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SOTES OF THF. WEEK.
ZtSf Mr. Adams -winds op tbe old Jear Kith an
taction file it his rooms to-day at 10 A. 1L
r5 A salate will be fired at 13 o'clock coon on
Thursday, Januarj 1, from tbe Pnnchbonl battery.
Hf" The trtTcHng public are referred to the new
Uae table of tbe steamer Kilanea, eIt1b tbe .trips
far the next three nfbntbs.
taJ" Tbe American and European malls are doe
bj the Tnrdat any dir. Sbe Rill bring dates to
t3T Ob Wednesday night or lat week some per
son r pert esa attempted to enter tbestore".So.20"
ea Frt Stmt. They did not succeed.
KT" PorrxisTrB GcxcKixCsrawru. will abort'
If issue as order reducing tbe registration fee tor
doaertfc letters tad packages to eight cents.
t-sf' We are clad to learn that tbe disturbance at
tbe TVaUlsa Female Seminar? bis ended. Three or
tewrejf tbe young ladies were suspended, asis hoped,
i-t; " Tbe ABetrattan mail steamer Macsrrjromay
fee txpeeted from Sydney any time after' .Monday
saorahg . Sbe wMt remain in pert abont SI hours
tafere proceed on to San Francisco.
X3T Pssahoc School commenced on Monday
last. We understand that Prof. Church has so far
ntmrerti lrata tbe accident be met a few weeks
teste, as to be able to resume bis duties.
GJ In tbe December number of the -EHrrfic Hag
czimt amy be (bead a well executed portrait of Cas
ir, sew President or Dictator of Spain.
pretests ae uncommonly Intellectual face and brow.
testing that Castelar possesses mental qualities
of bo BKaa oraer.
Kf There are f 00, 000,000 In the taring banks of
OaOfaraia, and giriog tbe population of the State,
fc round nurabers, at (XW,000 of all ajrs and sexes.
tats mU nire a Bet capital to each indiridnal of
torcrtfaieg srer fS3.
Uauxrarx Bouidino School. We are glad to
learn from rarioes socrcea tbst this institution, lo
cattd at Makawav, Maui, Is flourishing. It has now
farty-eee scsolars in attendance. The military cys
tesa wMeh bas been iatroduced scrres to create a
tpirk oi eoauktion wbkb could never be imparted
otherwise. Proi Clark, who has charge of it, ap
pears to be tbe right man In tbe right place.
tS The Hnoste Tunnel, tbe completion of which
an beea aaooaaced. Is coaitructed by tbe State of
MassaebQsetls, and "HI probably be by law thrown
acB ob cqea! terras to all railroad companies desir-
lae; to ase It. Sereral of the roads running from
Boston to tbe West are likely to be consolidated
laH one company. Its completion, it is supposed,
wR greatly add to Boston's foreign commerce.
FosTai. CutDJ. A cotemporary states that ar-
raaeoeott are beto; entered into between Germany
sad the Ualted States for an exchange of postal cards
between tbe two countries, to take effect on the last
of DeecsBber lSTl Tbe arrangements are precisely
the saate as with tbe Canadian Government. Like
the tateraatioaal money order system, which cn
ahtes poor people to send and receive small amounts
between Afferent countries, this will tend tb bind
I together America and the European nations which
' adopt tbe system.
"ew Mode or Ikkisitio.v. An English paper in
farms us of a new system of irrigation introduced
by a Scotch gentleman. Tbe land Irrigated con
sisted of forty acres. Pipes sixteen yards apart.
were bid under tbe turf, and through these water
was farced, risisg in miniature fonntains of spray,
thoroagblr soakta: tbe land. It Is estimated that
by this system at Irrigation thirty-live sheep can be
kept to tbe acre. Instead of fire In ordinary farm
hag. Ttits system may answer well for the old
eoeatry, hot here It would Ve too expensive.
Z3T At a special assembly oi Honolulu Commin
desy No. I, Knights Templar, held Monday, Decern'
bertb, IKS, at 3 o'clock P. M.. tbe following
oficcrs were installed for tbe ensuing year, by Past
Eaatnuit OoasMader, Sir John O. Doralsis :
Str Alex. ataBBff. i. . ,, .Fmitnt (mmnumStr
Gtnrrtl lilt I ma
1Vbl O. Irwta
Schooxeh Kiiioi Asnoitc Advkes from Libai-
aa, received by tbe Xettie Merrill, on Saturday,
reported this vessel ashore at Kaunakakal, MelokaL
She left hereon Monday afternoon, during tbe gale
referred to last week. Mr. Myers writes under date
of Dee. ST: "During the storm on Monday night
the schooaer Kamoi ran on tbe reef at tbis place.
She was beating np tbe channel, and the night was
Tory dark, and Capt. West supposed her near tbe
Laaai sbore, when he was close to tbe Molokai
shore. Prospects of getllng-lhe vessel off are not
tsTOrable, and unless proper means are speedily
applied, sbe will go to pieces In tbe first southerly
wtod tbat occurs." Tbe schooners 'tttle Merrill
and Moiketkl both sailed on Sunday for the scene of
tbe disaster, with a good gang of men and every
needed appHaace to get her off, and it is hoped sbe
wflt be floated off and brought back to this port In
a few days.
