for Kqacr soW on
credit, and in this case it is ia evidesce by tne
defence that the plaintiff toid the vitness (who
was the bar-keeper,) that he shoaM Dot pay tbe
accoant. The licensee had fair warning by the
law aad by the party himself, acd yet be costianed
ta sen the plaintiff in most rniBoos quantities
AVbee the Bcease was rivea this law was a
eoaditioe, and heaee it becoaves virtually a part
of the contract, Ac aad of coarse there can not
exist nay groand for charge of iejasitce.
The coaasei farther contend that it is in re
straint of trade, aad therefore Qaeoastitntioaal
and void.
This hw is is the nature of a police refutation
for the preveatiea of draateeaess, aad this prin
ciple of tegisbtioa is sastained by noaterocs an
taorities. Lieoase Oases, 5 How, 5M; Cooler's
Oaslilatiooal LiantatioBS, 5S3 ; Wyaebaoer vs.
People. 13 X. Y.. 3TS; Grit vs. ranker, 31 Yt.,
610 ; People vs. Haaiey, 3 .Mick.. 330.
It is a wise provisioe of law, as it is a constant
reamiader of the cost of intemperate habits. I he
bill ekmed as a set-off is the best evideace that
every pfecaatiosary neassre shoaid be taken to
shiehl the poor vktiats of intemperance.
It Bkiy be weH to give an example of this ac
eoaat. It cootiased for a few days aver thirteen
tooths, aBd tbe anMnat of tbe bill for liquors
was $1,076.50, most of which was contracted in
ten oM&ths. The accoant for the araoth of May
is a fair average of the whole period.
Mjr 15 &4s ; 3d, 5 Sis sb1 J ram ? 4 75
" 519 fids aad X Bv; 6th, IS ads S 2
" T-6 fids and KBr'vjSlfc.n fids aad 1 Br SM
lBrj; Uth,7adsand Jf Br"? 5 50
" K 16 fids aad f Bf j; IttB, S Sd j a'ad X B 9 75
" U-l fids aad XB'r,15ta.S fids aad XB S 50
" ir-9 &ts aad J,' B'r, lt, li fids aad 1 B 9 75
"1 StadsaadJ;Bjr;Mk,27fi4s IS 25
21 20 fids aad jf B'j; 22ii, IS fids aad J B 12 CO
" 34 1 fids aad 1 B"J-, 25th, 12 fids and X B 10 75
"26 12 fids aad B'j; 27 a, 12 fids and tB S 50
2S 16 fids and J BV, 29rh, 12 Sds aad 1 B 10 75
" 31 Due W m. Weed eo water tiak. 19 CO
Meo 25
This provision is cadosbtedly within the spirit
or the faws which have been" recognized as valid
is State where the CoBititatioBal provi.-iosK and
sUUtei beori so this questioo are aaalogooj
te aar owg.
AH Coorts agree that the construction of the
0oitit8lio, by tbe Igiiktare, a? given in their
Aetj, osaht to bare great weKbt, aad not to be
otecraled anleii aaifcslly emmeoas.
la the case of Soper vs. ilarrard College, tbe
Cosrt fays that the statute prebMtiahiBboHers
and others from giving cretilt to the soder-
P131" f ei'her of the coHeres ia Masjacha-
setis is CMUtitatrasaL ibis statete iaoKts a
pesalty forgiving credit to this cius f persoss."
Tbe promise of ait infant is void except for
BecessarH, jet people wM often rive credit to
them, aad. as the Coort fay, - ratBtster to their
pfcasaree and dissipatioo, relyiag apon the honor
of iageaaoas yeBg men to disebarge debts so
scarred, that tbe wbofesoaje intention of the
ceeaisOB law is evaded, aad joath are exposed to
teaiptalioas which it 13 difficelt for tbem to re
sist." Tbe deht is not only void, bat a penalty
is incurred.
Ia the case ef tbe Commonwealth V3. Ciapp,
5 Gray, 33, the Court say that 3 statute which
provides for tbe panisbmeet of unlawful sales of
intoxicating' fiquers by fine and imprisonment.
does set conflict with the Constitution of the
Coiled States, nor with the First and Teeth Art
icles of the Declaration of Rights, nor as being
unreasonable, noras imposing excessive fines, or
iBSietiag err: el aad unusual penisbneots. contrary
to the Tweatv-eixlb Article of tbe Declaration of
Rights. Commonwealth vs. H atcbios, 5 Graj,
15 co far as the provisiess sf tbe CvBstitotron
of this Kingdom are concerned, tbe same princi
ple of coastrrction arontd apiily. This Cosrt has
BKe a sianir dedsoe in the statute prohibiting
the sak of nquer ta ilawauaas.
