DY C. S. BARTOW
OS WEDNESDAY. : : FEBRUARY 4th.
All l,.k, A. .M ., at ?!-r .,ui. - all.
An Attractive Assortment of
IKKI NO fcs, CO 11(11 KKS,
WHITE AND BROWN COTTONS!
I')M tt,OTII. CV-IMFRK.
At 15? ll'rltrk, Vmi,
BROWN SUOAR in KEGS and BAOS !
I.. 9. BAH TOW. Aarti.Df-r
50 CORDS IRON WOOD
,M)K Si .K RV
A. W. HKIRCK At CO.
ALEX. CAMPBELL, Merchant Tailor,
Wro1 lAl most kkm'kctu'li.v i.n-
T K VI lh vuLIm: that he t. o-t a
T A ILOU-SIIOP,
At .14 fort hUi-?f, nxt 4o abr.v Mr. Mslarraj, Lre
l. it .rrparnl lo n-cuw mij m l'-r In th T.lrinf Baling!
iliii h niaj farorml t U. J17
a v f x i: v ii a iv i:
I'lllt IWCHTINU A SMAM-SCM
I woisj, ttr 4 curing
nt: nt niK miht i:i.ilici.k dmi:lli lots
In th- ii i4 II ...lulo, i ITr'.l by llu t'n-lr.gn.l. He
K.r.,r.mi tul.iM a ir.Attocan l hraltt.ily iluatrl ice
I if. I 3.ij .iiii. lh Itni'niBKnt lir J-d, fruntiiiU
l ,it Mif.l4-il lh of lite Ullcr.
Any i.ih' vihiojr t pon-he t.utiM afIj t'o, a 1 K L.l
w llUr.lUl tkvlur'. (ja-l) J. L.MN.
UKCtlVKM IMIIKCT KKO.M TIIK
.. ..r.r, fcriu ONV'AKI,
A Fine Assortment of
GENTLEBIEN & STOCKMEN SADDLES,
I. DAI.TIIV, King Jt.
I'. All til.lU km(M at Mr. Ialtui' rslablibfurnl
ICr-SiMlfrJ Free of Char He.
PARLOR ORGANS !
PARLOR ORGANS I I
f1UO M I'KKIOK t:V IVKI.4IK OR.
CI VS. MliK BY
The New Haven MeloJeon Company !
loll f ALE CIIKAP liV
C'.iSTI.K X COOK K,
XT Or.I?rtf.-r MrUilroMa mil Orgaaii ttna doe
llun.lrtj loJI ir an I npwarJa rreeivnl anl flllnl with ili
MBW GOO JDS
GASTLE & COOKE
D. C. Murray andJ.W. Seaver
('INK WKHT OF CMiLIM) UI.K'K huJ
M IX II CljIirHd.
Iin Blark Doeikin. Urrj Huckilin,
All U'ur.l 1'omli, ju( the style fT wider.
Fine White Marseilles,
'i. y ialt.'f n. imitaMe r Iji.lie4 or CbiUlreu'a lrrie, an.I
tlent'a tlbiie Vrats.
l'lui.i ! Mil-I Br wd Liorn Itilln g, ju?l the tl.ioif t-r
Hov'aan.1 M'n' working elotbej.
liwnt'a Silk, Merioo, All Wool an.I Cot tun I'aJerahirlJ.
l.i.iir and Jrnt' Linen CulT, Uent' Collar.
A r .1 .- of Fiu Black f.lk Neck Ti.i,6 8 anJ 3-4.
A turri'r awrtnient of tlrnt'a an.1 IjiHiea' il'be,I
an.I I'liblra. hil Cvltu II.-.
M'l'KKHIIt A I.I. I.IN'KV
TABLE DAIV1ASK !
S 9 n.l 3 A l.ii n Napkin fr.4a f 1 00 lo 7 W er .U.ZfD.
-..ti. n. L-nen, llik-kaHirk anl lMiik Trl,
Linen and Collon Sheeting I
61. 12, M ao.l luO irn h
l.iurn an.I C.'tt..n l..r li!L fill.
10-1, II 4, au-l 14 4 White Mrteilk (Juili,.
AVIiifo lloiiiio Itlnnkets
11 by SI.
AiWK I'lae. U.eeo anJ hit-- BUnkrt.
J i t: ii.ri, a flue a.o.rtiifiit -f I'earl Ljlt ti
SHELF HARDWARE !
!-or. Ct.rt. faJ, Box. CnphuarJ an.l Till Lock,
.-ir..'T F.hlluck, wmu'lit iion, ailh ?prin(f an.I M. -l
.rins Cbet Ix-k. 2 Key eai-b an.1 do diipiwrat;.
setr it Jckia'l l ine ar, 11 to H iDth. e c an.I ri.
.-(ar 4 Jarkn' Fi!n. all ne and kind 3 to 14 inch.
lUrne. Bridle and Rullrr Buckle. Plated and Jap'd.
rld'e Kief., libixd an 1 japanned, 2 1-2, 3 and 3 l-'J in.
iih llohk. No. 10 t- hO and larger.
I ni.-vn and Wo.4 tiinhf, &tot Thread. Uantlh-d Axe.,
t'opier Tack. 1-2 to 1 1- J Inch. Uphlninif Wood a.
t'.wpci TixiU, faod Taper, Krub Bnuhr. Imo Twk.
ALSO. ON HAND :
Aurriran and KoIih While Lea l ami Ziw Paint.
American and Knglih Pale B.ill Linaeed Oil, Turpentine,
lmpblfk, Vellnw Ochre, French Yellow, VenilUn Ked,
Kw and Burnt I'mber, Bed lry Vermillion, e.
Good Assortment of Paints in Oil,
tit.CNK WWSfcR J ASD liEVOK'S
TC 1 i-S O 11 o
O i 1
Copal. Diiuxr, Carrine and Bright YarnWh.
Il iiiian. California, Chemical. New Vnrk, Erasire, B.iaton,
Iijl'ure Castile and Fancy
5S O I3 S !
Paris. Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and X0
Shovel, Spades, Oo', Scythe, Rake, Uoea, 4c, Ac, Ac, Ac.
ILL ORDERS FILLED AT L0WTST 3I1RKTT
BYE. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR SALE !
: ON TUESDAY. :::::: FEB. :3d !
At i j o ......... i , : ' ;
.1 choice uiiieii or mil' tonus
CN.-ISIIV- IN l'AI:r "F
I'- jr V-i.'.a.. I.'. . . I 44 .. :- '
Fancy Prit, Merisocs and Cotourg-,
Ticking and Strips,
M'.q'i.to Neftir,?, Dii!'.. '"..ti: .
I CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS,
! Groceries, &c &c.
F-lt II !. H.r.r,. I .-'!.. r. M j. . r'.ir".
' r:n u t.tt .-r.ir: , i ..,. r. red m.
K O It 1 II K i. A It I KS,
EXTRA HEAVY COLORED DRESS SILKS!
Men's Shoos, Coats and Pants !
i ilVAfi. .! I":i.l. I'.iin Kil! r. Ctr l M:ti h'-.
k -t pi.aTil.-r. iiiliri'. P;i.- ) 'tr .
ii'ir. Ch-ir.-.ial Ir ji. H nr
Camllf. Crii'fi'- I ruTir. !.r .
Sacks Table Rice,
Sacks Broun Sugar
K. I'. A l I Ms. AiinV.
Real Estate on Emma St,
At 12 jil'K.k. li.ii, at Faler-Mwu, will r IT-r.l r.t
Pi.l.l.c Au. t...n, tl. it
IMKCF. OIC IMKI III. OF
IIUL LM.l I L 1)1111 MIL 1)1
tiikkkun, ,-rri A ri:.i, kmma m.
a.lj .iiiicijr the .r . rly t.f II. r li'.y.il lli.liii. I'.u.'i K 1 1 U i -l.ini.
.! li-ivn.e Ir.iittK'- f .' ! 1 "ii K11.11..1 .-ti.-.t.n I :i
l-plh of 1 U-ft.
A Good Substantial Cottage
and OutluiIlicva are np-.n the ro rly, lc)i i rorer- d by
a rifly f,f t KL'IT A Ml OHN M i:N TAI. TltKKS, mukir.
It a r.-ry pl i. int r-i'lft-. ifi.V(.riini.-iit :it. r i l.ti.l on.
TLRM.- AT j A I. K. I" li at p- n- of pur.-ha- r.
K. P. AIAMS. An. t r.
COMSTANTLY ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTM T OF
SHU' UMIEiiV k SHIP STORES.
For Sale by
IIOI.I.F.S A. O.
I.JOIK TKAXI KISM. (OKIIICK, A I.I.
l:l.l.l.- .V '.
Russia Bolt Hope!
.4SSOitT.MK.NT OF SI7.KS.
l-.r S-jl.- by
Ifil.l.l t o.
Manila Cordage !
I7KO.M TIIK IIIISIOV IMCTIIUV, ALL
For Vale by P.uLLLS C
I y W It K.NC K F. (TO U V.
F.ir ;..;by P.oLl.r S 4 Co.
Chain Cables & Iron Stock Anchors.
SI7.F.S FROM 1 5( I. Its. TO' I.OOO I, IIS.
CAIiI.hri from 3 S inch to 1 5-S 11,1 Ii.
For Sale by POLI.KS CO.
Blocks and Oars!
KI LL ASSOKTM KXT.
For J"1 .ile by
HoLLE." K CO.
ft M. I'KIMK I'OH
m. TI.KMAN'S Pi. king.
M. I'KIMK FORK. ItKKF OF II. HI". li
For ale by
'.OLI.K? k CO.
4 FKW CASKS OF K ISTKK V. I V .PLKX-
I1 1 ord- r.
F.ir Sale by
lioLI.KS .V CO.
Flour Per "Comet!"
rOLl)K G.4TK. ItAKKIfS KXT I! A K
TR A Family, and KI.Ioi m.1u.
ror S-ale by
P.OI.I.K.-' Aj CO.
S1LOOV Fl LOT. CASKS A l t It. CASKS ;
PILOT Bread Milium do.; Cracker. n r t 1 .
For Sale by 1.0I.1.KS & CO.
Columbia River Salmon !
CtllOICK Ul'ALITV, IX It I It It Kl.s A M
F.r H by Pol.l.i:. Jk CO
A l.t.M.KIL AssolM YV Ol
I'rrsrrvi d Meats, Fruits, Vrctalilcs.
TIOIl S t LK KV
I'.ol.l.KS .t CO.
Tea, Collet' and Sugar
AO It S LK It V
polli:.- .V CO.
IX II 4 LK It A It It F.I.S.
r. r ty
ItoLLLS ic CO.
I.iinc and Cement
i A LI FOR I A I.IMK. I It'lT . 1 l IK-
VJ M:f, Cjlif.rnn llr.ek.
For Sale by
ItOLI.KS Jk Co. j
Sperm and Polar Oil.
VKKV SIPKRIOR IJC A LIT . FOUSSli: !
T IN i iii.ti'. i t ) Mnt I y ItoLLLS Co. !
CANNED GOODS, 1
t kom i rnst: co.- . r.i.rruA n.n iaimky,
CI ASKS MOCK TCRTLF. Soil', CSKs
KOA.r It . f, Ca-e !..,,, be. f, l'j., l:..,.i Mutton.
'..' II..1..1 Mail. n. t'i s U...kt . .1, .- Tuik-y, C.i-- .
Ch.. r n. Ca ., A -. Ac
F.-r Sale by 1..H.I.I S . C .
Taints and Oil.
1.J;l.Is IIOILKII OIL. IX KlVIXi ALL. :
J liht MS. i
1:1. 41 K I E .41'.
44 inn: 7ir.
III.!' I ! 41. ;
Kir S lie- liv
t j -' I
r. i.i.i..- a c
To Graziers, Ranchmen, &c.
i" A FKW IHltllAM A M SCOTCH
AM. IS ill I.U-
Alao. ' r in o u I Kirnrli Merino Vmui; Kniai..
Apply to JoJIN A. 4.CMM1XS.
Waii'.aiialo Ranch, ja:.u iry. lTl. j ilo r.m
I 4DKIR 4. KXtLISH A M CALIFOIt-
MV poRIS. Calif rnia Hock.
Rhine 44 ni of different brand'.
For S..1-by CIIAS. I.OXU.
a-'-iA. TIIK FXDKRSIGXKO HKfiTJ
l'if I lDat lnry 'ave ''.rmtd a Cn.partut r.-lup t.G
tfifi' -'i and openel a Shop no th-' Kit !an le, t.pr.- tr
ite Hipper' L irr. I Factory, f.r tb- purp..- if cinyit. in
the busmen uf
House Building and Carpentering !
