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Op tbs President or the Board of Edcca
tiox to the Legislatcee of IS 72.
5b Vie IsgUlatwc A&mMy of the JTavaiim Itlanit:
In accordance with the reqnlrementa of law, I
have the honor to lay before you the following
.Report or the proceeding of the Board of Edu
cation for the biennis period ending March 31st,
the schools is the ei.vgdosi.
Common Uh SK 3RJ i 4
. GonTOBtat IT Schools 4 34 1 J
DaSeswalsaldrlbyGcTenilneDt. 8 16 lt
JaJtxlrJlt Ikmnlinj; fchwjll 4 1 &
lD4rnlt I)T.StbJ 14 SI!
Total Member or PupHi In the sxbooU. SJi! ITtl Sttc
These schools have all been placed npon one
common grade, and a systematic coarse of ele
mentary instruction adopted ; which, by exclud
ing the more advanced branches, it is hoped will
conform them more nearly to the requirements or
law. Teachers' conventions have beeD, and are
BtiH, held at stated times and places, and have
proved beneBcial to teachers in an educational
peint or view, besides giving them tacitly to on-,
derstand, that tbey are not to be left to work out
each the details of his school according to what,
in his opinion, may constitute the elements of a
An annual examination for teachers, and others
desirous of becoming such, tales place in Decem
ber of each year. It is pleasing to be able to
state, that the common school teachers in the
majority of the districts, are awaking to some
thing like a trne sense of the responsibility of
their position. The schools are now progressing,
as wiH be seen by the
ATTENDANCE OF rUTILS.
The attencance for the biennial period ending
December 31st, 1671, was C274, showing an in
crease of 33C pupils ; the number for the corre3
pouding period of 1S69 being 5933. This in-
crease can not be accounted for by the the with
drawal of pupils from the select schools, as these
can likewise show an increase of 21 in the atten
dance of pupils.
j;rvr school houses
To the number of 20 have been duiltin destitute
localities. The storms of 1671 have been a chief
source of this destitution having blown down
many old structures. Repairs have also been
made on a great number of houses, thu3 causing
this item of the expenses of the Department to
overrun considerably theamountvotedby the Leg
islature. By transferring sums from the amount
voted for the support of commonascboola in des
titute districts, the Board has been enabled
promptly to supply all immediate necessities in
the building department. Bat few localities
sow remain to be supplied with comfortable
school houses. There is still, however, a great
lack of necessary school furniture. Cheap and
durable de:ks are wanted fur ihe pupils.
I would recommend the continuation of an ap
propriation to meet these wants, and to build the
few school-houses still ndeded.
STECtAL AID TO THE COMMON SCHOOLS.
The liberality of past Legislatures supplement
ing by grants of money the deficient school funds
of a great majority of the districts has enabled the
Board of Education to keep the common schools
open throughout the biennial period. The defi
ciency still calls for a further liberal grant from
your Honorable Body.
A great want in the matter of text books for
the common schools has been met by the prepar
ation and publication of a Header. This book
is compiled from a progressive series of Headers,
and original articles prepared expressly for the
work. The cost of production has been about
fifty-six cents a copy for an edition of 7000.
It having become apparent to the Board of
Education that the common school teachers were
very deficient in a knowledge or tbe principles
and details of their profession, they authorized
the Inspector General or Schools to prepare a
Manual Tor the use or such teachers.
This Manual has been completed and placed in
the bands or every teacher or a common school
in the kingdom, accompanied with instruction to
conform their practiccto the rules therein laid
down, so far as practicable. Copies of the Reader
and Manual are ready for inspection by your
The Board of Education have authorized the
publication of a Geography for tbe use of tbe
common schools. This work is now In a course
ol preparation In the Department Office. I would
respectfully recommend that an appropriation for
the printing or school books be granted by your
Honorable Body, the preparation or text books
having become one of.the most important of the
duties or the Department, and should keep pace
with tho progressive spirit or the age.
BOARDLVG SCHOOLS CONDCCTED BT GOVERNMENT
Rev. S. E. Bishop, Principal ; Rev. A. O.
Forbes, Professor ; Makaimoku, Assistant
Number or Pupils, 103.
During the severe earthquake or February,
1871, the dwelling house or the Principal of this
High School was so badly shaken as to demand
very extensive repairs; so much so, indeed, that
it was deemed the best economy to pull down the
old building and construct a new one. For this
purpose tbe Board voted tbe sum of $2000, for
which amount a durable wooden building has been
erected. The institution is progressing satisfac
torily, its relations to the common schools having
been clearly defined. The curriculum of study Is
being remodeled, in a measure, in order to meet
those relations, namely, the supplying of teachers
to the common schools. Lahainaluna Seminary
is the child of the Nation, and havinggrown with
its growth, holds the same relative place in tho
affections of this people as do Harvard and Yale
in that or New England's sons and daughters. In
asmuch as the course of instruction is free in our
Island University, the Board or Education hope
that, in future, many or the young men who have
been educated at tbe expenso or tho Nation, may
become the apt instrmctors of the rising genera
tion. The nearer this institution approaches tbe
character or a Normal School, the greater wilt
be its sphere of usefulness.
Haleakala Boy's School
Rev. J. P. Green, Principal ; Mrs. S. A. Thurs
ton, Assistant; Day Pupils, 12; Boarders, 20;
During the past biennial period, this school has
neither progressed nor retrograded in tbe attend
ance of pupils. Early in January, 1871, a new
building was completed for tbe accommodation or
more boarders; bat the people at largo do not
appear to be eager to avail themselves or the ad
vantages or this institution. Its future may be
brighter than has been its past.
