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SiOTES OP THE WEEK.
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The TJmok Clcb tae become one of the institn
Itmra of tbt pas'- ThefsiTrttureoflbeCloti wlllbc
rM at fraction to-morrow it 10 a. m. on the prcm
Ims. comer f Palace Walk and Richard's Struct.
Tiw.e ArrKar. In a drunken quarrel recent
ly, at Wsdbe, Mini, a min named Charles Wallace
t-tehbrd a n&lfve named Koaaitia, indicting a slight
-Kotmd. He ins arretted, and afterward re) rated
i baU atfBoeBtlnr; to fire hundred dollars.
Sitom. We saUce Lj advertisement in another
ishaeen oW the ajtipnres of the estate of Challamel
A 0. are prepared to pay a dividend of fifty per
eest to tbe creditor at the eGce of Messrs. P. A.
Wc wssssd eS too attention f ocr reader;, to aa
extract fraau a sermon by the Iter. Geo. II. Hep worth
I) of the Tartarian church of the Messiah in
BraaUys. N". T., an the 4th page of this weeks pajier.
Hawvrer i-eaple saay differ from hit views, it will par
Vtens or the Hotel. Photographic views of the
Hawaasee flstea cau be had at the gallery of Mr.
JtUtsait oo FiHt Street, vhich for artistic merit we
kr aot Men excelled in Ihls-eonntry or any other.
Those tMriotr friends and acquaintances def irin; to
vMt tMs ewatrr, ahonld send them a copy of this
caccrJieM pacta re.
Ham Tin: MatKjoESiS. Tic Missionary packet
Morwtfc Star, Cap. Matthews, calls for the Mar
oaesas Bert Monday on ber second cniise. She will
losae at all the Mk4&fl tUtloos on that group with
MaBfAea aad will be abtent about tjvo mouths. Tile
Jtrv. W. P. Alexander, of Wallokn. Maui, vrocceds
la tae Tewd as delegate of the Hawaiian Board of
rntsonai. Tbe March number of the Friend in
facaas that Mr. 5eo. Lalhrop second son of Dr.
Geo. JL Lathron, who la former years occupied the
potttiea of U. S. Consoler Physician at this port, and
Wats afterward. C. S. Vice Oocsal was married In
Loodon recsatly to a daughter of the late Nathaniel
HtwHsarac, the writ-known American author. The
bride-crootn k a native of this city, and is said to pos
ts literary talent of a high- order.
The Ktlices. returned on Sunday moraine from
a ccgcjifol trip around Hawaii, tbe weather baring
aeea pleasaBt throofrhouU She brought no news ol
Impatience beyond tbe fact that a great scarcity rf
water still coatinaea at Hllo, which has seriously
luspuitd the work on the plantations in that
Tiesoitf- Should the trades, which set In on Son
day moraine, continue w illi any regularity. It la
SuC probable that tbe wast of rain there will con
time tooth lomer. Tbe steamer makes the trip to
Koaa dor! up tbe present week, and leaves for llllo
aad intermediate ports next Monday.
To BE BnralCED. We understand that tbe tor
Terots (Captains Smith and Mclntyre, and Mr. Geo.
XewiDef I hare reported favorably upon tbe condition
of the British ship Devonshire, which arrived here
t-everal weeks since in distress, and consider her wor
thy of betag repaired. She has been pronounced a
taVrtaol tally bailt vessel, but bas been allowed to run
loo losar. without repairs, and she now requires ro
laatenitig aad re-eaulklng throughout. If the amount
aeoeaeary for repairing her cannot be obtained upon
a bottomry on tbe vessel, the work will be delayed
until advices are received from her owners.
The Devonshire's Canoo. The large cargo of
lsreaber reeeatly discharged from the Devonshire,
amoattttac; to nearly a million feet, which is stored
on the eenlr made portion of the esplanade, makat
of tae Cpart House, occupies a larger space than
any cargo thai has ever been landed here, and with
tbe lain ber already noted elsewhere iu that locality,
give that part of the town the appearance of an im
mense lumber yard. As tbe ship will probably be
rejteirefl, tbe will receive tbe same cargo again for
it one in! deetioallon. Had the Devonshire gone
iato a dry -dock with that cargo on board, it is more
titan itroaiMe that vessel and cargo would never
tare idt the dock together.
EsrTEitPBWE. The publisher of the natire neirrpa
per JTaoioa, which appears on Saturday next, informs
vs that it will contain among other novelties to please
tbe satires, a spirited portrait ofthe Emperor William
of tterssasy, who will be 73 years old on the lid of
this saoelh. Accompanying the pictuie will be given
tbe fasaaoc German Battle Song, The "Watch on the
Xhiee." done into spirited Hawaiian and English, and
retta no fie. We notice that the circulation of the
A'wafcaa has became very larcc, the edition for the
present week betog 3,8W. Vt'e can't say how nary
are paid for by the eager subscriber! to it.
Br aa advertisement in our columns it will be
eeea that an lee Cream and Strawberry, festival will
be beW is the basement of Fort Street Chbrch on
Tbarsday evening, the proceeds of which are to be
applied to the purchase of a piano for the ladles par
lor, to add to tbe attractions of the social entertain
isents given by tbe different societies who hold
lscetiocs there. As tbe ladies in charge are famous
for the eood quality of the refreshments on sale at
these (Mrs, aud the object one-ol Interest to a larcc
nataber In our community, we predict a success for
the ladies and a pleasanfcvcnlug for their patrons.
McoalXTnosoorE. We understand that at tbe
festival at Fort Street Church on Thursday evening
one of these instruments will be exhibited. We
hTelad an opportunity of seeing the views shown
in lUa one and can prononncc them somcthlng-rc-HtarkaMe.
Tbe transparency view s short lng the In
terior of the Falacc ol the Doccs, Venice, the erup
tion or Vesuvius, and the illumination of the Ca
thedrals at Milan and St. Peters at Rome, with all
tbe tights and colors dlsftnctly shown are Tcry
bcaotllul as well as wonderfully brought out c
aleo bear that one of our merchants with a rare taste
for tbiogs " queer" will add something to the en
tertainment. EasTEBx Mails Should tbe Ran Francisco steam
er arrive tbit week aa we are led to expect, we will be
fa rare J with a mail in less time than since the last,
or for sereral tneathe preriocs. Heretofore, the de
parture of a sailing packet or transient vessel from
San Francises), between tbe trips of tbe steamer, gave
na a mail about twice a month, but that has become
rare. Tor some time, they all leave within a few
days of eaeh other, and should a packet leave with
a mail in advance of the steamer, the chances always
are that the former generally arrives a week after tbe
latter. The Comet, now thirty days out from here
and due about the 20th, will not be likely to bring
any later news than the steamer.
