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lewfcag rrfrt : saSerl freia lloaaluru, ae the lHh f
1'iraakr , 167, aarKl Tor a I perm wetta eraUt. Af
ter kaarrsg part diroeted oar eonm for tbc eoilt of
CatjCarria, v& arrirrd oc the wbaHaj- grosDcl in 19
AajFl. Ok tke Stlfa, raw two large rporm wkaWl 25
ibbVi rMrtB ef GBioaropc ItUad ; Mwrnd tbe loatt,
hat 1rwams on tb Vwti care np ohaaikg and
retarkto to tbe aWp. On thc4th ef January, took
haapboek wbaie wbiofa rsade 65 bbl of o0. Ob tbe
Eta Uaek-al at Cafe EL Laeat, and from tsttxe made
tke Maria lata ode on tbe 11th. In pateing between
tbe "tortnern Itlasds, tbe Tease! ttruek - wbfle going
throagh tin pacoace tbo water reddonlj ekangod
oolor, wkoa tbe order waa immediately gireo to ware
okta, aad before tbe Tee-el had taaae roand eight
Boistf , At tkaraped three tisei, bet did not atop her
MwawbT. After pajiisg dear of the iboal, the
paoa-M) were ordered to be tried, and it waa found that
toe wai sot lea V tag. From theae ielaods, tteered
Sotathword, aad w aperm whalea-in JaU 7 2V
Wag. 11 - 23' V. In lot. 1 47 S. and long. 95
4A' W. raw FeTorxl whaler, ctraok two, a ad loet one
frats the parting of the line. Crowed for leteral daji
ad grodaallr worked to the TVeetward from bore,
mm oe tW lath imj of Bob., -poke the bork Emily
Morgan. Cor. Soxter, who refarted sotharing en
a tfera whate fioee leariag Ironolohi. On the Jlfi.
bi cohool of rperm whaler, gare ohote led -track
wight, Mt of wbioh we fared aix, making Its beta of
oil. C ratted tor fereral daji in tbir Tioinity with no
forthcr ioocerl. and railed be Lee tor the Marqneta
IoUad. 0a the Mh of Mareh, tooefted it Magdatena
IrUaoVc, at wbioh pUoe the bark Arctic of Heaelals
wo Ujiag at aaebor. I west on board and aaw
Cast. Tripp, who repartee! baring reea fperm whales
bat three tieaoe risoe learfsg lloeorolti, and had not
taking any alt Capt. Tripp adrieed ate not to an -eh
or. aa a groat deal of Honor waa on the ieland, and
easily peaMrod. I therefore fUrted for OMtahoo Ii
toel. one of the mm grosp, and at S o'clock A. M.
of tbe nelt day oene to anchor in Keeolation Boy,
wore we look in wood and water. On the 11th, while
loriBJT at aBohor, a beary gale eerae on, eaa-isg the
Tcotei U drag daring the night half way rat of tbe
Boy.
Oe the 11th, baring co-apleted retttisg and the
rmip ready to proceed to tea, I ordered the anchor
to W aore ap, when to my tarprire the beatateerer
and fonaaart baadl refafed to work, eiaiiag that they
iateadod to go oa rbore tie next day. Hearing that
a gnat deal of laiaor waa oa the irlattd, and that
oaae of my crew had been getting tente, I eotroraded
it war iihr to let them go at in aH probability
tboy wow id not retarn to the tUp. After conealtiag
with ay two tret oCeert. I told the men that if they
woald do their doty I would lot them hare liberty at
the Saadwieh Iolaadr. One of the boatateereri, in re
ply, raid, " we are bound to go en chore to-morrow."
Fro roj I ditoani to irt tkirrr reenin.-aDd await
Mil -sornisg before I aetoald see any force, 'dean
while, I reqoMted my irtt eScer to go below and
load oae of Hoary't Xiflec, in order b he prepared
for aaj emwrgeeey which woald necowitatc the u;e of
Sre-araa. At 7 o'etoek is the ereolng, I ordered the
foa-tii oAWer of tke Te-tel to take a perton at bore,
who had bees doing my trading for me. At thfa time
I ordered the irtt oehoer ilr. Apet to look oat for the
deck, while I waa gone to tapper, at the teste time I
order ad all handt to their tapper. While I wai at
nppor, the hoatetecrert oaae on deck and west for
ward aaaeag the men. One of the ferematt handt
thee oa-ae aft, took two or three tarat, when the
mate asked him what he wanted, be wat eooly told
to " go to hell." The mate walked towards the man,
ordering him at the takae time to go forward. At thu
joaetare George CWrl, the ringleader, eame Leered
tW male and pet both handt aroaad him. The teeend
oaaoereome on deck at 'hit moment, and feeing the
ttate in which the mate was titaated ran to his aid,
and grappled with oae of the men, when twelve of tbc
foroeaott hands and foar boatiteerert began the mn
tiay. Hearing the eHftBrhance, I ran ap on deck,
where I tow- the two first oSoers tarrMnded by the
awtanoet erew. 1 immediately re to rued to the cabin
for a Hry Bifle, and after getting oae, again re-at-eeaded
for tbe dock, hat fband tbe cabin door fattened
and one of the boaUUerert holding on to the door
kno. I heard the teeend mate fay, " Let roe go be
low, for I am bleed iag Vadly," whieh the crew paid
so attention to bat teearod him with a rope, and one
of the fore Bat ft hands eatae aft holding a knife in his
hand Mjiag, "I'll kill bten," which, threat would
hare boon felly carried oct, bat for the timely for
bearance ot a boat-tcerer, (caroeu John 1190), who
raid, coop, wo hare dene enoagh." Oae of the
kotteorort thon gare the order to lower a boat, and,
cwfore yttceooKng ashore, those whe bad tajatrnied
wont holwtr and took a lot of oaotbtng with them. As
the ringieade-, George Ohrk, was taking leave, he
asked the notni mate and cabin boy to go ubore
with theaa taytag, " K will Ve better for yoo, at we
iattad ta atme aboard to-morrow and ran the ship
hore.' j
After the boats had gone away frets the (hip tbe
oahas door was openod-.laBd as eorjairtsig for the first
odoDor, from tbore of the erew who had romained on
hoard, I wai told that be bad been fastened with a
rope aroand the ttock and drawn a boat the deck, and
wat only tared froea being msrdered by a heatsteerrr
throw gb tbe timoly intcrientson of the cooper who
took the wooporj a spade away from him as be
wat ha the act af eatfcrag the mate in the neck, and
abja. to the belief that be (the mote) wat dead. After
tool oiling a white, we tonnd the mate lying scToreiy
wMtjded and intearriMe in the raiatca erotf-treet,
IrofB w bonce we hrMgbt bira down to the deck.
