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liu W'fk ending 111 P. M , bul Utile h.is bo d-'i.e '
in d.r.i.sl-c trade, ivj st.ll !- f-re jn. The usuJ auction
sb-s lute Irru held, at vh c h pr.cr-s ru.-M !.. :
Ttx-f . B Kai .IT i( flurand Il-iwriier-. InsKwinwir I
market at i:i(r.l. I lour is seil.i.f it loZi i -t L-rrtl, ai.d
mvi' i.. I .a ot.lj l. le? hid by f.:i..ij.
lkfliitiytxiiirr i ti i-rd'. h-r crj i. and l!.e
sim "if .'j.'.i is k"-d f'f t- make n p.u'rs on her.
We axr ir.r.roil Hut the bjrli . V. Murray w.il nel
Tuexlny l-.r fin Francisco, carrii jt n ail.
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2 P. hr K M . D.4V ... ff .m Kal.uUii. Maui.
21 Am blc I J Murray, P.i'-i.j.r.l, "Jl Jaj from !ari
24 Hrhr Mai.u-.kawai. AhaLaUa. frm MIik, Maui.
jtiirl,r 1 a r y tti'-ii. K.iail.a. from llinai. Kauai.
24 Am tk 1-Uarrt R.l!i:., 4 J ila) from icl,ria-
2i itf.hr Kinm. Atlam. ff'ii Mai k, Maui.
ai ra.-,f l..ki;H. Ariultialk. fn in I'uLoa. Mxtkii.
it f-hr I'aual.i. K'ji! la. from Kaimakakai, M . U.Lai.
27 .-arhr W irir . J-I.ii Hull, ff.in !!., kai aii-1 LanaL
2 Shr la.. ikaai. kalawaia, from aiatiac.
i thr M .i K-ii. ;rp. u. from Kalmlui, Maul.
2 fchr Waiola. AUpai, from Kamalo's Molokai.
?rtr Kl .na, l.ikrkr, from Anahoia. KauaL
.Xfrir .N.-li M-rriil, Crmx, fr-.in lliama. Maui.
ri.-Nr Jrnujr, l!uri. from Kol' and Nawiliwili,
1 rir M ittiV, Kaa U'.i. from NawIIiwili, Kauai.
1 rtrhr Kob Kojr, Jiui, lroiu Koiiuu.
DKIM KT i: K KK.
24 rlir Setlie Merrill. L'rn, f r Ijihaln, Maui.
Zi Hrhr Pauahi, R'jr noW, for Kaimakakai. Molokai.
jl rVhr WaioU. Alapai, for Kalaupia, Molokai.
o lik K Moi, i.KVtL:n, lot lircuieu, u Au:k-
2i fn-hr Loka, Kaal. .r Kona anJ Kau, Hawaii.
McUt Prince, MciiMt. for Koua and Kau, Hawaii.
V Sfil r Actie. li'ipu, for Ililo. Hawaii.
27 r hr 1 airy Uurrn, Kaaioa. for llanalr-i. Kauai.
27 ik-hr Juaiuta, Du'loiL, for Kaunakakui and 1'ukoa,
27 iVhr llukatel, Ahuihata. for Koolau.
2H trhr Ka M'i, laU, for Kahultii. Maul
Vi fw-hr Pauahi. Reyobkl. for l.aliaina. Maui.
25 Am brie I. P Frwter, Mills, Uit t:iu Uirgo, Cal, with
N Y Circua Troupe.
29 Am bk Aurrola, Roa, for .Nanaimo, It C, in ballast.
2U Srhr Warwick, Johu Bull, for Kaunakakai, Molokai.
1 Hfbr Moi Kriki. Green, for Kahului, Maui.
1 rtcbr Mary iAWn, Jim, lur Koliala, Hawaii.
Fo I.4Hii Per Nettie Mrrill, trufay.
Kob NawiLlwiM Per .Msnuokawai, to-lar.
I'm ko3i SD Kat Per Kilauea. Monday.
Vom lUs Fsic taco Per U C Murray, Tuesday.
Bk CarUrnf, from Newcastle on Tyne. saile.1 rVpt 7th.
Hchr Wiii li Uueen, from tan Francisco, aiiikd Feb. 3d, en
naile fur aviff:tiora Ishintl.
'rtrj tUip syrm, from Huston, due in March.
VESSELS IX I'ORT.
Am briii Mornin? Star. Matthews.
Hril briif !un, Hugrim.
flrit ship lvoDbire, Watters.
Haw brie Kamrhanuha V, Tenjftrnm, repairing.
Am bk 1 C Murray, Sheppard, loading.
Am bk Delaware. Kollins, disi harKinir.
Nor Cer bk Ualvina, Kluge, discharging.
Kepoit op Bab Delaware, Rollihh, Msstcr. id
days from Victoria, V I, with lumber to Messrs Walker &i
Allen. Kr.'rieuced heay weather ofl" Cape Flattery for
several Jay a. after which winds were favorable till we arrive
in tat H's N, and long 14-33 W, after which wind hauled to
the southward and wentwaril, blowing strong till within 3 day
Vr, several Jays, alter 1
lirili; in Ul K N, anil. i
!b.i I he southward and we
I of makm urt. riilh
rM I and arnvetl in thia oi
inlf-.t 1 1 Fwca in company v
lighted Maui at 1 P M on rrulay. 2dd mat,
ort at 2 P M. On the 24th k-it the trails
with the uritish bark iulctte, bound lor
Fo Oil F4cicr Per D. C. Murray, Feb. 24th : 2
rolls leather to L O Adderly ; 2J0 qr sks ami 60 hf sks Flour
t. Holies A. Col 1 case Crucibles ! U W Willfoi.g; 171 sks
Bran, Jrt qr sks flour, 85 tins Crackers, tf ca Clams, 195 sks
Oats to II K Mc I.i tyre 4c Bro; 6 cs Drugs to Castle &. Cooke ;
8 rs au.l 4 bales Paper, 1 ew?, 1 keg and 1 bt.l Mdae to II M
W hitnrs i 90 bales Hay. 20 sks Polotms. UOo bndls Hiinglcs,
2W bbU Lime, 4.M sks Bran, 100 sks Oals, 2i),UOO Ked Bricks.
boo Redwood Posts, .10 bs Apples to vt alker dt Alien ; mj
bndls fhx.ks, C4 kegs Heads to 11 llackfeld Co; 'M cs and
! tins Crackers, 2 bags Meal to II May ; 1 case Acid. 1 bbl
Mdse, 2 pkits Whiskey, 9 jkgs Candy, 1 sk Hams, 1 sk Bacon,
1 dos I berry and Apple Trees, 1 d. Violin Ptrin", 1 csk tal
ttoda, 1 set Jewelry, tJrate ami Bricks, 1 rpider, ai bxs A p
fdes. 1 pkg Harness, 1 too Hay. 3 kegs Ale, 6 Canary Birds, 1
hx Marcarooi. 25 s rgr, 1 kit fickleti eppers, i o, s cs
Wai-. I K w ai iiiiiiUa I a4 Siklmoti 1
Ham, 1 d( t.apers.
l tin i tumtite. 2 ias Burkaheut. l keg pickled Tongues. io j
tfca Yellow Meal, iba Maple Huifar, 1 lx Kamins. 1 jar
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lit rrunei, iin -i ' ana im miaii coup, o ii vavr.vu., .
