ItlRBCTOROFTlfE GOVERNMENT PRESS
"WHDNHSDAY, ATOIL 5, 1871.
, &e Tib ittet-. bete g Good Fbidit,
till that Bo pablic tratioeee will be
, Ml IM all 6overamet OStes will be
8e. W. Hfrem,
Mhsttlir of Interior.
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MiuTXhntM ftts way beee tpfoteted to
Is fee Butriet f Waia-
Jso. S. DewxM,
6ovir f Oihu.
, lies. D. Ki-
uun veKaetaa Iiiuwi of Oetm.
Jfso. O. Doxims,
frotersor of Oaba.
i are BotKeel that an In-
per Met an their Serbeerrptiobs i
fax. Fayeaea will be made at the
Itaaaarv tMaa, aai Swam Hi in are requested to.puy
I i aH mm ar We tin 1Mb af April.
J. Jdorr Ssira,
Mi Dieter af Finance.
lis Xajmtt Uie Iu'g sailed on Saiur.
day last in hie schooner, tlie Pauahi, for
iiis estate oai XoeokaL A salute of twenty-one
gaaa 8rei from the battery on
Pane Bawl ni the time of embarkation.
Kirovnr, Liquid n, GaxoIInc,
FortaRMtnly, notwithstanding the al
most MaiTeMaU c joC kerosene in this
Kiajplaa, sreU few if auy accidents have
mx-wival from exptofiong of that material.
lln manuntr from .accident is probably
owing, w a great degree, to the care
takes bj- die importers that none but
iIkwt fjliriaii wuicii are known to be
romjMratively cafe shall be brought to
thr mmtkfL. Another oattso of our im
MWaitT from eeidnt from the general
uf k the extrade of Petroleum is that
it hac boeai almcMt entirely confined to
'what ia known me kerosene, the most safe
f any ated for illuminating purposes.
This article cm he Made, and Is made by
a few BaaaMthcturers of burning fluids,
KaJfcaoMtly Am from Xaptlta or Benzine,
(the acploaiv etewetit of Polroletun,)
to be readered a safe article for ordinary
use, itli ordinary care. But there are
many laiinfattiiiTrs who, for the sake of
making the article eheajver by a few cents
a saltoa. send into the market a most
Jauj,ueic erpkwivc material by which
handreds of lives are yearly sacrificed,
and haoinds of disastrous fires originated.
Bat still wore dangerous fluids aro pro
duced aad sold in quantities to the
public for illami lulling lwrpoeas, among
whirh are liquid Gas and Gasolin?, which
are also tlrMilWukms of coal-oil, and which
are alatoxt jture Naphtha or Benzine,
and mar he conndered only less dangcr
oera to he handled and used by the general
public than NHro-Glycerinc. Although,
as jet, these articles have not come into
anything like general use, still the acci
dents which havo occurred from their
liaaited nee k startling. In speaking of
there dangerous fluids, the Baltimore
eavs: "Under the mask of
some mneifl name, the dealers in a mate
rial more hazardous than gunpowder se
ra r4r shelter themselves, and reckless of
coneeqnencee, ocket tltbir ill-gotten gains.
They are perfectly wall aware that the
lighter dfetillatwii3ilcoal-oil, which arc
known under tho names of Xaptha, Gas
oline, Beniine, or whatever else, arc not
the less bacardous because disguised un
der r.orue irandalent and delusive name.
Yet, to make thorn still more deceptive,
ther awal theatfelrcs of the fact that in
lower temperatures a lighted match may
-with imtmnity be plunged into these
oak, and they parade the experiment ac-
COTSlgRglj. Xo TRUSTWORTHY
MMMBrS HAS VKT BBSX DISCOVERED TOR
RKNaBKtK THBfrG 0313 SAFE AND "0N-
In Chicago, in 1SV0, out cf the 700
S'W whteh occurred, 3G were caused by
lamp exDtoflons. In Baltimore, out of
ITS fires, -5- were from the same cause.
The Fire Marshal of fcw York, in his ;
for 1S70, makes the following rc
pm this subject :
" The ofHe and the nnmberof Gres caused
itf At Saayereas corapeeads fold and used for
iUaaaiB'ia porpoees. under tie names of kero
sene bqad fas. gaiolioe. patent safety pas, &c,
are iaereajieg at a Fetrfal rate. Paring tlie year,
taw seee 116 Bres caused by kerosene, and 41
bjr hsaid gxx. pasoHac, ic making a total of 1ST
at, bewg- IS per cent, of tlie apprpgato number,
aad ao iacrcase of 7ti per cent, from last year.
The Mesber of lives lost by these &re3 vras 17,
aa iacreafe of 70 per cent, from last year, thus
dnwieg that tbe laa of life increased in exact
preperiMa to tbe nomlier of fires. In thU con
oectien. 1 take the liberty of referring to the able
report on "The quality of kerosene oil sold in
tbe Metropolitan district," made by Professor C.
H. Chandler. Chemist, ot tbe Metropolitan Beard
of Heahh. in January. 16C9. 1'fco total number
of samples collected from different dealers in the
city by his orders, and tested by him, was C36.
Of Jiese 21 were safe oils, and 615, or upwards
of 9C per cent of the whole number, dangerous
sod oasafc. In an article on Dangerous Kero
secfe," in the America Chmiisi for October last.