There is a large dairy connected with tbe in
stitution, tinder the management or Mr. W. U.
Rogers. During the past year it has been pecu
niarily profitable, besides affording a channel of ;
industry to the boys or the school, enabling many
or them to very nearly meet their expenses of
board by the labor of their own hands.
The Board are endeavoring to place this scl CO
upon a self-supporting basis.
I.VDCKTR1AL AND REFORMATORY ECtlOOL.
Missilary Parker, Principal: Mr.nnd Mrs.S.
Eauhane. Assistants ; Xnmber of Pupils, 70.
The object of this institution is to change mis
chievous boys into good citizens ; and for this
purpose steady out-door employment is furnished
them, which, together with a short in-door scnooi-
ing. it is hoped will bring about the desired result.
Whenever a good opportunity has occurred,
bovs have been apprenticed out to the mechani
cal trades. During he past biennial period, there
have been of Boys-rXumber of Commitment,
70; Dismissals, 45; Remaining, fli ; of Isirls-
Number or Commitments. 2 ; Dismissals. 2.
The Board of Education has endeavored to in
augurate a department for girls, but without suc
cess so far, owing to their inability to procure tbe
services of a person competent to act as the mat-
ran of such a department. Greater sccccss may
await their future efforts in this direction.
Tbe institution has been successfully conduct
ed by thos having the immediate charge of it.
I would recommend this institution to the
continued liberality or your Honorable Body.
DAT SCHOOLS OOXDrCTED BT COVERXJIKXT.
Hilo Union Softool
J. Kavanagh, Principal ; Miss Ellen Rowell,
Principal Girl's Department ; Mr. G. K. Mnka
and Mr. E. P. Hoaai, Assistants Boys Depart
ment; Mrs. Margaret Nape and Mis. Hoaai, As
sistants Girls' Department ; Number of Pupils
Boys. 129 ; Girls, 94 ; total. 223.
This institution is the free town school for the
District ol Hilo. It has absorbed five district
common schools formerly conducted within the
town of Hilo. lis curriculum or study is cairied
on in both the Hawaiian and English languages,
thus lending to give the pupil greater aptitude
than were the same studies to be pursued in
either language alone.
One or its immediate objects is the fitting or
pupils to act as teachers in the common schools
The corp3 or teachers is paid, partly from the
fund for the support or English and Hawaiian
Schools, ami partly from tbe Hilo District School
Fnnd. The school is advancing satisfactorily.
Fort Street SdiuoL
M. B. Beckwilh. Priiicit.nl : Miss M. J. Arm
strong and Miss Flora Wood, Assistants; Num
ber of Pupils Hoys, 53 ; Girls, 1C ; total, C9.
In respect to attendance. Ibis school has retro
graded during the putt biennial period ; the attend'
ance reported in 1870 being boys. 74 ; girls. 38 ;
total, 112. The school appears however to be
well conducted, and has a competent corps of in
Ber. A. Macintosh, Principal ; Mrs. Caroline
Kinney. Asssistant Principal ; Miss Louisa Brick-
wood, Miss 11. Smith and Miss C. Davis, Assis
tants ; Number of Pupils, 152.
Mr. J. R. Kinney having resigned the Princr
palship of this school iu September of last year.
Rev. Mr. Macintosh was elected to the vn&mry.
The course of instruction is such as to (it pu
pils, upon graduating, to enter the higher daises
in Oahu College with credit, or materially assists
them in finding lucrative employment in the dif
ferent branches of industry established in the
Mililani Girls' Sdtool
Miss S. P. Coruey. Principle ; Miss Theodora
Paty. Assistant ; Number of pupils. 38.
This school appears to be in a languishing
state, the pupils having diminished in nuiubeis
from 5G in attendance in 1870, to 38, the attend
ance at the present time, the reason for this ap
pears in the general unpopularity of this class of
school amongstthe pupils themselves. The same
thing id true in those common schools wherein
the sexes are separate!. The children, in a great
measure, controlling their parents, are by these
parents allowed to make their own choice of a
school, and ale thereot sent. So long as the
children ore alio wd to exercise au undue control
0ver the judgment of their p.ireuts or guardians,
so long will there be a powerful influence acting
adversely to the eslabliitimentof girls' day schools.
The course of instruction in the Mililani echo. I
appears to be thorough, and is faithfully carriid
out by the instructors.
Medical Scliool, Honolulu.
G. P. JuJJ, M. I)., Instructor; Number of
The amount voted by tbe last Legislature for
the medical instruction of Hawaiian youth, has.
been expended for that object. The experiment
has been fully inaugurated by the Board, and the
carrying out or it coufided to the caru or Dr. G.
1'. Judd. Ten students, chiefly young men.
have been selected with great care by the Doctor,
and, for over a jear past, have been in constant
attendance upon a course of plain medical lectures.
These lectures have been accompanied by the
practical education of the dispensary which bus
formed an adjunct or tLe school. The students
now under the Doctor's charge, have contracted
to go to designated localities among the districts
remotely removed from the reach or regular med
ical aid at tbe expiration of a two years course of
It is to be hoped that the cxporiment thus in
augurated will prove successful, and assist in
weaning the people from their ancient supersti
tious practice of tbe healing art.
