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ETary "Wednesday Morning-,
A T SIX DOLLAJtS PER AXNTDI.
Fr4.n Mibtrrllxri, 3 -.00 o 910.00.
Omct Oa Qaten Street, in tlie old
mtJiwmt
HAWAIIAN
GAZETTE.
BOOK ANDTOB
PEINTING ESTASUSHMEITT.
Tnia office a now ruEPATrro
TO EXEOUTE ALL. ORDERS.
For'Plmii and Fancy Printdng,
Building, Honolulu, IL 1
OF KVEKT DESaUPTTOX.
VOL. YII---XO. 10.1
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 22v 1871.
.86.00 PER TEAR.
FTTH NEATNESS rfi DI&PATC11
IhBBBwa tarsi bt X luis. at Use Oovem-
.aw. MM Be lMWl
BUSINESS NOTICES.
OASTLE & COOKE,
Itcalrrs in General .Merchandise.
a. Raw Si. Hsailela. Hawaua Uu. Ij
j. a, mit . c allex.
SMjtptw: and Commission Merchants,
Ar-reHa Jar Sate KawiSas Picket Use.
T rr - - i . a il'j1 ," 1
i Co., hi rraacasco.
v awaam, t- a. rmuM.
V. ".V. PIIIUCI! A; CO.,
(NaM KCL Ioim AO.)
i h4 eemetil Ce-SHdsjito XcrxianU
.fcrtWf In grit Works.
E. P. ADAMS,
GemBoissisn Merchant,
H-1-
C I'. MOIIOLS. 31. !.,
e r x. Miilln :. It ! sc oas
joii.a . :ic:ki;v, 31. i..
, LaS. tlBS.ssl C S. Ari j
I tillliin" Hotel Sv fcetwesei Ale
kK m4 Saws. Streets lj
iti;.nim:BVs ..v iikoava,
ASS WHOLESALE DEALERS
.v. i. ji;u,
Ar5XT AS WSSSELL9B. AT LAW.
P IBSSI If S rrt fares. Isi.iIbsb flvT
TIIOS. G. TUIttXIL'S
Stnory. Cutiery and News Depot
avd Otrou.ating Library,
1ICA. KIOIUItISO..
AXS SCALES IS Bers, SHOES
ssaerv, A-, earner
1 Soa Co Oroer rmM,
a c itcpi'cjr. jt. i..
B ai Snwt- Oik. Hasan. O mt i. ItthK Fvwwsr, OjIib ,
Bwdawsal.as.er.. wwsoaW. ea. -
JOIIA II. IMTY,
Xaaawiy lhatasfc tat neirBsiiiioner f Deeds
IstblBkrfCritD. OaV Htt jUa.otlMianii
.0 .r in 1 1 1 far. at. i.n tii
rii.i.i.-:n.vi A: Co.,
AX M3ALE8S 15 HAEDWAEE,
II. IUCUPRLU .V CO.,
ZXEXAL COXXISSI0X AGEi'TS.
! Street. HanslBlB. M 1. (ly
SS. H05T3CHXAEGER & CO.,
AJTS CMaOSwIOK MERflHAXIS,
4T In. Paha. H L jf
Timou. c iiui'CK,
AS CUXXISwlOX 2E2CHAXT.
l- fcrtMi, Qae. H I to
I. A. CIIAIFIIt Ai CO.,
0X2ISS!OX KESCHAXTS.
SSR nsraara. Paha. H- r jlje,
. una. J. nccsoa
Linmus a: oicKsorv,
II ''Wl I AXB BSALEBS IX LtEEEE,
IdkMOriAllUi fcrt SOMt, BMtatx
ALL EX & CHTLLISGWOSIH.
KAAVJUHAH, 1IA1VAI1,
. .! tp, at tW akortM Batter
JOII.-V T. AVATBKIIOUSK.
UJWIIII ASB 3EALER IS GEXEEAL
arfStCHAXMSE,
t tw. oini. K- L If
IV. I GIIIIIW,
HUT A8EST ASD BEOKZE,
3IcCOI.GA A: aoiISO,
MiER CHANT TAILORS,
C K. W1U.IAJJ,
ymsmPATvz&i, ixpoetee axd dealeh
Wjaarrfiwiy in juIlM FmanWin-lMMH
1 mw Win, MV ML
fcllt)tljttltlU. lj?
"V. lIIKN.MrrT,
K A59 EHE VATmi,
XII no. II. DAVIO',
,Lui Juml am I On. ;
ix3WS3S axs cajcaussiox xeechast,
UVSAA IIUOXIII2IL.N,
A3TS VH0LESALE DEALERS
I I- TOKIIIillT,
ZS XCTCBEB AX3 ETEET EIXD OF
i:iivia JOM1S,
eB6G2H. A3TD SHIP CHJlFDLEB,
CLHIRt-E AVI1.I.LU1S,
SHIPPISG C-E5T,
Sec ac Jae RoM-ies t Co's WixrL
Ms eat ptaa of ntUiar wrth
aawaas OB BVss shippUg at his ,
tsoa wsth aas ot-
a. t. iL. .
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
DISTRICT OF HONOLULU, OAHU.
mn rnnassiu hergbt hives notice
JL aW aaa awarn wiC Ve oiavsed far lit coBecUra of
year 1I. axVer Saturday, tbe lltbf
so, aad aS urtiee wbc bare net raid
r.om in 1 uta. r
of li ewe sfsi 1 haat f.-wts, eausnl
MM m4 r ji Jtartaa hUM Csarw, u
Mm ak. aaiaaiu
a. ajajaan. aaj 11 ca4 nuaaM a tb. ra-
ajaaaa)ka.a(kaaat. I
s latjafat slats! srag ie pa needed afalut aceordlnr to
oso n. LUCE.
