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'DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS
VEyESDAY, FEBKtTAKY 14, 18
Jyncc onr last issue, the following names
of successful candidates have been re
ceived, of tbc elections in the districts
iKooknioa, Oaau E. Kclcoa.
AWialaa. " J. At. Poitnli.
jKwanni Yaianae,Oabn. . . . .J. Komoikebaelia.
xanawa, .uaai o. .tuuiu.
' " "ft. Ilanailce.
iKaanapaii, " .............A. Knnkan.
".Vatlnko, - II. Knibelani.
' ' ,:" ' ... J. Lonoaea.
-IMaVaw'ao, " I. Xni,
sUana 44 ... . ..M. Kabananni.
Hllo, Hawaii, .' 1). II. Hitchcock.
' ' S. Kipi.
."jlTana, " ............ .J. K. Nnwalii.
..KaOj . "N". T. Martin.
' .Xtjrth Kona, Hawaii S. K. Kaai.
E SoolliKotia, " J. W. Knpakeei.;
.KohaIa, Hawaii. ......... .J. AV. Xaihe.
Hamakoa, ' G.W.D.Halemann,
. This completes the returns from all
It will be seen that the Cabinet, how
ever desirous thev may have been to,
grant any snbsid y to steamers, are en
tirely controlled by the terms of the Ap
propriation Bill, by the decision of tin
Privy Council. It is also generally known,
that the Webb steamers have not, up to.
the present moment, made any fixed con
nection with the Australian Colonics, and.
none at all except on speculation. They
have, certainly, gone to Sydney, and we
believe on one or two occasions have vis
ited Melbourne. The subsidy, however,
and all the encouragement they have re
ceived, have been from 25"ew Zealand, and
actually, they have only been running to
2Tcib Zealand, though, as we have before
said, as a matter of speculation, they have
visited certain ports in Australia. It is,
consequently, a matterof question whether
according' to the terms of the appropria
tion this Government, "with the consent
of a majority of the Privy Council,"
would be authorized to give them the
subsidy in question. At any rate, our
readers will take notice that it is more
than probable saying nothing in regard
to the wharfage and coaling facilities
which arc offered free here that the fifty
or hundred letters and the equal number
No. 1. Imports Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
So. C Importations of Foreign and Domestic Oil and Bone.
"the districts except those on Kauai, from
whence no communications have been Lad of papers awaiting dispatch from here
Eince the elections. bv the steamer Nebraska, will be refused
."We arc advised by our neighbor that
, the "people's ticket had a decided victory
I over that of the Ministry" at the election
on'3Ljnday week. " It has been a Waterloo
defeat for the Government candidates,"
"and jt has been a more emphatic rebuke
tlian any tbc Ministry bave ever received
in this city." They also inform us that
"cverr influence was brought to bear
money, patronage, promises, threats, and
.persuasion," "but the independent vot-
crs were proof alike against the blandish
ments or threats of the Ministerial agents."
In "our" Scmi-WeeMyoT Feb. 8th, we
find that " The influence of the Kudkoa
and Commercial Advertiser in espousing
- tbe cause of the successful candidates was
justly conceded to have been felt in this
election." This last important fact was
,said to have tal:en place in front of the
"residence, of Mr. II. M. Whitney. The
,(influence of the Commercial Advertiser
(must have been immense, for on the 3d of
.February they Inform us that the number
of tickets was sixteen, and that "there is
no regular ticket representing any partic
ular party, faction or principle1' "each
Drominent candidate seems to have the
plan, or perhaps their friends have done
, so for them, of putting the names of all
the other candidates on their different
tickets. "Wc have been interviewed as to
our favorite candidates. Wc consider the
following ticket as comprising the names
from among the numerous candidates put
forward, of four of the best that can be se
lected to represent this city in the next
"A. F. Judd, Lawyer,
'.T. 0. Carter, Accountant,
" J. Moanauli, Butcher,
"TL Mikalcmi, Farmer.
" Onr readers will see that our remarks
oflast week are eminentlv instificd. This
Custom House Statisties
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, 1872.
Peetared bv W. F. Au.es, Collector
General oe Ccstoms.
CouxcTon Gkxeral's Office, )
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. lOtli, 1872. J
Sir: In conformity with the requirements q
tbe Civil Code, I bare tbe honor to lav befori,
yoar fcxcellency my Annual Keport or the bnsi ,
ness and transactions of this office, with the Static ,
tical Tables, for 1871, in tbc following order, viz t
No. 1. Imports at all tbe Ports.
" 2. Cargoes valued above 10,000.
" 3. Foreign and Domestic Exports.
" 4. Domestic Exports, stowing Country to
" 5. Merchant and Whaling Vessels.
" C. Kxports of Foreign and Domestic Oil and
' 7. Spirits taken for Consumption.
" 8. Value of Duty-paying and Hondefi Good.',
" 9. Customs Receipts.
" 10. Value of Goods imported Free.
' 11. Total Value or Imports.
" 12. National A'csscls at Honolulu.
" 13. Passenger Statistics.
" 14. Hawaiian Registered Vessels.