SCHOOLS AIDED BV GOVERNMENT. BOARDING
SCHOOLS TOR GIRLS.
Mdkawao Female Seminary.
Rev. C. B. Andrews, Principal ; Mrs. An
drews. Mis3 Carpenter, Assistants; Number of
This seminary has been reopened in a new and
commodious building erected upon the spot occu
pied by the building burnt down in 18C9. It is
conducted in an efficient and able manner by its
present corps of instructors, and gives promise of j
becoming an institution to which parents and
guardians shall delight to send their children and
war-Is, to obtain a thorough domestic training.
The Board of Education has granted aid to this
school to tbe amount of $1500 for building pur
poses, and $00 in capitation fees.
St. Cross Female Seminary. Lahaina.
S. M. Phoebe, Matron ; S. M. Clara, Assist
ant ; Number of pupils, 58.
This seminary has been in existence a number
of years, and is of vital importance to the wellbe-
mgoi toe community surrunnding it, and amongst
whom it is deservedly popular. Capitation fe s
to the amount of S2S35 hive been paid to it dur
ing the past biennial period.
Kairaiahao Female Seminary.
Miss Lydia Bingham. Principal ; Miss E.Birc-
ham, Miss Flaxman, Assistants ; Number of pu
T his seminary has been in existence long
enough lo denionslr. te its great value and influ
ence in forn.ini tbe character of Ihe young in our I
midst. It ti kei high rank as an educational insti
tution, and ii i. opu ar asylum Tor the daughters
of iho nation. Ji has tx-cn tbe recipient or aid
to the amount of $1557.50, in capitation fees.
Waiahia Female Seminary.
M:fM. E. Green, Principal; Miss Goodale.
A&Utant ; Number of Pupils, 30.
After a period extending over eighteen months,
this eminarv has been re-opened, and is now in
floa.isb.nj condition. The Board has granted j
aid to the amount of 51500 to assist in re estab
lishing the school.
Koloa Female Seminary.
Tills is a small family school under the charge of
Mrs. Dr. Smith, assisted bv her dauchters. It
numbers 11 pupils, end has received S507.50 in
capitation fees. In a quiet manner this school
has done a great amount of good to the youth or
Kauai in Tormer years, and is destined, irconlifr
ned, to benifit many more in years to come.
In all of the above seminaries the English lan
guage is made the vehicle or instruction. This is
true also or all the schools in the kingdom other
than the common schools.
The Board would congratulate the nation at
large, through your Honorable Body, on the very
efficient and energetic manner in which the cauee
of female education is being forwarded in our
midst. The good resulting from the multiplying
of this class or institutions in our midst cannot
be doobted ; and the Board or Education stand
ready to second, lo the extent or the means placet!
at their disposal, all further well-directed eflort in
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOVS.
Hilo Boarding School
Rev. D. B. Lyman, l'rincial; Miss Lizzio
Lyons, Assistant Principal ; J. Hulubulu and J.
H. Nawahi, Assistants; Number or Pupils, 73.
This institution may with truth be said to be
identified with ine progress or civilization and
enhghtenment in tbese islands, having been in
existence nearly forty years. It has done a great
amount or good, and still does not feel the bur
den of years. It is at the present time one of the
chief sources whence are derived ihe teachers for
the common schools. Its important in this res
pect is second lo no educational institution in the
land ; the teachers which it supplies to the com
mon schools lieirg', as a class, more docile and
trustworthy than any other class in the employ
of the Board. The Board contributes towards
tbe support ol this school the sum r$900 p?r
annum from the appropriation Tor the maintain
auce ol Knglish and Hawaiian i-chools. and $250
per annum from the Hilo district school fund. A
sum for repairs of school buildings has also been
allowed from the same fund.
Number or students, 38. This institution also
dates back the commencement or its existence to
the early days or our civilization. The Board
maintains one scholarship here, at the expeuse
or $100 annually.
Is conducted by Iter. U. and Mrs. Mason.
Number or students. 29.
This institution, recently removed from Laha
ina. has been located in Pauoa Valley. Pupils
here receive a course of high school training.
The Uurd maintains eleven scholarships ut this
college, utan annual expense of $100 each. These
scholarships are awarded to such boys as may be
wholly given up by their parents or guardians to
the control nf the Board, d iring minority, and
whom the Board may deemed qualified in all res
pects for such a trust on their part.
E. P. Church, President; Mr. Chickering.
Professor; Mrs. Church. Assistant: Number of
Students Hoys. 30 ; Girls, 1 1 ; total, 41.
The Alumni nf this institution are to be met
with in every lawful culling, ami in erery portion
of the kingdom, and are able to give u good ac
count of themselves.
I'he Board-maintains three scholarships here.
at an annual expense ol $180 ; and, in appointing
candidates to these scholarships, preference is
given to native Hawaiian youth who may prove
DAT SCHOOI.S ASSISTED BV GOVERNMENT.
Miss H. F. Coan's Scliool. Hilo.
Numbers 31 pupils, and receives $100 a year
from the school fund or the district. The scliool
is attended by the younger children of the foreign
SL Josepli's ScJiool. Hilo.
Numbers 56 pupils, und is taught by Rev.
-Charles Pouzot. useisted by Mr. G. S. Renway.
This school receives a subsidy of $200 a year
from the district fclioal fund. It is attended
by Hawaiian children.
Mrs. Lidgate's Sc7iool Hdo.