Fob the XanaaTOR's. The schooner Wllch
Queen, which left San Francisco Teb. Sd for this
Vert en route tor tbe "trlgator Islands, bears the
reputation of being one of lbc dullest sailers afloat,
(although she'i6 otherwise an excellent vessel) so
that her present passage, under the circumstances.
need excite no surprise, sue is a ressci ot no tons,
nn vb mm iini k nnn limn i r 11 r.. . n l . t 1 1' 1 1 r 1 1 i.
turtles connected with the Navigator Island Colon!'
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zatlon Company, for (5,500, and is intended as a
picket between those islands and San Francisco.
She Is loaded with an assorted cargo belonging to
the company, valued at 111,000, which is destined
for Paga I'nga. Tbe vessel touches here for letters
and passengers fbat are awaiting her.
The Bali, at the Hor el. The subscription en
tertainment on Friday evening last, at tbe Hawaiian
Hotel was a decided success in every respect. There
were present on the occasion about two hundred
and fifty guests, every one of whom appeared to en
joy themselves, and many of whom we have heard
express their approbation of the arrangements made
far tbe occasion, aa well as of tbe complete provi
sion made lor tbe guests or the Hotel. Tbe arrange
meet for lighting tbe building throughout with gas
is quite complete, and the rooms all being illumina
ted on tbis occasion, presented a brilliant appear
ance. Tbe proprietor, for wbose benefit the sub
scription entertainment was solely gotten -up, re
qoests us to thank the public for a patronige which
secured a financial success.
Coasters ako the Weather. Tbe weather du
ring the last week has beer more unfaroraUe for the
coasting business than at any time during the past
fire months, or since the regular trades haTe ceased.
Vesselt that left here last Wednesday and Thursday
were becalmed in sight of port nearly forty-eight
hours, and others have been nearly a week making a
trip that would be accomplished withiavorahle weath
er in less than twenty-four hours. On Sunday morn
ing the trades set in fresh with every prospect ofcon
tinaing. which was an agreeable chance to the recent
sultry weather, but they subsided into the south-east
the next day with every appearance of another spell of
light weather. Persons who are compelled to take
passage on coasters will hardly be credited if they
consider that owners or agents make any real profit
off those who patronize their vessels, although both
classes hare a right under the circumitanetj, to be
dissatisfied. The benefit of travelling by steam has
probably uerer been more favorably imrtvvcd upon
those who have preferred to travel by siilisg Tvijels,
than- daring the pest few months.
Tbe EifusitL Any one who has nat visited
this portion of the city-front of late, especially beyond
tne h.uauea's wnarr, will observe that it has under
gsne a considerable change within a few weeks, and
that improvements are still in progress. The addition
which is being made to what was formerly the wharf
for the Australian steamers, is rapidly approaching
completion. It is now about four hundred feet long
ana wm yei receive consiaeranie addition, making the
entire length of the wharf, when finished, nearlr fire
hundred feet, which will furnish ruBcient accommo
dation for sereral large ships alongside at the rams
time. A sea-wall, about batrthe distance, is built on
the maska side of the pier, part of which is already
nnei in w.m tne mua Drougot I mm me bottom of tbe
harbor by the excavator. In aline beyond and reachinc
v. : 1. t-., v : i
Tde Ho.xot.rLU Rinxs. The annual electien of
officers for the ensuing year, was held at the Atmory
on Qncen Street last Friday evening, at the regular
monthly meeting of the company, which resulted as
Cap'ai Chas. T. Gnlick, (re-elected.)
.Firrt Lieutenant William Auld.
Second Lieutenant C. A. Castle.
QnarleT-Sfntttr M. T. Douncll, (re-elected.)
Col T Sergeant L. C. Tonng.
Orderly Sergeant Chas. Bent.
Sergeantt Messrs. R. C. Austin, W. Williams,
J. a. lioia and Alex. Mctiregor.
Secretary Chas. Williams.
Treasurer Robt. C. Austin.
The Rifles at the present time number sixty mem
bers, and Is one of the most efficient volunteer mil
itary companies that has ever been organized In this
cny, w men in a great measure is one to tne ctllclen
cr of their commander, who has so worthllv occn
pied that position, and to whose Instruction may be
aiirioutco tuc mu attainment ot tue company
as a uiuusry urbanization.
Robbewes. On Friday evening last a Chinese
cook. In tbe employ da family In town, while absent
from his room ( on tbe premises where ho was em
ployed) was robbed of JS5.00, which sum be had
saved from his wages with the Intention of remit'
ting it to his mother In China. It appears that ho
bad called upon a couple of friends in another part
of tbe town, and at about half-past eight o'clock
In the evening remarked that he would go home,
but bis friends urged blm to remain as they wished
to talk with blm. Alter some persuasion be con
sented to remain, whereupon one of his ftiends
maae excuses ana leit tue room ana aia not return
during the evening. Upon arrival at bis own room
at a soraewnat late nonr, be lound tbedoor bad been
forced open and the trunk in which his money was
kept broken into and the money taken. He lias
some Idea that the friends whom he visited had
something to do with the robbcrr Very likclr.
On Saturday evening the dncllinr-hnuse of Mr.
Fischer on Hotel Street was entered bvburclarsand
some articles of clothing taken. The Tamlly were
sleeping in Jbc room entered by the burglars.
Costlioratiosb Aoiix PitEVESTED. On Friday
morning, tbe frame building adjoining tbe odce of
the Yinter uorks, at the foot of Anuanu Street, and
known as the "did Ice House," but now occupied
as the "Hawaiian Restaurant," narrowly escaped
becoming the scene of a conflagration similar to
that which occurred npon tbe same spot during tbe
memorable fall of 1S52. Some careless individual
connected with tbe establishment. It arrears, hunir
a piece of cloth".ng near a t tovc-pipe, and a fire hav
ing been kindled tbe article caught fire and vtas
about communicating with the dry wood-work over
head, when the blaze was observed from tbe street
by persons passing, through whose tlmelvassistance
a scrions fire was prevented. Another instance oc
curred on Xunann Street on Friday night n hlch was
surmised to be tbe work of an incendiary. Near
midnight, a. policeman observed a suspicions light
in the rear ol the premises occupied by Hollislcr's
Soda WaterMannfaetory.and ascertaining the cause,
be immediately alarmed the neighborhood. Several
persons were quickly upon the spot and the fire was
easily extinguished without n general alarm being
struck, although Borne one started for "Xo. Four's"
engine bouse for that purpose, but fonnd tbe door
locked. Like the Incendiary attempt made in Rose
Lane a few weeks ago, it was fortnnatcly discovered
In the nick of time to prevent a disastrous fire.
Distinguished Visitors Among the passengers
by the D. C. Murray, from San Francisco, were
Messrs. Clarence King and Arnold Hague. These
gentlemen have been for several years connected
w lib what is called the " Fortieth Parallel Exploring
Expedition," a party of scientificgentlemcn sent out
by the American Government to explore tbe wild
tract or country lying between the River Missouri
and the Pacific Ocean, on or near the Fortieth de
gree ot latitude. VI this Lxpedilion, Mr. King is
the honored bead, and Mr. Ilsguc Is an assistant.
