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IrtlTflROFTHE GOVERNMENT PRESS
WBDNESDAY.MSIARCII 8, 1871.
licet !Sntr:ir -In California
e have published .from time to time
articles from the San Francisco papers in
relation to the manufacture.bf Beet Sugar
in the State of California. So sanguine
were somef of those interested in this
manufacture, that it was supposed that in
time, and that not very distant, sufficient
snfratvwonld be made from beets to nearly
supply thedemands of theEacifec Coast for
that article, and that to the great profit of
the producer. Acting upon this idea, largo
companies 'were formed, larjre tracts of
landjplanted with beets, and expensive
machinery procured for the manufacture
of thearticle. By the figures.jmade
before the experiment was tried,) it was
I ennrr that the Mtowiog ti a correct
HK C fall lam itssed from the Interior OEce to
akWk wnirr tbe "Act to lkrcte the crrjingj)f proved, conclusively, that no agricultural
Fn Wa'IWes a&d ether Kre.Anni, ' approved July
MlC HfCt v
1WI CtpC ZA. JnoJ0. Dsminis, No.l; 17tb,
IklulU arum. r I 31. itaNee, 3: Itlia, A. u.
OtL let, WsiCrowsik. C; lftlh, Koahimanna, 7
IK, W H. t; Ktha T. Gulick, 3 ; 31t,
rlSt 3f. H. CercfwtHl II : Ittb, T. K:
W Mb. 3. !. I-k
im-M. M. B. F. BeHes. 18; 13lh, E.
fteefcc, IT. , "V
)bt. Set, A-IMjn, IS; 24, Constant Fortin, 19,
Iitslir Mm lilt. -tin, K7I. Chief Clerk.
It; L. Noby. 11;
enterprise injtCalifoniia could by any pos
sibility return such enormous profits as
the culture of susrar beets. On those
figures was based the great outlay for
machinery. People who wished to enter
into the business did not feel the necessity
of trying the experiment on a small scale
to prove that it might be made profitable
D. on a larcre one. but entered at once unon
lavish expenditure, making all their prc-
parations on the grandest scale.
'In the Annual Review of the Commer
cial Herald, of San Francisco, published
January 13th, we find a statement of the
result of the first year's labor of one large
beet suprar establishment, the Beet Sugar
Factory at Alvarado, which, although it
demonstrates that Beet Sugar cm be
It k eriieent So the times to inquire,
-w tiuiliu lite attire Honolulu shall be in
htuae r,w4 ? Hitherto, when we have made in California, proves conclusively
teem , nMsroLant tear down his wooden that under present circumstances it .can
!&, Mt4 replace it with a coinelv not be made in that State without great
iWiifriro f eeral or briut, or an Odd loss to the manufacturer. The follow-in
F8eS9 ?ntioty just up a goodly hall of table, given by the Herald, will show the
iii0taaullijk THdterisl, or a citizen of amount of loss suffered by the Company
w" wwKiin; 'H a block of fire proof I during the first year
4 ocr, ice haw bettered SUCll improve- " Iu opposition to the estimates which wc sec so
SM-Mtt t lmv Wl IHftde ill the risrht di- oflcn ma,lc 0,1 tuh ul'J. w present the calcula-
Tctmm . regards ,,rivate interests and "ons made b-a competent party as to the cost of
. . . I working 0,000 tons of beets up Into sugar. 'Odo
Use fmmme gOOH. We liave considered WhoKnows.'sajs'I willassnmesngarbcetsaDaljie
I ch WiMMgeetmtl and safe investments, 13 per cent. a high figure, knowing that beets In
htm rMttOL t losses liv wnr .in.l lonr Alvarado tested only C, 7, snd 8 per cent, where
par a ft
MaWe to deterioration by cstra-
ea4Hrftis ; and more likely to
rMMeretit hjwi cost than wood-
Sack two, k tke erinton of their own
ers ta-aajr, tltot it -would be wasted
uae aa a Mtrabaser te oheapeti such roj-frtj-
lie ai?ertiii that thoy are more
nsfcr iwyort,y tban other structures. He
xM wt abate their value one dollar
in tbat wr.
the best will not test above 1- per cent.'
3,000 tons Beets, yield 5 per cent, saleable
sugar 000,000 lbs. eav 12 cts f! lb 800,000
3,000 tons J3ects, yield 3 per cent, dark, salt
sugar for reOnlng purposes 1S0.000 lbs
say C cts. 3 lb 10,800
Amount received from the products of S000
tons of Beets $40,800
Expenses of working 3,000 tons of licet 6 in a
facti-ry having a capacity of 00 tons per day :
3,000 tons of beets at $3.50 $10,600
1,500 tons coal at $3 13.S0O
50 Chinamen, GO las at SO cts 2,400
CO wliltn l.ihnrer f'lilnrK nt SI Kit .r. 40(1
a -w Jtear Utat in one locality, or 2 engineers, go days at $4 iso
armUiar jwt f tite town, i)rojcctcd stone 2 flrcmcn, go days at ts pco
1 ..IUiaaj.r are aW to bo erected, (and 2 charcoal burners, CO days at $3.. sco
, . - v Superintendent, per annum 2,000
I are JSt MOW intending to First boiler and manager, per annum 2,000
Jat Wft tack bwHdHlgf,) we applaud the Second boiler and manager, per annum I,!j00
HXMMaW a4 believe the citizen is "O- Ihlncry will decrease In value 10 per cent.