From their apsoaranee, I bad bat tbe tn-aUestbope
for the recovery of eether af my rtt or teeend o Seers,
both being aa I -apposed mortally wotuidod.
A teeeae spriagitrg sp soon after, I gare the order
to tltp tbe able and pat the ship to tea, being fore
warned and eoBTineed that a desperate attempt woald
W made to carry oat the threat niade by George
Clark, of rnnaing the sbip asbore. At tome distance
from the abore, we taw a large re in tbc bay, made
by the ractieeert for the psrpote, at we rapporesl, of
ateertaiBisg if the ship still lay at her anchorage.
The whole ncroher of mutineers were thirteen fere-
cast hands and tbe fear boatstrerers, who took with
them'three boats and aS the wbarisg gear belonging
to them, betid et aH the -pare rowlocks in the ship, and
iereral other articles belonging to the Teste!.
J. Jekxeg as, Master bark R-r-as.
Bt the City of Melbourne, ttte'Miabler or tbe In
terior receirr-d four pairs of fparrows from Tbom
u Kirk, Ewj., SccrctarT of the Auckland Accticia
tization Society, oat of tix pain which trere for
warded by that vetctl, one pair biTicg died. These
birds, we understand, as sooa es tbey are scircstorn
cd to tbe cJinnte ,wiU be set at liberty, and we nope
before rnasT years to tee them xs numerous as the
Unset which were Introduced bere a few jean ago.
Mxdj plants, as well as birds are being exchanged
between ben Acttralia and Sew ZeJand. The
Agil cultural and Acelimiti-xtion Societies of those
Colonies are always ready to exchange rare plants
and birds, and show great real In their endeavors,
not onlr In securing fur tbemseiTes ererjUilnc rare
and -csefnl fromjforelgu countries, but ire willing
and anxious to supplj otiers with tbdrownrxre
collections. "l T
i.oc.vr. ieivs.
Phases of the Moon for March. 1871,
TaxTxaxs bt car, naam. txrrx.
nOSOLTJLC MEAN TIME.
Mtrrh tb, loll Moon S . 7 H
March lath, Lut Quarter. 11 4! S aa
March ink. New Mvo a 29 1 aa
March SMh, Iff Qoartrr.
TIME SUN EISIXO AXD SETT1SQ.
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elk. Son Ki-n.. 6 19 foa Sjli 6 61 . .
latfc. Soo I8- 13 Son Sets 6 .
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tk. Sob Blo-o 1 SaaSeU. 6B9 ..
Mat, Sua Hire JSS Soa Seta 61 ..
Ills Excellency S. II. rhBHps, the Attorney Gen
eral, returned in the Ajax from his visit to tke Uni
ted States.
We notice by the Xew Zealand papers that tbe
people or Sydney are bepiaainr; to look upon tbe
Cape route from Melbourne with dislaror, and are be
earning more In favor of the route fa Fiji and Hon
olulu to Sin Francisco. They are Inclined, with the
co-operation of the Melbourne people, to favor a
fortnightly service by the latter route
Br the City or Melbourne arrived Mr. J. T. Pred
dar, .agent of tbe Union Pielne Railroad, en route
far S-n Francisco. Mr. Predde y 1j returning- from
a visit of several months to tho colonies, where be
bat extensively advertised tbe facilities or tbc over
land route to Europe, sod contributed greatly to in
form tbc people there, of tbe comfort and facilities
of this route over that by way of Suez.
We have received tbe fottoivl-rg from a lillo cor
respondent, dated tbe 23tb lest: "A party return
ed from 'Kllauea' last night, who report a very pe
culiar appearance In tbe crater. Tbc 'Old South
Lake' has fallen In several hundred feet and no fire Is
visible, but an immense volume of smoke is pour
Ugontof It oontlnnally, so much so that tbe coun
try In tbe vicinity of Kan Is at times obscured.
What this portends, as it is a new feature in Kl
tanea, no one can tell."