Lm-rp -J inic. i .k Horse R.iih, i ik Hubs, l pair Lady
L i,Cil fUpiers, 1 pkg atetuuakers' Tools to Order.
I iii,.t..'i i,LKT-Per Delaware. Feb. 2iih-43.973
ft LircsaeJ Lumber, 170,37 It ItoUijli Lumber la alker &.
Fob Losimis Per Ka Moi, Feb. 21th :
Pooks. case 1 IVrm d KfTecta, pkjjs. . 18
Dried flams, cs 2 Turtle Shell, b 1
llry III les, h-s 2,2rt Whale U.wie. bndl 1
Furs, pkf 1 Walrus Teeth, pkgs... Iti
Silks. k 1 :
Value Domestic $9,54 1'Ji; Foreiijn IL'O-i 19.
f . I'ASSK X O FUS.
if rx .: z:.: - r i" rrrrir rz
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r arM ?a r riscr 1 er i. t . .liiirniT. r en. iu ii.hi
rank Spauhl.nc.ph. cian; Sin. I rank Spa.tl.Iins; Clarence
Us-- Kin. rm;inevr ; Aruoal ll.iijue, jeitogit ; Kapau, Jas rnser,
j,- (i Tins Kitt Li l IVr Ka Moi, Feb. 24lh Ta hile, Geo '
J Miner, .Mr Le. loy, ami 15 deck. . j
: FB')M Hiiuci-rer Fairy Uuecn, Fib. 21th Rct l)cnyx
i ami 4 deck. 1
i Fom WnnwAtD Tobts fcr Kilanea. Fib. 2Cth 0 W C
)TWJ Jones. C H latt.n and wife, M Barrett, I.ee l.y, Emma
It mail. Mrs. K S l.vman, Th-is Siii-er, P C Jones, Jr. Mr
Atkins. Clarence King, Mr Hai;u i W Townsend and wife, ,
Sirs WalLic.-, C J Lyons, T SIcAlcrn, Mrs P II Treadwax,
Miss L P Kichardson, Julc W i.l.-nnnn. Th"s Thrum, W i
l'ark--, II B .Montgomery. Sir Ronnrtin, S K Ilishop. Sirs King
moil daiubter, Capt J llattlekl, .Mr W ongkiv, ami alut ilb deck.
Kaow KiHt u i-Per Sloi Kciki, Feb. 2Sth Mr Webster, J '
W Widdefield, and & deck.
Fo K.hi 1 1 I Per Ka Sloi. Feb. 2- h Mr Fanlen, T
White, S K Ford, Geo .Miner. J W Widdefield, Thoa Lack.
Fbow. LiHi-Per Nettie Merrill, March lt Capt E
Wakeman, and 4 deck.
Sol . -- . .. r.i,n,.,iii, .,r.tr..v Fn.
wao l.ECso. born in llevon-h.re Enplanl In the year Tj U;lwaiians, when first discovered, WC1C liv
130d. The deceased had resided on these inlands since .;. . .
ilSALb In this city, February
ith. Mrs. MiacicT
I Hbsld, S(T-J SI year and 3 days, a native ol llolton. Lanca- .
j shire, England. Mrs. Heaid was the nioiher of Sirs. t;. C.
J McLean ami Slra. Joha Nott, of this city, the was the mother
j of eleven children.
In this city. March lt. to the wife of Sir. II. I. Nolte, a son. i
California Mixes- The Commercial Herald of j
San Francisco, in its Mining Review for 1S71, " says : j
There cau be no question but every thing wears a j
most cheering aspect, and that the product will prove
to be unusually large. When we take into consider- .
atioa the entire situation the immense gains we :
have now made in the business of mining ; the im- !
nrnTi nrnrsivi njvi micninerv laieiv lDtrouuceu. i
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coupled with the great number of new reduction
; works erected, ami the certainty cl ample water sup-
ri plies the approaching season, we fin J an aggregate of
p' 1 recently accruing advantages that warrants us in
predicting for the current year a yield of the precious
v metals eonivalent to eighty-five or ninety millions of
1 do"" S nothing transpire j,,eantime to
r ''I mar the present prospect, there would be little ground
scir. t for sumrise shouM the rrouuet reaca a nunareu
P i millions by ihe end of the yeir.
r r r- Kvprrwhere new ore-erushintr mills have been ;
Teryl erected, the mcst of them of large capacity, and
tfDrea nearly all capable cf doiDg better work than the'
. i average of those before put up. Improved furnaces
10 am . v r .: v ,.tt: . l
1 8KB "V" W 'us .. ..uruuiu, v., nu
trre&t number of smeltinz works constructed in
1 C base-metal district. In the ditches aud reservoirs
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ftcihties have been increased fully twenty per cent.,
..nil. . r. ii.ia r ' i . i i:i t i . . i w . . iiur N u Ll r.wn Diiiviiiir
, ., , ., ... r. . l :t: . ril i, , .
.... wr . , ,.
hi . if mill irifnuiL iiusliiui auuiai v ui mi. uus
r.m. t nne ..aijfAncp. with a freedom and readiness
never before experienced toch aid having, in ftct,
nerer befre been so fully deserved With aU these
helps. nd the many new discoveries being made and
rich minfs constantly developed, we feel confident,
tb-t with no untoward tarn of events, there will be
.il! red from the mineral rezions west of the Rocky
ja V -iil red from the mineral regions west of the Rocky
' jMortains hundreI million dollars within the next
Commercial .bbf riiscr.
SATTRDAY. MARCH 2.
(Tr ir.iLit-.l Irtm ti.e Ju Oi;a
! Wf, KAMEUAVi.il V.. tiy t!ie ir:ice of HA, of
ti IJaw.iii:in I-!ari'Is Kir, l fi;7 in:ik'.'
kn i'aii Our will aii'l j It ur.;, r.r. l in in.-c .riLirio:
wit!i T .Meiot of Oiir C'.rtituti -d. tLatthe
iiie!ilT. of l'.; .--i-Iative .lJlM y of Our
Kirtlri), lo crivriie at the (.'oiirt Jl iur-..- in iur
City .f II ri.!;;li, f,r tl.e tr.irj-action of ti:e
puMio bu.'iiiCM', at 12 oVl.ok u xjti of 'l uf-ciiny,
the Tlirticih J.iy of Aj ril, in thr yc.ir of Our
I r.l One TIiou-.iri l KiSit Huti'Ircl unJ S-vtTity-Tw.i.
iiven un'lor fiur Hoynl S-riI. at Our I';i!;i; in
tl.e City of Hon Itiln, tf.N 27t'ilayof F.-!n:rtrv,
A. I). 1S72, an 1 in thy .Ninth Year of Our
.iliC.I.J K AMF-HAlltilA 11.