C Use rat -ay to ,wrk to imjrove Ins Moncj jnTUS,ca, fius.ooo. at l e. per month 15.000
p; to increase the value ol Ins own Light, (Beet root factory running day and
wwrtT as well as that in his immediate Di' 00 daJs at 10 l)Cr n,Sut m
TV. lj; ;i. Wa8lc on ch:,rcoaI or bone-black, 500 lbs. per
- v.-.- su.,. , day, GO days, 3,000 lbs., at 4 cts 120
riUse laay eover tne lt With substantial Sieves in centrlfuiral machines, sav 1G ma-
, ' w -
fine inooT IraiMtaes, one, two. or three chines, each 2 sieves, 02 sieves at SIO 320
.... I T em tWi t K n rnn
Mw M koksitt. and ad oin t iom tn hU .wv.u Bl,
1 Oil l.rnnma t in cc t.,M-,.l c r
ncu.auw ft www HHHHy wivnotlt CXClt- day, GO days 000
uic die teatt ftar lti Uk; latter that any ac- Taxes, per annum 2,500
cxicat -mK Maweetl to him by reason 0f Sngar barrels, to lioM 4SO,000 lbs., atX cent 2,400
thevjajManty e believe too, that DUc0UDt aIl0Wcd on , 9U ?,-0
fWhaUim,B wiH find tenants : that at Freight and drayacc 250
tbr vaarJeaM. o abatement of rent will t.!
W nafteorary oa acooant of earthquake Deduct amount of sales
Tfce vmx- PHt ofSee, besides its useful
ea a a public baiMing, is considered to
1m- a cwlka'-to atlvaace upon tho former
Loss of the Company. $23,200
Let a Beet Hoot Factory try and work 3,000 tons
of beets, and at the end thereof should have a
showing like the above, they have done well.
oeoapied its she, and a sat- ,;, ?a nnt ,;,.Mv. , , P.,,:r;
MzUmovto the good appearance 3nJ beli(jve thos(J of rca(lei
id tireet n tkat neighborhood. ,, .; nrflu. ,.n ,u .,,. ;
law okPTvetl several citizens lookintr I ...:u . .. .i .i
"i tiutuiununs, wm nt i ueivu uiai me linnci
pal cause of such failure to pay is in the
h -with sotae pride as an ornament
lo -We tewH,ai praking its erection from
Aat point of -iew. It is a fair and sub-
yt-saml WUKas asd will last scores of
jtobis. "It way Hot," wc fancy wc hear
foiat awe ear. "It may be struck by
iilKuwint, ; it raay be washed out by some
wt iitjinruy wave of the sea; it may be
miri a tornado; it may be shaken
lr aa txarthquske," So too it may
a war Bader the ceaseless irnaw-
iS of tbe tooth of time, it may disappear
Vy lyatanoong combustion, or it may end
il career in a blow up from nitre-glycerine
aeoiientlj kft inside. A hundred ac-
i asay bajipcn, if wc give our imag-loose-rein
; and yet wc fancy that
y Kfc iasraice agent in our town will
rc ay okizen for years to come at an
inftwncwmal small per cent against harm
from that beHdiag, from lightening, wave,
tocaado or earthquake. It would be folly
Sir say reason whatever to tear it down
to le replaced in -wood ; it would hardly
&l bort of it if the building was about
to le emBieaccd isstead of being about
mMtci, to erect it in wood. "Wc fancy
ifeat if bailt jf -wood in that situation it
iroaM be a raisfortu ne, and might be justly
oesidered a great increase of fire risk to
the Beigkl taring buildings. To avoid the
a ofstoae for building purposes, merely
fram imaginary apprehensions, will surely
le deetned puerile by all common-sense
xaiieens, and destructive of all progress
in public improvements.
Wc have beard no one regret what has
already been done, by the use of brick
aai stone, nor has any damage yet occur
red to such buildings to cause owners to
lose confidence in their property, or to
saafcc them apprehend, reasonably, tli.it
they Jaay receive injury.
Oar remarks look to the future, and wc
ask, is there any reason for going bsek
epos the idea that our places of business,
oar prominent buildings and public ones,
an order to become creditable improve
recatf, ought U) be pulCripin .stone?
There Src some such buildings soon to be
erode i, "and if wc make of them shingle
palaces, can wc Lope to look on them
twenty yeats hence with satisfaction, or
Lope Ijhkc vrho come after us will approve
oar ch aiiec of wood as a material for snch
large cost of material, the high rates of
interest on the capital invested, and more
than all, tho high rates of wages paid
We believe our planters would be ap
palled at the prospect of having to pay
14,500 for tho labor of taking off a crop
of 240 tons of sugar. Although in Eu
rope, where labor, fuel, and machinery are
cheap, enormous quantities of sugar have
been made from beets, an amount, in
fact, about equal to one quarter of the
world's consumption of that article, it
seems to ns impossible that in California,
with these necessaries to its manufacture
excessively dear, its production can be
made remunerative. The sugar-growing
countries in the Pacific need have no fear
that so long as unskilled labor there is
from $20 to $40 per month, and coal SO per
ton, and all other expenses in proportion,
there is any danger of being driven from
the market of California or the other Pa
cific States by Beet Sugar.