Br report of Capt. Jernegan of tbe bark Roman,
published in our shipping column, it will be seen
that a serious mutiny occurred on board that vessel
on the 11th Inst., at Resolution Bay, on one of tbe
Marquesas Isiinds. It seems that Capt. Jerncgan
kept bis men on board tbe vessel during the time..
he was in that port in order that tbey should be
kept away from tbe liquor which be knew bad ar
rived there about tbc time of tbe arrival of tbe Ro
man. On tbe lltb Inst., Oapt Jeroegan wishing to
take bis 'anchor and proceed to Honolulu for sup
plies, preparatory to tbe season north, when the
crew refused duty, saying that they desired to go ou
shore. Being refused, tbey attacked tbc first and
second officers, vtbo were on deck, nearly killing
both of tbcm, and taking three boats and all tbe
vt baling gear and boat sails, went on shore. Dur
ing tbe night, tbe captain slipped tbe cables and
sailed for this port, where tbe Tcsscl arrived on
Monday after a passage of fifteen dsys. We learn
from Capt. Jerncgan that Capt Tripp bad good rea
son for warning blm not to anchor In the harbor at
Magdalena island as bis crew bad been on shore
and having procured liquor, had got into a free figbt
among themselves and could nitb difficulty be again
broogbt on board tbe ship.
The German Peace Celebration. By the Mary
A. Rred, oo Friday last, news was received here of
the final ratification of the terms of peace between
Germany and France. In accordance witb previous
notice, the German residents celebrated tbe follow
lug day by services in Fort Street Church, and by a
torchlight procession In the evening.
At the church the services were commenced by a
prelude on tbe organ by Mr. UoSVcblirger, n hkh
waS followed by a prayer by Rev. Father Hermann.
The congregatloH then sang tbe Choral Hymn In
German, " Nun dauket alle Got:," Let all thank
God. Alter which an original poem was read by Mr.
Hoffscblaeger, and an eloquent address delivered by
Dr. W. Hlllobrand. The services were concluded by
tinging Eio' (esteBurg IstnnserGott," "A secure
reek Is oor God," and prayer by Rev. Father Her
mann. At 13M., 101 guns were Sred from a battery
below Punch Bowl. In tbe evening all the German
residents paraded the streets In a torchlight proces
sion. Tbe procession was formed at i P. M. at
the German Club, and alter marching to the resi
dence of tbe German Consul (who joined the pro
cession), proceeded to the Palace. At the Palace
tbe band played tbe Hawaiian National nr mn, and
the gentlemen In tbe procession sang " Die Wacht
am Bbein" with great effect; the hand then played
"God save tbe King." when tbe procession returned
to tbe Clnb where tbe German residents indulged in
mutual congratulations until a late bonr, upon tbe
happy conclusion of the war.
It is seldom tbat tbe citizens of Honolulu hire
witnessed a more impressive ceremony than tbat at
tbe church oo this occasion, or a more brilliant and
imposing procession than that of tbe evening.
Besides tbe procession in tbe evening there were
fireworks and bonfires exhibited on Punch Bowl,
one of which was most beantifnl and appropriate, it
being an illumination, in which tbc German word
" Friede" (Peace), in gigantic characters, was dis
played from a high point on Punch Bowl for over an
hour, during which time It showed most beautifully.
Tbe grounds and residences of many or tbe Ger
man residents were brilliantly illuminated during
tbc evening.
Late roreign News.
By the arrival of the American schoon
er Mary A. Reed and the steamer Ajar,
tre have received news to the 18th of
March. The announcement of peace be
tween Germany and France, has been re
ceived rijh joy by alL
The following is an outline of the news
received.
Bordeaux, Feb. 23. In tbe Assembly, to-day, the
Committee of Consultation, which accompanied
Tillers to Versailles, made a report unanimously
recommending the ratification by the Assembly of
tbe preliminaries of peace agreed to and submitted
by the President.
Bamberger, Deputy from the Department of tbe
Moselle, adjured tbe Assembly to reject any terms
involving tbe cession of French territory. He
strongly denounced Napoleon tbe Third.
A movement of agitation arose in the Chamber in
tbe attempt of M. Comte, formerly Secretary of tbe
Emperor, to speak in justification of tbe Empire.
The Assembly voted tbe ratification of tbe pre
liminary conditions of peace by Mfl ayes against
107 nays.
Losrjo-t, March ICth. The After special from
Lille says (be battlefields of tbe North threaten to
become the focus or pestilence by Coating bodies in
the djkes. Active measures for ictermcntare taken.
A T&grtph special from Amiens says the future
array of occupation in France will consist of Sax
oos and Wartemhurgers.
A Timet special from Paris says tbe numerous
Garibaldiaus are disquieting.
The same says the French Cabinet have decided
to appoint Valentin Prefect of the Paris police.
This Indicates a repressive police permit.
During the usual mid-Lent gatherings dulurbin
ces are feared.
Tbe inflamnatoiy Journal Ami da Ihiplt, which
appeared yesterday, was tiezrd.
There was a Council of Ministers at tbe Versail
les Perfecture for the reception of Foreign Minis
ters resident.
Pakis, March 16th. Vinoy forbids raasqnerade
processions to-morrow.
Another Journal has been siezed.
The Germans txie re-delivered the Orleans Rail
way It is reported that newspaper stamps have been
re-a-ranged at two centimes to Paris and the De-pr-t-a-xt.
Daily politic-! journals must lodge 24,000 francs
teennty.
Tbe Rouen Independent, for advising tbe people to
display mourning, was suppressed and fined 1,000
francs.
Loxdos, Mareh IS. It is rumored tbe Marquis of
Ely marries Princess Beatrice. '
It is said Menotti Grarbaldl hat arrived here' T
A violent storm prevails throughont Great Britain
and Ireland and though the telegraph lines are
greatly deranged; it is Already known that rniny
vessels are ashore, or have otherwise received much
damage. Details are yet missing, and are awaited
with anxiety.
The Timet anticipates an easy settlement of the
fisheries question, but is not sanguine with regard
to tbe Alabama question. It regrets the Commis
sioners' limited powers.