They received leave or absence for the "winter
months, during which tbe work is ncccssarilv sus
pended on acconnt of snow, and are now absent on
a riait to Hilo and the Crater. The magnitude of
the work assigned to the Expedition may be infer-
rca irom iuc iaci mai u win cost, inciuatng tue nvc
volumes of reports, over ?200,000, according to a
statement made by Gen. Garfield in Congress, latclv.
Some Idea of tbe value and character of the woik in
W'hich these gentlemen are engaged may be gathered
from tbe following item from'the Washington cor
respondence of the Xev York Ilcrali:
"Clarence Kino's Retort. The available edi
tion of Clarence King's report of rciuing industry
has beet all distributed, and the Engineer Bureau
is besieged with applications for copies that It can
not supply. Great care bas been taken to guard
against useless expenditures of the costly volume,
but the public greed for free mining Information
goes far beyond the expectation founded on past ex
perience. Only one thousand copies rcmniu, and
they are to be rigidly withheld for future distribu
tion In sets when the whole fire volumes of tbe re
ports shall be ready say a couple of years -beDcc
The volume on botany is out, and it will be followed
in as quick succession as possible by the reports on
zoology and palcntology, descriptive geology and
systematic geology. Splendid Illustrations accom
pany the several volumes. These works are tbe
results of the geological exploration of the fortieth
parallel, that Mr. King bas been "prosecuting under
tbe Engineer Department and by authority of Con
gress for several years, and which has awakened a
lively interest In scientific aud industrial circles here
and in Europe."
In tbe May and June numbers of Seribner't
Monthly, wilt be fonnd a very interesting account
of tbe explorations of tbis Expedition. The article
is entitled, "The Wonders of the Tcllowstonc,"
and is well worth perusal.
Inciter from Ialiuina.
Ladalva, March 2, 1872.
Friend Editor : The world mores slowly, to
be sure, "e pur se muore," but now and then it
would seem as iTa menial paralysis bad obstruct
ed its motion and caused a sadden bait in every
body's erery-day lite. Such an occasion occurred
here on Sunday afternoon last, when the good
schooner Kcttie Merrill arrived wilb ber flqg at
half-mast, ami the news spread that onr worthv
and beloved townsman P. H. Treadway had died
in Houolulu on tbe Wednesday previous. If you
have ever seen a beehive with the Queen-bee re
moved, yoa may form an idea of what Laliaina
resembled wben the sad news Drst fell on ils
eager, listening, astonished people. Whatl Peter
dead? Tbe man of iron Derres; the large-hearted,
whole-souled, genial, jovial man, on whom years
bad sat so lightly that be looked almost ns younj
the week he died as wben first he came to the
country, s generation ago. It was incredible, but
none the less, alas, too true, and the hasty, am-
tions. Dreamless innniries wfro pnrrpmliwl Itv
.... ... ...
general feeling of depression and sadness. On
Tuesday morning last thn steamer Rilanea arrived
from Honolulu with the remains of the late Mr.
Treadway for interment at Lahaina, accompanied
by the widow and relatives of tbe family. On
landing, tha beach and adjacent lands were liter
ally crowded with people manifesting tbe deep
sympathy and sorrow Ml by all, at the loss of one
so universally esteemed by all who knew him.
Proper arrangements lor the funeral having
been made during Wednesday and Thursday, the
funeral procession formed on Friday last at 2J
o'clock P. M. at the residence or the deceased,
and proceeded to Wainee Church, where the ser
vices were performed in English and Hawaiian by
the Rev'ds A. O. Forbes nnd Kuaea. The pro
cession then re-formed nnd proceeded to the
family burial ground in the upper part of the
town, where a vault had been built for tbe recep
tion of the remains of the deceased. Here prayers
wete said by Kev. Mr. Forbes, and the sprig of
evergreen dropped by the Brothers of the I.O.O-F.
present. Earth received what belonged to earth,
while tbe Spirit has gone back to God who gave
The faneral procession was the largest that I
have witnessed in any part of these Islands.
More than a thousand people, certainly, accom
panied tbe remains of Mr. Treadway from his late
residence to the tomb, and the spacious Waioee
Church was crowded fall in the galleries and
The chief mourners on this sad end solemn oc
casion were the aged widow of tbe deceased and
their vonngest son, lately returned from the
For twenty-one years Sheriff ol thejsland of
Mani, ilr. Treadway was identified with every
measure that tended to promote progress, good
order and civilization in this country. Strong as
a lion, firm as a rock, his heart was ever soft for
others woes. Genial as a May morning', frank
as day, truthful, honest and nnselSsb, he was n
conspicuous landmark though be knew it not;
and the brightest of flowers will yet be woven' in
a garland to adorn his tomb by the widows and
orphans whom he succored and educated.
Mb. Editor: Tbe last issue of the "Pacific
S2iisXer"bas given ns in bis weekly entertainment
so varied an assortment of pieces de resistance
to satisfy our nppetitn for the wonderfnl, and onr
admiration for the talent of his chef de cuisine in
rehashing nnd dishing np tbe remains of his own
artistic feasts, that he must be dainty or distrust
ful who is not satisfied with the appearance of
the treat provided for him. I must confess that
snch is my own case, and that his feast is. to tne,
that of tbe Barmecide. I have gone drearily
through tbe whole of the proffered repast but can
cot swallow an atom; tbe entire spread is so in
famously cooked that not a morsel will go down ;
the stomach absolutely revolts against it. The
first large dish is still too toogh, although it Ijas
been kept on hand and offered for consumption any
timo for years past; itonght by tbis time to be
tender, but it is not, in spite of the drop of "oil
of gammon" with which it was eridently thought
it might be softened and coaxed down.
I he second has altogether too much vinegar
and assafclida in its composition, and although
the peculiarity of the seasoning may salt so.me
aepratett and abnormal appetites, it wilt not an
swer for general consumption. Again, his "steam,
ins" apparatus is too much oat of order to be de
pended upon ; he is eridently totally nnacquaint
ed with the first principles of the employment of
steam in the art ol cooking, ami although he has
in his own way made a dish that looks tolerably
well to the eye, it will be fonnd upon trying it
that tbe steam-man either knows nothing about
his business, or else he is deliberately bent upon
This, one of the periodical entertainments of
the slasher, is positively too suggestive of remark
for me to do more than touch slightly upon some
of its most conspicuous defects of commission ;
but that reminds me that there are also errors of
omission, and that had one or two real, plain
wholesome, trne articles of diet been set before
ns, we might have made an excellent and edifying
meal, with comfort to ourselves and thanks to our
entertainers. v bat I mean is this : there is more
or less of truth, generally less, however, in th
Slasher's articles, but he is very partial in bis
attentions to his guests, and I would suggest two
sabjecU that, if skilmiiy treated, would be cntliu
siasticsllv received by another portion of his cli-
entale : The first is of a class of men, I will not
say that they are numerous in our community,
who go gassing about tbe town in shirt sleeves,
using strong, vehement words, and asseverations
more forcible than edifrine; in tact, most njien
sire to all ears except their own. Xow, a good
sound article in their behalf might much benefit
them and remove a source of annoyance to their
neighbors. The second is on a class of, I will not
say "other criminals," but something very nearly
allied to criminals, who, lor their own base lucre.
by tbe open sale of the vilest and most destrac
lire cosmetics pander to the gratification of tbe
vanity.and consequently to the disfigurement aud
too Ireqaently moral ruin ol manr ol those maid
ens and matrons who are unfortunately seduced
into their use. ,
Tbe I. ate IS. . Davis.