The following description of Fryer's
Patent Concrctors, in use on some of the
sugar estates on the Hastings River, 1?cw
South Wales, will be interesting to our
planters. Wc copy it from the Sydney
The Belrfdcre mill, Messrs. Neild A Ross, propri
etors, is found near the past, foar miles up from I'ort
Maeqaarie, on the south bank of the rirer. It is one
of Fryer's patent eoncretors, for which Dr. Neild is
the agent in this colony, and is well Inown now
among the planters of the world as the molt advanced
improvement in sugar mills yet attained. Mr. Fryer
Is said to have spent ten years' labor upon the elab
oration of tins discovery, and when ho had completed
it, felt so conjdent of its success, that the firm of
which he is a partner purchased plantations in the
West Indies to test its capabilities on angreatcale:
It is now coming into nse not only in the West"
Indies, but in the Mauritius, Egypt, India, and
The Beiridere is equal to crushing thirty tons
day. the maebinerybeing driven by an tight horse
power horitonUi ftagine, capable of working opto
twelve horse-power, with 10 lbs. cf steam. The cen
trifugal is underdriven by beveled gear from the fly
wheel shaft, a 30 lb. charge being cleared in six
minntes, and in' fine weather in five minntesT The
'milt receiver, upon whieh tho jniee faUs f'rora'the
crashed cane, is heated by steam, and the warm juice
Is pumped np by the engine to a metal trongb. over
the defecators, which are two iennmber, holding 2S0
gallons each, beated by a copper steam coil.
From the defecators tho jniee passu to the sub
sidtr or precipitator, by an elbow-pipe, whence, alter
settlement, it is iluso iff by a flushing tube, regu
lated by a tap, and leaving the lees or sediment be
hind, lolhe concretor, under another roof. At the
bead of the concretor, and above the trays, stands an
oblong boiler-plate, received into whieb the Jniee now
pastes through a series of hoppers and selves, of D
Itelld'a design, and from which It flows by a 1J inch
cine into a beautifallv designed saucer. 15 inches
diameter, where it is' regulated by x perforated 'in
ternal circle of copper, through which the jnica
passed by an adjusting screw.
The trays, which, in their arrangement, somewhat
resemble a quartz-crushing machine, are 30 feet long
by i feet 10 inches wide for the two upper trays
wrought iron, and 4 feet S inches wide for the four
lower trays of east iron ; and en one side of the tray
table project four of the above-mentioned saucers.
round abont which the descending juice travels, being
diverted by a stop or ripple standing across the table,
These large ripples, with saucers happen at the junc
tions of the trays, while smaller examples occur
regular intervals between tbem, open at alternate
ends to make the joiee travel to and fro, the aim
the whole being to eanse the heated and steaming
jniee to pass over the greatest extent of surface aval
able, so as to, secure tbe.greatest amoant of- evapora.
tion. A c-ipper tnbe runs down tho Jables, having
tap over each saucer, for the purposed discharging
fresh juice upon any of tho trays where the beat be
neath may prove, too smueh for the jniee travelio.
down from the head of the tables by over-evaporation
and consequent burning. On the otber band, thou'
not the syrup be sufficiently done, a small pump re
turns it to the head of the table through the copper
tnbe, once xnoro to travel down tha heated trays,
The heat is got from a furnace under the head of tbe
table, and, after serving the purpose of evaporation,
it is made to pass up 120 cast-iron tabes inclosed in
an iron cylinder 8 feet high, the air in which, being
beated by the tubes, is drawn down an inclined flue
or oblong funnel, to the lower end of the cylinder, by
a fan at its upper end.
This cylinder is a beautiful and scientific machin
for further evaporation and condensation of the syrup
which first enters an oblong tank standing between
the trays and tbe cylinder, in which, tank tbo trays
discbarge their syrup. Here stands up a cylindrical
cone, in which floats a saccbarometer, so that the
density of the passing juice can always be seen at
glance, and here also stand two perforated circular
copper guards over the two outlet pipes which pass
the juice into tbo cylinder, and stop impurities from
passing with it. On the outer margin of the tank is
bracketed another saucer, with its copper regulator
and adjusting screw, through which the syrup must
travel before arriving at the revolving cylinder, which
is slowly driven by a pretty little engine working be
low the fan at tbe upper end. This small but activo
workman is supplied with steam fri)"ui the boiler i
tbe adjoining building, driving both the cylinder and
the fan, the former by a pinion and engaged circle,
and resting on friction rollers.
Tho casing of tho cylinder is wood, banded with
light iron hoops, and the interior is occupied by a
coil of perforated sheet iron, in seetions resembling
the Ionic volute, along nnd through which the syrup,
entering at the upper end and scooped up by tbe
volute, passes, drips, and is further condensed and
evaporated by tbe powerful current of hot air drawn
through by the fan, until it arrives at an endless
chain of copper buckets, that lift and discharge
into a tray, advanced under the buckets nr withdrawn
out of tbeir way at will by au external lever, moved
by hand under a toothed segment. Boiling and
evaporation have now dono their wor,k, and tbe result
is concrete, which falls thick and tolerably solid into
vessels below, to be borne away t the sugar-house to
set. The concrete passes through a trap in an ex
ternal shoot cammunicating with the upper end of the
revolving cylinder; -but should, the syrup be still
underdone, the trap is closed by a slide, and it is re
turned to the upper end for n. second treatment by
hot air. The building covering tiff .machinery has a
double-gabled corrugated roof, with an arm of fifty
by seventy feet; the chimney is of iron, and the trays
well set in brick-work. The fly and driving wheels
are small In diameter, bat very massive. All waste
steam is conserved in two traps communicating with
the defacators', and tho boiler is tubular, altered re
cently to work np to 4$ lbs. of steam.