Viixxa, Mareh 16th Tbo Emperor Francis Joseph
hat despatched Ctant Petocki to Berlin to Salute the
Emperor William'-upon his taccession to the Imperial
Crown of Germany.
New York. March 16th. Tbe Tnlo-Vr Wathing.
ton correspondent of the 15th sayi there it a rumor
to-night, butlt is not generally'known, of advices re
ceived from Minitter Sickles, labmitting, as the result
or hit negotiations for several months past, a proposi
tion from the Government orSpain for tho sale ta this
Government of the Islands of Cuba and Porto Bico.
The amount asked is believed to be $100,000,000, pay
able in installments.
Loxno-t, March ICth. A despatch from Havre to
day says the evacuation or Dieppe and tnrroanding
country by the German! it completed.
A number or Germans hare purchased a piece or
ground at Bongira, is the arronditgement or Versatl.
let, far tho purpose of burring their dead country
men who bavo been temrorarilx, buried in the vicinity.
Precautionary measures are adopted by the French
authorities against communication of infection to the
people and soldiers from unbnried corpses, and alto
again it the tpread of the rinderpest among cattle.
Lo!tno5, March 16fb. Tho -foaniaf cfer Eetati,
commenting cn the result or the Conference on the
Eastern Qaestion, makes a hitter attack on England,
and declares that the lott every advantage gained by
the Crimean war. Franco is now helpless, ber aword
broken, but when itls unsheathed again its aim will
not be so distant as Turkey.
Other Paris journals speak or Fngland fn a similar
spirit. - -
It is reported that August Pierre will be Prefect of
tho Seine.
The Count or Paris renounces any intention on his
part to compete with the other Princes of the royal
house of France for the thnce.
The French Cabinet has decided to continue tho
policy of conciliation toward themelcontentsatMont-
martre.
The weather is very bad, and the insurgents are
scattering; it is thought those who hold their ground
will soon yield. i
Versailles, March 3. The preliminaries or peace
arranged by Bismarck and other Plenipotentiaries
with Thiers and Favre, are as follows :
Article first specifics tbc line of demarcation.
Article second provides that France nlll pay Ger
many five mlllards or francs; one mlllard, at least,
In 1S71, and all the rest in tbc space, of three years
from tbe time of tbe ratification.
Article third provides tbat tbe evacuation is to
commence on the ratification ol the treaty by tbe
Assembly; that tbe German troops yvill tben Imme
diately quit Paris and tbe left bank of tbe Seine, also
tbe departments of Cher, Indre-et-Lolre and Seine
Inferleurc.
Tbe French troops will remain behind tbe Loire
tilLtbc signing ofa definitive tteaty of peace, except
those In Bans, where the Government is not to have
exceeding forty thousand troops.
The Germans evacuate tbe right bank of tbe Seine
gradually, after signing a definitive treaty, add tbe
payment of half a mlllard of francs. After tbe pay
ment of two mlllards tbe Germans n ill only hold tbe
departments of Marne, Ardennes, Mcnse, Vosges,
Meurtbe and Bcllort. After the payment of three
mlllards tbe Germans will only keep fifty thousand
troops in France, but if sufficient money guarantee
be given, the Germans will evacuate completely at
once ; otberwise three mlllards will carry interest at
fire per cent from the ratification of the treaty.
Article fonrtb provides tbat tbc German troops
make no farther requisitions; that tbe French Gov
ernment will find food for the Army of Occupation
in the ceded Departments; that favorable arrange
men Is will be made with tbe inhabitants and time
given to tbcm to move, if tbey please, and tbat no
obstacles will be placed in tbe way of emigration.
Article fifth Is not mentioned.
Article sixth provides tbat the prisoners be imme
diately liberated on tbe ratification or tbe treaty,
and tbe French railroads will lend carriages and
engines at tbe same prices as to tbe French Govern
ment. Article seventh provides tbat the treaty be defl
nitly signed at Brussels immediately after tbe ratifi
cation. Article eighth provides that after tbc ratification
tbe management of all tbe Departments occupied will
be banded over to tbe French officers subject to tbe
German commanders, and in tbe interest of the Ger
man troops.
Article ninth provides that it will be understood
that the Germans have no aulhority over tbe De
portments not occupied by them.
Losdos, March 17tb. The proeotols of the
proceedings on the Black Sea Question will be
laid on table of tbe House of Commons to
night. Tbey are signed by tbc plenipotentiaries of
seven powers. Their general features are concilia
lory In tone on tbe part of Russia, and show a wil
lingness on tbe part of Turkey to accept tbe semi
nemrallzatlon of tbe Black Sea, and deference of tbe
Convention to tbe wishes of either power. The
Conference met January 17th. Lord Granville was
chosen President. Granville regretted tbe absencs
of tbe plenipotentiary from France, and declared
tbat tbe object of the Conference was to examine
tbe Brack Sea Qaestion without partizansbip, to dis
cuss nitb perfect liberty tbe Russian proposals for
tbe revision of the treaty of Paris.
Baron Brunnow made a statement which con
talned no trace of imperative tone.
GortshikofTs circnlar and Brnnnow's speech were
most conciliatory throughout, and were repeated in
tbe same spirit by Mansours Pacha. The Conference
tben went to work on tbe declaration to effect, tbat
plenipotentiaries recognize it as an essential prin
ciple of tbe right of nations, tint no power can sbake
off engagements of treaty or modify its stipulations,
except with tbe consent of tbe contracting parties.