It has been truly said by an etaiaeat American
statesman, "That it is 3 question not jet satis
factorily settled, bow fir and in what way the
law af tbe bad can be applied to recaedy'the
Ireaeadotu evib aruis from iateaiperance.
And thh is ooe of the wise provisions wfSeh pro
tect! a man when he has k-it his self -control, and
iadslges to as excess even to drantenaess. It
is a grave offense ia morals to -ll to one in this
eeaditia ; ;tM it is done, aBd all tbe protection
that can be thrown around the enfbrtnaate stave
of this appetite, it is the duty of the Legislature
ta do. Society has great halls which are rbited
oa these aalbrfaute victims.
Tbe laws cf this Kiagdoo are 13 ttberal on the
saWject af the license to sell intoxicating liquors
as they can be made, consistently with the safety
f the cosinuaity. In many countries the sale
il prohibited, or onder vcrj severe restrictions.
In the ease of 'VYalaa vs. Kirby, 59 Mass., the
Caort sustain the provision of law to recover
back isoeey paid on settlement of mntnal ac
ceaati. The syHabss of the cue is as follows :
If a purchaser of intoxicating lienors, sold in
viaUtiea or law, in settling mutnal accoants with
the seller, credit him with the price thereof, and
receiVing from him payment of the balance found
due after sach an allowance, giving him areceipt
io full settlement of the accoant, inch payment
and receipt do cot have the effect of aa accord
and satisfaction to bar ta action to recover the
araooat so credited."
The eosasel has not Bade the.nsnally received
legal distinction between a Uw which' regulates
the sale of intoxicating liqucts and I hit which
prohibits it. So serioss qseation of Constitn
tiosil taw has been made in regard to the former.
The coacsel farther contend that it is a rase
cf natal credit. The daia of the plaintiff was
for rent payable monthly, and that-of tha de
fendants for liqnots sold, as heretofore described.
"The oaek a legal claim, and recoverable at
un,uu tuo unr la luteal caaiui, auu upuu
which a snit cin'cot'be entertained. -
It appears by the evidence that there bad been
no settlement or mntnal discharge-; no,'accord
and satisfaction. The jllrgality of the transac
tion was wholly on the part of the testator.
The Coort can not regard aa illegal claim s a
legitimate subject of set-off. Mr. Justice S!ory
says that " the Statute of set-off contemplates
only soch mutual debts and demands as a.e doe
in the same right."
There is no reason why a claim shod have
more right by way of set-eff, than in" a snit
brought to recover it.
We therefore givo jndgtnejt for the plaintiff,
in the sum of $1S7.S5, with casts, which incluOcs
interest from Oct. 14.1 SCO. :,
- ' J Eussa II.'Auxx,
" ". v f Ciuf Justice.
Altud S. IIaetwkli,
Assxi&) Justice.
IT. X. WtSEUXXS,
J wciet'd Justice.
"A few weeks bro. Cyrus W. leld, Esq., re
marked to an .ent of a Life Iuiarancs Companj
woo bad been abouta"pereverlsla eodeavorio
to Insure hU life, as be (Mr. Tlcli) bad been In lav
ing the cable: "I do not txIIcTe life Insurance a
profitable Investment for a ljtr-llved person. 1
have bad a policy of tea tiouurd dollars for t enty
faur years, and I have paid man In premiums and
Interest than my family would receive were I to die
now, I am sure. ' 'Let us see, says tbe spent. Tbe
policy was produced, with Ac dividend additions,
and a calculation was madrby the agent, tbe result
thowiag that .hould be dli after bavtcz the lusur- I
ance f'r twenty-four yeirs, his family would re
ceive more than six thousand dollars over and above
all premiums paid, with compound Interest added
at six per cent. Tbe -esult seemed so incredible
that heaboron-hly Invt!ritcd It himself, and find-
io the calculations corat. Increased his Insurance
to one hundred thousand dollars, tiklnc; twenty
thousand dollars In out company, and policies of
ten thousand dollars eath In seven other companies,
aU of wbkh are purely mutnaL
As tbe above and sltnlir articles are bcinr citcn.
slveiy circulated by otbirLIfs Insurance Companies,
it is only ri;bt to add ttit tbe policy referred to Is
Xo. 421 ia the Mutnal life Insurance Company, of
New- York, F. S. Wluitiu, President. Mr. Field's
laaurasce la this Comprny having proved such an
exceilant Iimrs'ment, hi at once took out a policy
for 518,000 addllioual mtklns S20.0CO in all, tbe full
amount taken on any oie life by this Company.