We copy from the Semi- WecHy Adnrtlter of ycS'
tcrday, the following notice of the late R. G. Davis
"Judge Davis was a native of these islands, but
In early youth was scnt-to the United States, where
be received a thorough classical education, aud after
wards traveled lor some time in Europe, acquiring
Trith remarkable lacllity tbu trench, and Spanish Ian
gnages, to wblcn he subsequently added some con
slderable knowledge of the German. Returning to
the Islands lie embarked In mercantile pursuits, with
varying success, nntifln 1S52 he took np the study
otlaw. Gifted by nature with a clear and logical
mind and quickness of perception, be applied him
self with earnest industry to tbe study, and In a re
markably bncl period could witn truth be termed a
well read lawyer. In 1S56 he received tbe appoint
ment ol Police Magistrate for this city, tbe duties of
which ncaiscusrgea aunng uis cigni rears oi incum
bency in a manner that gave the fullest satisfaction
to his superiors and to the community at large. On
the ICtb of February. ISol, be wasappolnted Second
ous duties ol which position he discharged with dis
tingulshed ability during his Incumbency, which
continued until July Tth. 1SCS. While In office be
compiled and put through the piess Volume II ol
Hawaiian Law i.epons, a work: lor wiilcn bis
scholarly and legal abilities eminently fitted him. In
lsbs-bu, be was apmmcd as one or tbe commis
sioners (with R. II. Stanley. Esa.l to compile and
pnblisb, both In the Hawaiian aud English languages
the Penal Laws of the Kingdom, and this dnty was
perlormcd in a manner that elicited the marked ap
probation oi mc Judges oi tuc supreme court."
Tuesday morning on the sitting ol the Snpemc
Court, at which His Honor tbe Chief Justice pre
sided, the Court was adjourned, on tbe motion of
nis Excellency a TJ. "Phillips, until this morning.
Eloquent tributes were made lo the memory of the
deceased by His Honor Chief Justice Allen, His Er
cellcncy the Attorney General and by Messrs Aus.
tin and Jones of the bar.
HONOLULU, MAR. S, 1S72
The only foreign arrival since onr last issue is the
Am. bark Alden Bessie, from Porland, Oregon, bound
to Hongkong, with a cargo of Flour, and a number of
Tbe bark D. C. Murray sails for San Franeisco to
morrow, taking a full and Taloable cargo of Domes
The bark Delaware will sail for Victoria during the
week, taking a cargo of Sugar, Molasses and Rice.
The California and Australian mail steamers will
bo due, and may be looked for on Saturday, when
tney will nave immediate dispalcn.
bngars are coming in verr slowly, owmc to ex
tremely dry weather. Many nf the plantations in
the Hilo District have not sufficient water to run
their works, although ther have showers to keen the
jouug cauc ruwiug UDCty.
lbe barn Comet, witu ordinary weather, ought to
be nere snout tne iota.
The Jane A. Falkinberg is reported by the Alden
Bessie to leave Astoria for this port on the ISth nit..
ana may te considered miiy due.
POUT OF -UO?HHVl.V.
Feb 2S Schrs Lalekawal from "IValaste, and Molkcftl from
3 Scbr W!o'. from Molokat.
Mar 1 Schrs Keonl Ana, Jenny and TJaltte from Kanul,
Hoc- Roy Inrtn Kootan. and Aetti alerrill from alacL
. nr Anaie irom Kftuai.
3 Slmr Kilauea from VI lodward Port.
a Sebr Owaoa from WrUIua.
S Schr Jumiufrora SMokil, and Am bt Alden Bessie,
Beese, S3 days from Portland, en route for China.
Teb 23 Scbrs Kunol and Pamht tar MauL and Am brig It P
rosier, Jims, lor can uieo.
S3 Schr Warw let for Mok&ai, and Am hk Anreola, Boss,
1st .'aoImo. II C.
Mar 1 Schrs MoU-elM for Mint, and Miry men for Hwail.
cenn n com Ana. jeanr ana aiannoLawal for Kasal,
and Keltia Merrill frr ViuL
4 Schrs Kob Eoy for Kaneohe, Tfalola for TTalaloa, sip
AVaJlele fjr Koolao, and stmr Ktlauea firf- Windward
5 Schr Annie for Kanat.
From Windward Itorts, perannr Kilanea, 31 arch a Ear J
Green. Hon II A Yndemann. P C Jones. Ir.. E limit p
Bonorlln, J Norton, R Moooaj and wife, Mr Mmpion aad wife,
Mr vr Armstrong, Miss F S pencer. Mist Bibcock, Miss Niocr
Samner, Jlta Maxwell, Mr Afoug, J Ina, J Kalna, J C Ea
walnot, and C5 deck.
For Ynndward Ports, rar stmr Tvna Vm) i T T Ti
Green, wife aad 3 children, Hon O F Hart, wife and 2 child
ren, f W FdHbr and wif-. J L Webster. Tneodorr Gnllct.
Til Tri f I-.- ..1 1 1- ,r , v . , . .. .... .
" .. ' ' j. vr(cuL, 1 1 J. 111. CLOCK,
IV H Oornwell, II wJU, J rrtera, wife aad 2 children, and
about 0 deck.
The bark TJ. C. Murray lea res to-dav for San Fran.
ciseo, and although she has been detained three days
orer the advertised date of sailing, owing to the
movements of the coasters with freight from the oth
er Mauds baring met with unusual delay, she has
had very fair dispatch, remaining in port but 11 days.
The Am. clipper bark Alden Bease arrived at noon
yesterday from Portland, en route for Hong Kong
with a cargo of floar and sixty Chinese nassenirers.
She left Columbia River Feb. 4th, tbence had light
variable weather to 1st. 31 and was becalmed three
days, since when had light winds from the southward
until sighting Hawaii at davlieht on Mnndaw.
fresh trades to tha Molokai Channel, moderating and
uiluiio mj louuxrasi a lew noars previous to arrival.
Daring Sunday, while the trades were blowinir here
quits fresh, the bark was becalmed the whole day,
showing that they did not reach a great distance-off
the land. She sighted no Tessels daring the passage.
