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mtttjr. jj.r ur r.i. i:x
Bt ! i. very quiet .r--ul. and tae a"d
m o We a l.uW -urpri-t at hearing DMh- !
Wi from l Inmnlrn re--.-, ti-"- r betrxr aUAt la I
auwrth.rc in the T"' I" em. ixig labor. By tlu :
I ram the Seer-is- toat have r-e-ie.l " varoaMe in-
fMil(N 10 r gard to h and eapar-'Jie "f the -'rv-
tr?.axl e HwnrM br mMrwkfl In wilt b W.l tbt. h.tni-
i.j 4 ahic ta ,iMtimiw
i am ji;ii.'r . i i iw, . -
biMbafuaiiiT li frr ik nr " "-
fcuiMioa aol ihiM hMa(raCrl a lair al cpn "
ln wilJl our nrx haM- nut .h.ii mi wi thr
a th aatia a 7r.irr.iT t.r At.ma ai uik,-.! nr
M of iL future -r,i i m v t,rr, bai
ta4Ubr,ra!aikitsrhthir(. t . frtrrj prww. It
s ano- a prjr that .o( the brg-r aud dot pri-
not have he-it s-v-tred .r wt,n n the new national
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sot ka bn arrmir-l r irrTwti.n a lf new batwxiai
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A its a . 1 iii. J - 1 't-j - 1 in.iw.r mia
part earfa ftoos. It la a mouOol aratkia a to
arbethvak wiil be rxtiitm4 on tia routeaftrr th'a trip er.
TH. bark iHi.rre w.;i rt off oa wi.h a f.uir.r,,!,,
-afa t.ia,wberabl,w ar. roiii tiiaa raa be
Mxaaxal i. 5- fMK,,.
Aicl. N. z,j. 4'h.l-Tl
'1m.'Zml'TT : P
B-tar and c.n.u.c tr-w -ub in. ua .an i.iaiaa, tbat
CoaawuiT'a skit a. i. 44.11 icflni Koaii'.b init. lm
frtahM buf 14: Moriltiu trrf atl t.r-iht t.tkrtk rrvilAi.
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. m . .it. . m .1 1 . .
rrjMia, 3S lo V: o. dlttu. -!7 to .;7 to jit t
bowl. Ilotmlalv. brifhl yellow erycC.il, 9,t lb i y eikiW ii
Al to l ITl ; brown ditto, BN la btfwl.
I M "I f f T T1 rT T1 T TIT TI TT w
w w -p m w .a.
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Jul. Ii Unr KiUoa, Meflr-irr, f-n Hawaii an1 UuI.
2A m attnr tal. J It iilcihcn, U U-j-a atvJ 17
hoar fri AackIaiI.
2S flckr Priiwe, U'jaoe. from K-ina anJ Kau, riawaii.
XI Ii r Fairy Uuero, K , ir.ii llouil-l. Kauai.
.7 Ar b(tre Wm 11 A iea, fSrf.ut i-kr, j Jara lr m
S7 Srbr Wary Foater. Weat. front llilo, ll-waii.
tl-tn bk M win, f;lby, i;4 data front tWjatua.
77 r Auk. WwI, fr , llil.il lU-xi.
Dl-Srhr IKM Fellow. keokL. If Mil llilo. Hawaii
Ct rbr Jtl
noy,i-imb-rt from vaim- Kui.a..K-aai.
.! hr v
3lM. hr wrwirk.KUw,,a.fm K..i-kak.. M .i..ki
'" aa-a aaai - .-i-maaj AIM AU1IPW.
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31 iebr Kinao, Makahi. Ifan lal -o. Maui.
-1 1 V . !.. . ' . . 1 1. . Kf ... t
31 rhr i.iUioa. Iiaifl-n, from fca'i. luaii.
31-acur Mary Fo-i-r. wh, fr.m i-,hai..a. !.;!.
- J.n. 2
Arl. I.!.4Il ll.rJ Vr KlIIU risw.il
.. . . :. . Tr .. . . . .
r-nr Aioau. .iaai,i. .r .nvno, JM.ul.
: !-h. M-lfl. M-rriil I ' rati l..r I ah.in. Ml
'7-ntalmr.N-a.la.j'll UMhen. IT I ranci-ro.
.m u...;. V.L- . .viii.': i."- :
'J. S . 7, V.-
ntmt KlUu-a, MOr--or. for Maui an.1 Hawaii.
s Hi-ip l.le Yank, Clark, liana, Maui.
i-rnJ PrirJeie. in'iUin' and 1?a- Hat aiu
-Srhr Ka .Mol. Ihtria, fur Kabului, Maul.
Zi hr Annie, VVonJ. f- llilo, Hawaii.
Srhr Mary Foater. Weal, lor liilo. llawaiL
pV-lm bk Comet. A Poller, ll Han Franriaro.
r f SI irhr Jenny. Lambert. fr K Uia Ac Waimea. Kauai.
oa flcaso I-Laanw Achr C M Ward, aaila bvdav.
UliDWiip Poara rilmr Kilauea, aailai.fi Mofvlay
ton f.ni febr N-f tie .Merrill, aaiN nn Mnoday.
l ai Uil.t Hrhr Mary Foater. aaila on Monday.
VESSKIt IX I'OKT.
IT P .Irani frial California, Bear Admiral A M Pennork.
If S llew.-cia. A i Clary, Commanding.
II II M'a itim r.jrT-rte n-r at. Ralph P Catr.
II U .M'aateain atooit-oMrar Caineleoo, Karl II A Mainwarinf
Am mia ry brig Mommj ftar, ll.illetl.
Am aebr V M Want, Rtrkman.
lint bk I -cbifiwt. P V Ilanana.
. Ant bk Dflaaara, Hotline, la.ling.
J Am bgln Wm II Allen, Mclineider, diacbarginf .
.n bk Edwin. Colby, discharging.
Rcro.r or HT.aHir Nd,J.H. Olethm. Co,
kiHfl .l.ft A nklkrw4 Jam &lh k.C & m On flK7fk wv
roaotertd A aever hurricane arcompacied ty heavy aen.
On th (111 pnaed (jre and aft achoooer alee ring aimth. On
tha 13th, al BiMlnighl, paaaed laland ol Tatailla. Since then
have had ordinary toe weather. ArrWeil at Honolulu Jan
4h at 0 4ll a M. J. V. LitlK. I'tiirr
BtrotT or Baioasn-e Ww. II. Allcx, Sckibidir,
with t&MiaTCl. Left Tahiti Jan 2d with light pleasant weather.
lMatUraaV( 3 a iw oa Ihe ftib, Albert Ilcrvoyant, a French aailor,
QXlf gnjjed orer board, brooght tba vcaael to the wind, ami hove
rrm4l r ooarU a apar. wore abip erery nan boar until daylight,
ii i,ih- lias t tbe maat-bead, but aaw nothing of the man or
the apar. I -a id by for aome thne and then made aaiL Had
light and pleaaant weather ith orcaaiooal aua!la Ihe entire
.jaaagn. Croaaed Iba Una Jan 14th aud 16th in long 15d W
fmtn thrnre had i'lu-rly weather ; rtwe hauled the whole time.