V.v the Km.
F. Y. IIlT III-o.V,
Minister fif V, luf.rior.
The Hawaiian Covcrnmcnt.
In treating of this imhj-.-ct, we meet w ith a Jiffi
ciilty in the out.-et, from the f.tct that ceitain
firmB and appearances have been preserved, while
the re-aliti-.-s of which they were the natural ex
pression have been taken away ; so that, at least,
these outside feiitures of the fJovernment have
become i-ignifjoarit of nothing, and only hurtful,
from hiding the truth from the public notice.
Thus, at lirst sight, we appear to the world as a
constitutional monarchy of a popular Cast, with
the three estates distinct, with proper guarantees
for public liberty, an independent Judiciary and
the people represented in the Legislature as one
of the controlling influences. IJut, on close ex
amination, it is found that a legislature as a dis
tinct estate from the Executive, and with any
powers or rights as a controlling influence in the
tlovcrnmcnt, has no existence here; and that the
Constitution, which thus fences out the people
from their rights, is a royal proclamation which
has superceded a previous and juster IJ.I1 of
RigUts, and which is most carefully worded to
concentrate all the wer of the (.'overnment, as
iar na ponsioie, m tne rving. it is a Kinu 01 iron-
clad creed of royal politics, and might appropri-
ately open with the confession " we believe in the
D. i . r it I .i , , -
ivine right ot Kings, tuis oeing the burden of
its eighty articles.
The Judiciary remains, in theory, somewhat na
it was under the late constitution, and, with the
code of laws, forms the only check left in the gov
ernment to encroachments of the executive, the
only guarantee fur the rights of the jieople re-
raaining. But even if we regard the present con-
etitution aa possessing any stability, and not a
mere royal order, to he dispensed with or ex
changed for another when such an arrangement
may happen to be convenient, even then tho po
sition of the Judiciary, as an independent tribu-
nalof justice, has been seriously affected by the
new conditions, fn the late constitution, besides
the liability of the judges to impeachment, it was
provided, " that i:ny judge of the Supreme Court,
or of any other court of record, may be removed
from office for mental or physical inability by a
concurrent resolution of two-thirds of Loth branches
er rl,A Tlk.t.,f.,e e.:i.l .t
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provision. The present Constitution, besides the
liability to imrachmcnt. provides "that nnv
judge of the Supreme Court, or any other court
of record, mav be removed from nfliw nn n rnsn.
1..? 1 i i . i . -w .. ..
luuon passeu Dy two-tiurus 01 trie legislative
Assembly for good cause shown to the satisfaction are sufficiently severe to make the 44 old Bay
of the King." It is not difficult to see in this State" anything else but a liquor dealer's or
measure danger and prejudice to the dignity and j drinker's paradise, and the fact that their pub
independence of our law tribunals. In case of a i Hcation calls forth no opposition from the press
judge becoming objectionable to the executive, the
necessary two-thirds vote could generally be ob-
tained in t!ie assembly, judging from our past cx-
nerience while as to 44 p-,o1 miisp heinrr Bhfiwn in
ja.in.iice, Mime as to goou cause oeing snown to
the satisfaction of the King," what that means
would depend a good deal upon who happened to
be the King. To tell the truth, this proceeding
is a rather showy and complicated one for doing
a very simple thing, and it is highly probable that
the next Constitution wiil improve in this panic-
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ular. and r.roviat! 44 that anv incite riT the Siir.renift
a - j j o- 1
Court, or any other Court of record, may be re-
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nioved from olbcc by the King, for good cause
shown to his satisfaction," or better still, at his
pleasure." This indeed has a frightful look, but
the present provision, stripped of its feathers, is
little enough different from it. It is well for us
to lHk at things as they are, not as they seem.
The importance of this matter, or of anything
tending to impair the independence of our law
courts, cannot be overrated. The supremacy of
law is a high and peculiar guarantee of personal
liberty. If that is destroyed, the sure result is
, .- .
either despotism or anarchy.
hostile to the supremacy of law.
Liebcr says, 44 All absolute governments, whether
monarchical or democratic, have ever found the
regular course of justice inconvenient, and made
war upon the organic action of the law, which
proves its necessity as a guarantee of liberty."
This is illustrated by the history of our Govern
ment, which, in its decadence from the liberal
and popular character of the last two reigns to
J the absolutism of the present, has taken such
j positive measures to affect and limit the inde-
! rndence and stability of our law tribunals.
m c i . .
J The assumption of dcstHitic sovereignty at the
j beginning of the present reign, marks an inter-
1 cstinr and important era in our national historv.
jing in a state oi ciaoorate leuuaiism, closely
analogous to the feudalism of Western Europe
during the middle ages. Kamehameha First, a
- ' eucceful feudal chief, by genius and ability, and
t aided by the generous foresight of his rival,
Kaumualii, of Kauai, hastened the development
of civil institutions, and united the different
tribes under one Government. From that time
the civil in.-titutions of the country steadily and
rapidly improved, developing in the reign of
Kamehameha Third, from the necessary imperial
ism of Kamehameha First, a constitutional mon
archy, founded upon liberal principles, with
! guarantees of equal rights and public liberty,
aDj aflording opportunities for the greater ue-
; , f llr (;ovCrnment iu the future.
. I 1
Tl.e civil prosperity and promise of the nation,
n.er these conditions, was most encouratrimr.
, T (;0Ternrai.nt was etrong wit j,in it3 own uorJ.
1 en, mc iti.'i ic tie i .ii, uiw n.inun
. everywhere rc-t ected for its success iu zood (iov-
The unnecessary adoption of imperialism, in
Cr was a seri.uis blow to the civil prosperity of
1 1 -
. , , :.. and
i - ' 0
metrical character of the dovcrnmcnt. L pon
: . .1. .1 . ... . ..... . . . . . . 1 . . . . ... . . . . . . . 1 .
wnai loans tins i-iiuii"- i-juiiucvi, 11 is uuui.ua
, . 1 . . . , a ,p
ueiilllieiv c cu iu puiiiii.-v. iilliu ii.id vmv ui
it. en ert l..-s and damage to the pcoi-Ie and un-
r.0i(Ularity to the projectors. The tiovernment
, k ' j Jn us own dorjlilli,)US, ailJ not a par.
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I tide of renown or glory has been gained. It
shapes itself to the world as an ignoble failure.
As a public disaster it is difficult to measure its
full import. Trade may go on as usual ; com-
j intrcial jrority init -culiar to civil liberty. '
Hist..ry. however, shows u that the Crt ptcp in.
the dctl.'tie of the roudest and mo.-t rverful
nations haa been taken by the assuinf tion of ab-
f-olutirui in their governruents. I
It tuiht be paid, " do we not have our rights
and our freedom in Ft ite of these changes just as
: much aw ever? " To which we answer yes, if we
txeei.t the ri-ht of self government and ail that
that meat,-, and the importance of this is as
"great to us individually as if we were members
. of a nation of fifty inilli ns instead of fifty thou-
Kind. We do not kn-nv how long such privileges
as we now enjoy will he left unimpaired, for the
f-rinil control of them is in the hands of the
Oovernment, that is, out of our hands.