In all it brinehe. Order fr. ru th" otli.-r I -1 m.l f..r K t.
matei or work, promptly att- t.d- d t . i r l..i a expt re-nee :n
Mechanics in thi community will, we tm.it. prove a suifi -S.-i.t
guarantee that all work entrusted to u .ll 1- e.-cut. .1 in a
workmanlike and satisfactory manner.
A. 44. SNEI.L,
JOHN L. KING.
Honolulu, Sept. T.O, IiTj. cl iJin
TIME-TABLE Or THE
STEAMER " KII.AUEA,"
i n i.j ;. :
I . :.. 'i
tft c 31 :l t
.,.1 i l -.
l t u. I I llf ...
I' I.. ':tr.l...
Mm. I. .!...
Mr :. :Jti.
Mm i ::on.
..( iiruil uf K.i mil
It e u si ii. 1 K-a is
..Circuit of Knual
r. r ! iv- II ,r...Iu!u at 5 T. V . fx. U:.t tr . 1
it K4u:.-k wLM U ;i 1 e at U P. M.
II .: tr:p, th fmer ill! c,l kavr uar.i.. !.-
Oo Koni ir.p w.'l not i- .r- a
Krom U.i d-ite, th j fiviner.t r.f Ca-h Tr VmZ''
tr. ::y r.f rcol. 11CKKTS AT TI1K OrUCK.
X t r. .'inJ:ii- l r unmirk' l l if cr anr fr
h ! fWi.t -1 f
l OI. SAX FACISC o.
, -i. - TIIK rAVORIin AM. P.AllK
SS o o dive
P. T. .-IIU'IIKUI', MATKI
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above port
1 r K-r Kr. iKI t i
tiii f'.r C 'in and S'
P:-s.i,'.-, having u-ri'T acvi.inui'I.i
.-i-r.if" Paeiii'r, a ply to
C. BKEWKIl .t ', Ar-.i.ti.
I roi- svoiykv ii:cjt.
TPK AMKKICAN IJAKK
rf.-:. i !i,M -ir.-v Al.M
U. HtlKMAN. : M-1KK
Mill llior 2uirU li-alrli fi Ihr Ahof Toll.
F.t Kr-i.-lit it P i"-:'S--, apply to
j,17 f.ll.i: .V COoUK. Au.i.H.
Australasian &: American Mail
rOIt SAX llM( ISi O.
4 IT A I N
On or about the 3d of Feb'y, 1874,
For SVIXi:V, vi:i FF.If,
Comiol iiiu KAXOAVI' with it liriiueli
Auckland & Port Chalmers, N.Z.
ii. m:.in(;i;i:. : : : fommaxukr.
On or about the 10th of February.
J.T Patuvtr f..r Kit-i-ii Slnlcw ami Kuropr.pur-i-liusini;
tl.. ir 1 lir..nj.'h Tirki ts at our uflice, will be allow. . I A
l. i:;K RI.IiI CTION in fan-, besides liavini; larger usnli
t;. .f R.u'ir f-'e fri-.'.
J j- For Fi-illil and lnn-, or any furllur inform.
ntin, apply to
.120 II. HACK FKLI &; CO, Asfiil..
F016 IIAJMIIUKO !
4 Tbc A 1 Fast Sailing (1. ruian
U'Ul S.ill fu- thf Ahov Port on or About lie lth
Jamtr.tr y Xtxl.
For Frciglit r.r Paysajp?, apply to
m.H2:ii F. A. SCIIAKFER CO.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
'bBJs-- ' ,JKKWK,t ;o" AfJKXTS.
' WW Favorable arr.mgemenls can always ! ninde for
tSSLs Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, IIid
and other Merchandise to New llo.lford, Huston, New York and
oth. r Eastern Ports. JT Cah A.lv.uires ina.le.
WlWf C. lillKWKItkCO.
Regular Tacki'l for Kona and Kau.
The New Clipper Schooner
IJ E I, A .11 A ,
Will run regularly on the above route, bavins excellent accom
modations for passengers and freight.
For Fr-i' ht or Passage, ajiply tm the Captain on board,
ortll .o4) T1BP.KTS A: SO liKNSON.
It K ( V L A It
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. ItllKWKlt. .V CO., Af.KXTS.
VrAI; Menbau.lisc received PTOUAC.K FKKK and
JK-A. ' lit., r.il cash advance n.a.b' on shipments by this
Ii!.-. (fe2i 13)
C. HR KW Ell A: CO.
PtKta'LAR IMCKET FOR LAIIAIXA.
vJ-Si THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. 1. CRANE, Master.
W ill Uun l!t'-ul.iil bftMfon'l liis Tort and Laliaiua,
lliiunliiln Saiurtl.i) ami l.alialua eve r dufsda)?.
..I :: II. H ACKFELD & Co., Agent.
TIIK VKRV DKSIRA ItLK
l mvupi.'d by
I ,-ito I
Kttkui strc t, and :it pres.
J..hn 1. I'r. iv
111 JO ST 4NliKNWAI.I.
HIIK FOI.LOWIXCi ARTICLKS HAVINfi
been taken from the KirricLs at Honolulu, any
P- r-.ii giviiu ii.f ruiatioii of or returning thf tame will be
Mia.it. iy r.w.irl .1. Four Cli:ii'ot Ili lira. Imo
Snnnl aiiiif iiml our sworit lliiyonrt
Sen bhii I l II :ny person is kn..n to h ive any of the
:.i...ve article, or ai.y ether proiorty K'lonins to the 44'ar
I'. p irtni. nl, in their j.s.ciii. an.1 d k not return the same
n tl l.i n t'.ir'.v from thi .1 tit e, th.y will be pros. cut. d.
JNO. o. ItoMlMS, tl .v.rmr. f Oaha.
ili---- i f i..v. nu r . f oah i. Hon !u!u. Oct. ?. 1S73. ol
KI. W I1ITK. M CSt ' A T, FRO XTICi X A X,
F. r .-ale by
CM AS. I.ONU.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNES !
l IV4KI FKRK KT I'll.s. )OK7.1 GRAND
4l, .1. I. K. N. 1 : It ancl.e . -.ry M.u--ieu, Ac.
ihi F.r?aby CIIAS. LONG.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
flVlK CO-1 A RTX KRMI II II Kit KTUKU It K
1 e.-tii l-twet n the un.lcrs.une.1, expired by bmitatif n on
on the 1 At U in-1 . All parlies ba ins account open with the
L.t-1 firm Ht' re..ie?ted to settle with Mr. ASSEK. who is duly
:iuhoiii.'d f r th it purjmse. ASsEE,
lt..i.. Uihi, Nvv. 2t"., lT
13 oat Sprit and Spade Poles !