Circulars and every itformition may be bad on
application to J. R. He.cn, special Agent for tbe
Hawaiian Islands, or E. P. Adams, Local Agent,
Queen Street, Ilonolulc
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sia t-vtnit-r
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Tfc. THIRD Md-TOORTU ACTS cf OTHELLO.
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IXTESJHSSIO.Y.
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MSG" JOHN" MR. RATNER
PRINCE ARTtmR MAGGIE KNIGHT
HUBERT. MR. SEILL
Ta cacrfaJe wilh a DOUBLE SONG 1 DANCE, by MKs Ms;
cie Knfzht and Frank Jenee.
Dreas Ctrde, 51-00; Bmned Seats, f 10; raranetta, 75
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TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
DISTEICT OF H0S0tTJX,TT, 0AHTJ.
THE OfDERSIGXED HEREBT GIVES NOTICE
that his oSee will be elose-l for the collection or
taies due for the jear 1879, after Saturday, the 11th
of March proximo, and all partiewho hare nit paid
at that date will be proceedel azamst according to
law. GEO. H. LUCE,
Febmiry II, 1S71. (6 Inj Tai Collector.
AMERICAN RELIEF FUND.
SETEXTII ASXTAL 3IEETIXG.
SrESCRIBEP.S TO THE AMERICAN RELIEF
FfXD are requested ta attend the Annual Meet
iag.atthe Rooms of Mechaais EuiueCompaaj X. 2,
on Wedsesdav ercninj, Feb. UJ, at 71 o'clock.
PER ORDER.
Hsnolula, Fcsrcarj 20, 1S7I.
Water! Water
Tun I.VIIABITAXTS OF HOXOI.OLU
receivinz water frora the Government pipes are
uetiSed berebv that tbe water will be drawn off frsra
the Reserroiron Friday seat the 21tb, inst., for re
pain r
Thej are therefore advised ta fcraifh themselves
with a cufueieat scpplj oa tbe day previous.
TH03. LOXG.
So.pt. of Water iVorks.
Honololn, Feb. Hi. 1871. 64
200 BBLS. of 0EEG0H" PLOiTE,
TUST RKCEITED AAD FOR SALE
O Cleap bj
C. BREWER A CO.
LOST,
rn SATJTRDAY EVEXTSG LAST, OX ADAMS
J or Hotel streets, a banch of keys. Tbe finder
will be liberally rewarded by retnrsia; the same ta
tbe Post OSee. C-tt
jYotice.
ATISAIs DIVIDEND OF ONE A7TD A
. qaarter per cent, oa Stock of H. S. and G.I. T.
2tavaatiB Coapanj will be paH bj tirennderjirped
at his oGce.
A. S. CLEGHORJT,
Trearurer IT. S. A G. I- I. SCo.
Hcnolala, Feb. 17ib, 1871. -3t.
Adiriinistrator's ITotice."
teol
bf SToloaa. Usual, deceased.
THE U5DEBSIfJ?lEri HATING BEEN
appotated teoporary'ad mis istra tors of tbo above
Estale'..all penoas haviagteTsTrni araicrl raid estate
ara herebj ooCSe-I to present their di ms islj as
thecrigated ta the oadcnirao-1. and all personttn
posses sioB of property belonging to said estala are
BOtiaed to aseouat for the aaae withoot delay.
LCCI WHITE.
W. 0. SMITH-
LUrae. Jan. 17. 1871. '2-
Administrator's Hotice.
rps
HK, UXDBSIGNED HAVING BEEN
anixHlted adaiJairtraioT rf tie EscoSo of J. H.
Thrapp of Kaiwiki, IKio, KoeraS, dialed gerety
requests aij pejaoaa U 111 neat laser clafeas r er be
fore tie'lrstcUy of Jtareiaeit. or tfcey wiH be for
erer barred, aad aS "pcruai indebted ta the above
cstzU are requcitcd t- raale .immediate payment ta
L. SETS&ASCZ.
Haas Jaa.Mth.Usl Wt. Adzalstratar.
NEW ADVERTISBJUSNTS.
. pjmjgll
GHOOERXESI
TO ARRIVE run
STEAMER OF THE 25th INST.
G.
0. Kxtra FunUj Floor,
fl. 0. Kxtra Wheat Meat,
Oat Meal, r.yeifeal, " '
HWUtOLDT POTATOKS,
CtI,lFOK.-lA OXIOXH.
IlattVs Cream Che, "
r
California Haas and Saeon,
Sitts Eastern Tongues and Sounds,
Cutting's Pickles In fire-rallon kajl.
