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BY C. S. BARTOW
'.PHIS DAY !
UNDERWRITER'S SALE.
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T"'":r:::,v
OJf SATURDAY. : : : JANUARY 24.
.4112 O'clock X.
At -.. uJ c.n llyuM wurf
- C. BAHToW. Aart'r
STOCK OF TI.VWARE AT ACCTIOA!
ON MONDAY. : : : : JANUARY 28,
Al 10 OVIork. A.M.
IT Tllr. MORI'. JIR. J. KTILI., U klb ST.,
Oa icci4 d'partur, I wM Mil ml PaMic iut,a, U.e
Balance of Tinware now on Hand,
f.oVfPRIMNO
rQ cf hik.iu kind. Tea Put. Lamps, Tin fu(, and (. r
ArUcU-s.
C. b. BARTOW. A:U.oe.-r.
ON TUESDAY. : : JANUARY 27th, I
At 1 i OYkrk. A. M , al Paiesroufn, will sold.
.1 SLI'EHIOR ASST. OF IV GOODS,
clothing.
woo i.k.n' uouuv
IIKKM UIMIIIH, HOMKKV.
HATS, CAPS AND SHOES!
H HUH OK M U1K.
U AGS OF SrCAH,
n Vurirty tf Other Articles.
C. S. UARTOW. AnrTr.
50 CORDS IRON WOOD
.lOK SALE BV
A. W. PEIRCK CO.
A V IV JB C II 'A IV C 12
'OK IN VKSTIXO A SMALLSl'M
t of hum, or of (muring 122?
OYK Or T11K MOST ELIGIBLE MIF.LLI.U LOTS
la the City af Honolulu, I do offered by the Undersigned, lie
1 iliii to dispsMe of thai fine and healthily situated piece
of Land al joining the Government Uarden, and fronting School
and furl Streets ax the bead of the latter.
Any one eithinc to purchase should apply soon, aa the Lot
ill be anid at a low figure. (Ja3) J. h. LEMON.
COLONIAL SADDLES.
te.-sa RKCKIVKU DIRRCT FROM TIIK
1 Col..nie, per brK ONWARD,
Va A Fine Assortment of
OENTLEMEN & STOCXMEN SADDLES,
mal riprrtaly for U.e on kr gne-l.
P. OAI.TON, King?!,
f. S All fail.ll Nxight al Mr. Paltou'a rlablialiment
KfSiaUra Free- fCharir.
Crirv :
IN tl It F. K N CASKS, 12 DOTTI.KS F.ACII.
in Red Caea. 13 bottle each,
la bukrt, 12 Joit each.
la Ilataal r I) all r faff. '
n.A torftalehy CUAS. LO.NO.
FOTl THE
ImlII Season.
CASTLE COOKE
HAVE RECEIVED
BY
D. C. Murray and J. W.Seaver
11 INF. UXST OF KNGI.ANIJ BLACK a.d
Pl.l E CLoriid,
Fine Black tMietkioa. CJrey Buckskin,
All "Tool TreU, jiut the style for inter.
Fino White Marsoillos,
Vrry patt-rn, suitable r Latlie or Children' Dref, and
Uent'a White Vrt.
Plain and Mri)"l Brown Linen Drilling, ju't the thing fur
11. . w ' . . n. I l tT. arorklne eldthea.
tlent' Hilk. Merioo, AU Wool and Cotton Undershirt. j
Ladle and Oent's Linen Caffi, Oent' Collars. i
A few J. t.n of Fine Black tilk Neck Ties, 6 8 and 3-1. !
A lapenor a.sortment of Gent's and Ladir' Bleached i
and 1'r.bleached Cotton Iloae, j
M PKKIOR ALL LI X F.N
TABLE DAT-TASK!
a 9 and 3-4 all Uwn Napkins from f 3 00 to $7.00 per dozen.
Co:tnn, Linen, Uuckahuck and Damask Towels, '
Linen and Collon Sheeting !
61, 72. SO and 100 inches. I
Linen and Cotton U Pillow PUp. I
10-4, 11-4, an.1 14 4 White lareillrs Vluilts. I
Wliilc llcrino Rlaiiket j
72 by 84. '
S-arlet. blgt. U.een and While Blanket,
i
Jtci Canvas, a nne assortment of I'rarl Button.
AN ASSORTMEXT OF
SHELF HARDWARE !
Door. Chest. Pad, Bos, Cupboard and Till Lock",
.-uperior Padlocks, wrooght iron, wuh Sprinr and itrel
Keys
!prina; Chest Locks. 2 Keys each and no djplicate.
fpesr it Jackson's Fine Saws, 1 j to -S inch, c c and rip.
peir 4r Jackson's Files, ad Sises and kinds 3 to 13 inch,
ti-irues. Bridle and Roller Buckles, PlaUd and Jap'd. ;
M.ld!e Rings, tinned and japanned, 2 3 and S 1-1 in. I
Fi.h Hooks, N.J. 10 to SO and larger,
t'nwm an t Wool Uirths, i'ho Thread. Han.111 Axes,
(.'npper Tacks, 1-i t 1 1-2 inch. Lightning Wood isw., i
C.x.per's Tools, and Paper, tfcrtb Brashes, Iron Ticks.
ALSO, ON HAND:
American and Knrtuh White and Zinc Paints. :
Aaierican aud English Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine, )
Uoip Black. Tellow Ochre, French Yellow, Vtniiiaa Rl, ;
Hi and burnt Cmber. Red Vrf Vermillion c.
Good Assortment of Paints in Oil,
tJEM'IXK lHjW.Ni.Rd AND DEVOLS
TiL" i o j- o n O ill
Copal. bnr, Carriage anl Bright Tarui.h.
Uavsiian, CaJifirnia, Cheajical. New York, Erastve, Bton.
I tlise. Pure Castile and Fancy
S O -A. 3F S !