Numbers 20 pupils, Hawaiians, and receives
S10 per annum from the distrct scliool fund.
Mr. Martin's English School, Knit.
Numbers 17 pupils, all Hawaiians, mid receives
an annual gn.nl of $100 from tie school fund
of that district.
Mr. W. G. HnrCs School. Wailuht.
Numliers 53 pupils, und receives assistance
from the Wuiluku district school fund to the
amount of $200 a year.
Mr. Lunscombe's English School for Chinese.
Kept on the Bethel piemises, numbers 18
pupils, and receives an annual grant of $200
from the appropriation for English and Hawui
lan schools. I he school lieiiitr composed of
those whose occupations necessitate their atten
tion during tho day, is kept in the evening, three
evening in each week being devoted to that pur
pose. I le pupils appear to be progressing favor
ubly in their efforts to acquire u useful knowledge
It would be we'l were schools or this nature
established at all the centers, or Chinese pupu
lation in our midst.
Miss A. F. Johnson's ScJiool at Hanalei.
Numbers 50 pupils, and receives an annual
grant or SiCO.
Mr W. H. Cule's Scliool TTaimea.
Nuuil ers 29 pupils, and receives $120 per an-
nam fn m the Wuiinea district school fund.
All of the above day schools have been regu-
Iar'y visited by the Inspector General of School,
and liy linn are reported to be worthy of the aid
extended to them.
INDEPENDENT BOARDING SCHOOL.
Mrs. Lyons, of Waimea, Hawaii, has a small
family school for lit le girls which number five.
She keeps also a smalt day school, attended by
five pupils. She is assisted by her daughter.
The Sisters of the Sacred Hearts have a large
and flourishing institution for girls, upon the
Roman Caiholic premises, Honolulu. Numbers
if pupils hoarder 51, day pupils 55, total 106.
St. Andrew's Priory is another large and im-
pi rta-it seminary for girls, and is located on the
groinda of the English -Reformed Catholic
t'l urch. The number of pupils attended echoool
ihere are 67, or which number 45 are day pupils.
Mr. William Gulick's Family Boys' School still
exists, and maintains iu reputation for thorough
ness of instruction. It numbers 18 pupils.
independent DAT SCnOOLS.
The following table embraces ulluf these schools
which have not been mentioned previously in con
nection with the boardinc schools;
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Labulna- Father Inlurt-.
H lb li
II 5 20
43 2L tS
10 f IS
11 1. 3
7f -. 9i
U Su 13i
SI IC 37
Othn Ilunolula, SL Albui'i Culiestl..'.'.'..
KwihiM Eiis. a-dionl...
KanniftLiiiili .... .h..a
Euul Et. E. Ilt.'ekutuljr. Kuj. tchjul.
God save toe King.
Y. P. KAMAKATJ,
President of the Board of Education.
The Snffcrcr's Best Friend
Bad legs, Ulcerous Sores, Bad Breasts and
Xo description of wound, sore or nicer can rest
the healinc rroDertiti of this excellent Ointment.
The worn etfes readily irmmt a healthy appnrnce
whenever thii mendicant is applied ; sound Beth
iprtngs up from the bottom of the wound, in&aroalion
of the turmanding ikin is arrested and a complete
and a permanent cars quickly follows the uic of the
Files, Fistulas and Internal Jnflamation
Thcfe distressing and weaVening diseases may with
certainty be cured by Ihe sufferers themselves. If they
will use Ilotlowj' Ointment and closely attend to
the printed instructions. It should be well rubbed on
the neighboring parts, when all obnoxious matter
will do removed. A poultice oi oread ana waier may
sometimes be applied at bed lime with advantage;
the tno-t scrupulous cleanliness mast be observed. If
those who read this paragraph will bring it under the
notice or their acquaintance wnom it may concern
tbey will render a service that will never be forgotten
as a cure is certain.
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia.
Nothing has the power of reducing ioflamation an
subduing pain in these complaints in the same degree
as Holloway's cooling Ointment and pqnrying 1 ills.
When used simultaneously they drive all ioflamation
and depravitie- from tbe svstem, subdue and remove
all enlargement or too joints, and leave tbe sinews
an'l musc.'es lax and uncontraeted. A cuie may ai
ways be effected even under the worst circumstances
it tbe use vi these medicines be perseered In.
Eruptions, Scald Bead, Ringworm and
other Skin Diseases.
After fomentation with warm water, the utmost re
lief and speeJiest euro can be readily obtained in all
complaints JuVcting tbe sbiu and joints, by ihe sim
uitaneous use of the Ointment and Pills. Hut it must
be remembered that nearly all skin diseases indicat
the depravity of tho blood and the derangement of
the liver and stomach; consequently, in miny case
time is required to purify the blond, which will be
effected by a judicious use of the Pills. The general
bealtb will readily be improved, although the erup
tion may be tint en out more Ireelv than before
which should he promoted. Perseverance is neces
Sore Throat, TJiptheria. Qninsey, Mumps
and all other Derangements of the
On the appearance of any nf theso maladies, th
Ointment should be well rubbed at least three times
day upon the neck-and upper part of Ihe chest, so as
to penetrate to the glands, as salt is Torced into meat;
this course will at once remove inflamation and ulcer
ation. The worst cases will yield to this treatment
by following the printed directions.