C 1b Tax Collector.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
IH)H.i;S .V: CO.,
I
Ship Chirnrtkra azd Cosaissoa Herthsats.
IjBaartcn mad Daalm la Gtwnl Mmaaaaisa, Qnn lit,
ll.aol.hi, lUwiuaa ldaa4s.
Xs A(aU fur tB. Etmutilii, JIuulu, asd Eatuko
tall Work.. 2 ly
It. "1VIIIT.1I.VA
-- aa4 wiU gitt bb attcatiaa ts
Carriage Triad g. Saddle asd Haraets U&kisg,
asdBepairisgis all its Srasccet.
Errry o.fAkxi af ArtiejM ca(icetc4 with tae CuiiieM
roalUnUj oa Basil, at
Modrrmtr Irlrr. CItt Illm a Trial.
Xa. n Klat Hit, Bt to lei Cwj"S. IMac
H0N0LTJI.U IRON W0EKS CO.
tpfn STEAM ENGINES, SuKr ?II1I,
1" 'n Inllrr' Coulerv, Irue, Braas aod Lead Catttert.
Machinery of Every Description,
49-JIaJ to Order. UK
Fartiealar atteatioa paid to SMp'i la:kjaiitiag.
JOB VTORK nmtri an tb Aorteit Botin. JSs-1 jfl
J. s. mcicsoA,
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
No. 82 King Street,
Searij OfaoaKe Meears. DUUBfaam I Co.
- 0ralBiB, Marbliar, (HWtiig, 0alMeaiBtBF, Faper-
V13!. -, ac execHted m tae akrtMt Mtkf,
a7 aad ua tae oaoat reaauaable lenne.
26-3m
iv.ti. A'i:ivco3ui,
DEJrnsT-
OrSte, Cer. Fort & Hotel Streeti.
11t
CHAI.I,AJIi:i, Sc CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS WISES,
Spirita. AIm. it, Xo. 8, N'auAnn Street, OBnmte Merchant
A. M. ci.i:iioit,
WHOLESALE ASD BETAIL DEALER IS
GESEEAL MERCHANDISE,
Ftoe-Bmf Star., carnar of Qbmb aad EaaasaaaBn Streets.
Ilaaiyeilintalmata. oa Nsoaua Street, and on tb. earner
Tort aad Hgtal Streete. lt-lj
biu nex. h. 1. r. cixira
c. riii:wi:r & co.,
SHIPPING ASD
COMMISSION MEECHANTS,
HONOLULU, il. I.
AGENTS Or the Uoaton and Ilonolula Packet
IUne.
AGEYTS-For the 3Iakee, IValluku and liana
Plantation!.
AGBNTS For the Purchueand Sale or Island
Produce. &-lr8
1. I. ERLEM. A. JAICrE.
11. v. r.in,i:it.s a; co..
DEALERS IS DRY GOODS ASD GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
rtrieW Stare x IWt St.. abori-Odd Fellow, HalL 7-lj6
V. A. SCIIAKI'KII,
GENT for the IIIIE3IEN HOARD of
JL rMpEaWKITEKS.
Arawtsor Us. Iireadea Board of UBaerwritm,
Aaeat for tbe Ttenna Board of Underwriters.
I fir
C. S. IIAKTOW,
AUCTIONEER,
1 QBaea Etraat, one door I rote Ksaaasiaaa
1Mj
31. S. GKIX.IIAIT3I A: CO.,
LKPORTERS ASD WHOLESALE DEALERS
la FasMooaN. CloOua, Date, Case, Boots, Sheea and
erarj Tariety of OentleraeB'a rapWior FBrnisarag Goods.
ara ta Makee'a BWci, Qseaa Street, UobbIbIc, II. I.
I-: flj6
AI-OSG A; ACIICCK.
Isporten, Wboletale aad Eetail Dealer! in
Gseral Merchandise, :
ABstCUaaOoad., IB thefTre-pruof Store en Xanana Street, '
SB. fTSMIC Stag. 44-1) ,
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
SOTAKV Vl'JILIC,
U HOo, Hawaii. flT
31. X. BOSSELL,
CABINET MAKES ASD UPHOLSTERER
Sate Straat, isoaoissla, apoorite Lewis' Cooper Swap,
tl v aad aea second-haBd FwrBitare.
-vnu
CIIUAG HOO.
Cezadiiioa Hercaaat aad Geaeral Ageat,
Il.mil I I Tmm.M . rJ k.r n,iuu r... IZJa
Vtaainal. Btalar 1b I!amriiaa Praia- mmA Aammt fr th '
raaajai ad Amnio Sarar FUntatitfna.
Fire-proof
Store an Naaau Straat, Ixaow Elag.
ZI-1TS
JA3IKS Is. LEWIS,
C00PEE AND GAUGEE,
At the Old Staad, ecraer King aad BeUiel Street", i Sou of
A Large Stock of Oil EsVeotT" and all kin, of Coopering ! BEST BLACK WALNUT PARLOR FURNITURE,
Mllirllll lHlsntlT 3a aaad. II. hopes tjr atteatasa to Spring-Back Ea'j Chairs, Lounges and Mattrassea.
tasfcii i to arrit a contiBtunce of the patrons re wMrb he Hair asd Spring Mattraases, Window Shades and Slip
baa swawtaeare eaioed, aad for which be cow returns bis Corers made ta order.