,t)lt s lk i:v
PIE FRUITS and PICKLES
Fresh French Olive Oil !
EXTENSIVE ASST. OF OTHER
FOR SALE LV
II. HACKFKLO i: CO-
R. C. WiLIE, 115 DAYS FROM BREMEN,
i roi: s.ii.K l: v
H. HACKFELD &, CO.
K.4V1 BLl'K OKXIMS. WII1TK I.O t.
Col!., Brjwa Cvttou. Riae Cottocs, Blue C.:on I'r.il,
Mr.ptJ Tickir?. li.Ckcry Mr. (-ei.
"Aoc l?n B itUfa, V.ctoria laso.
Lirea and Cctton Sheetjn?, t itcrpr Taervl-.
Si.k, Linen and Cotton H.aUkerch.efs.
Lice Mact.;i. Uscn. Cot:cn and Faacy Har:r.ei Sl.irts
4"ater-proc-f S.'.;r. Hickory shirt.
Merino an.I Cotton I'r !erhirt, 5.i! ar.J St.vkir.c.
Mo-qu.to Nef.ir.?, Las:.r.f,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
FINE CLOTHS, BUCKSKINS.
CASMMKRKS. DEDKORI) ( OKI),
ITALIAN CLOTH, LINING, &c. &c. &c.
FOP. TAILORS' CSK.
Lnl.in'j Evtrart, Eiu Je
oil rhilicoine. Lavender 4
pne. Macassar Oil.
r. Fine 1'omatuni.,
FANCY & BLACK JET ORNAMENTS,
EAR KINGS, BUOOCIIES, Ac
English Saddles, aborted iuahties.
FUx Canvas, Aborted iualitie of Murlap.
Hat Saitwine, Frenih Illacke.l Calfskin",
Fine Silver Plated Knives, Forks, Soup
and Tea Spoons !
.1 Fill ASST. OF FI.E (lOTUUii !
Silk I'mbrella and P.irasoN,
Geiita' and 1 lie' Whit- and C.
.I..red Kid Gloves,
VINES, LIQUORS, &C.
Norwegian, G-rnian and EntrlUh Ale, in qti. and pt.
Uret, Hncdy from lluutelleau At Co., C.gnae,
Ithiii- 44ine, Gin in green casej and basket.
Alcohol iu gallon leni.jot.im and in ii gallon tins.
A I.4KGK ASSORTMENT OK
French, English & German
CI 1 i O 13 T F lS!
Hubhuck' Ilcst Itoil. d Linseed Oil.
Ilubti-.irk'a Hot White l-ad and White 7-iuc,
Hlack Paint. Red tkhre. Yellow Ochre,
44"av and Stenrine Candles, I'ltramarine ISlue,
Cauitic Sixla, Lagos l'alm Oil,
C. ('. Iron, Galvanized Iron Buckets, Lanterns and Ituip.
Perforated Iirass, (ialvanizeil and Steam Pipe, Fine Scis-ur
in leather cover. Scissor and Pen and Pocket Knives, Jack
Knives, Kanca Tin, ISubhitt's Patent Metal, Rest Charcoal Tin
Plate assorted, Fencinp Wire, Hoop Iron, Rivets, Muntz Yel
low Metal, Couiiviiiitiou Nail.
Fine China Breakfast & Tea Sets,
lrti.f-l Tumbler. I'iue Toilt-I Srl.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Tarred Russian Cordage, Spunyarn
LOO LINKS. FLAK LINKS, Ar.
Hemp and r'l iv Packing, W rapping' Paper, Market P.askets.
An assortment of
IV I T 1 1 IV 1 ST. J ltd TOYS !
I It Lalis, Ac. or.l. oi.s and Harmonicas,
(i l l Itor.lers. Fire Clay and Fire Bricks,
R.iliii! Slates, Oak R ials for Coasters,
NEW AND OIL SHRUNK SHOOKS !
Petroleum Rarrels f.,r Tallow Containers.
HAVANA & GERMAN CIGARS !
Vc. Ac. Ac Ac,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
mhl set qr
COTCII WHISKEY. OLD lOM incases. "
For Sale by
. JEFFREY & CO.'S
IX 1 I X T S A X I U FARTS.
ALK l UUAKTS AND
German AIp-, Key brand, in quarts an.I pints.
Holland Gin, s-tone jus in baskets,
Strong Rum, in barrels ; Alcohol in Tins
Clarets of different qualities.
LIEUI ilAI KNMILI II.
in Stone Jujjs.
FOR SALE BY
II. HACKFKLO A. CO.
CHELSEA LAUNDRY !
lIoS'H.i i.f, II. I., July 7, 1S73.
OX AXT A FT KR THIS I ATE. TII E KOI
LOWING RATES will be charged on all wcrk done at
this Laundry :
(jeutlrmrii' Liat. Cents.
White rr Colored Shirts, Polished, each 10
44 lute, or Colored Shirts, Plain, each bj
White or Colored Collars, Polished, each 4
White or Colored Collars, Plain, each 3f
White or Colored Cuffs, Polished. pair 4
White or Colored Cuffs, Plain, pair 3i
White Coats, each 12J
White Pants, each 10
44'hite Vests, each 10
Cloth Coat., each 20
Cloth Pants, each 15
Cloth 'csts. each 12
Undershirts, each Ci
lira wers, each CI
Nipht Shirts, each t'i
Night Pants, each ;
Handkerchiefs, each 4
Socks or Stockings, pair 4
I'udcrclothing, 1'l.iiii, cacti OJ
1'nJerclothing, Sl;iri lieJ, each i
irn.lerclothit.g, StarcUcl and Fluted, for each Rutlle 10
Skirts, Plain, each 15
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. l-.r each Rullle) each. .So
W aists, PUin J-i
Waist, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. fir each Rutlle) earh..l j
44'aist. Tucked or Fluted, and extra with face, (and 10c
f..r each Ruffle) each 25
Presses. White or Colored, Plain 20
lresea, Tucked or Fluted, (an.I 10c. Ir each RulIle)each.00
Urres, Unified with Healing, and extra with Lace.