Professor Chandler says: "Liquid gas is the
nest dangerous oil cow in use ; it is simply pure
aaptba or benzine, a few per cent, of whidi led
is kerosene oil makes it unsafe." And yet we
tod in his report that seven samples of kerosene
tested by him " contained from 2 to 90 per ceut.
of beazine. gasoline and naptha." TThat'pnmsb
itcesftissnSiciently severe for the Sends who thus
delberatcly spread death and destruction thro'aji
o! the eommaaity reordering helpless women
ctildren tor a diSrence of fire cents a gallon
Id the east of dacgerros and safe kerosene."
T3jc following, from tbe Chicago Cn
idc, will give some idea of the dangerous
character of tfie fluid known as Gasoline,
which we are sorry to sar has bee.n to it
limited extent introduced here :
Gisouxe Kxplosiox. An explosion of this
inflammable substance occurred in St. Louis on
tbe 8th insL A can. filled with the burning fluid,
was left upon the table, the Etopper having been
removed. It evaporated and filled the room with
the vapor, and when the ssrvani girl opened the
kitchen door, holding in her hand a lighted can
dle, tbe gas took fire and exploded with a loud
report, setting fire to the girl'a clothing, and
barning her so terribly that Ehe died in two
foetus utter the accident."
It is to be observed that a fearful num
ber of lives are lost from these burning
fflni'd oxplflsions in comparison to those
lost in other fires. In Brooklyn, last year,
twenty persons lost their lives from this
cause, there being during the year, thirty
one kerosene explosions so called, but
which probably included all the varieties
of fluids of this class.
"We close our extracts from the various
reports and papers, by tnving the remarks
on the subject, of the Fire Marshal of
Philadelphia, in his report for 1870:
"Explosions ol adulterated kerosene, and reck
lessness in the use ot uenzinc, naptna, anu gas
oline, and the fabrication from these hazardous
products of petroleum, by mercenary and unscru
pulous speculators, of numerous Taney burning
fluids, some of which are as explosive as gunpow
der, and palming them off upon unsuspecting
tradesmen and housekeepers as the cheapest and
safest illuminators thereby introducing into
stores, shops and factories of merchants and me
chanics, and the households of innocent people,
dreadful agents of business hazards and domestic
calamities. I'nblic safety and humanity alike de
mand the passage of rigid legal enactments, and
the appointment of upright and reliable executive
officers to enforce them, against the making and
vending of all impure and perilous articles for
"With these examples before them, peo
ple should redouble their care in the use
of these dangerous articles. There is com
paratively little danger in the best qual
ities of korosene, although the most care
fully and honestly prepared oil requires in
its use, constant care. A few simple ob
servances in the care of kerosene lamps
will go far to insure safety in their use;
among which we will mention that a light
should never be blown out, but should be
turned down until the light is extingushed.
A kerosene lamp should never be carried
about in the hand, lighted; the larup
should not be allowed to burn until the
oil is nearly exhausted, and, above all,
should never be filled while Amrning.
The Civil Service itefbriii.
AVc give our readers some short ex
tracts from an article in the last number
of the AT A. Jtevieic, entitled "Civil
Service lleform." The article is written
by Hon. Jacob D. Cox, formerly Secre
tary of Interior, he having been called
to that office by General Grant upon his
advent to the Presidency.
He came into the Cabinet imbued with
the opinion that the Civil Service needed
reforming, and that as an honest officer
and true patriot, ho was bound to carry
on the public work in the most efficient as
well as the most economical way. He
sot himself, therefore, to the correcting of
abuses, which were so flagrant as to pre
clude all hope of improvement of the
service, with the determination to make
but few removals from office. The same
party elected him that had elected lib
predecessor, and most, if not all, those in
office claimed to be good Republicans.
But 20,000 hungry applicants at Wash
ington on the 4th of March, reinforced
by the thousands during the first weeks
of the Administration, created such a
pressure that when the few removals
deemed politic and necessary had been
made, it was found impossible to stop the
current. The party leaders demanded
changes, not so much for reason of polit
ical heresy of those in office as from the
urgent clamors of their needy followers,
and as the Democrats were not in power,
it was a case of one wing of the Repub
lican party devouring the other.
Secretary Cox attempted reform in his
Department by taking appointments into
his own hands; by instituting methods
for determining the competency and char
acter of the applicants; and by refusing
to accept the dictation on Congressmen or
others. He was making thorough work,
but the reformer was ahead of the times,
and tho result was, that he was called
upon to desist, or rctiro from the Cabinet.
He chose the latter alternative.
The article therefore may be considered
as authoritative in its facts, and as exhib
iting, from an interior stand-point, the
abuses and mischiefs that have crept into
the administration of public affairs in the
U. S. from the adoption of tho party doctri
ne, " to the victor belongs the spoils." So
long'as the nation was rich and prosperous,
this corruption and mismanagement did
not attract public attention, but the load
of a war debt, with its necessity of heavy
taxation, brings to light the enormous
cost to the nation of its civil service, as it
has, been managed in the past. Mr.
Jcnckcs, in the House, and Mr. Schurz,
in the Senate, have taken up this reform
in earnest, and have introduced bills to
do away with the abuses.
