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(TI - THK WEKK.
CJT" A Terr pleasant social reunion watbeld on
Monday last, bj tbe member of Queer Emma
Lodfrc, I. O. G. frat tlic hall on Kmic street.
M Tbe tbree-maMed atfioooer Hera will leave
I for Sau Francisco with a mail on Saturday next at
noon. 8 he oupbt to reacb 8. F. bj March Stb.
Next Man.. -The next mail from San Francisco,
will be by tbe Mary Belle RoberU. wbleb will leave
on tbe eomlog Satorda), and will be doe here Mareb
fjy A minstrel performance will be pivrn on
ta;urdaj rr.-nitii; next, by divers dlwiplet f Thrs
pia In tbe Theatre, Oder tbe manact-OKUt of Mr.
ty The credit aale by Mr. Adi:.s at tbe atorc of
Messrs. U. Hscklrld .t C"., waa well attended and
fair price ruled. Tbe aale will be coutiaaed t.-day
at 0 o'clock.
The II itsnslo-. llurine.
A deserlptloa ar the Jnpancae
freaenllr thruaa-b nfk mouth lUo It
laUv a ameal af a aaatl always jaips rta artirtt y
has in aaaaa. traat il..: th.. wL.. I.. st
ats- .. eaihwi;; tht tar ar. daafatrbs-d fna
aj r m4.ii 1.1 aT ! W""" Valine at laaat I
aWra prsar a. W la aaaar'a aaj if a. T prior u ta i
armal f u Lii auak al N Vork.
Tvh afca aiir Hera. U ot n-na Ma FraartaRi. aarM a
Jaaaii itialil aiiiraaaa'a i u, Maaara. UackVU at Cu.
Saa- saa 1 1 I II II I i llllu. ta oajjra, aaJ anW aall lar m
J -. a-r.:al.. fraat al
r atai kaa faMaajr akan af , baeiac
aaaaV av t-a taa aac I a al b aaitaraac aan. 8aa
cMalaataa I fc-alaar. raarr Co.. mjt wifl
anil, aaaaaara aaraa fiaanaaa
aau af l alai hr-art.l mj Bttla
Sartr M. NoTTEBnM. After havirg been In port
over foajr in..: ' -. tbia sbip fi.t to ra on Thursday
IbelOth Inat. We truat tbat tbe will reach berdetti
nation in aafctv.
Jl-tx FrKCKaL. One of tin aallor of the
Trakuba died yratcrday, and waa buried In tbealler-
itli a oarer c.mm;ni;lili(; of eBMefL
t-j The next aaail temUp ( u. tbe anoth. will i
be tbe City ol San Franeiacu. wbleb left Tori Cbal- ',
mere Feb 9th, connertlm: at Fiji with the atcarncr i
wbich left Sydney Feb. lth. Tbe time-table calla
for her arrival here March I
aar aaaaaa tm- tnaa t eaah
ajL -i m ' -a .-a traat
ra I an la illall aa a-aanaaj arltrnoa for Taklu, BUIaj ;
aaaari.af 1 u
tl w- w. . tiiiffiin aaaaaaaaa raari HataHaT )
ami acaqjaaT ae
I ! I I atlliaara.llactf.H Oa'aaaat I
- Tl aaaa ana al aaaaaa tVa. In at Oua-aCk at '
uwi i- i - ' U. Ht
mc Tfci ilianai aa aaa anoat .4 nucan. nu, atoa. ana
V- aalf aaaa aiwai aa aaw aatalaaaa af eaaae. riot aaa
paa vaa, aaaaaaal tar waa. a aaal . rW raM
Goxe. Dr. Mobaberr, tbe Indian doctor, who
baa become qni'.e famous dorinp hie atai In Hono
lulu, tooa: auaaf;e yealerday iu the VXy of Mel
bourne fur Australia, wbrrc, perhaps, bis skill will
be mure appreciated I liau here.
fy- Bee. C G. MeCully tendered bl rrtajrnatioo
of tbe pastorate of tbe church at Halluwell, Me..
Dec. 3& Be is called to Calais. His church, bo -ever,
hare onanimoatly invited bim to remain, and
tbe matter tuar be referred to a council.
J. Saturday last waa the second snnireraary of
tbe accession of His Majesty to tbe Hawaiian
th rune, wbich event was honored by a lute at
noon. The first anniversary occurred durum the
passage home of the Kind and suite, from San Fran
cisco, on board tbe Pensscola.
On Friday last, the 11th inst. Hi. Imperial
Japanese Majesty's steamer Tsutuba was
telegraphed a little before 9 o'clock A. at., and
aboat 12 m . she entered the harbor. The fact
that she is the second war vessel of Japan that
has ever visited this port adds greatly to the
interest manifested in her. In I860, the
Kandinmarrah, the first naval vessel of Japan
that had ever been permitted to cross the
ocean, and about the first craft of the modern
Japanese navy, anchored in this harbor. She
was not a formidable ship, and the old tars of
European and American navies found much in
her appearance and the conduct of her officers
and crew to criticise and laugh at. The second
visitor conies after an interval of fifteen years,
aud affords an opportunity of studyiug the re- .
markable progress that wonderful nation has ;
made during this short interval in adapting I
herself to the requirements of western civilisa
tion. The following description is fruto the j
Tbs Taakuba ia technically a eorrtUa.or mors pro
parly a naa at aloon-of-var. She ia a vessel of 1033 1
tons burden, full ship rijrrnd. with aleaaa rnr.ue of
Jon hre-porer, propelling a screw of safieient site j
to drire the veasl twelve knot an hour. She carries
fourteen gn and a fall complement of small arm. '
with a crew of 232 men, 2o ofiioera and 36 cadets.
Tbaa in the lite and appointments of the ship, in her
armament and in tbe number of Iter crew, she ranks ,
fairlr with the second clars eruiesr of tbe naviea of I
Anjtm informed the reporter tbat the Trokuba wai
originally known ss tbe Malacca. 8h was built in
Indis for the Britith government about tbe time of
the Crimean war, and railed ndr lb British naj
until about four yaars ago. when ahe was sold to Ja
pan. Her engines are of SOO-borre power, and were
bailt by Humphreys and Lenoet of London.
Besides (be Tsnkuba the Japan navy eonrirts of
about a dosen vessels, including one iron-clad frigate,
of English build ,- the old Stonewall Jackson, a contri
bution from American hip-yards, aa old Hutch cor
vette, an i several gunboat! built ia Japan. They
bar also about a dosen transports, mainly second
hand steamers, purchased from the Pacific Mail Com
pany and tbe Pacific and Oriental Company.
Latest Foreign News.
By tbe arrival of the Hera, D. C. Murray and Mail
Steamer from San Francisco, we have advices ranging
from Jsn. 10 to Feb. 6 or nearly one month.
The papers are filled with details nf interest bat we
can refer to only a few of th prominent item :
We have referred to tbe prospects of the Treaty in
another column. Boweo has written alctterdenounc
ing Beeeher. bat his letter merely express opinions
without giving fasts, and is most severely criticised
hy some af tbe first-class Extern papers It is to b
feared that tbe whole question wilt be again opened
Waanisifiro. December 2J. TTie Centennial Com
mittee on Opening Ceremonies have elected Win. M.