1-Zm
J. II. TIJ03II'.iO,
GENEEAL BLACKSMITH,
Queea Street, Hoaolala,
Has eBetaatl7 on haad asd for sal. at the Lowest Market
Price, a good assortment nf the Best Benned Bar Iras, aad
the Beat Btarhswllth's Coal. 38-1,6
V. II. A: a. segel.ivi:;v,
TLir, ZIKC A2D COPPEE SMITHS, AH D
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Saaaaa Street, betceea Herchaat aad Qaeea.
J5 lUTeceoetaBUoohaad, EteeM,Ptpe, 0alsaai4-
iroa npe, s-ianj aao. uose iHocstop-csxas, tnasa
' Bwbher lie Wtt J-plj-. is teanrtas of S and SO
son, whb roopuags aaa papa cnsapieie. jmib-Tsss,
sad aba a serj large stock ofTtaware afeierj de-
lar astearioB zfrea to fhftvWark. ftjwi fmn Hut
aesxe Islassas wW he cwfattyatteawed to.
Taaaxfai to the Ciureot of Uoaolnu aad the Istaads
s,iBtatsJ ar their Uberal patronare la the put, wessapehj
ssaeatatti ntlsu te haetoe to nertt the taaje for rfee fetere.
3i. nranciiii,
WAGOS ASD CARRIAGE BUILDER,
76 King street, Ilonolnln.
Am. wMS, ... I ... t
Vtfif nesa. Alao. partscnlsr atteatioB giB
r so nacasmitaug aaa llano sti.-lrg
Orders trean tae other Islaads prosapUj exeesiBeeL
4o-lr8
Photogranhic Gallery.
HAVING OPENED A PIIOTOGRTPIIIC
8ALIXKT, aearljr eppo.it b; a-aer ttaad. an rort
Street, I ahaU he amort happj to see bit old aeUroes aad
others who wiab far first-eiasa pfctarea, and shall trj, by at
liataso lo ta taste, of mj cstomers, to merit their patron
age. AUa, far sale, I'aeaifrraphs of celehrated pefaonagea,
stews, de. IVtaies ef all Brads taken oa the most reasona-
13S1J ILL, CHASE.
C. W. CREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Ltdeo, Muririfictsren aad Dealen
In all kinds of Soap. Eeef. Mutton, and Goat
TalijwWaoted
Ofiee. S Fort Seet, wbere orders will be receired
and prrmptly aUended to. f J
PHOTOGRAPHY!
31. DICKSO.V has fitted np
h. Gallerr en Fort Itreet! east !
arujf swe. between Kinr and Hotel SU.,
ana ii now preparM ta take Pic
tures of anT desired stei nr
fir Island Views for Sale. aS-Cme
American Mess Beef,
AMERICAS Mest Porlt In bond, and for
sale by ! BOLLES t CO. ,
SPERM Oil. Warranted tbe pnre article:' -For
ale by - 2j . BOLLES i CO.
Mripeioa.
lrttoai
jmwl
FOREIGN NOTICES.
H. "W. SEVESAKCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
MERCHANTS.
405 Frost Street, corner of Clay, Saa Fraaciico
xz iji
LEAEMONTH, DICKINSON & Co.
SYDNEY, N. S. "W.,
General Commission Agents,
WHl attend ta tbe rale of Sandwich Itlwd rrodnn, and
arrmnre lor adrance on tame.
rw. L onHEX IlMwIoIn
Rmx. 10.. . -J nxcfitiLSXK, BLUE a: Co...San ItantUoo
2S . ly
a. n. wuiiijf s, a. r. t; ncgm, c. a. xs&qix
WILLIAMS. BLANCHAED & CO..
SHIPPING ASD COHKISSIOS 1IEECHANTS,
ljT Xe. nS Caii&irnU Street. San rranebco. SO
exx rcum, j. c Mrmu.
rertland. . F. Cat.
ITCH AXES', MEEEILL & CO.,
FORWARDING ASD
COMMISSION HEE CHANTS,
Portimnd. Oregon.
lUriog ben enpc2 in cor preMnt tulnets Or npwanls
rMnir. wevre DrrtmrcUrtTeawldbDOM-ff IiUadSUhU.
vociiK Scir, SjrroM. Rk.Pola. Oeffee. etc. to adraatu.
ODwtcBBmti f?ciH 7 tolicitrJ lor tbeOrtgan M&rket, Ca
wtHcii mtom Iteatio will t taiJ, and upon vlikb cuh
ftdTtvaces wit! be m&de wbea reqttlred.
ILMX3CZ3
Cbvle T Bnok Sa Fra&ico
J C MerrHI a Co "
Fmllken
Badger k tAn&tQbtgtT '
Jubm P-trick ft Co "
Wo T Colesus k Co "
Stereiu, Baker Co "
Alien Lewis , TertUnd
lAMaTHtMi "
LeocardGreen " 1-ljrC
k. m. va ici;i:i,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Kanagawtf Japan.
Hiring tbe txt tacUitiM throcfh an Intimate connection
with tbe Japanese trade for tbe past eight jeart, U preparr.
to transact any boinesa entnuted to bU care, witb tlbpateh.
17- ly
LAKGLEY, CEOWELL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
53 Cor. Battery & Clay Sti,SaaFraacisco. Cm
RIMMEL'S
choice
mm
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
TJIMMEL'S IHLASG-II1LASG, VASDA, HE.V-
JLV na, joCKej l.luo. jraDgifane, uu ouer per-
fames of exqnifite fragrance.
KIJIMEL S Larendar Water, diitilled from Mit
cbam flowers.
