Fhuet of tie Mooa for the Xonth of Jan., 1874.
' fntriua li cm. uimiinii.
nO.VOHJITJ MEAN TIME.
it. Toll Moon
10th, lit Quarter.....
17th, !iw Moon
2I:b, First Qoarter
Pel), lit. Foil Moon ...
. S 32 1
. 0 29 ret
. : lLSm
. 1 Ol
TIME SDJf RIKINQ AND SETTIKQ.
lit. '5nnBI.fi. ..'.': m EonEati 5 It
ttb. Son KIim....6 4) Son ten SSI "
IMS. San Else tit ' Sen gets ft 38
Sad. Soo Klles....43 Son Sets 5 41
3SIB, Son lUsee....S 4tS " Sod Sete S 44.S "
Slit, Sun Bleee....6 U " Sun Sell 5 t.S "
The World'. Illitory.
Jan IS BrlUab Mimim cpened, 1750.
16 OlUboo tbe hlttoriao died, KM.
17 Kloe; William proclaimed EmrorCf Germany, 1871.
18 Oreat tn In Sew Orleans, 16M.
19 lamu Watt bom, 1734.
SJ First Enrttih Parliament met,
21 Uoockonc reded to Great Britain, 1S41.
ROXOLtlU. JANUARY 14, 1874.
We bare te report tbe arrlral yesterday of tbe pioneer ehlp
cf tbe ne Australasian tteam line, S3 daj from Sydney
via Tijl, contlfned to Meesr. II. Rackfeld A Co-, amenta of
tbe company. be baa capacity for .towing COO to 600 tone
on freight, bealdea tbe large eupply of coal, ithich abe ttkee
OS board for tbe through TOTige from Sydney to San Fran
claco. It aril be eome time before travel end trade ere at
traded to tbe route ma It area etben tbe former lines were In
ferrlco; bntlttaanreto come, end etben tbe Urge ships are
on, end tripe made p to ecbedcle time, there can be no doubt
tbat we eball eee from ISO to 250 paeeengera pesalog tbls port
errdnr tbe market for Sogers In Sydney, adTlcea report
e very beary stock tbere cf ell grades, erblle et Melbonrne
lli era bad been en advance of 15 20s. per ton. Tbe cargo
of tbe Mary Foater ia quoted aj eold et auction, Dec 12, In
Sydney a. fultjws :
Tbe cargo of Honolulu engmr ex Alary Foater, and otber
goods, were offered by ISecirs. Stnbbe A Co., wben a portion
cf tbe rarer erma eold yellows, ISO lOl U33U; ration!,
21101 to X
Tbe cargo of tbe acbooner Daontleaa, erbfeh arrired Dec. 9
at AnctUnd. la reported to bare eold rery well In bond. Tbe
following ere tbe market quoletlona at tbat port:
firoaes. elaartttal beat whites, XS9 to 40; medium
whites, 37 to 3S lOi; yellow, 3S to 37; Uonolnln browns,
2510131; llghta, 32 to 31 Mi; Tictorian I. C, 38 10
to 39; Victorian O, 35 U 39.
American berk Helen W. Almy, 6B days from Sydney ar
rived on tbe 12th, with cargo cf coala on ahip'a account. She
will probably proceed on to San Francleeo.
Schooner C M. Ward arrired on tbe 12tb, from a cruise
among tbe gnano islands. Full reports will be found below.
Bark Mettle Macleay la about due from Portland, end the
Comet from San Francleeo will be doe from 20th to 25th.
Foreign Commercial Items.
Tbe Eire crop cf Louisiana tbe present season, 1873, will be
the largest erer produced, being estimated aa high as 150,000
bUa clean, or 34,500,000 tbe. The crop last year was only
52,206 Mils, tbe year before 30,000, and In 1870 only 49,000.
Tbe prudnctlon of this cereal Is now so firmly established In
tbat State tbat ere another year It M produce mnch more
than any otber State in tbe Union. In 1860 tbe prodoction
of Rice In tbe TJnited Statee wea 187,167,032 pouuda, while in
1S70 It fell cfi to .3,635,021 pounds, or more than 60 per cent.
Tbt principal States which produced these totals were;
Georgia..... C. 52,507,652 22,177,380
Sntb Carolina 119.100,525 32J04.823
Sorth Carolina 7,593,976 2,059.251
Loul.Una......i.......i r . 6,331.257 15,854,012
It will be seen tbat Louisiana Is tbe only'State that baa To
creased ber production, and thla eeason, from the third rank,
she will take the .first as a IUco prodocer. The imports of
f jrelgn Bice Into the United Statea last eeason were 64.G55.S27
t-oici" .' uo.oi.iii.n.
Jan 8 Schr Mary Ellen, Jim. from KahnloL Cargo: 151 kegs
a 443 bare sugar, 100 bbla jisiai. 4S hides. J'tuten
gen: U Y WiltVing, Andrew Xeedbam, Mr Arm
strong, and 14 deck.
10 Schr Kobltoy, Adatnl. from Koolan. Coryo: 109 bags
anger, 49 bbla motaasea, 2 bugs.
Schr Fairy Qneen Kaeloa, from UanaleL Cargo r 252
Schr Settle Merrill, Crane, from lahalna. Cargo: 872
kega sugar, 2 bofra, I Lo.ll goat akins.
Schr Moikeikl, Patry, from Kahnlul Chrpo: 70 kegs
a 200 bga soger, 10 Jiidee. laumgcrt: Capt T II
Hfcbrun. A P Jones, and 15 deck.
11 Stair Kilaoea, Taylor, from Windward Ports. Gziyot
8J sucep. 12 lamb., 303 bags sagar, 120 eecke ;ot
loes, 266 bides. 49 begs flour, 14 bags coffee. 11 cs
mdse, 5 roMe leather, 2 bales cotton. Piixtmgtrt:
Okie P NaLaolelua, Mrs D Kalakaua, Judge M Ide
mann, Mtas B VMdemaon, Mre Darids, Miea Uobrtm,
Mra Gray, V E Hitchcock, J C Pfluger. Chas WIN
llama. F spencer, wile and child, MissMCSbipman,
Sllsa FannyAndrewe, Mr Alooa, F LTJlwk, Heater
W Jarrett, Muter W Bailey, and 41 deck.