Were a.vlr Hawaii at noott Friday, Jan Slid, having a.m
welher. WeraoAT liaood Head aU Jay the following Sun
day, arriving ia llooohtla on Monday. Jan 27lb.
Of Ihe arrival vt tbe Allen we trarn tbat ihere wm tyir.g
in the harbor of Paplii. the arhonorra N.uitlua and Maggie
Job moo. ar.d .hip Mgllen front San Franciaeo, and the
Frrnftt war .learner VautrieoL Tho bark lol.ini arrived at
Papitl Dee !, and waa rxperte,! to eail aonn die ihi. port for
ralile. A Sydney Ttwl reporleil Ih il Cap! IWrill had s fine
ye tl. flyi1- bnilt. fiirmerly a etcamer. with her machinery
till on Ixiord. which be e-prcted In bring here very boo.
A ffalra al TaliJtl wore very quiet.
Rceoar or Dm Eowix, Cclst. Maarra. Left Brmton
Aug Sth with light F. wind. Ciiwnl the H-e SO daya out in
fmg S. Kaarlird Cap Horn Dec 7th with very heavy W
galeolT the Cap. CrrMed the line on thia aile Jan 7th in
kmc 114 had moderate HE lra.Ua; took the S E trades in
HIS3 N. Arrived in llooolula Monday, Jan 27lh.
Al Hay of lahinilt, ! Iih i Jamea Arnold. Brigga, frnnt
Ihe whaling gruand, 6 barrela apernt oil. 4.C00 Iba of bone,
ml I.OUO barrela of whale nil. Captain IJrlggt rejKta aa nn
W i Atteiina, 3Urvin, 60 barrela apernt oil. ami 3V0 ditto
whtVa oil; LyiHt, CilTord, 24 barrela ol ann oil. and SjO
ditto whitle oil Three Brother. V liberal., 1.4o barrel
nirrm eU Oamanli. William-, 44 barrela of eperm oil. and
000 ditto whale oil ; ea Ranger. Allen, l-W Larrrla eiierai oil,
and 179 dittt whale oil ; Abraham lUrker. Toffer, 100 barrela
aprrm oil, and ditto whale nil; Milt-m, WlIon, tikcn
nothing ainc leaving Boawll la-t month. lX-: 13J i Janet,
lUtona. Maccy. f.t lb South P aa M0 barrela aperia aiL
Fko Arritno, N. ZVtr Nevaila. Jan.3th i 11 pkg
Drapery, 3d pkg R..p. 1 pkg Hardware, 1 pkg Brandy. 1 or
cak Wine to A a Chghorn At Co ; 1 b Md lo Mr Herbert ;
. r. ... ii . - I. J... nni 1 1 . f.tn Wii.l Ia P
A Hrhaef r O; 60 kega Butter to II Mark-rid A: Co I 1 pkg
ItherMK Wbitmaa co; i Vit miou nreer ,i
Ik eoila B-ipe. ca Confeetl'niery to
Mda in trauaitn l r taa I ranriaco.
Flow TantTl Per Wm. II. Allen, Jan. 27 1 h ; 90 pea '.
Creen 111 lea to A W j-rfrce A Co.
Fbc Bo-rnw rer IMwin. Jan. CTih : 3 la Personal
m ... a a-.v a. r . I aa-f .. A .W 1 - -
r.ITri 1 i f-W Itmm ASKS Wr 1 Ml, w I i-sa.-.
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HXJ coils Manila R..pe, 15 bah-a Itenime. C4.2 bndla Half
Barrel 8h.wka.l.7Sihf bbla Containing ll-mla lo C Hr-wer A
'o 2 ca Pieiarea to J 1 Brewer ; I re
St.lne t. C V lieletl.
Foa HiV Fauoaco Fer Nevada. Jan. -2ih :
Betel Leavra, pkga 7 ,oh- -!e-
Bananas, boeba P1 Rice. bag.
Coffee. bga - "peeie, (f pfcgs.
one-. a -
Kry Hide, pea 1
lrrie,! Bananaa, bv 1
;rreo HUle. rea 1,1-7
li ru(v, Hex.. ......... .
?nep. Calf and Goat
:reen a.f -Ikina, pea.. - Pklns. pkga. ........ .
Kreea Uhcep Skina. p-. 11 Trv fot (wood haml).
Oranges. b 1 Tallow, pkga
Paddv.baga i Tarn. bag.
I t transitu roat Auckland .- 04 pkgs Mdac.
Foa B Faajiciaco rer Comet, Jan. 3oih :
i, .... borha 116 I'nlu. bales
.. .... .. 1,illinr ken I.Oyj
.vol i s - - .
4'nfTee, bogs.. x nwrp stint, nni.( .iwas Known as an active ousme-v man, nriniy
F'TZSZ k." uT7?irxVMyvi'' attached to Hawaii nei by his life associations
Green Calf Pkuis, pea. ry i kb. ............. J
MoUsaes, bma '.li 1 and his investments, and quite familiar with the
Value Domestic.. 120.2 II CO ; Fnrefjn SJbO. 1
Foa Ct o latasn Per C. M. Ward, Jan. oth : . native languoge and character. But he was not
Deef.pkga IT 35,000 i.nA.n - student of law. nor did he rretend to
na e... wnaio wti i
-Domestic. $33- nO ; Foreign $277 13.
w ...... . - fv 7. Per Nendjk. Jan. 2Sch
rird. Mra rrigham.' R Brighan, a Mcciintoek. and j in
trans'ta fcr Saa 1 rnn-eo.
pBO w ntwnt Posts Per Kilanea, Jan. sain vira if
ri-nw.an Posts Per Kitanea. Jan. 25h Mrs D
ttouh. M:a Man. Miss contniie, J T Bimtb, Mr Achiu, Mrs
"TrTwTo-C .n. ,-J Co-ta, J N,.,n, Mr
Tbompaoo. J Kaiaahine, and 3s derk.
iTY&SrcVB" AKe 1 2:th-Jo,'n 8jm'
l -.. o.. r..r,-o Pee Nevada. Jan. 27th P C Jones.
ieo miii-r. ii- 'k - ; . ., . , -.,. -. . u...
V,eo Crocker, a lk.'
I raa Saw Fb aschk-o rer comet, jaa. i ji c-ucil.,
I . ti r nricndotf.
i wife ana cui.e.
