DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS
jftKUXESDAT, Aran, u
SeasRtac t HoM Bosdi ire notified that an is
stjdise&t of 2S r ct- en their Subscrietiet.s tt
lwtVj MM for. Payment will be made at tbe
Trtawfy OSee. aod SeVeribe rt art reejaested te pay
j-rtjmptlr on er before the 1Mb ef April.
J. Mott Svrrn,
Jliniittr of Finance.
Mi. W. C line hot thn day htrn appointed to
Mates; Weij;etj aad MeetOTH In tbe District oMTaU-
J. 0. DoHIXlS,
Oereraer of Oahu.
Gererner't OCee, April Jlh. 1671.
PoMstefniT iWm frm Heaelata, Hon. D. Kk
LlKdtu.wftl aet as Governor f Othu.
Jse. O. Deams.
Governor f Oahu.
GoTonatir OSk. April -lib. IS71.
It Is very evident tliat some ersons in
thSwmmBHUy itnsgTiH" that a large busi
ness in smuggling is carried on at this
port ; but it is not so evident that thoy
have any grounds hjkmi which to base
their charge. We, not having any connec
tion with the cifts, if class there be, that
makes a business of defrauding His 31a
jesty's revenue, can not sjMsak by the
book, and can not, terof&rc, roaVc our
deiiral as jiorftive as the charge. YVu
may, however, suggest that it would be
1ecettiiiig M?rsons cognisant of illicit traffic
to right the wrong by saying a word to
tlte Collector General, who is ever ready
to ) protect the rights of all imjwrtors.
Any jrson wlto will take the trouble to
cxamke tle "Iiiwanl Manifest" of am
or all " oar packets will be satisfied
that the mt "wrens jtackages procured by
tlie Cat,tam?, Parsers 'Stewards, are
entered according to law ; and we believe
tiwt as shrewd businw-s men as tlivy are
oofoeel to be, would not run the
risk of deloctioi in a smnegling oiiera
tkm, under our very moderate tarifi".
That tome jiersons who famish hats
.aud the more cxjwiisive lines of dry
goods, or leakages of corned beef or
obiter groceries, taw commonly on the .Man
ifests of the tmeketK in quantities to
Warrant the sttpjsosmwi tliat the goods
arc intended to fill orders for consumers
may liavc reason to complain, we will not
dispute. "We have always held that as a
rule, ersots who derive their income from
these Islands, should expend it here ; or,
in other words, " live aud let live," should
he ow motto.
-The ?Mortaeig of lines of communica
tion nlwsys tends to derange markets;
rates of profit Hiider the ohl order of
things are found to le impossible under
the new. Onr neighbors iu San Francisco
arc suffering under the derangement
caused by the completion of the railroad
which spaus tlte Continent of North Amer
ica. They can no longer realize a fortune
upon every commercial transaction. Trade
shckeited with them, and what little was
transact od was found to be with the
agents of the aggressive, shrewd and en
terprising merchants of Chicago and Xew
York. The merchants of San Francisco,
upon waking on the morning after the
Pacific Railroad was completed, found
that thereaftor, if they did any business
at all. they mast do it without demanding
from thoir customers a percentage of
profits unrea.-onably large; tliey found
that tliey must do business as people
did iu other centres of trade; that in
fact, they had no monojoly such as
they had before enjoyed, and that they
lnnst compete, even lianded, with the
great commercial centres of the Con
tinent. To continue: The agents of the
-Xcwjal'ork and Chicago merchants, with
samples iu hand, were enabled to take
"orderJSjnfl "place the goods on a specified
day, ana ata rate that seemed to threaten
tho rain of the com mission Itmises of San
Francisco. Merchants grumbled, but this
did not effect a cure of the evil; they
found that they mnst tradsaot bnsiness in
a maimer that wwtld justify a smaller
AVe belie re that the shortening of com
munication between this ort and the
centres of our supply has had much to do
with ihe stagnatioii now existing in busi
ness circles here. Our citizens visiting
San Francisco have been surprised at the
comparative st of articles consumed by
fnnifBes. and when the obliging officers of
the packets offer, for a small commission,
to jdace any article they may desire, it is
not ft range that so many little orders go
Again : After scanning a list of goods
supplied by the steward of one of our
packets, we arc satisfied that most of the
articles are not to be pro wired here, and
"If "they conld be, only at rate tliat would
seem to justify ordering them from abroad.
Parties dissatisfied with the business trans
acted by officers of the packets, instead of
aoGfjsmg them of a crime would, perhaps,
find a more ready cure lor the evil they
coraplain of fay importing the lines of
goods demanded, and by fixing a rate ofJthe nat;ve government by obtaining cer-pfolit-to
be reached by mentfefinerate 'themselves, ofaftSinis-
"Matters in Fijii begin lo arrest the at- j
tendon of the commercial world, and will '
continue to do so hi-reafter ia a greater !
degree, if the steamboats of the Austra-.
li.iu line shall make Levuka a way port.