(and 2oo. fr each Rullle) each 60
Ni::lit Presses, Plain, each fi
Ni;;ht Oress. s, with Fluting, each (Sc. I r each Kuril.-)
Nihttrowns, Plain, each 4
I'r.iwcrs, Plain, each 4
Drawers. Fluted, each CI
44'a'sts, Plain, each 4
Skirls, PUin, each a
skirts. Tucked or Fluted, each, (an 1 luo f.-r ei ch Rutlle). ..10
Mips. Plain, each. Ci
Slips, Tucked or Fluted, each, (and 10c f .r each Rutlle) M
Press. Plain, each J
Presses, Tucked or Flute. 1. each, (and loo f. r each Ruthe). .12j
Socks or Stockings, pair 2J
Table Ch.ths, Large, Plain, each 20
Table Cloths, Largo, Starched, each 25
Table Clotha, Medium, Plain, each 12J
Table Cloths, Medium, Starched, eact 15
Table Cloths, Small, Plain, each Ci
Table Clotha, Small, Starched, each 10
Sheets. Single, each CI
Sheets, Double, each Si
Towels, each. "i
Napkin, each 4
Pillow SLips, Plain 4
Pillow Slips, Starched 61
Pillow Slips. Fluted 10
Counterpanes, Larfr, each 25
Counterpanes. Small, each l-'i
Blauket, I.arce, each '--vi
Blankets, Medium, each 15
blankets. Small, each 122
44 indow Curtains, Large, each 20
Window Curtains, Medium, each 15
44"inJow Curtains. Small, each lit
Mosquito Nets, each 50
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MY TK RMS-CASH OX II KLI V I-'.U V.
I Respectfully Solicit the Public Patronage
IT Office at II. E. McINTYRE Ai RROS Grocery, Feed
Store and Bakery, Corner of Fort and King Sts. War on calls
for all orders.
jyl2qr W. M. WALLACE, Proprietor.
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Official Notif cations.
It Las pkaeJ Hi Mtjcstv the Kicg to appcibt
Pul Istcbcr. E-q , a Nct'e of the Kins Jcc
Intericr Sco, Jan. '22, 1574.
Si tefme: Fovbt ClfukN Offu-f, Jan 2C, iXti
It is hereby crJerovl that the February Term, a. p.
1S74, of the" Fourth Judicial Circuit Vcurt, to be
hell at Nawiliwili, Is'ani of Kauai, oa Tuesday, the
3J Jiy of February next, t pc.tporieJ from said Sd
of February to and uatil Thursday, the 1-th Jay cf
said February. F.y order of the Court.
VTaltfb R. Cieik.
Saturday, the Slit of January, being the birth-day
cf His Majesty the King, will "be observed as a na
tional holiday, (iovernment oGccs will 1 closed on
that Jay throughout the Kingdom.
Ti.wix . Hall, Minister of the Interior.
Interior 'like, Jan. 2C, 1ST I.
1 Notice to Family Doaupsxo S.iiools for Ha
waiian Girls. From and after July 1st, 1674, no
fcapitation fees will be allowed by the Board of Edu
cation f..r any pupil over ten years of age who shall
;have been entered at any Family Boarding School
after the date above named; and no claim for capita
tion fees will bo- allowed after July 1st, lis 4, for any
pupils over sixteen years of age.
Capitation fees will be allowed for pupils who shall
have attended schools of this class regularly from
their tenth year, should they have been transferred
to another Family Boarding School at any time be.
tween their tenth and sixteenth years of age; but the
rate of capitation fur such pupils shai! be reck
oned only from the date at which they shall have
been admitted into the school claiming fees thereon,
4vithout reference to the time that shall have been
spent in schools previously attended.
It shall be necessary that pupils transferred as
above stated, and for w hom capitation fees shall be
asked, shall have been creditably discharged from the
school previously attended; and that the schools
claiming'fees thereon shall be subject to the regula
tions of the Board of Education published June bth,
lhtlo. By order tf the Board of Education.
W. Jas. Smith, Scc'y.
Honolulu, Jan. "JO, 1ST t.
noti:s OF Tin: WKKK.
ff The Hawaiian Mission Childrcns' Society will
tfieet this evening at 7 o'clock, at the residence of
ilr. J. G. iickson.
Masonic. The regular monthly mooting of Ha
waiian Lodge, No. 21, V. & A. M., will b held on
Monday evening next. February 2d, at 7 o'clock,
ii Makee's Block.
llis Majesty's Birtupay. To-day, January IHst
i'tlie birthday of King Li nalilo, and a united peo
pte, who would otherwise celebrate the day with pub
lie; rejoicings, are sorrowing for a King stretched
upon a bed of sickness. His Majesty was born in
135, and is therefore 3'. years old.
. Firemen's Ball. The ball of " Mechanic " En
gine Co. No. 2, celebrating their 21st anniversary,
will take place on Tuesday evening next at the Ha
waiian Hotel. Tickets at Ir. Hoffmann's Drug Store
and at AVhitney's.
Another Saloon Fixkp Last Thursday, before j
Judge Kapcna, the case of Mr. W. L. Green, pro
prietor of the Royal Hotel, charged with selling
spirits to a native, resulted in a conviction. The de
fendant 4vas ordered to pay a fine of &G0, with
KiLi.tJD by a Fall. Last Saturday, a little native
girl, between three and four years old, was playing
on the bank of the Nuuanu stream, while its mother
was below engaged in washing clothes, when it fell
from llm rdink riMilj, a dtstnnro nf ccimo Iwolvo tut
on to the rock below. The skull was found to be
.L-frtTcTured, aud the child died in a few houis.
A Long Cruise. The schooner Puuuhi left this,
port for Ililo on the Oth of December and arrived
here on Thursday last, 29th of January, having been
absent fifty days quite long enough to have made
the trip to California and back. But she has experi
enced almost continuous bad weather on the coast of
Hawaii, and lost two anchors before getting a load
In the foreign news column of Wednesday's Ga
elic we have some of the lucubrations of a corres
pondent of a New Zealand paper, writing from Ho
nolulu, and describing the " gentle savages " of the
Navigator Islands; but his account of them is so
"mixed" that people abroad will quite naturally
think that he is talking about the Hawaiians. He
says " they will uo anything lor money,' but that
any one coming this way will do better far with old
clothes in the way of barter than can be done with
money. An old shirt will get fruit, shells, clubs, or
fancy grass-made counterpanes. We stopped at Ho
nolulu seven days," &C It is to be hoped that tour
ists by the new steamship line will not take the advice
of this writer and attempt to flood us with " old clo."