By last adviees, the brig Percy Edwards was re
ported to leare San Francisco between the 15th and
10th ult. for the Amoor Hirer, and will probably
touch at this port en route.
The Brit, brig Susan has been laid on forUongkong
"and will probably obtain a fall freight and a number
of passengers, ai there has been no vessel hence for
that port for sereral months. Tha amonnt of freight
accumulating during that time ooght to be snficient
to ensure her quick dispatch.
A new clipper sehooner of 120 tons, called the Loll
ta, bnllt at Seattle, Washington Territory, made her
first trip to, San Francisco recently, and on ber relorn
to" Seattle, was to be put on the route between that
port and Honolulu as a packet.
The Brit, ship Adriatic, of 3,070 tons register, re
cently arrived at San Franclseo from Liverpool and
reported very severe weather in the Atlantic and off
Uape Horn, cue was ou me i;ape ioar weeks witn a
soeeession of violent gales from west to northwest,
during which had mizxen-topgallant and main and
fore-topmasts sprung and yards carried away, besides
receiving various other damage. The Adriatic is re
ported to be the largest Teasel, except the ship Great
Republic, that ever cnterra me port ot can t rancisco.
cue was formerly oae oi me steamsnips ot tuc vol
In Ihli city, March 1C to the wife ef Mr. It. I. Nolt, a son,
I1EALD In 1M city. February 2ttn. Mrs Margaret Weald,
agvd St Team and 3 day, a native of Rolton. Laneaahlre, Eng
land. Sir. Ileaiawasiuemoiocroi jira u. u. nclmii anq
Mrs John -Volt, cf this city. Sue was the mother of eleven
McDONALI In this city. March 2nd, Mr. Oeorca McDon
ald, a native of Hallux, ova scona, agea year.
n.tVISTn thl ellr. Mrth tth. Robert O Dark Eo..
after an Hlne of several month, of drcpy, aged S2 years,
9 tnODtna and J3 days.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
JTIOK SALE CIlEAr--One of the LARGEST
J? TULU ESTABLISHMENTS on Hawaii. Ap
ply to (S-lra) UALKliU A ALLK.V
4g&i3as A. SECOND .llA.VD CAU-
.tEtai3;RIAGE, of superior male, in good
order, aud at a reasonable price.
jonx II. PATT.
A FIItST DIVIDEND of Fifty Tier Cent
XI will be paid to the Creditors of the Estate of
CHALLAMEL i. CO., at the Office of r. A. Schaefcr
Jt Co. F. BASHING.
F. A. SCUAEFER.
Honolulu, March 5, 1S72. (S 2t) Assignees,
PERSONS INDEBTED to the Estntc of
CHALLAMEL X CO. are hereby requested to
make immediate payment to Mr. W. B. BARNES or
to the undersigned, otherwise they will be proceeded
against at law.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
nonolnlo, March. 1S72. 8-2t Assignees
Steamer g Kilauea."
Monday; March lltli , for IIIlo,
Monday, March 18th..,., ....for Konn,
Monday, JInreh 23th Clrenlt of Hnrrall.
21oiaday-,.Apr)l lat, for IConn,
i 6t SAM'L G. WILDER, Agent.
rpHE Quarterly Meeting of the Hoard of
I Trustees of tbe (juecn's Hospital, will be held at
the Court House, on SATURDAi, too 6th APRIL,
immediately after the meeting of the Queen's Hos
pital society baa adjourned, l'er order.
F. A. SCHAEFEU, Secretary.
.Honolulu, March S, 1872. 8 U
milE Subscribers to the Fund of the
X QUEEN'S HOSPITAL are requested to as
ecmblejit the Court House, -
On tSnturtaay. llic Olli April, atTVoon,
To consider tho expediency of applying foralterations
to tne unarter, as follows :
1st That the Minister of Interior ex oTci'o shall
be a member ot-tbe Hoard or trustees.
2d That tbe Minister of Interior may be author
ized to make his appointments of Trustees from the
puuuc at large, limiting tne number to nine.
Per Order, F. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu, .March 5, 1S72. (S it) Secrclary.
HAWAIIAN SCENERY, &C.&C.
Hawaiian & Micronesian Curios !
X3iclusiox3.' Art Crnllory,
No. CI Fort Street.
3 0E3 S M? I VA T. I
IJ1HERE WILL BE AN'
ICE CREAM AND STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
Held in the basement of the Fort Street Church,
OX THURSDAY EVE.VIJfG, THE 7th Inst.,
For the purpose of raisinc: funds for the purchase
of a Piano for the Parlor of the Church.
A refreshment table will be spread, at which Ico
Cream, Strawberries, Coffee, etc, can be procured.
Will.be on exhibition, with views of Venice, Rome,
Naples, Milan, Paris, ic.
LOOK OUT FOR THE PEANUT WOMAN! ! !
Admiiiaion .... SO cents.
Tickets at "Whitney's and Thrum's Book Stores.
GLOBE HOTEL, KING STREET.
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES
pleasure in annonncing to tbe public of
Honolulu that he hft.a nun-haa.d th nltnr
r well-known bouse, which has been
Eenovated, Refitted, Furnished & Altered
in every respect, and is now suitable as a
First-ClasN House !
The accommodations are all new and of first-class or
der. Thft room fur liAnrrl.r. nml lr,n,i,nl ., af r. ....
are all elegantly furnished, and a splendid parlor with
an ine appntienancej for comfort, together with a
fmokini- room, havn hin fltt ami wilt VA l.r.
open from 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. Breakfast will be
served to order from 6J to 8 o'clock A. M. Dinner,
from 12 to 2 P. M. Sapper, from i to 7 P. M.
Lunch a la Cartn hnrwnr-n Monk!
The table will be furnished with a constant variety of
an iuc uencaeies ana luxuries wbich the market affords
to soit tbe taste of an epienre. National favorites
luuioe ai, ic are in oraer in lact.
A Constant Change of the Bill of Fare!
will be an established rule In thit Hotel, and will be
served np in neat and eleffant style. Urbane and
polite waitcis always in atteodaccc.
Having engaged the services of a FIRST-CLASS
CHEF DE CUISINE ARTIST to saperintend the
kitchen, everythinr in that department will be served
up in a manner unequalled in Honolulu.
Hoping to merit a share of cublio natronape and
approval, I remain, with a cheering weleome to all
my inenas ana tne pablia generally.
a A. I), THAYER, Proprietor.
Licenses Expiring in March, 1872.
RETAILHONOLULU, Oahn Sth, Grunwald
A Schutte; 13th, August Etrehl ; 14th. Ira Rich
ardson ; IStb, Pa Chun; 20th, Thos. Wills; lOtb,
Lorn Tai; 10th, Fischer A Roth ; 5tb, J. W. Widdi
Geld (transferred Oct. 23d, 1B72) ; 30th, Aaron R.
