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Wit EH4Y. '. V.. M.IUCH , 1S72.
T)B kuk . W-.rr.is k4 to-dav al 1 P. M. f'r fan
I'rwwisro, wita tUud pro-lure. It prob.ble t'.al wilh ihe
aontheTly winds that now prevail, she will bav a quick
ran over. She Utr with her ihe crew of the rotir,
wbkk Ttt will probably be repaired al tb port.
The bark Atilt Srnr, Ifufii Portland, arrived yesterday
P. M.. en ruuu t r II f Kkrr "he loaded " Cmt, maT
w may et I tl,al .he will sut olv enethii i rf ihe demai.d i
thai uow i.r thai ipi-. We uni'ftAii that there j
kutfforiinii!iu!;, ia the r.K per b irrci. of e
or r..t dollars, j
Th atfaiur ail-riril t- fin rrn-:ir I" lirmrjr
e Kill AY. MJHCft H, mTJ.
Biiiiim ( iH-r!!r ctuiim- ila !. with ihr u.ujl .l-mnJ
from la icr ,r auj-jli-a f- .l.n.i.r a.. .1
Tk k.fh nre f d ir li r.-n t.r..r-i, l.j- the a;. front
the Aldrn . I l.-il" ,ui..lrrd har.'la. rf lalra
ut VA t fuii ail Vifk tl. f.r ll-.i.k 4
: Tl.r.c.Vka l.opf.r t tur... to d.ri:,
thif moi.ii). HUe w.ll r.itaMjr l.rii if I. irk a i. miller 4 li uj- j
dm it ..n('f., inbr.jmr r-.,!.r,i. I,.;r.
Tlw arran.er fr-i Sao Krai.. io m.iJ l lu l.ere, if j
a;UJ on h-r tl.Ti-J rfay, im- rrnw ,,r Kui..lay. :
The l llt, if lie drought rouiinua in the Uia- '
tlict of lli!', tl.r groii.( crop w li Ik? -ri uI j irjurnj.
murtivr dodxtic rumui roa ritiwctx.
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Uar. S flnop V'ai!'. KuinukM, from .Vaiahia
St svhr l.iliu, Saha, Iron. I'uujIuu.
2 rfhr Amiur. Xika, from lljnaU-i. Kauai.
2 Hlmr KiU ira. .Mr.r--g ,r, from IUiu auJ Maui.
4 r"tir Oiani, Kilu.i. Irom V aialua
brhr Jamil. luil ,iC. from Kuu.ikakai. Molokai.
b Am bk Allrn lU.ie, I) , tla from foiliaod,
rtl phiI f 111 'll.. g
hr Lairikavai. hiliwau, from W'aiana.
, sU:hr I'auahl, RvvnoMa, fr,,iu l.li.im:., M.tui.
&rhr M" Krikt, iirmt. from Kahtilui. Maui.
O svhr Warwirk. John Hull, from Molokai ami Ijuuii
1 Hrhr Mary f:il-n. Jim, from Kohalo, Hawaii.
OJ.I I'rilow. Jim, fr'.m llilo. Hawaii.
7 i-hr Ka M h. D.ivi Irom Kabului. M:iul.
H Hehr Ntti M-rrill. tJrne, from U.liiina, M iui.
y-Htmr ki au, Mc;rs r, from Windward Porta.
?i X tb dipper ahip telegraphed yetrday I. M. ia in aighl 1
;Pd ornin( u;.ptI to be the Syren, 110 daja from tlua
"fio, to Brewer Co.
2 -hr Knoi Aaa, Likrke. for Anahola. Kauai.
t Scbr Netlie Mrrrill, CraiHr. f.-r l.ahaiua. Maul.
:4rhr Manuokawai. Aiiaka,for iNawiliwili, Kaixti
2 frhr J-nor. Uuriia, f,.r Koka an. I Wiiiuiea, Kauai.
Kob Rojr, Jiiu. for Kanrobe.
4 Mobr Waiola, AlapaJ, Ur Waialua.
4 M:orp W'ailelc, Kuiuukos. for kuiliiu
4 Mimr Kiiiiua. Mct.rrgr. for Maui and Hawaii.
6 Xrtir Annie. Nika, lr KoUanJ Waimea, Kauai.
6 tcr.r IjIiu. aha. for Huolau.
JTUV-u",,,.Bilr,J,t:rJ,r M"fi,tro''tfrt44'and fHjing to the first Legislature of this
a ...-' . s. ...... Vfl I. . . I !.. I a II a". f
1 rVhr Juanita. Uudoit. for Kauimkakai. Molokai
7 rWhr M i Keiki. lireen. for Kahului, Maui.
H A iu bk Alden iknuK-, Uease, lr lloiigkoflg.
H-M.br Odd Fellow. Jim. lor 1 1 do. Hawaii.
ekli VVrick, Jobn Hull, tor Molokai and 1-anaL
'o I. mtm 4 rr Nettie Merrill, to-day.
Fob Kihi'LII-trr I m Sbd. to-d.y.
Fo Wisdsiis PoT Per Kilauea, Monday.
Fo ilsBwi'B Islasum Per Moriiiuc ntar, Monday.
Ilk Garstang, from Newcastle on Tne, sailed SVpt 7th.
fjc.hr Witch U'leen, from rtan FraucUco, aailtd Feb. 2d, en
route or Xavig ilor'a Island.
Ship tfyren, from Huston, due ia March.
VESSELS IN" PORT.
An brig M irniiig Sltar. Malihewa.
Hrit ship DeToohire, Watb-r.
- Haw bn Katnebameba V, Tengstrom.
Am bk lleiaware. kollins.
Nor Ger bk Mai in. Kluge. discharging
Haw brig Nouaou, for Cltinaw
roa 84s Fasatisco I'er I C. Murray, March 6th
Books, rs i Peanuts, bags
final skins, bodls...... b-i Kiev, ban
Hi Irs, (urren) pes 'i Sugar, kegs. ......... ..
Mouts-wa, bb.s. ........ 6l Tovr, bale..
fu la, bales 101 1 Wool, bales.
Valua Doni..$V,5o3 70; Kor..$J0; Trai.s.. J1.0T1 80.
Fob Hoaoaoart Per AUni Ilease. March 8th
Copper, b I t Fundus, ba?s
bndU 34 sUark Fins, bx
Dr7si nsiiV.Vj2,23l,3; Foreign $1,407 00.
Foa Eoloa Per Jenny, March 2,1 Capt Luce,
e, Mr M Al:
K.im.nn II Frr.lrnluiri
Fao VV.sows.d Po.T-Per Kilauea. March 3d-P CM
Joue. Jr. J Sin... n and wife, K Moon-y and wife, Mr Afoug,
John F.na, E Asegut, J Norton, P lioiin.fln. li Fanny
Mpencer, Misa B ibeock. J p Green. Hon ii a Wideniann, Mr j
Armstrong, Miss Nancy numnrr, Mi W J Maxwell, J U Ka-1
wainui, itrsAshford r?ieucer, and aiK,ut 6i deck.
