OCR Interpretation


The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, March 08, 1871, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83025121/1871-03-08/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

4
- .
-tT-.-
.0
GAZETTE;
n I." TMIEIi
"Everr Wetincsday Homing,
BOOK AND JOB.
PEINTIWG E STABLISHJCEK Tt
AT TX 1'OLLAJtS PER AXXVaM
,w .Utribtn, $fc-00 to $10.00.
una oisgpE isjfow prkpareb
TO EXECUTE ALL. ORDERS
For Plain anjl Jfm.cjPiinting,
t OF- EVEira -toagblaffTrOWr V 1 a
CaAtfc How BaiWing. llonomiu, it j.
II aUrus. va "wire
eSsM b nn n qiiiirit'
TGI.. TH-NOs- 8.1
HONOLULU, WEDNESD AYI ARCH 8; 1871.
$6.01? PER YEAH.,
HAWAIIAJN
V
JJSLN;i5t K0TIC1CS.
CASTLE & COOKE,"
"KT ""v
'iKalt!? if General - Mcrdiandisc
asafafjar mri"ltn murtrar.ti,
IBhHwft leilaaa, H.aalia MMfc IT
na i
t mi CpllwtT. AUo, General
hoors.
jjijilf and Commission Merchants,
i n - " '
i tec e XawaAtan Txetet Line.
OH
Ou., Sea ftauctiiaa,
IV. PIHItOU fc CO.,
kCLIaumit)
(wri ematMlam Kerch anti
a tar las flm Belt U .
E..1P. ADAMS,
asi 0MBnkciB Merchant.
a. Mil. Illit-. I tVr
c i. rviouoi-s. ar. i.,
acawiMeMr PhysieiAa,
At (Mm fcnienoa after S
: a r. m.
JOII.A S. JXcItHW, 31. I.,
( Isate wreai r. 5 Ana.v )
ram Hotel St, aetweea AU-
iva
mwB r. aaewx
1II7XIIIIKIIYS .V IHCOVVA,
JLXB "WHOLESALE TJEALEEsj
.v. r. jJim.
taSfgBSEZ -ASB C9XEELL0E AT iAW.
,. a Ft Stew. Hox'. P.
tiis. a. xiiuiiai's
Stationary, Cutlery and News Depot
and Otroutating Library,
11m MMril Arttiw.
4 0 rM Hjr
lit. KIOIIAKX.SOA.
AXB MALES IX BOOTS. SHOES
Cwtof. tmWMae . rfary. At,
MtTWCIAK. ASB S3BGE0N.
I .tin HAW Mmnn 1UU. HoUt SMrMt,
Tok iMn Wta TW-t hoiinr, 0i,
JUIXA XI. X'ATV,
Hhj TWil nf OawBiuisaer of Bcodf
r-. ! i itwrt. Hooolnlc Ml8
'xii.r.iAcn.v3i &: '
AS BEALER6 IN HAEDWAEE,
rr Paiatt Ml OIW. 4 8enl M-
II. XLVCII'XtX.I .V CO.,
OXXXKAL COKM1SSI0X AGEI7TS.
0 bM U ohil. H. I- 3
SB. HOFPSCHL&EGER & CO., .
jmmIetbbs 'asb ooxxission xeecbakts,
41 Wji..4.1b. Qhc, K. I. tJ
TIIHOI. C. JIIH OH,
ASB COMMISSION MEECHANT.
(Mm. H- L tly
J'- A. SiCIIAIH'EU fc CO., .
OOKMISSIOK MERCHANTS,
C B. uveas. J C. DICESO.-l
I.1CWI5ICS .V; IIICKSOA,
.JSCMrES AKB SEALESS.IK LUMBEE,
lvlj
ALLEK & CHILLINGW0K1H,
lCAWAlllAB, HAWAII,
allaay fl
ailnaliinhil rtaiw.ar tMUUMw
pTw arc tfarMto fariiMjl lltmH
i . .Ill 1 1 1 1 1 KaaaaW Mum. and n i-
vaAv a art muH bi vaalaAlp.. at me mmi ihhitc
aajl aa Bar ava n aiiaat lrmi. rirtirouj alwa)r3 ao
I - S-1J6
joit.r. -VArriiiiiiousi:,
tjatBTES AKB DEALER IS GENERAL
XEECHASDISE,
lH.1. -SjB-
-.V. I- ICIII!A,
MK1OSSI0S AGENT AND BK0EEB,-1
I aniiiigr. Qam Strrrt,
oavala Iw'iiai
' 'TXcCOI.RAA A. JOIIS.-,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Fart . Il.adala, owrxMta T. C llaaaV'a,
C. i:. AVIII.IA3IS,
XA5VFAGIVEES, IKPOETEE AND DEALER
tolaagMaraataaWi lja)a Furalltfta W r-Kxnis vn
aTai . inWrh.ti'iatinllrrT. Wotk
v aWf at tw M auaal a Hah Slrart. tmr Fort.
41 nw Iwaa lar -ar mA proatptlr Mtta&tA to. (lji
IV. UIOKIT,
B6tAXB SHOE JIAKER,
, aaat la itaAuM, HaaakUn.
11-
xiiiTo. xi. daviks,
lain turn, Ornnx A Co 1 ,
A.VB OeilJOSSION MERCHANT,
. aa4 a Haal aaal Cartw a I iters,
m Itenal Hill
la an CaBpaaj, awl
a-ire
IIYJIV aHJOTIIliKS.
JJCWEIEES 'AND WHOLESALE'5 DEALERS
la FsaaaaaaaMr Oxkaas, Uau. Cars. JW-U. f hose, asul
rarj vaafta aat Sfcallalaisfl raraiwaiae; 6eva SaoVs
Ha.Jolo.