Schr Luke, Kaai. from Moloaa. Ctaroe: It cords fire
wood, 37 bbla beef, 2 bide tallow, 37 hides, 1 keg
toogaee. 1 bndl bags.
12 Schr Lllin, lona, from Punalau, Cargo: 200 bage
paddy, 10 bears potatoes.
Sip Live TaoLee, datk, fromllana. Cargol 2Xbage
anger, 40 bole molai.es.
Am echr C 51 Ward, Rickman, 28 days from Baker's
Island, consigned to F d Pratt, Etq.
Am bk Helen W Almy, Freeman, 58 daya from Xew.
castle, K S W, with carao of coala to mater.
13 An.trelesian and American maileteamablp Macgregor,
Grainger, 2 -y4 daye from San Francisco, with a car
go of aaaorteo nidae, cuoslgeed to U llackfeid A Co.
Echr Cilama. ttbitford, from UonaAEau. Cargo:
14 boca, 144 bage sagar, 71 bales puln, 116 bnebe
tee, 15 bndls gtt skins, 22 bage coffee, 11 hidea, 6
tkge butter, 4 bis oranges, 4 J bndla aogmr cane, 35
ocba bauanaa. Thxsmgcrtz John South, George
Caraley, and 14 deck.
Jan 8 Schr nettle, Xika, for NawiliwilL
10 Am bk Delaware, Hlcde, for Victoria, B C.
12 Strar Kltauea. T.J lor. for Windward Porta. Jfeisra.
cert : Out P Kehaolelua, W C Parke, Capt G W Wll
fjiig, G Armetrong. J Tucker, Andrew Keedham, J
Lntrell, end about 25 deck.
13 Schr Hary Eiien, Jim, for KahnluL
Ezroarcr eCBooxrJL C M Waan, Ricxxi:, Mum. Left
llonolttln Sot 1st. Had light winds from the eastward to let
10 X, long 150 W; then took a strong breexe from the
eonthward, which lasted for foor daya; then beeled to tbe
IE. light. 711 kit Chrlitmas Island Sot 13th, wind light from
tbe eastward Arrired at J anil Island at 4 r K, on tbel5th.
Left Jerri, for Eoderbcry laland at 10 a x, on tbe 17th, wind
light from tbe eastward. Arrired at Eoderbury at 4 r M, on
tbe 22L Left tbe latter Island for'Baker. at I T X, on tbe
21th. wind frreh from tbe 3E, arriving there at 10 a M, on
the 2th. Left Baker'a for nowlaniTa laland at 9 a x. Sot
33th. ArriTed tbere et 3 r X, same day, strong breexe from
the EXE. Left Holland's for Baker's at 3 a X, Dec 4, ar
rirlsg at Baker's et 12:30 p x, eame day, wind very strong
from tbe ENE. Left tbe Utter bland for Uonolnln at 11:30
a X, Dec U, wind light from tbe northward. Experienced
strong trades, with beary sea, tbe entire passage. Sighted
Kauai January 8lb, wind blowing eery etrong from the east
ward. On tbe 9th, bad light airs and bafiing winds. Wind
hauled to tbe SE on tbe 10th, blowing very etroog, with
beery sea and much rain. Seat day wind .billed to the k IV.
Arrired In port Jan 12th 28 daye passage.
Baker'a laland Report.
Chip Eleetra, M P Hedge, master, sailed July 9th, with
1330 tons of gusno.
Ship Enos Sonle, Tl B Soule, master, called October 2Sth,
with 2150 tons of gusoo.
Bark J B Hex, D D Boop, master, sailed Sorember 8th,
with E!0 tons of guano.
Ship C M Davis, E II Thompson, mister. Bailed December
16th. with 1C25 tone of gnano.
All these ships touch at Cork or Falmouth, for orders.
The weather baa been very warm and tbe wind light, thla
eeason. Dxjtisos UEvrsTCUt,
roe Vlcroua, B C, Per Delaware, Jan 102,359 pkga en
gar, 150 pkgs tuolasset, 100 bales pnlu, 63 bags rice, 19 bags
co2we, 6 cs dry goods, 1 coil rope. Value Domestic. $16,800,
59; Iureia;n..sl.(aJ9 50.
Faox Stwcamt, S S W. Per lleleu W Almy. Jan 12400
tons coal, 60 budle gunny bags, 125 bndls mat bsgr.
Faox Sttxxt. SSW. Per M acgregor, Jan 13 120 bxs aoap,
EScotla rope, 30 pkgs unapecifled mde, See cards, 1 bale hope,
1 pkg aaniplee.
Itox Gcaso IttaxM. Per C M Waid. JaulZ D Hemp
stead. Geo Ueuipstead, Mr Ferrier, Louis Macall, A J Elnney,
and 20 native laborers.
Tex Sax Fxuicteoo, Per MacrTeror. Jan 14-11 A P Carter,
wife, 3 children and servant, A J Cartwrlgbt, Jr. Joa Hymen,
A Loewenberc 11 Berger. Arthur Garth. Capt It Uempeteed,
Mr. P O Teylor, Miaa Adelaide Miller, W O SmiSi, A Marths
and 21 Chinese.
H0CGHTAIUNG At Kapalanta, Jan. 6, to the wife of
Dan. J. HocghUlling, aeou.
L0TJI?S0X In tbls aty, on Monday, January 12, to the
wife ad M. Louhssoo a son.
It is uld tbit a new and Important fact In
allW culture has been developed by tbe Acclimation
Society of France, namely: Tbat ellk of varied
colors can be produced by feeding tbe ailk-worm on
Hires. Worms ted on wine I cares produce a silk
of a magnificent red color. Lettnce baa been found
to produce au cmerald-jrreen clue
J3T Samuel O. Cobb (Democrat.) has been elected
llayor of Boston, Mass., by a vote of 1S.C23 ont of
19,87 votes cast. Tbls shows him to bavc been al
most unanimously tbe choice of tbe voters of Bos-
' ton. At the came election, four ladles were chosen
to fill scats on tbe Fnblle School Board of Trustees.