- i . .-,. pre u. m. tvaru. rco. ih ut
1 rr. Anton -CN artd 37 nat.vs laborers.
r-r li-Vr i " ll.aaa N trrta. both rt
Jr, r 8 Prit l wik, J c "' I arrivea to review his course as n indue, and to which appear this
xt ii.mn Jam BirJiTPT. Mm A A liobbm An i on. Mr Ant- ' fct. nr rnmmnnitv in rpnpral ami at Hid that cies ecneral satisf:
H7'.Vr!:?krtol the Chief Justice in rarticular.-If the ! bj the Minister of the In
. rs Witswiis PoTsPer KiUn-a. Jan. 27th Mw
5.?? M B Dudolt. Cor P Nahaolelua. O I
K lloaklni, P Movant. Mr echew-e.t-,oi. CM W f j th
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.SATirjiDAY. FF.It. I.
THE SUPREME COURT.
i.c.n Bay-, mat i in iiooor me i in-i .ja-tice
'T .t . .i - m
win ri'nioijr aortiit moruy tor a Tiii 01 a
yc;tr r,r Iiiljre. We Uvc-r.m M think thattbo
; r"irt w iU rKt unlikely j.roTe t i be well f ,und.-.l,
: 3fd if s, we r-incci Iy tru?t te may lie of ad-
. Tar,tjlre t., tb cuntry in any fon in-n n. o-
! with whirh he n. iv he charge!. Hi-
j knowl"I of our ntuatioii and wantf au-I tun
j i jrf.rino' in diplomacy hotiM onetitute g
; fifJ;,((f j t,at th j,;,, a,,,,lCV
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thin; valuaMe may be av-nii lifchi-J l -r the
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1 istiinfrv. I. ut in ff.irf rii!n-ofi. 11. wi? ai l'rciijiv
J - - - - - - - - j
j reminded that we r-hall Irf dej rivcl of hi aL-t-
! . 1 .t- 1 1 - .
! Iinw n anu in i-L- us w
o iwwcrauon oi i: oniijiuan oi luai trio-
T'c Supreme Court, when properly constituted,
i- "of'Uy rerd.,1 M the rldium ..f the i.JrIe'-
rirfht. It justice-, we hive the riht V, eip.it,
! hall be not only men of integrity and high moral
; arprehend is probable, how shall we le left in
V.i to the highest trihunulthe lat report?
a?iiiShaI1 we ,,avc dur!n5 that interval, even two
'justices in the neni-e really intended and required?
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- j This is an important inquiry, which is now made
. . ..... ....
in r.uMiC interebt. a-vi uiiicu we tjrore to
k ' m a
; hiscu-m without n icrcncc to irsonai onibiaer.-
tions ,r motive-.
It w true tnat tins community is so oraeriy
i luck, and letting imjxjrtant interots take care of
j tlicms-hes. And it is iu:portant that the counnu-
! n,l7 'uiyi nave cau nr cnuTiaining ine
I l .fi t ' l
; Mgbest respect for the Supreme Court of tho
j King'lom, as oeing comprjM?a ol no a iniin'ier
than 1 11HKK meiiiberf, who shall be not only of
; unr,i0lisilC,j characters us hofest, firm and good
men, but I-o mn of respectable legal af.ility and
: standing. This the community exacts and
. .1. I . T. . -11 t r . . .? 1 . :
ucujuuu-. iiwut ix nn:rt-iiiiK "ere 10 ret lev
I thv '"tory Of ti e V Olirt Which I.US 11 to this
. . 1 1 a.
j About twenty years ago, Judgo Andrews, who
WIU, c' tf, purest cliaracter, of ginnl education,
j faithfully attentive to business, familiar with the
name language anu customs. was respceiai.iy
rctircl with a pcnhlm Trom the J-eneh, where he
held a commission for life, for the lack of a legal
j education. Judgo John Ii, who remained on the
! IJeneh some years after the retirement of Judge
Andrews, was kept there solely from the desire of
having a native Hawaiian on the IV-nch, as a
: concession or a compliment to tlie Hawaiian. He
was a naturally shrewtf man, and well versed in
j questions w here ancient rights were involved. He
attended to a xkI deal or purely native business,
but with no pretence to legal knowledge, and it is
not for us to say that he had not his criod of
J usefulness ; but ns time elapsed and the country
advanced, it came to be seriously seen aud felt
j inai me uay oi sucn judges on ti.e jicnen oi tlie
Supreme Court had passed, and so lie was honor-
, ably ictircd. In Judge Davi, who succeeded
j -,Ir. yt the traditional policy was continued of
one Hawaiian on me jsencn ; out lio wa ch6cn
the Bar. Thouzh cntcnn? the T.rofession in
mature life, Le had been studious, and had
achieved a good reputation as a lawyer, practi
cing in all the courts, and had moreover for
several years very ably filled the office of Police
Magistrate of Honolulu. The t.romotion was
! confessedly a deserved one; and expecting from
lum the full and regular duty of an Associate
and wtll-diFr-jsed that we Lave recently run ! luring on a ease, they are to be brought to the j Chief Engineer Harfinger, the firemen Trtook of j. a CO
nl. .ri( laltl.iiiit n Kinr fnr vhi.l limiitti with '. Vnnulwl.rn nnrl n!.1 iS tlio I In- tu.)!iniin : .):!. t r ,1,- . i .1 ... . r. 1 1: 1 iKfaY
-r e - -...v. - - " "j i.i.uuiy, 1 it eugiii iiiiwuiuciii, iiuu men, uiier eoiicinuing , o.l
it... : 1 ... :. . i.ii. i 1 .. i. .. ! orl 1
ihi uiwruer anu out nine iiieoutenieuev, mui n 1- anu no. oy ii.e j-crsonai -nown.ijgc 01 any one the jarade and housing the several machines,:
not well to proceed too far on the principle of j member of the Court. One very interesting and ef, company in their own Quarters, toeether i ''Ifi'
Justice of the Supreme Court, the salary of the ' "pon himself that which he cannot carry well.
Second Associate was at once raised from $2.(N0 I To a man of his honorablo character and large
per annum to about an cual figure with that of ! property, the matter of salary should not and we
the First Associate Justice, and finally (alter i believe will not be an inducement to retain the
Judge Davis had retired) it was fixed at the same 1 position until a louder and more disagreeable in-
$ 1,000. A statute was passed, giving the i timation may come, to the effect that the country
Second Associate eual jurisdiction and iiuKsing j can not permit the continuance of such experi
equal duties with the First, and in moot respects 1 nients, that may le likened to an attempt 44 to
putting both Associates on a par with the Chief ! stop a rouud hole with a square plug." We are
1 rev.ous to this the law had becu oon- J not all fitted for every position. Doubtless a re- j t8 intJ mon Jfa difficuIfy t1ian would have re
ith Mpccial personal reference to tho i tircment, prefaced with a suitable notice of in- J ,,.., ,rnm K.. ,Bn.,'P w!mil. i a
then incumbent, and the Second Associate could
1 1 1
.... ctcri-... j..mut.wou ... c.u.cr auui.ruuy or
equity cases, and in other ways his powers and
duties were discriminated.