TJic Wliiile-I'ifcliery Iu 1870.
From tbo New Bedford Standard wo glean
tlie following interesting statistics of tbe whale-
fishery daring 1870 :
In riglit-wlialing tho Arctic fleet was very suc
cessful. Tho northern flePt numbered fifty-eight
vessels, including Iboso from the Sandwich Is
lands and the one from .Melbourne, and they took
oH,3ol barrels oil, including walrus, and 755,883
pounds bone, averaging 1,000 barrels oil and 13,
032 pounds bone ; or, tbrowing out thrco vessels
lost, tho average would be 1,0CL. barrels oil and
13,743 pounds bone. The largest catch was made
by the ship Josephine, of New Bedford, 2,160
barrels. There aro 20 per cent. Ies3 vessels at
sea now than ono year ago, tho number being 215,
against 269 at that time. The importations of
catchings tho past year, were 56,152 bbls. sperm,
70,210 bbls. wbalo oil, and G56,225 pounds whale
bone, being an increase from the previous year of
7,300 barrels sperm oil, a decrease of 14,804 bar
rels whale oil. and on increase of 44,097 pounds
whalebone. During the past year the exports to
foreign coontric3 have been 20,000 barrels sperm
oil, 9,762 barrels whalo oil, and 347,918 pounds
whalebone. In 1869 tbe exports were 18,615 bar
rels sperm oil, 3,842 barrels whalo oil and 311,605
The home consumption daring tho year was 32,-
534 barrels sperm oil, CG.081 barrels whale oil, and
203,207 pounds whalebone. In 1869 tho home
consupmtion was 17,155 barrels sperm oil, 56,239
hariels whalo oil, and 205,023 pounds whalebone,
showing a gratifying increase, the past year. Seal
oil was not imported to snch an extent as in 1869,
and in future will probably be' still Ies3, as tho
duty has been raised. Tho prices of whale catch
ings have averaged lower than for some years
Bperm oil, which averaged SI 83 per gallon in
1E69, was at $1 55 at the close or that year, and
in March last had risen to $L 60. In May it was
down to SI 42, and from that time to the first of
November ejadnally declined to SI 20, and has
since ruled at $L 23 to SI 25. Tbe average price
for the jear haj been 81 37? ' Whale oil in Jan
uary last was 725 cents per gallon, having aver
aged SI 02 the previous year. In February it
went up to 80 cents, and in Jane bad declined to
G2 cents, and has since that timo fluctuated be
tween that price and 70 cents, closing tbe yearat
65. Tho average price for. tho year was 67 cents.
Arctic whalebone was SI 06 per pound at the
opening of the year, and has sinco declined quite
regularly, closing at 72 cents, and averaging 92
cents. 1 he average price of all northern bone (or
the year was 9Q cents, nnd for southern 76 cents ;
and the average prico of bone of all catches may
be stated at 68 cents ; in 1869 at SI 20.. During
the year only six vessels bare been added to the'
whaling fleet of the country. 'Hie number with
drawn by shipwreck, sale, etc, 13 thirty-five.
TO LET, at Mrs. T. Thrum's,
No. 29 King Street. 18-lyc
For Sah Fraricico.
The Fine British Barqea
Will be dispatched positively on Saturday next, the
11th inst. Freight $4 per ton.
For freight or passage apply to
8 It . j. TIIEO. n. J)AYIES, AgenH
" HAWAIIAK PACKET LUTE.
For San Francisco.
Tbe fine Clipper Barken tine
X now reidy to receire cargo, nd will hare dispatch
for the AboTe port. -
For Freight or Fast age, apply to ' -
WALKER k ALLEN,
6 W Agents.
. THE SINE BRITISH BARQUE
CAMPflELI ------- Master,
Is now loading for the above port, and will be de
spatched on or about baturilay.ttic lltti 01 Alarcn.
Fur Freight, apply to
7 TIIEO. It. DA VIES, Agent.
ARHIITAL OP THE KA' 2VEOI PROM TClfDOX I
SUPRCjlK COURT or tho Hawaiian Islands,
inEqnlty. In tha mttez.ef th EiUtecf Her Ut9
3UJerTlI. K. KAPAKUHAILI.Uteof Ilanolrjla, (),' J-
cteea.ieBJCt me nun. c iinwrii, t icm uunccitor.
Ob rttdiut and filing th petition' of June W. Ads tin, mkJ
Charles Kaaaloa, Admin iatrmturt of the Eitate of Her lat
31 lest t II. K. Kspak-haiU. of Honolulu. Iilaad of Otba.
deceased, showing that there s re certain claims against th I
urate 01 ram aecemoeo, aofonounic loseren snonsana ore
hundred "and fort j-one and 94-100 dollars, now doe and pay
able, and taat mere is inenmcient personal ptopertj &r tne
rarmeot thereof, and that the said Administrators desire to
par tbe same and beretiy to aroM nameroos and expensive
suits and finally to te enabled to settle their acconnts as snch
Admlubfratcm, and prajlnjp: to be authorized to sell certain
real estate or tbe deceased, situated on Kiciiard street and -King
SUcet, Ilonolnla, Oahn, and described In said petition
at puouc aacuoa 10 in mgnesi Diauer.
It Is ordered that FRIDAT. the 17th dar of March. A. D.