ROTES OF THE WEEK,
E5T" Tbe steamer Eilauea leaves for Kanal, on
tSJ Schooner Mary Foster left Sydney, Dec. 17,
for this port. Doe here Feb. 1, with coals, etc
Hf" rnrser Wearer of tbe steamer Macgregor,
will accept our thanks for favors.
Don't Fobqet That all subscriptions for tbo.
Gazette paid promptly In advance, or during tbls
month, -Kill be Five Doia'aus. ,
To be Sold. Wbslesblp 0-eon SutJ, Cspt. Tosse
which left this port clean in November, was adver
tised to be sold at auction in San Francisco.
jS Tbe summit crater of Moknaweoweo was in
most brilliant action on Sonday nl;ht last, and tbe
display was accompanied with a severe earthquake
at 11 P. M., which, however, produced no damage.
Bake Comet probably left San Francisco about
January 3, and will be due here between the 20th
and 5lh Ins. She will bring tbe next mall from
Orr ox A Tocr. Miss Knisbt learca to-day for
Lihilni, Wallukn and lllln, Intending to glre con
certs In each of those villages. Wedonbtnot tbe
residents of Maul and Hawaii will give her a hearty
S An Earth quake at sea was experienced by
tbe patscngers on board the steamer Macgregor
wben abontSSO miles north of tbe .equator, on the
1NSCHAXCE.-A very neatly-printed Calendar for
1S74, exhibiting the condition of the Northern As
surance Company of London, bas been laid on onr
table by tbe agent, Mr. T. II. Davlcs.
X3 Schooner Dauntless Capt. Berrlll, arrived at
Auckland, December, 9, thirty-seven days' from Ho
nolulu a fair passacc for tbls season of the year.
Capt. B. wj uncertain, at the latest date, whether
be would load for Sydney, or return direct to Uono
lnln. t5T" The steamship Mscgrcgor will leave at 10
o'clock A. M., tbls day, and takes three hundred
tons of freight and about forty passengers from this
rnoTOOBArns. Wc call the attention of strangers
and others to tbeadvertlscmentof Mr. H. L. Chile,
photographist, who offers a tempting assortment of
portraits and Hawaiian scenery. Give blm a call.
f3r A bill for free exchange of newspapers and
tbe free transportation of public documents, pro
perly stsmped. bas been agreed on byjbe U.S. House
The Ketch Lusalilo. This vessel which loaded
and sailed for Auckland last fall, in command of
Captain Hadtey, is reported to have been sold at
that port for one thousand pounds considered a
very good price
ChEDlT Sale. Mr. Bartow will sell to-day at bis
.rooms, a full line of choice English goods, ex recent
Importations', on very favorable lerms, to, which the
attention of the trade Is Invited.
Mr. Adams also holds a special sale on Thurs
day, of dry goods and merchandise.
More IUi.n. A short and fine kona storm set In
on Saturday afternoon, ending abont 4 o'clock on
Sunday morning, during which the rain fell in tor
rents, 4 and one-tenth inches in all. Tbe rain de
cendcd.witb more business-like dispatch than any
thing witnessed here for many a month.
Sezds. Those wishing to procure seeds of the
Australian blue gum tree, the Samsng or Monkey
pod tree, and the beautiful scsrlet blossomed Poo
clana Rcgla, can obtain them at our fjQlce. As
these seeds are given away gratuitously, those
living on the other islands must provide or their
transmission by mail or otherwise.
f5J" The Mall steamer Macgregor will leave this
forenoon at 1C o'clock for San Francisco, taking the
malls and a number of passensers from here. She
ought to make tbe run over Inside of ten days. Ber
long passage from Sydney to this port Is attributed
mainly to poor coal. She averaged about 200 miles
per diem throughout the passage. Her best speed
w as 245 miles, and ber slowest day's run 125 miles,
with heavy bead wind and seas.
Arrivals at Hawaiian- Hotel:
James It Wodebonse, TIB M'l Mr a Mrs Donnelly a son.
Commissioner A Consul, Qaeenaland.
S X Emereon, Waialua, n titration!, Queensland,
J II Coney a 2 cb, Coneyville. Ivan Henry, Melbourne,
Llent n D Arland, Tenedoa," Maj J W Rutherford, Sydney,
AutPayJ WXDavcy, L M de Albert!!,
John G Haggard. J as 11 Thompson, "
G W Willoog, Wailnku, Geo F Aniwin, "
G Arniatronc. JasBuyas, "
F L Clarke, Makawao. J W Watt, "
D Hempstead, w London, Paul Bassie, France,
G W Hempstead, Pnraer II E Wearer, ete'mahip
Mra Mre Anderson, Melb'rne, 'Mecgrrgor.
A Dense Fog. London has Its disadvantages as
well as its advantages. A dense fog set In there on
Tuesday, December 9, which very seriously affected
bnsloces in the city, and all traEc was suspended In
the city and on the Thames. No vessels arrived for
several days. The city was lighted with gas, but
fur all that, pedestrians bad to carry torches and
many accidents arc recorded. The fog covered au
area of about fifty square miles, Loudon city being
5f Passengers of late by the Kilanca, must
have missed tbe kind and attentive care of Ilcr
nandcz. AH who have ever traveled on tbe 6tcamer
have received his alteution, never partial, treating
all with the many little favors that a Steward can
show. We are sorry to know tbat be is very sick,
with but small chance or recovery, ana wc feci sure
that. If tbe good wishes of bis many friends could
be answered, we would again sec blm at his post.
Hawaiian-Ferns. We acknowledge theTecelpt
of a small pamphlet of 14 pages, giving a synopsis of
Hawaiian ferns, prepared by Mr. J. M. Lldgate ol
Hilo. Tbe pamphlet catalogues 6ome thirty or more
varieties of onr terns, following the arrangement
and nomenclature of Hooker. We hope it msy
prove the precursor of n more full work, from the
same author, on Hawaiian ferns.