'Iiicre is one influence thai we have not re
frrrcd to, arid which makes our situation, under
the-.' iinicrfect To'itical conditions, compara
tively ComfortaMe, and this is the predominant
public sentiment of the community, a sentiment
strongly Anglo-.Saxon in its Kjlitical tendencies,
healthy, independent and liberty-loving. It is
not rec-ognized as one of the "estates,'' but its
i force is recognized, for it is the ruling influence
in th land. As long as this is the lact, things
w ill not be much worse for the public. There is
no prospect that the Government will ever be
strong enough to ignore the public sentiment
i here, as Xapdeon III. has dyne in France. The
feelers w hich are occasionally put out, to speak
! metaphorically, are eignificant of what it would;
; like to do in this direction. On this influence we
rest our hoi-es for the political future. is incorrect as to the main statement, to the effect
j that the man was concerned in the Nathan mur
ReStriction Of Evil. ' der. It is true he ;onfessed that he was a mur-
vVhen an acknowledged public evil is of such ' derer but ,ie W!1S n thid ocean at the time of
a nature that it cannot be abolished, the next
b'st thing to do is to Control and restrain it.
The radical teinjerance advocates in one of the
United .States a fewycarsago, procured the cnact-
merit of what was called the " .Maine Law' pro-
scribing altogether the sale of ardent spirits. Its
sweeping provisions were found to be impractica-
blc of enforcement, and it naturally became a
failure, to a verv n-reat extent. lint the advo-
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cates of prohibition, or of a more or less strin
gent restriction of the traffic in intoxicating
drinks, far from being discouraged, have gone on
from year to year, agitating the subject, and
gaining large accessions to their ranks, not only
; in the New England States of America, where
i the movement originated, but in old England,
ana even in distant Australia.
j In Massachusetts, the ultra temperance men
are so numerous that they form a powerful third
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party in the fctate, whose influence is courted at
the general elections by politicians, and it is con-
ceded that on whichever side the prohibitionists
! throw their undivided strength, that side will
w in at the polls. The Massachusetts State Tem-
peranee Convention recently met in Boston, and
adjourned finally on the 25th of January. Among!
i the proceedings were the adoption of an address
I to the people, urging in eloquent terms the im-
portar.ee of the great work of reform in which
they were engaged ; and a Eeries of resolutions j
petitioning the Legislature to restore the prohi-
1 i I t, I.i tr vf U it K C itin r , 1 T - r, 1 n r.i n -i 1
ments, such as making the possession of the j
lixturcs of a liquor 6torc prima facie evidence of;
guilt; excluding liquor dealers, as other criiii- j
nals, from the jury box; securing the right to
. challenge liquor drinkers on a jury at discretion ; ;
' making the punishment for sale of liquors thirty !
. days imprisonment for the first ofiense, sixty days j
; for Hiomml nn,l So on. (ImiMinr. tl.A timo for
, n- ti ,i !
. every succeeding oflense ; abolishing the liquor
commission; leaving the State police under the
the governor; and making liquor sell-
i era resnonsible for damages resulting from its
j . w i.j
i i mi A
: saie. i nese projioscu enacimenis it win oe seen,
, of the State, is sufficient evidence that generally
, they are backed by a strong public sentiment.
In ew Ze!ll;,nd anJ Australia, the more mod-
i crate, and certainly quite equitable 44 Permissive
' J i i
j System " is adopted in some portions of the
country, lhis is based upon the sound principle
that the majority rules. The question of permit-
I- . ii - . i . i
ting a license to sell in a particular township, is
submitted to the qualiGod voters within its limits,
and their decision at the polls bv a majority for
. . . . . ,. .. , , .
or against, is binding upon the licensing authon-
tics. The same system prevails in some of the
western United States, and we are told that, aa
the sentiment of one community diflercd from
that of another as to the liquor business, so the
thirsty man would sometimes be compelled to go
J r i
as far as from Honolulu to Ewa, or from Lahaina
to Kaanapali, before he Could obtain even a
drink of beer.
In .reat llritain too, the tremendous evils of
intemperance, raiticularly among the working
classes, has attracted much grave attention of
late, and while " Cood lemplar and other
kindred associations are encouraged ana are
multiplying, the subject of legislation is strongly ! ucc of T1I'C C:ise lcj.n erJy l"0:'1'
' J ..... man was sentenced to pay a fine of i?-M, equivalent
mooted in the newspapers, in the direction of a ,0 about gix uic,nths imprisonment at hard labor.
44 permissive system " like that of the Colonics, This is one of the evils of the system of paying large
to which wc have alluded. advances to laborers when shipping on our planta-
tions. It is difhcult however to hnd a remedy, now
lhus it will be seen that among the hnglish thut the plan htiS been so iOIlg in UCt ar,j the neces.
speaking eople9 of the world, the enlightened ' sities of planters are such. Heavy sentences do uU
public opinion of the age is recognizing the sucm l, cu,re th.c, "'ho c , , ,
1 . e i r i ' Wednesday, I eb. 28. Several seamen, belonging
necessity of placing some bounds and restrictions t0 VCS!jei3 iu port, gut into a 44 free fight," ou Tues
to the trafhc in iutoxieating drinks. Great day night, on Beretania street, and lour who were
changes for the better have already been cxneri- i 4',cke1 UP bo1rf evidence on their countenances that
f .... , SOiue telling blows were given and taken. Ihe mag-
enced in some countries in this respect, and as i istrute beins absent through illness, they were ad-
thc world moves on in the march of improvement, mitted to bail for appearance this morning.
still greater aud vaster results must inevitably I Thursday, Feb. U'J.-The seamen arrested yester-
, , . . , , J i day for fighting and bailed in the sum of live dollars
conic, though not perhaps in our day and gencr- ; eah totuaUe ,hcir appearance, and the sum
ation, when alcohol will be used by mankind for ' of twenty dullars was forfeited to the Exchequer,
its legitimate purposes only in the Compound- ' Their names as called were Charles Long, M. D.
ing of medicines and in the mechanical arts.
vv e at incse isianus, were sve ever so mucn
inclined to put an entire stop to the sale of spirits
i i u 1 r u
by treats-stipulations. Christian aud enlightened
France "insets that we shall never make a law
which shall amount to an absolute prohibition of
44 the creature." Our law-makers have attempted
to do the next best thing, which is to regulate
the traffic by statute, and to forbid the sale to
natives of the country with what ill-success in
the latter respect, we have shown in a previous
number of this journal.
It is of course useless
to multiply laws on this point ; what is needed is
the enforcement of those we have.
