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aar BMekataM VeHtTi&s, as a feaenl lam, that
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a) tjanias 'B f tB prtaaipil itmU, Btr
taaif caif wait aigat hire arerei a ieriaa ae
iliaC At tee vat ittp ffeg fraa tie rWewalk aa
exfree ipa wu f auia; ttqr cW'c t ber wata aee
af tae aie3 -aaeeli css eff thr axie. aad sail it net
fcm far a iiMta f pri3 5 aa ar put, ae waaM eer
tuaiy a&ve aattaiaej a term, if Bt a leriaai iajary.
Taia m sat th trrt Vmt tait peaeitriau Bate bm
witt aiaaiiar afeapei br alrirm af Teaidei aeepia;
Wsac ta-Ma& iarirad ef tiVing tae xaHdie af
A bTTBB CarnTB. Praia the'eSeer ef a -tMjel
aaw ia wart, rtttatiy fitvaa ta 5a4, aa4 waa wis
af tae Vareet Kiag t tae titue i ie wai laat, ve
tae JaUawiag : Dariag tbair uj at tae Iaaiaa
avire at 3xrtAtr Saaad. tase af tbe art w aetieet a
bob white girt ia oae af the hati. The Iaeibai. ta
amia the eaiU heavg eea hr the Mraagen aAer
warat hid her, aa4 rhe waj set eea br asj of thea
agaia aanaf their tUr at the Tillage. The chad u
ahaat fix Taan aH. aaal ll thaaght ta be e af the
ahihirea wha were aa baard a baxk which wac wreck
ed aaar Barebj Saoad abaat twa rean age, the eap
taaB bariat; hb hareo baard at the Ubm. Tbeaa-
at Vietarn hare takes aeajare ta teeare
af the chad.
Wi trare aatbed far tee part few 4ef i that the pe
tal have heea extubing their A ill with the buaa ea
tba awaaeaaaaaWga.abaat the ;Ueei that haic bean M
aadtoswaate ta hare a 4vcre, er, tf baTisg
avaara, than wha bare aat prariaed theea with tag
Xaaahat ef taah aafartaBatae hare baea aawilliBglT
aaaeahad ita exeeatb. aad we bwagiae that we
aaa iiit ilraaiT. a failiag at ia the aaaaber af
aaif-teraaBag ran which hare SttmtAr tajbttcd aar
. Mf the aaakj af busj that fpart tagi asd
bbm Bsder the prattattan ef the h, we are io
ta belbee that after alt the tewa wiH eeactBae
ta be hrfaatad br aaailiaa rerj ardta&rr aad Baaagr-
A StMaBBBABLc " saXL." A BaatbeT af persoai
wart Baeet ainaiadlj" ' hU " aa We4aeedaf et esisg
hut. Ia the aarir part af the ereaiag, twa reperU
werehad, wWeh aaaadtd tike gasi ired froai a
t mil at tee- A raster bariag bees ia ebeoJaties
dariac the day that the fnt vteaeeer af the saw Aaj
tnhar liae waald prebahlr arrbe aext Buraiag, led
ataar ta fapaote that the reil wu eabale. Is a
ear sheet bbm, a hat af persea ainmbled os
the eaaaaaade, aad after waidag there a ceasaderaMe
thBe, retaraed heaae, thiakiag the reeael had (toed
eatt ta ea far the Bight. Is the Baraiag. k waa aa
airtiiaid tttat the raperb, wherh teaadeii ie Btaeh
ha tbaae af a gaa, were eeeatieat i b; fea experi
BMBti wUah were beiag aaade a thart itfcUBee frem
twa with expleibe autefiab, that bare beea aaaas.
faataud far taiatiag parpeeea at the eoaiisg peace
cbobs Butii. Tire Terr laddaa deathf hare
withal a few 4mjs. The perseaa bath ap-
paaBad ta he ha aarieet health whaVe walkhag aicag,
aad wha M dead, aareatrj- wkfeeat the kaet wara
hag. The fint a lean el as Beretaaia street, as Taes
daf faraaeem af last weak. A Kiddle-aged satire
aaas was eat erred br eec persees la fait dewa in
the atreet aa if is a it. Thej west ta hb aeebUaee,
awl aa Tiaahiag kisa, feaad that late was exttaet.
8af ft bads were feat far, wha aaaae aad teak charge
ef the bade. Oa Satardar afUraaec aaether Battre,
at Aaaa a thart ilbtaaee bejvad Srakk'f bridge
while geveg heme, was teee te ttagger a short db
Tir aadjaal dawa. Seeae Batiret wha were eeeaiag
alaag balriad hbt, thiakiag the mas was draak, ttep
pad ta raft hiax wp. bat focad that he was aaite dead.
Bath deaths were lappa red t be frem heart dieease.
Wi BOtice a Aac esgiae bcisg taade at the Iloac
lals Iron Worlu tor the WaikapB Ptaatatloa. It ii
sac of th hMgait etaraaeVe is the caentrr beiagof
St hocte power. Sercral Tacaaa pane bare bees
aaade at the above cUbttiameat, recatrttf, which
have pro red to be eqatal to as; which bare beea im
ported iroat the workabops of Earope or the U sited
Stataa. Aad they eas be Baade here as cheap as the j
caa BaitBBOrted. Aside rrB the BeeeKitf of f ap
portaac; a tret cJbm aaachiae shop Hke the Hooolaia
Iroa. Warki, to aaeet ctacieuLiet, it iboald be the
datf af aX whoee iaterestc lie ia tMs etma
ttytoaappott hoaae MBOStctaras and iadBttrres,
Bartfa-ararty when it caa be done with bo raerttce.