Kvarts for Orator. H. w Longrellow for Poet, and a
grandson of Richard H. Lee of Virginia lor Reader of
the Ueclaratioa of Independence .
The Kealar motor isn't dead yet. and it is said that
a firm in New Tork, largely engaged in the machinery
business, has taken an interest to it, and is construct
ing an engine of a thousand-horse power for its ap
plication. If that engine sho.il J go and be able to
doaaythiag. it would be a surprise to some folks.
LosrtKia. January 19th. A Paris correspondent of
th Aaasa says that the Republicans claim tbat tbey
will elect their candidates for the Senate in twenty-
Eurolie and America. But -or mora interesting
feature of her visit is the fact tbat she comas out as a j nine Department
tramiag ship for tbe practical education lu seaman- t Lopnoa, Jaaaarv iOth. A telegram from St. Jean
skip or the young men of Japan who are seeking to lm D th. Timm ,wporu ifca! th CarliM have
prepare themselves lo aarv their country in this hon- , nTVTit jnd captured a post between Sao Marcial
oraote oranrn oi puouc swa.. ieu m sns.ii rears nnd Irun, killing Ij Alfoasists.
lot Japanese nave not uirre.i unco ou
Tatl Aamivit t tux "TgamcoLt." Tb I'nrhffl
Stater flag-ship Pensacola, bearing tbe & of Rear
Admiral John J. Almy, and commanded by Captain
Bancroft Gberadi. arrived at San Francisco January
23rd. thirty days from Aeapolco. Mexico, baring left
that port Decern bar 27th. The Pensacola left her on
the 2d of February . 1S73. taking King Ealakana aad
suite on tbelr hnmeward-howad trip to th Sandwich
Islands, arriving there February 15th, from which
time to September 2jth she remained nt Honolulu,
making during that period two trips aroand tbe is
lands, visiting tb various place having AmerieaD
residents. September 25th the Pensscola sailed for
La Pas, Lower California, arriving there after a very
pleasant voyage of thirty-four days. While maklag
the latter trip, tbe Pensacola came as near San Fraa
eiseo as latitude 33 north and longitude 123 west,
before encountering tbe northwest winds necessary to
take her on her course to La Pai. From La Pas ibe
sailed aemss tbe Qnlf of California to Maiatlan,
Mexico, remained there about a fortnight, and then
sailed for Acapulco, where she remained until after
the Christmas holidays. On leaving Acapulco, the
Pensacola steamed west to longitude 111 west,
when, with moderate b reaves from nortward and west
ward, she stood on port taek ander sail aloae, to lati
tude S5 toagitnd at which point, on the
afternoon of ibe 19th instant, sbeeneoaaterad a strong
gal from northward and westward, which continued
with heavy qails and frequent showers of rain and
hail until tbe ermine of the 24th, when the ga be
gan to break up and the wind lessened its force to a
gentle breese. Tb ship was put to a strong test,
but by careful handling she came out of the gal
laftly. Tbe sea. in tb language of tbe " dim novel
man." rolled moaatain high, and the sbip rolled deeply
and uncomfortably. Closvd reefed topsails and storm
sails were aKout all the sbip could carry at times.
At noon of tbe 25th, got up steam and stood in for
South Faraflooe light. Puriug tbe absence of the
Pensacola since February 2d aha has sailed up
wards of 1A.MM) miles. Tbe hearth of tbe ship has
been excellent, only one death occurring during that
tie. A. '. Aita.
By E- P. ADAMS.
have established a school similar lo our naval school ' .. ' , ' mS ' 1
. . u - - . i. ,i.v j i "ti vi ,w;uaitii azu?i mm sau . hi
Ohio, to aUfimiUte Rotifh Md Anirtnto coing. is
.ti p '-eJ u tbe ehne, on tb frvyod that diitnr
bftocH wali art ic ioDeitt. tafairs bvjond detcrtp-
rin i m ia.m
UM, hmmct J.ru C tm Aw ml St
Tbe c: .dV-u? oT Honulala, and I ahalna, with
tWir caa. liberality, bare contribolrd tbe sum of
f3D. tor tbe purpose of nuLiac Ka M ,r
j momcj can do it, theaerenr lu rvcrntly rxperieuced
oy vntit any unmy iu iucartiruciuu oi mcir
dclhb: and hoaebiid efTectt bv fire.
. W Klmj aaaW. tram a. T
aaWaaaaaat ts iaaal taavwaaat iw tbn aaaaa de bare latter part
i or Htnui.i i.i .
attw ..-! tsnaa !ija K 4 .la..
Haw m V I Bra. Chars. (. days from Tahiti.
. 14 4as Inasii rraacisco.
ai-soJd. ir.au kaLolai.
1 . 1 . ...aa. re Taalaua. T T lto. Captain, 20
Stki-ck Br LiOBTMsiii. Wc learn by letter tbat.
ou Suudav. oth ioat. atnsnt ten oVlock in tbe mam-
Jan. lata tar af- amidst a heavy fall of rain, tbe beltry of tbe
AnabolaCburcb, ra Kauai, was .truck by ,ir Lining, j tMt 0B;TtJ rtSKlt.
auu one oi toe corner puate, i icct in icnsnu, aoo :
12 iucbea square, was shivered from top to bottom, f
One o! tbe Irairinents struck the side of the church,
eighteen leet distant, and broke a bole through the
M I riaesa-Vlaaaa. kaaa'
M Mb' ams, raaakiva. f roes Krmata
StasC aarraa . taller. It days tram
rax t au-
Msrt-trai.t. froa Wiadward Porta.
. Caar Um liana
M-ana,-OaM af Usaa'ar. Brew a days from S- t.
faaar Slaaaaawai. aialawaia. I rata Siawitrwilu
Ls .prs-urai war ataar laaWvaa. faerie, 14 da) a from San
Fiats On tbe evening of Thursday last, about
8x o'clock, tbe Cn- alarm was sonoded in conte
qncoce of a fire lo tbe cook boose of tbe Barracks.
It originated between the ceiling and Ibe roof, and
was speedily extingwisbed, although the building
was somewhat damaged in the attempt.
A native Luuae near Engine House No. 4, also
took fire about tbe same time, bat fortunately the
Incipient conflagration was at once subdued, other
wise tbe redu might have been eerir.ua, as build
inga iu that region arc crowded together, aud arc
built of Inflammable material.
- artir faaasy Hare. Lee. fjr Manila,
ll-aetir Jlanj, ejOTatt. l. f Lahaiaa.
Skau aeasr. busaw, fur KawiUwlli.
tMr ajMr Um-wU, Israaa, tor Moioaai
aa. !. Stan aa or -il. 1- aiia, aiolaai, for Cork,
i: Srf - fjuaaki. Uassa. for lido.
aasar Kt-aaa. atiail-ala l.-r Malit ..