(iO-ljT
v xoiixtxiitx.
atKflT.-rTS IS .LT3KEER J2CD EVERY KIND OF
ETJZLDGTG HATXSIAL.
ta. i sacs Osrt- at, B ran streets.' I56
EIVX?t' JOSI1S,
GBOCES ASB SHIP C HANDLER,
XaliAliLs JUaul.
fsmiaaed to Slips oa the most faror
aUa teraa. (Ij6
(.EOK1.E IVILlAAIS,
JXICEKSED SHTPPrNQ AGENT,
-Cec es I&aes Schisson & Co's Wharf,
on Ms eU rlaa cf aettlhir aits'
adsrad tr aadrrect raanevlkxi with ant out
Sat. aau xl,. .x : r:r m till. ta lie eullarted
ail hi isiiiT en xnrsr aninDinff ax 11 !
aa 1 alga lea tesriTe as rood sitlifactlcn the lo-
lara aa a aaa ia tAe tact. 1-Cra
ajaasaeaaaaV-A f Ja4. aaq . C e aasrtow, aaq, . in
T- r "" - J
IXeWLlUlL
4 AaM W (h Somf Co. OrAjn mdiiJ,
' I 'l"J 'T'''. mmmftOm tatfae
-BUSINESS NOTICES:
noi.i.r.s t co., '
Ship Ch&a&cri and Connisnon Merthantt
ImpHen aad Dealen irf0'Ori! 3Irrdiai4ii-rQaern Street,
Ilooolala, JUw&iiaa I.Uads.
Xif Aatt Lj-1L IiaUDiVikivL Moanaloa, and KAkftato
gaSgvorlT iU
' r.' . - SK."-IVHIT31AI -C
. IIu OjxDed a-ew EjUMUbment. ?
- TV-" . Mv u HI rA )i 1 1 f.p L.r t .1
Csrriage Trinimi Saddle and Harness Making,
' andEepairing in all its Branches-
llTrry de-eription of Artjclat eoonected with the Co-!neB
conauntlj on bmnil, at
3I(Hrrate Prlrrs. Clre Illm n Trial.
No. 33 Klne Street, next to Lewis Coopermpe. 'tO-dmc
HONOLULU IRON WOEKS CO.
SuibuaaBollera, JCooien,lten, Brau andXeod Castings.
Machinery of Every Description,
MaJe to Order. "S O
Particular attention paid to Snip's Blacttsmithing.
! 'Ca'-JOn'n'Or.lveieeotfdonlbesliortesttiotke. (K-ZfB
T. S. I)ICISOA',
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
Xo. 02 lClnp Street,
fN'oorlj ennosite alessrs. Dillingham t Co.
. . T Grainiofc Martltng, Gilding, CsWmlniuE:, rper
rryaaogins, Ac . Ac exeentrd on tbe aburtest notice,
dal$snd va tbe most reasonable terms. 2C-3ra
XV 31. IVKAVCOJIII,
DENTIST.
J Office, Cor. Tort & Hotel Streets. ljrO
CIIACIUTir.I .fc CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES,
Sffrits. Ales, Ac, 8, Nnoauu Street, oiipostte Merchant
Strsat, UatKihila " 13-lj 0
A. S. CIEGIIOItA,
WHOLESALE AND SETAIL DEALER IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
. Firfttproofitore, owner of Quoen and Koahuiuanu Streets.
EeeHtl lrt4isBkeiit4, on Xanana Street, and on tbe corner
ul tart and llrtal Struts. 14-lyO
jncRMtir pecc
n. A. T. CAKTEK
c. i.i:avi:ic fc co.,
SHIPPING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
iiOiVOL.vi.ir, n. i.
AOHXTS Or tlie Itostou n.nl Honolulu Packet
Line
AOEXTSi l'"or the Jllnkrc, Wnlluktt nncl Hnnn
Plaiitntlous.
ACi:.VT Kor lic Purclinscnnil Snlc or I.lnml
'Prof I lice. M6
t. P. EITLERS. A. JAEGEB.
it. f. i:ili.i:i:s & co.,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
nworaof Store onrortSl..aliuteOdj Felloe t ITall. 87-1 C
F. A. SCIIAKX'IlIt,
A, CENT for the ltllHMKX KOAKD or
. USUKUWllITEKS. '
feal Eur the Itrosden Hoard of TJoJer writers,
'AsTent for tbe Vleana Uoard of Underwriters.
T-C US
C..S. KAItX.OAV,
AUCTIONEER,
Salesroom on Queen Street, one door frum Kaabumann
ai. s. GitirvitAi'M :o.,
. - IMP OUTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Dools, Shoes and
crarr tarieAjr of UenUeman's Aieriur Farnlsbinc; Goods.
Suvra in Matee'a Block, Qneen Strrrt, Honolulu, II. I.
10-1 IU6
AFOAU At ACHIICIt;
Importersi Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
General Merchandise,
And China Goods, in IheFire-proof Store -n Nuuan? Street,
unit-r tha I'BtJte Hall. 4-1-1)7
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
INOTAltY lULIC,
It) llllo, HawaiL ItC
c ai. v. uoii:isis, : -
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
Kla; Jtefet, Jlsooluiii. eapaslte Iwli' Comr SaeprtVlll
11 tnv and salt secmd-band Fnrniture. 17
ClXUiXa IIOO,
Coramission Merchant and General Agent,
'lmfierterwt3pTeas"and Mb.r Chinese and Ferrlfri Gty-d.,
U haleaale Dealer in llaa aiian Produce, and Agent for tbe
raiikaa and Amaujulu Sugar riantatlona. Fire-proof
'Store on'yiiusnu Street, below King. "1-lyG
.1A3IK.S Is. IsKlVIS,
COOPER AND GAUGERr ,
' At the Old SUnd, comer King and SeUxel'Streets.
A Largo U of Oil Ehooti and Ml kind of Coopering
JUtu4l cn-tutly an lmod. IIu bopes by attention to
bWWtw to Dcrit cootiiiOKDce of the tnmiK? wbicb lie
liu hvrrtofure enjored, and fur which be now return hU
Ilia nix. " -
a. 11. xiioitii'soA,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Queen Street, Honolnln,
Has cofittantlj na hand and for nale at tbe Lowet Market
fricftw, a pwd luwortmeiit nf Uie Beat llefincd Iarlrou,and
tlte IWt UUtcktuiith'tCoal. SS-lQ
1 II. At i. iSFs(ii:iiKl.i
-TINrZIKC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nauanu .Stieot, between Mcrcliaiit and Queen.