Scrofula or King's Evil and Swelling of
This class of cases may be cured by Itolloway'a pu
rifying Pills and Ointment, as their double action o
purifyin-r the blood and strengthening the system ren
ders ihem more suitable than any other remedy foi
all complaints of a scrofulous nature. As the blood
is impure, the liver, stomach and bowels beinc much
deranged, require a purifying medicine to bring about
Bulk the Ointment and PiUt ilouU le uienT in the fol
Cad Legs Cancers Sore Throat
Bad Breasts Contracted and Shin Diseases
Hums Stiff Joints fll.nilular Swell
Bunions Elephantiasis ings
Bite of Mosqni- Fistulas Sore Head
to or Sandfly Oout Scurvy
Coco-bay Lumbago . Tumors
Chiego-foot Piles Ulcers
Chilblains Rheumatism Wouuds
Chapped Hands Scalds Yaws
Corns (soft) Sore Nipples
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L0WAY, 244 Strand, (nearTempIe Bar) London, and
by all respectable Druggists jnd Dealers in Medicine!
throughout thecivilited wjrld. at the following prices
Is. 1I., 2s. Sd is. 6., lis., 22s., and 3.1s. each Tot,
.e There is a considerable saving by taking the
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flood Grey and White all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 IHoacued Sheeting,
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets.
Aiuokcag Denims, Jeans, Drills and
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sup'r Ass't of Stationeryj
Water Lined Note Paper.
While Ruled Note Paper,
White Ruled Laid Leaf. Letter and Bill Paper.
White. Cuff and Amber and Letter and Note
Payson'a Indeliblc.and Carter's Copying Ink,
Arlifts' A Uook-lteepers' l-lexioie llulers.
Smith A Wesson's Pistols 1 Cartridges,
Hair Girths, Stirrups t Leathers,
Spanish Trees, Groupers and Bridles,
Oak Belling, Street Brooms,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Ifulinu I'ncIiiiiK auiicc Leather,
Paints, Oi!s, &c.
White Zinc -t Lca-1, in 1, 2 l 25 H container
Pan ami Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Umber, S tenner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders of Putty,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal und Furniture Varnish,
Boiled Lin teed Oil, Turpentine
Mason' Blacking, Coffee Mill,
Axe. Pick, Sledge, Adz, Hoc, Oo,
Hammer A. Chiel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks,
Crosere, Iltwels, and Cbampering Knives,
Fore, Smooth, Jack A Jointers,
Cut Nails, 3. 4, 6, S, 10. 12, 20, 30, 40, SO and
fiOd. Boat Nails, 1. li, li A 2 inch,
Pressed Nails, 22 inch.
Cooper's Rivets, 4. 7 t S lbs,
Copper Rivets Burs, j, j,
i a Inch, Gimp Ticks,
Iron 1 Copper Tacks of all sizes.
Best Rnbber Hose, , j, 1, 1 1 2 inch.
Centrifugal. Varnish. Paint. White-Wash
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i. 1,2.3.4. 6. 8. 10 a 12 quarts.
Covered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans.
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. T binges, steels,
Hammers, Gauges. Squares. Chisels,
Angers. Sieves Lime Squeezers,
Yard Sticks. Bung Starterfc, Axes,
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Eagle Horse. A and 0 Plows and
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Protoxide nf Iron, Pain Killer,
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THE HOUSE nnd premises
No. 150 Nouann Avenue, at present
occupied by W. L. OHEEN". Esa. Possession civen
on the first of April.
Also llie Ilonse and premises Xio. 14s adjoining.
Posseasion given immediatelv.
tut particulars apply to C. r.. n Ibl.IAilS
or J. II. WOOD.
Honolulu, Feb. 5th, 1S72 t
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Towels, White and Groj Cotton Huek Towels. Horse
Blankets, bales of Blankets in all wool and all cotton,
bales Brown Cotton, bales White Madapolams. bales
of Fancy English Prints, bales White Ground Prints,
bales Printed Brilliants', cases White Brilliants, eases
White Moleskin, White Cotton Onll. Hair Linen do,
All Linen Drill, bales Bine Cotton, bales Bine Flin
nel. eases White Linen Dark. Vail Barege of all col's.
Silk Grenadine for Vails, White Cashmere, Black Me
rino and Thibet, fine Black Cobnrg, Baratheas. Rant
ing, colored Lined Drills, White Jaconet, Mnll Mus
lin, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns, Swiss Dotted Muslin,
Anti-Macassar, mack, unite a urown Linen inreaa,
Wbito Cotton Thread; Heavy and extra wide Ticking.
Halr-elnth Seating. Black Oil-cloth. Grey Linen Drill,
Horrock's White Cotton Long Cloth. Crochet Cotton,
bales Blue Drilling Heavy White Corduroy, Amos
keag Denims. Italian Cloths. Black and Blue Broad
cloth, Heavy White Cotton Bed Sheeting. Cashmere
d'eensse. Carpets and Tapestries. Taje Check. Paper
Camlries, Silsias,fine Whi'e Linens, Ladies' Corsets,
Buttons and Trimmings for tailors' use. Black, Brown
and White Linen Hollands. Black Silk, Black and
White Cotton Wadding, Zephir Wool, Saddle Cloths,
Black Crepe, etc.