We tattsafoit trart that the Iroa WwLt W bepat
loahad hr Bteslen and etheri reajairise: aatWeerr,
panicaiarir, as, whea taUac; all ttdags la to eoeetder
atioa, work dooe there b ret aaa thai tocnargee,
a that doae aar where eke and here they hare
mbm oae at bead who k reapotKible.
Tas Ticraau. Sssu. A phut af thb trair rasg
sdtaaat watar-lily, Btaj be expected here br the next
Aaatrafaaa rttaaier. Its istrsdaesiaa here wB be
thrsagh the geaeroaiiT aad ingaaaee af Mr. Plaata,
a gaatlaaias reaeatir fltiu AaatraBa. Oar learaisg
isam man ilcct jadrej that it wasVl thrire weH
is fhaf lilai lie, he wrate ta friasds ia AastraBa, re
iaaslaejL Iham ta ptaeare see ta be teat here. Br
iaat aastt, adihitt were reeeired br him, ttatiBg that
a Mrarailj traisad plaat af the jay weald be for
warded ta aha tasahty packed aad its carriage fraak
ai, ta teasre its tale arriTal. The Vsetaria
Bagia.'' wBeaft k eadtubtadly oae aT the greatest
was San af the writable kiagdoas, b a satire of the
Aaaaeawi, aad eeet the Aittiraliaas apwardt af ioyHt
a be port aad xaitc it by aitiltiil raani. It Is a
ibmbIii fast, that althaagh the dbaaeerers af thb
Wr saaaad rt sbe Vrecaria Rogisa, ia baaar ef Btr
aisjstty the Oases af EagUad, aUsatt jaastadiately
afaMwardt, aad erar riati, the saaae has bees alter
ed ta tka.' Vfcearia Bests,'' aad the aau at t are
ta tab day aaawara af the eaase. A dneriptba of rt
wiH be girea after its arriVaL
Taa aew Poet Office baBtrfat? becacr eaesaeetcd,
the PottBaaitir Geaeral jcileicU j reawed hb oflke
fn ta t!w old bedatta tato the bcr-. The aew Fot
OtBee bealdlBC b boOt of ceaerele, aad b o of the
taeaasojBdiBEf is BoootBlB; rcsxtfcrcwt aUke
oa the haabler, Mr. J. G. Oiborsc, vbo hu per
fbroicdbb vrotk is a raott faHhfat Btaaaer, aad spon
thoae who hare saaacarated the crecUoa of fasild
ban of tab salcrW hers. It b trae that at the coa-
of the erceHos of thb baBtrtag, taasy.
erfth the properties ot the raitcrbl
ibeBafs is U Hi adaptahiWyr bet 11
baBeliy has progTeaaed, oae by one they tare
eeaaged their ariodt, T.oil the vlMie cocneaitT
here eorae to taiai: that the beiUiag is cot orJj
auda of oae ef the Tery beat raiterbli for this eli
TBate, bat to arehttectsre b as orsitaettt to the
place. It b to ba boped that other pabHc bcOdiap
aoos to be '.rested wist tcstxla the chuatter of the
artiteet aad bcrfcJer, n&Ich they hare earned is
The oM Poet OSce bad been occupied for that
Berpeee sp to the titae of rearonl, Tcsterday, tioce
Marcel itk, 1554, a pcrkd c f a HU(e otct 17 yean,
darts: wMei tlrae, H. M.- WUtocy, Joseph Jackaos,
A. E. Clark, D. RabkaBX, and A. P. Brickwood
hare held the oSee of Poatuiirter, in the order jir-
Frera ISIS to 1S50, the tfcen Collector Oeaenl
acted ai Pettnuster for the dbtribation of inter
bliBd kUers. In theSprre- of ISSOMr. Whitney
petitioaed tte GorersEttat to alloir Lira to opes a
Poet OCee, irhScii petition wis printed ; ihortlj
after which Urae, te fitted span cCce. ia the old
IWjttain oScc (aitcatcd where the aew FottOEcc
bow studs), frcra lgcc U wiSjrrxsoTefojltnT
Ta.it5G AxrixaciT. There are a aarabet ef
yeaag loafers who haag areaad certala places of aa
ereaiag aad taake thensrelres cenipicaeos, greatly to
the disgcit; aad "aaneyacee ef rtsj ectaWe perttas
passiag. OaSatardaytreaiag,ferachaogeof araare
ment. a crowd of them gathered ia front ef a Chinese
trait store ea Xaaaaa Street, terne pretending to
raake aa larestraeat with the celestial, while the others !
raaJe a raid ea his iteck, aad coeaaiittiag other acts
of annoyance. A gentleman fusing op the street,
gare isfansaUta ta a poSctsan oa tit next corner,
bat before he eesU arrire the boys took ta their heels,
each ptekisg op seese fruit, which they retaraed tba-
alttseoasly to the Chinaman, as a parting shot. j
Os Tharsday and Friday of last week the regular j
term examinatba was herd at the Panahoa SehooL ,
The exercises were interesting aad shewed ceniidera- 1
bte adranre oa the part of the scntlars. perfectien as
nearly as possible icemel ta hare beea attained ia the
higher branches of mathematics, ia history aad pay
lotephy, bat the most plratiag featare ef the twadays
was the progress obserrable ia etocatieairy branches. 1
The reading was rery ne aad expressire. At the
close of Friday's exasaiaatkn. Master Ileary roor
stepped aatcpon the platform and with a ftw appro-
priate remark! presented to President Alexander, far
the beys a Tery handsome gold pencil with holder 1 he
was feUewed by Mus Sarah Feircc. with two beaaU
falbovBd recsmes of the "Land and the Book," a
gift from the yeaag ladies to the President. Mr.