ALSO
Paris. Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and X0
Horse Plows.
chords, Sj ad-s, Ou's, Scythes, Rales. Hoes, 4jC kc, Ac, Ac.
ILL ORDERS FILLED AT LOWEST UiRKXT
no8 RATES.
BY E . P. ADAMS.
AT SALESROOM.
; REGULAR SALE !
i ON WEDNESDAY. : : : : JAN. 28,
riioiti vaiuetv "of iiiiv coons
f Hrr v.:., u r.i hi.,, c ...to,,,.
: Fancy Prints, Mtrisoes an J Cobcurg-.
Ticking and Strife.
! Mvyi.!o Netting. Drills. Hot!...
! CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS,
Groceries, &c, &c.
i
f frit llsls, IUuo-1 .-!..rt. M-r.'.o thirts.
t .n- V r..:r .-r..r-. Fancy t'u'n.rt I .-i.irts,
i
Men's Shoes, Coats and Pants !
iiixri'vl l".ls. I'j.t. K.iiT. Ctrl Miti-l....
If Itl F,m.r. .-rlir;. Fine T, yI"rs.
C ?r. tUrnl Inr.i Hir O.I.
Can ls. Crushed farvr. 4c . if.
A I
Sacks Potatoes,
Sacks Table Rice,
Sacks Brown Sugar,
V.. I. ADAMS. A.Mc-rr.
SPECIAL SALE
ON WEDNESDAY. : : JANUARY 28,
Al 11 OVI k A. M , bt i: x iu.
) r
to t,!i: : .- iciziM i :nth,
Will Ik USTcrf.I :
AMERICAN WHITE COTTONS,
MANCHESTER DENIMS,
AM0SKEAO BLUE DRILLS,
AMERICAN PRINTS,
AMERICAN 3-H00P PAILS AND TUBS.
AL.-O
A few doz. Mrs. Fearing's Preserves
The G -nuitie.
lo, ox. OOMET,
50 M BEST MANILA CIGAES.
K. I. ADAMS. Aurtionerr.
Za ID" TJK 33 HU.
AXI
BUILDING MATERIALS!
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES ! !
WALL PAPER
A NO
BOR
In Largo Assortment
IVAIfsS,
C-IsS,
OILS,
TiTisri-:A'Ti'i-:, vaikivimii i
S A Nil,
IIMA'DS,
l,4 KSt
IlI.(aI.S,
Finest Quality Puuloa Salt.
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
i-itii: "i i.v itJi:.
and at any Port in the Xingdom as per
agreement.
WILDER & CO.
nl Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
SUPERIOR SHERRY,
XI IDKIK t. F.NULISH AM) CAL1FOR-
l"l M A PoKTS-. California Hock,
K!:lne Wines r.( dilf'-n-nt hrat.d.
iuJ Fors.Uet.y 111A.. 1.U.VO.
SUPERIOR WHISKEYS !
l. T. IN' IIALK BARREL? . OCCI I KM A L
W in l.f. l.ll., Hormiiire in l.f. tils.,
Cabinet, iu Lf. t.bls.,
' Kentucky Kivorite, in c.
VirfTinii Rye, in cs.
Uermitsee, in c.
UH l:..urlc n, in cs. . F. C- io cs., of 1 d z. tWmijhos.
In lisnl, or Duly 1'aid.
nvS Kor Pale r.y I'll A. 1-ONil.
CAKPKXTII.S' aSlioi".
Jr TIIKl'MIEHiillJNKI) Ti
.i.T T nr.tify thjr fneatisai.d t'ie li;c generally, JtJ
:mf that they have f uni-'J a Co-partnership TV?
r ---- and open.1 a !h.p on tlie Keptanade, i.pcio- Nie
site Hopper's lUrrel Factory, f r the purjoj .f carrying on
the boM kf
House Building and Carpentering !
In all its branch's. Orders from the other IsUnJs 1 E-ti-mates
or work, promptly atu-rnled to. t'rr l.r.g experience a
Mechanics in this enmtuunity will, we trust, j rrve a sufficient
goarantee that all wnrk entrusted to us will t-e executed in a
workmanlike and jat.ifjrK.ry tninner.
A. W. SSF.I.L,
JOHN L. KINtJ.
Honolulu, Sept. SO, 1373. o4 Sin
I
i
TIXE-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA
I I V L.OK.
: : : : : M.iMtK.
Jan. jr.th llil
Frb. 2l K.n. touc.ir.r at Ka:.kkiki up and tck
Feb. I I lli
Ob. I;ib
Feb. dr.l
Mnrrb 2d
.March 1Mb
Mnrrb IHIh...
...CirrMil of Kauai
Mil
honu at-1 Kiuukakai
II iU
Kona
..Circuit o f Kauai
March
. K snn
..lists
Mnrrb UOlb..
.-t'Ai&er l arts iior.olulu at S r. M., exceptir.e trips t.at she
token's at Kau:.kk.a.. when (be Wul lre at 10 r. u.
I'p'.n the H.lo trips, the steamer will net If are Lahaioa be
f. r l i. v. on up trips. Ou Kona trips will n',t leare beture 6
A. V.
Tr'ia this Jste, t'.e pavmrnt f Cah f .r Pisiagf. wiil be
(K..-t, enf-rcel. TICKt.1. AT TIIK OrFICK.
' ,t resjrf-.r.sibli- f.,r unmirked barrsee. T any frei -ht un
1. 1. receipted f ,r. SAML't-I. (I. WILIKR,
ol A pent.
FOIt SAX FRAXCISCO,
jsJZJ. Illl' FAVuIUTE AM. LARK
COMET,
I'. P. SHEPHERD, MASTER.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above port
XT Fit FreiKfet r Passage, baring superior accouimoda
tioiis f ,r Cai.iri and tutrtge !'a;seiigers, aj ply to
jlT C. BREWER k CO , Aicents.