187 1 at 10 o'clock k. at-, before tbe said Justice at Chambers
In tbe Court lions in Honolulu, b and tbe same hereby Is
appointed as tbe tone and place for bearing said petition, and
that all persons Interested may then and there appear and
show cause If any they bae why the same should not be
eranted. also thiit this order In the XnctUh and Hawaiian
la r,su apes 1 publUbed in the Hawaiian O a rani and Air
Oioa uewpnspers iraklished In II one! oin for thres successl-a
weeks preTwus to the time thercsu appointed for said hearings
viira uouuiuiu, zu. (ii, i? l.
ALFRED S. HAR-nVELU
Justice Supreme Court.
Attestr L. McCcur, Clerk.
WiVls- the Tirae to Fnrclase 1m Grids
From a Fine Assortment Just Opened !
AND SUITABLE FOR
Plantations, Plantation and Country1 Stores, Household ami FarmJy Supplies
' And As- we dont-meait to be beaten, -
"Will Tbe Sold set Low jFeL5fto I
TUB BRITISH jmia
HUGHES, ------- Master,
Will sail on or abont tbe 6th ol March. For Freight
or rassagr, appljr to t
7 TIIEO. II. DAVIES, Agent.
1'lic IVortlt I'acilic Transportation
SAN FRANCISCO & HONOLULU LINE.
Tbe Company's Splendid Steamship
It. S. FLOVD, ... Commander,
IVill Leave San X'rancioo
On or about .- .. February 15th
AVill Leave Honolulu
On or about -.................February 28th
Freight for Ban Franci.-eo will bo received at the
cicamcr s warehouse, ana receipts xor me same,
given. by the unde'ftigned. No charge for storage
or cartage, fire tusks tn narenouso, not taken by
Liberal AdvnnccM pintle on all Sliin-
itieiits per Steamer.
Insurance guaranteed at Loirer Rates than by Sail.
ing essels. l'atueniar care taken of Shipments of
All orders for Goods to be purchased in San Fran
cisco mil tc received, and filled by return of Meanier.
?Shipmcnts from Furopennd the United States.
intended for these Islands, trill be received by the
company in can rrancisco, il consigned to them, and
be forwuded by their Steamers to Honolulu, Free
or Un.niCE, except actual outlay.
JTS-Pajfcniers are requested to take (heir tickets
before 12 o'clock on tho day of sailing, and to pro
cure tneir rassports. -
I-3m JJ.'JiACKl'fiLD 4 (jo., Agents.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
fS5j3B Tlle California, Xtyv Zenlnnil
&JIWUV! anil Australian Hall Line of
The Splendid Steamships
WONG A WONG A,
1-150 Ions -; Stewart, Com'r,
CITY of MELBOURNE,
200 tons., , ..T. Grainger, Com'r,
CITY OF ADELAIDE,
Will ran regularly between Honolulu and theaborc
ports, connection at Honolulu iiith tho North Pacific
Transportation Co's Steamers.
Hoxolch;- W. L. GREEN.
Auckland II. M. JEKVIS
rn.xcr. II. JI. HALL. U. S. Consul.
CJCPItME COURT of the HamlUit 11 a
is lTtrtp. id UjepMtter of Ike EtUteor Her lata
MjjfMljr H. K. K AI'A K U II A I LIT la t e cf Honolulu. Oahn, uV
Oa reeling sail filing tbe petition of James W. Austin and
Cliarlca Kanalna, Adrainlitratort of tha EsUte of Her late
Mjijnt j U. K, KajiakahaUL IaU of Honolulu, Island vt Oaau,
deceased, showing that certain claims against tbo estate set
furtb in schedule annexed lo raid petition were? presented to
tbe petltlotifer dnlr authenticated with necessarr Touchers
and Lj tbem afiprared and prating that upon a day to be ap-
It Is ordered that FRIDAY, the 17th dar of March A. D.
1S71 at 10 o'clock A m. Ufore tbe said Juaticvat bis Cham-
ters in tbe Court House at Honolulu bo and tbe samo here
by Is appointed as the time and place for hario the said pe-
iiiiun. iqu uiai iui perwuaiuieTeaieuniaTiiienanaTnerean.
1 1 " ,m ... . '
ji "uu uvw causa u anj mer aaie wnj me saia cuims
should not be aDDroTcd br tbe Court, and that this ordr 1
pnutuoeu in me x.aeiua and iiAwaiian uornini in tbe lli-
WAtUX GXUTTX and AD OCOA newnancra Drintixt bq1 ntiJw
mum iu uvuuiuiu irr lurcp vucceasiTo weeas proTious lo ine
ttutQ lutrau afpuiuieu tor aaja ueanng.
Dated Honolulu, i'eb. 2jtb, 1S7I.
(Siirned) A U HE DR. nARTWELL.
Justice Supreme Cou'L
Attest: L. UcCnxT, ark. T-t.
CJUPUEMB COURT of the Ilawallan Island..