Fob Wmawaao pbt ir KiUuea, March 4th Rer J
V Green, wife and 3 children, Hon C F Hart, wife a.id 2 chil-J '
dreii. P VV F'ehlbehr aixl wife, J 1. Webster, Theodore Gulick
Fao Ktnstxtiti-Per Juauiu, March 6th Capiaia El
Ki rounuuu, ana o ueca- o
. . . , , , .
Pauahi, March 6llt Geo Gray, and 1
-Per p. c. Murray,
I chid, Mr l.ove and child, 1 Foci;
Fon LaiiAl.iA Per
Fob Sm Fbskcisco
II Thumwm. wile an I
and wile. J K Whiluer. Mr Horn. J II Thrum; ler
Keilirur, Johowwi, Crowley. l:ise. Forty, lleuaou. Brown, Mf-
. . , i - , r . . - ,i . I : i
kid. innii, ii tusou. cicw oi mc ieiuiiBuuc.
Fob KtiMSExtiti Per Tauahi, March cth Capt E C
K .Will. II..
F0l KahcLM Per Ka Mot, March 7th J L Webster, J
C McKenna, Mr Akim-J.
Fob Kaiirt VI Per Moi Kiki, M .rch 7lh Geo Gray.
j Foa Hosoaoso Per Alden Bes-e, March 8th 13 China-
I aisn r
. F,0,t ,-4B4,TrP.'n .N'u'tv ."."' l a f .It :
1 singer, wife and 3 children, N C Parke, Hon A Fornande, ,
j is c Dickenson, ii swain, and 9 deck. j
! Faoat Wuowtio Pot Per Kilauea. March 9 Ie t
Nichols. A Hague. U Kuk. A P Jones. Can Hatfield. W I'
J Alexander. Go Mahaolelua, V It Brown, Mr B R Davidson
I and 3 children ; 62 deck. rL
McLVBao-ln'ihiaeitr, Mah "sj, Mr. Gkobob McDox- ; Kamehameha the Good was guhcrcd to his
aid, a natise of Halifax, Nova fcoiia.age.i4s year.. fathers, and his heir, Kamehameha IV came to
Dttli-Io thi city, yesterday. March 4th. Robcit G. ;
Dstis, Eq after an iHnes ot several niouth. ol dropsy, j the throne as provided Tor by Article 2o of the
" ag ii years, 9 month and da) r. Constitution, recognizing and holding to its sacred
Judge Dsvht wis a native of these islands, but in early ; . . , ,
youth ... aent ta the l nite.1 fstates. here he received a '. provisions, and publicly taking the oath to main
thorough classical education, ami afterward traveled for some j tain them. In time, lie too disapearcd from the
time In Eun pe, acquiring with remarkable facility the F rench i 6tagc of existence, and Prince lt Kamehameha
and S Danish languages, to which he subsequently added some ; . , , - . i
ana rpsma D . . .k. i ennic to the throne, ns Kamehameha . Ihe
cocsiderable knowle.lge . f the German. Returning to the isl- i
and he embarked io mercantile pursuit, with Tarying ac- . Cabinet was made up as follows: C. C . Harris,
cess, until ia 1352 he took up the study of law. Gifted by na- Attorney-General ; C. G. Hopkins, Minister of
tare -1th clear and logical mind and quicknes. of percep- i t;)e Interi R c Wyllie, Minister of Foreign
tioo. he applied himself with earnest industry to the study, ... - e
nd io a remarkably brief penod could wuh truth be termed a Lelations ; t . de angny, Min ister of finance;
well read lawyer. Iu 156 he received the appointment cf anil these men advised that the King need not
-olice Magistrate for thi city, the dutie of which he dia. j lae tj,e Qat to pnpprt tne cxlsting Constitu-
a.rcJ during hi eight year of incumbency in a manner i . , , , "r , ,
" r " ', ... . . . ,n ,h, tion, and plotted for its subversion and tne Dro-
ave the fullest atfaclion to bis superior and to tne ' r
.unity at large. On the 16th of February, 164, he wa i mulgation of the present Royal Decree, by which
minted Second Associate Justice cf the Supreme Court, ' n checks upon the Cncroachnient9 of the Lxc
f Uborioa. dutie. of .ich pfitic he discharged with id- j cutjve u th? j ;fIature anJ Juiic;ary wele
iigniahed ability during hi Incumbency, which continued un- i 1 ....
. t Jot 7th, ises. While in office he compiled and put ; wept a way, aud the people left powerless in Hict
a rough the pre Volume II of Hawaiian Law Report, a . if not in theory.
I work t.r which hi scholarly and legal abilitie eminently , 1W tu-s accomplished, is best described
fitted him. la 1S6S-9. he w a appointed as one of the com- . . , c . ,. , n
L.ar.CwithB.ll. Ht.n.ey.FJqtocompito.ndpub.uh. 'n "'e language of the Hon. t harles R. Ishop,
both la the Hawaiian and English languages, ihe Penal Ijik ; then and now a member of the House of Nobles,
of the Kin-iota, and this duty was performed ia a manner jn a speech before the eo-called Constitutional
thai e.icited the marked approbation of the Judge, cf Ihe Convcntion of 1SG4. Aftcr t)C t,rorosej Congti.
Supreme Court. To um up the character of our laasented , m 1 1
friend, he wa man of varied and high talent, an ei.jquent j tution had been read, a motion was made that
p-J-e and an acute coomcloc, an able and dignified Judge, a the Convention adjourn for six weeks, to enable
Arm frieoo.atd an afTecti.Kiate husband and father. Peace the to consider the proposed changes, and
tohi ahe. i to advise their delegates. In support of tliis
Kti'.es Tr IIelntnmen. t motion Mr. Bishop said that,
1 The foikiWin rhyming "Rales for Helmsmen," ' 44 He considered the m ti..ti fiir and reasonable, and lrntd
J n t i M:ij -tv would accede t i it. It had been said nv,-r and
copied fiom a late New Zealand paper, are sent us ov,.r asn i,y the d-b-gat- tht they r .me here ui.,i. r . m.-
V, .:,U t.a ci.rrMitinTi ihit thpv understanding ; and if tie y said so. bc in h .n.'st and i;: te.l g.nt
l j correspondent, with the suggestion tuat tney tnen ltfC.a n, M.tndipand t. lh.m ,. ln,T rf, fui:.
inaT prove fcf Utility ia theSC dlVS of OCean Steam I umierstani. Jle had fr-nn lhi fir.t lK,ked upon this C-nven-
I J . ..1 . t I 1 1 ...
Slerticg steamer do cot dread
When you see three lights ahead ;
Port your helm and iliivr your red.
If to your atsrboard red appear.