Alexander was taken completely by sarprise and for
a raooBeat coald make aa reply. He then thanked
the doaors far their kiadaess aad good wHI aad with
a few eseancntrataarks, reriewed the history of the
mitbatbn trace hb eenaectMn. both as a scholar and
a tsather. lib remarks inciting to earnest efforts aad
a noble life were a Citing close te his career as Presi
dent. He wHI seen begin apea the surrey of import
ant paints aboat the groap, perparatery to the great
work of which he has charge. We understand that
the Paaahoa School will be continued far the present
cader the care ef Professor Chareh.
Masses. J rr A Lattox are caw ia receipt of the
best qaalrties of Japaaese and Chinese teas, imported
expresely from those countries fir them. See adrcr
tbemeat. A Cass er Prrairacrios. T. Potter, of the town
of Iarboa, has just erected a handsome monument
as hb lot in Pise Croie Cemetery, and had the re
rnaisi of hb father, twa sisters-in-law, a brother aad
a nephew reeaored from the farm ta the Cemetery,
recently. The father bad beea baried oter thirty
years, the nephew, fifteen. On opening theraves,
ail the eeates bat one were found to be perfectly
seued and lytsg In water, which was straek a consii
erabie titae before the cofias were reached. The
iaMer being too heary for remoral, were left undis
turbed, bet oa rabiag the remains te place them in
proper receptacles for re-interment, it was found that
the body of Mr. Potter's father was completely petri
fied from the seek to berow the hips, presenting the
aapearaaee ef a perfectly sculptured gray stone statue,
aad retaining the same sharp ring ef stone when
taaebad with the shorei. The head and lower limbs
bad undergone the csual changes, but the arms and
hands, which were fa Wed as his breast, retained their
wonted position and form, and were also of sttne.
Mr. Potter was 47 years old at the time of his death,
aad was a man of fell, stoat appearance, whbh hu
body itrtl presents. I. W. Patter informs us that bis
nephew's grare was net as deep the others, and that
tbesgk he had been the last interred, his ceffin was
estirely decayed. HWccnac UiUtrm.
TiaitAscz or Gebjcj.3 ScxruELs. RasseU, in
one of his letters to the London TVswt, thus notbes
the extreme rigtlaoee of the Gerraan seotinets around
Parb : They are suspbious of erery oae not ia a
Germaa uniform. The next best thing to not being
ia milUmirt a ta be en honebaek, if with a military
bridb and saddle, all the better. If they challenge
a oirifiaH, whbh they do almost iorariahiy whea you
are esterieg a Tillage, noihiag short of a pass from
the Grosses Uadpt Qaartier Seiner Majestat des Kon
igs, or one from the headquarters ef the army in
whose Haes yea are trareltiBg, wHI araH you. After
nightfall, they make ready aad rabe their ueedte-guu
breast high beftre shoatisg "Haiti" To adTacce
aaether step would be to seal year fate, if you had
all the wrktea permits in the workl. To pass a post
at eight, yea mast either hare " the word," or be
kaowa te the seatiaeb, or be accompaoiod by some
oee who b kBown to them. There are two sentinels
at erery post. Eren if yea knew the pass-word,
there b cossiderahle risk ia trusting to it should you
speak German with a foreign accent. This is the
efieieB ef officers, and accordingly they are consid
erate eaoagh to send aa orderly with any foreigner
who has legitimate occasion to go by post at night.
Thb prompt rigaanee on the part of these soldiers,
arises solely from a disciplined sense ef doty, far bet
ter fellows there cannot be to a stranger when they
ad he b not aa eaeray, and they are respectful and
obliging. They wilt come to year aid ta a difficulty,
aad after considerable experience among them, I bare
nerer known one of them who was not ready to ren
der a serTiee without, to all appearance, any inten
tion of seeking a reward ftr their eiritOty. A smoke
b the all comforting solace of a German soldier's ex
bteaee. I hare been on the lookout to dbeOTcr one
of them, when not on duty or eatiag, without a pipe
or cigar in bb mouth. IVhts I do, I iblll make a
note of it. To heJp their teeth in sop parting soeh a
weight, many ef them hare a cord round their neck,
U which b attached their heary double pipe of china
or earred wood.
EXTtlOEDISiUT Bcak AT BlIXIlEDS. On Sator
day last, at L Jame's UtH, while W.Cook, Jan.,
asd J sseptr Bessett' (champion) were efrsraged Id one
of their weekly exibitfon matches, Cook outdid ill
previous performances with the cue. The follow
ing are the particulars : The came was 1,000 np.