SanVr t ilaaue Maua. Bar Kofaaia.
I. i Warax -. J Sail, for Slololai.
Tat.ftaae ta laa Lwvaxrsos. I. a Tahiti.
It-taaa- Vr gaiasal. far ladward Ports.
Ssoio Saaa. aVsraoal. for kafcalai.
ret- art .... Paaalnra. 1st Ktaaala.
fasai Man... Lambert for gataaa aud Waiaiaa.
Oar rassoaau, Caark. (a- Uaaa.
M s rtBrs.a. flare, for Dilo.
. ... . in I
. T Y ID.
i star Inf. met. Pserrr. f4ain
SI 1 J at' alsaam oar T.ut uloi. 1
Mcaiao Shecf. We notice aoother Importation
of fioe abeep stock per D C. Murray, for Mr. Gib
son's ranch ou Laoai. These are three bucks of
pure breed, Spanish Infantado Merino. Tbe former
icuportalious of merino stock into these islands were
of the German or Saxony stock, and o! the French
Kamboaillvt stock, which varieties are now known
to be not so hardy aa the Spanish merino, which ia
au animal especially adapted by nature lor thriTing
well on the mountain slopes of H-a ail. M.ini, Mo
lnkai and Lanal. These bucks have sheared as
much as 30 pounds of unwashed wool a! 11 months
old. Tbey are of the purest stock of Infantado.
from the Berkley Ranch, and cost about t?5 per
bead put down on tbe ranch. They arc at present
in tbe enclosure at Mr. Gibson's residence on Fort
' Street. We hope to see more importations of tbe
beat breeds of animals.
Haw aa at attar Maraaas fops- asaeaaraing.
Aev hra; am( saaa. Ootrorrsl. Uiseaatgiuc-
lite War H a ilea. Clute.
Aaa sear Has, a! like, dav harsriag.
Haa snwr diwvaaai Afaaai. Donty.
Aaa Sawk is. C. Manas . A FeUer. discbarciag.
,alisatUrtL Arctic ttuitaey.
. Wins Oarwara.aiilk-a.
a a I k in II H.tSaott
II 'Itllt IMI I.
! a i.
tssaaf a tfce WL Aaa. ripcraruce
e nar SSI. rarrvaa ttsr
Oasa 1st m t. tbe aaalaaari
I... Kisre ha.l nam eacrrsllligl
Mil i il at Saw Malta Martowr. UcsM-ge H.a'. Maatar.
TfM n 1al irir tti TrT- ' - nar at am on Jao ZM with a
r b'E la oaaafsaar with the Amsricaa
light winds and Calais until
Um- aaoravhai taw- 2atlr. artsse a str..i. NW" aiud act In, I
arwSgxeal farce tar! boars, alter which it modt-
1 strong currant set tins
t rtariae the three earreedins:
Tos KrsltiM- tai in asassBBr
laui Car a uamber ia weeks
. t taw asanas a'tke vaaael. Arrtvad ia Honolulu
Iia sataioa... IV SJ all waU.
- - wf Kraj (al Alice. E B Chare. Master Left i
Tahiti oa Tbmadaj . Jan 20. at 4 p m, with thrhl breete from
ML rarsl naa dys had light tadiisg wiads varying fr.an
Utt m atwar . Ike r i aai 1 1 1 1 .ta fiaaaage bad fraah Kj .
asaf KC waaaSa. O sail tbeeoaatnv rsrs llthdar onl In long
late t" W sltrwet tbe Vli trad. lnlat S. Bighted
s it a Hawaii ea Taoar. Fb Mb al p ui. aud ar
il4 u. Mm, Swla at aaaa bast day, Xo oara froaa TahiU.
lH i laut D C Murray. A rulter, Master.Lssft San
Praaarase rMtarmu; 'aa 9b. at 1 p aa. In tow a the tug
raa "wRh a Wl eavrgo aad IT pn affn. Tb first 3 I
aaasa iw krsaaar froaa 1TW to If with fasasiag fo soaalla
TWt u w.ud baa led to NE and remained a., naalsrate tb
i. us las Fh Ulh el Ham mad Mania! 8 a ui Oahu.
1 " City of Melbourne, J VT Blown.
aaasjaaaaaaar Attar kariaar irstwivad on beard rua its, paaaen-
r . let. saaa Francaem at 11..V a as. oa tbe Stb Feb and
eaaared tbe ill I Oat at noon with a light IW or aad
so ...r atlfnaa aruad baated ta Ike BSE and blew
a lrak kreese arkick kaabsd nntd midsight on th Tib : th
area uaaa Lauled So U K W and Idea a Strang gale with a
k aai j 1 1 aaa anil mir aoaalla. wblch continued until
ana task, tbe a ia the reared to fasE arftk saodarata hrees
aaa SVae weathar anaUl arrival al Hoaolala. which waa en
ter Mlaasa eke 1Mb. maklag tb fiaasag ia 8 daj-a.
1 N PllBlsl.
rr.-a Tain-1 as la II Al!e. FakStb S pkgs lim;uicr
ajtraak. aaatnag. S mads firewood, bgs ap. ;tSS6.uu.)
rraaa Sara nnnim I r Hera, Feb 10th. I sale, W pkga
aaf i f aV aaaaaarx. 1! c draa-a, I ka rirara. 2 ca perfuinrry .
r t'S.. haaaic... Waeka and S ca oaloua and wbaat, 3 ca
iMf marbinsa.'tt d 4 pkga tdiada. 2 bra faatauinrr. 1
ha Msi. I I. ora rake. &10 scks flour, 1 cs coubs. 1 cs mann
fccsaweaasal. IS rail laaat. as) kc. nails, 44 bis frUs. aud palm.
4 c aaaasar. IS baaSJI aad 22 lata Iron pipe, I ka fittings, 2 bbls
pan . 2 kg- pawder. 1 oak crock err. 40 ea giaul powder. 2
ra fsaa. I m an caps. K pkes wkieker. 10 mm raisins, 1 Jar
taruai acai. tksaawd 1 tad anaa. 2 ca bittara, 1 cs psppar
aaaat. liSarU. bsan. 10 lades bops. 223 pig. groceries. 41 c
rrerksr. IS. pks abinrle.. IT do tarniiar. . I do atalionery.
sjsasaleaaJ partar, 18 kga horseshoe, 14 bud la iron, aobaiss
Strong's Islakd. Rer. Mr. Snow write thus
from Resale (Strong's Island.) Oct. 11th, 1ST5: Ton
will be interested to know that tbe peaceful revolu
tion on K usaie of last year has, so far, been a deci
ded success. The deposed King is passing more and
more into selfishness, conceit, and obscurity, ap
pearances now are tbat be will soon fetch up in the
valley of contempt, while his successor Is modestly
working itto true respect, and kingly power. It
may interest you to know that be Lis given a ball
barrel of oil each month as bis monthly concert con
tribution, while bis predecessors, I think, never
gsvc a gill. Through bis Influence and Sid, a very
neat and substantial church of 30 by 40 feet bas been
erected at tbe out sution where was formerly tbe
bead of bealbcu worsip. He bas a weekly meeting
with the fallen church members to help tbcm back
to dutvand to God. His predecessors built a prison
lor this class, and seduced the women to make money
for bim by tbeir Ucrntlousuess. Do'ot you almost
feel like shouting, " Gknry to God f" I do."