On this a friendly understanding was arrived at,
and on March 13th tbe Duke de Broglie gaTe bis ad
hesion to it. A second meeting took place January
Sltb, when Brunnow more fully stated tbat changes
bad taken place sir-ce 1606, and urged that ail
treaties be judged bybe new considerations arising
in tbc Interval.- He contended that the treaty of
Paris really perpetuated Irritations by wounding
Ressia's national sentiments.
Tbe Terkish Ambassador combatted tbe Russian
Ambassador and declared that Turkey nss fully
satisfied with tbe treaty, bat if other powers thought
right to admit tbe Russian demand on tbat Govern
ment, and would give guarantees equivalent and
compatible with the rights and security of the Otto
man Empire, be was authorized to concur with other
plenipotentiaries, wbile recognizing tbe justice ol
tbe Tnrkisb objections to adhere to their former ex
pression tbat Turkish consent mutt be devoid of
equivalents.
At tbe third sitting, February 3d, on treaty, four
articles were proposed by Earl Granville. Tbe sec
ond article gave to Turkey the power to introduce
ships of war of tbe non-riverain powers into tbe
Black Sea only If compelled to do so for the security
of tbe Ottoman Empire. Mensourous Pacha ob
jected to the phraseology "ncra-riverfsn." as restrict
ive to Turkey and offensive to Russia.
A long debate, generally in opposition, followed,
the representative ot the Tnrkisb Government plead
ing bis Instructions as very peremptory. 'At tbe
same meeting, tbe secondary question of tbe Danube
commission was first mooted, and it was agreed to
insert tbe arrangement therein In the principal
treaty.
At tbe fourth meeting, February Tih, no instruc
tions had been received by tbe representatives, and
DOthing done. At tbe fifth meeting, which was held
on the 13th Instant, the Dc? de Broglie was intro
duced. -He declared tbat tbe French Go-rernment
saw no sufficient reason to modify the treaty of
Paris, but now willingly accepted tbe Arrangement
which had been partially concluded.
Tbe Italian Minister met the objection of tbe
Tn-kishMlnister by proposing a new article, In
which tbe words, Friendly and aHled powers"
should be aabotilntcd for H noa-rtreriaa powers.''
This am endment'was accepted freely b j Turkey and
the' other powers. r-There were no differ en era on
other circles after their completion, tbe Turkish and
Russian Ministers to conclude a convention abro
gating the sU-mlaUos ot tbe treaty of Paris reUtlTe.
to tbe number and strength of their respective fleets
in the Black Sea.
Paris, Feb. 2tth. Preliminaries of peaeo were
signed yesterday at S JO r. v. France cedes Alsaeo
and MeU, bat retains Bel fort. Franco pays a war
indemnity or five milliard! francs ; three years time
it granted. The Germans hold the fortresses until
the sum is paid. The armistice is prolonged one
week. The Germans will enter Paris immediately.
Rothschild has been t nmmoned to Versailles ; also
tbe railway President, to arrange the conveyance of
troops to Germany. Their departure will be proceeded
by a review in the Champi de Mart.
Paris, Feb. 23 Night. Tbe French troops Iuto
evacuated tbe barracks or tbe Louvre and Elysecs.
Tbe posting of all placards Is prohibited during
the occupation of the city by tbe hostile army.
Minister Picard remains in Paris.
Tbe Ambassadors of England, Anstrla and Trus
sia return Immediately to their Legations.
. Tfio press attack the authorities for their supinc
ness daring tbc recent outrages. An official journal
annonnccs tbat measures have been taken to prevent
their recurrence.
Tbe Assembly enthusiastically and unanimously
voted by acclamation a resolutlou offered decreeing
the fall or the Empire, and stigmatising Napoleon
as tbe author or the misfortunes of France.
Paris ria Loxoox, Feb. 26th, 2 r. x. The conclu
sion of peace is now certain. Thiersand Farro and
the Consultative Committee have accepted the follow,
ing conditions :
First, tho cession of Alsace and Metx.bntBelfortto
be restored to France; 2d, tbe payment of a war in
demnity of fire milliard francs ; 3d, a portion of Che
French territory, with tome fortified towns likeSedan
to remain in the possession or the Germans until the
conditions or the treaty are fulfilled ; 4th, the German
army to enter Paris on Monday and occupy the
Champs Elysecs j Sth, peace to bo proclaimed when
the French Assembly ratifies these conditions.
Thiers and the delegation return to Bordeaux to
day. Paris, Saturday Niaiir, Feb. 25tb. Tho prelim
inaries of peaco wero finally settled to-day. The ex
act terms or peace are unknown, hut believed to bo
severe. Bismarck has been pitiless throughout tho
negotiations.
The Happel says Thiers and the Commissioners of
Assembly will propably go to Bordeaux on Sunday to
submit tho conditions agreed upon to the Assembly.
It is hoped tbat they will be immediately adopted, and
that the farther prolongation of tbe armistice will bo
unnecessary.
Versailles, Feb. 26th. The Jlontteur on Friday
states tbat six hundred and two field pieces belonging
to tbc Army of Paris, have been delivered to tbo Ger
mans, and one hundred and thirty-fivo cannon in
good condition, found in tho forts.
Tbo same paper denounces the arrogance of the
Parisian press in insulting the victorious Germans, and
adding to their offences by accusations of pillage and
robbery ; it significantly declares tbat the occupation
of Paris would be tho toost efficacious means.of stop,
ping sach boundless effrontery and falseholJ, and
that the entering of the troops Is therefore inevitable
as soon as the armistice expires.