For SVIXi:V DIRECT.
TPE AMERICAN 11 ARK
K FREEMAN, : MASTER
Mill Uf QnitW lM-pattli for tlif bot Port.
For Fr-ight or Passage, apply lo
CAsTLK A COOKE, Agents.
Australasian & American Mail
Steamship Company.
FOIt SAX FRAXCISCO.
TIIK FINK
M:iuislii IIKADO,"
CAPTAIN
On or about the3d of Feb'y, 1 874,
For SYDIVEY, via FIJI,
('aiiurrlintf nt KA.NDAVI' wills 11 brnnrla
Irnuirr for .
Auckland & Port Chalmers, N.Z.
TIIK STKAMSIUI
MACGEEG-OE !
II. CKAINCKK, : : : COMMANDER,
On or about the 10th of February.
XT Passengers for Entlrr Sin lea and Europe, pur
chajing their Through Tickets at our office, will be allowed A
LARGE REDUCTION in fares, besides having larger quanti
ties of Bapgage freo.
XJ- For Frriuhtand lnaangr,or any further Inform.
ation, apply to
d."J II. IIACKFKLO CO, Agrnl..
FOIt IIAHIItUItCr !
l -c- The A 1 Fast Sailing Herman
BRIGANTINE HELENE,
BRUIIN, Master,
Will Suit for the Jrnvr rm jnm lui,
of January Xext.
Fur Freighter Pas.age, apply to
n8 2ju F. A. SCIIAEFER CO.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. IJREWER & CO.. AGENTS.
FaTorable arrangements can always be made for
Storags and Bhipincnt of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. IT Cash Advances made."
fe21 ly C. BRRWER & CO.
Regular Packet for Kona and Kau.
The New ClipiRT Schooner
VILA .11 A ,
WIIITFORD, Master.
Will run regularly on the above route, having excellent accom
modations for passengers and freight.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board,
crto (o4) T1BBET3 A. S0RENS0N.
K E G I" L A K
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
.V C. BREWER C O., AGENTS.
Jt Merchandise receive.l STORAGE FREE aDil
tMSXJ liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
Inn... " (fe24 1y) C. BREWER & CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAHAL..
S$ THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
HlllKnn UciTBlarly between This Tort aud Lahalna,
LEAVING
HonwlalD S.itnrdajs and I.alialna fiery Wednesdays
o4 m II. II ACKFELD As Co., Agents.
FOR RENT.
TIIK VERT" DESIRABLE PREMISES
l.irite.l on Kukui street, and at present occupied by
John P. lirewer, Esq. Enciuire r.f
ocJa tf I1LGO ST A NO EN W A LI).
NOTICE.
fBIIIK FOLLOWING ARTICLES HAVING
II leen taken from the Barracks at Honolulu, any
person giving information of or returning the same will be
suitably rewarded. Four Chnavepot Rifle, In.
Svrrl linronrl. mitl one Nn.rd llny.net
Srnbbnrd If any erson is known to have any of the
above articles, or any idher property llongiog to the War
ivpartment, in their po5sos3in. and dies nrt return the same
wiihiu tliirty djys from this date, they will be prosecuted.
JNO. O. DOM IN IS, Governor of Oahu.
Office of Governor of O.Ji J, Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1ST3. ol?
AUSTRALIAN WINES!.
El. WHITE. M I' SCAT. FRONT I G N A N.
F r f ale by
CIIA5. I.ONQ.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNES !
tINART PERK KT Fl LS. BOl'Z V URAND
1
MS, J. I. R. N. Fuls Ulauche ..ssert- Mousseux, &c.
nr.S For Sale by CIlAs. LONG.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
fUE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
M ending between the nndenigned, expired by limitatirn on
on the 14:h nut. All parties having account., open wiili the
late firm are requested to settle with Mr. AsEE, who is duly
authorized fi.r that purpose. ASS EE,
Il itolulu, Ncv. 2rs 1ST3. aw20 Hm) ACIIONG.
Boat Sprit and Spado Poles !
I
inl v L f .as 11 1"
1
CflAS. LONG.
PIE FRUITS and PICKLES
Fresh French Olive Oil !
AM AN
EXTENSIVE ASST. OF OTHER
GROCERIES !
FOR SALE BY
II. II ACKFELD A. CO
JT tf
-ILK, BARK-
I r. c. wylie. iis days from bremen.
A N I F O R SALE B Y
H. H ACKFELD & CO.
A FINE ArsOF.TMENT OF
NEW JTTLE5
EAV ULIE DEMMS, WHITE LONG
Cioth, Brow-n Ucttons. Blue Cottons, BUie Cotton frill.
II
itnpei Ticking;. H ckory Swipes.
WorJen Biankets, Victoria Lawcs,
Lir.en and Cotton Sheeting, Wsten-tW TweeJs.
f-..k. Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Lace Msntiiias. Linen. Cotton and Faicy llanoe! SLiris
water-proof Shins, Hickory shirts.
Mtrino and Cotton L cderstirts, Sscki and Stockicrs,
Mosquito NelUcg., Lasting,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
FINE CLOTHS, BUCKSKINS.
CAS". I ME RES, BEDFORD CORD.
ITALIAN CLOTH, LINING, kc. &c. &c.
FOR TAILORS' CSE.
E: JJ 3X 13 Y !
Lubin's Extracts, Eau de Cologne, Maasur Oil,
Oil Philicome, Lavender Water. Fine Patn&tums,
FANCY & BLACK JET ORNAMENTS,
EAR RING3, BROOCIIE5, Ac.
English Sa.Ules, assorted qualities.
Flax Canvas, Assorted Qualities of Burlaps,
Flax Paltwine, French Blacked Calfskiu, ,
Fine Silver Plated Knives, Forks, Soup
and Tea Spoons !