" 15. Arrivals and Departures or Vessel--
whero from, and wbero to.
Table Xo. 1, choirs a decrease of Imports a
this port of 100,037 52, and a total decrease
Imports of 105,033 80. A large proportion i
this decrease Is in the importations of Oil ani
Tablo No. 2, is a list of Cargoes valued ovo
510,000, showing tbe Ports from which they ai
rived, and the vessels bringing tbem.
Table Xo. 3. The Domestic Exports show :
very handsome gain over last year, in valuo $218
000 40, and in quantities many of tbc leadin;
exports show a large gain. Sugar is somo 2,977,-
034 pounds in advance of last year. The totni
exports show a decrease of $252,873 17 in value
owing to tbe non-export of large quantities o
Table No. 4, shows tho Countries to which
our Domestic Kxports have gone, and quantities
simple remark, which is all that has ever showing a gain in tbe exports of Sugar, Molasses,
been said in favor of these particular can
didates, had an immediate effect upon the
election." " WE " only had to be Inter
viewed and give "OUR" view regard
ing the best men, and the excited popu
lace rushed to the polls to triumphantly
bear "OUIt" banner on; the only won
der being that poor Moanauli fell a little
short. Even at the very moment when
"WE" were endorsing "OUR" can
didates, there was no "regular ticket
representing any particular party, faction
or principle" but as soon as onr issue
had come out, the Independent Party
'sprang from the earth like "Clan Alpine's
warriors true." Ilowcvcr, there is a little
fact which seems to have been forgotten,
ibr on the 6th .of January " OUR" issue
lias it that Messrs. Judd, C. J. Lyon's,
J. O. Carter and Z. Poli had been nomi-
natcd by the " Independents " whoever
they may be and the opinion expressed
.that " it should be a strong one ticket
and well engineered to defeat the Inde-
Paddy, Rice, Poi, nides. Tallow, Pulu, Wool,
and Peanuts, and a loss in Coflcc, Fungus, Salt,
Cotton. Beef, Goat Skins, Oranges, Bananas
Tablo No. 5, shows that 12 more Merchant
Vessels visited our ports than last year, with an
increased tonnagu of 14,745 tons. Tbe number
of Whaling Vessels is very much less, owing to
the almost total destruction of the Fleet in the ice.
Tabic No. C, shows a large falling off in the
shipments of Oil and Bone.
Tablo No. 7, shows a decrease in quantity ot
Spirits taken for consnmption of 1125 gallons,
wholly in tbo fourth quarter.
Table No. 8, shows a decrease in importations
of Duty-paying and Bonded Goods.
Table No. 3, shows a falling off in Total Re
ceipts from last year of $2,483 41. But for the
loss of tho Whale Fleet, our receipts would have
been more than for any preceding year. The
Total Receipts are $221,332 34.
Table No. 10, shows a fallinj off in valuo of
Free Imports of $103,021 04; this is all in
smaller importation of Oil and Bone, owing to
the loss of the Hawaiian Whalers.
Table No. 11, is a resume of the Total Valna
of Imports, showing that the value was $304,-
pendents." So it 'appears that Lyons was 343 15 less than last year.
Tan Independent at that time, yet he fell :
ivofully astern. Why did "WE" go
. back on Lyons ?
2ow, reader, wouldn't you like to know
which'of the sixteen tickets was the "In
dependent" one! those who put them
selves in nomination or those who were
put in nomination by the immense crowd
vof fifteen or twenty men and boys at
' Ivaumakapili Church ? Or was W. C
"Tones, Esq., right when he announced
to the public, in his address on clection-
day, at the Court House, that there was
nio principle that he knew of except an
.honest willingness to serve the people
" and it was every man for himself, God
for us all, and the d 1 take tho hindmost,"
Alt, Porter, Weer, Oder..
Animals and Blrdi
Clothing, lists. Boot....
Crockery and Glassware. .
Tbe Australian JIuils.
We are informed that Mr. Webb, the
Table No. 12, is a table showing tbo different
National Vessels that have visited Honolulu
during the year.
Table No. 13, shows that a total of 3,671 Pas
sengers have arrived at and departed from our
Port this year, with an excess of 873 arrivals.
Included in the arrivals are 1,0S5 wrecked men
from U. S. S. Saginaw, tho Guano Islands, and
tbe Whale Fleet; of these, 224 are known to
havo left as passengers for San Francitco. There
were 1,461 Passengers passed in transitu for San
San Francisco, New Zealand and Australia, an
excess of 327 over last year.
Table No. 14, is a tablo showing the Hawaiian
Registered Vessels to be : eleven Barks, foui
Brigs, two Brigantincs, ono Steamer, twenty-nim
Schooners, nine Sloops, and one Ketch, matin:
a total of fifty-seven vessels, with a tonnage i
8.0G8 24-95 tons, which is a decrease of sevei
vessels and 2,787 1-05 tons from last yeai
There have been Registered the past year, om
Bark, two Schooners', and one Sloop. Tho losse
of Hawaiian Vesiels have been four Whalers am
three Schooners. Four vessels have changed t
Table No. 15, shows the Number and Tonnaj-'
Taney Goods, Milliner;, tc.
run (dry ana saiti
Fnrt and I Tory
Grain and Feed .............