There are at .present about 3,Q00 whites
living on the group. They are BuffijSently
awake to the advantages of steam connec
tion, to make hn effort towards securing it
by setting forth their resources and present
trade; and thcyhavc forwarded to the
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce a
nienmrial, together with specimens of
their products, with the hojw of securing
the favoring influence of that body.
Tliey have a small trade to offer, and a
considerable number of annual arrivals
and "departures of passengers; and had
they an organized government, would un
doubtedly hold out the further inducement
of a subsidy. As it is, they propose to
raise by subscription a sum of money, or
in the words of their memorial:
" Anxious and wiIHik; as we are to offrr a sub
sidy to Ifae new company, we can not afford to
do so at present, in the shape of cash; bat pledge
imrseirea to samiort your freight ami passenser
list. Nevertlwtesd. we have no ilnuM tliat within
twelve months the sen of $5,000 will be sab-scribed."
There is a very worthy show of public
spirit in this offer, and without doubt, if
the Steamers touch at their port, the- will
be called upon to raise the money.
Their trade, as we learn from the Fjii
Times, for the iast year, shows the fol-
lowiiif; figures :
"The arrivals of vessels for 1S70 number 158 :
tonnage, 20.000. Of this u umber. 4.1 were from
Sjpdaer. 8 from Melbourne. 43 from 2s ew Zealand.
2 from San Franrfcen. 1 from Honolulu, and the
balance from South Sea Islands. The departures
aarnber 118 ; toamge 18.000. Passentrera ar
rived, 1,093: departed. 2S7 : remiinim; in the
croap, 71G, Natives of the New Hebrides and
Kinjs Mills, brought in as laborers. 1.700.
" ihe exports mamir of cotton were 2.150
tales, of 400 H?. each, classed as follows :
500 at lOd. per lb S.333 6 8
500 at Is. fid. per lb 15.000 0 0
500 at 2s. per lb 20.000 0 0
500 at .!. r lt.- 30.000 0 0
150 at 4 per ib 12,400 0 0
Tetal estimated vakie
165 tone cucoauat nil
85.733 C 8
5.775 0 0
1.000 0 0
Total estimated vakie of exports. . 62.508 C 8
"1'be thonsawl poands fM'cellatttous exports
is Jar lertuife sfcell. o!ra. becJe-de-ir, fungus.
wod. c. 1b time, tbeae articles will be supple
meated with frnits. sulphur, sogar. india-raldier.
gams, tap'oea. arrow-root, lime-juice, eofiee, cot
ton seed, and tobacco, ia large quantities."
The development of the resources of the
Fijiis has been very rajiid-of late years,
especially since it has been proved that
Sea Island and other varieties of cotton,
of superior qualities, can be produced
largely ami profitably. Tlte plantations
are located on various Islauds, but their
produce is mostly sent to I.ovnka for ex
portation. Wo are surprised to learn that
in the last twelve months some five hun
dred new plantations have been o'lencd.
This indicates a large progress, though it
gives no definite idea of how many acres
are under cultivation, or how much cotton
will bo actually exported, or whether
these new beginners are taking up large
or small areas of land. AVc rcsiime
in the Fijiis, as in other new countries
distant from markets, it is much easier to
commence a plantation than it is to carry
it through successfully. A visitor, lately
there, says that though good lands arc to
he obtained at moderate rates, yet no
one ought to undertake to commence
cotton cultivation with a capilal in hand
less than J5500.
Levuka has lwcomc a town of about
700 white inhabitants. It has its stores,
shops, hotels, and weekly newspaper, and
is, 'withal, a growing, busy place. The
access to it from the son is easy iu all
weathers, or as tlie Memorial says:
-Tbe access and egress in and 'out of the
greap is easy eves now. From the Kastem or
.Maoaka passage (15 miles wide) to this port is
bat 150 aiiles. Vt ilh the usual trade winds and
under easy steam, even this distance can be ac
coaIUIied ia a few hours.
" A fight pi ced at the Island Iiithala. off
Maoaka Passage, would eoabie steamers to enter
the gmop at night.
" The port of lvnka is central and safe in all
weathers, if moderate care is observed. There
are two goid entrances, one and 11 holf and half
a mile wide ; the boldiu ground is good, and the
depth of water is from ten to thirty fathoms.
" I'ank Renters and two wharves fcftftate the
present traffic am. a fleet of seme sixty craft is
employed ia bringing prodece from the various
islands to Levoka,"
Hitherto, their commercial connections
Imve "been confined to Xew Zealand and
Australia, and most of the settlers have
come from those Colonies. Even if Le
vuka becomes a way port of the steamers,
the most of their trade will still continue
logo southward, as Auckland and Sydney
are their nearest markets, and can supply
them with European goods cheaper than
San Francisco can do.