It is probable that tho Reform -will
come into prominence in the next Presi
dential canvass, for the press, as well as
many public men, are declaring them
selves favorable to its immediate consider
ation. The article will amply repay pe
rusal, but our space will permit of only
brief extracts relating to one or two of
the points discussed :
" The mischiefs and abuses in the present sys
tem have becomo gradually known, until at length
it seems to be almost universally recognized that
our civil service, as it exists, is little better
than a nuisance that must be thoroughly re
formed, unless we are to admit that Republican
government is a failure in the ordinary business
administration .'of, public affairs.!?, ,
" Oa the'jidvent of every adminbtratjon, the
capital swarms with crowds of officoeekers,
applying for every imaginable place, from a di
plomatic position at a foreign court, to a mesenger.
ship in a department at home. They come armed
with recommendations and credentials which ex
perience has proven to be worthless as evidences
of character or capacity, but which certify on
vheir face, that the bearer is one of the most ca
pable and deserving of men whose labors in the
election of the in-coming President were of the
most signal and decisive value.
"The President's balls and ante-rooms are
thronged by the applicants, the more fortunate
or importunate pressing their Senator or Repre
sentative into the service, to introduce them and
stand sponsors for their merits and claims. The
facility with which written recommendations are
procured, leads to duplicity on tbe part of the
persons giving Idem, anu it is no uncommon
thinir for one who has written n high eulogium
upon the character and acquirements of a place
hunter, to write a private note begging that his
formal indorsement may not be regarded as of
any weight, or to seek a private interview, in
which he will state -that tbe person is quite
the reverse of tbe picturo drawn of him in the
" Tbe President and hi3 Secretaries mnst re
ceive the endless tide of applicants, listening to
the praises spoken by an official friend, with,
perhaps, a note from the same official in the
drawer of tne table at wnicn tuer sit, contrauici
ine everv word of the high panegyric so glibly
poured into their ears, and with a feeling of
wearied disgust at the necessity of receiving
with equal serenity the hypocritical praises and
lurtive denial ot them Irom tne same lips. .Mr.
Lincoln's grim joke about deciding between ap
plicants by the avoirdupois weight of their
recommendations, was, like, many of his jokes, a
most keen satiro upon the ntter worthlesiiiess of
this mode ot determining a mans Illness lor
public office Yet when once it is regjrded
settled that official positions are to be distributed
anew by every administration among "it? friends,"
there is little better ttial can be done.
" Despair of reaching satisfactory results, be
gets carelessness and haste in disposing of what
is unpleasant business at best; and tbe time
when it can be announced that all vacancies are
filled, is looked forward to as a comparatively
bliuful future, in which the real business of the
country may receive thought and attention. That
time, however, does not come. No sooner is a
man in place, than bis rivals or enemies are on
his track, ready to prove that he was tbe most
unfit person that could be chosen, and that the
party will be utterly demoralized it ho is not to-
stantly removed and his place given to another.
II a month or two were all that is wasted in this
employment, it would be bad enough ; but the
truth is, that by Tar the larger part of the tune
of the President, and nil the members of his
Cabinet, is occupied by this worse than useless
drudgery, during the whole term of his office.
and it forms literally and absolutely the sta
ple of their work. It is, therefore, no figure of
speech to say that the administering the Govern
ment means the distribution and re-distribution
of its offices, and that its diplomacy, finance.
military, naval and internal administration are
the minor affairs which the settledpolicy of the
country has relegated to such odds and ends of
time as may be snatche'J from tbe greater cares
"Members of Congress do not escape from
similar burdens. Their tables are piled with
letters of applicants. At the beck of some local
politician, whose influence at homo must be
courted or feared, they leave their seats in the
Senate or House, and visit the White Ilonse, or
oneTjf the Departments, to introduce their im
portunate neighbor, and say everything in bis
behalf which the utmost straining of conscience
" Suppose a President to have determined to
use his patronage to enforce a policy, or to secure
a re-election, the bargaining for appointments
becomes at once a systematic bribery, scarcely
more disguised than the system ef corruption
introduced into the Knglish Parliament under
the vt alpole .Ministry." " When the
I resident determines to Ufo the patronago at
his disposal for personal or party purposes, it
results, practically, in farming it out to Members
of Congress. He may retain the right to favor
special personal friends and retainers, hero or
therp, or allow hl3 Cabinet officers to do tho
same br theirs, but his will amount to but a
drop in the bucket. The influences most nseful
and most formidable to the Kxrcutire are in
The result of the system is summed up
in the following passage :
"A corrupting distribution of patronage is
the natural and almost inevitable result of tho
common purpose of office-holders to preserve
their places : and it we once admit that a 1 resi
dent may use his appointing power as a party
machine, or to lnlluence bis own re-election, an
inexorable logic carries us to tbe conclusion that
it is admissible and proper for a Congressman to
use his share of the patronage in the same way.
and to perpetuate his power by the ostracism of
every independent and sell respecting man in his
district, whilst the whole favor and influence of
the Government is given to the circle of obse
quious followers, who are prompt to wheel or
face, when they receive tho order from their
commander. Out of the common purpose to
keep themselves in power, which rules the pro
fessional politicans, has grown the custom of
levying assessments upon oUice-hoiders ot all
giades. "1 he party, ' in the main, has como to
mean nothing but the organized company of
" The remedy is to be found in the adoption
of this principle in brief: Admission to the Civil
Service only upon the results of a compctitve
examination, open to all ; and dismission only
npon ascertained failure of capacity or character.