Groceries and Provisions
Hardware. .agrricoltural Imple
ments, Tools tC
Iron ant Steel.........
Jet-dry, Tlate, Clocks...
Xaval Stores ...
Oils, (Whale, Kerosene, Cocoanul,
Opium.... ...... ..... ....
Palntsand Paint Oils
Perfumery, Toilet Articles...
Saddlery. Carriages, 4c,
Stationery, Bocks, tc
Tin, Tinware. ...............
Tobacco, Cigars.. ...... ......
Sundry Mdse not Included In
Sundry Side. Imported by whalers
Sundry un?pei1Dea aiase
Charees on Invoices
S IV r Cent, added on Uncertified
I, Oil iS
TIL. coons i
S Ml 1
51,244,941 13:S292,635 33
, 2S,VIS !
15,772 23 .
Forelcn catch exported to US,
" " Bremen
Total Spring shipments '21 6,176
For. catch exported to U S
Haw. do do do
For. do do Bremen
Total Fall shipments.. ..
Tear's shipments. ,
Jio. 7 Spirits Tnkcn out or Bond Tor Consnmption.
Importers and Dealers in
! Hardware & General Merchandise!
No. OS EZIIVO STREET,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE!
For SeL& at Low 3rS.isi.tGs.
Value of Gooilspayingdnty imported
nt jionoiniu, irom
United States. PaciSe side..
United SUtes. Atlantic side .
Australia and w Zealand...
Hong KonK.... .....
Sea, by Whalers
Islands of the Pacific .......
. I2i,447 11
. 122,178 76
. 191,999 05
IU1UC Ul UUUU3 HICIUUlDg ojjiriiss
United Mates, Atlantic side. tltrX4U6 0il
United states, racinc tide ,4,503 29
Great Britain 34,54329
Australia and New Zealand 32,063 S3
Sea, by Whalers 24.960 22
Germany. 18,641 65 ,
British Cblimbla 3,253,50
Tahiti. 1,674 12
Islands of the PaciSe 1,133 80
lions lone........ orzat
DOOR LOCKS OF Alili KINDS!
Discounts S.93S 65
Dsicounts on United StatesCurrencT.. 18.412 371
Damaged and Short t 3,418(0
IMP0KTS AT OTHER PORTS, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
No. 0. Customs Receipts.
Import Duties Goods 128,90515
epulis oj,m ,u
Xo. 2. Cargoes Invoiced above 810,000.
proprietor of tbc ""Weill) Line" to New
'' Zealand, lias instructed his agents here to
I-, refuse to take the mail for the Colonies
unless tue subsidj- voted by the iegisia- 0f Vessels tbat bave arrived and iepulcf
Jture, providing lor a montuiy commumca- tbo Flag under which they ssiled, tha conntr.
iHtlon With the Australian Colonics, is paid I Irom which they arrived, and the country 1
u!. to' the line, vit, $2000-.per month. We which they sailed,
.ouolc below the autlibritv civen the Gov- The Tab,es show a "cess of S2CG.185 18 in
emment hy the lasftegislature, in the vaIao of TolsJ "ExPat' ovcr ToUl ImPorts- As
mattPP of snhsidies to a line of steamers lbh wcess h in lhe iDcreased DomcstiqExporU,
,:to JfeTV Zealand and the Australian Colo
inics. Wc copy from the Appropriation
..Bill, passed hy the TjCgislature of 1870
it shows that the domestic indastries of the
Kingdom are on tbe increase.
It is with pleasure that I call yonr Excellency'
attention to tho Yearly Exhibit, as it shows tba
To be paid at the discretion of His Majesty's I the Customs business is improving from year ti
Cabinet, with tho consent of a majority of the year. - ,
J?riTT Conncil.in sums not to exceed Two Thon-
sand Dollars per Month to any line of Steamers,
running between tho Port oi Ilonolala and Ans
' tralia and New Zealand, making Honolulu a ter
minus or stopping-place for reccirimj and deliver--ing
I havo the honor to bo, Sir,
Your Excellency's Most Ob't Serv't,
W. P. Allej,
OoUedor General nf Customs.
To His Excellency, J; Mirrr Sinrnf ' . -4
JT. II. M. ZRnisSer of Finance, tft, ttc, Ce
D C Murray
Wm Lo Laebucr.
D C Murray
J A Falkinbnrg..
City of Melbourne
J A Folkinbar:
City of AdclaidcJ
R W Wood
U C 'Hylic
City of Melbourne
D C Murray.
Boston . ......
Iloipitsl Fund fPassencersi
M. If. Fund (Seaum) ,
Ilnoyg ................ .... ....
Coasting Licenses ,
Passports .. ...........,
Fines and Forfeitures....
Samples....; . ..
Total JJbnoInlu 1220.631 67
Lahslna $192 74
nil 3S8 43
Kawalhae 67 50
Kealakekua 2 00
, 223.815 75
Keceipts for 1S70..