"We notice that a movement is on foot
in Sydney, to urge the Xew South "Wales
Government to assume a protectorate over
the Ishinds. The native chiefs are not
averse to parting with a portion of their
authority for a centrally organized Gov
ernment which shall be able to enforce
its laws upon all classes resident iu the
group. At present, there is no code of
written laws, and the whites refuse to
reeognke the rule of the chiefs in matters
pertaining to their own interests; or in
dispute among themselves. There is, con
sequently, but little security to persons or
property, -ik! no redress for the aets of
lawless rsons. Xeither England nor
the United States have consented to as
Mime the management of affairs, or to
"becomeTiesponsible for the government of
An effort is being made by the whites
themselves to organize a government Iu
the Lan Confederation, that is, the wind
ward islands of the group, under Maafn,
after several meetings and discussions,
the whites resolved, that strenctheninsr
tration and the enacting of the laws, was
the surest method of securing a good
I government AH agreed to submit, and
accordingly it was organized, and went
into operation some six months ago. But
experience proves that many of the whites
are qnite ready to apply the laws to the
natives wheh they are in fault, but not so
ready whon in fault themselves; and as
the government rests upon moral, without
physical ifjrce, it is extremelyprobable
that it wilhfail to maintain itself, or will
not be anylmprovcment on the old one.
The 2yw, by the last mail, has the fol
lowing account of what occured at Loraa
Loma, the capital of Maafu:
" Wo learn that the first caso where a white
man is the defendant, or accused, under the laws
of the new Constitution, Mas been very unfor
tunate, and shows the futility of mukinir laws
without the proper means of enforcing the penal-
lies inuKtea. ii appears mat .nr. Jiason, a
planter, of Wairiki, wanted some yama for his
laborers, and weot to a Fijiinn's house at Loma
Loam to purchase them. As the man was not
at home, he took as many as ha wan'cd, of course
intending to pav the market price for them. The
Fijiian, on his return, instead of accepting pay
ment, determined to appeal to the neHly-madt
laws. Mr. Mason was Sued bv the Court three
dollars, which he said he would not pay. and
being of an excitable temperament he was very
violest. After a scene in OourU he went to
Maafu's private house and told the chief that if
lie dm not onler tue plaintiff in the suit to uc
flogged, he would administer personal chastise
ment himself. Maafu was indignant, and pushed
Mr Mana out ot the house, and thus the matter
rests. The whites, generally, are naturally wroth
with Mr. Mason for the foolish way in which he
lias acted, bat we have not heard whether thev
intend taking any steps to enforce the order of
tne tourt. Levnlca is m a predicament ; with a
large population gradually increasinj, with places
or business in course of erection or contempla
tion, with business transactions of nil kinds being
daily entered into, without any guarantee that
cither parly will fulfill the conditions of such
contract, there is great danger of might becoming
right, anil the stigma already cent upon us belt:
4 II3 shall take who has ihc power.
And he shall keep who can.' "
Several attempts have been made here
tofore to supply tho citizens of Honolulu
with" ice, none of which have as yet proved
successful. Tho limited quantity neqded
for such supply renders large importations
tinadvisable, and the loss from the melt
ing of the small quantities needed has ren
dered the business, in every instance, so
far, an unprofitable one, although the price
charged for ice has invariably been greater
than is paid for that luxury in any other
part of the world. It, seems, therefore,
that the imjKJrtation of ice for the use of
the public cannot be made profitable to
the importer, still it is a luxury which,
when jieople become accustomed to it, is
made almost a necessity. In certain cases of
sickness, and when a person has received
severe and daugerous wounds, the appli
cation of ice often saves life. Wo know
of one case of the latter, where the careful
and huma'ne'purvoyor of the Queen's Hos
pital had tinder his charge a man who had
been dangerously stabbed; hemorrhage
had set in to tho extent that the man's
life was despaired of unless ice could be
procured to stop tho flow of blood. There
happened to he at the time a small ice ma
chine in town, which was procured, ice
made, and in a few weeks the person was
walking the streets a well man. Other
discs have occurred where ico has been
instrumental in saving life.
It having been demonstrated by expe
rience that tho importation of ice for sale
here is a losing business, it is, in order to
have a supply, necessary to resort to other
means to get it; that is to its manufacture,
which is a very simple matter. The city
of New Orleans is mainly supplied in this
manner. Six machines of the pattern ex
hibited by M. Carree at the Exposition in
Paris in 1807, arc nsed in the production
of about sixty tons of ice, and it is pro
duced, at grwit.profit to the Company en
gaged in the enterprise, for much less
than iee frozen in the rivers and ponds of
the North can be imported. One such
machine would be amply sufficient tosuj
ply the demands of Honolulu, and we
hope to see some one of our enterprising
citizens engaged in tho business. There
can not he much doubt but that the in
vestment in one of these machines would
be a payirigonc, and tho regular supply of
ice made be a great public benefit. Who'll
A private correspondent from Ivbna
says about Ramie: "I would like to try
it, its success here would depend altogeth
er on the blight. Some of us think that
with its quick growth it might escape the
blight which here overtakes everything
else. Are you sure that ft is tho real
genuine I'amictliat you have in Honolulu ?
The first itamie plant in Louisiana proved
to be bogus the wrong plant altogether.
It nearly mined a number of planters who
had gone into it largely.