Sporting. It would be well for the Government
to take the pains to inform strangers arriving here
from abroad, whether travelers or persons attached
to national vessels, that we have a law forbidding
the carrying of guns fur sporting purposes in the
neighborhood of this city without special license.
yuite recently, as we are informed, two strangers
were seen gunning at Waikiki, and one of the results
of their " sport " was the shooting of a valued white
cockatoo, belonging to a resident of the city, and
which had a nest and was breeding in a tree at
Waikiki. The law reads as follows :
Section 2. Any person in said District (Hono
lulu) who shall use or carry fur sporting purposes,
any gun, carbine, ritle, pistol, or other hre-arms,
without having first obtained a license as herein
before provided, shall, upon conviction thereof, be
lined in a sum not to exceed fifty dollars for every
such offense, and in default of payment of such sum,
shall be imprisoned at hard labor until such fine and
costs are paid, according to law."
Bain-fai.i. at Koolac. Mr. J. K. Wilder, at
Kaalaea, ou the 4vindward side of this island, (whom
Cap.t. Daniel Smith characterizes as a competent and
careful observer) gives the following as his record
for the year lb73 :
February. . . .
. . 4 57
. . ;; 44
. . 1.71
O. toher.. . .
.. 3 21
. . 2 fil
. . 1 S
.. 2 C2
And T-r the present month of January he records :
, ' '5..
" S. .
January 1". .
4 67 inches
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Goon Templar. On Monday evening next, at
Queen Emma Lodge, No. C, I. O. G. T., the follow
ing elected and appointed officers will be installed for
the ensuing term :
44" m. ti. Ulake 44 . C T.
Mrs. II. 11- Towiiend
4S in. II. Jchr.s'.n
J. U. M. Sheldon
James 4V. Magu re
Mis S. I.. Sheldon
4 . S.
.... W. F. .
....4 i. a.
4V. . ;.
44 . R. II. S.
4V. L. II. .
....4V. V. M.
. . . .44'. Chaplain
P. 4V. C. T.
Mr. H- N. Harrison
T. H. Harri..n. . . .
Henry L. Sheldon.
On Tuesday evening next, the following officers
of Honolulu Lodge, No. o, will be installed :
fJohn Ire. man 44. C. T.
i Mr. Elizabeth Freeman 4 . . T.
I ii r i..
t II. Quintan
' tieo. Trimble. . . .
: N. Murphy
: t has. Turner
I 'C Sj. Cooke
I John 4 hite
'James 1 lower. . . .
....4 . F.
v. o. a.
. . . .44'. Chaplain
....P. W. C. T.
A.Viitl I. 1 1 H. liar III UIO I I'Uil UII, .1 llll-II 11
Hughes, licensee tf the Bmktt fvilc-on, m fined
; ...- -sa
Tiit Tkvi ' After fcii i:;t truptivU f about a
ruciitL. list lhurs-1 ,y lttj?;t a fiift t f the we!-tuo
traJo winas one mere-, crc.tthi at a va,-t J.ilcrrncc
for ti c tvttor lu tic atti.t r!ntc.
t'r.Kkht. Vie loam ti.at tL.rc W :t ntat.!i
I lajvi in t!.e j-'.a;p. n-l . f tl.e ct'v, 1 l.vy, 1 . twicn
Ictcsi v tUcvr f H. 1J. M. S. 7. .f-i.. an I t !ocn
Hen. lu!ur.ts NVjcUt rit.-ln l 11 .."c'wk
The KuvricN. 'eit Monday is flccti.-u day U-r
KeprvscutatiTij, and judging fr.-r. the lar.' numtsir
j . f candidate? in the bcl !, the e- r.test ill a j i t ite I
j oce iu Hcco'iu'u. There ii uo itnmevli ati j ttty iue
cr priuciple iuvvSie-J, tid the tele rn bb!r tuiu
oa li aotiv.ty and personal popularity f the api-
raat. Joe fc-liowiog 1? a lit of the oan-h life
far as wo are advised :
W. C. Jones.
H. L. Sheldon.
W. S. Bahukuli.
J. K. I'nauna,
J. . ." irlt r,
4V . I.. M.-vlioiitii,
t;. w ivir.
1 Mi!,, i
Firemen's Parade. The Fire lopartinrtit ha its ;
annual parade to-day. The following if the route to .
le followed by the procession : Starting from the
Bell Tower at 10$ a. m., up Hotel to M iuii:ikca,.h wti
Maunakea to King, along King to Nuuitiu, down
Jiuuanu to Queen, along viueeti to Foil, tip Foil to
King, along King to Punchbowl, up PuucMmiwI to j
Beretania, along Bcrctania to Fort, up Fut t to Kukui, j
along Kukui to Xuuanu, lovn Nuuaimto lL rctanii,
where No. 4 will pass in review down Nauiiiu to ,
King, where No. 1 will pass in review down King j
to Fort, when the Hose Co., will p."s in icmcw up
Fort street to the Bell Tower, wheie N. '2 mi l the
Hook ci Ladder Co., will pass iu review. Previous
to taking up the line of march, there will be an in
teresting ceremony, being the premutation l y Chief
Engineer Hassinger in the name of " Mechanic " No.
2, to Messrs. Wni. B. Wright, Bichaid Gillihind, and
Wra. Adams, of appropriate badges, they being the
three surviving members of the original m-ganii alioii
21 years ago.
Thirty Days of Hawaiian History 7.
1IY S.VNI'OIUi It. 1ki.I:.
THE LEI51SLATI4 E I l.lCTIO.N KOft KINO.
As the eighth of January drew near, riiumrs be
gan to circulate to the effect that (Yl. Kalakaua was
making every effort to intliicnce the legislators in his
favor, and much uneasiness was felt lest the election
of the first should be reversed by the actii n of the
Legislature, in which case there seemed little doubt
but that serious civil disorder would ensue. On the
afternoon of Monday the sixth, these rumors devel
oped into definite reports, and it wus stated that
Hon. Mr. Kipi, a member from Hawaii t.f consider
able influence, had been gained over by Col. Kala
kaua. Later in the evening several more members
were reported to have followed Mr. Kipi.
Kalakaua had staked his hopes on the legislative
election. It does not appear that he eutered the
election of the first of January as a candidate, but
simply strove by his proclamation and in other ways
to cause its failure.