Rimctl's Toilet Vinegar, celebrated fer its useful
aad fanrta-ry properties.
Himmers Extract of Lime Juice and Gljcerine, tbe
beet preparaties for tbe hair, especially in warm cli
mates. Rusmel'g Dogocg Oil Soap, perfumed witb Austra
lian Eeealjptni.
Rlmmet'i Gljcerine, Ilonex. Windsor and other
Toilet Soaps.
RimmeTs Rose Water, Costume and Floral Crack
ers, Tery amseing for kalis and parties.
Rimmel's Violet, Rose-leaf, Bice, and otber Toilet
Powders.
A liberal allowance to shippers.
ECGE.VE RIMMEL,
Perfumer to II It II tbe Priareci of MTales, 96, Strand,
Its, ls;est Street, and 21, Cornhni, London;
IT, B. olerard d-i Itahcns, Paris, and 7G, King's
Koad Brixhtoo
f Sold Lf all rtrfuii erj Vendors. ST-lrS
MAUNAKEA MARKET!
Io. -i. Hotel direct.
ROBERT LETT litres to In
form tbe irabllc that he has opened thei
above asarket and that be has proeored the service of
V OEPlrs-t Class 33xxtclaci-.
He trasU tbat br killioz oolr tbe I; EST CATTLE, and
pasine ererr attention to tbe business, to merit a share of
toe poouc patrooase.
Beef & Port Saaiages, Bologaas & Blood Padding!
Made to Order.
jeS-TEBMS-CnEAPFOBCASU 51-3mc
voss,
Xe S Merchant Street, opposite tbe Sailor's Home,
GENEEAL UPHOLSTEEEE,
.V ALL ITS BRASCIIES,
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND a variety
of HOMG-MADK FUEXITEHK, wbieh lie oCsrs fjr
sal. J r THE LO WEST MA RKET rEICKS. consistinz of
Old I" uriiiliiro Ite-Tj jiholslcrcu,
Bepaired aad Tarsiabed, with satssfaction warraateJ.
US- Call aad examies mj stock before pnrthasieg else.
where.
Terms BeasenaMe. All orders from Sblp-muten and
the ether Islands, will he pronptlr uteoded to. Wj
J. NOTT & CO.,
HPx'cicticinlL Braziers,
C.Ori'EIt Si TIX SMITHS, make ercry de
' eeriptioD of work in tbeir line, tiled on Planta
tions or elsewhere. They alio keep on baud a full
assortment of
Sbeet Copper, Ebeet Tin,
Sheet Lead, Ebeet Iron,
Iron Wire, Copper Wire,
Soft i Brass Solder, Pail Ears,
Pressed Bucket Corers,
Black and Tinned Rirets,
Copper Rirets, etc.
Also on band, a few more of
THOSE SPLENDID COOKING STOVES
Retreired by the "Syren,"
"Cotton Plant" and "Gray Jatkets," to-etber
witb a rariety of Japanned Ware, and many articles
asefol in tbe Kitchen. 3T Work on Buildings,
tsefe as jrstiers, spouts, water-pipes, Ae. Sbip-work
wHI meet witb prompt attention at So. 9 Kaabutnaun
Street. 11-lyS
BARTLETT SALOON,
r
YVILLIAJI IIDOIIF.S,
Comer of Hotel and Fort Streets.
THE CHOICEST ASD BEST OF ALES. WTTE3
and Spirits always to be found at tbe Bar. U-ly
GEOCEELES ! GEOCESIES ! !
ftuick Sales and Small Profits!
-AT-
EYAN'S EAJLEOAD STOEE
8 Comer Snsann and Jndd Streets. Ct
Hawaiian Mess Beef,
TJACKED on the Island of Knnni, by nn
PCK?U la.l'laB? 01 ,la??,, 07 a
"V" Eutcber. and warranted as rood
as any Beef put up on theie Iilaods. For rale by
UULLts A co.
Hemp and Flax Canvas !
BEST ARBROATH MANUFACTURE,
assorted Numbers, La bend or daty paid. Fer
sale by 2 BOLLES & CO.
CHAIN' CABLES. Ail sires, from j to 1M
incb, la Bond or daty paid. For tale by
2 BOLLES at CO.
urn
:ti-
SUGAR & MOLASSES
1871 1871
iST r,r "Zo
nxo, n. r,
r
Sugar nd Molasses,
CROP SOiV tCMIXG IS, and for sale
in quantities to mt rmrebaseri, by
1-3 MiLKEK ALLES. Agents.
ONOMEA ?LANTATIOK.
Snjrar and 3IoIjhti Crop 1871
COMING IS. FOR SALS IS QUANTITIES
to suit purcbaiers, by
l-3m WALK ERA ALLES, Agents.
PELSCEVILLE P1AKTATI0N.
Su;rnr and 3Iolit-.se Crop 1S71
COMING IS, FOR SAIE IS QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
1-3 rn WALKEf. i ALLES, Agents.
MAKEE PLANTATION.
rVor Crop of Sis;rrr A; 3IoIn!eH
VTOW COMING IS, ASD 10R SALE IN QUAS-
titles to suit purchasers ly
l-3m C. BREWIR A CO., Agents.
WAILUKU PLANTATION.
JEW CROP NOW COMISG IN. FOR SALE
it in quantities to suit pirtbasers, by
l-3m c. BREVT3I1 A CO., Agents
PACKET KNES.
For Kona and Kau.
THE CLIPPER FETCn
TJ3ST ja.1,11, o ,
93 Tone Register, Henry English, Master,
Will ran as a regular packet t Kona and Kan.