IlATeQOQstantl on hand, SLotcs, Tipf, Galraaized
Iroa Xlie. llala and Hoc Bibhitoiwx-rk--, India
Kubter IIoo Wt 3-pIy, in lenrtha of 26 and 0
I fret, with coupHagj and iipe omiplete. BAtb-Tubn,
I and Mm a rerr Iarceitock of Tinware of crerr de-
BCrirvti-u.
1'artictiUr attention jrlren to Sbii-Voik. Orilen from tbe
ntber In Und wUI tv r-trefallj attended to.
ThmtTal to the Citizen of IIoDoluln and the Iilarnls
prucrMljr for their lit-tral troaae In the -att we hope by
Lt.iaaiuuon 10 iuiuM iv ineni tue ame lerjuaiaiure.
3T-1
31. IlEAI'IELl),
WAGON AND CARRIAGE BUILDER,
7r. King trert,'IInnolnlu.
Kenainui; font with care and neat- rX.
nesa. Alscpartirnlrr-attentkm Kirin X&9
to BlMkimltbiot ano lIis-se-ab.xiifcZIa
Orderalrom I lie other Islands promptlj executed. 40-l;ti
Carriage and Sign Painting.
Tin; niiKnsin.vnii hatinrn v.
Brocned tltoserrioea sf a competent (Ci'aa
i warknaan, is now prepared loeaecuteO" iav
an .rders In the line .f CARRIAOK and SIG.N fAlNTlNO
sr In a Manner to Warrant Satisfaction. a
M. CEXFIELD.
7C King Street, Honolulu.
Pliotogranhic Gallery.
MAV1NC! Q1'B.EI)A- PilOTOGUTPHIC
tlALLunv, D'eariyioptMjeitonijr former- stand, en Fort
Street, I shall Le most hsppr to see ny old ralrcna JiuJ
"others who wish rr firtf-dAM Pictures, udshall try, by at
teatian to the tastes of toy enstemrrs, t mer)t their jtron
age. Also, tr as., rtotocTaphs of celebrated personages,
Tiews, Ac l'ictcres of all kinds takes on the must reasou
atle tenna. tljj U. UCnASE.
' C. W. GREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Worksj
At,Leleo, Hanufactureri and Dealers
In all kin da of Soap. Deef, Jlutton, and Goat
TallowWanted
05ce, 30 Fort Eeet, where orders will bo reeeired
and promptly attended to. 39
American MesSiBeefT
AMERICAN jMessrorkIo bond, arjdlfor
salebr"' J BOLLES it CO'.
FOREIGN NOTIOES.
H. W. SEVEEANCE & CO., '
General Shipping & Commission
31 EKCIIAA'TS.
405 Front Street, corner of Clay, San Franclico
LEARMONTH, DICKINSON & Co.
stoxcy, sr. s. "vv.,
General Commission Agents,
Will attend to tbe sals orSandakh Itland 1'rodnce, and
arrange for adTances on same.
fir. U OttEEN .-.. Honolulu
KErca T0 . inrint.iw Itl.Ain t San Francesco
23
. . ,
1."
s. s. wruitxa, &. r. xuxcraeb.
c. B. atOBOSX.
WILIIAHS. BLANGHAED & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
lj7 So. q 9 California Street, Snn Francisco. 50
max ifcaAiiy,
3. caitaaoL
Tortlsnd. & F. CaU
M'CEAZEN, MEREILL & CO.,
FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Porllana, Oregon.
Having been engaged in our present business for upwards
of twelre years, andbeing located In a Flre-iiroorllrirk Uulld
dine, we are prepared to receiro and dispose of Island Staples,
sucliaSogar,Svm,Kice,l'Jlu, Coffee, etc., to advantage.
Consignments especially solicited lor the Oregon JIarlcet, to
which ersonal attention will be paid, and upon which cash
advances will be made when required.
EtTEBX CXS
Charlot-W nrook ..4.. .....San Francisco
J 0 Merrill A Co "
Fred Iken :
nadger Undenberger
Jamrt Patrick Co., "
Ifml Coleman k Co "
Stevens, llatcr a Co -...,..
Allen a Lewis Portland
Ladd A Tilton , "
Ifonardt Green MfO
e. jr. vajV i:i:u,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
ICnlinf;ntn, Jaimn,
Havlug the best facilities through an intimate connection
with the Japanese trade for the past eight J ears. Is prelum!
to transact any business entrusted to hia care, with disp-itrlu
II- !
LANGLEY, CEOWELL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
32 Cor.Battcry&ClaySU.SanFrancisco. Cm
RIM MEL'S
CHOICE
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
RIJI 31 EL'S IHLANG-IIILANG, VANDA, HEN
na, Jockey Club, Erangipanc, and other per
fumes of exquisite fragrance.
KIMJIBL'S Lavcndar Water, distilled from Mit
cham Bowers.
Hiaiwcl Toilet Vitcsa-r.jrclcbrattd furjts useful
and soDttnry properties.
.Jljm'mS's Eitractof Liuio Juice and Glycerine, the
best preparation for the hair, especially In warm cli
mates. ,
lliinnicr DugoDg Oil Boap, perfumed with Austra
lian Eucalyptus. .
fltimuiel'i Glycerine,, Honey,, Wind5or and other
Toilet Soaps. ' ' . H C 5 .
Kimnicl's Kojc AValer, Costume and Floral Crack
ers. .very amusing for balls and parties.
Itimmcl's Violet, Rose-leaf, Rice, and other Toilet
Powders.
SU A liberal allowance to shippers.
EUGENE UIMJIEL,
rerfumer to II K II the Trlncoas or Wales, OS, Strand,
1, Keeent Street, and 24, Cornhilf. London;
17. Boulevard des Italiens, Taris, and 76, Kinga
ltoad nrightoo.
Kg- Sold by all rerfuiucry Vendors. 37-ly9
MAUNAKEA MARKET!
ro. 4 Hold !(roef.