Tuesday had been appoiutcd for the funeral of the
late king, but after the troops und people began to
assemble for the procession, the clouds which had
been gathering on the mountains through the morn
ing, darkened the whole sky and omed down a
copious shower which scattered the gathered mourn
ers and caused the funeral to be postponed till Satur
day. In the evening the accounts of the recreancy
of representatives became more definite and alarm
ing, and it seemed doubtful whether the election of
the Trincc could be carried, especially as it was be
lieved that a considerable number of the nobles were
unfavorable to him. The excitement in the city of
Honolulu both amone: native fcMMtjwn
ureat, ana me morrow was awaited with anxious
The eighth of January opened with a bright, calm
moraine. All business was civen up to Ihe one
work of the day, the settlement of the succession
to the throne. During the forenoon the streets were
filled with groups of people of all classes and races,
eagerly talking over the coming event. The latest
rumors as to the position of the different represent
atives were discussed with discouraging conclusions
The nobles were weighed in the balances of public opin
ion but without brightening the prospect. Actual
fighting was regarded as inevitable should the elec
tion reverse the vote of the first. Many prepared
themselves for emergencies by arming.
Early in the morning Prince Lunalilo with a num
ber of his friends debated the events of the day and
their possible results. Little satisfaction was gained
from this consultation. They were unable to count
enough undoubted supporters in the Assembly to en
sure the election. The Prince was grave and anx
ious. He was aware of Ihe spirit of the people and
that it was their resolute determination to greet him
as King that day. No one could divine all that
At the same time quite a different scene was tak
ing place at Kalakaua's house. The gallant Colonel
' was preparing himself and his friends for the for
; tunes of the day over the viands of a well uppoiuted
breakfast, to which a number of the representatives
and others had been invited. The affair was gener
ally regarded as a political move, but whatever may
have been the intention, the meal passed off in an
ordinary manner, and little was said about the
claims of the rivals to the throne. Ihe ntitnUr
present was small.
Noon was the time fixed for the sitting of the
Legislature, and as it drew near the current of
movement in the streets, tended toward the Court
House; many of the crowd were armed with stones and
cudgels and some with revolveis, borne with a grim
determination to sec the question settled immediately
and their choice proclaimed as King in one way if
not in another. They thronged into the Court House
square and surrounded the building, where they
. quietly waited for such instruction as events might
afford. When the doors of the audience division of
I the Legislative Hall were ojened, those nearest
thronged in and filled it at ence. At noon the As-
sembly was called to order. Nearly all of the merti
i bers were in their seats A few moments later a
! tumultuous cheering from the crowd outside an
j nounced the arrival of the Piince, vvho had walked
! over from his lesidence 4vith two or three friends.
Wheu he entered the Hall, the audience arose aud
welcomed htm v itli hearty shouts.
! Business was onened by the presentation ami read-
ing by the Cabinet of the" late king, documents re-
lating to his demise and to their subsequent official
I action. The motion was then made that the Legis
i lature proceed immediately to the election of a king
from among the chiefs of the kingdom, according to
the provision cf the Constitution for a vacancy in
the succession ; when this was passed, Lunalilo left
the Hall, and awaited in an adjoining room, the re
sult. As the members had taken their seats they
had each received a duplicate letter from Col. Kala
kaua, stating his claim to the throne as being a
member of an ancient and honorable line of Hawai
ian chieftains, and requesting their votes in the en
suing election. The letter was manly in its tone and
couched in simple and appropriate language quite
different from his gorg.-ous manifest.; of the twenty
eighth of December. He w is not present through
the proceedings but remained at the Pl ice with the
military on guard over the still unbtiried corpse of
the late king. Another paper printed over the sig
nature of " TJe People " was also distributed among
the members reminding them of the national deci
sion of New Year's day nod sngnesting that they
should all sign, their names to their ballots that it
might be known who, if any, should try to thwart
the wishes of the people. For the more successful
carrying out t.f this suggestion, Mr. Simon Kaai,
member from Hawaii, made the extraordinary mo
tion that each member should sign hi.i name to the
' back tf his ballot. After onic Iriflirg rppotition
' fiota Mr. Kipi and one or two other, the motion wt
: carried with littlt tr no dissent in the f bow of Landg
j It is undeniable that the threatening and determined
sj ect of the Coucourif cf profit in and around the
: bud ling awed the positive opposition whi.:h certaiidy
j exited, iiiin aj pairnl coiiipliance. Tho bl!otiijj
j t k lace inui.c! lately Uh n Ihe i'iage if this rve-
' td ct ion TI.e meiubert li-itig ca!!e-l ofl by thectatk
Wi ttt up ot.e by one t.i the tabic and di p.ile.J thfir
v.t. lliciioi.c it the UKr iial t!ini t fl with
the i,;iiatiii- in h tt 1 ut'U ihcm. It wa a Ihnil
in; un nt. i r.t. The au iieijee iu Ihe Hail and the
pi i it crowd t.uUide weie an ailent as the gtave and
!iBct breathless with excitement. The firt ballot
toll .fl I.unahlo for Kinr,." lite vtxA was
the me; and (he next. Al each one was repoited,
the result was telegraphed by lLoto who tl roll gel
the ipea wiudow to the pet-plo below. 8a the till.
ii;p- went t u in the huhel itillnea of the great a,
fcmtly, till as the numtr reaehed a Lare tnajoiity
Atul Ihua far, all for I.unal.lo, a cheer eaiue up from
the grounds and gathering atretigth burt in a deaf
ening n.ar which rose and fell l.ke the crisis) vf a
etorm; the outhkirt of the civwd took op the refrain
and the trevta leading into the auie arnt ou their
auweiing nhoute. Never before htd the rapitnl
len the acene of eviual ontho.iaMn. The whole cily
ecluKvI with the triumphant aoidauiatiouo, and uW-
u t ha us milt away listt ncl to the hearty wthon.e of
the new King.
When the Counting of ballot was over in Ihe
Hall, diowing a unanimous vote for I.unalilo, Die
au In nee arose and hailed the retult in a mauiier
which was an echo of th outiidc ciilhuaia.iu. In a
few miiiutrs tlie K ing a-paiA'd ou Ihe we.t.'in but.
Cony i-f the tVui I House and was iif. r..uly wel
comed by the dense throng of h i in w aubjiYta be
low. He made a tliort tpecch lth in the Hawaiian
and Eiiglh languages; and then, dispensing with
! the carriage that were Awaiting hiui, wt t.ul ..i
! lolani Ihe PhUco on fool; but he did hot go aloue;
' there was indeed no military Cortege; imdiuui aud
J bugles announced hi progiva; no uniforms; and
j feathers lent their glory to this ttluiophal march.
Bareheaded and reverently the King walked, with
the Chancellor of the Kingdom al his aide, while the.