Iirbbls Colombia River Salmon,
11 rbbls best Family Pork.
California floldea Syrup,
Ccttirg's Takla Fruits, auotioj,
Now Pacific Codfish,
Almonds aad Walnuts, - .
OATsi, Ail WIIEAT,
Smoked Bef, Smoked Salmon,
All kinds of Crackers aad Cakes,
Beets and Turnip?,
Half and whole boxes Saloon Bread, etc., etc..
For sala a lowest ratas at tbe Family Feed Store.
JUDD A LAYTON.
6-1 m No. )! Fort Street.
STEAM IN THE PACIFIC
1S71 ggg 1S71
THll COZsXMSjRCXAIj
PERIODICAL AND NEWS AGENCY
FOR THE NORTH PACIFIC.
nAVIXG BKR.V mu TWENTY YEARS
11 MUMkhed la thij city as Ajmt for tha IfaJing Anwrt-
Alagasncs and Newspapers,
Enjoying tie best Facilities for Supplying Sub
scribers at Ae Lowest Possible Cbst,
The BBdenigaol aolkita tLa euHttntuac ef Ilia patnMKg rf
"in man vativua, -11 win l wtia protupmeas
aaJ aatlra aalbiwlkai, aiao Id tba sraallnt Duttrrv
A taa steam Una U adar aalabluhej, ouaofctiec Iloavlola
with San FraaefacaasJ tha CXJusias. Bwnthlj .VSir TVKK.
LOXDOXAXD .irsTRJtUUV 1VBUCA1WXS a ill ta
iurBoa 10 sulMCtiMra
Wllltlii 10 to -M dajra rrom the date orpubll
eatlou.
And at rrfce tht barely coier tha cat of subacrlptloo an J
Papera TJeUvared Free of Postage or other Charges
in any part or loo Uroup.
Kuk millibars of theWlur Menthllca nj WfVlla, at.
ajjcnhioi Filca maJa sp at short notiea for baUuia
anu irareiara.
Subacilptlous ratable Alivajrs In AdTance.
AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS.
Saw Vurk Waally llcraM
" Wclly Tribona... '
" Waaktj Tioia . '
" Wnllf LOjtr. (a sterj prer)
Tt Xaw Vwk W rcllj, (a stury paper).
Tha Xew Yark Irish American....
Tba llama Jtornal
Scientific American ... ,, ,
Boatua Weakly Jaurnal
E-st 'O Waakly AlTtrtiwr
Erery Satanlty (illustrated, monthly parts) . "...
IVvtuaUKklyTraeria; ...
Tha New Turk Nalica
The Ofthen and Roncd TUe lm .'
Sew Turk Charier dea EUts Unis (French)"
Ne Tack Weekly Zdtnnjc (Oerman) ,
Sew Turk O .Vim Mood (Purtaiese, illustrated) .
ILLUSTRATED PAPERS.
Ilarper'a lilastrated Weakly.
Eaiar
leaiie'a wa.Mj.:::;i.;.";"".:;;".:.";;
' Zeitnar (German)
" " Chimney OGcncr
" " BndetcrruD
Appteton IUostratad JoorDal (manthly parts)....
Boston Erary Satnrliy 'taantbly psrtj)
Hearth and Home (tr tha bniify and tann)
Losdmi ItlnstratedSews... . ... ,
" Graphic
" Weekly Pouch
Miscellaneous Papers.
Sews of the World, IS numbers, aS cents each
Steamer Bot.etin.
...Si 00
... S 00
.... 500
.... 500
.. S00
.... 600
... StU
... 4 00
... SCO.
... 3 60
... a
.... 500
... 610
... 800
.... seo
.... s oo
... soa
.... 5 00
3 CO
59
... . SCO
seo
.. .. 5 U)
6 CO
600
.... 5 00
.... ttoo
1100
SCO
300
500
250
350
100
300
400
800
. "iJJwtna.H
The American AsricnltorUt (monthly).....
i?8'"' "n (twmthly). .. .
ri'y'iTrV
Army 'and SaryJairnal
Juvenile Periodicals
Oor T.xtns r.k (ov athly)
.... SCO
50
300
350
. ... S50
ISO
350
.... 8 00
800
... 800
.....100
.... 500
..... soa
.... 500
. ..2060
IS 00.
. ... 4 00
400
... 4 00
.... 400
.... 400
400
500
..... 4 00
... 1100
....1300
... 13 00
....30 00
....1300
...Aim
1300
....10 00
. 10 00
... 800
" Vooth-aCompanioo (weekly)....