Early in the srame. Coot made breaks of 00, Si, and
10S, when the score was called Cook 3S0 to Ben
nett SIS. Coot then bad to play, and won the game
oaf the balls. From 350 he cot try all round play to
388. He then obtained position for bis fivourite
spot stroke, asd made 37 spot-1, brinaiog hfm to 501.
lie toes lest the (pot, but continued to play an all
round game, scoriae; n"p to Hit, wben be bad the
spot iraia, and made S3 consecutive hazards, bis to
tal now bcisg TV1 At TCG there was an interral for
refreshments. On returning he made the eighty
fifth spot, thes added 9 by all round ptoy, asd at
SOS cot the spot a?tin. Be then made trl'more eon
tecatlTe spots, briagiBg" him to 1,000, witch won
tt gaiBC, with an unguis bed break of Co0. Beisg
reiactcd to finieh the break, he made 34 more spots
wlen he broke down. The total break was 732,
aad .tae total number or spots 220. He scored the
1,030 fa otle hoer " mtontes, ranch the fastest on
record, and in all he made 1.18S points in one boor
H minutes. The break (753) has nercr been equal
led at the EoIlih game, the nearest approach to It
being Cook's own break of 513 at Swansea. It is
more than twice as larce as the largest break erer
raade by any other player Tit, 346 points, by Ro
berta, sec. tome years ago. London HaX.
THREE Cylindrical Tanks, I -4th inch plate.
Capacity cf each. 1U4 calkins. For sale by the
10- HOSOLSLC IP.0.V WORKS CO.
LD CAST IRON. 1-2 to 1 cent win be
riven, according to quality, by the
it- hosolclt: ibon works co.
"VJOTICE.--iVb,ereas proper application
hat teen cade to the undersigned by Keaka,
(w.) for the settlement ef the boundaries of Makaai
kahis I-, situated in the District of Kehala, Island of
Hawaii, 3d J. C, notice is hereby given to all parties
interested ia tte boundaries of the said lead, that
FBIDAT. the Hit of April. A. D. 1:71, at 10 o'clock
A. 21., is the day and htur appoiutoi for the settle
ment ef the said boundaries, at the Court House la
Walaca, Soath Eohala.
P.. A. LTMAS,
Boundary Carsaissicner, 3d Jul. Cire't.
II Ho. Hawaii. March li. 1871. 10-3t
"VfOTICE is hereby ciren to all parties
J interested ia the settlement of the boundaries
cf the lands cf Kaapahu. and of half of Malaaahae,
la the District of Uamakua, and of Kealahcwa ii,
asd of Paaepa. situated ia the district of X irth Ko
hala, thatJIOXDAT. the 17th day cf April. 1671, at
10 o'clock A. If., is the time set for the tettlemect
of the boundaries of said lasdl, at the Court House I
Busndary CocsmusXcxer, 3d JaJ. Cire't- j
nito'Hawaii3Iarcbii,'lS7If ' ' lilt
A BoncsT.ToaBE Rlrl, wonndedjon the plain of St,
Denis, tWslde of Paris, TftaieccnUybrouEht Into
the hospital Dubois. Amputation wat Judged crccs
eary. She bad been In the habit of taking copies of
the StcU and the tYaiKt rrgnUrly to the Prussian
outposts; for which the pot three ted Napoleons
down In ready coin, and wu woncded while In this
Wniuc arracglnj the prlrate papers of Napoleon
In Paris, It Is reported that the persona charged
with that duty dUcoTcrcd an immense number of
documents, essays, Ac, upon the life and times of
Caesar, which had been furnished to the Emperor
Ntpolron, for his "life of Caesar," by eminent
archaeologists and scholars of France, England and
Italy, and from which the Emperor "wrote" his
Some of the foot passengers oa the Cambridge
(Mass.,) horse railroad were good natnrcdly chaffing
the Toluminous conductor of a car, as he Insinuated
his burly form among them to collect their fares. "If
the company Insists upon our standing," said one,
" we shall have to insist npon their employing small
er conductors." " They'd hare hard work to Cod one
that feels smaller thaa I do," replied the badgered
Old lis. Stearns, of New London, ta Ms lat
ter Tears, kept a dreg store. A. gentleman one
day purchased a cigar of the doctor, and lighting
it began to smoke. " Please do not smoke
in the store," said Dr. Stearns, politely, " it is
against oar role," Bat yon sell cigars." replied
the genUeraarh-- sell 'era to smoke, don't joni"
" Yes, sir, we sell cigars," answered the doctor, a
little sharply, " and we sell physic ; bat we don't
allow it to operate in the store."
Is lioootalo, 00 Mootby leninr. Mirth 20th, Amos. 5.
Cook aged Cljears.
Axoa. 2. Odoxx, Just deceased, watcrnlnIanary,Ccna,
to 1S20, the sea tfpiocs parrots ef the highest refpeeUUlil
ty; bb ancestors were aiaosxst the tattlers of tbo place.
VTbea joanfc ba antes ed a store ia bb attire lows, and after
a season weal to New Tork, wbere bo was a book keepT in
the Urge coco mission boose of TmKasoa and Booth la frost
Street, tsrteTeral yetra. lib eairbyen were both pious,
excetleBt men, and here ho Cnt tnd that Saviour of whom
be had beea taught In bb chiMUxd, and iaunedUtely united
with tho Prebyterbu Chareh under the care of Rer. II. 0.