It is your duly to kep clear ;
To act a judgment i proper,
Ta port or tarboard back or bp her !
But when upon your port is seen
A teaioer' starboard light, of green.
There not much f -r you to do ;
The green light roust kerp clear of you.
Green to green, red to red,
Perfect safety, go aheal.
Both io a'etr and in doui-t,
Alwiiy keep a good lookout ;
In danger, with no room lo turn,
Ease her t,p her go astern.
U fl llllll r IT l 1 1 AUufTIl5Cr
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SATURDAY. MARCH 9.
Our article on the Legislature and the Ha-
waiian Government, have led some to qu-sti,.n
w!..thT there H n-il'v stub ft n.arkod ItiT' rem e
. , T A .,
Ill 1 1 m; . iju unr in- ni u u.- iiiriuuir'ii
of and the Royal De.cr.-e of 1GI. Il.ie
we a A iriMitutwn . retr kivs a i i -t i-
('institution? W i.rrcst.-r rave 11 (
tutiofi i-t a loriii o! v ertiinerit , J ;i rt lei; i r I y
tj;tt fM,i,or that J:trt i.l' a f;nn, tthi. li n,n-
ftitutcd v the lf)!'." A? the le.it le l.:i 1
nothing tt do with the document of l'il It
cannot, as thus d- hfn 1, he a ('.n.-Ututi'.n. It is
ruh,.r ;.t Mj.lt j ;s tt
t.lkfw th-i 1'lj.C.; 'A a Co
tyled, a II y al Iler-rce. It
jn-titutioii however, until
elich tia.C arf justice TetUIijeS 1.LT sway. C ruy
i i l .,...,,., Ivwdlv. Ir hv n. ii.f err ret-iti-.n
' . - -i
of Ianguag'j can it he called a Coi.ptitutiun,
unlessi we are wiiliu-r to admit that our form of
f.ovcrnment is an autocracy. Is it an autocracy ?
One of His M ijestyH Ministers, during the
sitting of the e--.MlIed Coii-titutional Convention
was pleased to say : " Wh-never the King alone
has the Conftituting rower, the f.'uvernnjcnt ii an
Will it make any diU'creiice, then.
- i if we alter the sentence to read
the King forcibly wrests from the jjcople the coii-
j stituting power, the C jovcrnmeut i an autocracy?''
! If bo, and any odium attach, fix it upon the toii
piratore of ltfGl, for candor compids us to say
that history has recorded facts which make our
version of the Ministerial statement the correct
one, and this we say, recognizing the force of the
thirty-Crst article of the Decree of lftG4 : "The
Icrson of the King is inviolable and sacred ; His
Ministers are responsible." We have aid the
odium must attach to the conspirators of 1804.
Some who dislike homely, straightforward
phrases, will say that the use of the term " con-
i spirator is too harsh, and that a milder expres
sion would serve our purjnxse quite as well. Let
us see what the authorities say. Worcester says,
A conspirator is one who conspires." Webster,
One who conspired with others for an evil
purpone; a plotter."
What evil purpose has been accomplished?
In the year 1340, Kamehamcha III. the then
King of this nation, gave to his people a written
Constitution, which was the first Hawaiian docu
ment that set forth the rights and jKwers of
the different branches of the Jovernment of the
country. 'Ihis was a Koval Decree, which gave
ivmg jom, 10 meet annuany, or oitener it necessity
required ; and when it assembled it was provided
that 44 the Nobles shall meet by themselves and
the Representative body by themselves." This
Decree was to become the Constitution only w hen
44 the eoplc have generally heard it, and have
appointed persons according to the provisions
therein made, and they have given their assent."
It further provided that 44 if it should be thought
desirable to change it, notice should te previ
ously given, that ull the people may understand
the nature of the proposed change, and the suc
ceeding year, at the meeting of the Nobles and
the Representative body, if they shall agree as to
tlio addition proposed or as to the alteration,
then they may make it." In these simple but
unmistakable terms was the right of the people
to be heard in the future, recognized and pro
claimed. During the session of the Legislature of 1851,
the following resolution was passed :
44 That three Commissioners bv appointed, one to be rhosen
by the Kins, one by the Nobles, mid one by the House of
ItepresmitaliTea, whose duty It sh ill be to revise the Coni.lilu
tiou of the Kingdom, and on or before I.f emher next to issue
public notice of the changes which they recommend, and sub
mit the same to the coiimiI. ntlioii of the next Legislature, that
it may p iss un the chau -s proposed agreeably with the
Constitution as it now exists."
j Ucpresentarives to the IiCgislativc Assembly of
! 18o2 were elected with the clear understanding
f ..... - , . .
; anu witn me view 10 inaKe aincniimcnts r.nd
alterations to the Constitution. After the passage
. r Al r .1 . i . i r,f.-. . .
i me articles oi me onsmuuon OI 100 Ly tne
lTiresentatives, and then by the Nobles, it was
r J '
referred to a joint Committee of Conference, con.
. . "
listing ot three members from each House, and
by them reported back without change. 44 Mr.
, r .
ylllO presented to tllC Nobles the TCjiOrt of the
committee of the two Houses, which on
motion of Prince Lot Kamehamcha was accepted."
. Sj says the record of the day. On the 14th of
l June, 18")2, the King ratified and published it as
the Constitution of the Kingdom.
This Constitution provided a system of checks
between the Kxecutive, the Legislative and the
i Judicial branches of the government, which rcn
dered this a Constitutional monarchy, based upon
the most liberal and enlightened principle.
Under its sway, the Hawaiian jieople advanced
.; step by step in material prosperity and mental at-
taiiiments, and developed a capacity for self t.'ov-
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eminent that caused ohltr natitins to marvel.
p.ltlirf. meridiiii-iits t. Hie Const if ntl.m unro
rulure -VmenUIUenis to UlC I. OllStltUtlOll V ere
provided for, by causing them to be made at one
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sesioit ot me k.egisiat.uru anu rtierreu to me next
i after three months publication.
II'. n ii.i.j ii.e. na i I.TU !.iiii iu.- v i.iei jii!wce siai.il
. it as his opinion that a 'onvntion prop-rly railed, would !?
Ihe proper c..ure to adopt, but they wmiid e how rantiouslr
, this wis worded. Th- First A4Hite Juti-e ; lt,..ei
had expressed himcll in Ihe snme way. -t iiir.c that a Con
vention, j"iprrly eallrd. would have tu I power. But had
ihey b-en prcperly c.t'l. d. an 1 hid their constituents bee a
. able to furnish the delegates w.th proper ip.str.ictions .' Not a
word of th amen.inieiits had been published b-.f..re the elec
li .ns. and the jv-ople knew noth 1 1 of wh.it was bef ire ihem ;
only the King and Ministers kuesr anythim; ah ut what was to
be done ; and tlie way the matter had been managed wai not
in accordance with a spirit of liberality. Information h id
, been withheld, aud the people kept in the da k. "
Uy the conspiring and plotting of Charles
Coffin Harris, and Messrs. Wyllie, de Yarigny
and Hopkins, (the latter not a hearty co-operator)
the people were deprived of their Constitutional
rights were rendered defenseless against any cn-
I croachmcnts of the Executive. That this was an
nil purlins?, none will deny; and one ease is
made. Either we Lave no Constitution, other ;
thnthatofl8o:2, or our Gu-rnmeut is an autoe-j
racy, and all tl.e wrun and cviU which have !
uf may hereafter follow in natural!
sequence, are and must be charged upon the Con- t
spirator- of 18C4.