I people did him honorable ,emxirt. , The gi rat crowd
! who gave him his first welcoioe aa King, tun ned
around him in wolid mass m fe went, and thua the
imposing roccsi-ion moved through ihe direct, cili
zens all, vanguard and rearguard and heralded only
by the hearty hurrahs of the xipulaee.
When night ratne Ihe town bUied Willi illumina
tion., and a huge torchlight piocfNsioii, oiganited by
the patriotic German Club, wound its dazzling
4vay through tiie place for Lour. , . r y .
TIIK CORONATION TIIK ri'MBAL H.
The thirty days arc almost over. Their work is
accomplished. Hawaiian cititenshlp is vindicated
A step upward in achieved. It remain but to men
tion the attendant ceremonies of Ihe ojn'iiing of the
new regime and the closing of the old.
The morning comes with the usual tropin biil
liaiiey. The whole community ia astir. Everybody
is out for the grateful woik of Ihe day. Flag Out
ter gaily from staffs and masts. The interior of Ihe
great stone church nhineg with flags and flowers
The people, their guests, the coiumUisionci', navy.
men and strangers from other lands. their nobles
and rulers, themselves, the king-iuakera, with their
wives ami children gather in tho pews and gnlleilea
and throng the aislee and fill Ihe church-yard. The
soldiery of the kingdom make a lane to Ihe chinch
door. At noon the King with a few oflicluls t.f high
rank and attended by Ihe glittering stall of tho bile
king, comes on foot to the church aud pases up Ihe
aisle to the platform; his arrival ia greeted with ac
clumatious. Tho ceremony ia rather like the Inau
guration of a president than the coronation of u
king. The Hawaiian have no ancestral crown, but
the splendid emblem of sovereignty the royal feathci
robe is laid over the Ihroue, and sealed upon lis shin
ing folds, Lunalilo the King, receives the glad recog
nition of his subjects while discharges of artillery
from Punchbowl an'! the men-of-war add their loud
acclaim. After the oath cf office ia sworn, Ihe King
delivers addresses to the legislature- and to the o
i.Ie in both language. It ia an impressive scene
the young King, dressed in plain black, with his tiue
and commanding figure and dignintvl lwurinor, sur
rounded by the attendant officials in brilliant uni
forms, and the fnlbuaiastio assembly iu holiday
ntiio. The aid and blessing of the King of Kings
is besought in earnest words of prayer, and Iheu the
venerable old church I left to its own week day soli
tude. Again the cily is wholly given up Iu tejoiclus-
Agaiu as the sun goes down, lights Hash from vilUV
and cottage and the army of lurches drives Ihe night
before it through the streets
One more day. The remains of His lain MajeMy
arc on the way lo their unseasonable L-urial Jin
procession is imposing with military display, tnjl
well appointed arrangements. Home and foreien
officials (read the dead march iu their places wilh
manner of appropriate solemnity. Flalely kahilib
move in gloomy majesty around the funeral car.
Out from under the black pall which half hides the
s-plcn lid coffin, flushes the golden sheen of tho roys!
feather cloak. The national baud lament Ihe dead
in classic strains from the old masters. And yet few
unofficial mourners follow the pageant. The peoplo
are there as spectators only and line Ihe roadside In
stead of making a . part of the procession. Joy
rather than sorrow is the popular expression, and a
the new King passes as chief mourner, scarce ran
the shouts of the roadside throngs be restrained, in
spite of the solemnity of the occasion. When Ihel
funeral ceremonies are ended, Ihe lust player said
the vollies fired, the black kahilis placed slandiue
before the Mausoleum door, then the prevailing Joy
and gladness bieait iortu and Luna, do ndes buck It
his Palace and the duties of Ids reign with lite jubi
lant acclaim of a spontaneous ovation of his sub
jects. -.' Tnr. Kxu.
Mit. I'.kitor: The law is for all, and must msL
no distinction in respect lo individuals and no dir-I
crimination in regard to offenses. You must not ged
up a hue ami cry against cue kind of misdeed, ami
let another sleep; or if you do so discriminate, yoii
ought to Attack the greater wrong and let the h-rfse
rcpose till a more convenient lime. But Ihe chlt-
oiheer of the law is not doing so, at this lime. He i-f
occupied with what concerns the stomach, aud i
neglecting entirely what concerns Ihe heatt of the
people. He is only anxious about that which limy
stupify the body, and entirely indifferent aUiut Ihn
which may j-oison the mind. He is busy with i
moral broom and the strength of Ihe law lo swecj
away or pour out vials of extract from cr?ri, rye
molasses and juniper, which are capable no doubt o;
dointr a certain measure of hurt, when abused: but
he will not touch the filthy extracts from nasty men's.
minds, which are ever spread before Ihe tieople a
tnentat food, and luusl do incalculable hurt howeveJ
used. But let him present a correctly IramdaUsi
chapter of Kobiana Lo before any intelligent jury (
Christian men, and as many bottles of illioit rum as Iii
may please on the other hand, and he would soon se
which they would indict as Ihe greater crime.
Awa on Kauai.
Kauai, Jan. 20th, 1874
To tlit J Hi tor of the Pacific CoimitercUtl A-lmlistr
Hai : Owing to the frequency of meetiujf peoplJ
ori the public roads with quantities of Awa root tiling
to their saddles, and as frequent seeing irr effects i
the bloatcl countenances of some who use if, I a&M
for information if the laws enacted for the regulatloif
of its sale and use are still in force, or net. I as!
this more particularly because its use (or ratheJ
abuse) in this District is unmistakably very much 01
the increase, and the supply comes from Honolulu
l Yours, &.C., ' IlASALFL
The laws regulating the sale and use of Awa ar.
still intact on the statute book, though there Lag leo
for years a great deal of laxity in their enforcement
so much so, Ihtt until within a few months pust they
have been looked upon as dead-letter statutes In Ihi
city. At present however, it is supposed ihnt th
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laws are in some uegree rarrie.j out, aitnoueit
without constant supervision things are likely tj
drift back into the old channel. There is one
Awa license for Kauai, and that is at Han aim!
from whence our correspondent wiiles. Possibly tlo'
supplies may be obtained from Houolulu by the Ha y
nalci licensee. For the information of our corretj
pondent, and as a guide for his further investigation,
on the subject of the Awa traffic, we refer Mm t.j
Chapter 65 of the Penal Code, Sections 1 to G loci a J
Dive. Ed. P. C. A
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