Decrease for 1871 T J2.4S3 41
Animals and Birds Sl,374 40
llajs and Containers (returned)..... ... 31500
Books printed in awaiiau ........ 96065
Diplomatic Heprcsentatlres 950 43
Foreign Whalers 2.167 62
jwallan Whalers 12.239 8
awallan GoTernmeot ......... 28,107 37
His Mnjesty 1,381 29
Iron, Plato and Pig 5,359 43
rersonaiana louscnoia Ecects fold ana
In -use) 5,672 57
Plants and Seeds..... 12279
Returned Cargo 3,07876
Sheathing Metal 3,60574
Specie T56.031 56
Sundries, by permission . ......... 3,906 00
Tanning Materials.. 691 02
Tools of Trade, iiiEio . 722 65
Value imported free at II llo 518 00
No. 11 Itesimic-' -Imports.
Value Goods paying dtitles ... ..
" and e-ptrits bonded
" " Imported free
" Imported at Illlo, paying duties
" " free
" 41 Lnhaina, pnjlng duties.,
' ' Kealakckua, free ,
, 1,207.112 70
Ho. 12. Nnlionnl Vessels at Honolulu.
Pnitlocliii Brass and Iron, from 1 to 4 Inch; Cupboard Brass anJ Iron, fram 2 lo 4 tech ; Brawex
and Till, Chest and Trunk, and'Dojr Collar Locks.
Door- Iloltst Sprlns and Chain, Square and Tower, Wrooglit asdiut, Bfxia a SKI ma. X&a
for Uoors, Tlctnrcs and Curtains.
D o o x and. G-ate Latches.
IlooliS llooks and Staples, llooks and Eyes, Brasa and Iron Screw HooVa and Ejss, CtsiHt Heeks
Picture Hooka, Curtain Ilookj, Hasps and Slaplea.
Butts Iron, Fast and Loose, Cast and Wrought, .'rota 1 to 4lflnca; Bra, rrenn 1 Ia4 tMk; Ss
Butts and Back Flaps, assorted.
Sash Fasteners and Window Spring's.
IIInRcss T and Strap, from 1 to IS Inch. Ilundless Chest and Drawer, is Krje aaat. Stasia
Hollers Brass and Iron, assorted.
IlrncItctN Wall, Corner, Shelf and Lamp. Crmtorsi Table and JMsf, IB BfW, lm Mht rTsMd.
Tnclta Copper, Iron and Tinned, single and double pointed.
A Large & Varied Assortment of Shoe Findings
Including Men's and Boy's Lasts and Boot Trees, Shoo Pegs awl Xaib ef
every kind, Shank Irons, Size Slicks, Shoulder Sticks, Kaivast. Jb.
Thompson's Hawaiian Saddle and Sole Leather.
Bridle and Saddle Farnlture-Bridle and Harness Buckles f aR sites, Tfcwd, PiateU aadt
Jappanned; Mexican Ornaments, Mexican Girths, Wooden Stirnrp, TlMcit asl fcsjmit
Rings, from Jf to Inches.
Bits of all Sorts and. EZIjicI..
I. Plotrx One of the most ralvable of Aplcnltnral Implements, and wMsji raaf hfl property- ebsseei
with those termed "More Useful than Ornamental," "Seat bat Bot Oaadj.' Plnnuatlana
II ocfs Bright and Half Bright, Kos. 0, 1 and
77TtiJL"to Zinc amri Lcacl, rvnei itcci Zioatu.
Colors-Dry and In Oil; Lamp Black, 1'utlr, Cbalk and Wbtltog; Tn-fnot AW, MM itttJ
Oil and Tnrpcntlnc. Axles Assorted, Hair I'atent and Coesbiob ; SpvISM, amis Ac
HENRY RIFLES. CARBINES and CARTRIDGES.
SpiltcH Ship, rialn and Galvanized, Cat and Wrought, rtnil.-s. from
mid lVuslicrsf Galvanized and flaln; rsuts and nasners. Ului
W to 6rM. Kanslass
: rsu ami Dark.
AsalTEn. Xanox. Name. I CoMMlSDru. floss. Tsox. Sin.cn. PssTIXlTXOTr.
Jannnry 12. French... Ilanielin.. .. hi. Toothlcr 4 Tahiti Jan. 25. Cruise
February 2. nritlsli... Scjrlla IP. A. Herbert 16 Victoria. B. C. Feb. 17. Victoria, B. C.
April 27. Uritlsh ..Zealous lAdmiral Farunhar 20 Pajta, Teru.. Slay 6. San Franelsco.
Slay 5. Russian .. lmas IComniodVe 1'ilkine 7 San Francisco. May 7. Japan
August 6. American. Jamestown... III. Ohcrardi 16 Valparaiso ... Atiff. 21. 5an Francisco.
August 24. Russian .. Boyarln B. Serkofl" 7 San Francisco. Aug. 31. Japan
September 5. Husslan .. Itoumroutl.... 31. Coumany 7 Callao.. Oct. 1.