We jTOj-jfee in a succeeding number to further i
retiew our Constitutional Hietory. J
The Social Evil.
It is now nearly twelve years since an Act was
ptt.-sed by the Hawaiian Legislature, the preamble
of which reads as follows :
Wl:erMs, The evils and diseased arising from
prostitution are wide-spread and aj irent, carry
ing death to thousands of the Hawaiian r. tee, and
pieveiiting the increase of the population; arid it
being iuij.'ossible to suppress and crush out pros
titution ; but that itf evils and diseases may be
combatted, circumscribed and diminished :"'
ft was therefore enacted, that every common prosti
tutie, in and around the city of Honolulu, shall
be registered, and shall attend tnedical examina
. ti jIjS once in every two weeks, under jiiin of im
prisonment not less than thirty nor more than
Doubtless the intentions of the promoters of
this law were of the best, but its results, during
the years that it has been in force, have proved,
beyond any question, that it utterly fails of the
objects as set forth in the preamble recited above.
Not only are the " evils and diseases arising from
prostitution," neither " combatted, circumscribed
or diminished " through its operation, but we
speak advisedly when we assert that those evils
and diseases are more rife in Honolulu at present
than ever known before; and thus, to whatever
causes we may ascribe the fact, the law has utterly
failed of accomplishing the mitigating ellects for
which it wn ii.tc.di d. and it t.n.rf.t to be n-
t the time of its enactment in IS ft) thp law
mo umcoi its enactment in loou, tne law
met with very strong opposition from Christian
members of the Community, more particularly the
American missionaries, who rdoDhesied that it
would be calculated to increase lather than di-
minioh immorality. The result lias borne out
their anticipations. The few abandoned women
who openly acknowledge their infamous calling,
arc known as laiUni, or 44 licensed," and are un-
uouoicuiy regarueu, inougii w iiuoui icgai reason,
as under the law's protection in the prosecution of
their trade. ISut the great majority of women of
loose diaracter, are, through fear of the rro-
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visions of the law in regard to medical cxamina-
tions, entirely deterred from making themselves
known to the sheriff or deputy marshal, whose
uuty it. is unuer me law 10 superintend tne
bureau of registration. That these women are
very numerous, is well known, and it is among
them that the disease is most prevalent. They
seldom or never apply to a foreign physician, but
, either put themselves under the treatment of some
native pretender to medical knowledge, or, unat-
tended altogether, rot and die.
This subject of the 44 Social Evil," is one that
has demanded the attention of the philanthropic
and the statesmen of all countries, and has been
discussed pretty thoroughly both in a moral and
-. - . r 'i i a r i' i
sanitary point of view. Ihe system of licensed
fiouses of prostitution is so repugnant, that the
puuilC SCIllimenr, OI a CliriSliail Community Will
not tolerate its establishment. It has been tried
' in only one such community of late years that
' of the city of St. Louis and there it is acknowl-
edged to be a failure, and a strong movement is
in progress to discard it. The evil has reached
to such a degree of magnitude in the city of San
. Francisco, that some of the physicians of that
. . . , .
, berg having advocated the adoption of the license
! system, but the press, with scarcely an exception,
have scouted the derrradinir idea, and there is no
probability of its being seriously entertained.
Rut the evil w ith us is a very grave one, and
instead of simply ignoring the subject, or of idly
lamenting it, it is time that some action should
' be taken towards grappling with it. Here is
something l.r the coming Legislature to look into,
with a view to reformatory measures.
Thc present law 44 to mitigate " is confessedly
worse than useless, and should be repealed. Ti e
.establishment of a House of Correction, where
i if chiKH of ix-nmon rf.r..r.-c,I t. u-t,n nKr,nr;,,vl
r of an offense before the proper tribunal, can be
. ' 1 '
; detained lor the purposes of reformation, is what
we would suggest. Punishment for oflendcrs of;
; this sort, should, we contend, be viewed entirely
as a healing or curative measure, and not inflicted
' as simply to satisfy justice. The spirit of the ;
law that punishes and of the pardon that forgives,
; . , . ,, , ,
should be essentially the same, only dillerent
instruments for restoring to society sound members.
. . r . .
A..e imporu...ee oi preserving our lorcsts nas
reen discussed incidentally in tins journal both
editorially ami by corrcsjuondents, and the ground
has been assumed, and in this respect we have
as usual been at variancts with the views of our
Ministerial llulcrs as expressed through their
Organ that it was the duty of Government t
take 6ome action in the matter. Ihe ruinou, Waahii, which was precisely tlie same in all its par
waste that, through the curse of cattle and thei-' ticulars. On being asked to prcxluce the authorities
demand for fire-wood-has been and is going otfl j." SUrr.r.t f 'iis J"lnt.' K!ih'!J.(h Pff
. . ... do - for a pretty shrewu native lawyer) smd be regretted
.vt. :..i.. ...:m ic.
.i. mcro .sianus, ni.t t-ciytc many jtruro tours
rdetelv revolutionize our fine climate, and turn-
our beautiful hills and valleys into desolate wastes.
We can to-day point to many localities to which
this remark will alread3' reply.
How the climate and health of a county are
affected by the removal of its forests, is a qucs-
tion of peculiar interest, and one that has been
discussed a great deal st one time and another'
by scientific men.
Humboldt, a good authority,
maintained that trees by the nature of their pers
piration, and the radiation from their leaves in a
sky without clouds, surrounded themselves with
an atmosphere constantly cold and misty. They
influence the copiousness of springs, not as many
believe by a peculiar attraction for the vapors
difl'used through the air, but because by shelter-
ing the soil from the direct action of the sun ,
they lessen the evaporation of water produced by
rain. They also tend to eoualizo the vohimo of
rivers and streams, by rendering the rainfall more
uniform, and by impeding the flow of surface
water into them. It therefore happens that
.-i r 1, i
wficn forests are destroyed, springs dry up or
J ' J
become less abundant, rains are less frequent and
, , ii.-
rnrm Cfllnpn nn,l on.l ,ljr.iwfofirtn r.
, i-v ' v , uyvuj u.. . i . . . 1. 1. i all; UUL
an uncommon result.