J5 There Is an oW Esgllsh legend which pre
dicts tbe features of tbe coming year, when Christ
ass and New Tear begin on Thursday. We copy it
y request far tbe benefit of tbe weather-wise,
tboogh nat ourselves Inclined to any superstitious
bHef In Hs correctness :
if Osristnias 00 TfcurMAj be,
A wted; Winter rra sball see
WfcxSr weather b each week,
Aad hard tens pests straag- arat thlek. ' ,.t T .
Tbe aasamer abatl be coud and dry,
Oarn and beasts sbaS maltiply.
If a eM born on that day shall be.
It atuS happen rlebt weel far thee :
Of de4a be sba3 be good and stable,
Wfee af speech and reasonable.
Whss that dar goes tMeriag; atnet
ShaS be peaiabed wHtwet a deobt ;
Aadjf sickness the dajr betide,
It wi qcieUr froa thee cHde."
This axdTiiit. We do not generally care to no
tice the Rule errors which occur in local publica
tions, far no one knows better than we do tbe dlf
fieoMy of making them correct. Bnt our "devil,"
who baa evidently been wagering ' a bit" or two on
tbe cerreetaesj of the Gumx Calendar, which be
sold last week. Insists on our pointing out two or
three of tbe errors in tbe " correct" calendar print
ed In the last Jorrrtiier, aad hands cs these among
a dozen which be bas marked :
Cmttrf at Jrn Zncttie M. Taa Bted.
fajsiciia Iaoase Ar;tm c Ilausaiiii,JI. D.
GaaHabl life Asraste SMitty 31. Kap4e, Agtat.
Oaaotiest Lib Iaasnoea Co. U. II. TThitaejr, AcasL
Mr. Van Keed died sereral montba ago. Also Mr.
Bapiee. Dr. Trousseau is Physician ot tbe Insane
Asyiom, and tbe Connecticut Life Insurance Com
pany decline to take new risks within the tropics,
and bare terminated their agency here. Further
comment Is unnecessary. J3f A few'more of the
Gaxette Calcsoibs can be bad by those who wish
a reliable ieeae.
Oeissb Gbowi.no is CauroBsia. U tbe ac
counts pubHsbcd in tbe San Francisco papers re
spectiug the snecess ot orange culture In California
are reliable, and we see no reason to doubt it, it will
not be many years belore a sufficient supply will be
produced there to furnish all Its demanj. One of
the MarysvHIe papers says: " Marys viillsna can
boast of a great many beautiful orange trees, all
laden with tbeir golden colored fruit at this time.
The number of bearing trees to this city is rapidly
laereaaiBg, and some of these seem to be unusually
prolific. We saw a seeding yesterday at the resi
dence of Charles Baitb, on D street, near Eighth,
which, far size of tree, eclipses any heretofore com
ing to our notice. Tbe tree measures at tbe ground
only fourteen inches in circumference, and standa
about twelve or thirteen feet high. The lowerllmbs
grow Tery close to the ground, and are covered
with clusters of orange trora the top to tbe bottom
of the tree, numbering about four hundred. The
frolt la large and welt colored. Mr. E. has a num
ber of other orange trees, as well as one butter-nut
tree, raised from tbe seed and standing about ten
feet bigbi,. Also a date, which bids fair to grow- and
thrive. -.Mr.B'a lot Is well Oiled with every Tsriety
of fruit trees. In which, the proprietor seems to take
tnsch pride." ,,' -.y
gy The mercury la the thermometer fell to 64
on Sunday night tbe lowest scored this season.
The weather bas been Tery chilly the past week,
with the wind rather northerly.
Th Gllroy Advocate Informs ns tbat tbe experi
ment of growing coffee trees Is now being tested In
that plsce, some thirty miles south of Sin Joie.
Tbe trees were taken from these Islands, and at the
latest cute were doing wen.
Miss Maggie Knight slugs again at Buf-
fnm's Ilail this erenlog, when the lovers of the
Terpsicboreao art will doubtless enjoy a feast of
reason and a flow of soul.
First Caxbidxtes vs the Fixxd. At a meeting
held last week at the office of S. B. Dole, Esq., the
following ticket was nominated asd recommended
to the electors of Xons, Oahn.
J. Eabal (shipping master).
Z. Poii (public school visitor). '
II. L. Sheldon (editor).
Cot. W. C. Jones (lawyer).
If Honolulu selects these gentlemen to represent
her In tbe Legislature, her interests will be well
Tun Saxdal Wood. What a beautiful lesson Is
conveyed in the following lines, translated by Bry
ant from tbe Spanish:
B esfcle a aantUMree, a woodman stood
And s work the ax. asd, as tbe strokes were laid
TJpao the fragrant trunk, the reneroua wood,
Wllti Its own sweets, perfumed the cruet biade.