Deiaoreat'a Tonnr Asnariea fmonthlr
TSe Ch leaps Uttle Corporal weekly)
Tha Bastn Snraery (moothly) .. .
Merry's Mnsesm, Bot tea (monthly).
Children's Iloctr(aioathly)
California Periodicals.
San Francisco Weekly Catlatin
" " Alta
Sacrameoto Weekly Cason
San Francisco Commercial ierakl "
" - Weekly PaciSe
" Sews LetUr.
Overland Monthly
Dully AIU Calibmis.
Daily CalUtln
Religious Papers.
Sew Tork Indepeodent (Cengrrcatienal organ) ..
Christtoa Cafcxi (U. W. ISeecber's poper)
Chicago Advance (OonxregattsuaT)
Bcetofi CoozrsatsscuGst.. ... ..... ......
Se7TorkOheerTer(PTesbyterian)..
ETaaceiist. "
Tablet (Catholic)
Bcstaa Pikt (Catholic) .
London Paper;. '
London ninstrated News ...
Pall Man Gaxerta
Exaasioer
Eeeolas; Mail (trt-weekly Times) ........
" BeM'aUfe
' Desitcti 7.
Sataroay Rericw .... . ..........
" Lloyd's Weekly Times
" Weekly Times
" Satare
London Monthlies.
Lea ien Art Jours 1 1 ." 1 1 00
S-eiety Ma-aztoe 7 CO
" OamiiBI Magazine J 00
BetjraiU Maazfae 700
Temple Bar Maguine. ...,..,-...,.... 7 00
Eogiub Society. I 00
AH the Tear Rosas, (Dickens' MarilineL 6 00
EUctwotTs Meothly. s 00
Chsn.lpTs' Jcornal , .... ; 5
Ge-lWoros ;..r.5s ICO
London Quarterly . ICO
WeetmirMtee Quarterly - .f.-lOO
lnooars& yaxrlerlj.. ,. ......... 400
Serth British Qoanrrly
American Monthlies.
LittelTs LiriajC Age (weekly)
Barton Warerly Magazine..
lcteettc Magazine ;
Host's Merchant's Magazine ...... ..........
Harper's Magazine
Atlantic Monthly
Scribnei's Monthly
Leslie's Macazfoe. .
Oodey's lady's Book
Demorewfa Moothly.
The Galazy
Orerlaal Monthly ...........i
Peterson'a Kagame
Arthur's Lady's Magazine
400
.100G
8 00
era
4 00
300
500
500
iw
500
500
. 500
5 00
30
300
360
uor zoaag rotu.,
Sabbath at Home (Tract Society's Moothly) 4 00
Australian Papors.
Tba Anstralaslaa (weekly). . 1900
The Tows sred Coantry Jam nat ......1009
MeltM-arae IB-satratrated Xews 1000
The Weekly Sydney nerald 600
Devoted Exclusively .to Music.
njtebcork's Msg-Joe. .T. ...:?..!. .'. im
Peter's Mnalcal Moothly I m
Km Any Periodicals, not fas this list, will bo ordered at
any lime, aad soprJled at cost and chargos. '
Asireee II. I. -IVIirT.VEY.
H-mdolo, 1WL 511 me
Furnished Rooms
STO LET, at Mrs . T. Th rn m ' s ,
io. zi tine ttreet. l'-ljc
Executor's Notice.
Estate of EDWARD R. C0FFET, deceased.
TnE UNDEItSIGNED, Executor of the
Will cf Edward R. CoSa.Uleof Honolaln, de
cared, hereby giraa notice 'to all persons baring
elaias araiast the Estate of the said deceased to pre
sent tbe ease within six months from this date, or
tbey wili be forever barred, aad all person s indebted
ta the abovT&tato are requested to make istraedtate
payment.
J. W. AUSTIN, Eieeotorof
tbo WIT! of Edward . CoSa.
He nolnla, February IS, 1871. 5-1 1
Hawaiian Mesis Beef,
PACKED oa the Island of Kauai, lr an
e-rperiencad Botcher, and warranted as good
4 sj Boef pat op on tiess Islaads. For sole by
' ROtLnf t CO.
AJIKKICAs'jleaa rortT-li . b7 "ad &V
talebj- I BLLS3 i CO.
GOODS TO ARKIVE.
H. HACKFELDItCO
Ollei- for Salo,
BV THE
Hawaiian Bark ' KA MOI,'
SlIOKTIsY 1I'K,
Fi'Q'T-n London.