I In India, the destruction of the forests has been
i followed by a very marked change in the charac
ter of the climate. At Danoolie, the climate is said
j to be much more hot and dry than before the timber
! was cut down ; and streams that then flowed
i until April or May have since commonly dried up
i in December. In Concau a similar state of
j things resulted from the destruction of vegetation.
The long droughts now so frequent in the Care
' de Verd Islands, and the increased amount cf
disease wa.ch accompanies them are nndoubte-ily
due to the removal ot tlie forests. In the
highlands of Greece, where the timber has been
cut away, the springs are reported to have disar-
W ' w 1
During the day, trees not only shade the
ground, but by the escape of vapor from their
leaves mitigate tlie beat of the atmosphere. At
night they radiate heat and condense the vapor of
the air into the form of dew, many plants being !
endowed wkh this faculty to such nn extent as to
collect water in lare quantities from the
An interesting and important paper, sustaining
the views of Humboldt, was read a short time
since before the Edinburg Rotanioal Society,
44 Ou the effects of cutting down forests ou the
climate and health of Mauritius." It is there
stated that betwei-n 16 'j I and 1G2 vasts tracts uf
; f jrest had di-aj. j eared, calling a
amount of rain fail, an increased amount of
dryness, and a roportionate elevation of tempera
ture. The epidemic which broke out in l?o" in
the Colony, previously so remarkable fr its salu
brity, the writer traced to this cause ; adding that
the difference in reasons is n v much less marked,
rains are scarce, drouhtfcfrequeiit and excessive;
vasts tracts of land f umeily productive are now
barren and desolate, and districts before noted
for salubrity are now ntoiious!y unhealthy,
i Although tl.e amount of rain fail is much re
; dueed, the violence of the rain is increased where
it does fall, and heavy floods are the result. It
was immediately after one of these inundations
that the fever broke out in 1G5, which proved
sj terribly fatal to the Colony.
In the face of such testimony as this, will our
r..:ci. i..i m-. : i.
iiouwi. an it j j eat 10 toe" .uiuisu is uscicrs
fail to reeognize tlie importance of some steps
being immediately taken to provide by law for
the preservation of our forests?
Id the report of trie proceedings of the Lcgisla-
tive Assembly for lSil), under date of June 4,
we find the following paragraph. The Legislature
was prorogued on the "I'd of July, nearly a
month after the appointment of the committee,
but we see no record of their having reported a
bill as they were instructed. l'erhane they have
prepared one during the two years that have
fct'hii sea since the duty devolved upon tliem, and
-jfVill send it ir. the coming session :
sf " Mr' IOI1- f,n su(-peaiou of the rules, oflored a resolution,''
,ht a Cl)111llUee , 14I,I,i1,ua f .r coiu.i.iem.g the best
Vf- prevent the destm, t,u of f .t, and report by bui
' vtheiwise. The Cltuir HpHiinied Messrs l.yous, Itiahop, I
? hauieiio, Kaukaha a.ii i-haiips. such cuiuimtiee."
I A case occurred in the Police Court Monday
; morning and which is reported elsewhere, th&fis
suggestive of the necessity of a change in our
laws as to the detention of criminals. At present ;
mere is no prescriuea ruie or system w natevcr
t " 'I S l .
r , i , , c. - ,c ..
tor rliA (' I :i iti, ..n i i .Ti r.r rr ininriU in nnp rinin
ot mo u.uiouiun ot cmuiuais in our prison,
. but all are indiscriminately herded together,
Thus the vagrant, the man whose sin is drunken-
ness, and the Tien etrator of a petty larceny, are
... . . , ., . ;
; compelled to associate with the old and hardened j
criminals of every dye, and in the case of the
young, to be rendered reckless from the associa-f:
tion and tne taunts and jeers mat will be me 6
with. Of course the idea of anything like reform1
under such circumstances is out of the question,
and, as remarked by the Magistrate in the case j
referred to, the boy of sixteen, imprisoned for Ids i
first offense, is more than likely at the expiration
. of his sentence to come forth from the prison a
Here aain IS a Eulncet lor the
... rf . .
members of our coming Legislative Assembly to
consider-a law for the classification of prisoners,
in respect to the nature of the crime or offense for
which they are detained, and to their age and
i t i i i , . i ,
antecedents. lhcre should also be established a
thorough Code of Rules for prison regulation and
UlSClplllie, in WniCll rfllC principle SllOUld UC UlS-
tinctly recognized, that our prison is conducted
not solely as a penal institution, but with a view
to its reformatory influence upon the prisoner.
1U.?-; Court. e
Saturday, March 2 There was but one case in
tbe Court this niori.ii.g, that of a foreigner, arrestejl
for being drunk and disorderly. He was lined to,
ailJ warne,i that for a similar charge, he would be
' sent over."
-Monday. 3ircii 4. ,vn assault and nailery, grow
ing out of a dispute about a water right, w:ts settled
out of Court, the parties concluding that the shortest
and cheapest mode of solving the difficulty was to
i . - : r i-
;ipiy to tuv toiuiiusioiiui s ui . uic-r 101113.
native boy iiametl Kealohnpauole, 16 years of age,
was proved guilty of attempting to steal from the
till of a China ton and cuke shop. He was sentenced
to prison with hur l I ihor for six months, the M igis- j
trate remarking that he regretted the necessity of ;
sending a young hoy for a first offense, to associate j
with hardened criminals, but the law gave him no
l ,.!0D , ...
I uesd:iy, larch o. A native was given in charge
on Monday by the AViiea people, on suspicion that
lie inteniled to steal, he havinir been found nrowlinrf
bout, "V" he had no business but on i
1 ues'hiy morning no one appeared to prosecute, audi
i,e w:Xs discharged.
Wednesday, March C Two cases of adultery were
tr"'0;h an'J te Ptio8 Jicing found guilty were find :
the men o0, and the woman SroO, each. Kulaa ;
nn(i i;cbecca, woman, and Douglass Panee, Henry j
Peters, and two others, all natives, were charged ;
wi,u Inaki,,S a loud noise late on Saturday night and j
early feunday morning last. It seems they hud been i
t0 01ie of the llumeroU3 dancing parties that have
lately been fashionable among the natives in this
. city, and instead of going quietly home fiom tlie
j J ...--- .r,... ......
. n: ll,',' I n.'v wi i Mil, till ill,, s rt'i u v iiir i ir i , iu' i ,i
. siitii'l.li i lit I luic iLilieuruaieti nu 111c ioio.c.
dhey were all mulcted therefore in the sum
eflcll except one woman who was charged
' 44 saucing " the police.
H annah ka.iialnia, was charged with being acces
sory to Waaliia, the doctress and sorceress who was
mentioned last week ns having been fined 8101 for
practicing medicine without a license. Mr. Kanihina
appeared ns counsel for Hannah, and objected to the
Police Magistrate entertaining jurisdiction in her
ens,?, because he had previously decided the case of
nrellv hrow,l nutivp I.iwvprl khi,1 lip rprrrotto.I
. .r : . r ' . . -
tliat he bad left his spectacles at home. The MagIS-
trate however proceeded to try the case, and the t
woman being found guilty as charged, was fined
one hundred dollars.