Paris, February 27lh. Tbe Jomnl eVa Dtlclt
comments on tho cruel terms of peace imposed oo
France, and says Thiers and Favre were several timet
on the point of breaking off the negotiations, at the
risk of a resumption of hostilities, and yielded only
ta necessity.
Bismarck at first demanded an indemnity or ten
milliards, and it was reduced to the sum finally agreed
on only by the most strenuous exertions.
It has been stipulated tbat only 30,000 German
troops shall enter Paris, and that they shall not
march beyond Place do la Concorde.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Post Office Notice.
"VTOTICE is hereby given, that from and
JL after tbe FIRST OF MAT next ensuing. No
Stumps that hiive been Cut will be considered
of any value, and will no longer be received in pay
ment of postage on any matter transmitted through
the Hawaiian Mails ; tbe neeettity for such praetice
baring been obviated by a proper tnpply or all neces
sary denominations or stamps.
Five Cent Hawaiian Stamps will bo received in ex
change for those of any other existing denomination,
according to value, upon application at tho General
Post Office.
ARTHUR P. BRICKWO0D,
ll-3t Postmaster General.
WANTED,
A
TAXNEH. AND CIJUIIIEH. Apoly to
A. S. CLEG HORN i CO..
112t Agent Waimea Tannery.
FOR SALE!
rnilREE Cylindricnl Tanks, I -lib inch plate.
L Capacity of each, 1S00 gallons. For sale by tho
10-it HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
WANTED !
0
1.D CAST IUON.--1-2 lo 1 cent per lb
given, according to qualify, by tbe
10-5t HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEASiaTEflSSffi
JUDD & r.AYTON
HAVE RECEIVED
By the Steamer "Moses Taylor,"
a very
CHOICE LOT OF TEAS!
Co listing in Part as follow?, tiz :
BOXK.S & JARS of Fine Japan Ten,
II lbs each. . '
Lacquered Boxes of Fine Japan Tea. 3 Vii each.
Lacquered Boxes of Fine Japan Tea, 5 lbs each.
Boxes of Japan Tea in one pound papers.
Boxes of Japan Tea in half pound papers. -Boxes
of Japan Tea in quarter pound papers.
Large Jars of Japan Tea, about 75 lbs eaeb.
Comet Tea in 15 pound boxes,
Oolong Tea in two pound boxes.
The abore Teas were received ia San Francis
co by the Steamer of the 25th alt. and will be
THE FRESHEST & BEST IN THIS MARKET
ALSO
Bales of Black Pepper, Cases of Nutmegs,
James Plagnoil finest French Salad Oil,
Cases of Roast Chicken and Mince Meat,
Pearl Barley, Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Bnekw't,
Saloon Bread, in whole and quarter boxes, A
Tins of Soda, Milk, Wafer and Graharz, Crackers,
Golden Gate Ex. Family Flour and Wheat Meal,
Sea Moss Farina, Liquid Bine,
Bags Humboldt Potatoes
Bran, Oatt. Wheat, Smoked Beef,
Wilson's Hams and Bacon, Hatches' Cr'm Cheese
nalr.tMs. of Salmon, IUC l.bls of Pork,
Map! Eogar, Dates, Golden Syrup,
Kegs of Fresh California Butter,
Smoked Salmon, Cried Peaches, etc.
FOE SALE LOW AT THE
Parnily Grocery and Teed Store,
10
No f 2 Fort Street.
lm
TOBACCO AND CIGARS !
HENRY I. NOL TE
HAS JCST RECEIVED BT THE
"Ka Moi," and Other Late Arrivals,
A Large Asssortment of Choice
Havana, Cerman,
and Manila CIGARS !
THE BEST SJlOKI-fG AID CIIEWISG
TOBACCO, " '..
AND A SPLENDID LOT OF
MEERSHAUKS PIPES!
The Best ever Offered uvihis Market,
ALSO
Ccwbttaatly ra kasiUie - Celebrated
Creen Seal and Diamond Head
SMOKING TOBACCO !
3- For Sale at the Coffee Saloon, eortwr of Non
as and Qscea Streets. " .9
AUCTION SALES.
Br E. P. ADAMS.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE I
-OF-
A STOCK OF DRY GOODS, &c.
By Order of nENRT COOPER, Temporary Adatin
uinlstrator of the Estate of Akana, deceased,
will bo sold at public auction :
ON THURSDAY,
iTlnrcIa 30, nt 1 0 Jl. 31. nt !-inIesrooni.
Tlio Entiro StooAs. of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &C.
Consisting in Part of
Eighteen pieces of Pink Prints,
Fifty pieces of Prints, assorted patterns,
Amoskeag Denims. Blue Drill, Ticking,
Cobnrgs, Broad Cloth, Blue Flannel.
Red Flannel, Alpaca. Fancy Wool Shirts,
Grey Shirts, Cotton Shirts, Undershirts,
Towels, White Shirts. Blue Flannel Pants,
Blankets, Cassimere Pants, etc.
Linen and Cotton Pants and Coats,
Pen Jackets, Balmoral Skirts. Vests,
Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Berage,
Shawls, Victoria Lawns, Suspenders,
Umbrellas, Playing Cards. Felt Hats,
Bridles, Girths, Brown Cottons, Socks,
Gaiters, Brum Moleskin, Bits, Native Spades,
Hatchets, Combs, Shoes, Hair Oil, Soap.
Camphor, Brashes. Wicking, Knives, Forks,
Looking Glasses, Matches, Lanterns, Tinware.
Ranctpans, Tea Kettles, Saddle-trees, Falls,
Bagging Stan, Bread, Tea, de.