" It was at a meeting at Klgin, in Scotland, in
September last, that Mr. Lone, tho Chancellor
of Exchequer, was able proudly to say : ' We
have thrown open the whole public service, not
to the privileged classes, but to the people at
large to those who possess industry and ability
among tbe lowest classes just as well as amorg
tho highest. I think the greatest benefit of this
measure is, that we have withdrawn patronace
from the dominion of party and have given it to
the people.' It will be a proud day for the
American people when one of its statesmen can
truthfully take up these words and declare, ' We,
too, havo withdrawn patronage from the doninion
of party, and have given it to tho people.' "
The Clisiritablc l-'siir.
On Monday evening next, at the resi
dence of Madame Ballieu, a charitable
Pair will be held for the benefit of those
who have suffered by the late war in
Prance. In the Departments of France
which have been overrun by the invading
armies the utmost destitution prevails, and
thousands upon thousands of the poor in
habitants are suffering from want. In
England and the United States, every
thing is being done to relieve these poor
sufferers, and ship-loads of provisions and
other necessaries are being forwarded
from the ports of both countries. We
read in the papers, of one man, Mr. A. T.
Stewart of New York, sending 4,000 bar
rels ot flour, and of other private individ
uals, societies and communities, contribut
ing munificently to the relief of the suf
ferers. Wc sincerely hope that the peo
ple of Honolulu will, in this instance, sus
tain the reputation they have earned of
being always ready to administer relief
to the distressed, by rendering such sub
stantial aid to Madame Ballieu as will en
able her to send to her distressed conntry
people the assistance which her efforts in
their behalf deserve. Ye understand that
the Committee will meet at Madame Bal
lieu's on Thursday (to-morrow) evening.
It is possible they may decide to'dTspose
of the goods by sale at the tables and by
auction and lottery.
EST QUALITY ASH. assorted sties, say from
10 to 22 feet.- For tale by
12 BOLLES A CO.
PATENT AND PLAIN BUSHED, assorted slues,
single, doable asd three fold. For Sale by
12 BOLLES 4 CO.
Y. M. C. A. READINGS.
ON THURSDAY EYE.. APRIIj th,
. ; 'At J o'dock, at the
OXiT 3YT I I C BJLZjXj,
"The Beatha CIiine,V BreU
Mr. Edward Prestoa "The Camberwell Beauty,"
Kev. II. JI. Parker "Eeautifal Snow."
Mr. L. McCnllj "The Eirchington Brother!," In
Music daring the ereDiag. Admit lion fifty cent.
Season Tickets, two dollars. Tickets can be procured
at Cattle A Cooke's, S. O. HiU A. Son's, II. M. Whit
nej's and T. G. Thrnm's. It
NOW LANDING EX 'SYREN,'
QASES PEMBROKE TABLE SALT,
Kitts No. 1 Mackerel,
Kitts Xo. 2 Mackerel,
CatesTrettoa t Merrill's Teast Powder,
Cases Lewis' Tomato Ketchap,
Cases True LemonSyrnp.
Also on hand,
Tierces pare Cider Vinegar,
Boston Sugar Cared Hams, ia brine.
Etc., etc, etc.
For sale at lowest rates at the Family Grocery and
Feed Store, 52 Fort st.
12-2t JUDD & LAYTOM.
'filOK SAjE BY
BOLLES t CO.
50 Bales Oat Hay,
TECEIVED PEIt D. C. MURRAY, from San
AAj Frtncisco. Tbe best quality in tbe market. For
Sale bj 12 BOLLES -A CO.
Golden Gate Flour.
I7UTRA FAMILY. BAKERS EXTRA, AXD
!i SUPERFIXE. For Sale by
12 BOLLES A. CO.
DIRECT FROM PORTLAND, OREGON, per
Oats, Salmon, Hams, Bicon, Lard, Dried
Apples, &c, &c.
12 B0LLE3 A CO.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO i
OFFER FOR SALE-
STEAMER MOSES TAYLOR !
ENGLISH FANCY PRINTS
BLACK COBURGS and
FINE COLORED AND BLACK MERINDES
Black Thibets and Cashmeres, Black Italians,
White Moleskins, Victoria Lawns,
Plain and Checked Nainsooks,
White Marseilles and Sateens, Fine Spot Net,
White and Colored Cambrics, Silk Illusioo,
Black Crape, Blue a White Flannel, Wool Barege
COTTON, ITALIAN CLOTH AND SILK UMBRELLAS.
Entoutcss, Suspenders, Ac. Ac.
Genuine Lubln's Extracts,
Hair Nets in great variety.
A fine assortment of Braids and Trimmings,
Black and Colored bilk llibbons.
Ladies1 Fine Collars, Cutis and Veils.
Insertions and Edgings, India Bobber Chains,
India llnbber Kar Kings, lied rnnges,
India Rubber Belts, Ac.
iJao,"On TTnTi c3.,
SHEET LEAD, IRON PIPE
Shot, Percussion Caps, Gunpowder,
Unndstones, Jewabarpj, do.
Best English Hoop Iron,
3-1 inch and 7-8 inch.