The years during which the Bench wns occu-
pied by the present Chief Justice with Jud-cs
Kobcrtson and Davis as Associates, may justly be
regaroeu as comprising me most satis.aciory j btudy and a science.
period in tho history of our jurisprudence. These : We here leave the subject for the present, hav
thrcc legal minds, not each excelling in just the ing presented it as briefly as its importance
same points, combined to give us a Iiench of a ; would jiermit.
Ctmrt of law. Tho decisions of the full Court
were then the decisions of three legal men, and
were settled and founded on legal argument and
authorities. In proof of this statement, it is
I Satisfactory to ktlOW that the dicta of OUT Court
. . . . , . , ,
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! quoted in foreign forums.
Tlie experience of years then, as we have re
i viewed history, had resulted in thus constituting
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j me I ouri, iinu upon tins naeis biaiuiory provi
; ; h j i j r Jurisdiction, nnd RnlrFa
were fixed accordingly. The appointment, thcre-
i fore, three or fjur years ago, of the present
; Second Associate Justice, was a surprise to the
! public. We do not now propose to reproduce
the expression of opinion, public and private,
j which that r ppointment called forth at the time.
for we are to-day competent to judge of its pro-
pnety as enown oy me interval inai nas eiapsca.
a ; The gentleman who was selected to fill the.
j irajKirtant poet of Second Associate quite as
i important, as we have seen, as that of the First
t I ll . 1 1 . f . 1 1 1'
i ... , . . Al I
! be in any respects a lawyer. The most tbat was
! claimed for him bv his friends was, that he was a
' man of such powers of adaptability that he
i would, without doubt, soon qualify himself for
; the duties of his new position. That one of his
wnta cdmill ntw Iwnmo
J ---- '
, n jearned judge, or even a judge oi rcspectaoie
1 learning -that be should adopt the habits :
of study, and assume the bearing of judicial
I rrricty. wemcd improbable. It was unlikely
' that be would attempt it. The tiinC has DOW i
prenent Jsecond Associate Justice km rot fit f.r
e position then, lias lie become so eince?
To those whose duty or inclination leada them
! to frequent the Court House, the men of judicial
j,abiw who tclon tnero are eaeuy Known ana
dianriminiiMl. IV a d, not exnect to hnd ucH
. - - i
wen occupying an office tho furniture of which
I prominently indicates the planter and jroperty
- j holder, tbe business man and speculator. And
1 indeed, by the Licit consent of his Afliatet. and
' of tho Ittr, the .fudge? under review i not nui.-li
truMtil with 11 ru-.oe-s. On the c-o'asioijf
wlwn th? w.Irs l'urt fit ( tltr. h contribute
(iif l.rt of lii) rtwncv. Sinctiuies tlxrie isfroru
liirn a tf.rr-vci..n r the ck-air un.-rtandin of
an iiiierpret-Ui.-u from the Hawaiian ; doinctiius
a ur-tiun or a remark, poch a. a jurr might
make; nothing, we cheerfully admit, that does
. not r-how ti- m.tn of busiuwA and wi practical
, . . - . , , . , a
cmcun wac. nui me jji-ncu oi cue ni'ni toiin
i ii w , ti' ioaici.t au inif aou i-uiiuinj ui'rv.
Jf themj uTul ..ualitie- are Hufnoi-nc f.r this
jud-, why an- they not d.-cml eufEcicnt for all
i the juiger? And theu why not g' farther, and
drof. th. idea of a Court at all it i rather ex-
, rLiTrj and buhtitute in its place a lttrd of
Arlitrat i, taken as wedraw jurors, froui araon
the pur citiZ'-ne of th-? country? Or perhaj
rr ad a!UrJai--i is claimed that
, , . ,
rntnibcr of the . urt m to furm-h the fetiw.
. . ... .
"e rru-iLiocr oi tlje .urt in to lurnieii tne ft'tibe, ana
tl.o i.r!.rru rirkf r.nvirtT rh'if nr.r.k furnish
the other., not having that, are to furnish the;
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1 Hw !
lr 1 1 , 1 .1
; , o nave ciohcij ofrrr-i u,e our 01 lump
. in our ou.reme nmrr. in oraer 10 note now iar
our estimate, erTeed in th beginnin-. should
, lc found crrect. We have cxaniine.! tl? d-jci-
Hon, of the Curt a- published from time to
tune, and we Ventur..- to afrt that there is not
, to be found one fairly wrought out, argued out,
and supr,rtid .y a chain of legal reading and
. legal authority by this Juttiee. Vet the deci-
i sions of the Court have been numerous and mi-
, r,rtant. They are building up lor us a syctem
; of jurisprudence as weighty and as valuable as
; our sututes. Hut the opinion of the Court in
: every coe which calls for wliat may be termed
I . . . t
l an elaNomte or.inion. m iFivcrn bv nne rii thi
i 1 w r -
; otm-r Ju.ticee, tins one simply concurring.
Iu regard to peculiar Hawaiian bubiecte. if
j any ancient cubtoms or traditions are to have any
J important subjX't of this class has teen in dis-
j cussion sii'O? the incumbency of the present
a . 1
; .s:ond ..?rvxiaie, tne question ol Hie rignc oi
nn ad .pted child to inherit us an heir at law of
, its adopting parents, very learned and atle ar-
guments were made at the Par in two parallel
eases, one known as the estate of Nakuapa, and
the other as the estate of Hannah Maughan.
I nf .rtui.ately the Court was divided in opinion,
.1. -- I ; . - 1. . ...
me ,in-i .luuiiee ill ivo eiaorate written'
opiURiUS holding that atl adoption gives U Child
. 1 .. .. ...
tue Kime euuus as to iniicntancc, with an own
.child; while the First Associate, in two strongly
put opinions, held the opposite. The Second As-
, nociate gives no reasoning, (wo beg h.s pardon if
j iu mis rcsiK.-ci we mietaKe mm; nut concurs with
; the one Justice in the one case and with the
; other in the next. Wc apprehend that the late
: Judge ii could have done as much. Neither our
; sjuue nor our abilities will permit us to become
! lg!,I reviewers, but we simply speak of what is
; joitent to the whole public as to the amount of!
j judicial assistance rendered the Court by the
j Secoml .Associate during these years. A few
' brief decisions of matters of fact, do not consti-
j tute nn exception to the barren record.