The Eccaltttcs Tree. We have once before
referred to the large Eucalyptus tree in San Jose.
In one of tbe Stockton papers, we find the follow
ing description of it:
The largest tucalypliu glebvlut (blue gum tree)
tbat we have seen In tbe Slate is In San Jose. It is
17 years old from the seed, and stands in tbe beauti
ful grounds of the Lake Honse, near Dclmas Avenue.
Its height Is estimated by good judges to be abont
one hundred Icet. Tbe trunk is two feet In diame
ter at tbe ground and has the taper to the very top
of a very finely proportioned flag pole. Tbe bark Is
smooth and tbe trunk Is free from limbs about bslf
Us height. It more nearly resembles a tree tbat was
grown In a forest than one that bas been exposed In
comparatively open ground. Tbe upper limbs seem
vety light, and foliage thin for a trvc of so large a
size. It is in vigorous growing condition, and bids
fair to make an Immense tree. A few acres of for
est of such trees would be a fortune to any one.
For all purposes tbe Umber or the eucalyptus is,
perhaps, the very best in the world."
Correspondence of the Gaxette.
Mr. Editor: In your Issue or Jan. 7tb, 1S74, the
Principal of the Seminary at Labalnaluna a seml
narr supported by the Hanallin Government
brings a serious charge against a netrtpaper of this
city. That charge Is or is not true. No one who
understands tbe Hawaiian language, and will read
the paper referred to, can doubt the truth ot tbe
Tour comments on tbe letter are jnst and correct,
as may be seen In the 37th Chapter oi tbe Penal
Code. These being facts, the important question
.irises: Where are the officers of government ap
pointed to look alter the morals of the youth of the
land, and to execnte tbe laws ? Where is the In
spector General pf Schools, appointed and paid by
government to oversee our schools and seininaric f
Where the Attorncv General, always on the alert to
prosecute the awa seller who unlawrully disposes
of this drag t Is the moral education or the youth
of this land oi less importance than the physical?
Docs not the mind need as much looking after as
tbe body? Can obscene pictures be photographed
upon the Wind ol .our youth, tbo laws of the land
Ignored, and tbo community approTC ? I think not.
Mr. Editor; Webeg to acknoledge through the
columns or your paper, the receipt ol the following
contributions of bandages, etc, for the sick at Mo
Dec 6, from Mrs. XL Dlmond, one package.
Dec 8, from Mrs. E. O. Hall, one package
Dec 19, from Mrs. P. J. Gullck, two packages.
Dec 20, from Mrs. G. H. Luce, one package
Jan. 3, from Mrs. A. F. Jodd, one package
Jan. 10, from Mrs. J. G. Dickson, one package
Jan. 12, from Mrs. K. Stirling, one packaze.
From Mr. W. W. Hall, sundry packages of plants
and seeds for hospital yards.
All of the above we can assure the donors were
very acceptable and have elicited many thanks from
tbe hospital steward. We want more.
For tbe Hawaiian Board oi Health.
Sam'l G. Wilder.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1S74.
A Gallant Ofticer. The conduct of Capt. Lor
raine of tbe British war steamer Niobe, at Santiago,
is worthy of all praise Had be been thereat tbe
time thcVirginius was brought Into port by the
Tornado, the bloody Spanish butchery' would bare
been prevented. Tbe following telegraphic report
shows that the gallant Captain Is worthy to serve
aa Admiral ;
"The British war vessel Nlobe has- arrived. Her
commander, Lambton Lorraine, left Jamaica in such
baste tbat several or ber crew, who were ashore on
leave were left behind. He hardly stopped to csst
anchor at Santiago before be hastened ashore and
protested against the killing ot any more of Ihe
Virginias' crew. General Bnrriel answered bhn
S3 nelly in a letter, sajlnir that any executions that
had been ordered would be proceeded with. Com
mander Lorraine instantly returned a reply to the
effect tbat in tbe absence of an American man-ol-war
he would protect not only tbe Interests of bis
country but those of the United States, and tbstlt
Bnrriel harmed a hair of another prisoner be bad,
be would bombard the city. It was generally be
lieved at Santiago tbat this action of tbe British
commander saved the lives of the rest of tbeVir
giolue' crew. Commander Lorraine afterward ob
tained five copies of tbe process ol the court-martial
condemning tbctn to death, two of wh'cb he in
tended to transmit to our Government and two
others to bis own."
Arrival of the Australian Mall.
The Grit, steamship Macgregor arrived off tho
port on Monday evening, 234 days from Sydney,
having left promptly on the day announced,
December 20, and made a longer passage than
was anticipated. Purser H. K. Weaver has fur
nished us with the following items and memoranda
of her voyago np :
The Macgregor has been employed in the
China tea trade heretofore until chartered for six
months by the P. M. S. S. Company before leav
ing China for this service. She is a very good
eeabnat and has made some good passages between
San Francisco and Hongkong. She was built in
1872 for D. X. Margregor, Esq., of Leilh, who is
also owner of the next steamer, the " Mikado."
The Macgregor brings 75 passengers, including
26 in the saloon. There are C for this port, viz :
Mr. and Mrs. Dnakeld, Captain Hatfield and three
in the steerage. There ia ample room fur SO
more V'e believe that Major Rutherford, Royal
Bengal Stall Corps, and Signior d'AIbertis, an
eminent naturalist, who bos been exploring
New Guinea, intend to remain till next steamer
to see the lions of Honolulu.
The steamship Macgregor is 141S tons register,
and 320 nominal horse-power. She left Sydney at 5
r. St., Saturday, December 20tb, and experienced
strong easterly and northeaslly winds, with heavy
swell and overcast weather till 26th nit. ; 6trong
gale and heavy sea to 23tb, from thence to Kandavu
strong easterly winds. Arrived at Kandavu Mon
day, December 29tb, at 9:50 A. M. ; leaving the new
Fijian Consul and Vice-Consul, Messrs. Layard and
Low, on board U. B.M. S. Pearl, CommauderGood
enougb. Transhipped passengers and cargo from
branch steamer " Governor Blackall," and left again
at 5 r. M. Experienced strong N.N.E. gales to 31st
nit; then light breezes from same quarter to Jan.