A Fill ASST. OF FIXE flOTHIXG !
silk Umbrellas and Parasols,
Gents' and Ladies' White anl Colored Kid Gloves,
Feather Dusters,
WINES, LIQUORS, &C.
Norwegian, German and English Ale, in qls. and pts.
Claret, Brandy from Boutelleau & Co., Cognac,
Rhine Wine, Gin in green cases and btskets,
Alcohol in gallon demijohns and in 6 gallon tins.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
French. English & Cerman
O X. O CE11IES I
Ilubbuck's Best Boiled Linseed Oil,
llubbuck'a Best White Lead and White Zinc,
Black Paint, Red Ochre, Yellow Ochre,
Wax and Stearine Candles, Ultramarine Blue,
Caustic Soda, Lagos Palm Oil,
HARDWARE.
C. C. Irons, Galvanized Iron Backets, Lanterns and Lamps,
Perforated Brass, Galvanized and Steam Pipe, Fine Scissor
in leather covers. Scissors and Pen and Pocket Knives, Jack
Knives, Banca Tin, Babbitt's Patent Metal, Best Charcoal Tin
Plates assorted. Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron, Rivets, Munt Yel
low Metal, Composition Nails.
Fine China Breakfast & Tea Sets,
Freael Tutublera, Flue Toilet Sela.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Tarred Russian Cordage, Spunyarn
LOG LINKS. FLAG LINES. Jtc.
Hemp and Flax Packing, Wrapping Paper, Market Baskets.
An assortment of
iVXJIiMV13UXttGS- TOYS !
I. K. Halls, Accordeons and Harmonicas.
lol,l Borders, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks,
Roofing Slates, Oak Boats for Coasters,
NEW AND OIL SHRUNK SH00KS !
lVtrnl-am Barrels for Tallow Containers.
HAVANA & GERMAN CIGARS !
kc, ifC, iiC. Sec. &c ,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Dunville Whiskey,
s
COTCH WHISKEY. OLD lOM In eases
noS
For Sale by
CHA8. LONU.
JEFFREY & CO.'S
EDINBURGH ALE !
IN PINTS A N D Q V A R T S .
NORWEGIAN ALE IN QUARTS AND
PINTS.
German Ale, Key brand, in quarts and pints.
Holland Gin, stone jugs in baskets,
Strong Rum, in barrels ; Alcohol in Tins
and demijohns.
Clarets of different qualities.
L1EBFR AUENMILCH.
RHINE WHINE.
SELTZER WATER
in Stone Jugs.' "
FOR SALE BY
se27
II. HACKFELD Si. CO.'
PRICE LIST
OF
CHELSEAJLAUNDRY !
Honolulu, II. I., July 7, 1873.
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE. THE FOL
LOWl.NO BATES will be charged on all wcrk done At
this Laundry :
Gentlemen' List. Cents.
White or Colored Shirts, Polished, each 10
White or Colored Shirts, Plain, each 8 J
White or Colored Collars, Polished, each 4
White or Colored Collars, Plain, each 3
White or Colored Cuffs, Polished, pair 4
White or Colored Cutis, Plain, pair 3i
White Coats, each 12
White Pants, each 10
White Vests, each 10
Cloth Coats, each 20
Cloth Pants, each 15
Cloth Vests, each 12
Undershirts, each 6i
Drawers, each 6i
Night Shirts, each 6i
Night Pants, each 5
Handkerchief, each 4
ocks or Stocking3, pair 4
La die' Liat.
Underclothing, Plain, each 6
Underclothing, Starched, each 8
Underclothing, Starched and Fluted, for each Ruffle 10
Skirts, Plain, each IS
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. for each RurBe) each. .25
Waists, l'Uin 6
Waists, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. for each Ruffle) each.. 15
Waists, Tucked or Fluted, and extra with face, (and 10c
for each Ruffle) each 25
Dresses, White or Colored, Plain 20
Dresses, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. for eachRurne)each.30
Dresses, R utile J with Heading, and extra with Lace,
(and 25c. Tor each Ruifle) each 50
Night Dresses, Plain, each.. 61
Night Dresses, with Fluting, each (Sc. for each Ruftle)..... 8
Children. Liat.
Nightgowns, Plain, each 4.
Drawers, Plain, each.... 4
Drawers, Fluted, each 6t
Waists, Plain, each 4
Skirts, Plain, each 5
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Ruffle)... 10
Slips, Plain, each 6i
Slips, Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Ruffle). ... Si
Dresses, Plain, each &i
Dresses. Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Raffle). .12
Socks or Stockings, fc pair 2
lfstusebold Lial.
Table Cloths, Large, Plain, each 20
Table Cloths, Large, Starched, each 25
Table Cloths, Medium, TUun, each 12
Table Cloths, Medium, Starched, each 15
Table Cloths, Small, Plain, each CJ
Table Cloths, Small, Starched, each 10
Sheets, Single, each Ck
Sheets, Double, each Si
Towels, each Si
Napkins, each 4
Pillow Slips, Plain 4
Pillow Slips, Starched 61
Pillow Slips, Fluted 10
Counterpanes, I.aiv.-, each 25
Counterpanes, Small, each 12
Blankets, Large, each so
Blankets, Medium, each ..15
Blankets. Small, each 12
Window Curtains, Large, each 20
Window Curtains, Medium, each ...15
Window Curtains, Small, each 12
Mosquito Nets, each 50
MY MOTTO What i wot-lb daing al all, I
worth sloiaK well.
M V INTENTION To Give Sn ti.fuctiou to all
MY TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY.
I Respectfully Solicit the Public Patronage
J3- Office at II. E. McINTYRE & BRO.'S Grocery, Feed
Store and Bakery, Corner of Fort and King Sts. Wagon calls
for all orJers.
jyl2 qr W. M. WALLACE, Proprietor.
THE PACIFIC
(LflimncrtialSlukrfisfr.