December 22. American. California Admiral lVlnslow. 21 ian Francisco. In rcrt.
December 23. American. Jfarragansett . Ii. W. Meado .... 5 San Francisco. "
A Fine Assortment of Brushes of All Kinds.
mm mm piott nnnF
i ii liiu
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL LANTERNS.
No. 13 PRSSctigera Stntlstlc., Arrivals &, Departures, Fort or Iloiiolnlit.
FKOJt II TO
FROM AND TO.
Ho. 3. Domestic Exports, Honolulu.
I'd, bbls ...
Calfskins, pkgs 40, pes
Mieepkins " vW.pcs
Snerm Oil. rails
Whale Oil, galls
Irory, lbs 5S2
Walrus Hides, pea 450
Hay, lIes 04. tons
arK l ins, pKgs.
Totatocsbbis , 68
Pumpkin , 20
Tamarinds, bags..... 0
Ginger, pkgs........ ..... 15
Limes, bxs 14, and f 2,000
Plants and seeds, pkgs... 5
Betel Leaves, cs.... 22
Preserres, cs I
Koa Lumber, pes 23
Curios, pkgs 39
San Francisco... ;
Oregon and Washington Territory. .;.
Victoria I1C .-r... :..
China and Japan .
Australia and Xew Zetland,
Islands and Ports in the N. and S. Facinc.
Atlantic I'orts, United States
Total Arrivals for tha Year
" Departures 11 -
Excess of Arrivals over Departures
Pitsscngers In tra
From Australia and New Zealand bound lo San Francisco...,
From San Francisco bound to New Zealand and Amiralia...,
:::::: 3 Ii 1
...... I I J I TrjTS
KEROSENE OIL TO ARRIVE PER SYREN FROifl BOSTON !
57" Our Stock is replenished by every California Steamer and also ly ersjry
Sailing Vessel from Europe and the United States.
Every Effort Hade to Give Satisfaction!
4 call zxxx3. EszaTTi ino !
Jio. 14 List of Hnwniinn Registered Vessels.
Total value Domestic Trodoce F.iported, Including tho
catch of Hawaiian Whalers.....
Furnished as supplies to Whalers, as per estimate.....
- 31ercnantmen, ....
National Vessels ....
AH Other rnrti all vessels, cargoes and snpplies, es
Total of nil Kxports Hnwniinn Islands.
Value Foreign Goods Exported.....
Value Domestic Goods Exported. ,
Value Domestic Goods furnished as supplies..
$ 15a,74 99
.Hcrchant Vessels and Steamers nt Ports of the
VVlinlinR Vessels nt Ports of the Hnwniinn Islands.
Moi Kciki. ,
Oii Fellow ,
Lire Yankco ....
rourth of July,
iflerchntitineli, Vi'linlera nntl Trader.
11. W. WooJ
A. J. Tope
It. C. YVjlie.
Fire Fly ,
Wm. II. Allen
SUPItEJIE COUIIT or the Hawaiian IS
LANDS IN" PROBATE. In the matter efthe Estate of
SAMUEL JACOBS, f Koolaupoko, Oahu, deceased, testate.
Order to show cans, od application of Executor for order or
Sal. ot Real Estate.
On reading ami filing tho petition or James n. Anstin, 1.x-
ecutor. of tho Will of Samuel Jaeidi. of Koolaupoko. Oahu,
praying for an order of sale of certain real estate betonrlng to
mo saiu riaie anu seinns; nriu ceriain irgt itusni .uj
such rral estate snoultl M soia :
It is hereby ordered that the next of kin and all persons In.
teresteil In the said estate, apnear before this Court Oft SAT
L'I'.DAY. the Seventeenth dsy ofrebrnarr. A. 1. 1S72, at 10
I vetoes A. 3l at lue uonrs itonm 01 luts txrarv, id iioawsia,
then and there to show cause why an order abouM not be
granted for tbo sale or such estate :
And It l further ordered, tbat a tenv of this order be pub
lished at least three successive weeks before tbe saU day ef
heating. In the Hawaiian uazelte, a newspaper puoiuneu in
Dated Honolulu, II I. January 251b, 1572.
Attest: Chief Jostle or the Snprrni. Court.
Jxo. E. Biaxaan, Deputy Clerk Sop. Court. 33t
SUMKME COURT OP THE 1IA.1VAIIAX
ISLANDS. In l'iJ.t. In the matter of tha Gaar-
dianshipofCHAS. K. ELLIS and HARRIET ELLIS, and of
the Estateo! lAUAU.,tw.lueceasea. AiiDsmirs,Mnr0
Mr. Justice Widemann.
On reading and flliog the petition and accounts of G.
I'. JUDD, Guardian of CIIA1ILF.S K. ELLIS and IIAR
IIIET ELLIS, children of KAU.VU.t, lata of Honolulu.
deceased, wherein h asks to be allowed S617.12, and char
ges himself with 1417.12. ami asks that the same may
be examined and approveiL aud that a final order may be
made of distribution of tho property remaining In bis
hands to the persons thereto entitled, and dischargitis; him
and his sureties from all further responsibility as such
Guardian and Administrator of the Estate of KAUAI' A, (w.)