In this direction we have a suggestion or two
to make, which, if taken in hand and carried out
by the coming Legislative Assembly, might per
haps prove of material assistance to the police in
the more effectual enforcement of the statutes
forbidding the traffic with natives. First then,
let there be a license to sell by the glass only,
. . , , , , - ' .
44 to be drun on the premises ; next a bottle
license, to sell in less quantities than a dozen, iwt
to be drunk on the premises ; and last, a whole-
... . II I i aT . I .', (aJv'AV lilllt 111. its II VUI 0" "fr
Fale license, to sell nothing less than the original he Las ,,pen keop-llg a littIe ttablisbmcnt for the ac
package. Then in the matter of punishment f r commoduion cf travelers into the country, where a
selling to natives abolish the fine altogether, and
, . . .
... . 1 i r
let it do imprisonment at nam ia.or i,,r every TheV0urt imposed a fine of &100, rcniarkinj that as
one convicted of the oflense ; or if there be a fine was the maximum provided by law, a re-luc-'
at all. let it go to the informer. 1 tl0U t0 one-fifth was all that was justifiable. While
i x i .i i i ! the principle of law is right, the practice m this case
! It remaius to be seen whether toe Legislature . Tr. ,av r,r
j of 172 will be sufficiently alive to the welfare of;
.i .. .. il, a tnl.ir tlu-ir crvol-il,
I ii.u liicu v.... -i --""
i attention, and to act in the matter promptly and
Opinions ditl'tr a to what conetitutes pro ricty
in the conduct of I.e. viewed in relation to fori- ,
tion and rant. Ft int-tance, ek-iue rersons CX-'
pre themselves of the opinion that it is uneuited
to the rotin' jn of aPriujc Minister of the Crown,
or any other Minirtr, that tt:c incumbent should
be seen car.va.eing the citr, earnestly soliciting
and jertinaciouslv pressiiS people to invent five
dollars for a ticket for a ball in aid of a hotel,
V ere the object in view to aid some great public ;
charity or bencvi'.ent institution, say these j
fault-'Jnd. rs, ti e ict vould do h.-nr to both tl.e
c-.ui.-e and the offidtl; tut otherwise, the robes of
office are cheapened and b-draggl-d to an extent
thut is u festive ! contempt. Others again
might thirk that f.e Ministers, by their action.
bhow a coir nicinhibli democratic condescension,
and an iiiterit in con noti with every day affiiirs,
that ouglit to make J.eiu ipular. It is a Com-
. forting fact that evc-jh-ody i at liberty to Jiuld
' and enjoy their own opinions,
IlttTHOr THESl'rOim MllPtlH OK M. .VlTHlV
I 1. 1.. . f tlif r.n r..,-L 1 .-llr-O k tl-.l (l.t.i l.t th I ' I.I f.t
h0i iiii, t . .ias u, ih ma.ie a statement wi.ich has
1 create ! a !i-ati .(i am in; ai circ.- h.'.e l.e wa ytri lc.-.l
on his d alii ld U was it;d by t. shipmate, to whom he
cot.h-xiied the .a tlimr lac- that he wa a n.urd-rer. Ileitis
asked what had It a h lu O Ulrf ci.miti;;ion 1 1 nucu a rr.nic,
he avowed tl Was f-r t.-? puj' e of i,I.t.i;ir.;i: money, lie was
l-r'si-ii by hi shipmate t"lisc! .e the tu:l det-iits of t!.e h. r
r:ble alt air. ami thus ease is citi:eiice ra-f.ire he departed mi
that j ouriK y uhii'h waa.that moment inev itnti'e. He coti
r..e: s nie parli.'uirs aiich led directly to l.'ie belie! that he
as ei'h r a principal af IT or e'e an important arconiphce
in rr.e n'
r.'Ciou inasicre -f llenj mini Nailim. in New York,
' Ust eur Hvnotu cor.Aw ion ntru, Auttmbtr st
With some elcmcrts of truth, the above, which
we find extensively g'ing the rounds of the press,
the Nathan jflliir.
J.-li.'! lliiwitlliiii llotol.
This hotel was 'oimally opened hist Thursday
, evening, by the giving of a subscription ball by the
; proprietor, Mr. A. Herbert. About two hundred
aDj fift7 persons wue present, and all seemed to
: themselves. Tie dancing arrangements were
' very g0uJ. tLc Jiui,' roo,n floor beinS covered with
cloth for the occaski. The band of the Household
troops, under the hading of Frank Medina, dis
coursed eloquent rnnsic, and the dancing was kept
up until a late, or ra.her early hour. Nevertheless,
. n o i'A ..Acill-nln .l... t ... 1 tli.ll Y.lll f..V tllA 11 1 1 1 1 A. I
,,.,..;,';, ''fZ, m;,,;.,,,.. tn hv f,, ,.,..,
i lu.ger nuiIlbtr WouU bave been in BttenJ:ince.
Previous to the onern-of the ball room, the guests
passed through every part Ot the nouse, and one aaa been refunded several months back, as the funds that were col
all were much nle ie,l with the internal arrangements 1 ,cte1 for ,hat l,urP"e ws "ever f,aid "uo th,, LoJ!e '
an weic mucn pieaseu wiiu me internal arran0emcnis. . by wflat , can fit.ar JM;le Mmn unr the impression that at
The entire buildiug is lit with gasoline, and the j the surrenderinj; of tl.e Lodge's Charter and iliO.nu.lipp, that
! consumption with ell the burners lighted is about ,
j 11000 feet per day, at a cost of 2.50 per 1000 feet.
' Several large tanks aud a metre in the yard keep up
The parlors on the right of the main entrance, are :
! handsomely fitted up, and the dining room on the
left, iu size ahout 75x32 feet, is a cool handsome
j lue total number ot beJ roo,DS in the house 19
AU homdy and comfortably fitted with all the
Oa both floors are bath rooms and closets, and in
the yard a large plunge-bath has been built for
opn Iiuiipn Ailimninff tiua iq th lflll nd r IT. liTiil in
the baseajenUs a large billiard room with three fine
The kitchen is fitted with an improved range
affording abundant facilities for the preparation of
fboj, anj adjoining it are pantrys, closets, and a
large ice room.
Honolulu now has two hotels, the Hawaiian cost
! i"g $103,000, and the Globe; and their United
! capacity is sulficient to accommodate all the travel
j w umy expf0t thia way for 80me time The
j Globe is in good hands, aud is rather more advan-
tageousiy locaieu mr uie great uimng puunc, uue
-,- i : c. i. . i. .i.
lilt; I lisrt ai icLLl uuuci m.i pn.-.! io inc nam VI ltlV
; l. until ea auu ll.n Ilea VI luunciij. . . r icu mvui '
I . ... ... ... '
; success, ana expect tnai tuey win mcrii it
-.gaturday, Feb. 24. A stout, oleaginous looking
nilive woman, named Waahia, who has for years
i past enjoyed a reputation for some kind of sorcery
; license, and was to-day brought up for sen-
' tence. The testimony was not strong against her.