Go. then, and do tbe ttxe ; a seal eodaed
With Hcht from heaven, a nature pure and great,
Wfll place Its highest btbs In dotae good,
And good for evil, and love for hate.
Awa Licenses. Tbe annual sale of licenses took
place last week, and the following parties were tbe
Uoootula, lit, Al T72S
Ind, D. Kabann. " SIS
" Srd, . Kahana. " M6
rwaAWalaaae, lit,rtl.. " 191
KodaBpoxa. lt. ti IMSS
Kooluisa, Lit, AotlSr....
We trust that tbe next Legislature will lepeal tbe
present law authorizing the disposal of licenses to
traffic In this poisonous herb, and prohibit its use
except by authorized physicians.
XS The proprietor of tbe Kuoliu Issues In Jan
uary a new premium, consisting of a photograph
portrait of Her Majesty Queen Dowager Emma Ka-
lelxosaulm, which is given to all subscribers of
the native paper Jfuoioo, who prepay their annual
subscription of two dollars. The picture is from
Chase's Gallery, and is one of the finest copies of
this estimable lady that has been taken. It will no
doubt be prized by every Hawaiian. It Is tbe de
sign of the publisher of tbe " Kuokoi " to Issue an
Dually one of the royal portraits, that all tbe Ha-
walians may preserve tbera for their children. Tbst
ofKamebameba tbe Great was to have been the
premium for 1ST4, but the plates have not arrived
An examination ot tbe pupils In this Institution
took place list week; commencing cn Monday the
!d and ending on Friday the 20th. Every body
present was delighted with the exercises, particular
ly with the novel ont-door sports on Friday, all of
which were creditable to both teachers and scholars.
We have an account of It set to rhyme, which is so
truthful and so different from tbe stereotyped prose
reports, tbat wc gladly award the preference:
On St. Stephen's natal day,
Iolani met to play;
Studies, work, and other trouble
Vanished; scattered like a bubble;
All tbeir books and other pelf.
The boys bad put upon the shell.
There they sat in bright array,
Smiling, happy as May-day,
Waiting for the laurel crowns,
In sbse.o books and dancing clowns.
First they heard with aspect meek,
(Some with mischief on their check,)
A paper read, their school's report,
Telling bow they'd fallen short
Of what they might with care have done,
Of what they'd lost, and what they'd won,
Of what great pains their teacher took
To make them love and learn their book.
Then this trying nuisance over,
Each hoped, now, be'd be a rover;
But not they bad to sing and speak,
Their voice's sweet, but rather weak.
First a carol was trilled ont.
Then a fierce and warlike shout, .
"Row, brothers, row,", was sung right well,
The tenor's voice, clearas a bell ;
Tbe bass, with pure and steady note,
Carolled from his swan-like throat.
Kaikalnabaole stepped on high,
And, speaking with a sparkling eye.
Told of Moses, how he died
In solitude on Fisgah's side.
Another carol then they sang,
When Jones came fortb, Ms bead did hang,
But soon he told, with mien Jocose,
Of Boadicea, the bellicose.
The Madrigal was not so nice;
It lacked both energy and spice.
"Hubert and Arthur" acted tamely,
For Arthur lisped and walked bnt lamely,
Hubert, more Irom fear than sorrow,
Saved poor Arthur for the morrow.
His legs, they shook, bis lips, they quivered,
His frame, it teemed as though it shivered,
And when to take tbe iron he dared,
Far more than Arthur be looked scared.
Full blltfasome now a glee tbey sang,
In tuneful measure out it rang.
Then Akiana, with great relief.
Told a tale or his " First Grief."
fib glid was he to have it oat,
That when 'twas Hone he gave a shout.
Noel, tbe Joyous Christmas song,
Did not keep the lisl'oers long ;
But soon was followed by a tale.
That's oaen told yet ne'er grows stale.
"Tbe Village Smith," with brawny arms, "
Old and young for ever charms.
naieakala, a little boy, ,
No'blrger than bis pretty toy,
Said the stars were "Twinkllng'now,
So he made a graceful bow.
And last of all, with spirit fine,
All joined In chorus " Auld lang syne."
Then wildly rushed tbe frantic boys,
Msklng such a fearful noise;
From tbe school-room out tbey poured.
And laughed, and danced, and screamed, and
Now began In a tropic clime, roared.
What was renowned in olden time.
On Isthmian shores when Greece was young,
Her warriors fooght and poets snng.
How tbey wrestled, boxed and fought,
And tbeqnoit as trnly canzbt,
As they leaped, and walked, and ran,
Then, Indeed, wonld every man
Have thought it was Olympisn.
Three feet nine, not less one whit.
Leaped high young Jonea there; " que tolit
Fcciique sudavlt, alsil;"
As Horace says of tbat good " pner,"
Who wished to be a mighty doer.