It Is ordered, that WEDNESDAY, the 2?lh day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1S72, at 10 o'clock, 1. x., ber.re tba sard justice,
.. r. . I. if,, I T nrt .. ., 11 nl.ln 1 . n.1 , V..
same hereby 1s appointed as the tima and plat, tor hearing
said petition anu areouois, ana luaiaiipersonsinieresiesim.y
then and there appear and show eause, if any they have, why
tbesaaielhonld not be granted, aaj may present nvWeex. as
towh. ar. entllleil la the said nronertr. An.1 that Ibis order.
In the Enetish language, ba published In the Iliwiuax Ga
um newspaper, piintest and published la Honolulu, for
three luceesslTe weekl previous to the time therein appointed
r.r said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu. II. I., this 30th day of January. A. D.
1S72. 11, A. WIDEMAJJM,
Attest: Justice or tu. Suprerae Ourt.
J.Td. E. Citvinp, Deputy Cletk Mi
SDPKE3IB COUIIT tr !! Hawaiian
and, la PitaM 1st tsWeaaltsr sat tfc. sMMvaf JHCHAM,
B. UD.N.N, Ht. Haaam, tlmi. dm sa.sl. asssTasTtt.
taniMp .1 Ma mJsior Wsri. it ClwsaSsr. sis HefaSfa
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rnlaoT Wn of N.B. (in, sn.afMs.siyl, Kassat, i.w.i.iS
asking tbat lb. saas. nsay W .ajsni.l smsl inisiia. mi
thai a fliwl qttSt my b. laasof JNsrlt arts af rW mi. n.
rtmsrolag la av balsas to tk. aamx rWrasa msssN s. asat
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Mllty ts six la I4tar.tstr.svti.
It laoruVseed tkat 1TID.N Ell. A V. tk. 3k aW af Xaf-k.
A. D. 1172, as lsWckvk. a. lsw. ik. Taf :iv.u
Cbaml.rs la lb (VshiKssmsI lfmitsra ts s 1st, urn,
hereby is sppwlatnl as tk. Hsh ma rtaa. w bnirtsx M IV
tltsm and AhiiuiiU, aid Ikat aS risM lSse.,ls4sMsy aksm
and tbar .epaar and ssww easssa. if aay ska. sava. a&r tsW
sam. sbauM wt b granted, aasl mnf f mi isrt rsSSn.s. saSM,
whe are tnlMksl losaW rret-rrlr. AW tkat tks. aniar lm Us.
xugitsa unguag. ea smsa.sm tk. mm
paper priatea i4 fokst. b4 hs MshmSsAs. tW issea. isi i ii.
wkbi pravsaas la sua isms, swiisiss SfMISfal
Datasl llooalas., U. L, tkl. Mb d.yaf n
Atlesl: Osefjasttea IsW a.sssaa Cassrt.
Waitu K. Ssua,
dark at Ik. Sayiaai. fswt saa
So. 4. Tnble of Principal Domestic l'roelticc, showing the Country to which Exported.
United ) Pacific lVTts
States f Atlantic Purts
North German Poets
lu-itlsh Oulumlaa ,
New Zealand and Australia. ...
China and Japan. ...... .......
All other runs Sea Mores..,
Xo. IS Arrivals of Merchant Vessels nt .Honolulu.
Toot J No.
SBPriEME COUIIT OP THE IIAWAIUX
ISLAND!. In Prolata. In th. matter f th. Fjtal. of
W. C. LCNAIHA Order lo show cause on applleatrw of
Ouardlans fr Order ef Sal. .rReal Estate.
On reading and filing th. Petition of CHARLES R. BISHOP
ani CHARLES KANAINA, th. Guardians or tha perMO and
property efW. C. LOSALILO, praying for an ardtr .f .at. 4
certain Real Estate bekxiglng to their H ward, an-I setlhss;
forth eertaln legal reasons why such Ileal Katata shouM Us
It Is hereby ordered, that allYersone Intereated In the saM
eststo. appear beKn thla Court on THURSDAY, th. lHh Jay
of February, A. D. 1S72, at 10 rtietk, A. a, at tbe Ceort
Room of this Court, in Heneluln, then end thers) U show
cans, why an order should bot be granted for tba salt f sock
And It it further ordered; that a copy cf this order b. pub
lished at least three srielT weeks befit, the said Jty of
hearing. In the Hawaiiax Oltim newspaper pnWtihal la
Dated Honolulu, II. L, January S7th, 1S72.
11. .1. n iua)ia.s.i,
Attest: Justice ef the Supreea Oawt.
Jio. E. Bttatib, Dtp. Cletk. 3-sK
1UPKEJIE COURT of the HuwuUshi batwt te
Prafeate Id tba matter of th Data to Tls.s
II. Pease, of llsaduhi, lilarxl af OatHs, Juisiul.
Onler to shw canto on apptVatraej f .tejsaititslfsjsr
for Order of Sato ot Keal Batata.
On readier; and Iliac lite pmn e JatM TV.