Naval. On Friday, the lltb. inst. the Japanese
steam corvette Tsukuba Kan, arrived from 8su Fran
cisco after a passage of 23 days. Her t..m.g, is
1033; borse power 300; and she carries 14 gans.
Her ships company consists of 25 officer.-, cadets,
16 marines, and 239 seamen. The following are bcr
Capiat T. T. Ito.
Ceeawaadrr J. V. Fukussnra.
A'agluA yaarrajesera J. W. Austin, E. Too aad W. Wood
ware. She leaves for Japan in about two weeks.
The following It a list of tbe officers of tbe
French Corvette " Internet" wbich arrived at tbis
port yesterday morning, IS days passage from Sau
Francisco bound for Yokohama, Japan :
bat Oitain, f .mmadiLc V . Pierr.
LitvUmamtt Billard. i'lllot. Augarde.
AVavriyau 1st doss Boulard, de flint Pern, Marasanl.
tommM mr cpna.
sasroroa lar casts t Serrea.
AViojAipaaaa de Dirooae, Mondot, de Prerill, Legroa,
Surym 3rd mmt Maglioli.
212 meb, 11 gttus, 4v horsepower.
H. B. M. steamer Myrmidon, sailed yesterday
for Hilo, and after a cruise of two or three weeks
will return to tbis port.
per D C Ulnar, Feb 12th 10 ea
, sag aK4s hardware. 2 pc. machinery. 149 pkaj" s"r..
. il cask aSaaok.. II ok pork. 2 c aalla. A era bams. I
hb. Uuaead . il. Ai r. beer. 1 cs aigaa. 73 bales bay. 20 bga
brau. asae asat. S4 pkga aaase, I cak redwine, 2 tank gaao
lia. IS basdaa papr. 1 a tatioDery. As) acka potatoaa, 4
assasanaaaaii aaa I cs blaeka. Ill ha Boar, 4 acka wheat. S
raaa. fit pka s famiwra. 1 ca kau, 3 a rabbara. 10 aki
do.es aad bl aa. 0 Uth.ax cbalu. 5 cs fan.-j goods.
; .. fk ma -i- e-als. I M artbnwr
Vvaaa Baa. Fraacasro par ataar Oaty of NsAmnrna. Feb 14
S pi. . Mar (abasaa, I ks. J pkgs sbeoks. 3 has specie
FarTwbh: per TahirAaa bk Ionia. Fab 12th Si bd bullock
3t n Ca: bay. 13. MO lbs aative hay, bale dark.
far Wisal-md Ports psv Kilaoaa. Feb 8th -Mishop W MM,
1 ft T.-waeti't. Her J aVidger, H A aTld.an.un, Ed A Morris.
H ft Hratasrora, t Crowuiugtsarg. E IlevaucheUa, an about
aa fVaa IHrasacsaea per Hra. Feb loth-Henry Hayes. C
per D C array. Feb 12tb -Mrs A L
.oa Mr EA LaaratL wit and maid. Mr
i,. a I. Mrs liraniniai. Mi Tb.a Mrnacls and
wife. Maes Uavlaed. Mrs Elliaati. Mav Ettlanli. D U Love,
Ma KTCran. Ah Laa, Ah Lang.
aaa Se.. rsaaasast par Cky rf Malboarwa. Pah 12th Mrs
V M I el.in 1-' Mia M May. Hoa W R OaaUa. Mr
aaasntaa.ee Oalaaa. Edward Baarkiaa, Mr Waaell, Can
E Ekeaath. M Mar, aad ia th ataarag. aad about 40
FarTktt ajaetkhitiaa bk Ionia, Feb Ixtb-Mr aad Hra
A Pi.kasakt SuBPaUSE. Last Friday evening tbe
Hawaiian Guards in full uniform, beaded by the
band marched quietly from tbe armory, an J drew
up before tbe residence of their captain. Major
Gulick. on King St. The Major and bis wife, all un
conscious, were enjoying a pleasant chat with some
visitors , when they were startled by a sudden volley
of musketry, followed by music from the band. Tbe
appearance of Lieutenant Wundrnburg, however, at
the door reassured tbcm, and be inlonncd tbe Ma
jor that his company bad come Lo pay bim military
compliments, and wished to meet bim and bis wife
at the armory, to congratulate him on the new re
lations he bad aasumed, and to wish bim aud his
new made bride a long and bappy life. They came
out on to the stand by the fence, when the company
presented arms and gave a rousing cheer for "Major
Gulick and bride." The Guards tben marched back
to the armory, aad tbe members dispersed to get
their ladles. By 9 o'clock s gay and brilliant'crowd
bad assembled at tbe armory, which had been taste
fully decorated with flag? and maile; aad our gal
lant aoldicrboys were soon engaged in the mares of
tbe dance. Tbe militarv appearance of the ball, tbe
decorations of flags, and Ibe bandsome uniforms of
tbe soldier bovs, formed quite a novel and interest
ing picture. It waa a complete surprise to Ibe
Major, and the whole affair passed off most succeas-fully.
Arrivals at Hawaiian Hotxl:
Jaars-ln Hale. Aaa mm, of typkuid fever. Eoeaas Lorn
T us raaa In H.nolulu. on tb' 14th inst. of cna-
stcptA.iwsii Sauxus. aged 61 yaars, far many yaars a
sax saw city.
S M ftrrae. Kauai.
( H Kaaerauo. Waialua
F f Henry, New York
J U Baeoa. B aton.
W Carlton. Boston
Cbas Woolley, Fiji
F A Cajtaaav,
T V Wash. England
Mrs II Cornwall, Waikapa
Miaa Bella Cornwall,
Mir! Allison. HasraU
Nisi Jones, Waikikt
Mr Thos Meuaies A wife f F
Miss Waylaad, Baa Francisco
P M Love.
C r Hand. Tsakaba
T k Yrjachl,
E T Crane. Fan Lorensn Cal
Mr lUwardaLaavilt. new York
Mrs Leavitt and niaid "'
lira A L tston. San Fraociaco
Miaa Kale K Stnoa, "
Mr Stoa a wile, -Miaa
A Unna. Hans
Mr and Mrs Sinclair. Kiihau
Mrs r Uwlor. Naa York
to D Chapia.
UN L Simon, oan rraacases
Dr L F.nfIbar,
W 6 llobaoa.
W II riice.
E AUTed Utda,
Frank Oardner. Melboura
E 'Haklna, '
Annapolis, at whscb the young men of the nation
are taught both the theoretical aad p radical duties
appertaining lo tbe position of an officer of tbe nary.