This boy, whom I have said, waa Jones,
At awful risk of breaking bones,
Cleared a space fourteen leet four,
Wilh rno and jump on level floor,
Much a jarting then he got.
Which hurt bis feet and made them hot.
Every race he ran be lost ;
AIonzo beat bim without cost.
O'er hurdles, six In number, placed
In yards a hundred and thirty paced.
Tumbled twenty boys and more;
Ob ! ancb fun and Joyous roar.
As they nihued them and roiled o'er,
When tbey tried In air to soar.
Then tbe little boys did run.
Which waa still far greater fun.
Piikoi waa tbe famous man,
Two hundred and fifty Tarda be ran.
Ttieu a flat race closed the day,
" Which was happy, bright and gay.
Kacsakaxai, Dec. 37, 1S73.
Mb. Editor -Dear Sir: Permit me to make a
few remarks In regard to tbe arithmetical problem
which bas called fortb so many elaborate and scien
tific solutions, nearly all differing la result.
Tbe problem appears to me to be plain, and ad
mit! of & simple arithmetical solution without re
torting to algebra or its higher b finches.
Shillings, pence and fartblnga are all b ranch ea of
the unit . A shilling Is , a penny, -jJ-j- , a
firthinsrh-. l&S 13d. lid. 3C are 13, and
this sum is easily multiplied by Itself, thus :
10 IKX I0Ki3 WAW l3M IDs. 2d.
, and all other methods If correctly applied lead
to tbe same result. Tours truly,
- . B. w. sunzB.
Spanish effective fores In Cuba, 54,000.
On the :0th Nor., the Neva at St. Petersburg,
Russia, was frottn over.
The Pasha of Egypt has given a sight for a church
to the English-speaking community in Cairo.
H. C. Wayne of Georgia haa bees appointed U. S,
Conssl at Easagawa, Japan, vie D. C. Shappard,
Hall, Couinl-Gentral at Havana, says o&eially
that tha'wbol number of executions from the Vir
ginias was 53 none sines the Sth lmt.
In tbs French Assembly, on another test question,
the Bight defeated tha Left by 50 majority.
It is estimated tbat Marshal Serrano will be de
clared Military Dictator in Spain. This comes from
Jovilisr, Captain-General of Cuba, assure tha
home government that tht authority of the Republic
will be obeyed in Cuba.
Thirty thousand dollars was realised by the Pae IS
Jockey Club from the late race over the Ocean track
Ten mites of the Texas PaeiSe Railway from San
Diego eastward, will be finished and ears running by
May lit, 1SN.
Carthagena insurgents baring extorted tome money
from German subjects in that city, the North-German
fleet compelled restitution at the mouth of the cannon
on her fleet.
M. Rouher caused an outburst of indignation in
the French Assembly, Nor. 19th, by barely hinting
that Providence might tome time restore the Bona-
partes to power.
Tbe report of tho Commissioner of Internal Reve
nue shows the total receipts for the year to be $114,
000,000, which is $5,000,000 mora than waa estimated
by Secretary Boutwell.
The wrecked steamship Atlantic is fait breaking
up. Kecently thirteen bodies of ber passengers
were washed ashore and were buried. Heavy rains
have exposed the bodies of many cf those interred at
the time of the disaster last April.
The area of London is 90 square miles ; the total
population is 3,023,659; the total length of tho
streets and roads patrolled by the metropolitan po
lies is 612 miles, the addition or increase in the
length of streets during tbe past ten years is 3693
miles; the strength of the police is 10,711.
According to ofScial reports there landed In the
United States, from foreign countries, during the
year ending June 30th, 1S73, 459,303 immigrants, of
whom 275,792 were males, and 1SI.011 females.
Latsst despatches received at the Department of
State, Washington, tend to eomfirm the rumor of an
early change ia the Government of Spain and tbe
overthrow of the Republic- Spain, it is thought,
would complicate tho negotiations and render war
almost a certainty at present.
OfScial and unofficial returns from ail the counties
in Maryland except one, indicate the following as the
complexion of the next Legislature : Senate Demo
crats, 23; Republicans, 3. House Democrats, 62;
Republicans, 22. Democratic majority on joint bal
lot, 0. Woolford's majority in the State is about
The Director of the Imperial Russian Telegraph
has given his consent to the free transmission, within
the boundaries of the Russian Empire, of messages
announcing astronomical discoveries. The free ex
change of such messages was previously confined to
the United States and France, via tho Atlantie cable
and the local telegraph lines.
The Postmaster-General is confident of tbe adoption
of his Postal Savings Bank scheme. He elsims to
havo received a large number of letters from Con'
gressmen in support of tbe measure in presenting it
to Congress. Boutwell will model it on a system
somewhat different from that of Great Britain, and
give a different design and action. It will probably
be named tbe National Savings Depository.