51-3 m DOWSITT A CO., Agents
For Kohaia, Hawaii.
Schr. Active.
P. MELLISH Master,
Will run as a regular packet t tbe abort ports.
ror ireignt or passage appir to
l-3m WALKER i aLLEN. Agents.
Regular Packet for Wolokai.
Schr. Pauahi,
UALLISTER, Master,
Will run as a regular paeket between Honolulu
and Molokai, touching at Kaunaiakai and Pukoo.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on
noara or
l-3m n. PREXDERGAST, Agent
INSURANCE NOTICES.
IJIPERIAL FIRE IASfRASCE COJIPAxW
Of London Instituted 1803.
CASnCAPITAL, 88,000,000 In GOLD.
THE. UNDERSIGNED are prepared to issue policies on
Fir. Kisks (witb or without tbe average cUue) on
riaaiaiton imrMines ana lacfiinery, mrat. uwelllngs,
iik. eime ana trooaen stores, sjercnsnaise, uoais, uim
ber, Ships in Port, 1c, oa the most ttTorabie terms.
S-AH Losses Adjusted aad Paid lor hero.S
For particulars apply at 1 be oSke or
WALKER t ALLEN,
3w-ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
3IKnCIIAAT.S' JHiTUAI.
MAEIKE INSUEASCE COMPANY
or San Francisco.
T
HE UNDERSIGNED having teen ap
pointed Agents for the abort Companr. are rrerared
to issue i-oucres on cargoes, Krelgtita and 'treas
ure. WALKLlt A ALLEN,
1-am Agents, Ilonolaln.
CAI.II'OItAIA
INSUEANCE COMPANY.
nnilE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS of the
JL abare Companr, bare been authorized to insnra lists
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure, ly Coaatera,
from ilonolalu to all sorts of tLe Hawaiian Group, and rice
versa.
S-ljS II. IIACKFELD A CO.
iiA3iitri:r.-!r-i:i:i:3ii;.
FIEE IHSUEAKCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED baring been ap
pointed Aicents of tba above ComDsnr. are rrenared
to insnre risks aeaiest Fire, on Stone and Driest Itulld-
ings, aad oa .Merchandise stored therein, no tb.
most faroratle terms. For partknlars apply at tbe office of
O-lJO f . A. 4jiiAi.rEK A CC.
Insurance Notice.
THE AGENT FOIL THE BRITISH For
eign 31arine Insurance Comrnr, (Limited), baa re
ceired instructions to redoco the rates of Insurance
between Iloaotara and rorts in the racier, and Is now pre
pared te Issue Polreies -at tbe Lineal Haiti, with a special
rcQBCiiou on t reignt persieamers.
TflEO. n. DATIFS.
Wv Agnt Brit, tor. Afar. Int. Co. (Limiuij
CALIFORNIA
INSUEANCE COMPANY.
T
HE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
above Coeapanr. have re-n aothorize! to insure risks
on Cargo, Freight and Treaaure, from Uonolllu
to an ports 01 tna wot la, enavice versa.
lMrt If. nACKFELD A CO
NOTICE.
nrTITE CXDEItSIOSED, DACniXOR 07 SCIENCES AltD
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Supreme Court of the lliiirniiim
Island.
JANUAf.r TEEM, 1871. IX BANCO.
ALLES, C ., niJ-.TWELL AND TTIDEMA-NX, J.J.
In the mailer of the JEstait of 3foln, (iT.,)o
Koolaupoko, deceased.
This matter came op on petition filed by
Mahoe, tbe duly appointed Administrator of said
Estate, before Jastico Widemann, praying tbat a
day and an hoar may be appointed for the pre
sentation of his accounts, and tbat be be dis
charged from the responsibilities of the adminis
tration aforesaid. Order was thereupon issned
on the 13th of April, 1870, fixing the 19th day
of May, lor tbe hearing of this petition, in
the Conrt House at Ilonolula, and giving nolico
to all interested in said Estate to appear and
show cause, if any they hare, why the said
accounts ebonld not be passed, and tbe said
Administrator be discharged from all farther re
sponsibility in this matter. Notice of this to be
given in tbe Ks Au Oeoa Newspaper for tbreo
weeks previous to said hearing-.
Kahua, (w.,) appeared as contestant.
The evidence of the witness Kulaipahu, (vr)
on behalf of tbe contestant, Xahua, is that
Kauhina (k.) and Xapeba (w.,) were the grand
parents of Mokn, deceased, and Xabnna, (w.,)
contestant ; tbat they had two daughters, Kapo,
tbe mother of Xahua, and Xawaapukana, tbo
mother of Moku, deceased; that witness knew
Kauhina and Xapeba, and tbat sho knew when
these two daughters Kapo and Xawaapukana,-
were born ; that Kauhina and Xapeba bad no
otber children, that witness knew them well
tbat she lived tri'; them at Ewa. The evidence
of the witness Keahiahi, (w.,) also for contestant
Xahua, shows exactly tbe same relationship, and
further tbat Kauhina and Xapeba bad a son
after Xawaapukana, the second daughter. Tbo
witness Kekuabi (w.,) only states that Mokn
deceased, was in the habit of calling Xahua
" Kaikawahine."
Tbe witness Ilaapu, (k.,) for tbe Administra-
tor, states tbat witness bos lived all his life
at Ewa and knew JUhoo living with his
mother Knwaakaubola at Ewa from childhood.
Oilikaheakulani (k.,) and Knabino (w.,) had tbreo
daughters : Kawaakauhola,thu mother of Mahoe
Puukaua and Opunui.