Powers: 31st. Antoce Manuel : 3d. Yee Wo to?!,
C nr l r . 1(1.1, t.-l. CI . T I ttit. ...
3faui-Uth, E. II. Bailey; WAIMEA, Hawaii ISth,
v. r. Aitau; haia.-iAK, uauii lata. Ah Chong:
KEEI, K. II. Hawaii-23d,.John Oraee; LAIE,
TT.irtl.nlAa H . 1. 1 ,. X'-V 1 T-T.y- . ,,-.
, v ' wss.. .iiuhh , rLvnAnai,
VTaiawa, Oahu 30th, Ah Leu ; HANALEI, Kauai
21st, Ah Zaan A Ghota ; IStb, Ah Mau ; KEALIA,
ivauai ii, ivrnii; uuuii, Jvaaal 7th, Lihue
. Wholesale HONOLULU, Oahu 13th, Qaong
Yin Chang A Co.; 21st, C. S. Bartow; 30th, C.
Brewer A Co.
Wholesale Spirit HONOLULU 13th. M. C,
Challamel ; 31st, Humphreys t Brown.
V.r-lnnlinr. TtnXnr.nT IT veil. 1L n .
" ..v-.wuw v ,u.u, .)U VUUUp A
Ah Kim; LAHAINA, Maui 21st, Ayun; 2fth, Pak
Ilnti-hpr TTnlfOT.nT. TT Tit, fi. n:..l.
WAILUKU. Meui-lltb, Francis ITendei ; LAHAI
NA 11th, S. Luuloa ; HANALEI, Kauai 2d, Ka
pabuilima. lsoat HONOLULU ctb, w.Waterhouse, No.28.
Sth. R. "Weedon, No. 29.
Fire Arnia TTOVA. Oahn li l.l...n.: .
--, -.WMMC ATUUUU,
2d. Costant Fortin.
Laprtan HAWAIIAN KINGDOM 10th, Al-
eernon Kidnev Ntrlinta . WJtTriVlT.A A..- 1 itt.
J-ahnakapu4 3IAS0Ar Oalu 18th, Jfahoe ; Hf
"VTT4TTT a ir.-t , r . I r-wr . n -
uavMjunt liin, jiajrono; jixi AH U L. U , AIlQt
21st, Kuaaaa; KALIHI-UKA, Oahu 14th, Ohulo.
J& O UrSL SALE!!
E. P. ADAMS!
Roofing Slates, 10x16,
Sheathing Felt, in Rolls,
One Large Iron Safe, Combination Lock.
Prices to Suit the Times I
8 lm ins
Lumber, Lumber, Lumber!
E ARE PMEVAItED TO FHR.NISII
ALL KINDS OF
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS
Garboard Strake Prices !
Onr Specialty -will bo
Uo X ollA7'or T-mTntoor
At all the Forts and Anchorages within
.A. Lower Rates
Than has ever been attempted heretofore.
jgsT- ORDERS respectfully solicited by
s 4m D. FOSTER & CO.
Lumber at Reduced Prices!
"W o IS oil
N. W. BOARDS & SCANTLING
$25 Per Thousand Feet !
D. FOSTER &. CO..
fa, THE HOUSE AND PnEMISES
ftplately occupied by the "Union Club," Rich
Also, the House and Premises adjoining, No. 29.
Possession given immediately. For farther par
ticulars, apply to J. H. CONKi",
S tf UrtO U. S. IlAKIOVt.
KA MOI FROM BREMEN!
A LARGE VARIETY OF
CAREFULLY SELECTED FOR THIS MARKET,
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Shirts, Shawls, Hats, Umbrellas,
Saddles, Bridles, Spurs, Blankets,
Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Flo-vrcrx.
Groceries, Hard ware,
Manila Rope from -J- to 1 J in.,
Lager Beer, Ales, Whiskey
Best English Hoop Iron
for Barrels and Kegs,
Lnncbnrg and Stassfurt Salt,
Candles, Corks, Water Filters,
Salt Peter, &c &c
Wrapping - Fanger I
For Solo Low ty P
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
ASSORTED CARGO !
&C., &Ca, &C.
FOR. SALE BY
E. P. ADAMS.
B HorseShoelng, Tj Tainting.
Carriage and li Repairing, Ac.,
General P at Keduced
Matkmilhini;, MX Kates,
A At the Shop of
SI. Bcintui, II
H B Hariri g proenret tie Ordert In thitliooinatnpe-
nserTices ot a Art i-cuts rtormanarr And at KMaced
IJotu Shotr, I urn now.VKatef. 31. BEN FIELD,
prepared to execute llRP 74aad75Kinjitrt,
DON'T READ THIS
OT7ITHOUT tTAliMXC TO KIAJIIXE the
T T best lot of Teblcles ever offered la the Ilonolaia
market; naraelj, one first-lass Light Koad Boggy, one fint
clas Medium ltoad Eoggy. one tecond-haod Baggr. one Sae
Top Baggy, cam Heavy Eiprraj Wagon, ona Tbrae-ieat
Wagon, oo9 XJght Hone Cart, oDa Gig Phaetea, one Three
Seat I'heaton, and two Standing-top Carriages
Also Two fine Carriage Hones.
The above will be sold at prices to salt tbe times.
Apply to M. BEN-FIELD,
52-3m 74 and 78 King Street. Honolnln.
To let !
ffianll THE PREMISES I.ATKI.T occupied
IJilUbj MB. J. PIL'Kt'ORD aa the "Criterion" tXSen
nouse and Billiard Room, corner cf Queen and Fort Streets.
Tbee are very suitable far a retail store or unices.
ALSO a rnmiahtd cottage at WaTaiki Beach.
Apply to W. L. GREEN.
ITonolnla. Jan'y Bib, 1S72. 52-tr
THE HAtVAIIA.V SEWS-
Published by me, has a regular edition cf
3,800 Copies Weekly I
hlch Is believed to be the LARGEST URCULA TlOXeitr
cbta'ned by any weekly paper In this Kingdom. Zach num
ber is now regularly
READ BY AT LEAST 20,000 FKBS0HS!
JOTS' Which Tender It tha BEST A Ti VTt2 TT TVf! UK.
DICil la this group tha only means cf reaching lha eara of
Advertisements inserted br the week, month or nuartar.
almost gratuitously, taking into account the circulation cf
tha paper. l'er tenia, te apply ta
H. M. WHITNEY, FnMiiher.
Br P. ADAMS.
WEDNESDAY. - - - Harclt6,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., AT SALES ROOM,
WILL BE OFFERED
An Assortment of
Fnncy Print. "Woolen and Cotton
Xwccdis, lllckorjr Stripes,
Pants, Coats, Undershirts,
Woolen nnd Cotton Xlirt, Sock.