KOHERT LETT heca to In
?1TTV f.inu the noblic that he has opened thci
wbovo market and thtt he harproenred the services of
zpixreit Class Butclxor.
lis trusts tliat-hy killing vuly tlja.HHST CATTLE, and
payiiig ecry attention to the busluess, to merit a share of
the public patronage. .
Beef & Pork Sausages, Bclojnas & Blood Puddings
Mule to Order.
eiT-TEHMS CHEAP FOU CASH. 51-3mc
voss,
Ko. S Merchant Street, opiwlto the Sailor's Home,
GENERAL. UPHOLSTEEER,
AV ALL ITS URAXCIIES,
HAS COSTAJTTl.Y OS IIAXI a variety
of HOME-MADE FURXITURK. which be ofTara for
aalelT THE LOWEST XAKKET rjtlt&, cons(jUcg of
Sets of
BEST BLACK WALNUT PARLOR FURNITURE,
Spring-Back Tasy Chairs, Lounges and Mattraes.
llalri and Spring Mattrassea, Window Shades and SHr
Corera mado to order.
OIl I'uriiiliire Ic-lJilioIlcrcl,
r.epaired arfd Vaniished, with satisfaction warranted.
Call and eaanine my stock before purchasing; esse.
where
J5- Terms Reasonable. All onlers from Ship-masters and
the otber Islands, will be promptly attended to. My
J. NOTT & CO.,
IPx'ixcticnl Braziers,
COI'i'EK Jfc TIN SMITHS, make erery de
scription of work in their line, used on Planta
tions or elsewhere. They also keep on hand a full
assortment of '
Sheet Copper, Sheet Tin,
Sheet Lend, Sheet Iron,
Iron Wire, Copper Wire,
. Soft A Crass Solder', Pail Ears,
Pressed Ducket Covers,
Black and Tinned Rircts,
Copper Rivets, etc.
Also on hand, a few, more of r
THOSE SPl.KNBID COOKING bTOVBS
Received by tho "Syren,"
"Cotton riant"-and"Gray Jackets," together
with a Tariety of Japanned Ware,- and many articles
useful in tho Kitchen, pif Work on Buildings,
such as gutters, spouts, water-pipes, Ac. Ship-work
wilt meet with prompt attention at No. 0 Kaabumanu
Street. 13-ly.6
BARTLETT SALOMON,
1VHA.IA3I iii;iii:s,
Comer of Hotel ami Fort Streets.
a HIE CHOICEST 'AND BEST OF ALES, WINES
. sod J3piiits always to be found, at I he Bar. 22-ly
GROCERIES! GROCESIES!!
vjuiclc'. Sales and Small Profits!
-AT
mm
HYAN'S RAILEOAD STORE
C ' Corner Nuuanu and Judd Streets. 6t
Hawaiian Mess Beef,
PACKED on the Island of Kauai, by an
experienced Butcher, and warranted as good
as any Beef put up on these Islands. For ealo by
" BOLLES A CO.
Hemp and Flax Canvas !
n est AnnnoATir manufacture.
XJ assorted Numbers, in bond' or duty paid. For
sale by .12 . "J UOLLES A CO,
.0
IIAIN CABLES. All sizes, from 1 to 1 5-S
ineh,in Bond or duty paid. For Sale or
BOLLES t C0
- STJG At & 1I0LASSES:
-1871.
3 "5 r-l fit -t 4 1ST1 -
Sngar and Molasses,
GIROP NOW COMIXf; IN, and for sale
jn quantities 4o-?uit purchasers, by
??iaim "WAUlrBlfj ALLEN, Agents.
ONOMEA PLANTATION.
Snar- and lolnsncst Crop 1S7I
GOMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
l-3m . WALKER A ALLENrA gents.
PEINCEVILIE PLANTATION.
Suprar iintl 3IoIni.srs Crop 1871
G'OMING JN. FOP. SALE Jn' QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by "
l-3ui nVAEKElTAALLEN, Agents:
MAKEE PLANTATION.
IVetv Crop ofTSnsjrnr & MoIaobCH
VfOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
titics to suit pajxbafcrs by
l-5m - C. liUEWER A4 CO. .Agents..
WAILUKU PLANTATION.
N
EW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR. SALE
in tinantilies to suit purchasers, by
l-1m C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
PACKET LINES'.
For Kona and Kau.
v THE CLIPPER KETCH
JLTJWALILO,;
03 Tolls ltrgieter, Henry Kngllsli, Master,
iU run as a regular packet to Kona aod Kau.
51-3m POAVSETT A CO., Agents.
For Kohala, Hawaii.
Sik; Schr. Active.
I. Jinl.I.ISII Master,
Will run as a regular packet to tho above ports.
For freight or passage apply to
l-3in WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Regular Packet for Molokai.
Schr. Pauahi, tk
HAl.I.ISTKlt, Mnster,
Wlll.riin as a regular packet between Honolulu
and Molokai, touching at "Kaunakakal and Pukoo.
For freight or pasfagc apply to tho Captain on
board or
1-Hm II. PRENDEROAST, Agent.
JNSUltAJVCMO N0T1CES.
THE HEW" ENGLAND MUTUAL t
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
i.t OFBOSTOW.
OIIUAM'KI) IN 18-13. 1 !
Cash Assets, January 1, 1S70 $3,1I2.731
Gro!s-7idtn'cor lS60.....T;....r:..7:!....?... ' 2,933,557
Dividends for 1869....V. 1 780,000-
Prcmiums collected from 1313 to 1S63 $11,053,501
Losics, paid. from 1! to 1S63 3,236,500
READ WHAT OTHERS SAV OF US.
From the " Spectator " of New York City wo ex
tract as follows : " Tho New England Mutual stands
fonhTira'fittlog (yp6 ofwhat a dSraipiny should" be
in regard to 41s method of iiwaen. Sejiking raj,JierP
esJabTih'a'jeputation-for stability 'and -aounilness,
thanlo present novel and promising, but untried and
unapproved features in underwriting; conducting all
the company's affairs with the strictest economy and
adopting only thoso measurcs' prOvcdJjjr experience to
be thc"wiscil, the directors of the c6mpahy hlVc Suc
ceeded in establishing for it a reputation for reliability
second to no other similnrorganization jn thecountry.