: In case of a division of opinion by the legal
members of the Bench, the final decision is to be
: given by this non-legal man. This was the great
j fault of the old system which we formally nban-
; uoncu. Jiowever vaiuaoie to any Judge (or in
f deed to any officer of this (iovcrnment) is an
! acquaintance with Hawaiian, that of itself enn-
1 not suffice
i aij una is nothing diUercnt frcm what was
! made, and there is no T,robabilitv that ft. tun
years will see any change in the qualifications of
.his Judge. He must to his Associates, and to
the I!ar as to tho public, appear sadly out of
j place; and however much personal courtesy may
! smooth intercourse, he must have a consciousness
! f being in nn uncongenial sphere. Sclf-respct
: fihou Id induce him to consider that he has taken
; 1Vri,aps we might not end Here at our service
; the most eminent judicial talent to 11 the posi-
: tion when vacated, but we think we have those
, in our midst of fair legal standing, who would
. be devoted to the office, and who would yrow in
j it ; some one to whom law was interesting as a
; On Monday last, the two Governments and lead
; ing iiavnl powers of tbe world, Great Britain and
! fhe United States, extends! to LrxALiLO, King
: of Hawaii, the highest honors granted to any ruler
by the navy of cither country.
, In manning the yards and discharging the guns j many ajvant-ge3 attendant upon the last named of
of tbe ships, was from ancient times symbolized the thesc two r0llln Xhe aj,aDt.lges are not all on our
di-arment of the protecting power sent out by 8;d& The chieetion so far we know tLat i8
, theso ntions. and for the time their yirtual subjec- ! entertaineJ bj the projectors of the scheme for eup
' tio: to the power represented by the personage so j ply5ng be neeJed link that tbe distance from tbe
; honored. The ceremony is beautiful and impressive, , pacific C0ft8t to Japan IIonolulu is 1300 mijes
; and on this occasion was made more significant from j -ongcr thaQ u wou,d fce via tLe Aleutian Igles In
; the fact that the salute was fired both when His j cvery other , ,spcct tbe longest route is tLe best
Majesty stepped on the deck of the California, and we know nQ good reiiS0Q why tbj3 g0Vernment,
: when be was returning to the shore. ; our imrorter8f vUutmt an.j jn fact the entire com-
These high marks of honor, together with the in-
fctiuctions given to Admiral I'ennock to place the
: ships under his command at the service cf His
I Majesty for the purpose of a Royal Progress among
his islands, show that the Unitcl Statc-a Government
1 is desirous of helping Hawaii nei in all her efforts to
j sustain her position as an independent state. And
' it is not asking too much of this Government to re-
quire of our Ministers the adoption of a home and
; foreign policy that will, so far as possible, be in ao-
. cord with that of the Great Republic, which wnl not
: be chary of its favors if proof can be shown that
those favors are not abused through neglect. It will
be much more satisfactory if we make a few mis-
' takes in our efforts to progress, than it will be for us
to be olways consistent in the performance cf a do-
i .. ,. .. j ij..i
a V . ' T . . . 1. n t IT1 .11 t-M nn. 1a. QV .nil 1 . .( f Ti A.
; noiuiu pvuvj , i.i vi.i. v-j v .
i notlling policy, mat ensures our uevajr auu ucmiu ao
, a nation.
A Good Sign.
Among the announcements "By Authority"
feek. there ia ono in particular
-- r a .v. ui
iction. I e refer to the call
terior for sealed tenders for
material to be used in the construction of the new
! government buildings. This is a gratifying indica-
tion that the new Ministry 'ntend at the outset, to
I adopt the principle of fair play and no " rings " in
i the purchase of supplies for the public service. We
hope to see this policy, so just and honorable for all
I concerned, fully establisheNj and adhered to in the
future, ia the procuring of needed supplies for every
department of the government. In this way will be
obviate! the possibility of the disreputable ond inju-
! rious complaints which have been hear ! umlcr the
J p-li.'y i f f..n.nT a-lniniilrati.-i).
HIS MAJESTY BIRTH-DAY,
Yetcrdav, the first celebration of tbe birth-day ;
u.inpm and hfo than hw been
of King Lr.VALiLo
more .nornl cnth
evinced on any other public holiday f r some
years. from early morning, throughout the
entire d.iy ol Thursday, the natives wore to bo
"cen wending tfieir way in crowds to the Palace.
, individual cirryiD wme article, cither
i rig, a fowl, poi, tegetuble, eggs or fruit, as a
hoi.ki.yu, (free present) to the King. This is an
ancient citoui with the Hawaiian, who by these
voluntary gift testify their affection for one in
i . ,, ., ,.
, i,UIing tLe t
evening of Thursday, the Military
IJand, es-.-orted by the Household Tronj carrymg
torches, marche-J through the principal street,
stopping to serenade at the residences of govern-
merit o&cials. and others.
At aiinri nn t. mnrn:niT nf tUth Ut ihe.
" n -
guns of Punchbowl awoke the echoes and the
b!umbfM of tlie c5tv with a 1Juyal ute.
ear fcour near,y all tljc gtores and raPPS of bus-
,nPg8 were cio6e, and everylo.ly had evidently
luaje up their minid for a Imlid-kv
j Al l0;3 the IIonylultl Fire le'partmcnt, J. A.
Uatinffe, p.., chief Knirineer. nreceded bv the
j graded through the principal street with
i their maclnne. tastefully decorated with flowers
j anJ evergreens, tho men makin? a fine arwar
i ; thnir nn;r..n. 'i i,a Ti..r,rr,,.f
wa9 not out in iU full btrength, there being but
j 13G men at parade, dietributed as follows : No. 1,
j 35 nien . 'o. 2 35 men No. 4 33 men Uook
I Ladder 22 Hose Comranv 13 Durinc the i
i . n. i - - i. i
1 iiiriii'ii lilt- lilt Mi'MMii ifi ii itii 111 in ins 1 n irniuruis
an,i counter-marched bef.ae His Majesty, when
the P-.ill.mt firemen are. te.l Him with
cheers. Marching thence to tbe residence of
with invited guests, sat down to dinner. The
health of His Majesty was enthusiastically drank.
j with all the honors
Numerous toasts, and the
interchange of hearty good feeling made the occa-
o J n ts
sion a very agreeable one.
At noon, there was a cannonading such as is i
mrelv heard in these latitudes. Three of four shins ;
, uf wur in n, British and American, (that had '
j hcen dreS(?ed in flat: since an early hour) in !
,u. ..,., .. i.,..i.k-.i .1
"Tl,""ru """"-'J - Ul"UU-l lllt-J
! tlinn.W.1l f..Pth . rrnl K,lnfA
At sundown, a third salute of 21 guns waB
fired from Punchlowl. In the evening, the bell-
i . r . i. -. rw . . .. i i
tower 01 iiie i uc jii j'.-i iiueni, who ery iiuiiu-
J -oluely iHuminated with colored lights tastefully
arraDgt.d, that had a splendid cflect when viewed
from B distance. At a signal gun fired from the
i iT s California each of the four war vessels
i in tie i,aIbyr displayed blue-lights from their
j yard-arms which lighting up the water and the
nhipping had a splendid effect.