THE F0LL0WINO
ASSORTMENT of GOODS
Selected with Oreat Caro
FOR THIS MARKET
coxsutijio or
ENGLISH VHINTS, Fauov Lilac, A Mourning,
Sairsinr Prints. Tnltled chintz Prints.
Fancy Mastins. Victoria Lawns, mosquito netting,
Superior black Cobenrf. black Alpacca,
French Merinos and Crape, woolen drcas Goods,
Black and blue llroad Cloth,
Italian Cloths,
White Moleskins,
White Drills,
White Duck, ,
Black Haircloth,
White Shirting and Longcloth,
Turkey Red Cloth,
Brown and llluo Cotton Drills, heavy
Brown and Blue Cotton, Ticking,
Dluo Denims, very heavy,
Blankets, largo site assorted colors,
Bleached Linen Sheeting,
Blue Alhambra Red Quilts,
WhltO'Bed Quilts,
Flue Linen Imperials,
Wnite Llueu A Cotton Turkey Towels,
Soperier Linen Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red A Yellow 11 J'kfj.
Plaia Whito Flannel,
Bluo Twilled Saxony Flannel,
Whito Merino ocks.
Grey Mixed Socks,
Ladies' White Hose,
Fancy Damask Table Covers,
Black Silk Neckties,
Fancy Altaeca Blouses,
Fine Linen Bosom Shirts,
White Cotton Shirts.
Fancy Calico Shirts.
Hickory Shirts.
Heavy Merino Under Shirts,
Silk I'rn'lt. Under Shirts.
Brown Cotton Under Shirts,
Turkey Red Suspenders. .
- Black Silk Umbrellas, '
Black Silk Elastics,
Blue Cotton Thread.
Woolen A Cotton Girths,
Feather Duster,
Boiled Linseed Oil.
White Zinc Paint.
Ground White Lead, Red Ochre,
and Venetian Red.
Burlaps, Sail Twine,
Scotch Hemp Canvas,
Russia Duck, light A heavy.
Bright Fencing Wife,
Hoop Inn, from in. to 1 in.
Tinned Sancepans with Covers,
Babbits Metal.
Galvanised Gas Pipes, J to In.
Galvanised Iron Buckets and-Tubs,
Cabin Lamps and Lanterns,
C. C. Iron with brass guards.
Finn Pocket Knit esand Steel Scissors,
Crushed Sugar,
French Chocolate,
"French Pease au naturel,
Malaga and Sultana Raisins,
Currants In Jars,
Salad Oil.
Codliver Oil,
Curry Powder,
Eesssnecs qf Sheld Almonds.
Liverpool Salt,
Sansages in Tins,
Wiltshire Leaf Cheese,
Dutch Loaf Cheese,
Malt inegsr in Demijohns and Barrels,
Cream of Tartar,
Seed Biscuits,
Gin in Baskets and-Boies,
Rum in Barrels,
India Goope A. Co., Ale,
Claret in Boxes,
Rhine Wine,
Schiedam Arotnatie Sehnapps,
Duuville Irish Whiskey,
Manila Horse Rope,
Stockholm Tar,
Pitch in half Barrels,
I'urtland Cement,
Fire Bricks square and areb.
Blacksmith Coal,.
Mnnti Yellow Metal and Composition Kails,
Best RiSe Powder in 1 lb Tins,
1,000 bbls New Oil Shocks,
100 Tons West Hartley Steam Coal. 2-3m
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
OFFKIt TO THE TRADE
A Large and well Assorted Stock
of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Ex Late Arrivals,
At Reasonable Rates and on Liberal
Terms to Suit the Times.
For Wale In tuantltic to Knit,
WHALE AND SPERM OIL
by 11. HACKFELD fc CO.
Golden Gate Mills Flour,
nillfc lleit Quality, received direct From
J. the Mills by every Packet, which enables us to
warrant it fresh and ia perfect ordei. For sale by
B0LLES A CO.
Paints and PaintOil,
HUBBARD'S llcst lloiled Oil,
Hubbard's White Zine.
Uobbard'a White Lead,
J. T. W., White Lead,
Fancy Paints, a general assortment For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
PIPES! PIPES! PIPES!
12. I. NOLTE.
HAS RECEIVED DIRECT FROM VIENNA,
THE FINEST ASSORTMENTS?
OENTTLNE MEEESHAUM PIPES !
Ever Oaerod la this Market.
For Kale at Reasonable Price !
J " las
NOTICE.
ALL GOODS stored on the Hudson Bit
Company', Premise, ir not claimed WITHIN
SEVEN DATS rnn Tma nsif !2 v" .tT
Auction to defray expeaiea, aad for tha benallt of
THEO. II. DAVIE8,
Agent for the Hudson Bay Premises.