Yet, great as is the degree drcaVtion manifested in
the adoption of every ncwneasure, the company is
conducted In a manner fully in 'unison' with tho pro
gressive spirit of the age". As regards its dealings
with policy holders, few companies aro more liberal
and honest.'' ' .
" Tbe business of the New England Mutual is con
ducted !rf the molt efnotn,ic.iPand' able manner; its
terms arc liberal and just; its success hus been uni
form and extendedand lt ptrftct relialftitifaii t Mnfett
the natural consequences attendant upon tbe posses
sion jof such feature;, and wbichshpuld.lio tbe great
.'.vi - ... l-i.v l--r-i l tli..HH .-3
uesioeraium ivuu au jusuruueo vouipuuj, uic m v
intance cxccllttL?1
For further particulars please call upon
CASTLE A C00KE,
49-3u.e Agents for the Hawaiian' Islands.
IMPERIAL FIRE IXSURAXCE C03IPAXY
Of London.-Instituted 1803. ,
CASH CAPITAL. 68.000,000 In GOLD.
rnHK UNDKri)inNKD are prepared. to (twao po!icieon
JL Firfr ItlstV (with or vitbrmt the ftferape clanp) on
PUutation Ucjldiui: anil Morhinrry. I'rirate Dnellinzet.
Brkk. I? tone nr Vootlen Store, llerchandise, Coalj. Lum
ber, fcuip Hi i'ort, ick ou (lie u.ol i.iToraii torsi.
w-All Losses Adjusted and Paid for hero."u
For iarticnUrj i'i1r at I lie oflict'f
WALE Kit Jt ALLEf,
Z2Ay Accnti tor the lUwatun Ialatnli.
MAEINE3IN5UEAKCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco.
rSHIIK UXDEItSIOXED liavlnc been ap.
B -noiulM Agents for thaaliova Conntaur. ara prrrarc.1
to Imus. Policies on Cargoes, Frelclita and Treas
urer WALKElt A'ALLKf,' "
1-Sm Apents. Iloiiotula.
CAIjrOEiMA
- INSURANCE COMPANY. -
rmilK UXUKUSIfSSEM, JIGKJfTS of the
JL above CToai.any, hava been aolhorize.1 to imure risks
ou Cargo, e'rels'it and Treasure, by Coasters,
from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian Group, and vice
versa.
S-lj6 H. lIACKfELD A CO.
iiAnimn:fiir-in:iMii:.
FIEE INSUEANCE COMPANY.
fSllIi: UXnEIlSIOSEO linvlncr been ni-
JL poioted Ajreirts x tne aoore innpany, are prepared
to In.ore risks acalnst Fire, on Stone and Urlek iluilcl-
lnz;s, and on Xerchnnillae 'stored therein, no tbe
most favorable terms. For particulars apply at the office of
5-1 6 ' - f A. CllACtt.ll t cc.
Insurance Notice. -
raiUE AGENT FOR THE. nniTISII Foi
JL r-iffx Marioe Insuranre Company, (Limited), has re
ceived . tBsttextbjns to red ace the , rates cl Insurance
between llonolnln and Torts In the Tacific, and is now pre
pared toissue I'rlluwt -at the Xowrst Eaiagwilh a'special
reduction on freight w Meamers.
Til HO. II. DATIFS.
43-lj7 Jtt Brit. for. Mar. fas. tW fLitUft)
CAIi'lFOISAIA
;INSURAN'CE COMPANY. ,
milE U.DERSIGJ.D, AG EATS OF TIIK
JL nboTb Cootpur. bate teen axitbQrisU?d to lojurp rJ4t
on Jarpoa ireigni au a reaaiirc. xrvm. lionpiuo
1&-1t6 ' If. HACKFKLD l CO
; NOTICE.
-
TiuruKbEitsrasED, bactielor of kxcktjiSd
Arts, respectful. bejs to InTorra tb public of Uonolola
tbat be is prejjareJ to gfre lean (n tbe Freneb,- Sfanfth ant
jjuin language. xu. mizjjliiij. iI. b. a,
JtdJreas Poet Office Dpi 41, SI -3m
- Golden Gate Mills Flour,
milE Hcst Onnlitr. rcrrivrrl ilirectrrnn
JL the Mills by every Packet, which enables as Jo
warrant 11 irein ana in reneet order, i or sale by
2 BOLLES A CO
p. aa,a.u, si. s.
Snprcinc Coiirfi-In Ilanco.
'Ja.ncaey tkrsi, 1871. ,
rrelctit, Chief Jnstico Alles, IIaktwfxl, A.
S.', Widejiaxx, LI. A., Associate Justices.
Forbes . Gibson.
orixio.v pr the cocirr ur maxx, c.i.
This is an action of Assumpsit. It is- alleged
in the complaint that a contract'was made by
theao parties-at San Francisco, by which it was
hgrectl tliaf"tlie plaintiff shonlJ come to this
Kingdom nntl take charge of a sail-boat or yaclit
or about 12 tons burthen, which the defendant
agreed to furnish. Jt is further alleged that the
defendant guaranteed tho sum of 100 pet month,
as the minimum for tbe plaintiff's share of the
earnings of the boat. In pursuance of said agree
ment, the plaintiff came to this Kingdom and
repaired to Lanai.'nnd vas ready to comply with
the terms of tho agreement, but that the de
fendant had wholly failed to fulfill its terms on
his part.
It appears in evidpnee that tho plaintiff re
paired to Lanai.and renwined there one month ;
that the plaintiff tenderer bim a whale-boat,
which was 35ifcct long and 7 feet wide, with a
small deck over, for tho purpose' agrced'npon,
but' that tho plaintiff refused to undertake tho
sailing the boat, and said " that tho place did not
suit him and that he was going to leave ; that he
did not come here to work like a slave, and that
he would not work in lifting freight in and out of
the boat."