At ni"t a large company of ladies and ccn-
j tleu.cn attended the ball given by the members
j nf t. QUCOn Emma" Lodge of (Jood Templars,
j at the Hawaiian Hotel, and far into the small
j hours of the morning enjoyed the festive dance,
' The supper bv mine host Herbert, was nil that
I could be desired, and the afl'air was iu all re -
j tpects a very agreeable one
Thus satisfactorily passeti the first celebration
of the birth-day of our nev King ; and we close
the record by expressing the hope that he may
live aud reign happily to sec many returns of the
rivv Councillors which
1 r-u!i- to-day, the public will be gratified o
j recognize the names of some new men new ii
i coun8cl8 of tLe government whose selection aft
i advisers of the Sovereign it is hoped and believeo?
! wiI1 resul- to the best interests of the country.
! While the elements of caution and conservatism
! are 'luite s,,fficiontly rrominent " tlie composi-
! U1 "u,,i;i 18 - iiveu 01
progress, enterprise and broad views among its
members, that warrants the indulgence of a hope
that this body will, in the future, unlike the
past, make its influence btrongly felt for the
material and moral advancement of the country.
It is no easy undertaking to apologise or ex
plain gracefully and satisfactorily, for an error
committed. One sometimes makes the matter
U'riPkO Vkvr O tf n rt w 1 1 1 . nvsnln 1 1 1 n vativAlfr n n I
j a. h - m m Vll Wl UJ ' V, UVII1M 4 VI tl III III UC, A. I I U O
I flrn pnnaf vn itir1 f tl.!nl- thir tliA CZncl in lmr) i
-vv-aau t HIV'J fcVr i U I U u Vllil h lllb I'Oh'.ll IIAt
, mu(h bctter k t ita Mat instead of rMnr to
j cxplain jt8 actioQ -n twJ mHking the pame
j blunder of the omission of a reverend gentleman's
j n.im :.. CoIine,!t:(in ,v;h, i,n.rtant rmhlie rro-
j ceedings. .Most decidedly the explanation made,
! though evidently a labored one, is neither grace-
fill nor satisfactory, inasmuch as a covert sneer
lurks in every line.
The Needed Link.
In a recent speech male by Mr. Cyrus W.. Field,
he said th.it there was now in process of making the
cables needed to complete the telegraphic circuit cf
tbe world, and mentioued that there were two routes
by which to close up the gap across the Paci6c
Ocean, viz : by the Aleutian Isles, and via the Haw
We have taken occasion heretofore to point out the
i tnunitv. should not hcln to brine tbe telearranbic
, cabie tnj8 -ayt by proposing to take an amount of
j gtfk -m the company equivalent to tbe cost of this
j 13ix additional miles, and by granting to the com-
paDy tbat gr8t jand a working cable on our
J Bwre9 from the United States, the exclusive right to
j tbo use 0f t,e islanvls as a mid-ocean station, for
a tertn 0f years as will enable the successful
j company to become a fiied fuct.
j xhe late administration did grant to the represent- j
I ativeof Mr. Field and others the right to land a cable
j anj use the government roads, etc , free of tax; but
upon being pressed to make thi9 privilege exclusive,
j t,ej declined, on the ground that the government
( vras opposed to monopolies ! Consistent that, when
J but one license is granted for the importation and
1 1 - t I .. . .... . . .. .1. .- .. t frwt lliAitl.liTlinia
. BSle U4 vpuiu, uuiuut tuiuuiu-i -louum ui
SDirits; and two for auctioneers; while the parchas-
i injr of neeled surplies was in the hands of a close
j corporation the Ring! However, "we have j
! chancel all that," and we hope that tho present
I Cabinet will fully appreciate and endeavor to secure
j to the country all the untold advantages that will
j accrue to us by being placed in teiegrapuic comma-
. . ' : . i . i . . c .w. - -.1 1
siciuuu nitu me i tji vi tue vi i.
The Court has been iu session during the past
week, having adjourned over from Thursday until
to-day, on account of the holiday. The trials by
native jury have been :
The King vs. "abakualii, for forgery. Verdict of
Ine King vs. nanineaea, w ; rerjury. eraict i
By a foreign jury :
The King vs. Esina and Laukoa, (Chinese). Bur
glary and larceny. Verdict of guilty.
Tho Kinc ts. J. R. Bradlev. Attempt at arson.
; Verdict of not guilty.
t Good Templars This evening, at " Ultima J
; Thole" Lodge, No. 1, the following officers for the
earning term will be installed by Lodge Deputy Gto-
easuing term wiu ie invi.ea pt ixwgi: i.j,ui wrw.
H MConnell . W. M. Wallace. W. C. T. ; John
; Mitchellt w R s . jr, F, K. Crt;ettt W. L H.
g . Mrfc R Oat, W. V. T. ; J. B. Rennie. W. S. ;
, w R Kelly. W. A. S. ; J. W. Robertson, W. F. S. ;
, q u McConnell, W. T. ; Wm. Clirk, W. M. ; Miss
Carrie Bird. W. P. M. ; T. H. Ilsrrison, V. L G. ;
a II. Grube. W. O. G. ; C. W. Gclett. W. C. ; C W.
j Hirt, P. W. C. T.
! Od Monday evening next, the following omcers
! t "Qaten Emma' Lode, No. 2, wilt be installed
; ly Lodge Lvputy Wm. 11 Wright: H. L. Sheldcn,
",rV V.- , &: ; , A" .np: V '
WW W W .1 . W -
rluw F. s. ! j. VKinp. W.f. ; Henry Soiit'i. Jr.
W. M. ; Miss tvphia L. She'don, W. I. M. ; Jas.W.
?IaMire W- L ,V ; ?l V ogu' ,(?G- :, hn
; Purris. W. C. ; Mrs. II. IJ. TownsenJ. P. W. C T.
. ef eenin? nex' tne foJiuwiDg omjers
; oi iionoiuia lxHiare, .o. o. wia oe insiaueu pt
: Lodge leputy W. G. Poole: Tho. It Lucas, W. C.
fit 11? . ,1- 1- rrt T V. 1
I.; .uiss .iary .neuregvr, . . 1.; ivicuaru
an i . ... . ,t . ... t. i . r i
! w t - InrViuVV v .h V I U
ir:isn, .reo. v rowier, t. r. . ; uro. luci.
! J. C. Clements. W. O. G.
1 - -
' 4 TTORXKV AT LAW. olTlfE IX THK
i Auuruey u-i.rar rooo.r.Hirt ii..um. HoJum.
I WMftTTmmt ' , rZT
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
JOTIl'E IS II EREBV GIVEN THAT THE
nn of J. M. OAT - CO , 1 thii.Iay dio)veJ by mutual
; ,",,?nt Tbe ccouou ot ,be flrm iU okt'. '
' . w o. wooiET.
I .,IIoaolu!u' J"-rsL?s!?: J. m.oat. Jr.
: mu t? f - x: iiir.f iiri x:r i ir
: h a- - ' - -
Tint? mir-f at r r, 111.1 n imi n f . i 11 1 n. un.irr
th" name ami ie of j. m. oat co.