Ladton, from which ho and a neater of ethers tubonratBtly
ceioetzed to tVrm aaether church, to whkh they called that
ektieent aod devoted man, Ber. Dr. Lansing, with which he
raaletained hb coanecUoa til! ho came to the llawaUaa
Islands, lie was one of the few, who, from a tenve of doty,
remained at bb post whea 'tw York was first vUitedby
that terror and scourge, the cholera, ia 1S32. He finally left
his pewitfeo la Xew Tork, tor whkh he wat well adapted
and where ho was highly appreciated and cetcemed, to itnJr
fjr the ministry, bet bebre ho had completed hU studies, aa
orgeat call from the A. II. C F. M. for toachers for these
Isbsds, led hua to finally select ttds calling acdl field of la
bor as bb work. lie sailed from Boston Dec 14th, ISM, aod
reached here April 9lh, 153?. Xo man was erer more In
earnest ia hb calling than was 31. Cocke, and none mors ro
strumeBtal than ho dariog the voyage In bringing about
that ehaogo In the Captain, second mate and crew, wtdeh led
these officers aod several of the men on their arrival here to
unite Ibeetsolves with the Mbsbu Church under the pasto
ral cart of the IUv. Hiram Bingham.
Whea the General Meeting assembled, he and his excellent
wHe were selecied to take charge efths Royal School, then.
about to be estaofbbed, aad tno tuteequent experience of
twelve years proved that no better selection could have been
made. Ia this Christian fiatly, the present and bta Elsg,
and neajly ail tha ncbies cf the realm found a ChriitUa home
and lostraclson through the period cf their youth, which
boeaa and iostruction I beUeve to be remembered with gra-
tHod by them all.
In lStt, Ur. IlalL cue of the agenb cf the mission, being
appointed editor of the TUyutian newspaper,. Mr.
Ceoko, wac bad received a mercaatne education suitable for
the petition, was called to act as agent for the mil, ion. Ia
1M1, In consequence of the transition state of the Board's
work at the Islands, asd at its request, took hb dismission
frem tae Boards serrice aad aided In estabebbisg the merran
lib boost of Castb k Cook, with which ha remained connect"
ed tOI tho timo of hu death, though the etate of his
health lor a few yeart past has disabled him for active boss.
IbISM, as the orgiabaUouofthe IVrt Street Church, he
was eboaea Its first deacoo, in which capacity he continued to
serTO as toog as hb Luling health lasted.
For the warmth and earnestnies, and stahmty ef hb zeal.
he has had few equals. As a merchant and as a Christaln be
was kaowa and highly esteesied here for many years, as well
as a Missioaary teacher and principal cf the Royal School-
He leavoa a wido crrcb of friends who will bear tost! awoy to
bis purity, sitaplo-mtadedness, and upright honorable charae"
Board of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will
be held at the Court House, on Thursday March 23d,
at 12 v.
ml8 It Per Order. F. A. SCUAEFER, Sce'y.
HE HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
MAKE ALL KIXDS OP
.JACIIISEIIT, STEAM KSGI.VES,"
Sugar ytllls, tVlnil 31111s,
Vacuum Pant, Clarltierl, '
Tanks, Smoke Stacks,
And all kinds of hear' Sheet Iron Work
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND LEAD,
M.U t orderuHl particular Attcntkn -&I4 to
Anthracite, Cnnbsrland and - Soft Coal,
Oa hand and for sale. Also,
Talves. Cocks, aad Bran Work cf all kinds.
Centriftcal VTlre Cloths, of various raeshea.
flax Packing, Rabeer packln: aad belting.
J ' 1 Pipus, Elbows, Tees, Bends, XiPCles, 1c.
Steam aad Wtter Ganea,
Borier Tubing, various sizes,
caaftiag. Bar, Piatt ad A Dels Iron.
Pi j Iron kr Laliast, crap Irueu
Snts, Boltif Washert,RIveta.
FIRE CUY, FULL ASSORTMENT OF STEEL
ItfEWand SECOND HAND MACHINERY,
XTuVJckeriiKp, 1 flz4 Sew Mfll.
" 1 Eat-fl fixed 5aLr Mill tr caitc prw, paml hind,
1 HomoeUl Stoaa Esriw. 19x1a. tcoa tiad.
2 urMtjoy Wavli tor running cramcsU, -ritll SO lVtt
1 EflfltnaT do mm appvxtiu, foe txlkrir,
1 Cpric-t &Hr, S Wm porer.
1 SeiB ToboUr BaH.er, S ton poirer,
A. 11. -Sabring' and Wood lVork
EIECCTXI) TO OEDEB, i
Ter which th Iroa Worlu Lara - qiiiutixI tadlltie.
ALEXANDER TODG, Muiar.
Richards' Street, Honolulu.
IS PURSUANCE of an Order issued ont
af tht Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands, by
Hon. A. S. HartweH. Vice Chancellor, on the 17th
day ef March. A. D. 1571. the naderiiaed.'Admin
iitrator of the Estate of Her lfaiestT. II. K- KAPA.