Evidence was introduced, also, tending to show
tho probable' profits to bo derived from the
sailing of tho boat, all which was submitted to
the jury under instructions of tho Court, where
upon a verdict wa3 rendered for tho defendant,
which, on motion, was set aside B3 against, law
and evidence, and a new trial ordered, to which
exceptions were taken by tho defendant.
It appeared in evidence that the defendant had
guaranteed $100 a month from the profits to run a
boat between two Islands, Maui and Lahaina
for three months, and that this should afterwards
be increased. .
It further appeared in evidence by a son of tho
defendant, in tho word following, viz. : '.' The
plaintiff left our "placo on the morning of tho
2-ith or March last, about ono week after his ar
rival : was present at tho time of his departure,
and heard conversation with my'father. Plabtiff
called to my lather, who stepped out in front of
the house. Plaintiff spoke first, and said the
place did not suit him, and he was going to, leavo;
said ho did not come hereto work like a slave.
Jly father said to plaintiff, There is tho boat for
you to try. It can mako plpnty of money Tor
you and me both, If you will run it ; sizo of tho
boat .15 feet lo(U?ind 7 feet wide, and has rTBmall
deck' over. It now run3 two trips a week to I.a-
haina, with a kanaka in charge, and produces 830
to SCO per week ; with ono intelligent white man
in charge, the siles of sheep at .Maalea and other
ports, would be doubled, and a large and profitable
return freight hi. poi, salt, ai, tobacco nnd awa bo
had, so a3 casily-to make tho gross-receipts S100
a week, one half of which would bo profits.' Tho
boat has carried 30 sheep a trip and six or eight
passengers, could carry more. The sheep are
my father's, and worth SI a head at Lanai, which
sell at Lahaina for $1.50 each, and at "tt'niluku,
for $1,75 and $2 per head. Plaintiff refused to
lake chargo of the boat ; said he would not work
in lifting freight in and out of the boat. My
father continued his remarks, saying to plaintiff :
' There is my bot. which is a good sea-boat, and
can make a handsome profit fur us to share.' As
plaintiff turned to-go away, my father repeated
the offer of the J)pat for. the. plaintiff to ran.
When the Lahaina Mills are running, the, boat
makes tlireo trips a week, carrying on an average
'25 to 30 sheep each -trip.. At tho time the
plaintiff was nt Lanai, the Lahaina Hills wcro
running, and the boat could have done ti good
business."
On the cross-examination, tho witnoss said
that the greatest, :aipncity of tho bout was 33
sheep; that 20 cents a head was the usual
freight, two trips a week, out of which all ex
penses of crew end so forth had to bo paid ;
that he never heard his father order plaintiff to
take charge of tho boat or 'do anything else pre
vious to the morning of plaintiff's .intimation, of
his intention to leave ; that u. native man who
previously commanded the boat only got $1.50 a
tpp ; that a foreigner named Fred subsequently
.took: charge of tho boat ; he was unable to
say whether he got over $50 per month, or
whether the profits.of the. boat could afford that
rale of compensation, as tbe least of, a share of
the net profits.
As it appears that the defendant had guaran
teed $100 per month from the business, it would
seem that the risk , was .open to him, and that it
was incumbent upoq lhe plaintiff to enter upon
the business, and test it by actual experiment,
and if the profits were less then the sum agreed
upon, ho had his claim against the defendant.
Proof would have been required that the de-
fendaut was irresponsible, and that the boat was
inadequate for the pnrposo, which: wo aid excuse
the plaintiff from undertaking to fulfill his part
of the contract, btfjre he could call on the le
fenduuL-
It is a prevailing rule, as stated by Milliard in
icw i rials. Mi), and sustained by numerous
authorities, that a verdict will not bo set aside
unless clearly, palpably, decidedly and strongly
against the evidence.
From tho evidence It appears that the plaintiff
made no effort, to fulfill hisf contract. He might
at least have tested it by-experiment, a3 that re
quired very little time, and more especially as the
boat being under his-control, the wholo earnings
were in his hands. Having the earnings' of the
boat and the guarantee of the defendant, tie
Court is enable to see why the plaintiff should
not havo made an effort to fulfill the stipulations
wbich-ho had mado; -at any rata, it is noUacase
in which the Court can interfere. Tbe principle
is a sound one: that itTvill riot set aside a verdict
.because, Jupon. examination "of all the evidence,
even; they might bare arriTctJ at a result-different
from that found by the jury. Gauld rs. "White,
5 Foster, 178, It is not sufficient, even, tha
evidence might incline tho Court to a different
result. Iluliard ortiNew Trials, 341. ., ftf
- in .view.uiyiuu uvjuenre ami.iae' principles pg--
pecuuiy appiiuauiu, uiuuari are et'.opiBioa .Watr,
the exceptions shouldibo'sastained, and this they
adjudge.
Tbe action was brought for damages for breach
of contract, and the jury fonsd for ifao defendant.
I granted tho motion for a new trial on tho
ground that it was a condition precedent in thid.
contract, that- tho defendant should praTjfTe a h
vessclreasonably likely to. bring to thjOjpIaiqtiff
one hundred dollars a month as bis share of her
net profits, and that the plaintiff fcad a right to
such a'b'oal as his assurance' of MTfnent. as well
as' to look to tho fondant's pfsonal liability.
Tho defendant"8"bvn evidence that ha eoold not
say that thd profits would allow SoO as month to
bo paid to a person- in chart ef this whaleboat.
seemed to to conclusive against him, and the-
most favorable view. of bis- evidence would only
bring up the gross receipts to a sum far short of
S100 a-month, unless the profits on the defends
nnt's own sheep are reckoned as tho profits of
, " s vae
tho boat. However, I concur in the judgment of
tho'Conrtl " '
II. Thompson for Plaintiff. 1
K. H. Stanley for Defondant- ..A ; fjfc
Correspondence between Minister Thorn
ton and Mr. Fish.
COMMISSI0X TO SETTUS OCTt COSTCOTXRETES WTTII
GREAT BrHTAlS. '
WAStnscTox, February 9lh. The names of
tho Commissioners nominated by the President
on the part of the United States to adjust the
claims with Great Britain' aro contained in tho
President's confidential message to tho Senato
to-day. 'They ore understood to be Secretnry
Fish, Minister Schenck, Judge Nelson, of tho
Supremo Court, Hoar of Massachusetts, aud
Senator Williams, of Oregon.