Tbia school 1 tbe Imperial Nasal College is located
at Tok K, and is ia a most fiouri hing condition. Tbe
36 cadets bow aboard the Taakuba compos but on
class, and the extended cruise tbey are given on a
vessel of this magnitude ia indicative ot th thorough
training to which all the cadets are subjected,
Throagh tb politeaes vf .-ul.ur Takaki, tbe Ja
panese eonsnl at tbis port, a representative of the
Chronicle was permitted to visit and inspect the sbip
veatcrdav. in advance of the public mspeetion to
which sh will be exposed in a few days, when tb
necessary cleaning and putting to rights after a pre- i
tr acted nnd stormy Voyage shall be completed. Tb
vessel left Siaagawa. Yedo Bar, Nor eta bee 4, and sail - I
ad directly to this port. Sh was eoasaqarntly thirty- I
eight day s under way, the most of wbich time the
weather was exceedingly rough, affording bat 1 i til a j
opportunity tor the nice sni--riesr.ing mat uauui y
Her omcers are naturally
anxious that she shall made a good appearance, aad 1
to that end ask that they may be allowed two or three
day? vf seclusion before being besieged hy visitors. !
Tbe reporter was courteously received en board, bat
found the ship, from stem to stem and from topgal- r
lints to kelson, a hive of industry. Every available
jiaa was at work at some necessary cleaning process. :
Some were painting ship others cleaning brass : som
aaaasa sending down and atoning away extra rigging : ;
others scraping the masts and yards. A goodly eem
pany were at work holystoning the dtcki : others .
ere barcishing armor. All were diligently employ -d.
though without unnecessary confusion or noiae. !
irders flew in unpronounceable Japanese, and were !
beyed as promptly as though spuken in English I
autical parlance. Tb reporter was rsceircd si be
assed over the ship's side by an interpreter dressed j
u the uniform of a subaltern, who informed him that j
aplain Ito had gone ashore. The second officer iu
ommand. Commander Fuonmara, the interpreter ,
aid was aboard. On the reporter eipres.i-.r a wish
o see that uffieer the interpreter touched his hat and
'j the way to the quarter-deck. Commander Fna
aara. a calive Japan) of good suture and Jigoi
ed appearance, was found surrounded by n group of
-fficers, to whom he teem to be giving orders in the
'apanese language. He was dressed almost exactly
ke an officer of the United States navy The cut
ad color of his uniform (and that of all th officers)
- tbe same as worn in tb navy of this coantry. The
rimnaing of gold 10 if also lb same aud not any
tore elaborate ; rank is datermined, as aith us, by
ic number of gold stripes on the cuff. The brass
' uttons, instead of being emblaxoncd with an anchor,
ave a peculiar device on them indicating tbe Ja-
anes service. Th cap ia quite similar to the fatigue
xp worn by American officers, only that instead of
He simple anchor worn in front by oui officers, th
apanese near a knut bearing an anchor, surrounded
'y a cherry blossom.
Commander Funnmara. though able to speak a
' ttlc English, preferred to talk through his interpre
r. When he comprehended the reporter's mission
e welcomed bim very cordially and invited him
own into the cabin. This apartment ia located on
e berth deck, in tbe stern of the ship ; is a spacious
om well lighted and ventilated ; furnished in good
iste, according tb w astern ideas, and is occupied x
lusively by tbe captain, the commander, who is real-.-
the executive officer, messing in the ward-room
ith the other subordinate officers. In tb captain's
bscnee. however, the commander felt privileged, it
l supposed, to receive the ship's visitor in tb cab
i. After inriting tbe reporter to be seated, he ex
ressad his regrets at tbe captain's absence, apol
gised for the appearance of the ship, explained the
ng and tedious passage they had had. and then ex
reased his willingness to answer any questions and
How tbe reporter to visit aad inspect every part of
in ship. The difficulty ol talking through an in
rprc nt and tb interpreter himself being a Ja
anese not thoroughly well bred up in English, led
i reporter to defer much questioning until he should
ret on of the English instructors, with whonajhe
mid converse more intelligibly. He, however, leara
1 from Commander Funnmara that the cruise of the
nip would extend no farther than this port. She will
e in this harbor probably a month to allow the ca
sts full opportunity of seeing what is to be seen here,
ud learning what is to be learned, and tben return
Siaagawa Bay, stopping a short time at Honolulu
n the way. On tbe passage out. the commander
lid that the sbip experienced very heavy weather,
ut behaved nicely. For two days tbey were in the
mist of a furious gale, which, for awhile, threitten
1 serious consequences. The commander furnished
AC reporter with tbe following complete list of eon
iissiond officers of the ship ; Captain, I. T. Ito;
mmander (or executive officer), T. Y. Funnmara ;
-rat lieutenant, F. Miure : second lieutenant. K.
rnpata : navigating lieutenant ( sailing master), N.
.'amadiumi ; third lieutenant, A. Ani ; fourth lieu
nant, K. Heri ; fifth lieutenant, I. Nakamixo; first
urgeon. Shibahoka; first chief engineer, Y.
etue ; second chief engineer, T. Uaeb ; first pay -i
taster. T. Honda : second paymaster, T. Enguchi ;
aval instructor. T. Mangi: English naval instructors,
. W. Austin. E. Yen. and VY. Woodward. Besides
iese there are assistants in th several departments,
nd other inferior officers, all native Japanese, iwcli
ig the lilt to 25. with a formidable array of warrant
nd other petty officers, who are included iu tb ag
regat of 232 seamen.
In tbe rooms assigned to the cadets, as well aa oa
he berth-deck amidships, th cadets war found all
.ard at work writing up tbeir logs, tracing charts,
vorking out dead reekouings, studying books, and
otherwise diligently applying themselves to th ac
quisition of useful practical knowledge. Mr. Auatia,
on of the English instructors, was bar encountered,
and very cheerfully gave all the information desired.
He Informed the reporter that he, with Messrs. Yeo
ind Woodward, belonged to the British navy, on ser--ice
with the squadron stationed at Japan, and bad
'seen ordered to duty on this ship by their superior
.fficers. Ia otber words, tbey bad been loaned to th
Japanese government for the special duty tbey were
now performing. In regard to the education of the
cadets, he said thay were taught all theoretical, and
ornamental branches, and also tbe English languags,
at tbe imperial naval college at Tokio. The English
instructors on tbis voyage had merely to teach them
practical seamanship. They wrote up tbeir log ia
both Japanese and English. They all understand
English, and can most of them talk and writ it in
telligently. Some of their logbooks were shown to
the reporter, and were vry neatly and correctly kept.
They all appeared to be quite young, averaging, per
haps, not over IS, were uniformly aud neatly dressed
in dark bin, tight-fitting short' jackets with gilt but
tons, and browsers of the same material. They wore
low, blue cloth caps, ornamented only with two bras
naval buttons. Tbey applied themselves eloaly to
their studies ; did not manifest much curiosity at th
iprsawfBBrri oi a Yankee stranger among them ; bore
themselves lib gaatlameo, and all bad intelligent
Th ordinary seaman, as in other naval vessels,
sleep ia hammocks swaag oa tb berth-deck well for
ward. The watch ia were part of them rating ia
their hammocks : others were writing letter home in
Japanese characters ; still others were amusing them
selves at light games, resembling dominoes, whU
a raw ware eatine. In rer.lv to inauiries the reporter
was informed that tb teamen's rations consisted Price I to, with glass.
mainly of rice, vegetables, and fish, with meat one
a week, on special occasions twice. The officers, Mr.