The evidence of Kaoi, for the Administrator,
is tbat Oilikaheakulani and Kuahine (whom
witness did not personally know,) had three
daughters, Kawaakanhola, Paukaaa and Opunui,
and ono son, Keaona. All these foar lived in
Koolan, and Opunui afterwards went to live at
Mokaleia. That Kawaakaubola wo3 tbe mother
of Maboe; I'uukaua, the mother of Mokn, de
ceased, and Opunui, tbe mother of Uka.
It appears further from the evidence given by
the same witness, Kaoi, at tbe hearing of tbe
petition for the granting of letters of admioistra
tion upon the Estate of Mokn, deceased, to Ma
boe, tbe petitioner, tbat Uka, tbe son of Opunui,
and cousin of Maboe, was present in court.
Tbe Court, after weighing tbe evidence, ordered
tnat Mahoe wa3 entitled to the remainder of the
property.
From this decision, Xahua appealed to tho
Supreme Court in I!anco.
Xo further evidence wa3 produced, and tbe
case was submitted without argument.
K. (j. Davis for the Appellant.
S. B. Dole for the Administrator.
OPIXIOX OF THE COORT, BY HARTWELL, J,
Appeal from the decision of Mr. Justice Wide-
raann in refusing to order Mahoe. Administrator
of tbe estate of Moka, deceased, on hearing for
allowance of his administration accounts and dis
cbarge 03 Administrator, to pay over the property
remaining in his hands to the appellant, Xahua,
claiming to be entitled thereto as heir.
Xo order wo3 nude upon the accounts and
discharge of the Administrator, and the petition
and of course the order of notice thereof do not
call for a decree of final distribution. Tbe Ap
pellate Court therefore have only to decide upon
the validity of Xahua's claim. Of this there
was conflicting evidence, but we think there was
sufficient evidence to sustain the finding of tbe
Courin rejecting this claim.
It may be observed that Maboe did not fil
bis inventory until more than a year after the
time required by tbe orders of Coutt, and that
there is no evidence that be published tbe stat
ute notice to creditors for four successive weeks.
Counsel should tee tbat their clients are well ad
vised on such points.
It is accordingly ordered, adjudged, and con
sidered by tbe Court tbat this appeal be and the
same hereby is dismissed, and that tbe said
Mahoe do have and recover costs from tbe said
Xahua.
Where Ik I) ninth ?
The following speech made in tlio
House of Kepresentatives at Washington
at the time the great subsidies and land
grants in aid of various railroad schemes
then before that body is one of the most
Indicrons and satiracal ever made any
where. 3Ir. Knott evidently saw that ar
gument would do no good against the
powerful influence brought to bear in fa
vor of these grants and resorted to ridi
cule:
The St. Croix and Lake Superior railroad bill
was up for discussion on Friday. Proctor Knott
had tbe floor, and in tbe following speech, which.
by all reports, was tbe richest and raciest heard
in Congress for years, be gives ns bis impressions
about Dululb, the proposed terminus for tbe biz
job now before tbe House :
Hence, as I bare said, sir, I was utterly at a
loss to determine where tbe terminus of this
great and indespensible road should be until I ac
cidentally overheard some gentlemen the otber
day mention tbe came of "Dnlalb." Great
laughter. Dnluthl Tbe word fell upon my ear
witb peculiar and indescribable charm, like the
gentle murmur of a low fountain stealing forth in
the midst of roses, or the soft, sweet accents of
an angel's witper in tbe bright, joyous dream of
sleeping innocecse. Duluthl Twos tbe name
for which my bob! bad, panted for years, aa tbe
heart paatetb for the water-brooks. Besewed
laughter.
But where was Bnlnth 7 Never, in my limited
reading, bad my vision been gladdened by seeing
tbe celestial word in print. Laughter. And I
felt a profs nader hsmHiatioa in my ignorance
that its dulcet syllables had never before ravish
ed my delighted ear. Roars of langhtcr.j I
was certain the draughtsman of this bill had
never beard of it, or it would have been desig
nated" as one of tbe termini of this road. 1 ask
ed my friends about it, but they knew nothing of
it. I rushed to tho Library and examined all tho
maps I could End. Laughter. 1 discovered in
one of them a delicate, hair-like line, diverging
from the Mississippi near a place marked Pres
cott, which I supposed was intended to represent
the river St. Croix, but I could nowhere find
Duluth.
Nevertheless; I was confident it existed some
where, and that its discovery would constitute
the crowning glory or the present century, if not
of all modern time.. Laughter. I knew it
was bound to exist In the very nature of things;
tbat the symmetry and perfection of our plane
tary system would be incomplete without it,
renewed laughter; that the elements of materi
al nature would long since have resolved them
selves back into original chaos if there had been
such a hiatus in creation as would havo resulted
from leaving out Duluth. Roars of laughter.
In fact, sir, I was overwhelmed with tho con
viction tbat Duluth not only existed somewhere,
but tbat wherever it was, it was a great and glo
rious place. I was convinced that the greatest
calamity that ever befell tbe benighted nations of
tho ancient world was in their having passed
away without a knowledge of the actual exist
ence of Duluth; that their fabled Atlantis, never
seen savo by the hallowed vision of inspired
poesy, was, in fact, but another name for Duluth;
tbat tbe golden orchard of the Hesperides was
but a poetical synonym for tbo beer-gardens in
the vicinity of Dulatb. Great laughter. I
was certain tbat Herodotus had died a misera
ble death because in all his travels and with all
his geographical research be bad never beard o
Duluth. Laughter. I knew that if tho im.
mortal spirit of Homer could look down from an
other heaven than tbat created by his own celes
tial genius upon tbe long lines of pilgrims from
every cation of tho earth to the gashing fountain
of poesy opened by the touch of bis magic wand;
if be could bo permitted to behold the vast as
semblage of grand and glorious productions of
lyric art called into being by Lis own inspired
strains, be would weep tears or bitter anguish
that instead of lavishing all tbe stores of bis
mighty genius upon tbe fall of llion it bad not
been his more blessed lot to crystallizo in death
less song tbe rising glories of Duluth. Great
and continued laughter.