' EUHAILX the late. Queen Dowager, deceased, will
came to be told at public auction on
1 Tharsday, Ibe 13th Daj of April Xeit,
Honolala, at 12 o'clock, toon, all the in
right, title and inter1-f the heirs of .EL
said deceased, ia and ta all u.at Lot of Land, situat
ed on Richards' Street. Honolala, whkh lot adjoins
the "Sumner Premises," and is knows as the "John
Yms5 Premises," asd ll described In Boyal Patcat
So. Thirteea. and contains Six Handred and Forty
sercn sqnart fathoms. The lot measures One Hun
dred asd Twenty-three feet ea Richards' Street, aad
it One Hundred and Sixty-elrht feet in depth. There
is a larjt Dwtllisr Hauls oa the presaijej, costaia
inj five rooat. aad ether aeteiiiry boHdiafi. ""
S3z,lat farther tiartiealirs apply to
f--' J. W. ATJSTIS,
or' a kahakta;
Admhittrators cf the Her Majesty
S . B. K- Kapakciaili, Qseea Dsw-
Honolala, March 2, 1S7U 10-tt
Piiin or Da. LtTisasrovr.. The death of thlt
great and world-renowneJ African traveler ll once
more reported; this time from Potehefstroom, and
apparrnely oa good authority. Mr. E. Farty, who
arrived at 'atal from tho aboro town. Informs us
(.Vasal rritnj,) that a regular pojt has recently beta
tttablished by tho Porturuese Governor, now at rot
chefstroom, to Quilllmane (Motambiuue.) and that
by this post Utters hare beea recercd stating for a
fact that Livingstone is bo more; that news of hit
death has reached Zamibar. Sir Roderick Murehiton
will probably refuse to giro credence to the report;
but; for oar own part, we believe it is too true. The
doctor has been too long missing among the fever
swampt and tarag tribes of Central Africa to leave
much hope of his re-appearaace among living meo.
JUD & I,AX'rON
By the Steamer " Moses Taylor,"
CHOICE LOT OF TEAS I
Consisting in Part as follows, vis :
BOXES & JARS of Fine Japan Tea,
11 lbs each.
Lacquered Boxes of Fiae Japan Tea, 3 lbs each,
.Lacquered Boxes of Fine Japaa Tea, 5 lbs each,
Boxes of Japan Tea in one pound papers,
Boxes of Japan Tea la half pound papers.
Boxes of Japan Tea in quarter pound papers,
Large Jars of Japan Tea. about 75 lbs each.
Comet Tea in 15 pound boxes.
Oolong Tea in two pound boxes.
The above Teas were receiTed in San Francis
co by the Steamer of the !3th ult, and will bo
THE FRESHEST & BEST IN THIS MARKET
Bales of Black Pepper, Cases of Xutmegs,
James Plagnoil finest French Salad Oil,
Cases of Roast Chicken and Mince Meat,
Pearl Barley, Cracked Wheat. Oatmeal. Buckw't,
Saloon Bread, in whole and quarter boxes.
Tins cf Soda, Milk, Wafer and tiraham Crackers,
Golden Gate Ex. Family Flour and Wheat Meal,
Sea Moss Farina, Liquid Blue,
Bags Humboldt Potatoes
Bran, Oats, Wheat, Smoked Beef,
Wilson's Hams and Bacon, Hatches' Cr'ra Cheese
Half-bbls. of Salmon, Ualf-bhls of Fork,
Mapla Sugar, Dates, Golden Syrup,
Kegs of Fresh California Butter,
Smoked Salmon, Dried Peaches, etc.
FOR SALE LOW AT THE
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
Ko t- Fort Street.
Y THIS B. I.U or at ltctail, fer tale by
10 liOLLES A LU
THE. H. DA VIES
FOR SALE THE CARGO
OF THE FIXIj
CLIPPER BARK DELTA!"
A 1 AT LLOYD'S,
This Vessel will be Due in March,
AXD HAS A FULLY
Selected for this Market!
Two Elegant Park Phacfons,
Suitable for Double and Single Harness,
Ronsomo, Sims & Co's Heavy Plows,
ONE TRASH TURSEP., 4c ALSO,
THE FINEST BRANDS OF BOTTLED ALE,
BASS' ALE, LD COOP A CO'S ALE,
Deveuisli's Celebrated Champagne Ale,
A FEW OF HcONIE'S COOLERS.
ALSO ON HAND,
One MeOnic's Train of Carrom Pans,
AND ONE McONIE'S CLARIFIES.
F0r. SALE BY
: THEO. H. DAVIES.
IIAiTAII FOR HAiVAIIA.-VS!
OR ANY OTHER MAN I .
i i . . -
ZiXVJJ V2VX IiBT 1.1 V Jhl I
THE COJIIXG MAX, OR AST OTHER JIAIV t
A first-class card photograph for
$3 30 per dozen, or two dozen for 91 001
For one month from date, previous to closing my Gal
lery for a raeatigc frem business.
No phctograh eards on exhibition but what were
taken ia my Gallery. At ranch pains will be taken
to produce rood work as when full trices were
charged. U. L. CHASE.
Cosmopolitan Photsgraphic Gallery,
9-3t - For Street
TOBACCO AND CIGARS !
HENRY I. NOLTE
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY THE
"Ka Hoi," and Other Lale Arrivals,
A Large Asssoitment of Choice
and Manila CICARS !
TIIE BEST SMOKIJtO AXD CIIEWI5C
AND A SPLENDID .LOT OF
Tht Best ever Offered ia this Market,
Cas-staEtiy em kaad, the. Celebrated ;
Creen Seal and Diamond Head
SMOKING TOBACCO I
?3r- For Sale at the CoSce'Saloon, corner cf Ken
ana asd Qjtrn Streets. .J -
By K. P. ADAMS.
TTrdBPSilnr, ainrcla aa, nt IB A. M.
A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Heavy Denims. Horroeks Cotton,
Brown Drill. Llntn Drill, Victoria Lawn,
Motquito Netting, Towtll,
Bed Spreads, Fancy Printt, Beraje, etc.
Faaey Flannel Shirts, Orey OTershirts,
Hickory Shirts, Wijlte and Calico Shirts,
Merino aad Cotton Undershirts,
Ladies' Hose, Woolen Pants, Handkerchiefs.