The Senate, immediately after tho' reception of
tho message, went into executive session on tho
subject. .-, . c , , .:. . ,
Tbe President-, sent to thd Senate to-day a
brief message, enclosing tbo following correspond
ence from Sir Edward Thornton i
SIR EDWARD T1IORXTO.N' TO 51 0. FISH.
AV'ASiii.SGToy, Jnnnary 20, 1871.
Sir: In compliance with an instruction receiv
ed from Kirl Granville, I havo the honor to state
that Her Majesty's Government decm3 it of im
portance to tho good relation which they are
ever anxious should subsist aud be strengthened
between tho United States and Great Britain,
and .that a friendly and .complete understanding
should be come to between tho two Governments
i3 to the extent of the right which belongs to
tho citizens of tho United States, and ner Maj
esty's subjects rcprcseiitivcly with regard to fish'
cries on tho coast of her Majesty's possessions in
North America, and a3 to any, other questions
between them which affect the relations .of the
United Sutes towards these possessions. -.As
the consideration of these qnestions'woald, how
ever, involve investigations of a somewhat com
plicated nature, and as tt Is very desirable- that
thoy shuufd bo thoroughly examined, I nm direct
ed by Lord Granvillu to propose to the Govern
ment of the United. Stales tho appointment of. a
joint high cdmmission which shall be ccmposcd
of members to be named by each Government.
tt shall hold its sessions at Washington, and
shall treat of and discuss tho niodo of settling
the different questions which have arisen out of
tho Fisheries as well as those which affect tha re
lations of tho United States towards Her Maj
esty possessions in North America I nm corf-
fident that this proposal will bo met by you m
the same cordial spirit of friendship which ha3
induced Her Majesty's Government to tender it.
and I cannot doubt that in that caso the result'
will not fail to contribute to tho maintenance ol
the good relations between tho two countries,
which I am convinced thd Government of tho
United States ai 'Vrell as th'at'of Her Majesty
equally have at heart: 'Miave.tho honor to bo,
with tho highest' consideration; sir, your most
obedient humble servant, "
Edward Thornton.
T.hc Hon. Hamilton Fish, etc.. . , '
31 R. FISli'TO SIR KD'WARD TI10RXTOX.
DEPARTMENT OB STATE,
I .Washington, D. 0, Jan; 23; 1871.
Sir.:! havo the honor to acknowledge the re
ceipt of, your nolo of January 26th, in which joq
inform mo, that, in cqmpliance with instructions
from Karl Granville, that Her Majesty's Govern
ment deem it of importance to the good' relations
which they are ever anxlons should subsist and
be strengthened between the United Slates and
Great Hrilain, that a friendly and complete un
derstanding should be come to between tho, two
Governments as to the extent of tbe rights which
belong to tho citizens ol the United States and
Her Majesty's subjects respectively with refer
ence to tho fisheries on tho coast of Her Maj
esty's, possessions in North America, and as to
any other questions between them which affect
the relations of the United States towards these
possessions ; and further, that as the 'considera
tion of these questions would involve tho investi
gation of claims of a complicated nature, and
that it is very desirable that they should be1
thoroughly examined, yon nre directed by Lord
Granville to propose to tbo Government of tha
United States the appointment" of -a joint high
commission which shall be composed of 'members
to bo named by each Government and hold its
sessions at "Washington, and that it shall treat of
and discuss the mode of settling difficulties which
have arisen out of the fisheries as well as those
which affect the relations of the "United States
towards Her Majesty's possessions' in North
America. 7 ' ' " ,
I have: laid your not'e'before the President,
who instructs me to say that he shares with Her
Majesty's Government, the appreciation of the
importance of. a friendly and complete under
standing between the two Governments; with ,
reference to-the two'subj jets specially suggested
to be taken into consldeiation by tbe pr6pdsed
joint commission, and fio fully recognizes the
friendly spirit which has prompted the proposal.
.Tho PresYdpnt is, however, of tho opinion that
without the adjustment of a class of questions
not alluded to in your note the proposed high
commission would fail to establish permanent re
lations and sincere and substantial friendship be
tween the two Qovernmsn t?vih ich in common
with Her Majesty's Government he desires sBorild
.prevail. He things that the removal of the dif-;
!feeoce'.wticrw6e daring, ike rebellion" ia'thV;
United States, and which. hare, exis64.,tace
then, growing out of, a2ts committed by tbe sev
eral vessels, which have given ri to the cMitts
generally known as the " Alabama Claims," -will
also bo essential to" the restoration' of cordial and
amicable relations between the twd fiovcra
"mcnts. lie desires no. to say that should Her
Majesty's Government "aeeepi this viow of tho
matter and assent, (hat thtsf subject also may be
treated of by tha proposed'high commission, and
may thus bo put'in'tho Tray of a final desirable
settlement. This Government will, with much
nteasnre. anooint hurli commissioners on the Dart
oiAhe United Statesto meet thoso who may
.w i i.i I I I r r rr r rf .
uu appuiuieu uii ueuait ui iter -uojesty 8. uovt
ernmcrrt, ana will sparejsW. efforts tq secure at
tha earliest moment a jdst and nmIcbt'arraflKra
mcnt of all questions which now,-?Bnrortnna(e!r,
stand in the way of- an riire andaWdintfricnd
shfri between thd tw'ojiatio'ns.
I havo tho honoRo'bcJwitH'ti hignest .con
sideration, Sir, " "3r ' .'!
-r "jji ' Your -Tery obedient, servant,
fl,, Hajiiltox Fisn-
- To Sir Eiitcard Tliornlon. ,
SIR EDWARD TlipRSTOX TO XR.LFIS!I.
- ' 'Of L t
.1 a'WASiiiscjTOsrFebruary 1st.
Sir. I. hare tho honor to acknowledge the receipt-
of-your note- of 'tbe-SOt lr nlKTarnl'ttroner
you my sincere and cordial -thanks for the friend
ly and conciliatory spirit which pervades it.