Tib. Crossed the equator at 4 A. M., 6th Inst. Fresh
and strong easterly winds and heavy swell till 10th,
and from thence to arrival moderate S.E. toS.W.
breezes with fine weather. Made Honolulu at 5 r.
M., Monday, the 12tb, lay to for the night, firing
bine Uzhts and rockets. Took pilot on Tuesday
at 6:40 a. M- On January Tth, at 11:50 a.m., received
a sudden and very perceptible shock for which no
cause could be assigned, 1st 4 11' N, long 165' 23'
W. Clear weather and good observations.
The Christmas Bazaar of Mesdames Wetmore
and Hitchcock secured three hundred dollare for
the new foreign school house. The sum of three
hundred and fifty dollars had been previously
pledged. Plans for a building 24x31 feet in the
clear, 1G feet liigh with a seven foot verandah nil
around,-have been drafted by Mr. H. B. Hitch
cock, and arrangements have been nearly com
pleted to proceed immediately in its erection.
The estimates do not exceed twelve hundred dol
lars. Hilo, finding the expense of freight, storage,
commissions and labor upon sugar at Honolulu,
too great a burden,.is considering the matter or
direct exportation. Kaiwiki Plantation takes
the lead, and a vessel from California will shortly
arrive to load sagar and molases for San Fran
cisco direct. This shows enterprise.
All the plantations are busily and successfully
engaged in securing the crop, which is in prime
order, and promises so abundant a yield aa to ex
ceed tbe past.
A severe norther haa raged for successive
weeks, keeping up a heavy sea and preventing
the schooner Panahi from discharging her cargo
at tbe plantations for some thirty days. She has
lost three anchors at Kaupakuea during this
time, but will leave soon for Honolulu.
New Years' Day was generally observed in
Hilo by tbe natives, who came to the grand de
monstration at Haiti Church, after the fashion
of old timesl A great procession of Sabbath
school children, pupils from Mr. Lyman's school,
and parents with delegations from the out sta
tions, were led by the Hilo and Onomea bands
to' tho church. The exercises were conducted
by Kev. Titus Coan'nnd were worthy of com
mendation, comparing favorably with those of
similar demonstrations in the TJnited Stales.
The people made their own arrangements, and
Mr. Coau, with bis usual ntbanity and good tact,
cirried them out, thus presenting a striking
proof of teaching well learned by apt scholars,
who are no whit behind any similar portion of
.the human race. Mnsic was furnished by the
two bands, by the Hilo and Onomea Sunday
schools, by the Lyman school, and speeches were
made by natives and foreigners. A gift of up
wards of fifty dollars was made for painting the
interior of tbe church. After the close of tbe
exercises the people adjourned to partake of a
cold collation prepared by the foreign ladies of
Hilo, led by Hon. Mrs. Burns Lyman , for the
benefit of the native cemetery. The proceeds
amounted to one hundred and twenty-five dollars.
Bev. Dr. Coan is taking steps to secure a char
ter for Haili Church, that it may possess the
right to hold property. It is said that the pres
ent native burying ground is partially owned by
parties who object to future interments.
One of tbo most pleasing of the many pleasant
incidents of New Year's day, was the gathering
of tbe graduates of the Lyman School at tbe res
idence of their venerable instructor to remember
him with a happy New Year's gift. All the
present pupils, led by Hon. S. Kipi and forty
graduates, surprised Mr. and Mrs. Lyman with
their " aloha o ka makabikt hou." Their gift was
one hundred and forty dollars in cash. As ar
rangements bad been made with Puna, Eobala,
Kan and olher districts that contain graduates of
the school, which could riot be present, tbe gift
win be largely increased hereafter. This is a
well-merited present, as the Lyman school has
not only been tho only high school on the Island
of Hawaii, but also one of tbe most useful and
important educational institutions on the islands.
N. B. Sir Thomas Spencer gave overy lady
housekeeper a New Year's present of excellent
syrup to sweeten the joya of domestic life "Who
wouldn't live in Hilo?
By way of Sydney, letters have been received
from Bonabo by Bev. J. F. Pogne, Secretary or
tho Hawaiian Board, the latest being October 23.
Up to that time, tho brig Morning Star, which
left this port early in June, had not arrived. She,
however, had been placed by the Board at the
service of Ber. Mr. Snow, who was authorized to
keep her for exploration among the Marshall Isl
ands, aa long as he thought proper. When she
reaches Bonabe she will be dispatched on her
cruise among the groups lying to the westward of
tbat station, conveying thither and locating six
families of native missionaries.
Tho Hawaiian brig Kamchameha Y. left Bo
nabe August 6, for Honolulu, intending to trade
among the islands on route to Ibis port. She ts
fully due here, and has letters from the mission.
The mission families, as far as beard from, were
all well. They refer to the kindness and favors
shown them by the vessels of the German trad
ing merchants of the Navigator (J roup, Messrs.
Goddefroy and others, who offer to facilitate their
work ia every possiblo way.
Tho English papers ore again mnch exercised
about the safety of Or. Livingstone. Tho latest
accounts from Central Africa, where he last was,
report that ho bad been captured by a hostile
chief, and held as prisoner. At the last meeting
of tho Boyal Geographical Society, held in Oc
tober, the subject came np for discussion, but no
satisfactory information was laid before Ihe so
ciety. In bis opening address, the president re
ferred to the letter published in the Times with
reference to the imprisonment of Livingstone,
and said that tbo ransom had already been sent,
but Dr. Livingstone's friends were not disposed
to trust entirely to the account without further
information. Later than this nothing definite
has been received, and the world will remain for
a while in suspense about the fate of this singu
Kir West, December 20. Information reached
here yesterday from Havana that serious complica
tions with regard to Cnba bare arisen between the
Spanish and British Government. The advices did
not state the precise nature of the difficulties, but It
is rumored here that the Britiih Consnl-General at
Havana has received dispatches from Lord Granville
to instruct all naval commanders In the West Indies
to immediately rendezvous in Caban ports. It is
stated that in official eirclos it ia certainly known
that the British Government will demand the punish
ment of Bnrriel.