Iron Wire of all sixes. Fencing Wire, Copper,
n-i ' . i T n: j tr:..!
uaivaDiieu ivu npci ami
'Candles, Salad Oil, Mnstard Camphor.
Chains, 3-8 and 7-16 inch,
Best English I. It. Beltin;, 4-ply. 4 t 6 in wide,
Vial?, 3 oi, G oz and 8 oi. Copy Books,
Letter Paper, Wrapping Paper, etc.
Genuine Rhine Wines
as Rndesheimer, Deideshcimer, Kiersteiner.
Ilaat Santerns, Chatean d'Tquem,
liaat iJariae, l'ontct uanei, bt. J alien.
Martell's and Otard Dnpo'u A Co.
Port Vti23.o, Modoira, eJbc.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS !
HENRY I. NOLTE
HAS JUST RECEIVED BT THE '
"Ka Moi," and Other Late Arrivals,
A Large Asssortment of Choice
and Manila CIGARS !
THIS BEST S3IOICISG ASD CnETTIjra
AND A 8PLENDID LOT OF
The Best erer Offered in this Market,
Constantly on hand, the Celebrated
Creen Seal and Diamond Head
For Sale at the Cogee Saloon, comer c-fXan
& a and Queen Streets.
l,D CAST IROS.W2 to I cent per lb
rirta, according to quality, br the
10-St HONOLULU IEOS WORKS CO.
In Aid to tho French Widows'
Orphans' Relief Fund I
Will be held at MADAME BALLIEU'S Residence,
in Nananu Valley, on Monday, the 10th of April.
1. At Si p. a., Exposition of the Go ds, which are
to be told at auction "oj Madame Ballien, assisted
by Mr. Bartow : Sereral fancy articles made by
some CT the ladies of Honolulu, the Sisters of the
Sacred Hearts, English Sitters of Mercy, and her
self; and other things for ladies, gentleiaen and
children, tach as engrarlngs, books, music, curiosi
ties, toyt, etc.
2. A lottery of three raluable tui curions articles.
At tho conclusion of the lottery, will be placed at
the disposal of the guets. under the management of
a Committee of yoang ladies and gentlemen, the pro
ceeds of which will be placed for the abore named
' Widows' and Orphans' Relief Fund,"
A LARGE AND CHOICE SUPPER I
Provided by Madame Ballieu,
Wines and .ill kinds of refreshments.
Card tables In the Saloons games of rarioas
A Piano and an Organ for playirg.
The Hawaiian llnnd will also be heard on
this occasion. A Urge tent Will be put up for the ac
commodation of all pertonr who will come, being de
sirous to show their charitable rentiments towards the
suffering of their fellow creatures.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
The Basis of Our Business.
FIRST To Man (.fact nrc 11 nch Books and SU
t loo fry u can t? done brre tu well u elsewhere, and
thereby directly benefit our customer and oaraelTej.
SECOND. To Hay and Sell Books and S tail on -tiocery
ao aa to make it to the interest of dealers and consum
ers to come to ua In preference to tend! ox; Ernst,
43" We manuftxtare and import ererj description of Eta
tiooery, carrjrlog laige stuck of Paper, Envelopes and Blank
Books of our own manufacture. Inks, Mates, etc
43 Orer 1,W0 varieties of Blank forms kept la Stock
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
12-ly San Francesco, Cat
TIN, ZINC AND C0PPEK SMITHS, AND
SHEET IE0N W0RKEBS,
Nananu Street, between Merchant and Queen.
IlaTe constantly on ban J, Stoves. Pipe. Galvanized
Iron Tipe, 'Iain and Hose BIblts,Stop-cocks, India
Bobber Hose iWst S-ply. In lengths of 25 and 50
feet, with couplings and pipe complete. Bath-Tubs,
and also Terr large stock of Tinware of ererr de
Tartlcular attention given to Ship-Work. Orders from the
other Islands will be carefully attended to.
Thankful to the Citizens of Honolulu and the Islands
generally for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by
strict attention to business to merit tbe same for the future.
H. HACKFELD CO
Offer for Sale,
Hawaiian Bark ' KA MOI,'
ASSORTMENT of GOODS
Selected with Great Care
FOR THIS MARKET
ENGLISH rillNTS, Fancy Lilac, fc Monrning,
b'airsing Prints, Twilled chintz Prints,
Fancy Muslins. Victoria Lawns, mosquito netting,
Superior black Cobonrg, black Alpacca,
French Merinos and Crape, woolen dress Qoods,
Black and bine Broad Cloth,
White Shirting and Longcloth,
Turkey Red Cloth,
Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, beary
Brown and Bluo Cotton, Ticking,
Blue Denims, rery beary.
Blankets, large size assorted colors,
Bleached Linen Sheeting,
. -Blue Alhimbra Red Quilts,
White Bed Quilts,
Fine Linen Imperials,
White Linen A Cotton Turkey Towels,
Superior Linen Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red A Yellow Ud'kfs.
Plain White Flannel,
Blue Twilled Eaiony Flannel,
Whits Merino ocks. ,
Ladies' White Hose,
Fancy Damask Table Corers,
Black Silk Neckties,
Fancy Alpacca Blouses,
Fine Linen Bosom Shirt,
White Cotton Shirts,
" Fancy Calico Shirts,
Hcary Merino Under Shirts,
Silk I'm'itr Under Shirt. "
' Thrown Cotton Under Shirts,
Turkey Red Suspenden,
UlacK bilk umurenas.