French Teas in Water. French Teas In Butter, tins
Peas and Carmu. Asparagus, Soup Bouilly. Mock,
Turtle, Julien Crab, Kidney, 1 owl, uxtail and liare
Soups, tins i f Tongue, Brunswick Liver, Mushroom,
Westphalia, Italia, Cerrelat, Sausages, etc.. Currant,
Apples and Haberry Jellies in jars, Strawberry. Car
rant, Raspberry and Currant Juice, Raspberry Vine
gar, cases Mixed Pickles. Piealilly. Onions and Gher
kins, Limburg and Swiss Cheese, barrels Rvo Floor,
Sour Cabbage in Kegs, kegs Salted Branner Kohl,
Curly Kehl. tins Brauner Kehl or Curly Kehl Cabbage
!cgs Dutch Herrings, kegs Salted German String
Beans, kegs Sailed Turkish Peas, Canary and Kapa
Seed, demijohns Yellow and Green Split Peas, Sar
dclles and Anchovies in patent glass and tin boxes,
kegs Saltpeter, cises Sweet Oil, Westphalia Hams,
kegs Russia Sardines, French Prunes in glass, Smyr
na Figs in glas, Zante Currants in tins, Muscat Rai
sins in tins. Capers iu glass, glasses Preserved Lamp
reys. Russia Caviar in patent boxes. Candles.Saltna
ter Soap, French Chocolate, casts Confectionery,
Manipan and other Sweetmeats, Vinegar in demi
johns and barrels, Grocery Paper and Bags, etc.
24 DIFFERENT BRANDS BEST HUNGARIAN WINES
in cases. RHINE WINES In cases, such as Lieb
fraucnmilch. Gcisenheimcr, Hochheimer, Niersteiner,
Rndesheimer. Deidesheimer, Bocksbeutel, all warrant
ed genuine, Medoc 1862 and 1S64 in cases, Sauterne
and Haut Sauterne. Cases CLARET of other brands.
such as Chit Litage, Lagrange. Leoville, Chamber-
tin. Cases Port 11 inc. Sherry. Marachino. Malt fcx
tract. Xordhanscr Brantweln. Scotch and Irish Whis
key. Nordbauser Kummel and double Kumrael, Swed
ish Punch and Cocktail, French Cognac, Angostura
and Boonekamp Bitters, best and real Holland Gin,
imitation Holland Gin, casks Brandy Gin and Rum,
Dectjcn & Schroder's star brand Ale in pts and qts,
Norwegian Beer In pts and qts, Marian's Draft Ale In
casks, Alcohol in demijohns and kegs, Seltzer Water.
Ladies' Hats and Bonnets, new styles. Children's
Hats and Gents' Kelt Hats, new styles. Ladies,' Chil
dren's and Gents' Gloves, colored Kid Gloves for La
dies and Gents. Suspenders, Garters, White Piquo
Vests, line Blue Sacks, Black and Bine Cloth Pants,
White Duck Sacks, Pants and Vests. Orlean and Al
pucca Sacs, Prima Pants, figured Moleskin Pants,
figured Victoria Pants, Silk Umbrellas, nhalebone
frames extra sites. Ladies' Silk Umbrellas. Brown and
Blue Cotton Umbrellas, a complete assor t of Gents
Linen and Paper Colars, Neekties, Men's white and
grey heavy merino half-hose, men's and boys, heavy
brovn cotton socks, ladies' superior white stockings.
Merino undershirts and drawers, extra sizes, brown
cotton undershirts, pilot reefing jackets, monkey jack
ets, waterproof coats, white cotton hemmed handker
chiefs, superior white linen and lawn handkerchiefs,
mourning handkerchiefs, calico and madapolam shirts
and other numerous articles.
BLANK BOOKS, such as ledgers, journals, day
books, cash books, stock books, account books, copy
ing books, note books, book rojios. octave books.
Bill, cap and letter paper, pens and pen holders, ink,
copying presses, etc. etc.
Faints c&3 oil.
White lead and tine, black and green paints, lin
seed oil, sheet lead, etc. etc.
Melodeons, Iron Safes,
TWO ROSE-WOOD COTTAGE PIANOS !
Best eau de colog-e, pomatums, hair oil, fine per
fumery, toilet soaps, etc. etc.
Cases nioknnck" and fancy article, tors and dollf.
jack knlvey, botcher knirea and pen Inires, water
monkeys, silk beltinzB ribbrinj in larzo assortment.
feather" and plaint's, artificial flowers and wreaths,
rutta perch a round comb, dressing and fine tooth
combs, ladies dre;s trimmings, fir.e embroideries, tho
bft ol Herman cigars, corks, black hnt ribbon. black
poHahed fence wire, a good article, hoop inm, Manila
ropo, hemp sail twine, walking sticks, violin strings,
books and ejes, hair pins, meerschaum pipes, orna
mental globe table lamps, watches, window glass, etc.
GOODS SUITABLE FOR ALL TRADES!
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
PERFUMERY, &c. &c.
EXPECTED via PANAMA
pASES PRINTS, ULALHS, white and
V. dark ground trims.
TWEEDS, CASSIHEEES, CLOTHS
WHITE and BROWX
Boots & Shoes for Ladies,
GENTS and CHILDREN.
Denims, Brilliants and
Numerous Other Articles
SUITABLE POB THE TRADE !
Cases Downer's Best Kerosene Oil,
Cases Best American Card .Matches.
Bales American neavy
Amoskeag Denims, &c tc.
ALL THE ABOVE AEE POB SALE
OX THE MOST
REASONABLE TERMS & LIBERAL PRICES
ountry Dealers are Particularly Invited
Hj Stock befure purchasing elieirhere.
3- 3m THEOD. C. HEUCK. Fort Stretf.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK!