Wasuisgtox, December 21. It has been known
for some days that tbe Spanish Government has fur
nished evidence with regard to tho Virginias and her
claim to the right to bear the flag of the United
States and that the President had submitted tbe evi
dence to the Attorney-General for his opinion. It
seema now to be understood in official circles that
the Attornoy-General has given an opioion that the
vessel had forfeited Ihe right to bear the flag of the
TJnited States, and at tbe time of her capture was
carrying it without right, and improperly. In view
of this opinion, our Government will, in accordance
with the terms of the protocol. Institute inquiry and
adopt proceedings against the Virginias, and against
any persons who may appear to have been goilty of
illegalities in connection therewith. As Spain haa
proven to the satisfaction of the United States that
tho Virginias wai, at the time of her capture, carry
ing the United States flag without right, the salute
on the 25th day of December will be diipenied with,
as now not necessarily requirable, but the United
States Government will expect a disclaimer of intent
to offer indignity to its flag in the act which was
committed. From the froor submitted by Spain, it
appears that tho clearance papers of the Virginias
were obtained by perjury.
Australasian & American Mail
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About the 10th of February.
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T-For l-relglit and lnasaare, or any farther Infor
tnaUon, apply to
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TTm Schooner 'Mile Morris'
Will run regnlarly every week to
jki.oolau e-vnt-T VAJLiux-a-v.
For Freight, apply on Board to
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Steamer gg& "Ktlauea,"
TATLOU, t s t I 1 I XASTCR.
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JnnAr7' Hth.-,. -January
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-Circuit of Kanal
March Oth ...
March 23tl .
-Kooa and Kannakakal
1X1 I o
Circuit or Kauai
March 30th Hilo
Steamer leaves Honolulu at 3 r. v., excepting- trips that
abe touches at Kaqnafcatal, wben she will leave at 10 r. h.
Vpoo tbe HUo trips, tbe steamer will Dot leave Iahaloa
before 4 a. jcoaup trips. On Kona trips will not leave
before S x. m.
From this date tbe payment of Cash for Passage, wQl
be strictly enforced. TICKETS AT THE OFFICE,
Vot responsible for unmarked baggage, or aor freight
unless receipted for. SAMUEL O. WILD Ell, Agenc
HEMP AND MANILLA CORDAGE,
Assorted Eiies. For isle 1
B0LLES A CO.-
Late. Foreign News. .
Elisabeth, Queen Dowsgtr of Prussia, Is dead
Ihe TKtirat asserts that tho President declines to
Accept the resignation of Sickles, who, therefore, re
mains at Madrid.
Castelar is assured bj the Great Powers that tbtj
will recognise the Spanish Republlo when Carthagena
snrrenders. Ihe bombardment was renewed with
Congress is arranging to hare the estimates and
expenditures of the Government cut down so as to
arold the additional taxation demanded by the Se
cretary of the Treasury.
Secretary Richardson calls on Congress for an In
crease of taxes to tbe amount of $5,000,000. The
debt has Increased $3,000,000 last month. It Is a
choice between more taxes and a new loan.
Sargent has introduced a bill for tbe establishment
of schools In several of the States, Including Cali
fornia, for the education of boys for the merchant
marine service, with Instructions from the nary of
tbe TJnited States.
Elections for members of the French Assembly
Sunday, in three departments, resulted in favor of
Page has Introduced a bill with heavy penalties
againit the Coolie labor trade with the United States.
In the U. S. House of Representatives notice was
given of a bill to repeal so much of tbe pcitai act as
prohibits weekly newspapers from palling through
the mail free.
The London Times does not think well of Grant's
suggestions as to tho freedom from right of search of
vessels bearing the American flag on tho high seas,
and about specie payments, but praises his message
for its moderate tone ; as do also the most of the
more prominent English journals.
A special dispatch from London says the inactivity
of tbe Spanish fleet at Carthagena, is owing to doubts
of the fidelity of tho Iron-clad "Saragossa."
A dispatch from Berlin says that the city of Posen
will probably be declared in a state of siege Inconse
quence of the prevailing Ultramontane agitation.
The London four says it has trustworthy informa
tion that by tho privately expressed wiihof Fins IX,
the Cardinals hare been in consultation and have se
lected Cardinal Peed, Archbishop of Perugia, for the
next Pope. He was born in 1810, and became a Car
dinal in 1862. He is a hard working Bishop, Ultra.
monUnist, but would, no doubt, livo on terms of
amity with the Italian Government. Even the free
thinkers of Italy greatly respect Cardinal Peccl.
The United States Senate met Deo. 1, and was call
ed to order by President Wilson. Among other busi
ness Sumner offered a joint resolution for an amend
ment of the Constitution making the President's
term six years, the President to be elected by direct
vote, but ineligible for re-election, and also for abolish
ing the office of Vice-President. Conkiing introduced
a bill providing for replacing Into the treasury all
back-pay returned, and prohibiting the payment of
snch sums as are yet uncalled for. Pratt Introduced
a bill fixing the salaries of mombers at $5,000, ex
clusive of traveling expenses to and from the capital,
and allowing $200 for stationery, postage, ete. Sar
gent introduced several local bills.
The Department of State has no information eon
cernlng the rumored complications between Great
Britain and Spain, with regard to tho Virginius
FOR SALE, ALL KINDS AND SIZES!
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64 & 65 Tost Street.
rrWIE BEST (lUAUTT, GBEATEST YABI.
JL ety, and
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at any other place In this dty, for the low price or
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Do not listen to any recommendation, but come and see
' T It I CHASE.
the iiov.se axd rREJii.iEs rortir.
erly occupied hy the late Dr. s. 1". Ford. For parti
culars, apply to (iss-tfi It. OILLILAJlD.
Kotice of Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE COPARTXERSIITP HERETOFORE
existing between the undersigned expired by limita
tion on the 11 Ui Inst. All persons having accounts open
with the late firm are requested to settle wltliMr. ASMKE,
who is duly authorized for that purpose. Ah&KE,
Honolulu, Nov. 28, 1873. 453 3m
PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE BY
DEC. 3VX. AV JdLXTKTrErer,
Wo. 14 merchant Street,
(Adjoining Post Office,)
HONOLULU, H. I.