The proceedings in Court to-day appear to have
been unusually interesting to the native population,
ns there was probably not far from two hundred per
sons in attendance.
Thursday, March 7. Ahlum and
Chinamen, the first a passenger on the A! ka lifs.se,
a,,d th,' IU'r.a resident here were arrested tor
we,fn0sday afternoon. It was in proof before the
Court, that the two men went on board together,
and after a while came on shore also together,
their motions being watched by customs guards
When they landed, one of the guards, a verv in
telligent native named Henry Harker. invited th-m
into the office of the JMirveyor of the Port, but
they declined the civility, and had to be taken
there by force. On searching their persons, Ah-
: the stranger, was found to have a package of
' Prepared opium, sworn to bo worth $16. nicely
secreted in a pocket between his thighs. Ahsee.
who was doubtless the instigator in the job, had
a very small quantity about a dollar's worth on
The Court imposed a
men. and ordered the
: Friday, March 8. Kahiapo which, being inter- i
preted signifies 44 the first born " debased his birth-
. . v . j i j r .u
riclit r.v o-ptrinT rlriinlc. and eonfessinfr the same.
was fined S3. Pamaiulu was charged with assault
1 i u. , - i ,j ,i, ,f I - c.
ftn.l hftttprv nn Vlftllofl flip crATifl mot tipr rit Inflte
. . j . . , e.
male 44 friend." The oil lady objected to her grand-'
daughter, (who was a remarkably tall young woman
described by a bystander as 44 Polly LoDgstoekings) i
going to a feast in company with the young man, and
TIS E0, fnstrat. ot her aisi.ke to mm idi r.e .
shoved her away, whereupon she fed and bruised her ,
f ,Ce. It appearing to be a sort of a mutual affair, i
a fine cf S'- was imposed on the assaulter.
All A. ttt!o.
Mr. Editor : I was not a little astonished the
ether day to sre a man on horseback, ride up to the?
public toiintain on the Uethel premises, and allow his
horse to plunge his nose ioto the bain and drink. I
; borse to plunge his nose into the bain and drink.
. , tl t fount ;n as intmM leasts to drink- J
Irom, and secondly because a good many humans do
driuk fm it every hour in the day. It looked Ml
: !?.! T, S
"iv j'i.t Vil OU lli.'l i. OHVIV A V I IHil' V " iT i:J ti'Vi uu'jj
worse, for I am told that he has been known to actually
drive away a native in order that his horse might
drink. 44 Free to all," is the inscription on the arch
over the fountain, but propriety and cleanliness de
mands that it should not be free to animals.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
I.MI'UKII.K AMI o-vi sn MKR
Corner of Fort and Mere'.ant :r
S. t. t IS.
S. MAGNIN k Co.,
IMPORTERS AMI IIEALIKS
Lit A I. Mitt. llAM'lst.
Dry Uoods, CtothiLi. kxsit a-i i shoe, aaj lien Furui!iicf
mh Nuua- u o..n er ut Mar II, n. !u!a. II I. 1y
Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
? d r t : i
rt ruriil Vr,l
rl'J Ordrr I r II, u-e or s,:p ork roar pi! j- allrndol t,.
IX I II I, Ml tK
KIKT V V K R
i t ;n i- i.j-.i
CUALl.AMr.L J- H.. a:
cl'S.-r i.l K. A St tia. r i. Co.
If. A. M. H.UHR.
ISTi (m!.9 2t, As5i,:i!sf.
!! n..;u!j, Marcii 0.
DATE I SU A 1. 1. NOT HK
ies!;si:!tf for a1
t v riurn or .irr.
Haika. Feb. 2ih, U'l
n x os of
tl- yt F.K.N 'i llOsflfAL rr rcqa
rj to i.?vu.lle kt
l Court H juic.
Oil Saturday, the Gth of April, t noon,
Ttf-cotuiJrr t!,e rxd.rrii jr of app'yir.jj l r alttri'.iocs to ll,e
Cttkrter, a folio :
; -. i Tliat t!,? Ma,::tT i f laurior ti cficio slia'.l t a mcm-
f he BlSirj ,., Tru.l-.
..21 I ht the MisibUt ( the Interior may be authorized to
n..r li:4 i,Tll. ii:iiliO'fil. l.f Tr.K'M fr.in, rh li.ih i.t l.r...-
Jtu-mug the i.umtr to niue. '
- ml a it
t er oia-r : . A. s c u a t. r tu.
rilllKQIMRTERI.V MKRTIX'O OP THE
1 IS OAUU OF iKlsl'KLSof t be Quern's lipitl, will be
lie.d at Hie L'ouri 11 ue. on SATI Ul'AV. the 6.h April, im-mt-'tia
ely after ll.c tiuitii,(f of the Qjceu' IlospUal has aJ
journe.1. I'er Order :
u:l.Vlt K. A. SC1I AF.FF:K, Secretary,
a (oo iTT i: it u i: at."
7SOR SALE rilEAl'. OXE OK THE LAR0- I
Ks PtT.L S l A iiLl sll M KN IS on llii.
WALK Hi tr ALLEN.
fJMt THE Kl'.XDs OK THE HOXOLl'LU
; 1 I'l'ULlC HALL AsSOCI Al'IoN are requested to meet
: tfl the Kocm of the Chi.iul.er of Cowmerce ou Kaahutuanu
i Jftreetat 11 OYI.ick, A. M ., of Till IIS DAY. t'ie 14th inst., to
j (tiapuse of the funds on hand anountin to $774.
CIIAS. It. IMSIIOl.
J C. I'lUUKll, Trustee.
; If W. L. UKLLN.
M KSMIS. ltOKMIOLTA;
1L'NN, Kutrherji. Nuuiinu trtet,
next in Iuv-4ii Sf tn lt.iL.'rv a r
" afcafc- j wMf
prepaici to supply Href. iuiiu, vral ami k.u.b.
at ail nours, on me most reasouat'le terms. A share or pal-
, rouage solicited
i:i;ii ctio i a ikici:s.
?he 1 'nVps's-'n''' hereby rut nonce that from and after
March 1st, 1S71, they are prepared to
. , , . , ...
urnisl1 their Customers and the Public
' generally with the
CHOICEST MEATS at 8 CENTS
C. BORN HOLT & CO.
The globe hotel !