With' reference to that part of it which you stato
that thd President thinks that tbe removal of tho
differences which arose during tbo ref-clffon In
tho United States which have existed since-then
growiog out of the acts committed by tha -sever-ol
vessels which hare given rise to theclaims
generally known as the ''Alabama Claimswill
be also essential to tho restoration of cordial and
amicable relations between, the two Governments ;
I hare tho honor to inform you that I have sub
mitted to'Earl Granrillo the opinion expressed by
the President of tho United States, the friendli
ness of which' I beg you to believe! fully ap
preciate. '
I am nonr authorized By hia Lordship to state
that.it would give Her Majesty's. Government
satisfaction if tho claims commonly known by the
name oi tbo "Alabama Claims." were submitted
to the consideration of the same, high commis
sion, by which' Her Majesty's Government havo
proposed that tho questions relating to tbe llrit
tish possessions in North America should bo
discussed, provided that all other claims both of
British subjects and citizens of tho United States
arising on acts committed during the recent civil
war in this country, are similarly referred to the
same commission. Tho expressioos maie use of
in the name of tbe President in your above men
tioned noto with regard to the Alabama claims
convince me that the Govnrument of tho United
States will consider it of importance that these
causes of dispute between tha two countries
should also, and nt tbe samo time, be done away
with; and that you will enable mo to convey to
my Government tho assent of tho President to
the addition which they thus propose to tho da
ties of tbo hijrh commission, and which cannot
fail to mako it ,more certain that its labors will
lead to tho removal of ail differences between
tho two countries. I havo Iho honor to be, with
the highest 'consideration, Sir,'
your most obedient humble servant.
Edward Thornton.
. Hon. Hamilton Fish, etc?
jir. nsn to sir edward Thornton.
Dei-artment or State,
"Washington, February 3dJ 1871.
Sir. I hava tho Honor to acknowIedgfMiia re
ceipt of your note of tbo 1st inst., inhleh you
state that yon are authorized to inform mo by
Lord Granville that it would give Her Majesty's
Government great satisfaction if the claims com
monly known as the "Alabama Claims' were
submitted to tho consideration of some high
commission, by which Her Majesty's Govern
ment havo proposed that tbo questions relating
to British possessions In North America should
be discussed, provided that nil other claims with
British subjects and citizens of Ihe United States
arising ont of acts committed during the recent
civil war in this country ara similarly relerred to
tho samo commission. I havo hid your note be
fore the President and" ho has directed me to ex
press the satisfaction with which he bos received
tho intelligence that Lord Granville has adthoria
you to state that ner Majesty's Government has
accepted tbe views of this Government as to the
disposition to be made to tho so-called Alabama
Claims. Ho also directs me to say, with refer
ence to tho remainder of your note, that if there
bo other aud further claims of British subjects,
or of American citizens, growing out of the acta
committed during tbe recent civil wait in this
country, he assents to the propriety of their ref
erence to the same high commission ; but he sug
gests this high commission shot! consider only
such claims of this discription as may be present
ed by the Governments ottho respectivo claimants
at an early day to be agreed upon by tho commis
sion. I have tho honor to be, with the' highest
consideration, Sir,
Your most obedient servant,
Hamilton Fish.
To Sir Editard Thornton.
IVajioleosi'M I'r-oclamallon.
. . Loxdon, Fesruarjr Mb.
, iTbo following Is a translation, of the proclamation
of tho Emperor Xajioleon to the electors of Franco :
WiLniLsiuoiie, February 8th.
Betrayed by fortune, I have kept slnea my captiv
ity profound silence, which is misfortune's mourn inc.
At lone; as the armies confronted each other, 1 ar
! staincl from any steps or words capable) of creating
. party dissensions, but T can no longer remain silent
before my country's disasters without appearing in
sensible to its sufferings. When I was made a pris
oner r could not ask for peace, tecauie my resolutions
would appear to nave Deea dictated ly personal eon
iHeratipni. I left the Regency to decide whether it
was td the interest of ihe nation to continue the
struggle, Kotwitbstandlng her unparalleled rcreriej,
France was uofubdued, her strongholds unreduced, a.
few dapartments only were Invaded, and Paris was la
a state of defense, Tbe exteat of her miifarinnu
; might possibly bars been limited, but while bar at
, teution was directed to bar armies 'aa insurrection
! arose in Paris, the seat of the Kepreacctatives
: violated, the Safety of the Empress threatened, and
I the Empire which had been three times tceUimedty
I the people, wis overthrown an J abandoned. Stirling
! ray prisentiments, I eiclaimed, What tratteT jay
! 3ynaety,if out country iaaavell" InslevI of pro
' testing against 'the violation of my lights, I hoped
i for a successful defense, and L admired tile patriotio
: devotion, of the children pf France.
I Now, when the struggle Is suspended, aod all rea
' tenable chance of victory has disappeared, tbe time
hascome to call to account'the usurpers fartheblood
' shed, and rain, and squandered resources. It b im
i possible to. abandon tbe destinies of France to an
' unauthorised government, which was left no authority
, emanating from universal suffrage. Oorder, coefi
' .i ..j ..i:.i . Mi . it i
I VtUH, uiuitflHi cuMB vug lMl)ISIMI.lieCIf IS.
I people are consulted, and by ragnlating the govern
Kates most capable of repairing tha disasters of tbo
coaatry. is aaajajtaM taaU France inouhl be nnUeU
in bee wMaas; Far lays atf. aTaiae. if aajutiee awl
litter- inaajilnif, T it tooer. or aaaiat ajar. sajeat
edly eoaOTattl raja.. Time is o rooaa far fereeeul
MsAirreavbesg UrT-tbe feefI arc Rguhtrly' aesftlcd.
and' have .if rauad their wiH.it is say daKy to say
that all their aets are illef itinate. There is oaly ona
goveramavt in which resides naifanal soyereijrnty,
and which is able to heal the wounds, to bring hope
to firesides, to re-open pro&nel ehu rebel tat prayers,
and to restore industry, concord and peace.
,1

xml | txt