Notice!
PERSONS ARE IISREBY FOX
bldaesi fA tjrbsi . M. ... , . ,
: r-j vuwvuuij wwuuas, unices
. mflyekuatir I wHl pay no debti eoa-
5-t Haaa, Ft. 10,1811. T.ILTOSB,
LEGAL NOTICES.
SUPHKMat COURT of Itio Hawaiian Island,
In Prolata, In til matter of the Estate of Sdward
Brown of Honolara, defeased. A doeMteat porprettaxjo bo
tha last Will and Testament of the uli Edward Drown, de
cease, I, iMTlnir, on the 3ota iUy ef Janaary, A. 0. 1571, been
prweateil to saM Psobat Cswrt, and petltioit ibr the peekal
Iherrvf, and tvr the Issoarwo of Letters Testamentary to Marj
Isabella Hrown javAig been Slul br said Mary Isabella Brewa.
It Is hereby (rtrrfd. thai FRIDAT, tha tb day of Tab
miry, A. D. 1571, t 10 o-cloek A. W. of aaid day, atth
Coort nvra of said Coort. at Hcnolala, la the Island ot Oaho.
be. and th earn Is hereby appointed lh time for proetac
aaid Will and hMTlug Mid appllratkwi, when aad when aay
pereon Inlenateil isay rper and cvntaat th said Will, aad
th gTsntlnit of Ukera IrsraueBtarr.
It Is further Or&jrrd, That nolle thereof b riven br pab
llcatlon. Sir foor soeceuir weeks. In lh AtsMlfoa (Aiiezse.
a newspaner twisted sad pobllshed In JAwwtala. And It Is
further Ordered. That citations be leaned to the sabeerrelng
vltneeee ta said Will, and 14 the hairs of th tealatbT In th
Hawaiian Islands to appear and rosttsr th probata of said
W1U, at th tlu appUatad.
11. A. WIDEltAN'X.
Attestr Jnstlcof.hSaprraOoart.
WiLVl R. StAl. Deputy Oesk, Supreme Coort.
Itooelula, January 31. IS7U 3 it
SCPRRMR COCIIT OP THK HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS In BaakrnntryIn th matter of tk Satau
efr. Bernahl, bankrupt, of IIonoInIa,Ia rdlBBad fllins:
th petlttn of Saalml B. Pol sad Theo. C lleock. Aaslgnee
in luakrnplcy f salvl estate, asking to has th aceooat cf
aaid estas xamlnil and allowed by th Crart and them
seleee dlseharrM freen their troet aa Aeaianee of th said
estate. It is ordered that THURSDAY, th Wh day af March.
A. D. IS7I, at 10 o'clock A a. at thConrt Haas la tlsorala,
b and tha same hereby are appointed a time aadjpiar tbr
tha heariog of the said petition, when aad where all peraocse
Interested may appearand show can. If any they hate, why
the said pttltloa should not b KiaoteiL
It is further ordered, that this order b pabllehesl la lh
It awstua Gattrra for four snceoselr weeks preTlooa to said
hioxing.
It. A. WIDEMAXN.
Attest: Aseoclst Jostle Supremo Court.
Witrva R. Stat, Deputy Clerk;
Honolulu. Uth July, 1S7I. 5-tt
PACKET LIXjES.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE.
For San Francisco.
The Boo Clipper Barkentlno
Horace Roberts,
ttUTACICi:, JIaster,
Is now ready to recelra cargo, and will have dispatch
for the above port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WALKKR A ALLEN.
S A genu.
For San Francisco.
Tho Flno British llarf
e VIOLETTE,
-WILSON, Slaater,
Will be despatched positively on the 8th of March.
For freight or passage, apply to
S-2t TI1K0. IUDAVIES. Agent.
For Ho n Kong.
The A 1 Clipper Bark
1VABOB, S
J. II. SIIATSWKL-I Master,
WIU sail for the above port with dispatch.
The "Nabob" being under tbe American Flag,
shippers will not bo obliged to pay a war risk. For
freight or passage, apply to
4 a BREWER A CO.. Agents.
Xlio rVorllt 1'itcIHc Xransportatlon
Company's!
SAN FRANCISCD&HONOLULU LINE.
The Company's Splendid Steamship
MOSES TAYLOR,
It. S. FLOYD, ... Commaudcr,
tVHl LciiTO Situ Frntttlco
On or about. ........ February 13th
Will Lcnvo Honolulu
On or about. ..........n....Fcbruarv Sth
Freteht for San Francisco will be received at tho
Steamer's Warehouse, and receipts for the same,
given by tbe undersigned. No charge for storage
or cartage. Fire Risks in Warehouse, not taken by
the Company.