Rear Admiral, the Hon. Arthur Coekrane, gave an
ofScial dinner recently on board U. B. M.'s ship'Re-
pulse, now lying at Victoria. Tho guests were His
Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, Chief Jnstico
Bagbie, Mr. Justice Grey, tho Hon. Attorney General
Lieutenant-Colonel Houghton, D. A. G His Worship
tho Mayor, and some of the principal officers of the
ships in port. The band of the flagship rendered an
excellent programme during dinner, and the party
broke np at 11 P.M.
Count Bismarck, of Germany, has resolved to sum
mon every Catholic Bishop In the Empire who refuses
to comply with the measures of the government in
relation to ecclesiastics to tender the resignation of
his office. One of the most prominent measures is to
hare the Bishop swear allegiance to the Emperoraud
the country rather than exclusively and absolutely to
the Pope of Kama.
T i ivr nn TABLE
TAiXOII, t t : s
-Circuit of Kminl
J nil nary "Oth Illlo
Feb. 21 Koua touching at KaunaKasal up and back
February lltli Circuit of Knnal
rcbrnarr 10th IIHo
February S3nl Itona and Kaunakakal
March Sd IHVQ
. Circuit or Unruii
Jin veil 30th Illlo
Eteamer leaves Honolulu at i r. x., excepting: trips tbat
she touches at Kaunakakal, -wben sbe wm leave at 10 r. it.
Upon the Hilo trips, the steamer w&l not leave Lahalna
before 4 A. sc. on np trips. On Koua trips will not leave
before i a. St.
From Uus date, the payment of Cash for rassage, will
be etrictly enforced. Ticivina at tilk uit iuis.
Not responsible for unmarked tnujjase, or any freight
unless receipted for. a.muLL. u. nimLmJttJi.
Australasian & American Mail
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
the a i nnrrxsu steajisiup
MACGREG OR !
E. GEAlJfGEfi, COHHAKDEB,
Due from Anstralla abont the 7th of Janu
ary next, will sail for the above Fort
On or about the 8th of January, (874
BiT" For Freight and Passage, hartnj superior cabin
and steerage accommodations, apply to
PS II. HACKFI.nJ.-CO.,ApretiW.
Regular Oahu Packet.
2a&The Schooner 'Mile Morris'
WHl run regularly every week to
Coolau mi rl Wnlnlnn.
For Freight, apply on Board to
For Victoria, B. C.
The Fine American Bark
Will iave auickDispatclifor the above Port
For Freight or Passage, apply to
414 WALKER & ALLEN, Agents.
For yjfl.Tm Tr-ti Tg-
TflE A 1 FAST SAILQ-G GERMAN
WHl Sailor As abort Port on or about the 15M
of January next.
Tot Freight or Passage, apply to
-(60 2m P. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
Hotice of Dissolution of Coparfierahip.
rtnnn copxtctxebsiiip heretofore
JL exSitliig between t&e -under tftfDed expired ttj limita
tion oa the llth Inst. AH persons haling Accounts open
with the late Arm are requested to settle" with Mr.AKSKE,
who is duly authorized for that porpose.
TTonorahi, 2?or; ts, ISTX
Sarf William Tamcott. Some Unusual proceed
ings on board this -vessel, have created rsaeh excite
ment ia Wellington, N. Z. Two or three months ago,
the vessel, guaao ladin, from Edtrbury Island to
Queenitown, arrived at Wellington with her captain,
Mr. Flinn, la irons. Of course, en arrival then ha
was released; and he then, preferred a ehargs of as
sault with intent to murder against the chief mate,
Bernard King, and a charge of revolt against King
and alio the teeoud mate Edward Lewis and the car
penter George Fulton. On the other hand, the crew
alleged that they had reserted to extreme sieaaares
against the captain became of bis drunkenness and
cruelty, and alio became of the alleged unseaworthi
ness of the vessel. On the captain's behalf, the Am
erican consular agent applied to the Governor for an
extradition warrant against the persons named. His
Excellency held an inquiry, and, in hia judgment, he
gave the following summary of the case : " Tbe evi
dence distinctly proves that on the 23rd day of June
last the crew seised and imprisoned the captain, the
officers not relisting; that eertain Individuals, of
whom the carpenter waa one, removed the nautical
instruments, arms, and charts from the cabin, and
put the chief mata in command ; that on tho same
evening, the captain having escaped from confine
ment and taken possession of the poop, the two mates
took a leading part In attempting to overpower hira.
the chief mate firing upon bim and wounding him,
the second mounting the poop to make him go below,
when he was cut down by the eaptain with an axe;
that the captain, having kept possession of the poop
for five hours, returned to his cabin, which was brok
en into by the crew, and he thereafter was kept in
irons until the arrival of the ship at Wellington on
the 25th of July ; that the mate tried to take the
ship to a port in New South Wales, but meeting with
contrary winds, bore up for Jfew Zealand. For tho
crew, it was attempted to be shown that the conduct
of the captain had been violent and tyrannical; that
he was ia the habit in the evenings of appearing on
deck in liquor, and that on the day of the revolt he
was Intoxicated early in the day, when, having struck
several of the crew, he placed the chief mate in ar
rest Upon slight pretences ; that the ship was leaky,
and that since her cargo waa taken on board at En-
derbury Island, and when she fell in with fresh
breeies, aha made water to inch an extent tbat the
crew were overworked at the pumps, and had reason
able gronnds for believing her to beunseaworthy
at least in the prospect of a winter's passage round
Cape Horn ; and that the captain refused to enter
tain the request of the crew that he would put into a
port for examination and repairs, bnt on the contrary.