Pa.! or Tin Miwi rot the SIot or
154 Hoson tr MEa Tj.
Jn. 2J Foil M n
ICHtj Lt vja-u-ur
17ta New B.ica ,
S4:h Fir.t U filter
Feb. Lt Full Mn
. 12 A
. 7 am
. 9 r
.2 11 5 ri
1 J AH
;.S25 r
..531 ra
,.5 9tj M
.51 rw
.5 4. 5 r
.55 ir
Tim or cs tuis nb .crrtsa.
Jan. 1st Sun Ri.e. A a m ; 8ui (U...
Sth Sun Rises. .... t 43 am; Sun Si...
liib Sun Rises. ....6 it am; Sua Sets...
22d Son Rise e ii AM; San Sts...
39ih Sun R;es 6 UJtv; Sua Ss-ts...
51st Sun R;.es 6 11 5 am ; Sun Sets...
. CFT D.KICL
Suit.
SATURDAY, JAXCAHY 24
Official NotiUcation.
Her Mjsty, the Qaecn cf Great Britain, Oar
great anJ good friend, has accrediteJ unto Us, to re
side near Oar Court, James Hay WoJehouse, Esq., in
character cf Commissioner anl Consul General of
ITer Britannic Majesty, at the Hawaiian Islands; and
We require all Oar Subjects and all Departments of
Our GoTernmect to pay high consideration to his per
son, hia property, his family and retainers, and to
gite full faith, and attach fall credit to all his official
acta aa such Commissioner and Consul General.
Done at Iolani Palace, City of Honolulu, thu 19th
day of Jan. a. d. 1574. LrxoxiLO IL
Qua. R. Bishop, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
NOTES OF THE WEEK, v
Txterx ia a difference between one who Jtftrt to
an opinion, and one who turns a dtaf ear to the same.
Military Fcneeal. The Honolulu Rifles turned
out ia uniform on Wednesday last, and performed
escort duty at the funeral of their late comrade, Mr.
Andrew Hall, firing three Tollies at the grave.
Gambetta, says the Gazttlt, is an Italian Protest
ant. We beg to correct this, by statiDg that Gam
betta was born in France, on the 30th of October,
1838; that he is a Catholic; and that his ancestors
came from Genoa, in Italy.
Plead Gcixty. All of the crew with one exception,
of the schooner ITamoi, charged with larceny of
cargo at the time of that vessel's wreck," pleaded
guilty in the Police Court of Lahaina, and were sen
tenced to one year's imprisonment each, at hard labor-
i
Breakino Up. We learn from MohAai, by the
arrival of the JUoikcili last Thursday, that the
recent stormy weather has resulted in breaking up
the schooner Ka, Mai to such an extent that she will
prove a total loss. .
A New Order. We learn that the colored resi
dents of this city have organized themselves into a
secret association of the mutual benefit order, known
as the Sons of Carthage. The objects of the Order
are mutual assistance and improvement, and there
fore worthy of respect and encouragement. .
Erratum. In the case of Komohai vs. Kahele,
the decision in which in favor of th, defendant ap
pears in the Gazette this week, we are requested to
note that the Counsel for the plaintiff was Mr. Dole,
and for the defendant, who recovered judgment, Mr
McCully. Their positions were inadvertently changed
in the published report
' Lac Oliva. We have received the first number
(new series) of the monthly paper in the native
language with the title of The Olive Leaf." It is
neatly printed, at a subscription price of only CO
cents per annum, and is -conducted by the Rev. n-
II. Parker, which last is a sufficient guarantee that
it will prove a good family paper.
Action on the Bond. Yesterday in the Tolice
Court, judgment was given in the case of the Min
ister of the Interior vs. Geo. C. Siders, proprietor of
the Bank Exchange, (fined la6t week for violation of
the law in furnishing liquor to natives), the bond
being declared forfeit and the license annulled. An
appeal was noted to the Supreme Court. .
Schooner Ashore. The schooner Hat lie went on
shore at Hakalau, Nawiliwili, Kauai, during a squall
on the 9th inst. By last accounts she was lying
easily on the sand beach, the masts having been cut
away, and strong hopes are entertained that she will
be got off. We understand that Mr. D. Foster, one
of the owners of the JIatlie proceeds to Kauai to-day,
per schooner Odd Fellow, to make the effort.
Pcnahoc Journal. By a Blip from the editors of
this enterprising juvenile newspaper, we are sorry
to learn that owing to " a combination of circum
stances " the publication is suspended. At the same
time we are pleased to learn that " a plan is on foot
for the issuing of a real literary paper to take the
place of the defunct Punahou Journal." In ad
vance, we bespeak for the proposed enterprise a
cordial reception and a solid success.
A Discovery. An antiquarian informs us that
the recent heavy rains have unearthed an important
and interesting discovery, being nothing less than
the original bed or foundation rock of the streets) of
Honolulu, first laid down by an ancient road-maker
named Tom Harding, who is said to have flourished
some twenty or more years ago. These old roads
were formed of pounded coral rock, are declared to
be, notwithstanding the lapse of time and the vast
quantities of loam that has been heaped above them,
nearly as good and serviceable as ever.
Ocr sanctum ia open at all times to our friends,
and we cheerfully recognize the obligations we are
under to a curious and communicative community
in that we are ready and willing to welcome all who
" wish to Bee the editor," provided . that our visitors
do not abuse the privilege and ourselves at the same
time. " Be courteous, friend Bilkins," was our mild
reply to that venerable gent's abusive language to
U9 yesterday, when he interviewed us anent our jokes
of last week; "Be courteous, and you will be
happy." " Courteous '.', shouted he; "Look here,
Mister Editor, I read all the papers published here,
and my opinion is that if you ain't a pig-headed-put-your-foot-in-it,
you're next door to one !"