Cases Kerosene Oil,
Cases Card Matches,
JIcMnrray's Fresh & Spiced Oysters,
Assorted Xnlile and PIo I'niits,
An Assortment of . Groceries,
Crockery and Glassware,
"Wrapping Paper, Tca, Tobacco,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
E. P. ADAMS, Auel'r.
HOUSE AND LOT!
OX3L V "tenri. St.,
On Saturday, March 9th,
At 12 o'clock M.t on the Premises,
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
H THE HOUSE AND LOT,
Situated at No. S, oo Alakoa St., Honolulu,
and described as follows :
" Commencing at the Norlh corner of Ihe lot on Ali
ke street, running South-easterly 66 or 67 feet along
the lano : tbenee Sooth-westcrl; 23 feet 3 inches
along the land of Kalnabi and Jiiau ; thence North
westerly 59 feet 3 inches along the land of Pahipuhi ;
thence North-westerly 47 feet alone; Alatea street to
the placo of commencement." With tho
FINE NEW TWO-STORY HOUSE!
theron. with front and back verandahs, two rooms
and two verandah closets in each story. Oorernment
water is laid on to tho premises aad tnerc are bathing
conveniences, the yard is nmnieu nun a vanciy oi
ornanental trees, and a substantial board fence sur
rounds tho whole lot. TERMS AT SALE.
For farther particular, enquire of
E. P. ADAMS, Auet'r.
ALL WOKK in the line of
Horso Shoeing, Carriage and General
Blacksaitaing, Paiittinp, Bepairinj,
Ac, is executed in a better maooer aail on more rea
sonable terms at the shop of M. OENFIELD, 74 and
76 King Street, Honolulu, than at any other place in
the city. 6-1"
One Elegant Phaeton !
rith Shafts and Pole, and Patent Lanterns.
6-.1t ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEIt A CO.
NO.IO! NOJO! NO. 10!!!
ARRIVED AT LAST,
'Queen F!"im m !'
Made Expressly to Order !
A nice lot of LADIES' KID GLOVES white, black
and fashionable colors.
REAL MADEIRA EDGINU and INSERTION,
With a variety of NEW OOODSselected by Mr. J.
T. Waterhouee, Jr., who is well acquainted with the
superior taste of the Ladies of Ilonolola.
J-Ira 1 JOIIiN TI10J1AS IV ATEKHUUSb,
TIIE VALUAHI.E PKOPEKTY
Koolla 3? artnl-t,
ISLAND OF KAUAI,
consisting of about
7,000 Acres Fee Simple Land,
(Royal Patent) with tho
IIiiildiiiKM Ac Improvements thereon.
unexpired leaso of pasture lands adjoining, and
(I. OOO Head of Cattle, more or less,
SO Hoi-nch, Oar In, TooIh,
VtciiKilx, Ac. A:c.
For particulars apply to
E. KRULL. Kauai, or
E. II0FF3CIILAEQER A CO.,
Honolulu Ice Ulannfactory!
TIIE UNDERSIONED HAVING RECEIVED A
fresh supply of Ammonia and made permanent
arrangements to prevent falling short iu the future,
ICE will be delivered to Regular Customers as before,
At five (S) cents pcrpcund.
Ordors can be ciren to Mr. IVm. Wallace, who baa
the salo and delivery in charge, or left on the slates
at Thos. O. Thrum's and at Jndd A Layton's.
Orders from the other Islands delivered alongside
the vessels, properly paeked, at same rate, with cost
of box and saw-duat added. Cost of box refanded if
returned to the Factory.
Refrigerators and Ice Boxes made to order at low
est possible prices. D. SMITH.
Honolulu, reb. 21, I87Z. Um
IN VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION IS
aaed by tbe Supreme Coart of the Hawaiian Is-
lands, npon a Judgment against the property of 0.
v. .mjiiuua. deceased, now In toe bands or Unifies
Kahala, Administrator, defendant in Exeeution. in
favor of John Shaw, plaintiff in exeeution for PIve
Hundred and Sixty-nine dollars 10-100. I have levi
ed npoa and. shall expose for sale to tbe highest bid
der On Thursday, the 14th day of March, A. D. 1S72,
at 12 o'clock noon, on the premises situated on Smith
Street, Honolulu, the following described property:
t, noomata ana, me ke Hint o keut Apana, ma ka
aoao e pill anala Puuwaia, me kealanuiSmith.amoe
aka ka aoao mua A. 42, Hi 40 11-12 kapaai ma ka
alaoui Smith a pili akn i ks S. Keakai. Alalia, A.
52' Ko. 65 4-12 kap. ma ko S. Keakai s pili aka i k
alanat oka Hui e oki aaa i ka apana alna okoa. ala
lia. He. 29 30, Ko. 36 4-12 kap. ma ke alanui Ho I a
pili aka i ko Puuwai. Alalia, He. 49 30 1 kanla,
4-1Z kap. a bikl I ke kihi i hoomaka al, eontaininr
2 fathoms. To-rether with all the houses thereon
situated. Unless the said judgment interest costa of
suit aad my fee and Commissions he previously sa
tisfied. W. C. PARKE,
Ilonolola, February 14, 1S72.
InEBEBY GIVTS NOTICE to all Peraona
havlnz claims anlut tha EsUIe of UIF.A1I MAI Eat-
late of Jlitlkl, Itlaad; of Oahu, deceased, Intestate, to present
tha same at my office witbin six mouths from thia data ; and
IliWfl iadebted ta Ihe aald lUtata ara reqaeated to maka 1m-
Deuiate pajineill lo me. 3. ii. IKJI,
Aaniinisiraur 01 ma suta or II tram jiaikaL deed.
Honolulu, feb. 7, 1E72. 4-1 1
A Cottace on Vuuanu At-
lit! ' " . uvu.v, wwm iwun, 1.1 I
.nn. i . .... v - - ....
bousa. etc, In tha rear of
mo resiuince oi tuo u. s. Lonsut. jiooir to
7-" II. DIJIO.VD.
MESS rOKK-Afcw barrels first mali.
ty Oregon Mess Fork, for sale by
7 B0LLES & CO.
AMERICAN 31 ESS BEEF and Oregon
. Prims Men Pork, Alio American Prime Fork
ia bond or daty paid, for sale by
7 B0LLES A CO.
Salmon Direct from the Packers !
BEST Colombia River Salmon packing of
1B7I, received per "Falkiaburg" and for aale br
48 BOLLES A CO.
EG8 ot Oregon Dried Apples, received
. per "Falktnborc" aad for sala bv
48 BOLLES A CO.
Br C. S. BARTOW.
XTXliOXS. 01-li"fc X3TOSXl2aa0B
COMER OF RICHARDS JT. WD P4UCE WIIX
ON THUE9DAY, : : HAKCH 7th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
IVill bo Sold at Pabtlc Asitkn,
ALL THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Belonging to isiltt CI no,
"Wooden Stable, Wooden Buildio:-,
Flap; Pole, ate.