Black Silk Elastics,
Blue Cotton Thread.
Woolen A Cotton Girths, "
Boiled Linseed Oil.
Whilo Zinc Paint,
Ground White LeaJ, Red Oebre.
and Venetian' Red.
Burlaps, Sail Twine,
tscotcn tiers? usnrii,
Russia Duck, light A heary.
Bright Fencing Wire,
Hoop irsn, irom j in. w it '
Tinned Saucepans with Corers,
Gilranized Gas Pipe, J to J In.
Galraniied Iron Buckets and Tubs,
Cabin Lamps and Lanterns,
C. C. Iron with brass guards. ,
Fine Pocket K'nires and Steel Scissors,
" French Pease aa natarel.
Malaga and Sultana Ratlins,
Carrants in Jars,
Curry Pnwd:r, t
Eejsenets of Shcld Almonds.
Sausages in Tins,
Wilt-hire Loaf Cheese,
Dutch Loaf Cheese,
Malt Vinegar in Demijohns and Barrels,
Cream of Tartar, ,
Gin in Baskets and Boxes,
Rum in Barrels,
India Cop A Co., Ale,
Claret in Boies.
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps,
DonTille Irish Whiskey,
Mirile norse Rope,
Titeb. in half Barrel,
Portland Cesieatr- . : KrX?iav
Fire Bricks iqore aad as,itJC'r
Blacksmith Coal, . '-' '" --- J'
Munts Yellow Metal and Composition Nails,
Best RiHe Powder In lb Tint, .
1,000 bbU New Oil Ebookt,
1 00 Tons West Hartley Steam Coal. 34a
UNITED STATES, HEW ZEALAND
Australian Steamship Line of New York.
Tho Splendid American Steamship
Due hero from San Francisco on the 16th of April,
The Port of Honolulu on the 17th of April,
Auckland, tVcvr Zcnlanrl,
IyltIeton, IVctr Zealand,
Port Chalmers, A. Zealand,
Connecting with Steamers for and from
Sydney, rVcw Sontlt Wales,
For Freight or Passage to ports of New Zea
land, apply to U. HACKFELD A CO..
11 3m Agents.
HAWAII AH PACKET LINE.
For San Francisco
THE FINE PACKET BARK
D. c. murrayII
N. T. BENNETT . .MASIER
Will POSITIVELY Sail for the abore Port
On SATURDAY, April IStls, 1871.
For Freight or passage, having superior accommo
dations fur Cabin and Steerage Passengers, apply to
11 WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
For Victoria, B. C.
THE FINE BRIG
CALHOCTT, ...... Moiler,
Will hare immediate dispatch for the above port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WALKER A ALLEN,
THE FINE BRITISH DARQUE
A castlehow, &
CAMl'IlEltL, ------- Master.
Is now loading for the above port, and will be de
spatched on or about baturday, toe 1st or Aprui.
For Freight, apply to
7 TIIEO. H. DAVIES, Agent
THEO. II. DAVIES
FOR SALE THE CARGO
-OF THE FINE-
CLIPPER BARK "DELTA!"
A 1 AT LLOYD'S.
This Vessel will be Due in March,
AND HAS A FULLY
Selected for this Market!
Two Elegant Park Phaetons,
Suitable for Double and Single Harness,
Ransomo, Sims & Co's Heavy Plows,
ONE TRASH TURNER, Ac ALSO,
THE FINEST BRANDS OF BOTTLED ALE,
BASS' ALE, IND COOP A CO'S ALE,
Derenish's Celebrated Champagne Ale,
A FEW OP HeONIE'S COOLERS.
ALSO ON HAND,
One McOnie's Train of Carrom Pans,
AND ONE JlcONIE'S CLARIFIER.
FOR BALE BY
2 THEO. H. DAVIES.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
MAKE ALL KINDS OF
JfjJ ACHISEEI1Y, STEAM E.M1I.1ES,
Sugar Stills, Wind Hills,
, Centrirogal Jlachtues, '
Tanks, Smoke Stacks,
And all kinds of heavy Sheet Iron Work.
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND LEAD,
Maie to order, aud particular Attention paid to
Anthracite, Cumberland and Soft Coal,
On baud and Ia tale. Also,
Valres, Cocks, aod Eras Work of all kinds.
: Centrifagal VTtre Clottis, of Tarloua mesbec.
fli fxcklsx. Rubber packing and UIUdj.
Piptoy. Elbows, Tees. Heads. Mpples, 4c
fiteam aod Water Gaugec,
Eoller Tnbtag, Tarlons sixes.
Sb&fUng, Bar, Plato and Angle Irou.
Pig Iron fcr ballast, gerap Iron.
'oU, Bolti, Waibers, Rlitu.
FIRE CLAY, FULL ASSORTMENT OF STEEL
HEW and SECOHD HAND MACHI5EEY.
Perforated Brit Plates for CentrifagaU.