Masonic Dedication. The brethren of the Mystic
Tie, residing on Maui, have taken a step in advance
of their brethren of the metropolis. They have not
only fitted up a very neat lodge-room, at Wailuku,
but have added a reading-room, bath-room, bed
rooms, and other conveniences for the use of brethren
residing at a distance. The property is their own,
and free from debt, except to the members of the
lodge. Having received a charter from the Grand
Lodge of California, the ceremonies of consecrating,
dedicating and instituting the lodge and installing
its officers will take place at Wailuku on the 20th in
stant, and will probably be public We have been
requested, on behalf of the members of the new
lodge, to invite all brethren who can make it conven
ient to leave their homes for a few days, to be present
on the occasion. We hope there will be a good dele
gation from Honolulu. Those leaving here by the
Eteamer of the 2Gth need be absent only five days.
Gaz.
Band or Hope. A branch of this association was
organized in this city last Thursday evening. It is
an offshoot of the Order of Good Templars, and its
object is to induce the young to abstain not only from
the use of intoxicating liquors, but trom tobacco and
from profanity, and to disseminate temperance prin
ciples by precept, example and effort. The officers
consist of four adults, who act as a Board of Man
agement, and five juvenile officers. The following
were chosen on the evening of organization, and they
will be installed on Friday evening next, at the rooms
of Ultima Thule Lodge No. 1, on King street, at 7
o'clock, when those taking an interest in the temper
ance cause are invited to attend :
Mrs. H. B. Townsend Superintendent
Cat.t. C W. Celett ....f t.f. Suptrinttndent
Mrs. H. L. Sheldon r.v.,.
Mrs. J. A. Freeman IWf0r,
J. M. Oit Prtsident
Mis. F. McCiuuis t'iet President
W. L. Hopper Secretary
J. Renton Trtanurtr
F. Oat Uiher
T. II. Harrison .Chaplain
Mrs. II. X. Dart CAorjsfer
AXAJErJt riirtTOCRArHY. II. K. HitchiNCa, II ,
tle Issr-cc.cT Ctccral it ScIkx !j, has a ! t. gr.ij Lie
apprAtu, with which Lc ocidjsioct'.ty acusti him-
i self bjr taiiicg T;fs if scccerjr wLilc ca Lis tcun
- j about the UIaIj. Among tribe r g I ic'.uns uktn
by Mr. II. re an csccllri.t ticw t tie Vv!cuo
House at KlUaea, " Ciorts'," ia Tutij, an 1 tLctun:
mit crater cf ManDa La. It was sor.iethicg cf an
achicTcmc&t to tale thi the trst rhctvgTaph; kw
cf the crtcr cf Mwlaawc weo
The tact that Paul Iearx-rg, lq , f Kauai, is aj
pointed a Xob!e cf the KingJm, his orated vme
surprise and no lUl!e criticinj. It appeals that Mr.
Isecberg was appointed at the sarue tiuie with Uo
issuance of the other recent patent, but oi uM vet
receive his cotamijsicn until he LaJ first Ci.n;e to Ho
nolulu to tale the oath cf alUgiance. rersoiial'y,
the new Nolle is highly esieeuied, tut that fct dvs
not prevent seme sharp criticisms upon the adminis
tration. It is declared to b aa unheard of propor
tion to male a Hawaiian iu l 'e t f an a'.iMi. and fur
ther that there are other iti lonts on Kami whose
public services and vested iutreM should Lve en
titled them to consiJeratiou ia view uf fiiliug vstcau
cies iu the IIou5e of Nobles.
The Winter Raixs. The present winter has Urn
so far, a very unusually wet one, the rain fill dur
ing the last three months comprising one-half only
of our rainy season being in excess of any corres
ponding period for many years past. The folluwing
figures are from Capt. Daniel Smith, at Waikili :
RAin-tiU Tor Noremher, 1ST3 4 1a im-li.-.
l-embr. " 7 c
" January, 1ST, to t!io 2A iu.t ll.is "
4S -
Total for two months and throe wo-k -JJ 05
Capt. fmua estimates that about oue-third mre
rain usually fulls in the city than at Wmkiki,
which will add 7 cs
Rain-fall in Honolulu during the above period 30,7.1 inches
The average quantity of rain during a number f
years past, at Dr. Judd's house near (he entrance of
the valley, has been about -10 indies fur the entire
year, so that it appears we have received during the
past three months over three-fouvths of t-ur average
- annual supply.
Bail. We understand that " Mechanic " Lugine
Company No. 2, will give a Ball on Feb. ;id, it being
their 2lst Anniversary. Tweuty-oue is iu nnet coun
tries the age of l?gal majority, and "Twos" hav
given ample proof that they have arrived at a vigor
ous manhood. We have every reason to believe that
they will do themselves credit on the occasion of the
coming Ball, and that a good time generally will
be had.
110X01.11.1-, January 21st, 1871.
To the Kititor 0 the l'at'iju'. Cvihhh rcitl Irtt timr :
Sir. -I had hoped that the revelation contained in
the J "uhou of the 20th inst., concerning the litera
ture issued from the Ministcrial-cum-missionary
press, and retailed to the natives for their instruction
and improvement, might possibly have been rather
freely translated, and knowing nothing of the native 1
language, I was anxiously awaiting some explanation
or otfier translation from the cJitor and publisher of
the ITuokoa before saying anything upon the subject
myself. But in the Gazelle of this inoiuing, tho
publisher attempts no defense, further, than that
" any one acquainted with the vernacular, can con.
verse in it with the most rrfined Hawaiian lady
without the slightest sense of impropriety."
If this is so, and there is any truth iu tho old
adage, that, " you cannot touch pitch without soil
ing your hands," I do not envy tho feelings of the
foreigners here, who are married to "refined and
educated Hawaiian ladies," at such a declaration.