3 In tbe matter of the Estate vf W. N. LADD. of lleuo.
lulu. UeceaiwL order of Notice of Petition to allow tbe
account Cf Administrator, liefore Mr Jtutice IIutwU In
On reading and Aline the Petition cf Josenh O. Carter. Ad-
uuuuiraior oi me uiaie oi . ri. ijuh. lain er iionoiQin.
deceased, that his first account as such Administrator majr
It is ordered by the Court, that FRIDAY, tbe 17th day of
.uarcu. a. v. ioji at luorcioca in ina lurenoon be ami ilia
same hereby is appointed forbearing the said petitiou before
tbo said Justice at bis Chambers In Honolulu, at wtJcb time
kuu pico an persons interested may appear and sntw cause,
if any they bare, why tbo same should not be granted, acd
' that notice thereof be giren by publication of this order In
tbe Hawsm-f Uszctts news naoer fur three
preTiuos w said Jiearing,
uaiea iionoiuia, euT i, IS71,
ALFRED S. HAUTWELIi.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: WAtTtR R. SriL, Deputy Oerk. 7-3t
fiUPREME COU11T uf the Hawaiian Island.
fj In Pri'bate. In the matter of the Krt f flFnnnv
E. ELLIOTT, late of San Francisco, Cab. deceased at Hono
lulu, U.I, '
Turtnant to an order cf tbe Honorable Ellsha H. Allen,
Chief Justice or said Court. In Prob.il ei miilo mi tlm ?7lli rljw
of February, A. D. 1S7I, notlcu Is bortby giren tba AVED-
AisaiAi, tne -Jinu day or March A. D. 1871, at 11 o'clock a.
m. of said drr. at tbe Conrt Room of aaid ftmrt. at llAnAinln
in iuj (Maim oi uauu oa oecn appointed as tne time and
ptneo Kir oroTiDZ tue ii in oi aaii iiM.r-T t: Y.iumt iWmh..!
and fur beariuir the aDDlkatlou' U Ihuill Rmitli an.i r n
Williamson fur tbe Issuance of Letters TestamentarT to them
as executors named therein, when and u here any person lu-
iciiblcu n'wr auu contest tne same.
Dated Honolulu. Feb. 27th.
Wt. L. SlcCULLY, Clerk.
CUPRE3IE COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
iaiiD3 injunkruptey. In the matter of tbe Estate
of F. Cernard, bankrupt, of Honolulu. In reading and tiling
tbe petition of San ford IL Dole and Thea. C llenct. AuIcro
tn Bankruptcy of said estate, aiklnc to have the aeconuta nf
s-iiu tsuue exainioeu ana allowed by tbe Court and tbem
selresdiscliargedfrom thelc trust as Assignees of tbe said
ine said pennon snouid not ve trr
It f further ordered, that tbls order 1 cntilLthr In th
Hawiiiax QiiETTt fur four snccessire weeks prerious to said
Honolulu, Iltli July, 1S7I.
Attest: Astoclafe Jn-itlrH Snnram nnnrt.
A alter It. Stii, Depnty Cle i k, 5U
THEO. II. DAVIES
FOR SALE THE CARGO
-OF THE FINE-
CONSISTING OF ' j
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Dry Goods,
ir Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Paints and OHsjr
A- ? -
Crockery, Tin and Hollow-ware,
Iron and Steel, Etc. Etc.
ptTJ7'YI7'DTTrtCi The Finest Assortment of Spices ia the Conntrr Cassia.
vJTJLAj XJ KJU XA) I Piij, Pepper Clores, Allspice. Maee, Nutmegs, Dinger, Maitanl, Cassia ia
mats, Fiuest Ours Ou. Coailensed Milk, Tab), and Dsirr Salt, yeast Powders and Corn Starch. THE
FINEST FLAVORING EXTRACTS Lemon, Vanilla, Peach, Cellerj,- lo. Crossa A Blaekweira
Finest iiekles. Pie Frails, Jams and Jellies, Para Castila Soap, Toilet Soap, Pnr Old Brown Windsor
Chemical Soap, Sago and Tapioca, Carb. Soda and Cream Tartar, etc. eto.
"r,"P"V 0 17 AATPV AriTQ The nest Qnnlrnnd Finest Assort-.
-LJLVX OC JJiUMOX VjrVViJO. ment of Prints ia the Market Prints
llarseules. Piquets, Brilliants, Casnoeres and Twills. Printed Linens. Linen Pant Stuffs, Robes and
Furnitures, Fane 7 Tweeds, Linen Ducks and Drills, BafT Linen, Fine Broadcloths, Doeskins. Cordu
roy and Uclford Cord, Fine BIuo Twill Nary Flannel, single and. dcnble. Fancy Flannels for children's
wear, new styles. LINEN GOODS Sheetings; 90 to 100 inches. Pillow Linen, Cotton Sheeting, Dress
Linens, Hollands. Mantle Linens, Ilomespun Linen, Bleached and Unbleached Linen Damask or th.
finest quality, Turkey Red and Bine Plaid Damask, 3-4 Damask Doylies, Fine Damask Napkins, a Iargs
rariety or patterns. Linen and Cambrle Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Rnssla Diaper
Tory cheap, Russia Crash, Huckabnek, All Wool and C. i W. Water-proof Cloth, Assorted Towels.
r-TOQTT?T?"V A Finc Assortment of Gents', Boys', Ladies', Misses' and
-LJLwOJLJIiJLV X Children's Hose, bleached and unbleached. Black Lace Shawls, Square Shawls.
rery cheap. Silk Nets, Fancy Neckties, Collars, Bosoms, M'ristbandsrAo., a una assortment of Trimming
Braids, do. Pearl Buttons, Hooks and Eyes, Silk Twist, Shetland Shirts, Alpacas, Cobnrgs, Alpaca Pop
lin, Striped Grenadines, Black Silk of the celebrated Bonner make. Straw Hats for Men and Boys, as
sorted Wool Huts, Infants white Blankets, Quilts, Heavy Blankets, Light and Medium, Bleached acd
Unbleached Cottons, a Are assortment of New Silk Ribbons, Elastlo Cords. Jara Canras, Opera Flan
nel, Milliard's Needles; from 1 to 12, in paper or cases, Orrs X McNaugbt'i Spixjl Cotton, from 10 to 1C0
' A TJTiWr A T?T? T,,c rine9t Cnst Steel Saws Hand, Ripping, Back, Compass,
-tXXXiJJ T V Xi.JA(X!i. Butchers' Circular and Pit, Drawing, Butcher, Cane, Fish and Tabl
Knires. Spokeshares, Be'rels, Plane Irons, Squares, Hammers, Chisels, Gauges, Bits, Angers, Riretiag
Hammers. Stub's Files. Spear Jackson's, Files, Flat, Quarter Round, Hand, Mill and Bastard Files.