KINfi STREET. XEAR CORNER OK
Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
New Fares, !v Furniture, New Dishes,
isesforthe purpose of cirryingon a hrst-class hotel i.usiness
i in all it branches', and having had the smne completely reno
vated and elegantly fumished"in every particular, it is no open
j 'Zr S XZeT
"f a ""t-clasi ch-fe de Cuisine, he is prepared to sun the
taste of the most fastidious, mid no expense or pains will lie
I spared to make this hotel the favorite with the public f Hono
i lulu. Heine centrally located and free from dust mid inconve-
; Ilit.licc8, it offers great inducements for n.rchants and others to
! Fve him a call, lie Im pes by strict attention to the wants and
comforts of his guests, to merit a liberal hhare of public pat-
ronage. Terms reasonable, rurtlier particular ma.le kuown
by applying on the premises, to
D. A. THAYKIt. Proprietor.
For Sale by E. P. Adams.
Roofing Slates, 10 x 16, superior
Roofing Felt, in Rolls ;
One Largo Iron Safe!
C'O.M IIIN'ATIOX LOCK.
; -ji,f,f f rt Suit U!lo Tilliri
i s31IIl, UfiBl Jl HIICs
ml, 9 lui
MIK I'ROKRIK.TOR (IKT1IE HAW
AN 1IOTKL r-spertluily notifies the residents of llono.
, mtu tliat tie l.as titled u
Hot and Cold Water Baths !
Fr the convenience of those who wish to enjoy this moet
HEALTIItL'L and pleasant recreation.
,' The RiiiI.m nre fill.'. I up will.
Special Regard to Comfort and Privacy !
fKMALE ATTENDANTS always in readiness to assist
LADIES AND CHILDREN.
Ilaths Open from Huurise till Midnight. "t5-
L. t: . o: t.v
, t ,.,r rlnjIIC
j Bath Tickets, three..
Special arrangements made with families.
Tin. leu ciFeTa.u imulok
Open every Evening for Ladies ar.d Gentlemen,
nili9 from 6 to 9 o'clock.
MANILA WRAPPING PAPER!
IjVV D. C ."Vll'RRA V. ALL THERE IS IN
A I'nwn very scarce, but low priced. Kor sub? l y
II. M. WH1TNKV.
FOR SALE !
A PATENT MELOOV HARMOXI-
L' l , in poli-lied rosewiwd cafe, with eleven stops
an i t o side pedals. 1 l,e mslrui.ent is lertcclly new, and is
j suitable for a Church or private house.
Apply at this Office.
VOTICE 1 II E R E B V F O R It 1 I) A I. L
tier-ions fr m trustin.' ativ one on my account without my
written order. (feIJ4ot)
HoDolulu, Feb. 19, 1S72
A. N. OILMAN.
1j)ERSOXS I XPERT E D TO TDK. ESTATE
of CH Al I.AM KL s CO , are hereby request-l to mare
immediate payment to Mr. VV. B. BAKNKS or to the under
signed, as otherwise th-y will be proceeded apsinst at law.
X. A. SCll A K.FF.R,
Honolulu, March, 1572. it)2 2t Asigijees.
j THE rXDERsiGXKD, ntoM and a KTER
1 this date, will issue Dills of Exchange and Letters of
; VTUlt On
3AN FRANCISCO. NEW YORK.
LONDON, HAMDL'RG and IJREMLN,
! in euros to suit at lowest r&tes.
nest i.uuiuicrua, r..i uiaiui,ku "ii mc uioi idini.'ire
Cah advances made nn consignments of Inland produce at
Le rate of interest of 9 V cei.t. ir annum,
jatt tf H. HACKFF.LD t CO.
LEWERS & DICKSON
i n I I K I fI M V Ilk I I I IV1 R H K I I
-j i--- IVlllUO J L i-UlMUL-Il..
nUIf.DlI MATUKI !
nanolnla or f j Port la the II.w.iUD Kingdom,
'IFLzxtG2 as LOW
as offerej by any other parties.
C. II. LEWERS,
mh9 lm J. G. DICKSON.
i m!i9 3m
ISTo. 9 5 Kinjjc Street,
ISV1PORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HAVE COXSr.lXTLY ON HAND AND FOIi SALE AT LOW 1LITES,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE.
roor of all kind,
ra.lk k. trM and
l'r r and
i DOOR A D GATE LATCHES, POO R
cast, bns ai.d iron.
HOOKS Iloi kt and Staples, Hooks inj rjn, Hras and
i Hooks, Hasps an.1 Staples.
lll'TTS Iron, fast aud loose; cast aud wrought, from 1 to 4)
Hinites, T and strnp, 4 to IS inch:
Sash Ki'llers. assorted I rais and iron;
Sash Fastener. Wimio Sprinirs,
Castor, table ai: 1 tied, Lu.i.1, iron and
A Large and Varied Assortment of Shoe Findings!
Including Men's and Bey's Lasts and Boot Trees,
: Sire Sticks, Shoulder Slicks, Kuivcs, &c , Sic, etc.
Also, Tlioinpson's Hawaiian
! 13 1? i d. 1 e and S a, d
j lirldle and Harness Ruckles, all sises, tinned. Japanned and
j Wooilen Stirrups, Tinned aud Japanned Kings Irom i to 3J
1 PLANTATION HOES, IIRIUIIT AND HALF
WHITE ZINC AND
Colors, dry and In oil, Lamp Hlack, Putty, Chalk, and Whiting. Fire-Proof Paint, Rolled Linseed Oil and Turpentine.
AXLES Half patent and common, assorted. Sl'OKJXH, SHAFTS, Ac, Ate.
HENRY RIFLES AND CARBINES AND CARTRIDGES
NUTS AND WASIlEliS,
3NT AILS, fr O m Oct to GOd.
Spikes, Cut and Wrought, Ship, Plain aud Ualvanisd.
ISIS17SIIIS, of all sorts, a pood assortment. CmIjUIj, pale and tlnrk.
Seine Twines, Nets, Fish Hooks, Cod Lines !
Roughs and Washer, galvanized and plain, from 1 1-2 to H in.
CARPENTER'S T O O JL S-
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPS ic OIL LANTERNS,
AND TO ARRIVE PER SYREN, KEROSENE OIL !
Our stock is replenished by every Calilornla Steamer, and also by every Sail Vessel from Lurope
! and the Eusteru United States.
ft-if Every effort will be made to give
A DKS1RAIILK COTTAOK ON" N'lT-
AXl' A'.'fc.M'K in the rear of the res dence of the I". I1.
Consul, cot, (Minion Hath lloom and Cook IloUfe con
venient for a small family. Apply to
K24 4t II. DIM ON P.
THE STORK. AND PRKMISKS Oc
cupied by W. Humphreys, opposite the Sailor' Iloim.
I'osseMion given ou the 1st of January, 1872. Apply
al tlie Oilice of
juOtf THIIOD. C. HF.UCK, Fort Street.