Can any one inform us certainly wheth
er the article which is noir being in a
small way tried by several person's is the
article whioh is meant when Ramie is
spoken of and which we are told is in de
mand in the manufacturing centres of the
"We are warranted .in assuring those
who wish to engage in tho onltivation of
Ramie, that the plant introduced here is
the genuine article, the fibre of which is
so valuable in commerce.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS!
HE WRY I. NOLTE
HAS JUST RECEIVED B5T THE
"Ka Rloi," and Other Late Arrivals,
A Large Asssortment of Choice
and Manila CIGARS I
TIIK BEST S3IOKIXG AJfD CIIEWXXCI
AND A SPLENDID LOT OF
Tie Best ever OEered in till Market,
Constantly on hand, the Celebrated
Green Seal and Diamond Head
SMOKING TOBACCO !
X3 For Sale at tba Core Ealoou, corner t)T Kuu
aaa and Queen Streets. .9
TnE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
X of Furniture by Lato Invoices
SELECTED BY HIMSELF EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
Would call the attention of his -Patrons and the Public generally to tho
NEW, NEAT I ELEGANT STYLES OF FURNITURE !
Wow Boln & Oponodt v CFTIn
Ware Rooms, IMo. 86 and 88 King Street,
AKB WHICH WILL BE SOLD
ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS
THE FURNITURE CONSISTS IN PART OF THE FOLLOWING :
PARLOR SUITS I
Black Walnut in hair-cloth, diff't styles; Bltick Walnnt in Reps, diff't stj-les;
Black Walnut Centro Tnbles, msirblo tops, various pntt6rris and sizes, "
Tassel Sets, u novelty in this country; Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Easy Chairs, walnut and mahogany
Mahognnj' nntl Black Walnut Sofas, tete, round and squurn end;
Walnut What-Nots, wall and corner.
"Walnut Standing and Hanging Hat Trees with Mirrors,
the latest style ; Ottomans, square and round.
Painted, Chesnut, Wolnut and California Laurel.
Lounges or Eeiry SJtyle !
Common, French and Clipper, finished with any material required also,
A. N3SW PATENT
First ever introduced hero, and is a late California invention, whero tho
demand is in excess of the supply.
With Spring Seat; Walnut Cane Seat;
Rockers, Cane Seat and B.ick; Lndies'
in Miiple, ViK and
Cane Sent nnd Back Rockers; Nursery
-Dining Oflice una
Folding Cump Chairs, Oak A'Walnut;
jvr-aavrs- otueb. styles.
IVSisrors, Counted in Different Styles,
14 inch x 2-1 inch to 21 inch x 50 inch.
Marbles nnd Brackets for Pier Ghisses,
WALNUT DIflJIRIG EXTENSION TABLES,
eight, ten and twelve
Curtain Fixtures and Shades, new and beautiful styles,
Cornices, Tassel Uooks, Brass Bands, Gimp B inds, assorted,
Picture Cords and Tassels, of all shades nnd sizes, mid
Various Other Articles, too Numerous to Mention,
Which require only to be Seen to be Appreciated.
Having Secured tho Services of a First-Class Upholsterer,
Who tlinroughly umlerjtnnili all the I.atc't Styles nmr inannfirtnrcil in tho Bait and California, he
is confident of being able to gire cumplctc (ititfaction to all uho may faror liim with their patronage.
HAVING IMPORTED A FIRST-CLASS HEARSE!
Ho is now Prepared to fill all Orders in tho
Being also Furnislied with all the
pER SHIP STREX, from Boston direct,
45,000 lbs. best Boston and New Bedford
For Sale by 12 COMES A CO
jrjmo.ii 'o. i to io.
Cotton Sail Twine, Assorted Sizes.-.'
For SIe br 12 UQt.UdS A CO.
Cedar Boat Boards,
GOOD ARTICLE. For Eale by
12 B0LLBS A CO.
I3T0X I-AID MANILA Assorted sliaa", in
12 BOLLBS i CO.
oonu or amy paw. or saie oy
Wood Hand Pumps,
nOR WATER OR OIL. For Sale by
.1 12 BOLLES A CO.
A ND CLIP HOOKS, assorted sie. For Sale by
rt 12 BOLLES A CO.
"QEST QUALITY ASII, oj'orted sties, aay from
XJ 18 to 22 Teet. For sale by
12 BOLLES A CO.
PATENT AND PLAIN BUSHED, assarted sines,
single, doable and three fold. For Sale by
12 BOLLBS A qO.
Tr.IX(; about to leave litis Kingdom. I
hereby retoeit all persons baring aay abiaot
against me to preseat the tamo far payment before
the Ith day of April.
r. it. t:urjLiivrs.
Ilonolaln, April 3. 1871.
50 Bales Oat Hay,
RECEIVED PER D. C. MURRAY, from San
Franeireo. Tho beat quality is-tbe market. For
Sale by 12 BOLLBS A CO.
Licenses Expiring in April, 1871.