Austin said, lived as well or better than th British
navy. A detachment of marine, seventeen in num
ber, form a part of the ship's company. Thasa. lik
all the others, are aative Japanese. Thsy wear th
uniform blue, with yellow collars and red oord on tbe
sams. Tbey patrol tha sbip regularly, aad saaaa to
b under perfect discipline.
Tbe armament of the Taakuba consists nf two six-ty-pouader
Armstrong gaas ; six old Krupp gans,
wet tie-loaders, seven-inch bore, rifled ; and six brass
forty-pounders of Japanese manufacture. Beside
tbis th ship Is supplied with I3U snydar nflc won I
short sabre bayonet, and sabres, cutlasses, pistols, I
aad other small band weapons m protusioa. Mr
Tire BKunn i.
I. .. IWaber 8th. The Vicy-Chancfll-T of
Curiilge I nn'fritv tSu ftnnoBocafei ft the uhje.-t
j of tfei rr' po94TB ia tuc petition lr the Cbu
j cf r u.fM t.. : The Cvmttmmrj f Amrioo lode
ptodcDee.'' Mr. Plim-ioU't war upom tit ownt &ol fntf of
: rottM kail mp rum! Waa produced fata gxd affect at
c? I. Tbe t.crroaii Coa.M. at all tbe Brittfb ports
hare received - Ui prerent uoaeawortbj reeb
flving the ttertaaa flaf ir -m puttiac oat.
A Loadoa raacal adrertiea that be will pro ride
t Amerie&n liUrarj dejjre-. ant. ia response to in
' quiriet oflVn t hare L.L D. coaterreJ hy " tho
Liriacrtoae UeirereitT, of Haddonield, J.,' ia
eonaideraion of 20 donated " .. lh KniMing fund."
Tbis is, of eure( a artbical taatitatioa.
1' iv-. Jatrvarr 1 9th. The JT-mitrmr , tbe fol
lovific; details of tbe malt of the election fr Sen
atorial delegates : Sere a teen Deartaieats are doobt
ftil, thirty-three den. Icily Coaterratire. six Boaa
paitists aod wixtcea RrpaMicaa, of all shades. M.
lliiffs-t'i election in Yoge? appear to he certain . The
Militant Rtnapsrtit9 will probably onlj obtain thirty
Mats in the Senate.
Two cousins of the RoChechild family are to marry .
The thing haa been foinfc? oa D w for lone grnerm
tiotu, and tbe Rotbiehildi see a to be growing not
oiilv richer and richer, but smarter aod smarter, in
defiance of the old notions of the result .if matrimonial
con5ngatnity It is high time that dhnotogifta,
biMogisis, or soma other scientific men inrestigatt this
ttthjeet. and fire u a eoDelusion that will do to tie to.
The ceQtennary of Goethe will he celelratd hy
the theatre at Weimar in a tories of representations
f the principal dramatic works of tbe poet. Tbe
first repreaeated will be " Krwin and Clariso," to be
followed by Iphigenia,1' Torqaato Tasso' "Stel
la and " Egmont' terminatins; oa March 22,1976,
the anniversary of the death of tfoc.be. when will be
performed ' Kaat." newly arranged for the stage.
The oldest tree in the world ia a aid to be a bo-tree
at Anaradhapura, in Ceylon, which was planted R.
C. 2$S. It is so decrepid with age (hat it would hare
blown down long ago were it not for a strong wall
encircling tbe trunk- aad ptllara supporting all the
main branches. Ererj leaf that falls from the tree
is picked up with pious care by tbe Budhist priest
and preserved in a holy part of their temple. The
learea are thence aoid to the pople aa a aoverei-en
panacea for their sins.
Thl St. tt Estatc The eontest of Mrs. Anna T.
Ring against John C. Merrill, executor of the estate
of her father. Captain William Stott, came up Jan.
24th in tbe Prubate Court, in the shape of a decree
settling the final account of the executor. No account
had been rendered from the month of April, IStVJ, up
to the filing of the final account in December last.
Application had been made to set aside the settlement
of the account nf 9, on the ground that the execu
tor failed to account for interest on the sums received
hy bim in the course of his administration. Tbe pe
tition was demurred to, and the demurrer fallyargued
by counsel. Tbe Court, in passing up. . the matter
held that the account of 1869 waa only conclusive at
to tbe matters therein contained, tbe account being
settled only as presented by the executor. While tbe
account oould not now be re opened, all parties hav
ing react red constructive notice of the hearing on set-
tietuiMit, a new account not only might but should go
back of it. and allow interest, if it was found such in
terest was due the estate by the executor. On this
point tbe Court found from the testimony that the ex
ecutor was a member of a mercantile bouse in this
community, and had deposited the fnnds belonging to
the estatc, which had from time to time come into his
bands, in tbe different banka with which the firm did
business, and in the account kept by the firm. The
evidence further disclosed tbe faet that for most part
of the time the firm had to tbeir credit in the banks
more than the value of the estate, but that in some
isolated instances they had less, and on several oo
easioos were overdrawn, once to the extent of $26,000.
It was urged by the executor that no profit had ac
crued to the estate, by reaaon of this use, the firms of
which he, the executor, waa a member, not paying
bim anything therefor. Tbe Court, however, took a
different view, and in a review of the facta and tbe
law, beld that he was bound to account for interest
at ten percent, compounding annually, from tbe
time of his appointment as executor. Tbis will con
siderably more than double tha value of tbe estate
and give Mrs. King, the heir, not far from twenty
five thousand dollars. Call, Jem. 2&.
Haa ao:nalmted to each an extent pr rbe StPtiBrr
City of Sal Francisco !"
Thai It n?eds
Order of Messrs. H. Hackfeld ft Co
It Their New Store, Queen Street,
COMME.Vn!C0 AT W OTfXal'K A. 14.,
By C. S. BAKTOW.
WIU BK WOLD, u" A
ON FRIDAY. FEB. 18th.
A4 W 'fTlaasjaa A M m Has
AN ASST. OF MERCHANDISE
DRY GOODS 4 CLOTBISG.
Hasaaa. Itefrw r PslAatMas,
AW t a laark Ml la.
Lot of Plants, Double Nameee,
AW-. At. as.
C. S. BaETOW. A.
IIML. CREDIT i TUBS!
A Complete Aftortnumt nf
XX BARK CEDERr
Fancy Prints. Chintx. shawl Pausra wall rroun.1 :
White and Iftark Prints, llo-rrocks' WhU -it A. K.
and H-; Btuwa Cats m . and Hruwn lliuoa lit I I. War
IVllotl, Hvy Bluss I Kill Flanarls. i ..... . ssbrrt-
lie. Vvil Harrc-r. lUark - ..:-.urc. Aruara Uafttva. VirSotia
Lawtas. Wairr Pnaaf lluth. Miaukrta. Caaraa. Bantluc.