..i,. h id unie fi'tv of her followers -Uid fi lends
j fcomi rt;a,,y a,,d1axiou3 to testifyhiher behalf.
! a,,,i i ivquired a good deal of moral courage to
j tell the actual truth in the case. Jt appeared that
: a man named Aaluna was taken sick, apparently
. ., ..,. aiul Li. cu' ... .
! ilia 011 i,js c:,e. She is cunning to that degree that
, she never gives medicines tierselt. but always
i through another, and so it was in this case. 1 tie
; 8itk 1)an WBS, givtn thru-uj:h ,u.r diri-cti..n. sundry
; decoctions, the nature of which did not appear, and
! t l'ntl of nve days he di.-d. The evidence was
: somewhat coiitradictorv, but the magistrate decided
ttiat it wt.igi,ed against the ductless, and she was
; lined Sluu. from which she immediately noted an
an'Vul ,to J,;,.,:f :,,n:'k.a"- ,. .
.Mondav, l ib. 2b. There was a solitary case of
! (il uk in Court to-day that of a young native girl,
who was lined $3. I'ity that the wretch who gave
her the li.pior cannot be known and punished
Tuesday, reb. 2i. A native was arraigned for
gross cheat. It appeared that during last year, he
had engaged under a two years contract to work on
on Maui but deserting from
there, he came to Honolulu, and on Monday engaged
i,jmself under another contract to work on
Mclveague's Plantation, in Koolau, receiving an ad-
t.iOWCr, .AUgll?t x; i'ieiii, mi' viruiv v-iiju
Aho. a Chinaman, arrested for cruelty to Ins own
hoc was bailed fjr five dollars and did nut appear
five dollars and did nut appear.
t. A native named Alilo, was charged with assault and j
I DaiterV On ills Wlie, aaiea, rnu was mc uiiutipo
1 IX , t
witness against him. Corroborated by others, 6he i
; proved tliat the cause of quarrel was that she had
; not kept his lordship's supper warm enough to suit
him, whereupon he had struct ana Dear ner, punea -her
about by the hair, and displayed various other I 0 UellVCT LUniOlT at all tllC i OTIS
tokens of his amiable disposition. It appeared that
he had been before the Court or.ee before and been
punished for similar behaviour towards his wife,
from whom he had been separated fur a year by
order of one of the judges of the Supreme Court.
"When asked for his defense, he said he had no wit-
nesses. for everybody present at trie auair was ms
. nr. . . . . if.
wile s relations. lie was sentenceu to twenty uays
imprisonment at hard labor, and to give bonds in
the sura of S:! K) to keep the peace towards his wife
ior one year.
Friday, March 1. Davida, a young native got i
into a quarrel with another, and gave him a beating.
There was a controversy as to who was entitled to j
her affections (of course there was a woman in the j
i . T. 1 1 1 .r -T
easel and Hence tne row. iiaviua. was u uexi r-.
After sentence was pronounced it leake-1 out that he
was an enlisted soldier; whereupon the Court ex-
rressed a regret that it had not ocen a.lvisea ot tne j
fact the fine would have been heavier. Mr. A. i
rUv:c was charirpd with sellinrr coo-ls of foreign .
manufacture without a license. He plead guilty to
having sold a few matches at 1ns place on me aiiey
vol nV.mi- tVixnri mllne frAtw TAWn I t BnrMrS t flrit
, . , . i v i i t :
euP l'f or a g ;iss -f sod i water ecu. 1 be b.i i, ami .t
11113 IIIUH'J iJUitC il Uilivimciitc, iw " v. v. .v.
dere1 the 0Q-en(ler t0 ;o'cure a license' at once, or to
. - .- -. : r . t- v
( pay a one oi !?oi, tne cost, oi a nceuse miui. ut
; considered more eouitable. Are the license laws so
tery strictly enforced throughout the country?
y. T. Yea are mUtAkfii in eur.rW.ng that ytu j
arc the particul ir ' pafect Durumir " jointed at in J
the " Charcoal Sketo.eJi., (
Jake. Yea say that the fir?t night you c?ch us f
going home alone you while us. Take care ;
Jake you don't get a a tack.
C. N. O. We would adTis you to lot their logs j
e and se:.ie them by the bills. This p revents '
-q--g na iuus aiArtmng iue n. ut.oi i.
Ixnocence.-You complaio that your clothing
come heme frcm the wnsb, marked " Paahao," and
we will be happy to learn what you are going to Jo
Inquirer. There is no law presenting ycu from
giving your fr'u-nJ a piece of your min i " the
law only interferes when ycu iif.iv the piece.
Fax. You siy that A hfts It that the avenge
weekly edition (nit ce-unting steamer tly) of the
P. C. .? tcertistr is four thousm l nine hundred
copies. We are sorry for A, he should have counted
the steamer days.
H. VOSS, No. 5 Merchant Street.
CruTAix iian;i;. cikpet, mat
Tl.Nel and Oil Cloth laid.
JT All sites Mattras-e-i co:i'aiit!y n harul. ni2
FOR SALE !
A l'lTKVT MKI.IIDV IliKMOM-
tTir3 L'M. in lol;shel nsewoed caw, with eleven ttopi
and two si.ie pe-la!s. The instrument i perfectly new, and is
ruitaMe for a Church cr pritate house.
tni Apply at this e)ffice.
OX TIIK FIFTH OF M A11CII. .4 FIRST
dividend nf 0 per ceii:. w.ll t? paid to the Creditors of
the firm of CiiiLLiVix & Co., at the Olhe of V. A. S-HKitB
i Co. F. ANNIN.
t. A. MIlAtiKK.
Honolulu, March lt, H
tKIlS-SIXIKITKl TO TIIF F.STAT K
of I'll LI.A M Kl. . C', are hereby ri.f;uet.Hl to make
immediate pnynient tu Mr. W. 11. ItAKNtJ or to the under
signed, as otherwise they will be proceeded airainst at la.
F. A. SCIIAKKKlt,
Honolulu, March, 1ST2. ro2 it Aa-ijsnee.
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS !
a nor n ok i5 YKAKs of ao k 1
wanted to learn the lailonn? l!usiness H.le.lii.-lit na- .
tire not objected to apply to
JOHN r . KKN VOX, Merchant Tailor,
II K II F. It V F O It It I l A I. I-
persons fr mi trusting any one on my account without my
written order. (ft;biiat) A. N. OILMAN,
llouululu, Feb. 19.1ST2.
'tO Al.I. TIIOSK I'KRSOXS THAT SFll-
M HC It I II KD towards huildinir a (loo.l Templars' Lod-e at
W aialua, Oahu, and paid their money to a certain Uood leni
plar for that purMise, will obliue the l.nilersit;ned ti call on the
staid llno.1 Temiil ir Mtul vet rheir ninn.'V wl.i.'h mlirht to have
money was aivmea oeiween its meuuoers, wnirn I can assure
ti.era was not done. w. c. lank.
it uaie oi tvaanunianu iHifce.--
WANTED ON BOTTOMRY
The Sum of $25,000 !