RKTAt'. Oaha-Hooalalu. 31, "Ab Plu ; itb,
William Ball ; 6th. 0. MeTJaga! : Jtb, Loin
Mao ; (tb, Dillingham A Co.; 1st, B. F. Eblers A
Co.; 17th. II. Vtira : 1st, M. Melneray ; ib, J.
Wei ; ISth. G. C. Sidera; Waiilna Kaarailsa, 21it,
S. N. Emerson.
Hawaii Kao, Katahlki, Mlb, Nawai; Waimaa,
I7tb, Cfais. Nottey ; Kailna, 34th, Ah Hah.
Maui liana, Wananalaa, 6tb, Asa Hops; MaVa
wao, 3th. Peter Oerret ; Haiku, lOtLr, Haiku Planta
tion. TVhGtcsale Honolntu, ltb. H. naeirld A Co.
Auction finnolului Utb, Adams A Wilder.
Libae. Kauai. Utb. William 0. Smith.
Public Show Honolulu, I6th. lies A Hitou ;
2Vtb, Miss Cleareland.
Horse UonaUlo. 4lh. Nfta, No. 1.
RED SALMON, in barTela A smn lot of
aot terjr'cood quality, bat aj mod as the arer-
ari that b for sale b nt town. iCall.it, ,
IVaili. , f
, BOLL'KSA C0
GAXIFOniflA LIME.-We hare a repijar
supply frota the eeltbiated Santa Cm Lime
Kilns, whitb enables at to sell at the lew tit ralf..
2 BOLLBS A CO.
CHAIN OABLES.-AI1 from i to- 1S-3
Inch, is Bond or duty raid. Fur sale by
1 BOLLES A CO.
ADDED LxRGELY jTO HIS STOCE
from S.m Francisco, which werp
- - r
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES !
Oak, Dining and Office Cane Scat;
Unne bent; N oou beat ol various styles,
W.iluut: Cluldrens Upholstered Kockers:
and High Onk;
btore Cane beit High nnd Low btools;
Folding Walnut Rockers, something now,
for Bureaus, Wnshstnnds nnd Commodes.
feet, round nnd oval.
Latest Styles of Goods in that Lino.
M. T. BOMELL,
Post Office Notice.
milB FOLLOWING ARB TUB RATES OF TOST-
age payable oe mall matter totbe oou atrial spec-
fo T Si'
1L Dritain Jt IrePif
S.S. W. JlS.Zaard
China ami Japaa. . .
. mm mar iteta taiua
8a.tli.diae .. ..
. B. Aaj rbsaiaa lbal an aaOe la tt rain oC poataga
be faaad la a colaara til Ut uoa.TaeUoaa," at tbaa
will be faaaa la a colaara baaaai "ovraeuoaa," at tba
aamr fraaa IbM ta tiate. aad M aa iaafcata. br a araar
aorreaaa eaUaa; atih taat attacaaa ta tba aaaaa of tba oaaMrr
lawblefc Ikej retar.
. P. BRICKWOOD,
Dissolution of Co-Partnorship.
a HIE Co-I'mtnership licretoforc onstiug
. between tie Undtrtfgtied, It tbit day dtteafrad
by Biataal aonaaat. All peraoae baaiag aeeaaaU
wHh tbe late Arm. are roqaeeted to settle Ibe aaeae
whb either of tbe Partners before tbe Mtb fail.
P II. SBGBLKBN,
Uomlalu, April 3, 1871. II Jt
Tun Undcrsiencil, hnring- this tiny en
tered tat a Co-Paraen bip a ad er the Fra Name
of O. SEGELKK.V A CO.. will earry ou, la aH its
branabes, at tbe aid itaod laat af Nuoaati Street,
betweea Merabaal aad QweM EtrceU, the bairaeti ef
Tin, Copper, Zinc, and Sheet Iron AVorkera.
Honololo. April I. 181.
Hjtvnca. for Sao.io i
In Kona, Hawaii.
Tbe Southcrlylinlf of the Land
OF KHALAKHKUA, tojatber nltb
aboot U50 Ilend or Cnttle. Tbit
la ml borderi od tbe Sac harbor of Koala,
kehua Bay. and extends frota tba tea od
tbe aueratala through tbe woods, eaatprisioi; i,000
Acres, with etery iariy of elhuate. Nearly all
tropical aod northern frulta and reretablee zroa ta
perfeelioo, and tbe plan is suitable for the eultnre af
Soger Cane, Coffee and Oranges. The salubrity of
the eliasate near Ibe Bay ia unsurpassed, aad it is
especially beneficial t those barloj throat ar lung
dueaie. The npper portion of tba land is well wooded
with heary Koa. and OLia timber. At the beaeh is a
U a noA Daejlias TUnie, a Cittern or W) barrels
eapaeily. and' a iiarrUn with Fra iu and Oraaacntal.
Trtea. For farther parrteottrt apfrly to
II it WALKBR A ALLEN.
-non sals by
BOLLES A CO.