AN ASST'D. LOT OF CLOTHING!
Mark and Bin (loth 1du axal .Sacks. Orlraa an l
Ah-ssra Mark, faahmarc and ltorkakhi Pants and saarka.
Vlcturta Lant-s. Kurkaklu Salts, Pique Vaata. . Sl..nk
Jarkrt. Tuar la. slturkuars. TwUhrd aial I lain, Kaan-
nl shirts Iarnlm sal rta, ttavats Hnaraiia, uiMu...
tiunnv ami lturtafia UaKS, !top Iturki'ts, Mann's .Vara and
IV-fca. Ulark PalDt, rati. Omu 1.1.1.
WALNUT FURNITURE AND CLOCKS
To Sell at the Store
MESSES. F. A. SCHAEFEB k Co..
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
The 341 asssj Ms f Flbraaairy.
Gmtmenciitg al 10 o chek A. M-, wsW a iVirjaj
WELL ASSORTED STOCK
CONTRACTION GROCERIES ETC. AT 12 M. fiENERAl MERCHANDISE!
Tliis Elojfant Stool
af vovsisT-a oi fhp lliU.IIHIMi ElUCUANT
J StylhliArli.-!. a .
Ladiea' Rivetesl Sol Lathr Tr inks.
Ladies' Rivtsl Bridi leather Trnnks,
LaJies' Elrgaat Latar Traaks,
Ladies' Oanvaa eovared Trnnks,
Ladies' State Room Trnnks.
Girls' Toy or Doll Trunks ,
Id great variety and In all culora.
Dent's Rivited Sole Leather Traaks,
ticnl'i Rivetril BriiHe Leather Trnnki,
Oent's Leather Trunks.
Oent's Rivetd Sole Leather Valts.
inl'f Bunnd K.li! Valises,
Gent's Blaek and Colored Leather Valises.
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Bolton Valises,
Gent's Carpet Valise.,
Ladies & Children's Manila School Bags
A KRArTIF I . MM: OF
ID oils Tr-u.ri.UjB !
Toxir lsstai' VjAllaesj.
. ALSO .
Mr. tilrr Jurgcosen, portrait psUater, bs to In form
parties, wba might want his service, that be is intending
to bare Uoartnta In a m-ar future. S79 lta
FBOX 1.O00 TO S.OOd A RKS OF 00
.AM', . with lrrrtaiiTe Koad to nam) on the Inhini
Oahu. Apply to S7 I mi CHAHLKS Lu.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Till: OI-AltrMlt-Mlff HERKTOFORE
ffBaaar betateen Uie undenacned, waa dasaolved hy
matual coaaent on tbe Hat alt. In consequence thereof,
all outstandlns; bills are required to he settled WITHOUT
11KLAY. Ar. W. Jobusoa taana; autaortxad to rerr-ipt for
JOHN MCLXJLAiA N,
Honclutu, February 1st. IST4.
NOTICE. NOTICE. NOTICE I
Continual the Baiinesi of
At the Old Stand, lfo. 10 Kftahumanu St.
Where he wilt be roost happy ts wait upon all old rriajnda
aud r. and Um public geuvrally. 479 -it
WIII H1 ts, THE I" , II KB.SH. 4: 1) II AS
been duly appointed by the lioaorable Ahrabam
Pomander, Circuit Justice of AlaaL, to sell at I'ublic
Anrtioal. certain Real Ksute of Ibe lale K A I'M A I M A .
of lAbalna. Maui, decajaMd tbe aame ts tbe Abupuaa of
Hojeto. gajaaataaa. saaat Afjuii : aod contains 100 or more
acrea. I arUl s. n at tbe Public Auction, at tbe door of
Aloaamans Store, in Wailokn, Island of If aai, on Wednes
day, the ISSk ar Marrh, at 11 o clock noon.
TKKMS, CAHIL K- KAUIOXA.
Administrator of Kumuoia, late of taxbalna,
Lanaina. February IQlS. 1174. 474 If
I4KOJ4U OF KARAti. rrnll be
MV procured tbroufb the underaigued.
H. 44. WHITSE V.
F'saJaSH 4 ROM THE FA4TOB V UF.IrOI'IN
AfcafURRAY A Co., received per Ceylon, In caae
of two doc u each GOO Doaen-la one aad two pound
cans. Far aale low by (ail) BOU.E8 at .
1VK WHICH THE HIUHraT PRICE WILL
ML be paad at to Hooaatore ot
H. 34. WHITNEY.
Next to Pot Office .
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
EW AXIS FatEAAH RECEIVEII. PER Is. C.
FOR UAL UY
JUST TO HAND !
A Beaatifal Lino of
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
CORK SOLE GAITERS,
Now so generally userl In the United .stales. Tula sibo la
Perreetlv Wa4cr I'roor.
. A 1,80
A I t I.I. i.im; III NEW SI VI.ES OF
sX ES "W EJ
Ol all Kinds aud Ijatest Deafens.
Watches in Oold anil Silver,
Lockets, Locket and Neck Chains,
Chatalains, Oent's best Chains anil Guards ,
Cold Rings, Diaaond Rings,
Silver Forks and Spnoaa.
Silver Cake i Fiab Knives,
Silver Butter Knives,
Sugar Shall, ate.
Ladles yon are RespectfUly Invited to
EXAMINE TIIF.SF. M i; fiOOIIS
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Oregon Dried Apples !
OK RALE BY
ROI.I.ES A 00.
EST QI AI.ITT.
For aale by
MUM A f t).
Oregon Sugar Cured Hams.
Orteen dav from
hut aai,' try
urtljuiii, m lot of UtijsW spIeoiliU
(S7Bt I'.' : J - CO.
IN hum ii. (iKKi v nnd the Mii:.n:s
by t trained uni brr uf t:n y-n eiprleoce.
Apply to . d t'., office ot tUis paper. 575
Till: COTTAUEOX ADAH. 1. F.. M u
Ka of Hale KiLuia. Latelr orcupled br Mr. U4XI.
tl. ROMS. Applv LO
ITS It H. 11 V Kil l I. A CO.
Real Estate for Sale.
TWO I'OTTAOErl IV REPAIR. IAM ATTD
in a pleasant part of tbe towo, wltb Batb llouae,
aud small Store on tbe premises.
Enquire of C. a BARTOW.
MEXICAX. Tl Itli IS 11 I A I Kiril K. AMI
other rare STAMPS for sale, cheap. Used Hawai
ian taken in f vrtiaBSjT
Foreujo Mtanip Uepot, Box 370. General Post Office.
Bydnev, N. 8. w. send for Circulars. 474 in,
CARPENTER AND JOINER
nWork Done PramptlF-t
8b0f oa Fort St.. fiplaaails
opposit Hopper's Barrel
And a rood quality.
B0IXE8 A CO.
NO. a 44 4 VAX A N4IAPE !