But I am unwilling to believe it; and nin aghast that
here, where the much belauded missionary element
is so largely represented, that such iuifamous and
scandalous publication should ever have been per
mitted to see the light of day, or be dissemiuated
amongst a people, who perhaps of all other need a
large watchfulness, and more careful and instructed
literature than the libidinous and filthy trash referred
to. In many other countries with less pretensions to
enlightenment and Christianity amongst iU people,
r.ii nu.li kT ,ouoiguAt llio puui loner
to gaol, or rendered him liable to a heavy fine. But
here, the protectors, teachers and benefactors of this
race are sleeping, or content with praying twice a
week in well appointed and comfortable churches,
and perhaps twice a day in their luxurious home,
for the souls of these people whom they imagine and
claim they have brought from the "power of dark
ness unto light," whilst a brother, a member of the
church too, inoculates with filthy fingers, a leprosy
as pernicious and fatal as that which 13 rotting away
the bodies of the poor sufferers on Molokai, crying
all the time with Bible ia one hand, and dollars in
the other " I thank God I am not as other men
are." Shakespcar makes the Duke of Gloster say,
and the application herein cannot bo mistaken :
" But then I sigh, and with a piece of Scripture
Tell them, that God bids us do good for evil ;
And thus I clothe my naked villany
With old odd ends, stolen forth of holy writ,
And seem a saint, when mwt I j luy the devil."
We have plenty of churches and chapels, and if it
is not all "cant and carriages" that attend them,
let these come forth and call upon the Attorney
General to suppress this vile, insidious publication
which is eating into the heart of the nation.
" Custos Moblm."
Thirty Days of Hawaiian History 5.
ItT SASrOKD D. DOLE.
kalakaua's MANIFESTO.
Two days after the meeting, a manifesto was issued
by Col. Kalakaua, copies of which were liberally
distributed in Honolulu and forwarded to the other
islands. It was worded in the oil figurative and
poetical style and is interesting as a specimen battle
call of the Hawaiian precivilized age. The following
is a translation of this document :
" 0 my people ! My countrymen from Old ! Arise!
This is the voice !
" Ho ! all ye tribes. Ho ! my own ancient people !
The people who took bold and built up the Kingdom
of the Kamehamehas; from the first blow struck at
the water Keomo, to the complete union of the islands
at the seabeach of Kuloloia (Honolulu). Arise ! This
is the voice ! Ho ! Maui of Kuimeheua the great !
Ho Maui of Kamalalawalu of Kihapiilani also ! Ho
Molokai lofty of Hina ! Ho land of Kaulu ! IIo
Kauai of Mano, of my ancestors gone. Arise ! Turn
ye ! Here is the voice !
" Ho ! the relatives of Keaweaheulu, of Kamctia
moku and Kamanawa, they who met the hardships,
the hunger and the weariness of the spear and the
implements of war. Our blood flowed first and our
boJie3 were scarred iu the creation of this House,
and the securing of the peace now enjoyed. We
created this Government. Here is the voice ! Arie
AND LISTEN !
"At this time, while the night watch and the sacred
mourning of affection is held over the corpse of our
House-finder, our last Lord, the last one of the Ka
mehamehas behold tie sicred threshold of Liloa is
shaken, the symbolic chain of Ahaula is broken, it
is dragged down by the unworthy, it is overthrown
and lies face downward, its tabus are trodden on; it
sleeping great one, who sleeps the long sleep hi9
tabus are broken. Thus while we are mourning,
comes a voice grating on the ear as of a howling
crowd; disturbing the thoughts cf the hearer, dis
tracting the mind; it pours cut thus: "IIo the
Hawaiian nation ! William C. Lunalilo, the son of
Kekauluohi, the daughter of Kameharaeha I.," &c.
A vote to be taken on the first day of January, 1873,
for a King for the throne of the Kamehamehas.
" O Uli (thou god) ! Regard not this ! It is not w
who have sprung forward to mock and to treat with
contempt the corpse of our beloved King who now
sleeps. It 13 those who treat thee with contempt,
and we bid them farewell forever.
" Let me direct you my people. Do nothing con
trary to the law or against the peace of the Kingdom.
Do not go and vote, and do not trammel tho labors
of your representatives; it will be opposing their au
thority and powers on the 8th of January, on which
day the legislature is to meet and choose a successor
to the throne. Do not be led by foreigners; they had
no part in our hardships in gaiuing the country.
Ikj i.'t be led by tiitnrfahje teaching, as a hog with
astiicg in his n. c Is led Ignorantly along to tht
ctu prepan-J t cook fci.' - Fund fiurt ! 8un l
firm : I'. men an t fearlow ! Givt rot Up your
ri,;h? and privileges ij other The ttign cf tli
Kau.chauuh.'ui ii t udei; the country, the government
which we labored aud atrotc to errata has teturnr-d
to us. lie patient and wait my op!e until Katne
hiusrba V. is cttr.inUvl. Hi on absorbing affair
t -f.-re us, ur last Lord. The land Is full cf bitfrr
nw -f grief; the chiefs are the same. For thin rea-
f s a I will t-e ei'icnt and still, but wy tuind la full tf
ci ntlictm,; emotions to sve b thing that ar don
in doepite of our King Before hi beloved body is
j out of Bight, bsholJ how bit bones arc moolted. lle
, ware, or the word cf the GopeI raiy rply to oi
j They parted my raimeut among them, and for my
vesture they did cst Iota."
I shall not now ppeak of the aemKlcfa thins that
are bring done, but m you have rarneetly pressed in
t. present my views a to the condition of affair and
for the good of the Hawaiian people; und becue I
have an ancient right to the throne, frotu the birth
of Kes.wcilckahis.lii over Maul of Kama, Oahu of Ka
kuiliewa down to Kauai of M&nolalanipo: therefore-,
I asl you to hear me: I am cf the firat-U rn, you are
of the second-horn of the same ancvetor.
" THT rUTTORM OV MY COYrXMVT !
1. I shall obey the advice of our auccMor of Kea
weaheulu, niy grandfather, which he gave to Katue
h.molia I., to bo a rule for his government:
"The old men, the old wwueu and the children
shall lie in safety on the highway."