Groceries & Crockery ware
French Prunes, Sardines, Oysters,
Yeast Powders, Fine Teas, Demijohns Vinegar,
Fine Lard, Candles, White and Colored Plates,
Tumblers, Ytllow Nappies, Kerosene Lamps,
Water Monktyt, French Olivet, Tobacco,
.Ale and Porter, etc.
Fourteen U:ik of Chicken Feed.
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
lnrch 8 ltli, nt lO o'clock A. JI.,
On the Neddies' Premises, Alakea Streel,
Opposite the Royal Hawaiian Theatre,
wlU bo told :
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS
Coasisting In Part of
TWO CHAMBER SETS, BEDSTEADS, WASHSTANDS,
Bureaus, Chairs, Tables,
Towol Racks, etc.
One Koa Bedstead double.
One Maple Bedstead double.
One China Sofa. Hair MattrasfeS,
Two Sofa Bedsteads,
One Sofa, Hair-cloth Rockers,
Mahogany Centre Table,
Feather Pillows, Meat Safe,
Lot of Plrowood, cbo.
Ono Now Two-Whool Buggy,
&S- In rerfect Order.
One Large lion Settee,
Ono Piano, Organ Attachment.
E. P. ADAMS, Auet'r.
A STOCK OF DRY GOODS, &c.
By Order of HENRY COOPER, Temporary Admln
miuistrator of the Estate of Akana, deceased,
will be sold at public auction :
March 30, nt 10 A. 71. nt .Salesroom,
Tlio TilTitlro Stoclr. of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &c.
Comisting in Part of
Eighteen pieces of Pink Prints,
Fifty pieces or Prints, assorted patterns,
Amoskea; Denims, Blue Drill, Ticking,
Cohort;;, Broad Cloth, Blue Flannel,
Pled Flannel. Alpaca. Fancy Wool Shirts,
Grey Shirts. Cotton Shirts, Undershirts,
Towels, White Ehirts. Bluo Flannel Pants,
Blankets, Cassimere Pants, etc.
Linen and Cotton Pants and Coats,
Pea Jackets, Balmoral Skirts, Vests,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Berage,
Shawls, Victoria Lawns, Suspenders,
Umbrellas, Playing Cards, Felt Hats,
Bridles, Uirths, Brown Cottons, Socks,
Gaiters, Brown Moleskin, Bits, Katies Spades,
Hatchets, Combs, shoes, iiatr Oil, boap.
Camphor, Brushes, Wieking, Knires, Forks,
Looking Glaeset. Matches, Lanterns, Tinware,
Bancepans, Tea Kettles, Saddle-trees, Pails,
Bagging Staff, Bread, Tea. te.
Twelve Bags of Coffee, Two Bigs of Rice,
Two Cases of Kerosene Oil,
One Show Case, ie
E. P. ADAMS. Auet'r.
A. W. PEIRCE & Co.
A General Assortment of Merchandise
Shipping and Local Requirements
pOTTO.V and Hemp Unck, from 0 to 10,
HEMP & MANILA CORDAGE, ALL SIZES,
TO ASD C07T0H TWIITE,
Epunyarn, Marline, Uontline, Seising Stuff, Cutting
jraus, n nate tone.
BlocTt ft of rill S1g.es
Patent, Iron Strapped aad Bathed, 3 to IS in.
Jib Hanks and Matt Hoops,
Eheavet, buthed and patent :
Hookt aad Thimbles, Connecting Shackles,
Boat Timbers, Steins and Sterns,
Boat Boards, Oars of all lengths, Rowlocks,
Bashings. Steering Braces, Boat Nails,
Wrought Nails, Cut Kails, Birets of all sites,
Paints, of all Kinds !
Liaieed, Kerosene, Whale aad Sperm Oils,
Tar, Bright Varnish, Pump aad Riggiag Leather,
Copper aad Iron Tacks,
BREAD, FLOUR, BEEF AND PORK,
Preserved Meats, Pie Fruits,
Pkkltt, Green Corn asd Peat,
Spices, and various other Groceries.
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES!
Ielrce' lVbnliBgr Guns,
Table. Dairy, and Coarse Salt, iroa the
Pnuloa Salt Work.
rerry Uavit ts. gout Paln-KIlIer,
Various other Merchandise
CAP.EFULLY SELECTED, ,
From the CaUfsrsia, Salter aad Bar eyas KsikrU
jffr Orders from the other Islands carefully at
tended ta. 2
iir c. S. J1AKTOW.
."Tlnr-cH aiUli, Rt 16 A. M. Salearoam,
Will bo Sold
Bleaehtd aad Brown Cottons, Bine Cottons,
Dtnlms, Muslim and Victoria Lawns.
An Asaortmeat of Prints, Uorrockt' Long Cloth,
Hotlery. Brogani, Hats, now Itylo, aad
A VARIETY ,0FJ3THER MERCHANDISE!
Tobacco, Cigars, Ale and Porter.
C. S. BARTOW, Auet'r.
H. H ACKFELD tc CO
Offer for Sale,
Hawaiian Bark 1 KA MO!,'
ASSORTMENT of GOODS
Selected with Great Caro
FOR THIS MARKET
ENGLISH l'KINTS, Fancy LIUcAMonralns,
Sairsing PrinU, Twilled chintt PrinU,
Fancy Muslins. Victoria Lawns, mosquito netting',
Superior black Cobourg. black Alpacca.