1 Task Jutte rump, 1 Small slaed Bojcu Mill.
1 Small tiled Sugar MM tx cattle power, second baud,
1 Horizontal Slttus Euglo. 10x11. second hand, -STnrbiee'WiMeUftrroD&iageeBtrifsgal.
with, to Ui
bead of water
1 IWlInz dowo apparatus, tur tallow,
1 Ucriat.'3wUr, a bore newer,
I SmsljTBjula Boiler, i bone power,
iV. 38. pfawSnjj asd Wood Worjt
IXECyTZD TO OCBEJt,
Tor which tie Works bare ssctuai ttdlUiee, '
U AUXUCDEB TOCSO, Minify.
- -.Ts i- -ct " , jSiau Oils
rOKSALEBT' - -
A. TT. PIEHCE A CO
LEGAL NOTICES. -
IX THE .HATTER Or til Gnardlanthlp or
theCundleaertkvUleUGOKOK IIID. f Ueaslala.
deceased. BtK.ee I too. ZUaita H. jra. In Prbata.
OnreadtBt: M)d Hung the reOtioo of JIaKT Z B20WT,
prwyine that H. B. Dole Bar be appolEad Onardiu af lh
ChlUrro of tli UteGEOEUE ISUO. W fcraw haskad.
and that tba xul Ouaniiaa. when so appoint!, ma b ea
sowerfi to tell and convey the interest oi the QWUresi tt the
said GEO ROE rCtEL In and to the fmaUtm tltcatai on
BJeberd Street, la lie Citj r K-Miiala:
IT IS ORDERED b.T tbe (Wl t!rU SXTCKVXT. th 31
dir of April iv-1, at 10 tckxk A. 31.. at taa Ouort Uoa
Ja tbeQtj-of Honolata, be the time aal place tar ftwvrtac
tbe mM petition and a!! aljwUaa thereto, and lht SMlr of
the said hearing; be aim bj publication ot ihie Order be tho
Hawaii Guam fur three taciettf re wreka prtTloaa to tha
Sated at llonolalo, tie S9th day ef March. UT1.
lMt Depaty Ci k mt the grrrin tort.
SUI'KEHE COCK? OF-THE IIAWAI1AX
ISLANDS. In Probtte. la the nutter r Urn Eaue jf
MANUEL SILVA, of Masoa, Ileaolala, Jmuwt.
Ordr apparatus; Tim lor Probate ef Will aai dtrjettng-
Fubllcatlon of Notice of the ram.
A Doenmeatfarportine to be the tact WHl and Ttetaoeak
of Maoeel SItra, decvated. baviaz oa the 2d day ef Starch.
A. D. IST1. been pareeated to nut Probtte Chart, aad a peti.
tion for the probate thereof, and Cr the btaaaee of Lets
Testamentary to llele .tea. aad aa- racmtkwt ef tho Letter
cf Administration to Prank 1L Harris taring hm a4 br
It in hereby ordered, that THCRSDAT, the 13th day af
April, A. D. 3 8TI, at 10 eretock A. M. of tali day, al the CVert
Boon! of taid Court, at tbe Coart tioaee ia tlowotoht. ha asrd
the tame it, hereby appointed the time fee pruTlag taal WW
and heerieg taid application, when aod where aay pwrt t
teretted may appear aad contest tali WtU, aad tfc eTaattac
of Letters Teetamentary.
Ititrartherordeml, that notice hereof he greet pahKnt
tion, f r three tuccettiro weeka in the lUwanxs Qisrrt a
newrpaper printed and pabikhed in ILntuia!. e
And it it farther order!, that citeltau bo lee4 to tho
tubecrtblag: witaenet to eU win, aad to freak H. tlarrie.
Administrator, to tppear and conteet tho probata of taid WtB.
at the time appointed.
Dated Uoaolalu, 1L L, Harsh 3. 1ST!.
ALFRED S. nARWZLL.
Attest. Jnttlce ef tne SeprcMCoart,
ll-3t Wttraa K. Pail, Depa ty Clerk.'. jT.
"JSaJOTlCK. In the matter ot the Eetal. of
At t.-TT. I.ICKU, ttte of lltmtkoa. tlawtil. at LTO..1.
Application having been made to the agdaretcned hr-Reo.
C K. Bitbop, W. L. Gieta aad Francis "pearrr. that Soaiael
F. ChUlinarwo'th be appointed AdmtnUtrmtor to the aim
named Ettate. notice U hereby given to all whom tt taav con
cern, that TIlORiDAT, April 'JOth, 1371, at mt'aut P.
M at the Court IIoom In Walmea, IltwalL ta tho tUoa aad
place appointed for the hearing ef taid apptlcatioa aitd aay
objectlont that may be made thereto
CHARLES FBEDE1UC HART,
Circuit Jodga, 3d JadkiatamJt.
Snath Eot a. Hawaii. March 13, 1JT1, lust
NOTICE In tbe matter of tbo Kalatet of
I. W. IACKEA, late of Ilamakna, UiwaH. dtctod.
Application having brea made to the audtTtiaoed by Peal
Itnkea and I. W. llonnaiwa, that lby be appelated Admia
UtraWrt to the abore named Etttte. notice le hereby gfvea
ta all whom It may concern, that TllOtUDAT, April 3nt.
IST1. at rne o'clock P. II. at tho Court lleato la Wamee.
Illand of Hawaii, it the time and place appotwted Jtr tho
hearing- or said application and any objection, that may ho
CHARLES FREDERIC HART.