Rasps, Horse Rasps, Cabinet Rasps. Copper Tack, Stono-Hammers, Sledge-Hammers, ic. '
AGRICTJLTUR IMPLEMENTS.- "kTd'. sZd
bborels or all kinds and prices, rorks. Hakes, Sooops, Oos, Mattocks, Picks, Hatchets, Meal Kniies,
Planter's Hoes, and a numerous assortment of other implements foe tho ujo of planters and others.
QTI A rhTr"n?Tr Cop and Letter
iO-LXJ-XXVXI Ali LJ X . cheap. Note and Bill
l'nper or the best futility nnd tctj
Paner. or tha hoit nn&litv Ami Mfia-n V-
Tclopes of all sixes and prices. Overland Paper, Letter and Note, Wrapping Paper, Blotting Paper, tha
rery best. Memorandum Books, Bristol Board, Letter Clips. Copying Ink, Pens and Holders, etc.
English Saddles, rery cheap. Medium nnd Ilcst Bridles, -Bits.
Headstalls. SUttud Leathers. MartitKr&Ut- nnlt!tr .ml ll.n...
Buckles', Rings, Turret, Switel and Post Hooks. Ono sot of fine Singlo Buggy Harness, Breast CoUari
, imoruareuinalluullSDAi. mouth dar of llarth. I'I'I V Mill If 111 l A 111,1 l'ot9. liplllm. Knnrn.nnna. K...
DlSjl.atlOo'clpckA.M.attb.Clourtllomelalloaoluln, JLJ.X Xi JlJlKJ UJUJ VY V JJh. Ingpaus, Palls. Caddies, pinsTDIfpersi
i.tcreedJu.yappeirand1owcn,lfanrtberbaTe,wbr J J. 1 "" U?M Jianga aiouius, otrainers, uamp Kettles, r'unnsls. Nurso Lamps, Soon
beaidtiilonshoiildiiotbeirra'nted. 1 Jureens, Dust Pans, Cake Boxes, Plo Plates, Puff Tans, Cako Tins, Biscuit Pans. Snonsre Caka Pans.
niOnTn?. RV a feu superior Dinner Sets, warranted superior to anr
'-LV-' I'tlM X. in the market, also Medium Sets. Nacoles. Chambers.' Bowls. PIt.
Pitchers, Lwers and Basins, Cups and Saucers, etc.
P A TAri1 OTT , B"i,e1 nnd Haw, Castor Oil, Ncnts Foot Oil, Bright Var
' . L 1-Jt nisn, superior l-nrriago Garnish in one gallon cans. Da mar. Copal,
and Furnituro arnish. Ilnbbuek's No. I White Lead and Zinc-not tbo good or medium quatit
J 1"Jl1 "eau, ruiiy, cnctiau itea, Uhrome lellow. Rosin, Umber, Drop Black, Sienna.
, ruiiy, cnctiau itea, Uhrome lellow. Rosin, Umber, Drop Black, Sienna
STT1STT)T?TF,S " "fall kinds-I'nint, Varnish. Uair, Teeth, Crumb,
O U 1 JLJAJllO. Ccntrifogul, Blinder. Ac. Wroucbt Iror. of ...ort.d n'l..j..,'
Best Cast Steef, octagon from J to 1 inch, Carbon Filters, Charcoal Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, (Hlramied
Fails and Tabs, Fence Wiro, rcceired in splendid order in casks coated with tar.
FRESH GROCERIES 1
STEAMER OF THE 25th .ULT.
G. Extra Family Flonr,
O. a. Extra Wheat Meal,
CLIPPER BARK "DELTA!"
A 1 AT LLOYD'S.
THE MEMBERS OF Excelsior Lodge No. I,
L. O. O: F-, are requested to attend at the Reg
ular meeting.on TUESDAT EVENING NEXT, on
which occasion, special business will bo" brought be
before the Lodge. Per Order.
J. S. SMITHIES, See.
Honolulu, March 7th. 1S71.
RED SALMON, In barrels-A small lot of
not Ttrj good quality, but as good at tho arer
age that is for tale about town. Call at
2 B0LLE5 & CO.
Oat Meal, lijo Meal,
Hatches Cream Cheese,
California Hams and Baoon,
Eitts Eastern Tongues and So nnds,
Cutting's Pickles in fire-gallcn kegs.
Hf bbls Columbia Rirer Salmon,
Uf bbls best Family Pork",
California Golden Syrup,
Cutting's Table Fruits, assorted,
New Pacific Codfish,
Almonds and Walnuts,
OATS, BIEAX AHD WHEAT,
Smoked Beef, Smoked Salmon,
All kinds of Crackers and Cakes,
Beets and Turnips, "
Half and whole boxes Saloon Bread, etc., etc..