Yet, sir, had it not been for this map, kindly
furnished me by tho Legislature of Minnesota, I
might have gone down to my obscure and hum
ble grave in an agony of despair, because I could
nowhere find Dulatb. Renewed laughter. Had
such been my melancholy fate, I have co doubt
tbat with tbe last feeblo pulsation of my break
ing heart, witb tbe last faint oxbaltation of my"
fleeting-breath, I should have wispered, " Where
is Duluth?" Roars of laughter.
But, thanks to tbe beneficence of that land of
ministering angels who have their bright abodes
in the- far-off capital of Minnesota, just as tbe
agony of my anxiety wa3 about to culminate in
the frenzy of despair, this blessed map was placed
in my hands ; and as I unfolded it a resplendent
scene of ineffable glory opened before me, such
as 1 imagine burst upon tho enraptured vision of
tbe wandering Peri through the opening gates of
paradise. Renewed laughter. There, there
for tbe Er3t time, my enchanted eye rested upon
the ravishing word "Duluth."
This map, sir, is intended, as it appears from
it3 title, to illustrate tbe position of Duluth in
tbe United States ; but if gentlemen will examine
it, I think they will concur with mo in tbe opin
tbat it is far too modest in its pretentions. It
not only illustrates the position of Duluth in tbe
United States, but exhibits its relations with all
created things. It even goes further than this.
It lifts the shadowy veil of futurity and affords
us a view of the golden prospects of Duluth far
along the dim vista of ages to come.
If gentlemen will examino it thoy will find
Duluth not only in tbe centre of tbe map, bat
represented in tho centre of a series of concent
ric circles one hundred miles apart, and somo of
them as much as four thousand miles in diameter,
embracing alike in tbeir tremendous sweep tbe
fragrant savannas of the sun-lit South and eter
nal solitudes of snow that mantle the ice-bonnd
Xortb. Laughter. How these circles were
produced is perhaps one of thoso primordial mys
teries that the most skillful paleologist will never
be able to explain. Renewed laughter. But
the fact is, sir, Dulutb is pre-eminently a central
place, for I am told by gentlemen who have been
30 reckless of tbeir own personal safety as to
venture away into those awful regions where
Duluth 13 supposed to bo tbat it is so exactly in
tba centre of the risible nnirerso that tbo sky
comes down at precisely tba same distance all
around it. Roars of laughter.
I find by reference to this map that Dulatb is
situated somewhf re near tba western end of Lake
Superior, but as there is no dot or other mark in
dicasing its exact location I am unable to say
whether it is actually confined to any particular
spot, or whether" it u just lying around there
loose." Renewed laughter. I really cannot
tell whether it is one of those eternal creations
of intellectual frost-work, mora Intangible than
tbe rose-tinted clouds of a summer sun-set; one
of those airy exhalations of the speculator's
brain, which I am told are ever flitting in tho
form of towns and cities along these lines of
railroad, built with Government subsidies, luring
unwary settlers as tbe mirage of tbe desert lures
tbe famishing traveller on, and ever on, until it
fades away in tbe darkening horizon, or whether
it is a realr&ona file, substantial city, all " staked
off," witb tbe lots all marked with their owner's
names, like tbat proud commercial metropolis re
cently discovered on desirable shores of San Do
mingo. Laughter. But, however tbat may be,
I am satisfied that Dulutb is there, or thereabout,
for I see it stated here on this map tbat it Is ex
actly thirty nine hundred and ninety miles from
Liverpool, laughter; thoozh I bare do doubt,
for tbe sake of convenience, it will be moved
back ten miles, so as to make the distance an
even four thousand. Renewed laughter.
Then; sir; there if tbe clirsavte of DsMh, ce
questionably the Boet twlubrioad asd uUiightfwl
to bo found anywhere on the Lord's earUtT Now,
I bare always been under tba impression, as I
presume ctber gentlemen bare, tbat In the region
around Lake Superior it was cold enough for at
least nins months in the year to ,Creese a smoke-
stack off a locomotive. Great laughter. Sot.
I see it represented on this nap thai Duluth S
situated half way between Paris and Venice, so
that gentlemen who have 'inhaled tho exhilerat-
ing airs of one or basked in tba golden sunlight
of the other, may .see at a glance that Dulatb,
must bo a place of untold delight, laughter, a
terrestial paradise, fanned by the balmy zephyrs
of an eternal spring, clothed in the gorgeous
sheen of ever-blooming Sowers, and vocal with
tho silvery melody of natures choicest songsters.
Laughter. In fact, sir, since I hare seen this
map I have no doubt that Byron was vainly en
deavoring to convey soma faint conception of
tbo dellicions charms of Dulutb, when his poetic
spirit gushed forth in the rippling strains of that
beautiful rhapsody
"Know ye'lh.lenarjrTnwvw sm
Here the hammer fell.
Many cries : "Go on I" "Go on V
The Speaker. Is there objection to the gen
tleman from Kentucky continuing bis remarks ?