MORK OR L.ESS. I SI MS TO
suit, for RKl'AlllS and other necessary e.
penses on th
r BRITISH SHIP DEVONSHIRE !
TF.SDF.U3 for the above will be received at this office until
TuexluT. the 5lb of Mitrrlk inl.
JAMKS 1IAV WOUKHOt'PE.
II B. M.'s Commissioner aud Consul General.
II. B. M.'s Consulate General,
Honolulu, Feb 27, 112. $
GLOBE HOTEL, King Street-
THE I'XUF.RSIUXF.I) TAKK3 IM.KAS.
L KK iu uniiuuncinK to the 1'ublic of Honolulu that be
baa purchased the above well-known house, which has
; beeu thoroughly
TJpnnvntprl Ppfittprl Pnrnmriprl & Altprprl
; Itenovaiea, Itemtea, X umisnea OC AUerea
: m every respect, and is now suitable as a
: f-lfrfO I HUUSLi
: The accommodations are all new and of First-Class order. The
rooms for hoaiders and transient customers are all elegantly
r.. on. I m B..l.r..lil nurl.t .ilk u ll tli.. niil.lirl.'tl nfl
; for cointort, together with a Smoking Boom, hare lten added,
: and will be kept open from 6 A. SI. to 10 1". SI. Breakfast will
, be served to order from 61 to S o'clock A. SI. Lunar, from 1 1
to 2 V. SI. Supper, lroui'5 to 7 P. SI.
j ll'XCII A L.A CARTE HETWEEX MEALS,
j -.,...,........:.., . ,, ,, ,i,.
acijt.acies and luxuries which the market affords to suit the
j Constant Change of the Bill of Fare !
..,,,,.,., , , ,
' Wl11 ,,e Rn e?til ''liihed nile m tins Hotel, and will be served up
" ""n!6'1"1 8t,'e- "' ""l'te wil""lw4
Having eugaire.l the services of a FIK?T-CLASS CIlEFF.de
I CLisiSr; AKfi.-r to superintend the Kitchen, everything m
that Department will be served up in a manner uoe'iualed in
i rS B E
Opened on Sunday Morning, March 3.
Hi pine to merit a share ol puMic patronage and approval, I
remain, with a cheering welcome to all my frienls and the
public generally, 1. A. THAYr.lt,
ivot e: at ai-i,
THAT IT IS BY DEATH THAT WE LIVE !
A G ri-n l Truth. n ii oilier Great Truth i
IIAS E.VLARCKI) HIS WORKSHOP
and is now prepsrerl to do
WAGON AND CARRIAGE WORK
ISi'pairiu All its Itranclies !
HOKSKS SHOD uo ling Bud ueal
You'll vih your own were lirc' feet,
lIlHcU-Stiiilh work for Ship or Short
Ion. quite na well aa ftrr before.
His work done quirk, his chiru'a low
If you will cull you'll find il ao.
m2 tf W.M. W'KIiiHT.
Lumber, Lumberj Lumber !
ALL Kl.NOs OF
, T iirnhpf onrl ElllldinP: IYIatenalS
..u hoard SlraKe Price !
j l'R SPECIALITY will bk .
and A nchoratirs wills in Ihia Kingdom I
.A.t Lower Xates
than has tver been attempted heretofore.
5f ORDERS are rrspertfully solicited by
m2 4m D. FOSTER CO.
"PIIO ISOXO 11 151, ICO S"
Or'EHOI.DERS. FA M I I.I FS .1X1) R F-
ll'EMs if Ual.u and adjacent Islands, aho wish lo
I . w. . , , tv ,;
j Economize Labor & Materials in Wasning
by uir.? the self-acting and r.rtah'.e lioil-r. Wa'hiritr day will
no longer lie a trouble. The cost of the Boiler will sckju ie re-
turned in saving time and labor, and the
: ..-T0MT0- SELF-ICTI(. (LOTHES WISHER
an.l Boiler will be fully appreciated.
It removes all dirt without lubhirg or friction, is the bet
thin? for ashers of Clothes" ever invented an l works wi:h
oot de.tr-.y iriir the Cue.! Lace or heaviest H.innel. In savu.ir
of time and fuel tliee Boiler (jive their own popularity and
need no unneccesfary " FufT"' lo acc-mpapy their introduction
into teneral use, aa one of the necessary articles of this Iron
Price Low and within reach of all
' materials either 1 l.N or LU1 rtn, oy
J A3. EsTALL, 75 King St.
' P. S. All orders punctually attended to.
B I L la I M G EE IL Bfl &
USTo. O r Ivin: Street,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS ItM
E J 1E& m T&FST 2Ri IES
HAVE 0"XSTAXTLY OX IIAXU AND FOR ALL AT LOW IMUV,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE.
1 (T IKxir of all kinds, Ta.llo.ks. bras ami
V.V1V lrawer and
DOOR AND GATE BATCHES. DOOR
cat, brass and iron.
HOOKS Hook and Slap'M, Hooks and eyes, ilrass and
Houks, Hasps and Staples.
ltl'TTS Iron, fast and loose; cast and wrought, frooi 1 lo 4
HitiKea, T and strsp, 4 to IS inch:
Sash Hollers, assorted brans and iron;
ah Fasteners, Window Sprinrs,
Castors, tahle and bed, brass, iron and
!A Large and Varied Assortment of Shoe Findings!
! Including Men's and Hoy's Lasts and l'.oot Trees, every kind of Sdioe Pegs and Nail, Shank Iroua
Size Sticks, Shoulder Sucks, Knives, Slc , &c, oic.
Also. ThomDson's Hawaiian
13 1 i cl 1 e and S n cl
Bridle and Harness Buckles, all sites, tinned, Japanned
Wooden Stirrups, Tinned and Japanned Kings Irnm to
HOFS, liRIGHT AND HALF
WHITE ZINC AND
Colors, dry and in oil, Lamp Black, Vutty, Chalk, and Whiting. Fire Proof Paint, Boiled Linseed Oil aud Turpentine.
AXLF.B Half patent and common, assorted. Sl'oKFH, SHAFTS, 4o., Ao.
HENRV RIFLES AND CARBINES AND CARTRIDGE
NUTS AND WASHERS.
jMiLiLS. from 3d to
fpikes, Cut and Wrought, Ship, Plain and Galvanised.
IIIIIJSIIDS, of all sorts, a good assortment. (mIjUI, pale and dark.
Seine Twines, Nets, Fish Hooks, Cod Lines !
Houghs and Washers, galvanized and pluin, from 1 1-2 to 8 in.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL LANTERNS,
AND TO ARRIVE PER
Our stock is replenished by every California
and the Eastern United States.
?cy Every effort will be made to give complet4 natisfactioD to all customers.
Grive "as a Oall !