Liberal Advance 31ntlc on nil Xlzlp-
iucuIh jser .steatuer.
Insurance guaranteed at Lower Rates than by Sail
ing Vessels. Particular care taken of Sbipmenta of
Fruit.
All orders for Goods to be purchased ia Saa Fran
cisco will be received, and filled by return of Steamer.
ar-&nipments from huropo and tho United States.
intended for these Islands, will be received by" tho
Company in San Francisoo, it consigned to them, aad
be forwarded by their Steamers to Honolulu, Fbkb
or CnAiiQE, -except actual outlay.
2rPastene-ers are reauested to take their tickets
before 12 o'clock on tbe day of sailing, and to pro
cure theli Passuorts.
l-3m H. HACKFELD A CO., AgenU.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
The California, Xesw Zealand
iV.fr ty-1 n" Australian Mall Lino of
i Steam Facketa.
Tbe Splendid Steamships
WONCA WONG A,
.Stewart, Com'r,
CITY of MELBOURNE,
1200 ton T. Grainger, Com'r,
AID
CITY OF ADELAIDE,
vrni . i i i . , , ., ,
miuu scuiasij uciwna uooomm ana toe anove
ports, connecting at Honolulu with tie North Faaisie
Transportation Co's Steamers.
. AGISTS AT
Ho.volbh7 nr. L. GREEN.
Accklakd H. M. JEHVIS
Svdjet.... ..U. U. HALL, D. S. Consul.
14 Jm
Land &Cattle on Jhe Island of Hawaii
fM HE LAROE AND VALUABLE LAND OF KA
X huku, situated in the District of Kau, Island of
Hawaii, with seven hundred and forty head of Cattle.
Thero are supposed If, be In this land One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand acres, a portion of which Is gmtd
grazing land, and suitable for ealtlo and sheep. Tho
land abounds ia Pulu, it being considered the best
polo station on the Islaad. A person is ready to
lease the goat run for $200 per annum for a term af
years, the whole forming a good opportunity for in
vestment. For particulars apply to
J. W. AUSTIN.
3lt- Honolaln.
SUGAR PLANTATION FOR SALE
IN4
-iVAIOIIIHiU, KAXJ, IIAiVAII.
Tni3 PLANTATION CONSISTS 0FTJIGHTEEN
oerel In V. ,.1,1, .rics .
good Sugar laud, i acres f!f which it planted with
' Cane, to be laV en ufTIn Vrr.m ., ft,. .:.f.
tlmated at two tons per acre. "There Is a good dwell-
" wun ingar-nonse, boiliaz-
hOuae. Snnrinill with ln... .... .1 1 , . .
.v,irus wuoieiormrog
a good Sugar Plantation, which may bo enlarged If
j . v. ,u,,Uct Laisicoiara. apply to
ROBERT BROWN,
On the premises, or
WALKER A ALLENr
- Honolulu.
Notice Consulate,
XJ-MKLKS FRANCAIS. res.dant dan.
ATX le Royanme Uawalen aont infntm..: ;r ir.'
beneSces du decret d'araniiti rendu a propoa de U
Cenlenalre d Nspoleon I, relaliveraent an service
, c ax?tia' eetseront d'exister a dater da
IS Fevrier prochain.
Tout Frsineala neil n'i,rli '. ..st.e.is , - ,
eocscription, ob qnl Be seralt pa certain,
de la rcgularite do seaCpapiera a cct
ecard. rlait an ,.!, a.n. .t.i.i ....
. ' i ' w-i v. par lettre,
"Pre du Coninlat do France, tons peino d'etre ol-
'reuicuicai expose-aux Jjgneurs deS eOia uilltalrea.
f . . ' z. MviuWroa. oament 13
seree dana bi JonrBal rtll.t.t ,trt n.. ' . .
waieo, negllgeroatdofalre lea demarches tadlquees,
cukiu sb rcapoBitotute
de Icht coadHite. -
V THEODORE BALLIEU.
CHAV( CABLESAll ,hu, from,i.to A 5-8
lech, Io Bond or duty paid. For sale by"!
-w uviiuwix; CO.
TlEh BAf.Miaw. sss 1... 1. . '' :,. . : .
e-c ,- --ns-n sau tot 01
XV.?Wi 0?1?I!r..b'itas'god as tbo attr-
aeaa f Bat.r I r a r ata si 1 sa V. .. .
E0LLEB A C0l

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