Austin, Administrator r th BsUM sx WWan K
l'ease, ef Hsuetutu. Oahu. ders-astJ. arasbvr mr ass
order of late of eeruia Keal Ksteta s4t..si hi tsW aV-
triet of JIaleJea. fslasd f Kauai, kssawn as Kaa-a.
and deserihed m R.al Palest Xes. SSsW tsfangtsss;
tho 1W Bslsie. awl Kttruz rarlh eertaist kasjal ksuom
why iaeh real ettaie skastM W fM.
It is hereby rderwt tbat th next at Us Tl.WtaM
deeoased and all perma jstteraMett la ttra tsli osrMr.
appear before thtt Court an MtHftay, Ska 4t 4f ft
March, a. n. 112. at 1 Vatoak A. a. at at CH
P.oom of this Court, la HoutJura. tkast aenl tW to
show eause why an atsler stWuW nsM to jaaattat 1r
tha tale af loess estate. ,
And It U further tsntereii lisat a efy asf rM artrer
he pubUtked at tea St thfM sacettslra wesrke im
lhe saM day ef bearrog, to Hie Hawasaaa aasasVr
newspaper, puMlsked hi saU Hsaslulsa.
Dated Ilonolala, II. I.. Pais. . WT7.
ALFRED S. KAHTW8U.
Attest: Jaetteo of tka .m,mm, CssH,
J to. K. riAaxAan, Deputy 9erk. a-St
Dcpnrtnrcs of Merchant Vessels from Honolulu.
Paclfie Atlantic Ti,,i, n,,, ., f!, China Australia Russia South Cod-
rorts Ports TUPA' 7" r",'"' "n.0. and and Slicronesla and American TahltL II.Mng Guam. njL Total.
rtaS- P. State.. P. Stales. P C' 1Y,U- I,ltnJ- Japan. V. Taland Rus. Poss r..tts. Tovsge
NajTons. Na Tons. Na Tons. No. Tons. No. Tons. No. Tons. So. Tons. No. Tons. No. Tons. No, Tons No. Tows. No, Tn.. No. Tons y r-mii NolTons No. Tons.
Amsriitn. 43l26,216 1 Si6 4 1,673 17 10,70 S 2J41 12 23,139 I 337 1 1 3 2M 1 257 77 7 Mlsij
British.... S 5,553 4 1,520 1 600 f 3,23) 4 2,084 11 8,595 1 573 1 1S5 1 444 1 43 42 22,07
German 4 1,004 3 $57 71 4.S61
Hawaiian. 6 2,497 1 673 4 77 1 (W ! 186 1 81 2 378 , It a 003,
Sweden 1 437 .. , .' 1 437
Norway 1 563 1 Jfj
Portugal.. .. 1 ii: . . 553
Tahiti.... .... .. ... .. .... .. .... .. .... .. . .. .... .. .... .. . .. .. .... 2 34t . jji 2 m
Totals. 58 34,2651 1 S761 9 3.1S3 l 573 1 800 33119,70a)-ljl 5,64(4 27 32,307 4 523 5) 224 1 573 8 l.HO 1 2J7T toT T tT TiWlCO,7(l
SUPHF.Jin COUIIT ol tha Hawaiian Isl
snds la Probate. Island of Oahu. ItawaHaa Islauda. In
the matterof th. Estate of ROBERT SIOmtT, lata of Ka
naka in iM Ittsnd deeeaseil.
A document, pumfllnr to b. the last Will and Testament
of the sal I RODIlItf MOi riTT. deceased, httl.g to lb. IHh
dsyefDeremlier, A. D. U51, been prestated IomM PreUt.
Court, and a petition for th. probat. Ibr,f, and for tha U.
suancu of letters Lstamen tary to !h extcutors tbtra name.1
Laving been filed by W. I. Oreen ;
It It hertby ordered, that WEDNESDAY, the 3rd day ef
April, A. P. 1S72, at ten o'ebvk, A. v., ef saM day. at tka
Court Room of saM court, at Honolulu, lu th. Island of Oak a,
be, and rh. Mm. is, hertby appointed the ttra. far pr.tsg
said Will and hearing said application when where any
tarson interested may appear aad contest th saM VVRI, and
d. granting 01 Letters icsiamrnury.
It It further ordered, that aotle Iherouf bo riven bv naVH.
ib, sor sweiv. buct.ssiv. we.as.ia ino lltWAQia UA
a newspaper printed and published In llonalolu.
THE nOUSE nnd premises
Ko. 150 Kouaaa Atcnne, at preient
occupied by W. L. CUE EN, Esq. rossession given
on the first of April.
Alto Tbe Houso ani premises Ko. 143 adjoining.
Pouetsion given Immediately.
For particulars apply to. C. E. WILLIAMS
or J. II. WOOD.
Ilonojulu, Feb. Jib, 1S7I 4
" Golden Rod" Tobacco.
OA CASKS of this article for sale low, by
AiJ (4) UOLLE3 i CO,
To Let !
THE PREMISES LATELY oeeunleil
by MP. J. PI0KFOHD as lhe "Criterion" Coffee
House and Billiard Room, corner of Qneen and fort ctreeU.