C. 3. IIARTOW. AoeUeseeT.
Of iraLo.aX Estate,
IN WAIKfiLOA, WAIMBA, SOCIII K0IIALA,
"17 A.TJCTION I
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER Hatted ottt
of Ihe Supreme Ceurt ea the Jets day f Jean
ary, A. D. 1372, will be M atPuHie Anettra at ta
Auction-Room of C. S. Bat low, oo Qvrtat Stmt.
Saturdays the 0th day ofJIarch, A.D. 1872,
t 13 o'clock, noon.
All the right, title, aad laterest rf the KslaU f
ROBERT LETT, lata of Honelnla. deceased, in aaJ
to all that Trad or Land situaled ia Wr ltd
Waimsa, la South KohalA. Iiknd of UawaH. tha
same eonslstlog of Sesen Huadred and Klgbl Aevw.
The land Is Tery valuable far gruing porpes. aad
Is well located and well watered. There are apen th
premises a Dwelllog House, variena Oat Bawdtagf,
and a Tannery. Tha property is ltad for $ US per
annum, the Lease expirlas on th Jib day of tif
ttmber, A. D. 1S77. A plan f lie premises say M
seen at the Auction Room.
For further particulars apply ta J. W. Aoatla. Ad
mioistrator or the Estate of Robert Lett. Honolulu,
or to C. 3. BARTOW.
Houolula, Feb. S, 1872. 4-it AaeUsr.
Jlnrcla Otli, at 13 o'clock ?foont
(Immediately after the Sale of Real Estate,)
Will be Sold In front of Sales Roam, of tha Bstat f
Owen J. Holt :
One Wagon and Double Harness,
One Cart and Single Harness.
C. S. BARTOW, Aaetbaetr.
WEDNESDAY, : : : MARCH 13th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
AN ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE of REAL ESTATE
Waiann, Walahole, Dis. of Koolanpoko,
I3L.ND OF OAHU,
Br VIRTUE OF AN ORDER ISSUED OUT
of the Supreme Court of th llawaiiaa Islands, as
the 17th day of February, 1571, witl ba eld al pah
lie auction, at the auetioa rooms of C. S. Bartow, oe.
Queen Street, Honolulu, en
Saturday, the 33rd) day of Marcb, A. D. 1 ST'4,
at 13 o'cloeli noon,
All the right, title, and intere'rt r th Estate) of
SAMUEL JACOBS, deceased, is and. ta two pieces
of land, situated ia Watana, Waihle, District of
Koolanpoko, Islaad of Oaha. The makai piece een
sists of ten and one-half acres ef Hee, a kalo land with
a dwelling honio therean, aad tl leased far a term -T
five years, from the 1st day of February. 1571, at
yearly rental of $210 per annuia, payable semi-aa-nually,
and will be sold subject to tbe lease. Th
mauka portion consists of 17 acres of rastare aad
wood-land, of which immediate pteniB may ba
For further partlenlari applieatian may be mad to
J. W. Austin, Exeeutor of the will of Samaet Jaeett,
or to C. S. BARTOW.
In the District of Halelea, Island of Kauai.
BY VIRTUE of nn Order, issued oat ef
the Supreme Court of the UawaiUa Ieiaade. a
the 4th day of March, A. D. 1S72, wilt ba said at
Fublie Auction, at tbe AnetWn Roost af C. S. 3artw.
on Queen Street, Honolulu,
On Saturday, 6th of April, 1872.
At 19 o'clock rVoen,
All tbe right, title tod laterest cf the Estate of TfiT
liam II. Pease, late of Uoaolulo, Uaeeasaal. la aad t
All that Tract of Land,
Known by the name of flaena, situated ia th Dia
triet of Halelea. Island of EauaL Than an ia thjs
Land about 2100 Acres, of whieh 4M AsrU an avait
ahle for agricultural and graiisg parpse, aad th
Land Is well watered, and runs from the seat to th
mountain tha whole forming a desirable Estata far
investment or improvement. THI gwd. A plan f
tbe premises may be seeo at th Aaetlea Reeta.
For further paitiealars apply to J. W. AL STIK.
Administrator of th stat of Wil!'iaes II. PaaJa, or
to C. S. BARTOW.
8 it Asetieaeer.
Ex HAWAIIAN" BAEK KA MOI
Galvanized Iron PaKs, M aad II kMfc.
do i tTaabisTiiba,trfiaalsaiaach.
Fence "Wire, Xoe. 4. a, a.
Oil S hooka, Kaw Oak Barrel.
Oak Boats varSeoe tisaa tjr coasiara,
Beit Poctlaad Ceaeat,
Eszllih Ur Bricks, ufaim aad tub,
ItajEttoaca, lsl3 aad la9,
Kaain la batTala,
ESfty I)s(jhn, 1 loUgtAiea,
Which thsy effcr ta aala at law raUt.
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PATnO.TIZED BT ALZ THE -tVOni.0
RIMHXL'8 Iblaat-lhUar. Taaala, Baaaa, Jgei
dob, yraaiipana, and otaar Prrf aaas f siaablta fraapmax -EJamxl'a
Liveader Water, aiatlllad frota MHekaaa IVn ,
BlmnMra Tail. I Tlaecar, celebrated tar Ua aaacd aad aa
Klmni.t's Eatraet f Una Jgfe ao-1 Olrearla-v tbav u
prrparttloa tut tbe Hair, capeeially la warm eUnalts.
EtaiiDal'a DaranE Oil Soap, partaaiad with .taatnajaa t
KimnnrsQIjterim. Haeay. "nriadaeraadnlkarT'flal SVar -Xlmnurs
Som Water, Coatoa aad Tfcnl Crackers, vr
am mi tog for Balls asd Parties.
BtmmarsTlc.es, Koaa-kaf, Bkaaaal ctkarTaBat IWev
A LUenl JUtvana la Bktffert.
ZCOEXE IIUIMEL, Pat fa mar UILB.IL th tMactaa
Walea. td Strand, US JUrast street, aad M Corakiil L
doo; llBoaWrarddaaltatlaaa. Paraa,aad IltiaJ-aK. -Brighton.
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Notice of Assignment.
O0OPZ3. of UniolBls. dki ea tha aizbtb dav at J.
nary, A. D. 1172, coavey aad aaaija u th asdanifatd a."
aia Mia I a in IDia aiacaani, pous reaa aaa paneaM, la irt
hr tha baaeat ef hia cradltars; all persons aavaxdaaaa. a
aralast aaid tata axa aotlaad t tersdea t& saaaa Sa
Boderslsned, aad all partita tadabtad ta tb said lra
liamilua Cocpar ara recaired ia silks Hmadiata payao' 4
of tha amoaats daa by them to tka asdmliraad.
TT. L. tIO, jLudra-
Uooolnlo, Jassarj Is, 1KZ
OULHKSprn Candles, Cmei, 4s; do.
da b. warraott gvrtiae. aTarSalaby
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