I Honoimu, Jan. . is.3.
mfortablf. cottage ox
reel, recently occupied by Captain Lambert and
K. P. ADAMS.
Notice of Co-partnership.
rjMIE BAKING A X I CROCKRV Hl"SI
U. nea on the curntr of King and Maonakea S:rrrta h
, "on'ul. ,"-n7fl'.Kh b.e,rriun hJ SlVZfitvtf
I In partDerahip, under the old firin cioic aud atyte of Rn L S
LL'Mi & company. a sal.
THERE WILb BE SOI.D AT
Public Auction on KM DAY, Feb. 7th, at tha
govermueot pound, I'auoa, oue large red
' n..n-w k.,.k k- -,- , it
( - u
! P. KAAIAUUA, Pound Matter
Honolulu. Jn. 31. 1873. It
! VALUABLE REAL ESTATE EOR SALE !
THE UNDERSIGNED, BEING ABOCT
to remote from Honolulu, offcri for sale fei
BCIL.D1NG LOT ON QUEEN STREET,
opposite the new OoTemmcnt Building. There ia on tha lot
two dwelling hounet and a SMALL STORK, well aituaied for a
retail lu. inesa. Title fee simple. Inquire on ihe premise, of
fel 2in A. R. POWERS.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
-JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
l-I Brm of E. O. HALL -r -ON. I thia day disaolved by
mutual content. Mr. K. O. Hall retiring.
K. O. HALL.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1S73. W. W. HALL.
Wfl. E. O. HALL HAVING RETIRED
ivJL from the late firm of K. O. Hall Son. the buiineaa will
j in future be conducted by the undersigned, under the name and
Style of E. O. Hall & Son, aa heretofore.
WM. W. II ALL.
Honolulu, January 111, 1S73.
WOOL, HIDES & TALLOW
PURCHASED AT THE
HIGHEST MARKET RATES'
H. HACKFELD & Co.
WeiDEfl , 00s,
Fori and Queen Streets,
FOR SALE AT LOWEST RATES !
A LARGE STOCK OF
Timber, Scantling, Plank, Tongued and
Grooved, Surfaced, Boards, Battens,
Tickets and Laths.
Tongued and Grooved, Surfaced, Battens,
Pickets, Lattice, Boards, Scantling,
Plank and Posts.
WHITE CEDAR & REDWOOD SHINGLES.
Doors, Sash., Blinds,
Paints, Paint Oil, Turpentine!
WHITEWASH AND PAINT BRUSHES,
"NtJL&, 111 sizes.
A Fine A .nor Intent mf
VALL PAPER and BORDER.
DOOR AND PAD LOCKS,
BUTTS, HINGES, Sir.
Also, PUULOA SALT.
Materials delivered as usual in town, and
at any Port in the Kingdom.
SAM'L C. WILDER-
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
The Largest and Best Company
in the World.
Insures at Lowest Rates and on the most
WILDER & CO.
n., ri a
i By tllG VCn. ArChdeaCOn MaSOIl,
AT ni FFUJI'S IIAI.I.,
ON MONDAY EVEN'G NEXT,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Tickets for Admission, $L00.
0 in Skylark
U k at the Dock
S-IwUon fro I1mW
on from llrnry VIII
ODE TO LI XAMI-O.
i Glees during Intermission by Amateurs.
I God Save tlie IviiiL?!
TICKETS ASO DIAGRAM AT THRl'MTJ.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA."
Circuit ! Kaaal
j 241k Circuit r IIuwull
! tr So Credit foe Paaaaire Money. Ticketa at the Offlre
' only. Not reaponaibla for any freifbt or packafa, anleaa r-
8AMCL Q. WILDKR.
California, New Zealand and Australia
Mail Steamship Company.
For SAN FRANCISCO
The Stcnnififiip .TIosck Tftjlor,
Will Leave on or about Saturday, Feb. 8.
And Olkrr New Zralaad Parlo, cww nrrl i n
al Auelilitiiil with Stenniera for Sylwy,
Mrlbaarnenad I.ri.bwtie. f be
The Stc:miliip tfclalota "
Will Leave on or about Saturday, Feb. 8.
XT Freight for the aieamera will ba received In steamer
warehouae tree of vtorage.
Paseiiera twoked throuch at reduced rates to points in the
t'nittd statra and to Liverpool, and also to porta In New
Zraland and Aualralia.
For freight and I'asitage, and all further Information,
j;.4 Apply to H. HACKFELD A Co.. Agents.
FOR VICTORIA, B. C.
-e-v THK FINE BARK
JTaving a iMrgt Portion of her Cargo Engaged,
icill have Dispatch for the above Port.
For freight or passage, apply to
a25 WALKRR A ALLEN, Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. IIUEWF.lt. tc CO., AGENTS
Favorable arrangements can always le made for
tS'SXri-v Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merclinn lite to New Uedford, Boalon, New York and
other Kattern Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
fe4 If C. BKKWKR k CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. HREWKK Ai CO., AGENTS.
9 Merchandise received STORAGE Fit Kit and
liberal cash advances made on ahipmmts by this
(fe24 ly) C. URKWKK & t'O.
KeuLir Packet for Kona and Kau.
The New Clipper Schooner
II I L A iYI A ,
Captain J. IT. Ilatflvld,
Will run regularly on the above route, having excellent accom
modations for paaneng-rs and freight.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Capmin on hoard,
or to U Aitt) T1BBET3 H SORKN90N.
REGULAR PACKET FOR UHAINA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Run Rcpnlarly betwfen This Portend Lahafna,
Ilonolnln Saturdays and Lahalna every Hdnesdajs.
J4 3m II. HACKFELD ft Co., Agents.
IREDITORS OF THE ESTATE OF A FAT
J will please hand in their claims up to tbe 31st lost, or
they will be excluded.
F. A. PCHAEFER,
A. 8. CLEGHORN.
January 13. 163.
I A L L. PERSONS ADDRESSING LETTERS
to me are ht rebv reoaeated to send them outside of tha
,'mail. This will facilitate their prompt delivery,
t E. C, FOUNTAIN, KaunaVakai,
V jail 3m Molokal.
I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANT DEBTS
contracted In my name without my written order.
Honolulu, Dec. 0, IMi. (d7 St) C. F. PFLUQER.
ONE G ROVER 6c BAKER SEWING Ma
chine In perfect order, and one five octave Melodeon.
Alto, a lot of Books; a few slips of Hoarhoood, and other valu
able eanlen herb. Apply soon to
Jal . at- MBB. M. BKN FIELD.
FORMERLY THE HOMESTEAD OF
th late Joneph Booth H)K KENT. '
de!4 Apply to ANNA LONG. I
CIRCULATING LIBRARY NOTICE, j
LL PERSONS HAVING BOOKS BELONG- !