A DICTIONARY OF TUB HAWAIIAN
Lttiguage, to which Is added & Tocabalirj of
KogHih words rendered in Ilnwaiiin. and a chrono
logical table of principal crents in Hawaiian history.
II; Lorrin Andrew!. Price, in sheep binding, $5 ; or
$6 in half morocco library itylo. This work will to
mailed tu any part of tbe United States, free of Ha
waiian or American postage, for $1 in U. S. postage
rtamps, in addition to tbe price of the book.
JAUVES' HISTORY OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
anda. By J. J. Jarres. Fourth edition. 1872.
To which is added in appendix, chowlng the pres
ent commercial and agricultural condition of tbe
Islands, with a sketch of tbe rolcanio eropttons,
by II. M. Whitney, editor of the Hawaiian news
paper Kuokoa. With a full length photograph of
King Kamehameba V. Price $i.50 : mallei free,
SYNOPSIS OF THE MOST ESSKNTIAL POINTS
in Hawaiian Grammar. For the use of tbe papiU
in Oahu College. Second edition, revised, by W.
D. Alexander, President of Oahu College. Price
HAWAIIAN niUASE BOOK. A manual of collo
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r L aj - J - J : a t IA S .
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ANDREWS HAWAIIAN GRAMMAR. By Lorrin
Andrews. An indispensable aid fur foreigner In
acquiring tbe natire tongue. In its arrangement
of tbe parts of speech, and Its illustrations of tbe
peculiarities of the language, ft Is better adapted
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work published. Price, in flexible corers, $1.50.
HAWAIIAN FORM BOOK. By J. "W. Kanwabl.
A manual of furras required In drawing up agree
ments, bonds, wills, and all kinds of legal docu
ments required in courts. Price, $3
LAIEIKAWAI, THE LADY OF THE TWILIGHT.
In Hawaiian. A noret founded on tbe tradition of
one uf the ancient Hawaiian Princesses, illustrating
Hawaiian antiquities, habits and sayings. $1.
PACTFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, Vols.
1 to 14, inelusire ; embracing from the years 1836
to 1870, and giring a concise and Impartial history
of tbe political aod social progress ol the Kingdom
during that period. $6 per rolume.
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CHART OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. En
gTared on steel, and printed at Washington,
expressly for the undersigned. This is the most
correct chart published. Price, $1.50.
By E. P. ADAMS.
ON THURSDAY, f : : JAN. 15th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M., at Salesroom,
WILL BE OFFERED,
-V 3MTo-sv Xalxxo of
Oenls Aisorted Ciothlngv
Cento rnrnbhlnff Good,
Ladies' Fancy Dress Goods
Indies' Fancy Orr&KHnea an4 Crepe.
Osboorcs, Alpacas, I tall an Clotlis, Mertnoe. At, sic, c.
In'lle Fine IIonIery.
Ladle Assorted Corsets,
Heat MilfM and Onny Lace,
Cambric Edglnga, Insertion and Floonclnc.
Lace CulUra and CuOm,
All Wool Shawls,
Fancy .Unas Goods,
Print. Brown Cottons, Wslte Cottons In all makes, Ac, Ac
SOME GOOD GROCERIES 1
Sardines, Olive Oil, Candles, Crackers la Uns,
Oysters, Fine Teas, Kerosene OU, Lard,
Totwicco, Vinegar, WettpHalU llama. .
Peanut Oil. Yeast lowder. Card Matcbea
Crushed Sugar, nce, Jtc, Ac, Ac
Expected to .Arrive per Comet
50 Sks Golden Gate Extra Family Flour
E. P. ADAMS, AucV.
DR. J. C0LLIS BROWNE'S
IS THE ORIGINAL AICD ONLY GENUINE.
THE PUBLIC AIIE CAUTIONED AGAINST
the unfounded statements frequently made, "that
the composition of CULKODYNK Is known to Chem
ists and the Medical profession." The fact Is, Chlo
rodyne was aiscorerea ana inTented oy vt. J. uui
LIS BROWNE (ex Army Medical Staff), and so
named by htm, and It haa bailed all attempts at anal
ysis by the first Chemists of the day. The method
and secret of the preparation hare never, been pub
lished. It is obvious, therefore, that anything sMd
under the name, sate Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S
CHLOtlODYNE, is a spurious imitation.
CAUTION. Vice-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood stated
that Dr. Collis Browne wa undoubtedly the Inventor
HEMEDIAL C3E3 AND ACTION.
This loTalnable remedy produce quiet, rcfrctblog; lie!,
relieve pato, calms tbe ;tcm, reaturee the derao(vd fnt
tlons. and stlmnlatea healtbT action of the secretions of tbe
body, without ci rating, any ef tboae unpleasant result at
tending tbe use of opium. Old and jqqbs may take It, at all
hours acd times when requisite. Ibuuiaods of persons tes
tify to Its marvellous good effect aod wonderful cures, while
medical men extol It Tlrturs moat extentlTely, vtlng It la
great qnantitle In tbe following dieaes: Cholera, Ujteo
tery, DiarrboM, Colics, Cough. Aithma, Ilbeamatiaia, Neu
ralgia, nuooying lou go, uraoip .ujtieria, ic.
EXTRACTS VROM MEDICAL OriNlONS-
The Right Hon. Karl Unwell communicated to the Cofleg
of I'bjilclan-J, and J. T. Darenport, that he bad received la-
lonuatioD tame eneci int lueoxir remedy ciaoj eerftcein
Cholera was CMLORODi'NE. & Lancrt W. 31.
Dr. Lowe, Mrdlcal Missionary In India, reports (Dec, ICO)
tbat In nearly every case of Cholera la which Dr. J. COLLIS
BROWNE'S CULOKODY.NE was administered, the paUeat
Extract from Malical Tints, Jm 12. ISCC Chlorod jne Is
prescribed by scores of orthodox medical practitioners. Of
course it would not thus be singularly popular did It not
'supply a want and fill a place."