2. To pref-erve aud increase the people, so that thty
shall multiply and fill the laud with chief and com
mon people.
S. To repeal all the personal taxes, about which
the people complain.
I. To put native Hawaiian into Government of
ficen, so as to pay of the national debt.
o. The amending of the Coustitutiou of iStil. The
desires of the people will be obtained by a true agree
ment between the people aud the occupant of the
throne.
" Beware of the Constitution of 1S62 and the faW
teachings of the foreigners who are now grasping to
obtain the control of the government If W. C. Luna
lilo ascends the throuc. In thi way ihe country
narrowly escaped in 1S.'3 shortly after the pajwageof
the Constitution of 1852. It waa whoa Kamchauicua
111. WS feICK list Dt was urgeu u mr iranen-i
of the country to America, If tu t listen to the de
ceiver ! Do not alight my word ! Aa we are now In
a time of mourning, I nin therefore brief, not to tire
you, and that you may bo sure of iho warning vuiew
which now echoes on all side. After my lamented
lord and father is buried, I shall Again issue my views
with bravery and without flinching and subserviency.
l.'l the onud of V. lives le liu.liiM.
Hi-Hi ye, rli tx-oplr j
The laUl is kept.
Wait until my voicw ia mjam rained, and ponder
well upon whatJs here eaid. Ho I ye women, my
family, turn ye your husband andjrll Ibcm not lt
part with the rights of ur anoestw. And tell Ihem
to be ready when I eaH again !
" In the inspiring words of our forcfathere, a rail to
guard well our rights now threatened, then
Arise O people !
To the front !
Drink the waUTS of bitU men
DAVIft KALAKal'.
"Honolulu, Doc. 28, Wl"
It waa of no use. This elaborate, uiewiage fell
upon the community without effect. It waa a fail
ure as a proclamation aud only valuable m a curi
osity. The time had passed for attempts of such a
nature against the wide pread feeling for Lunalilo.
After his muster-stroke, his liberal manifesto, with
his previous popularity, something more than a
printed circular was essential for successful opposi
tion. This effort of the Colonel, mode just before the
first of January was without doubt iutended to tie
feat, if possible, the carrying out of the election ou
that day. w
s THE I'LEUISCTTUH. C.
. . ... .,f. t 1 1 - . l.
appointment nt the meeting of tho 2Ctli of December.
Prominent advertisements aud posters iu both lau
guatgou, proclaimed to tho people of the district tho
necessary information and called upon all Hawaiian,
native born and naturalized, over twenty years of
age, the age of majority for men, to cast their ballots
for their King at the polls of the people, upon Ihe
first of January. In the late regime property
qualification had been a condition of the voting priv
ilege, but on this occasion, citizenship was the only
requirement
There were still, on the eve of the election, ene
mies and skeptics who sneered at the enterprise and
prophesied a failure. They asserted that the people
would not respond, with the exception of a few par
tizans, and that their vote, even though unanimous,
would express nothing as regarded national senti
ment. These individuals, moulded under the IJcss
of the late despotic reign, were unable to appreciate
the principle of civil power originating with the
people or to understand the force of united popular
will; and they doubted the influence of the eleotion
even if it should he universally attended.
The first of January arrived and being a national
holiday, the only business carried on was thai of
voting. Even the usual festive observances of the
day were neglected for tho one matter cf absorbing
interest. Karly in the forenoon a crowd had gath
ered nt the polling place and the balloting went
quietly and rapidly on, and in a mannc.- full of
earnestness and determination, many prominent cit
izens and high officials of the Government depositing
their ballots along with humble kanakas freali from
their ancestral taro-patches. In the afternoon, the
voting slackened somewhat, and the crowd around
the polls were alternately instructed and amused by
the dclphic utterances of impromptu stump orators
who found it eay work to tway the popular mind in
favor" of the hero of the day. There was little or no
open electioneering for Col. Kalakatia, and the sup
porters of Prince Lunalilo seemed to have things all
their own way. About the middle of the afternoon
a company of the Household Troops marched down
to the polls and deposited their ballots. At five
o'clock the voting ceased, and the crowd who had
passed the day iu unfailing good nature, remained
to hear the result. Every minute increased its num
bers till at lutlf-past six, when the counting of the
ballots was completed, the street was filled with a
dense mass of people, native and foreigners, quietly
waiting for the announcement of the vote.
When the judges of the election came out at lat
and proclaimed the casting of a number of ballots,
larger than had ever been polled in the district
during the late reign, and all for Prince Lunalilo,
the feelings of the listening crowd broke forth in
repeated and cnthusiastio shouts which rang from
the street, where they stood almost unobservable in
the gathering darkness of the night, and proclaimed
the news of the victory far and wUe over the city.
The excitement of the people was intense and they
were in a mood to finish the work of conferring
royalty by immediately marching in a body to the
residence of the Prince, in order to carry him to the
Palace of Iolani and install him there as King by
popjlar acclamation. But the Prince having feared
some manifestation of this kind bad sent to the
judges of election that they thould request the people
to go quietly home and wait till the election in the
Legislative Assembly, after which he would be happy
to receive them at the Palace. An uproarious cheer
was their answer and then the main part of the con
course started off through the streets, hallooing and
singing, as noisy and demonstrative a rabble as the
. i , r. . .
town iiau oueu btcu. -
The returns from the otner islands exnibtt'
lar unanimity and enthusiasm in almost every elective
district. The ffbole nation with but a few scattering
exceptions, had united in nominating Lunalilo for
King. - .
Fish-catching by means of giant powder has made
itself nn institution in Levuka. Scarcely a day
passes but some Ichthyophagist fires a shot from one
of the wharves, and the animated scene which en
sues would require the pen of a Dickens to describe
or the pencil of Frith to depict.

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