ALSO
Twelve Bags of CofTec, Two Bas of Rice,
Two Cases of Kerosene Oil,
One Show Case, Jtc.
E. P. ADAMS, Auet'r.
JEL G gn-"0 VT salo I
WEDNESDAY, : : : APRIL 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Dry Goods,
Clothlng,,Ui
Groceries,'
Crockeryware
&c, &c.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ADMINISTRATORS' SALE!
OF
REAL ESTATE!
ON
Richards' Street, Honolulu.
IN rmiSUANCE of nn Order issued out
tif the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands, by
Hon. A. S. Ilartwcli, Vice Chancellor, on tbe 17th
day of March, A. D. 1ST I , the undersigned, Admin
istrator of the Estate of Her Majesty, II. K. KAPA
KUIIAILI, tho late Queen Dowager, deceased, will
cause to be sold at public auction on
Thursday, the I3th Day of April Next,
1Hr on the premlees on Richards' Street,
H-tjS Honolulu, at 12 o'clock, noon, all tbe ji"
lJJm right, title and interest or the heirs of
said deceased, in and to all that Lot or Land, situat
ed on Richards Street, Honolulu, which lot adjoins
the "Sumner Premises," and is known as tho ''John
Young Premises," and is described in Royal Patent
to. thirteen, and contains fctx Hundred and rorty
seven square fathoms. The lot measures One Hun
dred and Twenty-three feet on Richards' Street, and
is One Hundred and Sixty-eight feet in depth. There
is a large Dwelling House on the premises, contain
ing fire rooms, and other necessary buildings.
aSf For further particulars apply to
J. W. AUSTIN,
Or C. KANAINA,
Administrators of the Her Majesty.
II. K. Kapaknhaili, Queen DVj
ager.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Honolulu, March 20, 1371. 10-U
A. W. PEIRCE & Co.
OFl-EIl FOll SALK
A General Assortment of Merchandise
KOR
Shipping and Local Requirements
COUPRISIXO
QOTTO.Y nnd Hemp Dnclr, from 0 to 10,
HEMP & MANILA CORDAGE, ALL SIZES,
HEMP AND COTTON TWINE,
Spunyarn, Marline, Housline, Seising Stuff, Cutting
Falls, Whale Line,
3iOOl3CJ3 Of Oil SlZCS
Patent, Iron Strapped and Bushed, 3 to 15 in.
Jib Hanks and Mast Hoops,
Sheaves, bushed and patent ;
-Hooks and Thimbles, Connecting Shackles,
Boat Timbers, Stems and Stenu,
Boat Boards, Oars of all lengths, Rowlocks,
Bashings, Steering Braces, Boat Nails,
Wrought Nails, Cot Nails, Rivets of all sires,
Paints, of all Kinds !
Linseed, Kerosene, Whale and Sperm Oflf,
Tar, Bright Varniib. Pomp and Kinging Leather.
Copper and Iron Tacks.
BREAD, FLOUR, BEEF AND PORK,
Preserved Meats, Pie Fruits,
Pickles, Green Corn and Peas,
Epicci, and various other Groceries.
ALSO
4-
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES!
Pclrcc'tt IVIinllriK' GutiH,
Table, Dairy, and Coarse Salt, from the
Pnuloa Salt Works.
Perry DutIi &. Sons' Paln-Klller,
ASD
Various other Merchandise
OAREFULLT SELECTED,
From the California, Eastern and Earcpean Markets
Orders frtn tho other Islands earenlly at
tended to. , 2
COSMOPOLITAN!
HAWAII FOR IIAWAIIA5S!
OR ANY OTHER JIAN I
IitllJJ JTV3D Xj-EI-X - -CjXVAU I
THE COMIXC MAS, OR AST OTHER JXAX t
A first-class card photograph for
3 39 per dozen, or tiro dozen tor 81 UOt
For one month from date.prerious to closing my Gal
lery for s raeation from business.
i
No photograh cards on cxlulifion hot what were:
Ul en in my Gallery As much pains will bo lake?
tof produce goodlwork" w wheu raU!priaeSwere
eharged. C i i -j - Hyl". CJMASE.
' CermopoliUu Photographic Gallery,
9-3t ' " :.?oi Street
For Skle la Qs-aBlitlea to Suit,
WHALE AND SPERM OIL
2- by II. HACKFBLDIat CO.
AUCTION SALES-
Br C. S. BARTOW,
THIS DAY,
-tVctlneitiny, "Harcla 19, Ht IS A.
Salosroosi,
VUt bt Sold
A VARIETY OF PRINTS
Bleached and Broom Cottons,
Denims ana xtia-i venous.
CLOTHING!
Undershirts and Drawers, Ore-shirts,
Drill Pants, Jackets and Coats.
Boots, Shoes and Hosiery.
A Variety of Calabashes,
Of Various Sites, made of Island Wood.
At 13 o'clock rVoors,
,v. -B-rA-aa-dot-jr or 3?Xnr-.tt-a,
AU and Porter, Calks Rum In Bond.
C. S. BARTOW, Auet'r.
Coolies' Cano Knives, Double barrel Shot Guns,
Pistols. Target Sharp Shooters,
Silver Plated Harnesses,
Linen Hcrre Covers and Sheets.
C. S. BARTOW.
H. HACKFELDIcCO
Ofloi Tor Sale,
BT THE
Hawaiian Bark KA MOI,'
From Londoiir
fnE FOLLOWING
ASSORTMENT of GOODS
Selected with Orcat Care
FOR THIS MARKET
coxsistuq or
ENGLISH PRINTS, Fancy Mae. ft Maurninf,
Sairsing Prints, Twilled hints TrlnU,
Fancy Muslins. Victoria Lawns, mesquit netting.