IEIcvujl tSa Bread. !
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer (Tom San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions &c.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works
A splendid assortment of the above
celebrated FRENCH CALF SCREWED
BOOTS just received; also, a few more
left of FRENCH CALF GAITERS,
which will be sold at the Lowest Possible
M. S. CRINBAUM & CO.
Tlin VALUAIII.E PJtOPEUTV
ISL.AXD OF ICAU.II.
7,000 Acres Fee Simple Land,
(Royal Patent) with tho
IIuIIilinsH t Improvements thereon,
nneiptred leaie of pattoro lands aJjoioing, and
4.000 Ilcml or Cnlttc, to bo conntfd oat,
SO Ilor.tcs. CartM, Tool.
(JtcnallH, A:c. A:c.
For particalari appljr to
E. KUULL. Kaoal. r
E. HOFFSCIILAEOER A CO..
0 ' llanelola.
From nnd nfterthia date the
S5Sii-1n no war hold himielf ruporiiiblc for
anj Freight or Parcelf nt b iteamcr, nnlaaa !e
lirerctl to the Pnricr. and a receipt taken for the
lame. Anj and all Freight will be taken at regular
rotet .and ao lett j will be properlv handled, and If
br anj eareleuneii damaged or loit. will he promptly
paid for. SAJI'L O. WILDEIt,
5 3m Agent.
Salmon Direct from the Packers !
Br.ST Columbia Ilircr Salmon packing of
1871, received per ' Valklnbnre";and far tale br
BOLLES 4 CO.
To Let or Lease.
Those very Desirable Prrmlai
on the Plains, known ai ULULANI. at pre
ent ocenpied by Mr. S. B. Dole. The Dwell
ing Iloase COnSilU of a larira Parlor. Tllnin
Room, three Bed Roomi, and Pantry, two large
Store Roomion basement; there is alio on Ihe land
a CotUge eimtaining two rooms, detached Kitchen,
Serrants' Home, Stables, Ac, Ac. with a well of
good water. Alio a Cottage in Ifunano Vailej, il
applied for immediately. For farther partlenltri ap
P'jto 26 J. a. LEMO.V.
To be Let.
Tbe House Makai of Dr.
Stangcnwald's residence, Xanana Are
nac Apply at the Office of thU paper.
"Knight of the Red Cross" Tobacco.
AS .HA LI. LOT of this Due Tobacco
also other Tarictics for sale low by
BOLLES A CO.
CALIFORNIA IIA21S for aalc by
BOLLES A CO.
Ml i I K&
" THE COUMy Is'
J3I IK WATSU1I.
RKTCIMtS TIIAXK' Tar Pt Vm-rmn,
YERTtSFX n JW "ITY ltrmm nana i
Dry Goods, Groceries, Eart&BRwanj.
Ilardware, Cntlery, acfdltrr.
Glassware, Leather Ga4s,
3Pnxx-tm, OIIm, Colora. cfco.
A LAEGE VARIETY of NOTIONS,
Set hichW Is Ikta Jill !
DENIMS, TICKINGS, BROWN C0TT8NS,
SMitlMa, M1. Pit hi (TM tarMy,
Aanaiirir Rao. rrfrt. TnV W li tiaa,
EwflMta CMwffh Frwipfc Sfcrtw tiei Jkatn
Biwillna k Oram. M o4 Mmti mtm Ma.
8m aMim. wnv. gnf. mw. m a
of fariiiwJirN II. r iMajClaaK
Titmrj Cmhn i i mm4 watt ar iij 4M, ImMmi 9a
tarn wry VraM fcr tlto mmt na.
Uan DrilK Ktertma? I ) iir au
Mm Ft t. frortt ari WV 4. P afi 1 1 i Ma t
TH ftWa. Mara, mhif a lum Um T1i i ia
Brwiaa' awl othrr C CmM Cu
Mm Ortllta. it. rr4r-7. Jtln I m P nha
laf CVrrfc. ramtbrta. fllaria. fcarfkaf aaaa
nna mmt TrHpwtia. Mar m nana,
BhekCras. IViii. wJ all il n
Gents' Hats of Christy & SoTs mte.
UaW Hb aa4 Unaaria (VMna't Bala,
Maaaallyf gaa-Hnnnaw ,
iAtfaa CWMwa aal tfwiaf Saa aj mlMa
WUh Mqaa. m aa4 lVM l aitmtaa.
aar uaa raaii mn. imry wmm-mm m wmf
taaW aiaiilar aWnall
A Complete Arctic Outfit I
THAT A WHILES!! 8ft, FKHERXM REQtRS1
Mwfaa WaJawlHrta aa4 Paar Uaaa aari laa I
OwaM Haam, aail W? ' 1 mu
Han chxa Oar taai raiulb iiaraam 1.
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ftta rant. ftr m. it. rna a l
Jaaa yalrta. Taiwrtr MMf. Jara iaa um
Fkw rwa. Taniaaa aat Ala rkim. TWM
tar? la In aanavaa. nlaa fajrta. fWaakm,
Btar Ortaaalaja, ijai WJa". fay OafPa,
CaWartf4a a Oa?Va) CaVC 4Mrfc0aVa9 aPaTaHptalV bbVbbW
SUk Tatnta, Walm mttrnt Tnmttt aarfcaaa
Uaaa Sata. lan
Vfea'aJa, CMJvfeVtia1 a9al
EaibroMma' au to. ij kaaa.