Extract from tbe General Board ol Health, London, as to
Its eOcacy In Cholera-' So ttrongly are we convinced of tbe
Immense value of tbls remedy, that we cannot too forcibly
urge ine necfwiiy oi aaopiiog 11 in an caees."
CAUTION. None genuine without the words "Dr. J,
COLLIS BROWNE" on tbe Government Stamp. Overwhelm
ing medical testimony accompaole Mth bottle.
Sole manufacturer, J. T. DA VKNPORT,
S3, Great Ruuell St.. Bloomtbury, London.
Sold In Bottles at Is. 1 W1-. 2. W.. aod 4i. fid.
Agent tn New York, W. II. Scsitrrsxis k Co. and J. C
For New Year's.
lTOTIIIXO BETTEIt FOR A HUllABIX
Gold Pen or Pocket ICnirc!
To be had at
S 3t WHITNEY'S.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
OX 1TAXD AXD
Just Received perjark D. C. Murray,
Diaries for 1874,
JtlVEMira, la grrat variety,
TOY rtOOHS, Colored, Cloth ana Main,
roirricAi. wo run,
coin pens Axn pexox casem,
ATAXDAIID EXUIXSII IV Oil KM,
riCTtmra, Framl and Unframtd.
Nocklncba; Pearl, Amber A Class,
&c, a. Ac
iTct As Holiday Goods In Hooololu are not rery plenty
this year, thoae who come early wW te belt served.
its U It. M. WIlfTREV.
1873 Columbia Eiver Salmon,
fX ItAIlICKLS AND HALF UAltKELS.
L A Prime Quality. None better In the Market,
For Sale by B0I.LE3 A BO.
Also, jPox- ScuLo,
HAWAIIAN BIBLES I to and 8ro., bound in fanej
morocco eorer, with records for marriages, birtbs
and deathi, suitable for family bibles. Price, ao
cording to style of binding, from $S to f 12.
HAWAIIAN HYMNS For eoeial and church ler
Tice. Price, cloth, $1 ; full bonnd morocco, gilt,
KA HAE H00NANI A collection of Sabbath
efbool bjmni and tones. Price, 25 cents.
B. Any books pnbliibed in the Hawaiian lan
guage, or any booVi pertaining to the Islands, If
obtainable, will be procured for persona desiring them.
For inle by
H. M. WHITNEY.
Polar and Sperm Oil,
FtaCATfHTIES TO Nl'IT.-I or fiaJe by
112 BOtXES A CO.
BOLLES &z CO.,
No. 34 Queen Stroot,
HAVK TOR SALE.
Hemp and Manila Cordage, all sixes.
Talent a J Plain Bnsh Blocks, all litei.;
Anchors and Chain Cablet, assorted sizes,
Ootton Suck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Sail Twine.
Whale and Sperm Oil
Paloti and Paint Oil,
And a General Anortment of
Groceries and Ship Stores
ptr All of which will be sold at tha loweit possible
Canned Heats, Fruits and Vegetables.
A FULL ASSOUT.MEJiT OF THE
abore, direct from the packers. For Sale by
439 BOLLES A CO.
OR SALE IIV
B0LLE3 4 CO.
Oregon Oats and Bran I
For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
For sale by
B0LLE3 t CO.
A HOOD ASSORTMENT JUST ItE
CEIVED direct from China.
A small lot left of the 1-4 lb paper. For Sale by
. 489 . , B0LLE3 A CO.
' California Brick.
For sale by BOLLES t CO.
ENGLISH IRON-STOCK ANCHORS-WEIGHT
from 100 lbs. to 4000 lbr. Forialeby
S BOLLES A CO.
Br c. s;kaktow.
GMT LWT II1TIT.
COMMENCING THIS W,
WEDNESDAY. JAN. 14tk.
At 10 sslMk A. SSW
Sold on Liberal Terms.
THE LIST INCLUDES ALL XXX&3 OT
ICiifxliiylx Dry Goods,
Ales, Wines, Jkc, Jcc, ice
Jfr- For PnrUcnlars See Catalogves.
C. S. BARTOW.
WILL BE SOLD AT WSTIQS,
ON SATURDAY, Jas.
AT II O'CLOCK. XOOX.
& Trig flue tepwtrf Sftifci
This offers a splendid epporraity for Stotk Ratr
era to Improve their Suck of Horses.
For partis oiara apply U E. IT. BOTD. at tlx Ttm
ny Market. C. S. BARTOW. JtaeVr.
ATtTn Urn TTT n? slur, n r now "
Jtppfrta C a. SLajraCT.
CASKS COAL TAR FOR SALE BT
BOLLES X CO.
STOCKHOLM. VX BBL3. A5B HALT BBXJL
American Tar Is bbls. Fertale by
BOLLES A CO.
RUSSIA DUCE. nEMP SAIL TWIXE. COTTOS
Cock, assorted naasVcrs, Cetten Sail Terns, as
sorted lilts. For sale by
IZES FROU 5-8 TO I 3-8 XSCU. anrir Tr
Chain In qaastitlci to anit. Fsr sale by
BOLLES A CO.
STOCKHOLM PITCH VX BBLS AXD E7.BBL3.
TCUminEton PiUh Is bbla. For aaU by
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WORMLIKE, nOCSELIXE. SEIXEfQ. MAX.
LINE, Ae. Far sale by
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NEW YEAR. 1S74!
PERIODICAL AND SEWS Jt&BKY
AMERICAS, X50LUE ASS AStrTZAXXlS
iVrniaW to SuttrrOm srUJUai Tm ss TVuuy Xarya
ran. IU daft if pmitlcottom.
And at prlrM tbat Urelj eorer lb eoaa ef saeerrraliaaa ia I
Papers Delivered Free cf FctSayt in enrf per
of Aa Croup.
Ho Subscriptions taken for Laia tsVsa One Tear.
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M. Y. Weekly Tines A 09
Tbe X. Y. Irlak Aeserlcaa .. . a 09
N. Y. I4lar, a nosy papwr . . a OS
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X. Y. Weekly Zeltanc '.' I OS
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