For sale a lowest rates at the Family Grocery and
Feed Store. : 'r '' ' i-'''
JUDD JA" L'A VT0N,
6-lm No. 52 Fort Street.
C. BREWER & CO.,
OFFER FOIX- SALB
This Vessel will be Due in March,
AND HAS A FULLY
Selected for this Market!
Two Elegant Park Phaetons,
Suitable for Double and Singlo Harnjss,
Ransomo, Sims &. Co's Heavy Plows,
ONE TRASH TURNER, ic. ALSO,
THE FINEST BRANDS OF BOTTLED ALE,
BASS' ALE, IND COOP St CO'S ALE,
Devenish's Celebrated Champagne Ale,
A FEW OP McONIE'S COOLERS.
ALSO ON HAND,
One JlcOnic's Train of Carrom Pans
AND ONE McONIE'S CLARIFIER.
FOR SALE BY
THEO.. H. DAVIES.
EXPECTED BY THE MOSES TAYLOR & SYREN,
American Hardware, Agricultural Implements
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPS, new styles and burners,
CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS, BRACKET LAMPS, Ac
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL, FROM BOSTON,
BYAM'S EIGHT-CARD MATCHES AT LOWEST RATES.
The Celebrated Paris Plows and Extra Points, &c.
w o Invito InsTDootioir
ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS PROMFTLY ATTENDED TO.
FENCING WIRE, BEST QUALITY
Nos. 4, 5, and. 6j .
For Sfxlo rt xxg Lowest "SJL&yIsj&X;
IIiMNGHA'3I :&h CO.
8-2ro. ' W 1
Per bark 'Nabob' Direct presh California lime
A. TV. DEIRCE A
Rosis, Ratber Hose,
3 Hoop Paneled PaHs S
Pore .Cider Vinegar, . ,
Pine and Cypress Barrel Shooks
PINE SUGAR SHOOKS.
lyTrTVPi i -r-x-zyy-'s Oystors,
4- 1 ,t 3 111 Splcttl, 1 t 3 lb Frtih. 2m
Portland Cemeritj A
FOR SALE BY
4-tf a:tcpeirck t co.
15 Cases, each 24 dz.,
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
W.' PEIRCB A CO.
- MUTUAL LIFE INSUfi ANCE COMPANY
OJP NEW YORK, ' 1
CAPITAL FORTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS IN GASH,
The Largest Company in the World I
f THE ASSETS, RECEIPTS, DIVIDENDS, (AND ENTIRE SYSTEW5 ARE
' " ALL CASH.
JSUliiUUi8r.iNoii Eorfeitabe and
FISAL DIVIDEND OF ONE AND A
nuirter per cent, 'on Stock of II. S. and OI. I.
Nts jation Company will bo paid bj tbe nndersigned
at bis oEce.
A. S. CLEGHORX,
Treasnrer II. S. A 0. 1. 1. N. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 17th, 1871. j 6-3L
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
" Disraicr or hohoicitj, oaht. ,
THE USDERSIGNED HEP-ECY GIVES JfOTIC?
'tb'atbis office -will be closed for the-collection of
taxes due for the year 1370, after Satsrdar, tbe 11th
or March proximo, and all parties who bare sot paid
at that date will be proceeded against according to
law. GEO. II. LUCE,
Febrnar 21, 1871. (5 Im) Tax Collector.
PIPES! PIPES! PIPES !
3E3C; I. NOLTE,
HAS RECEIVED DIRECT FROM VIENNA,
BY THE HAWAIIAN BARK KAMOl,"
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF '
GENUINE MEEBSHAUK PIPES !
Ever1 Offered in this Market.
For Sale at Reasonable Ps-Iccf !
ASSORTED IZES For sale br
2 . s R0I.LE5 A CO.
Exempt froni Exeoution
J. R. HELENA
Special Agent for the Hawaiian islands.
E. P, ADAMS, Local igent.
Estate of EDWARD R. COFFIN, deceased.
T'iS, uP,EnSKD, Executor of the
W ill of idward R. Coffin, late of Henolala, de-
wicuj giTes nouee to all persons barine
ciams ataiatLibe JStUte or the said deceased tapret
sent tbe same within six months from this date, or
they will be forerer barred, and all persons Indebted
to tha aMte EsUte are reqnested to mate immediate
J. W. AUSTIN. Exeeotor of
the Will nt rjnirrl rt r.m-
-.Hcnolnln, Fcbroar 15, 1871. s4t '
O (ff TONS Reft nawaiian. Salt, for
silo in nnantitics to suit, br
B0LLES & CO., JtnU.
"?r lie,B,t"tItIe lo Silt.
WHAEiE AND SPERIW.OIL
br II. HAVKKELD t ca.
.V I i
mUE UNDERSinN2DiaTiBs; fceea dalr
X apppinU.1 AdmlnUtralor oj the Estate of Manuel
bilra, late of Honololo, Island of Oahn, deceased,
hereby notifies all parties indebted to said EiUle to
make .immediate payment to him, at bit office in
Hosolnlo and all parties basins elaiai ajralnst tbe
sai Estate aro hereby notlSed to ptewnl the same.
"Sff ! tU fPeiToneher.a
Jfd Wi1!n "? monfro, !hi. date,
or they wiH be forerer barred.
Xf tr TriveTt
Honolulu. Hare 1. 1871. jl"
aALOQH)lVQT BREAD, CKACKHS,
YD Jenny Iind Cakes, Jombles, tte etc.. reeehtJ
per Moses Taylor. (7) " BOLUS t CO.
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