These are very suitable fsr a retail store or US era.
AUU-t furnished cottage ax vtaiaifci ueacn.
Apply to Tf, L. GREEN.
noaolnla. Jan'y 0th. 1S72. 82-lf
An Englisn Governess,
CTaTIIO HAS HAD SOJIE E3CPERIEKCE
V V with Trainp children, desires a re-enea-rement. Ad-
ureta, stating full particulars, "TV Post Office," Honolulu.
TTTII1UII1 OT0H PlIOHj-per
1 1 for bale hy
UVLLLti A CO.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL !
THE NEW nOTEI. will bo
opened for tbo reception of gueits
About the IBth of February
'. The Proprietor will snare no saini
to make this Elegaoi;iIotel FIRST CLASS ia every
particalar. lie intends to make the charges for rooms
and board especially reasonable.
3-3t ALLEN HERBERT, Prop'r.
CALIFORNIA. HAMS for sale by
i BOLIsES & CO.
subscribing, witnesses to said Will, and to the bttf f Ik
testator la Kings County. Ireland, aid lu lb. HeaaHaa Is
lands to appear and contest th. probata of said Win, at the
Dated Honolulu, II. I., Dmlr lllh, A. D.1I7L
K. 11. ALLEX,
Attest: Chief Justieoofth. Supreme Court.
Witrra B. gut. Clerk. t12t
IS the matter or lhe Estnto of IAUKEA,
late of Hamakoa, In the Island ofllawall, deeealed.
Whereas, SAM. F. CIIILLISUWOP.TII, Adminis
trator sf tha Eitate or IAUKEA aforetiM, deseited,
! has applied to me to allow certain claims M.t t..
has approved against tbo said Estate : Xotiea la here
by given that SATURDAY, tha 16th dav of Match
next, at 19 o'clock In tha forenoon, at tba Court Heme
in Waimea, In tho said Island of Hawaii, has beta
appointed as tha time and place for allotrlns such
clalmi, and that all partiet Interested In inch Eitato
may there and" then attend, and thow eaate, If any
they have, against tha allowance of any claim.
viiAuiiEa iitrJOEllICK HART,
Local Cirenit Jnd.a 3d Jnd ni.:.t
Ftbrnary 6th, 1872. 4 js
SEE MY COLUMN !
Not THIS, bnt the Other Oae !
Queer! Very Qtseerl
TS 3IY ADVEIITISIJ( COIstfSW,
X A Debars ami Chaent lar t-efa ar urfa'ddl tt asvSJ
an amongst tba X .teens a Hiitash Utiitmi. Ukay
will bemlekMB, rtry tuVeap.
I'nnnyt Very Fnnsyt
In my Adrestlatng C.tusaa. my IM Itxfm. Mad
iittm awu mee-sssss; tgat, waasat i a tsjaiar
JH ataeilKsarit, are erondtd m. IWy wM If saN
cheap, yery ekeap.
lnecr! Very .rterX
My rUU-Mair't. WMfWs a4 CsmsWi at
ero tided out aasi are lasHmli I g Mb X.smslnti.
Iron rsl, for WW f . wkMs t mt -sstAr
25 teats aaah, h as trek Ut Ikaa tsW nv asafssial
The l'nnnieit of All ! Htsmiesjkrpef wutash
I bate for sale, a spJenslH aitM., aa4 rsaraatas asf
rijaal (mKtj, at M per eee Un tkasi si samt sVr
tho New Ha44 ant fa Saa Jtttm, kestslet ttjH,
frarght. itM aatM aad dtsty ea.sl to attest tr III tsrft
Front eiSMt- I( wsmM lak. t. saatkasaaMmt k
caknlatt tha leM iBsrtrrrtH by at purakat4ar hers.
sVol Qncer or Very ieerX
Tha Staamar RRanaa, Is a deesVUd saeeas aael nesw
terlally atstsls ta prom la ira.1 a4 tvrtf tkt s.
tmreet f Ike Krajflesu. (SmHots B-rtTrMnfiarl
The rJcr Hotel.
Thtra Us been a drcvea of ffftkm h of
quenca of Opltalma, I am uuiraHy errUhs at west to
a decided sueeoM ia proratXteaf lb lalersaU U A
fair iilandt, an4 a grtat txntSt ta then.
sUdgis; IIooi" Keeper aet! it aaas sT sk a
rcluetwa in rent, far tho? wtM har lioir saart tmm
the extra number of via rears ts saa Iks w.aJeraef SsUa
This National Hotel, so mat tweM ff Af
bnlldbg ef car Sunny Islands, wflL ia aiiii'iiisleTi
with other solid impraeeatnt saada y aw gaTyv
rsest, Itamortalho tba refja ef KmzvxxiMX Tra.
Long may ha lira aal rjijti.
JOUK Til OKAS WATKXHt.
January 31, 18723 .
ALWAYS OX HA.1P sad ns order, fireaet
from tha kitat. Per late a( ti -wet yrtrtt. by
(i) B'.'LLii .t CCr.