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
IN NUUANU VALLEY FOR SALE !
fA TIIK i:NDKRSIf;XKD OKKK.RS
FtlllSALK his property t-iluated in Nuufinu
jiiHI. Vslley on the wer.t side. Iiween the resid. nces - ,
of J. H. Wixb house and U. U. HarrM. The lot contains about
1 three seres of good pasture land, well watered, on s,ie, i,
j boated a kohI, sul,slaniul, and convenient Dwelling House,
I Stables, and Carrimze House, and all the necessary out Houses
! in (rood repair. 1 here is a i,ever-f OIihk spring of purewaor
' on the premises; alio anp-m of wnUr ruiiuini; through the
j and Any one wishing to purchase a finely located residence
I will do well to call and examine the above. Teinis easy, and
j made known on Bppliciition to Wm DI'M'AN.
nlS At his Illiicksmith Shop on Fplat,nde.
HOE JL II AT
TK YOU WOI'LD HAVE Till R IIOIIMK
hod in a sarilactory manner, tin n L'o to M. I!KN 1 1 r LI'.S
VOIJ IVOI'LD HAVE
7 4 nd 7(1 King street. Honolulu Vou will tlore be hi com
inodated by a first class mechanic. Vou will hl.o find it to
your a Ivantaire to take your Carriage and llenersl blacksmith
ing, I'iiinling, llepairing, r'.. u tl,e same estalihshmenl.
f. bZt .5m
THE OKUSIfi KI HER E
HY gives public m tiee tbnt be Iihs opened
the shop No. 60, Nuunnu Street Honolulu,
f .r tlie purpose of c.,rrui.' on the business
of Watch repairing and the manufacture of
Flugfr Rings, Kr Kings, Shirt Sinn's k Batfon,
And all other articl-s in this lir.e, and all work entrusted to
him i:l t-e executed with promptnecs. lo-ceipts given for all
art cb-s deposited, with date arid name of depositor, tl.e produc
tion of wb cii will be n-cesary l-f:.re delivery of articles. Ke.
,..rs of Watches guaranteed for one year wben proper care is
used l y the wearer, and witbiii ibat time, arid with that re
striction, no charge will tie made for rif uljtmir or repairing a
Watch thut h.i txen through ir,y hainls. ISut if a Wstrli is
injured thr'-ueh can lesniess of the wearer, a charire will be
made for ae-in repairing the same. CHL'.MI KoSfJ.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 16,Z. feb24 lm
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY !
rjII E l."NIF. RSIfJ X ED II A VINO R EC' EI V KI)
M a fre.h supply of Ammonia and n.ad- peruiaiierit arrange-
meota to prevent falling short in th future,
Ice will Ic Delivered
to recular customers as before,
FIVE (5) CEIJTS PER POUIJD I
' Orders ran be given to Mr. W. M. Wallace, who h-i the tale
j ar.d delivery in charge, or left on the slates at Tuos. O.
I Thrum's and at Ji;d 1 A I.ayton's.
i Ord.-rs from the other Islands delivered alongside Uie
vessels. prr,-riy pjeked, st sstne rate, with cot of U,x and
' lao-iio.t ad leil. Cost of box refunded if returned to the
j Refrigerators and Ice Boxes made to order at lowest possible
I prices. D. SMIIII.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 1ST2. fei.24 3m
O X S 1 13 !
The Valuable Property
ay KNOWN A3
Island oT Kauni, ronaislinK f
About 7000 Acres Fee Simple Land
(Koyal Patent) with the
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS
nfxpirrd Lease or PAST! UK LAND Adjoining:
5.000 HEAD OK CATTLE, wore
T WE N'T V HORSES,
E. KRl'LL, Kauai, or
E. HOFFSCHLAEOKR s CO.,
For particulars apply to
fst x. ies
irnn, frmn 1 to 4 in i Cupboard, braai an I Iron, to 4 iix b
Till, C lirn and Tiunk, I. K Collar,
HOLTS - ."pnr and Cbain, Fuare and tower, wrought and
iron screw hooks and eyes, l"toh hooka, l'itnur books. Curtain
K XiHIS !k, I'lrture aod Curtain.
Inchr,, Iiriss, 1 to 4 In i Ship Putt and l'a k Flaps, assd.
Hsndles rhrst and rirawrrs, larg as.t oient,
lliackt'ls Wall, rtwiier, shelf and lau,p,
l acks Ciiper, iron and tinned, alngl ktnl doubts
every kind of Shoe lYg and Nail, Khauk Iroiif
Solo and Saddlo Leather !
d 1 e IP x n i t ure!
plated Meiican Ornsnirnli, Mexican Oirlh.
Inches. HITS of all sorts and kinds.
complete satisfaction to all customers.
el Call !
TO LET OR LEAi
4 IwC aaawkat
iio.'imi.ii on i ne nam tmin as I Ll
l,.M, at present occupied lj,v Mr. H.
Hole. 1 l,e nwelling House coiulsls of a lam i ...
lor. Dining Room, Three l.-,l llM.rns and Pantry, two Urga
Store Room on basement t thei is also, ou thi. land a t'ottan
rnulainiiig two rooms, delacbed KiUI.cn, rVrvatit' House,
Stables, ac, e , with a well of good wsler. Po.si sslon
given on the first of July iiet. For further purlleoUrs,
J0 If apply to JAM1!) 8. LKMON.
DURING MY T E.M I'OR A R V AIIIP.XL'E
Irom this Klnmlom I have apMiiuled t;. 11. LKM KIIM Io
act for nie by power nf Attorney.
Honolulu. Feb. Il. ll72 (f b24) JAMl M A. IIOPPKR.
I WILL NOT HE RESI'OXSIIILi: FOR
any debt r.,ni.rc(ed by AH LO In my uame, from ibis
date, as be is no longer in our firm.
Honolulu, Feb. IU, IHli. YKK II P.
ALL PERSONS ARE IIEREHV 'AK-
J 'I'loNED aKHinst allowing their mmnls Io trtspass upon
Ihe Und known as I. I'M AHA!, on the Inland of Kauai, th
unib-rsigned having leased the smne from C. K. I-Isllop.
All per. on so lrspus,lng hereafter, will lie pristeednd
giilost arcoiding to law. til I LAN i CO.
Honolulu. Jsnuiiry 2.'ih, 172. Js27 3in
THE HOISE AND I REMISE OV
Kuualiu Avenue, at prewnt occupied by W. I.. Oreeu,
Kmj. I'lnseuioii given Aptll 1st.
Also, the Hou-e and Promises adjoining, ossession given
Imiiiediate'jr. Fur particular spply to
MOtf C. K. WILLIAMSorJ.il. M'fKlD.
BARK ' MAf-VINA"
ASSORTED CARGO !
VC, cVCs, aV'C.,
I X V L V D I . a
KOR SALE II V
C. P. ADAMS.
Gin from $10.50 to $20.00
AallEKICAlY M IIISKY!
FROM $16 TO $25 PER DOZEN.
BRANDY, FROM $1100 to $30.00
And Lots of Other Things
iS TIIK SAME LINE, AT
O MERCHANT STREET. lm