that he used reckless and alarming language. The
log kept by the mate .records a considerable inerease
of water in the ship's hold cn the daya immediately
preceding these occurrences, and on the day and
night immediately preceding, the wateh were occupied
in pumping for a greater part of their time. The sur
vey made by direction of the consular agent showed
that the ship in this harbor was making two inches of J
water an hour; but since a leak has been stopped by
a diver, that quantity has been reduced, according to
another surrey, to an average of one. Professional
witnesses, however consider tbat amount of leakage,
in connexion with certain failnres of tho t'rnctnre, as
indicating unseaworthiness, now and at the peiiod of
the revolt." His Excellency decided to surrender
the accused to the consular authority, for conveyance
to the United States. Much sympathy is felt for the
prisoners by the public. It may be added that Cap
tain Chillis, of U. M. S. Rosario, has declared the
ship upfit to proceed on her voyage, and has shown
by her own log-book thst, before tbe mutiny, sbe had
at times made as much as 10 inches of water per hour.
Captain i linn, however, intends resuming bis voyage
as soon as be can get a crew to go with bim.
sVaUUAm II. DAVIS,
Conveyancer, Translator, Collector, and
wm ho found at the LAW OFFICII OF Sir. Edward
l'rctoil. Attorney at Law, on MertAanl una, oeiow
Lewen Dicksou's Lumber Yard, between Tort and Ala-
kea streets. Honolulu. 0u
T&aTrt. aioti ?ryA is btjl.t
IzmI tn mllect the outstanding debts due to nil II rm.
and all parties Indebted to the same will please settle with
Mm nlthnnt il.lar. TIIEOD. ti HEUCK.
ifor tne Assurnees oi inexauiicoi uuut, hjwi.
nonololn. Pre II, 1871 ''
H7ISTATE OF ATM. I.TAI.I, (A MIUTJSii
Fnj mh,Mn i1m&hL The nndersurneu. administrator.
requests an creditors of the above estate to r resent their
claims to bun for settlement; and requests that all persons
indebted to tbe estate win maae imraeaiaie payment.
TULU. 11. UAVitJ,
H. B. M's. Acting Commissioner and Consul General,
Administrator to the Estate.
Honolulu, Dec H, 7t 433
! For Sale at Greatly Reduced Prices
TO CLOSE CONSIGN JIET,
ONELARGE AND CONVENIENTLY ARRANGED
Fire-Proof Office Safe I
A few ncary Plate-Iron Chtsts and Safes
All with Superior Safety Locks.
Tery suitable for the House, the Office, or on
IUn manufactured at the celebrated Works of Sir. T. II.
BLKCUER, llambnrg. Tne aoove are now ouereu a.
VERY LOW PRICES !
at TIIEOD. C HEUCK.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
3D. c. nvacxju-n.,
TTIRESII BUCKWHEAT nnil RYE MEAL
Corn Meal. Graham and Extra Flour,
Large and Small llominj.
Pop Corn asd Corn Poppers,
Currants, Prunes, Lajer Raisins,
Apples, Peaches & Pears,
Cod Fish, Cream Cheese,
Jones' Tip Top Bacon, Smoked Beef,
Smoked Herrings, Saloon Pilot Bread,
Crackers of all Kinds, and
THE BEST HORSE FEED IN TOWN
Ground Barley, Oats and Middlings mixed.
3VI J. 2? Is 13 S TT Cr H. :
Corn Starch, Mince Meat,
Red and White Beam,
BXS. FRESH CHOICE APPLES
COD FISII, ETC., ETC.
Fresli Teas, a Choice Article !
ySr PLEASE CALL AND SAMPLE GOODS -S3;
WARRANTED FRESH AMD CHEAP I
US JUDD & I-AISE.
COJTTAISISfJ ABOET 20,000 HAWAIIAN
WORDS wltn Fngttah signification, and
An English - Hawaiian Vocabulary,
CHR0N0U6IML TABLE OF HISTORICAL EVHTH
mr unmix axdiieivs.
Bound la Sheep-
Bound In Half Morocco..
For Bale by
Thii Valuable Work con be obtained of
Messrs. TBUBSEB t CO., Fsiernraeer Bow, London,
aietan. BAILS E3 A C0u John Street, New Tort
jAeasn. BANCROFT & CO., ean Frsndbco.
Also, for Sale, .
Hawaiian tuid EnfflUhtPhrasc Book -.80 00
IXamnliau Grammar , , n .,,-1 OC
Br E. P. ADAMS.