Superior black Cebourg, Mask AlpaaaU,
Frcnelt Merinos and Crape, woolen dross Goods,
Black and blue Broad Cloth,
Italian Cloths.
White Moleskins.
White Drills.
Whito Duck,
Black Haircloth,
White Shirting and Longeloth,
Turkey Red Cloth,
Brown and Btoo CotUu Drills, heavy
Brown and Bine Cotton, Ticking,
Bine Denims, very heavy.
Blankets, large ilse assorted colors, f
Bleached Linen Sbeetlog-.
Blue Alhambta Red Qailta,a-
Wblto Bc4 QaUU, "
Fine Linen Imperials,
Whito Linen A Cotton Turkey Towels,
Superlsr Linen lUndlMahWs.
Fancy Cotton Handkerehfefs,
Turkey Red A TaHow Ud'kfs.
Plain White Flannel.
Bluo Twilled Saxany Flannel,
While Merino ek,
Urey Mixed Socks,
Ladles' White Hose.
Fancy Damask Table Corefi,
Black Bilk Neckties,
r Fancy Altueea Blauiel,
I Ffao Linen Bosom Shirts,
White Cotton Shirts.
Fancy Calico Shirts,
HIeksry Shirts.
Heary Merino Under Shirts,
6nka'nr"it. Under EhirU.
Brown Cotton Under Shirts,
Turkey Red Suspenders,
Black Silk Umbrellas,
, Blank Sflk RUiUoi,
Dhe Cotton Thread.
Woolen k Cotton Girths.
Feather Duster -
IJsileJ Unseed Oil.
White Zine Paint, "
Ground White Lead, Rod Ochres ,
snd Venetian Rod.
Burlaps, Bat! Twine,
Scotch Hemp Canvas, -
Hussia Duck, lh-hi 1. heary.
Bright Fencing Wire, " "
Hoop Iron, from in. to 1 in.
Tinned Saucepan, with Covers,
Babbits Metal,
Galvanised Gas Pipes, J to la.
Galvanised Iron Backets and Tubs,
Cabin Lamps and Lanterns,
0. C. Iron wflh brass guards,
Fine Pocket Knives aid St t l Scisao-a,
Crushed Sugar,
French Chocolate,
French Peaio aa nature!,.
Malaja and fjiltana Raisins,
Currants fn Jars,
t'lad Oil.
CodUrcr Oil,
Carry Powder,
Ecasenfes of SbeldAImendav
Liverpool alt,
Saarager in Tins,
Wiltshire Loaf Chess.
Dafeh Loaf Cheese, .
Malt Vinegar in DHnfJohoA an! Barrels,
Cream ofTartarJ -" w '
Seed Biscuits,
Gin in Baskets and Boxes,
Ham fn Bsrvolr,
India Coope A. Co., Ale,
Claret in Boxes,
Rhino Wtne,
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps,
T DnnvDIo Irish WeUkoy,
Manila Horse Rope,
Stockholm Tar,
Pitch in half Bands, $
Portland Cement.
Fire Bricks square and arch.
Blacksmith Coal,
Slants Yellow Metal and Composition Nails,
Best Rifle Powder in lb Tins,
1,000 bUs New Oii Shocks.
1 00 Tons West Hartlay Steam Coal. 2-Za
Licenses Expiring in March, 1871.
JReUil-HONOLCLU, Oaha 2d. Ah Jlnua. li,
J. II. Hopper. 31st, Antonio Manuel. Sth, Gran,
wald & Schutte. ith. J. WiddlStld. 10th, P. jr.
Fosbrooke. 14th, I. Richardson. Utb.Thoa. A. rL
Wills. I8th. Tung Fit. 20th, Fischer Reth. 2tbt,
Daniel Moatzomery. IJth, C. Brewer & Co. I5th,
Pao Ebon. 1IANALEI. Koloa, Kaaal Hlh.Aimaa.
WAIANAE, Oihu IStfc Ah Chong. LAIE,Oaha
ITth.Ncoeker. LANAI Uth.W. M. Oibsoru KEEI,
Sooth Kona, Hawaii 23d, JohnOrac. WAIOHINU,
Kan 2Sth, Chang Hoon.
Wholesale HONOLULU-13th, J. WiddiScid.
0th. C. Brewer.
Wholesale, SplriU-nONOLCLU-lJli. M.C.
Cballimel. 21st, V?. A. Humphreys.
Horse.- HONOLULU Istb.AI.-s.KtHy.No.M.
2th, Napahukapo, Jfo. 1ST- 53th. Kahnu,Ho-!3.
SOth, Kaplpilanl, No. 199.
LapnaBi HEEIA," Koolaapoko. Oahu Uti,
Uml(k). KALIHI 11th, Ohalo. NOUANU Uti.
Kahalcbill. WAIALUA 15th. Meh.knlo. HONU
AULA 15th, Kapono. MANOA 18th, Mahoc KI
PAHULU, Maai 21st. Kaaal a. WAIANAE 2t4.
Keliikoa.
M-t-r.--KOyOLULU ?th. floe-go SIsoIy.
oHstrCrAfOLELU-lit;'Killla,No. T.'
1714. Waiwal, No. 44. s .Hf--f Kr-
BMroi iT00LUL(J 3"li,Jan GMt.
I ilrew ?rONO!.UHJ -K4, La X Ky.
and, per Lesson.
B
EST. Eg ifoh Pvt-ilsMti CmmhUPot-
sy ?x jBuutiava i,u.

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