Sll K IS SA FF. ! I I Long were the ttrucglra that agi
tated her breast. Patiently and perseverinjil v on she str. ve
through turmoil anil conH.cts, weakness ai.d disgrace, crowding
on her, wherever ihe went, delaying her onwar.l course to the
inheritance of her forefathers, the glory arid power of an hide
Bravely she fought ; she won It, she is sale ! Go and Insure
your life in her, rest yourself on her bosoin and FKKL SAFK
VrilATKYKil -MAY C0S1K."
All particulars will le given cheerfully by H. 1IOLLM ANN.
Agent for the Germania Life Insurance Company of New York,
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
ril II K l'AKT.F.KSIIII IIKKFTOFOKF.
M txisiinit between All Lo At AH N K K, under the firm
name of Y hi: HAr.doinir buHinens at No. CO. Nuusnu Hreet,
' Honolulu, was on the 17 liof February, 1ST2. dissolved by the
wit'idrawal of Ah Lo. 'lie busmens will in the future bv car-
rh-d on by Ah Nee, at the old staml.
i Honolulu. Feb. 17. IsTJ. (fel,24 2l) All LO.
IF VOL' WOLM) HAVK VOITR IIOKSF
shod in a satisfactory manner, then go to SI. HKM'IKLO'S
I I ami 7J Kinir street. Honolulu
You will then lie accoiu.
! modated by a brut class mechanl
You will a I no ilnd it to
your advantage to take your Carriage and General itlaekinith
I ing. Painting, K pairing, 4-c. to the same estalilishinent.
THK i;.ikksm;.nki iikkf-
lli' gives public le tiee that he has opened
the kliop No. 60, Nuuanu Street Honolulu,
fir the purx.fe of carrying on the buftiness
of Watch repairing and the manufacture irf
Finger Uiugs, Far Uincs, Slilrt Studs k buttons,
' AndallotTier articles in this line, and all work entrusted, lo
' him wi 1 be executed with promptnejis. Keceipts viven for all
articles deposited, with date and name of deM.i:or, tl.e prnduc
j tion of winch will lie neces-ary before delivery of artn.les. K
i pairs or Watches guaranteed f-.r one year when prop-r care is
' . ... ... .....1 .Mil.. ....... k...l tl.U
Uei i-y me .ran i, nim w.m.ii. ...n. , .... ..
s'rictinri, no charge will lie made for rekrulatinir or repairing a
Match that has le n it. rough my hands. Ilul if a Wateh i
irjtir.il thniuch cireloMieg. of the wearer, a charge will be
made fr atf.iu rpaininr the same. C11L .N il KuNO.
Honolulu, r'eb. 7, 1S7J. feba ltn
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY !
r f 1 1 1 K r D F. R S I ( i K I 1 1 A V I X O R K C ' V. I V F I
1 a (reh supply o( Ammonia ami made permanent arranK
ments to prevent tailing short in the future,
Ice will bcJDclivcrctl
to regular customers as before, 1
FIVE (6) CEIJTS PER POUIJD ii
Orrlers can be (fier to Sir. W. SI. Wallace, who has the sale
n1 neiverv in criare. r.r n il on me siaies ui i nos. u.
I Thrum', w :i. at Jud.l & Ijivti.ri's.
ord-rs from the other Islands delivered alonirnide the
TessW, prr.prly prkd, at sarne rat. with col of box and
saw-dust added. Cost of box refunded if returned to the
Itefrigerators and Ice Boxes ma'le to or Ut at lowest possible
price. D. SMI I II.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 1572. feoli 3m
The Vsil liable Property
Island oT Kauai, consisting of
About 7000 Acres Fee Simple Land
(Hoyal I'atent) Willi the
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS
Inexplred Leae of FASTI RE LAND Adjoining:
5,000 II KAI OF CATTLE, more
t TEXSU.S, sVc,
E. KI'.L'LL, Kauai, or
E. II0FFSCI1LAE0ER 4 CO.,
For particular apply to
A Second-Hand Billiard Table, 6 feet x 10,
la good order with Balls, Rack, Cues, Counters and Pool
Board, with new Cushions and Bed.
Apply to ROBERT RVCR0FT.
feb!7 If. Buffuui't Hall.
lr.-n, from 1 to 4 In Cuarl, brass u J Iron, to 4 inch (
Till, Chest and Trunk, log Cobar,
UO 1..TS Spring and Chain, rVjuare and tower, wrought aoJ
Iron screw ho- kt and eyes. Cloth hooks. Picture books. Curtain
K N'OHS IWr, Plrlorr and Curtain.
Inches; Bri, 1 to 4 In.) Ship Mutts aud Park Flapi, astd.
Handles chest and drawers, a large assortment,
ItracketH Wall, corner, shelf and Istup,
Tacks Ci pper, iron anil tinned, single aud double
Solo and Saddlo Loathcr !
cl 1 C U. 1 TL 1 t 11 1 o I
and plated; Meiican Ornaments, atrsloan Uirtlis,
SJ Inches. CITS of all fottsaud kin.ls.
II It I U HI.
XOS. ), 1, f PLOWN.
RED LEAD !
SYREN, KEROSENE OIL !
Steamer, and also by every Hull Vessel from Europo
DISPATCH LINE FOE SAN FRANCISCO.
ll II . W 11 A ! . II1VVTII
r-jr - . - ...... .. ... . . . . . , . W .... m ' v .
Merchandise received fTOHAOK HIFK and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by tin
line. (feX ly) C. ltHh.Wtll at CO.
MANILA WRAPPINC PAPER !
IX l. C. M I RK A V.
d Town very searce, but l-
-A I.I. TIIFIIF. IN IN
prie d. r--r sW l.y
II. M. WI11TNKV.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
A-Xs. HRKWKR JL CO., AIJrJ.VTSi
y' Fs vorabls arrans-emenls an always bs made for
iS!Jjf KloraK" and M.iplilelil of ml, llrnie, Wool, Hide
and oih. r .Merrhan ie to New ll--.lf.inl, Huston, New York ami
other Eastern forts. Hf Cash Advanees mail.
fe-4 ly O. ItUKWKR Ai CO.
DritlNf; MV TF.MI'Olt A It V AlltENCE
Irom tins Kingdom I have appointed C. II. LEWEKM lu
act for me hy power of Attorney.
Honolulu. Feb. II, 1H72 (f-b21) JAM F." A. IIOI'PKK.
IAVII.h CIT UK HES'0H1I,E FOR
any debts conlraded by All IO In my name, Irom this
date, as he is no h Hirer in our firm.
Honolulu, Feb. Ul, ie7i. YKK HAP.
Xioiii 3"5iiiiioii !
I X C U V DING
lOHI T L. A X i v i:n i:t.
FOR SAI.K Iir
E. P. ADAMS.
Gin from $10.50 to $20.00
FROM S10 TO $25 PER DOZEN,
BRANDY, FROM $1L00 to $30.00
And Lots of Other Things
IN TIIK SAME LINE, AT