AND ' M
SALE BY THE CXDERSICSED,
A. Superior llorroek'a White Cotton, Printed Cot
tons, etc. Also,
50 bbls. OECHAED CEMENT,
A few barrels Plaster of Paris,
Selected iTATIOSBRr. consiitinc of t
Eneliih Eetter Paper, good" Blotting Taper.
Foolscap ruled and unruled. Bristol Board,
Draninj Paper. Cards, Printed Enrelopes,
Inkitands, etc. AUo on hand and for sals
10 cases Corrugated Galvanized Iron for
500 Second-hand Gonny Bags, suitable for
200 tons Steara or Honse Coal.
w. u a REEK.
Honolulu, April 12, 1371. 13-lm.
1 W lntnirn nl Pi-tflimrrr SlDll AOHTIS.
ALES, WINES & LIQUORS
TIX2 Undersized hna for sale in bond and
Uuty paid, by the package oe inroice, an
Assortment of Liquors,
Alsop's Ale,'Worlhington's Ale, and,
Falkirk's Ate. in pints and quarts,
Tennant's Porter. Bonhwich's Porter in pts,
DonTilloWhtjkej, Scotch Whiskey in cj
West India Rum, Tahiti Rum,
Good Sherrr, Common Sberrj,
Jobanniibergand Liebfraumilclx ia casej,
Rhein U'ein In wood.
J.- . SIIOUTLY EXPECTED -
MartelPs and Hennesey's Brandy
ia quarter casks.
W L. GRJIEN.
Honolulu, April 12, 1S71.
A TEH HORSE POWER STEAM ENGINE,
- With Ply Wheel and Gear
For SaV, warranted in perfect order to run. Also,
A. OTACTCCX STSAZtZ
W. L. OREBS.
Honolulu, April 12, 1S7I. ll-lm.
FOS SALE OE LEASE.
TIonoIoIu..Arril 12, 1S71.
W. L. ORB EX.
Hawaiian Bark ' KA RflOl '
ASSORTIViENT of GOODS
Selected with Great Caro
FOR TOIS MARKET
Satrstss PrinU. TwBM eMtrtr Print..
Kaoay Jloalirn, Victoria Lawaa, oawituthtl aaatlag,
Sapertar blaek Cabvarg. bate Afareea,
Freaa Mariaat aad Crave. waolM draaa Goaate.
liiaea aau Diua uraaa cietu,
' WMte MofMkine.
1TiH Sbirtlar and Loafaioth,
Turtaf Ra4 CMb,
BtwwaaadJhaaCottoB Drilla, boary
Brawn aod Bias CtnJsV, TWtlSP,
Blue Deo1wvVtV baaey,
IlUaeeta. laiga tttt aetorled aaleri,
Btejaofead Llsraa) Sfeaaj(Ja),
Bbj. .ttfcaaiWa Red Qanta,
wtjito jm (yat,
White Linen A CaUen. Tartar Taneia,
our-eratr iitaeai liaMtasasawn,
Faaoy Ootloa llaaiTt trahiifc,
r , Tort-.njt At VaeUwlldlff.
Plain Wbita KtMol.
Brae Twtnou isaiany Ftaase,
White Marfaa oeka.
O ray Mlaui Baakt,
ttMHaa White Hate.
Faney Damask TaUo Caraf.
Faaay Al' aaaa BTanaas",
While Coiten Sbttta.
Poeey Catioa Skirts,
Heary Merino Uwla Bkirti.
Ht lla'rt. Vmln Skista.
Browa CaHaa ITmtwr aWrta.
Turkey Bed SatpeaaeM,
Blaek Silk ilatbralUM.
Ilbok 8Ule BtaattM,
VM r-.. m ,
n oatea Jn Cattas liftDfti,
BoSad T nit
White 74m Paht.
Oreo ad White Lead, Bad Oefcrev
aad Vaaatiaa ttaJ
Barlapa, Sail Twin,
savtefi liearp caaras,
Itawta Daak. IV-at Jk Www
n I ti r tfi..
Haof fiw. tTtm I in. U IJ io.
TheeI5aaae-aM witk Ctrren,
OolntnW Oat Ptfel, to to.
Oalrantsed Iren Doakels aad Tab.
Cabin Laaiyt aarf Lis4afB,
C. 0. Iron wMb kraaa Mara, -
i Hoe PaekH KuirMaBd geol gaWtffi,
rtiwk Ph set sitarot,
.falara oi,d MUm KatrhM,
, Codlifar OH,
Carry Powder c-
Htfttit SbeU AliaaweTl.
aaeajas in Tim.
Ti.tr. r rn.-- 'M-tih Taoaf CleeH.
Dateh Iaf Cheese,
UahVherarlB DflaAot aa4 Bamia,
Oreaea of Tailarr
Ola iu Baaketa and. Bir, alt.
Rum fa Barrett,
India Cfeepa t Q Ah,
Oarer. !a Batet,
Scbiedaa Aramatte Sehtnaaj
..SSSds1 3are and areb.