A Pine Selection for Leap Tear!
Tbt Cnvw aad fiu
prtaca f Wafcw faa, MM )
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iha aad CUa aa. 111 II 1W
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larK all. (aarr iik. rtliaaila
(HUH of all aftala. 4na 4 all la la. laaa aiiiia
riaa wimclmmm taraar rmm aaa yaawv
Tarkrjr taaiark-. trlpnl mm pill tk 4r8kx
Cvlt'io, liort, and (h-tiT va9 tomm. aaWaaaaHaaa,
VERY CHOICE GROCERIES !
Pt1 frott, mrl.l. mlHr Ht mmm. ulii t.
rMrT atwl ft wi. wt- umm. lutra
Fpa.! 9-.lt. rr-md mfwmi ftm
Uri aiHiMMip wmnm
Ctitl V ifpr. I f aarrtn
thntnoy Mmt. liiwl mmm.
HE-THINKS ENOUGH SATJOS I
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I antftr l a mm mwq
Lara aaa iia ill nalilll aa4
ai. and otaar 4rwl kMka. airkfcal caakam
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p.nnlara, 4M4 aaac. kaaa. I
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btk.rr .4 Haalb7 mmm raaair. aka. na kkaaaat
I am bMraiM. aaaaark tal ml, awkaaiaaa laafaaa,
I mil fimm ri m7r9- aaraFnla, mu aaapaaaa.
A jtrnx arlT nf a mmm aV t laaaaaa mmm aa a aflaar
OTHER SUCH LIKE SWEET THISES1
ItntMia MtB, U1M
erritfc Is aMrvJ'W. mmrkwfl mim-x. tfmh bMPVtM
r rw iim raIWl aaril.r njt .tt)u liw aMtjsr, MMb
THE LATEST COLUMBIA RIVER SALMGfl
Yi'llfalilre Oivcar, Sardlnrn In tlrtv.
Chocolate. Coalrciloavrjr. Jcc.
BASS' ALE, Pints I Qeam,
Btro.rtt a tmtemr.
THE FINEST TO BE 03T1MEB Kt THS BSMEII
Bwdajr A IVkia'a hatu arraaa. a mmmt ag aawaia
a4 ary aaHaka. mr mmrmnns i.
J, Ml ll A .tla, faata mmt aail.
fiaf Uraawa Ata a pmm mmm mm na.
CIlAJIPABJtB, biu mmt faa,
CUAKBT, aaj, Hi ,M um.
THE WINES & BEERS
Sold by the OrlinMl I'acka;r i
JTaTkaMaraRaM ar Um a waaaaasy aa laaata Sank
afaa tsaas aw., ant kaai aaaaaara atrfc.
Xaatatk saaa. ;ilo a4eaartaa. ban Waiawat east
CaaUta Sea. Bm Kakau Caaataa, am.
THE PURE UNADULTERATED ARTICLE'
rtmnt tin u itmrui t n ihr vtflrnrlL
Mr. TrWrt -rUriH tlMt hm wnmld nXttsw mm mm
Cases Downer's Best Kerosene
HalkaeVa VmmUi ,M I. aaajal aVaaai mmm eaaka.
TTMta Hmt. mmm ika tmrnm, aaaaa mmmmm. aaea aaau
B4 Laai, Iwrnn re, ymrnrnw ittmrn. laaaakiMft.
nar Fari, rml. mmmt mrmnm. tmmm !
UW aa Ommat m atin ai kklai .mtm
Pi allaa, aaaaaaa MaaMa aaw 3mw mmm
Xflrm lap. tk nmtf 'mmt ut ska aiMkii. a
niteal. MfeaaMHI eaea eacsnaaaai I
Baal Cbim taa Mla, ataaw mm mmt ttnXi sial,
Musical Iostroments, Teys, &e.
W P'WljB'i'li, SawsaW VMfsa'Va lawBM
i HttaatkteyaW at! Maea, upt
mi Saaara. flu aklaW. ta?. I a
JmtM. rtmrnm i
PailaL tW ml avll fcaiaajaa Amttmm. I
6U.mM Inm tliiWfvt torn iH-iift
Door iMkl. caatt Inrka. laraafallaa, atailili.
glalnaalM. aadfcrl.. ra IIMIt aHaaaa.
Trjlaj Haaaa. era-as a. JM aWaaaajajaBM
fall Katm. akaa katna. I
7arrw'a Kalvaa. ovkcrra
Galf aahai kawkaw. m. saat 1
Ball Sefaat. aan enaa. rat Ma'
U&a ?rs. wanaa trasa aaat a
Doable and Single Ham
Twin, flak Mm as teats, awns akHaJaaarv
3ealeaa srars, taraad aara, laai aaau kaaw
Taaaea Axea, r4 a4 wVtta tawa, aawsaanaiat.
Ilaa rVU Craas a m gmMmmm. J sat saw sn fm
T.s Kelllaa, ataflaflirs. arin aa4 law aw a
1M.U. aaaa Mfia, alalia, Wnl mmwmm. ataVra. ktaakaaa
Oalaaaswl arrkn. Blil llii. aaaar mmml mrmrn aiaanra.
Iraa Galea, aea traeka, sraw taaaa aaata aw mmmpt
aftaAf'w1 bWsjTw 4al Aaawaw9 1x11 w'wsTwWwa SSwwJjC flaMsssafe
JOHfT THOS. WATEBHOUST.