For aale by
A Pew More
OF THOME V.I.VM XT 4'H4tOXON and OLE.
ikIKAPH PIO'rrRKS, Just received by steamer aod
aow iiiiaafcai For aale by
STi Im H. If. WHITNEY.
EST CAMFOEJiIA OAT HAT-For Sal. by
ROI.I.ES A CO
A MAST A4T4TE LAD AS fl.FBK,
UUaVW kick box O Honolulu Foal oflVc.
Will be Sold this day, Wednesday,
A New Line of Tailors (ioods
Borkskins, Hrpos, laahmerv aud Bruadrloltut
i 1-aiiut OU. -I 4 V i : il 1 Li--r TruiiaVv ....... M.. . a
f L ranlX JeflfVey". Norwaitkn vn.l FUc
Bran. I, qta. uul ptv Swtti It Porter,
Sparkling Hock, Rhine Wine, Claret !
Mr a... v. It. M. m 1, Z. t tUiil 4. IMaoiODtl .
Bltwrv Ac. Saalisrr Watvr.
Fine Havana Cigars!
Will be Offered, Constating of
Dry OtxxU, Hulking. Homery. Cimnmy
Dnxuklolk and Dokm, Hnrlr,tre,
Cigart and Tobacco.
WINES AND ALES, Etc.
a- For Partitalar, Paat.r
x av a
Jast Landed, Ex atattia M aelaay. from Orssroa,
fanueil HsJunui, lirie.1 Ueef, Fiour: MusTniilia, t'tiaiupo;,
taluinhian and stalilian Mills; Oats, linn. Wbaat, Pilot
ttrr-ad, I'. salmon and Salui.ai H. Ml. lame.
TKRMS i - nr.
E. P. A II A H.S, luil'r.
On School Street, Hear Fort.
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
'v U E
I-SI D4TJM4US1EI4 SI
A.lll I1JH a I,K
AA OSf mLMMm
C. R. SALMON BELLIES
BY ORDER OF R, H. K AH AS AS VI. ESQ.,
SATURDAY, - - - - FEB. 19th,
At 1- o'clock. Noon, at Saalea Hooui, will be aM, tbat
CERTAIN PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
Situated on School Strut, and bonmltd oaUom :
Manka. by hvnd of Kanakaol ; mnkai, by Hrhonl tree
and land ut llaalelea ; aoiitl,. 4.-I aide by auwal ; nortbwea'
aide by band of
Containing an Area of 15-100 Acres,
BV auavar, which rast aa a sir at st orrtca,
TlUe Perfect. Iseeds al Purcbasvr'a KxpeliM.
EXTRA NO. I,
In 13 M lis. Kilt. M It. 11144a mmm
Fail wcagbt, tboruushly packed, svarrantaal a Iw, wat
PRICES FIR BELOW IRTTHII6 OF THE UM
la in city.
TCR.4IN, t AMI.
E. P. ADAMS, Au.tioaacr.
ON THURSDAY, : : FEB. 24th,
At II A, AC, At -au-iru. .111 . Will be Mold,
Am l44Tolce of
LADIES' t MEN'S HATS,
Trimmed and I'ttrimmed,
BBLS. COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON !
SEASON 1875. No. I,
ALMO, A fCW limM
0. R. SALMON BACKS
M 1 KXTKA, raaCAMji
A FEW BBLS. C. R. SALMON
Ra 1, M LBH. KACH,
HKAMOW 1171 AT T444C UW rlll l r -
AT Rnyan an rfspeetfully I II a ss 4 a. asal aaa .
amine for taeniasfvaa. wft
AT Order, froan tk Tvada, City, aad laAaaas saairally
E. C. M CANDLE88,
in (ta rail H4an, wjaum a a a.
K. H. AIlAMS, Auctioneer.
CHELSEA LAUNDRY !
Till. rXDEMIUXED UAVI1444 KM OI4K
I'roprietor of tbia
FIRST CLASS IITAlllnHT,
Is now prepared to execute all orders in has lln wltb
m atne. and dlspalrli.
lie would also aay tbat be baa aecure.1 tbe S.T v U-.a of
the firmer employees of the laa lurry, wbleb wlU be an
Tlaal the Work will ke thoroukly ,.
And no effort on his part will be apared to bninj lb laun
dry In favor wllh thf public Kenerally.
car Terms moderate. JAJ4K3 KK-rrON.
APOTHECARY AMD DHUQ0IST.
Oauer Fort ud l' .ll rtraaU, II r. . lulu. Oak,
ar Kaapa upas, vry gaSSggg sa-wlaass i77 ly
4 r. 1 1. iiow.l.
ATTOErTEY AND C0DH3EXL0E AT LAW.
And A ecu! fur takiof Ackaowl.dfiD.nU of InstrnniauU for
tb. Island of Uaba.
otI7 Ha. 4 Kaabnaaana gtraat H.ollB. H. I. ly
BISHOP tk CO.,
BAN H. HHS,
HOHOLVLV, l l l l HAWAII Af UU1DI,
....IVstAW EXCIIANOC 0M---.
THE MM Of CAUFORsIA, :::: FMKISC0
aaa Tasaa aoiXTS ta
THE ORIENTAL MM CORPORITIOR. :
as Tint saaacas ta
And transact a Osneral aaHi Basinaas. 47T 1?
THE t'SOmWHB ia Pre-
parwl to take order, for draylng.
114s Mil aa fine en Street.
Asrrr atio as immi4. keeper om ao
COCSTAST, by a yoarat man of tea year ex perl
enoe. KOT AFRAID TO WORK. Addresa J. 7T this
offlcr. SJ if
ABIAMTOTAKre CBABVB aaf COW4.
and carry oa a Dairy.
Apply 10 HENRY MAT.
I Sat FOrt Htraet,
PER BARK TftFFARETTE;
CtafPItOK TRI -.US. a, RITMO ISA
Box Tea, reaoot OU. Basket Tea.
GINGER AND OTHER PRESERVES !
A mi LOT OF
A24D A LABUS A Hay It T at B T OF
Nimdtil Wood Ware
And Otktr Ckmtn trmxm.
Nuaaan MUeeL (HI !) AAWAB.
CATTLE and HORSES,
fTffmf mm Till AS, DAT, TTM. SXakv, ,
JA-V At It A. at., oat tb land af juTjIi
MAUNAWILI, KOOLAU !
WBI b said by tk AVdasak4Taskars, tk
HERD OF CATTLE AND
Or aa many aaaaar not ks tanjniil af
aaflarjaaj to Ik xrajaasjs of th aata X. if. BOYD.
One Whaleboat 4 AppurUnances.
DAIRY FUNMITVstf .
Tbe herd of
kw cattle ; aUty-earhl
rafts, cniiaaj tw or mat pairs ot war.
hsnsfrsai aaaa aas . ii if aaaw aa Msaaa, cos, caawa, sic., oa
tktis.loaas, Bxa korsas, ism, akfs
taroaialca Tk bin .1 , ttsskla; of agiprawad am.
CHTlawAl, A'I F IAU
ISM BOU.BH A OU.
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