1 Tone West Hartley Steara Coal.
IS TUB 31ATTKB Of tils (InardUniltln tf
tb.CWIdraof tbaWeaWMWErWH. tfetuMa.
dwwed. Befcn Ilea. Mao tl. A Dm, la rweata.
OnrmliB ol lilac I-rtttba tt MART I. B8Wy.
mying Hut S. n. M mi AO anefsteil 0ar(b t H
CbiUnn of ia UM OBOttOB TRlkW " Inn swAu-t,
and la at tho aaU Oaardtan. vara appahf ttrnuj- tank
powered ta Mil and conn? tka ialermt ol ta CUMnnMHik
uil IEOnOK TKIEL In aixi to Ik. prrmiM mUml ma- ,,
Ktcbanl Slnet.lo Uw City of Hotniota :
IT IS ORDERED bf taa Omrt llMt S.irtntlT.ST. IM 3M
dT of a aril Mit. at 10 o'clock A. J... c Ib Cait-HM
In UwCtljraf llaoetolu. b ta tlKM aad.rUeir hawfcc
tb d nctltloQ aa4 all ofatrrtioa thnl, w-4 Mwt ot
ta mm kwlic tiijfrm by poivmitn at iaJ OrtWtattM
Htwinax Oiixrri m-iaaee tafntatr Ttoka inifcva t Mm
Datnl at lloseJala. th StA da-W UartVlSI.
SCP1XE3IE OOUKT OP THE ILIWAI1A3T
ISiaSDS. lerProbata. Ia tb BMrf- ttw Brtaui cf
MANUEL MLTA. or Uasua, Iloaolnla, m.
Order aoewiaifoe Thae rnbato C ITUt aad amtaaa
Pabllralkn at SotJea ef tar Mm.
A Doenawat vaircoefhajr aW tt tut WW ullNtumt
f Manuel Wa, drevum. fearlnc oia tb Bt tMfmt Mm
'A. V. 1RT1. been paafifl f aaHl Prlmt Ctoert. aaNtaa
Mm tot tb iaxoa-tareor. udariti niMaea at 1
TrstaawsUf J to Haw rtca, awl (sr Taeatiaa M SMteH
of AdialntalrlliM w fruk H. Harria aattsf BCM Skit i
Itii hereby onWroJ. tbot THrVaVIT. Um tM isdSt
April. .1. D. 1S71, arlO .felaek .1. X. of aM day. at OnCHH
Rrntt of nM Cowt, al IIm Ooart Hiaaa la Nooataha, mat
tba na la. Wy af.4itnl th Uaa mk( aaMWUI
aou nwinnK aatv apfHaaaiwo. woaa taaM aa
larnted Mraaawu-aad coataat aaM ad ta araatia
ef Letter TVataaieatary.
Itb faHbrrardenal, Urati boHf kamt he tfna lalWia
tlon. f -r tlrn inrianlTa waalta la tfc fXrvkoan taarra. a
BwaMiar pr1at4ait awMlibnl ba flaaTlala
.lad it H fart bar raarad, tba cltaliaia a aaa4 iu tka
sabarriHat-wtltiarrM lo aaM WTO, at Ha R. HaeTfa.
AJnlnlatntor. tuapew aad faint ta pvbaaaaaW Will,
at tfa tl Hftuui
Dated Itoaotata, It I., Mnrti a. ISCt.
. Jaattro T lt giaemn CHart.
ffttrn R. ai. DaaaKji (Art.
"JTOTICK. In the matter of ta Eetalc of
i. i. lALKKA. avtear tmtalaa. H
ArtteatlaahaTtac ba raaa laWat-
r. CMHfoirwartk m aaroratxl .mtmtmtmmtr t ta
aaawi Batata, aatiea la benby itna taail vbam it mmt t
an, tbat TtttmsBAT, .larfl JMk, mi. .t m taet p
U..atta0uatt How. la Waam, la tbtta.i a
plan eppulaled Sac tba baaiiaa i aat aafltaaaaaa aaa aay
otOctiou. that may W tftmtn.
chau8 rsanaK tMirr,
Clrrait Jaatf. Jadbttai CareaH.
aoatb Koaa. Haat llarab M, UT1, U-U
"TT10I-: 1 1, tba nallir at tVl Eatate of
I. W. 1ACKBA. lato or naaaakac. 8.MI .
ueauwt aatiaaj ten aaaae la aaa aaaaaiagatd ay Paal
i aat I. W. Haaaaiwa. that tbay a a.uialaa - 1
! n fclS. . aaaawt Bafatal aaaaaak kata, chM
aa aao i. . iwaaaaa, laat taaw aa aamwi
171. at -a t'etoak P. X- at tba OtaHrlaa V Waiaaaa.'
Irtaad of Hawaii, la laa tiaae aad ajam aMaaabai tar tba
beartae: of aaid apafjcatkaa aad aay stflia tui taay aa
cautius nwatm mar.
rertart Ma, m JaaMaTCIrraH.