The Chair hears cone. Tbo gentleman will
proceed.
xr t . l t i - -jSA. - " - -
-nr. n.uuii x was rcmarKiug, air, upon mcso
vast " wheat fields " represented on this map in
the immediate neighborhood of tbe "buffaloes and
l'iegansr, and was about to say that the idea of
tbcro being these immenso wheat fields in tba
very heart of a wilderness, hundreds and hun
dreds of miles beyond the utmost rcrge of civili
zation, may appear to somo gentlemen as rather
incongruous, as rather too great a strain on tha
"blankets"' of veracity. But to my.mind there
is no difficulty in the matter whatever. The)
phenomenon is very easily accounted for. It is
evident, sir, tbat tbe Picgans sowed that wheat
there and plowed it with buffalo bulls. Great
laughter. Xow, sir, this fortunate combination
of buffaloes and Piegans, considering their rela
tive position to each other and to Dulatb, as
they uro arranged on this map, satisfies me
that Duluth is destined to be tbe beef market of
tbe world.
Hero, you will observe, pointing to the map.
are the buffaloes, directly between tho Piejrans
and Dulatb, and here, right on the road to Dul
atb, are tba Creeks. Now, air, when tbe Buf
faloes aro sufficiently fat from grazing on these
immense wheat fields yon see it will be tbe easi
est thing in tho world for the Piegans to drive
them on down, stay all night with their friends,
the Creeks, and go into Duluth in tho morning.
Great laughter. I think I see them cow, sir,
a vast heard of baffalocs, with tbeir beads down,
their eyes glaring, their nostrils dttated, their
tongues out, and tbeir tails curled over their
backs, tearing down towards Dulutb, with about
a thousand Picgans on tbeir grass-bellied ponie.
yelling at their heels! Great laughter. On
thoy come 1 And as they sweep past the Creeks
they join in the chase, and away they all go,
yelling, bellowing, ripping and tearing along,
amid clouds of dust, until tbo last batfalo is safe
ly penned in tbe stock-yards of Dulatb I (Shouts
of laughter.)
Sir, I might stand here for hours and hours and
expatiate with rapturo npon the gorgeous pros
pects of Duluth as depicted upon this map. Bat
human life is too short and tbe time of this Hoaso
far too valuable to allow mo to linger loeger upon
the delightful theme." Laughter. I think every
gentleman on this floor is as well satisfied as I am
that Dulutb is destiued to become the oemmr
cial metropolis of tbo univerw, and that this road
should be built at once. I am fully persuaded
that no patriotic Representative of tbe American
people who has a proper appreciation of tho asso
ciated glories of Duluth and tbe St. Croix, will
hesitate a moment to say tbat ei pry able-bodied
female in the land between the ije of eighteen
and forty-five who is in favor of " women's rights "
should bo drafted and set to work apon this great
work witbont delay. Roars of lanj-bter. Never
theless, sir, it griores my very soul to be compelled
to say tbat I cannot vote for the giant of land?
provided for in this bill.
Ah I sir, yon can have no coneeptien of tbo
poignancy of my anguished tbat I am deprived of
that blessed privilege. Laughter. There ar
two insuperablo obstacles in the way. In the
first place my constituents, for whom I am acting
here, have no moro interest in this road than tbey
bavo in the great question of culinary taste now
perhaps agitating tho public mind of Dominica, as
to whether tbo illustrious commissioners who re
cently left this capital for that free and enlight
ened republic would ba better fricassed, boiled or
roasted, (great laughter;) and in tbe second
place these lands, which I am asked to give away,
alas, aro not mino to bestow ! Air relation to
them is simply that of trastco to an express trout.
And shall I erer bestow tbat trust f Nercr sir!
Rather perish Duluth ! (Shoots of laughter.)
Perish tbe paragon of cities 1 Rather let !he
cyclones of the bleak coitbwest bury It forever
beneath the eddying sands of the raging SL Croix.
(Great laughter.)
How Raix is toemed. To understand tho
philosophy of tbis phenomenon, essential to tbo
very existence of plants and animals, a few facts.
derived from observation and a long train of ex
periments, must be remembered. Were tho at
mosphere, at all times, of a uniform temperature,
we should never bare rain, bail or snow. Tha,
water absorbed by it in evaporation from tha tes
and earth's1 surface would descend in an impend
ble vapor, or ceato to be absorbed by tbe air
when it was fully saturated. Tba absorbing
power of tbe atmosphere, and consequently its
capacity to retain humidity, is proportionately
greater In cold than in warm air. ThoTSir near
tbe surface of the earth U warmer than it is in
tbe region of tbo clouds.
Tbe higher we ascend Ina tho earth, tha
colder we find the atmoiphera. Hence the per
petaal snow on very lu'gb mountains, in the very
hottest climates. Now, when, from evaporation,
tbe air is highly saturated with vapor 'ioogh it
be Invisible if its temperature is suddenly re
duced by cold current descendino; from above, or
rasbisg from a higher to a tower latitude, iU ca
pacity to retain moisture is diminished, clouds
are formed, and tha result if rais. Air condense
an it cools, and, like a sponge filled witb water
and compreued, pours out water which its
diminished capacity can not bold. How lingular,
yet how simple, is tbe arraaremeot for watering
tbe earth L-Scienlilc American.
Ax old asTfieaskwsai Usjosjk !h
mosenkr atVol of (atsi;irif; fei!y. St
ing remonstrated with by the paotor fer set
"bricging np" Mi beyi m be tfceeU, s raeial :
" I duuao 'ow 'Us. sir; lord 'eea down te (any
eight and morafn, aad when they wont go-down
I knock 'em down ted yet they ain't good P

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