' " i lnn In , H f I r ll ! . 1 1 f BP l.lhP.rV .P PMnMtMl tA ritlim
: the same J eirly us i. s-ible, as a change in its conduction is
cotitt-mnUt-d. huncriptions tnereto wni cease witn tne dme
I of the return of bonks after the date of thla notice, and tho
; who have pnid op Can have their rate for tbe unexpired term
. of the tame refunded.
I No m-'re books will be Issued from the LIhrsry until further
! nrnicc. THOS. O THRUM.
Honolulu. Jan. 4, 1873. J4 lm
ff-HE CO-PARTNERSHIP EX I ST I NO
1 under ihe mme and style of A. W. PUKCK CO , was
disnived Jn. 1st. 1S7J Tlie buaioess of the late firm will he
ci.ntinm d by A. W. I'KIRCE under the sam name SDd style.
Honolulu, Jan. lTlh, 1.73. jh18 6t
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLA IMS AGAINST
the underigned are requested to present them f r imme
diate payment, and also all persons indebted to the said
pcrty are requested to settle their accounts on or before tbe
2-th of Ftbruary, 1S73. on account of cloaing business.
Honolulu. Jsn. 24. 1173. Ja26 4t
MUSKETS. MUSKETS, MUSKETS ! I
A LOT OF SCPERIOR Ml'S
KKTS, Just Beoclved and For gale Cheap by
j.i4 No. 40 Fort Street.
IIIDi:s, Slil.Sr TALLOW.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE
to pay the highest market price for Dry
Hides, Goat Sklna and Ooat Tallow.
C. BREWER k CO.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE
to buy Wools at good prices. Wools coming to
market this Spring particularly desired to make
C. BRFWF.R CO.
' . .. a.
THE ONLY C
1 1ST HONOLU
. . ... ..... -. K.-I1 U'flt'llk
T'JM, pitroc-; and th. ,.-b. -T
that k-rea.trr bs wiU ooOns biateetr
Exclusively to Gentlemen's Wear I
having dl---J trerythlnr lo lha Pry 0-d , IH
heveaner give hit whole aiuntloa to th
CLOTHING and FURNISHING
HE HAS NOW ON HAND AN ENTIRE
NEW STOCK OF GENTLEMEN'S WEIR !
CoatiatiOg iu pait of i
Cents Fine Black Cloth Frocks
and Sacs !
BEST QUALITY fTTUlfll POKJKIN PANT.
FINEST BLACK VEST,
ELEGANT ASST. CASSIMERE PANTS
Coats ami Vests.
WhiW Linen Puck uita anJ Prill Pants, already shrunk.
J0U SI. IHVIIV BIXT QriLITY HIIITE AXl
Underwear from InJia Oauae lo Pucktkln.
In Prawers full lio.
GLOVES, NECKTIES. SUSPENDERS.
AND SOCKS I
THK BEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN.
Linen Collan and Cuffa, varioui qualities
Linen Handkerchiefs, Boy's Rocks, an elegant article.
A FUI-Ij LINE OF
RI?:YK12ItT'S SIICI1S WAKE !
In Double, Single, Press F-lg and Tump M Ikiols.
UUhUo Side and Putton Gaiters,
Oxford Ties and Pumps,
A Full Line of Gent's Sllpprra, from Can
tm to floe Opera stjles,
Cala. Fine Screwed Boots & Shoes
Youth's and Children's Fine Calf Boots and
Misses' Calf and other atjlea Doota and Shoes.
Best Assortment of Hats in town.
AN ENDLK8A LINK OF
soaps, POMADES AND
HAIR OILS I
Shoe, Kali and Clothe Brushes, Bole Leather Trunk A Taliaea,
Carpet Bags, 0 . Ac.
Wostonholm's Pockot Cutlery!
of Superior Quality and warranted to glv aalltfartion or ba
ALL OF THE ABOVE SUPERIOR GOODS
SOLD AS LOW AS POSSIBLE !
Corner Fort aud Merchant Street.
PERIODICAL AXJJEWS AGENT
American, English and Australian
Furnished to Subscribers teilhin Ttn to Twenty Day
from the dit of publication.
And at prices that barely cover ths roat of subscription and
Papers Delivered Free of Pontage in any part of
Yo Sabsrrlptlans taken for Lei than One Tear.
XT Files made up at short notice for Whs lemen h Travelers
BUBFCKIPTI0N8 PAYABLK ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.
N. Y. Weekly Herald
The N. Y. Natioo
N Y. Weekly Time
The N. Y. Irish American.
N. Y. Ledger, a story pap'r
N. Y. Weekly Tribune
N. I . W eekly Zeitung ,
Courier dea Elata Ciii.
Boston Commercial Bulletin ...................
Boston Meekly Journal
Harper's III. Weekly ft 00
III. Basar f. 00
Leslie's III. Meekly 6 00
III. Zeitung 00
" Chimney Comer 6 00
" III. Bu.lget of Fun i 2 60
London Weekly Punch
A ppletoo'a Journal, monthly pi
Every tiaturday, monthly parts.
Hearth and Home.............
London HI. News..
London III. (irapliic
Our Young Folks, monthly...
Yonth's Companion, weekly..
Little Corporal, weekly.....
B. 9. Weekly Bulletin tS OO
. F. Weekly A Ita.
fae. Weekly Union.
Daily Alta Calafornia
Weekly Courier (French)
N. Y. Independent, Congregational organ....,
ChrUtian Union, II. W. IW-echer'a paper. . . . . .
I hicago Advance, Congregational. ... .........
I ll U n Congregational ml .....................
j N. y. Ormervrr, Frenlyu-rian. .............. ..
i N. Y. Evangelist, Preili) lerUn
N. Y. Tablet, Catholic...
I Boston Pilot, Caiholic...
LONDO.N PAI EKS
London III. News
. A nn
Pall Mail Budget...
4 Eveninc Mail (tri weekly Tinirs)
" Baturi.tf Hrvlrw
...... J ff
. 26 00
. l i 00
I London Lloyd's Weekly Hmea .
I " l-"lo Meekly Times...
IepHtch e 00
Monthly 6 CO
Home News 10 00
Public Opinion 10 00
London Art Journal.... .214 00
" Eoclety Mayasiiie
" Cornhill Magazine
All the Year Round
Blackwood's Mn .l.ly
Temple Bar Magazine.......
Westminster Quarterly ..................
Littell's Living Age, wtekly
Boston waver I y Magaxuiv...
Atlantic Monthly ,
Godey's Lady's Book
Demorest's Monthly ......... .. ................
Arthur's Lady. Magazine
Sabbath at Home...
Our Young Folks.. ,
Australasian, weekly... ...........$10 00
Town ft Country Journal S 00
Melbourne III. News. ..................... ........... 4 00
Sydney III. News 400
Sydney 8 learner Herald 4
XT Any Periodicals, not lo this list, will be ordered at any
time, and supplia cost and charges.
Address II. M. WHITNEY,
HOUSE TO LET !
A HOUSE ON MAUNAKEA STREET
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