Sooth Koaa, Hawaii. Utnk la. MaX IJkM
"VT'OTICK.H"hpren proper application
i.1 has beta ouda ta tho aalaetltu-ad ay Kaaba,
() Ar too SwitfcnMat af tba WwadMaM af ewaoa
kahia I., situated ba tb Dkmiat af Kabala. Maed of
Hawaii. Sd J. O.. oatlea to befaby gtratl to aB aarttaa
interested ia tbe bajaaidattat of roe taU iaad, ba
FRIDAY, tbe 2ltt of April. A. D. !7, a IS a'asoak
A. M-, it tba day aad bonr aepwoted for tba natla
ment of the raid bo&ndariee. al taw CmuI Ilaoaa ia
Waimaa, Sooth Kakwla.
K. x. irxA.
Boundary Caeatkbailaaar, tt Jad. Cts-'t.
Hilo. Hawaii. Marab I. 171. U U
TOTIGE 19 baroby siren loioll pnrM
X intoreatad ia the taatiataaai af lea bnaadanaa
af tbetaadaaf Kaaaaba. aad af katf at Mataaabaa.
in tbe Dieteiae of llaaaakaa, aad Of XaaWbawa 2J.
aod of Paaepa, sttaaled !a tho aMat f 9-rth Ka
bala. tfcu MOSlrAT. the rrtkday aaAai9t. ISTt. at
IB o'clock A. V.. i tbo tim, M Ar tfrTtlHni I
af ttwbaamdarle ef aaM mod, at abr Oaatt Ha taw
in Waimea, Sooth Kebada.
Ilila. Hawaii. Marek 1$, Mai. l-M
la Mm saat.er of tba latato of AlaiaaaW WMa, aV
alllH Undcralentid, hnVlnR bean dale aa
. pabUad AdaalMMiattaO af a lAaeo tMaw,
wita use wiu taatiai: All aariaaa haa
ajraioat aaid ttvai. aaa mf aalVaaj I
tbaar atatiaa. 4mtf ask ia lliataa. aa tta. tla
with pr Iwe laaothi fraaa OMdaOaar ekaai
of shit Xorieo; odfcrrwlaa, tba. w1 ba lerever barred.
All penoaa ia ataaataiea af araaeeljf bal.aaica to
aid Katau are ttattaad ta at t ataf tablnaa aaaae wtata-
w. o. um.
Mala i . Kmm M 9a) teat
Batata af K. BKSWX. i
TUB lMlHKSIfJNKD, BXHCtfTRIX f
tbe '"tTT rrrra Taloif1laaalaaa.ijt.il tl.
bereby etwee aotiee ta alt aetaaaaa aaataet aba: at
(aiBtt the aaM eaule to pnaeal Oat aaaao aitaaa ant
aaoataa fraaa tbkt date, easy -1 Ti n'ti iu aad wta
proper Taoakora. to g. B. Qala. Saa. at baa eatee ta
llnaolaba. or tbee vHH ba ,i,ei banaa. Aad 1
pertaaa tanwiii la aaa
make iaaatediau pay
otaaaaMS. B Dale, baj
aaAtaa J aarrww.
Notice to Cradltora.
rpiIB UndarwtjHwI, Mkm detto aa
X aerated AoaiajtrtaJorar aa IMtaJOrf ABa'M.
a Cbaaaaaaa. kateiy Hiiaotd at
ay aaoaea all ereaHtera la area
tbe aodettiaa -d, or ta A. P. JrIH. aad
raumia bow wicd tea proaar . vweaeae, wwiata a-a
aaoataa iraaa ease ar taey ard
Prreoae tadebteaf re aaid aetata
aaaaai bo oawajaat.
Jtarea 17. 17'.. ,
A. W. PEIRCE & Co.
A General AssBrtraent ef teteiMfee
Shippiog asd Local Raqriromiitg
0PTTON ana Iltwnp Ofukr f,m s ioMr,
HEMP & MANILA CORDAGE, ALL STZBS,
HHJI? ANB MCMff TWfira,
f'pauyaro, Marlrae. NoaaHaa. Tittlaj MuT. Taflta i
of i2X Slas3
Fa halt, baa fhi I mm - - a
Jj Maabt ead Moot v . "
paaaaaa. baaaaaaawaaaMf i
taa a a- f. - , n, , n , r
I noat Timbers, Siesta Bi $irw,
rlif. --i nilt
Paints, of a!! Kinds I
Ta. Bebefet rtnUk, rata aJtoZfjaTtaaaBai.
Carper my tow tart.
BREAfJ, FLOUR, BEEF m mh
Pioeassid Maota. Ho faoato.
rSeklea. Sree-v Cera aad haae.
BRAND'S BQMIB! LWCES I
Ieireta YFlialln tTuna.
Table. Ikfry, aai Seine SftR, tomst
Perry Daele ab SetM P-Kll'e,
Various other Merehandfee
Tim. fcW M,bU, mm.mi.3trli
mJ tbaaa tba mm lajwata M
lWaWal ta, ja
HOXrtrtr fatOH WflMES rt
Oe Mail u aaered.
artll attaaaa aXaa tea-
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