The Sale of the Lease of the Ahu
puaa of PITTJANAHTJLIT,
In Eona, Hawaii, advertised for Saturday, December
37th, hat been, by order of His Ex. the
Atlnlster of the Interior,
Until further notice. E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
."t Sales Room
ON WEDNESDAY. : : : DEC. 31st
At 10 O'clock A. "III bo Sold,
J. Oboico 'XTcvrl&ty
Blue and White Cottons.
Fancx rxtuts, xicrtnoes arc! cooourg.
Ttcklns and 8trlj. Mosquito Netttnr.
ClOtflfng, FanCV GOOtjS, GrOCBneS.
I . .
Felt Hats, Flannel Shirts. Merino Shirts,
sue nisn auirts, ranc7 uoiorea eaina,
Men's Shoes, Coats aad Poaf s.
Oalranbed rails. Pain KlUer. Card Matches.
Yeast rowaer, f araines, sineTea. ujsters,
' Cigars, Charcoal Iron, iialr Oil.
Candles, Crushed Sugar, &&, c
Sack3 Tablo Rico,"
Sacks Bran, tc.
E. P. ADAMS, Anctloneer.
ON SATURDAY, JAN. 3d, 1874,
At the Old Customhouse Wharf, (unless pre-
Tionslr disposed or at I'rirato Sale,)
Witt lo offered at Public Auction,
Tho A 1 Schooner
30 83-93 Tons Burthen,
TT 'ell anil thoroughly found in Sails and Rigging
With 2 Anchors and Chains & a New Boat.
K. T. AD.U1S. Auctioneer.
HONOLULU SAILOR'S HOME.
'HUE AXXCAI. JIEETIXO OF THE II. N. II.
B SOCIETY will tie held at the Depository ou WED-
24ESDAY MORXIXO, UecemDer list, IS73. at ii o'cioce,
when Annual Reports will be read, rfcll UUDEU.
TntrsTKxa Gorxo Ocr, 1S75.
SN Castle, FASchacfer, F Banning,
JO Carter, Wl. Green, SO Wilder.
Tbcstees Gocro Out, 19H.
SCDamon, D Smith, EOIIall,
C It Bishop, TIIDaries, J Granger.
Tbustees Goinq Oct, 1373.
HAP Carter, AFJodd, JM Smith,
J II VTodehouse, P C Jones, Jr. AW relrce.
FOR THE LADIES !
CASTLE & COOKE
LATE ARRIVALS !
im: ca.muuic and Hamburg edg
ings, Fine White Piquets,
Fine Victoria Lawns, White linen Cuffs,
Bleached and Unbleached Hosiery,
Lisle Thread Hose, Fine White Handkerchiefs,
Fine all Linen Tablo Damask, Linen Napkins,
Java Canras In white and bun",
A fine assortment of Pearl Bnttoni,
Pillow Case Cotton and Linen, Lisle Elastic,
A full assor't of Orr's & McXanght's Spool
FOR THE GENTLEMEN !
Fine Black Cloths,
Fine Black Doeskins,
Fine all "Wool Tweeds & Buckskin
Just the thing for winter wear.
WATER PROOFS, mediam and fine qualities.
Fine Brown Mix and Orej Mix
ALL, WOOL WATERPROOF
FINE WHITE VESTING MARSEILLES.
Fine and Medium Linen Duck and Drilling,
Ucarj Plain and Striped Brown Linen Drill,
Just the thing for boys' and men's working
Ucnt'e Large Linen Ifnndkerclilefv Linen
A Fine Assortment of Ready Made Shirt Bosoms,
SILK. MERINO and COTTON UNDERSHIRTS,
Superior Cotton Half Hose,
White Merino Half Hose.
ALSO ON HAND,
Amoskeag, Pearl Rirer and English Denims,
Finest American and English Cottons bleached
and unbleached from 7-8 to 103 in width.
American White all Wool and Bilk Wool Flannela
Scarlet, Blue and White Twilled Flannels.
Paris, Eagl, No. 20 and 2 Steel SI and XO Plows,
Coltirators, Horse Hoes, Shorels, Spades, Oos,
Hoes, Rakes, Bind Forks, and Coal Shorels.
A FINE' ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE
Coopers' and Carpentera' Tools, Ship Angers.
ESGLISTI ASD AMERICAS BADDIES I
Cheap and Best.
Cruppers, Martingales, Bridles and Halters, Buckles,
Rings, Ornaments and Girths.
A LAROE VARIETY OF
Brown, White and Fancy Soaps,
Downer's and Dcvoe's Keroseae Oil,
A Fine Assortment of
Paints cixxci Oils I
Best English and American.
OTST BECKXVEB TO-DAY,
Ksgs Extra Fine Kohala Sugars,
-A-tj Sales Rootth,
ON WEDNESDAY r: : JAN. 7tli
At 1C o'clock A. at
WEI be Sold, '
A Superior Assortment of
Prints of dirrtrent Srjiea,
Blue and White Cottons.
1.0 ng Cloths, Muslins, IXoattrr. '
Atid a Variety of other Articlei.