French Merinos and Crape, woolen dress Goods,
Black and blue Broad Cloth,
White Shirting anil Longcloth,
Tarkey Bed Cloth,
Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, heary
Brown and Blue Cotton, Ticking.
Bine Denims, very heavy.
Blankets, largo site assorted colon,
Bleached Linen Sheeting,
Blue Alhambra Red Quilts,
White Bed Quilts,
Fine Linen Imperials,
White Linen A Cotton Turkey Towels,
Superior Linen Handkeichieft,
Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red A Yellow Hd'kft.
Plain While Flannel,
Blue Twilled Saxony Flannel,
White Merino ockt,
Orey Mlied Socks,
Ladies' Wbito Hole,
Fancy Damask Table Covers.
Black Silk Neckties. -
Fancy AlpaccaiBloustt, ,
Fine Linen Bosom Shirts,
White Cotton Shirts.
Fancy Calico Shirts,
Heavy Merino Under Shirts,
Silk I'm'it. Under Shirts.
Brown Cotton Under Shirts,
Turkey Red Suspenders,
Black Silk Umbrellas,
Black Silk Elastics,
Blue Cotton Thread.
Woolen A Cotton Girths,
Boiled Linseed. Oil.
White Zine Taint,
Ground Whlto LeaJ, Red Ochre,.
and. Venetian Red.
Burlaps, Sail Twine,
Scotch Hemp Canvas,
Russia Dock, light i btavy.
Bright Fencing Wire,
Hoop Iron, from I In. to lfln.
Tinned Saucepans with Covers,
Galvanised flas Pipes, J-to 1 In.
Oalranited Iron Buckets and Tubs,
Cabin Lamps aad Lantern!,
C. C. Iron with brass guards,
Fine Pocket Knives and Steel Scissors,
Crushed Sugar, . ' -
French Pease an nature),
Malaga and Sultana Raisins,
Currants in Jars,
' - Salad Oil.
essences of Eheld Almonds.
Sausages In Tins,
Wiltshire Loaf Cbteie,
Dutch Loaf Cheese,
Malt Vinegar in Demijohns aod Barrels,
Cream of Tartar,
Gin In Baskets an 1 Boxes,.
Hum in Barrels,. .
India Coopo A Co., Ale,
Claret in Boxes,
Rhine Wine, , ,
Schiedam Aromalie Schnapps,
Manila Horse Rope,
Pitch In half Barrels,
Portland Cement, r
Fire Bricks square and arch,
Muatx Yellow Metal aadContpotHkn Nails,
Btst Bine Powdtr In ) lb Tint,
1.000 bill New OilShookt,
100 Tons Wtit Hartley Sleam Coal. i-Za
Licenses Expiring in March, 1 87 1.
Hctill.-HONOLULU, Oaho-Sd, Ah Hana. 3d,
J. II. Hopper. 31, t. Aatonlo Manuel. 8th, Gran.
waldA Echutte. Sth. J. WiddlJeld. 10th. P. n
Foibrooke. Hth.l. Richardson. 19th, Thot. A.S.
Wills. 18th, Tung Pat. th. Fischer A Both. 21th,
Daniel Montgomery. 19th, C. Brewer A Co. 19th,
Pae Shun. UANALEL Koloa. Kauai ISth.Ahmaa.
WAIANAE, Oahu 18tb, Ah Chong. LAIE, Oaho
17th,Nebekr. LANAI 16th, W. M. Gibson. KEEI,
South Kona, Hawaii 23d, John Grace. WAIOUINC,
Kau 28th, Chung Hoon.
Wholesale HONOLULU ISth. J. WiddiJtld.
30th, C. Brewer.
Wholesale Spirit. HONOLULU 13th, It. C.
ChsIIaacI. Slit. W. A. Humphreys.
Horse. HONOLULU lStb.Alx.r.lly,H;o.l9o.
21th, Napsbnkar.u, No. 197- 29tb, Kahanu.No.193.
30th, KapipllanI, No. 199.
Lnpaau. UEEIA, Koolaupoko, Oahu Hth,
Umi (k). KALIHI ltth, Ohole. NUUA5U Hth,
Kahalthill. WAIALUA 15th, Meheknln. HOSU
AULA lith. Kapono. MA.VOA 18th. Xahoo. Kr
PAHULU.Maui 21st, Kuaaaa. WAIANAE 26th,
Bateher-HONOLULU Tlh.Georga Biialy. T
Boat-HONOLULU IStb. Eaackoa, No. S7.
17th, Waiwai, No. 18.
PabllcSbow-HOXOLULU loth. Las A Ry
and, per Lemon.
Eitate of E. BROWN, deceased.
mUE UNDERSIGNED, EXECUTJwLX of
X the Will of E. Brown, lata of Honolala, doceated,
hereby gives notice to all persons baring claims
against the laid estate ta pretest the tame within tix
mouths from this date, duly aathcatieatod aad with
proper vouchers, to 8. B. Dole, Esq.. at his cfiee in
Honolala, or they will bo forever barred. Aad all
aswosl indebted to the abort estate art requested to
Bats ItatatOsH ytstt to tho laid 8. B.DoU, Ksq
, - .-u . asAWl avsw w jt.
Kosstsls, Xre 15, 1571.
ALOON PILOT BKKAU, CXACKsv,.
I JenBy Lisd Cakes. Jatablot, He., etc.. weolve
ptr.Mosta Taylor. (7) B0LLK3 A CO.