Circuit Jajgw, Sd JedJelai OrenM.
South Kona, lUwtli, March IK ISt. 11 at
NOTICK.U'hereas proper npplication
has been made to the undersigned by Keaka.
(w.) for tbo settlement of the bonndariel of 3tslaai
kahlo I., eituated in the District of KohaJa. ItlanJ of
Hawaii, 3d J. C, notice ta hereby given to all parties
interested in tbo boundaries of the said laard. that
FRIDAT. thelitt of April, A. D. ISTl.tt l 'lotk
A. M-. is the dij and hour appointe-1 for lb settte
ment of tbe said boundaries, at the Court 11ms is
Waimea, South Kohala.
n. a. LrMAX.
Boundary Oorombiioner, 3d Jnd. Cire't.
Ililo, Hawaii, March 11. 1871. U K
NUTICU in hereby gircn to all partiea
interested in the settlement ef tbe boon, la tie t
of tho. lands of Kaapahu. and of half ef Malaoasa.
in tbo District of Hamakua, and of KeeJahewa 3rf.
and of l'uuepa, situated in the itktriet of Xottfc Ko
hala. that MONDAY, the 17th day of April, at
10 o'clock A. M., is the time set for the statement
of the boundaries of sttd lands, at tbe Court Ueste
in Waimca, South Kohala.
R. A. LYMAN,
Boundary Cotnmiasioner, Sd Jnd. Olre'L.
Kilo, Hawaii, March IJ, 1871. tl4t
Administrator's Notice I
la tbe matter of the Estate of Alexander White, J.
TIIK Urtdcrf iRncd, hnvtn; been Ualy ap
pointed AdminMratort of tb. bm Sttato,
with the Will annexed : All persons having- elatrat
against said Estate are hereby notified to peeoeat
their claims, duly authenticate!, to the Underttjnird
within two months from tbe date of the paLHeatiea
of this Notice ; otherwise, they will bo ferercr barre!.
All persons in possession of property betosijtist; ta
said Estate are notiSed to account far the tataa with
out delay. LCCr WHITE.
W. 0. SMITH.
Adm inii traders.
Moloaa, Kauai, Mar. 29, 1871. 1M
Estate of E. BROWN, deceased.
rpiIE UNUUItSIGNKU, EXCCOTIXIX of
X the Will of U. Brown, late of Henofara.deeeateuV
hereby gives notice to all persons hating eiatma
against tbe said estate.to present lbs sau within ttx
months from this date, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers, to S. B. Dole, Esq., at fait eftee in
Honolulu, or they will be forever barred. And aH
persons indebted to the abere estate are requested, to
make immediate payment to the said S. B. Dole. Eq
MAKY J. BROWN.
Honolulu, March 15, 1871. tMt
Notice to Creditors.
THE Undersigned, havinc been duly ap
pointed Administrator of the Estata of A K A.N A,
a Chinaman, lately deeeased at Kaaa, Hawaii, here
by notifies all creditors to present their claims to tho
the nndersigntd, or to A. F. JUDD, Fan,., duly au
thenticated and with tbe proper Touchers, within six
months from data or they will be forever barred.
Persons indebted to said Katat will plea make im
mediate payment. 11 EN II Y COOPER.
March 27, 1871. U 41
A. W. PEIRCtl & Co.
OFl'EIl FOIL HA LJ2
A General Assortment of Merchandise
Shipping and Local Requirements
10TTON' and Hemp DncJc, from 0 to 10,
HEMP MANILA CORDAGE, RL SIZES,
HEMP AND COCTOS TWUTE,
Spunyarn, Marlins, Hoailine, Seising Stuff, Caitlnr
rtu!, iinaie ui&t.
Patent. Iran Ftrann1 inil Ttn.k. 1 tn fa I-
Jib Hanks and Mast lloopr, '
sneaves. cusseci and patent j.
Hooka asd TbimUei, Connecting Sbaekte.
Boat Timbers, Stems and Stems.
Boat Boards, Oarj of ill len-ths. Rowlocks.
Bushings, Steering Brace., Boat NaBs.
Wrought Nails, Cat NtiltBivtU of all sbet.
Paints, of all Kinds I
Linseed, Kerosene, Whale and Sperm Oila,
Tar. Bright Tarnish. Pomp and Higgles Leather.
Copper aad Iron Tacks,
BREAD. FLOUR, IEEF AND FORK,
Preserved Meats, Pio Fruits,
Fickles, Green Cera and Peat,
Epicei, aad various other Groceries.
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES!
Peirce's Whaling Gat,
Table. Dairy, and Coaxe Bait, from the
Punloa Salt Works.
Perry Davit ds. Soua I'aln-Klllrr,
Various other Merchandise
Froia tie CaUiarsia, Eastern and Xarojeaa JCxiktU
33f Ordert from the other Island; carefully at
tended to. " 2
A TANXEK AX CUKRIER.-Apnlyto
i A. S- CLEG HORN.
11 ii A gent Walmea. Tannery.
FOR SALE I
TIIRKE CyliBdricalTanl,., T-lth &eTT'pTa!.
Capacity of each, 1X00 gallon,. Tor sale by li
11K llUOLULUIHUIt WOKKJJ W.
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