Keg and Bus) orMafrar.
E. P. .VUAUHj Auctioneer.
Wltl. BE SOtD AT AUCTION,
ON SATURDAY, - - .- Jon. 17th,
AT 1J O'CLOCK, N00U,
The fine Imported Stallion
This oners a sstttclU oesartsnltr for Stock Itals-
ers ta Improre their Stock af Horses.
For particulars applr ta E. II. ItOTD, at tne Fam
ily Market. C. 8. BARTOW. Anct'r.
a TWo-iniiXL CIIAI.SE, IX coon oimrji
c a. BAirrow.
05T HAKD AND "K"
Just Received per Bark D. C. Murray,
Diaries for 1874,
TOT BOOIIS, Colored, Cloth aad Halo;. ,
nrsiCAL A LB HUH,
COLD rE'S AAD FEXC1X CXSVS,
STANDARD ENCilJMr "WORKS, ,
l'lCTUIUX, Framed and Cnframed,
Hocklncos, Ponrl, Ambor & Clnss,
Sc., die., &c.
CB- As Holiday Oooda In Honolulu are notrerr Plenty
this year, those who come early will be hest serred.
S5 St 1L If. WIUTNET.
DISTRICT OF HONOLULU, OAHU.
TVTOTICE IS HEItEllY UIVJSS THAT All I.
Jl Boots and the Office of the Understrned wUI,h
rOSaTITELY CLOSED FOR Tills YEAR
On Wednesday. Sec. 31st, Int
And all parties who haye not paid their taxes at that data
will he proceeded acalnst according to law.
Office Open every day after Monday, Dec. 15
OEO. It. LUCE, Tax Collector.
Tax Collector's Office. Pec. 8, 1S70.
HOUSES and PREMISES
MA COMFORTABI.E FCItXISIIIlT) COT
ALSO, A IIOrSK LOT and KAXO PATOI jFj
MALM), A COTTAGE OS DEHETANLV 8THLTr
near the bridge.
ALSO, A COTTAGE OS EMMA 8QTJAHE.
Also, Storoce ml Tnrtt Room on
For particulars appij to
W. L OttEEJT.
BOLLES &z GO.,
No. 34 Quoen Stroet,
HATE FOR SALE, .
Hemp and Manila Cordage, all sues.
Patent and Plain Bush Bloeks. all slses. .
Anchors and Chain Cables, assorted sites.
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Sail Twlno.
Whale and Sperm 011 .......
Paints aal Paint Oil,
And a General Assortment of
Groceries and Ship Stores
gf- All of which wilt bo sold at tha lowest possible
Canned Meats, Traits and Vegetable.
A FULl. ASSOIlTJiEHT or Til.
. abore, direct from the packers For Sale bj
FOR SALE BY
B0LLE3 t CO.
Oregon Oats and Bran I
For sale bjr
BOLIiBS A CO.
i J :
- BOLIiES A CO.
For sale by
Oregon Sugar-Cared Hams.
FOIt SALE BY .
459 BOLLES t CO.
"37 5, S-
A GOOD ASSOKTjlKrl A Jiai asa.
CEIVED direct from China.
- . r n rt , ' 1
A small lot lert of tne A- in papers, x or ou oj
4i9 BOLLES A CO.
A GOOD, FAITlirUA, JIAS WHO rossbat
UTANfM Balrr ilarmlat-, ASD IV KOTKIAtD
OF JIAltD WORK. A WELL married man br pnfened.
Appir to .
TunWSS AaAjlw a uuiau
JHiFnll-Blood or Graded Angora Goats
Can order them through. Mr. ALUS? HER BEET, of thai
Hawaiian Hot I, wno wui runuaa aoj paraciuwa resaro
lur eoat. Ac. or br writing to ' -
4SI 1ju HoUUtcr. Mentersy CeCCaL
Eligible Building Lots
TrTUOIIT LOTS OF JJtXB, UIATtu o.i
or weat of tha laod latel r fenced In by Mr. James a.. J ,
Lemon, aad opposite tna residence of J. A. HaaalagerXaq,
Lota No3.'180, 181, 212, 213,
214, 215, 257, 258,,
on tha Corennntnt BurreT. aadbelasgSJ to the Estata
of tliU 1L F. Wrdtoar. The laud extends from Kmg
street to Beretama, along jraaot arreet wmiiraimm
Xing street of MI feet, aad zoo feet oa Berctanla, ant cms
I -.in. about tt fathoms, or orer three" acres. Iter of
,.r ..n Urr,ntT iatM." Tbey Wfil ttt'dUCOStd Of SS two
parols of roar Lots eel. or laauicta lota, as majsnstttmr.
enaaen. Tot tmndhis; purposes no bet Mr attea arenorr la
the market, aad lmproTements are cooatantlr tnuc made
la tnarlclnltr. The Title hi noral PatretJerisa easyx
For farlntr parujniaia inu,air ot-aysn au wa. -4f3Ja